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 w  (���������*.*?.  A Journal Devoted Especially^ to -the Interests of Coniox District*  The News, Twentieth Ysar.  CUMBERLAND   B. C,    WEDNESDAY,   DEO, 4 , :9i2  Subscription $:.oo a Yeax  The Cold Weather is .Here,  and. -.-very boy and girl needs soine-  thino- warm for wear. We have  tho largest asoortinont shown in this  vicinity, of  Sweaters in Fine Wool and Cashmere. Every color, style and size irom 75c lo $2.50  ..    WOOL  HOSIERY  from the' best knitting factory iu  Canada, tilery weight and size at  Tho    Kight    Prices.  MEN'S  :  WOOL : SOCKS.'  Warm, dry feet means ht-allh,  and you can have it, by haying  pome of our lines���������we have every  weight at closest prices. Seo  our Ahti-Rheumatic Socks, extra  weight of specially prepared wool  STAHFIELD'S   Underwear  iu all thu different weights & sizes  absolutely  unshrinkable   and   of  the   l-esi wearing quality.  lines of Famous Amherst Shoes  See our  T-'rrmf, ���������I'runa.ttTaTmtnww  SIMON LEISER& CO., LD.  ^ttfmSm^i^^ e&fcssa������ps^^  ���������rlWU',M*ai������(J>'HrAlW������U>-*Hn^  RICH CUT QliASS  &  SILiVERWAR  ulM*rff.*Mt*--f.mmnil I. an l ..Mt |-i>���������i .f nwifcaw, ��������� r !*��������� i^wm.1*.������*tf  ���������vtmay  0  The City Council met in regular session on Monday evening, all the members being present.  The'minutes of previous meet,  ing were read and adopted.  Communication was received  from U. M. W. of A., in the form  of a resolution, which reads as  follows :  Ucsolved, that we protest  against the action taken in flooding the city with special police,  as we believe that they are a  danger aud a menace to the  peace of this community.  Resolved, since the U. U. \V.  of A. officials have acted and  are acting in accordance with  the resolution passed by the police commissioners in discourag -  iug any disorderliness, we do not  see the advisibility of the presence of these special police in  this city.  (Signed] Leu Cawtiiorne,  Jos. W, Horbury,  Johu McAllister,  Committee.  Aid.   Beveridge   was   strong.  ly   of   the   opinion     that    tjie  specia's  should be  removed,  as  i was also Aid. Maxwell, who did  nol see why Ihey   were  brought  V * O  here at all. There was considerable cross-fire between Aid.  j^verjdge^^ P.LJVVa^soji_:-yid^he  mayor over the affair. It was  finally moved by Aid. "Willard,  sec. liy Aid. Cessford, that a com  mil tee be appointed to interview  Chief Constable Stephenson in  rhe matier���������-carried. Tlie com  mil Lee is composed of the follow-  lii-:���������The Mayor, Aid Beveridge  and Banks. .. ���������   ���������  The following communication  was received;���������The members of  the Women's Christian Temperance Union, desire to drawyour  attention to the non-enforcement, of tue "curfew bell," abo,  to lhe sale of cigarettes to children under age. and trust you  will endeavor to have the laws  more rigidly enforced, The com  muincatiou was referred to the  police commissioners.  Communication from A. II.  Peacey requesting that cement  waik'iu front of .store be inspect  cd before closing with the contractor, as he was verv u ucli  dissatisfied with the work, as it  has already worn down to the  gravel. Tlie committee who supervised sidewalk construction,  wil! look into the matter.  The Mayor, Aid. Jiauks and  Campbell, will sit as a Court of  Revision ou Thuisday, Dee. 12,  to revise- the voters' list,  Accounts;---A. It. Kierstead,  #9.25; A; IJ. Crawford, 101.30;  T. IC Hate, 2 40; Klec Light,  38,25; Water. Co. 4.00;   K.   Dal-*  Short Courses  In Live StocK Etc.  Short Courses on  Live-Stock,  Forage Crops, etc.   to   be   held  under tjie direction of The Live  stock    Branch,   Department   of  Agriculture at   Comox,   December, 19th and 20th.  SPEAKERS  Pi of- W. T. McDonald, Provincial Live slock Commissioner,'Department   of   Agrieultuie.  Henry Rive, Dairy Instructor,  Department of Agriculture.  H E- Upton, Assistant Poultry Inspector, Department of  Agriculture.  H. L- Mauchaul. West Washington Experiment Sta'ion, U. S.  A.  II, Riddle, Salmon Arm (poultry).  C Duukley, Cobble Oil! (poul  try.  Dr. S F. Tolmie, Dominion  Live-stock CommissiouerVictoria  or Dr. Seymour, Had wen, Dominion Health of Animals  Branch, Agass-iz, have promised  to attend if possible,  o   COURT OF REVISION  A Court of Revision to revise  the voters list for the city of  Cumbetland, will be held in tin-  City Council Chambers on Tuesday, Dec. i_otbi_ }9\m ai__y_._jo_  p. in.  A. McKinnon, C, M. C  City Hall, Nov.   1912,  Grocery Specials  For This Week.  ^  It was warmer in the council  chambers on Monday night than  what tbe fire made it, but the  mayor was coo'. It was ajuiost  as exciting as that historic Monday. "Micky" and others were  loaded for bear 011 Monday night.  Alderman Campbell on Monday uight at the council meet-'  iug took exception  to the lying reports about  strike conditions here, that have  am*  been seut to outside papers. He  was strong in his denunciation  of the party who sends them out,  and classed it as an outrage on  the community,  The committee that was appointed at Monday nignt's council tosinterview Chief Constable  Stephenson iu the -matter of tbe  removal of the special police, in ���������  tervicwed him on Tuesday. The  chief slated, that- he could uot  sec his way clear at present to  remove any of lhe police, as he  had no faith iu the promises of  those who promised to yniiiiitain  order, and that the city was not  paying for the police nnd had no  say in the matier. The matter  of the opening of the bar.., he  would consider later.  Lihhy's California Asjmragus Tips, reg 25c a  tin now 20c  Asparagus, reg 30c per tin now 25c  Poiicd Beets, reg 20c por tin l)OW 15C  Choice Table Spinich, reg 20c now ] 5c  'Holbrook's Punch Sauce, 35c per tattle- now 25c  Mangor Hot Chutney, reg 35c '% now 2-5������  Chow-Chow, (C & P>. quarts) GOc now 50c  Chow Chow, [C. & B, pints] 35c now 25c  Mixed Sweet Pickles, 3yc now 2oc  Symington's Pure Coffee Essence, 40c '.. now 25c  Brazil Nuts, Walnuts aud Filbert Nuts, 25c ib  while they last 2 lbs for 25c  Lux���������a special good article for washing  flannel,   lOc pkge  Macfarlane brothers  THE COmlNBil STOKE,  WVNSmUR AVENUE  tm\  M. Manson, M. P. P., is expected to arrive in town on Wed-  n sdav ui^h^t.  A very interesting event took  and Mrs. Richard Carter, Courtenay, en Tuesday, Dec. 3rd.  when their daughter Louisa,' was  if  united in matriagc to Mr, Dev-  ick, of Kamloops, Rev. T. Menzies officiating. Mr and Mrs.  Devick left the same evening for  Kamloops.  -<3>-  rt SALE OF WORK.  A Sale of Work by the Ladies'  Aid of St. Andrew's Presbyteri  an church, Sandwick, will be  held in ilie. Agiieulttinil Hall,  Courtenay, on Thursday-, Dee,  12th, commencing at 3 p, m.  This wil I be au opportunity to  buy some of your Xmas. presents.  Assistant,  Inspector Clark, of  the Royal Bauk of Canada, arriv  ci.i iu town on   Sunday,   to   inspect the local  branch.  MAIL SERVICE.  Mails for Dispatch:���������Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, etc:,  Tuesday, 7.15 p. nr, Thursday  and- Sa t u rd ayr 6~ ar~ ni. "~'  Comox   and   District:���������Tues  day.   1215  p.   m.;   Wednesday  and Friday, 4.30 p. in.  S. S. Cowichan, Sunday at 2  p. in. and Tuesday at 6 a. m.  Mails   Arriving:���������Vancouver,  Victoria,, Nanaimo,   etc.,  Tuesday   afternoon,, Wednesday and  Friday nights.  , Comox District:���������Wednesday,  a  "  Thursday aud Saturday.  S- S, Cowichan, Sunday morning and Tuesday about noon.  Mr. IT. F. Bryan, representing "The Review," the new  Comox Valley newspaper, was  in town this week, aud favored  this office with a call. He seems  [to be a pretty decent sort of a  chap.  How cau it bo expected   that  the special  police   be   removed,  when tbe town is divided   iu   its  Campbell Brothers arc   slock-'opinions as to their   usefulness?.  ing up their  new- addition.    It!  ������- "���������  will **e one of tho finest stores on j    The local masons elected their  tin* Island when-stocking is com-J officers for the   coining year, on  pi .-ted.    This in one   firm   ihat; Thursday evening   last,   as   fol-  does not set; "bine ruin"'   ahead j lows:-���������Dr.   MacNaughton,   W,  lor   Cumberland,  judging from ��������� Master; J. W. Cooke, Senior War-  den; ].   I>.   Winuiughani, Jr.  Warden;  J,   Baird,   Treasurer;  Uohevt Oritntand Samuel Shore| W. T. White, Secretary;  G. W.  lmve purchased an hotel  I-iiui tie-in, Clinton  aud   W.    V,   Raimay,  their busjhiesr, iNpansion',  ~o-  111  Vi  elui'ju.  Auditors; J. G. Higg*, Tyler.  II  r  <Tfc*iW, i^af\*  WOflliaJLJ!  9&m,t*yMf*m***  lo.*., ii.5'>; Cumberland New;*,  14 00���������Total <������j������o 70,  Theie were uo reports ol' commit K-c-.s.  Council adjourned.  Tt I     1 mm** I Mi|   a   m wmm* 1       1       mm mmm  l���������J  Bam I IM   \f\_f law    I        I        f*m   |L>J  1      I Lou        *������������������������/  hmtm   If   tf    mmmm l-mm ttmm !���������������    1   \  fc'eveiat ot tiie   special   police j  have recently been dismissed f.r  uvtn-iudiilguiee in "the ardent. '  X h\p. of (h'-'M ���������iii-fb*   nn I'vhihitimi  of himself .on   the   streets   on  Tuesday.    He was promptly ar  rested and shipped away.   This  j.sorl of thing should   not happtn  g in a "dvy''    tii':. n,   .md   by    (lit:  *&fj '.'liaiilians nf the peace.  'flmtimfmmmELiW  PBOSPBCTORS,   MINERS'   AND  LOGGEES' SUPPLIES  SSBOSKSHEBflRBREMHE!  i  ND  OEaEsiBsaKaoBaeissBa tsmi^w.]-'-'  \%������   li!     I "''��������� i* tht! tiitu' to resurreef the  ,**>.&(' "J tif.ii'f ieiiii.bii'-.   I<*'t������jf<  Jt,-*   t0***m j-   t.i a ? ������������������***  *f    MV-X <<���������'���������> *"h:u-    r-.ttv  No *!'d-  ludj,'.    li.  M���������n*s High Top Wal������rprbof Boots  The Aiiilici-'i <X: l.rckic��������� Winter Hnot-* vutli cxtr.l  ln-avy MJlc-.. (ii.'u'.c <i < ������ii  I'm;  aim Lmjiih- i. mi, vciy |  best tt.'ini!-iti_i!c   ������.it������-rjM o������.f hf.-t m;i.lc,   K m am  ifj inch mi.  Men's W-aliirproof SWrts  Thi**   \o\tt\   H<-4   linn-,  ������jnien-M,u1f   -;,],  >p'fi.*llN-  |'.| rf, d r iVifr ^^):" Ii'mc *-i>i���������.������.!���������������* ,v,.t\:  ixtui tn lilt tx tt urarit*i������ *.liut obrTeir-at-IP,  !d ,'c  Mackinaw Shifts and Coats t-tc.  Sec  niu-    tock   ot   Mrn'*.   Jll.ick   Mackinaw  .��������� i - . t   * -. ,     ) .        *���������t  ������    fi ��������� ,   ,.  ,     ..    .      ....   . .-....,     ...... f     ������������......*      .,,!,. f     .\-,,-m      *  &.!%.*,  Cc'tilum*.* J'.mti.,  Hlui! rianncl  Sliuts   -.rul Glove*,  heavy W(*rs|i-(i   Ho?'*,   These will stnnil lots of wftur  am! y'M tlie kiii)l f<<r the uuhi'Ic ninn,  A large stock of Oil Clothing,  lium Boots etc., always on  (hand.  CAMPBELL   EROS.  \[^mm%mma\lmmmmm^^ THE NEWS. CIBIBERLAND. If. a  IBM  IN THE  BAUNCE  By L 6, WIOBERLY  Author cf  "Dan end Another," "A T������nj)l������l  Web,"    "Sin of Alison Dtir-  tng,"  etc..  etc.  WARD, LOCK  & CO., LIMITED  London, Melbc-rnt and   Toronto.  ANNOUNCEMENT: J ��������� . .-^w'-;.  ���������Wewill advise weekly in this space, and will offer  bargains in Farm Lands, City and Suburban property.  We make a specialty of exchanges of all kinds, including Farm Lands, Winnipeg property, Automobiles,  etc.  It will-be to your benefit to watch this space closely.  Correspondence solicited: Good live Agents Wanted  at every point in the west *  SCOTT,. HILL AND CO.  22 Canada Life Building, Winnipeg, Man.  (Continued)*  Dynecourt looked at him narrowly,  and behind tho surgeon's dark eyes  his brain was busily calculating possibilities and probabilities. Soames  was right in calling himself sane. At  the moment he was absolutely sane,  and���������if the burden on his conscience  were removed, the chances were ten  to one in favor of his remaining  sane. It would be better,/then, that  he should be allowed to escape than  that he should b(_ tried for his crime  and blurt o**,*.,, as he assuredly would  blurt n-i't, ali that passed between him  ai!(i 'Dynecourt.  lie won't care how much he implicates me, Oliver reflected, lie is intent on'nothing but salving his own  conscience, and he will be ready  enough to involve me or anybody else.  Let me come with you directly. The  lawyer dragged himself from his chair  shaking in every limb.' I tell you,  Dynecourt, 1 can bear no more. Let  me go with you now, let me tell you  the "truth; if I don't 1 shall go mad  again, a;VI Tritton will come back������������������  and let me go now, at once���������for God's  Bake, man, let me go now!  Very well, very well, Dynecourt answered soothingly. You shall tell the  truth and ease your conscience. But,  he touched the other's arm and spoke  into his ear. I'm not going to give  you up or let you give yourself up.  For the sake of our old friendship,  he gulped over the word, I want to  hoip you to get away.  Get away? Soames stared stupidly at-him. .-v. It's compounding a felony, you know, he said with odd  gravity.  Very likely it Is, but���������I'm going to  do it.     Have you money enough to  get yourself out of England and to i  live, when you are in another coun-!  try?.,,    ��������� . ��������� ���������'   - !  ��������� His old look of shrewdness flashed  Into the lawver's small eyes, he winked slowly, and smiled, and a feeling of  repulsion swept over Dynecourt; he  felt-that he could have willingly  have struck that smiling face, with its  cunning leer. By some freak of remembrance he saw Clare Bevan's  -hGnest~e.yesf-and-the_thougW_ot_what_  he was doing, and of his-motive for  doing it, and made him sick with  shame.  I can get money right enough without signing Edward Soames for it, the  lawyer whispered. In my profession  ..���������in fact all professions���������-it's safer to  hedge, safer Lo bank in different banks  under different names, than to put  all one's eggs into one basket labelled  with the name given you by your  parents. If I can get out of the  country���������T shall do. "  Til give you the chance, Dynecourt  5-aid shortly.  But mind, a hand that shook again,  ���������was laid on the-surgeon's arm, miniL  ���������the truth's got to be told. If it  Isn't told he'll haunt- me again, and  1 want to start a fresh life somewhere  else, and forget���������-forget���������his dreadful face.  Tho extraordinary mixture in tlu������  man of superstition and astuteness*  filled Dynecourt with contempt, and  contempt' was the predominating feeling in Ill's mind when having informed  TomliiiKon that ho Intended taking the  patient back to town, hn and Soames  drove away together in a, four-wheeler.  I'm not going to tako you to my  rooms again, he said; you frightened  my landlady last night.. And, as tho  police aro investigating the clue found  by Miss Dyson, tho   due   which   in  some way involves you, your house  is probably under close observation.  I don't know what to_ do, then!  Soames exclaimed shakily. I can't  think���������my brain feels tired, and I  don't know what to do.  I'll tell you then; I've thought it  out. You can take the Metropolitan  anywhere you like and go to Baker  Street. From there go by Metropolitan extension to any place outside  town, and then double back, and get  to a sea port. The police, as I say,  may be after you but I've no doubt  you are as great an adept at changing  your person as you are at altering  your namo.  I caii shave off my beard and moustache, and my best friend wouldn't  know me, Soames answered eagerly  and tremulously, and I can get different clothes. 1 can do it all right. I  ���������I���������can't ever thank you enough for  the way you're helping me. God  knows why you are doing it.  The devil knows, Dynecourt , said  with a grim laugh. ��������� God hasn't much  hand in this business; it's more of a  devil's job. You and I are not likely  to be specially favored by Providence.  Soames shrank back in the cab, his  eagerness subdued by the other's tone  his nerves still shaken by all he had  been through, and he eyed Dynecourt fearfully.  Now attend to me, the latter continued with an almost brutal disregard  of his companion's frightened manner. You can give me a knock on  the head presently���������not too hard a  one, he added grimly, as a strange  look flashed i������*.to Sq*vmes' eyes; just  enough for me to say you've done it���������  that's all. I can feign unconsciousness all right, and you stop the cab  at the next underground station, get  out, and then tell the cabby to drive  on to my lodgings. When he gets  there, I shall still be, to. all intents  and purposes, unconscious. You understand?  Oh yes, I understand. The gleai.M  had died from Soames' eyes, he wa-  once more meek and nervous, a* t  drew back into a corner of the'cab's*..  if it were he, not Dynecourt, .who -v-������  to receive that blow, on the head.  ..  Better get put at Notting HJH Gate,  I should think, Dynecourt said care-  -1 essl-y���������fcu rn i n g-to-glance-f-rom-tt-he-cab-  window at the long ascent of the Ux-  hridge Road they, were now climbing.  It's just past six now. I'll give you  twelve hours' start. You ought to  be able to catch the night ,boat tonight, and I shall say nothing till tomorrow-morning. I shan't have collected my wits till then���������  .,  No, you won't-���������you won't���������you  won't! snarled a hoarse voice in hi'p  ears, and with each utterance of thr  words a heavy blow descended on th  surgeon'B head. You won't need U  feign unconsciousness, my.line fellow  You'll, be really unconscious, and���������  I'm not mad now���������not a bit mad, not  a bit! and whilst he pounded at  Dynecourt. the lawyer nodded and  smiled at an imaginary person on the  opposite seat.  (To bo Continued)  A bite of this and aUste of that, all day  long, dulls the appetite and weakens the  digestion.  Restore your stomach to healthy vigor  by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet  after each meal���������andcutout the "pieciug".  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  are the best friends for sufferers from  Indigestion and dyspepsia. 50c. a Box  at your Druggist's. Made by the  National Drug and Chemical Co. of  Canada, Limited.  Why don't you glvo your wifo an  allowance?  I did onco, and she spent it before  I could borrow it back.  