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Array .*#*#*  ������-p&W^*!**V^  A  ���������������-M  ���������������.������ .,... ���������,������.  *.'   sr. ���������  ��������� ���������'    ,iS*      l-'v" *"��������� 4l*o.\v  DEC 10 1912      )i  c - j/-  A. Journal Devoted Especially, co the Interests of Comox L)t������trlct.  T:ieNews, Twentieth Y*:ar.  CUMBERLAND   IJ. C,    WEDNESDAY,   DEC, U, :9i2  Subscription $i.qo a Year  ^!fej������M^^*^^^afe5iiPS^S  "The Store of  Quality."  "The Store of  Quality."  . HEADQUARTERS  For Xmas Buyers.   Every boat  adds to our Christmas Stock of  [OVELT  That are r.Jrfiil���������:*oniething   for  all;  vi.iiiii(_; or old.       Call  in and see for  yurself  Our Grocery Department is  , THE FIRST IN TOWS."  Freeh, Clean   Ne*.v   Groceries    i'or - Every  .Rcquireincit in  Abuiid-ince,  tMH&sjJ^  W. E. Lawrence, manager of  the Big Store, left by Sunday's  boat for Yancouver to meet Mrs.  Lawrence, who is returning irom  a trip to California.  &  L.ifc������! ������? lb. t\ aX OO-*, L.  ^fzr^zz^^P������ Wi$������&& ^m^^^^P^^^^m^m^^^  ���������4-f-S,  urjrnvtK'^ra. ;^f,,.m,-mr?fw&t*:m9:���������xmnv*xm*im-,M  ifiK ^T^-amarewiw.TC?f imrjK*������j -jd-.tosw warrasi-* sratasav te&rjtxy Wmta*wn!mVwiutajt& _f&  W inewwassasassE. ffliaiK������������ ������SauK=S fiasasii mh^^&ikLXtmi Sj,mmxwr,*iitr:.t:r.':i&^jf  W. MemBeld.kllby���������S-.-rf.y'.|COMUIgaoH8 ARENAMED  boat on a business  trip  to Van-1  couver. '     Victoria, JJec. e.���������The cirni  mission promised by  the proviu  cial government to enquire into  matters relating   to   labor   aud  agriculture have been  appointed  as follows  La-'or   Commission���������H.     G.  I Porsoii (chairman), A.-  M.   Ilar-i|  Mrs. Little arid   Mr*.   Gillau-   ;wr w,.:M��������� *   r.\r' ���������     .       .   r>  ,,   j per,banister ol  Vancouver;  R.  ders, daughters of  Mr.,nud Mrs.������������������ ���������     _, , y      ,,_     ���������    '      ,  ,'������������������'������������������',," ,' ���������    j/���������       I A. S'.oney, oi   the    irades   and  James A brains, have arrived from '  P. 0. .BOX 100  istmas  Vancouver to be present at   the  marriage of their sister Queenie. j  Mr. P. P. Harrison, barrister,  arrived home ou Tuesday from a  business trip to Vaucouve-'. Ht  was accompanied by Mrs. Harrison,  k'Tex" Foster the b xer. is in  town.  ��������� This is the- thirteenth week of  the strike, and tb all appearance  ������������������ve are no nearer a fcttlenient of  ll:c trouble, than at t.*.e begin'.  'Hope on, hope over.''  mug  CARL)  We tako this opportunity cf  thanking tiie people of Cumber-  hr.id and vicinity, also lh" K. of  P., for their very generous assistance in onr iec-.nl loss by fire.   I UlQ. uJM.lL L.K ii_a u d Jai 11 i Iv..-,,_  -'<&���������-  Tliat ten dollar 'graft business  didn't work worth a cent. He  thought :hat" "P'rank- was &eac.  easv.  Laboi\ Council, Mew  Westmiu  stcr; J"hn   Jardine of   Victoria,  ������������������md J. A. Melvelvic of Vernon.  Agi'iculHire Commission���������W.  II. Hay ward, M. L. A. (chairman), Alex. Lucas, M. L. A;  S. Shannon of Clovordale; Tiios.  Kidd, ex-M.L. A. of Steveston;  William Duncan of Comox; J. J,  Campbell of Nelson and J. J.  Stoney of Nelson.  ���������   Mr.   A.   Leighton,   of   Bird.  Leigh'ou & Darling, has return  ed from Cmi'iberlana   where   he  ilcfended lhe cases of the miners  who'appeared before Judge Darker there last Tuesday in connection wi'li the proceedings  started by lh<a. Canadian Collieries to evict the miners not work  ing iu the mines from the company's lauds. The company succeeded in winning half Lhe cases  aud urging irregnlari ies iu  the  ��������� Mr, A. E- Pepper, : who has  been clerking in A. H. Pcacey's  drug !������������������ tore, left on 'Sunday for  AliK'i ni lo take a position iu a  drug store He nlso received a  telegram offering him a good  position iu Vancouver.i  V^-Cf'B  8t SIIj  at ***** am, hwhw��������� t%*4mWr\mjL������m,* t������ KwuLi.emM.'u*  Miss Queenie Abramsaud Mr,  A. Campbell, of Victor!.', will be  united iu maniageon this (Wednesday) evening at the .family  reside ueo Maryport avenue. Rev.  Vcy of Holy Trinity church,  will officiate-. Wc hope to have  a full accounLpf this interesting  event iu our next issue.  .���������.<>--  It is reported that the liquor  businesses may shortly be ie-  ojienc'l.���������-Lota of cobwebs to  wa.sh dowu.  The Suckers Delight--A goo^l  pipe. Sx.q what is offered in this  line nt 'J'he Big Store.  Then vou wiil remembered be,  if you buy .some ol those Xmas  Cauls ;H The Pig Stoic. Kvery  price from oc, to i:t,?;y  An oulertaiiimcu will be given  under the auspices of the I).   M,  7H occed i Tigs"! lle~"d eTeiTcc" wo u"i lie'  balance cases. In order to avoid  the trouble of the company  starling proceedings again to  evict the remainder of those si iil  occupying the company proper'y.  Mr. Leighton"succeeded in. effect-  ing a setllenient whereby the  company give, an extension oi  ���������time to fifteen days to . tliost-  against whom the eviction "order  would have been made. By. this  lime arrangements will have  been made by' the union to house  all these who wish it, the union  going ahead with the erection  ofalarge bnrracl'S ioo- feet by  50. OtluT quarters, it is ex  'peeled, will have been made for  those who cannot be accommo  dated in the barracks.���������Nauaiir.o  Herald.  Shopping Now /  ONLV TWO  WEEKS LEFT  We    invite   your   inspection    of   our  SPECIALS IN   FANCY GOODS  AMD OIULDEEX'S TOYS  and other lines Guitablo for  ��������� MAS GIFTS  Everything in Seasonable  Fruits and Groceries  ..'.AiSD .EVE11YTHING THE BEST  crai  THE COk^E^STORE,   . TUNZMVIR AVENUE  %tv fesawai'i'ihj^awvma' *jjy S^i.s.TLiUm'iaiail.t'amk j  WILLHH AR STRIKE CASE  The labor organizations of the  ^Y_jujg___a_niuii:iiig.__lor   a   mass  meeting at the-Princess Theatre  on Sunday evening, in order that  the deputation from the United  Mine Workers .of....America, .may,  speak on the conditions and cans-  es of the s'riko at the Cumber  and and Extension -mines.  Among the speakers will be  Parker Williams/M. P. P., who  has recently paid a visit to the  strike area'at Cumberland. An  appeal will be made to aid the  unhappy families of strikers over  tlje Chtisfmastide season,���������Victoria Times, Dec. 4.   -o������������������ ������������������  Coroner A brains went down  to Union. May ou Saturday to  hold an inquest.ou the body of  Victor Anderson, a stranger, that  was washed ashore at thai place,  ���������    ^���������.   ITK ADVKE.TISKD--AT  LAST  There was a man in our town,  Aud he was wouderous wise;  llxn swore (it was his poliiiyj  lie would nol advertise,  !lut one sad day he advertised,  And lltetcby hang.. .1 lnlc,  The ad was set in quite small type  And hend'.-.} ''SheiifTs Sale."'  "������������������"Walter- Hudson has taken  the' store lately occupied by  /Long Wiilie," and will conduct  a fruit, caudy and tobacco busi  ness.  -~o-  Tlie special police seeni to be  enjoying themselves with 'private  entertainments ote.  I) McRae of Tiie "Wear' Store,r  arrived home on Tuesday from ���������*���������,.  business tfij) to yancouver.  , Parker W.illian s was certaiu-  ly on tlie warpath after the provincial government at a public  meeting held at Victoria a few  nights ago, in connection with  the Cumberland strike situation.  " ____4_ -_.  Charlie McDonald is clerking,;  at Campbell Brothers.  ���������.V. of A. in the Conrienay Opci:  yi IIoii.-c, Co'.irti'uav, 011 b'liduj  fiicveuiiig.    Au excellent in'ograii  V  b-'en prepared, and  a   dance  he given after th'* cutcvluin  Victoria, Dec 0,���������"The whole  story bears lhe earnuuks of a  fraud, and has evidently been  worked up to discredit these 1111-  fortuuaie miners.in the minds of  the . general puhlie,," was the  w.mXi coinnn.nl of James 11.iw-  thoriilhwaitc, ex-?.!, P. P for  Matiaimo, when asked today to  iw press au opinion on the alleged  duiaiiiiu* oi'Jr.ige near Uir.011  )';y iu the strike f.oue.  Parker William*, M, p. p ,  (������������������.pressed the same opinion in | WANTKI.)���������Teacher for Min-  iiii inlervMv al Vietoria recent-!'������ public febuoi; salary $7500  ly. The job. iu his oj-.iuion ^n.-:! per month. A]������ply lo W. C  '.���������'o bungling to be lhe work of a While, Secretary of .School Tnis-  luiucr I tecs, Miutn, B, (J.  ". 'aKssEraK :* iWiirrmzT&t^^  At the Court of Revision on  Tuesday uiglit, lhe following;  names were added to lhe vo'^rs. ���������  list:��������� T. Hatinermaii. 15. C. Em**  do, L. Pcrizzioui, P, Perizzioni,  Joe Pardisoui, A. Milligan, P, .  P. Harrison, K. IL, Ashcroft,  W- lv Lawrence.  : O- <   Music lifith its charms etc., so-  we would infer from an article  in the "Stiu," about a very pathetic incident that happened  in Cumberland a week or so ngo  in connection with <>ur street  parades. It will take more than  music to knock the devil oul o(  >*oine people.  Who is going to eoinpoiiBRto  ihu liquor men for loss of business?  Send the bill Into the government.  t$  "9  ^***m*nf  1   niMi.|.oi  worni rig'  ts  ���������������.. ,-,r <t>  Z3  M I,-* fa B   P,  m-ammt I  tl L*  HHE JEWFI I ER  III Ijmm '     Imt**   1.0mm   W    U    .mit. mu~* .wim. Uu*    1    \  :-1  'ji  nas  will  mi'iit     T'i.  '"'I'ii:. .!.n'. ���������������������������!!,.- lf,\..f] ������������������.-,��������� '  ing Clii'isuuas pjoents tor .liv i  striking miiiei.- cliihbeu.  Help   the    ch'!.li������.ii (.lit.   c-.'i'u  iijU'yuu have no   s-vuipathv   with  PROSPECTORS,   MINESS'   AND  LGG-GEilisi   BUPPLIjli.S  3HSSBUH1  n  Men's iii^li lori Watcrprcol Bcols  Tin: Amln'iM'. *A Let In: IViMicr., l!i:0U  with ������*������.:ta ���������  ihe paieuts.  , 4  ItrffoJ  tfB*"%  U % m *-^v.  ll  |5|    Tex Poster stated in this offi<:  I ft thnt he left f}''.'y d-i'j.'H"-    with  | j party who w.v in   town   a'   Pi*  tins-, of iii.5 h-. Ij^xhi^i ( :,;,i!,!*;.,.  rijh,K'. i... p.ty .ill   HQti'-'-.V.fr.   !:-.'M*  pi   :t.! in co'.iii* cli"!i v.'i:h    -%u*I t  $"������������������  ii;avy sole���������-., iii.uic nf Oil Ian .'itul Cronn; (.'all,-.ny  best k:i'iil-lll,.iii.