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 m  A  ���������^'���������yy*!,,-"-- :'-^:"^r^!:  The News, Twentieth Year. \  A ._-,������������������_, Devoted __specla,,y, to ,he ,nteresta o. comox      ^  **������������������������������������������"*������  CUMBERLAND   B. C,    WEDNESDAY,  NOV., 20, :9i2  Subscription #j.oo a Yea*r  for  The Gold Weather is Here  'nnd every boy and, giif needs"sike-  (hing warm for wear. \%e have  the largo&t assortment shown in tlii.  vicinity, of  Sweaters in Fine Wool and Cashmere. Every color, style and size from 75c to $2.50  -WOOL  HOSIERY  from the best knitting factory in  Canada, every weight and size at  i  ME  Tho    Kight   Prices.  N'S  WOOL : SOCKS.  Warm, dry    feet  means health,-  and  ymi jL-an   have it, by buyinrr.  some of our lines���������we have every  ���������   .   -.   weight ut   closest prices.     See  v    our Anta Rheumatic Sooks,.extra  ..   weigh.af specially prepared wool  STANISELD'S   Underwear-  ���������in all tlio different weights & sizes  absolutely unshrinkable' and of-  .    ' the  beet wearing quality.   .'    -  See e?sr lines of famous Amherst Shoes  Specials  stoves III For This Week.  AND  m-mt**r.aaa -___n������-ii__fc_ft.  .Q I_M.I__\ f^_3__l___ ������__!.*___ E__o_o.'_^!t/-\_.  i^^^te^^t^^^^^sf. m^^^m^^^^^^  GANGES  Furniture and Household  Supplies  Baths,  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies   ���������  \t=urtz;������ia:: _*m.-_  'Secrelary-Tteasurer i^ppoioted  $t lhe meet iug- of the Victoria  Atiioniobile Association hold on  Tuesday, J2th inst., Mr. C. A.  l'Virsytlie, e.harteVed aoeonntant,  was "appointed Sfcr^tury-trensur-  '", ,e.i'in {dace of Mr,, C" 1). Chris  tie, M. ]k>or_ylho lias been the  energetic and efficient assistant  secretary for the past six mouthy  and the .association .is.,to bo eon  gratulated ou retaining his ser-  ".vieeti in   a wider scope.  Mr, Po^ythe is a brother0  iii-Jaw of Mr. Pr P. Harrison,  onr local   bnrnslcr,���������lid,  It wasni.-! red about town on  Tuesday iii tt tl,at the city had  been phic      under Martial   Uw.  Upon  en.  HO--  ".Kick," the clothes eleiinerhas  left town,' and-'thu landlord has  fijeized hi. goods and chattels for  rent.  -4>-  Prohiidiiun came to Cumber-  land sooner than was expected.���������  Dry. timo-i abend, unless you know  how.  +****���������  No nee in kicking now UV here.  Anyono with half nn eyo 'must  have neon what this week'** demon  fdr/itions have brought forth,   ������-���������-*   IVirker WillinniB, Al.  Again in towji.  P. P.!*  Chief StephoiiHon   understand*.  hiu biifci.iea**) tyo woll  lo uho   nn-  .jieeowiiry linrshnees, but  he   will  iry of the mayor  this  was found net  correct,   but   we  beljeve that the rumor  tliat   the  city will be policed by the  provincial   polico ��������� clepiijtmcnt.  will  prove correct, as many of tho citizens are iu favor of it  - ,/riie leaders of the Union have  a   chance   to make   good   their  promise to tjie   police  conuiiiss-  ioners. that they with them would  try and  maintain   order.   It  is  better if at all possible   to   conduct our own police affairs,  *iid  it would luok bad   for   the   city  uot to be able to doso.  The city  claims that thoy  have   not   'he  money to pay nu increased force.  Wc trust that our city will have  uo need of an  increased   police  force of nny kind,   (here should  not ''C any need   for   it,   if wc  have the. well fare and good mime  of our city at heart,    The present condition of affairs has   engendered more bad feeling   than  this city hns Ken fi*r many years  This is to bo deplored i,u a small  community like this   what*   the  best of feeling Hhould exist at all  times, for once the ties ol iriend  xam  Police  Libby's California Asparagus Tips, reg 25c a  tin now 20c  Aepaingus, "reg 50c per tin now 25c  jRoiled Beets, reg 20c per tin now 15c  Choice Table Spinich, reg 20c  now J5c  Holbrook'S Punch Sauce, 35c per bottle.. now 20c  Mangor Hot Chutney, reg 3Dc -now 25e  Chow-Chow, (C. &. 1>. quarts) -00c uow 50c  Chow-Chow, [C. & B. pints) Sue , , now ������oc  Mixed Sweet Pickles, 35c now 25c  S\-.nington's Pure Coffee Essence, 40c now Sue  Brazil Nuts, Walnuts and Filbert Nuts,, 25c lb  while they last 2 .lbs for 25c  Lux���������a special good article for washing  il&rtnei,  10c pkge  hcfa.rla.ne brothers.  THE CO%NE% STORE,      VUNSMUIR A VENUE  irmsszoners  v    i  *iml   4 V M  ������u pi-i'i'oiiii, iio _oca tl, uini surely  no law-abiding citizen will object to that, I-Jo lina told us  more than once that the strike  wuh no all-iii' o( his, he being  here .ololy to maintain ordor,  We say this, for we havo heard  it iu.-jhiuaU.' I tliat he tak". .his  iws-rnctj on from tho   C>'Mp,;ny  whiparc broken they me never  'he name, uo mat ter how hard we  , ,- ,       ,              .          , *1-'U'  tr-.* ir\ ,,,-(-.,,,'|   it.,..:,  ���������"������,.    A.   tf.,  tt.lH it ij, (ll y | '       ' -     "       -"L* *-'������<������  l- ������������������������������������'���������'- ���������"'   ���������"���������"'��������� ������������������������������������    S'UiCl-! '���������'-*���������'   al������������ve, Chief Cou-*  stnblo S'eplititiM.n has taken  charge of ihe police aflnfra of  tin- City and has closed nn n'l  places where liquor and beeV is  ''old, ah*u tlio Union ' Hotel   nnd  the Pili-cner Hrewerv.  m j  'fin*  U. M.  Vv.  oi A, .'-.ecu  'ive   lur.     requested    that     a!]  ^ti'iher'i; children aiteiidi.i*.* pub-  )U-  'ch.nl,   b"  i������'il!ir!jr>',"v.  There were 1453 ,���������en ]cill������?d  i?l f!nd about coal' miiicb ol" tbe  United Stales during the first  t'j.ht momiis of ihjx year, lienor-  ding to an anuonua'UH'iit.of the  bin can 0/ mines.  The Police Commissioner;- met  on Tuesday at noon, ihere being  present Commissioners McLeod  and Campbeli. The object of  the meeting was to consider the  matter of law and order being  maintained in the city, as a cad  was made on Commissioner McLeod to see that such was done in  his capacity as mayor and police  commissioner, on account of the  blocking of the streets and disorder, by .1 number of people on  Monday afternoon. Counii ssion-  er McLeod staled, that he, as  mayor would insist on law and  order being maintained if there  waa a repetition of the Monday  affair. Severn] of the Union  men present, stated, that they  would as far a.s was in their power, see that order was kepi. Someone present,stated, that it wns  the women who caused the most  of Monday's disturbance, Sonic  present churned that they had a  right to gather on the streets  and enjoy themselves, providing  they woro uot guilty of any breach  of the law, Tlm waa not dLspu ���������  ted by the eomniihsiouers. Commissioner Campbell stated, that  in his opinion Ihe I'trike up til.  Monday had been conducted iu  a very orderly manner, and ad  ri.v-d ih.ii oo diu-riic measures ne  lukuit until the r<solution thut  ho was about to -present faih'd to  work. The resolution reads a-  follows?:��������� The Polim ���������rmt*-Hu<  siouers herewith unanimously request thot the officers of tlio Jo-  cal iniui'ii union continue to  act with them in keeping ordtr  in the luv.u, in so Far as tm-y are  ... .. .   ...  >flmf4^ftisflj**l  *^^SX^^i^mt*mi\^-J^^V^^^'(  nim-jmvaLmm-ffinirVimmMm*Mm*m^^ HMHWllWl, >w_  able, and to discourage and prohibit 'any disorderlincss whicli  may 'occur -during the present  strike This was carried. The  leading members of the U. M  W. of A., who were _)rosent, were  satisfied with the resolution and  promised to give it their support.  William Merrifield and a par  ty of eight returned on Wednesday from a hunting trip to Topaz harbor. They succeeded in  bagging 1 panther, 9 deer and  goq^duc.kSj���������Some-huntings   There was no meeting of the  City Council on Monday night  owing to l������eJv of h-fnornui'-- "   ���������  William Rennison. ������n old-lime  resident of Comox Valley, died  at his home at Sandwick on Sunday evening iu his 72nd, year-  He had be������m a resident of the  valley foi twenty nine years,  The remains will bo interred at  Vancouver,  BLASTING WITH WATER.  Herr Carl Meissuer, a German-  mining official,   has   devised   &.  method of blasting coal by means  ot--water-insteatl-of^T>"wdef~llTa'r  -0-  Several of the men who re-  ceiftly came hero to work in the  mines, wore induced to return  frolii wlulice they came,  Minsilcs were recently thrown  at'a Company engine which passing in his locomotive. Thi.. is  a very serious offence in tlio eyes  of the law.  Mrs Thompson, widow of the  lato Andrew Thompson is iu town.  Sehnui!:, who recently idiot  Colonel Roosevelt, has been declared insane.  Walter Wilson was tried before  .Magistrate A beams on Monday,  for assault ou Provincial Cmi  ���������itnblu A, C. Pallaut at China-  ��������� own ou Saturday night hi!������t.  lie was filial $20 and cost:*,  which he paid. P. P. Harrison  conducted the prosi/euiion,  Andrew   Thompson, aged 24,  sou of   Mr,   and   Mrs.   Duncan  Thompson of this,, city, died at  Revelstoke   on   Thurspay   last.  The deceared had   been ill with  typhoid fever, and it was ihought  he was recovering,   when he eiif  force! a relapse, from   which   he  never recovered.   The   remaiup  were taken ,to Nanaimo   for in  torment.    He was a soiw'n law  of Mr. and Mrs, Peter Anderson,  0/this city.  may greatly .diminish   tlK>   frequency cf miniug di^astexs.    According to the Journal   of  the  A'nierican* Mfdical, Association,  lhe apparatus consists "of a long  nozzle thai fits exactly into the  h������-������le bored by the miners for the  insertion of powder.    The injection of a  few  quarts   of   water  drives out the gas   in   the  coal,,  and theu ihe injo:t,ion of a  little  mote water   cracks   and -bivake  iho coal, so that, a blow   of   ihe-  pick brjugs it down.    The nev  method is "extensively, used   in  Germany, and several mine-owners in the  United States and iw  Canada arc said to have adopted  i t wi I h   success. ���������The   You ths*  Companion.  About forty men arrived by  Sunday's boat to work in our  local mines.  kind words and   kindly acU tried  to !e8M.n their flo-now,  ������_EOT!m������L'������^^  i  CARD OK THANKS.  Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. MeKemsie  tnko thin opportunity ofexpresidng  lheir hciirifell; thanks to tho ninny  f'iiinds who asuisled ihem in thoir  ivwut   beivavement and who   by  M rs Titos. Birkle loft by- Sun-  dii'y's boot for her homo in Vic  tenia, .after spending a few day*  in town. She will return short-  ly with her family to spend several months,  POUND-A gold locket. A p.  ply this office,  KOUND-A   ring.   Apply n*  this office.  PEOSPEOTOKS,   MINEKS'   AND  LOGG.EES' SUPPLIES  Men's High Top Waterproof Boots  Mackinaw Shirts and Coats etc.  About thirty provincial p������������-  liee'i/iiv**. iu lowb on Wt-diu:.-. *  ony night to streugih.>n lhe uum-  b-'r ub't.'.-i-iy \w,i.  ur   stuck   of   Mwi%    lllark  Owih,   Ih*;ivv   K'utlri   Sliir*.  Tlie AmlierRi .t J.ccldc Winter llcoli witli cxlt-i ji .*'������c  litavy siil.'j, niatle of Oil Tun nnd -Tronic fnll. vciu I.  lusi t1.,ll.l-...���������������lo   ������wci,i������M.f bwi matte,   *. J= am!   Coi(Jiiioy* I'.mis.   Hlt.c I'jmiicl  SI.iim  aiul jn*"! ilie kiiitl lot the ntit^uli num.  Men's Waterproof Shifts*  Mackinaw  uml GIovm,  >u of wear  A large stock of Oil Clothing,  TM���������   i,oted  fliK  Horn, Unirn-M.nlc*  Rhin  !���������; |rgfM,      |>W,,^        . "* '"������������  icmri: .mJuKW . Boots etc.,  always on  ���������jjiiti,!)!*, *;oi t p (01 mrn ������lm li a vc oiush  ���������������������������at xs ihe l������*.-i NMiiiiii}- jbitt ribi.-itnabli*,  .hand.  CAMPBELL   BROS.  $Z������V!Mm**f^^  ���������m THE m<TEWS. CUMBEKLAND. B. a  *rr"  IN THE  By L G, MOBERtY  Author, of  "Dan 'and Anothor," "A Tanalsd  Web,"    "Sin of Allto.i  Deer-  Ino."  etc,  ������to.  WARD,   LOCK  ft. CO.,  LIMITED  'London. Melbourne ������nd   Toronto.  (Contiu������e4L  Please help me for our old friend-  siiip's sake.  Those! words rose up from amongst  all tbo others, and -danced in letters  of fire before'Dyn.court's-, eyes.  Please help me for our old friendship's sake. Dorothy must have been  hard put to il to write that pleading  sentence. Dorothy was not given to  pleading. She was one of the strong  women of this world, who seldom  have to plead, and that little sentence  ln her letter touched Oliver strangely.  Touched him, and yet sent a pang of  jealousy "through his heart. Was she  after all, learning to care for her husband in a closer way than as a mere  friend? Had it become.a matter of  real moment to her to lengthen the  allotted span of his life? ���������������������������' Did she  wish, had It come about that she actually wished,* to keep him with her  for as Jong as it was humanly possible? The letter read like that of an  anxious, loving wife, and again a  spasm of jealousy tore at Dynecourt's*  heart.1 'Dorothy as he had last seen  her at the gate of the park rose before his mental vision. The gleam  of sunlight on her bright hair, the soft  green of grass and trees that made  a background for the white of,,her  gown, her beautiful face flushed with  color, her eys bright .with indignation  all these came vividly before him, and  his hand clenched the letter he held  and crumpled it ifito a ball. >  Please help me-for our old friendship's, sake. 'x      y'y..  Her eyes no longer seemed to look  at him with that bright indignation;  ihey were soft and sweet, as in the  old days when she had let all her love  for him look out of them. The remembrance of the old days, and of  the old sweetness In Dorothy's eyes,  awoke in him gentler and -better  feelings. ��������� Some of his newly,acquired hardiness died away, his slumbering conscience awake, stirrings of remorse moved within him. Strange  that. Dorothy' should have written to  him about Soames, seeing that in his  .hands lay virtually the key to the  whole situation. What, lie wondered  would be Dorothy's opinion of that  academic question of medical etiquette  -which-he-had-pu!^to-sist^'~G!are.^-i--;  Would Dorothy, too, sweep away all  side issues, and think only of the  great main consideration, that one man  was being wrongfully accused, his reputation and his life hanging in the  balance, whilst the real culprit was  escaping scot free? Would she say  as Clare had said, tliat professional  etiquette, and even professional honor, went for nothing in such circumstances as these? He tried to argue  to himself that women proverbially  had no sense of honor, but his argument did not seem to him to ring quite  true; and Dorothy's face, the eyps'full  of wistful pleading, crept boforo him  and his own deliberations, confusing  his thoughts, making balrfnced decision impossible.  Thrusting her letter into his pock-  rt, ami glancing quickly through tho  rest of his correspondence, he gathered up the nolos upon which he had  been.working, put thorn into a drawer  and rang for IiIb landlady.  Oh! Mrs. Evans, ho aald when she  appeared, 1 .hall not bo in to dinner  and I may not bo back tonight. If  1 ani wanted, telephone to mo to this  number.  Ho put. a slip of paper into linr hand  listened impatiently to her lamonta-  lions over tho dinner she had prepared in vain, and left fho house with an  irritated bang of "llio door Hint mado  Why Should I Use  Cuticura Soap?  "There is nothing the nutter  with my skin, and I thought  Cuticura Soap was only for skin  troubles," True, it is ior skirt  troubles, but its great mission is  to prevent skin troubles. For  more than a generation its delicate emollient and prophylactic  properties! have rendered it the  standard for this purpose, while  its extreme purity and refreshing  fragrance give to it all the advantages of the best of toilet soaps.  It is also invaluable in keeping  the hand:*, soft and white, the hair  live and glossy, and the scalp  free from dandruff and irritation.  While its first cost h a few cents  tnorr* thnn thnt of ordinary toilet  f'/wpn, \t W prep-trod with siu'h en re  and of such materials, that it wears  to a wafer, often outlasting several  cakes of other soap, and making  fin ii.-^   im rnrirftrr*   mo't prrvowu  - - - - -    -������ ��������� ���������    . .  ical. Cuticura Soap is sold by  druggists and dealers everywhere,  hut the truth of these claims may  be demonstrated without cost by  pending to ������������������Cuticura," Dept, ;M,  Boston, U.S. A., for a liberal sam.  plecake.Uigeliiei 'with a thirty-two  page book ort the skin and hair.  W. N. u. 1*1/  [Mrs. Evans;exclaim aloud���������  j    Something have certainly come over  ! Mr. Dynecourt.     He do behave most  strange, and looks so gloomy and never  j a smile for nobody.     Crossed in love, i  that's my idea;  I Dynecourt's way led him, by 'bus  I and train, to a remote corner of West  | London, where the metropolis proper  ,i l*e������,ins to "merge into suburbs, 'and  streets are replaced by long thoroughfares bordered by trees and lines of  houses became, detached dwellings,  standing each in its own gardon.  Dynecourt passed down a road leading from one ot, these long thoroughfares, a'lonely,' forsaken sort of road,  whose houses stood very far apart,  some of them surrounded by walls,  that effectually hid all but the upper  stories. The road was entirely deserted. In'all-its length not even a  nurserymaid or an errand boy w*as  visible, and the mellowing light of the  summer afternoon-,fell only on rOws.of  plane trees in full leaf and grass bordered pathways.  The surgeon walked quickly, noticing as he went how many of the  houses wore to be let or sold, hnd  speculating upon the probable dampness of the locality in anything but  the hot weather of the moment, and  it was only at the far end of the road  that ho stopped before a green door  in a peculiarly high wall. The house  to which the door belonged was the  last in lhe road���������indeed the road itself  appeared to end at this point, meandering away into a rough and stony  path across a piece of waste ground,  bordering somo depressed-looking  fields.  