Baby Dreadful Sufferer, Could Not  Keep Him from Scratching. Every  Joint Affected. Used Cuticura Soap  and Olntmont and He Is Well,  "Fnr1fiM*fl nml my tmn'ii plinto nnd I feci  by VitIHiik th'-rtfi few Hih-u to ymi 1 am only  Coin, my duty, an my ton was a dreadful  iintti-r<*r from Mv.otna, At  \ tlm bkii cf two v*ri'k!i Iin  ���������J t.''l*an to ''ft ������������������ovfnM with  j r.-l imotti on IiIh Ii;*-*- ami  v [-roiiM,   wlilili    iiidtlur  i\ tliouulit wnri tod kiiiii cr  ) \\ tliruali; but duy by duy  W I '\ it ������������������rt'W won-,-: until ev������-ty  ��������� lni\   "joint   und  frtvlrc wfrn  V-Vx't/ ~\ alTi Ttt-d uii'l baby ���������statlul  ������\1 Y\ 1 ei'H.anilni; for bourn rliiy  /*,��������� vj\ K lvr"1 ������������������'.'''*. *wti n llilinr*  t> \ } \.( iii rle**** urns out of tliv*  -*--+jm~��������� CjiicRtlfin. 1 tool* lilm to  Iwf) r;f Pi'dncy'H Icii'lliiii tint-lorn*, ono mild It  wu������ mio cf tlio X'.nut (nt-o** Im hud tiei'ii, tin  mli t did not think It ho mtIouh: one order*:-1  Oililiiii'iil fit inlJi'.iin <", >..���������- . .'���������  '.':���������,'  Tu.v.'lir, T follii'-iid Ilielr vrwrliillmw for  over lunr inoiiiiu, wi ������<i<i !������,'-,, !.,,-��������� -.'������������������'���������'.''���������'  nom. I could not t'f'i'i" lilm Irom M'ratdiliijr  lo tir������r,t wai bin Brolly,  "Wlii-rrhe v..\*i fn-.* v.ftriU-* oil T lr!<*t tl.*>  Rutlmira Kemfilir-s tttid I nm very tliatitful to  my my baby 13 to-day frer* from all IiIh Mifl-T-  In*;, llt'iurolns were bli'idlm- vlien ! Mattel  j_... i ..I... ,,���������������|, Hti,.i-i,,\ v,,,,. tin. lu** er -mrf.  of Iil* lioily, undi-r llm liiii-c-., uriii", in tvi in  Ji'lnti, eyebrows- nud m-i-V.; Imi nfter twU������  ihliut Culli-iira Olntmrtit I lnyun to tr* a  dll!f,**<-rira uinl by tlu* tlmn J luul tiw-r! ono  tin, .'Ioiik with llio liathlnir v.ltli Cuticura  Koaii, liuby wni nearly rurcd. I Mill liei't on  Ihlii-r tlm C'ulleura Hiiuii nnd Ofrirmnt, and  ii*,v, tUmilc goodnwH, Im U oulte will nml,  altliuiiffli lio In now ten menUm old, hit* not  lid Buy furllu-r reiuin of tlie troidile."  (--"Itfiied) Mi������, 0. Miitiiu, '.'��������� Ktui'l.l i*i,,  KriUlnrvlllu, ������vilrif-y. N.S.W., Mar, fn, mil.  '���������ii!let!i������ ������nn|i (iiiii (lluimeiit dr.' fold  tt'.rolii'llnii'' tin- worlil   liul tt Imi-liil iiiiiii|.|ii t,(  i-������<*!i, with a, ;i'.'.\Uiin liuuk tut the inn ninl  tr-iiitiieiit of Iho *4.iii uinl Imlr will I ������������������ rut  fl'-e i .1 ili'ldU-fttloti to I'dtler Iif up f ' Si'.iu.  Cori/..Wi v.'oiumtniji Ave, UufUiii, Uix.������  The (hmtoincr-���������Tr that a real ostrich feather?,. Milliner���������What, for  fenponoe! Oh, no, madamo; oHtrlch  Ih moroly It a noin do plump,  Mlniird'n Wnlmnnt Co,, Limited,  GfiiifH,���������-A ciiflfomor of oun* ourod a  very bnd wino of (llfitoinpov In a vain-  ablo horso by the uho of MINARD'S  LINIMENT.  Yours truly,  VILANDI10 FHEHKS.  THEJGHNINGUSCO.,Lmited  Engineers and Boilermakers  Boilers   of    all      kinds���������Engines,  Pumps, and Heavy PlaL*- Work  Writ<* ur, for Prices  14 Strachan Aye., Toronto, Canada  Are the besf ever made and are gun  anteed to givo you-satisfaction.     As  all dealerc, or send us 25 centa' .statin������ stv" i and size required.  The Arlington po,, of Canada,  Ltd,,  68 rraaer Ave., Toronto, Ont.  Repartee In Politics  If the name of the victim of this  itory were published, it would create  o'sensatlon from the Atlantic to the  Pacific, not "to eay' from ' the Great  Lakes to the Rio Grande. In short,  If the, name were "known, the gentleman in question would have seven  duck fits, and the remainder of the|  population of the United States would  leap madly into laughing hysterics.  However, the victim" is a man high in  national politics and prominent in the  staring public eye. He toad befriended the hero of this narrative, and had  bound him to him with hoops of stec-,1.  An exigency of politics required signal service from the lesser light, and  tlie great man sent for the other and  said to him:  I am your,friend. I have made you  what you-are. Por my sake go out  into the countryside, and do thus and  so.       ...-������������������,  The lesser light, having consulted  his own Interests and the opposite faction in the party, journeyed forth all  right enough, but what he pulled off  in the aforementioned countryside was  in direct contradiction to his Instructions. When he returned to the  place from which he had started, he  called at tho offices of his powerful  friend, but was received by a subordinate, who said: ',.  My boss thinks that you have treated him very badly in view of all his  past friendship for,you, and he will not  receive you. Furthermore, he wishes  you to send back to him the autographed photograph which he' gave  you.  The man, thus rebuked, hurled him'  relf into a taxicab, dashed into his  humble dwelllnj-*. seized a large stub  pen wrote au inscription across the  picture, and sent, the photograph back  to its giver.; The_inscription read  thus:  Received without solicitation���������returned without .regret.  TVBHMIH/-UM 1  Do.it Quickly o  We (Australians) look to Canada  with the greatest admiration; we  know that intense as our loyalty is,  that: your loyalty is just as intense,  just as undoubted; we think you may  adopt -some other method than ours  in your wisdom, and it is not for us  to speak a word.to you in matters  that so'"closely "concern you, but I  think we hay.e a. right to say in Aus;  tralia after what we have done that  whatever the empire has got to do,  or is willing to do, fo strengthen the  hands of our motherland, ought to be  done quickly.^���������Sir George Reid. at  Toronto.  CENTRAL TELEGRAPH AND RAILROAD SCHOOL  This achool Is- located^ In Toronto  and does' much each year to supply  the active demand for Telegraph operators wanted by our Canadian railways. A successful record of fifteen  years and hundreds of oflicials'and  operators in active railway servlco today is the best guarantee of the reliability of this well known school.  The book "Guided by the Key" explains'the. Work fully. Wrlto i'or It.  Address''W. H. Shaw, President, Toronto,  A-minister having walked through a  village ^churchyard and observed the  indiscriminate praises bestowed upon  the dead,'wroto upon the gate posl. the  following: Here lie the dead, and  here the living lie.  Mlnard's Liniment RellcveE Neuralgia  Absent, minded husband (In Paris)���������  My wifo asked mo to get hor tiornc  oau-docologno whllo I was hero; now  what the deuco Is criu-do-colngno Ui  I'Vencli?  A local painter woi-koil three niotilliK  on a painting. Ho Kpuiit a gotyl doal  of money on iikkIoIh, but the IIiiIhIkmI  product jiiHtlllf'il all hlti rixpoiidltiiro  und fill hln tlmo, Kvcryboil*,' told  III ni ho when Uio picture wait oxlilblt-  cd. Kvcryoi.in but. ono, TIiIh lady,  who'io opinion ho viiluod iiiohI, wiih  llio one In* took t.o the exhibition with  him. I can hardly wall, hIio bub-  blrul. Which l������ your picture? Tlila  one, Im told lier���������nnil witltnd. Kho  hi Hilled it iii detail. What Is 11. called? ii!)** wanted to know. Wopil  Nymphi!, How silly of mo to link!  They're ho natural. Why, anybody  would think they wore really unulo of  wood.  !U>ii7.ok>, a l'V'pi'i-iluct of coal-tar, Ib  III!)    ll'Ul-.MJilie.i;    Ol    IHU     III", i     ',i,iiii,i,,,  i'yiv.  Dr, J. T>, KrilloKK'H liyncnk-ry Cordial Ih coiiipijiiudi'il hpcclully tu com-  but dyw-ntory, clioli-'iii inorbim mul all  iiillumii'iyityry difioi'di'rs.thaf chiingc ot  UIUU.IU,    (. ,\,'tti   un..I    .,<. I   i.|>   ',..   ',!.-..   ,,'.;...  ncli sttijl ''li'itcHtlncH, TlicHo coin-  pluliitn'ai-1*. iiioru ibinnioii In Hummer  tliau. Iti wlufi-r, but they arc not confined lo. the warm inontliu, mi undue  Ihxmohh of tin: linwi'lii may tichui a  itmii at any tlmo, Kuch a tuiifcror  utl! find rippfily rr-llcf In UiIh CiirillU),  The Food  7  Tells Its  Own Story  It's one dish that a good  nwny thousand people relish greatly for breakfast,  lunch or supper.  W. N.  U. 919  Nicolfi CappflU, of Pltl-illinto, lluly.l  !i.ft I'lii'i t',i n't In his; will that a litre j  of wine should In* poured over hiu cof- j  fin, ami two hcrt'>il!r--M (liatrlliultMl to  tlioHf* win) nttoiilrd IiIh funeral.     He  reiiiKii-teil lil-i friends to ilimicn roauil  hi: tomb,.  Crisped wafers of toasted  Indian Com-a dainty and  most delight)ui qisn.  Try with cream and  sugar.  "The Memoru Lwuvyh"  <'rin.w!!*ui   T'otdnm   ("Vreal   Co,  l.tv     Wlndi'or, (inturio,  He Got It  Oh, said the nianager, in the interview witli Timkins. what I want is a  reliable clerk for the weighing room.  One who knows what's what.. Do you  understand?  Timlvius nodded.  You-know.-your ���������.weigUts and meas-  urW"t'E'31'e^fTc^'S'e7TVrBiiTTDn~th-e"m'an=-  ager, You might just run through  them now.'        >" '���������"',?���������''���������-  Fifteen, ounces make one pound���������,  began Timkins.  Go in and start at once, cried the  manager, with a grin of satisfaction.  You're the vn",\ i'or me!  More About  The Loading Platform  The"present. seAcri.ti6n,' of Western fnmcers will never know tu*  difficulties and vxatkns experienced by their predecessors In th������  earlier years when no one could get a carload o! grain shipped In  bulk except lylo.--.dIng it through an elevator. The system forced  the majority of farmers to'sell their gra:.n to the elevator owners  at. arbitrary pric- b, and oft tlme3 to submit to heavy dockage and  other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction. . Now however  the distribution o? -irs as fixed by the Grain Act, and tho usa of the  loading platform, provide facilities wblen enable the farmer-to secura  satisfactory <reat.-r.tnt in the disposal or his grain, and the highest  market prices at time of sale. Every farmer therefore, should more  and more endeavor to use the loading piriform In shipping his grain  to the terminal elevators. It is the safeguard of the farmers* freedom In disposing of his grain to the be3t advantage for himself. If  farmers refrain from using the loading platform freely, it might result In its being done away with, becaur^ railway companies and  elevator ownnrs ara strongly opposed to It. It Is easy to undsr-  Btand why ---levator people desire tho loa-Ung platform abolished.  The railway <eople on .their part say V: delays the loading of cars  and helps to cause car shortage. This we know to be nonsense-  because frenuently after cars are loaded whether with grain, coal  lumoer or other merchandise, they are sldet-*acke" for days and even  weeks Instead of hslng promptly moved forward to destination. It  Is engine shortage and shortage of competent trait..men, that mostly  rsiK-es irrain llockndes on railways and ;*.ot lack of cars. Let every  farmer therefore, d? all he can to use t e loading platform and becomo an li>df.ne;ide'*t shipper. - In ��������� subsequent advertisements we  will state In detail the savings and other advantages-of direct lond*  ing Into cara compared with loading thivuigh elevators.  We handle the farmers grain strictly on commission, make,liberal  advances oh car bills of ladings superTla������ tho grading at time cars  are inspected, secure the highest prlcej at time of sale nnd make  pronrnt returns wl'.en sold. Write us for shipping Instructions and  irmrkct information.  Thompson Sons & Company  v GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  701-703 Y.  G8AIN   EXCHANGE.  WINNIPEG, CANADA.>  BLACKBURN & MILLS  A.M.BLACKBURN NEW GRAIN COMMISSION FIRM;,. . D. K. MILLS  Both memberu have Iind many ycare experience.   Careful, individual altcntiou lo your ������riipment by a.greteiv  men will mean much to YOU.   Send ut atrial shipment.    Write, wire or phone for net track bids or thippin  instructions.  G31  Grain  Exchange. ,���������['���������'  Licensed ��������� "Reference:  a.greteive  .hippi.is  '   Telephone Hain 46. .    Winnipeg,  Man.  The Royal Bank of Canada. Bonded  SHIP YOUR  GRAIN TO ((  PETER JANSEN COMPANY  Grain Coinmission Merchants Winnipeg, Manitoba  Make Bills '-liaising read: Port Arthur or-Tort William. Notify Peter Janse'n  Co., Winnipeg.  Liberal Adv-inces                              Prompt Returns Best Grades  Tommy (at a concert, watching soprano singing aria and conductor waving baton)���������Ma, what's tliat long-haired'mnn hitting sit her with that stick  i'or?  -His Mother���������He isn't hitting at her.  Tommy���������Then what, is she screaming about?  This section is almost mountainous,  remarked the pedestrian to his companion as they trudged along a country l'oad ono fiiimmoi-'s day, carrying  heavy grips*.  Yes, It's.a bit hilly, said lhe farmer a few,.minuter.' later as ho drove his  guest from the station in the big buck-  board , tu' '      -'  Nice rolling country thia, observed  the aiitomoblllst to his chauffeur as  they .whlzssed by in a big touring ear.  flee, what, a Hat, uninteresting region, thought the aviator, looking down  as he Railed over it in his majeatic  biplane*.  Caller (viewing the new boy)���������Do:  Vyou think lie is going to resemble his  father?       . ". -"��������� ' ���������      ',?.,-���������'  Mother���������I' shouldn't'.ue surprised.  Jlp-kee-ns me un at night even now.  Pa, why do you always insist on me  singing when Mr. Spoozleton come  here? Well, I don't like him, and yet  I hate to come right out and tell, him  to go. .  A lady was seen promenading the  ttreets of Bournemouth the other week  ���������carrying1 a', monkey, under her arm.  Less disturbing to one's equanimity is  ^10 practice ofranother lady ln Bourne-  "niouth, wiio nevefgoes abroaU~6h"her"  cycle without being,accompanied by  her household cat, which reposes oilier left shoulder unAsturbed by the  clatter of passing trams and motorcars. " -���������"  Do Animals Swank?  Tlio dallghtful Rtory of Ilror llab-  bii, and Ri'er Fox will help ns lo ane-  wisr this (iiicHlion In tho iifl'lrnuitivo.  Ah n matter of fact, aulmnls undoubtedly do swank, and tho domestic niiou  when mado pets of, will- glvo fhoni-  hoIvoh as many airs and graces as a  Uir! In love.  If is* this ch'traef.erlKtic that roiidera  ho niaiiy of thiim iiinoiiublo to tralu-  Ing, The wrltei* has known a mt In  a Hlable to lie on Hf- sldo and pro tend  In lio doud.- Whon turned ovor with  Iho fool. It has InBlanti'iiooimly he-  como very much alive and ticooUnl  for all It wuh worth.  An old horso employed in farm  work* would protdiul to bo vory lumo  win*)) put on tlit- JiiiMi-o'liiiruliig, which  licooHnllaloil Iil'. '*,���������'-'������' round In a circle, but (llrni-lly no was Inkou'off hf  wnulil, iiKitaphoi'leally Hpoukli)!'', I'l'lsk  llko a kitten,  Tho Irish lorrl'.r und llio collie nro  terriblo Hwaiikore. 'Thoy will put  ip wllh nny imiouiit of petting, but  illreolly tho victim In oil' his tfiiuvil  limy will not hesltnto lo nip,  Everybody Is I'nmlllur with tho  plimflo, plnyliif! i>onmiin, meaning of  nonnio, lyliiK low, or protending, This  oxtriinrdlniiry littlo rinlmnl, If ntfiick-  ed, HtrolclioH itscU Ktlff upon the  ���������Mvui-ifl Vnn mnv liont it, Ihrow wat-  H or upon H, and nil hut kill It, yoi. wliou  you havo mnim aw.iy la /in.- Di'in )'(���������  lief that It. In deuil, tho little Importer  will jump up and nenrry to nafoly,  It In common knowledKo among  i-portaman that a pnrtrldgo will flutter  iimt nhend oi' ilni,'** or mon, pro lond-  liiK lo Jiavo a. broken wiliK, till nhf hub  lured iliniu away frnin hor bunion.  Thou Hho i'Ihpr and mills homo llko  tho wind.  NAVY  Hue  CHEWING  TOBACCO  earner  What the A. B. Seaman Says:  -I  '"A sailor's life Is bold and free, and lifo  is ono grand sweet song���������as long as  there's lots of Empire Navy Plug  Chewing Tobacco."  No Uonoer n Luxury  \VhnL'n Iho trouble?  TlU'i'ii't'i a tramp at lhe ilooi will* a  rickety automobile, Wants to know  il wc on it uho Uim au old t������ct of t!i\s<.  It Is elghty-tlirf-o yearn nlncr th<������  lirst liorHodrawii public omnll-tin ran  in Kur.Hind; the first public moliir-biio  i inn eight yenni ago.  Flltlna Subjects  ;| Manually, by ciiaiic*- uhsoukiu, umy  /mt Ut Ihu I'uDivuy <;;,ri'\:iuf, JIo w:ir.  a young man, beardlom*; IiIh companion a hoary ohMor.  Ho you aro a toucher? reiiiarkod llio  talkative veteran, I'll wagor you  had to pass a pretty t-tiff exam.    ,  Yes, iiiiieoi.U rejiiiod vim iiinuncioi  of tlio young,  And whnt were tho Riibjoctu? In-  fjiiilrod tho liuiulHltlvo paflHengoi*?  Welt, wo were examined In psychology, Integral ciiIciiIiih, mathematical  astronomy, polemic dlvlnliy, motaphy*-  utciU   analyrlv,   and   (Ireek,     1,nffii  Froncli and (Jorman voiHillcatlon.  Indeed! And for what position  \vero you idrlvlng?  Teacher of Iho Itifnulfi, sir.  During tho pant llnanolal yonr Gla������������  ���������v/.,'.i Irar.-iwr.-,'!" eivrrled '.-Tn million  prmaongnrw nnd took nonrly $5,0(10,000  In ronolptu,  nenlhn exceeded lilrths In Franco  last yenr hy nr.,000.  Regularity ���������    cf thi- bowfln is on abeolule nec<������-  ������ity lor good health, link***- tno  nauto matter from tlie food whicli  collects there is Rot rid of at ienst  once a day, it de-rays nnd poUom the  whole body, cauulna bilioumicu, indigestion and sick neaducheg, Salts  and other harsh mineral purgatives  irritate the delfente !inliit������ of lhe  bowels. Dr. Morne's Indian Root  Pilli*���������entirely vegetable ��������� rrpulate  the bowels effectively without weak*-  ening, sickening or griping.   Uie  Dr. Morse's   M  Indian Root Pills fl  THE NEWS/CUMTJERLAND.-B.'C  Why doesn't she take  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  Theystop a headache promptly, yet do not contain any ot  the dangerous drugs common in headache tablets. Ask vow  Druggist about them.   25c. a box. .    ,~-*.y������ur  National Pwuo mo Ckcmical Co. or Canada. Limitco, 122  In Backache the  s Speak  It is their way of callinE your attention to tho faoS  thnt thcy_aro not in perfect condition. Many peoplo ,  who persistently ignored repeated warnings given  by the kidneys nre now chronic sufferers from kidney  and bladder complaints which will stay with them  until they die, and perhaps hasten the end.,  How much better to help tne kidneys the moment  they show sign's.of needing a little assistance!   Taka  _,,       -    ,       ..       ���������; -     int. CLARK'S SWEET K1TRE PILLS In time,  ihey contain rsature'a own remedies. They lift the kidneys out of their temporary  depression and start them again' in normal activity. Sold everywhere at fifty centi  a box or mailed direct by 41  THE MARTIN, EOLE& WYNNE CO.,      WINNIPEG, CANADA  MONTREAL-HALIFAX TO BRISTOL  Shortest route to London and continent on 12,000  Ton Floatine Palaou.  