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 *7.  ,<     i.'   i .*  ���������So  /:  ftt  A. Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  r ._���������$* ���������*>���������** *t  NOV 18 1312  '->������i* f.  ijgSftiAi*:  Tins News, Twentieth Year!  CUMBERLAND. B. CM   WEDNESDAY,  NOV.. 13, :9i2  SUBSCRIlvriON $I.OO A YUf.lt.  * va^kTJarrsnmmtiat  f$ attyg^**am^it{a4a*>a^*ktt*^ gW  i  lfi  Canada, every weight and size at  rices.  The Gold Weather is  Here,  and vvery boy and girl needs some-  " Jhintr  warm   fur  wear.    We  have  Iho largest assortment shown in this  vicinitv, of  a   *  Sweaters in Roe Woo! and Cashmere  ery color, style and size from 75c to $2.50  . . ������������������i!BY  from the  bast knitting"factory in  .da, every weigh!  Tho    liiglit    P  MEM'S  Yvann, dry    feet  means  health,  and  ymi can   have it,' by buying '  c-onie of our lines���������wo have every  weight  ������t   closest  prices.     See    ..  our Ami-Rheumatic Soc-ks, extra  . weight of specially prepared wool  STANPIELD'S. ��������� Underwear  i.i all tin.' different wci rhts & sizes  absolutely  unshrinkable-   aud   of "  tbe  liest wearing quality.  See car lines of Famous Amherst Shoes  u SIMON LEISER-& CO., LD.  \\$^m������l$~$mmm1*^^ ���������^M-^^^^^^^^^t^^iW  ���������'OURTEBAY  R^aEaiTKSKaiBKjj? |ev ������_B__3_a*������iW'*������_e__'-  r\, ���������aeB&miac^mtwz*] \  ImmtBmmmmCmtmmfmlSmfm 1*^7      BamrnmGU&SmtXXttZl      W^    &mmimtS^m1tm^i!m*3l!i^ml   *,  DRESS GOODS  Do not fail to inspect our new  line of Dress Goods in the following  shades���������Reds, Mines, Greens, lliowns, Plaid-*, etc. 75c to $1.50 .1 yd  SWEATER COATS  In sludes of Brown, Reds*, Gieys Khaki, I3.00 to ������6.00  FLANNELETTES  Striped Flaniaclette, extra heavy quality, 36 ins wide, rej,' a-icyd now 10'c  WOOL BLANKETS  All wool Blankets in White, Red ind Grev, $j.2j up.  SLEEPERS  Children's Fleece-lined Sleepers, size* 2, 4 and 6. 85c to $1.00  SUITS  Men's i'hiin Navy Serge Suits, all sizes, regular $[7.50 :.nd $20 now $15  SHIRTS  Men's Ne(,'lij*cc Shirts ir. stripes and polka dots, coat style,  coat style, regular Si.50 and Si.75, now $1.25  Macfartane 'Brothers  THE CO'KNE^ STORE,      TfUNSHVlR A VENUE  kXnmWi.'Uni ���������rUUIU3M^'������.������_.CTia?������r������n^U>)USSr>  Wreck Occurred-  i  Midi Felt; a Chinofo brake-man-,  war, killed, ami I}, lla/'zano, engineer, seriously injured in a  wreak which occurred on the  abort Hue between Ladytunith and  Extension shortly nt'ter'O o'clock  Sunday eveing. The engine was  ruiitiiii<������ alone at the timo oE the  accident, un ihe return from Extension, when, according "to tho  engineer, .it struck, an obstruct ion  on tho rails whon travelling at'the  rato-of thirty-lrtilesau hour, the  engine going a distance of fifty  feet after leaving 'ho. rails, then  turning completely ovor, pinning  to tho ttrouud tho Chinaman who  was riding on the coupler, killing  him instantly. Kumno had live  ribs broken and wan otherwise injured, but uot believed fatally.  A man mtnied Bulluntyiie, who  wan taking the ride do"-'n,  whs'thrown (dear oi the wreck  aud craped with   but   ''light w*  jurieii. *  . ..&   Police Court  The charge laid by' Chief Oon.  .���������Iftlrlu'StupiWiwoii, ..gainst Albert  Pickartl for loitering und vagrancy on the 7th, inst., was tried beforo jdiiflMHlrale Abranui on Wed-  ������H...(b\v��������� the Tilth, inst, and re-  t-iiltul in 11 conviction, Tlio nc-  ctiMut w***> Hucd S'u and costs or  ten days in jail, P. P. Ilnrri-  Hfjn einidncU'O um pio-n..**.--*.)-.,  ana A. Leighton, <>f Nnimiim*.  lefeiu'c, The caro will bo  The charge n^'iu-"!  rhirf Stephenson for ussault on  Albert Piekard, waa postponed J plcru|CSt  for ei^iit nay-. ���������������������������!". lia������������i������������'in The fir.-;  r.ot having time to;������o on with  jlH'C'f.e.  ITEMS.  Tin- Royal Bank of Canada has  purchased the corner lot above  tlio.Kiversido hotel from Mr. J.  McPhee. Tbo price paid was  $8,000. Just when tho new bank  is to be built is not known.  Mr. and Mrs. John Johnston,  of the Courtenay hotel, havo left  for California, where they expect  lo spend two months,  The Presbyterians of Courtenay will build a new church".'  The Canadian Collieries (Duns  mnir) Ltd., .have begun: building  the first .instalment, ' twenty-live  hou8t'6,of resideneoR, at No. S  mine-. The work of sinking .tho  new mine shaft in progressing  rapidly. It it* now down about  four hundred feet, and ���������pacBOH  through a narrow seam of coal.  The grading of the new coat rail*  way is being rushed along by  steam-I'hovelH, uttxl the lumber for  the bridge work i������ being turned  out by tho sawmill as rapidly as  possible,  While the big coal strike is  holding Kway at the aitst. coast  mines the bunkers at Taeomaaro  reaping a great harvest. During  the mouth ef October n largo fleet  of Hteanihliipfl called therefor coal  and it has been net down an the  bom month in fitc'im yenr**. A  totoVof'J3.000 ton* oP con' win*  shipped by water, valued at  $tlb,0l)O.-Kx.  Mrs, .���������. Evans, "  Passes Away  Mrs Charles Evans, daughter  of Mr, and Mrs. D. P. MaoDou-  ald, died at Craubrooke on Tuesday morning last, after a short  illness. It has been but a short  time siuee the deceased lady left  this city a bride, where she had  been a'resident, for a number of  years. The sympathy of the entire communitywill be with the  bereaved family iu this, their  timo. of sonow.  A report waa received from  Lndysmith last night to lhe effect that officials of the Colliery  Company, were circulating an  agreement among the miner*-* formerly employed at Extension .agreeing to go bach to work at ouoe,  the agreemeut being good for  two years. It. is .slated a huge  number of signatures were being  secured and it was expected tlie  mines would be opened next  \vcck.---Nanaimq,Herald, Nov. 9.  The Western Clarion has been  merged into tbe li. 0. Pcdera-  tionist. This has been done owing lo lack of financial support.  The Western Clarion has been  going behind al the rate of ovei  one hundred dollars per mouth  for nearly eight years. Editor  Kingsloy elates, that he has had  to mako good the deficit.  tho  (\ppiide-  ���������HI  "������������������-���������������������������#>- ������������������-*  ������������������Peie'' Anderson js last bccoin  m   expert   moving   picture  operator.    The City Hall Picture  Show continues   to   draw   good  botist-a und is showing excellent  ,nv,* ef tlu* s-a.-oti f������-ll  on Saturday nipljt. It was bat  slight and   -oon   di .'appeared.--! -ipait:nenl,: -.'������-*>.-'.* the  More  Annual  Meeting  The annual meeting of Ihe  Comox Agricultural and IndtiH  trial Association y^ill be held in  the Agricultural Hall, Courtenay,  on Thursday, Nov. 2ist, at 8.30  o'clock sharp, for the purpose of  hearing the annual report and  the election of officers.  It-is reported.,that the proviu-  ntixl gayonimcut will, appoint J,  H. Hawlhornthwaite as chair-  mail of a commission to inquire  into labor conditions. If tliis  should prove true, it is to he  hoped that the enquiry will  prove something more than a  more formality and the drawing  of government pay; wc must  confess that we, are sceptical  in regard to eommisPions. It is  sometimes au easy way out of a  diffuuliy.  Mines Operating  The Canadian Collieries at  Cumberland are now operating at  one-third of the maximum ca  nacitv, and about 700'or BOO tons  daily are being raised, as againt-t  tii e~ii orinal_ou t p"n t~of" soImT5}, C������00  tons prior to"' the strike. The  'Exten'sibi'f niine>-rare'"ytill 'closed;  aud will be till there are enough  men signing up to warrant the  opening of the mines. The com  pany is making no attempt to dc  moro than fill domestic orders at  present, and the bunkering trade  at Union' Pay wil! not be resumed  till the mines are '-'reorganized' in  their maximum capacity, or nearly so, The inen are gradually *o-  tuniing to work at Cumberland,  where the Ptriko originated, and  more slowly at Ladysmitb,, the  company have leccivcd a fair  amount of .support for tho * usual  agreement has been re-signed.  Ofiicials of the Canadian Collieries assert that if tho United Mine  Workers of-America had been or  ganged in Nanaimo no they an'  in Ladysmith, tlio Western Fuel  and Pacific Const mine-:, there  would have no-en the Bruno indus  trial disturbance. The situation,  however, in that most ot the men  -<_������-  If you want move water than  is coming down at prefiont, go  jump into the bike.  Salurkay will be pay-day, but  not like our former pay-day-..  WKBHHa-EaSSil.^  figure through sufficient  help being forthcoming to maintain  tho  operations  and   to   wan ant   tho  company   in accepting   contracts.  The coal situation, it is  declared,  will be easier ' from   the   present  timo ou Vancouver Island.    Tie  61 r ikeh a_s_l agte_d __sj uce_Septem ber__  1G, and would have made a great-,  er difference but for the fact that  there was a'large amount of'bunker coal in stock,   the   supply of  which has of course been depleted  in the interim   of   the   Ltrike.���������  Victoria Times.  Capt, Stromgren, for a mun -  ber of years captain of the fer  ry which transfers miners to and  from Protection, died at 'Victoria  on Saturday last. He came io  Bluish Columbia 21 years ago.  ������������������<������-  Of  over    150,000   emigrants  irom the United vStates to Can  ada t.wo-,tliirdswere   uaturaliaed  Americans,  ,   ���������m���������.,,!    . n���������   The ellecls of the strike have  reached the   public  school, alsa  some of the  lodges, so it is ro  ported -  "Wilson Dunn is   confined   to  his home with a severe cold.  Miss 0, MacDonald   and Mr.  JohnC Brown, sister and brother-  are acting under two -year  agreements which thoy could not break, j in-law   of the late Airs. IJvans  Ui-s anticipated ilio work ut   the.have left for Craubrooke.  Cumberland mines will bo dove  oped ttfl the men return,   but   the  Cont mots for clearing land can  jompauy declines to coinmouco at be arranged by applying to S������������������-  Kxtenidon till there is u prospect j uel II. Miller, contractor, Cum-  of reopening  at   ������i   remunenitivei berland, B, C.  PEOSPEOTOES,   MINEES'   AND  LOGGrEES' SUPPLIES  :i;.;b   n-  Ji.iiH.ii iil } Cv'i  il'C  'uussadorat Washington, has resigned, nnd will  return to Hug-  laiul to devote hi* time to   literature.  The last of the old-time v<rau  dnn dissappcared from ('umber-  land, when the Cumberland ho'el  ver.tnda wur, f:,\k<"t\ down  n  fr-j  day*? ngo.  Mj, A. II.  I'c-.icy  nnd  la'nuly  ,-tie now reading   iu   very   ni������-e  Men's High Top Waterproof Boots  TV-* A*.-,-'''fiM ���������*> Tr'-Vit- VVIprrr Hnftt^ with fxtiix  htavv soles, mnde ������>f Oil Tan nml Ciuinu Calf, nay  Matkinaw Shirts arui Coals etc  be'ai br-T.il-iii..il  id inch ii|).  ,v.itt!">������f <i" Ix-ct niMk,   S.  Men's Wiilcrprcof Shifts  Thi-i   iiotcii  Ilii;  llnrn, Union-Made   Shirt  *��������������� "  f.p'rt-i illy "���������m tip for iiii'n v.lio drive ni'.lsi'lc <vnik   ti������<h*  .ind i'i i!k- \ft?,t wrmiii;; -hia (.;Ltain,il-!p,  See our   stock   uf   Mt-n's   lllack   Mackinaw  f,Shin?   and   Coats,   luavy Khaki  Shirs   ;*u<l   r'anli,  <( (,Cnr������hirrty  Pants,   I'-luu Klann-'l   I'.liiit*.    1.11-I  Olovci,  ' if heavy Wiiisteil   llim*.',   TI���������,������:*���������*������> wo! stand lots oi >������.Mr  ij;mil HM tl*<* Uiti'l for the -itil-i-lr ������������*.������ti  I   A large slocR or Oil Clothing,  Gum  Boots etc.,   always on  iharsd.  CAMPBELL   BROS. THE ISTEWSv CIBTBEIILANT), >J. a
are entirely"different- from
others both in their composition snd their effect���complete,
evacuation -without purging or
-25c. a box at your druggist's.
~ Author at
"Dun and Another," "A Tanatta
Web,"   "iin if All��wi Dmt-
ln��," etc., rto.
Lender*, Mtlkcarn* aits   Toronto.
True there was the clue ot which
Hetty Dysou had told him, but after
all the clue might be useless���considering Soames' present mental con-
dilion, certainly would be useless.,
And as tor his part in the affair, he
had no right to divulge Soames' secret-told to him professionally. Whatever else happened, it was <*uite unlikely th-ti Hernesley would suffer
tho extreme penalty of the law, for
no jury in the world would be likely
to bring in a more serious verdict
than manslaughter, and it was really
more than likely that in any case Sir
Miles would be acquitted. And then
lie would only have had to endure a
little discomfort and*di stress of mind
before freedom was restored to him.
K the discomfort and distress accelerated the course of the insidious disease from which he suffered, well,
it was unfortunate, but also unavoidable. The end -would be hastened
by a fev,' weeks or months, and the
end���was���inevitable���  .*
Inevitable? He had made a. detour and was walking''across St.
James' Park, when that word struck
into his thoughts, and gave him
pause. The sunlit water, the cliat-
Tc-ring waler fowl,-the tree stirred by
the summer air, faded from his sight;
he was bade again in the ward at
St. Hugh's, beside the bedside of
IDrummond's patient. And into his
mind there flashed again the sudden
inspiration Which had flashed into it
whilst he examined the case that had
baffled his colleagues. All hia'-re-
truth, had come to a head during that
moment's inspiration; and he knew
that a now item had been added to
the sum cf human knowledge.
Miles  Hen-esley's  end���inevitable?
of Dorothy, and  the passion for her
which he he had allowed to leap its
bounds and become unrestrained. All
these   things   he   had     temporarily
swept aside   in   the? excitement   of
scientific   research.;..   So   absorbed
was he, that the'^i-ance of his landlady Avith letters paSsed unheeded, and
.ori^rhe sharp ringing   of .the   telephone bell aroused him from his profound meditations.      The   interruption brought an impatient exclamation
to his lips and it .was   in    no   very,
amiable mood that he took down the
receiver, nor were the tones very.ingratiating in which he said:
Hullo! What is it? ,      ,"'
It's I���Tomlinson, came the prompt
reply, and signs of agitation were audible in the   speaker's   voice.      Look
here, Dynecourt,. 1   don't   altogether
fancy this'  limey of yours.   Who on
earth is he?   ��� He's been talking in a
way to curdle the blood of the very
Dynecourt swallowed down an oath,
but the tone ih which he answered
was churned with-impatience.    \
The mnn is mad. 1 brought him
to you becauso. he is mad, and you
profess tn look aftor lunatics, pending their being certified as such,. Can't
you 'manage a madman for a few
Yes, yes, of course. But this man
says things that 1 don't like.
Most madmen do. Have you rung
me up for confounded Tolly of this
sort? 1 run doing a most important
piece of work, and 1 left. Soames with
you for a bit, feeling sure he'd be all
right in your hands. If he gives
trouble, ind "talks wildly, surely������
ho paused, "then-"added; .quickly,' and
in lower tones, surely you know how-
to keep; him��� quiet.
Silence for a- moment, then ihe
voice at. the other ond replied���
Of course 1 can keep the chap quiet.';
But���I tell you frankly, Dynecourt, 1
don't like.the job. 1 wish you'd
come down this evening and see your
patient; and hear the sort of things \"^-z-
lie's''saying. The sooner you remove
him from my care, the better I shall
be pleased.
All right���all right, Dynecourt answered impatiently. I'll come down
as soon as 1 can. Meanwhile keep
the man quiet, and don't worry about
the things.he says. They are only
the wanderings of a diseased mind.'
Hastily hanging up (lie receiver, lest
Tomlinson should grow* more insistent
he sat; down at his table, but the
thread of his thoughts was snapped,
he could no longer collect his ideas
or try to shape them. Instead of tho
patient he had lately seen in the
hospital, Soames' face danced before
him, Soames' mad eyes, as they had
glared at him through the long night,
hours, seemed to "'watch him from
every corner of the room.
Confound that fellow, he. exclaimed
irritably, pushing back his chair and
pacing the room, as though the mere
bodily exercise would help to calm
his fretted nerves. He would, he
knew, find no "difficulty in certifying
the lawyer as insane, and putting him
into safe custody: but sane, or insane.
An eminent scientist, the other day,
gave his opinion that the most wonderful discovery of recent years was
the discovery of % Zam-Buk. Just
think! As soon as Y single thin layer of Zam-Buk is applied to a wound
or a sore, such injury is insured
against, blood poison! Not one species of microbe has been found that
Zam-Buk does not kill!
Then again. As soon as Zam-Buk
is applied to a sore, or a cut, or to
skin dbeaso, it stops the smarting.
That is why children are such friends
of Zam-Buk. They care nothing for
the science of the" thing. All they
know is that Zam-Buk stops their pain.
Mothers should never forget this.
Again. As soon as Zam-Buk is applied to a wound or to a diseased
part, the cells beneath the skin's surface are so stimulated that�� new
healthy tissue is quickly formed.
This forming of fresh healthy tissue
from below is Zam-Buk's secret, of
healing. The tissue thus formed is
worked up to-the surface and literary
casts off tiie diseased tissue above
it. This is why Zam-Buk cures, are
Only the other duy Mr. Marsh, of
101 Dclorlmier Ave., Montreal, -called
upon ihe Zam-Buk Co., and (old them
that for over twenty-five, years lie
had been a martyr to ecaina. His
hands were at one lime so covered
with sores that he had to sleep in
gloves. Four years ago Zam-Buk
was introduced to him and in a few
months it cured him. To-day���over
three years after his. cure of a-disease he had for. twenty^live years���he
is still, cured, and has had no trace of
any return of the eezma!
Air druggists sell,, Zam-Buk at r>0e.
box, or we will send free trial box
if you send this advertisement and a
Ic. stamp (to pay return postage').
Address Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto. ,,
;   Any man addicted to the drink habit can  banish  his craving   for
alcoholic stimulants forever.
The Drink Habit Can Be Cured
No    Hypodermic    Injections.     No bad after effects. Completely removes all traces of alcohol from  the   system
Write   us  today  for full information.
The only Baking Powder
made'in Canada that has
all its ingredients plainly
printed on the label.
For economy we recommend the one pound cans.
DyneconrV with his, text books
spread before him, and a noto book
propped against the ink Bland, sat
pondering deeply over tho new and
amazing discovery ho had made, lu
the remold corner of his mind there
had always been a faint glimmering
of the possibility that now seemed on
the verge of becoming a certainty.
