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The Cumberland News 1912-12-18

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 .���������M&mfmy**V!LmVB*^^      ���������in*i1*Mr������lM5e������S3  WISH fi  (BERRY GHRISTffifi  //:���������  ***  m  m  Ai Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  Tiik N Ews, Twentieth Ye-ar.  CUMBERLAND   IJ. C,    WEDNESDAY,   DEC:, 18, .912  Subscription $1.00 a Year  "Th������ Store of  Quality."  "ThcStoro of  "���������Quality," ...  For "Xmas Buyers.,   Every boat  adds to  our Christmas Stock of  That  young or  ire useful���������something   for  all;  old.       Call in aud seo for  yourself  Our Grocery Department is  FIRST m TOWN  Fresh, Clean   New   Groceries    for   Every  .Requirement in  Abundance,  Store Opsn Every Night During  The case of Rex versus Pick-  ard, which lias created so ���������mncli  interest in Cumberland, had a  sequel yesterday in the Supreme  Court in Vancouver, Pickard  was arrested by ������ the police at  Cumberland some weeks ago on  a charge of'vagraucw The ar-  rest arose out of alleged obstruction of the sidewalks at Cumberland during the trouble there.  ���������During ihe disturbance at the arrest il was reported that Chit f  of provincial constables had  ���������struck Pickard, This was denied, however, Pickard appear-d  before Magistrate Abrams and  was fined. Mr. Leighton, of the  firm of Bird. Darling and Leighton, of Nanaimo, appealed  against the decision and an order  was made yesterday quashing the  conviction.���������Nanaimo Herald,  Dec   ii.  Meeting of The Council  Holy Trinity Church���������Morn  ing service on Christmas Day  al  11 a- ur, aud at St.  Peter's, Comox, at 3 p.   in.  Francis Vey, priest in charge.  There are over 2i,ooo paid  daily subscribers to The Sun, a  daily Vancouver papor. These  figures do not include street saies.  -.<������������_  E. C. Eiude, is agent' for the  "Ford"' and --Chalmer" automobiles.    Cars for hire.    Phone 18  SIMON LEISER & CO., LD.  4ft������8&|S^ $%&������������&.  tmtfmt*Jt*a?**mmtmti**mimr*m^  mat amtm)t*mXmatm2imTmra**^rma*mT*^  ���������iTrnsH-w vpotas*! yvatsaaa wxxim ���������waa-saw ������xav  emTmrnmOa   &_____. _4a_KK__ |__������U_{_. _i_._fcl WSm  RICH GUT GLASS  &SII1VBRWAR  amp  tmrk  The    License   Commissioners  met 011   Monday   evening,   and  granted temporary permits to ihe  Yen dome aud New. England hotels for the salo of liquor. Chief  Constable Stephenson, who was  piesent, recommended the reopening of the bars and whole-  -ato" liqur.r houses. He asked  and ,'.was gran ted    pei missi'q u   10  dose up all.such places if occasion required  ty  (f?        4TK  m  .������ W  iin  Iw ���������*wp*i'^'*4ww<������^-t������*r^*������������*������*������iP*<;*r**#ii������**iwn***J*i������V"������' 1  ��������� wii.wmm������*mm **************  tuc    IFWFM FR  fit   l������M-tf %aJ   IkH     W     V      (NM Lm !������PM 1^      E     \  ������**������������������������������������*��������� tfffr.���������-���������-���������'���������*������-'��������� ���������  Then yon- will  remembed be, 1 j,^  if you buy,some of thoso   Xmas  Cards at The Big  Store.    Every  price from 5c, to 1,25.  T. E. Banks, John Thomson  and T, IC. Pates, are being mentioned as likely candidates for  the mayor's   chair at   our   next  *>  civic election. No mimes arc being mentioned for aldernianic  honors as yet, .,*  Eddie lloicmnn, aged 11 years,  sou of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur  ���������BoiTinau, of Little Qiiulicuin.  was acckl-ulally shot and killed  yesterday afternoon by his seven-  year-old brother, James, through  the careless handling of a 22-  calibie 1 ilie, which had -bun I* ft  loaded 011 the kitchen table.  The tragedy 'occurred in the  home of the Boremiins', fanners.  residing iu Iho vicinity   of what  is known a**; Trail lie Id'  near Little Qtuilicinii,  iy miles   from   this   city  loaded ri fie yyae picked   up from  the table  by the K*ver.*-ycar-old \ l  lad who iu  handling   the   same  pulled the trigger,   the   weapon  IVO'I'V   f||l.'/������ll'1 1*IV!   fl        (III.    lll'Jlol       O'l  U.\^  :1k:   )\-.u)   of   ll;v   ,l\ 1 ' **  brothel'unci causing   nlniost   instant death.  Provincial Constable Uanuny  yyill leave for the scene ol the  uccidcut this morning and make  nn investigation into the eirctiiu  stances ciutuccted with the sad  affair. -Nanaiinci Jb'rnld, Dt-c  t.\.  Mr. and Mrs. W. IC Lnwuii-e  arrived home from Vaucuuv*r  on l������*t-i������liiv I ist.  'Hie City Council met in regular session on Monday evening,  there being present Aid. Banks,  Beveridge, Campbell, Cessford,  Willard'and'the mayor.  The minutes of previous meet-  iug were read aud  adopted.  Accounts:  .Tommy's   Bicycle  ,-Shop, 1*1.50;   A.   B.   Crawford,  5.25; S. Lcu*er & Co., 450.  Constable    Gray's    report:���������  Scavenger,  894.50;  Hall   Ileal,  40.00; Police Court,   iS.oo;  Pilsener Brewing Co., 5.00,  Committee that was appointed to interview Chief of Provincial Police Stephenson, re removal of special police, and reopening of the bars, leported  that the chief could not see his  way clear at that time to accede  to either requests.  fide walk Committee reported  on sidewalk as complained about,  lied stated, that they had inter  viewed the contractor, wbo sta-  !ed that he could do nothing in  way of repairs to same, until  spring, and would leave $roo 00  of the amount due him, for that  purpose, he, having tlie option  of doing the work at  that time.  The reports of both committees, were accepted as' satisfactory.  ____.Ald,__I!ej_eridg_juotfed,-tliat-re--  porter Bickle of The Islauder,  be prohibited fiom attending  council meetings, as he had in-  ."-rreetly reported proceedings of  same. The mayor slated, that  the council had not the power,  unless specific charges were laid  and proven. A.M. Campbell contended that the Islander's last  report of council proceedings,  was incorrect and misleading.  There being no seconder to tho  motion,   the matter   mis' drop-  tf  PHONE 10  0. UOX 100  T>o your Christmas  I  ONLY TWO  WEEKS LEFT  We    invite   your   inspection    of   our  SPECIALS IN   FANCY GOODS  AND CHILDREN'S TOYS  and other Jines 6uit.ihle for  XMAS GIFTS  Everything in Seasonable  Fruits and Groceries  A.NL) EVERYTHING. THE BEST   '  acfarlane brothers  THE OTRNEIi STORE,      <VVNSMVIR A VENUE  ���������s Swamp,  si'inc thir-  The  Aid. Campbell ''-'moved, sec. by  Aid. Cessford, that; the reporters he requested to be more accurate itt leporliug t.ho proceedings of: the council.���������Carried.  John Marocchi aud Frank  Scavai'do requested a i eduction  of city lii'iior license, as they iu j  future would have lo take out  a provincial license as well, to do  business outside the city   limits.  It was stiggcstud, that the  wholesale liquor men petition  'he new council, as the life of  the present council was too short  to tnke any action, as the by-law  govern iug the sale, of liquors  would have to be amended.  Board of Works reported, that  street crossings would be attended to immediately.  Aid, Banks reported on the  hettcr lighting of Ihe city, and  stated, that Mr. Wiuuinghuui,  who yvas present, would explain,  Mr.Winniugham tated, that four  arc lights on Dunsmuir Ave.,  would cost $20 additional per  nioulh. The lamps would cost  S20_eaeh,.and-the--four-~hange_s  $50. The matter was left to the  new council to deal with.  Mr, McAllister, on behalf of-  the U- M. W, of A . asked for a  donation toward' a Christmas  tree for the striking miner.*' children. Aid. Willard said, that he  would have no objection to a do  nation being giveu for that purpose, if the city had the money to  spare, which they had not, but  was prepared to give a private  donation toward the tree. Aid.  Banks was of the same opinion  as Aid. Willard in regard to the  city donating. Aid. Beveridge  and Aid, Campbell were of the  opinion that the council could  make a donation if they wished  to, as grants had been given in  the past for less worthy objects.  . Aid, Beveridge suggested thnt  the matter be dropped, and that  the party who made Uie request,  canvass tbe aldermen for a donation, yvhich some of them suited they were willing to make.  Council adjourned.  Mrs. Little and   Mis.  Gillan--  ders left for their home in   Vancouver by Suuday's boat,  ___i_gs.  o o    1  _y_oungcst-dan-.  Several of our business places  are handsomely decorated for  Xmas.  Coqiiitlnm is nil light, Rejoice all ye people thnt, have iinui-  ey invo'-Uul there,  for  great  will  ���������Mrs.J_  ghter of the late Alfred Walker.,  and sister of Mrs. Frank Dalby  and Mrs. Ah x Maxwell, died at  Los Angeles, California, ou Friday kst. The remains were  taken to South Prairie, Washington, the home of the deceased's mother, Mrs. R. Mclntyre,  for interment. Mr. and Mrs. A.  Maxwell left on Saturdaj-.lnst, to  attend lhe funeral. The late  Mrs. Riggs was a resident here,  for a number of years, and   wilL  be remembered as Ethel Walker.  1 ��������� ���������  ���������������������������' ���������- ������������������ .-O ',    -"  -  Tuesday night was a wild one.  Harry Creech   arrived   home  from Victoria on Tuesday.   -<������������������-���������-~  Clyde Creech, the young lad.  who was recently drowned by  the plunging of a car into Ihe  Frnscr river, was the only son  of Mr. Kobei'tV Bert' ) Creech,  cf Vancoum, nnd a relative of  Mr. Many Creech and Mrs Ja-t.  ' vSteyyart of this city.   ���������4>..   Mr. and Mr*. John Matthew*,  Shaughuessy Heights,   Vaucou--  ver, B C. announce the engage  ment of lheir daughter,  Viola,  lo Dr, J. IC,   Montgomery, $ur *  gcon, R. M. S., Kuiprejw of Jap  au, iho marriage to  tnke   plaeu  very shortly.  The Canadian Bank of  Com.  ho your   reward,   Sho  abend liko wild lire..  is  going] merce wiil  shortly opun   up  branch at Corn'may.  2BO-3ISZ%mR32l-^^  See CAMPBELLS for Holiday GIFTS  01^E^E3_^0_^0P^_^l__2!S_3'������  ('b-ir'fi- J'n*"'*ifn  has hivu nu���������iitiouwl  tio at it CLariii),  ���������:    fime     'h**  for mayor.   Men's Department  Men's Fiiiv.-y V'l'sv*, Ovcrninii, Shins, lhe well-  l-,-,,,,.,, -r ,-r. f:.-,. >,, I*,-,!..,., ,.-.-   1* ..-.-,.,... r-.-..,..-     ., I ,.- ,���������  '  , ��������� ���������        ' r,"  fissnunieiii---Mcir'.-i J'.inls, striped nnd j-Min,   Suits  of  all similes, UKiU'ii'il*. ami stylos,  U.iis j-iiltin.*, Cnllai  ISOXI'S, JltKllS (ind  .'ilHrC'S OK*. I'lC  A   l%'''i'r trtt������*_���������** iltan wc sliowii previmiily in  Mc.i.\ Ti������-������, !fv,'.,i!u  put up m (liti--ini 11  i'uIi; ', h U tn j/'t |,ir  l.if.f-, !;.:!;,, A..,. U.iimL, ru. .ill  u.rv lloxf**. No tinillilc -tn ilf-  r.i I if ct* .'.-r t * Ui "t in '���������'.  Kvi'ivllni.'.* (���������*���������' ijov  sjjiiv.t  in; Iiiii" ��������� ���������'���������<��������� hi-' ���������������!'  and y/nf:    l'lr*n*ic rail anil in-  I'vint lor llifin.  Ladies' Department  The bipgoBt lino oyer tinown in thin district  ���������l T  vwn.'i    ������ 1 .UluU<t.((.p,  UmbrolliiH, Hiik Unchir,Ml-irt*i, DreM-f Goodn (tc.  LiidiiiH,' MipHt"-* nnd Childrnri'.*1 ('oatB in nil  riiyfca and imi'f.'inlM. ���������  A fine runu" of ChriBtnniR Wjiiriti* in tuffo'a  mi'PB li ������ o'c , into nrrivi'd,   .S'i< tl on:,  ;*I(KiO Hundl'i-rclrii'fH for womoii; ibid one o(  tlm Jcvdint) iiii.m for ('hiU'iiiiVii (ilfti*,  Uiiu*, Hiiiidlriri'liicfr' nnd nil l*indn ol neck  wear put up i'������ ^'puile Xm������* fancy box?*.  CAMPBELL   BEOS.  v  I  ^gfzmmt-iymmavmmwmma^^ '���������^^y-s^*> >���������***&***?-.:  I  THE NEWS. CIJMBERLAim 1*. tt  IN THE  BALANCE  By L 6. MOBERLY  Author ������I  "Den and Another," "A Tanc-***  \N*b,"   "Bin of Alison Door-  lng," ote, etc  WARD, LOCK  A CO., LIMtTSD  London. Melbo_mo ond   Toronto.  TO EXCHANGE  \utomob!le, .10 Horse Power McLaughlin, first   class   con-  diti-ii, I'or .good quarter or half section of land.  ;   -otri C.P.R   Transcona.      Clear'title and some cash for      ...*;,  -._���������       wild or improved land.  Houses. Six fully modern, w .-11 rented, close to center of  y.'innipcg, for section or more of wild land.  Agents wanted in -every town to whom we will pay a liberal  commission "or all business transacted for us. Wrlto for'our  list of snaps in Farm Lands, City Property and Acreage  SCOTT, HILL AND CO.  22 Canada Life Building, Winnipeg, Man.  You see, this doctor fellow always  Irritated me, he went on ln confiden-.  lial accents, still addressing a companion of his fancy, and glancing from  him to the now unconscious Dynecourt. He was so devilish superior,  you konw���������much too superior for me.  lie thought I was mud, his voice sank  to a lower whisper, and so 1 was���������just  for a bit, You do go mad after you  kill anybody; it's funny why you  hhould, but you certainly do. 1 went  mad; now I'm all right, and I've a  good mind���������I've a. very good mind to  kill this silly ass chap here; his glance  again wandered to Dynecourt's white  lace, but���������1 don't believe I will���������not  to-day, anyhow. His tones suddenly  became,airy. 1 must get away- later,  and some day���������at a more convenient  time��������� He broke off with a laugh that  was audible to the man on the box  and startled that somewhat inert person out of his Inertness. He glanced  round, with the intention of stopping  and clambering from his seat to investigate matters; but at'tho same  instant Soames thrust his head from  tho window.  Stop at Notting Hill Gate Station,  he said with all the alert decisiveness  of his best days, and with a perfectly  sane ani normal expression of countenance, and tlie cabman, satisfied that  all was well, jogged quietly on again:  You'd better sit, quiet up in the coi������  ner, the lawyer muttered, addressing  the unconscious Dynecourt and .pushing hini into the darkest part of the  conveyance; and you'd better pull  your hat down over your eyes, he continued in an uncanny whisper. Nobody need know that you're not quite  yourself. Again he laughed, whilsT  hia hands drew Dynecourt's hat far  down over his forehead, and his laugh  again attracted the cabman's attention.  5 Been hav in' a drop, 1 dessay, he reflected philosophically, his reflections'  being endorsed when Soames, alighting, from the cab, bade him drive on'  to Dynecourt's address, and .added  with a significant wink���������  The gentleman may want helping  out; he's���������a bit���������sleepy.  ___I_he_cabman_-sv.ihked__.i.n b_s__t__n���������  whipped up his horse, and drove  away, whilst Soames   vanished- into  "Hllertinlirtyhecourt'Snear, wake up  and let ine 'elp yer out of the cab.  We've got you 'onie now, and you'll  soon be all tight.  A faint shiver ran through the unconscious man, the raucous voice  seemed to have penetrated to his hearing, his lips moved, and his eyes half  opened,  Mad, h^ jerked out. I ought���������to  have known���������still���������mad!  the station, and Dynecourt lay back in  the cab, his hat low over his eyes,  his limbs limp and motionless, in an  unconsciousness that needed no  feigning.  The cab drove up to the door of his  lodgings, the cabman slowly crawled  from his box, but' the man inside  showed no signs of life, not even 'stirring when the cabby loudly requested  bim to get out, and even shook him by  ���������the arm.  Look 'ere, sir, he shouted at last,  you can't sit in my cab all night, and  you'd best come In and   go   to   bed.  That's the place for you.     You make  ,an effort and get out o' my cab.  There was no movement in the limp  form which t? the cabman'e eyes suddenly began to assume an appearance  of dreadful llfelesBiiess, and the arm  ho had grasped und shaken dropped  from his grasp just as���������just, as a dead  man's arm would have dropped, he  thought. lie stood for a moment  staring blankly into Dynecourt's face,  next ho looked up and down the deserted street, and then he entered tho  cab and bent ovor the prostrate form.  I don't want nothin" to do with inquests and question'' and the polico,  he murmured. If I could get him  out of this, rtnd get away myself, 1  should feel better,     'Ere, mister, ho  The Best Treatment'  for Itching Scalps  and Falling Hair  T* ������-*,,<. itriitnr- nml Irrl'Mlnn nt Uia neMr*.  Iircvimt dry, tlitn mul lullmif Imlr, tcuimX-*  .,!.,',:,, i.-.lw It-:.f iff ���������!' :'.t, tmf }" "���������"'���������'' *'!''  (Towth nml lio'iuty of llir* hnlr, tlmnilltrV'Intf  tncclfiltrcnlmi'nt In mot effective-, ������i;rr<*iil)|. -(������������������mur-i'i itt. On wlljlnp, romK ihr*. 'nir  mit i.tralftht ull i-rmintl.tlic-n l������*i[lu ut tin* iM������  nml make a fmulrifr, uvnUy niM.)"'*; ''iH.vUijl  (iliiim-nt Into Dip niirtl*r; wiiirftM ri> ;������������������t  <i. .....  ii.i.i,,..       ....... rT.i     i     i.    ���������   .  ������'i'l;iunRl ph'tni'V'Toli'Iiit nn i/iV-ii ,Hp,������ii  miriltl*wlio|ij*iriilpliAHlif'i*ntri*tttci|,llifiiMr.  iiiii*.bi'lrw loKftttlinCutlt'*ra ijlnimt in on ili>]  KCiilp tY\\i rntW thun on llm Imlr. It Hwill  lo ���������ilaco ������ llittit fiwrln'j ovi-r the huh to  iifoKu't llio jrllliiw from |iii*i*I!*I������ Mulo. J lis  next trioruliiif, fchuiii'uio with Cult'.-!-*, noiip  nml hot wan-r, Hhninpoo*) ivlwio way Im  u.cil us ofliMi ������i 6i;rni';il)l������, but ������r  t'vl-*.* a r.i--nth I-i (rein-rally Kiif?V,..'tt tir  tliU r.ft/rUI irr-tinMit for women'''���������.'������������������������'��������� Not-  wliliMjiKllna CutlcurMoip ond ou.tuw-i't ttn  fii-.M   f'-i ry������-Vi>>,   fl,r,.fl  v-MiInf to  try tliU  itr.fmt.M may t\i m> wlllimit *���������r*-.iK.i by  t.i jr.4i.ttfr to --UutlriirB." Dfpt. 4M, llonton, II.  ti. t.. tut a fr<-������imiiipl* nf Cutlrui a ���������������<_**> oml  oxt'-jtst, vitb ml-p. -ook un t*:u auii hur.  CHAPTER XXIV  In the Private Ward  The grey dawn crept slowly into the  loom, showing the color of the bare  walls chasing the shadows from the  dark corners where to Oliver Dynecourt's  disordered  senses,  madmen's  laces had peeped and gibbered at him  through all the wakeful hours.      He  could  see  clearly  now   that  exactly  opposite his bod was the fireplace, not  a bottomless cave   In." which   lurked  some unthinkable horror.     Now that  Uie shaded lamp was extinguished, to  be replaced by the beginning of day-  tlight, there were no longer those long-  strange  shadows  that  had  flickered  over the ceilings and across the, wall  in such jWeird, brain-racking process-  Ion.     That object in the far corner  was  transformed  into  nothing  more  terrifying than a   wash-hand    stand,  and the uolid'mass which to his wandering brain ihad  seemed  to be coffins piled one upon another, resolved  Into a commonplace chest of drawers.  Memory lame slowly back to him as  the room grew lighter and lighter, and  he recognized tha'; he was not in his  own hospital.     All that had happened  the evening before, all that which, during the night's restlessness, and semi-  delirum had passed from his mind, returned to it, and he remembered his  drive witU Soames, his own insensate  folly in'the .lawyer's apparent-sanity, the blows which liad stunned hini and left -him a helpless victim in tho hands of a madman.     His  head still ached and throbbed, and he  had an absurd feeling that his brain  was nothing more than a lump of jel-  '.y;   but he could at any rate think  definitely enough to lay at his own  door the blame for all that occurred,  and to make up his mind as to the  course of conduct he should adopt.  He dimly recollected being led into  obsequious cabman and handed! over  to .his landlady with some significant  words as to his condition, which at  the time had struck him vaguely as  rather odd and inadequate.  Lying thero in the quietness ofJ  early dawn he recalled Mrs. Evans'  disgusted countenance and the sharp  manner which had changed to consternation and alarm when she discovered that he was not drunk, as  the cabman had implied, but suffering from a murderous attack by a  madman.  When his memory had carried him  so far over tho past it refuB'ed to  carry him further with any continuity  or coherence. A colleague who had  bat beside him on the couch in his  consulting-room, and who had questioned him closely, only came back  to him as a tiresome meddler, who  made the pain In his head worse and  hindered tho sleep for which he longed. A confused recollection of driving to thu hospital and being put to hands that touched him gently  merged into the fancies and terrors  of tho night, and ho tried in vain to  recoil whether he had said anything  to put. tlio polico on Soames' track,  and If so, what ho had said.  I meant to havo given .lilm a. good  litart, ho thought, his hands moving  restlessly over tho sheet, in conjunction with his restless thoughts. I  can't, havo him caught., oven though  ho has knocked me over ilio head; ho  might say too much if ho was allowed  to speak; ho must got right away and  then no one vlll over know that he  und  I His  retlootioni*  broko  off  as a long ray of sunlight shone Into  tho room, and upon his own reatless  moving handft.  