Next Sailings from Montreal  "ROYAL GEORGE" Oct. 16th. Nov. I3lh  "ROYAL EDWARD" Oct. 30th  Xmas Sailings���������From Halifax  "ROYAL EDWARD" Nov. 27th  "ROYAL GEORGE" Dec. llth  Further Information from any rail  or steamship agent, or write.  A.  H.  DAVIS, Gen. Agent  272 Main Street. .. ...Winnipeg  SANOL  A     GERMAN     SPECIALISTS'     DISCOVERY WILL POSITIVELY CURE  t  KIDNEY TROUBLE  Bladder Stone, Gall Stones,  Kidney Stones. Gravel and  all Ailments of Uric Acid  Origin  SANOL   EXPELS" URIC-"AC1D   NEVER FAILS TO CURE  {Hundred**   of   cured   patients   can  prove our statement).  Sufferers* will receive pamphlet free  >n request.  Ssinol. PRICE $1.50 per bottle in  liquid from Druggists, .or direct from  tbe  tANOL MFG. CO. OF CANADA, Ltd.,  Winnipeg, Man.  RAW EI IB Karon ������ rapidly approaching.  S\t\H rUIV h������vb you decide when- U  market your collections,  Toronto it the chief Fur manufacturing cenlrti of Can-  ada, Do businr-u direct and get the full value for your  (kiiii,  Prompt rath for your coniignmenti, large or imall.  Write now for our trade new* letter to be iuued toon.  Addreii WAGNER, BUSIER ft CO., Dept. C.  80 Front St., Eait, Toroole, Oalaria  ifan(r&M4Mjim%  7Q& -MMm/ti*  tmyiMfM  WmWmlfy$toWmlt  tytWrniVftyuat  DYOLA  En^OL KIND5"c*>wl  Ml   illlll I III III   f  Wt tht CIXANP.8T,SIMI'l.BST,and 1HR9THOMR  OYI'., on* can liuy-Wliy you don't avrnliava- to  know whnt KINDof'Gloih yourCiooili ata mul*  d(,..Sii Mlitulini aro linpniailila,  Komi fnr 1'ri'o (lnlor I'.tnl, Hlnry tlnoMvl, anil  llnnliltt ylvlng mult! ol llyolnn ovar oilier c-olar*.  'tha JOIINSON-IUOIIAHOKON CO,, Umllail,  Monimal, I'nnwli.  Unlit moves at llio rato of 200,000  inlU-H a fioconil.  Public HtodiR Btooil in tlio Strand,  London, bo lato ns 1820.  * In Franco thoro lo a tax on doors  nnil wlndowH,  BOe. a box or ilx boxei for (2.50.  at all dealer*, or The Dodda Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,  Canada.  The Big Noise  This is the story they told ih Washington during the time when Colonel  Roosevelt was sweeping things before  him in the popular primaries in various States.     ���������,���������        ,...,',     __. ������������������'-���������  The colonel approached the"gates of  heaven, and was met by St. Peter,  who welcomed '"him with alacrity.  Hardly had * the colonel stepped into  the portals when he heard the sound  of singing.  What's that? be asked.  Those aro the choristers in that  building across the street, explained  the saint.' We wanted to .welcome  you in style, and we havo in there  twenty-five hundred singers.  That's' not enough, objected the colonel. . We ought to���������have a big'choir.  Can you get fifty thousand tenors?'  St. Peter thought that could' be  dono.  And fifty thousand contraltos? pursued the new arrival,  This also was agreed to.  And fifty thousand sopranos?  Yes, answered St. Peter, but who  will sing bass?  Oh, said Roosevelt lightly, I'll sing  bass.  Mlnard's Liniment for sale everywhere  ���������ii "       i���������  The Sub's Snub  There ��������� is an amusing story told, of  an Army oflicer who is noted for his  ready wit. Iu the very early days  of his career he was ordered out to  Bombay as A. D. C. Shortly after his  arriva he had to make a visit to Gov-  MUme*.t House, where a new and very  supercilious military secretary was installed.  The room was crowded with people  when the young subaltern entered'  ���������and-proceeded- to cxplain-his -business.  The military secretary who, in the  conscious pride of his new position,  had a hearty contempt for subalterns  of all degrees, with a1 glassy stare  through his monocle offered him two  lingers to shako.  Tho A.D.C. quite unabashed, looked at him for a second or two, and  then said genially: Hang it all, major,  the governor gives me three.  It one bo troubled with corns and  warts, ho will find in Holloway's Corn  Cure an application that will entirely  relieve ������������������suffering.'  No Strangers Allowed  Frank II. Hitchcock,' tho postmaster  general of the United States, takes  the deepest Interest in even the smallest details of-the postal service. Ono  evening he was at tho Union Station  in Washington, when lie decided to go  into one of tho railway mail-service  cars to see how tho mail matter was  being handled, Being a tall man and  vory athlotlc, he easily swung himself  from tho platform Into tho car, but ho  did not find it an easy matter to stay  put. A burly postal clork grabbed  him by tli" should ers, propelled him  towards tho aide door, and practically  ejected him to the platform below.  What do you mean by that? asliod  Hitchcock indignantly.  I moan to keep you out of this car,  replied tlio clerk roughly. That follow Hitchcock has given us ntrlct or-  dora to keep all stranger!' out of thoso  cars.  \^ MM  ������������������������������������������������������  lannaMi   M������il"-���������    i ' ������ '���������       ' "���������  Human Nature  Mugglns���������I supposo It is Unman na-  tiiro to sympathize with tho undor doe  llugglns���������Yon, oppeelnlly If wo aro  pretty suro Uo la going to get on top.  IT'S THE FOOD  The True Waw to   Correct   Nervous  Troublei  Quite Appropriate  Your Majesty, asked the cook of  the King of tho Cannibal Islands, how  will you have the latest captive prepared?  I always like to cook ray game,In  some way appropriate to.their national characteristics, replied the savago  monarch. Of what nation does he  hail from?  Ireland, your Majesty. Is it your  pleasure tliat he be served as an Irish  stew?';.';;..    ..   ''.-. ,.���������'*:--'..  ., ���������  Oh, nol You may make a soup of  him." v ';���������...' .".        ���������������������������������������������'.'������������������-:,-   ,  ���������t But is that characteristic: of the. inhabitants of Erin, your Majesty? asked the chef politely."  Why, certainly. That's the, way  chey cook young men in Ireland,  I beg your pardon, sire, but I never  heard of it.      ,. '  Which shows your lack of knowledge. In Ireland a broth of a boy  is a common expression, .   ,  iiow's This?  ' Wd offer Ono Hundred Dollars Item-id (or M3  ������U* ot Catarrh tliat, cannot be cured by tllX*  CaMarrh Cure.   _,,.    '  , ��������� S   -* 1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, a  We, the undcrs'stved, have known if. j. Cheney  ���������or tha last IS years, nnd believe lilm perfectly ho*>  arable la all business transactions nnd financially  ible to curry out any obligations nude by his Dim.  WALUINQ, KlNNAN <t MAnVlN',-  Wholesale Drumilata. Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, actlsf  directly upon tlio blood and mucous surlaces of tkt  ���������yatom. Testimonials sent free, l'rlcc TS cent* m*  bottle.  Sold by all DruitKlats.  Xate Uall'a Family I'lUs for coMtl*i-,tloa  ��������� A rustic,,who did odd jobs for the  village blacksmith, askcil leave of absence for the following day, which  was granted.  During the morning his employer  noticed him, dressed in his Sunday  best, coming down the road from the.  direction of the church, 'sheepishly  followed by a woman who kept about  two paces to the rear, on the opposite side of the road.-. ..   _r-  Jerking his thumb over his shoulder  in the arre-ction "of his companion, and'  at'the same time indicating her with  a movement of his head, the yoke*  solemnly ejaculated:  Got 'er.  Asthma' Overcome'. Tho triumph  over asthma has assuredly come. Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  proved the most positive blessing the  victim of asthmatic attacks has ever  known. Letters received from thousands who havo tried it form a testimonial . which leaves no room for  doubt that here is a real remedy. Get  it to-day from your dealer.  K1DNEYPAINS  IN THE BACK  COULD   NOT    STAND    OR     EVEN  ___TURN_1N__BED���������LEGS-.GREATLY SWOLLEN"        ~���������-  W. N. U. 019  Nervous troubloa aro moro >f.to,n  caused by Improper food nml liulIkohI-  Ion thnn moat pooplo Iniuglno. Nvcn  dootorn sometimes overlook thlu fact.  A man says:  "Until two years ngo waffles and  buttor with moat'and gravy woro the  main foiituros of my UronkfiiHt, Finally dyBpopslii camo ou nml I found my*  sole in a bud condition, worso in tho  morning than any othor Hmo. I  would havo a full, Hick fooling In my  Htou'iacli, wlt'i pains In my heart,  uldoH and head.  "At times I would luvvo no appotltn  for dnya, tho:������ 1 would feel ravoimus,  never oatlBfled when I did rat and so  nervous I folt like plivloklng at tho top  u".   '..->���������   YO'.CC.        !  !<-"'t  tfniitt   l-.fi(Ily nnd  hardly know which wny to turn until  ono dny 1 bought, a box ot Uiu-h'-NiKm  food to boo If I could oat thai, I  tried It win-out tolling tho dor-tor. and  lilted it flno; mado mo fool an If I  hnd RomoUiliiR to oat that was Batls-  .'������������������!*!;: ���������'���������i'i "tin T rililrt't havo that  heaviness tint I Vid foil aftor eating  any other fond  "I hadn't drank nny coffeo thon In  flvo woolen, I kept on with the  anipo-Nutrt and In a month nnd a half  1 had gained lfi poumlu, could cat almost nnylhliiK I wanted, didn't fool  badly alu*r eat lag and my wnVvotia-  nofia wnu all gone. It's a pteaimro to  bo well URalii"  Nume ijlvon by Canadian TV-ilum  Co., WlivJRor, Ont. Head the 1-ook,  "Tho llouj lo WcllvilliV' In pkgn.  "Thoro'R a rarmon."  Ever read the above letter? A new  one appear* from time to time. They  art ucnulnc, true, and full of human  Interest.  All Doctor's   Medicine   Failed���������Cure  Effected   by Use of  BR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  Again this great medicino .has triumphed over kidney diseases of a severe type.- From a bed of suffering  and helplessness Mrs. Walsh was restored to health and strength by using Dr.' Chase's Kldnoy-Myer Pills.  Kidney pains in tho liack tortured  her. Dropsical swellings had set in  and she had no reason to hope for  cure, slnco tho doctor's 'medicino failed to even relieve hor. Head what  tho husband says about this remarkable cure.  Mr. ThOR, D.AWalflh, Plctou, N.S.,  writes:���������"Two years ago my wlfo took  to her bed after suffering for a long  timo from kidney pains'in tho back.  Sho was not able to aland on hor foot  or oven turn herself in bod. The  doctor's medicino was no benefit  whatovor, that wo could boo. , Sometimes hor logs would swell considerably." Heading about a woman ia  similar-*condition,being cured by Dr.  Chaso's Kidney-Liver Pills, wo purchased two boxes and when thoso  wore used sho waa ablo to sit up.  Witli threo moro boxes uho was restored to health anil doing her own  housework.  As for myself T nlso found those  pills all that Is calmed for them. I  glvo this statement ln ordor that  others may obtain tho samo easo from  Buffering,aa thnt PX'ioi'lonecd by my  wife and'mysoU."  Ono pill a doso, 25c*. a box, nt all  doaloi'H op Kdmanaoii, IlatoH & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  The Rag Dealer's Scales  When a con wan born to tlio hend  of a certain family In nn Ohio town,  tho proud futlioi' wont oul. of tho Iioubo  to borrow a pair of isniilort.     Jur,t nn  Uo diiKhi-d out of Um Rd to way, Iio ran  Into a rng dealer, who wnu culling at  tho top of hln lu ti KB!  Any rngH, any bivltloH, nny���������  Look liorol  oxcitilmod tho oxnlted  parent.    Como Into tlio houso. I want  you to weigh BomolhliiK for ino.  Tho man did nsTceiuoHtr-d.     The  pink milo wna Hod up In a towol und  hookod on to tho hciiK'B.  Six poundH! c.rloil tho iiupho,  Six poundH ropottteil tlio disappoint-  od father,  Thi** rag il onlor mulled. Don't lot  that worry you, my friend, nald ho.  Thou Is iho HcnloB l buys liy.     I  gllOSH tilO UIU Wt'l'lllU ll'll piHiilii.., <'ut,>-  bo a liul. oi'i,i' lli'il,  Shutting Oft the Oratory  The most nervous person at the banquet was a young journalist who had  been Invited to make a speech. He  old not enjoy the food. From soup  to nuta he continually brushed' his  brow with the .back of his hand in  a dazed manner and put his handkerchief into every pocket In his clothes,  one after the other, in systematic and  painful rapidity. He was seated  next to Joseph G. Cannon, who knows  all there is to know about going to  banquets and being bored by the  speeches, afterwards. The young  man, full of ideas and language, jump-  to his feet as if he had been shot out  of a gun when his turn came. Ilo  looked like somebody who has been  hypnotized, and thrown into a cataleptic state.  Gentlemen, he began, it is my hum-  bio opinion that tho generality of  mankind in general indisposed to take  advantage of the generality of���������r  Sit down, son, cut in Uncle Joe. You  havo gone iuto the same hole you  started from.  And that ended tha speech.  Turning the Tables  In some cases counsel, receive answers to questions that they had uo  business to pur, which, if not quite  to their liking, are what thoy justly  deserve. Thp ''following story of  George Clarke, a celebrated negro  minstrel,, is a. case in point'. On one  occasion, when being examined as a  witness,, he was severely interrogated  by a lawyer.  You are In the minstrel business, I  believe? inquired the lawyer,  Yes, sir, was'the reply.  It not that rather a low calling?  ������������������I don't know but what it is sir, replied tho minstrel, but it is so much  better  than  my  father's  that I  am  rather proud of it. ^  The lawyer fell into the trap.  What was your father's calling? he  inquired.  He was a lawyer, replied Clarke, ln  a tone that sent the whole Court into  a roar of laughter as the discomfited  lawyer sat down.  Over 75 per cent of the trade of the  British Empire is foreign; the rest is  inter-Imperial. ,.���������  In one year over 500,000,000 tons of  goods were can-led on tho railways of  tho Unjted Kingdom.  For threo solid hours the captain  had been lecturing his men on "the  duties of a soldier," and he thought  it was timo to see how much they had  understood of his discourse. Casting  his eyes round the room, ho fixed on  Private Murphy as his first victim.  Private Murphy, he asked, why  should.a soldier be ready to die for  his country?  Private Murphy scratched his head  for a moment, and then a smile of  enlightment crossed his face.  Sure, captain, he said, pleasantly,  you're quite right.     Wliy should he?  Bang! went the rifles at the manoeuvres. Oo-oo screamed the pretty  girl���������a nice, decorous, surprised little  ���������scream-:���������-Slie-stepped,backward-into  the surprised arms of a young man.  Oh, said she, blushing. I .was so  frightened by the rifles. I beg your  pardon. Not at all, said the young  man. Let's go over and watch the  artillery.  Grocer*- are firm friendi of Windsor  Table Suit. They like to icllit,became  it is pure and clean and good.  Ask any grocer for his best salt, and  lie will Rive you Windsor Salt every  time, Not because it costs more���������  il does not���������but because the grocers  know that Windsor Table Salt pleasc9  their customers. 67  Repeating Shotguns  ������  jp shooting brings   out tke\ Bhootiag  ities of a gun.    Winchester Repeating  Shotguns last year won both the professional  and amateur Season's Averages.   This showt  they are reliable in action  and close,  hard  shooters.   These qualities make therm excellent  for bird shooting, especially for the quick, fast  flyers.   Winchester guns are well built and finished  and will give good service for years.   They are sold by  ������      all dealers. Send postal for complete illustrated catalog  <\   WlfttKSTEl KPHTIHfi AIMS C������*      ���������        Ris ton, Cm.  e<JB/rd  They have a true  safety base  ���������" Keadr wtlr-silenr tip;���������Will"���������  never explode if Stepped  on.  Eddy's Matches have satisfied Caa- .  . adlans aincij 1851���������accept ne others. ^  Tho E. B. Eddy Company. Hull, Canada  INSIST ON GETTING "EDDY'S"  Washboards,   Wood Pails and  TuBs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  Where the Promise was Made '���������  Tho other day a well-known counsel  examining the plaintiff in. a breach of  promise case, Inquired of her:���������  Waa defendant's air when he promised to marry you perfectly serious or  ono of levity and jocularity?  Tho complainant replied: If you  pleaso, sir, it was all ruffled with him  running his hands through It.  You misapprehend my moaning, said  the counsel. Was tho prom (lie mado  in utter sincerity?  No, sir, It was mado In llio waflh-  house, replied the plaintiff,) amid roars  of laughtor.  If your Clothier does not sell  SANFORD'S SOVEREIGN BRAND  CLOTHES  see the other fellow  Write for the " Concrete Book"  A new record linn been QEtabllshed  In tho llotiHo of Commons by Mr.  Touolio, tho member for Norlli Islington, who asked a qno-tllon of M5 worda  Which lllH'il  illlll  it 1-.1t',*-- -���������*������   ���������-.���������*��������� O.vk.  Papar. It had roforenco to an order  whloh mulum a coIIoro training an In-  iltHpoitMultlo iiuiillllcatloii for a head-  toacluTHhlp, llllliorlo tlio record  for wordliiiiHH Iiiih been hold by Mr.  Glniicll, the Itulopmiilftiit Nationalist  nu-mli'T for North U't-BMnoafli.  Ron -wnter cfinlaliii Hllver In eoiuiil-  crabU* qiiJinlUIi'.'*, mm) ll Ih often round  (iepoHlted on the copper nhoathing of  s'hlpN.  Whon artists art1 permitted to mako  copies of picture*;* In i������ \mh\U- picture  r,nflnry 'hey nn* nllntvi-il  to sell the  ' topic;! for tholr own ' c*'<*nt  [N C.'unada, where tlm winters *ir������ long and cold, liousei must be lollil ������nd mbsUntial. No '������������������jlnEerbrn'l frills,"  inch an distiriEuli.il t'lilifnuilii bungalows. C3ii he permitted.     Catiidian homM ihould be built lo defy wind and  cold, to Lecp warm inside when it's thirty below out-doon.  IT i������ btCMi.c Concrete, of alt materi-tli, ben witlutantii wmu, mm duni-.w'.J, iUi III* '.-'A 1 -v.-rt-***; ;*-*.������>.������������������ W ������>hh  <.'������-.������,_'_'��������� J..H.K I;(,iJ,k...    Cu,..i<i,- }i���������i.:ciuic nwini Iii v-m'rr, Triy*wWW������ rntf for HM-tiiiR * Ihey ire cool in  c-iiiuurr.    A Concreti- house never nreih repalri ��������� because, initrail ���������'' rfeciyin*., it actually (jrowi tl(t*i'Cer with  lime ami exposure to the element*.  V'KRY'otlractlve architectural effect*- maybe obtained with Concrete, eipecially for liousei in the country, where  "   the roujvh concrete nirface harmoui/en with im ������iirroiindinc������.  