His gropingB had led him aa it were
1o Ihe theshold of the door, but the
portals had hitherto remained fast
closed. Had the time come at. last
when they would roll hack, and give
him that for which his soul yoarnod,
his opportunity, tho opportunity of
it ho plone-.T. Ills brows were drawn
together in profound thought; with
the ruthlessness of a strong and determined man, ho had crushed down
all thoso untimely stlrrlngH of con-
Rcionce, lio had thrust asldo ovcry
thought of the Mnnsmere murder, of
Sonnies the lawyer, whoso raving-*
hnd mado the past night hldcoiiH, even
Eczema Always
Burning and Itching
Mr. N.
Utecl Box of Culicura Ointment and
It Completely Disappeared.
" T ho w JiiftVrol from M**i*ma for two ynu,
Mr- troubio bcfftn on one arm wlifrMhero
appeared b led Hp'-I of ubont a five-cent al.ii-,
and It always tvl-lnn-vl, all tlio tlmo Itchln-**
nml liuirilni.. Tho firm <J��vh I didn't fare,
hut Dfclrnr Hint It ruIiwI In tht; I tilo-i
������ Ointment ami Ointment, lml both
wlllioiit w'r-r-'-M, It wan always liiirnin/r and
lulling, Having men In tlii nc-Mipaptr the
ailveiiteemiint of tlm Ciiticiira Itr-medion, T
IIICU  tt   I'lliC,   *U<!   ��-.<.;.._,   iti.X   H   >UI'l<UVl*(l,
1 IwifM a hnt of (hi- f'titlfi-ra. 0!nlrn-*nt.
Alter having imed oue hot, my ciwmi com-
ii'iti-ly dl*iippeai��'J. The Ciiticur* Oliiliw-nl
ahoiiliJ be kept in ewy ho-fie." (Hljrncd)
X.Oltigiiy, Usrl-iTill*), Que.Jan. H, Hill,
1     ^*M*(intlAM    l\f "&.. if. f.f,f.r
T-'or more than a feneration fntlrura Pnap
ami Cull-iiw Ointment lism nffnrdril tlm
���Verdieat and won' w-momie-d 11r-r.iinr-nt for
iu'iini, bur-floe, Italy ami llmlUm akin and
������nip minion, nf ���our-*: and old. A i-lngle
Mt li oftrn tuBh-ltr-i, r-nld hy ilmrgMn
and *le��lej�� aw,v**h<re. 1 or a liberal (-ample
���I i.utinii* hoap ani t-niimnit, [.i-'i-lifn
*IOi *12-p. book on akin rruptloni, a<nd to
1'nttr-r l'fiir * fhnn. f'niri., inlr- prop.*?., 04
CdUiiBtum Avf��� ltottop. U. H. A.
'   ���       w,1j.1J. sic
"wlrat Soames"
would say or do, or whether at any
moment he might implicate Dynecourt himself, in his own downfall.
To assign madness for the lawyer's
strange utterances would, be easy
enough, but how long would he remain mad? . And would any astute
person discover that there was in
his madness a very large proportion
of method. ''
Confound that map, Dynecourt muttered again, still walking quickly up
and down his room, and only pausing
finally when, on a small table hy the
door, he caught sight of the pile of
letters deposited there by hia landlady half an hour earlier. He picked
them up, and glanced. carelessly at
their superscriptions, drawing ln his
breath sharply when at. the bottom of
the pile he saw- an envelope addressed
in a familiar handwriting. The sight
of Dorothy's firmly formed letters
made his pulses leap, he lore open the
onvolopo with a sudden hope"that she
might be writing lo him as she had
written in the old days, when they
wero lovers. Tn his heart, ho knew
-i.-he hopo to be futile and absurd and
yet at* he drew* the letter from Its
covering his pulses still throbbed.
Dear Oliver, so the words ran, you
will have heard that tho Inquest Is'
adjourned until next Monday. Mr.
Uovan and his fiancee, MIhh Dyson,
have found what they hope will be
vn.limbic evlde.nce. Thoy tell me If
Is a memorandum which seems to
show that Mr. Soanios, the Bollcltor,
hnd somo special dealings With poor
young Trltlon. I think you know
Mr, Soames. If no, nnd if you have
tiny Influence with lilm, enn you use
thut Influence to implore him to do
everything in his power to clear up
(he mystery, and above all, the clour
Mik'H? All this droudful buslneBH Ih
lolling upon hltn, nnd I cannot boor
lo think thai Uiese Inst, mouths of
hln llfo lmvo been clouded ln Huch an
awful way, I'Iouho holp me, for onr
old  frl'Miilshlp'H sake.
(To be Continued)
Tin* Hitiidy hiilrcil ill tie mini was
���liiile it Joker.
He mild In the' hoy a In the lobby
the oilier night: I've got the bchl
fdory you ever heard on tho male ��uf-
frugottcH.     It's n Horeiim.
lio nhend nnd toll It, IMnkey, wild
one of tlm lisionerH.
All rig it, the mnuly haired man vo
nponded; then ho chuckled nnd look-
ed iiroiiiiil. Maybe I'd belter mile
lirst. If there's miy iiiiiln KiitTrngOtU*
In tho putty,
A bli* mini with thlH* *-h-*iii1dor*-i n
heavy lower jaw nnd large,   Itnollid
'lOiHI.N,    llvll. U-H    it    1H.I.II-    I ill..! I.
I'm ono of Yin, ho j-uld, Ll-IY;
heni' the Mot-v.
Jhif jum, nl that moment IMnkey
funded he saw n friend ovev nnir
thi* big dooi'K und hurried stwnv.
Arid ilir- lu-reuin remntii.s untold.
The Lighthouse on Bird Rocks
The life of the-> lighthouse keeper
is a dreary and monotonous one. There
are among the-many stations along
the Canadian Atlantic seaboard a
number of isolated and barren places
on which it is necessary to maintain
lighthouses for the guidance of the
mariner. One of them is Bird Hocks,
situate about ten miles from Magdalen Island in the-Gulf of St. Lawrence. The rock is 140 feet above
sea level, of solid red slate and does
not possess-'enough soil to grow a
peck of potatoes. It is the.'haunt
of innumerable sea birds and the home
of the light-keeper. To reach the
top of the rock one has to climb ; a
perpendicular ladder 130 feet" In
length.   -   '-'V-:'       '.. ' ��� ���  '
"During the month of March last
the Halifax steamer Seal, then hunting for seals, observed the flag at the
light station half-mast. Captain Far-
quhar forced .the vessel through the
hoary ice to the barricade of ice
which was between 'forty and fifty
feet high, and on climbing, the ladder
,fourid__the inhaMtants_=one__vvoman,,
one young man and a little girl���in
deep distress, . The lightkeeper's
body was in an outhouse. He;was
drowned two days previously while
duck shooting. The Seal took the
body to Magdalen Islands for burial
and the widow took up the duties, of
tending the ight. "
Mis. Bourque is not likely to Sj^e
another visitor's face until the government steamer arrives there during
the summer with the regular supplies.
Hers is a weary vigil, a lonesomeiiie.
A Promoter of Peace   ,
Teacher���Johnny, what.is the name
of the city Where peace is. promoted?
Johnny���Reno, ma'am.
405 Broadway, Winnipeg
2244 Smith St., Regina 820 Thirteenth Ave., W., Calgary
A Sad Thought
I think, said the astronomer, that.
I have discovered, ii new canal oir
Mars. -   ���������       ���. ��� ��� - ���':      ������'..���':
Is that so? replied the New Orleans
man, absent-mindedly. I wonder
what town's going to get the celebra-.
tion?' .
Beware "of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
u mercury will surely destroy the tense ot nmell
au-i completely derange tbe -whole lyitem when
;entsrln-? It thrctish the inncoui surtace-i. Such
��rllcb3 thould never be used except on prwtrip-
tlone j-om reputable phyilclans, an the damage lliey
will do U ten fold to tho Rood yon can possibly derive trom them. Hall'a Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by 1?. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.. contains no mer-
;ury. fviid Is taken Internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucoue surfaces of the system. In
buying .Hall'a Catarrh Cure be euro you eet thi
senulne. It It taiien Internally and usade In Toledo,
Ohio, by F. .1. Cheney A Co.  Testl-nonlala tree.
Bold by Druse:.:'.!!.   I'rlcp, "Sc. per bottlft,
__'l>ke jjajri FamUy Pllla ror-wn*iUg_______./
Phrenologist���Dear me, your bump
of destructiveness is very large. Arc
you a soldier?
Customer-���No,   I'm   a   chauffeur!
Necessary to  Go
Yes, 1 really must go tomorrow.
You cnn just as well stay till Monday. ,
But the folks are expecting me,
Telegraph them that you're going
to stay.
I'm sorry, but if I slay I'm'-liable
to lose $1,000 on that deal 1 told you
Oh, pshaw, the deal can wait n few
My manager has written me that
my business needs my attention.
Yes, but ho is only afraid to assume
a little responsibility, The business
will be all right.
Thero Is an Important meeting of
the directors that I really must attend.
Oh, they'll get along all right without you.
You know how much I'd llko stay,
but tho fnct is my railroad tlclwl runs
out tomorrow.
Well, In that case, I suppose you
will have to go, Uo sure and come
up to hoc us again in a month or two,
The Other View
William M. Ohiifjn at Ihe recent snlo
of his picture'' In New York, said to a
Yes, these am all good things -
things collected with great oTiro. You
can't 'comment on them ub the teacher once commented on the pupil's
drawing, 1 draw whnt J "see, the pupil mild (-ompliicontly, 'Well, tho
iihoelc will come, the Ioitchcr unHworal,
'when you ��ee whnt yohjlmv-'o drawn.
 ���mmJJfcfjm-r._       ���
Hold ye' head high when you uU'Cl
Thoulile nu' let him puss on, cornphiliv
In' dat you is loo proud to rcceriilxo
It is in Demand!���So great is the
demand for Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil
that a large factory is kept continually busy making and bottling it. To
be in demand shows popular appreciation of this, preparation, whln'i
stands at the head ��of. proprietary
compounds as the leading Oil in the
market, and it is generally admitted
that it is deserving of, the lead.
Mental Treatment
The cyclist who's just come in wants
uew-lald eggs with his tea. Cackle u
Wt while 1 run over to tho store,
Mlnard't Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
Complete Reform
My wife married mo to reform me.
Did she succeed?
Yes, thoroughly. ] wouldn't marry again If 1 lived to bo as did as Methuselah!
Only the uninformed onduro the
agony of corns. Tho knowing ones
apply Hollowo.y'8 Corn Cure nnd get
Corporal Mechanics
The molor-'biiH snorted Hlowly nlong
iho Kirci't, gave three loud groans, nnd
ktopped wllh a Jerk rlKht opposite the
The driver got off, hurriedly dived
henen th the bonnet, und then, throwing hliHHelf tin the ground, cinivled
Still With Us
A member of the firm that published the original edition of 'Undo Tom's
Cabin' has jiiHt died. But the girl
who played Little Eve when the story
wns first staged' Ih bIIII playing the
1 can't vndei'Bttuid why you wish to
lavish your affection on a dog. Why
don't, you r.dopt u child.
Oh, I should be afraid to boconio
fond of iv child. If It should die.
ono couldn't have it stuffed und put
1n ii corner cf the library, you know.
TheOld Reliable
Horse Remedy
of farmers'
nnd horbem'*n'
have saved money'
by ti ii I n g  Ken
*������'���*���-""������"��� ���*;   '���"���*��� ! for Rnsrlns, Curb, Itinf,boi>f-,!Jijliit*i, Bony  I
AfLu*  ii   vhtli'  he enmr. out   ti.'-.iln,   ^^aaJ)*Ui..itin-UUmMliany'i,\tirT
nnd, with n conlldent fiinlle, attempted   e_u��M, Thene men Itimw thnt Kendall's
to reKtiirt, the engine,
engine wouldn't go,
Then he glared at  the nlloiil  ma-
,*nlne und t'cmtehed his bend, nnd IiIh
Irate IViher-l'm getting tired of
th'n noni'Pime, You've licen ctigngcd
to ihat >otnig mnn for six moMh*-.
Dot's he ever Ititeml to mniry >���?���''���
Dinirhrcr���Yfiii nniHt have p-iMenee,
papa.     Jtciiicnibcr, he's nn actor.
lnu** l-'afhcr���What htm thnt to do
wiih ii.'i
DitnjiiUf r -Why, he's fond of long
with litini-elf.
A cubby HlKully took IiIb whip out
of the socket, nnd, croHnIng to the in-
fiirlutcd mnu, held It nut to him.
'Iho y'ure, inute! ho nuld, with n
gbot-l of ���! smile,     'It 'lm!
Hut no, the  f�� a money s��ver and ��� horso Haver,   Wt
! can prove It by Uioutaudt of
Orattrul Ullert Frsw Users
I IfAVrillAU, U.Mie., f)t<\ ijUi, 1911.
vtacref KmJtlliBimviit Cure. I mutt uy
that I alw��y�� Ind (he lieM MtUfartion from
Hi tue, snd tea* rtconimt-nur-l it to toy
homeowuer." JOBltril l-PUND.
An Exchange of Troubles
.Tonr-t  hns   found  a  cun*   Cot
Kh! What'*- thut?
He's bought 4 tuoti)ib"at.
TlliUart I.AlC-t, UAH. UlC, 34th, !<*!(���
"[ bave ti��e-��l KtndAll'i tip*vm Curre fir
>S*ejrt��ri. 1 IiimI it ��� diik <uie for Kpivlai."
>iic�� ft per V*uit-t .icnttta *��,���,. Auk.
druri-'t fer frie book "TirillK un the
Hone" or wi lie toti*. 73
Or, B. J. KenJslI C*m|uiay
BamWi VaSa, Varaaant, U. S. A.
More About
The Loading Platform
The present go.*ter**.tioti of Western furmer-i will never know the.
difficulties and v-jcathns experienced by their predecessors ln th��
earlier years when no one could get a carload of grain shipped ln
bulk except ly ioiding it through an elevator. The system forced
the majority of farmers to sell their grain to the elevator owners
at arbitrary i-ric-s, and oft, times.to submit to heavy dockage and
other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction. Now however
the distribution 0: ,-ivs as fixed by the Grain Act, and the use ot tho
loading platform, provide facilities whlcn enable the farmer to secure
satisfactory treatment in the disposal of his grain, and the- highest
���market prices at time of salo. Every farmer therefore, should moro
and more ev.deavor to use the loading ph.ttorm ln shipping his grain
to the terminal elevators. It Is the% safeguard of the farmers' freedom in disposing ef his grain to the best advantage for himself. If
farmers refrain from using the loading platform freely, it might result In its being done away with, because railway companies and
elevator owners ara strongly opposed to li. It is easy to under'
stand why elevator people desire the loading platform abolished.
The railway 'eople on their part say 1*: delays the loading of cars
and helps to cause car shortage. This we know to be nonsense,
because frequently after cars are loaded whether with grain, coal,
lumber or other moi-chandise, they are sideb-acke.". for days and even
weeks instead of being promptly moved forward to destination. It
is engine shortage and shortage ot competent tralr. men that mostly
causes grain ) loo.kades on railways and '-.ot lack of cars. Let every
farmer therefore, d-)-ali he can to use t.'.e loading platform and become an ir.df-.pe:ule-it shipper. In subsequent advertisements we
will state hr detail, the savings and oth*?r advantages of direct loading into can*  compared with loading through elevators.
advances on car bills of'lading, supervls" the grading at time cars
are inspected. se;uro the highest price j at tlmo of Bale and make
prompt returns when sold.     Write us for shipping instructions and
market information.
Thompson Sons & Company
. HaveMvNew
"I have a money-saving invention���
handy granaries, to allow field threshing over your farm, Move tbem about
each year. You pare long hauls at
harvest time. In
spring you scatter
small straw stacks,
���no burning of
Pull Urumrt
"TfaMf gruntrits com* in compact
buudl.8. A boy can let up and bolt
���a�� toftthir In t fiw hours. Four
padlocks protect the {rain. Separator
delivery into a spout on tht side or
into roof ���unhole���gam work during thrtinlng. Your mln is prottctsd
from vermin, wet and thlmi, f Sell
it whoa you are ready, loading diroct
from the crinary Into your wagon;
or bagging it.   n-J muity or heated
5rain.  {Oct my granary and bi Independent of elcTatom for telling.
Sill at the highest price, no nutter
���'Uy m-Uikal (m-aauf. ���������
lag imr. AIM ��IWmi�� imt,
it ittlr.i. 8li*wibiiw��u*f(��
jtii tr��lo, wtiM wnlif, OftMr
raltX lilt ilitwi fHot tm haud
���llinf uktlitkii
��� OlIIW,','1
how  long you store your grain.
The Pedlsr Orsnsry protects you."
������Writ* mr for my tiooUtt, ll uliown how proltitUle my
Criniry ����� cvra on h tluilr nimrler-ircllon furrti. V**
it fur 1912.   'lhe nook Ivili of Dig Monty fai You,'*
Writs for BoofiUt No.tl OSHAWA. ONT,
wmmrco oaioakt kdmohtoh
VIUmbuil SI,   Cr*Wi bltta      IM at 01,W.
IASXAT00M       IT"*
Dmwtr l*34i        mra
i&mvSrM. tm&&
Olroct your Inquiry to tho Pedlar pla c�� nearest you    Thoy will   aniwif
you promptly and   lave you tlm*
The Pedlar Granary la fimproor,    inink what that meansl
Homer, iui).'. '���:, vns o>iplnIiiInt{ Iho
mv nt n loHd per cH lo hln llllln frl -��rnl.
r hts, polntii-.r, to 'im- shurpcncil hctl,
Sr    ,\,r.    f.ri,X    ,-/ i,    i   *'*'     *<''**t      ">'lf    ���1>'\
pcIniinK to the r;iHHT r-riiHi*r, lu wiut
;ou ivriio vti'i *.!l.cii yon don't li'.to
v.htit you nf'i.
The-ic tirrlvcil rocrntly   at   l-rliice
Iluport tho InrKWt nlilpmtmt. of crc
motf-d pllcp ovor vent r.n fnr north.
these nro to he uacd for bracing the
pllpt nt lh" iir-n* ���rovrriiiiu-nt dry ���loclr
in cour��e of cotiiHtruo.tion ami made up
h total Hhlpment of ncti ly 600,000
ftel of lumber.
Tho Greater Tragedy
Tlio nihti whnni* dniiRlit--,r hml JiiRt
hfii-n mil I od  lo Iho liUHhnnd of her
r'linlf'i-i  Idrtlroil   -i   llttlr.  uiil
1 tell.you, ��(jtiii'i>, U6 Hiihl t��i ono
ot the \\r;l(liiiR j-uohtH, a mnu of his1
own nge, nnd lilmsclf the luthcr of
a minibfr of unmarried glrln. I tell
you ll Is h Holomii thliiK for uh when
our dnuKhters tnnrry ond txo away.
Tho nqufii: anut-iitcil not aUog.'lhfcr
I fi'ipptue II In, he ���conefded, hut
I tell you, it is more Holemn when
they don't, ? -THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C.
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Money returned at end of one year
or at- end of any But-sequent year, on
CO dayt,' notice if desired.
The above security is the best Industrial ever offered in Canada. Business established 27 years.
Write ��t once for particulars.
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The Central Business College, ������Toronto, with four City branch schools.
Tho Central Telegraph and Railroad
School and The Shaw Correspondence
Schooi. are now commonly known as
"Shaw's Schools.". In theso schools
a ureal work Is being done in training
youne; people for business pursuits
and for carnins flood salaries. The
animal curriculum Is Interesting und
Is mailed free on sending reuuest to
AV. 11   Shaw. President, Toronto, Ont.
FOR sunburn, wiiuibuin, cracked lips,
chaps, roughness or irritation-after
shaving, try
Witch Hazel Cream
Its creamy ingredient** soothe and soften
the outer skin, -while the Witch Hazel
penetrates and heals the deeper tissues.