Some few minutes elapsed before  Dynecourt's ring at the bell-pull hanging by the green door met'with any  response, and he ,was putting out his  hand to ring again, when the door  was cautiously opened * about two  inches, and a man's voice said curtly���������  Who is it? What do you want?  1 am Mr. Dynecourt, 'and I want  Mr. Tomlinson). was.the abrupt reply,  he is expecting me. The door was  opened sufficiently wide to admit of  the visitor's entrance, and the rather  'ruffianly, looking man, semi-butler,  semi-gardner, who admitted him, lock:  ed and chained it up again, as though  lhe��������� place were a prison.  Abandon hope all ye that enter  here, Dynecourt . muttered grimly,  smiling yet more grimly when the servant Said in a fawning voice:  I beg your pardon, sir. I didn't  quite catch what you said.   "      ..)  It doesn't matter, was the careless  answer, but your manners rather want  mending, don't they?  The'; man scowled, then smiled de-  precatingly.  Well, sir, I'm sure I beg your pardon, but we have so many queer people coming to the door, that- I get a  bit short in my way of speaking to  them; had I known it was you, sir���������  Oh, well, never mind, Dynecourt's  tones still told of nerves on the  stretch, and he glanced round the untidy, neglected garden with a look of  -repugnance-r���������Is���������Mrs-^Tomlinson---in-  his study?/ ,  He was in the garden Ave minutes  ago, sir, taking a little air and rest,  as you might say, for we've had a  dreadfuV time with the new patient.  Oh! was the .only reply vouchsafed  by Dynecourt, who was irritably reflecting that he did, wish to goodness  Tomlinson hadn't found it necessary  to keep, this wretched confidential servant, who, seemed to pry Into everything and'kjiow everything.  The man led him up the unweecled  path towards the house, round which  grew large clumps of unwholesome  looking shrubs, their condition as  straggling and neglected as that of  the rest of the garden. Tho house,  too, wore an uncared-for look. Tho  stucco was peeling off the walls, which  showed largo patches of damp* the  windows were unwashed, the blinds  hung awry, and tlio paint, on the front  ���������door was almost non-existent, .so  much of it had been rubbed away.  As Dynecourt reached this door a man  crossing the garden from tho opposite  d'lroctlon caught sight of him and waved his hand.  ���������Thank goodness you've come, ho  saltl tersely, when they had entered  the house together, leaving the man  servant, outside. I'm about full up  wllh this job you'vo given me, I  didn't bargain for a criminal lunatic.  Tlio speaker was a short, square-sol  mini of powerful build, with a dark,  'Hallow face, nnd eyes vory much too  close logethor, Hia clothes had tho  samo slipshod, appearance as his  houso and garden, and there was a  slovenliness about his whole person  which inuilo .Uynecourt look at him  sharply.  book here, Tomlinson, he snid iu a  low volco, ns the oilier ushered him  Inlo h small study, you're lotting your-  wolf go again, and you'll novor bo lit  to luko care of lunatics or of anybody  Hho, If you oan'l keep your bunds off  drink.  1 suppose you haven't come here lo  preach tempi-ninoo to nm, have yon?  ToiiilliiHoii imnworci'l flippantly, If  you wero hIiuI un In UiIh Infernal hole  from week-end to week-end wllh men-  lul etiHiiH you wouldn't bo so down on  a follow I'or trying lo got hoiiio Iltllo  jili'iimiva out of llfo, ho added, IiIh  voice dropping to o- maudlin wlilno,  The plc.-at.uro won't lio vory long  llvoj, I'ynoi'oui't, iniKworeil, watching  (ho oilier mnn drop luuivlly Into a  dilapidated chair, What earl lily  phnnure cnn yon gel oul of mnklng  a bf'.'iKl of yourself and losing ijll your  Hr'lf-ooiitrol?  Oli, hang It. all! Tonilliifiou bunged  llir* arm of IiIh oliulr wiih IiIh fist, You  Hf'lf.f'nn frnl led, nn ne Union Uum hi'i'irorw  aro jih cold an UbIioh,     You lmvo no  nd,i  vui.it i--lii|!i,until lin-.iliri, .um I'm  hll.'k   1(1 ll'Ulll Oi' tlllH (iml-ful'Sl'l'-ll liolo  and IhoBo wretched crmturos without  mini!*.  You Holf-ooulrolloil, (inncUinonloiiH  lM''*''*n"<! You hnvo uo fnl fit wlmt  lo'iipi'iiiou Means. TIioiio words ob-  llti'i'iitod from nyiici'ourt nil llio oml  of llio other's tincocli, ahilie wondered  dully what ToinlliiRon would think of  IiIh I'liond muild ho know the true  history of bin Intoroourxo wllh Hnnme.'i  anil of bin di Hire to hIIi-hco Suiuiio.V  t'l-lgli"   Un    lol i,  (To tie Con I In ii ed)  Auitr.'illa'fl Design  AiiHtiitll.i I'h preparing    lo    contest  wllh  ���������"umiiJu   tin!  po.t  of  KnKland's.  greak'-t fih lid.--Hon ton Tratipcrlpt.    '  a  ������������ mJ ������rw<  Overheard in a Street-Car.  There'* a lesson right th^e!  Little blemishes of complexion, small sores," eruptions,  ,spofs, are not only unpleasant  to the person afflicted, but are  the first thin; noticed by other  people.  A little Zam-Buk applied at  night to spots, eruptions, sores  of any kind will do wonders.  Zam-Buk is not a greasy  preparation which will go rancid on your dressing table.  It is made from healing, herbal  extracts and essences. Always  pure, fresh and ready for use.  Doesn't lose its power. Keeps  indefinitely. Healing, soothing  and antiseptic all the time.  Try iti  tOc. box all druggist* and store*.  Uteiams  x-MMsi  '"' MAHI*n;8<>lei������:wYNNE ������������;  ^S,*'"!&!S'0.'������ ri���������*-f*  Proud of It  The old-age pension .oflicer had s.  magnificent sense, of his own importance, and questioned the'old lady  with a zeal that would have done credit to the reporter in search of a  -'scoop."  And now, he proceeded, drawing  himself.up to his full-height of nearly  five feet, tell me this. ��������� Have you  ever been in receipt of parish relief ?  Never, answered the applicant.  M'yes. Have you at any time been  in the hands of the police?  The lady hung her head, and the  officer smiled as much as to say, Got  yer. -'.''���������.' " v.:'-,������������������'���������''������������������  Come, on come on; tell ��������� mec, the  truth, the, whole ..truth, and nothing  but the truth, he commanded, fixing  the woman with his steely eye.    "'"'"���������"  Well, replied the applicant, I don't  see that either you or the Government  have any business to" know, but I  don't deny it. Girls will" be girls,  you know. 0 But still, proudly���������he  was a,sergeant.       "  Cheapest of all Oils.���������Considering  the curative;qualities of Dr. Thomas'  Electric Oil it is the cheapest of all  preparations offered to the public. It  is to be found In every drug store In  Canada from coast to coast and all  country merchants keep it for sale. So  being easily procurable anil extremely moderate, in price, no one should  be without a. bottle of it>  An Elephant's Bath  The elephant's bath takes a week  to carry out in every detail. "It requires the services of three, men and  costs about $50.  This treatment ls������necessary for a  circus elephant and if the animal is  a valuable one jhe proprietor of the  circus does not consider tbe money  wasted. The first process consists  in going over the immense body with  the best soap procurable; 1501b of  soap Is.used, and the elephant's ears  are especially carefully attended to.  When the soaping and drying are  6-mpleted the elephant is well sandpapered, and after that rubbed a)l  over with tlie purest "Indian oil until  the mousegrey skin is supple and  .glistening. The last finishing touch  is the most expensive part of the:  whole bath, as over $30 has to be  spent oh the-oil alone.  TREAT KiDKEYTS-OUBlE  EARLY!  If your kidneys are not right, your wholo  body Buffers. Neglect that ctftiditicm and  your sufferings will be increased tenfold. Tlie  nest lime to 1rcat kidney trouble is in"the  beui-mine. Take DII. CLARK'S SWEET  N1THK PILLS at once, when you have  larno   back,   headachcB,   ispots   before   tho  _irac   _ *nni*n__ii*i_4li__.-i__i*_ta j_fn :   \.tJ Cl,T|���������(JV*������l*t3   -*������������     "������ _*V JV1II IW|-> ^ ��������������������������� ==   Most, peoplo know tho value of sweet  nitre in its action on tho kidneys. JFive  other proved Specifics aro used iu DU.  CLARK'S SWEET NITRE 1'ILLS. They  cleanse, toneand stimulate impaired kidneys.  Pjit you right and keep you right. Sold  cveiywhero at, fifty cents a box or mailed  direct by 40  THE MARTIN, BOLE & WYNNE CO.  Winnipeg, Canada  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  1   that Contain Mercury,  as,mercury will surely destroy the sense ot sinell  _nd coaipletely flpranse the whole eystein when  entering it throusli tlie raucous surtaces. Such  nrttc���������s ehouli never he used except on-^pre8t-rlp-  tlons -'rem reputablo physk-lane, ns the damage they  will do is ten told to the good you can possibly derive Irom Uieni.n Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured  liy I-'. J. Cheney _ Co., Toledo, O.. contains no ni(*r-  -.ury, nnd Is taken Internally; actlns dhectly upon  the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. 1������  ouylnc nail's Catarrh Cure be sure you get Uu  Kenulnr. It is tal;en Internally and made In Toledo.  Ohio, by 1*. .l,.Cl)eney _ Co. TeslimonUls free.  Sold by Druse!--*.   Price, 7r-c. per bottle.  Take Hall's Family Pills for ooaiitlpatloo..  Human Hair-Nets  The annual' sale of nets of human  hair, according, to the report of the  American. Consul at Kehl, is estimated at 12,000 000. .  Hair-nets are made almost wholly  ln the housesof .Alsatian and Austrian peasants; the peculiar skill required to net hair has become in part  hereditary.  . The children begin first to flo the  hairs together, end to'und, to make  one long hair. Then with only a  round piece of wood about Gin. long  and 1-2 inch In diameter and a needle  the older girls and women���������and sometimes (he men���������weave tho ���������'lots.  Each mesh Ib knotted ln much tho  samo way that fish-nets or hammocks  oro made. Only tying a slnglo hair  is a maro delicate and difllcult task  than lying a string.  To make a dozen nets i������ a day's  work of ton or twelve hours.  Some of tho farmers ln Western  Canada are complaining Ihat not  enough men are coming from tho  oast to help Ihem In harvesting thoir  cropn. Thoy blame tho railways  In pari, for this, on.tho ground that  (ho exoui'Hlon rntos nro too high, Now  tho fare from Montreal to Winnipeg  Is $10, nnd to Edmonton and to 'illier  points It Ih proportionately as low.  Ilo the-kickers oxpoct tho ruilwayH to  curry tho woi'koiH,for nothing?���������Montreal CIhzcUo.  Following the Hounds  Smith wan a Kt-oat cyollHt, but. had  rarely boon on a homo, Ono day  whon ntaylng with a nportlng undo  ho thought he Would llko to follow  tho honndri, which wero lo moot nonr  by, ho ho borrowed from u young ro-  latlyo it hoi'rin which wuh not much  ficonstonioil to tho hunting field. At  (Imt ho wont Htondlly unl.il llio hoino,  being Hlartlod by u ilibblt darling  from n clump of Riaiifi, broko Into n  niad gallop, The rider wan flung  forward on tho Iioi'ho'h neck,  What, aro you doing, iny 1ml, wllh  your arm thoro? Jokingly culled out  bin uncle,  I'm feeling for tho brake, wuh Iho  muffled reply, bul. I can't find It,  In illustration of the dreary Glasgow  Sunday, a lecturer told this story of  .he-late-iilr-r-Jv-LT���������Too!ev~-H.=-was  leaving his hotel in Glasgow one fine  Sunday morning, when the sun was  shining brightly. As ho was strolling Along George Square a policeman  t-yed him suspiciously, and at last approached and said��������� '  Ye had better tak' care, sir, what  ye're doing.  What am T doing? inquired Toole,  and added, with a merry wink: Why  I'm not even whistling.  No, replied the Glaswegian, in solemn and reproving tones', but ye're  lookin' almost as happy as if it were  Monday. .  Mlnard's  Liniment Cures   Garget  In  Coyv������  Small Boy���������Uncle, do you know the  difference between an elephant and a  egg?  No, snld the undo.  Then you would hot bo much good  lb .send to buy egga, chuckled tho  small one.       *  WOODS 'M,  In the treatment of summer complaints tho.moBt effective remedy that  can bo used is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Oysontfcry Cordial. It is a standard  preparation, and many pooplo employ  it In preforeiice to othor preparations.  It Ir a highly concentrated niodicinc  and Us sedative and curative qualities  aro beyond question, It has been a  popular medicino for many yours and  thousands can attost Its superior qualities in overcoming dysolitery and kindred complaints.  I supposo you do a bigger,, trndo  when it rains thnn when It "doesn't  rain?  No, 1 don't notice any difference,  tiuttl the umbrella dealer,  Utit you get, hotter prices when It  rains, doli't, you?  Why should 1?  Why iimbrollas go up, don't they?  The Wheat  (Minnie J, JtoyiioldH In   New   Work  Press)  The wheat upon a thousand hills,  A Ihoiifliinil valley floors,  Is heaped In mellow richness whoro  Tho sun of August pours.  Fur ns tho wondering eyo can soo  Tlio yellow stacks extend,  And melt agalni-l, the <llntuiil. blue  Whoro sky and mountain blend.   .  Tho pointed firs stnnd guard nbovo  Tho wealth poured at their foot,  And still U riots o'er the land  The wheat, and wheat and whom  f)  yellow  wl-finr   vnu  tixftn vnili* wnv  To distant lands and fan    u  JO   l.UUlillg  CilitH,  hllt'^il   t������ilUI*:o,  Where hungry million,} aro,  Hnt ere yon go to feed a world,  Lot, mo yonr beauty scan;  Onn moment wllh vonr luviutv fr*f*:l  Tlio heart find mind of man,  Colored Pie  A Westerner visiting lu Iloslon, was  much surprised, when served with Jolly cake, to havo It callixl Washington plo He mado a niontnl nolo of  this, and when in Wannim-ton u������ki*d  again for Washington plo. The  wtillt-r himiHUt Uim a pU.i.u of duu:o-  Into ouko. l,fo oyo-i this for a moment nn.l pmihlng It from him, saying, No go! 1 want Oconee, not  Hooker T  More About  The Loading Platform  The pres.ntgo.-teritlon of Western farmers will never know lh������  difficulties and vxa tic ns experienced by their predecessors In the  earlier years wh..n no ono could get a carload of grain shipped ln  bulk except _y lo.iding it through au elevRtor. Tho system forced  the majority of farmers to sell their gra'.n to the elevator owners  at arbitrary tries, and oft tlme3 to submit to heavy dockage and  other annoyance'., causing continual dissatisfaction. Now however  tbe distribution o! .arsas fixed by the Grain Act, aud tho use o! the  loading platform, provide facilities whlcu enable tho farmer to secure  satisfactory ireat-Titnt in the disposal of his grain, and tho highest  market prices at timo cf salo. Every farmer therefore, should more  and more e.deavor to use the loading phitorm In shipping his grain  to the terminal elevators. It is the safeguard of the farmers' freedom* In disposing of his grain to the best advantage for himsolf. It  farmers refrain from using the loading platform-freely,-It might result In Its being dems away with, because railway companies and  elevator, owanrs are strongly opposed to It. It is easy to understand why ?lev_to: people desire the leading platform abolished.  The railway -'eople on their part say li delays the loading of cars  and helps to cause car'shortage. This we know to bo nonsense,  because frequently after cars are loaded whether with grain, coal  lumber or other merchandise, they aro sideti-acke". for days and even  weeks instead of being pronvotly moved forward-to destination. It  Is engine shortage and shortage ot competent trait, men that mostly  causes gram 1 Iockadea on railways and r.ot lack of cars. Let every  farmer ther?forcs_3 all he can to use to loading platform and become an l-*.dc.pe-*de"t shipper. In subsequent advertisements we  will state ln detail the savings and other advantages of direct load*  Ing Into cars compared with loading through elevators.  We handle ilie farmers grain strictly on commission, make liberal  advances on car bills of lading, supervlsr* the grading at time cars  are inspected. se;uro the highest price j at timo of sale and mako  - prompt returns when sold.     Write us for shipping Instructions and  market information.  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  .7.0_:703__Y__CRAI_N  EXCHANGE.  WINNIPEG, CANADA.  One Link Missing  Reporter���������I believe that's about all,  colonel. O, by the way, how did  your grandfather get bis start in business?     "-., '-.,���������������������������  Col. Kncemo (candidate for congress)���������I haven't the least idea, young  man, but if there was anything disreputable about it some "Ot miy biographers will print the story before the cam-  raign is over.     Good morning.  Out of the Mouths of Babes  Mamma���������No, dear, you had better  not play in tho park   if your,   head  aches.  Littlo Beatrice���������It Isn't my head,  mamma;   I think it's only iny hair  that hurls. /  The burglars of London are quite  justified In opposing tho night bank  scheme. Is (here to be no protection for this section of tho financiers  either?    ������������������-.-'.'.  Young man, said tho father of a  bright boy, this school vepori. of yours  is very unsatisfactory. J don't like  It.  I told teacher I didn't think you  would, replied the little fellow, but  sho was too contrary to chango It.  Secretary Wilson of tho department,  of agriculture was talking on tho  Maurelania about the record crops of  1912.  These wonderful crops, he said, are  almost enough to' make you believe  tho crosscut saw story.  A farmer, you know, sent his hired  man to a neighbor's with a note, saying:  Friend Smith���������Will you please lend  mo your crosscut saw, as I wish to  cut a watermelon up, so as Lo get it  Into my dray?  The neighbor wrote back-  Friend Jones--, would bo glad to  lend you my saw, but samo haB jusl  got stuck ln a c'aulaloupo,  Jhe C&ptair\r  WlintllwCflntalii Savs:  44 When a man is in  charge of a ship ho has  to keep calm under all conditions.  Empire Navy Plug Chewing Tobacco  is a great help."  |t^Jf^rwm,--^Sn,, i 'i' "n iii' 'ii"'S _f li inr r r tht"t4������S_  *#      ,"I /  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C  -v  A l������/b' Safe  Investment  Money returned at end of one year  or at end of any subsequent year, on  CO day.' notice if desired.  