- v..iU'f|ijr,i I l.*r^ t imull*. >���������', 12 :uul  l6llU.ll !|j>.  ���������kij'i. Vi'.'.i.a'^w! Shiib  Matkinaw Shirts anil Coats do  ii j  tor!  I* M     i ....     ! II.111.  ������������������������.- *.....,.*   .n-.i.   .- |J,f|r.������  ll-IH* iif,f-!iIf ,*.������<���������������!;'    I.t.'of    - -*   a  ������������������-���������-.t'ri'il-'i.  ,S������<*   . in    *>:.k-|<   fX   Miiis    lilack   Mackinaw  Sliiits   and   (.'aits,   heavy  Kli.ila   .Slur**   .md   I'ams,  |Coiduifiy   I'.'iius,   Uluv  I blind   .Shins    i.iml   Ctovci,  ghiMvy \V'.r-.f--<l   Ho-'*.   'I'Iicm* will *������|,i*-<l lots of wear  liul _h*it  tl;f*  I. '   '  Ml   iht  llll'Mih;  \lf\\\,  A large slock ol Oil Clothing,  Hoots etc.,   always on  nt  11  hibHi'i".    !���������*, j'.i -'Tx*- to Mr   Vt-.-.-  I'm. ,   \.<m    Hi.'..     - .Lit V. lli.il 1.4 11 ������������������  ������������������o-'-ii H'ith this cf  -^Pi-'ls-tiVd I'I;  CAMPBELL   BB.OS.  tol7SL\\Xlmlmr:mmtt -.k^w^i^jLlBJiiW'iliXt^V -  THE NEWS. CTJMBEilT^Nt). B. C  IN THE  By 1, G. MOBERLY  Author of  "Dam and Another," "A TangM  Web,"   "Sin ot AII������on Dew-  Ino," tto:, ate.  WARD, LOCK  A. CO., LIMITKD  London. Melbourne and   Tor-ant*.  CASH FOR FARM LANDS  We have a number of clients wbo'are' o_>������a to purchase Choice farm  , lands and will pay spot cash for same. Send us all ..particulars of  MVhat you have to offer.  AUTOMOBILE���������30 horse power Reo, almost new, wltn some cash to  exchange on quarter section.  TO EXCHANGE���������7 roomed house, modern, near centre of Winnipeg  at $4000 to 'exchange on a farm.  Bargains In'Market. Gardens and close tn acreage, choice vacant lots.  Well located houses,   All of above will make splendid profits/Write for  list.    .   ���������  Wo want agents to'represent us at evory point.  SCOTT, HILL &  CO.,  22 Canada Life Building,       Winnipeg, Man  (Continued  Her touch rested for a moment, on  ins .luii'iiing hands, and Uio very stlll-  nes-s of ln.*r cool lingers was comfort-  in?;. Oii! memories, flushed into his  mind. Things which ho had not  thought of for years and years seemed  to havo happened only yesterday, lie  way a smi.il boy again, hack In ihe  nursery of the country rectory, suffering from some childish illness, and  his mother knelt beside him, her soft  lingers stroking Ills hair, her .soft  voice telling a baby story to amuse  him. lier rings had glistened in the  lirelight, lie remembered how In liis  childish soul he had loved their glitter, and promised himself that when  he was a man and very, very rich, lie  ,ioo would cover his fingers with stones  ���������'haf were all shiny nnd beautiful.  Sister Clnre's hands were adorned  v-'ith no rings, but their touch was  wonderfully soothing, and her voice,  had in it just that same restrul qual-  Uy whicli, as lie whimsically fancied,  must belong to all mothers.  She has a mother soul, the thought  ran through' his brain, and looking up  into her smiling face, he smiled.  You must have second sight, . he  said in answer.to her words. 1 liave  been tl.inking���������ait sorts of things,  amongst others, that. I'm a knave and  a fool.  This is not the lime for you to be  thinking yourself either the one or the  other, she said, a.ring of firmness in  her voice You have'to do nothing  now���������but lie still, and get,well. T am  going to lorbid your thinking at all.  1 shall liave to tell the police, or--  somebody about last night, shan't I?  he nsked, the boyish way in which he  appealed to her making Clare's heart  yearn over hini. To tend and watcli  over the mun.sba loves is happiness  ro every woman worthy of the "name,  and an almost fierce >joy had torn at  /Clare's heart when ihey told her the  ���������. oung surgeon had been carried into  ihe private ward, and that his ease  would be under her care. The maternal tenderness which is part and  parcel of a good woman's love thrilled through, all her being, as she looked  down at. Dynecourt's dark'head on the  or.jlinw; nml Mt liis worn face nil(1 wist-  lul eyes.  They'll want, me to tell the police  what happened', won't they? he repeated. 1- didn't say much last night  did 1? There was a note of"'anxiety  in his voice, and Clare hastened to  set his mind at. rest. .;  Last night you were ah'o.t.6 give no  coherent account of what had happened, she answered. Tho cabman who  took you home drove away again immediately, and of course your landlady never thought of taking his number. Then she saw you were really  111, and sent for Mr-. Druiiunoiul, who  brought you straight here.  Driimmoiul? Why, I saw a-case of  Drummoiid's here, once���������when was It?  ���������a case that gave me a clue���������lie did  not eiuhthe soul onco. Clare fancied  bis eyes watched her, a'niost uneasily.  You saw Mr. Di'iimiiionil's case yesterday morning? , I .thought it. was  weeks ago; or months. 1���������you know  ���������I must sen that, man again, 11. is  vcy important that I should seo lilm  again.   ,  You shall see lilm, of course you  shall f.e? liinr, lint just for today  you must Uo very quiet���������make your-  nell' inlo a vegetable, and think of  nothing.  You make ine feel rested, he salt!  suddenly, of tor a pause, his eyes  watching her lull,  blue-robed   figure  Eczema 25 Years  Cured by "Cuticura"  Mme. J, n.  It������nji ������il  jiioVtri-'iii  Leg Lilco Raw Flesh from Knee Down  whilst she moved to and fro about the  room. You are so peaceful, and you  have such mother'e^es. Ho spoke  dreamily, his glance fixed on her face,  and the color mounted to her forehead.  You ought, not to be wearing your  lire out here, he went on Impetuously; you ought to be the mother of  sons. It is women like, you <who  bring good men Into tho world, and  keep them good.  I think it ts my vacation to take  ear;* of the sick folk, Oiaro answered,  startled hy his vehemence and trying  to speak lightly; but lio would not be  thwarted.  I should like to seo you happy, lie  said, you -and Dorothy���������deserve all  the happiness you can get. ' ,  Dorothy won't bo happy untill Sir  Miles is proved innocent, Clare was  beginning, when Dynecourt interrupted her sharply, pulling himself'higher on Ills pillow a.s ho did so.  Is she happy with him. Does she  lovo hini? he exclaimed. Would it  break her heart if he���������died?  If���������Sir Miles died? Clare looked at  lilm in grave astonishment. Why  should lho die? He seems such a  strong man. It is terriblo even to  think of his dying.  But���������does sho love him? Dynecourt  persisted. If he did die would it  break her heart?  For a. moment. Clare wondered  whether he had s'ippod back into the  delirium of the night; it was so  strange she thought that he who had  been Dorothy's lover, should question  Dorothy's friend in this searching  fashion.. But his eyes showed no  trace of delirium; they gleamed with  excitement, it was true, but ' they  were the eyes of a man who knows  what he is saying'.  Dorothy has never spoken to me  about it, she said gravely/but surely  she is not the sort of .woman to marry  a man���������unless���������  Unless/she loved him? Dynecourt.  moved restlessly. You and I know  .well that she���������is.not. a woman who���������  'wou'd ever do anything that did not.  seem to her tho truest and best thing  to be done. And���������Hernesley is  worthy of a.ny Avoman's love, he continued with an abrupt change, of tone.  I arti glad I can prove his. innocence.   ���������Yoii_e.an_pi-ovft-it?���������.Qlar_e_came-_closer  to the,bedside. Oh! Mr. Dynecourt,  if you can do that for Dorothy, how  she will bless you.  I am going to do it, he said shortly. Soames murdered young Tritton���������and I can prove it.  A great admiration shone in Ciare's  grey eyes;  she caught her breath.  And���������it can't be altogether easy for  you to want to do this, she whispered.  It .would be only human if you had not  been sorry that Sir Miles was accused; but it is like you to want to do  ihe mos.t upright thing.  She was summoned into the ward at  that instant, but the echo of her words  stayed behind her and haunted Dynecourt.  It is like you to want to do the  most upright, thing. Waa it like him.  And why had this goid woman, with  tho motlier eyes, so high an opinion  of him? If she knew the truth, she  would know that ho had rejoiced over  Hernesley's Iroub'c, jhat he had even  hoped the tlmo of anxiety might tell  adversely upon Miles' health; that he  hud gono further hUH/hikI hail almost  decided ti suppress tlie tru'Hi about  Soames, lotting Hernesley continue to  bear the lilamo unjustly. And yet  this woman's eyes luul'looked at hini  wllh a certain proud confidence In his  uprightness and lion or. He felt  iiHliumod. Ho, who had set forth  wllh such high hopes, such, great  ideals, had sunk down to this���������that  because of ills own unbridled passion  ho hud been ready to allow another  man to suffer so terriblo nn ncciisiv-  tion; he was ready sfl'l to hall that  man's  (loath  with relief,  Jf Sister Clare could ace into his  heart, and know, as lie knew then, all  tlio ignoble longings Unit nourished  there, would she hUH look al lilm with  such geniletiesH in her eyes, such  proud confidence in her smile?  '.I. is like you lo do tlio most upright, tiling!  Was il llko hlrn, when, twelve hours  earlier, he luul not. only connived al,  lint ncitiii/ly curried out, llio escape  of a (Tiiiiliinl, not ont of pity for tho  fi'lmlniiri* fate, liut morr-ly be-oumx* he  feared a trial nnd all that might have  beep uttered to bin own detriment,  Lying there lu llm morning sunlight,  be writhed (it lhe image of himself lie  had ('-injured up, nnd nt llio thought  of how his conduct would iippeiir In  llio light of Dorothy's oyoii,  (To bo Continued)  To Lure tho Cat  I was coming homo rather late from  the theatro tho other night says Hob-  Ing Goodfellow, and a!'.i' was quiet as  I walked down beneath tho trees in  om* modest surburbiyi road. Then,  quite suddenly, I came upon,a romantic little scene In the front garden of  ono of the most respectable of the  villas.  