Delightful after shaving or wishing;.
25c. a bottle, at your druggist's.
of Canada, Limited, 187
. On the War Path
Good- afternoon, - Johnny, said th*
nlco young lady, visitlns his motaer'a
house In the sweet cause oi charity.
Why don't you come to our Sunday
Echool? A lot of your little friends
have joined and we are going to have
a lovely party at Christuiaa.
Johnny shook his head. Then suddenly he exclaimed.
Has a boy called Johnson, v/ltb. red
hair, joined yet?
Yes dear, --aid the nice young lady,
and he seems to like it. He's such
a good little boy.
Huh, Is he? muttered Johnny, Well
if he's there, I'll come. I've been
looking for him tor three months and
never knew where to ilnd him before.
are best to buy because of quality of output
and dependability for   LONG,   HARD servi
Japan, which a few years ago exported no cotton underclothing at all, now
has practically the monopoly of the
Indian market, and has greatly encroached ou the trade ot the United
Doctor, said th1** lady patient. I suffer a groat deal with my eyes.
Everybody does, madam, replied tho
fussy old M.D.; but you would probably suffer a great deal more without them.
Book Free. A simple
Home treatment removed
lump from this lady's breast
Old sores, ulcers and
tfrowths cured. Describe
your trouble ; we will send book and testimonials.
Maypole Soap
Givei rich glowing
colon, fadeleis iu tun
or audi. Dyei cotton,
silk, wool or. mixtuiei.
Use il youucli at
hom:. No trouble-;-
no muss. 24 eolois���
will give any shade.
at your dealer's oi
poitpaid with booklet
"Mow to Dye" from
Tommy, sal-l his mother, grandmother is very ill. Can't you go In and
cheer her up?
Yes,' said Tommy, and he went into
tho sick room. But In a few moments he came out disconsolate.
Couldn't mother, he said���she seemed to get worse.
What did you say, dear? asked
Why, I asked her if she would like
soldiers at he- funeral.
He Looked III
Little Johnny was small ot stature
and looked rather pale and out of
sorts, which led his school-fellows to
tease md cross-question him.
Who'se your family doctor? asked
a big boy with a bullying and swaggering air. IX    ���
Haven't got any doctor at all, said
Johnny.     I never see one.
How jolly line, replied" the other.
You don't have to take any medicine
Oh, don't I, replied Johnny. That's
all you know about it! My father's
a dentist, my mother's a homoeopathic, my eldest sister haa joined the
ambulance class, .grandfather believes
in resuscitation from drowning, grandmother tries every patient medicine
advertised, my uucle is a veterinary
surgeon, and���and he atliled, almost
In' tears, they all practise on me!
The area of the United Kingdom Is
121,000 square miles.
*** sweet, refreshes the farmer who
builds a
Concrete Well or Tank
npHE FARMER, above all others, appreciates good water. He drink*
x more water than the city man. The city-dweller is dependent upon
the public water-supply for the purity of his water, while the farmer can
have his own private source of water, and thus be sure that it is pure
and healthful.
TV/TAN hasn't found a better drink than cool water, properly collected and stored.    But in order to
xy�� water frc^jli and pure, a tank or well casing that will keep out every possible impurity must be
IT   is absolutely  nater-tipht,   protecting'your water from see-page of all
kinds..  It cannot   rot or  crumble..-It is easily  cleaned inside.    Time
and watct, in.tead of causing it to decay, actually make it stronger.
Addren Publicity Manager
Canada  Cement  Company
TVHERE are -.cores of other uses for concrete on your firm���on every farm.  It
���*- you would like to know of them, write for our book, "Wrist the Farmer Caa
Do With Concrete."   The book is absolutely free.
("lUR Farmers' Information De-
*"^ parlmtnl wilthelpyou io decide
how io build anything, from a porch-
sh-p io a silo. The iervics is free���
.yon don't even have to promise ta
build. When in douti ask the Information Department.
"UTNENyou _fo to bay cement
besure that thia label.Is on'
every bar ami barrel. Then
you know you are getting tha
cement Ihat t h ��� farmers of
Canada have found to bs (At
According to tbe last census, there
are 147,000 foreigners in Egypt.
The total.number   of officers,
100,000. ..'  '  ���
Public education t thro'ie-bout . the
United Kingdom costs" tlie ratepayers
$100,000,000 annually.
Was too Valuable
In the soft, firelight, even the
boarding house sitting room looked
cozy and attractive. Tho warmth
and comfv-it thawed the heart of the
star boarder.
In an expansive moment he turned
lo thu landlady, who was his only
companion in the room. Clasping her
hand fondly, he murmured���
Will you be my wife?
The woman did not start or blush;,
no maidenly coyness shone from her
dear, cold eyes, as she replied thoughtfully-
Let me see. You have been here
four years. You have never once
grumbled at the food, or failed-' to pay.
iny bill promptly and without question.
No, sir, I'm sorry, but I cannot marry you. You're too good a boarder
Next Sailing   from Montreal
"Royal  Edward" October 2nd  and
October 30th
"Royal  George" October 16th nnd
November 13th
Xmas Sailing-From Halifax
"Royal   Edward"���November  27th.
"Roynl "Gftorfio"���December  1U��
Vurlhoi* li-foi'inntUn*. from nny run
or Hli'i-msl-lp iik-'iU, or tvrliu.
A. H. DAVIS, Gen. Agent,
272 Main Street Winnipeg
Reason Enough
Barber���Did your mother say I was
lo give you a close crop?
Boy���No, but 1 got a teacher who
pulls hair.
Liniment  Cures
Garget  In
���-Ts that fellow of yours evet-
get up tho courage to pro-
golug to
Belle���I guess
hour glass.
Nellie���An. hour {.lass?
Bello���Yes, the mom limo he gels
the les* sand ho 1u.h,
not.    lie's like an
A Soft Answer
John I'. Irish apoke ln California
agalnnt womnn BUlTnigo. Ono night
nfter a mooting In "Sacramento a militant Kiiffrngetto ciiinev up to him and
snld ln stern, cruel tones:
John V, Irlflh, you'ro a lowdown
liar! Tlio truth Isn't In you.
���Mndnm. Irish rejoined, is it so bad
ns that? Wouldn't you believe anything I say?
Not a thing. I wouldn't believe a
word you utter.     You can't tell tho
In thnt ea��<-, replied Irliili, permit
me to say, niudnni, tlmt ynu ure a
perfect lady.
Little *i'ohn was playing about his
father's store and a man came in
wearing an extreme pah* of pointed
shoes. John looked at the man's
feet for a second, then ran' to his
father aud said: Come quick, papa,
and seo (he man with one toe.
Brave Marmaduke
Darling! Tho young man's tones
were low and impassioned as he knelt
at the fair girl's feet and pleaded with
her. I would do anything for you, he
vowed! For you I would give up
all I have in the world; for you I
Would journey out to the ends of the
earth; for you I would even lay down,
lifo itself, aud count' myself honored!
Tho maid cast down her eyes.
- Marmaduke, she replied, in dulcet
accents, if you would do all that for
"me,- perhaps for my-'saEe you would
do one .little thing"-'more-.*
Yes, .yes, he raved, his voice thick
with love; only tell me, beloved���tell
me your command, and I will fulfill.it,
though the whole world be against
 The-maid-Jookcd_^atJ___ij__i B__etty_
straight. ,
Then would you..kindly tako your
left knee off my right foot? she said
calmly. You're kneeling on my favorite corn.
While giving my little boy, aged 3
a shampoo ono day, the water kept
dropping on his face, and he. said;
Mother's that's rain, and I replied:
Yes, dear.
lie said: Then I am your little reindeer.
Rifle and Pistol Cartridges
Winchester cartridges adapted to Winchester rifles are made so aa to get
the best possible results out of them. As the same equipment, organization and system are employed in making all Winchester cartridges, the
-naiural-consequence-iS'that-Winchestcr cartridges give ,the,best_.result3_i_n
all firearms. Winchester cartridges are made in calibers and sizes for all
rifles, revolvers and pistols. Be sure to ask for the Red VV Brand.
���*---"    ' l,.Ji^-,i^A**^'-w>'>'M��f**-ur-��iii i       iu     imii ii i afjgm
ln y.ir
tall ts
the value of pod looIcfl--of n fine complexion, n skirt free from blcminhea,
bright eyes nnd a checrfuj demeanor,
Many of them know, also, wluit it menus
to he free from headaches, backaches,
lassitude and extreme nervousness,
because many hnve learned the value of
The transition from winter's cold
to sumtnor's heat frequently puts a
strain upon tho system that pro-
ducoH internal compllontloiiB, always
painful and often sorloim. A common
form of disorder ia dysentery, to
which many are prone Iii tho spring
and Bummer. - Tho vory boat modi-
clno to uso In subduing this, painful
nllmont is Div J. D. Kollogg's Dyson-
lory Cordial. It ia a standard remedy, sold everywhere,
Yes/said, the Rmiill boy to the reporter, who was looking for bowo
nowa to put lit his papnr, mother fell
downstairs nnd broke threo legs,
' Pshaw! What aro you giving me,
youngster? orlod llio reporter. Don't
ba too funny, Your mother hasn't
got three legs.
... I d|dn't Huy Mio luul, retorted llio
wicked boy. Tlio lop bolmiged to
n table'which mother full iignltiHt. She
wasn't hurt nt nil.     ,
Jacques���liy dear sir. here
barracks wo nave tho tallest
over seen.
.Teems���Tbe tallest? Uow
Jacques���Six feet, nine Inches.
.Teems���Six feet nine inches? That
is nothing, In our barracks wo
have a sargennt who Is so lull that ho
Is compelled to kneel when ho wnnls
to ucratci. his head!
Woman  is  considered tho  weaker
vessel, sho romarkod, and yet-
Well? ho queried, iih Bhe hesitated.
And yet, sho   continued,   mnu   Is
oftener broke,
A fat Kronen lady despairingly
says: I am so fat tlmt I( pray for a
disappointment, to make rim thin, but.
no sooner doon iho disappointment
como Hum Iho joy nt tho prospect of
thin  makes  mo  fatter  thnn
Uc-���Huh, it reminds me of a popular theatre!
She  -Whut do you mean?
I!c--StniuliuB room only,
At first sign's nf illness during the
hot weather, givo tho , littlo ones
Baby's Own Tablets, or In a few
hours he may be beyond cure. Theso
Tablets will prevent summer complaints if giveu occasionally to the
well child and will promptly curo
these troubles IC they come on suddenly. Baby's Own Tablets should always be kept in every home where
there aro young children. There Is
no other medicino so good nnd the
mother has (lie guarantee ot a government analyst that they aro absolutely Eitfe. Mrs. ('has. Lnplcrro,
Los Boiilcs, Que., suyu:��� "Baby's Own
Tablets are the best medicine u mother can give her little ones and T always keep them In tho house." Thn
Tablets are sold by medicine doalors
or bv mall'at 25���cents a box from The
Dr. Williams' Medicine (Jo,, Brock-
���vllle, Ont.
Ble League, Repartee
Tho basobair manager Inspected tho
applicant i'or a job,
Well, young man, ho asked, what
can you do?
I can do something no other pitcher orin, I'm a vent.roIau.ulHt, I can
throw my volco,
Nothing doing, my son. Tho umpire would call'a bawl on you every
time, ���
ln Practice
Husband���Your extravagance la
awful. When I die you'll probably
have to beg,
Wire���Well, I should be better off
than somo poor womeu who never
had any practice.
Too  Many Spectator*
Ho    (soulfullyj���There   aro    thousands of stars tonight looking down
upou you.
She���Is my hat on straight?
Denmark exports the greater proportion of Its butter to tho United
During the last few years the prlco
ot raw produce of farms ln the United
States of America has risen by 36 por
The Worst of l.t
Merchant���It seems to ma that you
ask high wages considering that you
havo had no experience in this business.
Cleric���Ah, but you forgot that that's
just what makes it all the harder for
A Sure Return
Out to luncheon���back In five
utes, read the sign on the door.
Are you suro ho will get back that
soon? asked the anxious caller.
Yes'm, said the wlso office boy. Ha
ain't got tho prlco of a ten minutes
lunch In hln clothes.
rupil (lo schoolinasler)���Sir, would
you mind taking great caro how you
draw up.my report? My parents suf-
fer dreadfully from nerves.
Aunt Anna nsked lior Iltllo nephew
what ho would llko to (five his couhIh
for his birthday.
I konw, ho uiiswoi'pil, but I ain't
big enough,
��j the im.I ''cH-A'lt* nld to Vif Her physical condition, Beecham's Pills liave
an unenualed reputation because Ihey
act ko mildly, brtt fo certainly and so
beneficially. By clearing the eystem,
rejpj'iaiuig tue tKiv.i-i.* '*mvx iiivu, tin*
tone the stomach and improve the
digestion. Better f eclinga, better looks,
better spirits follow the use of Beecham's rills ��o noted the world over
For Their
Good Effects
SoU trttttmhtt*.    *    ttU.
*H'(,ttifiif*.p(*i,l'i|i|'��|iiiiiM ri-nrt tht dir��t'tl��ii
v>'tth estm ben-
Do you think IL Ih becoming? she
asked, appearing In lier nowi-sl. gown,
Dou't bother nbout tlmt! gushes tho
frioml, It In pcrtccl! It I.i Hlinply
delicious! My dear, It makes you
lcoli ubnolulely hnlplfiiin.
Recommenda    Poi'tum
Personal Test.
Triumph of Reason
DnmoclcB Haw tho mvord uitHpended
in tlio hair,
.Since it can't cut tlio balr, I Judgo
your wlfo Iuih been Hluirpenlng hor
poncll, ho remarked to,!hi- king,
There are over twonty-four thou-
Hand JtiHttceH of tlie I'fitco in Kiiglnud
und Wales.
NrllwilUslundlng llio fact that Mil-
vllle hu�� tho largest yards   In   tho
Paoiito, went of ,Wimil|>(% It has now
been found n<*co?i��ary to IncrenHo their
capacity, whllo hU hIiiIIs are to be added 16 thi- round hoiiijo nt that point.
A Iltllo boy, aged,,,!, waH.a��ked hy
a young mnu how niiicli '! ail/I L' tmid-v
Yl-e lioy ariHworod coirectljf', but fin-
������ I!j* pnl up ii fnf'er for IiIh 'incut 1'jiv.m'
It v.naif 1 luul it bottle nf plckl's* and took
<��nr* oul, how mini' would Uteri be
left In the but: ic','
W. N. U. 0��*
Only fl'e
of the flcllly !*l*s ar* 1*
No one Is belter ablo to realize Uie
InJiirloiiH action of caffeine���tlu) drus
in coffee���on tho'henrt, than the ibic*
tor, Tea Ih just as harmful a:i **of*
fee linoiuiHe it, too, contains the <l,ui>,
caffeine, '
When the doctor hlmaelf lias been
relieved by iilmply leaving off cnfi' *o
nnd unlng J'ostuiu he can refer Willi
full conviction to hlH own eio-e,
A Mo. phyalclnn i*reBorlbos l-uutmn
for many of his -\Atlentn becatirio ho
was bnnnfltcd by It,     lie uays;
''I visit tn add my icHllmony In regard lo Unit, excellent prepanitiou���
PpHlmn. 1 hnvo had functional or
nor-vouH heart troubles for over 15
yearn, and a part of tho timo was
IIIIUIH-J    UJ    tUU'lld    l-m    ,.,J     iJH.i.l.i . ���:. ,
"\  v-r*. n  rnodernl'- user nf i*offee I
nud did not think drinking it hurt I
me.     lint on atopplng it uud lining
Pouium Instead, my ht-urt hn;* got all
.right, an 1 I ascribe It to tho change
from coffeo to l-oatum. ,    \
��� ��� ,. ni,... ti  I,. ���,,',,*,, ,.t
k   .\m.   V**-"*"- ......n   ..   ....fl.     ...
.f-lekness, especially when'coffee doeo
not agree, or affects the heart,
nerves or stomach. .'   ' '
"When-made right It Iuih a much
better flavour than coffee, and ia ,a
vital fluatalner of tho Hysteni. I shall
mntlnun to n'comnlend It lo our poo*
pie, and I lmvo my own enac to refer
to," Nam*�� given by Canadian Post-
urn Co., WuuIhoi-, Oul. ItiMd ttui
little book, "Tlio Itoad to Wellville,"
In pkRt*.    "There'* a reason."
Ever read tho above, tetter? A
n��w one appears from time to time.
They are ���genuine, true and full of
human Interest/
Aethms Brings Misery, but Dr. .T.
I), Kellogg's Asthma lU'inedy will re-
placo lhe misery with welcome relief, Inhaled as smoke or vapor It
reaches tho very inmost roceiiHCH of
the bronchial passages nnd noolhen
thorn, ik'Htrlci.lon |hihw-�� und cany
breathing returns. If you knew iih
well how thin remedy "would help you
iir do tlioiiHiiiulH of grateful nt-wrc,
thoro would bo a puclutgo In your
home to-night.    Try It.
Maud���llcalrlx Iuih lost twenty
poundH lately; her new gownii nro
perfect Hucceauc!-; her Hweetbenri proposed to her Inst night; her rich uncle died ytiatcrday and loft, her a million, and now hIio bun to go to hln
funeral today and try to look sad.
Mlnaid'e Liniment Curei Dlitemner
Dollar* Veraua Hairs
UlbbH���lu iv wa>   i vc .*" m.-wii u-j
John li,
nibbw���NonneiiHe!      Why, Rockfol-
tor linn a dollar for every hnlr on your
CIM*'*���Wi'll. Pit lift I've  a dollar
for overy hair on his head,
 ; JL
_��_^   __    ftU-BBE* 1
IXrwurl softly -
Stop safety.
tMtorfyttttiittted (mHiwi
of CaI* Paw Hwly.    .*��
A highgrade chew for
those who want something better than usual
���Empire' Navy Piutr i��
an exceptionally choice
chewing tobacco ��� rich,
tflRtv and lastincr.
**> ��� ���
You arc sure to likt
"Empire Navy Plug".