The (Oiovq security is the best In-  dusu-i_l ever offered in Canada. Business established 27 years. '  Write at once for particulars.  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Mkb. Winslow's Soothino Svrui* lias been  jsed for over SIXTY YKAKS by MIT.MONS of  MOTHERS lor lliclv CHII.DKKN WHIUC  fUKTIIINC. with I'KRl-KCT .SUCCESS. It  .OOTUHS the CHILD, SO. T1CNS the GUMS,  M.I.AYS all PAIN; CUKIJS WIND COLIC, and  Is the best remedy for MARKIiaiA. It is ah-  solutely harmless. He sure and nsk for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," nnd take no other  *Uml.  Twenty-live cents a bottle.  COMING EA9T THIS WINTER?  After tho busy season Is over, pack  u.> and ccmo east and spend threo  months in one ot our schools. Business education will help you to^vin  out. It costs but littlo to get It.  Wrlto us for our new Curruculum and  plan to let us help you. Address  W. I-I. Shaw, President, "Shaw's  Schools," Toronto, Canadan  Canadian Northern S. S., Ltd,  Cinida lo Enilind, diottcit route to London und  continent on 12,000 Ton Floating Ptilficei.  Next Sailing   from Montreal  "ROYAL CKORGE" Oct, 1 fori, Nov. Ull.  "ROYAL EDWARD" Oct, 30tli  Xmas Sailing���������From Halifax  /"ROYAL EDWARD" Nov. 27lh  "ROYALGE0RGR" Deo. llth  Kiirttior Information from any rnll  or iilc'iinu'lil*) intent, or wrlto,  A. H. DAVI8, Gen'. Agent.  272 Main Street, .. ..Winnipeg  Revelations of a New York "Crook"  Stories about the venality of tho  New York police, such as those that  have been appearing ln the newspapers as a sequel to tho murder of tho  gambler Rosenthal,- aro hardly believed in this country, because'English people cannot realise-tho difference between the American police  system and our own.  I krfow from, my -own experience,  that tho police of New York systematically blackmail known criminals  by demanding money from them whenever they are seen to be flush.  A typical adventure out of many  of this sort that befell me happened  ono afternoon when I had had a good  timo in a pool-room, as tha places  whero one used to back horses ou  the tapo wero called. ' I was standing in the street���������rather foolishly I  admit���������taking stock of the notes that  constituted tho spoil, whon a policeman came up to me, and good-hum-  orediy remarked that I seemed to bo  having a good time.  I absented, and volunteered tho information that I had been finding winners, at which ho shrugged his shoulders and said that tho talo was too  threadbare.  It's-true, anyway, I urged. I haven't been grafting for a long tlmo  now.  Well he retorted, there's been a lot  doing in your lino on the stroct-car_  lately, and any leather shifter (pickpocket) that's brought up can reckon  on getting sent to tho island (the  short-sentence prison on Blackv/eU's  Island, In tho Hudson River) for  three months or so, on general principles. You needn't go, unless you  like.  I knew what that- meant we.'!  enough, and was also aware that kicking was no good; so I asked him bluntly how much he wanted/  How much havo you got in that  wad? he asked, pointing to the-bundle  of notes I foolishly held-in my hand.  I replied to the effect that I had two  hundred dollars���������about forty pounds  ���������though ln reality there was much  more, as some of the bills were of  large denomination.  Then fifty dollars won't hurt you,  he said. And I duly parted with the  equivalent of ten English pounds and  a few shilling to save myself from being arrested.  That was pure blackmail, whicli always leaves a bad taste behind it;  but in most cases one does got something real for one's money, as in the  case following. I had neatly relieved  a man of a fat wallet, and was spotted  in the very act by a Central Offico detective, though I had no suspicion at  the time that I had been seen.  It would have been a suro enough  Jong term for me if the detective  had pounced on me there and then, but  that, didn't suit his book any more  ..thai-u it.would-liave.suited_mine.-r   Instead of arresting me, he followed me, and when we had gone some  distance away from the" scene of tho  crime, without there ."being an-/ signs  of a hue-and-cry, he overtook me and  coolly demanded half of tho dough. I  gavo it to him willingly, and. thought  him very generous In not taking the  lot���������a trick others had played mp-  mo when I had beon caught with tho  proceeds of a robbery In my possession .  It Is so well recognized among the  criminal fraternity In America that  every policeman has his prico that tho  tho first thing a crook does on his  release from prison is to got some  "fall monoy" put by, and ho never  feels comfortable ln working until ho  has got a tidy sum at his back to be  used on occasion for squaring tho  polico should tho urgency arise.  Tho polico cannot'bo squared how-  over, in cases, that mako a groat nolso  or whero tho victim Is an Influential  man; but fall monoy Is nocessary, all  tho same, for a good lawyer Is a much  greater necessity for an Amorlcan  criminal than for his English prototype, '  It was commonly bolloved In my  circle, when I was In America Hint  somo of tho pollco-cnptalna bagged  as much as ten thousand pounds a  year In bribes, but I haven't any ill's!-  hand knowledge on this point.  It 1. au Indisputablo fact, though  Ihat common iio'.lcemon nro known  to havo had thousands o������ pounds In*  vostoil, nnd that many of tho offlcera  of rank equivalent to our superintend*-  onta havo rotlred from tho Forco as  rich mon.  Also It may safely bo assumed that  any,policeman ln Now York wlio.got  nothing beyond his pny would bo rnolt-  oned a vory Blow and unbusinesslike  man Indeed.  PSORIASIS  WAS CURED  AFTER  FIVE YEARS  OF SUFFER.  ING���������THREE DOCTORS FAILED  AND   SAID   CASE  WAS  INCURABLE  Itching and Burning Was Terrible Until. Relief and Curo Was  Effect-  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  Psoriasis is another namo for chronic eczema. It is the worst form of  thia dreadful itching skin disease.  Onco eczema has reached this stage  it is usually considered incurable.  But hero is a caso which proves  again tho wonderful healing power"of  Dr. Chase's " Ointment. Not only  does relief come quickly, but the resulting benefits are thorough and  lasting.  Mrs. Nettlo Massey, Consccon, Ont.,  writes:���������"I thought it my duty to  writo you telling you the great benefit I received from using Dr. Chase's  Ointment. ��������� For five years I suffered  with what three doctors called Psoriasis. I doctored with three different doctors, with no good results, and  one of ,'��������� our noted doctors told  mo if any ono offered to  guarantee ma - a curo for  $50.00 to keep my money in my pocket, as I could not bo cured.  "The disease spread all over me,  -even on. my face and head, /rhe  itching and burning was hard to bear.  At last my brother read in tho paper  about Dr. Chase's Ointment as a  healer. I used 8 boxes, and I am  glad to say I am entirely cured, not  a sign of a sore to be seen. I can  hardly praise the ointment enough,  and you are at liberty to use my testimony, as I hope thereby to induce  other sufferers to try the same."  Dr. Chase's Ointment, GOc. a box,  at all dealers or Edmanson, .Bates &  Co., Limited, Toronto.  Sent to the Mat  A great lover of animals, Professor  Dryasdust was much giveu to having  his pet dog sitting besldo Mm at  meal-times, and eating tit-bits from  _l3 own plate.  The other evening he was at a  dinner-party, and his partner was a  very great lady, who wag proud of  her title.  But tho professor paid absolutely no|  attention to her.       His   mind   had  switched off on to some abstruse point  and lio was lost to tho world over  tho problem.  Tho duchess did not approve of this  and presently, to attract his attention  sho-'pulled him gently by tho sleevo.  Theu tho professor woke up. Grabbing a half-picked chicken-bone from  his plato, he thrust it under hor startled nose.  Don't bother just now, FIdo! ho said  curtly. Hero tako this and go and  eat it on tho mat, llko a good dogglo.  Why doesn't she tako  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  They stop a headache promptly,"yet do nol contain any of  the dangerous drugs copunon In headache tablets. Ask your  Druggist about them.   25c. a box. '  Nation*!. Daua anb ckohicai Co. or Canada.  Limited. 133  Your Asthma Too. The efficacy of  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  is not something that is merely to bo  hoped for; It is lo be expected. It  never fails to bring relief, and_ In your  own individual caso it. will "do tho  samo. So universal has been tho  success of this far-famed euro that  evory ono afflicted with this disease  owes it to himself to try It.  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OF CANADA, Ltd.,  Winnipeg, Man,  The following unrehearsed incident  took place at a village cricket match  on Saturday last. Ono ol' the umpires was the village butcher, who  was very absent-minded. . A wicket  had fallen, and the incoming batsman  took wp his position and ' made' the  request to tho butcher umpire, who  was talking to the bowler at the other  end:��������� ,,  Give me leg, please.  Turning round rather quickly, the  umpire remarked:���������      - .  .  Sorry .ir, but we have only a., few  shoulders left.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures' Diphtheria.  i-  . Two young ladies recently went to  see a cricket match.  ��������� They had never seen the game  played before, and with the inevitable  curiosity of their sex they wanted lo  know the Ins and out of everything  they saw.- '  Presently tho eyes of one damsel  rested on the wickets.  What aro those sticks in the ground  for?,sho asked her friend.  Why dear, replied the other wisely,  I suppose those are tho cricket fixtures . (  r  There may bo other corn cures, but  Holloway's Corn.Cure stands at the  head of the list so far as results aro  concerned.  Bill Sprague kept a grocer's shop  in a littlo village' in, Cumborland. Ono  clay ho sot off for London to buy a  lot of goods. Tho goods woro dispatched Immediately, and as Dill had  lingered in London slgh't-soning thoy  reached his vlllago shop before him.  Tho goods, In an onormous packing-  case, woro driven to the shop hy the  looal carrlor. Mrs. Sprnguo enmo to  soo what had arr-ivod, and wllh a  shrlolc tottered and nearly fell.  , Oh, what's tho mnttor, ma'am? cried  iv neighbor.  Mrs. Spraguor-hor oyos blinded with  tears, pointed to tho paoklng-cnuo,  whoroon wns stencilled In largo black  lottors���������  Bill inside.  HI. Last Words  Yes, said the garage Icoopor, with  a wink at IiIh assistant, I call all thoso  cars I keep for rout tlio HxcolBlor  enrfl.  And why, pray? miked llllkliiH.  BoomiBo thoy aro for higher, roar-  el tho ga ni go keeper.  Tho 'kmml Jury UUor.noqulttod nil-  kins .ii tho plou of juslliliihle homicide.  A man waa caught In tho act of on*  torlng a I'rlnoo Albert jowolry atom,  Maybe ho waa aftor a murrlttp 11-  0011BO, . -    .. '  I   Wonder  Twinkle, twlnliky little star!  JTow I wonder If you nro  When nt homo tlio tender ngo  Vou appear upon tlio Htngot  W. N, U. 117  A littlo Ynnkoo boy taunted Young  Canada ono tlmo by lolling lilm Hint  tho honvor waa a rat with a swpllod  tall. Yoiuik f'nnnrin. trot bank nt lilm  by iiuylng thut tlio American onglo  Willi   a   Villi llle   Ytltli   A   rtU.illiU   houd.  A Roland for an Ollvor! But horo  again Canada la fortunate ITjilf the  nntloiiH of tho world hnvo-onglefr for  eiiiblomH, two-hoadod onglca In nomo  eases' hut wo have a monopoly or  tho bon ver, whloh la-a lino moflol of  Industry. In tho paat two tUoujtand  yearn tho onglo haa changed maps, hut  tho boa vor makos geography and Ib  sllll making It.--Khan, lu Toronto  Star.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper  I lindoi'fltaiul (hat your wlfo and  Mrs. lOxo nro not on speaking (onus.  It's bo, confound ill And It Is going to cost mo monoy.  Indeed!     In what way?  Oh, my wlfo now proposes to glvo  a big dinner- party, so that Hhe can  snub Mrs. 13xo by not Inviting her.  Glancing hastily down the pages of  Tommy Jones's examination paporn,  tho toucher's heart thrilled ovor Tom-,  m,v*B unexpectedly good showing, for  not ono of tho quoatlonn romaliiod un-  aiiBWOrod," Hut upon subjecting tlio  papers to a moro imroful perusal hor  prlilo In Tonimy'ti proficiency had a  fall. Aftor sovon of tho ton quoH-  tloiiH Tommy had written politely:���������  1 I am sorry that tlila Ih a Huhjnot on  which I havo no Information,  108 Cheques Will be  Distributed Among Canadian  Farmers.' Will You Get One of Them?  In addition to the twenty-seven first prizes of $50 each, there will  be eighty-one other cash prizes, ranging from $10 to $25 in our  1912. PRIZE CONTEST FOR FARMERS  mt)  . This contest is along: tho same lines as the  one which was so successful last year, except  that there "are three times as many prizes, and  therefore three, limes as many chances for  each contestant to win.^ Every fanner in Canada who us-*. "Canada" Cement is eligible to  compete. The conditions arc such that large  and smnli users of cement have equal oppor-  In addition to ihus being divided into  classes, so as to givo small users of cement an  equal chalice with those who use more, the  Contest is also divided into nine divisions, one  for each province. So you see you need only  to compete with the other farmers of your own  province, and not with those all over Canada.  Don't think that becauso you have ntfvcr  tunitics to win a $50 prize, ;,   used cemcnt> you cannot wi_ a prizC(    M  _____The_cpntcst.is_diyide���������djnto_,tl)jc_e_classes,_and thert. of_last_.y__r's_p_-__s-winneri���������had   are first,_ second,- third .and fourth prizes ($50,. $25,      never used   cement  before  tliey  $15 snd'$10)"in each class.  CLASS ' A"���������Prizci to lie awirds J to tht four formeri In c������ch frorinc*  ������rho uie moit "Canada" Cement on'lbelr hrmi in 1913.  CLASS "B'*���������Prizea to be awarded to the four farmer������ lit eac.  province who lend  photojrapht of the bist conceit  work done with   "Canada"   Cement  on their  farmi  in 1912.   ���������  CLASS "c"���������Prizes to bo awcrded to the four Carmen  , li each province', who lend tho belt descrip  tion, telllot how any piece or concrete work  wai done with "Canada" Cement. (Entriei  for thlt prize mutt be ai-cump.inlcil by photo-  cra.bi of the work.)  Send  me  particulars  of your  Prize Contest.  entered the Contest. We will jcn_  you a free book, "What tlie  Farmer Can Do With Concrete,"  that will not only help you ia Uu  Contest, but will tell you every-,  thingyou could want to know about  the use of cement on the farm.  Don't delay, but tend ui yoar  name and addreiito-iiy and let  llili free bocikan^'fffiiaru'culari  of the Prize Contest litlit atray,  Uie a letter, poml or coupon.  ���������������_  i*1  iW  m  7|V>,  Addreis Publicity Manftgor  Canada Cement Company  i M������TLAItD<;  L ciHiirr ,-  Limitecl  501   Herald Bldfj.   -  Montreal  _    A~'  free book,  r  "WhattheRiracr  can do with Concrete  will be sent toalL,  .      who request details  vOt the Prize Contest.  m  Mother's Opinion  Thoro Avoro two suitors nftor Mary  Ann Murphy'h hand. Ono wa. a  grocer, Mr. OTlniioi'ly, whon; U'T  father and mother Hlronsly iu'koi.1 hollo marry; and tlio othor was Mr. .'ia-  npgaii, a publican, Mary, herself  favored tlio lattor, find mnrrled lilm  doaplto nil her father and mother  could fifty and do,  One day after she was sol tied In Iwr  new homo uho camo down to boo her  Pfironl.fi and exhibited a now gold  watch her hunlmnd had given hoi*.  Ah! aald her mothor disapprovingly. If yo took my dowleo ami your  i'athor's dowico Mary Ann, 'tltm't a  gould watch yo'cl bo hav In' In yer  pocket but ii tjooil olshUluy olqcU.  riwoet. and palatable, Molhor Graven'  Worm Uxlornilnnlor In aecoptablo to  ohlldron, and It dooa It������ work miroly  and promptly, ,  Quoth the Pessimist  What ages are preaching,  What oceans of ink  Aro shed without teaching  Tlio pcopio to think I  The Lawyer's Notion  Lltlfciint--Your  foo Iti outrageous!  Why, it's moro than throe-fourths pf  what I rocovorod,  Lawyer���������I furnished tho nklll and  tho legal learning for your cuao.  l,it������������(nit���������Tint I fiirnlfdiod tho enno,  Lawyer���������Oii, anybody can fall down  a coal hold'  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colcli, Etc.  A Lottery  Tb lliat ptoturo ono of tho old mas-  teen you were tclllnj; mo about? untied Mr, Cumi'o.x,  Ycrn, replied tho art deliler. It Is  a genuine Ircamuro;, absolutely autli-  initio.  I'll buy If.. I already lmvo lliroo  Jtt.t lllcu it, and uomowhor. In ������hr  Hindi I'm Itnblc to lilt the original.  Traveller (at crowded hotoD���������Tlow  ���������Clinch   dn   T   nii'i*  von?      Wli-M'--!   vv  1)111?  X^uiuiford���������J-oi mo nco; your room  warn������������������  Travell..���������Hut I didn't havo any  room.     I nlopt on tho bllllnrd tnblo.  Landlord���������Ah, woll, two shillings  an hour,  Tho Doctor's Customer  Small Hoy���������l'lonso, I want tho doctor to como and seo mothor,  Servant���������Doctor's out, Where do  you como from?  Small Hoy���������What! Don't yon  know me? Why, wo deal with you.  Wo had a bnby from hero only last  wiiek.  Mrs. Hiinoy (Hilling up In bed)-���������  Mollce, did yt;/. put out tho cat?  Mr. Caii������y-0, did.  Mra, CuBoy--01 don't belave It.--  Mr. Cjsoy���������Well, If yo* think OI'm.  a llai", act up and put Vr out ycrBoll..  CAREFUL DOCTOR  Prcflcrlbotl Chnnije of Food Instead of  Drugs  It taken, considerable oourago for  a dootor to dollbof-aloly proscribe only  food for a de������pnlrin/t; patient, Instead  of resorting to llio usiiul list of medicines,  Thoro nro somo truly Bolontlflo phy-  Hloluns among tlio pri*nent genevaUon  who recognize nnd heat conditions  as thoy arc and..should bo treated, regardless of tho valun to their pockets.     IIoi'i/k tin Installed.  "Four .yours tigo I wan taken with  sovoro gastritis and nothing' would  slay on my stomach, do that I wan on  tho verge of .liirvajlon.  "I hoard of a doctor who hnd a sum-  mor cottugo near ino���������a specialist  from N.Y.-rand as a last hope, sent  ior nun.  "Aft'-r lie. hurt rvamlncil me rare  fully ho advlsod mo to try a smnli  quantity of Grapo-NuUi at lirst, then  an my utomauh becamu stronger to  oat more.  "I kept at It and gradually got no  I CUUiU fmi, u.ui lit^UerL liuct)  U'nnliUUil-  fula, Than I bogan to lmvo color  In my faco, memory bocamo clear,  whero boforo overythlng soomod a  blank. My limbs got stronger nnd I  could walk,    So I steadily recovered.  "Now after a year on 0rape-Nuts I  weigh 1fifl Dm. My peoplo were mir-  priced at the wny I grow fleshy and  strong on this food." Name given  by Canadian Postum (.'o,, 'Windsor.  Ont, Road the littlo book, "Tho  Itoad to Woll villo," In pkgs, "There's  a reason."  Ever raad the above letter? A  new one appears from time to time.  They nro o������riulne, true and full of  human interest.  In (ho Still Night  Mrs, Fldglt���������Whnt's that noise I  hoar down In tho library?  Mr. Fldglt���������Mufit bo history repenting Itself.     Oo to yloep.  Sportsman���������-I supposo you havo  novor had anything lo do with racing  Mr, Goodboily.  Curato���������Nr���������no, nfi't exactly, But  I did a bit of house-hunting whon I  lirst got mnrrled, you know.  It's ridiculous for a young man to  get married an soon as ho conios of  age! said the oldorly baiihGlsr.  v  Think no, do you? nald Ilonpeck  languidly,  Of courso! Why, he's scarcely old  enough to bo his own maator.  Well, ho Isn't if ho gots married.  Physlenl Impossibility  Tho Mistress���������Why, I gavo you a  ji.Miui ui tvaliiutti lo i: nic It,     Thoro  aro hardly wuy hero,     Whero uro tlio  rest?  Tho Oenornl���������Lor, mum, the uvvers  was bo big I couldn't got em lu mo  motif!  A Child's Bntlre  I don't bcllovo that women will  mnko good mothers if thoy are allowed to voto, wns tlio ovor*olil nnd over*  uow argument advanced at a mooting  whoro Mrs, (Indden was speaking.  That reminds mo of tho story of  tho little girl nnd her cat, replied Mrn,  Ouildoii, Ono day sho wan eiirnoully  I'folilliig her kitten beoaiiHo sho did  not kflop herself clean, What kind  of a mother will you ever in alio? who  remonstrated, nnd, giving tho kltlou  a good shako, sho concluded, why you  r..A>\'i ������.*.'!)*!*;" '>>���������*���������.!;'' a .".'Ci! f.tthfi'!  CLEAN   WANDS  New to the Duelling  Tho conductor must bo a now  Inexperienced man.  Ho  announces  the nnmen of  streets so distinctly that I can uud������r  stand him" overy tlmo.  nnd  tho  8nowballlnn for Spffr.inetles  If lhe Hrlllsh r.uffrandte'j niurl  como over to liven thlnns up for u;i,  It la to Im hoped thoy will come In  tho Biiowlinll season. Snow l������ Juat  as good for missile purposes'ns stone,  and Ita consistency !,n ju.t v.ul;ibl���������  enough to offer Hn* firou'wr nf hiaiv*  fun than tbo lively ladies bargain Im:  1Bo * Tlm  JWU.lUt* fool tn:\ *h������ trltti jtialUtlftt  ���������NApUUf URIUINtf, ������u.| 1IKHT JUNO  Ct-__:.(_U. Y.a, i������*wr������ .iaata ui *UU*  ���������f������_lli>i������ ^_i������*_.-_jj-_,-i   _-_*"*j_ -."_*5  TBI.   NEWS,   emfBESLASiD,   BMTISH   COLUMBIA.  Tlie CiHnberlasd I!ews  ..���������.nt-;'!   FJvery   Tuesday  by  the  ������-������������_������__   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  This paper will not Isold itself  v*p >nsihk> for the opinions of oth-  >rj-, as may appear in its columns  *Y.:si time to time.  :.ur  WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20 1912  Siywaut I,ind District.  !)Un,k'. of L'ymnx.  TAKE NO flCE tint M.iry Thulin of  -*1 il, C. uc-.HfMii.n married woman  . ���������, M-.-'r. !���������) niipiy for pcriiiissiMn to puiv  .-'i.-isi; i\av. trilh.vin^r dciciihftd lands:���������  .-iimnMirn;.* at a po.t planted .nt the  .-.n:h w.sl comer of T. L. No. 44338,  x'*y- iro iviuh /���������* > chains, thence west 40  ���������Ji-iins, tbcncr: souih 50 chains more or  jc-.5 i--> iho re line, tlience ,iloi:������ tlie shore  jinc 4 ) .!,*.*. ins mure or less lo pine*, of  ij-^'n'iiptf containing   2:10 acre.'nyire or  GEORG?: VERDIER  Agent for Mary Thulin  I'j.t'e .-Vigiist 1 jib, 1912.  SAYWAilD I.AND D13T1UCT  District of Sny ward, Range ],  TAKE NOTIC1S ihat I, ...inzeia  Han nan, by tny agent, Gcorflu Ver  di.r.of Campbell P.ivor, V. I. occu  pation married woman, intends to  upply for perniisuion.   to   purchase  th. fol'owin^ described lands;���������  Commencing ut a post   pla.n'ed  near theN. E.   corner of lot 351  thence south lfi ehunia tiei;) thence  east 10 chains (ten) more c low to  !.hn pvint   of commencement ton  laining 20 acre, (twenty)   more 01  l.SQ .  ELINZEIAUAtfNA*  Name cf Applicant  Date March 20th, 1912.  .Sayward Land District.  District of Comox.  TAKE NO ITCE that Charles Thulin,  fit Lund, IJ C, occupation  merchant, in-  jemls tc  apply  tor   pennisoi onli;   pnr-  ' chase ihrjihe following described land:���������  L'o.iimcncing.it a post planted in Browns  H.iy at t)i. north-east coiner of T. L.  .1.1 i4r'>,   thence   west 80   chains, thence  ;',.r;h . > ch tins.   thence e^stf, .o chains,  t.i ih-i shore line, thence south 20 chains  more or less along shore line to place of  beginning containing 160 acres more or  Jess  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Charles Thulin  f)ai. August 14th, 1912  _>a., ward I/and District.  District .f Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that George Verdi-  pr, "f Lund, B.C., occupation  is.ien.is to apply for permission   to "pur-  ^-.h until, following described   hmds:���������  C-inw.-nring at a   post  planted at   the  ..nth west corner of Lot 5.7,thence norlh  50 ch lins to the shore line, thenqp follow  hi j the sh *re line around tbe point to the   nl ..-. -a _^\4._1-\_l. ������n in inrt ._ .   f"-*-  ������i-_v-_,........ j, .   GEORGE^ VERDIER  Applicant  Date August 141I1, rot.  Sayward J^nnd District  District of Cost  Take, notice that babel Melton  ny. of Vancouver, IJ. C. occupation spinster, intends to apply fo:  permission to purchase the following described lands-1:���������  Commencing at a post planted  one mile east of the sou-th-wett  corner of lot 550, tlience west 80  chains-, thence south 40 chains,  thence east 80 chains*, thuuew  north -i-0 chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acres,  more or less.  Isabel McKonnv,  Name of-Applicant, in full  Hubert Henry Chestnut, Agent  Date March 12j_i. 1918.  Sayward Land District.  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that Fred Thulin,  uf f:Vnid, B.C., occupation merchant, i������-  len.-fs t. apply for permission to pur-  tlu__ tlie following described land:���������  Convi.cncing at a post planted at lhe  sr) iih-c.ist corner of.Timb.r Lease No.  3)>g''j.\, thence west $.) chains, thenre  ...uh So ch'.iins, thence e.ist 80 chains to  ilu shore line, Ihence following -shore  I'm. north 80 chains, inore.nr less to the  p! i.c of b-gin*.ins> containing 641 acres  m������re.or less.  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Fred Thuliii  pate Aiijjusl J4".h, 1912  '���������LIQUOR LICENSE ACT."1  (Section 48)        -���������  NOTICE is hereby Riven;'-thaton the  3'i'th day of October  next,   application  will ba tn ide to the   Superintendent, of  p.' i.-i r.:i il Pilt :*. f ir 'tin tiMiifur of trfie  license for the sale   of liquor by  retail  ji ul  ui i\ tin preiw si") kn > vn ns the  1. Willows Hotel, situate"-uu Campbell Riv-  tr, British Columbia, from Charles Thu-  liiand Etn.r.son   Hannau >*t*V  Charles_  Thulin, of Campbell River, BritishlCol-  limbi.'i,  Dated this 14'lh day of Sept., IOI2  THULIN & I-I ANN AN  Holders nf License  CHARLES'IHUI.1N  Applicant for Transfer  Sny ward I/ukl District  Distiict of ,SaywArd  TAKE notice tlmt "William  James Cilisou, of Vancouver, oc-  (vnpilio.i, lyii nter, iiiton Is to apply for pun Mission J to ^'jmrahase  ihu following described luiitle:���������  (_*unnunciiig at a post phtutcd 20  .luiimi cast of the north east corner of Inn ber Licen*j 3232, theuce east 7,0 chillis, thenoe south  20 ctaautii, thence wont 30 emu us,  thence iiorfh 20 clnuus to point  of eominen.cenicn't, containing  ,\o ixx'TiMi more or les*'*, and is be-  tv������r.oii Whi't* nnd  fv-ilniou'vivi-r*;.  W II.l,T AM J AM KS 011������SO.\  S. Maurice Carter, Agent.  Pyt������ August 3ist,, 1912.  van sAr.K���������A imn!.- ,11 yoiinff  i,pfir.tH bhonld rond. prrco if. 1.00  AddVi'f;<. lett' n , drnw'r 14, Mlti.-  ti'mo, 11, (.-,  Sayward J_-and District  Distriot of   Como:..  TAKE notice trial Elinyrie Han  nan,    married     wo.man..   Camp  *I>.)1   Rivor,-   B. C,    intends    to  apply for permission  to purchase  the   following  described   land :���������  Commencing at 11 post  pUnted at  the eouth east oornor   of   Lot   No.  351,thenceFohth 15 chains  to thf  north west corner oi Lot 376, then  ce east 20 chains lo th.c abort* line,  thenre along the shore line   to   tli.  place of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.  ELINYRIE HANNAN  ���������.___ Geo rge���������Verd ier "Agen tr  -Dated July 22nd, 1912.  COUNTY COURT OF NANAIMO  HOLDEN" AT CUMBERLAND.  In tlie goods of Jumc. Murphy,  deceased intestate.  TAKE NOTICE that by order of  His Honor Judgo Barker made in  the above court on the 4th day of  Sept civ bcr 1912, the uiidereignod  was i> pointed administrator of tin-  est.i* of Jame. Murphy, d������-  cim J, whodied ftt Roek Buy on  iM. / 7th lOl-fljintratate.  Jl accounts ng.iiriBt the  etitale  'and all accounts  dne   tho  o^talc  must be presented  and   paid,   re  spectively on or   before  the   lflth  day ei October 1&12  WW. Willard,  OfficW 'Aih������ini?trater.  Cumberland, B. C;  RICH  GUT GLASS  and SIIiVERWARE  LLFR  g������ra,_arjv^a6j������aig_^-*j.-.M_aot.--i������_.rPt -rr__. *vr*acw-ra.-^xia3ABii_arM)ur-������-������NH   -d%__gBB__-B--|--3S_3a^  co u nt Y'cor; RT (IV N an a i mo  HOLDBN   AT   OUMBERLANi).'  In the goods of A_bir>H   Jtm_ti.p  iH'iich d������ee������Red inteethte.  TAKE NOTICE- thnt by order  of His Honor Judge Barker midt*  in the nhovc cr.urt on tho -Itl'i di:y  of September 1012, the miclcr-ign  ���������waa���������appointed ailminiHtrntiir of iho  astute nf Albins Jnasmpovitoh, do  t'Oir.<ittl,who wuh killed a* Nu.V minu  on May llth, 1912, inte*,tiue.  All accouiita iifrninal thu on talc  nntl nil accounlp duo tho oRthtc  mimlbe prepenft'd and pni.l runpoo-  lively on or boforo tho lr)ih duy of  October IWl  W. W. Wn.Miin;     ���������  0!U'.;iu! Adirdiiirtfalor  Cmnhcrluncl, H. C,  f^WMMi^Mif'ir'   *rvii   w������n   ,.4*. HMH������������<������,ijrV4l'.i atmi*.iimm*H.  "Wayward Land Dlntriol.  DiHtrift  of fS������y������.|,rrl  TAK [i', t\ty\\t������, trwt N'fhuh.m Firh-  ur, ol Vaii.iouvur, ]',. 0., occupation  clorh, imends to apply for poimin-  iiion to purchaHetluv following do-  ilioihfi-"   l-ri-1-       I'.... -.-..in n\ 1  ,,   ���������i  ..........  ���������   .,������     ,  piwli phiutod at the v.onheaet cornor of T. Ir. H;>Ji*>, being Lot 6_.!  Ihtfncc t-rtHl 20 cliuiii!', thci'jQO bout  ���������10 ohainKj theueo west to point of  iuiii.T Tli'in v,-i'.!. x,'hltc Xtivcr, tl.vi*  c' tih.iu tl*.ii cnnrec of said rivyr to  I 'dn! of.fniMn.cun.nicnt, and con-  liiiniiir, H'l silica inin-ii nr Icbb,  and  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  1  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS,  "Nuff Said."  situ.u.' i;n M'hit   Hi ver.  T.y Tliu Hi*.;  I'.U.V     (irOll'l'l<".'  O-'-r**   Ij.it*.,   u  p.i|ftiiK������:'t,  p. w.tii; clean I  NUlJidl.AH  FmilKII,  ���������w-'-Mi   '")l ... Miniricc tli M.<r, Ajpr.t  i" ut.sf.ic.ion jjKjo Anoint l\*i, [\m.  Sayward Land District.   (       f  District ol Sayward.  TAKB   NOTICE that   Murray  Gorlay, of   Viotorin, . occupation, .  bicker, intends to npply  for per-  miBfdon to purchase Uie following  atrcribed lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted  at the N. E. corner of Lot 376,  ihence wodt 20 chain?, ��������� thonco  north 20 chains to fl.ore line,  thence following shore line easlcr-  ly and "outherly to point of commencement, containing CO acres  more or less.  MUttRAY GORLAY  Name of applicant in full.  Date March 27th, 1U12.  Sayward Land District ,  District of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE that Percy A.M.  Wood, of Victoria, occupation broker, intends to ������p;ly for permission.  to purchase the following des-onbed  landu:���������  Commencing at a po.t 'planted  ���������it the S. W. Corner of Lot 165,'  '.hence nortli 80 chains, thence Wbs������t  20 ohaine to shore,-thonve -outher-  ly following shore lino to a . peint  making 80 chain.*' southerly, thence  easterly following whore line to>  point of commencement, containing 160 acres, more or less.  PERCY A.E.WOOD  Name of Applicant in full  Date March 23rd, 1912  NOTICK ia hiToby given'tlmt on :ho first  lay of Decombor noxt application will ht  mado to the Suporiutondei.it of Proviuciwl  Polico, Victoria, ftr tho roii.wa.1 nf tho no-  "t-1 lior.iiae to eell liquors by ret.Ll ia tno  hottl known aa thcLiruo hotci, ntuattd .t  ���������'omcrx,.B.C. Gkokok M. Bahlow  D*tid October % 1912.     m   .1 ..       nm ���������    r   "   NOTICE is Iiereby given that on t.e  ���������imt day-of November 1912, application  wil! be mnde to ihc Superiinemkiu of  lJi:ovinrial Polico, for n rcncval of the  wholesale'liquor license upon lhe psemises known as Lot 24, Subsection 1, Nelson District.  . l^lLSKNEk BKliWING  COMPANY.  Datca-OcKUcrTnany11^ :  NOTICH is h' reby given ihat ou the  th*j)t day of Pocombt-r nex' app!uat;oii|������ ill  be made to lh. SuijC-intcndent of Piwin-  cial Polico, Vict'i'i'.*., f������ra nrioviil of the  Uutei luenso to Bt 7 liyu-rs by l.tuil ia  tlio hotel knowu ai tho Union hotel, sit���������  uato at Union, B.C.   John N. McLeod.  Dated the 2ud duy of Ootcb-r, 1012  XOTlCEiB liuioby given th*.t on the  fira: day <*f Dtciinber uext apiilic>tiou vill  bo mado to to the anptriulouiloat i.f lJru-  vinciiil Police, \ iotoriti, for mouewO o������  tho hotel liconse to ������-'ell liijuois by letall  the hotel known ns thti OiiuiK-uay llouai*,  ���������ituatod at Cuiirtonaj', B.C.  John It. Johknton.  Dutett OoLiiber 2, 14)12.  NUTICKia'hvrel.y given tlvt on Uio  tirut duy of Dttuombcr i'.t<xt lioallou will  bo mudo to tho Siiporiutcncloat of lYjvliiuiiil  Polico, Viotorin, fot* tho ronewnl of thu lio ,  tel liooiiRo to boll liq-ioru by ro'ail in tho  h'iU'1 kuewn aa thu Rivwruidu liovul, Hiluiitd :  \t, Courtoofty, 11,0- 0. 11. Fjcoknku.  DtodOotobur2, 1912. r      ;,  NOTIOK ii hereby given tlmt. ou the  llnttUy ol Uocoiiibei' noxt application will  bo made to tluij fiupurintondoufc of Pro-  viuoial Polico, Vio'.oi'in, Lr a rci.twul i;f  tholntul liconsotoBolllapKira by rolail  in tlio hotel kuown nn the Klk hotel, ������ltu-  aled ut Coui;X, B.C.     Joun Mautin.  DiiUdUot btr'J, 1.12.  NOTICE \u lioa-by givoa tnat-on llio  flrnt day of Djci'inbor next op[ilioution will  bo niiidfl to tlio Siij,oi'iiiti*i'.i1oat i<f I'lovln-  oiul roHco, Victoria, f>������r.Iho ruiiovvnl of.tlio  hotel lie *uo to boU liipioi-u by nUil i<\ llio  lio'd kno-i������ an i,liii Walton hotol, dttuniod  nt OnhM Bay, B.C. John Kiiahkk.  DaloJ Outobor 2ml, 1012.  NOTIOIVIh hetoby given tlmt on the  first dny of Deooiubsr m*xt uppli'iilton will  bo mmle to tho Superiutfadentof rrovin-  cial Voliio Viotcrin, for a renewal of th  hotel licence to noil liquon by retail in  tho hotol known un tho WIlloftB Hold nlt-  uated HtiCuiipboll Kivor, B. O.  TUUL1N&11ANNKN.  DatfidOototor2,1012.  ' NOTICK In Jit-roly Hivon tlut on the  (hat duy ot Diciinbor next applioation will  ba n'fido to tho KupeiintcMiloiit of l'rovin*  olnl Polico for the rest w������l ofjtbo hotel It.  .1 n v  IX    fm\.     .. ,.it.  knbwn nn dio Wood In    Biopping Place,  litiiatiiat Oyntor llivtt in the provinoo of  UritUli Columbia.     ,A khib Woouhud,  D-tcdOotor   ,101   .  *mt*m������mm*^l*amiamamaamm**������**mmamm  NOTIOK in Hereby givua thnt on tlio  tint ������Uy of 1> i cnihur next ftpplle.tion u*lll  be nwh to tbo M]|.(irititendeiit it l'r..vii..  ���������jlal IVhcii, Vijt. iio, for thoronow.lof tlm  hotel HcO'liie to iir-ll liquori by retail in tho  hot.I known h������ thu VViUon buUl, i*i'.u*lo.l  ���������t lh,\f,t Wuy U.C. Airrnr.!>lUfni !f.-R'f/t  fttttfj} Octi.b t-1, I'M!, ~������*-'  THE  HEWS,   OUMBEBLACT,   3ftXT_SE   COLWBIA.  NOTICK ia hereby given that at the  uext meeting of .the Board of 1Jiccn8.Com  mipsion.rs of tho. City of Cumberland, _  intend to apply for a renewal cf tho hotel license bold by mo for the Vendosne  Hotel, situated ou lot ft, block 3, Cumberland Townsite. -   '  R. S. ROBERTSON  Dated November -Mb, 1012.  milfc-M    I       II ________f__.-Tir_   ���������    ���������   .   a||,<11-TM-(fT-____������������������������.���������.mm���������ymm-y  NOTIOK ia hereby given that at tho  .next meeting of the Board of Liccnso Com-  misbiouors of tho City of Cumberland, I  ntond 'o npp.y fer a renewal <>f Aba .hotel license held by mo for the Cumberland,  He-til, t;itimttd on lot 1, block if, Cu*uil er-  land Townsite  WILLIAM B1BRR1 FIELD,  fluted t!*ie 6th day of Nov., 1912.  NOTIlS ia hereby Igivon tli&t at the  .next meeting of die Board of Liccnso Com-  midbiouer* for ihe Oity of Cumberland, 1  intend to apply for a renewal of the whole-;  sale liquor lioensj held by mn, situated on;  lot 6, block 15, OuiuberliuidTowm.it.>.  OIALI MU8SATTI.  Dated this 6th dny of Nov,, 1912.  i*������ ���������������>* amam am-am am m* am  i**������amam*mmm*  NOTICK is hereby givon that at tli.  meit n.eeting of the Ikinrd of Lico-.so O.-in  mishionore of the City ������f I'umb^rland, _  intend to a. ply for a ieno*nl of tho hotol lieniiBO Hiold by me for the VVavorly  Hotel, nituatod ou l.������t 2, block 3, CurulkV  loud Towiieito.  FRANK DALLOS  Dated this Gth d.y of N.v., 1012.  NOTICE i.In raliy giveu thnt tt thy i.i.\.  inee-iug of tho Board of Lion-ie-. Commit-  Bjoi.e-u of the Civy of Cumberland, I iu-  tend to upply for a r.iiiow.l of tho wholo-  aalo liquor liceiwe lield by m.-, situated  xm lot 12, block 7, Cumberland T. wuKite  .'RANK SCAVARDO.  Dated this 6th day of Nov., 1912  NOTICE H h-n-bv given th'itnt the  next meeting of tho Board i.f Llcouse  ComuiissioMfra of the City of Cainbt-r-  land, I intend to cjij ly ..** a teni-wid cf tlie  wholesale liquor Hcum* held by mo, <-it  uated on lot 12, block 6, Cumberland  Townsho.  