Beneath two tall trees a. fire of  sticks had been lighted, and over it.  bent the shivering forms of two young  ladles in evening dress. I noticed  to my surprise, that, one of the ladies  hail a frying pan in her hands,' and an  appetising smell of bacon roso into  tlie air. I wondered whether these  two products of city civilisation were  playing at tho .simple life; but the  next day I found the incident had a  moro prosaic explanation.  The favorite Persian cat had been  missed during the evening, and nt  length had been located in the upper  boughs of one of the trees. All  blandishments failed to persuade her  to come down, and yet her owners  refused to lock her ont for the night.  At last they remembered that she  would always .make her way into the  kitchen in the. morning and sit sniffing at the frizzling bacon, -and they  decided to fry some bacon at tlie bottom of tlio tree to attract her.  After half an hour over the lire the  ruse succeeded at the cost of two bad  colds. ������������������       ���������'������������������'���������  None of His Business  A surgeon describes a. remarkable  case of a patient's confidence in his  medical adviser. ��������� ���������  / Whe:* I was a student in London 1  had .an Irish patient with a broken leg.  When the plaster bandage was .removed ���������and a lighter one put in its  place, I noticedHhat one of the pins  went in witli great difficulty, and 1  could not understand it. A week  afterwards, on removing the pin I  found it had stuck hard, aiid fast and  I was forced to��������� remove it with,the,  forceps. What was my astonishment  in making an examination, to find that  the pin had been run through the skin  twice, instead of through the cloth.  Why Pat, said I, didn't yon know  that pin was sticking in you?  To be.sure Gi did, replied Pat. But  "I*-thought���������your���������honor���������knowerl���������your  business,' so Oi hilt me tongue.  Considerate Judge,  Judges'were very considerate in the  old days. Lord Brampton ln his Reminiscences* relates a story illustrating this. ���������������������������'���������, ��������� ,\  Baron Martin, a" famous English  Jurist of the old school, whose native  leniency and sense of fun often  placed hlrn at tha mercy of the very  men he was trying, was once about  to sentence an old offender charged  with a petty theft.  Look, said the Baron,' with an assumption of severity; I hardly know  what to do, but you can take six  months.  ���������I "can't take that, my lord, it's too  much, eaid the prisoner respectfully  but firmly. I can't take It. Your  lordship sees I didn't steal very much  after all.  The Baton indulged In one of his  low, chuckling laughs before replying.  Well, that's verm true; ye didn't  steal much, he said. "Woll'then, ye  can tak' four months. Will that do  ���������four months?  Nay, my lord. but. I can't take that  either, was the reply,  Then tak' three.  That's ucarer the mark my  prisoner said, approvingly.'  rather you made it two, if  bo so kind.  Verra woil, then, tak' two, said the  judge with tho air' of ono who is  pleased to havo done the right, thing  i.t last. And mind, don't come again.  If ye do, I'll givo ye���������well, it all depends! -  lord, the  But I'd  you will  BABY'S BEST FRIEND  Baby's Own Tablets are baby's best  friend and the mother's greatest aid.  Thev cure constipation, simple fevers,  break un colds, expel worms and regulate the stomach and bowels. Con-,  ceriiins them Mrs. Napoleon Pellet-  ier."St. .Marcel, Que., writes: "J  have,used Baby's Own Tablets for con-'  sti nation and simule fever for both  my little girl of three years and my  boy of four months and have found  them entirely satisfactory and always  keep them in the house." The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 2i)  Dr. William's'  ville. Ont.  cents a box from -The  Medicine   Co.,., Brocla*  My husband considered a very long  '.ir/io before he proposed to me;-, he  was very carofdl.  Ah, it. is always those careful people  who get taken in.        *  Mother. Graves' Worm Exterminator  will drive worms from the system  without injury, to the child, because  its action, while fully effective, 'is  miid.' ' "      ' '-' ������  One Board of Trade electrical unit  will keep a . sixteen-candle carbon  lamp alight for about "sixteen hours.  The Son���������Mother, I'm going to have  a little..sis-ter somo day, ain't 1?  The Mother���������Why do you want,  one? .   '     . ���������,.        -    .;'*..'  "he Son���������Wei:,, it gels kind of tiresome always teas'iig the cat.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Labrador, the great peninsula on the  east coast of British North America,  has an area of 200,000 square miles,  but the population is only -1,000.  HOW'S THIS?  aril  be  .We offer fine Hundi-Ml Dollars Row  for, any ease of Catarrh'that'cannot  cured bv li'ull's Catarrh C'm;p.  V.  ,T.  CHUNKY &��������� CO., Toledo, O.  Wo. ilio -unclevslKneil, have known 1*'.  .1. Clioncy for tho last lfi years; and be-  Ht.'vu Iiini perfect I: ��������� honest in all .business  IriHistie.Uo'.is ami liiiaiioially able lo cany  out any obligation-) nmde by his iirm.  A\ ALD.ti\<.l-. KTNXAM & MARVIN,  'Wholesalo Drusslstfi, Toledo, O,  ITaH's Catarrh (..Hire is taken internally,  noting ilireeUy upon tlm blood and mue-  ouh sur'ae-'K of the system. Testimonials  Kent free. Price Tii cents per bottk'.  Bold by  all  DruKidsts.  Take Tl'a'J'n Family Tills for constipation.  "I Iiaro ben treated by ���������lnrtnr.1 fnr  twenty-live jtit'i tor a liad com of cditm**.  <m my let!. Tliey did their lieM, but funed  tn cum It. J.!y own ilouw nmt uilvLied ma  ta huvo tny l.tf eu! o(J, but I suid I wouM  try llio CJiitlcuril IIitiicHci flirt, .'lo r.n,'!,  'm* them if v'-u l.'i'i but I il" not Hunk  Ih.'y will do i'.ty Rood/   M thin, tlmn my  f'not "v.m'ii^'Ji Villi'!*.* (if raw Ik'tiii a'mi i  1.4*1   Ul   V<4t������   ������'U   KlUi'.ili....  "I bom-lit & (ti'.e <���������! t'lHlcur.'i Soap, ft lex  of Cuticura Ointment and a boitlo of Cutiuaa.  ItcsolVMlt. AiJt-r Uiu lib-l two treitlinl.tl  lliu t.'vulliti'l wnnt ilov.il und In two liUititlis'  ���������Be of lhe CuUruni Ueinrillci my Iff- v,us  ,,..!.. iil,. ������.,..��������� .Vln imi.v Ti mi 'Vlir- rtnclnr  nail') ii'it l.'.'l 've l.lj mn'i eye.i when la* r.'iu*  that Ciiiicuru hail rur������*il mu nnil ram tt.at lio  v.ouM umi OuMi'iira for liN ov.ti iiail.nti.  Hut lor Hi*-- Cuticura 11* rtiwlli"* I rniiilit liaya  Ji-a mv hfo, 1 am truly (inirful for iho  voiiiler'ful cur*! that Colli urn *.* roiii-li*. uni  1 uiwavH iccoiiimtnil It iiiiwt bli'lily ii-m Hiir<-  utid iioii.imical cnn* fer Man tnmliH"  'Higiv'li Mine. 3. ll. Jtcnouil, lilt JHitana  t< , M',-i<r*.'*tr.  For more than a w-riftatliin Cuttcirii Piwp  ������'.d rilntmMl lmvo BfTordiil Him r>|in-ili. t  ������.,������liu...' <.uiaiu,'>.il ti.jui;,.::i .'or tUn .���������:. I  11,.lfi Idi-nom. hold by (Iriiirnl'iH ami il.nl, tt  ivfry-J-h*-*. J-'or a ll'iiviil mmpla ot emli,  ������������������itli 3'.'-p. tv.nk, mud lo I'oinr I), k <!.  tvijj,, U C.'f.mth.f Ave, U-,.\qj, t'.a.JL.  Very   Considerate  Well, ��������� said tlio superior person, that  seems to bo tho general impression  that prevails among tho masses.  I'll have you uiiilorslaiiil, sir, that I  am not ono of tlio masses.  I know Ihat, yawned.tho sell'-snUfi-  tied ono, sotting up, 1 preJ'ixod tho  'in' merely out of consideration for  your feelings.  Scottish oil  eontracteil i'or  to bo supplied  eompauics alone have.  200,000 tons of oil fuel  to llio Navy.  Here Willie,  everybody will  button.      Do  |HV  I  BUJinO'-r*,   I*-  glutton's Jitilo boy.  Defined  cried tho boy's failier,  bo eallhiK you a littlo  you liiiow what that  plied Willi**, it's a bis  He  A    DOCTOR'S    TRIALS  Sometimes Getu Sick Like  People  Other  Lnt-Qhed Once  ��������� rlain lOiiropean roRlment,  sia-  il I'oloib  ueon  lo  A   r  tinned In Northern India ban  el who liua only onco been  lauu'li.  A piivnlo of (IiIh eovp.*, while n pvla  mi--,   to   mi:  Ku.U il-l wolll   im  e?fo"er\ be*  Mu* rer/ri ;\v,f  t,t  flvi'" rnpeew that he won d  coiniiiiuidlni*; oillei r   laiiKh  w.'iii, lulii.ii buforo him.  In duo eoiuvc,   afler    lvinlliiK  i.'hari'e, dm I'olonel nslii ������1 Die pr  t  ui.i.iao  I'u* irnard  llillUe  when  llm  ho  Iho  ���������on.  Have ymi fin j tiling lo nay?  I won't ray .'iiiylhiiit,' more alioiii il,  nir, If you won't wim iho unevpi etui  reply.  Tin* Ri'lm faee relaxeil, but  declHlon ruiiie all the itniiio-  (he surn  l'Viiirieen  !|ivj eon lined to ImrrackH.  11 '.i.'..iy  In Safe Keeping  Cnn  -.nli eat   miti-  W. N    U, 021  i.i,.?  f.\  iif.y  Tr,  I  <  ,;  <ih, il.'.i-.-.  iV.'il look  . :'i >m .."'a  TO von doiiiK f-ood to people is hard  work If you lmvo too much of it to  do.  An overworked doctor tell his ex-  lierl.fi) co:  "About threo years a,";o as the result of dolii*. two mon's work, attend-  Iiir (i lartfo practice and looking after  the details of another biiKlnisii, my  health broke down'completely, und I  wad llftln better than a phyideal  wreck.  "I suffered from iiiillKe.������llon and  oniii'Ul'tilion, loan of wi iu,hf iiml nppe.  tit-'-.', bloatlni*; and pain ui'iei* meals,  loss of nioinory and lack of nrrvc  I'oiT.o for ci'iit.'uiieil mental npiillea-  t.Ion.  "I bccuiiie irrlliible, easily aiiKired  and doHiioiuleiil. without ciuine, Tlie  heart's action bcc.uino liTORiitor und  weak, with frequent attneka of pnlpl-  tatlon rtitrliiB the flrnt hour or two  nftor rotIrlnft.  "tfoino Orape-XulK nml cut bmuvjin**  came for my lunch one day and  jilenaeil nic particularly v.Ilh Mio result. I y,nt morn Hiitl*-fiu*tion  fram It than from nnylhiiiK 1 luul oat-  nn fnv inmithe   nnd on furlhov |ni*iu*H-  watlon and use, adopted f!rape-Nuts  iur my luoiiiini*, uim evi'iint-i, iiii-iili-,  herifd iistially wllh ������������������ream and a  rprlnklo of salt or supiii*.  "My ImiiiMvoiiieiit wnu rapid nnil  poniiniu-nt, fn woIkIiI ns well as in  nbv'.lciil and mental fndiiranei* in  u word, 1 am tilled with the joy of  llvlnj.: again, nnd continue iho dully  uso of tlrnjic-Nuts for lireakfnst anil  nflen for the cviuilvi;? ninal.  "Th'i III lie iianiphlet, "The Itoad to  Truly British  Perhaps few stories of battles so  thoroughly illii.sl.rnte the truo British  spirit and way of dolus tilings as the  little Incident. r,t a reconnaissance before tho Ilattio of.yiuiidl, of whicli  Lord William Boresford wp Uio hero,  Tlio, Hrltlsl. woro almost led. Into a  terrible trap,' and discovered iho dan-  j-nii' only just in timo, They turned  fo rot rent, and tlie .Zulus poured" iu a  volley which brought-down Iho-nToy  1 .orso of*<i'mounted infantryman, Ills  rider fell head foieiiiost. Tho rest  thought both mail and horse woro killed nt first, but llio former soon strug-  glod b hit feet, with liis face covered  w'th lilocd and dazed with his fall.  Lord Wiillnm Ilorosfoi'd, seeing  what had happiuiod, pulled up, und iu  the j'ik.o o.1! advancing hosts of yelling  Huvages, williln easy range, quietly  trotted buck mul told llio man to  mount behind lilm.  Willi ii cool courage scarcely second  io Loul Willl'mi'i- tlio man refused,  noble fellow tint lie was, prel'evrliiK  Dio certain sacrifice of his own life  to tlio probability of destroying his  preserver,  TV> reply was admirable, terse, nnd  tolling. The savages swarmed closer  i.nd closer, bullets rattled around  ihom; the 'wo who lingered wero nlmost. wltiiii. reach of tlio assegai**,  und Lord Willium mild:  (lot up' or l'li punch your head!    ,  Tho mt'i obeyed mul rescuer ami  ivBC.iied o'icnpL'd.  Two Meanings  Mother Iwhose daughter is engaged  to a young farmer)���������Don't you find  Bob rather rough?  Daughter (blushing-)���������Yes, ma. Am\  yet ho says he shaves every day.  Two Meanings  Mother (whosli daughter lu engaged  to a young' farmer)���������Don't you Ilnd  Bob rather rough?  ,.;..'..  Daughter.(blushing)���������Yes, ma. And  yet ho say/ho shaves every day.  noiisttiisp,   said  Mr,  hero iihvuyH booing  That's arniiit,  llciiliock, about  room at tin top.  Oli, his wlfo   siiroftHlleally   rojilloil,  whon \\i ie you up (here to nee'.'  after  a A.  Wellvlllc,'  found In  i*kj*;x., )i  In lily saved   nnd   liaiided   to  needy ji.illeilt aion;. ,,'Ui !'.u: in.'.i  I'l'tnedy."  "TlK'iv'.-i  ,*���������(   reri'-on "  U'.-.iid-      Xanui I'lveii by   fabadlan   ]'(,  Cu., Windsor, Ont.  1 It ivi n't j     Ever read the above    letter?       A  i new one appcari-. from lime to tinv\  ib*'lie till1 They nre (jentilne, true, find full of  Jiuman lnterti.1.:  Invar-  MIHH-  dm  No    More    Asthma.    Dr.    .T.    T),  K'olliilw'H Aiitlimu lleineily ehuiuIs Llio  dea.fh knell of this trying trouble. It  stnjis fho awful choking and painful  t,y,-">lllllli' It    TVTI'lVdn    .|i"llll"|-    1ll"1l +  iittackR and gives rfiiowwl ublllty to  uimtp and re<tL ihu wholo night long.  Mncli hi e-hiiinod for Llliu i'( niedy, but  uetblng tui* what enn bo dcmons-tnii'"!  by ii Iiini. If you suffer from imth-  niu try if aiid eonvliico yourc-df of Its  itr/i'it   '"ilir*  It was simply a question of veracity  between us. mild tlio oldest Inhabitant.  lie snid T van :\ liar, nnd I wild he was  one.  Iluuipli! rejoined ihe vlllago post-  mailer. Th.'ii'** (lie ffi-yl iliiie ? ever  henrd elMi.-i' of you tejlln*.; Uie iruiii.  Do you 'nliik it i.i jHiii.-il/n-i lu jiuiJu'  en  iilrshlp abHoluieiy t-atu*-  Hure, r.'tdlcil M:e :u,;.:''.',a3i!i;i.(n.  lll.W?  Db-iiblc n bef'.rf It **cts a chance tf  "i.'ive :he i!()i-iti.  SHIP YOUR  GRAIN TO  PETER JANSEN COMPANY  Grain Commission Merchants Winnipeg, Manitoba  ���������Woke Bills Laillnc read: Port Arthur or Ftvt William.  Notify Peter Jaiison ���������  Co., Winnipeg.  Liberal Adv-incea  Prompt Returns  Best Grade*  More About  The Loading Platform  The present generation of Western farmer.': will never know tho  difficulties ani vexations experienced by thei*." predecessors In tha  earlier years when no one could got 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 the elevator owners  at. arbitrary prices, and oft times to submit to heavy dockage and  other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction. Now, however,  the distribution of cars as fixed by the Grain Act. and the use of the  loading platform, provide facilitr.s which enable the farmer to secure  Satisfactory treatment in the disposal of his grain, and the highest  market prices at time of sale. 3very farmer therefore, should moro  and more endeavor to use the loading platform ir shipping his grain  to tlie terminal 'elevators. Tt Is the safeguard o'*\ the farmers' free-,  dom in disnordng-'of his grain������to = tho best advantage for himself. It  farmers refrain from using the loading platform freely, it might result in its being done tway with, becauso railway companies anil .  elevator owners are strongly opposed to it. It is easy to understands  why elevator peoplo desire Lhe loading platform abolished. The railway people o.'i their part say it delays the Trading of cars and helps to  ensure car shortage. This we know to be nonsense, because tro-  quently af'ei* cars are loaded, whether with E,rain, coal, lumber, or  other merchandise, thoy are sid*: tracked for days and even weelcu  _iiiMe*iil_oLhfiiug-i)m^^^  shorlaae and shortage of coniDetent train men that mostly causas;,,;  prain blockales on railways and not lack of cais. Let every farmer  therefore, do all he can to use tho loading platform and become an Independent shipper. 'In subso.vicnt advertisements we will state In  detail the.savings and other advantages of direct loading into cars  compared' with loading through elevators,    ...'..,''  We handle the farmers grain strictly on commission, make llhoral  advances on car bills of lading, supervise* th? grading at time cars  are inspected, secure tie highest prices at tim<* of sale and mako  prompt reki.--is when sold. Writo us for shipping instructions and  market ii'iCoi'iiiation. .������������������'"'  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  701-703 Y. GRAIN EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEG, CANADA.  :mm  tMiMi'i  PURITU FLOUR  BROKEN       CYLINDERS       AND  ALUMINUM CRANK CASES  and all Metals, welded to perfection  by tlio Oxy-Acetylono Proccsn  THE   HUB  WELDING   CO.,  Rear of 253 Sherbrooke Street,  Winnipeg  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A fow dooro eouth of C.P.R, Depot  Rate* J'i.50 to $2.00 per day  HW1HNHHH  Culilne unexcelled  Hot and cold water In every room  Hotel   practically   Fireproof  All Outulde Roomi  so in order  to sell you  the best-  purity  A recemt return of wniiicn Iiiuikrupts  lihiwe ,i,i. hero were il iindorlnkt'i'H,  two Hnrdcjii?r,������, sis IiiIhiocoiiIhIh, mini  auvon fiirmors,  l.iuly of Houso���������Wlmt oaiiKOi) you  to boconio a tnunr-V  ItnKKed KogerH���������Thn family DhyHlc-  Ian, mum, Ho advised mo to take  long wnlkrt after mo nioii)n, an' I'v������  been wiilkln-; aftor c'lii ovor ������lnco.  Vlallor (eyeliiK Hky)-���������Am wo koIiir  to havo somo wet?  Tho Honnwm���������Wo don't mlud ir wo  do 'avo Just ono.     Thnnk you, hIi*.  Bread  you yesterdny Ih full of lilolliH.  Pealcr- -Well, what do you expect  for 50 cxntii" hiilloi'tlleh',  MopHiri jour.choir slug at tlio prison ".ny molt*?  -Vo; rovMjil of the prt'.'-nmis' objocf-  cd tin the ground that. It wuHii't, In-  eliiderl  In   Ibeir ^eiitinee<.  MihH l,.iHi.ay-"Vnu may i'lieer ul. pet  iIokh. bui tljey're f.iiiJifui, nny way. I'd  i.'-ther I'.Ihh :i ������ei������d do;,' limn (;oruc men.  Mr. Hlniijie������������������ Well, iioiui* men aro  born luck).  I.Vimii   I1\n  TTi't'^.l   tri���������,������,i,,���������,   ii    ...i  BU'-niiiMilni'iioium a, word to iie-nd a  lolenTiim   to   Dutch   Oulaim,   Houth  Amur lea,  ]  Dr. Morse'*  Indian Root  Pills  ore just tlie right medicino for tlie  children. When they nre conitipatf tl  ���������when their kidneys are out of order  ���������wheu over-indulgence in ������ottn<j  favorite food fives them In-lif-wilon  ���������Dr. Morsc'a Indian Root Yavx will  ouickly ond ������urely put them rluht.  Purely vegetable, tlity neitlicr nktieit,  weaken or uripe, I ike harsh purgatives.  Guard your children's he*Tth hy  ���������Iwayii keeping a box of Df, Morie a  Indian Hoot Pillstn the house, Tliey8,  Open the  Children  Woll THIS NEWS. CTOfBEKLAm J?, a  , %mu>JD  toe -t& Mtn/&  *viycUfyM:������������������������  (^m^^m;ia/  fti^cariCfeyuaft*  DYOLA  10WEITrt'wAUHlNDS^ww|  it's the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, ind BEST HOME  DYE, ono can buy-Why you don't even h������ve io  knowwlist KIND of Cloth your Goodi tre mid6  of.-.So Mistakes are Impossible,  Send for Tree Color Curd, Story Booklet, and  Booklet Riving result* of Dyeing over other colors,  Th.J011NSON-n-CH.Ml.DSON CO., Limited,  Montreal, Canada.  . Maypole Soap  CUBANS  AND    QYES  Gives rich glowing  colon, fadeless in tun  oi suds. Dyes cotton,  ������lk, wool or mixture*.  U������e it yourself at  home. No trouble-  no rouM. 24 colon���������  will give any shade.  ColoHlOcblat-k 15c,  at your' dealer's oi  postpaid with booklet  I "How to Dye" f-om  F. L. BENEDICT & GO. Montreal  MANITOBA 3.8. CONVENTION  The 1912 Convention.the'Biggest and  Best Yet.,  Brandon, November  20th to 22nd.     <  Preparations are weft under way'far  tlio Thirty-third Annual Coriveittioa of  Che Manitoba Sunday School Association. It ls to be held in Brandon,  November 20-22. Tbe railways will  carry delegates at elnglo faro for  round trip. It will be necessary to  secure a certificate from each road  travelled over and when signed by tbo  General Superintendent, will entitle  tbe bolder to a free return ticket to  their respective homes.  The committee havo been fortunate  In securing the services of Rev. W.  A. Brown of Chicago as the chief  speaker. He is one of the strongest  men on the Sunday School platform  in America.,,    -      ;  Prof. L. L. Henry of Chicago, will  have full charge of the musical part  of tho program.  In addition to the outside talent, between, forty and fifty of the "best  speakers and experts of the province  both iplnlsters and laymen, will take  part.       .'