Ho uni] I, ihu tliougiiiH raced on  again, he���������Iho rascally luwyor���������-mul J  'ho I'l-due*; minn-on. Ho laughed  weakly, a laugh of contempt ut himself. 1 ���������looked on iiiym-If-and I uiu  looked uponuh ii decent. Hort of ���������������������������Imp  ���������--honorable anil upright, anil���������piih!  Ue tunii'il Ills head away from the ray  (������f mm shine, and burled It in the pillow,  I've got ih.) truth mil of Soiuiu-h for  Tiorolhy'H f*iiki\ ami lo huvo- -Morn*?''*  ley, his niodltutloiiH rambled on In-  '���������<ii!Bi.!il,i<*ii!ly; but���������I rmi*.*t let lierj  know the wholo truth. Hho would  never look lit mo ukuIii If hIio know  Ihat Ho'iinr*' and I had luirgalnoil tu-  go'hor over���������-1 luniohloy'n money���������awl  1 eiin't. >l her knew ihut���������I cmi't luso  her now-my (toil, I oiui'l loin* her  row!'  Tho outburst of rmollmi, tho H**iii|.������  liilo of jmkhIoh williln lilin, left thoir  miirku on bin fuci* ami in hl������ gloaming  I'VCH, nnil when, nn hour or two hiler  Uaro Kcvitu softly cntei'Ml tho room,  ������>li.      i,,*.->    !.i,.i ,.tl il    ,1,1     ,,..1    ������i.|i|>,..', ,1,,,.,   ,  liat. hi.-i' i/.vn manner allowed nolbliig  but Us ihuiiI quid fialiiincRi",, and her  ��������� yen met hla trmihloil onos \.*UU rt  J.iiillii'iK (.ni'iii'itnce"' Infinitely ivfm'iiI  i Ui tho '-'IH< mnn  Now lliat you are In my ml mio  ward, t-lio Haiti gaily, you will have to  do exactly aa I tell you; all my patients (hi And you have been ww-  ryiti'n ovfi* Hiinoihing hUivi* ynu woke  this morning, haven't you?  (To bo Continued)  Children Sold Into Slavery  Did you know that the selling of  children into actual slavery,still exists  as a recognized institution in a civilized community? '  The slavery referred to is a practice  at Friedrichshafen, on (he Lake of  Constancy, where there is an annual  market for children. They are sold  outright by their parents to peasant  Tanners from Wurtemberg, Baden, and  Bavaria, for a season's work on the  farms. Hero are seen boys and  airls from eleven years of ago to sixteen���������-children, for the most part, of  'iyrolese woodsmen who are driven  by sheer destitution to send their offspring to work I'or the farmers and receive the money for them.  The children are gathered together  nnder the "care of a priest and taken,  to the market, where they aro put up  at auction and inspected by prospective purchasers like so many cattle.  This year 125 boys and twenty girls  were sold. Owing lo''the . demand  the market was strong; a sturdy lad  of ���������sixtee.*i, able to swing the scythe  all day, brought as much as $70. Some  of the older girls netted their parents  $60, .while some,of the tinier went i'or  $15.     - .     , "  The sale is tragedy with a high flavor of the dramatic, for it "ia well  known by the parents that many of  the children will not come back in the  winter, when they are supposed to  return home They will have succumbed to overwork and underfeeding  and abusive treatment and home sickness. Every year many,die off. The  priests try'fo control" the danger by a  black- list'-'against fanners in whose  liands slaves have died,but each -year  more die. -  The practice.-Is the ������������������survival of an  ancient custom.  a Memory Device  The flrst mechanical apparatus Intended to prevent the busy man from  forgetting any of h.'s engagements has  ,'ast been devised by a New York inventor, and is described, with Illustration in the Sepember Popular Mechanics Magazine  The new memory device is operated  by a large spring, released at predetermined intervals by au ordinary  clock.  It is a desk fixture which keeps accurate time, arid , occupies" a desk  space only Gin. in height aud-81ii.  Jong.   .'.''���������"  It has the appearance of a desk-  clock with three sets of pigeon-holes,  one series for the months of the year,  another for the days of the month,  and the third for each quarter of an  hour of ho day.  A busy professional or business man  wishing to be reminded of something  he ls to do In the future, makes a  memorandum of it on a card and drops  it into the case in the pigeon-hole set  aside for that purpose.  No matter whether the engagement  is for a year ahead, or for the next  fifteen minutes, a bell rings when that  particular lima comes and a card automatically drops down before him,.  NEW  C.P.R.   STEAMSHIPS  In sreaking of the two new steamships the "Empress of Russia" and  the -'Empress of Asia." which (Ji������-Canadian Pacific-''Rail way is building for  service on tho Pacific Ocean between  Canada and the Orient, a C.P.R. official remarked yesterday that he felt  justified in saying that the two new  boats would be the safest vessels  afioat.  "In preparing the plans for the new  "Empresses," he remarked, "we took  v articular care to make provision for  all exigenoies, and as a result tlie  boats-aye as near to being unsinkable  as cau be built. The new "Empresses" are being\built. with double  bottoms and watertight compartments, the latter bei*ig numerous and  closely placed, Ordinarily, if a ship  :'s designed to fioat with only two corn-,  partments flooded, a sufficient margin  of:,-.safet? is thought to have  been allowed, but in the cases of the  new "Empress of Russia" and "Empress of Asia,'- \should four compartments be Hooded they will still float,  .'n'the matter of safety, these aro the;  first- vessels built, to' fulfill' these: con-  ���������litious."   '���������.-.-. .  - ":"    ;  It was aiso.,, staled that'���������". the -new'  '���������steamships would-be equipped with all  ihe other latest devices malting������for  Safety, such as" wireless apparatus,  search lights, submarine signals, and  from, the very moment they are assembled, the members of the crews  will be trained in the life saving, fire.  Chinese Logic  A tourist, in pricing tea ln a Chinese store in Shanghai, was surprised  to find that he could purchase five  pounds of a1 certain kind of tea for  two dollars, but that if he bought ten  pounds the price would be five dollars.  The tourist argued with the Chinaman  that such au arrangement was ridiculous, but tlie proprietor of the store  insisted that logh was on his side.  More buy, more rich. More 0rlch,  more can pay,'he explained.  It Is the duty of every one ot-you  to make at least one person happy  during the .week, said the Sunday-  school teacher.     Have you? ������������������._������������������  I did, said Johnny promptly.  That's nice. And what did you  do? '    .  I went to see my aunt and she's always happy when Igo home again.  Apropos of the question whether w<?  should pray for weather changes, ail  amusing story is told in tlio West  Country. A. rector, was approached  by the churchwardens of a neighboring parish with a, request that hC  would offer up prayers for the cessation of a long spell of rain. They  wero naturally asked why they did not  go to their own rector.  .'Tam't no use going to he; he's too  fond of fishin' waa the reply.  Anothor story on the same subject  Is that when a clergyman was asked  to pray for rain Iio-replied:  My good friends, what's tho use of,  praying for rain whilst the wind is In  the east? -  NA-DRU-CO  ^LAXATIVES  HF Women's commonest ailment  mm ���������the root ot so much of their  ���������I Ill-health���������-promptly.yields to  ��������� the gentle but certain action  ��������� of Na-Dru-Co Laxatives.  ��������� 25c. a box tf your druggist's.  NATIONAL BRU- AND CHEMICAL CO.  OF CANADA, LIMITED.  Ut  Not Accepted  A tilo of professional story-tellers  were in a cosy corner of the club,  spinning yarns. Brown had just told  a most unbelievable story; and the  other two c'anced at each other ques-  Moningly.  Well, I acsure". you, gentlemen, said  Brown, if I hadn't seen it myself I  shouldn't have believed it.  Ha���������h'm���������well, said ono of tho two  doubtful ones, you must remember  old man, that we didn't see it.  Salford cattle market, the largest in  the North of England, supplies meat  to a population of 10,000,000.  Dictated newspaper matter to.a total of one thousand words has been  taken down in shorthand,in five minutes.  Df Clark's  S^tr  *,">>  NiiRJiliSd:  WHATAREYOUR  KIDNEYS FOR?  ssKWI  <��������� R������ii������v-">**���������;��������� ii*  ^^WlW&g  ������������������N,  '���������*������������������<���������  *>ropri������l������0^  \o niter poisonous ncids and waste matter from the  "tidneys   n  be-/ cannot   properly  sr pr       .._ _  ���������system,    What ihapprns   if the  kidneys   nro   not  in  perfect condition?     The  ppisr-ms from the blood.    Whnt then?  .    filter the  first bnckacliea,  pains m the loints and muBcIcs, frequent headaches,  then spots before the eyes, rheumatic pains, theu  chronic kidney disease in which���������nt great expense  ���������only temporary relief can be had. Finally, con-  ���������'_.���������������������������___  is to  keep  stant   sufferinij!   eliding   in   premature deat...  * T^^^r^'^'ia^Sr^^}!}^?^*^ to warn of their unhealthy condition,  Uke DR.CLARK'S.SWEET NITRE __I.I.S. They will help lhe kidneys and  them healthy for the future.   Sold everywhere at fifty cents a bos or mailed direct ly  THE MARTIN, BOLE A WYNNE CO.,        WINNIPEG, CANADA  Switzerland's Eagles -  The latcer-day tourist is very exacting, and it appears from reports made  by guides aud hotel-keepers in Switzerland that one of the points, insisted  upon by visitors is that they should j ^nl other drills, which are a feature  bo able to see eagles soaring above  the mountain-tops and lakes,of that  picturesque playground of the globetrotter.  Eagles,., however, are not of au���������ac-  _.ommbdating-natui*e,-and,canuot-ea&_  ily be .furnished on demand, the only  way to secure their lordly presence  being to leav** them to their own devices, and. above all, not to. interfere  with their predatory propensities by  untimely rifle bullets or with their  domestic arrangements by stealing  their eggs.  Consequently the Helvetian Government lias resolved to constitute itself  the official protector of any eagles  which may deign to choose'that-country for their residence, and the national gamekeepers in charge of the valleys of Muqtt.a,iSihl, and Bisis, which  are the favorite hunting grounds of  the royal birds, have lhe strictest instructions to watch over their comfort. They are neither to bo trapped nor shot at, and the Treasury undertakes to pay for all damages committed by the khigs of the air. The  first bill has already come In for fourteen lambs, four sheep, and one cat���������  iotal $40; but history sayeth not. how  long a period this list, cover"-, nor for  how many oaglo3.  Tho decision of tho Government'  will certainly he approved by all blrd-  lovei'B, and first and foremost by (lie  oagles themselves, who may be ox-  iecled vory quickly to Ilnd out the  lavoi'8 thoy enjoy and to Invito tholr  persecuted brethren from north, south  and east to sham in tlio paternal protection of Helvetia.  of all this Company's steamships.  How's This?  We offer One Hundred IJollars Reward tot MM  Htm of Catarrh that    cannot be cured by  _.*������_������  SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO  ;   ���������: ���������; PETER,HANSEN .-COMPANY'  Grain Commission,Merchants      ,':,_,,;     ;;,.'-        ..-���������       Winnipeg, Manitoba  Tort Arthur or Fort Willi'im.  Notify reter Janaen  Prompt Returns  ���������Make Bills LaCiing read  Co., Winnipeg.  Liberal Advinces  Best Grade*  Catairh Cure.  .1.0HBNKY-&.CO.,-To!{>_0.-Or  More About  We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney  'or the last 15 years, and believe lilm perfectly ho_>  ���������r&ute ln all business transactions and financially  tbloto curry out uny obligations mnde by his Arm.  WALD1XO, KlNKAN _ MARVIN,  Wholesale DrngRlsIs, Toledo, O.  H������U's Catarrh   Cure   is   taken   Internally,- acting  directly upon the blood and mucous mi-face*- ot tin j  system.   Testimonials sent free.   J'rlee VS cent* mt \  bottle.  Sold by all nruwlsts.  Take Hall's��������� Family I'lUs for constlr>,rloa  It Rubs Pain Away.���������There Is no  linlmoiil co efficacious In'.overcoming:  pain aa Dr. Thoinna' Electric Oil, The  hand that rubs rubs llio pain  away nnd en thi:.' account I hero Ih no  jH'oparaiioii thnt standi- ho high In  public osteoni. Tliore 1������ no tjuver  patii-klllov procurable, at* HioukuihIk  (.an at ton!, wim havo iwwl it hiici'('.-;k-  ,'ully In IreatliiR many iillmeniH.  The Retort  Wife���������It makes me ho unhapjiy' to  Ihink that I have married a fool.  .Husband���������Don't worry about that!  Only a fool would have married you.  A Compliment Analyzed  Marie���������Hans says 1 grow prettier  I.-very day.  Gretchen���������-1-fow horrid of hini.  Marie���������I dou't see that.  Gretcheu-���������Look what a fright, he  makes out vou were at the start..  Mlnard's Liniment for sale everywhere  A Moving Story  A. debate was overheard between  some working' me;: as, to whether it  was cheaper to move or to pay rent.  Opinion being about, equally-divided,  they referred the question to tho oldest man they know.  Is ll cheaper to move or to ptiy rent,  um?  Hald ho: Well, malts, yo woo 1 ain't  exactly In a position to auy. I've  always moved.  Coal exported from tho United Kinn-  (loin last year exceeded nlxiy-1'niu* and  a half million ton-',,  What's l!):M. big Iron ihlng? aiil-ed  Laura.  Locomotive boiler, roriHod Tom.  Aftor ti. nioniiMit'H kIIiuu'ii I.jiui'ii in-  f]iiii:t������il:  Why do Ihey boll locoiiiatlvus?  To miilic Vin Irnd'T, n\H Tom,  ��������� The La.t Asthma Attack may really  he Die lafil'ono If prompt inouaures  'ire taken, Dr, .7. I). Kellogg's AbIII-  hiu llimiedy will BiiffiRiiard you. It.  will poi-otralo to tlie mmiUost. bronchial  iinsHiij..o :.nd bring about a healthy  condition. It always relieves and Its  I'onflmu'd use oi'ton offocts u perinan-  nil. euro.' Why nol not, thin long-  I'amotiH rinitody today and comnionco  lis nee? Inhnlnd iih Hinoke or vapor  .'t ii- equiilly effective,  Fl'.'/Joiics���������Di.l you go lo llio lliea-  I ro linu evening. V'ercy'.'  De rirown- No, I al tended n sb-lght-  ol'-liand pi'i'ldrmunui',  J'TizJoiif-B��������� Whore?  He llro .vn 3 went to call on Miss  do Hinyilif and niforod hor iny hand  hut Mho nllBhlul It.  Williln a period of fifty yearn iho  population of tho Uullod Klutofi huy  Ini'i'i'iiHini :i;i(i per cent,  fln yu'.i were bound and fitnuv'-il by  bnndliH whilo In JI iiiy, were you? hmU*  oil n iiarcanllc man of n friend who  had travelled,      Hefjuliir ciunlc-opern  No. '���������tilil 'be nlher, llu*ri������ wim iin-  ibins of Uio coinlc-opei'ii stylo aboui  ihem,     The gtigs ihey uueU were all  W.  N    U. 020  Can Ycu Sec the Point?  Uont'il.t*,}      Xiij,    V.ltiU  "Ml  'hla?  lie- tVTi'it'!������  tnilny���������Wi'ilni'-ibiy    or  ijiiiriiifny'.'  Hhe   \Vi:i!u* :,������laj',  III* Will  I  iv.M-i-:  i\  \i'f London.  If  you  were a  young  limn  in   lhe  l.iltiiilll   Oi   IH-.UIU,   n,mill.Willi-,   in   itiunni.  phynliiui*, cultured, jiossoHsed of five  Million dollars, nnd unmarried, what,  would yon do? nsks Hu* Chleiuw Tri*  i.-uno.      Wo wouldn't do   :t    blamed  'hlii},'.  A Ti'ioiilo fcownii win) pei'h'i.-iid in  lirliiR laxleabR HioukIi h1u> had no  'ut.drt v. iih !���������) ii;*,*. Uiv thuiii v..i_  ii-tiai'i'il a luuitili; by lhe ina������isinU';.  Ilie ib'slro to e������t*api* 'roni Tnrontei iih  illicitly u* iiowflbl" Is not iMiiU-iici' of  maaiiliy; It Inrllrii'es -ound fonimon  .. nte.  Ilu) ll more, Mil., Nov, 11, lOOH.  );iiiai������rs Lliilincnl ('������., Llinltfd,  Hli'H,-I 'caino across a bottlt* of yonr  MINAMVm LIN1MI0NT In llio hands  i.f ono of tho HtuiloulB at tho Unlvov-  i.lty of Maryland, and ho being no  kind as to let nu- uso It for a ver;'  bud p'p,','nin, whicli I obtained In train*  inc; for fool raced, nud to Hay thut It  iiflpuil mo would be putting- It, very  mildly,  and   1  therefore  ask  If  you  ivonlil lol  ino Viuiw of    our.    of    Vfiin*  ugonls  that In closest to Haltinioro  t-o thai 1 limy    oiiulu   koiiio   -ji   it.  TliiinHing .ou In Advance 1 remain,  your.*' l nil v.  W. C, MeClTIOAN.  1-1 SI. Paul slrccl-r  t'tvr, mivet* Tvnmvi'llrv fn  I'.H,���������Klinlly answer ut once.  The Loading Platform  The liresont generation of Western farmer-; will never know the'  difficulties and vexations experienced by their predecessors in tho  earlier years when no ono could get a carload of grain shipped in  bulk except by loading it through an elevator The system forced  the majority of farmers to sell their grain to tho elevator owners  at arbitrary prices, and oft times to submit to heavy dockage and  other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction. Now, however,  tho distribution of cars' as fixed by the Grain Act, and the uso of the  loading platform, provide facilities which enable the farmer to securo  satisfactory treatment in" the-disposal of IiIb grain, and the highest  market prices at timo of sale. Kvery farmor therefore, should more  and more endeavor to use tlio loading platform Ir shipping hla grain  to the terminal elevators. It. is tlie sal-guard o?1 the farmers' freedom in disposing of hia grain to the best advantage for himself. If  farmers refrain from using tho loading pint form freely, it might result, in its bol/ig done away with, because railway companies and  elevator owiiors nro strongly opposed to it. It Is easy to understand  why elevatoj* peoplo desire' tho loading platform abolished. The railway people ci their part say It delays the loading of cars and helps to  ensure cur shortage, This wo know t_ bo nonsense, because fro-  (juently after cars'aro, loaded, whother with grain, coal, lumber, or  other merchandise, they are aid? tracked for days and oven weeks  instead of being promptly moved forward to destination. It Is engine)  shortage and Miortage of competent (rain mon that, mostly causes  grain blockalos on railways and not lack of cars, Lot every farmer  therefore, do all he can to uso tho loading platform and become an independent r-hlpper. In subsfiiMent. adverliRonients wo will state in  detail the savings and other advantages of direct loading into cars  compared -with loading through elevators.  Wo handle the farmers groin strictly on conimlbslon, mako liboral  advances on car bills of lading, supervise the grading at time cars  nre inspected, secure tl.o highest prices at time of salo and mako  prompt ret'.ii'is when sold. Write us for shipping Instructions and  market. Inl'Oi'j'iiatlon,  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  701*703 Y, wfiAIN EXCHANGE.  WINNIPEG, CANADA,  *T*\ ���������_��������� Ihi _-*���������% 1^1      Im I   1^1  Ci  Royal Mail Steamships  FALL AND WINTER SAILINGS  MONTREAL   TO  LIVERPOOL  Oct.  if  During a ellccii-Slon of tho ntuosH  thini'H lu genoral, i:omoone aslced:���������   I  If a young man tultPR hln best girl j  to tin* grand opera, upoindH flflccn uhli-'J  lings on (i P'ipper after the perform-j  iiiii'i*, mul ibi-ii ink'-.* bur liiiiuir hi a i  Inxl-cab, bIiou'i.   ho   kin a   her   good  nliiht? J  Ar. old liai'lu lor who  waa prc-*.������t-?u; i  KrciwJe������el��������� !  I don't  llrlnk h1>������ mifM to fxynvf t  i If,     Hroms* to me be bus done r-jioii-b  j for ber.  Victorian  Tunisian  Virginian  . Com lean  Victorian  Tunisian  Virginian  ricuuteu  10  "      1B  "      04  Nov. ' 1  7  "     15  "     21  MONTREAL TO  GLASGOW  Grampian  ..  Prelcrian ..  Hesperian   ,.  Scandinavian  Grampian  ..  Ptttorlan ..  Hesperian ..  Oct. 12  " 19  "  26  Nov. 2  "  8  "  10  "  23  MONTREAL TO  LONDON  Scotian ..  Ionian ..  Lake Erie  Corinthian  Sicilian ..  Scotian ..  Ionian   .,  Oct. 13  " 20  ������������������     27  Nov, 3  " 10  " 17  "     24  MONTREAL TO  LIVIRPOOL  Tunlolan   ..   Nov. 15  ���������I *>1  CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS  ���������Xl)   ii.i\i..a .11 oai; WuvCOibci   /tii, io ucut.i.uct  m-ii.i,  I!  Special Christmas Sailings  MONTREAL   TO  LONDON  8cotlan  ....  Nov. 17  *, I!,-.. I   ,1  ������"*������������������'���������  MONTREAL   TO  GLASGOW  Pretorlan  ..  Nov. 1fl  11 ..fn  .... .v.  I f. MI ���������. f,  1*  "VICTORIAN/' to Liverpool, from St. John   Dectmber   6  "GRAMPIAN," 1o Liverpool, from St. John         "       12  "SCANDINAVIAN," t������ Glasoow, from PorMand        "       12  "LAKE ERll-V to Havre, and London, from B\. John ..'..       "      12  RATES O F   PA88AGE  ri.lST  CLASS $80.00 upwa.'di  ���������i.COND C ,A33 $47.00     "  THIRD CLASS $31.26     "  A.iii nn-* i.-iilN-ay oi Sif-iniHiiiu Ak������;Ii*- (ov rt-Hervnilou *uf Hurths a������4  further pard":ular8.  W. R.   ALLAN  3C4 Main _t , Winnipeg. G������ner-������l Nerthw������stern Aeent  < 1 nJ  ^Z,.'~i-\'\ir.J ; r.':&-*. -������������������������������������������^T-*-'-?'���������������*- .*-'>y-���������..---.*M~..w���������. ��������� .y.  .._ ,, ,_  f  ^A-i'u  ,*4--s������'.r  <MM il'tmiLL ,'J L-.Tr_ .L.. !?r_F1__.'<QriM" "**i***i^"-*' ���������������-4_* *���������*-*'��������������� ���������+f-*-n'**n'f>*m -**������w������������w% ���������*>���������>*��������������� ���������������������,-���������������<. .*.������, <���������*���������_���������������������������������������-���������������  ._!-._,���������_.__ ,������_.    ,  ������^_un w_-ii-_liT"i;l  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. a  SUFFERERS FROM PILES  Zam-Buk Has Cured These!  v Friction on the   hemorrhoid   veins  that are '-'swollen, inflamed and gorged  .with blood1, is whai causes the terrible  _jaih Mid stinging arid smarting.of  piles. Zam-Buk applied at night will  bo found to give ease before morning.  ���������Thousands-'-of'persons have proved  this.     Why.not be guided by the ex-  - perleric^, e f others?  Mr. Thomas Pearson, of Princo Albert, Sask., writes: "I must thank  you for *.h"e benefit I have received  from Zam-Buk.' Last summer I suffered greatly from piles. I started  to use Zam-Buk and found It gave mo  .-.. clief, so l continued it, and after using three cr four boxes I am pleased  to sny tt Las, effected a complete  cure."  Mr. G. A. Dufxosne, 183-185 ,St.  Joseph Street, St. Roch, Quebec, P.  Q., writes. "I can highlyrecommcnd  Siun-Bi'.k to everyone who suffers from  -���������plies."  ,.- Magistrate Sanford, of Weston.  King's Co., N.S., says': "I suffered  long-J'rpnr itching piles, but Zam-Buk  h..s now cured me."    ���������       '���������'_        '  Mr. William Kenty, of Upper Nine  .Mile River, Hants Co.. N.S.?, says:  "I suffered terribly from   piles,   the  , pain at times being almost unbearable. I ���������rled various ointments, but  everything 1 tried failed to do me the  slightest good. I was tired of trying  various remedies, when I heard of  Zam-Buk, and thought as a last resource I .wculd give this balm a trial.  After a very short time Zam-Buk effected a complete cure."  Zam-Buk is also a sure cure for skin  Injuries find diseases, eczema, ulcers,  \arlcose veins, cuts, burns, bruises,  chaps, cold.sores,,etc' 50c. box from  all druggists and stores, or post free  from Zan.-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  Refuse harmful imitations.  Try Zam-Buk Soap, 25e. tablet.  Contagious  Tho pretty young matron having  come unexpectedly Into the nursery,  found her youngest, the blue-eyed  golden-haired Irene, la tears, and  Smifkins, the nurse, vainly endeavoring to comfort her.  Why, what's tho matter with my  wee pet? asked the fond mother, taking the agitated child' Into her em-  I race. What's mammie's darling cry.*  Ing for?  She's cross,- mum, ' explained the  nurse, because I wouldn't let her go  to the Brown's birthday party across  the way. --���������'.-  Oh, I quite forgot that Invitation,  said tho mistress: but why la Miss  Irene not to go?   ;f   Because,, mum, the Browns 'ave got  charades, so Miss Bella says, and I  wasn't" suro whether Miss Irene 'as  had "em or not. Some things Is so  very catchiu'.     ���������    '   '.   '  THE"ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doors aouth of C.P.R. Depol  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hot and cold water in'every room  Hotel   practically   Fireproof"  All Outside Rooms  Wedding-Ring Lor*  In the Iso of Man the wedding ring  was formerly used as. an instrument  of torture. Cyril Davenport, In Ills  book on Jewellery, remarks that there  onco.-xiated a custom In that island  according to which an unmarried girl  wbo had been offended by a man could  bring him to trial, and IC he -were  found guilty she would' be presented  with a sword, a ropo, and .a ;ring. -,  With Hho sword she might cut off  his head, with the rope she might with the ring she might  marry liim. It is said that the latter punishment was invariably inflicted.  The wedding ring was anathema to  the early Puritan--, who regarded personal p.dornment as one of the many  snares of Satan. In the old English  marriage service, it was the custom  fox. the bridegroom to put the ring on  the thumb, of tho bride, saying: In  the name of the Father; then on the  the next finger, saying: and the Son,  and. then on the second finger, saying:  and ..of tlie Holy Ghost; finally on the  third finger, with the word. Amen.  The ring was left there, because, as  tho Saium ruberie says, a vein proceeds thence to the heart. In the  modern marriage service the ring is  placed at onco upon the third finger,  the invocation to the Trinity being-  understood    -  A Slight Mistake  Thar. I* a railroad out la Colewmdo^  according to tha story of ������ West-am  traffic manager, which seema unable  to form anything like an intimate acquaintanceship between Ita trains and  the advertised schedules. Ita trains  are so proverbially lata that there la  a mild celebration .overy .tlma ona  reaches ita terminal on time.  A few weeks ago tha worl was  passed about the littlo town that No.  2 would get in pn time, and there was  a big crowd at the station. Some  generous citizen provided quantities of  red fire, and set it off along the track.  What's the celebration? the conductor asked when he Jumped off at the  station. ��������� --'��������� ���������������������������'���������  Train actually got In on tlmel explained the crowd.  Put out your fires, the conductor  snorted. Don't you know that we're  Just tw enty-four hours late ?  Merchant (to clerk)-���������This won't'do.  Every time you see a 6 you call it  a 2. What is the matter with you,  near sighted?  Clerk���������No sir. It's a matter of  habit. I used-to work in a ladies  shoe shop. ���������  A MARVEL  OF HEALING  SALT RHEUM OF TEN  STANDING HEALED AS  MAGIC  YEARS'  IF BY  ARLINGTON  CHALLENGH  WATERPROOF  COLLARS  Are the be.* ever mado and are guaranteed to glvo you satisfaction. At  all dealers, or send ub 25 cents atat-  lng sty'j and size required.  the Arlington Co., of Canada, Ltd,  58 Fraaer Ave., Toronto, Ont.  ',-,'��������� .    Glaaa Flowers  la tii* Univeralty Museum ot Harvard la ������ collection of plants modelled ia glasa. It la a wonderful collection both in 6lze and lu tha, beauty  and acenraoy 6_ tha -work. It Includes flowering plants, from tho simplest to the most elaborate and complex,, being dona in the natural col;  or of tha particular flower modelled,  with buds, leaves and stems.  Thia is known as the ,Ware collection. The plants were modelled by  Leopold Blasehka, founder of the art  or modelling specimens In'glass. He  was born May 27th, 1822, In Alcha, a  town In Northern Bohemia. His  father was a mechanician ln electrical apparatus and an artiflcor ln glass.  Leopold began work as a goldsmith,  devoting himself to cutting and setting precious stones, but later changed to metal and glass work.       ,  In 1843 he mado a voyage to the  United States In a sailing vessel, making drawings of marine Invertebrates  which he collected and from which he  constructed in 185S -the first glass  models for,-the Natural History "Museum of Dresden :' :These 'attracted  wide noticei-and were the beginnings  BAKING  POWDER  MADE I M CANADA  CONTAINS   NO   ALU M  CONFORMS TO THE  HIGH STANDARD OF  GILLETT'S GOODS.  mm  ���������-,-''    Not Yet  The General wa3 Inspecting a regi-  ,.. ���������-    ,...._._. ��������� ,.._-���������_���������-.   ,-_ ment of Territorials, the Colonel of  of a business that was limited onl^which waa a notoriously, bad   horse-  MAPLE  BUTTER  All grocers 25c. lb. Tin  An Imaginary Loaf  At the ration store of one pf our  Irish- regiments, Mike Rafferty, an-old  soldier, was engaged in handing the  ioavsH of" bread to tlie elderly,, men* in  their turn. Suddenly'he turned to  the quartermaster, iind with,a twinkle  in his eye said���������:     .    ���������  Av ye plazc, sor, there's a loaf short,  v\ Ilu ii" i~gn u-Il- tu .��������� - ��������� ; -".-- ���������   Keep it yourself, Mike, replied the  quarter-master.  Through indiscretion in eating green  fruit in summer many children become  subject to cholera morbus caused by  irritating acids that act .violently, on  the lining of the intestines. Pains  and dangerous purgings ensue and the  delicate system of.the, child suffers under the drain. In such cases the  safest and surest medicine is Dr. ,T.  D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It  will check the Inflammation and save  the child's life.- '  RAW FUR  renon   is   ijr-idl**   ippijniclilnt.  Htve  you decided   whero  t>  nurltet your colleclioni, - , ._,  Tomnto ii the chvt I* ur mimifncturinu cento ol Can-  ���������di.   Do buiineu direct ������nd get tlie lull value lor your  Prompt f������_i for your canitinmitnli, Ui.lie or imall  Wrile low (or our Indenewa letter to nn mued loon  Atldrci WAGNER, BRASIER & CO.,  !������Front St., EmI.       ' TomrIo, Ontirle  sin r.ohoi'i  this i>it|)cr.  DEHORN YOUR CATTLE  Wonderful how it imp'oven  them, Ufli'iM'H develop into  bolter mllkni'H, Steers fatten  itulC'ker.  KKVSTON10 l)WtOrtN13tl  doe a It. CnlH i'lcnii--liurtH  littlo--dooa not brulfo- llesli  or cniBli bono. Wrlto I'or  lieu  booklet,  R.  H. McKENNA,  St.   Toronto, Ont.   Mention  Mabel���������Ko you hnvo broken off tlio  engagement. Have you returned his  ring?  Amy���������Why no! Tlmt wouldn't, bo  rf-n.ont.blo, Of course, I linvo  chunked my opinion of George, but i  adiulro tlio ring na much ns ovor, ,  -You Htiolco Just now of  Precisely Jiifit what do  Mrs. Green  social tact.  you mean?  Mrs. \Vynn--Hy pocinl I not T mean  getting familiar with all soiis of pooplo without letting tlicm got fuuilllttr  with you,  Young Wlfo (proudly)���������Alfred always imys thero'B no cooltlng UUo  mine,  Undo Crusty (with n ill������ilnlnful  tmlle'i��������� Doon ho? Well, lie's about,  right thero, poor chap,  DODD'S  r���������//, PILLS _-"  V'iii\      -^'  t'S-Air^-^oir',  ��������� ,)Vs___?������SSAi?P!i^'-!  60c. a box or (Ix boxe* tor WHO,  ���������it all dealer*., or Th������ Oodde Medicine Company������ Limited,   Toronto*  Canada.  The Good-Night Message  The evening callers were chatting  gaily with the Kintorbya when a patter,of littlo feet was heard from the  head of tho stairo. Mrs. Kiuterby  ralBed her baud, warning the others  to silence.  Hush, sho said softly. The children aro going to deliver,their goodnight message It always glveB mo  a fooling of reverence to .hear them���������  tliey are so much nearer the Creator  than we are, and they apeak the love  that Is In their littlo hearts never so  fully as when tho dark has come,  Listen!  There was a moment, ot tenso silence.     Then���������  Mamma, camo tlio message.^In a  shrill whisper. Willy town}" a bedbug I       ,y  For some time In Vienna Btrcd'b savings, banks havo been in vogue with  coiiHldorablo success, These savings  banks aro an adaptation ot the penny-  in-tho-Blot ninchlnc, Anyono passing  wishing to doposll, a small sum drops  his money Into Uio slot, Instead of  rnoolvlug bon-bon'* or chocolato In return, ho gets n ticket, for tho coin do-  posited. Tho Uclu'ts nro later honored on proRontntlon at a (lovornmont  Doparl-innut,. lOnoouragod by tho  Biiccosfl of-1 he VIoima experiment the  pooplo of Paris arc lo lutroiliico the  enmo ByHtem Into their Btroets,  l*'e Scored With the Report  Thoro ts a story told of It, 0. Hamilton, tlio onco UluHgow HanKortt' fain-  oub contro-forward, when bin. team  woro playing a holiday match In tlio  North of Bt'otlanil. The Uangoru'  team had a regular day out, as ono  might Huy; all tho forwards Bcorlng  with tho exception of Hamilton. Un-  dor Uiobo clrcumHtanccB tho team unanimously selected Hamilton to write  an account of the match, na his version'would ho, tho mont unbiased.  Thoy wore a bit, taken back to read  whon tho report appeared In print,  tn tlm prYf-r-t flint nrt-nml-sr* weorerl  ������ottl������ for tho Uaugoi'H, llio oi which waa du. to tiie uduiituuio  paublug of liatnllton!  A LlghtBlilp lian Juet boon planed In  cominlsHlon In Qormaiiy that Is pro-  vldfd with tx complete equipment of  tho most modern devices for aiding  nnd warning marlnorR. In placo of  the old-f'JBhloned ninflt-beaconn, the  voiiBtfl carries a single powerful eloc-  trie light not on top nf n hollow niant  or Bbaft, through which tho light cnn  bo TK'ucliod In stormy weather. The  llght'-hlp Ua.i v/Iv-lcc:i tcloKvapli and  tog and Bubir.arino slgnala. Dlci-el oil-  oii''Iiii->h run fi dynamo, nnd two lnrir*'-  tccumulntor bnttf-rlca store the electric  current for emergency uho. The now  vobroI Is 150ft. long and 2-ft, wide.  It will bo stationed near the shallows  at the mouth of tho ltlver Klbo,  Hands Cracked, so Could not Work-  Cures Effected by  DR-CHASE'S OINTMENT  It does not take long for Dr. Chases'  Ointment to provo'.its magic healing  power. A single night is often sufficient to produce the most startling re-  'bults.-- -. ---'v'  Internal treatment for skin diseases  is nearly always disappointing. By  applying Dr. Chase's Ointment to the  diseased parts relief is obtained almost immediately, and gradually the  sores heal up and disappear. Here  ���������re, two letters, which, will -interest  you:���������  Mrs. C.ias. Gilbert; Haystack, Pla-  contla Bay,'Nfldi/writes:���������"I was a  .sufferer ' from Salt Rheum for., ten  years, ana had about despaired ot ever  being.cured; so many treatments-had  failed.'" Reading of "the wonderful  cures effected by "Dr. Chase's Ointment, __I_c__mmenced_^usingJt.__and.jvas.  entirely cured by eight boxes". I  ���������.vant to express my gratitude for Dr.  Chase's Ointment and to recommend  it to all tufferers.". ���������  Mr. Stiiiley Merrill, Delaware, Ont.,  writes:���������"Por years I was troubled  with my hands cracking, often becoming" so sore that I could hardly do  any work. I got some of Dr. Chase's  'Ointment, and happily find that one  or two applications of same to tho  affected parts make them well. I  have had no trouble sinco using the  ointment for sore hands.  Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60c. a box, at  all dealeru, ov Edraanson, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  because he employed-ho'assistant but  his son. '.'''������������������ '��������������������������� ���������;.._������������������ ,-:''���������"     -.-'-,. -.-'  Rudolph, the son, born la 1857, was  educated torbe a naturalist, and readily entered into his work wlh his  father They studied and made mod  els of marine form in glass, which  have been sought by collectors and  are treasured in museums.  In 1854 Leopold made models of  plants in flower. In 1862 he had  completed a collection of about, sixty  specimens of orchids modelled ln  glass.  In 1S8C the Blaschkas were Induced  to resume the consructlon of plants  in flower They also , constructed  models for zoology.; Since 1890 all  their time has been.given to flowers.  They, used "only fresh material (so had  to obtain it close at hand from the  neighboring greenhouses and gardens,  drawing from the Royal gardens of  Saxony and Dresden. America was  drawn upon, plants being sent to be  cultivated in the garden of the Blasehka studio.  In 1892 Rudolph Blasehka wont to  America to study the flora. . He made  a most thorough study of plants as to  color, also* made microscopic drawings of, details and ,of species, and  took back specimens ..preserved in al-  .cohol aud dried for study; He made  collections froin all. parts of, the-coun-,  try, even to the Pacific Coast. Durin  a second, journey ln~1895 he was called home by the death of his father.  Th������ son is still living but so far has  -not- disclosed-the-sccret- of of-making  [,lass models from plants, and if he  does not; before his death the art will  'pass away.  man., As the band struck up tho  march-past the Colonel's horse plunged  violently, and the officer was nearly-  unseated. Every man In the leading  company was very intefc_ied ln his  efforts to retain hl3 seat, with the result that the front rank became bunched up and badly out of line.  Ease oft -there, shouted the .Captain  angrily.'    ' "   fi  He ain't, replied a laughing recruit,  but I'll bet he won't keep on for another two minutes.  ��������� Composer���������What do you think ol  my now song?  ���������Critic���������It needs ventilating.  Composer���������-Needs ventilating?  Critic���������Yes,*the air ls bad.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Complainant���������Your worship, she  struck mo ln the face with ��������� her  clenched fist. That cut was caused  by her ring.  Migistrate���������Where did she get the  ring?  Complainant���������I gave it to her. It  was our engagement ring.      ,  Magistrate���������The prisoner is discharged. That is clearly a case of  contributory negligence.  Nearly all children are subject to  worms;- and,many are born with them.  Spare .tbem suffering by using Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator, the best  remedy of'tho kind thai can be had.  Last night, my wife and myself had  the most foolish squabble of our married career.  What was tho subject of your dispute?  How we would invest our monoy If  we had any.  A pet cat belonging to Miss Christie Macdonald, the actress, has bea;i  given a romavk_rle funeral. The  Dn,-,, which was named Prow, wont to  c-leep In tho actress's trunk, and somebody shut down tho Ud with tho result  that iho animal was suffocated, Tho  actress ordered a rosewood and silver  coffin, $500, from a Arm ot undertakers ln New York, and' in UiIb the cat  was buried."  Now under construction, the super-  Dreadnought Dolhl will carry 13.5  guns, throwing a nhell of 1,4001b,  During the last threo hundred years  a Pope has only preached a sormon  ence.  SIX YEARS USE OF  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ''.'Once"a mother has.used'Baby's Own  Tablets' she will always use them as  long as there aro littlo ones in the  houso. They are absolutely safe and  never fall to cure constipation, colic,  Indigestion or the many other babyhood and childhood ailments. Concerning them Mrs.-13. Simmons, Hamilton, Ont., says: "I havo not been  without,Baby's Own Tablets for, six  years. I have given them to fny  threo littlo onos and find them excellent during teething and at other  times." Tho Tablets aro sold by  medicine dealers or by mall at 25  cents a box from Tho Dr. .Williams'  Medicino Co,, Brockville, Ont.  rA horse lu the field is worth two  In the bara. You can't pro-rent  Spavin, Ringbone,' Splint, or Curb from  putting your horse in the bam but you  can prevent these troubles from keeping:  horses in the bam very lone.   You cau get  KENDALL'S  SPAVIN CURE  Sign Waa Effective  i Tho resident's of one of the-small  California towns near Los Angeles  were annoyed at the constant speed-  .!������_> _#^   ���������".���������<-������__ Aml,.~m. ^..,,_--_*_ ������_   *���������������_.!  iii_~ul_muLui -Qi iVcin -Ovei    luo" _uu%  roads of that section, and so, after  losing several chickens and dogs under the wheels of passing cars, they  made a protest by erecting a sarcastically worded signboard, reading���������  Slow down to 65 miles.  Many a driver who would disregard  ihe ordinary caution to run. at'the  legal rato of twenty miles an hour  Is forced to grin at the humour of this  appeal and proceed at a more reasonable speed.  im \  cu I  piu-j 1  pet  and curs all such ailment**, I'or 35 years,  Kendall's Snaviu Cure has been the horseman's standby. .  Aum'Svhxe, Ont. March 34th, 1912.'  ���������Tliave used Kendall's Spavin Cure for  over 14 years'caring two Bog Spavins, one  Curb, one Boue Spavin and a Ringbone���������all  bad cases. Your medicine is the best in the  world." JOS1AH Ri'DICK.  Price ft per bottle���������6 bottles Jj. Ask  druggist for free book "Treatise on the  Horse" or write direct to us 75  Dr. B. J. Kendall Company  Eaestiarr F������U������, Vermont, V. S. A.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burnt, Eto.  Has Polly got ber muslo lesson mixed up with her gymnasium hour?  Of-course not.     Why do you ask?  I thought from the way sho was  playing she might havo thoughtlessly  taken tho piano for a punchlng-hag.  GOOD STUFF"  A Confirmed Drinker Takca to Postum  W. N. U. 020  Kvf*ryfin* nt mmn limn ffntU a lump  on bin body that he foars may bo a  enncpr.  OI<*rjry ln Italglum are allowed Uinx*  vote*, on the ground of superior education.  A houscwlfo wa*i recently surprised  when cook Horved VoBtum liiHtoad of  iea and coffeo.   Sho says:  "For tho last live or six yearn I  havo been troubled with norvousncBB,  .ndigoHllon and heart troubio. I  couldn't get any benefit from the doctor's inodlcinn, no finally ho ordered  mo to stop drinking coftoo, which 1  _ld, (Tea Ih Jimt an Injurious bo-  oause it contains euffolno���������tho drug  In coffoo.)  "I drank hot water whllo taking tho  doctor's medicine, with somo Improvement, thnn went buck to coffeo with  tho aaino old troubio as boforo,  "A new aorvnnt girl told mo about  Postum-���������said her folks lined It -and  liked it. In placo of coffeo. Wo got a  package but I told lier f dltl not bo-  llovo my husband would Hko it, as ho  was a great coffeo drinker.  "To  mv  RiirnrlHo lift  cnllod   for  ft I  third cup, cald It was "good stuff* and |  wanted tu knoxt  vuut it waa,      U't,*  havo used l-oatum ever Blnco and both  feel bettor than wo havo in years.  "My husband used to havo bad  ppolU with his stomach and would bo  nick three or four davn, during which  rlmo ho foiild not em or drink anything, But Rltico ho gave up coffeo  nud took to Postum, ho has had no  moro trouble, nnd wo now fully believe It was all caused by coffee.  "I havo not bad any return of my  foriuor troubles sinco drinking Postum, and fool hotter and can do mom  work than In llio lant ton years. We  {nil nvoryono nbout II���������sonio miv Hir-v  tried it nnd did not liko It, I tell  >hcm It makes ull the difference as to  hov,' Us made. It should be mad**-  according to directions-- then It Is delicious. "  Nam* Rhert by Canadian Postum  To , Windsor, Onf. ltf>fld ������h������ l������ool.,  ���������Tho ltoad to WeHvUle," In pkgj.  "1 hero's tx reason."  Ever read the above latter? A new  one spp������art from time to time, The*/  Women Pearl Divers  Tlio pearl-divers of Japan are women, Along tlio coast of tho Bay of  Ago and the Hay of Kokasho the thirteen and fourteen year old girls, after  thoy havo finished their primary  school work, go to sea and loam to  dlvo. Thoy aro in the water and  learn to swim almost, from babyhood.  Thoy Bpond most bt tholr tlmo ln tho  water, except ln tho coldost season  ���������from the ond of Decomber to tho  beginning ot February. Iflvon during tho most Inclement of seasons  thoy BomeumcR dlvo tor poarlii. Thoy  ��������� woar a special dress, with tho hair  twisted up into a hard knot. The  cyos are protected by glasses to pro-  vent the entrance ot water.  A boat in command of men Is as-  feigned to ovory livo or ten women  (llvorB to carry ihom to nnd from tho  (irthlng grounds. When tho divers  arrivo on tho grounds thoy imp Into  tlio water at. once, and begin to gather oyHtoi'B at tho bottom. The oys-  tow nro dropped Into tubs suspended from their waists.  When thoso nro filled the divers are  rr,lnod to tho surface nm) Jump Into  the bonis. Thoy dlvo to a depth of  lro 111 five to thirty fathom without  any special apparatus, and retain their  breath from ono to threo minutes.  Their ages vary from thirteen to forty  yours, and belweou twouty-fivo and  thirty Jlfo liif-y tholr prime,'  .. 1 ������������������-��������� ��������� ������������������-���������. -  Bugge���������Have you ever tried bringing out chickens by hand?  Muggo���������Yes, but it wag not quite a  success.  Buggo���������How was that?  Muggo���������I was caught In the act  and got a month for it.  Said ono man on tho street, speaking to a friend���������-Woll, money talks.  Maybo it does, answered tho other, but  all it ever said to mo was good-bye,  ���������_��������������������������������������������� ������ ��������� ii IM< ������������������������ W__������  After tho ago of slxtoen a child's  oarnlngs may not legally bo claimed  by his or her fathor.  You ought to Wear  if  Reliable Merchants have them  in stock  Ready for the Holidays  An hotel keeper who happened to  havo a fair-sized nasal organ was one  day mending a wheelbarrow, when a  pleco of wood jumped up and hit him  on tho bridge of tho nose, cutting  it right across. HlB wlfo dressed It  very carefully, and put on a largo  patch of -sticking-plaster. An hour or  two after a woman who was passing  through the village called at tho houso  and ordered a pint of bftpr. On pay������  ing for the boor Bhe looked at the  hotol keeper and said������������������  Aro you going lor your holidays,  -guv'nor?  No.     What makes you ask?  Oh, nothing, said tho woman. I  thought perhaps you woro when I sou  you'vo got your trunk labelled.  Experlepoo Unnecessary  Tho fitshlonablo practitioner throw a  glance at the dust rond nnd rubbed  his hand-- gleefully. Ids trunk waa  packed, his profesulonnl uttltudo wns  mm imiuu, una ni_ cttrriuxe waa uuo.  Put Ihe .'ii-:d' who v.'')*** to net ay  administering nngol during bis absence did not sharo IiIh mauler's good  tiplrits.  I hope ovorytlilng will bo all right  while you're away, nir, ho said ncri*-  uuhi;i .  Sure to���������sure to, replied the great  M.D.  I'vo-Tve bad such little experience  fclaiilmercd tho young mnn desperately.  NonRcnre! Y011 don't need exper-  tr-nr*t 'i-ili f-umldfinWrt p'lfl^nf.i, {**.  claimed ho who knew tholr ways,  ami-bins: bin hnt. They're ns simple  as A, II, t:. Kind out what they've  been eating nnd stop It. And n������k  ihem wh'fre tlm're going for their hol-  'ilnj-B, and sond thf'tn somewhere olso,  since  In Melbourne nt) Sunday papers ar*  iwmltted, no hotels nro nllowcd to  cpen their bar������ from m Id-night on Bat-  urdny until Monday morning, and anyone driving pniif. 11 plnro of worship nt  a faster pae* than a walk while ������r>r  are g'ehulne, true, and full of Human 1 * Ice 1* In progress Is liable to be ar  .ntereit. (tested.  IRC  NAVY  PLUG  CHEWING  TOBACCO  What the Old  Sail Says:  1  many years  I started to  follow the sea,  and like most  seamen I have  always chewed  tobucco.  They all say as  any, that  Empire  Navy Plug  C h c wing  Tobacco is  the best."  *****  _i_L  ���������*������ A^'iJp])BPWllaw8-  Ui'^4  TiMory   Tuesday  by   the  ; -b ^"5 c *���������   &'  C a mbe t'l and  '���������-c-b'ishing -Company.  :5_2s___a_  ..    .' VI;   .  cy  -rore kk-xu* - f^wi-teia.-xisos?   iuax������&_.*  w>j^-**m*w.a:  ...���������������V(ff",i,,   .���������...,_*.������������������ ��������������������������� ;*���������.������������������������  ^������������������.���������V'^^-lUJ^t^tflFSr.  rjacsawr-r;  iii i������imni������i ������..������i  liii*-, paper  w;ll nut h.oid   itself  :-.. >������-..sibli' far the opinions of oth-  *-, fts may appear in its eohuyirip'.  ���������'. O-Tl' Ul"0 tc timo.      '=..  !'I-:������vi.)'AV',.E|>E(J. 16, 1012  'Sayward LuiCiDistrie'.    '  District of Com*.**. ,t  T-'.'*������������������'���������; N'OriCl.:. th,\t Mir/Thulin of  .','*iui. I', t. r.,'Ci.rf;.iiion married   uc/nan  ��������� >*,.,,^ to apply, fur permission to pur-  ���������   tb.*:  fnii'u.vh;;.' 'kscrihe-1  i'.iiuls:-.  ������������������������������������.!:���������---in},'- -a   a poji  p',:cci   nt   the  <.-> " f r-  ��������� ��������� '-.-������������������y.e���������l coi-r-rr  ci' T.   ...   No.  ^.'3_-8.  - -j '.onh   3 i chiiins,. {hes/we west.' .-;<���������������  ��������� . livfrnc-.*   south 5"'> ebii*^-n'ure or  - -'-.-.vt lint-, r'ni'iVce-.ilo**.*,' rive shon-  SAYWAKD LAND DJLvJTlllUT  District of Sayward, Fk:irif*������ 1,  'TAKE NOTICE that I, Etinzei.  Hann'ai*, by my agent, (Jcorge Ver  dier, pf CnniphcM rfyvfer,'V. 1. occu  pation married ���������.yonnip, intends* H  .ip-ily for -psrmi-sion  to   purcha.-r  *Vie fol'ow-ing dppcrvbed hi-nd*-:-���������  , Comrnencing iUa|\)3t pAan'ed  tviiir tba K. ~&. corner of >t Sol {;  ..Ivmics s-ouih 10 ck'i.nB jter): ita-ince 10 chain? (Her;) tyist'eO* U^s tf  'he point ol coinmSnceni-nt c6*i  ;t**injn'g 20 ucres {i.ive'n.'-y)' mote os  li'i-?.  _:i-MXZ12iA IiAN'Ka^  Nam* tt Applicant  D.tte March .S'&Ti. _0l3. '  .-1 -.  io ure  Sayward lnnd District  Di.-rrici of fjos't  Tako notice ihat [.'^bel  McKen  uy. of Va-!!('.fik>vt'rv E. C.  occupation spiiisisfr, iiriteijrTs- to nj^y for  'iH-rnvisj-von to Dwrchaso tiie fellow  M"lcs<! i^R^r..'?1 ;in������&seribeil kii^:.-  '���������riiriij. c.ji-.'.i'nu*.^   ;���������.������,> -wives-,iiwre or  p^'-RGE VERDIER   ''  '     .Agent for Ma.'y.Tbuli.-n  _:"? t*r-Xti^i-.-i.i-jn-t.. tc>i*^"-'"'     '   "  , ���������---r-r'i***a-=-q89r^^  -__-3g_3  CwMi:iu*ti'c>f������g at a poet  planted  one Millt* easr  of fche   eoVth-^Kt  corner oflVJt 3,'50sthene-** vrot-t   81) J  cliatiis, thence  souih   <|f)   eJtniriF, .  thence    'W.   B0   chain';-,,   t^enc-?  n'orth 40 chains to "poiii-  or ccirri- f  inenc.-ei-ibrj-t, containing SS0. aci/es,  inert*, or Jsp3. .<->  leabt-l ^Tcltenn-f,  K.Hiiw of A^Ufftiit in. full | ;  ". Say wai 4* Land Kisti'ict.   i'Vistiict of Conms.  ,   -''.-i'.XKE S.W1CB thkt Charles Thulin,  .).'. l.-'ricl, I*:C , ntca^rttion   merchant, in-  ���������'.;>-, \h u-! apply  fo..- permissi onto '.pur-.  '���������. -;������������������ *iu-1l-.e ftiH-'ving.c'escnbecl land.'*���������  ;. .<ri!ti������niin__,-it-a poit-.p.lh���������ted'in--Brnw_J5 }'��������� -.      -       -,   ,  ',V,v -a  ilw north east corn.r of T. L ^ D/td Mareh *���������%** '^M**.  . ! ,* ���������';,������ ili-jiict-   we**, fco   cl-ini.n-*, thence >; ,-��������� -;��������������������������������������������� ���������:���������r-  ���������.*   i :.i c'-iin-i   theuce- e:t.n  &o ch-iins; f- <-. - j   ,      , n,.'    .  '���������;i- ;: sli-ne '-in-, thence��������� south so-cnains f:  f ��������� -,;���������.* or. iess.along shore lin-e, to-place of. |-  j.-:,.innin_a'.'coiii-,un-'.nj>''i.6o ac.-cs -wars- or  Robert.-lle-nry Oh-rstnat,. A-genti !  - pEORGEVEIcDIER*  Agent for Ch;-r!es 'Jjhu'.in  re A'u j .ist f.iih, !Qj*_ '.  >:h \;avd/'"trand Bisicii.t;.  if--1: un j.. H.C.,. ccci*.p,if.or>  ���������;, nr...:s tc;,.ipi'  perniissioaj' t.o-'pnr-  Vi't  ��������� the  HAW).'Aiv������ described  l_������d$:���������  U.  ���������Dii'trrst.ol   C-ii-.)os.. ��������� ������ .  TAKE ii^tic'. t.*i!ii.Blin.yrr_ Hap-f. '  nan,     marrisvl     woman     Camp [;  hell   River,    ft/G^    .Rfesii-J    to |  apply ior   p'.rm.?-*sfio-n. to- pureriii?eJ  ftba -foil-awing  de_orU)-?d   b*ne_ ���������.���������- [j !  .?;Hv;,iFUMirai-isfii,', [iCoreimen'cLu'g���������at ftj wfc g-Otrntf^ at;?  ' .p^trictpfCcino-.. |the-_o__h east ���������cc.nfer   ef.' lM   Nf>. 1 ���������  TA K,K; KOj-TI-Cii that ^o^������r^i-sl;'_ft^ thine? fmih l&*h*.���������& tfi* lhe | '  |ao*rih v ������* 3t corner oi lot 3155, fhfeM I ���������  "ce-eaat 21) cba'-m fro tfec &h,et������* line, |  ���������f-:n ���������,.- at a   post  plantec. ������������  tt.e l^n^^^.S ^e ������horc_ir.e- >'   lh. | -  irkftivt corner-ol Lot 5f,thence ������o������h !:P'ace ������^, ?������^&fin?Fr^.t*t>- '������0B**'������- |  fJLliLljiimJSm,-^^ - " I ������������������"  li ��������� iiie'^ii r. line aroSid-'S.e ppVp^to.tiie [;   ;       '.     SLIN^RjF=SiNNSW~'l~  :; 4J*orj������e Yera-33.ri_gent.. jf  ;0aled 'iTtiify 22fttlr ibOUSL j|  ice ril. bag inning  './djEOFvCE VERDKR ,  ���������   Agpji'Gant  &i",e Au'-r-iis-f r+t-H,nyi_;  .'���������' Sayward Land iy������tri������te  ;        I.)i������irict of Compx. ^  "AK'E NOTICB   that,; Fred T.Kulin,  if t.-\>'l. 1LC, occup-ttipn ,, m-  ,t- i,[.;, i*i.apply   tur   -pcnnis3W;ti   to   pur-  {-i *--- i.hjj  fdloivintj  described  i(inc,..>-  .' i i r.���������:**,;in.;.at a.  post   planted al- the  . < i li-.: tit corner cf Timber   lease- No.  . *', ili'epcc   weet   Pa   chains,   thon;;e  ��������� .'.-'; S-i chi'.r.s, thence east So chains to-  '.j ��������� -.\\.-i:'c line,, thence   foliowin.;. shore-  '��������� i ��������� .������������������"������������������iii fj.'i chains,  more or less to the'  .   ..���������:"-,ie^in>iiri������r. o-uaining;  640 acres  ���������,-.*-. in' less.  ..,    GEORGE VEkDIER  Aiient- for. Fred'Thjilin  -������������������ -sui-iuji iipl!, i'';i.3  ��������� I. b,;iuok; (.ref.N-sKiAe:);.^  (Section ,;f).('  .'���������- i; I"!v..-E is her-uby 'ji'.-'in^tliaSoiT lhe  ; iii Jiy of October   next,, application**  ���������I   ! V* in ale to  the   .Si'.-.-'JnrUeiHU'ut   of  '  , i.v-itl I'alicc"i- th** triinsferof the  -. im -1 lor ihe sale   ol   hijiior by   r.etai!  ', , ;,:,il itpprj the prci-iisifS knownns tha  ,ft'ViJ,.,s���������lIptcl,!-'.iu.(it(; at (Jampbell R.v-  ,->-, '.'<<- t't-h Colurnbi;*., lVi)ro(Ch-,'ii'ler---'Ihp-.  n!  GOUNf ���������_���������;������������������ CO-U.RT OF FA.N.MM0!'  ijIIO'tDKN AT' Gqjl'B'BlfL^fry.    I  _i.the'yfioiU of .XJimfis*  &Wphy, |  deceast-tl iintervfsifs;  TAKE NOTICE that by order of  Fi ia Honos Jliidg. Bttrkw made in  t'iid ahoTo eotii-t on--'th* 4^-h cfiij of  [.eplcriThcr 1912,. tbo cncftirHij-rieei  - wa? i> . -, h)t?d at]*.r.iniotratoi' o������-'th������  ci-iia' ci -'-Javrse- Mti'rpay, dc-  n������\ ,\\ who tiiwl at liock Buy on  M.., 7,li l'ii.12, ii.tpshit,r.  )1. iiccogriiBHijtiiiisi-v HW< eutu'd  {jncl--vll* acjcomite- d������<?  tho  s.*tntcj  in lift-U pratfiif ������������������>*_> and' pa-kl,   ie  ppaclivoly o-n or   heforo-' tha   Bth  day otOctobor 10J2.  W W. Wi*ht*r  OiRlisl Adiainint-Ritot.  Ciifiiber-land,,!). (J-  ji t.l   lAr.crsoti   llannaa   ">   Clint'-lt1.-  i( C unpbell River, Pritish/Jol  I'.f.if  i'.ia.l,  1 Mlud this ���������;.'th iiay of fl-i-pt.., .���������).'/  THU 1.1 N & HAN NAN  '���������(clrw^of  VMAKI.riS 1 IIU LIN  ApplK.'ioi  far* Tian .fer  BOUNTY COURT ..OB-'NAH-'AIMO  HOI .DEN   A*T   CUMBKlltANw.  in������ goods ofi Al'bmS' Jim sap  iivlicb df-onvctl inlcstttto.  'ihVSxVt NOTICiS, tlm 1  \*y frrtlur  iof 11 iv Kkmor Jnd'.-o  Ha-rksr wndojj  in thn H-hdVB'U'-.iwt om- Iho -Uh-  day ||  irf _it;ph* 1 .������������������.bcr I'M'-), tlio iinrl'.in'ign \'.  '.viis- irj)|joinis':l*admiriii-tr-ut>r ,i>5the j  1'iliito '���������(-AU-iii- Jaiixipovitub,.  de-  r:t*,f'(i|..iv!������o was Itillod a- No,T iiairio  Sayward \.nM   iDistnct        ;mi ;:.;..y _ lilt, 1018.'inl������*ta4(tj.  DistvitM of Sf.yw.-.rd ;���������*   'Ali'nccouriis ������������ainm  tlie wtntu  TAKK  notice    that   Willhmi Und i.ll  ut-cotinlD   do*' thi**   PHlnlf  y,m-t (vihf.un, of Vaiiv-nuvr, u> I tnu.u Ih* pft'***>oU;d mid ;>iii.)'r^y-ei'-  "pi iitici'.t, iniiitcr, inloiids t*>- np- j uvoly on or In-foro tho Llth dny of  i,,* for  |������i'rii,ifi������ioii^ to ". jiiir-tliiifit. | October 1012.  t'.t'i fiillowi'.ij* ik'.'iCi'ibo'l  hind.-'.��������� 1 '.7. W. \V_r.u.i'i>,  '������n(vei������K llt- ������ r^'2-11'l-n^-i" ������-���������'! . ������n",ci,-i ^lriMi������im-mor  ���������jUiinii ������nsi ot' thu north ?fi:,t cor-1 Cuwi"rll,lld'^' C-  ** *~%\t I 1     * 1 )    ���������*****t,m**m*f*aaamam'      ���������  ���������     ������..,.-    rf     ,    ^*Mi������MWIWM--M_M_^_|M_M__HM-iWw_t  n.r or limber Uctttw 3232, llitjn-j  y '������������������ant ?o eltftltl*..'!   tllflU'i:    ������������'HUli '  ii cifn'im. llienct- w>-l ac /���������haiaiw,:  fiii'iH*; north 20 chains tr. |if>������'t ���������  ���������)f* ctf/'i'invncement,  aaywaru* Ijiiihi I'lnutv .  i>i.-1lrif.t ot ?;\y.i,<i,fii-  TAKl'O tiotic. ii h [(-:ir*i.,. ,,-;,,������.  IM-f  ' w-.-.  1 IV  i.'i    '  ..i'it.  '!.! 1     .M  l)\tt    ;'*. .;������������������',.  :tv  :'Mi������  it.-r,  ���������r >,  > ii'i  1.1  f-'f ������������������  p nl  .Vih!;t   ,  .1'IHO,   I'i  1-    vl, :���������������������������- '���������.-, ,;*  -������������������y ^>r f.oi.  h'-iixi ,.       _  ������mt ."i,ripr ..1  1      ".oi'i! r.rf* , (.,,.  , Uip f ��������� ������o. ,1*  ��������� '���������*   ).*>iu'   1,1  '.    :'iv-   l  :/u-  i  liy  I !������������������ i������t '.itiiic, ti" y'l'-',-'- '������������������  ���������jc*  (irorcnos; n������.v Kood' aiuvrnx   i������> j  **.*r������'   lv)U,- delivery   ,oi*t   ������uiif.r lior,,) ,  ~ ; .  j 1 bt!������. \111.  Little cubes of metal  Xiittle tubes of ink,  Brains and tbe printing presses  Make the millions tbink.  f*_y   ^w&w  Tliere is no. better way of ma ���������'  ;; the people think of you than  ^c&g c^n Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Sai(J.JJ  ,i,.',iA'  .. m-mmf.  ixr^X^TiW-UmV^^  I'TOwn oratia  Brewers' Dried Grains  P-'.'.ucr. C!io:uK*r Than  Most Dairy )7c������1r  ���������Vincouver Milling & Grain Company, Ud,  Hhtributor.s N;\NA)MO,  R C.  **+m-,t*m*' ������������������ :am\*-.m<!''v*m^M*rt*w*p*^  LAND ACr  Vancouver Land  District  District of Sayward.  TAK13.NOTICE   that   Mirhnel  Young, of Brooklyn. Now'York, occupation Janitor, intends to apply  for permi.-si'jii to pAirph^eo the fol?  lowing described taiuU:���������-Ik-tnii-M)  cing ota  post planted  50 ohnins '  north of the north -wept comer ot  lot, 582,   ihen.e  enpt   40   chain?,  thence >o\tth   50   clniih*-,   the. ce . '  west-40 chainp, thence   l.orlh   50  chains to point of cuinniencemcui,  containing 200 aore.'' more or le-y.  MICHAEL YOUNG,;  ,   ��������� -Applicant  Thoma.s-M-ntiyr,-Agent'  Date October 30ih,.i9l2'"  ~~'! ���������T aTwact" ' "'"'! ���������; ������������������' ������������������������������������  Vancouver Laud District  District of Snywartl  , TAK������ NOTICE 'thnt William  Peter. Ada j������B, of New York, New  York, occupation, sales-man, in���������������  tends to apply fpr pt-ri-nini-iiuti to  purchiii-e the following dercribeii  landri'���������Comiriencing ai a pout  planted at the north-west corner of  the eonth half of hi 590,  thence eouih 80 chains, thenco  wept 40 chnhiF, more or less to the  enat li������n of lot 5S5, tbence noith  80 chains, thenoe e������:������t 40 chains,  njoie or le?? to point of ciimir.ence-  nient, containing 320 sees ni re or  lees.  WILLIAM PETEK ADAMS,-  Applicaiit  ThotriiiB Matier. Agent  Dat.\ October 29th, 1912  NOTIOl- i- htr-oby givoa th:������t,u.r ������u iirot  day of Dt-comber acxt application will lie  made to the Snptriutepdtt f. of Pr.ivii cia)  Pplioe, Victoria, fur the renowal <>f tbe hotel license to sell liquors by retail i_ tne  huttl known as the Lnue boti-i, nituut.d at  Comox, B.C. CJeo_(;k 31. Baulow  D.twl October 2, 1912.  NOTICE is hereby given ij-at on the  f.r-rt day of Novemlxr IQ}*., application  will be made j.q the Saperiiilsriilirni o>  Provincial Police, for a rcttcAal   ������>f  the  v^^^Jle^���������>���������lc.llqr���������orJicen5c_ltlp'>nJ_be_pl:cl-^-l_-_____   ises known.ab Lot 24, Subseclion' j, Nel-.  son' District.  PiLseneu BuEwiNc; Company.  D.ited Octot'cr 2nd, 1912   "   "���������  NOriCH is hireby given ihat < ������ tjw*  _r..t d������y of December next np_)li������ at Oii.wljt  be mnde to tht Snjic hit-tulei.t <>f Provih,  oial Police, Victoria, for n rmev ul of tbe  hotei license 11 at ? lirjiiors by it*tail in  ihft hotel knowu ns the Union" h������-i������ ]. situate nt UiJion, |J.C. JIoiik N. McI;kuo.  Dai-d the .vi iltiy ot October, I9ii.������  NOTICB 18 hi-ieby giveu tbnt on thev-  (Ira du 1 ty D'cimbor iu-xt npi-lio- ii.-m- v ill  b* mnde to to the Sii(niii.tei.ilent i-i' I'rn-  vinoiul rolico', Yictoii**, for tiieiu*w.'l <-f  tbo hotel license to ������ell lii*,noiu by retail  tho b tttl lcaowu notbD 0'iiirteuny llotis������,  titi.iitod nt C urtoiny, H.C.  J0H.S H. JOHNBTON.  Dated October 2 101-.  NOTIOK Jitiel jr given thi't oti tlio  flritdajef )eoembur uuxt lontlou will :  bo made to thu Snperintoudotit of l-nrvinoinl  I'olioo, Vioturls tor \ti$ leuvwn) of thu he*.-  tel lioeu*e to uell M������H(im by reuil iu ilw  hotel knewn as K.'v*.wldo hov 1, BitintOi  at Uonrtonay, V, 0. 11. I'i-chnuk. '  D,itcd Oot'olnr 2, 101 _.  NOTICK in heio'y givoii tlmt om tho  flint dty el Doeoinlnriuxt applleati<u will  be mado to \It;iiJ.Siiporiitoiidoiit of Provincial I'ol'cti, Vio-rio, f������r ft rain.wnl of  tho lint* 1 Ho.i)*iu to I liqnoift by tetai)  in tlm hotel known no tbo Elk hotol, ������iliw  nted nt Coin x, H.C,     John M-Utih,  -utnlOoVbor-, W\i.  KOTIliR iv hereby -jlvon timt on the  drat dny *-f Udoember m xt applluaWon will  bfl tethe 8u|.orbtor.dout vf Provin-  clul Pt>Ut������e, Viotoria, for the ronownl'nf tho  boUil licoiuo :osell lii))oiBby rttul lu tho  hp el known u tho Nobou lio.ul, mttu'.Oil  ������t Union liny, \\,C. . John VuAj-Kti.  Dated Ootolior 2nd, 1012.  NOTIOK in horoby given tlmt on llio  ilrtst dny uf Dccemb nuxt epyli.atto 1 wi]\  bo mado to tbo Superintendent of I-rovin-.  tfiul V������'*-ico Viotoria.llfor a ron't-wnl of tb  hotel licotmo to Boll lU|U_r������ hy rotidl in  tlio hotol known aa tho \Yillo\*B Hoicl hU-,  uuted atC-mpbcll Uivcr, B. C.  TflUUNAHANNEN.  Ditwi Ootubor 3, Iftia.  NOTICK io barely (jlvon tbat on tbe  flint day nf l)-o mfxt noxt application will  bo mndo tat ho RnpeiintoBtlotit <if Provin.  CiAt  <l>U������kv* I te   *\r,w|(*������C4'   **������������������*��������� a Ov  *%*%t  uvv*.   *.������.*  e������nno 11 null llquoru bj roUll io thn Intel  known ah thu .Weodhi    Stopping Place,  Kitnoterit Oy������tor Hlver, In tho province of  Bii iih Colurnbla,    Akhjii >Voopuvii.  l)*tod OoteW 2, Iftja,     ':-.;..'  NOTIOK )��������� noreby flfivon tbat on the  first day of Do 'ember neitt application will  U nude to tho .npetitiU'udetit of Pr.wio-  cinl P.ibM, Vijtoiln.fortberfwwaloftiio  Imttl lieodas to wll liquor* by roUilin the  bottl kooffa r>������ tbe WiUoa hotel, ettoatod  at Uul'in Ba,? H.C. Ar.rrRRnHifG&Ho'nTi  p<������tet|OololKw24ai������, J^��25_i__5__S_2_______I___________________________5____r
NOTICE is beri-by ffive*i tint a*, tho
.nr?xtmt*.tiugof(t-.o Hoard ��f Lit- i*.-,oCom
nu*-si(in.-rs of tbe City of Cumberland, I
.intend to npply for a -eue-wal < f tho hotel licf-nse held Jby mo fur the Vei.i.l'imc
Hotel, situated on lot 5. I lock 3. Cumberland ToA'tisit..