C1.M.11 i.r..t- miiiuit,!.,,.!.!, ....:  *-' ent* of a i-ouarl������ titidtnca It ,1* laat  mat | snd It ii cl.rapor, (ur thii rratoa.  lli a ii any oilier kind ol liomf.  -^JOTnnly ia Conrtf In lli<- tin) ratl������(ial  x~ for hoiiie-buililinf.    ll may alia l.������  *,������Hrirl tka  l-*f  ratii  *l  haina anil on Ui* laim.    - -- . .  Xntia puipoira il ii llm belt material  known.  r' you have n't Ipvetlitatitl |U "���������' nf  tonii������i������ nniuniJ ilia liumn aiut on !'���������*  farm, wrlir novr fot tint Uta fcf������|<. wliUJs  Irlll ail admit u.c u.,>...������ i-.^ .'...!���������. uf  ContraU, and Jtiuibn kundiadi of prac  lital iimi Ur It. Juitaay " Kami m< your  beak " In a Inur or on a pott eatrl. anil  lhe look will bt itul you ��������� 'tolulaly  Irea,  AdJran -  Publicity M*n*i*t  507  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED *��������� mWSt  lf'Jlfil luvlng Ctrttflll, It flirt la  get'Tunm/it Vemntl" Srt (hat tvriy  bag and barrel bta rt (hit lahtl. 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Ti)iKliN0-TS0E iRntBy'-wdT#r of 1  ���������-,��������� .-������������������ !���������,(-* ^j.llo.vi.1-;,' clwcnbcd Land*.��������� iilie llmor Ini&ge-'3<irW mp������rte In 1  i.. , ^vias.-.-u a p^ist plantea,-** Uie (^ ftUW W������^MVf Uv.SiK olny of i  ,.   ���������'���������J-t-*c-vror^ l4w   .^.^^  _ > -i. thence- west  8J)  thiun,,*H ihen*ie . _ ������Ut.^.,v  I. ��������� ���������.-.'*���������. ctvhnst'taeficfr oust So chain's.tori*1* a' > ���������W^wfcair������fi������p������tOT..������t tlu  ���������s.i;   n..i;.: IbiN; iner.ee: f.iljnvviii-^ shorn ,������sfcv     ^    Riim*    SPltrpSy,.   rfp-. .  i.    t .YilvS-ichun-.-," more or.-le������s-tO'ilia. ;���������������*������>    ,i\, w.WdicKli*-' Boak  J&iy   or. -j  .- ������������������ri h. i_j,i 11 -i i n -4. c.) ru nj; u n ga  64') .UiresjiM..,  X.-h 1IJ12, i'n.iffSrnfy- >1  J-���������"'���������lo5S* j!      'Mi net-������i������iiie*iigui'rnc������-lf tfifii e?tnle_  ^ORfliE mDIW       faD.a.ftlbwwails-dw*   ths  ^.Ulo  A',^eiitJor JETred. ftluihr..' . .,<  i"1  ���������'t)-i  viiyimL (.( il, r;9rj- ,  JmvitM. W pr������rtatetl5 and*  pa.il,   re [  'r-peu'.ivaly (vn t.i-   hefor* fli-j   ,t',5tb  ������������������iJ^U,ORL^I^������lL./VCX.w       .clcyciOx-iober 194*2  vM'UT'f'T^   ,       -, li        ;       w w. vsrjiinr:.  N.'Jui/i.-i<���������ih herwy !'.;ven,,uv:itiom tile j;  i !-.-/  of October   no:.:t,   tvojiliciiivoi-iii'  xDfJfoi'sl' AilmiiriUiBatoft.  imiIb w^he\siii������r.nwndcn*'ofi!.*Gu ^  -f ..i.ioil l':-|ic-i fiir l!i,i tr i;i.it';r of tl\e: |:  '-j nji.-fiii- ihe sale   of.- liqiiM- by   r-arail'  ��������� .i .i.-.l i'.-,ioiv,tb''. pren'.-sas know mis-the  Vs   '.nvv',l!i)!eli,situai������ ������-jt Cliirapbelli Usjv-  ^'   -.'.Viti*ih������C'olttml:ia).ftt)miChav(es-jThii  I'i nl  ivncrs'in, ilfinnan   to' Glinrilcn.  T> uim,,nl Campbell River,, Uriu^h^Cui-  r*a.t>Ui..  ^..tticl iliis 141I1 il'.iy ofSt*|U , 1912  ���������|;i.llJLIN ft HAN NAN  Hlolcler'. of I.irnuis  ���������niAkRUKS IMULIK.  coufi x cm;ut <������wn a maimo  .  Sit���������'.ibs'gnodh o!f AUii-ns   kUiu-eip  nviiuf.i.dncciiKtKl' int������8la.;^.  ; inviiiEjfi. fci.o������������rnc3is. t-huit u-y ������H'm  /of Wh Honor J'tttigxt Pnrhn n,n)i*  n the ubc'vo'ct'wt.ou.rbd- i:fo Any  ,of. Sa'i-it'-irth'*!* B;i2, t:.\< vnuldrsrgii  .\sstttf ii upoiu t tf.-lj-i.dmiiii.-t-!H������(ir ot tbe  \pp!u'.iw. fun 'nra-.i-j/crjrt-iihti' '������I)AIW'ri(>v,;'uii:y,������|'-*������*;.ilab��������� d--.  r ....   ..���������., .-.._- -Lttair-i,l,,v!io umb liilh'du',- JkiTraine  aSn\ want Lmd. .Ii������i������frn:.U     ' |jori M,lJr .,lf���������,f ^,0- ilU9g(fUa.,  Distt.iutoCSny.Wur*!, -j   A^.J*ticcaunt** usaiwi  tba-wtatc  TAlvW. Hotioe    tlii-.i WiUlanvljaiul u\{, a-5������ounta' iln.v tha* anliiti-  '   ,\--i (.ViI������.*���������,.*n, of Var.coHVKVt ec-bniist be-ijrt-iiftniijd'aiHl ^tti.l:'rr������������j)oo  i*.,,i .ioa, p'-iink-r, intim.l.s t.������. ap.. twal;* ni������ or l>i'.fni"������ lb������* lfuli.tlay of  ,. ,��������� t.Ji. .pa-ni'issipii   to   purvhnsr* 0������<-jb������>r lauj;  ��������� '������������������ 'f'ii.'ivi'jii.r (k'scrUjed  laji*,!*-:'--!/ w",.\V-, \ri|iu.\'Hi^,  tMm,M'-..-ii������j.'i.t a.pontpluuf-ihl.ap.' Gfftoiai: AJtuininU-ttior  s iiiiiu,*jj.Oiist. of. t-hft- north (iasi-.cji'-  ��������� ,��������� <jf.-Tinibcr lilmtnR*- 323?, thui-  ������������������a.jt';io obniw*,   thwticei, wiuh '  viurnb*vliind',,Hi, Q<  *rm*al**f,--l*mm*mm il ������������������*aW|l,liW*������---l-_|^< ,  "ii"  .���������ne" '.vv-t svi'-ihii'Uii)  chiyi.-arU JLlaivi iJietrity  Din riot oS.l*7u jskvnrth  "s^ *r-*f  ll  -_ ��������� -  ������������������-, i.Hr".  '"'fa.       .  ,                        4  -,,,  '-Jl������ VH  '4 ..'. i 1 "  '   IC!.  (if  .'lv ^  V;.rt   ,  *���������"   *    1  '  ���������ill;*''.  . ��������� Ui ��������� i;  > ���������    oi1 ���������������; a*    . i i  '}*���������������������������*-v-i-   ;.  ti  -     ���������' :���������   '^t   i>i.i,.  1 -  '      ,',tt������'#l������'*'.MIll'. '  i    k't-^il   ���������'������'���������  jdrillt . ,  >'t<:  m  iv  r        i: If  ���������''     VI, Iff    I.      ,.  .I'.'l    (VI tl    ���������[  '"> .   aiii* '  it  iu .1  t* -  riki.'Usit*: ,in"!,-v ijiioiu .iiii.',iiP;   ''>!'  .     '1 if,   'IjIiV'tlV    ..-������i    -.ttl.kf t'.-llfJl .   ,. _  ,,,,i lln'LjAu-^'. lij^,,ini'^  -...-r  H?Mll������ril*(, Uaflff, Ag.11,1 ';  .1  5^^vr*--/.l-^^-���������w^^-���������'.--S>���������r^,--*v'������������������rt7^^^ ?>^i^iA,*v\i_*_..1'?=*"  i-������__C_S___=yWji-,  ryHfer-w *~*t****v**>*  r***T-rmm-aW*mW***  iverik.tinc't! ul' U,   \\. \ Jjiiidrij~LVini"U*i*ii.yi.i, Y>". C^  ~m~ if   \     'wwi -iT'r -���������it   *T ii r nir imi la^TUnw   iT   i   Tii if ^i 1  LAND ACT  Vancouver Land  l4**'riet  DUlrict of Sayward  TAKK NOTICE ' lh-n   Mi"hacl  Young, nf Brooklyn. New York, o������-  cupauon J-niil'-r, inleiids 10 aj-ply  for parmi'-r-i'iii to purohasf the following ilor-cribed land*-*.��������� I'omnian  ���������*ing 8t a  post planted   50 ch-.ins  onh of tbo  north-west 0 -m* r 01  lot 582,   tl������pn.e   east    40   chain?,  'hence   i-'onth   50  chi-iii!-,   t)i������i ce  ���������vept -10 chain?,  thonce   1 orth   .r������0  (ihaiiie to point of ci'mtnencenien'.,  conltunin^ 200 iioro- more or h>-t������,  MICHAEL YOU NU,     -  Ap'dieant  Thomrs.-- Mi.iier, Ageut  Out October 30th, 1912  ���������'���������rtattlia_MBn.BW>fc>_t������������������Pl������wama������������>������> ������aV^<i>^������'*ar������sv3M������*a������*Y,������a_H������____H9*a������  LAND ACT  Vauoouver LVnd District  District of Sayward  TAKIC NOTICE th.������t   William  Peter Adani",   of N*-w York,  Nt-w  for)*,  occpalion.    tul-r-nvin,   in-  ������������������ d,> to apply   for   ptirmi*->-ioi������ to  im.rcbi������e  ib**-following;   docii i-l  '������������������lndu��������� Counnesirina    at   a   jmst  I'linted al the iv>rlh wet*1, co������ i.erof  iie honlh h-ilf of l*n n9'),  h"i ce t-o*i h 80 -chuii-u, tbe ce  ������������������������'���������? 1 40chain**, more or less to tbo  *a*-������ Hn--of lot &8-% ll-viioe nmth  SO chainft.   ihence en.~t 40 chnin?,  ii.re i������r h"-!* *o pidnt of com neme-  li'nt, containiug 820 nc;os ui r- cr  e:si?.  WILLIAM PKTKR ADAMS.  Ap-i'iiiianl  T! (������MiH Mrttii-i. Aj-i'iit  ):it*, Oc������oh������*r'29ih. 1912  *.\m^lw &Hr*^to*m*m*r���������mm*xitm*AjfmL.f ���������Km^wjmixmtmmm  N'lnOli Txhtl\ll>) {'.Vf.i Ihiilavi ri. fir������t  ��������� y uf l) .u'l.lwr next ap*,>ti(sitir>a   wiil   lie  uif to !''it* Sa_)<?iijt������.uil.: i  of   rr.n ii ciul  'oiioe, Victivia, lerihe loua-'sal of tlw lie -  ��������� 1 liot-iise Lu null   liquors   by  retsil ������u tnft  ���������s'ih-1 ii:������>svu iva UieL>ru8 hoti-j, sttuated at  'i>:i*"X, Fl O. Oxuso--. VI. 1iaiii>ow  O .id OctiAei 2 VUVrn.  ���������  '**m*r*mm*mmm*m.*4mrmmmaaam*mtm*awm^a*-r*mr**maaamwmm*a\. -.amt^a^mrwrn^mam  Ni; TICK i<������ hcre'#y _-jvci> tb.il f-nthe  ���������ft ''..iy ������f Niisambi r \f}iz, arr'n-itior-  kill lie mixle lis ;h-j S.it.t-r.i-i.t'.kU-ri ft  I'n.vusriiiJ I'o'icr-, foi ci ic-spss.-.'. .*f ih-.  klule-'.ile i cj-nr licen-e U|>ir������ ilu,- p em-  isijs kisosvn as Lot.24, S-.il'&ck.tion :, Nc'5-  ���������_jui__L)i*.itu-i. ��������� _��������� ,   Pilsener iIrewing CojirANv.  I),ite������i Oclol>er ~m\, Uji3  ffxmfVffm* 1���������m is.������.������wu.-a������wu9.  NOnGSi ii bi-reby f-iveii '5iat m tin.-.  iirut rloy of 1>op������?itiIi������.'i rn'Xt ;n)_>ljv at.on'wiH  ife IDacloto the. SllJ.C Ul"������:li-.U.'it "I  Pi-Ukiji-  iiial Polico, Vicfiju, i:r 11 rmtv ;-.\ of tho  hotei Iteraso tn st ' Ji_uka������iai bj nt.a*l in  *li������botel knw'vs'ia ������k *,[nt Unit.-a iM*\, ttt���������  uulo r.t Uyimv li.O. Joins N. V cl.iwu.  Dun d Uiu 'Aul dny ol 0<e>obt r, -������-i>l������   '.  NkJl'lCliiti lv-ioby jjiveii tln.t sin tba  itdvda -fy U.c.u.bor utxt 11 ji. He, ti; u v ill  >>e u.tule to to tlie Su-ji' *ri>.lu.i_.dei:t it I'm-  vi 11 tsi 11 i I'olicc,'.V'icU-ii;*, for a ii'la"*'>l ������f  lb*i b. tel license to nil li*|uo-u by rotail  tlu- h to! knowii iisalw vjuu' Uuny Hoa*������,  it .atoi at C uvtui ay, H.C.  John K.'Joitxarro-t.  '..Dated Oob.bo: 2 ltl2.  N0TU K bt*rc!'y ������iv iilliot tm tl.o  timt da> of Ukuuaibor .iojc t iio. .Ion will  iu niurjo Ui tlwSnpoiiiiUiiHiBiitoi Pr.'Viuoinl  i'olic.*, Victor! , feu- vliu rmmwul cf tho hi������-  *i.*l ;iueii*.o ;u dull in ')y iouil iu ilu  Ii.h-jI kntiwn ������u U. i.-.i(lii hcl 1, aitiutn  <atCoiirtt>nay,.l'.li. 0,11. Fkuiisku.  Ditetl Ojto.ibr S, 1012;  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  ko the millions think,  NJTIUlt U beieliy j-ivon tii. t on tlio  flrnt d'������y ef Dccs)iiiIki'ik'S*i ii'i>|)li0iti.m will  bo mudo to tlw yiiporiiittf nlon", of 1'ro-  vinuial I'oiicw, Vitviiviii, (.ir a nh'������I ut  tbo bntul liuviiioo iu I lii'iiotrt by ictuil  in tho liotol kuovvn n;t iho Klk lnAnl, dtu-  iitcd nt. Com x, ll.C.     Jons Maktin.  iMi-UOut bir.sj, UIIH.  N(H'It!liI i> barol.y givoti ti.ut ou tbo  lirnt dny if DJctuilmr imxt u|i|,iliuutiuii'wiU  bo iiii.dn tu iim Hiiioi'ii.V'.i.do'tt i.f Viovbi-  oinl I'olicti, Vlcoiia, fk>r tho ruavvsiilof llio  bote] llCi)������t**i o noil liq'totB hy nt ill in thu  bO'ul kilost-n an thu N0U11 boiol, mtun'oil  ut Uaiott Uuy, U,C. ������1oiin Vhmvm.  I),.to.l Outohor Sud, 1012.  '"���������"r.Ut  *  ���������   w^i.A'vV  $mlJ&*ZiZmV        00.  'TtU  ...  B  aere is no better way of ma-  ���������ng the people think of you  than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said/'  NOTIOK ia hereby tfivnn thnt on tho  Hrot dny of Docembrncxt npplUntlou wll  bo iiibiIo tu tba StiiK-iintevulontof Provla*>  chd Polico Viotorin, fkir a renewal of tb  hottM llcfinao to Hi'll liipi'im liy rot nil in  tlio hotel kumva oa tbo WHIossh lloio] el'.-  uaU."J utC'in.-brll It vor, B. Q.  TUULIN ft UAMNKN.  D.'tcdOotouor2,191il.  NOTIOK iu lioroly nivon thut. on tho  (hut d������y r.t Uto.nihor ui**t upplioation will  bu mndo I-i tho Siuiiorliit-iudent of I'rovi.'i-  oi*l Policu for tlio, rem wu) ol tho hot-1 li-  rtenaa t' Btll liqiMM hj loUil in thn Intel  1.���������.���������... f��������� il,rt \v ii,,      .j..,,���������:���������..  m.,���������,  -***'--- *-*��������� --- - ������������������..... ,   %.*������������������{,   .......  kitimtiifit Oyator His'ir, in the -iroviiico of  Ibi iih ColumbiB.    Ai.sii'. WooDia-i.  Uitod Oa obor "J, Will.  NOTIOK in Hereby fjlvwi tbnt on tl 0  llrBt iiiy of Da *.. ml ki i.t-xt in'iibcali'm *.''i'l  hom������<le to tbo.-i iv.erhiion;lciit i.f I'i- vi.:-  il'll i'uhtv*, VijU.ii , for Iho ri*nnv,-..Iiif t,|,������  hotel liuo'Irte to h- ll tii-iinr.* liy 10'ail in tbo  butk-1 knowa ii* ti.-.* X\ Ui on hotel, Htuair-.i  at Uuiaj Hay It.V,, .si.niifenU.M-r.i* lioitvH  Ohtrxi o.:iol*j ���������.', io;.- *jjf>  THE  KEWS,   GUffiBEKLAKD;   31HTME   CDLUMBTA  til  NOTICE is kvT'.hy given tli-.t td tbo  nextweetiajjof fio Ro.rdvf Lie-uso Com  iuui.ion.-ra .rf tiie 0% of Cumberland, I  intend to apply f..r a renewal . f the hotel lie-two lieli},!)-,* me f������r ihe Veiidmue  Hotol, 1-ituate.i on lot 5, U.-ck 3. Oinibcr-  Jand To-vubiw.  E. S. ROBERTSON  D-atdd November 6th, 1912.  ��������������������������� i���������������   i .in i .mil        ., |   ,  NOITCli id hereby nb_en. that at tbe  n/xt meeting ������f tlie Board of Licenf-e Com-  mi-iMo-iors o* ih.. City of Cumberland, i  Mend 'o.app.y for a renewal of tb������ hot-  ���������el liicnse bell by me for the Cuinberlnnd  Ho-tl, Minntd onlo'- 1, blook i������, C'um.cr-  'lahd To .-i-si'e.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD  fluted t.- is 6th dny of Nov., >9l2.  Notice is hereby given tliat at the  next meeting of tbe i3o;ird of License  Coinmis'HOtters I intend to apply for a  renewal of ihe hotel hcei.se held by me  for ihe Mew England Hotel, situated on  block 3, lot 3, CumberUnd 'fowi-site.  JOSEPH WALKER  D.red Nov, 7J1, 193:2.  l-iO I'lCE ii hereby given  that  on   tho fust   day   of   December  NOl'l'E ia hesoby Ij-ivea that at the  avxfc meeting of '.hi* Board of Liofnso Com-  mbpi.mori fur ihe Ciiy cf Cuml.erland. I  intend to npply for a reiio.val of tlie wholesale liq-i'.r t-ce 'S'j held by mn, situated ou  lot 6. bloc;-15, UuiiiborlandTowiibit*).  CIALI MUSSATTI.  Dnted ibis (Mi'twy of Nov., 1912.  ----���������������...������__,. 1 ������������������������������������_.  NOTICE is hereby giveu ti-at at the  next n.b-'tng of Iho Buant .������f Lice aoV m  mis-ioiior* of tbe City of 1 umb r'an.l, I  i' louil.ti������ u j#lv f..r a reno'itl of the hot-  el lieeaa., I10I.I b. me for tbo Wav r!y  H'M-1, m( noted ou }.._ 2, blook 3, Cumbu-  lnnd Tovsneite.  FRANK DALLOS  Dut--.' tl.fr, Cth <]..> of N..v., 1912.  NOTICE islur.iy given tlut at th* i.tx.  owe in_f vt ;he ii ad nf .Lie n-<o Comiub-  si ue 1* of tin* Ci-y of I'umborlnud, I in  tend t<> i'ppls for a r-uc>*ul of bo wh**lp-  tmlebqii'ir li.r-iido held by m., eitu-ted  ������u lot 12, block 7, Cunibk-rland Tow .sit-:  FRANK SCAVAItDO.  Datod'this (ishdtay of Nov., 1912  JaTOTIOK' ii herb- given tint at the  next ru-oliii.g ot the Bomd f Lojisro  Ckiin.i.isHio.trs i.f Uu-City of. Cuu.b .i-  lauil, I intend t.i np, ly ������������������������.- a ren.sv.il 1 f tie  whoieKulo liquor lio- n*e bold 'y tno, ->it-  uateJ 011 lt't 12, block ii, Cumberl-iid  Town site.  JO::N MAROCCHI  Date! -.hip t>th d.y of Nov., 1312.-  NOTICE is i. ber--l>Y tiv*.-u ihat at Uie  next mi.-. liu_j *.f the hoard *f- Lioen-e  Com .i-sion is of tins City of Cun.b.i-  ' '.', i ... to'id to ap'.ij fir a trui..sfiro  ��������� lie svlin 8 1- i'ouoj* lijn-se hold l.y ini-  011 lot ;> bb.c. 2, to til. ok Iii, lot 6, Cu -  bni'la. d i'lMMio .(...   ���������__   ^V'-L^^-AHOl-  "Dafd'tL'iS OaK d^of Ai.KU.3-. 1912/  NOTICE is Iiereby ^ivert'tlifi. .{t"tbe  ncxi meeting of the IJoaid of License  Commissioners of ihc City of- Cumberland, I int'-nd _io apply for a i-encwal of  the boicl liciJiiS" held by- me for lhe  "Kiny Gcorj-t" Hotel, sitcatcrt on lot 9,  block 7, Cumbeil.'it.d Townsiie.  VICTOR 110 NORA  Dated tlii-. 6t������ki.������y of Nov.,, 1912.  ��������� fl HmUMH aVaWat-MMaMWaWMmWI,',!!!,,,^^  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery coiiveriienf-e for gue������l8.  The Gontial Etotul for Sporteaion  None, but the Best of \Vinc6 aad Liquors  at llie Mar, .:        .  ���������in the ^E$S  ,'/** '��������� V  next  application will  be iiia������!e !o if(^4.  tli������? Siijit-riuteiKlfiit.  of Provincial  'oiiw. Victoria, E.G. for a re  newal of tbe hotel license to sell  liqiiors by retail in tbe botel  known as the Maln-pinu Hotel.  situated at Lund, B. C-  FliED THULIN  Datefl October lfitii, VJ12  C^J?8 Coittuc Root Cospoasil  NOTICE is hereby given 1 bat jo days  ifter date application will be made to  the .Superintendent of Provincial Polfce.  Victoria, 11. C, for a renewal of tj.10 hotel license to sell liquors by rijtail in the  hotel khoss-n as the Port Auj*u*������ta Hotel,  situated at Comox, J>. C.  Amos Cottinoton,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912  a'.iif aepeuu.  boia-in tureo de^rrcea  _*>������*d **.\ of fitrcngth-No. 1. ���������?!; No. 2,  V.t *V    ������-\ lOdcgrcca Btrouger, ?3; No.',  lor Bpoda'. cases, S5 per bo**-  Sold by SU (!i*HgBist3, or ������..���������  {ntpulri  en  jvocIbS of i-r'c-  i-rce pomphlot. AdcU'css: TlH  IJjMrl!4ateDWItit(k)-T0(-aNT0. CMT. Honverhj W'teuyj  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it  "KOOMS foiv'rent at Mariiielli's  Rooming riotiste, J.^erwent Avo-  -*������-  FOR SAjvlS-Three wilt  cows, first class milkers, alsp two  heifers in calf, graded stock,  three horses, tsyo drivers aud a  general purpose uiar^, age three  and. lour years, Apply tp D.  Roy, Ro/s Beacb.  Union Steamship Oo. >:    . C. Ltd.  TUE S. S. COWICIIAN- W1IJ/SAIL AS UNDER  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Loavo Vancouver, Jrondayj at 8 p, in.  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 [i, in.-  Arrive Union' Hay, Tuesday 6 a. m.       LG-ive-Tuesday noon.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday. 8 a. in.     Leave Tuesday,. 11 a. in.  Leave Nanaimr.'6 p. in; Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver U.30 p.in.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo,   xr.30p-.xn  Anive Umou Bay, Sunday 6-a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 pan.  Subject to change without notice.  .Iii JUL  ��������� Sf' a*"?" A ���������" - -���������������-'������'' J'   a'<���������-' ~  rif-t -if Vr.vT  'li'Vi ���������;'���������  lr.1  'arc;  bii;  li^A C*l V .vll,^    $i>_:'}'  wr  1.  in Sopia of   the J|g  Borden  Cabinet "*  iwHr1"'  tribr-d Jand--  ���������1 nt :)���������  " ���������'������. i.-.t'.ii't -l^r-;  "-'i. -v ri.'i .'.;  Coi>nr...'ii'.-iiig r.t  for Readers   of  the  News - Advertiser"  6 ^s������      r*  $r\  j_IJ VER YON IS wants a  picture of Hie  niembov-j  01  Yjft ''ie Government of Canada.    Tbe "News Adver-  LVJjJ   'ist-r" iuis liad prejiared for the exclusive use of its n-a-  ^^  di'i's in this* province  a  largo  engraved  plate  of   lit.  Hon. it. L. i>oi\!eii and bife tninisrers.  Tlio ������runj> is redrawn from the latest photographs  of the eio-liree.i Miiii-Uers, who compose the advisers of  Mis Royal Hioiiness the Governor-General It ii printed in Sepia tin heavy board ready for fraining, and  will be of the greatest e<iue(itional value in the lionie,  the scIh'oI and tlie library.  