,i THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  .���������rati awa \mi\atmi ��������� iiymwiu-j***** u awv.-'.J- 'JJ-  TilB OuillflPM liBWB  i*>s-ie<l   Every   Tuesday  by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  '"' ��������� ���������        -     ��������� ..,���������������������������������������������   ���������      ���������       ,    ���������    .   .   ������������������   ���������.     I    I        I     p      ���������*������  This paper will not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of others, as inay appear in its columns  ?roni time to time.  WKLWESDAY, NOV   IS 1912  Sayu-aid Lmd District.  Dist:ict of Cotncx.  T -.KKN'O '.'ICE tli.it M.a*.-y Timlin of  Land, ft. C. ocnipation marrictf   woman  inicn-ds to apply for permission to pnr-  chue   the  follow-in" described  lands:���������  Coiniucncinjj at a post planted at   the  sum!)-west corner of T.  I������.   No. -I'IBA  the nee nonh  &> chains, ihence west 40*  ch kins^ tbeiw-e   south 50 chains more or  tess to shore Ifhc, thence along the shore  line 4*"* chains more or  less  to' pi act of  besjinnin*. containing   200 aeres'more or  tess,      5' <  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for M.-wy Thulin  jf>.ile"Au-*ust r_tb, 1912.  SAYWARD LAKD DISTRICT  District of Sayward, Range 3,  TAKE NOTICE Ihat I, Elinzeia  Hannai-, by my agent, George Ver  dier, of Campbell R-ver, V. 1. occu  pation married woman, intends lo  apply for permission to purcbaM*  tlio f'-l'owing described lands:���������  Commencing nt a post  planted  near the N.E.   corner o! lot 351  ib*������nce south 10 chains (ter,) thence  caet 10 chains (ten) more or le-B to f  -.he point   of commencement con 1  mining 20 acres .ttveniy)   more 01 [  less.  EIJNZEJA 1IANNA -J  Name of Applicant  Date March 2tkhr 1&12.  . Sayward Land District.  c District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that Charles Thulin.  of Lund, 15.C, occupation merchant, intends tc apply ior peromsio nlo pur-  ebisc tbe the ���������following cescribed land;���������  Con-'Mncncing.at a post plasted* m Rrovvros  Kay at the north-east corner ejf T. L.  43146, tlience west So chains,, thence  north 2') ctniriSi then oj east JSo chains,  to the shore line, thence sooth 20 chains  more or less aion g shone line to place of  beginning aw������t-.mmg ifo acres snore or  lesa  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Ch.-rles Thulin  . Date August 14th, 1912  Say-pard Land Distrif-t.  Q Distiict of Coniox.  TAKE NOTICE tbat George Verdi--  ;er, of Lnnd, B.C., occupation  intends to apply for peimission to'pnr-  f.'ia-������ the following described hwids:���������  Cbmniencin''- at a post planted at the  south west corner of Lot -tf.thence north  j<> cb -ins to the shore line, thence follow  tnij the-sh 're line around the point to the  place ol beginning.  .GEORGE VERDIER  Applicant  ���������"parei^gTtsriijt^riWsf       ,    ��������� --���������r  Sayvmn] ljm.\ District  District of Cost  Tnko notice that IsnUd Mc*Kui<  "tny. ������>f Vancouver, 11 C.  oecnpa-  '" tion spinster, intends* tu apply fin  permission to tmrdiaso tho follow  ing described huui*1:���������  Comrntncing at a post planted  one mile east of tlio sontli-ww-t  corner of lot &50? thence west b'd  chains, tliwico s-onth 40 chains,  Unmet* east SO chains, thenc-.-  itorth 40 chains to point of coin  ineneement, containing 320 acres,  tnoit* or less.  Isabel Mc-Kenny,  Name of Applicant in fid!  lu-bert Henry Chestnut, Aprein  Date March 12th, 101-2.  Sayward Land I>i-3trict  District of   Comox.  TAKE noticetnat Elinyrie Han  nan,    married     -woman     Camp  bell   River,   B. ft,    intends    t<  apply for psrtuission  to purchase  ihe  following described   lund :���������  Commencing ai a poet planted ai  the south eaBt corner   of   Lot  N\  351, thence south 15 chains   to thi  north west corntr of Lot 376, then  oe east 20 chains to the shore line,  then ���������re along the shore line   to   the  place of comme-neeBient, containing 160 acres tnor������ or lens.  ELINYRIE HANNAN  George Verdier, Agent  Dated July 22nd, 1912.  Sayward Land District.  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that Fred Thulin,  of Lund, ll.C, occupation merchant, intend- to apply for permission to pur-  ilvjie the following described ^land:���������  Uoi ninjencing at a post planted at the  ������>iidt-eastCT>rnerofTimber iw.tse No.  jiSfv1, thence" west So chains, thence  souih So chaifis, thence e.������st 80 chains to  lhe shore line, ihence following shore  line north 80 chain's, more or loss lo the  plaee of beginamq containing 640 acres  more or less.  GEORGE VEkDIEK  Agent for Fred Thulin  l>;������te August 14th, tr>!2  ���������'LrQUOR- LICENSE ACT.'"  (Section 4R)  NOTICE is hereby given, that on tbe  5'thday of October next,  application  will be nude to the  Superintendent of  IV-'-hei tl Pj'Iicc for tha tnmfer of the  license for the sale  of liquor by  retail  i 1 and   upon the premises known as the  Willow* Motel, situate at Campbell River, Hritish Columbia, from Charles Thu-  iiit and Emerson   Hannan   to   Charles '  Thulin, of Campbell River, British Columbia,  Dated this 14th day of Sept., rgra  THULIN & HANNAN  Holders of Licente  CHARLES 'I I IU LIN  Applicant for Transfer  Sayward Land   District  Distiict of Sayw.-rcl  TAKK notice    that William  Jnme-s Gibson, of Vancouver, occupation, painter, intends to  apply for pwmisslun   to   purchase  tho following ikscribud b-..id>:~  G*������Jnm-Jiicin{; at it post planted 20  chain* east of Hie north east cor-  noir of Timber License 323:*, tlience taut 20 chains,   thence south  20 chains, theuce wont 30 chaius,  thence north 20   chains to point  *?f    CQWnciV'CftlC^t       '������������������"WtflMMItp'  *\o Ai-fi-.i moic oth-'y, i*i)i}.'i������ bc-  tvrrtm White and Salmon rivers.  WU.MAM Jam������������s Gibson  S. Maurice Carter, Agt'nt.  Dytc August 21st,, Hji2,  KOK SALE���������A book all young  $[yii^H Miould rond. price $1.00  Addres* lctt������r������, dnivvt-r U, Nnn-  a'mo, H, Q,  COUNTY COURT OF NANAIMO  HOLDBXAT CUMBERLAND.  In the goods of James   Afarphy,  deceased intestate.  TAKE NOTICE that bj order of  His Honor Judge Barker made in  the above court on the 4th day of  Septenr-ber 1912, the underpinned  wac e pointed administrator of thf  est*' : of Jauooa Murphy, dt-  c^t i, who died at JRock Bny on  M.. / 7ih 1912, intestate  n Jl accounts ngainst tlm estnie  and nil accounts duo the o-tate  tnust 1)0 presented and paid, re  spectivoly on or before the )5tli  day cf October 1012  W W. WtHanlr  Officii Adminifdratoi.  Cumberland, B. C  COUNTY COURT OFNANAIMO  HOLDEN AT CUMBERLAND.  In tho goods t*I Albion  Juazap  nvitch deceased inteflUte*.  TAKI-: NOTICE that by order  of His Honor Judgo Barker mxiin  in'tne above court on tbo dih dny  of September 1912, the midort'TKii  way nppointedfldniiriistnUor of the  t'Htate of Albins Junzupovitch, do  ce iiedjwbo wns killad a- No.7 mine  on May lltli, 1012, into-Miito.  All nccotiiitft ni;ain������t  thu eatale  and all nccounts  dun  thn  nstnb'  must bo preBontod nnd paid rnnpec  lively on or before tho 15th day ol  October 1012.  W. W. WjiXAun,  OlUciil Adminififnlor  Cumberland, B, C.  Try The Hig Store, if you w.int clean  ������e>v (irm-ene*.; new i^otnU arriving by  tvury b*iit, delivery .>ntl ���������atUf.ietion  ^unranteed.  Sayward Lnnd District.  Diatriot of Saywiird.  TAKK notice that Niobolas Fiiih-  or, of Vunnouvor, B. C, occupation  ti.*,       1   1        ��������� . , -  mllfit.f  til    milUm   iU   <������'<''���������}    iUt      |><}IIUin  ulrnii iu piudiiuo (im fuliowiug Uu-  ucribed InndHt���������Cuinmencing at n  pout planted at tbo north east corner of T. L. 0*2:12, being Lot G82  tbence cant 20 chain?, thence nouth  ���������10 chain**, thonco west to point of  inlorrocllon with Whito River, then  co alont tho count- of n.iitl river to  point of commoncement, and con  tabling HO acres more or less, and  ���������itunto on \Vh!t������������ Iti ver.  Nii'iioi.am Fiiiikk,  8. Maurice Cmtcr, Agent  Dale Augmt 21it, 1912.  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains, and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  PRINT  E VERYTHIKG  ���������,/VJS.i'J  Gorlay. -f    '-��������� '     ;   ���������  bi'd'er, b. t-   '��������� ' -   "  riV'-t-io*   'f .   :  r 1  Com mc. ���������-'   .  at the   ^ . !  thence   wu-'   '" '      '���������  ,;��������� ivh   m\i ci.. :  ���������  tne  f.-i!-: v;-.n;_ ���������  ly so*! 'O'.i1: c-1'.   .   j  i-ier.c.i.-mc!*',   ���������"���������  aiii:������j or i ���������  MC'.l.  N ...:. ���������  i):ito M.tich 27ill,   .:  Sayw.ird Lam! Dis lit 1  Disi 1 ict of Snywnrd  TAKtaOTJCE thm l'er-*y A.M.  Wood, of Viotorin, occnpi-lioii 1"  .cor, intends to np- ly for perniispi*. n  :o purehnse the following deccrsbed  land.*-:���������  Oommoncirg at a pout plan'ed  :U the S. W. Corner 0? Lot 105,  hence norlli 80 clnins, thence \xtr.*t  20chains lo f-horo, ilit-n- e sotiiher-  ly following sn.iro li'ie lo ;i j.* in',  making SO chain-1 southei ly, ih.-1 *  ���������aslerly followii:*; k1:0'o Mi.-  ooinVNof coinmoncemoni, 101:1.1    -  in������ 160 acre?, moie ar It".*.-*. .  PERCY A.K.^'.JOn  Name of Applic-i::-t in fnll  Date March 23ru, l'J*2  NOTIOB is luruliy given tlint-.* i no fi~.t  lay of Decomhcr next ap-jliuHlimi wil) lie  nadc to the Superintendn t of Pru-i. oi -1  i'oIicg, Victoria, fer the reuewal of i\m nc-  t] license to Bell liquors by retail im tne  :iottl kuown as the L >rue hotei, situated at  ���������om*x, B.C. Gkou������k M. IUrlow  D*ted October 2, 1912.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  ���������������������������st day of November 1912, application  .vill be ni.tde to the SupciinterideiU of  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  ivhjles-ale liquor license upon the premises known as Lol 24, Subsection :, Nelson District.  1'ILSKNER 11RKWINU COMl'.V.NY.  Dated October 2nd, 1912  NOTICB  is  li-reby given thnt ou tho  UTTtllay of "Deconl1������rli5^ppli������:ntr6"iJ*Tiir  oe made to thVSupc intendei.t of Pro*, in-  cinl Police, Vict/->iii, tor a r ncwnl of tlie  ln.tei liieuse to Bt ' liqu ra by r������.tail in  thn hotel knowu as. the Union hotel, sit-  uiito nt Ui.ion. B.C. John N. McLkou.,  Daud the 2nd day of Oo������.-h.r, 1912  __OBt������������������������*i^iM������������B������B������>>>"*>*''"**^*������**Bi*^>'"B���������,*^B*^1"^  ��������� NOTICE ������8 heioby given th������t on the  lira: day ������f Utci-ttiber next npi'liuution v ill  be nuido to to the Suptrititoudeut nf Vrn-  vincial Police, Vietoiin, foraieuewlof  lhe hotel license to '"'ell li������inor8 hy rftail  the hotel kuown ns the CourU-uay tJotiB",  it'Uilod ut CoiirtoMiy, B.C.  John It. 'J0H.N8TOS..  Dated October 2, 1912.  1,  m.m*m*ffmtmm  NuTICKishoioly Rivnt th t ou the  liratday of December 110x6 'I'-'diut-tlon w  be made to the Superintendent of Pruvhioial  I'olicp, Viotorin, for tho renewal of tho lio'  ci*l lico'ino to gcll l-quom by ro ail iu tha  Inld l-nt'vn as the Kivcniilu hoiol, situi'.o  it Courtenay, H,G O. H. Fwuinku.  1) ted October 2, 1012,  NOTICB is hereby given thut on the  lin-t d iy of Docomber next application will  b������ made to tho; Superil.toudeat ot Provincial Polico, Vio orin, for a rei.ewal of  thohi'tt'l liconfifl to Boll liquor* by retail  in the hotol known iih tho Kile hotel, i-itu.  ntcd ut Com*x, B.O.     John Mahtix,  CiUd Oot������.ber2,1012.   ,  NOTICK i.', hori'by given tnat on tho  flrnt day ul December next application will  bo made to iho Hii|ioi'iiitor.doiit d Piovln-  ulnl I'olici1, Victoria, for tho ronowitl of the  hotel lie.11 0 to Bull iiqiioiB by retail 11 the  ho el Ituo.ui as tho Niilnon hotol, sitnttoil  nt Union liny, 11.0. J011.V Fiuumt.  Dutod Ootoher 2utl, 1012.  NOTIOK Ih hereby givoii tint nn the  (Imt day of Decen.b.ni" xt tppli* nt^ti will  bo inndu U the Siiporhitenduntof Provin-  cinl Police Victor in, for 11 renewal of th  hotel liuoibo to nell lii-non hy retail in  tho hotol kuowuiiH tho Willow*- Itolel bit.  untod at Campbell Hlver, II. C.  THUMN&HaNNKN.  Dated Ootobor B, 1012,  NOTICK ia lively givou that on   the  (linr rlnv nf I'll r>, liylwr nnml >invi1lr.nflnn ������itM  '   ' * * l  \mi nindn t,n*h������ Hunmlntfiwdo'.'k of Prcvin-  <iial Pollen for tho ronowal of.tho hotol 11-  cemio ti mil llrjii'ira hy retail in tint Intel  known an Iho Won-llnm Stopping Plaoo,  aUtiaUiftt Oyntor Ulvor, In the proviticn of  *\    ��������� , *   t     fa    a 1' t ���������������*-  l)������������od Ootoher 2, 11112.  *mmmt*am*mammamm*maiimamm  NOTIOK ia hereby given Ihat on tlm  llrot day of IV oomht-r noxt epplioaiioii will  bo inmli* to the Snperiultmilont of I'r.vii,  ���������-���������lal Pi he.*, Vl.torh*, for tho ronow*|of fbe  hut i*l lii'O^MB to H II liqili.ri by retail fn tilO  buhl known <i������ tho Wilcoo.hotel, Miuafod  al Unln 1 Iliiy B.C. AutrkoIUpi n H������>j|S������  Ontcd Octohei ������������������!, 1911,  tmtmm NOTICE is hereby given that at tho  uext tueetiug of the Board of License Com  missioner* of tho City of Cumberland, I  intend to apply for a renewal cf the hotel licuse held by me for tho-Vendome  Hotel, situated ou lot 5, blook 3, Cumberland Townsite.  R. S. ROBERTSON  Dated November 6 th, 1912.  mmmwtmm*r(*,**ammmr**mmmm*^nmmt^  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  uext meeting of the Board of License Commissioners of the City of Cumberland, I  i-tend o npp y for a renewal of the hotel lu-euse held by mo for the Cumberland  Hottl, situated on lot I, block ������, Cumler-  land Townsi'e.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  Dated tMe 6th dny ot Nov., '912.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  f������0 fT'-i^rr  COLUMBIA.  NOTIt E is hereby Igiven that at the  next meeting of the Board of License Com-  misfciot-en for ihe City nf Cnmherlaud. I  iute-id to apply for a reuewal of the wholesale liq ������������r license held by in-*, situated on  locG. block 15, Cumberland Townsite,  CIALI MUSSATTI.  Di ted this C h d������y of Nov., 1912.  \  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  rext ir.eet.ne of tlie Board of Lice ae C. m  iniasioners of the City of Cttmb rlrind, I  i tend to a ply fur n rcno-wil of the hot.  ������1 licaisa hold b mo for tho Waverly  Ho el, .situated ou hit 2, blook it, Cumin r  laud Townsite.  FRANK DALLOS  Dated this,6th d y tt N..v., 15)12.  KO'PICE i Ik ruby given ihut ut thu u.x  mee iug of the Uua-d of Lio use Coinrni--  sioi.0 s of the City of Cumberland, I intend to npply for a r ne*nl of .the whole-  * sale liquor liv-cnse l-dd by m , sitti-ted  ou lot 12, hi ick 7, Cumberland TowuMto.  FRANK SCAVARDO.  Dated this Oth day of Nov., 1912  .1  mUmm  Notice is hereby given th.it at the  next meeting of tlie Board of License  Commissioners I intend to apply for a  renewal of ihe bote! hcei.se held by me  for the New England Hotel, situated on  block 3, lot 3, Cumberland Townsite.  JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Nov, 7th, 1912.  THY Rfi AD  in th<? HEWS  NOTICE is hereby given ihat 30 days  ifier date application will be' made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police.  Victoria, 1$. C, for a renewal of the hotel license to sell liquors hy ret.nl in the.  hold known as lhe Port Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox. 11. C.  Amos Cottinuton,  Dated Oct., and, 1912  M1TICE U herebv given  tbat.  m O I  on th 'fir-si day ot: December j  iu-.\t application will be made to 1  the Superintendent of Provincial  Polict*, Victoria, B.C. for a ie-  newal of the hotel license to sell  liquors by retail in tlio hotel  known as the Mala?pina Hotel,  situated at Lnnd. B. C  FRED THULIN  ted   Ytober ICtli, 11*12 ..."  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  The great1 Uterine Tonie, nor  only uufo effectual Monthli  Regulator on which women cat.  depend. Sold In threo decreet  of strength���������No. 1. ?i; No. 8,  10 degrees stronger, $3; Na il  fer societal coses- 85 per box  Bold liy all drojjetsta, or s&m  prepaid on receipt of price  Frco pamphlet. Address: Tlit  <tOCrtlltM1lllCO.T6IONTO.OHT. (/erwerfy������-**fcii*������-  An Ad in the  News  pays.    Try it.  ROOMS for rent at Mnnnelli-t*  Roominor House, Derwent Avo-  l'OR SAi_,E���������Three milk  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers in calf, graded stock,  three horses, two drivers, and a  general purpose marg, age three  aud lour years. Ajtyty to* D.  Roy, Roy's Beach;  NOTICE ii h.-rb 1-'ven tlut nt the  next ni etiug of tlu Bou*d of L'einse  C--miiiis.sio ers of th.: Citv of Cumb r-  land, I intend to up ly.fi _ a rent wid 1 f tie  wholesale liquor lie u-e LeJtl l.y me, tit-  uated on lot 12. block G, Cumberland  Townsite.  JOIN MAROCCHI  Dated ih>e Gth diy of Nov., 191:2.  NOTICB is ii beit-hy given tha* at the  uext meeting it the Uuiinl of Ween e  Commissioners of tho City of Cumb r-  lin', I iitend to ap^l) for a trausA r o  ������Le wholes'Iu liq or liwise held I vine  on lot 3, block 2. to block 15, lot 0, Cu -  bi-rli-.. d Towns e.  CULI MUSSATTO.  , Dat d this Gth iid> of August, I01i������.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next meeting of the Hoard of License  (om iKaioncrsof ihe City of Cumber-  laud, 1 intend 10 apply for a renewal of  the ho-el licens*** h:ld by me for the  "King Ceorge" Hotel, situated on lot 9,  block 7, Cuinl erland Townsite.  VICTOR UONORA  Dated this 6tn day of Nov., 1912.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery conveniens for guests.  