Dated NoTo-idx-i* ,C th, 11! 12.
���trstfE' tretfe, ��tii\iTr7_��rLrvtc?��,
T^rr^i* coi-tHvPtfl'-k,
Notice ia hereby yivon at the
nc.\t mecfn*. of the Board of Lie*-use
Commis'-ioncrs I intend U*,;;pp!v for a of ihp hold hcei sc'held 1-*) me
for 1.10 Now Enylnnd Hotol, situated on
block j, lot j, Cumberland Townsite.
JOSEPH WALKER Nov, 71I1, [912.
NOTICE -is heroby ^i'-en tbfit at the
���next meeting of the Boa id i.f Licence Coin-
,n.iasiouoi'8 or tin City of Cnn.bprla* d, I
1 tend o npp y for a renewal of th�� liot-
.e! license hc-hl by ine for iho Cum bor! and
IIo'cl, sitimt-d on lot- 1, bloc!; fi, Cum' tr-
*lni.d To wisi:..
sDated t ii* Gth dav of Nov.. I PI-J.
���*-���% _a:'j.Li"si__ ���
NOTU.1*1 i,i heroby iyiven tint nt the
riicxt.iuet'li.!-- of tii 11 Hoard of 'License Com-
.inukiiinen for die City <f CmuberUnd. I
4ntoud to npply f or a reue ,val of the'whole?
sale liqiur lice.._�� held hy 111 *, e-itnated on
Jot C. block 15, Ciinibt'thuid Townt-itB,
D.ted thia 6 h dny of Nov., 1912.
NOTICE ia hereby given thnt at the
next of the Board ��,f l.ieo m Cm
���mia>ioiiorii of tbe City Of I uiub .lnnd, I
*: tend to*. frn rone ji al of tba hot-
M Hcon-io.helilb ine for the Wavvrly
Ho cl, m.tinted ou,1.15a bkxj'i 3, Cumbtr
Utnd ToMiislite:,
Dtted tl is .th d -y i-fN.-v,, 191*2.
NOTICE isJu-r.1 y givun tlut ut ths'iTx of tbo B> nd nf Lio uso Commit-
flioi.0.3 of tbo Ci y of C'umbe'rlniiil, I iuteud to��|)pl>(for n fiie-Md ojf die \vh le-
''iflnleliquor li'..en3e hold by in , sstu.ted
.ou lot 12, block 7,''Cumberland Tow .Ki'to
Va&iA this Oth day of Nov.. 1312
&<) TICB .'iv.--her.-bV given tb it nt' the
_esct m. etiiig of .tbis Bou-d "f L'c.*u*?e
<36ui!MiBaib>;cre''irf ,tb. City cf Cni_b���r:-
Jand, 1 inte-id���to tip, ly t-.r a ren; w d < f tl-e
wholesale liquor lic<;u^eiield ' y me, tit-
Aiated i��u lut 12, block C,.'
To-jw-dtei, ��� -
Dated *.h*B 6th d��y of Nov., 1912.
,- NOTICE is in heiehy _jv*'*n (hat ut tiie'
jiext nieitiiig ���.�� tliof'; Uuurd of Lioen.e
<Co,tw.i.i*ision.*i8 of th��;City uf Cuiob r-
l n l, I l'.ten'.dtoappljTor a trnuj-fcro.
tlio wbol.s le ' liquor li.-e*sfi held l-y niton lot 3 blo-ic2, tobb'ck-hy lot 6, CuiJ-
-bhrla-d-fi)��;nsTerTT~1-7-;i--'���' ���
���art I
in'the fiEWS
Dated Octoht-r UUii, 1{H2
Ccc&?s Cottoa Koot Co??,7ouud'
iTT^,'T>s^-> "'iingTC.-.t IJterli'o Tynie. hoc
Jt*^J^r���_*>S;nly ,��<����� c-iiw*i,*iai wonthi-,
t*?- -i>^*a_y-V-0'��'*lla,:o1��''' which vomencar-
l*3s'_^,.>��l>^uej)eiiil.   Bold In throo degree
TSg m%\ ot ctn-nffth-No. I. fi; No. a,
.***    ^ 10 ueiiieei. sttongor, S3; No. ."I
_-\Ti    _-*__i.->i.i I     _.>*t_>nn       t_E     ���._��_     %._.��
for epcciftl caoe8, S5 per bo_
cold l\y mi tl. utrsist3, or no .1
Bronnia en ;eccipt of priec-
Fi*co iKWftphlet. Ad-h-
(formerly li iKainj*;
���   NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days
'���afterdate application -��viil .be ' in'ade  to
tbe'Supcnnt'eiideiu of Provincial Police, QDarHEOIfllNSC0��fobonto!
Victoria, IJ. C, for a renewal of the ho^
tel license to sell liquors by retail in the   :   ROOMS for rent at iMarindii1*-
hotel known as the Port Au��u.ta Hold,'�� '       ���       it tn
situated at Comox. ll. C. .Rooming House, Denveut Avo-
Amos Cottington,
Dated Oct., 2iidI-,,i.9j2
An Ad in the'^News
pays;   Try it.-
FOR SALE-Tliree 'mi 1 '-k
cows, first class milker< also t\v<'
heifers in. calf, oraded stock.
Jlh'ree horses, two drivers and a
genera,! purpose mare; age
and four years. Apply to D.
Rov, Rov's Beach.
Union; Steamship Co. of B. C. Ltd.
the s. s, cowiciian will sail as under    ;,"
;nanaimo: den aia^jsland-union bay-comox route
Leavo; Vancouver, -Monday, at 8 fi,- in. ���   ���
���<"'. ''      'Arrive Nanaimo, at 11^0 p.j'n.'
Arrive Union Bay,.Tuesday 6 ii. in.       Le ive^Tnesday noon.
; Arrive.Coiiioxi Tuesday 8 a. in, :   Leivo Tuesday, 11 it. in. ���"
Leave.Nanaitnn 6 p. 111. Tuedday.v ArHvo Vancouver U;30 p.m. Vancouver Saturday 8 p.iu,, Aixiye  Nanaimo; ��� 11.30 p . in.
Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a".iii/'Depart 5 p.m. "  -
Arrive Gpinox, Sunday �� ani. Depart 4 p.m.
Subject to change .without notiee;- ;
for Readers   of  the
('News - Adverti ser"
D^'KRVONK wants a  picture of  the  nioinije*'.  oft ^y,e
*���4 the Government of  Canada.    The,  "Nuws Adwr- L^f*'
'isi-r" hns hud fii'eparod for thnexclu^ive li--e of its ���"���-.-
dei's in this province   a  |ni'<j[('   en--,v;r-ed   phile   of   Rf.
Hun. Ii. L, Borden and hi** niini.sler*?.. .
The group  is' re.ilrawn'froi'n''.the latent, jilintoo-raphs    -,-��,; ..j...
of the eiahleen -��� Mii.i'stt*rs. .��� wim. compos.} the iu!\i:;eis of fe^'cou -.ineucitig -at ��  pit plant d .t th,
His Royal HigliiiC'Si--tlui Gt'vernoi'.yt'iieral     It i< prm-    gj_^J'| -!..��
ted   in Sepia on   heavy bca''d   ready IV>r  IVmninn;,   :uul
will he of the greatest eiiiieaiiiiiial  value in   tho   hoi'ie.
lhe selieol and the l'ihrar\.
The Piim-v, Minist-1, HON. ILL. B0IUH'"V     ���-
,ius, :then..i   mfit   8*
.i.iii*; tu \i jut t.f 0 11 tnetci nirut t-oaUiu-
gS-J*?     i- ti -0 lr.o-e orl^s. ,
V sh'.i* M.GaikiiH, Ajiont,
i">..te Ju q..'Ai\], I9I*>
S��^ wtrl L-i it Iliitii.i.
Di tnct 11 S.ywar.t.
I I'-VKE NOTI'. li thai .) .1 ii Ar h*ir Va\
j ������f Xf.v Villi-, New Yur\', ; (.vu;>;.ti 11 . ]er|[
j into* (h 10  11 j ply   for prrnii'st.n to  pur
jnhu-e ;lio   full-wing  dtmrihol  JhikIi-:���
t-.'meiicing- at   ��   \y, t  plai
tli-t'aut   c'-rum*"of J.n.-iJ8  -i'3    tlieoei.-
��� j' ,fl��
.m* It'll*
!!,_.'-Jl    *
i   Oil'*,   i'i   viMl'lio,   'tl.i iiOO    .*.<-t "^'l fl Itit-H.
i ci.'1    S.I c'ii im     lli.;..i    , ,.<l   *_('
1 H   .t   .V.t't*
col leagues.
���   Jlinilv in the hnckgronnd tlie leiituivs <n
Maedona!d look-down ou hit- snc(e--or.-.
y enpies a central jio*-iiion, a: d   i^  -'.nw ������ *m p.di 1.   t!   i*   fJ'tV,^,
U) head of |])C Coum-il Table. d ab "i1   i-i 1   ���'!���.   li.*-^/.'.!
1 Join
���   How to Obtain the Picture
Tliie fine  engraving, of  which a hunted number
Ijave been presented, will he t-ent
1    Mill,
I*  I
"fifUii I
1 *-. ���    i   a' ' t.t  a.
'.i'i 1.1 ot y ��\ waul.
.(.;:'_'"/. .h t, \* ;.,.,-,i
<f Net- v.rk. l\o v Voili
occip.tion l.ihprn, 1.1 tend, in it,, p'y
P^Sjai *)" _"ru ism 11 fo 1 u (jlia*,. tl;�� i*_o*.'i.jj
G^A- j Ii.l* .'), (1 I i'.d*: - Unnisuetin j; 'it a [y.i t
ff^fjW 1 i-i.ntiti.-d 1'JO iImmii na t u ii IS -ch. u.<
raWJ I-urih of tlio siiutli (,j_*   ca 11-1  nf  1,1.1$',
to ne'w'Plihsci'ihers or 10   old   .ubsci ihci ^   who   renew   '^Cv3
their i-iilisci'ijit'ipns f".i' one \ear ($1 (")) ^i^-
������       For out of town  siihsci iheis,   th_ piettire   will   he
tubed -iind postage pn
' Non-6:;i.h*j('i*jhers tuny ob*.'in copies on pa\nieul d'
pOci-nt-'. Ifmaiied 10 cents e.\tia ior tubi'p, and
Applications   andremittanee'- (ea.h a"c��nnp-
;J jiny order], must be tnado to
''OTf "' '' *f~**
���y ��_*
1'j, th> net* siou.h SOch in., ti t*t,i-t- .,Rt 4U
'*h,i!ns    t'unoi* 11 *.th   SO cl.niiis,   t.'uu te
s--��Y��   ,vie^ 10 (.'hai'-p to point ofc nnni'ir c ne t
t/V'?/, eotitaiiiUifT '.',-20 ,'Il'im nioto 1 r le p.
WxLTVAl VilSiLthLL I'V.-iV
l*'..her M   Ojikm , Agei. .
Dito Jim *2lt'i. l!M'2.
.;,. ^ CLM.I MUS.v.'fTO.
Datkd-tiiis of 'Au^us*;, 1012
NOTICK 1. hereby��� .jfiv'.h that ;u the
next meeting: of.' the Jloird of License
'Commissioners of the City of Cmnher-
i.xt\d, I intend 'o apply fur a renewal of
M*t'e hotel licens'*' held by- me for the"
"King (jeorj-'e" Hotel, situated on lot 9,
block 7, Cu(iilAerla.nd Townsite.
IXited tj-is 6ui Jay of Nov., 1912.
The Courtenay Hotel
JRJv.ry conyeniene* for guoets.
Tfeo Ooi^ti#l"Hotvl for Bportsmon
Noiw twi live BetK of Wines and Liquors
at the Har.
John Johnston,  Prop
y&.-. The purest'and bi st BEER, and
made iu Cutnbefland.
J.   N.   McLEOD ���'  .T?p.Oi=��Ki-_ror.
English 4 x HU11T0M alwuya on tap bUo, the famous MILWAUKEE
IMSEtt-t-Auhuaser, Bidiomiarv, Soh'tz, &o. "OLD GRliV DUARl)"
SC0TUU WHISKY", Boat Wines and Liquoro of all kindB.
Thu ttonrdiug and Lodging 1). partmont. undor tho nnmediato BU-ierintcuJenoo of Mn
Davm, will hj rou. d Fiut ohuw in cviiry roapeut, j
ipi 00-per day upwards
'0    V     2^
KfVv it'll Land Di* t
Di-*   t-t i,t 8_'-..aid. ^_
TAKEyollV. that Cl..ule. 1> nn, Jf *
Vn.o i\.-",[3 C; __-_u._r,fi.--n e**f
i_<indi to .pi ly f, r leimi/vion t,�� j.nir-
j'.-se die fo lo ��� ins. flccribod IttniL..���
I'o'nnu'i.onij il 1 }<>it nhintvd at Uu
MMith _".?*��� cum"! of Jot 678 th��rCi ���.���.t'He
t.i 1 li iins, tli cue. * 8*-1 i*li 1 j. 1, tinfi 0. .1.1111 'ueie   i'u li S) t i.iin.
'ill      it   .t_l ..Vlir'HtliU,:   fi.'.t.llll   g   ctl!)   <
ten t woie   or k,u
C'ha_l'*3 Pun*si.
iJ. O uAius, A^fc.r.
?-%$}] i)-tod Jan.* 10 h. u.
j> *mi*m&*Knmr^itar>* m __i at
t-s   __^.._'^'
mKawtmaa,j_, _*_ 1 m-.r^.v��i*--.-'_L-M*��tmr_.'.j��_vw��m^ c;*��-_
Pianos and
Freight, Wood and Coal -Hauled
P m*fmm,*.*T   Mi-A-liMJUJ
S.yv.-ii'it Lui.l
_|)i*-u ot ii|^.,.ynard.	
���TaKL M'ilOHtlnr N),*-nlo Boc-ie tc,
f Vjiiu'uuvei, ot*.ui '. hi ' Nwse, inicrnl.
n a, "Jy loi ������oniiia.uMi to pr.rohrtc the
I. loving de-.1 lhd ihinl :���{.oinm<'_olii[;
at 1 post phi,tut! .it tie 1 oitb e,.3t (suri.t*r
nt k.t .".81, thenco ea t, 1') clininu, tli.ui*o
ruoiii.'o  noith   40   1   an 1,   tio <.o   v��t*Ht
1 ) I'lltnns.    tll-IjiO    Pyulli     .()    .._-|j'���3    t\>
contain.'<*���   |(^)
J^J-va*1.? I ���"" '* ot   e'rin-JLiOii'i*' a*nt
i.-*foP!//i' l"'"!;' more or lo1-'.
Riding on loaomoti-vos and rail
way curs of the Union Colliery
Company hy any jioruor. or per-
30MB���exocpt tain crow���it olrictly
pvohiIdled. Employoas ere sub-
ic<-iodiBmittKitl for allowing earn*
11 y order
General Manager,
VVindeniiere Ave.
Sportsmens Goods
General Hardware
j��4^*Vii'^'i\M^i*^''nfV>1***<^ 0
NOTICE is hcieby j-iveu dial
fllic geiicuil t>lorc lnt'��im��.ss or Dun
can Ikos, has thia day Ikxmi sold
to Jnincs II. l'arldii. All nc-
connta due the late finn must be
paid lo K. Duncan, who will .settle all liabilities
n       1    ���  1   < /��� \   1
Vjiututv1 *.**���, 1.^*1. i."*t kyim.
i 1
To whom it may concern J-r
This is to notify flu; public
tliat nil freight charges on iKnid-
pd goods clcnied at Union Hay
for the fojHo.f Vqlley timet he
paid before good* can be forward
pd. IW order
��atudiau. Co|licjica Puiuimuiv
notick is in.urcnv oiv
ON that at tho next regulnr moot
iug '��f tlio .Hoard of Li eon ho Coin-
inisnionorrt of tho Miiniuipnlity of
Ciiiuhorlaiid,   application will  ho
inntlo to tho Rtiid   l'mird  of Coin
mii*ioiioi''t- for tho iriiiiHfor  of the
liconso for tho Biilo-of liquor by
retail in and  upon" tlio prominet?
kuown au the V.ndoiuo Hotel, Bit*
inlc 'Mi lV*!i''".ini'.' A"en'.ic   in the
{'ily ol' Cuu,\>vihi.<}) hum R-yhct't
y.  Kobi'i'ttion to Kuhert McNeil,
of tlio said City of Cnnih'jrlanil,
Dated  fit   Clinibi'i'lalid,   11,   C,
tlii. JUlli <Jay of Doeeuihur 1012.
r, s. itoiiicin'soN
llolder of License.
KOri'-Hii  licrchy civut   tlmt i'|i|'li-
oiiim   will,  it- imMu tn the ���*',*�������� j anywhere  upon   Uie i'<.pipitin'��
intfii'l'iil of Iti vinciiil  Vn)k) Vlctori*.   .     , ._.;,. . ��� ,       (1     .,' ..
laud will Im pioffucuiid to thn hill
iSnywii'd h.nid Dintriot.
ni'.l'.itit offJiiy.Mird.
TAKKNOrtCF, tint (Jnurlo Henry
]\m>, if 'Nnw Viii-1<, N. Y��� (uciipntiirii
���inlnk',111 n, liit, uc.-1 to ii)*v'l>' fin'|)f rnii-tiirni
to |i'.*rc!ii80 tlm I'li'lowin/j- il.hiuihotl Iind*!:
l.Oiinno: ninn al; 11 p-Hi," |,lntit-d ut Iho
nonh c 1 -t qi'i'iicr ..f !--t ii'il, tbi-iicu i-.'.ii'th
'.!()��� hn i.u, thi-noi* wi 11b '_0 dhniiiK, tli(*ii"t>
umit'i'."I ohll-ii', ilionco i-;!,"', '") oli 'i*i*i to
l-oiiit, nf co niiiiiiu.'ovii.iit cuiil.-iiiii (? *lh
1C1VH ui' I'd Ol lo'ii.
l-'^licr M. (I mUiiiH, A*,' nl.
I) t,-),luiu_ft ii, IliIL*.
Saywird Lnnd lliotimt
Distiict .1' K.ivwii'ri
'JUKE Xoni'K Hint William Join.