Tlie Prime Minister, HON. II. L. IH)U-DEN, occupies a central position, and is shown standing at tlio  liead of the Council Table. Seated about him are his  colleagues.  Dimly in the background the features of Sirjohu  Macdonald look down on his successors.  How to Obtain tlie Picture  This fine engraving, of which a limited mini bor  liave beeii presented, willbe,sent  ;ji  ���������? .-���������.Lui..  -u        \\ rL  -j ;'"1; -������������������  tN '.nt*  liis  ;.(i t ) 'Jilt-  s^^S-j'������ * ;'t ���������1'-!l!'" ���������*���������*-��������� cc'*' '' ������* ^o1, ~'-'J" i*-^^^  jtfSj ' :.ei-!.i'. SO "!'.i a, tin-1 eo vie'it 8') clia.i R,  *4-fii\t '���������'���������i,-u"-' 6<-u-h $'���������* cl>-i'i8. thfuoti last. 8#  *\Jjll 'hnin-* to p. mt ������>f <*-i:i,ciet.<:trm.i.t cotituiu-  S*4B '>S ti (0 nofLB ni'we orle>s.  ***** CHAINING STUAICI' DUNBAJI  F'Sber M.Oaikin-j, _\i.out.  Date Ju*o23rd, 191'2  v-> n A.iA' vjC  DBINK  tb.-iiew subscribers or'-to   qld  subscribcrSj   who  renew ^^  their fuInscriptions f-������r one year ($3.00)" 1^1  For out of town subscribers,  the picture will   be  tubed ami postage pnpiiid.       f "'  ���������:. Non .subocribers may obtain copies on payment of  i 6()x*ents. If maiied 10 cents extra for tubing and.  ������������������postage. ���������,. ���������;,''""'..'.':��������������������������� ��������� -: ''.''. .... ;   -  V       Applications  and .remittances (cash must;accompany order]- must be made to  The purest and best BEER, and  made iu Cumberland.  Vancouver',  B. C  *\.P.*rt>CI>  9  lil#H  o  J.   N.   McLEOD      ���������prjo-p-ESiBToi'.  RATES  REASONABLE  -���������'���������"i.T.U.'. I }.<-. ...VI  John Johnston,.  Prop  iVH-H^,*l,4''l*-H'*l,*i'*l,'l,'i',H"l'^^*l-  RngliBh 4 x UUItTON alwuyo ou tap also, the foii-min MHAVAUKIiK  BKEItS���������AtihaiiBcr. U-jbuminiii, Sohltz, *c. "OLD OKKY BKARD"  SCOTCH WDLSKY, Best Winoo and Liquore of all kinds.  Tlio lioarding and Lodging Department, inidiir tlio imin&dtato oujiermtondeuco of Mib  Davia, *will Uo toui.d Pimt oloau iu every reapout,;,  l^w^ii������^~^  Db-uict < f S y-.var.l.  CAKE NOTICE that Join Ar bur Pa1".*-,  f New Yoik, New York, >ccu|.ati*'ii tlerk  iuteichio apjily for pcrnii'si'.a to pur  jIiiho lhe fi.ll >\viiig drsuribe.l luuds!-���������  ..'oiiimeDciiig at a pO;t plautid at lb*  ���������Kuvih-east ctmer of Lease 46 (hence  ���������outli SO oluiuu, thenoo wt-itSOcliiiiis,  tlience 1 01 th 80 chniiw, ilvacc east 8<J  ihui .8 to point of coiiitnci^j������infal coutaia  iug 0-10 a������rca uicro or lets.  JOHN AKTI1UK DALY  Fisher ll. Garkiin', Ageut  Dato Juno 24th. 1012.  ,Sii}-������ard Liiad District.   '  Uiatriot ot Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE  ihs.t   Walter   Ke.ldl  B e-,    cf    New    York.    Iv-?.r     Yoti'  (leeupation    labot-cr,   i.'iten'il!!  u.    ������, p'y  'or permistti'iii to purchaee-t-.".-   ;; ; ,-wirf  lesoribed !^*iU:i:���������Coiniuftiii i fi   =U   a. [n-X  pbintt.il 120 chains  we-.t-.ft!.I   I'J  c!i, iu-  'orthvf tlie south-e:iSv  co 'n it of L.t.s-i  Ul, thioee fouth 80 cb litis, tl-fiice east -io  jbaius    thenoe noith   80 chniuj,   Uidi.i-������  west-10 chaiue to.point of eotunv'uc me.-.t-  ijjiitaining 320 aoroa uiors or le-.-*.  "WALTER BEltLL RK.vT  , Fitboi* M. Gaskwi-, Aj-on .  Date'iruuj24tii, 1912.  S y  Pianos and  fukniturk  Freiglif, Wood and CoalHaulc-d  INDEPENDENT  ATES,  V>L 00 per day upwards,  /SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS  ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAH.  NOTIOB.  Hiding on locomotivcB and   mil  .vay earn of  Uio  Union  Holliory  Company by any pprsot\  or  per-  f 30ns-���������excopt lain crow���������iii strictly  in*ohiV������tod. " Kmployaes. r.rv ������ub-  H*c to (aiBtiaifltKaa for allowifiij; Bain-  Uy order  W. h. COULSON,  Geueral Mnua^or,  C.H TARBELL  ,n<WW"'>aair*tfnWlaMaW)U___fln������lr>irt*JW  RI0HAU.PSON & IIAVWOOD  PHONE 5-7  VVinderniere Ave.  OHDRUS TAKKN  lfOR  NUT   COM,  S]mT" OLD NBWSPAPKRS FOR  SAWS  AT THIS OFFICE jgtf  W44"M4^{444^*>!44������M444-Ht  NOTICK.  TENDE11S will If rccoivod by  tho i.iu.ei'uignwl up to Nov \5tli,  11)12, for thy purcliafiu of Oak-  bunk Frnn, coiiHintmg of 15 itctva,  witli hix-roomed lionst*, barn aud  -.taiiic, About oue bail oi liiu  land in cli'iucii, ationt an ncro of  fruit' lu-aring trocn in thu orchard.   The properly is in a very  'Inrit'o }*]r- fr\r>r\1]M}.  -lb(>Mt     1    J J J110  ninl a hnlf from tlio village of  Courtenay. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.���������  John Munijwu,.  HIGH GRADI  A>������1 ������U KITCHEN,.UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  mum Mii-Tiiriiiiiiinni'wiiiiiniiTiiiwwii inn ��������� ������������������mil  NOTICE.  mamma  NOTICB is hereby given Ihat  uho general fltore luifliimss or Dim  cau Bros, has thi;** day been sold  to James H. Parkin. All accounts due the late firm must be  paid to K. Duncan, who will settle all liabilities.  Sawlwiek, Oct. ist 1913,  Say wiii d .Land  Distriot  District'of 'Say'vard  ��������� '-TAKE'NOTICK  tliat William J-bi  Wluttxafl-pf New York, N. Y., occupaticu  Eneltifctr, iiit-eiiil*' to ajijjly for porwiasiot)  to |..U!-cha 0 tliofollbwiaffulcsoribed lanrlR  ��������� Comuiciicii.g as a -,10.1!::plnnieil 90 obuim-  south and 30 cliiius tml. trom  tho l.oitli  eaxfc corner of lot &79 (on poat ori) tbouec  nortb'20 ohail*!, tli-noo. went 30 thaiiiiv  UieiicoBoiv.li W   cbaijii-,  tlie-ice east 30  tb.i'ia to point of  cimniencouient oou-  tainiug CO tio.Os moro or lo ������������������*.  "William John AVniTisn  Fishor M. Gaakim, Agent  DatnlJano 23rd, lflia..  .Snyviui'd Liiiul Diutriot.  Di-itriot ol Biyvvard.  TAKK NOTICK thut U.nry Alfred  Ilo 8, of Now York, Now York, o.ou*>-.ti-  nu flootiioiiui, iwtom'H lo bj ply f ;r pi r.nw  aion to pnrm'g'ion to purohn-n t'm foliotv-  iiig deuoriboil laad-ri-Doiniaeaoioi* at a  8a> ward Land DiBtrict,  rwl'iot'ofSayuard.  ������TAKI3 NOTICE tint Onarba Hoary  Jl -Ht,   ���������������  Now York,  N. Y.,   (I'oupiilion  -mlcsm n, ii.t-nd* to ..p^ly Cor p,rmi!aio��������� "p0at^luiVtmlat.'������To~ w������uth"o"n8t"ei,r",..������.7 ni  o {...ruliuo tbo fo'lowing daaonbod Um ������< t,|0 nftrlh wggf| viQV Q. |ot .0g8t Ul���������noc  Coiiimoi olog ut a putt i.lanb-u al tlu>  north cut corner of lot CS'J, Uie nco north  20 ubii ns, thonoo wi Bt 20 ohuiiiH, thenco  wmtli 2i) oba n-', tliuiioo oust -0 cluiiiH to  point  of  (cminnucouiQiit  oouUiuiig  -IO  J Laud DUtrict..  ���������     ."Dif.'i'vt-t iil" j-UywarJ.  ���������TAKE FOTi J������ that Charles PlUny cf  Vat-Qouver, B. C.j otioiipa'ioo ooutrao-6f,  iiitrndn to ������p_)ly for perinit/siou to p^r-  jbuS-J tbe folio* ing described Iiinds':-*-  .'oinmeiic:oi*; at a posit plauled at tha  *.outh oast Comer of lol C78, tho*.e*'i ������-'wt  lfi chaius, thence south Stl ch-tins, fbu-i cw  .a8t 40 cliaius, llit'tp* uor h S.) c'nittis ^j  ���������unit of commencement containing "**y  (.ores more  or Isih.  Ciuku***. Ptx.xr  . Fiaber ������M. Ua-ikiuu, Agent.  H.tod J'uuc Ii)h, M'2.     ,     -   ���������  '       ll       I  Wi I  I   Hi     lir'tt  *  "I "~l'a������alfc.Wa1__i*'������IWlWa*a1������llll1���������I-1-���������I ���������*���������  Sayward Laud District  Dietr-ft oHSsyivard  TAKE NOTICIS that Wyrtlo Bonneite,-  .f Vuocourer, oe'i-upation   Nurse, iureuiln  ->-a-r.,.'ty-for-permis������{oriHo~purchTre~TiiS"r  .'>ik>*.������iug J^ufr.bfd land*-:���������Omuuieueiug  it a poat plautdii at th������   i cith c^-sl-curucr  '1! lot. 581, thenee ca t   40 chiiiiu, lb<?*ji.*o.  ht'iice north   41)   c;������nir,a.   tho te   vest  10 chaius,  thenie   cunth  W  chuiu".   en  joiut of  couuuemieui'.iii o-jntuii.mfr   100  ���������ui-is bore or leas.  MVlUl.K IjONM'i'J'K  Fisher M, Ci .iti;..-, /I ���������>',*:.  Dated Juno I9>:i. 1912.  Say** a.--.'   Luuil l>iar i-.t t  DiB.riot . f ���������_ yiviml  TAKE NOTJCJR  lint  Josepii   Hou.y  Buer i.f Now York, oooup ti-'U SihiiuHin,  iuk'Hcla to apply f(irp*unis.-iou  to   j uc-  .basil   tho   loiliMini! 'di.siii'ilii \  louds-.--  'ouiaittDoiug in a pout ii'-tutta 5W  chain i  itistuiidteu clnii is iimti> of  tiie south  la-.tcorutr of bano "Iti, tliei.oi* nonh 20  -���������haius, thciioa i-nnt 2t) ci'tioe, thenc ijniif.i  iQ ohaiuH, tboue'e we>t-20cli(j u;-*  lu point  nf  coiiiiuencemcul  Ciiiiiuiuii;.:  *J0  uoits  uio;o or lesu. "  JoSKPH.lfKNXY DAEB  Fmhoi' Al, CrafikiiiB, Agon''.  Dated June 25th, 191-2.  NOTTCK  iiorea more or loia.  t'lJAKMESHhNUY JJKST  Pinhcr M. OjuIiuih, Ag nt,  D.ti .JuaoSiOh. 11112,  Oaywni'il bund DIntriot,  IiJHtriut of Sayward.  TAKK NOTICE that(Jojr,*o Stuokc, of  Nov .York, N. Y., occupation  isnybioer,  intfn.Uto t'Pi'ly Ur jormiH'.i.'Jii to nur*  olmfni   tlio folluiving  doKciibod liiadH,���������  Comuiooeb'g tl a pott planted 20vh'in������  ���������outb of tlm nnrtb-nnnt ccrncr of lot 051,  tl.cnjo oiint 2U cliiii'u, thenco noith -10  cliniiiR, tho. oo   wont  20  cbuiD**,   thonco  Hon-li40 ohnnm to po.nt of umimii.-nco-'  intlit oonU'inii({ tr 0 i ������������������. run nnrt- or Imn-.  UK'muV, STU(KK  fit Iht M. Gniikiitu, A^oat.  lato Juno 1'Jtli. I\)U.  40 oluiiim oast, thonco 40 cbuina roitb,  iliciico-10 c'.iuiiio went, tlicna.* *10 cliuitiB  nouth topiiutuf oiimMioivoimmt cont'.iri-  iug lUOuu'ou ii.oro or 1 sn  MUNHY AW'Ul.1)   lliw.s  lMHlit-r M. Gitikui.', A^uiit,  IMalJuiioiWtfi, J9I2,  Sayward Li cl Dirtriot.  Pint ro-.rjt.Sa> wm d.  TAKE NOTICE  tint William John  Hullivnn, Now Ymk, N, Y.,   uootipatlon  clerk, hiti:inl*i to apply for iM'niiiVon tn  L*urohoNO tlio following  tlio folio vinj- den-  orlli d landm���������l'o������iii.oooi**g ut    a   pout  plan tod 10 chniiiH am, Hi fi^in Iho mjiitli-  cant ci.rncr ������.f lot f)7tl  (ou po** Ml) thonoo I  wortb SOcbiiiuH, thenoo cmt 8J  oliuiun,  thonoo Houth tjO gha'in, thonco went HU  chains, to point of o'touooaucuivul con.  tuii,log 010 wren iimro or lf/fl������.  WILLIAM JOItMKUU.lVAN  rubor M. Ounkiiif, Af-oat,  |J,������U; Jum* .in, fi'l~,  Sayward L-iiid Jliatrlot  1) t-triot of Soyward  TAKK NOIIUIS   tlmt JaintB.lt/irnaril'  Diinii of Now Yoik, N.   Y��������� occupntinii  I't'iiobtir, in lends to npply, fur pnrudjriou  t.i puroliiiGotin.*folowiog 'IcsenUed biud-..*  -Uiiiiiij outiiig at a paifc   phiii'-oJ ut   tii4  nonh otuit coi-niu' ol lot.63f>. thonco uoi-th  ���������SO ohaira, t'liitc'o woht >'1() chiiins,  till-not  -.outliBU-.-huiiiH, ih-v'iK'O oiut 80 oliain.1 to  puinfc of oon mi iiieuii'iit fo<itaiuing M0  ���������oi'oh moro or \vm.  ilAMIirJ BkHV.VKI) \ih*4H  YMior Al. Otakiuii, Ajjtnt.  Datci Juno 24th, 1������J2  .Sujwiird Laud Dijlrict,  Du-ttict i f '.Saywaid.  TAKW NOTJi.'E  lint John  Inward  Ryan i-f Now York, N\** Yor!\ oj������u|iuli-  mi iirokur, ioluiiibi to a*.p!y tor p inii.Hioa <  to ptiK'bnao tho puroluuo tht follow big do-  Hiiribyil  lii.-id.i.*���������C'oiuniDiicitig at,  a pout  (iln'iicJ at tbo norlli-oaat oorimr of tha  north oimt quni'tor i f lot 68% iliotioo eai't  W ctniiiH, Uioien uorth -lOchiini', thenoo  wont SO i liiiinii, tbonco nouth '10 chain.) to  point of co*nmi*iiooaiflut oontuiuiug  *>20  aoioi mon* oi tan:.  JOHN LEONARD KYAN  Kinbi-r M.Oatkhjn, Ag������ut.  UntoJuucaUH, 11)12.  To whom it may concern:���������  Thin in to notify tha .public  that all freight charges on bonded jjoods cleaicd   at  Uuion Hay  for the t'emox \ral!oy   mu,;t   be,  paid before poods can be forward lc"cs'"' "U"K lr> ?',IC i!,������ s,,,rc" Tllc>'  'have the Ingest and most mmplcic a$-  ed. By (Jider  00"adian Collieries Dunxinuir]  Co.  If yon u.-int nni'itiing   in   vnliif***,   iiiii  is,c. or dunk*., try The liig Sioic. They  avc the Ingest and most mmplcic a$.  sotti-.Sa*', at the uvM rfniofi'lble pikoj.  Any ppi-Bon or pornonR, cutting,  runutviiio or tfthing any l-lonla-, ���������  tiiiiboi,vi'\voocl,oflfiiiyde.ricri|itioil������  )tiloit(.dng to tlm Wellington Col-  dory (Vy., or from nr i,IT the land  of tho finid Ooinpaity, or anyone  tipping rubbish of nny dewiprion  unywliei'O upon vhe ronipaiiy'!*  laud will hr pvo-ei'iitwl to tin* full  extent of tbe law.  AV. It. COULSON,  (uMioml Maiiri*n*i*,  r.     t  Wclliti^tutt CultivH'y C������),y.  Say war.-1 band District.  I Ji rite itt of Sayward  TAKK noffeo that John  Cae-  | biily,    oi    New    York,   jN   Ym  |ii-viM>-itinii     Kii't'tii-ui,       intfiuU  ���������jto apply   Cm' pi'iinist-ion  to  pur-  Hay ward L'lUd Dint i:t.  Ibntiii'f "f Hnwtud.  .'ba.-u   tho    fulb/wiiiij    du'ctrUid  Sayward L**i4 P ������l*i t.  Piht'idt of Jiiywiiid.  TAKK NOTICE Unit William AuKituntnalHJs;���������CoiniiK'lieiiiit   at   ll   post  Hi*.*hntl.  ,i   NV,v Yr.rVt.   N. >' . *-<��������� '  TAKE XOIkK tlut Gof-i'iiu  CImiJciJ tinu i lnrk, iat-.ii.Vi to t'pily tut permr.".on 11  ;..in,_"  >-  ���������Jv'  ���������*!���������.< n������, of NLm*   I'uik, N, Y.,   or-cnp tl >n  cluk, intenili to upp'j-Inr i-i-ioiii'iu) i  t'i  oi rohate tho fo!'o������'ii|-iloi:il ������.il I������mI-:  i"iiiuiuoi*oiiK at -if I-- pin t"l -10 ch i'lf  vo t and 2') di*in������i n-'itb 11 th* n.-rlli r(*������t  ...nu..   .-il'.llll      .lliu  'f the ; north eorner of  lot fiHl, tbi'ii(,v wo-t HO duiiiiH to  iaht boii'idiy of lot  651, thonco  to   purchiuw  Ibo    f .llowlnir   <tew:rnie-t,*-'!,-H,lrt ,'������'^1  liiiid;���������t'omiaun-in^ r.t   a    pout planted  M I cl-aii h ������'h! und -It) clniii h no. lb if th������>  north- wf������4 lorni'r of lot W.I.  tin ii'O v.o.t |  .Tieh-r'iH liion* or- In,!,,   fo lot iVil, ilifi c ' -'lltli ������10 ������baili������,   ihelK'c   caof   U0  n> not ul lot ti'it. iii'i'uc ������������������(���������*���������- -io ili'-iiiM.' k)clminn nonlii ain (j <n������i boutidiuy  ������f v!iaiti';, tbeiu'e north  Hi) chains to  til   nffl Hf,i 'h    '.M ,'ln f, |     lltrt.'.-C   \M',1     IO f Jrv( ,**,r,l.   UmTiC" ��������� .li't r>''. ll )������'���������'   r������������������ ,r.   ..i-i, ,.������������������ .     .       .. ���������  I  ��������� LlllS-a, l|:i'������U'C rilltll  '2(1 lllli.i.1'1 Hi pO 11   U'  !������������������ inmoiiii-'ir.ciit ii|-'ai..i,j,*- I'lhrn*! nvr.-  l.lWI.OKt'HAUI.KSNroNK  F.aliir M, tl ���������������' in-, Aj*/������ -.1.  u^u Jumu lu.u, iy,:.  .  ,      ...   ��������� ., - point oi ������������������()-iiiiii-iict*iiu*iii I'l'inum  lok.HiiMi,    tuniioo norlli   -ID  <lij.u.n   I"  ���������joo "H' ������������������'** ���������"������������������'rs ���������*|"*u or h'l-6-  John C������������nn>r  poij*. ������,f   rouii'ii'tiri'innnl  fri>tiir>!|..-_  fieri"*i ffion: nr h'**, ;  Wlt.MAM AlJOArsnHHMIOl'K'l  1 'i-ab������-r M.Uauliut, Ak<.'������!*    ,  UA������ J..iw'.oU., .'.ilj,.  1'ubcr M. Gukiii". Agent.  OftUJ Jtiitf 20tb. |'.������].������.  ; THE KEWS. CUMBERLAND; ;B. a  IV  A WONDIRFUL DISCOVERY  .���������A:ftAcm,inent scientist, tlie other day,  *jjavo-%.ls-topinion*-tliat the most wonderful " ;(U^c.ovcry oT recent years was  the disiwiryo.'-Zym-Buk. Just think!  As soon as a sr^e*%|n layer of Zam-  Bul* is applie(t,.i6A'a: wound or sore,  such injury is iiisu'i-ed against hlood  poison! Not one species'of, microbe  Has been founl that Zam-Buk does not  HSU!       ':������������������>-  Then again., As soon as Zam-Buk  5a applied to a sore, or a cut, or to  3ltin disease, 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  aro so stimulated Uiat new healthy  tissue Is qu*ckly formed. This forming of fresl- healthy, tissue from below is Zam-Buk's secret of healing.  The tissue thus formed is worked up  to tho surface and literally casts off  the diseased tissue abovo it. This is  why Zam-Buk cures are permanent.  Only the other day Mr. Marsh, of  101 .Delorimler Ave., Montreal, called  upon the Zam-Buk Company and told  them that for over twenty-five years  ho had bsen a martyr to eczema. His  Hands were at one time 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  lie had for twenty-live years-���������he is  still cured, and has had no trace, of  any return, of the eczema!  All druggists sell Zam-Buk at 50c.  box, or we will send free trial box if  you send this advertisement and a lc.  stamp (to ray return postage). Ad-  dresi Zam-Buk Co., oronto.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been  -ased for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHIMS  -TEETHIKO, with PERFECT SUCCESS It  SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS,  ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for DIARUHCEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for " Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take ao other  kind.  Twenty-five cents a bottle.  ������2 DAY AND UP. ALSO COMMIS-  * sion for local representatives;  either sex, permanent; experience unnecessary; rapid advancement; spare  time accepted. Nichols, Limited, publishers, Toronto, Canada.  Maypole Soap  DYES  BO  __  EASILY  With TOypolI-  SoftP  theie ii no  Uoubleandnomutt  in   home   dyeing."  Dyeicoitori, vyool,  ���������Ilk ot raixtutet. 24  coloti-will give any  ihade. Colon 10c.  BUck l5o-at your  dealer'* or postpaid  with booklet "How  to Dye" from  _  F. L. BENEDICT t CO. Montraal  Something New in Cause and  Effect  President 1-Iadley, of Yale, Avas telling that it is a better thing to have  written '.examinations of students instead Of tlie'-ocaj^oiies, which were  the rule some y^afs^gq.^He illustrated it thus:    wc. ���������'-������������������/ "'���������  A professor w?ts>'examining a student wlio had'-t^ii^Kpinatiori of being  more quick-wit'ted^aan studious"..  You 'have attended the moral philosophy" class, have you not? asked  tho professor.   ,  Yes, sir.  '.-....,  You probably heard lectures on various subjects. Did you ever hear one  on cause and effect?  Yes, sir.  Does an effect ever go before a  cause?  Yes sir.  Give me an instance.  A man wheeling a barrow  That was tho end of that examination.  " It Will Cure a Cold.��������� Colds aro the  commonest ailments ot mankind and  if neglected may lead to serious conditions. Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil  will relieve the bronchial passages of  inflammation speedily and thoroughly and will strengthen them against  subsequent attack. And as it eases  lhe inflammation it will stop tho  cough becauso it allays all irritation  in the throat.     Try it and prove it.  A Trap Which Failed  "Mr. J. Johnson Abraham in his  book, "The Surgeon'3 Log,' describes  a peculiar adventure at Port Said.  