���������" ',-  Some of tlie leading futures of:this  great gathering will be a number of  luncheons���������one a .Business Men's  luncheon at noon hour,���������a program  of addresses, papers and music will  follow each of these���������a street parade,  a great choir of children's voices,  Rallies and an Installation service.  This anmual gathering has grown  in numbers and influence to such proportions that'It is one of the greatest  delegated bodies meeting in Western  Canada. An inspiring and 'helpful  time is assured all who attend. For  full in formation address W. H  wiu, (52 Scott Block, Winnipeg.  ���������  Ir-  FEARFUL  HEADACHES  STOMACH    BAD,    NO    APPETITE,  WAS LOSING WEIGHT AND  STRENGTH  HAD BAD SORES FOUR YEARS  Zam-Buk Has Healed It!  Mr������. Wilson, 110 Wickson Ave.,  Toronto,: Bays: "About four years ago  a sore spot appeared on th^ right side  of my faco. This spot Increased in  dza until It became about half an inch  in diameter and very painful. . I  went to a doctor, but tho ointment lie  gave me did not hav������ any good effect.  Tho sore continued to dlschai-igo freely, and waa most painful. I had.it  cauterized,, tried poultices, and all  kLnds of salves, but it was no good,  and I continued to suffer from it for  four years!  "A sample of Zam-Buk was ono  ,day given to me, and I used It. Al-  though the quantity was so small, it  seemed to do mo some good, so I purchased a further supply.  Each box did me more and more  good, and, to my delight, bofore I had  been using Zam-Buk three weeks, I  saw that It was going to heal tho sore.  In lesa than a monfih it was healed!  "I know a lady in.the east of tho  city, whose husbaaid suffered for  years with' an open sore on Ills leg.  On my recommendation,' ZanirBuk  was tiled in that case. . The other  day, when I caw her, she told me that  It had healed the sore completely.  "My daughter; who lives in Leth-  bridge, Alta., has ialso used Zam-Buk  with the same satisfactory result. I  think it is, beyond all doubt, the finest  healing balm known:"   "-  Such is tlie opinion ot all persons  who have, really tried Zani-Buk. It  is a sure cure for eczema, piles, ab-  'i-is" uicors, scalp sores, bruises,  and all skin. injuries and diseases.  50c. box, *all druggists'and stores, or  post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  for price. In case of skin disease  us2 also Zam-Buk Soap, 25c. tablet.  The Boy���������Wha'. is a den?  Pater���������A den, my son, is a place  where wild beasts make their homes.  The Boy���������Xo; I mean a den in a  man's home.  Eddie, interrupted the mother, your  father's definition applies to that also.  HISTORICAL PICTURE FILMS  _���������REST AND HEALTHTO MOTHER AND CHM���������_  Mrs. Winslow's Soothino Svrui- lias been  ased for over SIXTY YBARSby MII,UON.S of  MOTimitS for their CIIlLURliN AVIIII.E  TBBTIHNG, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOl-TRNS the GUMS.  ALLAYS nil PAW; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for DIARRHOEA, it is absolutely harmless.   Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup,'! and take mo other  ynd.  Twenty-five cents a bottle.  rc  ARLINGTON  CHAbUi'Nf.!-  .WATRUPROnp   COULARS  Ar������ the besf ever made and are cum-  intend to giro you satisfaction. At  air dealers, or send us 25 cents stat-  lng sty' i and size required.  Th������ Arlington Co.j of Canada, Ltd,  M Fraatr Ave., Toronto, Ont.    ,  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Engineers and Boilermakers  Boilers   of   all     kinds��������� Engine.,  Pumpn, and Heavy Plato. Work  Writ* un for Prices  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  Wonderful Change When Health -Was  Restored by  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  Headache b a symptom and not a  disease in itself. ' It act3*as^a_dan-  'ger signal to warn you* of serious  trouble. .-.-.-  By reading Mr. Donmeral's letter  you will he satisfied that there is no  treatment to ho compared to Dr.  -Chase's -Nerve ,Food-.ns ,a_means_.of  building up the system and removing  the cause of headaches, sleeplessness  and indigestion.  Mr. Charles Donnoral, Klelnhurg,  Out., writes: "I wish to communicate  to you the great cure whicli I received  from Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. For  over two years I suffered from fearful  headaches, my appetite was always  poor, and the stomach bad. I took  medicines from physlcianis, but tlie  headaches persisted, and I was rarely  freo from them. ,  "Heading about Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food, I began using it, with.little idea  that I would be benefited. I had becomo thin and weak, and tho very  first box helped me, and with continued treatment I havo been cured  and feel liko a now mnn. The headaches have disappeared,; my appetite  is good, and digestion excellont. I  write this letter in hopo that otliet*  sufferers from headache may uso Dr.  Cluuso'8'Norvo Food and bo cured,"  DAU/  Ull ft  ">���������<"*   ������ "P>'"v  ���������pprpfcelim*.  ixntt   IVI\ navp  yo��������� d.cUd   wlieru  t>  you  msrkrt your enlleeljoni, _  Tomnto 11 Ilw chief rur manufacturing i'J-ntro ol Lin*  ���������<iu.   DnLuiincudiKCl and unttlic full value tut yout  j'Voiii'it caiIi (or your conslgnmenti, larga or iraill  Wrileoow for our (udd nrw* Irllnr lo Im issued soa.1  Adilrfii WAGNER, BRASIER & CO,, Doit. C.  It Front SI., F.iit, Toroito, Oatario  One Mistake  Gile*. cald Do Whizz to his ohaiif-  four before ho stiirtod on hla motor  run, havo you olioil tlio machino tlior-  miBlily? Yes, sir; I havo tll'oil the  iiprlng <*,iipH unci the cnglno reservoir,  ond I linvc* RreaHCtl tho eoruet-a-jilston  and tho nliirlbiiB iiiiiini, tlio exhaust  pipe, tlio muffled I rond, tlio thingumbob, llm rlnuimajig, mul lollt tho hot  boxos. Aro tltosu nil tho uavtu you  lmvo oiled (.JIlfiH? Yon, ulr, You  have forgotten tlio most Important  plnco <if all, Tn Ko tlio mn und  wiuli't u I'ouMlroptt of oil on tlio II-  caiiHo atumboiS ho lliat- Mio dust will  nolluct on It and mako It hard to rend.  Always nsnwnlu'r tu liibriouto tlio li-  conso numbor, GIIch.  The Oil for the Athlete.���������In rubbing  down the athlete can find nothing finer  than Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. It  renders, the muscles "and sinews pliable, takes tho soreness out of. them  and-strengthens them for strains that  may be piit,. upon them. It stands  -pre-eminent'lor^'tliiis purpose; and athletes who' for years have' been using  it can testify to its value as a lubri-  caiit.-' ...-'���������'       -     :. ���������   .  ������������������ Mr. Justyn," said the'editor, looking  over a new reporter's story of a political meeting, in this writeup of yours  you say resistless waves of applause  from the audienco fairly overwhelmed*  the~spealce"r." I<obk"at tluTabsiirdlty  of that figure of speech. How could  a resistless wavo of applause or anything else come from an audience?  It could come from a sea of upturned faces, couldn't it? insisted the new  reporter.   ..-' --���������'",-. ���������-,���������"'  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  G  soir,  A prisoner on his trial, in answer  to the charge, pleaded ���������'Not guilty.'  Tho jury found tho charge proved and  In passing sentenco thp judge said:  "Ye'ro not. only guilty,'' but yo come  here and tell lies, saying ye're not,  The priscn.?i* who followed next for  trial was doubtless influenced by this  and supposed it would bo well for  him to take another courso, so he  pleaded Guilty, in an,almost self-satisfied voice.  Oh, ye'ro guilty, are ye, said the  judge, and comb hero to brag "about  It, do ye?',  Dr. Chaso's.Ne.rvp,?ipd,10o...a,hox,   ,,, , ���������-'.Qratltdde->���������"-'-  't&Wmlii at'all dealors'or; ISdmtfn- "���������; _*' :.-���������> .--^ffl X$HM- .'V-'.^'i '  iir, Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.      , A.^ItUe grl. was weeping L  A More Serious Matter  Judgo GitoB Baker, of a Poniisylvan-  la county, Vas likewise cashier of his  home bank. A man presented a  cheque one day for payment. Ho was  n stranger. His ovldoiico of identification was not satisfactory to. tho  ciiflhlor. .  Why,'1 judge, snld the mnn, I'vo  known you Uo sentenco mon to ho  hanged on ho better ovldoiico thnn  this.  Very likely, replied tlio judge. But  when It comoB to lotting go ot cold  cash wo havo to bo mighty careful.  In ono yonr tlio'output'of gold In  Southern Rhodesia niuo'intcd to (123,-  1183 ounces.  ^gSSm^l**^  BMir Tsland, Aug. 2(1, 1003,  Mliiard's Liniment Co,, Limited,  Donr Sirs,���������-Your traveller is horo  to-day and wo aro gottlng a largo  quantity of your MINAUD'S LINIMENT. Wo find It the bout Liniment  on Uio market ninkliig no cjfcoptlou.  Wo hnvo boon In biiHlncus 13 yours and  havo handled' all kinds, but h.av.o dropped thoiii all but yours; tlmi iwlliHt"  self; tlio others havo lo lio puih,od' to  ���������jet rid of,  \\V A. IIAOMKMA^.  bitterly  in the street, greatly to llio comc^im  of sympathotic passorij-by. At last a  benevolent old gentleman approached  the littlo mold, and -pntiMn-*- her on tho  shoulder Inquired what wns the mat-  tor.  I'vo lost a penny, sir, was tlio reply  given betwoe.il sobs. Tho old gen-  tloinan promptly thrust a hand into  his pocket and brought, out a ponny,  which ho ���������handed to tho littlo girl.  .Sho looked at him askance for a  fo\vj minutes, and then remarked-in a  tone moro of sorrow thnn anger, Oh,  you wlckod olo man, so 'oo had It  all tho time!  BOt. n box cr llx boxes tor y.?.50,  at all dealer-*, or The Dodd������ Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,  Canada.  . NlRht aftor night tho famous footballer solcmly walked tho lied-wwim  floor, bearing lit hln urnm tho young-  e*t of hl������ family. IiiHtond of Improving, tho affliction wllh which ho wins  botheri-d bociinio worse, tho hours of  Ill's nlglit-wateli IniM'i:'lining rat lior 'than  -diminishing.  r,.      ..r.'vt.i.   f.,   ii,* .���������i,i,ii-   ,i*i,'-. ..-,.  \J,.\.   ...C}.������.,    -.       .........v.    ..'.    .....    ,'-   .  nmliiilivlimi, hn I'lilnily nwnlo'iiml thn  mlesiis. ' ���������  My dear, ho gniiiihleil, if Iho captain  of our team caw inr* now, I'll wager  he'd glvo mo a good i-lintlug.  ' For whnt, reason? ii������kod the good  Jlocituao I've lout nil cinlrol of tlie  bawl, cniiio tjio'rc-ply.'  Reproducing Stirring Scenes on Canada's Early History  The stirring times which occurred  between the early French, settlers on  the Island of Montreal and the warlike  Iroquoiis who weire settled on tlie Island, were vividly rehearsed at Johnson's Polat this week by the'British  American Film Company of Canada,  who has taken up camping quarters  on this amclent Indian Reserve, far  fche purpose of reproducing tho historical scones of two 'hundred years ago  when Montreal was but a littlo village defended by a few Frenchmen  against the constant onslaught of the  bloodthirsty Indians of the Iroquois  tribo  who looked  upon  the  French  settlers as usurpers-and were determined to wlpo them out if it wero at  all possible.     It was the story of the  gallant defence of Doillard des Arm-  eaux and his sixteen heroes retold in  realistic.form at Johnson's Point only  a short distance from.the1 actual si>ot  where this thrilling episode took placo  in 1660.,     The hundreds of real Indians, relics of the Iroquois tribo were  present. In fiM warpaint armed with  ancient weapons of various kinds, particularly the arrows, some poisoned.  The announcement of tho approach of  the Indians in   the   thousands   was  quietly taken up by Dollard who asked for volunteers to set forth on their  death journey* to  intercede  the   attacking tribe, and repulsing them until each one of them was dead. S.lx������  teen volunteered and the signing of  the register was a pathetic scene before the* little church at-Montreal, demonstrating that they were ready to  sacrifice their '.lives to save the vil  lago.     Thus they set out and twenty  miles from Montreal erected a stockade, awaiting the coming of the Indians.   They   were  joined  by  forty  threo Algonqulns who were a friendly  tribe to tho Frenchmen and together  they defended  tho stockade  to the  death.     The approach of tlie Indians  was realistic and mado spectators feel  creepy but wero happy to know that  it was a civilised country.     The war-  cry of the attackers sounded and resounded liko a death knell on the lil-  t"o defending band.     Once, nay, twice  wero  the Indians  gajlantly repulsed  with .little loss to the defenders, but  the friendly Indians lost courage and  deserted their comrades, and   joined  tho attacking force.     Flaming arrows  and spears and poisoned arrows were  flying in. many directions towards the"  stockade and .it-was a real  wonder  how'everybody escaped injury in such  a realistic performance..      The   last  stand was great but disastrous to the  heroes. " ��������� The defenders prepared'a  gun for discharging'on', the attackers  and it was rammed tight with powder.  When hoisting it to the top of the  Eitockade it fefll back   and   exploded  with.terrific force killing most of the  iittle"baiid7" ""Iii_tire"meaniiihe" tlie  stockade caught fire and it was a most  thrilling sight.     Tho burning of the  stockade, the falling of the gate, and  the great onrush of hundreds of Indians to flniisli those surviving was a  repetition almost UMlke to what act-j  ually occurred,'and the scalping was  a completion of a-'scene   which   was  heartrending, but fine from a stage  point of view.     The Indians danced  round in great jubilation at the d.as-  tructiion of the. French.      But this  Is only ono of the stirring incidents  that will be depleted fcir the moving  plcturo patrons by 'thia company. The  pictures will be unloaded very shortly  and theatre goers .will have an opportunity of realising to the full the do-  fence of the'early -Bottlers of Canada  and tho stand they made against the  bloodthirsty,Indians.;,,  Driven by.the Sun  Sun heat has been aiiccoss.fully used  .ip.ra.lsp steamjii.ii,n;ciiglno in Egypt.  '.frll'O^B.l^  tlie Invention of Mr.", Frank"Shiiiuan,  of Philadelphia. . Tlio heating apparatus consists of 572: boxes of Bhoet-  iron, each 3 .foot, square,- framod hi  stout wood and covered with two  shoots of glass, -separated by an air  spaeo of ono Inch.  All these are mounted on trosllos,  facing duo south, with a surface of  5,000 sqiinro feot exposed to tlio sun's  rays. Further heat from tho samo  source is concentrated on tho boxes  by Oft. mirrors, and a loniporn!.iira of  <li"*0 dog. Fahrenheit, moro than  double holllng-poliil, can bo obtained  In this ww.  Tho sun power onglno'.Is adapted for  uso In tropical clliuatoH, wlmro the  cost of fuel oxcocda 10s. n ton,  Sick headaches���������neucalglo headaches���������splitting,  bHndlag headaches���������all vanish when you take  Na-Dru-Co Headache Wafers  They do not contain phenacelin, acetanllld,  morphine, opium or any other dangerous drug.  25c. a box at your Druggist's. 123  National Onua *. Chemical Co. or Can asa. Limited.  vjifcmm  Smokeless Shotshells  "Leader" and "Repeater"  The merits and weaknesses of shotshells *re  soon shown in trap ohootiug. Both amateur  and professional season's averages were won  in 1911 with Winchester Loaded Shells-  "Leader" and repeater." Their exceptionally strong and even shooting qualities make  them unsurpassed for bird shooting. They  axe all well made and carefully loaded, and  will always give satisfactory results. The  Rcd^on the box guarantees their reliability. 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Sold everywhere at fifty cents a box or mailed direct by -  44 ������"~***v  THE MARTIN, BOLE A WYNNE CO., WINNIPEG, CAN. ^**  When You Buy Matches,  Ask for  >ec/B/rc/  mW\Ml  \ajaiw  \mmtw    ���������  They have a true  safety  h**d,   with^jilent  never explode if Stepped   on.  Eddy's Matches have satisfied Canadians sine* IS51���������accept no others.  the E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  J  INSIST ON GETTING "EDDY'S"  Washboards,  Wood Pails and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs,  The Question  Suppose Bessie, (t:ho teacher was  trying to explain 'tho meaning of recuperate) supposo your papa has  worked vory hard all day; ho Is tlrod  and worn mt, l3n't lie?  .Yes, ��������� miirtam.  Then when night comes, and his  worlds ever for tho day,, what doos  hT-llO?'* ���������- ;.--*-*'*.":   \*. "������������������:"'.  .'':.���������'���������'.  Oh, roinlled Bjbb'.o, .that'* just what  mother wanta to ltnow.  Established In 183C, oontrollod 'by  Iho IritHi aovornmcmt, hut paid for out  of llio'Imperial fumls, tho Royal Irl������h  CoiiKlahuhtry consists of over 10,700  niDiiibcra.  ' Interviewed  A reporter .'.was onco "Men-lowing  r. famous English internaitlonal foo't-  wilier, and asked 1dm Jiowjic HUed he-  Ing. a professional footballer.  Iinme'ns���������.*)>', ho replied.  Ay, but weill enough to bring your  children up ti It? said the reporter.  No, he replied, not well otlough for  that. ��������� ���������'���������'��������� -;.������������������.  ���������-���������'������������������'���������:;   ���������'���������/.���������������������������:���������;���������-   '���������  'But wfliy? nsked tho reporter.  .Becauso t'heyro lasses, snld he wllh  loud laughter.  .Tho reporter collapsed..  By a convention islgnod in 190*1, tho  French dn Newfoundland havo nn  equal footog with Brlllsh subjects.  A Million  Persons  Breakfast; every morning  on  A purohfiBo:' of n rlvorHlilo property  nskeil Uio catiite ngont If tho.river  didn't HOinetliiuc ovcrllow ltn biuiUfl.  Will, replied he, It isn't ono of thoso  sickly riiiYiiir.B Unit nre iiUviiyn con,*  lined to their Veils.  Wiii'lH nro UllHi-;liUy bk'nilhlion, (ind  niriiK painful piiowUm. IIolliiwuy'H  Corn Cure will rcmovo tlioin,  V/. N. U. ������!  lilvln;; williln ft tiloiio'u throw ot  each other in Hioiili.uii I'arvii, ������ littlo  \W.iVni: I iv aufCitU, uro CvciUi'vWil  persons whose nggreeato i'St-n total  12.1111 Vfuru.  Post  Toasties  -^^!^  Suppose jmu try the' food  with cream and sugar, as  part of breakfast or supper.  You may be r.ure it will  be a delicious pan.  a  The Memory Linf/em"  Canu.U.iu  Pou'iun  C'to'iI  Co.  Ltd., Wluilnoi', oatorio.  Tline-Savlng Idea  lie wiui n cashier In u West riiul  business Iioubo, und IiIh fortnight's  holiday lrul just oiiilo<l.sAt- ho ontorod  the ollloo on the Mondny liioriili)*.--, hln  follo\v-ole������-kH I'oho' to Ki'ocl; hlui; but  he held up hln liuml for slleiicn, nml  beforo anybody could nay n word he  dli'liibiiUul aniong thein u'liumbor of  neatly-pi'liitril little    eunlH,    rending  lll-.IH!-- '  Thank you!  Ves* I had a Hploiulld tlmo,  Oh, walking, Hulling, golf und so  forl.li,  Yes, had null-fa lot of mln.  Hard to teiir'niyiwlf away? Vou hot.  I ought to. I'm fooling lit uh a  llc'ille.  And without n word he started lu af  Ids regular woik  WimMMiiinr-nsi ii ���������wm ii,*     #mM  Teeth Like Stars  "frvlir\   f,.r,i-\   Uri'li^'ilt,   "'i'l|f   Cor   1   <������*n!V  (,..o nvmiliii,'. After walking fnr  hoido timo iu Hilt-nee, Joint vuiiuuuU  lo remark,-"  Jcannle. your eyea aro Iikf ������lta-  moiiilfl. ���������  '.Tcaimlo���������Ih that so, John? (I'uiiho).  Trtlm���������Trn'i'ilf vrtytr iii'i-l* !>��������� V1;o r������  liV.-all'H.  Jfiantilo-.-Iii (hat ko, .Tohn'1  Joliii- -.Tenniilo, your teeth nre like  Iho Blare.  Joiiimlo���������How do yon mnke Uinl out,  John? I can qulto iiiidei-Htnnd my  neck being llko a Hwnn'ri and my oyeii  like (iiain.iiiilH, liut lio\������' do .vou iiuiUi*  out my teeth aro lilm tlio lilnrn?  John Why, Ji.;um;.', Ii������ Jiuit Li.-  cause they como out at iiiklit.  Modern fiu>tbnll is a direct ihr.re.nl-  r������it of an ancient Hoiiuui Kiinio called  'lii'Tjiui Jum,' lu which the object of Iho  |il.iy������r* ������n inch side wns to bcIzo Uio  fiT.l ;u.il tau'y U, by uuuc uu....... *...  oiltt-r, ncrowi tx lino marked on the  EiMiiwI In the r������mr of thctv opponent,  EMPIRE  NAVY  PLUG CHEWING  TOBACCO  What the Look-Out  Says:  "It's a groat strain to  hove to watch so care-  fully. To stonfly my  nerves, I always use  Empire Navy Plug  Chewing Tobacco,  when up In the  "Crow's Nest." f'Tw   *-f-f*-.������<������-���������    efsrAt^jt'w-T a w*->    vmf-Fisti   r<M.,tfMt?tA'.  ��������� |m<������>M������^K<  ��������� ���������v*r**m*"am-**-,*m--  ,,%-v-i iW*-miu������!r������E������������na������r(������  The nn^tolaM Hews  ���������������������������-.iied I - erv Tuesday, by the  .���������oktsox 6k Cumberland  Publishing   Cornpsiny.  This pap-.T will nut hold itself  -;���������',-.->o',i.-ib!"* U>i- the opinions of oth-  -.'.-.   i10. ���������-���������siy appear ia* it-s columns  .-'.rfii'i) time to time. y  .._; ���������"��������� "- ���������' - - " "  '.' ''���������' 'v .'"..���������gi;.T,'ff*  ���������V.'F.'DNKSnAS", DUO.'11,  1012  Sayward L.itnl r.'i.-tr,<:'..  District of Comn\-.  T',!<!���������, NOriCH ihat M-in* Thulin of  ..i(i. I'i. C. iv.-..ii|',iiion married   woman  * >.d-' lo :ii'|>U-. Inr pcr.iiiSMon  lo bur-  j.i'i'.f;   U.c  r.ilio-.viii*^ fiercribed  kinds: r  <"'.'::.i'i'n?,>T."ii|,! .'it n [)osi  planted  .'it   llir  ;. -nil) ������i������t r.'>rni*r -of   T.   t..   .\o.   4433S.  t'-ii-.-o; 11;,rill   W-.������ chains, thenre west 40  SA Y W A RD LAN D  DISTRICT  District uf S-iywarcl, Range ,1,  TAKE -NOTICE .that I, Elinzeh.  Hamiap, hy tin* agent, Gfior^e Yer  (Ho*-, ol Campbell Ito ver. V. 1. cicci.  pa tion,married woman, intend!? b'  .-���������pp'l.y for pet niis.'iion   to   ptircha*'*  ihe iol'owiyg doKcribe.'. landr--���������  "Oorhttientting at a pv-i't   p'aii'erl  near t-he N. V3.   comer  r������f  lot 351  thenco t-cu.h 10 eh'-ine (Ver.) the net  oast 10 eh a: it* t.ton) mo;re o- .ltKa w  ', ho point   ol com nr: en*ce mont GO n,  taiiiiii" 30 acres (!>wen.ty)   more oi  lee?.  Ki.IXZBIA II ANN A -!  N*!ime i f Applicant  Dale Mnroh iliwb, 1912.  Snywfiril Jv!U*.l District  ' District of* Cost  Take initio- Unit Tuahi.'l  McKi-n  ny. or "Vancouver,  IJ. C... ocenpa-  lrm-5, thrice   smith 50 chiins more  or I tym spin'������!cr', intends tp apply   ful  penni*-*iion to piircliaso tlio follow  ing*k*Rcribe<) hin_ly���������  Comtiitn-'ing r.t it post   planted  ;uiie mile east  of  tho   Ponth-we^t  itornor of lot -350, thence wes-t   80  chain*?, thenc?. south 40 ciwni?,  thence eiist -8Q cIki'iiis; ihence  n'o'rfh'40 chains to point .'of com-  iiienceincnt, contiiining 820 acres,  more or less.  Isabel McKeriTiy. ���������������  JN'-an-.u of Applicant, in full  Eubort Hcoi-y Chesfjmt, Agont.J  Date March 12lli, 1912. j  Saywarr] Laml ?>Litricl  '.Dif'tiict of   Comox.  int.;, thence along the shore  ' ,1. ,|o chiii.s i.Yure or les* 10 j>l;tc*v of  si ���������jiimviv.; c.>ni.iinii>}?   200 acrcsjnore or  jr'-*.  ���������J1KORGK VERDIER        f  Agent fo? Mary Thulin  O.i'.e. Aiyu'Si 13-th,  icji'u.  '.. Saywaul Land District,  District of Comoy,.  TAKE NOTICE ihat Churles.Timlin,  ,V l.tind, H.C'., occupation   merchant, in-  .'sncls tc  apply  for   permUsi onto   pur-  ���������:!- ise 1 he 1 lie following f'esenbed land.'���������.  'o:)>inen.ung;it a post planted hi Drowns  il.iy .it the north-cast  corner of ,T. L  ,(*, 14ft-,. tlience   west ^0   chains, thence*, r  .f, i,-.h 21 civiir.-,   thence  eist   So chains, ���������;  to ihe-shire'-liive, thence south 20 chains j  more or less- along shore line to phsce of������   .. ,  beSim>iiiiiCQi*iUmipgj6o.ac*es. more  or i     TAKE. i:o!ic������ tliM SHny rie *HaH-j  f0.,,- [nan,     married     w-OEnnii      Camp I  GEORGE VERDIER       j belt    River,    B. C,   .-Jtitentck    to!  Agent for Ch;ules Thulin j i.f>ply Jor   psrinrssion   to  purchase  !),UcAl'g^t '^'h' '^'j*'  |'lhe   following  described   land *���������  Seward 'i/-n-,<H>isirki. jCormmeticiiig at a fr������s*t'  pknled at !  District'of.Cftti-io-*-. [the s.poth e.ast cornor. d   Loi   N'c*  TAivE NOTICE that Deojga ������ercr..--.{35'_. thence-rouih 15chulns   ta the 5  '..-.of Lyi,ij!,C.,Qccupi(ion .'. J north ������ ������st 'dnn*r of Lot 378, then   :  ti-,ici>.l* if> apiiiv for perhiissioii  to 'pnr- T. . n-,   .        '������������������'.    .,      , >���������  ���������        ,     ,������������������'������������������'     ,      ������������������,'���������  .   ,    ,      [C8 east 2-.J chiuns Kj the shore hiu*.  ������������������Jt .1 ������������������:.��������� .t-he f.>!b.ying  cisscnbed   K*wicis:~ E  , '. '       *       .        ... ���������      .    [  ;. \    ,       ..   .. ,,   jihenreaiona theahore .fit.fi.   to   lhe*  CsniineBrant at a   post   planted at   the | '   ���������  -���������     ** . j-  yrn-h weu corner qf Lot ^thence north |P]ace of corarrienwrnentj, eostnin- j  fi r.K a������r, tc, the; sho^e !ni.e, ihe ace follow-! *nS 1&0' ac?es more f>r love, -   ��������� |  An-ahcL!i]3^g^ji^amtHid__a!_L'-poi������t to the r '��������� ELINYEIE HAN??AN ; ;  -y-Ucc of.'heginnitij,'.  ' QEORjCE, VERvOIER ,'  4\pp.li.ea*s-t  ',fj-.*ite August 14th, if.i-3  Sayii-nrd Land District.'.  District of Comox.  /! A K'E NOTICE   that   Fred Thulin,  ni IjirnVBC, occupation merchant, m-  *.fj:i:!ii 10; npply ...fc-M'   [\eripission   to   'our-  ���������..li i'-sc   1I.G fcJ!c.wip,g  described   Line!;���������  'i.:').ii na'.icih-.: m  a  p*'.!&t-  planted at  vise  >'���������>��������� i.lv-i fit coni-er of Tiinber   L^.ise ,Na  po')}, tlionce  west  8*   chains,   thence  .so.it!*. ,*-'.! chtiri-/, thence cist So chains to  5lv.: sh.irc  line,  loer.ee   follovviiiR  shore  T'1.1; north 8-,i chains,  more or lei's to- ihe  }i'.i;:������ ofbe-fiiiam^ containing; '6't> i*a'.^  wove nr less.  GEORGEVERDIER  A_*e������t for Fred Thiil'to  IfjU: Auyu.-il I'-t h, 1.912  "' "UIQUOK LtCENSR^eT."  .,Sectron j|S)  NOTK'F. i-i hereby j^iven, th:i>on t?ie  Vi!i day  of October   x\n>-.t,   r.ppliriKiou  v-i\ !>��������� mule to  tbe   Siipftniueiidc'itt   of  >'n)vinci.il Pilicf'' >' thi ir.intf.'rof (he  !i������-<:n.*e for the salo  of   liquur by   retf������il| (;0lrNTY COURT OP NANA.IMO  ii, and r.|jnii the pi-cm'Stis kno*.v ,-i:is the  Wiilo.vr. Ho!*-*-!,siltmlc ut Oamfiliell Riv-  v George  Y6rclier������ A&ent. *!  lauteri'july 22nd, 1912., ; J"  J���������Oui;NTr COURT OF.NANAIMO^  blOLDENAT 'CUMBERLAND.    ]  ' - '���������'.''      ��������� ���������  In '.hi: goods of J-imca-   Mt.vrphy,;,  deceased iiitef-tute. |  TAKE NOTICK ihut by order of j.,,  [lis Honor Judge Barker mftctein'i;  the aix-ve cimri on thu 'iih  dny of |  SejjiU'W-httr 1912,   the   vwsthfsij'tiiirl. ||  wsvf 1-- , ointetl atl:������ir.istr*>!o.r oi the j  estv     oi. '-Jumea    Mtirp'ivy,   dn-i  cci    .r, whodipd at Rock   SV.iy   oni'  M ./ 7ih 1S-12, ii'itcsliitc ���������]  )} iicroQn^8i!g:tin������t the  eGtiiiey  and nil 'ttccouii'tH  dao   t'l 10  eMalo'J  cQi.it 1 n preMrtittsI  and   pnil,   re ;���������  s_i������stivuly on'tir . befow  th������   15th I  dr.y < i October 191*2 f  W W. Wilhn],       T  OHicisl Ailmiiiit-uiitoj.    j,  Ctiniljcrhiiiil, B, C }  I**-, lli'itUli Coltiiiibi.fi, ftoin Charles Tbu-  li 1 11 I   Mniurson ..Hitnn.m   10   Cliavh-.s-.  Th'-iiin, of Cnn fi! 10U River,   iViiishX'ol-  iiinlii.i.  Dated tins i.|tli d.iy of Sept , 101.���������*  II^I.OKN    AT   CU.MB13I.U.AN;).;  Ill  lllC goods Of   AJhiOM    J till 7.1111  uvilch ilccwiHfd h.leali.k*. !  TAKE NOTICE   thnt  hy ori'U-rl  oi Hi-- Honor J'dfl{������o  iiurkor mitln  in tlm n hove court on ihw *l;h   dny!  ' I  1  ..  "       , N S     ANNAN        :   f u    ,     1.     .1,.,,  ,. ,     .  ,, ,,    ... Md N'pii'inbwr nils, Im.-  iuidi'!>-n������i  |fol(li:r;*���������of l.iit'll!:!.-; '       .       ,    .    .   , .   ,  rll-\Rl.KS I I-IUI.IN        WM ������������������lM,0'n*t'(������ ftdruinJi*lriilor ot ilu*,  A|'(iliC������i''   f"V T|-:iiisl'(.*r p'Slulo of Allium jfl.'i Z'l povi till',    ill!* |   -   ��������� (i*t*:i'ii'il,vvh"i) wuRkilli'd it' No.7 miia'!  Ssiyward Land   District        jf#��������� >,\dy [jt|l( 101a, into.-ir.to. ;  District t>\ Sayw.ivd  TAKK notice    tlut  Willhin  J im'JJ <* rihROIl, ftf  V UK.'01iV.'l.   nf-  if r,>icio 1, |mi?������U:r, iiitciiils to ������p-  ply for |.vM'trti.\si'.>nJ to , pnivhiiPt-  1 In: fulIo-A-jjig di'������crib������'il lauch':-*  C<nnm*'nrinx ������t a poat plsmlod 20  chiirns I'ft.st of the north cast coc-  111-r of Timber fJcenwi 323a, then-  ,.,-. ,i'\c\ "m Hiniii������!. llic^K'** s'liith  .-,i> i,h.i!;i.'*. i'hence- wc-M ?" e\\nm%.  1 hence north 20   cliuitvs lo point-  All ncconnlb iinainnt   tin:  fhl,:|i  Illlll 1. II    ll'i-'OlUlt'*    illli!    thi!    i'>: 'tr I  t mut be prei*c*������ '.ed nnd pail iohj-i.c-j  tivol.y on or bi'Ioio the loih dny uf'.  Oclohor H)l2.  W. W. U'in..ufn,  OJHoijil AdminUl'ntor  Cmnhcrlniicl, H. C.  Snywnrd I/md District.      '  Oimrint of Snywnrd. j  TAKK notioo thnt NiohohiH FIhIi- j  r, of Vnni'utivor, lh lh, occnpaliim i  of ' Goiiiiiii*rj''*'UU'Nt,    contaiiiuiu 1  ,   .   ���������        ,   . ,   , .  in   ui'iiniiii  .������������������������     1 ^       ^ ! clerk, in ends to ,n������p|y for pcrmin* j  .j-iai'ivrtinoHior'Uir.S  m������d is   Uf- j /im to puroba^o Mm   folhivW,.-  de*i  .-crilieii l.ui.U:    < '��������� ��������� u uifiui' > j; ut   a .  pi')*-!- phiiitfil ul ti. ���������    loi'lli eiuil cor-'.  lAVtcii Whrtt and balnn*n iihh  William Jamwm CJinrv>\-  K  Maurice (Jailer, Af.-������'������������  Dytc Auifiist 2i.st,, i������;J3.  nor  of T, l���������,"..!.')'.',   ..fii'i*-   hot   t'\  then**-'* on si 'Mi cl>::''-(-, tL'-nc ��������� c  "'I-Id chiiiir, Ih.'.ii'i* im-.'-I li-    ��������� -  J-Oli SAI.K A^o5tMn3'....ii.!iiimifMi.|1(M|.vj-|JiWt. I#     .  ,.v.,n, ..hould r..'.'i'l.     I-i'""'   *\���������,"|;1,���������;,,,, ,���������..,  Acldii*s*> letter***, drawer it,  >"ai. ,   ,,,  ; ','fif. il   } -  'III!  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think.  There is no better way of ma -  king the people think of you than  by. placing an Ad in The NEj/VS.  "Nuff Said."  B__ySB^iE3M___;,aH3aBB^^  Brewers' Dried Grains  r*(..n,y  Llicajier '1 him  Most Dairy l;cit:d.s  " -\&*.vo. ivii'liijg & Grain Company, Ltd.  ;;..-t--;i-m.,H N n:\AIMO, H. C.  tCSiUmt'M������mVt.-fi^l7t*mmVrfV^  LAND ACT  -        Vancouver Lan4  Disirlct  District of Sayvvawi.  TAKE NOTICE ' thnt   Michael  Young, cf Brooklyn. K*ew\YoTk, 00-  . cupmion Jnnitor, intciKlsto ���������apply  i for ^nniHgion .to ptuchaae the fol-  ] lowing descril-fed i:i������d������:���������(V-mnien.  