The Oeutial Hotel for Bportemon '  None but the llest of Wines and Liquors  at the Itnr.  Union Steamship Co. of B. G. Ltd.  THE S. S. COW IC II AN WILL SAIL AS TJXDEll  POWELL RIVER-COMOX-UNION-CAMPBELL RIVER route  Leave Vancouver. Thurs. 2 p. mArrive Comox Friday 6 a. rii.  Depart 7 a. m.  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a m. (For Campbell River, way ports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DEN MAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTK'  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 am. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice.  DRINK  Fine Engraving  in Sepia of the  Bo: de     Cabinet  for Readers   of  the  "News-Advertise "  EVERYONE wants a picture of ihe member-* of  ,-f the Government of Canada. The "No vs-Advertiser" hns had prepared for the exclusive use of iis readers in thi*5 province a Jarge engraved plale of Kt.  Hon. II. L. 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If niaiied 10 cents extra for tubi'g and  postage .,.���������     ������������������: .-���������    ��������� "Vv"V ',',���������>, '     ^'"'";;  '.[''.''���������".   Applications and remittances' (cash'', must accompany order]  must be made to  'Pilsener  The purest and best. BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  Union  *  J.   N.   McLEOD      "Piio-piai-ETor.  RATES  REASONABLE  "I1!...������. U',11  John Johnston,  Prop  O  n  0  0  Engliah 4 x BURTON alwuysou tap ali������o, tho (amoua MILWAUKEE  BBBRS-AnhoiiBor, tM-mnian, Sohltz, 4o. "OLD ORKY.BKAHD".  SCOXOtl WHISKY, Best Wines', and' Liquors of all kinds.  The Hoarding and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mr������  OavU, will bo toui.d Pirat closa in every roepeut. j  ��������� 0)'  B.-Gv  Sa..ward Land I>i-.lrict,  Diatriot of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE that Chaimi.-a Swar  Danhar, of New York, Now "jToik,  occupation clerk, intend tu np- ly f.*r j.������*r-  minion to purobasa the follov i .f iit-  cribed land?: Commencing at a poet planted at north-wt comer of lotftKI, iher.oe  uorth 83 chi������i.������, thence west .80 ohaii a,  thence south 80 chains, tytm-n taut 80  chaina to p<iut of 011 niaiicirnecl coabtiu-  iui_ (U0 narts more or l^a.  CUANNXKG STUAKT DUSBAE  I'fsb*-r M.Gaskini, Ageut.  Date June 23rd, 19V1  SA>wi.rd La-d Distiict.  District ifS-yn'iir.1.  TAKE NOTK K that JoLu Ar hur Da'y,  of Xew York, New Y������irk, > coupati 11 <lt*rk  intei da to apply  for pi-rniUsimi to  pur  ohiifo the   ftill.iwing  dosiribcl  landa:���������  Couitiienoiug at   a   po-t plaut. dut the  ���������H'Wth-eaiit   coruer of Leai-e 4C,   thenc*  south 80 chaiua,   tin uw  wot SO clinins,  thence uo!th   80 clmiun,   thmco   ciibt  80  ohuius to poitit of comraenac uu nt couUia  iug 040 acrea more or let 8.  JOHN AUTI1UU DALY  Fieher H. Ga*-ldu\ Aj,'eut.  Date June 24th. 1012.  its  Sayward Land Diatrct.  l������iatrict ot Saywur-I.  TAKE NOTICE ih'.f Walter Bed. 11  list, tit Now York. No.v Yo.k  occupation laborer, i.-twul* u- arply  for permission to purclmse tl.i- fol'oui' g  detcribedlaQda:���������Oon-meiit-i ti il a pu-t  planted 120 uhnim wo4 ai .1 10 , cf-. ,ina  uorth of the snutli-eapt coi-urr ut 1k*������ss  46, thiuce souih SOoh.iiit-, tliei.ee e,������Ht 10  chaiua thenoe n������tth S0ul*niii������, thci ee  west 40 chains to point of commotio ment  cautainiug 320 acre* more or .le. p.  WALTKK BKI-L'LL BKST  Fisher M.. Qaiili.H-, Ageu".  ;D*te Juuj24th, \'k������  ATE8,  91 00 per day upwards.  0  ������  <  (0  m  I  a  r  si  a.  41  c  m  H  fl*>f������i1'>l"l'>i'<l'<ialiifai*,T*'i*,i**i'*i,>i"i,<r 11 *w  NOTICE  SUBSCRIBE FOR THU NEWS  ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAH.  NOTIOB.  Riding on locomptiveB ftnd  mil  way cars of the  Union  Holliery  Company by any porRon  or i������er-  30HB���������except lain crow���������ii*. strictly  proh5!-Ued.   Kmployees rt. sub-  iec to di������miHflal for allowing sam-  By order  W. L. COULSON,  General Manager.  g0T OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE AT THIS OFFICE J&  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES:  And all KITCHEN i 5UTBN81L8  Sportsmens Goods  nud  General Hardware  tm^f-a**aa������ttaai\m^am*%*it^^  MOVING?  Pianos and  F.UKNiTURK  Freight, Wood and Goal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHAlti)SON.& UAYWOQD  PHONK 57  Windermere Ave.  OUDKKS TAKKN KOR NUT   COAL  Saywmd Limi DiHlrlat.  IMstrictofflaywnrd,  TAKK NOTICE tint Obuta Henry  UuiS  of Now York,  N. Y..  ccuupalinn  Sayward Land   District  District of  Sayward  TAKE ���������NQTIt-E" that WiUiain John  Whiting of New York, N. Y., occupation  Kntilneir, intends to apply for pemiieRioo  to purcha 0 the following; desorihod lnnd������:  ���������Oomincnaiiig at a pout planted 90 eliuine  nouth and SO chuius ia*t from the north  eaat corner of hit 579 (on pout 5*4) thenee  north 20 chains, th uce west 30 ohainH,  theuoeaouih i"0   chains, thenoo oust .10  ch.daa to poiut of o'lnmei cement oon-  tainiiig 60 noies moro or lti;i.-.  WlLI.UM Jo������l!* WHITINO  ''.'-. Fiiher'M. (Suikinj, Agent.  Dated Juno 23rd,1913.  Snyward Lnnd Distriot.  ������ Dutrictof Saywnrd,  TAKK NOTIOB   thut  ll.nry  Alfred  lie b, of New York, New York, occupation olootrioinn, into.ii'ato apply forpormii  nion to purmisioii to purolniio tho following deioribcd laod*i���������Comnienoinn at a  aalo������.na������,iut*i.d-. to apply for liermlHston pnet piantcl nb the nouth onflt corner of  TUNDE11S will be received by  iho itiiderbigued up lo Nov I5tli,  1012, for tlie purchase of Oul;-  hunk Frnn, confiiutln^ of 15 Acres,  with hix-roonied lioiifio, luirn aud  stable.   About one half  of  tbe  *       *   ���������       i it, , ,     t  llillU   in   g'uulvo,   U*'U*H   mt   Umtii  Ul  fruit beiiriuH tree-* iu tlio orchard. The property is in a very  desirable local ion, about a mile  mid fi hnlf from tlm villane or  Courtenay. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.���������  John Munhklu*;  NO'WCK.  i NOTICK is hereby yivcii Ihat  she general store buHinoss or Dun  can Hros. has this day been sold  to James IT. Parkin. All accounts due the late firm must be  paid to K. Duncan, who will settle all liabilities.  Sandwick, Oct. ist 1913.  to p roh'uw tho following diHoriboil lands;  Coiiiiiionoing nt a p������8t I'hmtwt nt tho  norlli-OftHt eorner of lot 55'J, thonoe north  UO .'liutoH, thonco wust 20 ohnlnu, thonco  BOuth 20 ohnnn, thonoo cant *������0 oil-tins to  point of cominnnoeinent oontuining 40  aoroti more or loo*.  ritAULBH UKNUV 11K8T  Fiatior M. Oiuhhii), Ag<-nt.  D to June 20 h, 1012.  To whom it may concern'*���������  Thi* is to notify the public  that all freight charges on bonded goods cleared  at Union Hrty  for the Contotc Valley must be u you want M>th"r������K in v������li������t������, ������m  paid before goodw can be forward cam:** or trank������, try The tlig Siore. The*  ������(j JU" order have the Urg#������i ������nd moit ������ompl������ie an-  Canadian Collieries Dutistuuir]    l0r,,,,?n,��������� ������f ,,,e m" l*aw"*Me p,ice'  Co,  NOTICE    ���������  Any person or pereoiiB, cutting,  removing or taking any bluckf,  tint lier or wood, of auy defcilptlodn  jtiiongiiig to tin*) Wellington Colliery Co'yl, or front or off tlifl land  of tlio snid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbUb of any description  auywhero upon Uie oouij-any'n  laud will Ui proHtwutoil to tlio full  ti.lmit of the Uw.  Oonwrnl Alaun^ir,  Wellington Colliery Co,y,  Buy ward IjukI Diatriot,  Diitrict of Reward.  TAKK MYl'lVl. that Cioorgo Btnolio, of  Now York, N. Y., ocoupntiun  I'mjlnocr,  inliiidi to upply f( r (oriuianioii to pur>  chuflo   tho  following  dencilliid IuiuIhi���������  C-imm������'1elii|j at 11 pout planted 20 ohalna  south of the north-eafit oornor of hit AM,  tl 1 no* oitat 1*0 clulut, thance norlli 40  fthidna, thor.00  uo������t 20  chalm,   thence  floiuh ������0 chaini to ���������Kiiiit of coinmtnco-  mc-nt oontuhrng 80 m-rt** iihw or Imno,  ���������iKOIWK 8TUCKB  Fikliwr M. fliiMlihia, Aj..ont.  Date June lOtli, 1012.  tho north won-i qnartor of lot fi8.1, thenoe  40 ohuiiiH oust, thenoo 40 oliaiua uorth,  thouoo 40 ohaius wcit, llionoi 40 ohaina  iouth to print ft commencement containing IGOacroi moreor 1 mr  IfRNItV  AliKHKl)   HUSH  Fifl er M. U mkia*, Agent.  DatedJiuinlMtli, UH'i.  !**yward Laud Di.triot.  Diat>*"ot of Sfaynard.  TAKK POlflJE that (Jharlea P.nny of  ���������"aocouver, B. U.j oecupauau coutrueior,  intend^ to apply for penaiiejoo ty J|������������-  cUve ������ho folio wng deaotibed lonit*:���������  Comruoiieiog at a port plnated st ilia  Souih eaat comer qt tot 578, then** > we^t  40 chaina, thence eouth &9������li>iu*t, lhui.eo  ������i0rt 40 ch-tiru*, tliMico iior h 80 ohtdua t<������  point of coiuineuoeiucut conttinii���������_������ 3Q0  acceamore  or leua.  Charlie Vassv  F*sher  M. Gankins, A_ieut,  Dated Juuel������-;h,M2.  Sayward Land Dietrict  Ohitrct orSaywnrd  TAKE NOTICK that Myrtle Bonneite,  ������..f Vaocouver, occupation   Niirsf, iuteud*  V apply for permission to  purchiee   iho  f-llowing described  landa:��������� l'omuu-114-iog  at a poat planted at the  noith fiaitjoornat  of Jot-*584rthenee*oa?t~40"^haifi^*th"������u*������~  then������e north  40   cliuins,   ihoi oe   we*,  40 chaina,  thence   nouth  40  uhuins  to  poiut of  eoinniencemeut coutniuing   160  acrea more or lees.  Myrtle Bonkktu  Fieher M. Gjakiua, Agent.  Dnted June 19th, 1812.  Suyward Land District  Din'riot i.f 8 yward  TAKE N(m('K<. that Joseph Hemy  Baer nf New York, ocoup.ti<*r* Balesmun,  intends to apply for poimiiuioii to inr-  uhaao the lollowiug diHuribn-* laode;-  ('oinmenoiug at n pout planted 00 chaiua  went and teu ohaius north of tho south  eatt oorner of 1������ aee 40, thenou uoriii 2U  cliains, thaoooeast 20 ohaina, thetro Houth  aOcliniuH, thouoo went 20 chivui" to point  of oouimonceroont oontttining 40 acres  moro or leas,  Jos-cm UituixY Babi  Fishor M, QimUiufl, Acroat.  Dated Jmio 25th, 11)12.  Snywnrd Laud Diatriot  \) ttriot of Snywurd ���������  TAKI* NOTIOK that James IWnard  Duun of New Yoik, N. V., oeoupution  Toucher, intend** to npply for pormiskion  to purcliHM the following doBonbed hmdi.:  ~C",mn eucio(. at a poat p'nutoil at thu  north oiut coruer of lot 685, thence north  NO chaina, thenoo went SO chains, thenee  south 80 ohaius, thonoo eatt 80 chains to  point of oourniom-oiurtit coutniuing 040  ui.tob moro or lean.  Jahm llwavAMu Dun*  Visiter M. Giskhis, Agtdt,  Dnlod Juno 24th, 1012  .Sayward hind Distriot.  Diatr'ot of rtajwaid.  TAKK NOTICK tl.tt William John  rhillivsn, New Ymk, N, Y., <ioonpntlon  olerk, hitenils to apply for poriiiiaNion to  purohaio tho folio *. ing tbo following de������>  orib������l lnndnt���������('ommeiioln'f at a poat  plantod 10 uhfihlH iouth from Uie aoi'th-  oast conior ������f Im o70 (on jNist 574) thonoo  north HO chaini*, thenoo eait 80 ohaius,  thonoe aouth K0 chains, thenoo west 80  chains, lo point of eoumonoemeut con*  tainhig CIO ������<���������;'���������*��������� more nr lem.  WILLIAM JOHN H17LLIVAN  Fu-horM, (iuskius, Agent.  DaUs Jnno 91st, 10)-J,  Say wind Laud Dintriut.  Uuti ict of Hay word.  TAKE NOTICK tl.d John Leonurd  Hyan of Now York, Now York, ocaupnti-  on broker, iuteud' tu apply (or pu-iuhaiou  to purchase the purchase thu following described Inndsi���������C'uuimuiioiug at a post  planted at tho uorthwiast oornor of the  north vnat (juurlor of hit W������, thonco oaat  80 chaius, thsuoo north lOqhtiua, UiatiCd  weat BOchtdoa, tbeunu south 40 uhainH lo  poiut of oomuioiiaomaiit coutainlug 3'jO  hoici mora ot l������������a.  JOHN LEONARDKYAN  Fisher M, Uiu kins, Ageut.  Dat* JuneWth, lOlfi.  Saywiinl Laud District  Dintrict of SnywHrd  TAKK notico that Jobu Cns*.  fidy,    of    Now   York,   M   Y.,  occupiitlftii     FiiuiiKin,      intends  fnr  Un  to ������i������mlv  11  -  ������.')j.'l!(  In  t\i*rx������laaltMx  4  Ji-IWtvJi-"   iJi-rcrSbt'd  miv.  i  .*>IIJ *A������fO I.I1MI It lli'll-i,  blitU.ti* ,t lit) it,ml.  Hayward J.nid Diat hit,  Ihatiiet ������������f Ptywatt,  TAK'iS NOTIuV that George Charles  Hone, of Now  i'oik, N. Y.,  oooupition  clerk, inteads to app������y lor pariniaa>;o 1  tu  onrolin������o Uia fol'owhgdoteiil-eil IiiihIs:  ���������  I'omtuoiclng nt a pmt -diinti-d 40 eh4������m  1 ost and 20 elisina O'U-th <t die m/rth ������>jul  jofnw of lot o."i*. Ihtnce ^sl 40  -hiiii**,  iheaaaacalh UOihtin*   thenco ������r������t H>|)ot65l, theneo������MtS0uhahiam*vraorleea >,otrit of ooinmeiieoiHont eotttflitf  ���������onto'  to Iuuh' IB,   the aco north 40 chaina io ;      ... .  point of cfiminencemeni ������������nt������intnir,t W0 ll,K w m'rim mo^t, 0f lm'%  aeresinorsiorleM. ! JoilK  t-'S*"������Y  WILLIAM AUOAUHT BIMUIOFF, Kislier  M. (.Ufkilit-t A#'Ut������  l-'Mier M .(laaliu. Aff������t.    . j)llttKj j mw g0lj|f j W������  TAKE NOTICE that WilliatttAiiga������������tlftinla:���������Coiiiuu'iit'ing at a Jioat  BiaehoO, if Now York, N. Y., ��������������������������������� j p|untei| 20 clmiiiM wt.tli' und SO  Uou clerk, latum*! to apply for pomds������iun,''   , .   , , , .  t<i purohaaa iho following dediribed ������������������"������������������������ *f������������it "f ������������<������ "OllU Gomor of  Jn.id.-Oou.mtiirinff al a |������o*t pla^Ud Jot hul, tln-ucv: tvit-t ai* diniiie to  :Weh.inaw������t.ud40.hahat.o.lboflh^ ,ut  r>3Jf t,  north-woit corner of,lot 55*1, thi*uc������wo������t ,  ',.   ,*, , _   ���������A  50 chs-u. more or loai, lo lot 851, tbaaoa *"J������tb 0������ dmliia, llieiice vm\ HO  40oholnaloath nlo;���������% eait lMiiiaiiaiy *f chains, tltt-uro norlli lUlchniita to  homa, thoui-e n nth 2i) cii.ru tn *  .'ommant^mont cimisinit.g tM aere** mure  r leas,  (IKOIlOlit-llAIU.KHSTONj;  t'iahrr M. Oia'.imv, Agont,  Dalo June IVih, WI  ltata June 26th, iOll.  .*l%* THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  SPECIAL  PRICE  will be given, ou an  INDIAN or  EXCELSIOR  Motor Cyc'l.- lo anyone who will act  ns our agent, in i*.' territory where  we luive no agent already.  Terms ui agent, of course is cash.  Wrlir- uow before some one else  gets die nj-'eney.  Catalogues Free  CONSOLIDATED   BICYCLE   AND  MOTOR CO., LTD.  135 Notre Dame, East.     Winnipeg  Liquid   Sulphur   Nature's  Remody Cures  Rheumatism, Eczma. Stomach and  Kidney Troubles, ��������� Asthma, Sore  Throat, Catarrh and Dyspepsia.  Use Liquid Sulphur Foot, Bath for  tired or sore''feet. Try the Liquid Sulphur Bath, they are very  beneficial to the whole system, and  only costs a few cents each.  Liquid Sulphur is 100 times better than sulphur in any other form,  EACH  BOTTLE A CURE  Thousands'of ���������Vancouver citizens  can tell, you-how Liquid Sulphur  has cured  them.  If your druggist cannot supply  you, we wili send by mall, at our  own risk, upon receipt of price  40c, or $1.00 size. Postage prepaid. Prepared only by  CHACE & JACKSON,  Vancouver, B.C.  A     GERMAN     SPECIALISTS'     DISCOVERY  WILL -'POSITIVELY  CURE  KIDNEY TROUBLE  Bladder Stone, Gall Stones,  Kidney Stones, Gravel and  all Ailments of Uric Acid  Origin  SANOL   EXPELS   URIC   ACID  NEVER FAILS TO CURE  ���������Hundreds   of   cured " patients    can.  prove our statement).  will receive ���������pamphlet.;l!ree  URO  TRADE MARK REG.  Sheathing Paper  -���������a high-grade paper; odorless,  tasteless, free from tar,  waterproof, exceptionally strong  ���������������������������will not tear. A durable-  arid effective jnterlining-for  walls, floors and ceilings.  Examine DURO carefully at  your dealer's, or write for samplt  and Booklet to the" ������s  Sols Canadian Mao-sfactureri  THE STAND ARD PAINT CO.  ol Canada, Limited,  Msnlrtat. Winnipeg, Ciliary, Vtnctaver.  1 The, Black Hand  Our whole neighborhood has been  stirred up, said the regular reader.  ���������Phe editor of the country weekly  seized.his pen'. Tell me about it, he  said. What we want is news. What  stirred it up? 0  Plowin*?, said the farmer."-  Suffereri  on'request.  Sand. PRIC:'������  liquid iron* Drug  liu*  $1.50 per bottle  in  rists, or direct from  SANOL MFG. CO. OF-' CANADA, Ltd.,  Winnipeg, Man.'  CAN NOW WORK  WITH COMFORT  THE OLD  PAINS AND  ,NOW   ONLY   A  ACHES  MEMORY  ARE  BUSINESS GIRLS  You ought to wear  SANFORD'S SOVEREIGN BRAND  Reliable     merchants     have  them in stock  Tells of the  Wonderful  Benefits  ���������-.aine'd From ,  Ob-  ft  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  t\ few doors south of C.P.R, Depot  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day   ���������  ' Cuisine unexcelled '���������  Hot and cold weter in every room  Hot?I   practically   Fireproof  All Outside Rooms  A;'o the bet*"' over mado ami are guar*  anteed to glva you satisfaction. At  all denier1-*, ov fiend uh 2fi cunt"*) ������tat*  inn fity.-i und size required,  The Arlington Co,, of Canada, Ltd.,  68 Fra������er Ave., Toronto, Ont.  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  .     ICn**lin'oi'ii'iiiid TiollernifiUorc  Ilollei'H   of   nil      ItliulK-Kii'A'iiit'H,  l'um})!), ii ud Heavy 1'liu.V Work  AVrii.* ii'-. f(,i* I'rlcoH  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  If you '.viint lo inii'i'liii-i' ii cni-lo-ul  of  Good Ontario Apples  ',   , Comtt.lllllculn with  h, H. DA WOO N  00 Colbourne Btreet, Toronto  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Like many another Newfoundlander  living far from doctors, Mr. Stone  feels.���������unbounded- gratitude for the  benefits obtained1 from the use of Dr.  Chaso's Kidney-Liver Pills.  