Sounds of music were heard from  a house,, and as if at a signal, says  Mr. Abraham, the decrepit chariot  stood still, my guide got down, and  suggested I should go in. I thought  rapidly and then followed him. It  was queer, and I wanted to know.  He led the way upstairs into a large  room, where several men were playing,  roulette. None took any notice of  me, but apparently the bank was having a, very bad time of, it. Everybody was winning. The music from  the automatic piano was deafening. I  looked on silently for some time, and  then made a move for the door. An  oily-looking Greek intercepted me.  Won't you try your luck? he said.  No, I'm hot drunk enough, I answered.  He shrugged his shoulders and I  passed out. . On the stairs I paused  and then stole silently back. The  music had ceased and" all the confederates who had heen playing so fev-.  erisaly and winning so much had  ceased also, and were'preparing to  resume the siesta my advent .had so  fruitlessly interrupted.     ���������  Cheeky       .  A gentleman had been dining with,  his wife In a restaurant, and when  his bill was brought to him, remarked  to the waiter:  Walter, ono Horn Is wrong here. Wo  didn't hnve throe plates of soup. Wo  imly hud two.  Pardon mo sir, replied the knight  of tho napkin. You forget tho plate  what I spilled over tho lady's droBa.  Named Lion, the new British battle-  evulaor has cost $10,500,000.  Hankers' licensee cost in England,  $150.  How a Cross Was Won  ���������A���������French���������repoi'ter_eucounterM__in,  a little village of the South of France  a gardener, who wore pinned on his  clean Sunday blouse, the ribbon of  the Legion of Honor.. Naturally, the  newspaper man desired to know how  he got it" The gardener, who like  many of his trade,'seemed-to be a  silent man, was averse to meeting an  old and wearisome demand, but finally ho began:  Oh, I don't know how I got.it! I  was at' Bai-eilles with tho-rest of the  battery. All the oillcers were killed,  then down went all the non-commissioned officers. Bang! bang! bang!  By and by all the soldiers were down  but me. I had fired tho last shot,  and naturally wa'a doing what I could  to koop off tho Bavarians.  Well, a general came and says ho,  'Whero's your officers?'  All down, say- I,���������,  Where's your gunnei'R? says he.  All down but me, says I.  And you'vo been fighting here all  alono? says ho.  I couldn't let 'om come and got tho  guns, could I? I says, and thon ho up  and put this ribbon on mo, probably  becauso there was nobody else there  to put It on. n  The Alexander Band  It was a great day in the history of  that small town. The currents and  cross-current'-, of politics had swirled  up and down the main street, made  enemies throughout the community,  and led the most prominent citizens  to make foolish bets on the election.  Patriotism was playing thunder with  men's preconceived notions of the dictates of politeness. The merest  whisper would have precipitated tho  uso of ��������� firearms and hatpins. Tho  speaker of the day, took his place on  the platform, looked as wise as a  treeful of owls, and prepared to sweep,  the crowd right off its feet. He began with a reference to his noble candidate, who, full of patriotism, ambition,, and a desire to get the salary,  was willing to havo-himself elected.  How Alexander wopt for other  worlds lo conquer you, most of you,  may all know, ho began, but was Interrupted by an offensive-looking person who lot out-this discouraging comment:  If-we don't we must bo crazy. God  knows we've been 'told about it often  enough,  Formerly the duties of tho Lord  Chancellor were those of a doorkeeper, who admitted suitors into the presence of the'King. .  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  All trainers, jockeys,, and apprentices must take out racing licenses  issued by tlie Jockey Club and when a  foreign jockey rides in England he  must obtain what is known as a temporary license.  Protect the child from the ravages  of worms by using ^Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator.0 It is a standard remedy, and years of use have  enhanced its reputation.  China possesses a coal-field with an  area of 21,000 square miles;  NO BURNED. BREAD  NO SCORCHED BISCUITS  No need to apologize to family or guest when  MOONEY does it.     MOONEY'S BISCUITS are  always right ��������� every biscuit inspected before it is  packed���������and they are as fresh as the product of your  own oven.  Y'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  axe the great favorites for every day use.  They are made in the big sanitary factory in  Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  In sealed tins as you prefer.  H  ���������_*o  ���������'LET MOONEY  DO IT"  DANGER PERIOD  OF WC MS'LIFE  fo 5  Interesting Experience of Two  Women���������Their Statements  Worth Reading.  Willi* Oak, Ont. - "At Chanjp of Llfo  when doctora could do no more and I was  Wk iViond-1, Lydia Id.  ' '" Flnkham'B VogetB.  bl������ Compound enmo  to tha front and did  wonders for mo. I  had been having fo-  tnnlo trouble* for  yparn, my head troubled trie severely al  dines, 1 had bearing  down puimiand backache and I was very  ������nMmic Irani t-AcOjmi.t* r������������������*..<_,. 1'-.;;  oaaaca-ljou;- IV.'.'j'r.'mid h\y\\\y *w\ do  nil I can lo advertise it ns tv genuine wo-  man's* iiiK-'ir-infl." - Mrn. Syi.VKRTEtt  Mannhm, Whlto Oak, Ontario.  't'lif** <u������i������ of Mrs. Kli-Un.  Cirdcvill*-, Ohio.���������"I run truthfully  ny that I t.everhtsd anything do jw- so  much good during {'liauge 'tf Mfo aa I.y-  din 1.,'1'iiiUitti.i'H Vi'g-'tabl* Compound.  " Mefore I had liken on** half ������ bottle  of it I b'Htan tu fwl better, and I huvo  ,-,i,iTf���������.i-A uLiH:*; it. My h-'nlth J-t b.*������.r������*r  than it haa l������**en for H*-vrnl year*. If  tii, .....u.u v.-���������,iH fa!-*- if H-K-y'-.-'.'ihlM-  ca\i* uuloM ' ain and rui- -ry nf this tin.e  0f !if>.**���������Mn. Ai.kt. KU'.i.r:, !!!>8 \V.  Mill.-'t., Cit hull**, Ohio*.  Th'* Chan;;-* of I.if- in on* nt the nml  fit-.: *.tl p-'fi-j !.*������ of ;, WiAuun'f. t-.Ulrr.f'-*.  A'..'... hi I v..*1 *.".���������; or'.vn n->y **������������������'*,'',>,'<i'*'.v'!i'i  i). Pint-hiuTi'i- V'-^lnidtiCo-ii-H-i'i.d.  The Judge's Explanation  Tho avorago Juryman is-yot very  well versed ia tho flno distinctions of  the law, On those ho nafida lnHtruc-  lion from tho Judge. It mu.Bt huvo  boon a vory obliitio jurymrin, howovor,  to whom tho oano was not perfectly  clear aftor llBtonlng to tho following  explanation by a Judge in tho Far  WcbI.:���������  Gentlemen, ho (dated, with admirable lucidity, murder Is where a man  is murdorouBly killed, Tho killer In  Huch a o.'iho in a murderer. Now,  murder by poison is just iin much murder ns murder with a gun, platol, or  knife. It Is the Hlmplc act of murdering that constitutes murder in the  eyo of tho law. Don't let tho idea  of murder and miinBlaughter confound  you. Murder is one thlm;; manslaughter Ih quite another. Consequently, if there has been a murder,  and It la not manslaughter, then it  must be murder, Don't lot this point  enenpo you.  Belf murder has nothing to do \������lt.h  (his case, According to THiiekshmo  and other IoruI -writer-*, onn man cannot commit felo do no upon another;  nnd this jh my opinion.  (l-'iitlcinen, murder is murder. Tho  murder.of a brother Ih called fratricide; the murder of, a fathor is-tiall-  oil pnrrli'lile, but that, don't enter Into  this case. Ah I havo aald before,  murder is emphatically uvnd.or.  You will consider your verdict., Ron-  ilt'iiiini, ami niitue uo _...ii. uiim-* ut~-  i.,-i.V.;i!i !������'' th:' l-.iv.- avid tV- fvldrno'*  not forgetting the explanation I lmvo  givon you.  WORK AND WORRY  WEAKEN WOMEN  New Health and Strength Obtained  'by the Use'of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills.  It is useless to tell a hard-working  womai- to take life easily aud not to  worry. Every woman at the-'head of  a home; every girl in offices, shops  and factories,. is subject to more orl  less worry. These cannot be avoid-!  ed. But Jt is the duty of every wo-  -maaTand���������-every���������girl���������to���������save���������her-  strength as much as possible and to  build up her��������� system to meet any unusual demands. Her future health  depends upon it. To guard against  a breakdown in health the blood  must be kept rich, red and pure, Nothing can--keep the blood in this  condition so well as Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. They strengthen the  nerves restore the appetite, bring  the glow of health to pallid cheeks,  and renewed energy to listless people,  Women cannot always rest when they  should, but they can keep then-  strength and lceep disease away bv  the occasional'use of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. Or if a breakdown has  como unexpectedly tbey can obtain  new health through this same medicine. Mrs. .M. Thomas, iver Street,  Toronto, says: "For several years I  was almost a constant Invalid, unable  to do my housework and spending  much of my time in bed. My nerves  seemed worn out and I was so rim  down that, all my friends thought I  wns In a hopeless'decline I was as  pale as a corpse; I was so bloodless  that If I cut my linger It would not  bleed; my limbs wero swollen far beyond their usual size. At tbe least  exertion my heart would palpitate  violently, and I frequently had fainting spells. I was under' treatment  by good doctors, but it did mo no  good. Then one day my husband  brought homo somo Dr. Williams'  Fink Pills and I began taking thorn.  They scorned to go to tho root of tlio  trouble, and In tho course of a few  weeks tlio improvement, they were  making wns qulto plain, ('nuhially  as I continued taking tbo Pills tho  swelling of my limbs disappeared; the  weak spells came loss and less frequently; my appetlto greatly in*,  proved, aud llnally I was completely  cured and able to do my housework  with ease. Later, my daughter Alma seemed to ho troubled with anaemia, nnd wo gave hor tho Pills wllh  the same uood reauita."  Why suffer in any wny when you  ran beuin curing yourself to-day with  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Sold by  nil medicine deiilers or by mall at GO  cents a box or six boxes for $2,50  from The Dr. Williams' Modleluo Co,,  llrockvillo, Ont,  ve*  ������me   off  s������ off body that we build.for  our Light Delivery  Gar.  J   /������~_���������  22 1-2HP*  4 Cylinder  4 Cycle  Water .  Cooled  Motor  With  Dow  Magneto  km  V=  Price of Car with above body   lettered as you   requite $1300.00  1. o. b. Clinton.    Get Catalogue and information from  CLINTON MOTORCAR CO.,LTD., CLINTON,ONT.  Or STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  ~\  J  Economical  ^itmnobilbt ��������� I haven't paid a fruit  fur rcpiiln on my liiaeiniic in an im*  lu mouths I've had It.  Frlond- Ho tlm man who did the re-  palra to!.1 mo.  After a woman pays a hundred dol-  bus for a dress, you can't blame lir*r  '.li '.I:'.i   i*0V   iH'ttlg   t'������''*'M   tf  I'll"   ll-l.���������!   (he  fu-tire lo inuU'i it look well.  There air plenty of h,ipr>y peopb*  no doubt, but they are unnoticed In  lhe siobv th ��������� Uretched make.  How Did She Know  Mrs, J.llnkers���������What! Going'? Why?  t-Servant -Pleafe mum, wheu 1 cum  yesterday you guvo me lhe keys to  your trunks and drawers, and chestf  and jewel-boxes to keep for you.  Mrs. P,--Yc*u, I did Mint to dhow  that I eou'.d trui't you. What is tho  mat tor','  Hervant Thi.r don't ono of 'em fit.  ���������waa.'i'aigJi  N'eirly ten per cent of tlie poor r<  Firing at ", range of 2,100 yards,  n.M.M. Colllngwood, with her liiln.  guns made eight hlti; In eight rounds  In two minutes.  Pills That Have   Bonefitotl   Thou*  sanda.���������Known far and near as a  suro remedy In tho troatmonfc of Indigestion and all ileraiiRementH of the  stomach,   liver and kidneys, Panne-  -, '   ������������������ -     > * -   *-���������--   --        -.   , - t  n"e ,i   I ;,���������������..im iv  ...... ...i.i   ..'������-;���������.������.   ;..  lief t<i tiiounandn v/lmn other -*per*Ule**i  bave failed. innumerable testimonials can bo produced to establish the  truth of this at-i't-rUi*;*, Once tried  tbey will be found (superior to all other  pilb In Hie treatment, of the allnumtn  .',.   ���������."'.'���������!,  '���������*������������������*��������� .--."r _���������������������������" ���������cf"-..--V  France produce:*, upwards of tiofi.nOO  rounds' worth o" oysters every year,  Up to Him  lie-- Docs a woman when kIio'h  nuirrled expect a hunluuid to tell her  hl.-i liUidiie.H.. affair*''?  Whe--1 don't know, hut a woman e\-  pei-IH   ii    mail   t'i   mik   l-lirdle-rn    v, il-'ll  bo's courlioK h������*ii*.  TliroiiKli the Niuz Canal the P. <fc  0. Httatnsh'p I.Ine ti'udt; th*-* *cr-:'ati'*fit.  Lnrflcr arid Lcbo Ugly  Yes, ho iMole New York,     lie Btolo  Now tleraey.    Am 1 going too utrongV  asked tho campaign orator,  Not for those Httitoa. perhaps,    liut  make it  purloined  whon  you ttet to  Boston.  Four adjoining munielpnlltles In Iho  French district of Dijon each havo ono  of four bvothera aa mayor,  Toklo, the capital of Japan, has a  IV...*'.-. -,.-.;���������,v.la'.ler. o' 7-"*>ono nt whom  TU.nfiO ^eek their livelihoods outside  their own family circle.  * ��������� Ask Your Dealer to Show You  STOREY'S   RIG   SHIRTS  "For Workingmon Everywhere"  Broad Shoulders, Big Sleeves, Long Bodies  W, H. STOREY AND SON, LTD.,  ACTON,   ���������   ONTARIO.  Mfrs. Celebrated Storey Line of Fine Gloves and Mitts. Every  pair guaranteed.  CLEAN   HANDS  \ hi ScoM-Aii'l are natives of Kt*g.| tonuasce of rlilirpinj,', but Mm |-"!!ciiiiau  in I .'iMl Ireland.  W. N.  U. 910  IViets Laureate, th������ Mrlleat of  whom xyhh Hen JohriFon. v.-i re llrat  appointed by letters patent In 16l,r*.  Lint- makes tae inu���������i voy.u.',.  Nearly one million IiouikU' worth of  toiitiitiii'rt are atuitully tmporlod  Into  thu t'liiled Kingdom.  An Eye to Du������lne������i  Son, would you llko to boo your  namo written high on tho scroll of  famo'?  No pnpn: I'd llko to boo tny numo  ���������stamped on nomo domontlo artlclo  that no family could do without.  liUmi\l'������ Liiihiic'it Cures rurnc. Fie.  ISe ������ Tin.  ������o������'lMtt*������'fu^t������"''ifc������'"',������������'*l*������tt'*������  ���������Mlf> It U������ Or.tOINH. ������r I aCHT llANll  ul.'~-.iiv.n    "WUt uuuta vi tt* uti uataa  aia-Xalmm,  Blind Obedience  You musd."not nee him any moro,  Hhe hoard her mother Ray.  .������.;..������   L'..^.o:.   !'.]:���������:   .'-;':'1't   lier   fnte   i\<>  ploro  Bhe promised to obey.  I must not see you, ������lr, fihe cried,  Wheu he appeared that night.  Why, then, the thoughtful youth replied,  We must (urn out the light.  Thn<! did tbe maid bo true and hv..:cl  To parents! mandate bow.  Altlioi Hit iu hi I'eUii'ut-i' they meet  Shv does not Rue hiin non,  Situation* Vacant  Tho rloli bachelor sighed and looked  fixedly at,tho beautiful girl. ,  Thlni.H with mo, ht/8tihl, aro nt Blxnn  and Boventi. I feel tho great need  of a woman .'n my homo���������ono who  would straighten out tny tanglod af  fi'lr" n**-"*! ���������^���������nVe ltfo worth llvlnft onc������  tigala,  t^ler Holt giiUioo nyoii(j If-f cv/.-ilc-  ment aud expectation.  Yea? she nnerlod Konlly.  Do yoirknow, ho continued, of any  good, able-bodied woman whom 1  pmibi net to eliMin the bonne?  A cnpHtnln Ib built Inlo a block and  tackle with which one man can linti'ile  load-4 nf 1,000 pouuda and two men,  loads of 4.000 pounds.  Public stocks Blond In the Strand.  London, so late an 1?2C.   ,  LTHE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A tiw deori iouth of C.P.R. Depot  iUl������������ $..50 to $2.00 p*r day  Culilne unexcelled  Hot and cold wcter In ev������ry rocm  Hot*l   practically   Flriproof  AH Outilde Roomji THE NEWS.TUMBEHLAND, B. CL  I  ni  >H^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*y*������������������*  I  Wendell's  Experience  !: He Learned His New Lesson *  .                Easily *  i- -t  I*   ���������<  !��������� By CLARISSA MA6KIB ,       -\  ���������^���������������������������Wr^****^*:*-*^  It wob a lazy day. Spring had arrived early that year, and in April the  uossy banks of the Virginia brookslde  Were starred thickly with delicate for-  fetmenots and purple violets. The sun  ihono down warmly through the trees,  enanglng.-tho bursting buds to misty  (Teen leaves until the whole wood was  permeated wllh green light shot through  with sunshine.  Jack Wendell tramped through tbe  crisp leaves of successive years and  with a wistful, half doflant glance up  the winding road that led to Everglade  Hall he throw himself down beside the  murmuring brook and plucked remorselessly at the flowers.  "Forgetmeuots-rubbish!" he ejaculated bitterly. "All women are faithless." '  "Rubbish to that!" retorted a sweet  voice from the other hank, and Jack  arose, startled to observe a pretty girl  engaged in plucking violets and for-  getmenotsand tying them into little  bunches, She wore a pink frock, and  with the background of green moss  and tbo golden green atmosphere of ������������������  the wood surrounding her sho looked  to Jack's bewildered eyes like a pink*  ���������nd white fairy evolved from the April  day. Her skin was pink and white,  ���������nd her hair was golden, like the sun-  ihihe. and her eyes were like the bin������  " aky and the flowers below. When she������  ���������poke to Jack she hnd flashed a saucy  fiance at him from under golden brown  (ashes.  "Why rubbish?" demanded Jack ar-  gmnonlntivoly.  "Oh, because!" snld Ihe girl, looking  it a completed bunch of violets with  half closed eyes.  "I thought Y smclled May pinks."  sniffed Jack, abandoning the argument  for the while.  "1 havo a basketful here," eaid the  girl.  "Making May baskets?"  "Somebody Is going to make baskets. These are for tho kindergarten  children."  Jack flushed redly.   Phyllis Lambert  Kept tho kindergarten school In Ked-   la nd.___ The__p___tJi_he__ha d.lqn ged _ toJLa ko  iso Jack Baa com* flying Home, asto** ���������  . tsihing his parents, who evidently knew ���������  nothing about the broken engagement.  