JO,IN MAROCCHI  Datod thiQ Gth day of Nov., li-)l_.  NOTICK ie u herehy given that at the  next meeting ������.f the , Board of Licen-e  Conn-iasionors of tho City of Ciunbr-  l������n-V I ii.tend to apply for a trniiafcr o  the wholegnle liquor lio.i>__ held Ly mi-  ou lot 3, .block 2, to block 15, lot 6, Cii: -  bwrlui.d Towns. ;o.   u tI *imrM US3ATT07 "  Datdd&ia Oth d_> of Au������uot, 1912.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next meeting of the, Board of License  Commissioners,of the Ciiy of Cumberland, 1 intend to apply for a renewal of  the hotel license held by me for the  "King-(George" Hotel, situated on lot -g,  block 7, .Cumberland Townsite.  VICTOR IJONORA  Dated this 6th tiiy of Nov., 1912.  Notice is hereby givem th.tt at the  ���������next meeti'itf of the Board of Licans-e  .Commissioners I intend to apply for a  renewal of the hotel license held by me  tor the New England Hotel, .ttuatetS on  block 3, lot 3, Cumberland Townsite. :  JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Nov, 7th, 1912..  TJ^y flfi AD  in the JiEVitS  NOTICK .is hereby given that  cm the first dixy of December  next applioaiiouviU*-be made to  the SupiYtntemient trf Provincial  I^lico, Victor;*, 13.0. for a renewal of the hotel kcenw to sell  liquors by retail in tho hotel  known as the Mala^piiia Hotel,  situated at Lund. Ill C.  FJRED THULIN  Dated October 16th, 1912  -35-  -������n������H  Soo&'s Cotton Root Ccn^onaS  Vbt, great Uterine Votdt, am  .only eato oflbotual Montbl*  BeiWluUa*on whlott woman ate,.  depend. Sold in threw, dowree.  pf etre_irU_-_!o. X, *t; No. _  10 diiffrcc* .tronger. IP; No..  NOTICE i. hereby giro, .bat 30 days    ������T_J BW^ttfeiSr S  tfte.-d������t. appl*ka,ion   vv.tl be made to    7    CjKmf^t^  lhe Superintendent of iVovmcial Police,  0������->������ma������HO(LToMina.0tlT. tf<fTvt*ltiWm*uui,  Viclorio, li. C, for a renewal of the hotel license to -sell liquors by retail in tbe  hotel known as the Port Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox. H. C.  Amos Cottington,  Dated Oct., ind, 1912  An Ad in the  pays.    Try it.  Ne\  vs  UOOMS fo. runt at Maiinelli't  Rooming House, Derwent Aye-  -<*>-  FQR SAJUK-Thrcc m i 1 Ic  cows, first class milkers, also ny  heifers iu, calf, graded stock  three horses, two drive.'* and r.  general purpose 111 arg/ age tUfet  and lour years, Apply, to, D.  Roy, Roy'6 Beach.  Union Steamship Co. of B. C. Ltd.  TIIK S. S. COWICHAN WILL SAIL AS UNDEU'  NANAIMO DKNMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOXROUTK  Leave Vancouver, Monday, at.8 p, m.  Arrivo Nanaimo, at 11.30 p, m.  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 0 a. m.       LoaveJTiiesday noon.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. iii,     Leavo Tuesday, 11 a. in.  Leave Nanaimo 0 p. 111. Tuesday.   Arrivo Vancouver .30 p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo,   11.30 p . tn  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Coniox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.111.  Subject to change without notice.  DRINK  The purest and best BEER, and  made iu Cumberland,  ��������� COPVSHGHV.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience for guo_t_.  T_.o Oentiftl Hotol for Sportsmen  None but the Host of Wines and Liquori  al the liar.  HATES  REASONABLE  1..II-.'.I, 'U  III    -1���������JIIH  John Johnston,   Prop  M_U__  (VM-M'M-i-H-fr'M^l-H-H-Hvl,  fl  I  ������  mmm  am  J.   N.   McLEOD      IP-aospKlEXor.  English 4 x-BUUTON always ou tap dlw������, the faraowii MILSVAUKER  BISERS-Anhenser, Buliumian, Sohlta, &c. "OLD GltKV HBARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Llquoro of all kinds.  Tbe Hoarding and Lodging D.parUuoxt. under Iho lamodlate sunonutoudenoo of Mn.  Duvia, will bj loni a Firut ola_������ In ovory roflptwt.-;  ^ine   Engraving m  in Sepia of  the ���������  Borden  Cabinet  for Readers   of  the  u.News-Advertiser"  EVERYONE wants a picture of the member, of  the Government of Canada. The "News Adver-  'isi.'i:"-Jins hud prepared for the exclusive use of iis render, in this province a I urge engraved plate of Kt.  . Hon. Ii. Iv. Borden and his ministers.  The group is rudrawn from the latest p!iolo;;raphs  of tlio eighteen Ministers, who compose Iho advisers of  His Royal Highness tlio Govorn������i-(*euoial It i-i printed in Sepia on heavy board ready for framing, and  will lie of the greatest educational valuo in the home,  the tK'liool and the library.  ThuPrium Minist^HON. "It. L. BOKDEN, occupies a central position^md is shown stunding at the  heml of the Council Table. Seated about him are his  colleagues.  Dimly in the background tiie features of. Sii John  Macdonald leek down on his successors.  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TAKE NOTICE t!������tCbannh.g Stoar  Dttubar,  of   New' ������ork,    Xow    York,  occupation slerk, intend to^af j ly f<>r|-op-  mission  to puicbtse  tlK* *forlu"i-K _i������-  cribed'laud:; CouueiKnui; at apn t |hnt-  od at u������������!ir-fMt corner of ..of WO; tjii^cj.  aorih 8fJ4fa--<>i, thcRQ������   ���������t>et 80 clt������irft,  ..hence astaiiiHQ  chains, tl.nttM  tost  86  jlmir.s to p jnt of uotMusitOi-uient Bontui- -  tig Oil) nana mwoorlu-8. !  CHANXING STOAKT OUNBAB  F'sher M.QuaWni, A^ear.  Date Ju'io.3rd, ISV2  S\\ w,rril L\- il 'Wuiiiit.  Di.-t-K'T. r.| S.-r-'.VKr.l.  TAKE NOTia-; ."i������l J uim Ar bur Da"., '  i-f New VitrJi, Nm Yori������, > _.*n*j������ti iii-k-ilt  iniuui. lo iipjiiy f>*r j-^riMi. *-'um to }.mr  lihixm ilio fi'li rv;in(_ ������<*i_.rt.>i*.-i Jniui*.:���������  t'mi'Uieucini} at a po t ]ilj\nt������l >d ibo  nfinlh-eaat coruer of Leabu .6, tii.uoo  wutb 80 cbnius, tbomie' vot 80 clihiis.  theuce 101th 80 dm in-j, tbmcu eiu-t tfC  oliuinB to poii.t uf rcuimncim-JiKiit oonUiu  iug 010 icich moro or leu,  JOHN AU'flfUK UALY   ..  Fiaber IJ. U-ukhir, A Rent.  Dtvtc June 2.th, 1312.  Snywnrd L-.mil Disfr-ct.  District ol S_ywan),  TAKE NOTlCii   ihat   Walter   1)������<1.||1  l> st,    of    New    York.    So.*     Yo.k  occupation    lnbor������r,   i.il.-i_.li  to   ������t]>'y  or _ioriuifi8ion to |.iui*c!iu.i-. tl^i   ful���������o\*.i..g;   -  .(e.cribul laodu:���������Comnic-.fi g  nl a \���������t  tjliinted 320 tbuiu-i wc-t k. A  10 ci; in< ���������  oerthuf the Boutli*0������st   co-iur <f   Luhso  Hi, tbmoe soatb 80cb -iim, Ui^.oo unnl-H)  ihuiua.   thraorj noi th   80 .hiit.-is,   t'*on*������  wnt 40 chain, to point of c.niiiu������*'.o mt's.t  oantaining 320 acres mine ������r le-*..  WALTER BI.--.J.LL LEST  Piahor M. I'fimkjm, At*u'.  Dite_i2nj2ii., VJIZ.  S*yward" Xuud Di-t-ryt  District of U.-.-vurd.  TAKE.HOTluli that Cb*r!e������ P.wxy ot  Vnircouvar, B. U.; ot-ouputign eoutruo.e-,  uilejidi to ap*)ly for pMrnir-aion t^ fiur-  a_'ine ihe failotiu^   dcecribud   lami>i':��������� '  L'omnirjiicing at a port planted at \hi  ���������iouth eaai cornel of lot 57_, th.3iB. w.���������t  ill chains, thence tivmh dO olvxins, tht; ee  .a������t .0 chains. thewSi lmr.h JO *:i������iiu������ t.'>  ���������jtfiut cf euaimouoemout cwxt.uai..g yj.j  xQti-% luure   or le._.  . Fiaber. M. ttubkuu-j Akeut-  n*ted Juue 19.li, 15JL2.  , Savwnrd Laud District'  I'i.trct of "Sayward  TAKEW/^iKJJiiLMyrae .Bonnet te,   .Vancouver, o'cjujjaiion Nuree, uittart* ':  ���������a ap;.*ly for peniiie������ioii to purclw^e ih������  fillowiug dcu������rbtd land- -. i-<.,o!nmc_<juij{ <*  at n post ylaiitod at tli. i.u Ui eu3t d.iru.t.'r  t>t lot 584, thence ku. 1 ���������o cuiiiuu, tL'en'w>  (liecfio north -10 cUai... tho-ico woat  W ohainH, th<nco (.outh 40 c&Ait*. to  point of coiuiuonccai'.Jit eOQtaiuiay !ti|>  ucres more or less.  Myrtlk IJosMfi-rt  ' Fisher M. U.bkiua, Agent.  Datod Juoo I9,h, \D12.  ATE8,  jpi.oo por day upwardn  MOVING?  Pianos and  Fukniturk  Freighr, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RlCHAliUSON & JIAYWOOJ)  PHONE 5 7  Windermere Avtj.  i  4-  to  y  \  E  i  c  m  SUBSCRIBE FOR ..THK NEWS  ONLY ONE DOLL All A YEAR.  NOXIOE.  Riding on locomotives and  rail  way cars of tlio   Union  Oolliory  Company by any person  or per-  ''.onB���������except lain crcw���������i*. strictly  prohibited.    Emidoyoea  ������\ro nub-  !nc tocIismiuBul for itllowing Bam-  y ���������     '      liy order  W. L, COULSON,  "   General Manager.  G. H TARBELL  mmmmm *n iiiwm.**ihwiwi  OUHRKS VAKKN  VOH  NyT   COAL  0St OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE AT THIS OFFICE Utffif  To whom' it may concern:���������  This ia to notify tlie public  that all freight charges on bonded goods cleared at Uuion liny  for the Comox Valley niiiBt be  paid before goods cm be ionvard  ed. Hy order  CanadiA" OoJIforlcs Punstmiir]  Co,  TKNDEIIS will bo received by  tho undersigned up to Nov \5th,  11)18, for the -purulioso of Oit):-  liimir Frrm, conaifltinfjj of 15 aerefl,  ,���������ilb fclv-vonuir-'l lifinco^ born nml  islnblc. .Mumt one 5'alf p? lbe  Inud in eluiuod, about 1111 acre of  fruit hearing treen in tho orchard. The property is in a very  desirable localiou, about a mile  nnd a hall from tho village of  Courtenay. Highest or any teu-  der not ucccssarily accepted.���������  ,1hiin Mundmi.l.*  HIGH GRADE STOVES  An-l ������H KITCHEN , IUTENS1LB  Sportsmens Goods  ami  General Hardware  **M*m*������mmmmnmmmm*lmmmmm\m^  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  she general utore lutaiiiefls or Dun  can Htos. has thin day been sold  to James II. Paikin. All accounts due the late firm must be  paid to E. Duncan, who will nettle nil liabilities.  Sandwick, Oct. ist 191a.  Say waul I^utl District.  Dit-tnot of Bay ward,  TAKE NOTICK tint Oharlcp Hoary  13.������f. cf Now YorK,' N. y��������� ncoupntiou  oali^maii, iiit.iii3*i tornpuly for pornii^iou  to |i,.roh%RO tliu following tkHuriboil IhuiIh?  Cuiiiinonuing nt a {> _t i.lniitotl nt tho  liortli-etut ooruor of lot 55'A thonce north  UO *hriln., tboncB wait 2) clmiiia, thorite  nouth 20ulin;ikn, llidiieo on.t _0 clml'i* to  joint of .ominAiicomnnt contuiniig 40  u.r.M moro or 1cm  VHAftLBSJIKNUVlliiST  KmIiot M. (lanktuH, A||.nt.  D U Junu'SOili, 1012.  Faywnid Land District  District of' Saywurd  TAKE NOTIliE thot William John  Whiting of No* York, N. Y., oootipaUoa  Enijlnctr, iutoiidfl to npply for pcrmissioii  to |.urclia.e tho foUowmg (leneribod lauds:  ���������Oorniiieroiiitf iili ������ poat planted 90 obuiitt.  vcutb and St) uh tins < mt fiom tbo i oi Hi  oaut corner o������ lnt 57D (on post 574) thouco  north 20 oh'iiiin,.tli'Uuo went 80 thuinfi,  tbeuco eom)i -0 chain,'', tlionoo ouut HO  ch-iusto point of oemnio. ooment oou-  tainiug 00 w.fi* moro or ItSr1.  ������������������Wuuam'Jomn Wjutino  Fmiier M. Gmkiui, Agent  Dated.Jnne 23rd, 11)1,2  .Snyward Land Distriot.  DUtikt ot Sayward.  TAKK NOTIOK   tlivt  lUnry  Alfrutl  Ua is, of Nee/ York, No'w York, otouputl-  ou oleutriclun, iulurii'ij to apply fnr p.rmiH  aion to punniuiio'i to punJhn������,o tho (olto.v-  tiug donuribod laud* t���������tlotuinenoin������ al a  poHt pluntod iu tlio uoutb omit onr.cr <*<  tlio norlli woet quart������r of lot CO., tbcuoi  ���������10 vliai'tia oaet( thciio? <0 chanm roitli  ihc'iioii'lO chuiiin ������vo,*.t, tliviioi *10  ohnint-  iouth topi.iutt'f ooniiiicnuomont omit_lir  itv^ lCOavrotimoui tr 1 jib  Huiiy AiiiiiKD IW..-*  IV or M. O.iHkin*', Aijoiit  IHNJuuc'lMUi, 1012.  NOTICE  Any poreon or poreone, autting,  y i  Koywftrd Lund Distriot,  Di������triot of Hnywitnl.  TAKK NOriCK ttmtGunrito Btuuke, of  Nhw York, N, Y., ocuiipatliiii  ciijduour,  intnuiUto npply fer veruiiniiun lo l������i<r������  <'li:*������o   tho following   d(4������iih<*d Um*.l������;���������  (^mmo el������|{ nt iv |ini*t pliiut<?d Wcbiinn  nniitli of tljo norlli-ft������Ht oomer of bit Ml,  tl.nioo oust 20 eliuiim, thsiioo north 40  clihini, tliouco   wont   2li   f-Utxitit,   Uuuioo  nouth -(0 uliiilim to po'iit of cft'i.iiitutio-  uniit ooutnin itg l',(f ticroM ni' M or Jum.  l.JiOltfUs; KIU(;KK  fcuhkr il, Unburn, A|,out.  lhtttJuQ0lUth,nil2.  Sayward Lmid Diatriot  Difl riot *t . y������vurtt'  TAKK NOTK'E tbat JoB.pli Homy  Buer ft New York, oc*.up tir,m 8jlt*siun,u.  iutenda lo apply for peiitusaoo -to liir-  dittifo-.the fui.lo.viug difiuribtfrl lands:-^  ('ouuiK'noiu.. nt n pcwtphuled 00 ob������*n*i  ������vc������it (iDd-.tt-u oliuiua north of tbo aouth  ���������*iist coruer.' of ! hip JG, tUuuc'J norUi Uil  olinius, tbeooo cuat 20 oiiuiui, thenc fl������.uth  ���������-0ohnii������, tbouco ������'������at20fcha nn t'j point  jf cotuninuconiunt ooiittiintug 40 uercu  ���������miits or lis,*!.  Josui'ii Hb.vbY Uake  FimIioi* M. OushiuH,,Agum.  Dated June 25th, 1912.  Sayward Laud Diatri-jt v  D.irtriot t>' S*iy*ard"  'fAKK NOTIOK tliut J wim Bnrnard  Diuiii of .Now York, N. Y., p.pouputi>u  rciinbi'i", iulcudu to "J/ply tliu j������������iru������������rirvlou  t.������ purubuso thv fol.wwh'K I'-eHtiitbtd Ir.uii.:  ���������L'liiiiii.oiKiug ntu piust p'nufO't at thn  norlh bim corner of lot 585, thiixvv nor tii  yt) oiuiiuH,"fioi.co wcBt'W Chilian, tlH'U������<������  south SO r.luinii, ilioiicti unn 80 vhnvm t-j  p mt of ouiMnenctuinil coutuinlng 040  ..viuii moro or ltuH.  Jamu. UU'tJUIW Du.s_  Kivhor M. Uiy.ini, iVkriui,  Ditto*.! Juno 24th, 1012  Sayward I, mil DUtriot.  DlH������r'ctotS������jw������'d.  TAKK NOTICK tbat Willium John  Niiblviin, Now Ymli. N. Y., pcoupiitiou  olorlr, intoudu to npply Inr. pormWou t  jnirohnw tho fol|o * iiig tho follow.!)* An*-  oribi'd ltnd������i��������� ('omuiosobg tt t pc*;t  planted lOcl'iiiiii ������'nith fruui llio font!'*  oa.t oornor tf lot 571) (em pout 57 i) tlmnoi!  worth 80 cliniiiB, llitntie ������iut JiO olwiin.,  thouoo viutb 80 cb&iui, tb������noo wn4 80  chnin*, to point of oommftncuuiout oop*  tniiilug (510 iiouHj ni*rb or Iran.  W11.MU1J6I1NSULUVAN  . t.uft ji. M.tii.liie*, ti^fiti.  VittUj}**. '.I.I, iniii.  Bay wind 1/uid Dintn'ot.  Dic.tiita "I Skyward,  'LIMM) NOTICl. Ui.t John Leonard  Uy:iu e>f Ne*w York, Now York, otoupnti.  un broker, intend* to apply lot- p iDli-Bou  to purt'iuio tho i>iiMbnt' tit" follow!, i;de-  Huribt-'d lundi:~-<.V*ii)i>iiiiiclu4; nt n \><>������i  iiluntod ot tbo t)orlli-o*i*t oirnor nt tha  inn 111 oiiBt quin tor i-t I'.t 5VJ, Uuvna) Oiuit  M0 chain*, tlioLco north -IOoIuIuh, thuuoo  W������������t 80 ollllfttU, tllLQlW   fcOllth iOlll'lilH lo  point of coiiiiiiuti'iomeiit coutnliiirig U20  HiiCi piorc ur htH.  JOHN M.ONMRDKVAN  Uitiiot &, (Juikim, AH'iA.  Ihto June 2Hti, 1012.  bv.u*4<rutLsit    v******-"^     mi.tj  tiinlwr or wood, of any dmsci-Iptiodn  lolongitig to tho Wellington Col-  jiory Co'y., or from or off tliu'land  of tho wtitl ('otujutny, or anyone  Nny ward Liiid DbtUot.  Distriot of riaywmH.  .. TAKl..NOT(kE ������httt Owrg. Clurle*  Htoae, of No*-  Vrnk, N. Y���������  oocnpidion  Saywnrd Lnnd District  District of Snywnrd  TAKE notice thut John Cas.  ���������idy,    ot    New    \ ork,   iN   V;,  occiijvitimi     Fireman,      inici'ds  Jtottjijily for jM'rmhr&lou to pur-  chuso   tho   following   dwscribod  i % , . ni a*\ ,��������� itr.* a. ������*  ���������'' " ft  ,,,,1.  . i  Sii)V������(d l^mdDiAtiht.  Diut.ioUf U-ywnid.  TAKE NOTICB thnt WilHam Aiwnnnt  Hbwhofl, tf  tioa clerk, inU-ndi lo ipply for pcrmi^iiyu  t*i  piireliiiw)   tlio    following   d^tcriLcd  clerk, intrtud* to opply for Fnwi**:oi  t<������Ji0iid:���������Cumranu-Jinj at ��������� n    pont thmfd hot 551, tlienw vvc*i*t   1)0 diftillS to  New York. N. Y., oovu^h- ^mXi>t\ 20 chain, south   and  |/W**>������  '-oir-Uici*nlr>������ nt * p *������' phi.t- *l *10 ch.ln*  It y������������ want anything *.n vnlistn, sv-.ii  ca*������������ or trtmks, try The Wiy, Store, They  hnve the largest and most inmpletc ���������������  lorWrcnt, nt die most rwionablc piicw,  tippiufi rubbish of any dworititiou j >*o������t ������i.d iwciuiiin ������������.u������li������J eJ������������ uvjih imt  .   - ,       ,������ , '     ,     .-oini-r ft bit f.r^. tlimev- -m, V>   .IjiIim.  luivivhc'"  upon   Ujc compiiuy'.- ,   ', .        ,.    , ,   ,  .rt  , , ,     / .,   iboriOi. truth   Vib-mia   ibn.to  v<'t   a)  lan-i will Im jrronecutcd to tin* ft������IIJ.i,nKfl, tboiu* nmh i������et������**i.iM.' jonto'  comui������i������u<HH*r������t c ltfcitii *{ U>arrc< tn^*rr������  ,r L**������.  OY.OH.Y. VUSWLK* STONE  ri:.h r If. O U'dfj. Air-'������  Vale iistim IV-K 1012,  noith- wi'tt i*nur e.f lot ftPJ,  tin tin* wt-tt  .XLvJUtOl Uioltw.  W, I,. COULSON,  (ieuoral Alatifiifer,  WfUingte'ii Cyiii1"/ ('ofy.  cluiiim t'aHt uf tho north corner of  lot 551, ilionw wc*i*t 1)0 diftins lo  ������*att ltou������ulry of hit C51, tliunc*  ftVcWi.MiiOi.oriw,  tolotiil, ilrti.ee j^������tJ������ 'M daimt,   thdm  eiWt   _U  U,<it.r.w,'n:itr,   fi^iip  ffi.,<��������� boni.r'iiry    t viuiu;., llii'Uu; tlt-ltl.   JIO Utail.i* tv  lut bbl, thi-uco i*:,; r>ii-mfi.iM m>r.������ ������w Ita, .l{.j���������, 0r coml���������c|1������.V|.U'tlt COUtftiu  lo lew* Ml,   thnm*# riMth 40 cl*:dtfs   tc*' .       .,. ,  -amlfit tumtutm.mtr.1 c������nt.ir,ii.L'  sfj0,������������R W ������������'������'^ "������������*��������������������������� or.Iv������������.  titttn mom tit lew, I JOHN CASBHIY  \nu.,LVJ AViiAVtu mscilOFl-'j Fi*her  M. GHi*kiu������, Agfut  rUIatf ll.ti--.i-*, A^*������l.      j)^ Jm!0 o0g,   yjX**p  Um Jon* SOtb. .013. . THE NEWS. CTJ-rUERLAKD. B. C  Motor Cycles  Several snnps for cash in Second  hand Machines, thoroughly   over-,  '"hauled.  ,  :i Write for particulars.  New Indian ;  or Excelsior  Motor Cycles at, Agents prices.  If-thoro la no agent in your district write for catalogue.  Bicycles  525,00 buys,a 5*10.00 Empire Bicycle ���������whllo ihey last, with .Coaster  brake, mudguards,,etc. Send deposit at once.  CONSOLIDATED   BICYCLE   AND  MOTOR CO., LTD.  185 Notre Dame, East.     Winnipeg  An,Admirable Burglar  That's done It! muttered the burglar, as his shin came in contact with  a chair aud overturned It. And he  spoke the truth. ,It did do it. ,A  sudden movement above, a hurried descent of stairs, and Slices'found himself staring into a revolver. \  Now,'then,'hands ' up 1 cried tho  householder.    What have you stolen?  Only your wife's pet dog, replied  the burglaivr,  If ..that's'all, yoir may sneak- out  quietly, said the householder. But  you've got something besides that,  you rascal.  