WI11L1 j* or Ni* v Yoik N. Y. -�� . i.p'.'icn
J-lnuliii'i-i*, uiiciiils tn iipjy for \n ri-Hhsi >i
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1"..    '    ?!!'!.���  OUth,   )\<\'l THE NEWS. CITMBEKT.AND, B. C  I  /><  mmm  !t'������ Iho CLI'ANUST, SIMPLEST, an J BKSTIIOMI*  DYU, odd cm tiiiy.-Wliy you Uon'l even lmvo to  ^ know what KINO of Cloth yourGi.oJi nro tuaiiu  of...So Mlstahcs ������ro  Send for Free Color Car.l, Story Ilooklct. ami  'Uooklct _ii Ins: mulls of Dyclii��������� over other colon,  ;    Tho JOUNSON.IUCIIMIDSON CO., Limited,  Montreal. Ctnailu.  MATCHMAKING IN GERMANY  BooU Free    A tmiplrt  Homo   trciihnent removed  lump (rom this lady's breast  Old eores, ulcers  and  growths cured.    Describe  j-4Ui* trouble ; wc -will scud book an*t testimonials.  Y**E CANADA CANCER  INSTITUTE, limited  10 CHURCH!'... AVE.. TORONTO  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Engineers and Boilermakers  Boller3   of   all     kinds���������Knglhes,  Pumpo, and Heavy Plata Work  Write ur, for Prices.  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  I Newspaper Announcements are Popu-  Bit" *"'- lar  *&....Marriage In Germany, like everything olso 1:* tlio Fiitlierland, Is put  *ori a scientillc business basis. Cupid's  antics And expression through the business cunning of the marriage broker  and pounds, shillings and pence play  a very'important part in the joining  of two hearts. Fraud and misrepresentation are naturally a necessary  outcome; hardly a day passes but  some Cupid ts arrested for obtaining  money fraudeutly in attempting to  make ono heart of two ami thereby  increase his Income.  The decidedly practical character of  the marring-������ transactions may be  noted in tho Sunday newspapers,  display advertisements arc' quite common. Here Is one that was heavily  bordered, somewhat iu the stylo ot  death notices: Cultured gentleman la  offered opportunity to marry Into luc-,  ratlvo Berlin laundry machine factory.  In another advertisement a man confesses to being physically defective,  but continues: Ar. only like and like  can be euduringly happy, 1 desire a  wife who has a similar physical affliction. Artificial leg not excluded.  Gtvo age, description, and a history  of the defect. A young man, mechanically inclined, sought the advertising columns'for-a" wife.with artificial leg and some means.  The- advertisements usually co vet-  two pages ff a Sunday'issue. They  are frank in giving motives and fixing  qualifications, and freely disclose physical or even moral defections. An  advertiser urgently desirous of taking  unto himself a spouse closes his personal notice with: Widows and guiltless divorcees not excluded.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrui* lias becti  used for over SIXTY YUAKSI-y Mir/MONS of  MOTHERS .or "their CHIl.DKKN' WH11.K'  .KimilNG, witli l'ERl'KCT SUCCESS. It  6.0THES Uie CIIII.l), SOFTENS tlie GUMS,  ATXAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COI.IC, aud  is the best remedy for BIAHRIKEA. It is absolutely harmless. He sure and ask for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other  kind.  Twenty-five cents a bottle.  $2  DAY AND UP. ALSO COMMIS-  sion '."or local representatives;  either Bex*, .permanent; experience unnecessary; rapid advancement; spare  'timo accepted. .Nichols, Limited, publishers, Toronto, Canada.  SA N 0 L  A     GERMAN     SPECIALISTS'     DISCOVERY WILL POSITIVELY CURE  KIDNEY TROUBLE  Bladder Stone, Gall Stones,  Kidney Stones, Gravel and  all Ailments of Uric  Acid  Origin  SANOL   EXPELS   URIC   ACID  NEVER FAILS TO CURE  .{Hundreds   of   cured   patient,   can  provo our statement).  Sufferers will receive pamphlet free  ou request.  Sanol. PRICE $1.50 per bottle In  liquid from Druggists, or direct from  the  SANOL MFG. CO. OF CANADA, Ltd.,  Winnipeg, Man.  Simply iise the Soap ������  Save the  Coupons - Send for a Catalogue  exchange for the number of coupons and wrappers you have   saved.  Secure your   Premiums in  THIS  18 ONE OF OUR NEW PREMIUMS  PELOUZE  FAMILY SCALtS  OUR WATCHES ARE GOOD   PREMIUMS  Capacity,: 24 lbs. by ounces; no weights to  KCt lost, absolutely automatic. Extra large  dial, witli (ilU-ef centra and .old border,  beautifully finished In black enamel.  Prudent Housekeeper* uso family scales  for checking their purchases. Invaluable  for preserving-, indlspensnbl. for propor  cooking. Tliey noon pay for themsolves,  Free for 500 Royal Crown Soap wrappers.  Kvery scale warranted by Government Inspection.      Postage  lioc.   extra;  Kvery boy nnil girl wants a  watch, We havo-a great variety of them. Secure ono free  with your soup wrappers.  Tlieiie nro all high class  watches and will tilve every  satisfaction.  050  SOO  watches,  watches,  watches,  _,000  SCO  Roy's nickel  wrapper..  Hoy's nickel  wrappers.  Boy's  aim  Metnl  COO  wrappers.  l}oy'u Gohl   watches,  wrappers.  GUI'- nickel    watches,  wrappers,  qirl's   Cun   .Ietal   "Watches  400 wrappers.  CIrl's" Gun Metal    watches,  450; wrappers.  Girl's Sterling Silver watches, 11150   wrappers.       -   ~.  Girl's   Gold-till.,    watches,  J SOO wrappers.  If you have not the required'  number of soap wrappers, ask  us tho money value of the desired watch with the coupons  or wrappers you havo.  OUR SILVERWARE IS ALL  OF    A    HIGH  QUALITY  CAKE    DISH  NO. CO  Is satin cngrav-  eil, E'o'lfl lined,  quaili'iiplo plato  oh white metal,  tt is given freo  for 550 Royal  Crown Soap  Wrappers or 25  Wrappers and  52.00. Send 20c.  for postage.  _REAt> TRAY NO 69 -'  Is satin engraveit, rococo border and heavily sliver,plated.., An excellent nnd useful  article. jfeo for C50 Royal Crown Soap  Wrappors, or 20-Wrappers an_ Ji.75. Send  20c.  for postage  SEND  TO  YOUR   NEAREST   PREMIUM   D-PARTM-NT   FOR  A  COMPLETE   LIST���������IT   IS  FREE.  THE ROYAL CROWN SOAPS, LIMITED,  PREM'UM DEPARTMENTS AT W.NNIPT.G, MAN., CALGARY, ALTA.,  VANCOUVER, BiC.  Trial Is Expensive.���������To those who  suffer from dyspepsia, indigestion,  ilicumaUsm or any ailment arising  'rom derangement of the digestive  system, a trial of Parmelees's Vegetable Pill, is recommended, should the  s-'ufferer 1>* be unacquainted with them'.  The trial will be inexpensive and the  result will be another customer for  ��������� his excellent medicine. So effective  U their action that many cures can  certainly be traced to their use where  ctlier pills have proved ineffective.  Veribritc Venoil  THE WORLD'S BEST  WOOD      POLISH  CUi'miH anil rllslnfoots  I'vcrythlun in your  liniiii* fi'irin tho ci'l-  liu- to tin* mil.!. Put  II. tin .yuiii* diiKti'i' luul  iliisl 1 liinlwood Klooi's,  Woixlworl'i LIunleui'iiH,  I'llll'lUH, l*'l!l'l*ltlll'ir,  _t<\ Milken every-  thing JiiHt lilto  now. Money n-fiiinliHl  If not Kntlsi'iu'tory.  iMndi* by tlm  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY COMPANY, I.IMITf.l>,  Hamilton,  Canada,  Good Posts In the Civil Service  With the view of supplying the  Civil Service of the..Straits Settlement  and "Federated Malay States;- cadet-  ships liave been established, the holders of which are required to devote  themselves for a certain time .after"  J,lieir-ai'ri\*alJn_the_-_ast_to_Learjaing!,  a native language. The Cadets, who  must be natural-born British subjects.  _re-selected by open competitive examination held by the Civil Service  Commissioners'; to whom all Inquiries  on the subject should be addressed.  The examination for these appointments Is, as a rule, held in the  month of August in those years in  ���������y-hich vacancies occur simultaneously  with the examination for the Civil  Service ot India. Candidates must  be between the ages ot twenty-two  and twenty-four on the first day of tho year in which the examination is hold.  The selected candidates are expected to leave lilnglaiul about a month  alter thoy have l-,een finally selected  tor appointment.   "u-���������-  Each candidate receives salary at  tlio rale of $1250 per annum, half salary to commoner- from tho day of leav-  ���������ns England, and full salary from the  day of his arrival in tlie colony or  State to which ho may bo sent. Cadets are provided wltlufree furnished  quarters. A free passage to tho colony or State Is provided for tho cadot  subject to nn undertaking to refund  the cost of his passage In the event  of his l'l'llmiiulHliing tho appointment  within three years for any other rea-  ron than mental or physical Infirmity.  A cadet who passes examination In  tuitlvo language is pnld at the rato of  $.1300 per annum, with free furnished  iiuurlora.  Postage Stamps Under Escort ���������  A few years ago a small procession  triumphantly escorted a sergeaut carrying two postage stamps. The  story of the latter is interesting. The  sergeant, belonging to the French  contingent of the troops of occupation  arrived in Crete with a young Creole  wife, whom he had married while ho  was serving in a French colony. Sho  brought him no dower in money, but  a handsome marriage portion all the  same, consisting of two postage  .tamps. These are rare specimens  of Mauritian issues, and have been  estimated by experts as worth 58000-.  The, sergeant was told that their  value would increase, and instead of  selling them he had them framed and  placed his treasure in" a Cretan-bank.  ���������As.the time was approaching for the  departure of tlie troops of occupation  he Wont to'.the bank with his'wife to  withdraw his -deposit,, ami., his com-  jades formed "a procession to escort  JU____'OUi)lo_carrying .home their for-  tune in two postage stamps."  All Provided  Mr. Walter Joyce, 'The Youth of  the Strand,' as George R. Sims once  called him, attributed his perennial  youthftthiess to the fact that he once  knew Henry ,T. Byron. He used to  tell a good story of the ready wit of  the irrepressible humorist.  In company with Byron, he was proceeding along the Strand, when another member of the party drew their  attention to the unusually pathetic  figure of a sandwlchman, whose face  seemed to betoken a knowledge of better day.  Doplorable, isn't it? he said. Nine-  ponco a day.  Yes, added Byron, quickly, and hia  board.  TraolifM'���������-,Tohnny, how can you toll  toadstools from mushrooma'.'  .Toll nny-liy llm stomach-nolio,  A Happier  To-Morrow  Tvill Vic yours if to-night you will  seek tho beneficial aid of. (ho famous  and ideal family remedy Tlceclinin's  1-ilii'. Nervous depression, or the  "blues," is one of the symptoms  of a condition quickly corrected  by the reliable and quick-acting  *W% MB Mi  tfa\\ HUM   R WlrfUll  Kk- |L- K*- _*_M tad H__T ^i_  EiSLynfiifi w  rILLb  \ii,c,i  Uu*. iij'MV.iii  ..-> iJii/l^|').:v.���������-- ,.iZ  bowels end liver and kidneys in-  active���������tlien tlie digestion is sure  tn he impaired and the nerves to  lose their Uah'. Ueecliam's 1'ills  induce the orgiuifi of dij,'Cition to  v.u'.!; prt.pevly iiiul tltv,'.; thi'', tin-  rivakd medicine has a tonic effect  tipirn the whole s\ht**ln. I5i.*ecliiiiu,.>  I'illM do not vary���������they act always  in accordance with their great  reputation; mildly and safely but  quickly. In every way���������in feel-  inu*i, looks and vigor-���������a better  condition llcecli'iiii's i'liis  Assure You  Sold mattm-tiata,    *   2Sc.  Tit Jir������clioniwah������������������rrb������i������i'������'������i'������l������������l*������r*������l  An Income From Mushrooms  In many countries tho mushroom Is  ���������i decidedly valuable product, We usually think of ruining thorn in collars  or oilier mirk placim, nml can hardly  picture l.hom as growing in any other  spot; yet iho .Inpammo nuiliioil is as  peculiar ns It, in liitf-rfsllng, for wiih  ono spoeles, known us Cliillnke, exper-  Inienis have lieeu mado of growing  Ihem in trees.  The trees uned are oak from twenty-  (hu to llilrly yours or lino, Thoy  iin* cut down In I lie ntiliuUii, ami at  iiil.iTviilri of filn, or (lln, gaiilios are  mndo with an axe all up nntl down tlm  trunk, Thn treed nro llieu hauled to  iltllo fiviiii-iiLi'il parts of tho fornst.  i.nd left there,  At Iho ond of three years musli-  looniH apiii'itr lu the lnelulous, and  furnish a crop which lusts the yoar  round, (hour* of lhe autumn belli'" tlie  most valuable.  This met hod of raising munhrooma  Is probably tlio least- troublesome in  llm entire world. What a vast, differ*  vi-cuco between this way of doing the  work ami tho method used lu under,  ground Paris anil elsewhere, where  tiin> wlio ���������tt!f>nil (o the enltl.  vatlon ofithe inusliruoniH live in a lit** worm in URiir iiini uoluuiu .-.r.-,lit from weok'fl end to (uinther,  Not Accepted  A tilo  of  liriifi'i'slomil I'lory-tellers   ,���������    ii. .    . r. .r.  f,piiinlii������ yarns, ltrowit had Just told  a most unbelievable btory, und tlio  oilier two .r'aneed a I, each other riueii-  tlotihik'y.  Well, I a "sine you, Ronllonien, suhl  llrowu, if I hadn't seen It myself 1  ���������ihoiililn'l Lave lii'lleve.l It.  lla-h'iii-- ������*ell, iniii om* of the two  doubtful iinen, you must remember  old man, ihat we didn't wo it.  According to recent'statistics, Germany is a nation of law-breakers. It  appears that one person out of every  twelve has been convicted for some  transgression ot tho law. One girl  out of ovory 21H, one boy out of forty-  three, ono woman out of twenty-fivo,  avid ono man out of six luive como into  conflict with the authorities over  some dotill o:* other of Gorman law,  The Extremity  Mr. .lames 1-ayn, speaking of Individual interpretations of genoral rules,  said In going round one night with  the oflicer on guard at one of the Wug-  llsh dockyards he heard an amusing  illustration by an Irish sentry of this  point, ��������� ,  If you see a convict escaping, snld  the, what, is It your duty to do?  Sure, sir, and I'm not to lire till the  last oxlronilty. ,  Quito right Tint whnt. do you con*  slder the laK**. exiremity lo be'.'  ,'fust, round the corner of the dockyard there, sir! was llio reply,  Mlnard's Llnlmont Curao Dandruff.  John Bull discovers another important German Secret���������  Fran Germanicus uses nothing hit Black Knight Stove Polish.  The biggest can  of easy shining  stove polish ou  the market. A  pastes���������ready to  use.  Black Knight  10C.-STOVE POLISH-lOc.  Equally good for  Stoves, Grates,  Pipes and Iron  Work. Not  affected by heat.  40  lian Northern S. S., Ltd.  CANADA TO ENGLAND  El.oitfil route lo London nnd continent oa 12,000  Ten Floil'ing PaLcn.  Next Sailings from Montreal  "ROYAL EDWARD" Oct. 30ili  "ROYAL GEORGE" Nov. I3tli  Xmas Sailings���������From Halifax  "ROYAL EDWARD" Nov. 27th  "ROYAL CEORGR" D������, I hi)  Fiii'thi'i' Information from nny rail  or ulouinslilp nwent, or wrlto,  A.  H,  DAVIS, Gen. Agent.  272 Main Street Wlnnlpoo  Maypole Soap  FOR HOME  DYKING  Wuhei and dya it  one opetttion, giving rem* ikably  clean, bright, fait  colori.DyeicoltoD,  wool, tillc oi mil-  tuiei. 24 colou,  will give any ihade.  Colon 10c, black  15c at yout dealer,  orpoitp'd wiilib'k-  Jet "How to Dye*  hom  F. L. BENEDICT ft 00. Monlraal  He Knew  Knlcltor���������Do you understand mort-  sagea?  Bocker���������Yes; tho first la, for the car  and tlio second ls for tho upkeep.  A great prima donna'a Idea of an  expenalvo flat may bo ono that Bho  can buy for a song,  Nurse (to young doctor)���������Your  practice is waiting, air, Shall I  show lilm In?  In'r to fulfil n nro-n!.t*-> lo hi*-  fli-iul wife*, ii Kan DIoko, Calllorniii  mini innrrii'il IiIh hitoihI wlfii rrtuMitiy,  luvt twenty liourn nftor tlu* i|������':i*li of  dis llrnt wifi. nnil Iwelvi* hours linforo  ilin t'utifr.'l luul o������*i*iirn*il. A .limllrfi  i-f tlio Vouch ofllrlntoil. Tlio funiTnl  nf tlio'ii llrH". wlfo wan liciil tlio  r.cxt Dftornoon. Th<*ro won* tlirfi*  Miiall rhllilrr*n by tlm Jlntt marriage  mul for tlidr wclfarf, It Ih halt!, thfl  lit 1* wife'nl hor hu.luinil to lose  Good Idea  Ho wiiii a burly, nhiriiHliloned Bkip*  por nnd had not; yet bncomo tioquiiint-  ed with nil the litti'rit linprovomontB  on HtPiinicrit, When ho wont on llio of his now Htoain cnlller the  oui'lne room tolop;rnpb wiih tho llrnt  LhliiK tlut-. caught IiIh oyo,  WIiiiI'h ihat for'.' ho ilnnuinilpd.  Thnt, kooh down to tho on������;liio-room  icpllotl the matt1, who waa explaining  thliiKH to li'in, '   You nco all tho or-  (Ioi*h on  It Ktill  (���������pood,  Half, Blow,  Stop. All you havo to do la J nut. to  (novo llio hiiwllo and tho tliliifr'a ilono.  If 1 put-tho hitndlo to Full, will Hho  - r, I'tiH ojiioil' <hiV(������(1 tiin mntnln. Ami  ii I turn' It to Bio'p, will It stop?  Corttiinly   mini Uto inato.  Ah, man, uulil tho Hltlpper, a slow  Klad sinillo JlBhUng hl������ faco aftor a  lonj*; hMoiioo, that'H nli'vor, It (Iorh  awuy with all them limps of enRliioera.  \\"h> Htiffcr from corns when thoy  ran ho palnloatly rooted out by using  ']nllownyVCorn Curo.  Tho rector of a small villain In Iro-  '.and recently met ono of hia pai'luli-  !oiior������ ii'ho was n fnrtner and n ^rent  iloK-i'iiiir-U*'-, r.tul who waa alao fond  of a hIiibh of whlBlty. Aa they walk-  <������1 togiMlier awhile the rector, ailtnii-  ing Home of the iIors ho had wiih him  i a t.i to tho farmer:  ])|,1 you ovi*r hear (hat by-Riving a  pup whlnUy yoa kfpt hltn from grow-  lug?  Yea, replied the fanner, ami I tried  It.  With what resulta?  The pup died.  And no.v my friend, nald lhe rector,  wiiHii't that u good le.ison for you?  Uedud it wna, ulr. for I have never  I wasted a drop of pood vvhlnky on any  MIbr Friiucea Ihirratt, tho ten yoar  old daughter of Mr, W. Barratt, of  Novtluimiiton, haa juat achieved an  extraordinary distinction ut a French  school. Bho wan tho only Kngllsh  !.',!rl nt Iho National School nt Mouy  nud bent all tho Fieneh glrla at their  own language, winning tho Unit prize  for French eoinpoBltlon, besides llrnt  ior geography and arithmetic, ami soo  ond I'or,  Frnii'.oln I'iruiiiihlldo, the Ocrmnn  glontPRB who ia now on a visit to London, may bo na la stated, tho tnllent  girl iu tho world, but alio la by no  liicaitH tho talli'Ht who Iiiih been aeen  In tho Metropolla, About thirty yeara  ago n perl'oniiance entitled 'Mabel and  BIJou' drew enorinoua uudkmcoH to the  old Alhambrn, Tho chief attractliJn  was tho Amazon Queen, Imporaonatod  Ij _ j-'wuii*. (kvivia:*. j;lrl iaw"l ".*������������������-  Inn, 12ft.. Sin. In height, who made a  groat Honaatlon as Hho atrodo on to  iho stage clad In a gorgeous metal-  r.overcd costuniP. After the play had  run Itt. courso alio went back to (Jor-  many, where alio died nt the ago of  ���������  -, .. ,*. t-i 1 r, n la  MW   ������   V  ���������-  -    V     .      -  New 8orifl of the Shirt  With OngorB rigid and numb,  With oyollds heavy nud rod,  Tho fellow Hlttiida    by   hla ���������bureau  drawer, \ '  Scratching hla swollen hoad.  Ming! nnng! BUY!  ilo goea at tho tlrnwoi* with a apuvt,  And aiiiga with a-volco which Ib far  from aweet,  Tho Song of tho liutlotiloaa Shirt,  One, two, three!  Out of the drawer they fly;  Four, live, six!  Not a button on one! his cry.  lie pula ono over hla head  And clutches It undor his chin,  Ami trleii���������with nomo words���������to faat-  en It on  *  With a meaaely safety-pin.  Oh, molhora and slBtora dear!  Oh, liiothora-ln-law and wives!  It la not tlio linen you'ro wearing out  But patience and human Uvea!  Pleaao try and get busy, do:  (live up building that hat or skirt,  Juat long, enough to bow at least  A butlon upon ono shirt.  U8E YOUR SPARE TIME  Wo give you a Homo Study CourBO  which will onablo you to proparo for  hotter thlnga by using your aparo tlmo.  Wo teach all, Commercial branchoa,  Higher Accounting, Drawing, Illustrating, and fit young peoplo for good  positions at good salaries, Wrlto us  for particulars and lot us know what  position you would llko to prepare  lor. Do It now. Address W. II.  Chaw, l'rw-ldont, Shaw Correspondence School, Toronto, Canada,  Your  dealer pays  more for this  flour than for  any other, but  he's satisfied  CLEAN   HANDS  18o ��������� Tin.  tku'tWUU**. f.*l tern will*. ��������� ������Im������ ImIUIIa*  tlU)-tf UtOI-IUl.-Uki-J IIKUT 1UNil  ci.r.*������xa   will tiaoii t>tu������ ul >ut_*  Indignant  .Tinimv. like all healthy boys, was  fond of playing out of tioora, ami, nuw  hoyti lu guileful, !".������ u^uullj" I'M wm-  aolf scaiidaloualy dirty. IT'1 van  about to sit -down to dlnnor ono day  when hla mothor happenod to notice  tho hqIIixI condition of his handa, and  -wit him out (o lhe kitchen to wash  tli em. .   , , ,  You incorrigible boy! site exclaimed, aa soon as alio aaw tho basin of  water In which bo <had performed the  required ablution*. How In tho  world do you manage to j_et your  handa ao dirty?  That didn't ull amin from my hattda!  Indignantly answered Jimmy. I wash-  ���������:il ;uy face In Mmf writer, too!  London, England, has about 0,000  mllk-#hops and an almost similar number of public-house..  ������ mm*  Hamburg, Uie first clly to perceive  the dau���������*-i* of Uie modem long liat-  pln, hag provlilfil Hn Irani conductorH  with boxen of hatpin polnt-protectorn.  Ladles with ungarded hatpins may  now thooso between getting dowa  from the car nnd giving the conductor  an extra penny for a couple of the  .\.,,��������� IM,,.,!   Ti,,l,,t,r,i-i,lnpti^fQ  I  to do  so in ord-er  to sell you  u Jhe. best-:  purity  prniiR  .Hore Breadl  ahd Better  Bread N.  Tmr.  TCT?.WR.  rmTTn7.TJT.AND. I?.  