For years he had. suffered from a  congested condition of the liver and  kidneys, with headaches, backaches,  pains in. limbs and body. Wdrda fail  to describe his sufferings as well as  the gratitude lio wants to express for  the cure. ���������' '- '  Mr. Alex J. Stone, West, Point,  Nfld., 'writes:���������"! suppose you  thought I had forgotten all about, you  when T got Dr. Chase's Kldney-Llver  PIlls, but I haven't, You must excuse  mistakes, for like .ninny Newfoundland" men 1 havo,not. much education,  but, I wn nt, to I hank you many timer-  for your medicine.'    '���������  "I cnnncl. fell you what I��������� suffered  from llvor nnd kldnoy derangements,  indigestion and .constipation, nor nan  ;T find words Io express how much  good (lilt- medicine has done me. 1  feel betl.M' thnn I have ror "five -years  .���������'nd have Riven some ot these pills  tn friends, who tell mo Ihey luive done  them a wonderful lot of Rood. 1  wnnt, to uxpreaa my heartfelt gnttlfudo  for thi: lK-nollls derived from the.  y*reiil. medicine," '  Dr ChuHf-'H Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill ii. dose, 'Joe.ft box, at all doalors  or Kiliniiii-'oti, lintes &��������� Co.. Limited  Toronto.       ____________________  \ koimI cure I'or e.hlidi'ou'K weak  nnldt'H Is to bathe lhe nnkh'i* In sail.-  imil-warisr, or If possible, In neu-water.  Uiico^nl/.eil un I lie leading speelllc  for tlm denlrnciion of worms, Mother  (li'iives' Worm Kxlnnniiuilor hus  proved n boon io HiilYi'iiti!*;���������children  (.s'oi'ywhcrr.     It. Hcliluin fulls.  In Koi'oii, MlnlHli'i's of Mule who  Hiimhln I'l'dlilcssly urn 11'ibU* lo be  I'.iucil by poliee oniclnla,  Reasons Why They Age Prematurely  Why is ic that nine out of every ten  girl workers one meets are pasty-  faced? Waitresses, typists, servants,  teachers, mill hands, shop-girls���������one  and ail have the yellow-white.tinge of  a dead complexion. .,:  Women commercial travellers are  the only section with comparatively  rosy cheeks.; This may have something to do with, the exercise, for'wo'-'  men working in this branch of industry have a lot of-walking to do. .And  never was a more beneficial beautiner  than a sharp walk, however short.  But perhaps another reason for the  unwonted bloom of the 'read woman'  is the fH3t that during her peregrinations she usually stays at hotels,  where th: food is good. Good food!  is au essential to beauty. She  knows, too, that, shirking meals Is  detrimental to good looks; that she  could never get about as she does on  a bath-bun and cup of tea lunch, which  is too often indulged in by the young  typist. Even the country girl would  lose her inherited roses on a pastry  diet.  A platr* ot ham or tongue, a crisp  roll and butter, and a glass of water  would prove just as appetising aud infinitely more digestible. Biting into  the .hard roll crust does the teetU., to  begin with, any amount of good; aud  sipping the water after, not during,  the meal, is the wisest precaution to  be taken by the girl who values her  appearance. Coffee and tea are, besides being incongruous in the middle  of the da/, exceedingly hunful beverages for the lunch-hour.  If economy must be^ studied, both  the bacbelci- girl and the girl avIio  possesses a home should make it a  .golden rule to have a substantia  breakfast. Above all, the meal  should not be eaten rapidly, and never  taken"in bed, if the consumer has to  rise immediately ��������� afterwards. For  apart from the fact, that directly on  "ousing from sleep the digestive organs are not wide, awake, as it were,  sudden action after a meal spells  disaster to the digoslive system altogether. ,.  If possible rise early enough to al  low of reading the morning paper, for  say a quarter of an hour before sitting  down to breakfast, or take n turn  round the garden.   "��������� .  A very good breakfast for every'  season of the year consists of a small;  plate of porridge, some bacon or an.'  egg. toast and butter and marmalade,,  and fruit of some description, stewed  or otherwise." And, just because!it  is hot, do not do away with'everything'  except the fruit. A fruit breakfast  may be: very iiice in warm weather,  but it. is no ground-rock for a day's  work. A glass of water at breakfast is also extremely good-. But  those who could not do without their  tea or coffee, let them take them by  all, means. - But, on no account..bolt  ���������them-**Uown'"%ot-"*-*Tather���������^^  cold than boiling. '"    HV  The girls of to-day look so old���������that  is, the girls, who liave to. worlc'vior.'  their living. ../���������"    v  And it is simply because they Avill  not look after themselves. Sitting in  stuffy cla-js-rooins and ollices, before  whirring machinery, on their knees  scrubbing floors,-they seem to have no  energy left to do anything towards  keeping fit when at length they have  done for the day. But.there' is such  a ridiculously simple exercise, which  takes only three to four minutes  every night and morning, ���������which, will  make all the difference in the world  to the tired -girl-worker. She. has  only to stand at her open bed-room  window, hands cm hips; and ;draw in  deep, long breaths".slowly, "sind'as slow-  ���������ly lot them out again,,,  And the wonderful change it makes.  Dull eyes become bright, sallow  chooks lake on a rich carmine, round  shoulders disappear, as do ugly hollows. ' And the effect on the mind  is just, as marvellous. Tills little  breathing exorcise breeds a cheery  optimism lu place of n dreary pessimism . Aiid all because llio sluggish  blood of the sedontary girl worker is  getting what It so badly needH���������moro  oxygen, ���������   ���������    . ���������  Anothei' pleasant 111 lie aid io beauty  Is the eating of an apple last thing  before retiring nl. night, The effect,  of such n remedy on (lie complexion  Is well-night, miraculous.  r  The   Bllusfcrafcioiri   shows  c  styles  jht Deflwery  22 1-2 H. P,  4 Cylinder  \m  Price of Car with above body  lettered as you   requite $1300.00  f. o. b. Clinton.    Get Catalogue and information from  CLINTON MOTOR GAR CO.; LTD., CLINTON, ONT.  Or STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  J  Mlimi'il'B Liniment.Co,, Limited,  Deal' Sirs,���������I had a Bleeding Tumor  on my face for a long time nnd tried  n number of remedlm without any  good resultH, I was advised lo try  MINAllD'S MNIMKNT, nnd after uh-  lng Hiiverul bottle*- It. made a complete, cure, nnd II lienlf-il nil up nnil  dlsnppeiireil nl Ingot hor,  DAVID IIIONniOUSON.  llollelHlo Htntlon,  KliJK*'    Co,, ..Wll,,  S-Iopl,   17, 1001,  For the last ten yenrs llio average  numbor ol! days worked por week by  the miners .of tho United Kingdom averaged 5,10.       ���������     i ������������������   -���������,'���������.-:  Putney llrlilgii, iic.1i' London, whloh  P Is pi'opuHi'i'. in wld.*ii. wiih only built  i-vi*iiiy-l'l\f- years ngo,  Mlnanl't Liniment Cnmi Coldi, Etc.  WOT AXD HCAITH T0 MOTIIW AHIWWLI.  it*.*, v/tntt.tiw'i BuoTiifMrt ������������nor kn  mttt tor out MIXTV VICAl.Ob/ MlMi"  PftrnuHiJ fur rn������lr ciiirYiniM  fUKriUMU. with MUr-icr SfltCBt-,    ,  iooiuuuth*-oiur.u, lOPTCiiitn*tTuMi  6...... , m .,...,,,i ,  U������*...   ,' ." -���������" -hV.,'. . , TT-  XUmtit rnntdy for niAURIirf.A,   it U ������W  filmic'.)    L.i,t.'.lt!l.     ll. *,.!*  Mi   t.f   till!   "l-Jtlj  Wiiittow'i Hnatklm Hvrup," tail Uk������ tm Ham  I in J,  T-ruitj>.|**c (���������������*!������������������ tMUlt,  Pre*Nuutliil Sacriflccr.  A i'i* yon Kolng lo *.-,hi'* up snioKIm??  * ei uniii,* ,  And (li'iiikliijt'.'  Cltully.  And yiu. will ivhIhh Iiuih nil your  (���������!llll<i?  WUIIiiKly,  Think, (h.'jin-ht, If llii'iv Ih .'inyihlng  *���������!;>  vou  '\'|!|    "i'.-c li|)  Wiil,  mm* one ililug,  I  give up nil  I'lei nf iirirrvlin* yon.  Tint plum- of Hie (I.T.P. provide r������u*  i* three i tn 11 vn mil hoiim*- iind freight  .dieds as well h������i an Industrial spur  ti'iuil'. fifty mlleri of Ki'iidlug (in (lie  Cut Knll'e bi'iiuoli I'm hi Hn ftlr* ford In  well nnil'*! wny mul ll in antlclpulod  Mini Htcel will ho Inld"tlilt'i full In lltno  td take ('iir<' of the cropH from Ihe  l\..i.���������n:\   .ml  Ci*.!   K'i"V  .1'  .li.tf.i'  At Delhi, the new capital of ,|nilln,  tU.������ (Wr.eriiuntit  luilhllnns are  Ui hi*  r>r*"''*.| n' a eof-r of J>'J,0OO,<i00,  W   N. U. 918  )OI)JD!> :-\  .,$*; >*\* 1   *M   \V%   Wm*   1     y  ������������������V,}������>^������������,i^V)<,������3i||(������X-ia^l|ftw,������ji-ta jrl,^..t_i,-*f,i.  ������������������Y^WfWmW;?''-:  Spnrgcoii was once .v,.l(ed If Ilie  mini who Icarneil lo play a cornet on  fJiindny would go to henveti,  The great pi'ene.hei,,H reply w.ih  (���������liiii'iiotnrlHtlc, Snld ho, 1 don't s.'-o  why lie should nol, l*u!~-afirT a pause  ���������I (loiilit wlu'lhei' Uie mnn next door  will, , *,*-  My lit ilo girl, ������ years old. In un  itulo enlliiisliiKt', One dny she hud  been out for u Imig ride and reaeheil  lu-inn nt hixlLlnie, IJelni; tired, .ulie  llirew iiei-rit'ii iicrowis Inn bed .uni .-n������ii.  O, maiim, my Hit:' :ire flnl,  Co8tlvene83 and Its Cure.���������When  the excretory organs refuso to perforin their functions properly tlio In-  tostlnoH become clogged. This is  known ns coHtlvenous and if neglected  glvoB line to dangerous complication'*.  Pavmoloo'H Vegetable Pills will effect  a speody cure. AL tho lirst Intimation of this ailment th^Hiifforor should  prociiro n pricket of the pills nnd put  hiii-Bolt miller u courso of treatment.  Tr������ good offectH ot���������llio |)IHh will bo  alumni, linmodtately evldenf,  The Northern Trusts Company  HEAD OFFICE,    WINNIPEG  Til* company ������ot������ In thu ������apnolty of  TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  r.nd wo iihall b������ Kl*d to forward copy ot   our   Booklet   "Hom������ij_iB|  r.bowt Truot������, Truitftoa and Trunt ComptnlM." on requmt  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  FARM PROPERTY AT CURRENT  OPINTERE8T  RATE!  Too Plain and Homely  Mrs. Hi-own hnd udvei'tlsed for a  genot'iil H'M'Viint, and umldHl, flu* huge  number of replies lo her ndvoi'tlsenienl  she maiie nn a|M>oiniuieiii. imiu mm\  Smith. I  Accordingly,'Hho luiorvlewed Ihe  iippllcniit In her drawing-room.  Of course, roniiivkoil Mnry, In n  Plli'lll voice, I Hhouliln't lio expfcled to  clean Hl-iveH, or wash up dlshon, and  I whan't be required In nn������w-ei' tjie  door, or diist tuiy of tlio roomsV    ������������������ -..  MohI eerliilnly nol, iiiiKiveroil Mm.  IL, In a ���������>nlneil voice. I should  never preminie to ft������k my Hervatif to  do any Mich tlilnp. All I v. ani In  a servant to look ni, ami I'm afraid  you're much too plain for UiaiWluoii  rooming*  Scotland l������ft������ ������ total populiilion not  much move limit half thai of (Ireiitoi*  Loin'/Hi.  My lll.llo !l*yenr*old oiuno Into my  room one morning proudly showing  thai, ho luul put on and Initionecl up  IiIh shoes I'or lhe lirst time,  As tho buttons wero on ������������������tho Inside  of tho foot, I said: Rut, my dear, thoy  nro on tho wrong feet. Well, wllh  a High, 1 haven't, any other fool.  CLEAN   HANDS  *���������  15o * Tin, .   ���������-,  Dor*'! ItlUM r.wil������������u Willi a iiIimpImIUUah  ���������Hip uu������oniouui. ind titHi niNn  OT.ltNlit. Will tamota ataaia ���������������* ���������**-(���������������  ���������(kit klata,  Weak Kidneys Don't Cure  Themssim  Thfy need ������u������h help at Naliim provliUi,  An fxri'llijiii aid to Impuirml Itldnnyti \%  K-tmt nitre,  nsimln in  1 c������nffc.?;*������������������  DrCIarKls  'Sweet Hitrfe  PILLS  It 1.1 oni- of (he imiMlv������  MM* in  !>H. UI.AIUC'a SWP,hT  7HTIUC I'lUJI ������ml in holped In lu  work by ttv* oilier oplt'iullil me<U t  IoIiim.   Tnko .DU.   CLAHK'Hl  "KCT  NITHK, VtUS al  mie when yon hnve Umo  Imck, paint In tlm Jolnti,  -iot������ before the ryM.fnqupiit  liMil-tclin, ������l������.   Vbey help you to hetllli  kfeji you well,    Nnlil everywhere tl  ty etui* * box or mtileil dlroot by  anil  THE MARTII, I0LE 1 WYNNE 61,  YTUWlpair, Oanada 4'<.  Economy  Tho HervlcoH In .tho chupol of u nor-  lulu woHtr-rn univorHlty nro from tlmo  to time conducted by eminent olorpty-  men of many donomlnntlons nnd from  mnny cltieH.  v)u u.ic uvvt*,^^.ii w'cu or.*' -���������]��������� ��������� .'c'*'-  vlHitlng dlvHneH iifllted tho prcHldent  of the uiilverHlty how long he Hhould  i-pealc, thnt witty oilloor replied:  There is no limit, doctor, upon tho  Unit* you mny preach; but I moy toll  yon thnt. thoro la n tradition horo that  tho mo-it soiilrt urn savni durliur fho  fir*t twenty*ilvo nilniitoH.  (,.'nil*  forth  thplr  they  Not a Waiter  Ariiuut  wild i4Uiik unii hiii'������'  btiKH. thu livo Irlithinou Hiillleil  In  Heareh of Hpoil.   " It wuh  flrnt  venture  n't,  f-lioollnjs  nnd  woro tL'Piulfitlly keen.  Suddenly Cixm-y npolloil n bird; and  trtlflntf (Mreful uim, preinired to tiro  tho fatal Hhol,, Then Put m-ls-eil lilm  by ilt.fi arm frnntlenlly.  For niorcy'n enlco don't, flre, Cnney,  he yolled. Sure, nn' ye've forBotteu  to load your B������nl  That'H au mny he, my tail, vetorieil  Cim-y, but flre I intuit, no-'orrali  iho bird won't wall.  He-  money  puffH.  She -  clf'ur.-i.  My  in  dear, you Hpoiul too much  laliio hnlr.     Look lit yonr  And you upend too mueh  Look nl your ouffa.  In  In tlio conKCHlert area of a town *  common fly can harbor from 800,00ft (���������  rW������,OO0,OOO bacteria, while lu the b������*  burl-* It carriod only itpwiinU ot  20,000,  "      I  r     'I THE WRWS. CUMBEULAND. B. ������'  Wt'f'MT'Mtt'WTTftl'T'I'lvtfTW.  IA Gallant Old  Bachelor  * i  ��������� -  1 He Had  a Curious Adventure In Paris.  S  i������  <_������������������  ��������� ������,  Y.  By  DONALD ALLEN  J**l'**,l''l'*,*^*->**>**'M,*4^,H,**iMi>  Mr. Cyrus Stebbins, attorncy-at-law  ������nd a resident ot Philadelphia, had  eomo legal business to transact in Paris, and, knowing that It would take  61m several months to accomplish it  ���������ud being a man who preferred peace  ���������nd quietness, he looked nbout for lodgings and soon found what he wanted.  Mr. Stebbins had turned tho slity  Mark, aud thero were young and envious attorneys who spoke of him as old !  Stebbins. He had never married, and  there wero other young and envious attorneys who said that it wna a blessed  good thing for at least one woman that  lie hadn't The fact waa that Mr.  Stebbins was bitter, cranky and not at  ���������11 willing lo extend tho glad hand. He  had never been known to exhibit the  least consideration for womankind,  even, when ono of them was on Ilie  ���������land for him as n witness.  Ouo day in walking about with his  hands clasped behind his back and his  ���������boulders humped over the old lawyer  happened on nn auction room. There  was a sale going on, aud in idle curiosity ho dropped In. An escritoire was  up for bidding. It was an antique. The  lids were low and tho auctioneer indifferent, and as a result the lawyer  found himself the owner of the piece of  furniture at what be���������knew to be about  one-third its value.  A minute after It was knocked down  to him a man came rushing in and  seemed greatly put out that the escritoire had been sold. When he found  that Mr. Stebbins was the new owner  ho took bim aside and said:  "That article was Included by mistake among a lot of other goods sent  here for sale.   It belonged to a friend  of mine wbo is dead and was really  left tb mo by his will.   I will give you  100 francs advance on your bargain.'*  Mr. Stebbins was sorry If any one  In Paris had died and sorry If any mistake hnd been made in loading up vans  with furniture, but he couldn't see his  way clear to parting with his purchase.  The offer was Increased lo 200, 300,  COO, but in vain.   He said he might sell  It when ho waB ready to leave Paris,  but not before.   The escritoire was removed to his lodgings and rubbed up  ���������  bit, and  Its next adventure took  ���������place-a-week-later.  removed, and Mr. Stebbins' went over  II Inch by Inch. Hs was- in the* midst  of his work wheu the lady's maid returned to say:  "1 came here and told you ��������� story,  and I nm sorry for It"  "I have no doubt; the Jury will tako  that into consideration," grimly replied  the lawyer.  "I will now tell you why I wanted to  look Into the escritoire," she continued.  "The date ot a certain person is written on the bottom of one of.the drawers or some other place. I was offered  a thousand francs to get it"  "But you got over your faint too  soon."  "Will monsieur put his price on the  piece of'furnituieV"  "Monsieur won't. I'll take the old  thing all to pieces and find out what  you folks want of it."   .  "If monsieur would take, say, '2,000  francs"���������  "I'm busy this evening, my dear."  She stood for a moment as if wondering how she could accomplish her object and then burst into tears and  took her departure. Mr. Stebbins peeked and, peered and worked for two  hours before he found tbe secret drawer, but It was discovered at last Tbe  contents-consisted of six letters from  a -woman to tx man. If he had beeu a  poet he might have had compunctions,  but as a lawyer instead he sat down  and read overy ono of those letters  with as much interest as If a breach  of promise caso was on tho tapis.  Borne of them he. rend over twice.  When-he had finished and tied them  up again he said lo himself:  "A jury wouldn't be ten minutes  bringing In a verdict of guilty after  reading those letters."  He had.searcoly eaten his breakfast  nexi morning when the landlady announced a lady caller.  "Is it that girl of last night again?'*  he asked.  "No; it is a grand lady. Such a bat  such diamonds!"  "Show tho lady and tbe hat and tho  diamonds up."  Mr. Stebbins knew that he stood lu  tbe presence of the real thing as soon  as his visitor entered.  "I Bhall speak tbe truth nnd say that  I bave come on account of the escritoire," sho began,  "I admire your candor, madauie. Always speak the truth ou the witness  stand. Several persous* have come ou  the came errand."  "It belonged to a gentleman  who  died very suddenly."  "How suddenly?"  "He was killed in a railroad collision. I desire to get some Indiscreet  letters written to him and which he  probably kept In that escritoire.  "But as the iast one was written a  whole year ago he had time to burn  them."  She looked himjn the eyes, but made  Humor and  ���������*     .Philosophy  . *r 9VftCAf* fit. SMITH  PERT  PARAGRAPHS.  VtJE know meu whose Idea of'belna  - perfectly wild consists in partaking of the free lunch.  Some persons have the oh-be-cheer-  ful habit so badly that they can actually enjoy their friends', misfortunes.  , jfhe man wbo reads a patent medicine almanac without finding out what  alls him must be hard to suit  There is r. woman on our street who  sayB Bho enjoys a rainy day, for It  makes her feel as weepy as a funeral.  The woman who plays whist for a  prize doesn't let little Willie play marbles for keeps.  Tho kind of trust that a woman  objects to Is the sort tbat makes her  husband indorse a noto for a"careless  friend.  Some nicu are millionaires as loug as  they have a nickel iu their pockets,  and other* see Iho poorhouse looming  op before them every time there cornea  ��������� rainy Saturday.  Be happy while you "may. Soon you  must listen to the campaign speller.  Some men are born fools, but never  find it out nntil their wives point It  out to them.  It is cheaper to buy your tomatoes  than to raise them, but it isn't half so  much fun.  The Plunderer.  A thief Is Time  And void of shame.  With frost and rime  ' He steals the flame,  The sparlc of youth  That In us blazed,  And without ruth  He leaves ua dazed  Of conscience void,  Sia sltpu aiong  (Himself la cloyed  Of mirth and son*.),  And withered, gear.  Our Joys lit desd.  Sweet thinta and dear,  Beneath hla tread.  And as ire writhe  He mocking stands,  Ilia gleaming scythe  Within his hands.  A harvest rare  Ta lila, in truth,  Nor doea he care  For age or youth.  MABEMITCHAT  i i  Summer Banking Scheme to Provide For the Fall Wardrobe.  BEING    FITTED    BY    PROXY.  SANDWICH TIMEr  T  The lawyer was ln the public library  ���������to look np seme dates connected with  Ids caso when he saw a roan who  closely resembled the one he had met  In the auction room. They did not  speak, and the trifle was forgotten in  flvo minutes.  Threo hours later tho lawyer got  to hla lodgings Just In time to, halt two  men who wero bringing his recent purchase downstairs to be loaded Into a  van/ The landlady explained that a  very nice French gentleman had called  and exhibited an order signed by Mr.  Stebbins, and of course aho thought It  wns all right to let tbe article go. The  man be had Been In tbo library hnd  put up the Job lo get possession of the  escrltolro.  Mr. Stebbins sat dawn to reason It  out He had paid CO francs for the  , piece of furniture. Be hnd been offered  COO francs adrancc. The piece wasn't  worth tho monoy. Why was tho man  so anxious, then, to get It Into his possession? It had been pretty closely  examined whon first brought home. It  was now given another li-spocl'ot), but  iho lawyer could discover no secret  drawers. He gavo tho landlady strict  orders and went his way.  Ten days later lio. told her he, would  lie gone all day. Half an hour nfter  1 leaving the house he returned for somo  .forgotten, data'nnd found her showing  his room to a Btrnngar-lho man ho..had  met twice before. Tho stranger hurried away without excuse, and tlio  landlady aald sho was showing tlio  room becnuso the gentleman stood  ready to tnko it as soon ns Mr, Stebbins vacated. The caller had looked at  ' nnd admired the escrltolro and had  even moved It about, but had taken  nothing from It, Bhe was tnll'tul to In  plain, legal Philadelphia language anil  lior koy takon uwny. *���������>/  A couplo of weeks passed awny bo*  foro iiuytlilng moro happened. Thon  iih tho lawyer sat rending ono evening  tlio liimlliuly.ipn.me up wllh n young  woman behind her. This young woman wns plainly but neatly dressed  mul looked lo ho a Indy'a nmld. Sho  In trod ii ecu* herself, and llio .landlady  left. Sho hnd friends In Philadelphia,  mid, learning Hint Mr. Slchblns was  from that city, she had mndo bold to  call on bim lo nsk for Information. Tho  lawyer didn't IhjIIpvo her story for n  minute, btil; whllo ho wns [irppnrlnc lo  ilrnw hor out nud show up her Inconsistencies Nlio Hiuldenly chipped her  "'���������mil over he.' heart nnd lumblert fl^-m  tn n fttlnt, Of courso Mr. flto'hblns sum'-  monpil tho landlady-Hint Ih, Iio started  to go tlowi-Blnlrfi lo her, liW room hnving no (-ell. when a hiwyurllko Idoa  en ine to lilm, null lie turned about, Uo  Minn Just In lime to (Ind Hie fainting  tli'l nt work nt Iho escritoire. Hho  ���������ci'oiiiiieil, Then ������he wns taken by tlio  onr and led lo the door nud crvemonl*  ously bowed out,  "Bir, you are no gentleman'" tlie ex.  claimed as she went.  "MlM, you flro not it success aa i  falnloatl" ho called after her,  The escritoire wns now hnnlpd Into  the middle of the room, ell the tfrawere  "no reply,  "There are documents that Bhould be  sacredly preserved and documents that  should be burned as soou-ns read."  The lady inclined her head..  "My advice to you as a lawyer Is not  to write at all."  She bowed again.  "This package is whnt you are after,  madame, and I present it to you, with  my compliments."  And, with a wave and a bow, he took  the package of letters from his pocket  and presented it to her.  "Monsieur, t am grateful," she roup*  mured.  "Tush, tush I"  "I shall bold you in dear remem-  branee."  "Hun along, countess. The Jury says  not guilty, but don't do it again, You  have your letters. I havo the escritoire, and I'll use that secret drawer to  keep my comic valentines In."  Old *rjme*Bji_thlef.___  He steals away "  The moments .brief  Of love and play,  leaves in their stead  The gray of years.  The silvered head.  The Bears of tears.  A Trained Nurse'e Idea For Protecting  the fop and Bottom Rails cf Handsome Brass Beds���������Hopeless Prevalence of Boredom.  My Dear Blsa���������I've hit on a fine*  plan for saving money. You know  thnt In a few weeks tho melaucholy  days of autumn will be here that  bring wllh them an awful sense ot  dllnpldatlou in oue'8 wardrobe. Literally when I get back from tho summer's wanderings abroad I haven't a  rag that Is presentable to wear.  To forestall this dreary Flora Mc-  Fllmsey state I havo Instituted a home  savings bank system. It's this: I have  two miniature banks. ,Ouo I keep In  my bedroom, aud one I bnve installed  in the butler's pantry. The use of two  banks saves mo a lot of steps, for  when downstairs I can drop my mite  Into the threo coin registering bank,  which rings once, twice or livo times,  according to tbe amount of the coin  deposited.  The bedroom bauk is really a very  ornamental affair of gold striped Japanese   steel,   brass   trimmed.     These  money   saving  contrivances,   besides  registering the amount dropped into  tbem, lock and unlock automatically.  I put In my banks only tbe money I  can actually save by uu economy like  walking, when otherwise I might bo  Inclined to lake a car, or doing without  an Ice cream soda, wheu I would like  most awfully to "blow" myself. These  pesky old money grabbers also absorb  my candy pennies, and when 1 deny  myself  some  chocolate  coated  caramels or favorite sweet I mentally picture tbat I am adding an attractive  new feature to my fall wardrobe by  this self denial.   -It's a- heap  more  ���������satisfactory thnn to be confronted by  nu empty pap r candy box as Uie ouly  reminiscence  of   squandered   shekels  after tho confectionery has been eaten.  If I  havo a dollar or so left over  from fall gowns, etc., I'm going to put  H in one of the new dress forms that  'theshops are carrying.   Every woman  ! knows what it Is to feel like dropping  lu  her tracks from_ standing lo have  frocks lilted.   You know what g slow,  nerve racking process it is.   But cheer  up, sister, for there's comfort ahead���������  an invention thut does away with this  toil ure.    'J'ho dress form to which I  Here Aro Some Delightful Novelties  Which Will Appeal to tho Potato.  With the vacation season at ite  height the demand of the moment it*  for trifles such as bors d'ocuvro and  sandwiches. Suppers served from buffets aro In order. There aro teas, picnics, little festive gatherings of so  mauy different kinds that tho cook  who has a skilled hand Is much In  requisition. Here are some delightful  sandwich novelties:  Savory Sandwich Butler.���������Cream or  knead about four ounces of fresh butter and mix it with one teaspoonful ot  any on������ of the following ingredients:  Finely grated horseradish, chopped  parsley, green herb puree, curry paste, ;  anchovy paste or bloater paste. Krona  or paprika pepper Is also used for mixing- with butter and makes ft capital  sandwich butler. Tho above will be  found decidedly good for buttering  tlllnly cut bread for sandwiches.  Stuffed Eggs a ia Russc.-Shell four  hard boiled eggs nud cut cadi in half  crossways, then carefully remove the  yolks and rub through a tine sieve nnd  mix with a Utile seasoned mayonnaise  cream. With this refill the while of  eggs. Cover the surface with a good  layer of seasoned caviar, ltango the  halves of stuffed eggs thus .prepared  neatly on a dish on a bed of small cress  or else finely shredded green salad,  preferably lettuce. Keep tbo dish on  the ice till required for table.  Princess   Sandwiches.���������Pound  in   a  mortar till smooth about eight ounces  of cooked chicken, free from skin nnd  bones, then add one ounce of butter  and mix thoroughly; now add one des-  6crtspoouful   double  cream,   one  lea-  spoouful lemon juice and season with  salt and a good pinch of paprika pep*  "per.    Work   the   mixture  until   Quito  smooth and then put on a plate, Blanch,  drain and skin four walnuts or six almonds aud cut tbem into thin slices.  Spread the prepared mixture upou thin  slices of buttered bread, arrange the J  sliced walnuts upon the chicken puree. ;  Tress tiie slices together in the usual j  way, then cut Ihem into desired shapes, ;  dish up, garnish with sprigs of watercress or parsley aud serve.  Hamburger Sandwiches. ��������� Cnt very  thinly the required number of slices of  smoked German ham sausage, liuttcr  some tbiuiy cut slices of whito or  browu bread, spread over each with a  little German or French mustard and  theu a layer of thinly sliced gherkin.  Lay the slices of sausage between each  two thiu slices of buttered bread and  proceed to trim and finish the sandwiches in tho usual way.  THE NEW COLLAR.  8tyl������s In Robespierre  Effects    Are    Lcflon.  ihb IjATest RooEsr-iEnr.K oonnAn.  Tbe variations of the ltobesplerro  collar are legion. Every dny a new  style comes out. This collar la very  tall at the back and slopes deeply at  the front The black bow and loug  ends add smartness.  Breakfast Looks.  The Gncst compliment I have ever                      hoard paid to a woman, said a woman  t-Tef er ea n-Ve"a(i jusfed^  eate your  figure.    Tho bust can  be   said in speaking of her, "We always  i made auy size you want it, also the  i hips.    Ve all have one defect or nn-  ! other.   Possibly oue arm Is longer thau  tho other, or "it mny be a hip is tbe  _   *  faulty  member.    Even  these defects  Another View of It. ' cau  be duplicated in  the new dress  "Don't do that any more, you blame*,   form, and the lovely part of the whole  Spelling In tho Year 1408.  By tho following, which is an exact  copy of tho first paragraph in tbe will  of Honry IV. of England, written In  January, 140S, It will be seen that even  kings are not always good (-pollers:  , "In the name of God, Fadlr, Son und  Holly Qost, threo Tersous and one  God, I, Hencry, sinful wrcch by the  Graco of God Kyiog of England and  ITramice, tho Lord of Irland, being limy hole uiynd, male my testament In  mauero nnd forme Hint auyth, Fyriat, I  bequelho to Almighty God my sinful  soul, tho whyoho had ncvere been  worthy of tho man, but thro' bys mercies and bys erase, which lyffo t  haven't myspondyed thereof I put my-  selfo wholly In his gritse and meroye  wllh all ntyn horte, Also I thanke my  lordls throw the peplo for llio trow,  scrvyfie Hint they have dtino unto ine,  and I auk them forgyvrjlo If 1 hnslli  mysonlrotcd thorn in cny wysc."  It will also ho uototl that Henry, be-  Hides not hoing up to tho standard as n  speller, had a peculiar hnblt of spelling one word in different way*,  hobo, youl"  "Wbat'll you glvo me IT I douH? 1  am open to negotiations."  "Well, bore's ray proposition. Take  It or leavo It. Don't do that any more  and I'll glvo yon nothing. Do it again  and I'll glvo you thirty days. I am a  police judge."    Tho Way It Goes.  "'Why did he fall 7"  "He used a lot of high priced advice  In a low priced business.!'  "Well, i know n way he might got  back."  "How?"  "Sell the advice to the general pub  lie."  Advice.  "I nm caught  on ouo ot tin  horns of a dilemma. What have  you to offer by  wny   of   eugges*  thing Is oue form will do for tbo entire  family. Tho makers of this rare aud  radiant device sny that it docs not gee  out of oi Jer nnd (but it will Inst indefinitely. Another advanlago Is that it  can bo folded up and put away when  not lu use.  I I am getting very practical these  ! days, and nt the risk of boring you I  ! am going to suggest nnother conlrlv-  ' ante. This lime n trained nurse' wus  tho. clever Inventor. Tho pntlent sho  wns nursing wtos particularly fussy  concerning tho welfare of her band-  eomo brass bed and beenmo nervous  l-when callers touched tho rail nt top  and bottom for four the perspiration  from thoir linncls would' dim the metal.  Personally I havo no sympathy with  such fusslnoss, but there nro others.  .We'll, to protect tlio mil this young  nurse -..it strips of canton flauncl thnt  wore Just tho length of the top rail of  the head nud foot boards and wklo  enough to cover thorn. Theso sho haa  flttt'd wllh tapo on each Rldo, and she  Ilea thorn ever so neatly over tho cherished rails. Tho covers aro easily laim-  think of her as a morning glory because she looks so bright and cheery,  and pretty at the breakfast table."  How many breakfast tables are presided over by women who mako no  effort to be dainty! And there are a  great number who arc at once untidy  and even uncleanly to look nt.  The claim that household duties keep  women from looking well in Iho morning is easily disproved, for in mnny a  household whero tbe lady gives a helping hand 1n the kitchen a big apron  will thoroughly protect her dress, and  then, too, cooking, unless one makes  It so. Is never dirty work.  That woman commits an error who  looks uncared for and badly dressed in  tho morning.  The other woman who wears any old  thing to tbo breakfast table is also  mnklng a mistake, for that Is tho timo  who������ the men of the household ought  to seo a woman at her best and not  specially rely on her appoaranco In tho  evening, whon tho soft nnd charitable  light of llio gas will hide mnuy defects.  In Time For, School Days.  For schoolroom wear the little frock  pictured of dark bluo linen witli striped  ���������'cvora Is ideal.   Such a model Is not  only good for the first days of the new-  HUSBANDS IN THE WAY.  American Woman In Europe Tells  What a Nuisance They Are.  '.'hat "American husbands are a drag  ou their women folk when traveling  abroad" is tbe startling generalisation  made in a London paper on the"authority of an American woman.  After slating that American women  are considerably in the majority a minis  transatlantic visitors this summer nud  declaring tbat the fact is not without  Interest as marking the degree ot self  reliance nnd confidence with which  American women face an extended foreign-tour���������withQUt--a.mRle_eseort_ai"d���������_  sometimes without even the companionship of n woman friend, tbe paper  quotes an American woman whose husband Is tbe, head of a big furniture  roauufaclurlug firm at Grand tlaptds  as snying that she learned more about  England this season during a fortnight  ilouo than 9he had done in half a dozen  previous visits uuder the clceronage of  her husband,   She added:  "1 dou't mean merely gelling nbout  and finding places and scheming and  plotting to keep my day full of inlcresl  Bnd enjoyment, but moro especially the  smaller but even more Important things  that make for happiness and comfort.  "For Instance. I can order ro������ dinner  at a restaurant now. For -years my  husband invariably ordered Ihe dishes.  Once, on our houeymoon In Paris, 1  ���������old I liked a vol an vent which my  husband ordered aud which I tasted  for tho tirst lime. Later on 1 expressed my warm approval of a tournedos.  "Now, would you believe 1������, for nine  years past vol au veut nnd tournedos  have been ordered for mo becauso of  that early appreciation, out of:'sheer  kindness. A now dish was never risked on me for fear I shouldn't like It  Isn't that like a man?"  Hour .  "This: Y.oti nro  dero(] W|,en t],cy aro soiled.  /���������ncC-oV***-4**  very unfortunate  iu your choleo ot  adventure." i  "What do you  mean?" !  ���������Ton should  get y o u r s o 11  caught on the  horn of plonty,  It In boll) safe  and comfortable."  I  A Cold Mere Pleasant,  Air. Ti'lciito (unxloiisly'-My dear follow, what n dreadful cold you havel  Mr. Hlvongnmn-yes; I get u cold  now and then-uiy ouly nllmont,  Mr. Ti'leiiro���������Hut thnt'n very wrong.  I now get a cold, nml you wouldn't  ellltor If you treated yourself as I do,  Mr, Slronirmnn-rWoll, how, for In-  t'tr.r.ccV "  Mr. 'I'l'IrMit'f-T tnko a Turkl-di ha Hi  every week-lfa excellent fer my rhwi-  mntlsni, 1 flnd-nud innssngo twice  u week; (hat's for iiiHotnnlii. I raroly  sloop moro thnn hit bourn tiny nlglir,  (hen a cold plunge Die flrnt thing lu  the morning for my lungH and u two  mile walk, I seldom tnko much break-  faat, DyapppRln'n too hid. I drlnlc  about three quarts ot hot' water during tlio day for my liver, and then I  take a nerve totilo nt night I tell  yon, my hoy, If you'd follow my���������  Mr, Blronsrann-Oh, I hanks very  much, hut���������pr-an-l Ihiiik I'd rathfr  b^ve a fold.-Lcniloo Aim wen,  Persevering.  "Do you think Fan \vl  rupturing CburlloV"  "IVell, I think uho'II keep nflor him  an long ns her niniminltloii holds out"  "Ammunition V'  "You; powder nnd paint, you know.'*  The Dear Crsstursl  "Will you marry rooV"  "Hut yon can't make your llvlnprl"  "Hut 1 thought you'd bo such n help."  "IMp tt\r whnO"  "Why, help mo to mnko my living."  Whire He Slipped Up.  "He snyn ho never made a tuUtnke  In his life,"  "That's one."  The MelleUus Woman.  ������������������Are yon fond of your neighbors*!",  ������������������STes, when I get them In n pickle."  Tho Truth About It.  It Isn't wise to criticise  And smslt flaws plok, tiul Hitn  Tlio man who buys * cantaloupe  And llttens to tr*t fro������er's dope  Um con Metre In mse.  For guest rooms a less practical  but moro sightly cover for tho rails  would hu glnzed orgmidlo, cut iu strips  long and wldo enough to Blip ovor  sutiKly nnd sowed ut the ends to avoid  -tying. This papery organdlo lu very  perishable, but In a plneo whero so  llltle wear comes as lu a Rucst room It  Is practical enough, and It 1s so transparent that It detracts Iltllo from tho  nhocti of tho brass, Tho canton flannel  fovors nro advlsnliJo for sickrooms at  any snnson of tho yonr,  Talking nbout boredom, did you  ever mop to think how wonderfully  succeed In . ].rov������1*ent It Is In this modern world?  Jt BOinctlmftH snonta Hint most of UR  dovoto '"ost of our tlmo nowadays to  avoid being bored. I do (ho moat ab-  Kurd things to dodgo thia dreadful  fnto. At ono tlmo "ennui" was lhe  ������po Inl misfortune. of tho lolsuro  dims, but nowadays It Is no longer a  pi'lvllego-lt Is a common heritage.  Anil tho hopeless pnrt about It Is  .that there nro rcnlly no cures for "on-.  f full'"  -in  thftt-n   nro  fct- nlinnst   pvpi'V  nther dlsenfio. except In excnptlonnJ  canes whero an nntouiobilo tour has a  good effect.  y������u ico I'm In a ycsulmlsttc mood,  mid In this frame of mint! I foci that  modern llfo Is merely s conspiracy  egnlnst Iho life Unit rcuily nmucis.  Most of uso nro moro liiliiiested lu the  things Hint don't actually mnttur-sti-,  perfielal Hiliigs-thai- with those that  welly count Of course tho llfo Hint  counts Is equally near to us did we  but hpad If. nnd far more satisfylnr  did we but know hew, bul ho., few of  B* I'ver fry!  Keir Vork MAUBL.  Secret Lockets,  Would you hnvo something quite  now and different to wear on your  pretty, long chain? Then hero are  some fascinating lockets wllh a compartment for a hidden picture. Thoy  may bo turned nud twisted and oi-  qmined roost minutely and still retain  tlio secret of the Inclosed portrait.  Neither hinge nor crevice Is to lie scon,  and the bejowelcd and ornamented  cover will doty the detectlou ot the  secret picture.  These lockela aro handsomely carved  In mnny beautiful designs, ami they  aro shown In the Jowolry shops In  tnrloiis shapes nnd sizes. Bomo are  studded wllh diamonds or pearls sud  ������lliui'B with lhe colorod stones,  Ono charming locket Is net wllh nn  amethyst nnd threo boaiiUlnlly tinted  baroque pearls, whllo from It Is hub-  ponded a  large bnrorpie prnrl as a  pOllltllllt.  Another Is set wllh a large lopns,  end (his gold locket Is butivlly csried  ��������� nd elmseil.  ir*** *!'<<:'>,;Mk'.<''r!^''-H'-i  MOCK OF DallK ISM'15 MNK.N,  term, but for wenr nuotij.li the entire  winter mouths.  Modern schoolrooms aro to well heat-  oil nowadays that children nro wc.niuf  frocks nt lluen, gslalra mul iuwn i*\en  In  Hie coldest  weather under their  i warm, comfortsbl������ tup*, oat*,  Suffragettso In Butlapeit.  nudspust hns  been  chosen  ns Ihe  placo of meeting of (be intorusttonal  ''(.UlUli    .-.iililawt    ������j>'.������'..t������u'oi������    *</'    lis*  lovnilh Mi'Tiiil.trcen.trn"'* .'nne 1*VW.  3013. Dr. Slefnn von Iturory, lord  mayor nMTniilnpMt, Is quolPil 'ns wti-,  liiK Hint ho will bo happy to wola-me  Iho coiigrpf'S In Hilda prat, heaiust* Ihe  innvoiMfiil mint lit> artvnni'Pil bv nil  rlulit H'lnUiig lui'h. U" is expi'ited  that. dPlcgnlcs will for Hip llrsl Hiup  Include women from India, l-'gypl mut  | Java, The Huninii'lnn Men's l.fnjttto  Tor Wouinn SuffraiiP has dechhul to  1 Invite (he Men's lnl������-mnH*m������l l.i-asne  IV W'i;il!in Fuffr:-^ t'i li**M !!*������ r1t*������t  ceiit*rnl incrtlng lu   Itndnp-ii  ���������turlnf  , the ii-.-.*'uii of Hit '."'ii*; *���������>���������* of w"!.'.**, rm*mmmMy���������Xmm**J.mVPm.v  ^mmm-mmi-m.*m..t*.mm\m^t^i, ant   , ^ li|il*-������'-la-SI'ff>0-1  j- ji Vi".Mi\a**ctjm*rim:������**-*vm*������t*Mmm^^ n*mirrrfmi.r*sPi  OT1 NEWS, CUMHEmLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  rprcx.  -JJUMW rMUOVUI  -*%*���������*---��������� .*l������l  I       V   S2.75 a pair  Gu'y  iJlank'-lts from   AVIiiru Hli\Bl������-*ts   .<(���������{)  C'-mfoitt-'i'S from  ix pair  s:i  each :Kvd up  A rev/ Sb:!- of ?>-iens:?n Tsblcs. Parlo-r Table? und Chairs of  (^"^^^rr all Uluils, li'.-'t i-^civ-uJ -^r^-^")  \i������ always carry a is-.. ���������������������������._->':!���������. cf Gadsa,id [tedding,  ictona,  li.  l'lione <-;04  THOMAS' CROSS!KC,  Sidney, P.. C. Phone K 36  Cumhc  .������������������M IO   ���������������������������������"���������<*  erland, B.C.    .  ���������  Phone }$  .___.->  . NAKANO ���������& CO,  RSAL ESTATE AGENTS  ii  it  I  a  I  H  "^   ji:-'u* OiTicE 318, lusgaard St.  ?!  VICTORIA, H. 0.  r MiwimZmmnrjcFa rv** r-nr ������r VK*-T**Vfmi ��������� ������rir--w---3<sirrt-srs9ac������������fr-*^oo������s,������  THE CANADIAN  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  iftVing  5 as*:' l������rlirs$s*.s  Fuwcet .'-��������� Slove* nml ;*..'in������������;c*' ntv tlio .���������������������������-t.  (' A LI.���������AN I)- INS!'I:(JT---TI! EM.  L-vf������>tA*xu.,^j*^*^w* .���������*'*T-**\i,-r*ic������jej������ii-a*.J������."n  1  " 3  < v7"> (F������**&^<j^-**^ji'*������:As,*^^ lM^*!-5i8*'*/^*:!>i-������*l%a^<^*,l*,  "*���������������������������,  ���������r  - b ������������j-t-n  f  ,������1M*'.-*.������������-^-*.-"������JF������V*-W.il  -^-*wrw ���������*��������������������� *rv ar -  )";X!)���������A   ������-;o;<l locke*. Ap  .? i ?  office.  AlUtiVAL    AND    JJU'ART-   f������  1 '(������������������.it.l* Central Kurope is to-day  a Luiiiti'-' caldron   of strife   nnd  URE OF MAILS  Departure of Mails  '"tier day. ,. ..7. In p. in  ;,!K>jTif; ing bloodshed.   Well  will j Thursday nud Saturday... .(> n. 111.  ���������ii. !>������������������ i!'. ihe "Powers"   do not be j     .       Per S.S. Cowjehi!-.*:  !  t  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Con-pnny's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  " Wines and Liquors.  .ONEY ORDERS'  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, aro a salo, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any banlc in Canada {except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following1 rates t  $5 and under ���������., ...<���������    3 cents  Over    5 and not exceeding ������10 ���������..,.   C     "  "    10     M ���������' 36.., ..10   M  "     30      " " 50 15     '*  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  8.8  Sunday.  P*  in.  .drawn iuto the murderous strife.  True staU'sineu  aud  veal  lovers!   ..(.'oinox and District  ' of 1 be race,   sincerely pray.,   that  Tuesday'-;.., 12 15 p. i;i,  .a sal i--factory settletnent may l*e  reached before wise ���������.nia'iglu-  ?ue .is ure precipitated.   ,  When individual neighbors  ioie their temper and -assail each  .o'il":-:.-"'with intent to kill onlool'-  .eis'reyard them as danp-efous. If  ether combatant takes the life of  liis antagonist, .anest and punish  /���������jn-^'t follow and society,., agree-  ���������ing witli the civil eourt, brand1'  him mnrderei-. The offense in-  (Cfcasco. in direct proportion to  tin-- knowledge, of all parties in  V-lyed,  Too often-when .tiatirus dcl���������  ���������3ig tho earth with the blood of  ii-'iyhboiing natious they sue  .lauded fer, their achievement'^  -.hi-jr.honor being baf=,e4 upon  the slaughter of their fellow men  Wherein does war between na-  -ti->i:������ differ from yvar between iu  dividua\'men ?' By what prcc?."s  o" rearoning can cue he- made  -J'ight and the other urong?  J;o������ s not the one code of ethics  Apply iu both en.e������ ��������� alike? In  .eith.er ca?e self, defense, even lo  the destruction of human "life,  is justifiable, but. bloodshed in  r.fty instance is without excuse if  jt cau be avoided, Most, wars  could have beeu prevented by  (Common heuse and patience,  Tlie Spani.-h American war  was incited by news pa pert-* and  jmblii'. speakers-vrho kindled nnd  led the infernal fires of haired  aud strife until tliu destvuefon  of the ''Maine" (a fancied act  and insult by the Spauuuds).pro-  divced a national explosion of previously generated and stored fn  iy. Statesmen, headed by Vresi-  dcut McKinley, had up to lhia  ti.iif. held back (in uurcu-oniug  i opulaco, but new wtre co.npef  led 10 submit lo the iucviiab'c  cud nominally lead but in I'nel  follow the blind .army lo the  field of .sink and dea'h  W'ednesday'and Friday 4.80 p.m?  Arrival  of Mails'  Tuesday afternoon. "Wed-  nei-dav and Friday nights  .    _s ���������' ���������       aj O  Comox and District-- "  Wednesdays, Thursdays* .  ���������  ai.d Saturdays  .���������Per S. S. Cowichan  Friday afternoon aiid  Sunday ���������mornings  SECOND ' STREET  V&&*  ta^-K ,^*Jtm\A~-J^**XmmJtA,\'ISm^**^^  ITmT������mm*m**~-aamT.mtm\ m^tJSki *.  iMJEur* .-wi M\-Xmmmt^jno*am*f wn f*-*.x~a. icw  lillll 1II s nil  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.  We have a large number of onqniri*.*E for acreage in  Comox Valley ; if you have anything to t-oll, LIST  WITH US,  We are AUCTIONEERS  L1������  1! K  %*>t  should bo mado hy means cf our SPECIAL  FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued withoat delay bt -reasonable rates.  1. UMBEKLAND BKAHCU W.T.WHITE,   Mnnnge  t_rK__Y_*3_C33K������'reTr2-*X3E3L2,-3^  iB*SBSS&*4GB9  >w!iiiiiiitiiiiiiui!iniiiHiii:uiii!ii[ini!i'n!iiiiiiui'i!'niiii!i!ax  i ������  3  7&z*+l  t%\$.  xmmx mtiiB mmm  i-V  ���������c-t  GOVERNMENT ST. VICTORIA, B. C.  ���������Oomplele Slock of-"Ye Okie Firme"  I  13  5*i  I-*  l>  ���������Ul  13  1*1  li  ��������� H  trt  U  3  Mesfrs Hardy and Bisc.oe,���������Auctioneers, Courtenay,-.will offer for j SEE 'US if you want a pale and we. will arrange one at .the shorto  ?ale'hy auction   on   Wedno&day.j possible notiee and get the  UES'P PRIOES.  Nov. 20th,.a number   of   choice .' nATTO-TPN A V  btjihling. hitis', well-   built   C room ^>\J U Xto 1 AiaJL^I II jl ,  ho-i-e etc., all overl-jokin^ C  st  )H)Oa  frur������r*9������f*-4i^TiCK  Hay.    Full pnrticular*- and ph,ns  may be had from the auctioneer.   lL    X ^'U ^^ l  Courtenay.    Phone 10.  ���������T"R etai i"De"a i err  _n-.._/^ 3_   L/i \ - vjuihiS���������  in Grade Silk,   Cotton  (T-aning and Repairs $r 50  Rej-tairs i/O0  ifeng #at!g.@ii.  Manufacturers   of Ladies'    aud  Children's   Underwear.  Suits   Made  to Order.  CoM BERLAND,       B.  0.  LIJMBE]  _QVT,-__n������_  ��������� W.' ' ' *-* ��������� ��������� U v  Comox Sawmill Co., Limitedv  Comox,   IJ. C.  -������,VTm~*Tir mnsVmTZjnm'mi-tb A*_rTnr-:jTT3,fii������ia*w;AV'3r'XK-"-v-j-.'?irLTr3si  Tlie less a man understands  what he's voting.Tor the more  excited he gels o^'er an eloc ion.  Th*. *'e was great interest shown  in the Pickavd ca*e, the con it  house .being packed witli men  aud women. ,  DENCY SMITH  ~   Stow"of  Fall Hats, Auto  Bonnets,.  Children's Hats etc.  ..   NOW   ON  Courtenay,   B. C.  *^*,-,^^j'':w-ra:-'M3--'',r^  Kl JP^^^^^'^-'^'^I w.-a?a^Krri,si!rjss5ry T^r^-"-*Pi*r^f3^T93-^ Tf^r:x:r-'''---^'y,^Xf ^jmZ^TTX^sSmxm  't 1R foa-'4'-^al*aa'::''';:::'-������'ii *S3sas*K***.w*^"aa-(!U /^.sK^-^i^^iTKia"���������is'.^y/ik^sa^aiKr.rrjaLiil*. ik*;&;a-.-i^.'-j:-j.:������v*������l ������atrx^a:*raaa;aiBfca.  rjtmia,-fimtmtra��������� .1 **:>���������_*���������?���������.���������������.������wx.r-*.**r*Je������ ,\^*My,*'iJU_>ii  (*  The cJ\ew  ���������4*m*mM������*,a-*aaa*-am+*-*v*f-%-m^  ttmf*^mfimil%f* VV      t fc ������  .  *���������?.;v\r,T-ri3t-Ut.-r.i\iC*::~.. ���������.f.^-l^*tfl^^^-VtWt.^K.7r%IKie.mmmmJ.m,mt,Jl.irttMtuntm.rm,  try.  The 15-ilkau war can be traced |S  Used Exclusively in'Canada   ���������  By   The   METROPOLITAN   OPERA  COMPANY  ., (of New York.)    '  II If you wsnt a ������w4 rdiafek Piano, if will py fm to give us a call,..  '.'<!,)' %Vc i.rc) Sole Agwniti 'iortha abov������ and othor RoHablo IViiakea. VVe [jl  1 M ���������? ��������� ..... ...      .   . ������������������    _  F< 1  Heintzma & Co. Pia os  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones arid Records  WRITE. FOR CATALOG AND TRICE LISTS.  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  8C9 GOVOIWIT STREET,   Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  Ll  Sim  1  i a  iifiiiHiinHiiiiwiiiHiiiniHiiTiininit.'SEfii'iitCTiM  pitwn'������T������,'i������i"tt:iw t?*m"-*t.vx\ E^"pa';  r������v������ uw;-cwiiunL--Hnaijt!  ^AKiai!KiiHs:BHsn;itanBsniMirtai:ii!ar*-.K������nsH:M8ffi  *������l     ���������        ..  -~     ......    i ��������� ��������� ifci  ������  Oapit-.tl Paid U_, $11,500,000.  m  P.esexvo $12,500,000  g  f_he___l^iv^l_.:Rankj .nf __.C^.n^d.3  -._.  4 _.. ^^ _ ^_, o������ ������-������ ������ i. v i Ni_^ t* I I *v*. *CIU  I DRAFTS   U   yd,!)   IN  ANY   CURRKNCY,   PAYABLE   ALL S  |- OVER   TIIJS    WORLD.                                    |  | SPKCIAL ATVKNTION paid to HA VINOS ACCOUNTS & iuUi-cs. |  ������ nt highest  Currvnt llnxx-n ulloWid on In-poi-it-- of ������1 and upwauls.    M  1 "             CUS-TBEHLASM), 3. C., Bir.uch, Open Daily.                            []  Q UKIOH VTMA2U?. B.C.,   Sxib-Brach, Open Thttrsdftya            [j  | D. M. MORRISON, Manager.                       H  i  ? COURTENAY,   M. 0 ,    Branch,    Open Daily.  | WM. HOFF, Mnnwjjer. fj  %/i!iiiiiiiiiiii:iiii!iiiiiii!!ii!ii;iiiUiii!iar.ii;!iiiiiiErain::!ii'/.i;^  =ijjrK_r������jFtf^������i_*.������vs������rm*MK������������*-5*^^  ���������CW.UT.TO*.;; j-vrm-f.. +������.%**, j  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUift  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  iXmmmTt m>.wiiw *v*.mmt^j**t^.Ai-x-w:n^e������ v^tv^isiafmmmm.v.^m'm^^^ t t-TtP Jrorwrj  wmMj������M.*a^ML**cim**Lti*M-Mij?������ri*j.\^*Mfc.K^-^^ -.-^..r-^^^ ft_-iin.������;aHiirrritiiitri^4fTr.i.*mi,f-M.^OTiJw  m  ealwo c������x*i*y ���������f-.h������"V3otoi*'  Qi'trntophono tm.l Vlsstro!t:a.  ������<) thejiclfish cruelty ol Uie Turk | Jj| Wo GUAS.ANTEjn SATSOFACTION.  mVhe nniiVr^i'VifthtTa.id^      163 Duiismore's "Mwnic House" Church St., Nanaimo  B. C. II  er.:.,ts     nl    m-ii'til-pri'i)',    .-'iiic:, | |j | KMB^flimiW^v iKm^2l'i^^^E������a!OmS������3;SSJ  Now llir'V    lmve   in*  lt|!Jiiiiluii  r.'.l win*.*  llp.S  <;]  lllll  ���������",.!>  W I;f| til     v.l*  p;l  tr   ll  GOOD  o  O.  1  ||( Our Fail Goofls an* arriving hy every boat.     We have just  | opened u\> "n nice rant^'e of Ladies' Blouses in   French ��������� Flannel with soft collar and double cuffs in all colors.   Thoso are  tlv*    *n*MA'e'r("     t'lM't'.     in    iiiri     ](1/������iii'-i    ltmr.    ry I-    'b--.    * /-,    'i������i/-l   i'i' <   r,r>   '    ������������������' ���������     '" :   ���������*���������'���������'-   "*������   -i,)-.}"   ���������-���������--���������   *,..--..--^  im: W-IUU- r.*nes   will. i:������CJfc:isi1l|J jg?, - ]/'*!{    )(   U R j     A Is* ^ V   r"    ! ' K '  power  iM,d fury.    Jn   .mv   iwsuljji} VVUWL      ULnJNlAL  I U  ivc,   uii'villlinj witiu-.-sc-, ..re  tojj^j MadcflTin Caicfullv   SfloC  \>'.:   Uiiu*-,' iti*rl   nilh d������-'-', [fl   i'- 't'i v i *  conn-. ���������j. tlie ho,.urs ,! -.va-J^ UUJ   Jluc  ULU'lX   1^^ou;us:ji(i������ your wihut Dia-iivcis, as we consul-.jjjjv  * !  .1   J ������ ? 1 , I * I 1 /- 1 tl    !  \    V  i *' \ V ' ���������  'iim   j,iv .'j.'.m   til     L'lrll     liWll  viui'y.iiclM T'>-day ih<* i-n-jiny b-  "t I lie yatcr> oi Cdiisumliuopltj  -lwl TurKvy iippnals v> tlio '���������Pow-  fci.s"   io auan'*e   peace       WiJ.U  i ��������� * , a  **--aJ --.VJ.V     * >|Uv \%i *M    *~Mt  |lv   j   ������j   IJ  MjEm^^tiiTfer WATER!  C  ���������iiw.������i������������������aH.������dm>n*4j'Wi9*v4',vrjti .  , ���������   ���������^*.������-.MJw.,������..svW  r. o. box -io.*i  PHONE SO....  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