Only your motlier-ln-law's parrot.  You don't say so! Hero's some  loose change for you. Anything  else?  ! . - , '���������     :,.,  Yes, ..said the burglar. Your  daughter's phonograph.  Good fellow! exclaimed the householder.     -Here's a sovereign for you.  And your son's punching bag.  0 My dear sir, exclaimed the householder, delightedly, I only wish you  could manage tho grand piano, then  I should have peace iii my.house at  last! Still, of course, that can't be  but -wilLyou share a ..bottle of champagne with me before you go?  ���������:���������������������������-������������������-        rA'lso~Grit~    -<*���������������������������---  Isn't that voting fellow ever going  to propose?  I guess not..     He's like  an hour  glaSS,,        ���������.'- , *���������"-:'��������� ..",���������  In what way?  The   moro  time  he^ gets  the   less  sand he has.  The Ring  Woman doesn't caro to shyjier hat  hi to the. ring, remarked the Observer  9f Kvents and Things; what she most  wants is to get her finger Into one.  A Charming Hostess {  .Toneg, the town wit, was keeping tho  dinner party in a stato of continual  merriment. His tongue, however,  was sharp, and his ropeated verbal  pallies at tho quality of the food finally dotormlned his hostess on revenge, Her, opportunity presented  Itself soon when Jones, holding up o  morsel of chicken ou his fork, exclaim*,  ed: Is this pig? ..  At. which end of tho fork, Mr.  Jones? asked his hostess sweetly in  ronjy.  H    OLD FASHIONED PROPOSALS  t-'-'t'    -Why Popping tho Question Has Fall-  ..',., en Into Disuse  ������������������There aro many kinds of proposals,  for, very likeiy no two men pop the  quostion In just tho samo way..After  all, a. girl does not, perhaps, mind  much what form a proposal for hor  hand and heart takes, so long as it ls  actually made.      Still,    some   men  propose In such a way that no ,*3olf  respecting girl.could accept.'  For example, thero Is the man who  seems- to bo conferring aii honor.. He  puts.lt In this way:  I'm willing to marry you���������quite  taken a fancy to you! ; You exactly  suit mo. Now surely you cannot refuse such an offer as this?       - ''      ,  Undor the circumstances, a girl Is  liable to argue: Does ho think ho is  doing-jno a favor? Am not I fit to  marj/ any man, being in evory -way  respectable? And sho may not only  tako It very badly, but may quite cool  off, aud the man ls Intensely surprised and annoyed. Often, *lt��������� a  man, when proposing, adopts a patronising style, ho is quite likely to bo refused.  Then thero lg tho man who writes  a bald epistle, telling of his love, his  admiration, and his fervent hopes that  tho girl will condescend ��������� to confer  upon1 him her hand and heart. He  Is a poor, backboneless creature; no  girl could bo bothered with such a  man, if man he can bo called.  He is a coward. Is he afraid to  faco tho fjjrl? Is she such an ogre as  all that? Why the written proposal  is littlo bettor than an' insult, and any  spirited girl should know how to deal  with tho writer of such an epistle.  The fact is, if a man will propose, ho  ought to do it" in a sensible, irianly  way. '" It may be.that a proposal is a  rather delicate business, but if a man  loves a Woman, and knows that she  loves him, what's, to prevent hini putting a simple question to hor? Most  men who propose, are extremely well  acquainted with the girls. Where's  the difficulty, then, of calmly asking  them if they 'will marry?   ���������   ..  For, after all,,Why should it happen that, although Jack has known  Bessie for long years, and has for  threo,of them walked her out and  generally paid court to her, when it  comes to putting tho fateful question,  he is all of a tremor, and hardly  knows what he is saying? Now, the  moment of proposal is a timo when  calmness and coolness should prevail;  the girl must not bo-flustered and half  scared by foolish ravings and Idiotic  pleadings and implorings. If a man  but quietly and calmly puts tlie matter  before the girl, he need have no fear  of,her answer.  The truth Is, ihat nowadays a proposal!, hardly ever necessary; the  true proposal i3 rapidly becoming a  thing of the past. A man walks out  with a young woman; ho visits reg-  .ulai-Iy���������at^her-housc;���������he���������woos���������her  steadily for, say a couple of years.  The man knows whafc ho wants���������  namely, the girl. She knows what  ho wants quite well, too. Why, then  humbug with a proposal? People  nowadays drift into the engaged condition. Never a word is said as to  r.arriage; both parties iri".  and lo, and behold! one fine, day tho  pair find themselves talking about  such and such a thing taking place  "after we're married." No" bother,  you see; ito fuss, A mere matter of  course. Surely that is a better moth  od; surely a formal, proposal is, quite  unnecessary? It, Indeed, seems very  silly, and, to. say the least of it, vory  superfluous.  No doubt there are, girls who aro  sticklers for conventionality; they  would never dream of drifting Into the  engaged stato without tho actual question being asked, and the formal answer hoing given. These girls aro in  tho minority. Most .girls In thoso  days aro more fsensiblo.'and have more  common-sense. Really, I bollovo fow  girls are asked in our day���������why should  thoy bo? Marriage follows courtship  as a natural result. If a couplo  court for yoars��������� -well, consider tho  utter folly of a proposal being made;  The proposal Ih getting old-fashioned; It will nover rpgnin Its former  place. It ia woll. It Is a very stupid affair altogether ns porhaps you'll  agree, ,  Grand Old Men  Th������ Mexican who bas Just died at  the alleged ago of, 180 bets been pro  deceased (aocordli^Ito American  nows) during th������F|^WSa6������en years or  so bj^a cltlzsa^-blyj^w^'BruiiBwIok  aged 132, and a comparative youngster  of Valley Mills] Texas, whose age wa?  only 115. -r .-������������������.,.<-���������-  Tho man In the street will be pardoned for thinking that tbo 185 has  been inadvertently transposed from a  cricket report. , Among cx-Blbllcal  heroes probably Old Parr and Henry  Jenkins will stand as tho host authenticated , Instances of _uperlongevity.  Tho monument at Bolton JYorkslilre)  records that Jenkins attained the  amazing ago of 169.  A nian of eighty-six, observed Mr.  Dooloy recently', looks down on a man  of eighty-five, and receives his callow  opinions with a superciluous smile;  and for that reason probably |if not  because bo was., a'fisherman) .TeuUins  was able to glvo evidence on oath  concerning matters 110 yoiira or so  previous. As a halo young centenarian ho was. in tho habit of swimming the "Swale with ease, and as a  boy ho is said to havo taken a horse-  load of arrows to bo forwarded north  for the Battle of Flodden.  Relief for the Depressed.���������Physical  and mental 'depression usually have  their origin in a disordered state of  the stomach and liver, as wln^u theso  organs are deranged in their action  the whole system is affected. Try  Paromlee's Vegetable Pills. They revive the digestive processes', act beneficially on the nerves and restore the  spirits as no other pills will. They  are cheap, simple and sure, and the  effects aro lasting. .  Tho diner thrust the tip of his  lenifo into the yellow disc which tho  waiter, had brought him. _ He held  it up to the light and examined it  while the waiter stood by anxiously.  Then the diiier resolutely returned the  yellow disc, to his plate and scraped  some of it upon his bread.  I take thee, he ^aid, for butter or  worse.  t*  g?  m  dONEY DO IT  DON'T BAICE-BAIvE-BAICE IN THE HARD  OLD FASHIONED WAY  It shortens your life, spoils your temper and ruins your looks.  Try tbo new way���������tho MOONEY way.  No spoiled baking.   No overheated kitchens. Lots of leisure in tbo hom^  MOONEY'S   BISCUITS arc so fresh, so crisp, so appetizing that  they are largely taking tho placo of homo baking witb thousands of Western  people.   Ask for  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  ��������� ��������� r- ��������� ii    "        i- i i        -   i      ���������   ------      r--     | ��������� i  SODA BISCUITS  in air tight, dust proof and damp proof packages  ���������or in scaled tins if you prefer, them.'  Made in tho Big Sanitary Factory in Winnipeg,  r  Freed From That Weak, Languid, Always Tired Feeling, by Lydia E, Pinkham's Compound,  TbTinalon, Out.-*" I cannot fipcnl* too  highly of your modluino, When my np-   ijjietito Is poor und I  hnvo that weak, Inn-  (?iild, ulwuyrt tired  iVelintr, 1 ti^t a hot-  Hoof Lydia K. Pink.  ^hiun'ii Votf. tnblo  "Compound, nntl it  builds rno up, (fives  mo Htiv'ngih, nnd re-  n,,*,tort-ti ine fo jMU'ft'f't  .fjlienll.li npiln.' Jt h  truly n hloaiiiiitf to  womi'ii, nud I cannot  ���������peak highly enough of It. I tako pleat)-  uro In r������conimi'iuiit������K It to others." ���������  Mm. Annik Camkro.v, Thenualon, Ont.  Women who nro Rtifferim; from those  diMrowiiiK ills pi'i'iiliar to their HfX  iiinuld not loses night of these fuctfl or  doubt the ability of Lydia tt. I'iiikham'..  Vi'g.Ublu Compound to v.atot'o their  Ju'iHh.  .i r..*.c ac* jiii.f.niiiy iairiur<*u*< (it tiioj-  Hindu, porhaui million!! of women In tho  United i'lUxfc-n who lmvo been benefited  by thi. fnmoiiM old remedy, wbi-h wan  produced frorn roots and herbs over R0  yuan ngo by a woman to relic va wo-  mini's BriiTevinif. If you are sick und need  auob ii mi'i'icjnf, why don't you try it V  tl j*oh n.'irtt sjiftbil tiffxb'i* wrlto fo  J.jnJu J'. I'liiUmm Medirlne Co. (confl-  itantlali l,yun, Ma1;*. Your latter irlll  be opened, read and nnswend lijr a  ���������woman nnd In*Id la strict tonfldenee,  ��������� ���������      ir-  fir  in i .j ��������� ��������� -   W   N. U. 817  Living on Eog-Shells  irons mny noon bo worth tholr  welfflit in gold, for sclonon bus din-  covorod that. Itt their fumllltir dally  product. Ilo tho makings of a porl'oct  Imiiiaii nico.  Scloneo In tlila Inslanoo Is ropro-  minted by l-rofoHnoi* J.tnmorich, of  Munlnli, llio fumoiiH Hppdivllfit In dlpli-  ihoi'ln and oholora, nnd his collotifiiio,  Prol'OBHor Loowo,  Thoy tlflolaro Unit tho hnrnynrd  fowl Is ono of tho itronloHl. honol'iiol-  hi's of mnuUInd, not inoioly boomiHo  hIio layn tho pojnihir brniikfiist ogg,  but bocuuao that ogg Ia oontnlnod In it  Hholl,  'riirsr. HidcntlHtii thon ro on to nny  that pgg-Hbi-llH takon 'In projmr foi'in,  longthon liinniiu vitality, Inot'oniio tho  powor of rcalatunc:' ngnlnst tho wll.lior������  4iiK blight of tlmo, add tvolglit to tho  body, activity to tlio bruin, and  HlfoiiKlb io tlr1 bfiii'l, ilo'jlroy Injur-  Ioiih baollll, vrovoiil. inflamtiuitlon and  (Hhoiiho and lend oottrago and oncrgy  to tho human helm,'.  Thnroforo thoy advlito all of ua lo  out ogK-fihollH If ivr want to lu* healthy  and happy and In livo long. Of  ooiii'ho, lu ivoommondlng thia diet of  ,������i>'.y.q|lfillo     ft(fi   fvlfhi.t'  niv.|>Ui'   d-i   *\nf  iticiin to ho talcou too lltorally. Thoy  mint |itc|Kit'i!i| u Iiiiuiit which ilioy call  a oiiloiliio ot oKK'-idudln,  And. llko mont modern Hir*I*>ntIst<������,  thoy havo boon inillloloutly nRrnloflo to  oommttnlr.tito tholr formula to tho pit-  tiro inodlcat frntnrnlty   tnt-'otlu-i* wlMi  Uio Hlmjilo liift'tnioUoii Unit a npoonful  of tho rhlorldo bo takon throo Union  a day In wator. Tho dono la nald to  bo iijhlttor ono, hut If ll ntiooooda In  nddliig n fow yo.'irs to tho normal npan  of llfo mankind will ho repaid.  THE TRUE CAUSE    ���������  OF RHEUMATISM  Due to Acid in the Blood---Can Only  be Cured Through the Blood.  ' , Not many years ago oven tlootorf.  thought tliat rheumatism was on'y a  local pain caused by o\posu. * lo onld  or wet. Now they know that the  trouble is caused by the blood becoming tainted with uric acid. This condition of tho blood causes tho muscles  to contract, stiffens the joints and ir-  ritates the nerves! ILnoLnrompUy  "treatctl"the stiffness spreads and tho  pain  grows  worse'' until   you   aro  a  helpless cripple,    tortured    day   and  night.      If the  disease  touches  the  heart it means sudden death.      You  cannot euro   rheumatism   with   liniments, plasters, or hot clolhs, as so!  many, try to do.     You must go right j.,  td the root of the trouble in the hlood. I  Tho. scientific way to euro rheumatism |  is to tako Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills,  which mako now, rich hlood that goes  right to the root of the trouble. Thoy  sweep out tho poisonous acid, loosen  the aching joints' and  muscles  and  bring ease and fre'edom where before  had beon pain and misery.  Miss Betilah 'Shoppy, Morpeth, Ont.,  says: "Following an attack of measles I took inflammatory rheumatism.  My joints became swollen and the pain  was almost unendurable. I doclored  with two doctors, but, Uu* pttlu was  only'roliovod while I was taking their  medicine, and soon returned, For  six months I ���������continued to suffer in  this way, Thon I tried electric pads,  but thoy failed to do me 'any good.  Filially a frlonrt persuaded mo to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,--and I- had  not beon taking thorn long before I  found rollof. I continued using Lite  Pills for a time and soon found myself in perfect health and fooling Uko  a, now portion, I nover lose an opportunity to recommend Dr. Will lams'  Pink PIIIh as I cannot say enough In  favor of thorn,  Hold by all modlclno dealers or by  mail at 50 conts a box or six boxed,,  for $_.B0 from ��������� The   Dr.    Williams'1'  Medicino Co.,'UroclcvlHe, Out.  ,Lady���������T am looking for n governess  for my children.  Manager ot Inlolllgonoo Ofllco���������Did  wo supply you with ono Inst .wool*:?  Yob.  Woll, madam, .according to hor ro  port, you don't nood a governor; You  nooil a llon-tamor,  fflustration   shows   ������ne   of   the  styles of body. that we build for  ^  ������HIP  /  SKSS  j  22 1-2 H. P.  4 Cylinder  4 Cycle  Water  Cooled  Motor  With  '  Dow  Magneto  \m  ~Y  Price of Car with above body  lettered as you  requite $1300.00  f. o. b. Clinton.    Get Catalogue and information from  CLINTON MOTOR CAR\C9.;LTB(., CLINTON, ONT.  Or STERNS & J3MMN, i&>./_4 TOON ���������  ���������  vv>TA ' ���������J  j... _._i  ||||||MHIHMHIM<M_MIH������.ttt'HHl f]  <.^.!.a.';.!.Qa.������q||  ������  B.UWHINHMIMI ijj  {ft.  Ht. Jon. pli, I.ovlH, July 11, 11)11!!,  MImirdV, Llnlibont Co,, Llmllod, ...  CiPiitloiiioii,-���������T was badly kicked by  iny horso Inst May nud nftor using  several preparations on my log nothing would do. My.Job wan .blank  as jut, I wan laid up lu bed for a  fortnight and could not walk, Aftor  wilng throo bnltlos of your MIN'AUD'H  MNIMKNT I was perfectly"curort, tm  that I could stiirt. on tho rond,  JOS.  DUltMB,  CuinniL't'clal Traveller,  COWAN'S  PERFECTION  COCOA  ��������� ���������   ���������        \  H 'Couldn't wait, Grandpa";  / at '   <���������"*',���������''���������*  Walling on Providence  Howard, Raid  th* vlHltor. nro you  j-oiuy; Ui h>! a niiui^ii-r, lib. your  fatlii'r, \vln>n ynu firow up?  No, ma'am, annworod Howard, 'l'rn  gdin/i to bo a waiter.  Wliy? tptrrb-d the aut-prised vhllor.  f'aiiMo > papa   tmy.i  tlmt  all   things  Tho fli'otnnn In Hiiro of a warm ro  .t!|iuuii niifH ni* giiun lu worii,  You' r'.:vffy fltirt a jrlrl '"Hli le-Ui  llko pnaiin dumb an nu oyster,  10ven if money lu called hard cadi  it'jt n nlco thing to fall back on.  (lot buoy and attend to bualiioss������������������  but, ho sure It iu yoiir own bn.'ilnoH;i,  for a fruit dealer   to   keep   all   his  dates.  Cowan's  Cocoa .hares with  m milk the' first place as a  drink for children,   A pure  Cocoa, it contains nerve, flesh  and  muscle ��������� building  matcriul.  Made with milk it is u perfectly  balanced food, as well as a drink  the children love.  YOUR GROCER HAS IT '  200  The COWAN CO., umiteti  TORONTO  YA  j^njr^'  .:*. **ltf*!<  .���������*u  ffiiiliiriiiiiiijiiiiii!]  W..t&\i  liWS^iiiSww  iiwiliiiiiiliiiiiliiij!^  MS  If tho tltismlths ntay on strike wo  may sot no canned npploa., ., '   . - .,  Woll, havo ynu propoaed to tho  banker's! dauchtcr?  N'o, nllo** too rich.  Hiil Hiiroly lhat'H no obMt.ncp' In ynu  In HV  Not  to   mc,   but  to   her  parents.  Xow  thoy claim  that  tho  human  bod-/ contain, sulphur.  In whnt amount?  Oh, In var>in������ ������|tiantitIo������  , ,���������,',- ;    w<>"������ ,!int mn>' aorount  for  rim*,  iconio ti hint who waits waa tho r������- tdrln   makliur   better   matchea   than  W.  uliltli.  . Maypole Soap  TNK CLEAN  HOMK DV8  Givei rich, even  colon, tree Irom  iliraiti ���������-ida'vcli't-  tly fcil, Don nol  itiinhindiciLeltlti  24 colon, will give  in*/ j'ltdr. (.'olori  10c, l.lwli 15c, ������l  yoai d*������rlfi'i oi  pcit - p������i.l with  Uollet "Uow to  Dye" bom  P. L. BENEDICT ������ CO. MaaIimI  Changed HIb Drink  ��������� A roatatirant kcojicr luintj out thlg  Blgii: Coffee; Such as Mother Uaod  Ono morning a" man entered the  r.ftfc, and na tho "waiter approached  lilm ho inqulrod, polnlinK to the nl(?n:  Ih your coffo. really faioIi as mother  used to iriako?  It la, sure! replied the waiter con-  vlnolngly.  Thon, wild tbo man. with a rendu-  iH.ent look, rIvo mo a cup ot toa.  Tho ovorlaeUnj. problom ot llfo Ur  how not to havo any problems.  TU������ wifo ia a biislucas wotnau nil  right.  what mnkfl.i ydti pay that?  Bho'a liiRttillfd n timo cloelt In tho  ball, and fx<- ban to punch it nher. hf-  RotiB out nlKbti and when he got?  baclt.  Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills  are made according to a formula tn  me neatly a century aco among the  Indian*, and learned from tbem by  Dr, Morae, Though repeated attempts have been made, by pbysl-  rim* nnd rln������nil������f������, It h i,i been found  impoisible to improve tbe formula or  the pill i. Dr. Morec's Indian Root  Pilli are a botitchoUl remedy through*  out the world for Constipation and  ���������II Kidney and I.ivrr trouble.. They  act promptly and effectively, and  Cleanso ths System THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, tt C
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A Double Deception.