C  7**  |4M ^-M*-W-r-M-*H**W 1-H-HfrF  f J  ten, tm fboss hl> abofl* empty  X I l1__ If/Hi. AT flic::  ������������*^������rtitao<Uh-a_iating*att������  I Showing  tha  Difficulty of $  Working In Double  Harntse  I     DvM, I. ARCHIBALD  A newly married couplt hare often  Men compared to a team of fcoreaa  roked fur the flrat time in double har������  less. It U an excellent comparison,  tee stnrt ie made when the wedding  fourney la over aud the couple enter  apou the0 routine of ordinary life. Their  expectation tiaually Ib that tbe billing  end cdolug will last so long aa they  Ure. Hut lovers ere elevated upon an  ���������motional plain that cannot be maintained tiny more than one can listen to  music or look nt beautiful works of  |rt or read poetry day in and day out  without doing anything else.  On starting upou n uulted Journey  they And that one lias boon accustomed to go at one pace, tlie other M  another. Oue bas one gait, tbe other a  differ.nt one. But it is the coming  (own from the antenuptial roseate  condition that often brings about the  fereuklug ln to trawling double on life's  .ItirnplUo, ���������    - .*���������''   ��������� . ���������-.'.- "���������;���������.  Phil Ormsby and Rosalind Scrl-iser  returned from their wedding Journey to  enter tholr cozy little home.   Rosalind  wus nineteen and Phil wns twenty-  eight.   Rosalind was nt an age wherein  a newly mnrrled person, especially a  ivomau, lstnot prepared for a sudden  let-cent from tbo courtship condition. .  .., ;I!hll was naturally practical nnd old  . for Uls nge.   The season oir preparation  fur the wedding had* come upon him  When bo was actively engaged- In business, itud, the two together had Worn  upoiiJilii).   Then enmo tho honeymoon,  0and, though at first It brought; a de-  '^ lightful '-ifeat,'-, before It was finished he  desired to get back to some important  tnat(em which ho had left unfinished.  Tho result wna that when ho found  himself at home he was pleased to return to a normal condition both in hla.  private and business llfo.  The first day  on  coming  home  from  business   he  greeted his wife with Just a trifle less  ef ti lover's exuberance than he had  ���������lieeii-ln-the-hab!tioffl-8how,!ng,-and.-  throwlng himself Iti an easy chair, took  Up tin evening newspaper and began to  tool; It over. '.���������'���������'  His wife-eyed'him askance. Tbey  bad entered ujion the collapse of the  courtship honeymoon period, the beginning of tho real '.matrimonial life. Unfortunately both had not reached the  portal of their new companionship at  the i-amo moment As In the caso  Df n span of nowly yoked horses, where  lhe ono has settled down to n trot  while the other Is still caracoling���������������o  , Iind rhll entered upon the affairs of  ordinary life, while Ronullud had uot  left a world of romance.  Phil went on reading hla newspaper.  Re wna somewhat tired, but this was  not the prime courso of his disposition  io glance over tho news of tho dny,  Re half expected tbnt his young wlfo  iroultl soy whatever she might have to  iny, while he read, but she didn't. Finally he looked up. Thero was a cloud  en Rosalind's fnco no bigger than a  man's hand.  "Anything enpcelnl happened during  the day?" ho miked.  "A great deal has happened, but you  have been so occupied with your nows-  paper that I supposed you took uo Interest In your home." '  "What's gone wrong?"  -'Nothing ihat would Interest you."  ���������'My dour, bow can you say that?  Anything that coucerns you Interests  mo."  "Po. I thought, until yon enmo home  tbo first evening after our roturn froin  our wedding Journey and took moro Interest In the world's news (ban ln your  ������wn household."  Phil didn't reply to this at once. For  month* he had been very much pleased  It nny reproach for any Inattention to  bis love. Now be wondered wby tbli  one annoyed him.  "Tell me, Bweoibcsrt, what has gone  wrong today."  "Oh, nothing that yon need worry  ���������bout. I dnre sny the cares of business  havo been quite enough for you to on-  (Sure.   I can bear the rest,"  "Toll me ouo thing you have had to  bear."  "Woll, In lhe first plnco, I telephoned  the butcher to send a porterhouse steak  tnd be sent n sirloin."  "That's too bnd.   Whnt else?"  "There nro mice In tho houso.  One  ���������enmo o*    today mid ran along the  baseboard."  "We'll put traps nbout"  "Ur n cat."  "'J'iuU'i a fc-.'iNJ lili-ti."  Hi* drew lior down onlo bis lap and  th������re wnu n little i-nolng. but somehow  row tunf tbey could enn as much ns  6������ tfttf&tes. fitai&tBf Area tart-  teaa, Pfeil fotred hia abod* empty an.4  aba  any  rat  ef Wax Ufa with fear mother and would  sarar return to bim.  Host men would have looked upon  Uiia kicking of tbe matrimonial traces  on tbe part of hla running mate as a  rery serious matte, and would have  gone after hla wife to try to pacify her  or to upbraid her; but, as I hare aald,  Phil had an old man's head on a  young man'a shoulders. He did nothing of the kind. Rosalind expected  him to follow her and either beg for  pardon or reproach her. Bhe looked  for him aa soon ae he had had time to  come after reaching home. She kept  her eyea on the clock, watching the  dragging .minute hand, thinking at  times that Ita movement had ceased,  and every minute after Phil had had  ample time to reach her'was one of  agony. She stood at a window, where  she could look out on tbe street and  watch the clock at the same time, and  every time she heard a footfall on the  sidewalk her heart began to beat like  a drum. Tho day died, darkness fell,  and no repentant husband.  When her fathor came In he was Informed by his wife that their daughter  had,been driven out of ber home by a  brutal husband. He had "been thoro"  himself when a young man and did  not take so radical a view of the matter. When his wife urged him to seek  Phil and either bring him to reason  or horsewhip him he said: \  "I will have nothing to do with the  matter, and my advice to you ls to  keep out oflfc yourself."  For two days Mr. Scrlmser held the  two women down-he said afterward  It was like sitting on tbe Ud of a boiling kettle���������nnd then a terriblo looking  communication came for Mrs. Ormsly  wltb an awful triplet of names tn the  left hand upper corner, "Crawshaw,  Brlnkorhoff & Snaffleld, Attorneys and  Counselors at Lav." Rosalind collapsed. Her mother fanned her and  put a smelling bottle under ber nose.  Hei; father was not In the bouse.  Finally the young wife started up  and tore the envelope to tatters. There  was enough of the contents hanging  together to show that the firm bad  beeu retained by Philip Ormsly. ber  husband, to enter a suit against her  for divorce on account of desertion. .'"'"���������  Mrs. Ormsby put a hat on her head-  wrong end forward���������jabbed a spike In  ft nnd In as quick time 'as she could  get there was In the office of Messrs.  Crawshaw, Brlnkerbotf & Snaffleld,  After Bending In her name she was  ushered Into the private office"of Mr.  Snaffleld, of whom she bad heard her  husband speak as one of bis acquaintances,  parte'* soldiers introduced the old-new  style of leg wear which speedily scour,  ed recognition as the distinctively  masculine garment of civilians throughout two continents.  In 1814���������the year before Waterloo-  it *was related as a current news Item  of some importance that the great  Duke of Wellington had been refused  admittance to Alraack's ln London because he presented himself wearing  trousers instead of the conventional  breeches which the dress regulations  then ln vogue demanded,  Ab a matter of historical fact trousers have been worn by various races  and by both sexes In all tho ages of  which any authentic records exist.  Generally speaking, trousers wero regarded ln ancient times as symbolical  of inferiority or effeminacy, ln tho  triumphal processions of tho Caesars,  for example, prisoners of war woro  ihem as a sign of defeat, while tho   buccobs in this part of town.",  SMALLER PAPER MONEY.       A TROUSERS CENTENARY.  Secretary MaoVeagh'a Plan te RiduM   ItWu Napoleon's Men Who Brought  the fix* tf lanknotes. |    ���������   ' That Garment Into Fashion.  The slie ef all United States curren.. As nearly as can be ascertained it Is  ey aad national banknotea will ho..nt- '-a hundred yeara einca Napoleon Bona-  duced by one-third and their designs'  .erolutionlxed for the sake of economies to the government, convenience  to the public and safety against counterfeiting If Secretary MacVeagh of tbe  treasury has hla way.  It la proposed to make tbe dimensions  6 by 2>_ inches. The paper money now  ln3 circulation measures 7.28 by 8.04  Inches. The designs of all paper money  ���������United States notes and certlflcatea  and national bank notes���������would be systematized and made uniform for every  denomination.  This move la expected to save the government about 1900,000 annually and  the national banks, which pay for tbe  plates for their notes aud pnrt of the  cost of redemption, about $200,000.  For many months the only deterrent  to tho step by executive authorities has  belt tho belief that it would be neees-  sa | for congress to appropriate about  \JM,i}00 to replace the national bank  plates which have been pnld for by the  national banks. This problem has been  solved by a plan to have the general  design of all national bank notes uniform, requiring only one eugraved  plate for each denomination, and to  place on the notes by surface printing  the name, location and charter number  of the bank.- This would do away with  separate plates for each bank.  EHghteen months would be required I  to effect tho change. To meet the objection that for a time at least there  wou|dbe two sizes Of currency In circulation it bas been suggested that tbe  government print in advance a sufficient quantity of the notes of the new  size to bo exchanged at tho subtrens-  urles and national bnnks ou a fixed  date. The change could bo substantially accomplished within a few days,  treasury officials believe.  Thero are now nineteen different designs of currency. The change would  reduce these to nine. Each denomination would bo characterized by a distinctively American historical -portrait  engraved in the center of the note. In  time the portraltwouhl be a dlstingulsh-  ing feature of each denomination and  wotild be a safeguard against counter-  felting, especially tho prevalent practice of raising a note to a higher denomination.���������Kansas City Star. :  "EXTENDING" CREDIT.  ���������ft Kind of Banking That Didn't Ap*>  peal to the Grocar.  A grocer, who contemplated starting  a  branch store, spent a day In the,  i������tore of tho man whom ho expected to  buy  out,. Investigating  neighborhood  conditions.    In came a little girl for  two pounds of sugar, a package of  ' starch, some flour, Bait and coffee. Her  1 purchases camo to 87 cents.  }���������'��������� "Mother will have a dollar tomor-  I row," she aald, "and sho will pay you  i then.",  Tbe grocer nodded "all right"  I   "And she wants tlie chango now,"  the child added.   "She needs money to  ! buy thread."  Unhesitatingly he counted 13 cenls.  Tho vlslllng grocer was amazed,  "Is that tho way you do business  dowu here?" he asked.  "Have to," said the neighborhood  tradesman. "Can't get along any other way. You havo to know the people  you can safely extond credit to, but  the Judgment and the will to carry ou  a limited banking business without Interest is tho basis of overy grocer's  Bturdy legs of Rome's victorious legions  were haro below tho bottom ot the  eklrtod or kilted coat of mall,  For the last hundred years or thereabout trousers have been widely recognized as the garments of authority, the  outwnrd and visible sign of the stroug-  er ser, says tho American Tttllor and  Cutter. But that position has not boon  won or maintained without a struggle. Many attempts havo been1 made  to trample down tho tyranny of trousers, as tbelr rule has been called. Many  times has their superiority been challenged. But so far their position remains secure.  The grocer abnndoned the uow cuter,  prise.���������Philadelphia Public Lodger,  IVORY MADE FROM MILK.  of  "I came to nsk," she said, plucking,  up an appearance of severity, "the nature of theso proceedings for which  you nave beeu retained."  Mr. Snaffield tapped a silver bell. A  hungry looking clerk with a complexion as ydllow as paper a century old  came tn and was Instructed to bring  Iho papers "In re Ormsby versus  Ormsby."  "1 care nothing about the horrid papers," said the lady, knocked from ber  equanimity at tho mere mention of the  "In re," "1 wish to know whether this  mlt has actually been begun In the  courts."  "Our business is very extensive," replied the lawyer. "It Is impossible for  us to keep track of all our cases. Tho  papers will sbow"*-  "1 wish an Interview with my husband." <v  I "An Interview between you and the  j plninUff cau ouly be arranged with his  j consent, and wo hnvo ot present uo  i Instructions on the subject. Monnwhllo  1 If you desire to transmit any proposition for cither reconciliation or settle-  ' mont out of court to Mr. Ormsby It  : can be clone through our Iirm."  "Do you supposo," cried the wife  fiercely, "that I would npprouch my  wedded husband through o firm con-  listing of threo men with such u frightful  Rtrlng of  names  ria Crnwshaw,  nrlukcrhoff St Snalllold?"  I   "Pardon me, madam, you forget that  wo nro Mr. Ormsby's attorneys aud  .ro In duty bound to protect him,"  j   "Protect him! Do yon supposo I wish  | to tenr him to pieces?   Oh, ny good-  i ness graclousl   I ahull go wild with all  this horrid law formality."  i   "By no means, madam. But wo must  have rules of procedure, and ennnot  bave o special rulo for ench caso. Some  ef our clients In tho divorce, courts  i would not moot a husband or a iwlfo on  iny account   Wo do not know thnt  Mr. Ormsby would wish to ovoid meeting you, liul"-  "I demand to see my husband, i  don't wish to creuto n seen. In hln office, mid I would not be llkoly to find  lilm at our bouAi. If you don't or-  rango"���������  The door opened and Phil Ormsby  filtered.  i   "Hollo!   Snaff. what's required?"  1   -'Oh, Phil." exclaimed bis wife, "how  can you treat mo so?"  Mr, Kmiflleld left tho room,  "How tt'eat you so?"  "!'.������   ' . '.!'.!:* I'-crr!'.1! f.l,v'nr',e V������i-<*t*"r������<*������  Tio withdraw H nnd let's foiKiit and  forirlve.   I duro any I'vo been very unreasonable"  "Ho unreasonable, sweetheart," tak-  Ono  of  tho .Latest Achievemontt  Synthetic Chemiotry.  Synthetic chemistry Is working wonders ln many fields, and ono of the  ���������laiest-diseoverles-byTits-experts-is-how-  to make Ivory but of 'nothing more  wonderful tlytn cow's milk���������aud very  good ivory tit that, according to all  accounts. The original Idea was to  uso the new "Ivory" for piano ond organ keys because Ir. preserves Its original color Indefinitely, whereas tbe genu-  Ino article turnsyellow after a tlmo.  But It has been found that the uew  product is not only an efficient substitute for lvory,,btit cau easily be prepared so as to take the place ot amber,  horn, coral, celluloid and such like  products nud, It Is claimed, can hardly  be distinguished from tliein.  It Is lu its position as a substitute  for ivory that the new material has  cuusod most surprise! however,' becauso It has tho appearance of being  anotlwr Instance of Improving upon  nnture. Tho new ivory takes a very  high und lasting polish und probably  will uot luck a commercial Held for  Itself, ns natural Ivory continues to'  grow scarcer and donrcr year by year.  ���������Allahabad Pioneer,  MARVELS OF PANAMA.  The Gatun Dam, the Culebra Cut and,  tho Groat Locks.  Panama's marvels are the Qaluu  dam, the Culebra cut and the locks,  each of the six of them with two chambers 1,000 feet long and 110 feet wide.  You think you oan manufacture a  mental picture of theso locks, but you  oannot-not till you have gone down  their perpendicular sides a thousand  feet kud got aboard a dummy train  that journeys three-fourths of a mils  along the bottom; not till you have  looked up and seen the cathedral arches  springing ln glory from side to side  and gazed at the steel gates seven feet  thick and marked the cistern holes in  the bottom of the channel, upland down  through which will move tho strong  streams that will lift ond let down the  ships of the nations Into their cradles  Freed!  The man threw out his clutch and  pulled In his horns, or ho threw in his  clutch and threw out his chest, whicli.  ever Is technically correct. For the  thousandth time ho proposed to the  iweet young thing who was sitting  beside him In the automobile. And  for the thousandth time she answered  hlrn thus: *  "No, Lionel, I love you dearly, but  I shall never marry a man who has a  shameful burden of debt upou hts  shoulders. Free yourself and I will be  onjy too glad to bo yours."  ; A happy smile U|umluated the features ot the driver, and be manipulated  tho doo-dad that makes the car run  at third speed.  "Darling,*1 he cried, "you are mine  at last! Yes, the debts are no more.  Once again I can face the world an  honest man.   My debts nr*"���������  .-'Paid?"  'Better���������outlawed 1"  She would have fallen Into his arms I child she wouid spring at It  SATURDAY  NIGHT  SERMONS  BY  R_v.Sr\MmW.rYAVisM  THE SOULS GREATEST QVESTION.  I    Text, "What must 1 do to be savc-?'1*-  ; Acts _vl, SO.  i    This-is the record of the first Chri.-  j Han sermon preached ou European soil.  j-It was a strange place, a strange hour,  ; with a strange auditor and a etrnnge  j preacher.   Tho place wns a dungeon,  the hour midnight, the audience a Jail-   ,  i cr, the preacher u prisoner.   However,  stono walls do not mnke n prison nor  j steel, bars a cage.   The~pii.oners. Paul  and his companion, Sllaa. In a place  whore curses were ordinarily  heard,  wero shouting praises and Ringing a  "glory song" of their own.    At midnight the foundations shook and the  walls rocked.   Tho Jailer spranx Into  their presence ready to kill himself,  thinking  his  prisoners  had  escaped.  Paul exclaimed. "Do thyself uo harm,  for we nro all here."   Then tho Jailer  asked   tho  soul's   greatest  .question,  "What must 1 do to be saved?"   Tha  answer was, "Dellevo ou the Lord Jesus Christ and thon shalt be saved."  It Is the most momentous question of  today. Public teachers-are always  watching for straws to Indicate humanity's drift. But It is possible te  bo misled by shore currcuts. Ou the  street car if one������listens the great questions seem to he: "What shall 1 do ta  get rich?" "What shall I do to get  thin?" "What shall to get mar-  lied?" Rut underneath Is n greater  burnlug Issue. Not the saloon question, uot labor/not negro, not political,  not even the great social question, but  tho question of tho Individual, "What  must I do to be saved?"  The Eternal Question.  Know why mothers threw children  Into Ganges or under wheels of Juggernaut? Cruel ? Like to stand off and  watch the child die? Not in a thousand years.    If n tiger menaced her  Trust the  had they not Just then been negotiating a perilous hairpin turn.���������Cleveland  Plain Dealer. '       with the tenderness of a mother wlTlr  an Infant, for underneath extend culverts the sizo of railroad;tunnels.. It Is  through theso and through mighty  valves that the locks ere filled and  emptied. ���������';  "Movo about awhile among these  works like a pygmy lost In it labyrinth  of tho gods aud it will dawn on you  what sort of thing men have been  about hero on this neck of Darlen.���������  World's Work.  Up to Date Blacksmith.  At a concert for charity In a country  town Miss Carter, obliged by reciting  "The Tillage niacksraith." At the con-  elusion of her recital the rural audience  cheered.  ,  ,jAucowerl" tbey cried.   "Ancowerl"  Iodine Fumigation.  Although for disinfecting superficial  wounds and for sterilizing (ho skin before operations surgoons havo long regarded Iodine as one of tho most usoful  aullseptles, they havo boon uuablo to  Ilnd n practical way of using it in liquid  form in deep wounds. Dr. Lougo of  Marseilles, France, has devised a method of producing iodine fumos and lias  used thorn successfully lu treating all  kluds.of wounds, no dips tbo end of a  pleco of cotton In iodoform powder and  then lights tho cotton nt a point where  Germany Askino "Why?" |-t ,B -'���������'po tvom P0^*-'1'- W��������� funics of  Germany is beglnulng to be troubled !,od!no lll,,t ot (,ucc rls0 t,nn elllier ^  over tho declining birth rate through- i oppll������a directly to tho nfTcctcd part or  LuHt year tho excess 'collected In n Jar nnd applied by means  Miss Carter was about to grant thT  request  when  a  burly   fellow  very  much out of breath tapped her on th������  shoulder.  "I've Just come round from In frout,"  whispered the man excitedly. "I wunl  yer to do mo a favor."  "Well, what Is Jt?" queried Miss Car.  ter.  "It's this," whispered the Intruder,  "1 happen to be tho feller you^vo been  talkln' about, and I want yer to put in  a verse this time enyin' as how I lei  out blcycleB."���������Popular Mechanics.  "I'������  That's Different.  'Tarson," exclaimed Ephrnitn,  got 'llglon-'llglon, I tell you!"  "That's flue, brotherl   You nro goln,  to lay "aside all slu?"  "l'cs, sab."  "You're going to church?"-  "Yes, sah-ree." ���������  "You are going to care for the wld  owe?"  "Ah, yea, sah,"  "You are going to pny your debts?"  "Sah, dut ain't- 'llglon; dqt'a bus!  noss,"-*- Judge.  