He bad hurried through lunch, and with  tome incoherent remark about a walk  In the woods he had plunged into the  path that led to Phyllis' woodland  kindergarten. At the brookslde, where  the path diverged toward the school,  he had paused ��������� and thrown himself  down. Then it was tbat his bitter remark had found a hearer in the person  of the prettiest girl be had ever seen.  As a matter of fact, Jack'Wendell had  been practically blind since he was fifteen���������he had had no eyes for any other .  girl than Phyllis. They simply did not  exist for him.  "May baskets," repeated Jack gloomily, a shadow passing over his face.  "Perhaps they will hang one on your  floor," remarked the girl in a comforting tone,  "I hope 'not! I hate spring flowers,1*  eaid Jack ungraciously. j  "Even forgetmenots?"  Jack;glanced at her demure, down-  castface., .  "Even forgetmen'ots," he said stiffly.  Thero was a- pause whilo she daintily  bunched   her   flowers   and   tied   the  bunches with  long, tough  blades of  ' grass. ������������������'  "T suppose I ought to go away; and  leave you alone. You were here first,"  observed Jack without. moving from  his comfortable position. His back  . was against a tall chestnut tree. -'���������'.���������  "Suit yourself," said the. girl carelessly. "If you were a; perfect stranger  I might object.   Asltis"-- ^  "As it is?".Interrupted Jack, beginning to: be interested.        ,  ;'Wo know each other well. You  Bla ppe'd my face dice," eaid the girl  calmly. ���������        ������������������_���������', /  "1 slapped your face once?" Jack's  amazement was genuine. "Why, I  never"��������� -'''.���������..������������������ .���������;��������� ���������.-. .������';���������  VYes, you did. Jack Wendell. You  were eight years old. and 1 was only  five.   It was at Miss Qullty's school."  "At Miss Qullty's school-ah, yes!"  Jack was scanning her face to discover  some trace of a little schoolmate of  seventeen years before. Sho must  hnve been a rosebud of a littlo lass,  but as for slapping her face���������he simply  didn't bellevo It,  "I suppose you remember all about  it?" The girl's head was bent over her  flowers. l  "All but your unme," lied Jack cheerfully, it was remarkable how little be  was thinking nbout Phyllis Lambert  now. "I kuow it isn't Susie," he added  thoughtfully.  "Yes?"  "I'm sure.   It must be Angelal" he  declared at last._   The" glT'l'Vurst" into~mefry, "tinkling  laughter,  showing  a  double  row of  i pearly teeth.    She tossed a bunch of  MABEL'S CHITCHAT  Flora! Booth a Novel Feature  For Church Bazaar.  CHILDREN   DANCE   AT   FAIR.  ABOUT THE HOME.    *  . Good Things For the Economical  j Housewife to Know.  ] People using articles made of rnb-  ' ber that frequently lose their elasticity  ! through oxidation may restore the ma-  ! terlal to its original condition by a sim-  i plo process. Soak the part in a mlx-  | ture of one part, of amomnia to two  ' parts water.   This is particularly well  THE FRIEND  OF MAN.  {Professor MetclinlUolT declares that tha,  germ which Is lo overcome Uie process ot  icntle decay In man  is  found  In  the tn-"  terlor economy of lhe dog.)  Dear Ponto. ts It reaily true  That If your well loved form I iever  1 shall locate a f-ei-ni In you  By which I may exist forever?  Eo says Professor Metclintkoff.  Father of many a brilliant nutlon.  And since. It seems, scur'inlll* is "off,"  -;  I adapted  to   tho  restoring  of   rubber I   Suppose i try nls latest potion.  No Matter  How  Elaborate Your Fall I bands-  rit,Ss a*ld  smaM  tu|jlnS )vI,,ch |rhoueh naturally i should pause  Good  form  Blousa May Ba, You Mutt Call It a  Shirt���������Whita Satin tha Favorite Material to Use For This Garment   .  My Dear Elsa���������I think I can supply  you with a beautiful new Idea to carry  out in tho bazaar you are getting up  for   the   benefit   of   your   country  church".   In the fall you will have lots  j of autumn flowers, so a floral fortune  ' telling booth will be quite within your  J resources.  |   Tho Betting that you will need for  j the flower fortune booth Is a tent or  I arbor or a screened off section among  I. the trees, lined with greenery.   Simplo  paper muslin stretched from tree to  tree will answer the purpose charmingly and cost but n trifle.   A bower of  i vines should form an approach, and  J the entrance may bo screened so that  no one mny, look In'upon the venture-  ���������ome person who is consulting, her fate.  I    Within the bower thore should bo a  : long table showing all along its length  ! little boxes or trays tilled witli damp  -Band,  covered  over  with  moss  and  Btiick with tiny sprays of autumn flowers,    in the center should bo a very '  largo bowl tilled with scented water/  Fortune   telling   patrons   have  the  choice of three ways in which their fu-  I turb may be revealed and character  | rend.    Thero is tho fortune of siugle  blossoms,   there* is   the   fortune ,.of.  | bunches of flowers, and thero Is the  I fortune'  ot   the  scented   water.    Of  'course ln all three instances the method of telling the fortuno Is the same,  but  the appearance of the  work  is  1 changed, nnd there are lots' of people  1 who will want their fate foretold all  three ways.  Your fortune teller will hnve to learn  by heart the meaning of evory flower,  grass nnd leaf that she is usiug, which  knowledge may bo found ln most  books on floral lore or else-whicb is  the clumsier but safer way-to tie small  notes to tho stems of the different  kluds of flowers ond consult these. She  must be glib of tongue and be able to  make the interpretations sound convincing and mysterious.  The patrou picks out from tho assortment any flower flint appeals to him  end hands It to tbe fortune teller. If he  chooses a bouquet he has the second  "nii*thod"T!!d"7r HEtUTmore" variety ~ln  tho telling, lu the fortune of scented  water the fortune teller takes from a  boxful of dried petals a handful of different-kinds and sets them afloat on  the water In tho big bowjv at the same  time fanning thorn so well as to scatter  them over the surface When the  ���������water hns been sufficiently disturbed to  cause a good deal of commotion nmong  the petals and to mix them thoroughly  Bho stops fanning and allows thorn to  come to rest. Thoso thnt stop on the  aide nenr the one awaiting his fate aro  the ones which foretell his future.  Tour fortune teller may be gowned  ���������in a rustle fashion, but I think nneast,  ern costume Is mora effective, but it  you hnve any trouble in getting the  eastern garb, why.'linvo lhe girl weat  n simple unbound robe *of somo thin  iwhlfe mnteflnl with a crowu of aulumn  lenves on hor-flowliig hnlr,        '  A pretty sldo play nt tho fair Is to  have n group of small children give a  dunce In front of the booth at regular  Intervals. This attrnols tho. crowd.  Those youngsters should ho dressed as  elves and fairies or representing differ-  aro ready to become dry and brittle,    i j   Before accomplishing your 6-?ciion,  Tests made at tho London electrical   I own 1 never yet had cause  exposition have demonstrated that the' I  JJ ^ZJZlX���������-?^-*  shrinkage of meat when cooked' in a glft -  coal rango is somewhat greater than j  Despite unpleasant complications  that of the same meat cooked in a gas I Or boggle o'er tins littlo rift  range   and   considerably   moro   than | Within the iuto of our relations.  when cooked in an electric range.   A ;xhat germ to you is little use.  leg of niutton"weighing eight pounds     You soon must passv through  death's  and eight ounces showed a .shrinkage  of two pounds and eleven ounces wheu  i cooked in the coal range, whereas a,  leg of mutton weighing nine pounds  j showed a loss of one pound and four,  ounces   when   cooked  in  an  electric  1 oven.   Tho shrinkage for the gas oven  was two pounds and four ounces on an j  eight pound leg of mutton. ..  Grease on a kitchen floor can be soft-!  ened by pouring kerosene over it and  letting it remain for ten or fifteen n*m>  utes; thon scrub'with soda water. *  Paliit and varnish can be easily removed from the hands by tirst rubbing  well Into them some grease or lard,  then washing with soap and water.  .  Shabby Japanned trays can. bo'renovated by an application'of copal varnish to which a little brbnzo powder  has bebn added..Keep in a warm place  till tho varnish is dry and hard.  When Ironing between buttons on a  blouse placo tbo buttons on a folded  Turkish towel. The buttons''will sink  into the towel, and the spaces between  tlicm will be ironed beautifully smooth.  Linoleum will look better and last  the longer for an occasional'rub over  witb a flannel cloth dipped in paraffin,,  which will remove all dirt and stains.  dark-portal.  While 1 have not the grand excuse  That'll will render me immortal.  Your fate, because your love Is strong,  Is ono that you should .sta'dly rush on.  Come, Ponto. I will not prolong  This rather harrowing!.discussion.  ���������C. B. B. In London Evening News.  From a Now Angle.  Plaits to the Fore, Saye Fashion.  One of the most authoritative dressmaking establishments of Paris is responsible   for   tbis   charming   gown,  '"TIOr.ST UEKltnU," Hit BAIO QUIOKLT.  bnd led directly to tho door of her  woodland school. Ho had boon In lovo  with Phylll*- over sluco ho hnd lirst  taken his little slstor, Blanche,'to.tho  kindergarten. Blanche was livo then,  mul ho was fifteen, and Phyllis wan  twonty-five. Now Blanche was tifteen. he wns twcnty-Iivo, and Pbyllle  wns-Jncli refused to consider Phyllis'  Ipcrenslng nge. fie had been In love  with her to such detrimental effect  Hint his father bnd found business for  bim In a distant city and Ij������>|1oc1 tho  boy would forget his sweetheart.  But Jack wan obstinate nml. would  Cot forget,   It wna his Wendell oliMtl-  ncy  that compelled  him  to  haunt  . violets across tho brook, and he caught  ! them deftly.  "Violet  Merrlam."  ho said quickly,  nnd a flush deepened the pink of her  cheeks.  "Hark!   What wns that?" she asked,  holding up a hand with a listening gesture. 4  Footsteps stirred the old leaves that  carpeted tho woodland floor.  Jack saw tho newcomers lirst, for  they came into view behind tho girl  ! on the opposite side of the brook. Vlo-  i let Merrlam heard tbem. tbo, but sho  ! did not turn around until sho snw the  i utter consternation on the face of Jack.  ! Whnt Jack saw was on elderly, white  ihnii;ed man. dignified and haudsome,  | walking slowly toward hlui, Beside'  j'lil-n, thero .wnlked-nay,   lumbered-n  ver} large .Yvouinn, who might havo  I been twenty yenrs younger than her  I companion. Her skin was floridly fair,  : and she was handsome In a largo wny.  I Her eyes woro Very blue und her lips  I very red.   She had a double chin, und  Bho quivered llko a mold of delicate , cut flowers, .  ,     . .   .  jelly every time she moved. I    Now I know you.,wnnt a hint or two  1   They did not appear to see iho young ' nboiit  the ��������� .autumn, stylos.   My .lent  people by tho brooksltW.   Beforo they   Kl������a. as yon valuo your reputation as  reached tho brook  they turned and   a modish woman, don't call your blouse  went away by nnothor path.   Tlio. girl   n ��������� Monro, ho mntter how elnbornle It.  looked after them.    Then sho gazed j may bo. but fiponlc of It o������ a shirt, nnd  "1 hear you've hired an eighty-year-  old veteran as office boy!" ���������  "I have. But it's no improvement  During the baseball season he's aM the  time asking for an afternoon off to attend his granddaughter's funeral."--St  J^ouls Post-Despatch. 0  Well Trained Servants.  if It be your fortune to hire servants,  1 it would be well to remember that you  are entering..iuto-a business contract,  j each side of which should be observed  j to the letter.   The servant problem Is  I not only a result of industrial condi-  ' tions, but of the houio'condltlous. aud  if a mistress'remembers that a serv-  I sut is a human being, and treats the  I worker considerately, perhaps the call  of the mill, wiih Its regular hours, will  not be so alluring.  It frequently falls to a woman's lot  to train a willing servant into the ways  of Iter homo and sometimes Inlo the  ways of serving-' The important thing  is not to "attempt too much'at once.  Take one sotting of the table and the  serving, and by repetition and frequent  lessons have the maid master this. Impress on her'mind' the Imporiniu'e of  'the ���������mechanics, of serving The most  inexperienced .will soon acquire eill-  cieticy lu placing the silver, glasses.  etc., correctly.  , Generally speaking, the,knives and  spoons ore placed nt the right of the  plate, the forks nt the left. That on  the right, whicli Is to, be used tlrst.  atieh'as theoyster fork, should be the  outer one. the next would be the bouillon spoon, and so on. The dessert  and the coffee spoons, are Inst. Forts  are easily disposed of, for the salad  fork, the smaller one. Is last to be used  and therefore nearest the plate. The  method. Is to work from the outsldo In  toward the center.  Butter plates nre placed nt the left,  in front of the plate; glasses for water  at the right  A good servant?keeps glasses always  filled arid places fresh butter on the  plates. Serving should bo done from  the. left, except coffee, which should bo  placed at the right of the diner  The proper form of addressing a  mistress Is, "Yes. madam." or "Yes;,  Mrs. Brown." If there are any doubts  about a mistress' Inclination to see  guests a polito "1 will'inquire" nfter  receiving the card of callers should bo  given. A polite, quiet demeanor is  requisite of a good servant.  No Help For Him.;   ;'.'���������'���������  The eminent specialist leaned back  In his chair.  ���������'What you need, my friend,"-be said,  "Is brondening-of-vision.' You should  read more. You should read the opinions of leading writers on the current  events of the world. Your mind is  stagnated. The petty happenings of  Iho little sphere iu^which you  moveja^aiiotber factor, and It wero well to_  Neatness  have" dulled your". inentalHyi 1 advise  you to read tho newspapers and become familiar witb dally happenings.  May I ask your business?"       .-  Tho patient sadly smiled.  "I'm an exchange fiditor," he replied  and drifted away.-Clevelaud Plain  Dealer. . ,.-,,',  Thinking It Over.  "Ma caught pa kissing the hired girl.**  "What's Bhe going to do about It?"        - - ���������       .  "TtantV the   trouble.    She   doesn't   dispensed with, and nn amiable "thauU  know.    Sho can't muko up her jnind' [yon" should bo given.  suggest that these two factors are "demanded.  As the relations between the mistress and the servants are business ro-  latlous. there should not bo-undue familiarity between them. It often  ���������breeds contempt This must not bo  construed, however, to mean that a  mistress should forget her politeness  when addressing servants.    ,:  When asking one to pass a dish, etc.,  the little word "please" need not be  whether to get rid of pa or tho hired  gli'l; Sometimes 6he says she thinks  she can get n uew husband easier than  she, can get a new BCi,vant."-Detroit  Freo Press, -  straight acrosH the water Into Jack's  bewildered eyes,  "That wna myfathor nnd"- she hesitated. At thnt Instant sho wno amlt-  ten with a vague recollection of Jnelt  WuudeU'tJ Infatuation for Phyllis Lambert  "And that wns-Thyllls Lambert,' uttered .1 nclt when he regained bis  brmith.  "Yes; but you know perhnpu that iho  bud mnrrled my fttthor?". The. girl's  eympniliy looked out of her eyou even  ua Hho delivered'tills:blow to JncU'a  love,  Jack wuh looking at her with a queer  FEOOK 0������NArt MiUB PAILM! HILKi  which shown a'skirt of smnll bos plaits  sewed all the way down and pressed  flat  Tho gown Is mndo of navy blue rallle,  Eilk nnd la short enough to phow thtt  .buttoned'boot of patent leather.  Nice Distinction.  "How do you toll the difference between a yncli't and a sailboat?" snld  the girl'with the Inquiring mlud. "Bv,  lookin' Into tho pantry," replied Cnp-  tain Cleot. "If slid carries plenty ot  refreshments and seegnrs she's ������  yncht. If It's mostly plain victuals  f-uo'H a sailboat;'--Washington Star.  rhyllls LnmberfB Btepn unlll slie, li|lf  Mpr0HHlon on his fnco.   Thero was a  laughingly prontlm-d to walt4for;hlrft.  Bin- had given lilm,a bunch bf forget**  nienots, and he hnd gone aWny niippy  an a king, nnd he bad stayed nwny,  cheerfully working.to muko noraethlng  of himself for I'hyills' snko.  Thero was no objection to Phyllis  tnmliert except I lie difference In their  ���������gen. Phyllis wns sweet nnd fair nnd  very loveanio If Inclined to bo snmo*  ���������flint B'ltillnw mid iir-rveli'su tint .Inek'S  pn rents ever held before him the fact  tbnt by the time he wn������ rendy to marry her his bride would bo .thirty-livo  cr forty years old and "look It, too,"  an his mother ntldiul emphatically. It  was perhaps uiifortiiuuU*. umler tho  rircuuif*taw-en. liiai .inca '���������noiim ������|>-  prnr young for his age and Phyllis old  for Iters  But s lelter from Phyllis ttsd  hrmicht him home flying now. t**he  bad cl-snared her mind Nh<* did nnt  wnnt to mnrry nny one sf pr������-*ont.  t>tie did not lore lilm ns ohf* nhouid,  and she prt-fprn-rt flint their Pticntrp  ment nhouid ������-nd And ������"h������ rr-turnwl  Jtit-fi'* letter* nnd Hi* Hue H* hnd in  i|������twl up'-n jiifl'-intf ������������������*. ���������������-*' ptuwi|*i,  rhlt* IfKffi ������������������"���������"I "i* I'I* Klneera  Wi>nd. t'hyllH! La-ulu-it''  relieved look mingled wllh ono of  dawulng comprelicimlon Thoro was  .mischievous.; delight mingled Willi,  ���������omethlug else thut It might tako  mouths to decipher He bud forgotion  all about Phyllis Lambert.  Ho took ono long step ncroxa the  brook and mood benlde Violet Merrlnw.  "1 remember nil nhottt It," ho snld,  Ignoring her propiiratlons for Instnnt  j-m- In my life It wan Billy Blnko  who did It Iir-cntiHo you wouldn't let  lilm kiss you! And nfter ho rnn away  nnd you cried, why-M Vl'iscd you, and  you let mo]"  TtiA tiwt n������/>f/1������ Tvnrr> fliir-.i������ nff/*-r th������  fleeing form of Violet Merrlam  "I wonder If she'd let me do It ngnln.  Rhe would Jf wo wero engaged I bucrs  I'll tnke np with father's offer now  nnd stay home and run the plantation,*-1  was Jack's resolve.  Before be went Home .lack rUnnped  flown sad picked up s hsndful of tho  r-iivHiiit-m.u limi Violet IihcI plnctiH),  lie throst them Iuto sn Inner p-nckat  ind wsikwl alowly throncb the wi������������<li  mffly whl������tllng "Vfolete" And not  ance did ta consider tie fnlthl(vwne������f  ll' wcjcjib.  