Women Are  Not tho Only $
Adepts at the Gamo.
By CORA D. ROGERS.
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* Young Albert Caldwell while study-1"
tng medicine iu Parts received u letter
from bis mother containing tbo fol-
lowing information and Instructions:
Caldwell's father had been engaged
In n real estate speculation with one
John Armstrong. Together they bought
a tract of laud, which tbey Intended
to lay out as a suburban residence
park. They had got very much tan-
Iflocl up In their affairs when Armstrong died. This threw bis estate
Into the .chancery courts, making a
worse tnnglo than before, for ho left
his properly to his daughter In trust
till she should be twenty-one years of
���go. '
. Tho next complication was the death
ef Caldwell, leaving tho income accruing from certain securities'ho possessed to his wlfo and bis real estate
to his son. Albert. Tbe suburban
properly could not bo developed till
Miss Anita Armstrong became of ago,
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CAUGHT VER IN HIS AIMS.
*nd preparations were being made to
���tart- another  park  near  by,  which
N would render the first useless.
Mrs. . Caldwell wrote her son that
matters might bo facilitated by a- union of tbo two estates. Tho lawyers
had agreed that this could be done by
a marriage between Albert Caldwe.ll
and Aulta Armstrong. An agreement
had been made on the part, of the, widows that Mrs. Cnldw4|.l, should suggest such a marrlngo to her sou/then
In Paris, and Mrs. Armstrong should
suggest It to her.'"daughter, who was
traveling with iv party of Americans In
Italy, Miss Armstrong had been advised of tho matter and had agreed to
meet yonug Armstrong In Switzerland
during tbe hot season at a hotel bq
Lnko Thnn. Mrs. Armstrong closed
hor letter to her son with a recommendation tbat be join tho youngdady
thero tbat thoy might' become acquainted and ,wlth a view tomarrlago.
Miss Armstrong, with a chaperon
and a friend, Mlsa Ethel Turnleo, arrived at tho Hotel 0., located on Laical
Tliun, whore she received tx letter from
Caldwell miylng that bo would bo with
her In three days. At the expiration
��f the tlmo a young man arrived n't
tho hotel who registered .his name n��
Devcrenux noylo. Mt. Boyle, nftor
getting scttlod, sent ids card lo Miss
Armstrong with a nolo of Introduction
from Caldwell stating that bo would
bo detained for n day or (wo longer In
Paris, and slueo Boyle was alartlng
for Switzerland ho had naked bim to
mnko, his excuses for him and would
lio pleased to havo her be companion-
ablo with his friend dtiring tho luter-
���nl. '
* Miss Armstrong was Tory much
pleased wllh Mr. Boyle. The two, In
company with others, climbed tho
mountains, rodo in tho charming littlo
���atentnon-} thnt piled bnck and forth on
tho lake ond danced during tho ovon-
lugs In (bo parlors of tho hotol. Mr,
Noylo bad a very winning wny with
lilm (lint wan especially enhanced by
tils smile and a pair of frank, honest
blue eyea, He Iind not boon In Miss
Armstrong's company long when she
wished that ho woro tbo mnn she
was (o meet wllh a view to marriage.
Miss Turnleo notlcod tho nttraellon
the couplo had for c/ieli other anil,
knowing (hilt hoc ft lead'.*) Iiitor.hlrt lay
In another direction, hiiw tint tho plan
was liable to bo spoiled. Indeed, sho
wondered (lint Caldwell had given so
nttrncllvb a mnn an Introduction to n
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|*.b��     ��.v      ,*m.t     \.f     ....... v      V-.v��*     ...      . t ��� U       <-,
marrying himself.
One morning Boyle received tx tele-
t gram nnd (old Miss Armstrong (bat it
' was an announcement from bis friend
Cnldwoll (hnt bo would lm%lth (hem
that evening.   Miss Armstrong, nf(er
a talk with  Miss Tiirnteo, told  Mr.
Boyle thnt since tliey had not met Mr.
tlnldwell It would be a good Joke to
Introduce Mlsa Turnlne lo him ns Miss
Armstrong     Hoyle fell In  with  tht
plan, though bu said be feared Cold-
well would never forgive him when ht
discovered tbat BoyleTbad been a party to the deception. Binco the girls
had- become known ln thoir proper
identity whero they were, it ^as de-
elded that the party remove to Inter-
lacken at the.other end of the lake.
Bo, pncklng tbelr trunks, they took a
boat for tlio latter place, leaving word
for Caldwell of their new location.
Whon Caldwell arrived'at Intcrlaclc-
en and scut his card to Miss Armstrong, Ethel Turnleo went down Jo
meet bim. Sbo played her part Yer'y
well, though It was not a difllcult ono.
Caldwell said nothing about the object of tholr meeting; ho spoke only of
taking an outing after a year's hard
work at study ln Paris and deemed
himself fortunate In having n companion. The lady informed him tbnt his
friend Mr. Boyle bad proved very companionable, and tbat sho had with her
a friend (Miss Turnlee), so tbat now
they would mako a party of four.
Caldwell said that be bad bnd letters
from his friend, who wroto glowing
accounts of the delightful time he was
having, and he bnd spoken very enthusiastically of her. At this tbe substitute tried hard to blush, but only succeeded Jn casting down her eyea.
Nevertheless, from tho arrival of
Caldwell,,tho pairing of tho real Miss
Armstrong with Mr. Boylo remained
the same as it had before bis arrival.
Caldwell seemed to get on with the
spurious Miss Armstrong���Miss Turnlee���famously. Nothing wns said about
iho object of tbe meeting, but in due
time the mother of Caldwell received
a letter staling that be was enraptured
with the marriage plan and hnd great
hopes of winning not only tho lady's
haud but ber heart.
' Mrs. CaldAvell took the letter to Mrs.
Armstrong, who read It without"comment, but wltb a frown. Then she
told Mi-s. Caldwell she feared Albert
was oycrsangulne, for Iter daughter
had written heivthnt a friend of Al-
bei;t's a Mr. Boyle, was of tbelr party,
and.it was evident'from bcr enthusiasm "concerning him that be was a
dangerous rival. "While Devereanx
Boylo was referred to as being delightfully nice, Albert Caldwell was
scarcely referred to at all,
Meanwhile matters wore golug on
swimmingly at Interlacken. But one
day the real Miss Armstrong met at
tbe Kursaal a lady who knew her. Fortunately tbe meeting occurred without
any of the former's party overhearing her. called by her correct nSme.
but'sho proposed immediately that tbey
movo ou lo Lucerne. Tbe proposition
was adopted and the party, brought up
at one of the hotels in that city.
Tho only one of the party who was
not fairly bubbling over with delight
was the chaperon, who found herself
constantly left out of the company^
For Mr. Boyle and the real Miss Armstrong were always paired, and Mr.
Caldwell wns equally devoted to ths
real Miss Turnlee. Did they all go together for an excursion on the lake
tho boat hat. hardly started before this
pairing*commenced. 'Did they mount
H0W THE EARTH DRtED.
And Why "tha Drying Up Proem Is
j Constantly Going On.
When water Is decomposed by radium
or by ultra violet rays it produces hydrogen and peroxide of hydrogen, nnd
it does cot form oxygen. Electrolytic
decomposition forms oxygen. I
A Oermau investigator bases a now
theory relating to the drying of tho
earth on the fa.t that ono form of decomposition produces oxygen, while
tbo othor form does not. Part of tbo
water vapor emitted by tbe seas is decomposed by tho ultra violet rays of
tbo sun. Tho hydrogen formed rises
toward the high atmospheric strata,
nnd all the water does uot return to
tho surface.J Therefore the quantity
of water on tho face of tho globe Is always diminishing, and the earth Is incessantly, If gradually, drying.
To cite one example: On tbo north
sido of tho Alps occur a continual
falling off in thu depth op tho lakes
and a gradual formation of swamps.
Two hundred and fifty year* ago there
woro MO lakes In tho canton, of Zurich. Today there are seventy-six.
Tbo destruction of the forests and tbe
cultivation of tbo land partially explain this, but the loss of hydrogen is
an Imporlnnt factor. Tho hydrogeu
accumulated in the higher atmosphere
is diffused In Interstellar space.���Harper's Weekly. .-*���
REPORTED THE WEDDING.
The Dramatic. Critio Got the Job and
Did tho Best He Could.
In tbe absence of the regular society
reporter the dramatic critic of the
Dally Doings was detailed to cover a
wedding. "I'll do the best I can," ho
said, "but I fee! sure I shall make a
mess of it."
This, is what he turned ln, omitting
the preliminary remarks about tbe size
of the house and tho delay In beginning tho performance:    .v
"Mr. Barkor, In the role of the bridegroom, acted the pnrt ln a stiff yot
listless manner. lie has a good stago
presence, but mars tbo effect by a total lack of animation and an almost
Inaudible voice. Miss Perkins, as the
bride,-tvas much more effective. Her
costume was bewildering, yet true to
life. ��� If one may venture to criticise,
her effort to overcome her obvious
stage fright was a trifle too evident
Sbo was In good voice, however, and
fi'er enunciation was clear and distinct
"It must bo pointed out tbat both
Miss Perkins and Mr. Barker were de.
ficient in their lines and hnd to be
prompted almost constantly by the
Rev. Henry Harper, who, as tbe officiating clergyman, was decidedly the
star of tho performance."���New York
Press! ' '���     "~~"        ~~
Homesickness 8poila Photographs.
Aunt Maria thought, and so did her
New York relatives, that the photog
rapher was"unpnrdonably discourteous,
For three successive days ho refused
the Rigl, as soon as tbey reached the | to take Aunt Maria's photograph.   On
top the two couples, ran away from
each other and tho chaperon.
But underneath all this pleasure
(here was arcanker worm gnawing nt
Miss Armstrong's heart. She feared
that If sho did not tako thoadvico of
her lawyers she might bo beggared.
And yet she was hopelessly in love
wfth her cavalier. She told him that
her interest lay in another direction.
He looked grave, sighed, but said nothing. Then at last she made up her
mind to confess the deception.   But
the fourth dny bo told wby.
"In justice to her," he said, "I do not
want to take her picture now. Sho is
too homesick. Most out of town peoplo
want to be photographed while in Now
York. If they are longing for home I
put them off with one excuse or another
until tbo homesickness wears off.
"If you want your aunt's pictures to
turn out well Just hunt.lip some ono
from her 'homo towu who happens to
bo visiilng in New York nt present and
bring him hero so* sho will meet bim
when sho told tho man who was (is |���unexpectedly..   The meetiug wilt put
deeply interested in hor ns she was in \ sparkle and animation into her face,
him of her relations with Caldwell lit
said (hat since ho was a party to tlio
deception, perhaps ho should make tlie
confession for both. Ho nobly offered
to ��� surrender hor to Caldwell if; sho
desired to follow her Interest rather
than hor heart
Hero was the critical point, and sho
desired time for consideration. Caldwell seemed much interested in his
friend, and thnt complicated matters.
When she enmo to a decision it wns
thnt Caldwell had spoiled the original'
plan by introducing Boyle. Tlio man
to whom sbo undo this confession
caught ber ln his arms aud, after wild
caresses, said to her:
"I am Bert Caldwell. I roynelf bort
(ho letter .Introducing'Boylo. I hnvo
playod tho part of Boyle, and he bits
played tho pnrt of Caldwell."
"Vou art Bort.Caldwell?"
"1 nm."
"And you two men havt been deceiving us?"
"1 simply wished to eliminate, at
leant so far as yon wore concerned,
any Interest In mo, I preferred to win
you ns nnothor person, one with whom
you wero not tied no In a matter of
properly."
"Nevertheless you hnvo deceived me."
"Without criminal Intent."
"I mndo up my mind to marry Mr,
Boyle, nnd, since. yon art not Mr.
Boyle, I will not marry you."
"You can't mnny Boylt. Ho has
fallen lipoid over head lu lovo with
your friend."
"It Isn't necessary that I should
mnrry any one."
"Oli, yes, it bv It IK necessary that
yen in ur ry mo. i'f you dou't we shall
both bo beggared."
"I don't believe Anita wINjprry him
cither," nbe pnld, titlll pouting. "Ho has
deceived her by passing himself ns you,
JltSlt      \ttltl      httUlk)      mt.      Ijmi.      .'.m..m     M^CWi.
mo by passing yourself ns 111111."
"Will yon bo n�� kind to me as yonr
friend Is to my friend?"
"Certainly.   1 nm safe In promising
Hint."
"Thon wo nro engaged!"
"How do you make thnt out?"
"Flo has proposed'ond been accept*
ed."
This Is iho only cast on record whert
two men got ahead of two girls In t
matter of duplicity.
and nolthor sho nor I will bo disnp
pointed with the photographs."���Now
York Times.
ASummtr Dream,"
We havo picked a a��nla! wtxard fti a tt*S-
tv Jn iho fray.
Wo count'on lilt" to drlvo our various
troubles all away.
Uo knows a lot ot mystlo words, which
he'll consent to say
In style corrected,
Th* problems of itn tarlft will ba freely
understood,
And no one will consent  to  tako  moro
protlt than he should.
Tho  lwo-for-flv��  cigar-  will   bo  uplifted
till they're _uod
When he's elected.
Tha birds  won't steal tho cherrten,  and
tho kinds thai do not sing
Will learn to fly moro slowly while you
shoot them on tho wine. *
The honeybee* will labor and be too polltr
to Btlllg \
The hanils.thnt feed It. '  '
The hold economist, that most alert anil
studious elf,
Will coaso within the treasury to lock tho
nation's peif.
He'll   send   out   Invitations   which   say,
"Como and help yourself
Whene'er yon need It."
���Washington Star.
HE PUSHED THE DEPOT.
J'
A (5.0od Riddance.
"Hello, Blanchel"
"Wby, Ruby, I haven't seen you for
a yoar.   llow've you beeu?"
"All right. How'vo you been? Seen
Jim Lang lately?"
"No; I hardly ever see hltn nowadays."
"How does that come? He used to
send you candy nnd flowers, and ho
used to call on you every ulght
Doesn't he'do that now?"
"Nope. Ho doesn't send any more
flowers and candy, and I never see hltn
in the evenluji."
.  "Well, it's a good riddance.    How
did you shake him?" "-
"We got married.'' ' '   .
U
The Storm and ths Rainbow. X
Sometimes I'm cross, an* 'en I cry   '
A littlo bit, an' by an' by "  '
My mamma sees mo, an' she'll say,
"We'ro havln' quite a storm today.*,'
An' 'en I'm 'shamed, I am, an* try .
To brush th1 tears out of my eye/
An' 'en my mamma says, "1 see
It's dean a Iltllo shower, maybe."
An' *en It Is, an' after w'lle
I'm better, an' I start t' smile,
Aji' 'en my mamma says, she do,
'At at's th' rainbow shlnln' through.
���J. W. Foley ln New York Times.
--,    .      Caught In the Act. *
"Darling, do -you really love me?"
breathed the lover.
"I do.    Have I not sworn It many
times?".sighed tho lovcress.
"You have, but do you?"
"Wby do you ask?    What havo I
dono to make you doubt It?"
"Iin,   girli    I   saw   you���I   caught
yon"-
. "What did yon. see, love?  Speak!"
"When I came In I saw you settlnff
tbe clock an hour forwardl"
She could not deny it.   Her affection
-was-not-boro-proof.��� This-was-tbe -bo-,
glnnlug of the end.���Cleveland Plain
Dealer. \
Two of Them.
-There was a girl Jn our town,
And she was wondrous slim.
You really couldn't see her
When the lights were low and dim.
���Springfield (Mass.) Union.
Thero was a girl tn our town,
And she was rather fat.
We had to sit out on tho stairs
When sho was In the flat.
���Chicago Record-Herald.
But the Negro Porter Forgave Him
When He Learned His Mission.
HKHK was a shriveled up. white
beaded old coldred man leaning
up ugninst tho passenger depot
nt Hirmlnj.hnm, Ala., when tho uegro
porter thought it would be a good opportunity to show off his authority.
Ho therefore advanced with a lordly
ulr ami deiiuiuded:
"See. yore, ole man. does yon know
you am liable lo bu sent to jail fur
dat?"
"Sho!   What I doln'?"
"You am dun pushln' on our depot,
stih. I'd like to know what you am
llugetiu' round y.re fur!"
"l's Just dun wait In'."
"WnlUn' fur what?"
"Fur my darter, who's gone up to de
-toll to trade."
"But wlio gin you leave to wait round
yer.? You'd belter sknto right up de
street and be powerful ulad dat I hain't
sent you to Jail fur pushln' agin my depot."
"But my darter she dun git fo' hundred dollars, you see, and she cum to
town to"���
"What! Your darter dun git fo' hundred dollars? Olo man, don't you try
to foolish dl- railroad 1"
"Yes, sah. fo* hundred dollars, and
she's a wldder and owns fo'ty acres
of iand and.two mewls."
"Whnt!   Your darter got all dat?"
"Yes, sah, and mo' too,"
"And she's a wldder?"
"Yes, snb. Her man dun died last
yeah. Sho lirst got six hundred dollars,
and now sho got fo' hundred dollars
mo'."
"You dou't say so Your darter got
a thousand dollars!"
"Yes. snh."
"And how old Is she?"
"'Bout thirty and mighty smart,   l's
sorry I dun pushed aglu your depot,
l-but you see"--
"Don't menslmn it, uncle. When dat
gal comes back I'd llko,to speak wld
ber." '
"Yes, sab. l's dun sorry 'bout push-
In', your depot aloutj, but you see"���
"Dat's all right, uncle; dat's all
right," said the porter, and ho Bbook
hands with him and smiled all over.
"When I first seed you I felt it my
duty to peramulate do calamity, but
now dat I come to sagaclate de foresight I obsarvo my condescension���a
thousand dollars In cash, fo'ty acres of
land, two mewls and a wldder. Say,
uncle, I'll be right yere when dat wldder cums back, and In de meantime if
dat'depot om pushed ober and twenty
people killed l's goin' to swear dat you
didn't have nuffin' to do wid perco-
iatin' de catastrophe."'