out tho empire,  of births over deaths In, Prussia was  400,000, but ln KllO It was r>si,ooo,  showing n loss of excess In ono year of  01,000, or nearly 10 por cent. In Bavaria tho oxces9 of births over deaths  In 10.H) was 81,000 und In 11)11 only  7..000, n los3 In exceas of 11,000, or  over 11 per cent. Tho comploto statistics for tho empire uro not jot available, but tho Berlin statisticians regard It as certain thnt tho year's Increase In population will bo less than  700,000. As a result tho government of  Prussia hns Instituted an Inquiry Into  tho cnuscn of tho decllno.-Exchange  of a syringe. The effect of the fumos  ls both deodorunt and soothing. Tliey  Iin vo been especlnlly use fill In the treatment of iibsccssoH, cancers aiid similar  nffcctlous,���������Youth's Companion  No Uie For a Corpse.  III. __  Dyes In TtirUUh Ruqb,  Williln tho last fow years vegetable  dyes lmvo beon superseded in tho Turkish rug malting Industry to n great  extent by coal (at' ami atilllno preparations, owing partly to tho lowor price  of the latter, partly to tho dllllculiy of  getting cnoiiflli of (ho vegetable dyes  to supply thn fast growing busluers,  Tho ntillliio dyes fiooii fado In tho buu<  light, whoren** (ho vegetable dyes will  not fudo either In wi'sltlng or In (ho  minll(;lit and will grow Roftcr, dehor  nntl glossier with lhe pnKblng yi/nin,  No Killing Permitted.  Visitors to Switzerland aro warned  Ihat kissing la strictly prohlblled In  the station and on tho platforms of  Sorm-ii, In the ciintou of Obwiild, on  tlio Uruiilg line, uud that any such  'demonstration will result In the arreet  lnnd fining of the participants. A large  placard bearing tbo "following Inserlp-  j lion has Just beeu placed In the station  | with tho consent of (bo local author!-  Itlesi  "Notice. - Considering (ho hIiusm  ! which have resulted, messlours (he  ! honorable strangers nro requested not  to IiIkr each other on tho platforms Of  tho station. (Slgnod) Tho Society For  tho Prolecdou of young Girls Traveling Alono,"  Ly rnTid'trtlierrdidnV^m'to be   higher in bis arms, "that I have thought , m%^.'n" 0f Tn'iro'ponrI������rwllh ft  '.      ., ,,r, ., it   i������ ���������.,,. ���������..,���������/������_ piiD   von Mimild ho tntipht n lesson,    tins > ,,,,,-j ���������,���������.������������������,. ,,!,.,.������������������,, nf iiion-nnrV  \,,t,   t..  -������tk"   ...   ������.^.,--j    ������������������      ��������� _ti ^    i.,._,lr.___   la   n    nil*   nn   1fill.   to .*.....   ������.,..,..   .   m.\���������j\fi.i  wna not Borry when they woire buiu-  tnonrd lo dinner,  A fortnight poMed diiiliig which  there were mnny recurrences of such  Irenes, though the hnnlmud did not  inrrefd In mntiitnlnlng lilm serenity ns  well n������ upon tliolr flr������r tiny spnl, Dnr-  \t\9 \\i**a two weeks the bride wn������  rapidly cnmliitj tn the rntnUilon of one  *K\\n n������nn>e*i tbnt In her niarrlngo n  terrible miemke hn* hi*������>n nwrtK thnt  fcw himhntid (l-iMu'r invc fif������r, nnd ihe  fcjttom hn* d.otmrd oul of the unlren^ hippy family  dlvorro bufdriess la n put up Job, to  ihow you what may be the result of  Jomwtlt- quarrels. I anked my friend  8nnfileld to *how you how n real divorce- would feci. Como bomo wltb  me and we'll forget oil about It"  "It will nlwnys lie like i horrid dre.nm  lo me."  flo Ihey kissed and randi** op Thnt  happened ten years ago. The Orm-tbyn  bnve long ago got lined to Ihe humdrum  ef life nnd wllh (beir children make 8  Pearls and Diamonds In a Carpet.  A carpet uni1.'. fin11. uiiu- .it.uj In  ll.'c iituDiiii !,lJ i')). cf Iho liTiiruren (if  thu much talked of gnelavar of Hnro*  dn. Tho carpet Is only ton feet by els  feet In size, bat It Is woven from  cantor  ������ The  magnificent fabric cant ������200,000 and Is  guarded ln the mubarnjab's treasure  room.  A College Fer Flremin.  Thero has been established In Now  York n culU^o fui* firemen, whero ttw  city firemen nro (rallied In the best  limit,..d (rf lulitli.,* a.Uai-ii mul tu meet  the piiiergeii<'lc!i which may arlwe. A  feature of (he curriculum li to havo  the firemen drop front (he edge of a  tli itory b* lldlng Iuto a uct bt*lo,w.   '���������  A Dangeroui Occupation.  Of all occiipntloltia dnngorous to life  (he most hazardous Is (hat of life mv  ers In (ho United States bureau of  mines, Tho annual mortality nmong  (hem Is at tho rato of eighty a thou-  ,        ���������������       ������������������-   ri  ,    ������,.  i   -,,-,,.  I..,,.   ������������������f.���������!ll������������������1  lheir lives rxxxt of n tiyvrty of eighty, I  whlto seven others fell unconscious in !  tho poisonous vapors of mines, but)  woro rescued by (heir companions, i  Aud yet thoro Is np difficulty In (lulling j  linroh-   men   rendv  to undertake  (he  duty.   Married In Muurntng.  Sit couples dressed In mourning were  married nt th* garrison church In Potsdam, Ocrninny, July 10. They are  known n������ tho T.oufio bWoVi! p.ifrs, Kvery year these funeral wedding* are  celebrated at 0 oVIork nn .Inly 10, f*.i  dny and (he hour at which Queen  T.oulse died. This year each bride received $112 tn return for bar itcrifict  ������f bridal Quatf.  "4  Dill- I'MIr dlnUnm, I lovo yer, 5I������g  I lofo yer well enough ter bloomln  I/oil die fer yer!  Mug���������No good ter me, lllll. I wan  somo one who'll lovo mo well enougl  ter bloomln' well work for mel-Sydno*  V-iUntl--  Twice.  -'Captain, you (old me (his ho*  would reach the dock by 0 o'clock,"  "Did 1, mndam? Well, I must hnvi  lied to you. We'll be thero ln uliom  twenty mlnutm.'  "lint tho land Isn't In sight yetr  "So f nee. Mndnm, you havo cnujilt  me In another llo/'-Chlcngo Tribune.  Natural Enough.  Sir. ti>������i!������tMot���������They nre driving tliir  even (lie Clilneie tiavegrnnlfd role* t<  women.  Mr. (.Iroui'hmore -I'm noi n*tf.ti1*hrd  Vldtik of (lie nntiirlfx that Clilnen  woiiien haro be.u wvuriiig trouieri.-  Chlcago Ntttfc  female of tho species for that    No;  she's slmply trying to answer the eternal question.   Know why tbe howling  dervishes cut anil  carve  themselves,  wby fakirs hold out their arms uutll  paralyzed,   why   pilgrims   crawl   ou  bauds and kuees over mountain, desert  and plain to reach Mecca?  Simply fanatics?   Never.    It's their answer te  the question.    Know why our Jtoman  Catholic brethren can exact an obedl-  T-nre~tbat^OTli^^  pibud oud ashamed?   Know why the  mother church raises sums that are  princely, while others of us dole out  thu pennies with humiliating slowness  and exactness to our faithful ministry?  Know why the devout will go to mass  through fire, snow and  water, while  tho tiniest cloud and the silliest trifle  will keep our people homo?   It is bo-  cause she knows meet tbe ageless question of tho human wayfarer,  "What must I do to bo saved?"  What li "Being Saved7"  P.eing "saved" Implies being "lost" oi  "in danger," of course.   Difllcult to gel  people to bnllcvo they ore anyway near  it   Tho Jailer didn't ask that question  tho night beforo.   if uny one was in  danger or lost ho was qulto sure it  wus his two prisoners.  Tho whole drift  of tho Now Testuincut ls to show that  man Is lost    Christ didn't say men  hnvo lost, but nro lost,   Thoy haven't  lost -money,���������health, friends,' position,  but self.   Ills purpose'In coming wns  "to seek nnd .avc that which was lost"  That Is tho meaning of tho pnrublcs of  the lost sheep, the lost coin, tho prodigal  son,    No sense In Clulut going  through agony of (lethscmnno and horrors of Oolgothiii If Immunity wns perfectly safe.  What la it to be saved?  A  liurbor ls saved by building a break-  wnter.   Titanic pasmengors woro saved  when they wero rescued from tho sinking ship. "What shall I do to be lost?"  is mighty pertinent.    Don't do anything.   Just do nothiiigl   If you've nc-  .Mentally tnkon poison and,tho phy-  { uie Ian hands you au antidoto don't tfrka  [ il; Just let the poison do Ms work. 'If  i your boat, nenrs (ho falls don't row;  ! Just let tlio boat drift    If the build-  i lug's on lire, Just .sit still.   "Inasmuch  ' as ye did It not" was (ho sentence.  What Muit I Do?  ! Nothing moro simple than llio an-  j ������w*������r, "!U*llon������ on tho Lord .Iokub  : Christ," nothing more confusing thnn  ! (ho intiiiy Interpretations of It "Ilo-  I Ik'vlng" means what? Simplo lutclloc-  | Iiml assont. "The devils believe and  tremble," we are assured, Hero I nm ,  a sick mnn. I lmvo wry little hopes  | of recovery. Vou tell mo If I only belli.* voln your physician I will get well.  | What you mean Is If I will lulie your  '-physician as mine, obey Ills directions  - In <'tire, food and Irentnient I will get  brii'l" my health. "Imllovf- nnil be h������p>  fixed," Paul told iho Jnili'r. Was  bis tli-v-1 pri'siiipiloii,   It nwaut break-  ' t,,i,   .,,,.,,���������   f,.,,ni   lil.i   itlil   ni."HI   n>-c"i,f>t������.  (IfitH end would vory lll'-*lv coal film  bin bread ninl liuller. When iho rich  young ruler hkI.ciI the great question  Christ's lliKt prr.siTijitl.iii w,*i,i, ���������'Sell  (hnt thou hast nnd uivo io (he poor."  II*������ lold tlio r-'Kliiivil ilt'inuiil'ii' lo "go  .bump ninl tell iin Ini'iiij-t. > iitxf, \in%  "a hard ono-fo wear the bmlpe of dis-  H|ilc>*h!p In broad dnyltulit beforo ont-'a  old neluhliur**. CoiivIiIIihi. ������*<uiversion,  ������*oiifi*!,<*|iiii, b*ipil-*m. n-i-lltutlmi.n nuni-  lifr of thin*-*, nre nci**,s:,.ii,1v, ".lii!-.t  jtrfvm youi'sHf to .!i**i**.*' ������ald n S'nha-  tion Ann. lassie at (lip suvei rnnu'r  lnv-t ulaht. All rlsrht. tllvlng \imr*elt  (u drhik. (o flmly. t������������ fftHbl.tii, t*< filefte-  lire. tiiitiUt**- fiintrnder lo tint  thliif.  ���������fjhlllg   .llrlil-K-lf   10   Jf#U*    flll].;h*l   tlmt*  ruuiler f bim.  9   g  w������#4������j tf������W#, ������ftM6������ftl-AM&, Bm-Ti'Stfi C0fc*&*^/fc.  Gvcy lllank"ts frpu,...  Whim���������_.. .  Coniloi'ters from   .. .., M.Jotx jvfti,!-"  ...... 4.00 a pair  . S1..7() oac,h .a.^ up  A new Stock ;of: Extension Tables, Parlor Tables and Chairs of  (5=c;:^___^ all kinds, jtist received' ~-^-^^=?\)  Wc. always carry, a full stock of Beijs anrf Bedding,  Springs ant! Mattresses  , KawcclL'?-Stovos nntl Range, nro tlio by-it.  CAf.L-.--AND--lNyiM-:(!T-:-TllKM. Work, A-.MoKINNON     Oumberlaud  m^-fnif*.**������.A._. A-i������.^^_^������������".������-V._,--F������^-^.������..'w-^������'-"*'  ���������'���������y.Ti-ryi  r������;ic,tor,i;i, .1!, C.  1' 964'  *t-t**'  m*a*^a*i,mlwt-t- ������c.r_v ^*������������>������ nera jr  ...M%. 4.-~t.\Vf 0  ������  THOMAS' CROSSING  Sidney, il. C. Phone V $  Cuiiiber'ancl,' T'.C.  Phono.;������������������  5. NAKANO.& CO,  RBAL, ESTATE AGENTS  Hi* OrKicK-51'S, Fit-guard St.  VICTORIA, B. C.  maaa-mtj.  \amt*K,miw***m.^*.mmilvmi*i  Banquet and Socia  A very successful banquc-l and was given by   the   Ladies'.  Aid in t'ie Methodist  chinch cu  ���������Tuos;lay evening.    In   spite   ol'  ,the si or ui which  raged outside,  .a goodly company sat   down- at  .the Cables,   which   were   loaded  .according io  the best   traditions  of this now famous   Ladies'  Aid  with ihe choicest that  .iiry ar,t pi'9yide?. To aid digestion  a "Klbndykc  Kush."   ha,4  been  arranged iu search of a   bag   of  ,go!den nuggets, whicli  was, won  by Mr. Hughes.    But  many pi"  tt'.ie defeated .candidates gave evi-  iicncepfhaying; rc'ceiyed the full  .benefit oi the exercise  provided.  The tnu.*}ical������  program ine and  ,vec.uaiii'ns following,, were much  ci.joyed by all,    Tlie hit  of   the  a-v-'in ng. was the  response of the  ''re^iduat of the Aid,    Mrs. _V*h-  croft, lo the encore  to her  reci-  jtttiou, when she gave some-ori-  filial references-of decidedly apt  j. ical application, which., weru  keenly appreciate^- The tuo-  .tion'of thanks, proposed by Mr.  ���������jN.wtoii, Inspector of mines, to  the visiting friends assisting in  t'no programme met with au cu-  ihuriiastic rospoiise. About fii-  ,ty dollars wns netted from 'the  ,eveuing's receipts,.  ��������� '��������� .    ' '   '������   '    -���������-  DJtOWNlNU   FATAIJTY  -0. H. Strand, oti Union Ray;  foreman of tlie AmU-rnon loymiii''  yuup, was drowned off tliu Uo-  ������������������mox end of Di'inimn Island nn  Friday hist, Ho, with Geo. Roe  went, (Inek and brant shooting in  it launch, with a punt in tew.  The. wnter bein^ too rough tu  ji.ud iu tlie launch, it was an-  eluded some-distance   from sIkhv,  I lie men going ashore iu the puni,  liuviii!.' shot, some birds, Mr.  fsinml went out in the ptiut to  .*-������ eui'i* tbe'i;, Tha boat wns by  ���������,-oinu iiieitn,-' unknown upset,  )h rowing Mr. Strang into the  lough .-������������������fit,- Ho t'truggU'd in the  filler I'i 11' over hall' un hour liulil-  iio <;ii iu the ) Km l, but, finally lei  ��������� u bit- hold or wim Wj'shed   from  II nnd pi'iuhed, Mr, Roe, who  \ a--* on shore, wus powei' lo  lfi pj to his rt sciiy be not having a  "b Jin, and the drowning iiiiui hoing  to.i far nm. to attempt a rescue by  ���������v.iin'inir.f.;, nlthough Mr. Rot-  J I'ieg u powei'fal nwimthor, Mr.  Iloi* \m������s on the inland lu over  1 ��������� en)\.four lioui'ii bi'fori;  he was  1  ,' 11-: 1 ��������� 11 o|T.    A nihlicr boot beloiij/-  '   if'i.M'.i* '."\l'ovt.iue*ti'    wio-  1'ni nl I'.oaling iii ihu  water,    Uv  |.'ii\i*t *i wife   uii'i   two   children,  ��������� le 1 re.-ido nt Union   I'ay.  Tin H nokcis I)c!iglit;--TA gocd.  * ipe,    Sic what is offered in lh  liu" at The Rig Store.  Three loggers of No 5 c up,  C >niox,met with serious injt.i.y  ���������m Wednesday, by tl e falling * f  the dead lop ,pf a tree, Two  ���������iad a leg broken and p ie au ari. .  They were brought to oar local  hospital for treatment  "THE PALACE .OF SANTA  .CLAUS". ' . "    .  Ihe cantata to fye given by  the Sunday school of Grace. Methodist church 011 Chri.tmas  nigh'; is one that was givt^  here some .years ago, aud met  with an .enthusia.stic reception.  For the sake of thof.e who say  the former years were better than  .these, it is being repeat'd. with  every effort to make it as great a  success as before, Santa (lau?  is always a popular candidate for  favor on such occasions,- and a  bumper house is anticipated  Christmas .night at eight o'clock.  '-Dad" has been nsk.tjd tp' stand  for mayor���������"now wliat do you  know   about that ?''  t*m4*Stm**ma*^l!*^^ S?*H*W**������**iH������iiW^/^  MAROCCHI BROS    )  GRQCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agciits for Pilsener lire wing Company's BEER  Vyiiolesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SEGOND   STREET  Dry Goods Retail Dealers  in Grade Silk,   Cotton  Cleaning and Repairs $1 50  Repairs ..... .-.' ��������� 1.00  Real Estate and Insurance,  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.  Wt; have, '11 I'troe n inn ber of enquiries for acreage i'i  Comox Vidley ��������� if you have .anything to t'.ell, '^.ST  ���������WITH  L'S.  We are AUCTIONEERS  SEE US if yon want aside and we wil  arrange one at  the shortesi  possible notice and ge,t the DEST PRICES,  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  - ^VIONEY/  Issued by The Canadian Bank of-Commerce," are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method'of remitting smttll sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charyo at any bunk in,Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following rates:  $5 and under    ,3 cents  Over     5 end not exceeding $10.....    6    **  ������        "     10    ���������.��������������������� " 30... XO    "  ������     30      " " 50, 15    "  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  ehriuld bo mulo by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN  DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at wasouoblo.rates,  CUMBERLAND BRANCH.;................ ,...\V. T. V/EETE,  iiillllllll|lllllllliHI!llli!ll!lillllllt!i!l!il������!llltl!l!llllii:illir.lllilliill������i:i!;illltllllll!lllllll!lltil^  ^~? - - . - .. . v.  ��������� a=  I'  *=-  ���������a  2*. <  ������ -  -0iimatn  4.  _>   ,^y  '/GOVERNMENT, ST. VICTORIA, li. C.  Complete Stock of uYe Qlde Firuie"        ���������  eintzman  lanos  COURTENAY,  B. C.  LOST���������A; eiiair_ on  Sunday, Nov. 24-1 h, from- the  r'isidei'ee- oi' \V. Thonisou, Rov'sj  Ht-aeli. Fiiidt;i', by returning ,J.o  above a.dt'rese,. will reeoiv������iinmi-  b.oi ne rewind.  Manurnctiirers   of Ladies'    aud  Children's   Underwear.  Suits   Made  to Order.  CCMHERLANP,      V>.  0,  Mr-Janu'S Conley, a prominent Li bend of Vancouver, was  in town on Wednesday. He was  accompanied by Mr. Lco'Andeiv  tpn and Mr. J'-hn McKeu*zie, of, ,,  of Couiteuay.  DENCY SI  Show of  Fall Hats, Auto  BonnetSv  Children's Hatis etc.  NOW   ON*  .C.  B53?_E^^^__-^^^^::.>r'."7_r^_^^^^ .  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victroias, Gramophones and Records  WRlTlS EOR CATALOG AND l'RIGK LISTS.  'Convenient Terms of Paviuent Arranged.  1  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  w  iil!l!llllil!Ui!l!i!ni!ilil!lil!l!i!illllll!!illtlll!lt!!|iiii;ii||ijii||!iii|i:ii|!i!|||;;!i!;;i:<:!n:il!!!!!^  aD-*_--?wc_. amva^.-f*-^^miXid~mm^*zmutim*mm**mmi*  r asanniXmmm-vm ''  iri3*_gj_t_r3w^������__-MK������ai*t������cii_e-_>rttioa  ^lllllllllllliilillinililllliilllllllilllilllllliinillllllllHili::;!!!!!!!:,!!!!!!!:!!:!!!!!^^  g Capital Paid Up $11,500,000.  Kcservo $12 .C0,0GO   3  The Royal Bank of Canada.  |" DRAFTS  3   ���������  SA)   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  bv-KLv::"rui.  would.       .."        :  ,  ���������rntrsmmmrnmrvmrn  [ TOHWHTJ'.IPCi'StBK.  j laaaaateo'C'SHsa-a  3 Ell������i%liw3 asS iu  tw\kvt%m.\+*./i.a ������������r������<_:M������������������ui*j������tiir������Mia*ii'i������iin-*i������l___iw*i'_un*  The cHew Scale Williams  W'  B  1 SPECIAL' ATTKNTION- paid to HAVINGS ACCOUNTS &. in'ti iv.n |  1 at hijjliest Current. ltaitB on !/i.po**iii' <u' $1 and upwuids. |  I CUMBERLAND, 3.  0.,BrnjK*h, Op������i Baily. 1  | " ,       UNIOM WHAK3?, B. C," Sub-Eraiih, Opon Tliuvedays        ���������- p  1 D. M- MORRISON, Manager-' ll  M " (        '    ��������� m -m, f*  I COUP.TE.TAY,   ������. 0 ,    Branch,    Open Daily. j|  | WM. HOPF9 Manager. ,|  %i:illllllllllllllllllllllll)llllllllllillll!ll!llllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllll!llli!lll>i:!l>ll^  ���������������������������������������������iiimii ������������������ wMiwimiiwwi__i__infnwiirirrpi-fyriT>rimTrT--nrTi-TT)rrrfi--iTTirfTr ,u^a4Rwi.ww������j������tJt������wuA_iutf������-i-,i-���������fw^m^_W]wi^ni*iin  P. Phillipps Harrison  1 ������������������  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR    *  NOTARY , PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  *mmmtm%\*%mt-���������  By  Used Exclusively in Canada  The .METROPOLITAN   OPERA  COMPANY  (of New York,)  If you want a good reliable Piano, it will pay you to give us a call, ������  We tiro Solo Amenta for the abovo nntl other Rellnble Mal_e������. We  nl������p carry the Victor Gramophone and Victroias*  WE aUARAMTER SATISFACTION.  Dunsmore's "Music House" Church St., Nanaimo   B. C.  aWmatiwmmtfmmLmz Miim'iJWWTa i  IS  VVAN'ri'-D���������Tcaclicrior Mm  pul  iUC  UI'.U  uia  ���������y     $  / _  00  u*r mouth. Apply to W. C.  White, .Sct-tf.tary uf ScIiojI Tn������*sT  1cm, Minto, B. C\  Wi  W\x  iav-.s un- ui  .a*.i  w;.h W. V.,  }*  ;  fuvrence   for School   '''rns'.iv ?  He  s all rij;h������.     Homl   'I  mi  NEW GOODS  Our Fall Goods are every boat.     We have just J,  j opened up tt nice range of Ladies' Blouses in  French Finn- M  nel with soft collar and double cuffs in all colors.   These arc  the newest  thing in the Blouse line at $3.50 and $4,00  WOOL BLANKETS  Made from carefully selected Canadian wool.   You shoujd sec  our lino before purchasing your winter blankets, as wc consider we have the best line on the market for the money.  Grey and white at $4.50 to $7.50 per pair,  The "Ideal" Store!  UAM.OS W.OGK  Mcl  ine.  Acton.    Havinan,  nUN'SMUIR AVKNUE  \ 1  5  ^!3S3H-.  "SHBW_������*f  *opr  mm       ^       ^0,     t *-,  igjinamgi  IK  3^r.  LUJffl.  V  M-*3b> *.,"***_*���������*.  I  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  M__rt___i_iM:_W|_ _>������������������������.,__._*l_-r_������__ll!i^_.M__,__-__^__-1^frLtM>/_raw  mmMmw.\mtmm-rc*mWmr*mmim-m)W t*mmvwma,imm*mmm mum  =V. BOflO^f.  -.*m-mmM ������ WkH :K*M������HHW.Mapi������  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  M^HMWMUirMmjIIJIKilWavil   '  CUMBERLAND  P. 0. DOX 48J3  PHONE SO,...  NMmWMiMMI_HW_r  Mmi^,Hi.;iiLtmin*mi.i.mimm.i^ffmitMwmmt  iznmm-mx\u*tir*ar.-Mnu\i*-n.*wm  l|ssr==s_=IHIIN  .  v-V/-/n\\\//  '^���������MJiiX-'' ,������,������������������  mjstifi  vw//n\vvy; v.K  ���������':'^A^,MHUMBIEiR,  There's a Difference in the price.  find 11 lii^ ilitft'i't'iia', 100, hut llici-i;**' no (iinctical (lilfci'ciici'  in tlm  valuu   und   t llicioncy of these Cycle*,   Souiu   wore  (lr.iiiri^cil in ti'iiui-it, somo   nro ������ijnply ".shop-Holled"   nnd  somo have  lieen out   on   hiro   a lew tinicR only, but all  arc oflVvod ut l>!u nduCiot'^,    f.i't w know your mjniro  nieiUft and wo elmll Kimd particuln'i'H.  DON'T FOIKiHT-That   l!n- i*N|>cnditun������   rf   Ul.DU c.n������h nt  lMinil* y's  cmilh'i*  you   to   n   tiefcot whioh wii] sliaro in thu  ih-awing for a S1,<">00 ������������������()vi'i'hi������n'i1' Auto.  THOS PLIMLEY  739 YATES STR12BT  VlCtORlA, B. C.  "aiimiumuawiiiuiffl-:  :piiaiNiil|ii!l!ii!iil!::������==-::-^=^iiimiiii^


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