a white sntlu "shirt" Is tho correct  thing to wear with your hpw fnll tailor  nindo, nnd veil It wlili chiffon If you  would he oxnclly up to tho mlnnto.  This chiffon overshlrt Is nlwnvs Inld In  ttickH or plaits, (lathers nre complete-  J.v out of fnsltlon; But tho plnltn nro  not nnrrow pin nffnlrs. either. They nro  one, two or even three Inches brand,  threo of thoso brand plnltn set close to.  gel lior of lot* covering the spneo between nrmhole nnd front opening.  Tlio plaits nro stitched.sll tho way  down nnd nro not Intended to ndd fullness soross the bust Tills Is effected  bv n clover slanting cut. which seems  tn be the secret of Uie French blouse  maker The shirts, of course, have  long sleeves nnd n long shoulder line. .  The lop of tho lili-t nnd upper uleeve i  ere eut kimono fnnlilon, and o diamond  ���������Imped pn������������ot Is Inserted underneath  where tho arm Joins llio shoulder.  Then the long strnlglit sleeve Isgltnclj-  ed to the upper kimono sleeve, nnd lis  lower c-dgw Is nlnshod nnd fastened  wllh liiiokH and eves,,so .Hint ilie fit  ��������� round the wrist In trim nml nont. ���������  These sntln wnlsls nro exquisitely  dainty, but Uioy soil.mighty sunn, anil  the' nverngo innndreas .does not do  them up villi sny credit lo bcr t-Itlll  This Is tlie way I wi'ikIi tny new nhhi:.  1 tny It In soft water nnd sml������ of pure  VlllHi t-itftp     So������������. Uol* t IHU ilie h.illll,  but souse It up nnd down In several  cool wntors nflor the UfMt Imtnerslon-  Iron the uhlrt when nlmoHt dry with n  not too Imt Iron, using a lilt of thin  true Enounh.  Scott-Jones snys tlmt ho cleared be-  tween Ave and six hundred on thot  stock deal of his. I wonder If It's so.  Mott-Oh, yes, ho made between tjfl  and $000. Tho exact amount. I bellevo, was $8.75.-Boston Transcript.  Inconsiderate.  ' ��������� *'If yon ilmi't stop nagging mo. 12ml-  lv, 1 Bhall shoot myself tbis very minute." ���������  "Yos, Hint's Just llko yon. when you  kuow how Hfrvous I am when I Hear  a sbot."-Tlr>Blte.  Never Finliriee1.  "Yon sny you hnvo pin red llnmletr  "Yes,"*--  "How long?"  "Well, Pvo played It as long ns an  hour and n hnlf once or twk,������."-|1Ht������-  burgh Post,  Bathroom Novelliee,  The up lo date beauty Is.nlwnys on  the lookout for still moro Ingouloun fittings for her hallironm, which. In o,  sense, Is tlio workshop" wherein the  foundation nf her good looks Is Inld.  Decidedly new this fnll sre class  twisted towel rods, The twlBled glass  prevents tho towels from slipping off'  tho rods, ns so often happens wltb  plain gliiKs rods,  Another new llxlure.* which will bo  found useful In ri small bathroom  whoro It Is Impossible lo have a stationary wnshstnnd, Is n basin nnd rtosp  holder of rather heavy wire, white enameled. Thin holder Is mado to spsu  tlio biilhmb from ono sldo to tho other  by mentis of a heavy wire extending on  ench side, ,  A white ennmoled mnnletire tnblo  with t^glnss top over oak will be found  convcnlont for cither drcsnlng room or  bit 111 too tu. ^   Good News Fer Ceoke.  Bo many feel Hint If there were n  wny to broil meiilH without hnving'the  honvv lirnllhirr fiiih tn i-loin* nfterwnrd  tho hnlf of tho drudgery of housekeeping would ho gone that they will be,    ... .  glad to know of the newly Invented j lived wllhti) my Income, so I in lined  "broiler" for u'<o on lhe top of the j to cramped quarters. - Boston Tran-  fclovo,   Chops, chickens or even a steak j ucrlpt. ���������    ^  mny bo cooked on It successfully, tinir-j '  H im MjoctiU'tit iv-i  niii i'.iiii|<n a *.imi������. i Net to Otorpe,  Its cost Is CO cents,   A perforated tin ���������    M'ndge-.Whut  mtikes yon ssy tha  Women scrvatitH ore nddresscd by.  tbelr'Orst nnmes. Men servants are  usually nddresscd by their surnames,  A consldernto mistress never reprimands her servants' beforo strangers  | and should ask that sny questions In'  j the mind of tho servant bo solved bf  presenting them to her.   The.equipoise-'  of a mistress Is reflected Iri the manner of her Bcrynnt, and fairness Inj  ' treatihen't Is nsitnlly reclprorated.    A'  clear' understanding 'of the duties to  bo   performed,   regular  remnnerntlon,  and a klud business relationship wll^  mnke the household wheels go smoothly on their way  Don't overwork yonr servsnt If shf  bo a quick, good worker tho time;  saved belongs to her. In this wnv vou  Will get the best ������ervlco snd the most  willing attitude townrd you nnd your  home.  How It Started.  The an-Vcnt king had cast the Israel-  lies Into the fiery furnnce.  "Is It hot enough for yon?" ho yelled.  Whereupon he became known as the  crunk'Ht despot In lilstory.-M 11 waukeo  Reiitluol.     i  Not an Expanelve Sum,  nieka-Don't vou find your fint rary  small?  \N'cka-No.     i'ou   see,  ito always  di* only will ynu wive the luster ilnd  teilurc of n while until! Kbl(b  I tin re 1n*t seen nn nil in the pn*  pe1* ofTerUia nt one of tfxc blgftliops a  liarimln In while ������stln. mi I'll bid ron  adU-ii nnd n-k *nv, life lu the bargnln'  crr-'vil     Vruirt* devotedly;    MABKU  New York,  sheet to bo bad for IO ccnti i** also n j c,.lf in a stupid gnmc?  novelty wortb remembering,'for ilils Is |    Mnrjorie-I  went oul. to the links  to slip under kellli-s nnd poll to keep: with Ceorgo, and he pnld-more atten-  iiiuNlIn between the eiillii.'nniV.llif, li;ntr   tlicm from burning and blacUeuliig.      1 h^ to the old bull thun he did to mo.  Puck.  Tha Smell ef Paint. \  A room which has been newly pslnt* >  rd fcbould not be Mept In until the -n.iell  of pn'lnt has cntlri'ly dlsnppenred.  A"*p3l*f������M' {mi* wa-,r ������������������t'l,, ���������" ���������*'*  room nnd ciinuged frcaueDtlf will Iu4p  lo purify Uio sir.  Paw Knavvt F.verytl-iina.  WIIII-j-P-iw. vshKt doe* iitf-ua tern-  jwatiirof-teanr  ,#'.i',v-lt ii.e.'itii tbe il-HlTottcd, dsd  .('illatHtl |i*iiipi*r.*itur- \xt> nrt������ liflMlig  IkCM dl)������.-C'luiluiiUll i;n-ji,lier  Poitcard Invitations.  "Although II Is not the best taste Id  the world to uso picture postals to*  Invitations,, ihey mny puss betweeii  friend!* nt the (lino of somo Impromptu  soclni happening or other, the sendoi  of lhe Invite upologlzltig. however, fo^  her use of one. Thus she would writ*  In this ciisoi "Kxcuso poulnl, hut iti  ure getting up a dntico nnd long foi  you, Tomorrow night Write you will  tu������l;n us happy by coming  "Indeed, yes," with her slgnnturo below, would bo qulio enough for tlitj  card of the Invited girl If i-'lie hffsolf H  pressed for time, but It would be pretty  to ndd n word tiiuro~"How uoott oi  you to remember inel''  A vft-lmi re-iiioiiso fo invitation's  requires, ns I havo snld, some gom|  fouling behind ll, und ir It cuiiich from  qulto nu old lndy or gcnilcmnii here fi  truly (lis time for a ���������ju-'li of enthuwl.  nstle plensnro, Old people love to feel  that Ihey ure kIIIi of importance, nl  Indeed they nro when they nro Inter*  cini'il in (he ucifiiio ot youna folksi  ...   H   ,    ....   i . ,��������� -   if.   I,-...  ti������'*i-r!f  -fruited  The Wetk End Deik Csi������.  peiir week end gill, don t a*ly upon)  yonr liusy  hostci-s for wrltliuj itinlo'  rlnK    There insy tint  be even a rh*!iL!  In your bedroom, nml nniiif oilier guesr  mny Im writing in the library nt tlm  very moment when you wHIi to semi  out' n note    So bo fine to park llit<������  your Ktilt eit'.o one of the i-iinvciiletin'H  of flexible leal her ol book ftuifie whleti  h,-i<������  irevernl   (���������������������������ii-'ed  of   lilottliu*   |in|it*H  nml  *'oiii|iiiiliiii*itt*4  for Mntioiiery  n*-  ������r*ll n<������ f*ii  n  liMttle r.t tun no linnlv  enciiM'd tt.nt (!i������-re Is t-.:i d:iii'.*cr tn ttm  uiirdrot'i'   tieloti'ittic*-   with   which   it  .nny  1-c pa-Lid      lhe <*ji-i*s i'hiiu-  In  ii'in-k or  eiilorcil  uiinm-fn. In 1'l^xWlU  uiid Iu Kt-ul-tkiu. THE NEWS. CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ������������������������������������n*"*���������****-*****"  Grey Blankets from..,...,,.,.'..,. ���������52,75 a pair .���������".-  \Vhite Blankets.... ..... ... v . .... 4,00 a pair  C'linforlers from .....'. S1.75 each and up  A 'new Stock of Extension Tables, Parlor Tables and Chairs of  f^::::c:^r--~- all kinds, just received r.r^^*--^!)  We always carry a ful! stock of Beds and Bedding,  Springs and Mattresses  Fawcett' a Stoves and .Ranges are .the best,  CALL���������AND���������INSPECT���������THEM.  Mei-iiee Block, 'A.M0KINNOW .  Cumberland  Victoria, Ji. C.  Phone ,964  THOMAS' CROSSING  Sidfcey, JI.C. Phone F .36.  Cumber1*-rVri, B.C.  Plione.j3  5. NAKANO &CO.  RE AL, ESTATE AGEMTS -  I   Hkad Office 518, Fisguard St.  VICTORIA, B. C.  li  J  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  S  ,\ MIXED IT   MAKlilAGE  NOTICE   OF- DISSOLUTION    OF  PARTNERSHIP.  .��������� Thvouii'li the marriiige of Oar  , ,   ,    r                             ' r    t         1 NOTICE is   herebv gi.ven  that   the  .old A. Lec'c,   a   son   or   Joseph ,      ..    c           j      ���������  ,     r, ,.  '                                                 t           \ partnership   firm   conducted   by   E  C,  Leek of Isiip, L. I., with Miss Emcie. amj AtUinr Denton, under the  "Id;; Sn'iih. daughter of Egbert firm naiv-e and style of ''U.C. Ciraye,"  Z. Suiith of Islep. a queer   mix-! was on lhe 22nd day of November 1913,  ,  .���������       1 ���������    i��������� ���������_,���������_, i duly  dissolved.     The business will in  i.ip in lviationsnip has come.'        '  The bride's  mothes died three  future be carried on under the name and  style of '15. C. Garage," by John Thom-  *-ears ago and   her   father   matv son ,snd Arthur Denton in partnership.  iied the daughter of Josepu Leek,  ���������the farlier of the present bride-  ���������groom  As a result of the recent wedding, the bridegroom's father-in-  law is Ins brothei-in-law; the  bride's father-in-law is her own  -father's father-in.law; the bridegroom is step-uncle of the bride,  ���������who therefore bedbmes her own  husband's-stop-niece; the bride's  -step-mother is her sister in-law,  and her own father is her brother-in-law, and finally the bride's.  ������ fn'-her-in-law is  her  step-grand-  -. -father. .  ���������  All debts due the former fin.; must be  paid forthwith to Messis Tnomson &  Denton. All debts against the former  firm must be presented to Messrs-Thorn-  son & Denton, who will pay the same  in so far as their liaoility may thereto ex  tend, under and by virtue of ihe agreement entered into by them with the  former firm,  JOHN THOMSON  ARTHUR DENTON  E. C. EMDE.  D-ued November 27th, 1912  DU.UIDS ELECT 0FFFCEUS  TTA. 0.-lXlCTiml)eTiam31IFove7  mot op Monday evening. Tne  {��������� 'lU-wsns officers were elected and  ' just ailed for-the coming year:���������  J. P. A���������T, Ilickson; N. A��������� E.  Colombo; V, A,, G. Bartoldie;  Uc'-, See')', Chas, Kubrycht; Fin'-J  & uy��������� S, Marocchi; Tmis, Jos,  JJardcsona;.Conductor, P, Cpnlo-  v.ido; [, G., V Picketti: 0. G.,  A, S-ilechcic; Trustees,   Jos.   As  jitvi, G, Bartoldi,  _ o ���������  The, charge preferred hy Albert  Pick an! agamst Chief. Constable  ;Si.c])!ieiison for assault in connee-  lio'i with Picl-aril'ft arrest last  ni'-nth, catneup for hearing be  j'oi-f; Magit'trato Abrams ou Wed-  ��������� 1 i-hdry evening. Tho complain -  mil. not appearing to press the  .liai-go, the ease was dismissed,  Tlie first issue otothe new  Courtenay paper came out last  week, a copy of which, has not  as yet. reached this ofllce.. It is  named ' 'The Review," a id tbey  say it is a very 'creditable sheet.  We wish it success,    It is tip   to  the Valley people to make ; it   so.  ���������JS*an*nS***t*aa*ra)lia^ **t?*m**ml>i������)l*)*^  MAROCCHI BROS    1  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, arc a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  paytible without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following- rates:  $5 and under    3 cwxts  Over    5 and not exceeding $10    0  10       " " 30 30  30       " " 50 15  (<  U  6.3  Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  .m**Afmt*T*t***m**i*f*4*l*^  REMITTANCES   ABROAD  should bo mado by means cf our SPECIAL  FOREIGN  DRAFTS-and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rato3.  CUMBERLAND BHANOH W. T. WHITE,  -wg-WMCTB-WMMILMi. HSBm  ���������>illlllilllll!llll!llltl!ll!l!RI!iltlllM  GOVERNMENT ST.  Go  VICTORIA, B. C.   <���������   Cnmlieiiaml, Dec, 2.���������There ia  .wiil.y. one shift working at Cum  Itihuid and the output Iiiih boon  ���������C'tit In half si nco the commence-  iiuiii. of the strike, The returns  J'.-r last woe); average*! 1K58 tons  j,i.*r day as again-it 2200 tons por  ���������lay inwltM' normal conditions,  There is noclmugo in tho situation here and boilt titles appear  to he Hitting tight,���������Nauaiino  Herald,  Judge Barker is here  on court  business.  Dry Goods Retail Dealers  in Grade Silk,   Cottou  Cleaning and Repairs $150  Kepairs.... 1.00  Jfattg #atuj (&a.  Manufacturers   of Ladies'    and  Children's   Underwear.  v    Suits   Made to Order.  CUMBERLAND,      B,  (3.  Real Estate and Insurance,  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.  We hav*.'  a large number of enquiries for  acreage in  Comi'X Valley ;'.   if you have anything to  sell,   L.ST  '   -';   WITH US,    ' "'..[':"'. ^y -  ���������, .\-'We;;are AUCTIONBEKS   ;  SEE US if you want a sale and we will arrange������������������n---������ qf the shortest  _ p.issible notice and get the BEST Pl'lO -IS.  COURTENAY, E.G.  g  Complete Stock of {>Ye Okk Firme"  Heintzoian & Co.. P iaoos  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrojas, Gramophones and Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LISTS.  Convenient. Terms of Payment Arranged.  809 GOY-tRNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  iF YOU WANT  'v EUMBER  .see; us   -  Comox Sawmill Co., Limited,  Comox,   B. C.  Robert. Gr nit, Sr , of Victoria,  is iu town.  Contracts for clearing land  can  ������  }*l  ���������  DENCYSi  Show of  Fall Hats; Auto  Bonnets,  Children's Hats etc.  NOF  ON  Courtenay,   B. C.  be nrranm-il by applying to Sain-  Uil H. Miller, Cumberland, B.C.   7~~���������~-������������������~~T~  1  :!ili!!:!!8!ii;Si!I!li!;!!;W!^  Eeocrvo"9"l"3."5"00VC0O   U  i!!i!llllilli!SI!i!!:illlill[illllUHW!!!llKniinn!ilIlli:i!lilUltil(!!K!lllll!||||KU^  im-rmT-*M-*i-Tfm*a^\v~'*mmm*rmiT%-tMmrwim,nm-j lummm.'M'mram  ^rU:il!lllli^lUUI!llllllllllliilUIIIIU!ll!!IUI]llii:i:!UUiil!lUHIIUIIIII!li!lll!i:^  |"Capital"Pdid_Up'$ 1175 OOVOOOT  I   The R^yal Bank of Canada.   1  1 DRAFTS   V- '".CD   IN   ANY   UUUliKJNCY,   PAYABLE' ALL [j  I OVER   THE    WOULD. B  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & iniereai j|  I at higlieut  Cnrrt-nt IlaU-s aliuwul on Mipm.iip of $1 and upwaids.    li  1 CUMBERLANP, B. C, Bianch, Optn Daily.                         ";||  I UNION WHAEF, B. 0.,   Sub-T3rach, Open Thursdays  I P. M. MORRISON, Manager.  | COURTENAY,   B.C,    Blanch,    Open Daily.  | ,'.:.WM. HOPF,Managep.  %lllll!lllilllll)l!lllllli;ii:!IIIIIIII!l!!Ulillllll!l!lllll!M^  -amTauimm-jm^mJmrnmmni^  The cHew Scale Williams  Mr. C. Evans, John C, Hrown,  Ml**. (Jrievt*, Miss 0, MtieDonald,  , md M'i****' .JeKHo Mai'donuld,  j.!/iiii;>liti'r of (lie Inlo Urn, Evuni*,  ���������irrired from Cnuibrooke on Vvt  duy luht, Mr, Kvnnrt will nnnain  lii'tn unlil irftor ('lirit'tiiiiis,  ,lt\r*, Miownri mm of lvTi* anil  Mr- ,! ���������i'ii'".' Sl(".v;ivl, rvv've.l tb.i-  wri'k I nun JVinee llnpiril, He  v.ill remain until after tlie holi-  I'njf'.  HTHMP   PWI.LKiiS,   KAIITW  AMliUllS, well  bo'iii*������,    taka np  ciiblf-i, flxlnres !=(!lf opening plmlt*  injpr  iruten "td  doors?, ce,      Alf-r  r.iml .-lef-riiitr. tonOacting.    Wiit������  nil) Hurn*-ii!ii road, Victoria, H, 0  ,**|ti-ci������l  fiva your   i-nainionatul   U  ������������������ettlor f-ir "lump puller outfit, en-  imcity up to "0 inch preen Plump,  ���������'������ fool irtu-flj large urea oleorel  at  ������Molt ell tiny; 3.0  n)inule������ to rcnitj  pricpe If iif) tt ,t\ u war* ?,  n c, t -ii  %  II  Used Exclusively in Canada  The   METROPOLITAN   OfyERA  COMPANY  (of New York.)  If you want a good reliable Piano, it will pay you to give us a call.  We nr������ Sole /vgenti* f or tho above and other Reliable Malces. We  ������l������o carry the Victor Gramophone ancl Vlctrolaw,  WI3 GUARANTOR SATISFACTION.  Dunsmore's "Music House" Church St., Nanaimo   B. C.  HwrnrarpiMnrnqMiii^^ .- fl__B___T3_g$' -i^t^^jaB^, taoiBaECn. flll-^wm^fm-r'irja^  NEW GOODS  Our Fall Goods are arriving by every boat.     Wc have just  opened up a nice range of Ladies' Blouses in  French Flannel with soft collar and dnuhlc cults in nil colors.   These are. (  the newest  thing in the Blouse line at $3.50 and $4,00  WOOL BLANKETS  Made I rem carefully selected Canadian wool   You should see  our line before purchasing your winter blankets, as we consider we have the best line on the market for the money.  Grey and white at $4.50 to $7.50 per pair.  U  Dm  The "Ideal" Store  R'WJ.OS niOCK Mel.V.    Acioh.    Hrtymnn, .WNSMUfR AVKNTPK  \t*a-m*mmmmmm*mt*ma***t^^  \    1 1  nm 1111      i~\-\\ hi wnu" r-'runminrr'Ti  if   1 n i ��������� fin iiMwn flipi������iiiimTiii1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiM_iw>l  !i  P. PHlLLlPFSHARRiSON  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY,  PUBLIC ,       CONVEYANCING  f-  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  UmmnnuM\mmaawiwaw wnw  :\t.   B0fl0^fl=  Manufacturer of MINER AL WATER  P. 0. BOX 183  PHONE 20,...  CUMBERLAND  IBI  There's a Difference in the price.  mid 11 hi/j; (lii-Vi'tMU'c, ind, Wit lliei-'r* no pinctical diffevutice  un*n������  v.'iliiu   nm)   fiJiiiU'iicy (*M)itv>e t/j'C'le-j,   tkmii*   waif  <laiiuigcil in tnitu-it, some   are fcimply "sliop-Kuilcd"   and  somo have   lieen out   on   him   a few times only, hut nil  aro ofll'n'd ut bro uductioi:**.    T.������*t w know your require  incntH nml wo j-lmll himkI particular-*-.  DON'T FOIWiKT   That   tho i-xpt-ndit,m,   tf   10.00 cash at  I'liinV'y's  e������nit|������"������  )������>u   to   a   ticket which wid slum- \ti ilu*  drawing for a-SI.^OO '���������Ovr*:lati.;H Ant.-).  THOS. PUMLEY  739 YATES STRI3BT VICTOI-ilA, B. C*  mmmtmmfv-mm^ss^^  rr,���������wmM'-W.'i

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