=3sn
points
for
Mothers
A Hard Road to.Travel,'
To add to BtinUorton's discomfiture
In losing his wny, ho had now beon
brought to u standstill by the absolute
Impassabiilty of tho 'highway, nnd bis
temper, already sorely tried, finally,
gavo way,
"What kind of pc6plo( nro you tip
hero In this rotten old state?" he cried,
addressing an old countryman who
stood doso by Inspecting his stranded
car-wItlMmrlouB eyes;
"I duuno," said the old man. "Baout
tbo same cz most folks, I cnl'late."
"Do yon call this senr on tbo faeo of
natui'o ix road?" roared BtinUerton.
"Not oz I knows on," returned tlie
old mnn. "This hero hain't the pike;
It's Moso Whlbloy's traout stream nm
dry, 1 wondered what yo was drlvln'
up It foi\"-*riarper's Weekly,
Child Leva.
Welcoma to tho *p<>wds tlio puny
Rtrtigfflpr, strong In his weakness, hla
HI Ilo arms moro Irroslstlblo than the
sotdler'H, his llpH touched with pormia-
skin which Chat hum nnd I'tu'lt'lcs In
manhood had not Ills umilToeted lam*
cntntlons when ho lifts up Ills volco
011 high, or, more bountiful, llio sobbing child, iho face nil liquid grief, ns
ho tries (0 swallow his vexation, soften
all hen ri h (0 pity and to mirthful aud
clamorous compassion.-Kiiu'i'son,
Cold Wave,
Nellie���'lliey sny iiinstiivfiea tire vijiii-
I11;. b'i<i. Niiiute-Vif-you i-urt-1 NY1-
llo-Cerlalnly. I think most 111011 loolc
much moro liandHomo and knightly
wltb tlieiu, Mamie-Well, of eonw, I
suppose you know,   I was too young to
f'!!*i��    luiHi'ii    .i>lir>.i    llii.\��    iv-imt    OUt    Of
atylo.-Cblcitgo Itocord-ilei'iild.
Conserving Leather.
Tommlo was given a now pair of
shoes, and his father told him to be
careful and not wear tbem out too
soon. Two weeks later his fathor said
to him:
"Tommle, I understand you havo
been at tho foot of tho class all week."
"Yes, father/I have. I could havo
gono to the head of the bless1 several
times, but 1 was afraid It might wear
out my shoes walking so far."���Yonk��
ore Statesman.
The Cheerful Qalaaman.
A theory man was tho traveling man#
The travellnu salesman jray. ,
Aa a bill from his dentist ho did lean
ITo whlstldd a roundolay.
"The house wilt pny It," ha mused In sl������
"Bo ln worrying there no sense' Is.
I'll clmi'ije It up to the Arm, you son,
As Inol-dental expenses."
-Kansas City mar,
Ha Waa.
"Hero's a stono I got nt a bargain
the other day," snld tbo mnn with ths
dyed muRtnehe. "I'd llko to have you
tell mo whether It's a real diamond or
not."
Tbo Jeweler examined It
"Pasta," be derided, handing' It bnck.
"StuckI" exclaimed tho other.
Tht Freeman's Bostt
"I'll ba no boss' msnl" lis orled,
Ko yoke shall isll my ntolil
I have a freeman's holy prldal
My will's my own, by I100UI
I'll t'hoom my courso to suit my whim.
My heart sliill know no fsarl"
Ilia f,     .hen mine und sllantied lilm
And ltd lilm hy an eur.
-Chicago IUcord-Herald,
. Bslf Accused,
"Do you remember that $B you borrowed of nu> it yenr ago?"
"I nhouid Riiy I did. I lent $1 of It
to lb-own. nnd (he tdomk hain't paid
mo yet."���Boston Transcript
Do not for one repulse forego tha
piirpnao thnt you rcsolva to affect.���
BlmkeKpcura.
Granted.
Jtidge-Whnt I�� yoiir reason for waut>
lng 11 dlvorco? ���
Wlfo-My hiudmnd Is n bun'bnll .fun.
Judge-Thnt does not constitute suf��
flelent ground for a decree.
Wlfo~l know that, your honor, but
tils loam la tn last plmu-Ht. Louts
t'otit-Uihi'itkU.
Tha P��Usr Way.
"fla betlnr to havo loved and been a bin**
penned Inibuy all your Ufa
Tlmn tn linuis rnimM vnur frtimrts tn s*r
Tliey never fully iinilmt��(*d
Why you pursued your lonnly way
Through all Die years nnd never could
Persuade a girl to bo your wife.
In Future,
"Whnt'a your Idea of tlio future Jour.
Dili?''
"It will bo written by advertiser*,
and It villi vonlulu u.Uilug f_.l-ul.it.tl,
Ito bring n hlu��h (0 the cheek or ilia
young   ppwori   except   coitmetka,"���
Judge's Llbrar/,''
_LMU*JLiMb_ltl_LiM___UM_L_U_Mn_______i_L_EiA_!.^
A Common Failing. ""�����
Too many of us prefer to re-  \',
count thediiird luck stories than  <���
to recall%lho happy days.���Now  ',[
York Evening World. *
<(,4*4HI,4H{Mli,f,^,>l<*!,lt"l,,l>4"i'4,>!,4"i"lHi"(,,l"tHi>
.^ Tha Thermometer.
Tbo thermometer Is a clover little In-
fitrument composed of n scale on which
numbers nro printed at various Intervals and to which is attached a long
piece of glass which has a bulb at the,
bottom. Like other bulbous plantsT
tho , thermometer attains Its igrentcst
height In tho summer tlmo. Insldo tbe
bulb is some mercury. When mercury
Is warmed It expands. Wheii a man
gets warm he begins expanding also.
If you sit next a fat man in the street
car yon will notleo this. Ho will spread
out until ho crushes you against the
side of tho car. Tbo Fahrenheit thermometer was invented by tho lato Mr.
Fahrenheit, who went upon the'theory
that zero was hot as cold as it seemed,
so he left Bpaco below it for tho mercury to sit down. Tho centlgrado thermometer begins counting nt aero; con-
soquently it Is a much warmer thoiw
momoter than the Fahrenheit variety.
Tho thermomoter tells yon bow hot
It is. In this It bus nothing ou evory
ono of your friends. Your own thermometer is a source of prldo to you if
it registers higher than the ono noxt
door,���Chicago Tost.
Comfort For Stay at Home Mothers.
"We aro staying home this summer,"
said tbe youug mother, "as we do not'
thluk tho baby old enough to bo taken
out of Its usual environment, and wo
would not go without bim." There
aro no doubt thousands of young mothers nnd fathers"doing the same thing.
They realize that thero nro a certain
number of years of tbelr lives that
they must give to the*children and
tbnt they must put asldo their own
comfort In order to do it Mot hem
don't break dowu when they arc doing
this KQi't of work as a general thing
and should try to livo as calmly and
comfortably as possible under the circumstances, it Is always wllh relief
that one hears tho young mother sny
"W9" uro staying at home, for the
father owes It to his child ns much as
the moiher to be nenr It during tbo
critical months of babyhood. Together
they enn most certainly do heller for.
tho child than cither one could alone,
and along wllh the cams of motherhood should go baud in baud the responsibilities of fatherhood. Tlio child
who Is only mothered loses much lu
Its life, for the father's iuflii.iieo is
oflcu Biino where motherhood is only
swoot. Tho well brought up child
must have the father's help as well as
the mother's through evory step of bis
life, and he generally gets il iu America, whatever mny be snld of the better
training for parenthood In other countries. The fnl her has a double duty
to perform, for whllo he lool^s out for
bis child he must also see thnt tbe
mother keeps herself in condition. Aa
irritable mother will very likely have
tho samo kind of child. Sho'may not
be at all at fault, having been rendered physically Incapable of cariug properly for her child by worries of on*
kind or another. So tho young btis-
baud must see that she ls amused If
iieecssary, thnt she has nourishing food'
and that she is not unduly worried by
all tbe business troubles of tho family.
That precious hnby doer, not renllze all
the sacrifices that are mado for him,
and he never will be awaro of tbem
until he,' too, stands with a child of
his own In his arms and the pride of
.atherhood In bis eyes.
Educating tbe Children.
 The bishop of Londou once f_��M'L "l_
am convinced tliat"ihoTipllfting of:"fh"��_
morality of onr people lies above nil
nnd everything else in educating our
children rationally and-morally. 1 believe tbnt more evil litis been done by
tho sipiciimlshness of parents wbo aro
afraid to instruct tbelr children In Ih'e
j vital facts of lire than by all tbe other
agencies of vice put together."
Of this sume phaso of eduea'tlon Dr.
HosTiHe Slaughter Morton of New York
enys:
; "The classes In soclnl settlements aro
doing a tremendous work in /giving
both boys iind girls many Jinpersonnl,
wholesome Interests, und In each of
tliese settlements thero should be classes for fathers and mothers, where tht
. sex question Is tukeii up frankly.'-'
Werrlad.
Week End Gifts.
The houso parly guest who ennnot
think of tt��� suitable gift for a family of
children should look over an assort-'
meut of boxes lilted wllh all sorts of
indoor und outdoor (.nines for boys
and girls nnd .oiling nt the smallest
prices, A box, for example, containing two llltle tennis rackets with balls
and n jumping rope Is _,r> cents, and
for ix larger child a box with two
rackets mid balls Is no con Is or $1. A
box of battledore nnd shuttlecock Is
CO cents or In larger size $1. A special
outllt for little glils Includes 11 buttle-
dole Pot, 11 en tc li n bn 11 nnd 11 Jumping
rope, nil wltlnvhltu nnd gold handles.
It Is 75 cents. A ciilchnbiill with n
triiinpot nud (lint lysues a Htnrlllng
blast I. 10 cents.
Tho Best Mnn (making iiti'iingnmoiits)
���Aiid-er-ls It ulHstoinnry to cuss tha
bi'lde?-Phlliidclphlu Press,
"Seeing Things at Ni(.ht."
If mothers notice that the briilim of
their little ones conjure up uncanny
plghtH nud tlioiiKliiK fiom the .liiulows
of 11 room more or less dark let lh*
light burn brightly. To force a child
lu becomo ucciislomnd to lhe darkness
Is a grave error If Uh nervous" system
Is so oi'Kiiulxi'il Hint (his forcing Is
prodtictlvo of ti frluht,
The nervous Hystoni of a child Is _
, very susct'pilble nrgaulxntlon, and tba
! deleluiloiis ImproKsloiiH mndo upon It
\ will often mnko lheir lufliieneo felt
throughout Its whole nfter llfo.   If Iho
child iiKks for 11 light iinder such clr��
cuiiiNfiiiicoH do nut refuse It.
Oatting It Exactly Right.
Cleric-Vour nd.  rendu. "I'lnln cook
wnntod."   They ruther light ahy of
(lllll,  H_,
JJiiMiib^   How rluitl 1 put It, thru?
Ch'i'k-I idiufitd ��ay, "Woman wnnted
to do plain cooking."
1   Hubbubs-Change It, will yon? (Had
1 you mentioned IL   Ami, by tbo way,
1 tno|f..|ii ,.f "(n'ltiiiMii" ron'il lifitor mnkfl
It "liuly."-IloHtoii TiiiUM'ilpL
Trouble Makir.
"A nuwupnper can make troubio in a
home."
"I hhould say bo,   What enme near
fau.diin my lir**t quarrel with tny wife
was tlio fact that we had only one
U-*.U|>upvr (0 lead, uiu! lh,;t Imd tho
bntM'lnill tii'tvs ou ono Kldn of (he sheet
and tho fashion newt on ihe olbar."-
WaHbiniitoii Slur,
A Birthday Ring From Germany.
A newly luipoik'd iiuvclly from (.en-
litany Is n wooden birllubiy cake ring
bilKhlly painted In 11 manner to tipputil
to children uud pierced wllh holes, la
which ilie liirtitUiiy en utiles nre to i*
Mi, Ah tlm Imk.-i .uc ..mio, Jt l.*i |....-.^J-
hlo to huvo uh many candles iih,nra
nccewHtiry, even when (ho children of a
family tire grown tip Tint ring of
wood Is only about nn inch thick, iind
:; U :..:,...M ll,I tU ..Lc Lc .';*.���? .'a-
side this tl ti*.
Caitor Oil.
To tho motliem who Ilnd It hard (0
glvo tho littlo ones castor oil mnka
i itlnjter conklcs and ndd n little mora
Kiiuitr tiuin the ri'i-ipc rail* for, nml to
a roiniiinii Mixed butch ndd two tuhle-
tpniitilulH uf ciiKtor oik nnd ki-t'p Ihu
j icerct to youmdf. Frost the tup nnd
let the Hue. who sxrt* nlllui; cat of tlnio
i aud seo bow wall this remedy wot La. wmmmmmmmmm,  t_ma>f -W& CflMMBEffibAMD. BRIfiag CQM-agBltA.  Cumberland. H.C.  -JUwne .3  cf extension Taiilcs, Parlor Tables and Chairs of  -^r^rr--^- o I Mat's       r=cave_ ^^-^^^^  2 dltvd/ c.r7 _ fu'   . ' o P I aid S������J_ng  Spring mi<}  Hah  sses  ������. s i I  J| __ \\������___\<-.   K"     lilJ-M  1 <-*> A. HeKIWHON    Cumbcri-m-i  5. NAKANO & CO.  ���������REAL. ESTATE AGENTS  if   II    r. 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Denier,   in all Kinds of  Wines, and Liquor*  SECOND    STREET  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL   $15,000,000  _FS_��������� $12,500,000  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by-The Canadian Bank Of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small sum. of money. These Orders,  pi>jble without charge at any bank in Camda (except n the Yukon  Territory) sand in the principal cities of the United States, are issued At  the following rates  $5 and iinder ������ *������������������������������������������* -  Over '  5 nnd n  10  30  t exceeding $10,  JO  GO.  ao  15  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  shonlrf btf mndd by -ioan. of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Isaned without detnynt reasonable   stos.  CCTMBE������LAND BRANCH.;;... .. ���������.;,... W. T. WHITE.  H-Hag-  -.  _Iessr_ Hardy aud fli.coe, Aite  r      _ unrtertsj   ijll offer fo  ie liy  auct.on   ,cm   W.dnasdav  '    SOtli, a ji.nxnber   of   choice  ding i.-U, well   built -G  fc    e ei look   g Co it  1     I    1 partic lai     n ! nl  <��������� Phf.iie'JO.  Goods.        .^Retail  Deale  ^ a 1    S  __    ( otto i  <��������� ������, i d R-r-   i *_  Real Estate and Insurance,  L-cepsed Auctioneers and Vdluers.  (gtftam Iftdm f tatm  rang..  %>e I     e      1    ge      mber   of e qn  \ ^  lity     jf yoi I a o . jt i  for  aerei ���������_  i  to-, sull"," LIST  "twill Ub  We are AUCTiOHBERS  SLF lb jf jo        11 i= ieaid i e     Ihr i _e o l   t  tlio slioit  I  __ble    ot.ui a d get tin bfcbi   FPU Eb  COURTENAY B  C  II   5GU \\ WT  LUMBER  s _ u^  Coi o    S 11 Co      l luted  loin     I  C  "      iJuwig Hang Co  s \  mot o fl ���������^ -'  F'icttirers   or Ladies'  !  C   i  \  1)  !Io      I  , tuj.  DEivXV guild  Shew of  Fall II_tt>,Auto  Bon_cts,  ChiiJrer.'s li:t- etc.  NOW   ON  {,01ir���������!l3,r>    B. C  G0M.RNULM   SI \iCTOll_   Ij   c  fo.   Ut_  ^lotL of   \e f) tic Ti mc  Heintznian & C o. Pianos  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records   i  WRIll   FORCAMIO      \ND  J R'CJ   T.IST&  Coi c   tn  Jtins of Pint tit   .m getl  803COVERNM_..TSTr?_tT.   Opposite P 0    VICTORIA B C  wmi w n i**_i*iiOTB.ii!iiii���������_s!a;!_iiH  p  Cap tal Pa d Up    n 5C0 000  mn uiiHiHina hwekwisii^ib'  $IS5COTG0O  S  S    The I' yal Bank of Canaaa  DRAFTS ��������� L:  d i\ an.  LirKi>r.   Pi.APii   ah c  __ 0\LI     TIIK     UOi LD J  B faPECIAI AiiIMlO    i     i toMWM*. A((0LV!fa ., i_re i 4  m    al mgl est  O rr    tin tl yt, f i-i a  0UMBEK1.ANO, B.. C., Briinch, Ope_..D_ii>  f i-i a    i    pvji-i.  USIOS ffH-S-F, B. C,   S_������-Br_ch,;Op.n _lm*_dftJO  D.-M. JViORRISOrs, Manag-i-  GOUBTBH-AY,    B: G,    Branch,  , Opan Dai-'y.  WM. HOFFj/Managet  m i_e irt���������_rafflWL|Ba_iaan������^^  l  L.4XD  ACT  Va      .  er Land   ������istriot  I'   I   i*   n| biyvari  TM OTILF   thii     Iieha 1  o     f    il   n K^s? Yor.  n Ta    t r   i ten Is to a f y  ohntfi ihe foi  1  i     l  J  I    ���������   t tl  ul 0 d.  ti. van oirnrr  envt   *10   dn  *       1 "i n  MH IMI I    _()( %  1(1 lie  Tboijifid M  _*���������  I.A.VU ACT  ^ Jr Uni D   iri.t  District of .nywnr.l  I \f OTI0__   that   \\  II  r  V       n    of \ev _  rk    Niw  IpallilU.     Ml-iiMl.  J.i tii  0(������_|)ly  fpr  p_rmi..iiin to  ! ia follow (]<*   le������rnU  J nene   r.     a    e   j 0Fi^  ilu* north-iresi corner of.  e   r     I      half    ui     l,t    590.  lh   80   cli-inr,   ii. ce  * O     V 0, ]   h l0   n  "i lot.    c eh  >��������� -10 e! air.*  c   ��������������� opitofcm.e  e    t       ti.   3)   c   . i ire   r,  Hi     IV I I    n r   AI \y.c I  Mf        tl  ilo        M    *f  A o  Used Bxc'nsi-vely m Canada  B}    The   METROPOLIIAN   OPKRA   COMPANY  (of \e\/ Yoik ^  If you want a good reliable Piano, it wiP pay you to give us a call  We ore Sote-Agenta forthe above and other Reliable Makes. We  also carry the Victor*  Qramnphone nnd -Vlotrolaa.  W^U ,GUAIWNTER. SATISFACTION.  Dunsmore's "Music Ho S2' Church St, Nanaimo   B. C.  ~~ESS^EW GOODS"-"  Our Fall Goods i i\m,r bv (very boit      We h������\tjust  opened up a n _ of L hIils   Bh uses in  I renrh Flan  nel with sof' ���������   ' iloubl. i.uh_ in il   coins   'I hebe are  i- '"'il BIousl lint it $j 50 and $400  jL blankets  i" <i C tii-tdi in woj!    You should see  _ >  ui \ int r 1 latikets   is we ronsid  1 1 <- on tin. mirket foi  tbe moi cj  1 $4 50 !o $/ _o per pair  99     C  Ma___xor__e. of lOTNEStAK, WATER  ?HS^t.'M CUMBERLAND j  the newe t    I  I ^  Made from  our line 1   i_  we  4,__ ^  D.NSMl IR   \\ 1 NVr  HUMB^  There's a Difference is the price,  ��������� JiljilSuii   in b it II ei 0 s no piactieal d ffaoncQ  11 th    value     1 J   tfllo 0 ov <j( the e CjUea    Soma   wore  J   i������R I 1   I i   it   somo   n Mjl,   ���������op-jM[_il    a��������� 1  _ Le 1    e  bea    u t     i    1 uo   A le^ i iU(.s ot ly   bt all |  a o offi. oil    t bu   (duello        lit ub kttoi jo r reg.   is  t e ta a I    o &!  II ao d ] a Molilalia  DON 1 low I I���������TS .t   ttoos|     Ittnr    cf    10 00���������,!  Pt  llaUs (It!,  jn   to   i   tlokft wl lol   in J alm ��������� ���������   ;) ���������  (I owl n for a 51 oOO    Ol rl \ to  fflCS PLIMLEY  :vj \ at ut. t, i uu i vicTosiiA, a a.  ~    ~     -J    -m u ~-==gfflBMimKdijmttiiiir wAgaamM mw.\&

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