cing al a  post [ilanted ������r>0 c3i-.iiis  north -of ihe  norlli west corner 01  lot- 582,   thon,G   cast   40  chaini',  thenoe   s-otiih   50   elini������i',   tlw; ee  west -iO chainp,  thence   north -50  chains to point of c^Jiimpnceiiicsit,  containing 200 acre? more or le-s.  MICHAEL V0UN<J,  ���������   Applicant  Tlioaiiii* Mn lier, Agent  ���������Date Octalier 30:h, 1912  LAND ACT  Vdiicnuver Land District  District of Snywurd  TAK IS N0TIC15  that' William  Peter. Adams,   of New Y<������rk,  New  York, occn'ptithni.    611 Ionian,   in-  tend j lo  apply  for "peruii-'-innf ���������to '  purchase  th������  followinii;  dc'crihttd ���������  liindi=:���������Cominencir.R    at   a   post  pliuilcil ut the inrlh-weut corner of  the   nouth     iijslf    of     1 a.    fill),  ihence   eouih   SO   (.hahis,   ihence'  Wei--1 40 chains?, more or les*-' (0  the  pti;.l liin-of lot uSp,'thenoe   north  80 chains,   thence, cast 40 chit his,  more nr lc-e to pi'inl of commence-  ment, containing 820 i.cies ni'*re cr  lei.'i?.  WILLIAM PETER A DA.MS,  Applicant  Tlioir.ii'* Matier. A "ent  Dilo, October 29th, 1912  NO LICK im hiruliy givou tl*.tt������*i lit firnt  'lay ol I) .coluber next application will lie  made i<i the Supurititeudri . of 5'r.nii cidl  Police, Victoria, ivt the rene-A'al nf the hole] license in soil liquors by retail la tne  hotel known as U.eL'i'ue hotc������, kitoatcd at  Utmiox, H O. Georcr-M. Barlow  D.twi October-2 191-2.  NOTICE is hereby, given that on the  ���������:r--l day of November 1912, application  will bt* made to llic Supeuintcndeiu ot  I'rovuirial Polico, for a renewal of the  11I1 Jle^a'e liquor licence upon the piem-  is<r-rkTioivjrab"Lar24,'.Sfibsctiioir;j'--Nel-r*-  son Dintriet.  i I'lUliNKR'llttKWlNC. COMl'ANV. *  D.tted October 2nd, iy>2  NOriCIfi is liiieby. givcu.ihiiti.il llio  fir-1 day of December next anplhiil on' w ill  be made.to thuSuic-iu^iiiidei t ul Provincial I'olieo, Vict/nia, for ,*fr> new.nl o( tho  hotei licenso t-������ bi ' lii]iiois by 11 tail iu  tlie holel known an the U'nk 11 In hi. fiit-  nnlo nt? Union,'B.C.   JoiiN'N. .N'.cLkoi)..'  .Untf d Um '2ml ilay of Oc'ob' r, 11)1*2 ���������  ��������� iw   awMw ,111111 -r-���������^-^--~������.*. ���������-^-~"-~������������������^.-��������� ���������������������������������������������- ������������������������������������������������������������  NOTIOK is lu-ieby givuu that 011TI10.  rhmdii '*fy lJvCcn.ljer ikxi tijjj.lic tins v.-ill  bs-inude to lo. the Supi ri; to- dent f l'n -  vinoii.l Police, A'ictoiia, for a louew-.l .1'  the lintol licenso to ������-oll liijuoiB by retail  thu li -tel Uiiown (ia tlio Omi: tanuy HouS'*,  tit ialo.1 ut 0'. urUriiy, ll.C.  John It, Joiinstos*.  Dated Cot..bor.2 lt'12.  N0TH K hdely giytn tht/m tlio  11 rut dny ol I).���������comber nuxfc I oatloa will  bo ui'idrt UthiiHaporin'oiidoiit of Pr iviauiiil  i'oliq", N'iotori'*, for tlm roimwal of Iho hottl licouue to still ifl'iors by roiail in dn  hotel liiitwu to- Uivi'1'Kidii hov*l, .iltiiite  at Courtenay, '.. 0. O. 11. Fw.'iinku,  Dated Ootobtr ������, KUU.  NOTICK is hciro!')' Jjivon tlut on tlio  lli'bt d\y of Deconiber noxc ������p|ilioation will  be mado to tlrij.Sii|ierii.toiuloiit of Pro.  vineinl Pol'eo, Vioorin, f..r 11 roi.iwal of  ilio hot'jl licjivio to I liqui,m by to'.ail  in tliu hotel known'na the. K'l; l.otel, ������il,u.  alo������l at Don x, B.C.     John Maiitin.  ii.t.d Oi't lh*)",.', P.lpJ.  NOTIf'H i*. heiiiby j-ivea tnnt 011 thn,  IWnt day 1 f D.iisi inbor mxt iiiniliealiiin wll  bu iiifidii to llm S.i|iori.nti}i,ilo.it of Piovln-  einl Polico, VlelKi'ia, fur tlio I'uituwuliil'tlm  hoU.1 lieoiiiHi 10 Mull |j<|'.ii*;.i by rit.nl u tlio  Inrel lilluwn un tlio NbliCii Uiim], Hiiti tto.l  at Union Hay, Ii.t'. Juiiv Viia.-ikii.  fUt.nl 0.jt..i'iorlJ.ul, 1012.  **fmamm*mm*ama m*m 11 .������>>������������������ mtaaumainm>itwatamumwmMMwwwi���������  NOriOK is hereby <j\mt Ih.t en Uio  Unit day of Duopii.h. rnnxt nppli������ittto.i will  bo nuiile t-i iho Sii-iermliMiiloutof Provincial JVliio Vii'ii.-i'iii,[|t:������r a lO'i'-wil of tli  liotnl liuoiii.0 to iniii liquors by rntlill 111  the- hotel known un the Willmm llolol nit-  iidle.l tttCiijipboIl River, li. 0.  THULIN &HANNUN,  ]f A;\\ P.-t'..\<i--:','  !','!'.'  N0T1CU in liurtily given tlmt 011 tho  liiH'. <l������y ������f hie-mber utixt npplieatiwiwill  bu iiiiiilo to the .Sii-iiiiiiituiiileiit of Proviii������  (liul Polleu for tlio',roa. wai of tlio hotol li-  otiiHo ti hi!) Jiquui-H li) retail in tlio .hotel  If 110wo an tho Woodhi BkqipiiiK l'lceci  nittmUiiiti Oyntor Uhur, In tho iirovliiuo of  liii-iili L'oliiinbia.     ,\t!Kru WooimpM.  Ii.iled O.i'.obor',', lllll*.  mmrn mii-wii lamiummmma wwiw^ws���������^^M^M^^^^^^MtMjp,,^,^^,^,^^..^,  NOTICE i'nemby k'ivon that on  tlio  lill.i iin) 111 1,1.1 'vOilc 1' nuxt tl|'l<lieilliniiwill  Im nude to I lie Snporiiiteinlont of Proviu-  in! IMic.*, \'u\,-iin, fur llieivnowuloftl'o  ImHl lii'..'il.i-j lu i-.. II liqiiir, by tonsil in the  I liul.il kin-w 1 in. tbo Wilton hotel, mtuatflil  ut'Uiili.n Pay li.U, Ai.rnunltAi'i'a Ibij'^j-.  ���������  Du'ed Oei'.b.'j 'J, VJ\>  ll.  \; IV,  r,m  :M  ���������t\  i  ' 1  i- ' i  1J>1  THE   KCT5,   Zmri,im.:x.&\   32snSff ttKXUBtA.  NOTICE ia her.fey giiFen tln-t t; tbe.  -iiext meeting of tio Boarf if Lifo. use. Com j  cnissiraer. of the   City of Cumberland. ]] Comn,^slan'erS'. ,nteii7Z"^W^l  Snttintl t'i.   firwil.i ff..������   ..   . ������.   ~. 1       ������f J.I.  _   l._i    , ���������   I     .  intend to *apj)lytfnr a teucwal iff .ilie kot-.  el HcmBa -beld liy tae fur il-ia Veisdome  Hotel, h tmttedton Jot 5, Hook 2, Cumber-,  f and 'Towusita. .  ' ."      ll.fi. ROBERTStflN1  DaUlNow-riWd-.tli, 491*2.  NOTICE is he-wby ������i>.*en that   at *be  nest, meeting of the JBosr-d dr Liccncro 0������in-  cnisrtiouers of &<- City of C������iii3>er!ai.i, III  i.tend o Hpp'y fs������r a conev;.'*! of tlia fcot  el Jii:en6*a held hy me'for lite Cirraberlandj)  HoU.1, Ht������at������d outoi J, bloak li, Cum Itr  land To,vusite-  " WILLIAM HE&lUFiELD..  Dnted ti is CUi day of Nov., !������1 'i  NOTliEia IwreJuy lgtren licit at tlia  nc-Kt meeting of thu Board of license Com-:  aii-4 it eri for iho Ci4y of On nbenlaud. Ij  intend to aiU'lv for a ponewnl of tho wholesale liq-utr tce.fid IkM ly iii *, ������'united ou]  tot G, block li, Cuu.beiland fownaita  CIALI MESSATTL  D������ted iliisC Ji duy of Nov., 1912.  [    J-sOTlCE is lierebv given   that  N*i'Kaw.. liepriby^TOcm. ,th,u .���������aj. ihe j.on   tlie .first   day   .of   Decemher  ncrt ineetintr of the Board of License! next   application will   be lluulc to  the -Superintendent .of Provincial  Poliei*i ��������� Viotoria,: I-J..C. for a renewal of (he hotel license 46'sell,  liquors by retail in the hotel  known.,as*.tlie Mal'i^insi Hotel,:  sittuited at Lnud. H. C. ���������"-���������'/ - -  !���������', . " ;'..;,-KltEp THlIUN ,  Dated,Octolwlfitii, -i'JIS  V"  -i������A'.  renewal of u1ie.Iiotdboei.se3ield by nve  for tlie TSew En^ila-nd Hotel, situated on  black j, Jut j, Cumiwrland Townsite.  i-OHEl'R WALKER  iIAauadl _Sfov, jili, .jniL  TI^Y flfl AD  in the ftEWS  NOTICE lis berdby {-ivcti that sn.da-ys  ifeca*j?la.l<e atyaplka'.ion   will *i*e *n*-'ide  lo  Soo&'s Cottoa RoorCbmnoofiil  Th^ great Utorl'r-o Tonic, aa:.  'i^onlf Biifo crlbi-tuol MoutUs  -M/ReffulrtUii* on tvliicli women ca,  depend. Sold in throe degrea  at strength���������No. V,?U Jno. i;  i|0 degrees strongo*, Si*; Ko. t.  for Kiiecial vases, sa pel* bo3  Bold liy ill! drugg-ists, or nav  ���������pr-epa'd  on ' receipt of price  ������. -<������.     *Wiparejihlot..Andrews: TK  the .SapetintcndeiH of.iVraviiK'ial Police,  8flafffifeotOiHKCOMTouo.iTO.ONT. tfon.w������yi/iw^',  Victoria, B. C-, for a renewal qf tjie Uio- j -���������*���������**������*������****.**,������ *.t*,.....-.....-.i. ��������� .���������.m....  tel license-to sell liquors by retail itr the |     ROOMS for  lvnt at - Jlfiinnclli'i  | hotel toownas.be J'ort AuKu>������ Hotel, Jro,^,^ Uuu^   Dcrwe.it Ave  situated ai Comox. IL ���������. ,     ! " ���������*  ���������\ntos, Cc/n*iNoro.v,  WOl'lCK in Jtcseby gii*<.u Li-at at the  vext n eel. itff <if Uie Bonird of l.ii-o so C.ni  _Dis>inii������r8 of tbo Cfej* of l umb r'aad, ] |  i-tond to a-jilv fnr a reoe ml of tlie hotel lieea-id liehl by me for the Wav rlv  Ho el, situated ou i it*2, bto/ik li, Cmiibcr  laud ToAiiste.  FKANK JMLLOS  HJt.tud itidi iith .d y ��������� 1 X. v., if)l>2.  NOTICE ls-lnniy g vc-n -dut at tli** m-x.  cncciiifr uf 'h-o U. a d nf lieu ie Ci*i������nii������-  isione s of the Li'.v of Ouniberlnnd, i in-  ���������(end ti nppl. for a r.'i-.c ���������*. vl or .bo wholo-  suleliqn.ir li.ciue held by m,, s'tu-ted  mu lot i2, bl'it*!*; 7, CuinberKind Tow. sitj  .    FJlAXIv SCAV._ KDO.  Du-teii this 6th day of Nov., liMS  Dated Oct., and, 191;  A-n Ad in the  pays.    Try it.  New  vs  FOR SA^E-Three 'mi 1 L*  cows, first clags milkcis, a3so two  heifers in call', graded stock,  three horses, two drivers and a  gfiiieial purpose niare." age three  and four years, Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.  Fine "Engraving  "in Sopia of   tiie  ^Borden- ���������; Gabixiet  for Readers   of  tke'  ^ws- Advertiser"  'VERYOKK wants a  picture of  the  nVehrberd  cf  the Govci-n'MicntOt Canada. '-Thu-. "News Adver-  li.sei-"i.ns Imd prepared 'for the exclusive u.se of ilt* readers intliis province  a  iar^c   engraved .plate  of   lit.  iTOriiJK ii libi-'b, ewen thit at the  1 ext tu etui!' pf ilu* bold nf L'emse  Com liissio. trs <.[' th'* CMv of Cuiiib'i-  iainl, I iuloi.d to np, ly i-.r ;i reii.*\v.il if tl������s  who'-eKiilo liquor lic-11-e hold 'y me, nit-  -uate.l on lot 12, bb-ek 6", (.���������.uHiberimd'j  Townaito.  JO IN  MAKOOCHI  Mated his <3th <hy of Nov., 1012.  NOTICE is. i* he.-c*'*y _,iv.'i) ih-il r.t Ubo  iinxt"inpittn*ff i-f the UuMtd of Lionn-e  Com i.Usion-ia of tli-j������ City of Cnn.b.r-  ioril, I l.dond to a_ifb fur a-tiut^ftro  Uio" \\ ho'i a do b'q i..r li .tn su lield I y in ���������  on lot.'!  blcyl'. 2, to hi. &*. i'i, lol 0, Cu   -  - bf*r!a-.*d-Tov. na-'e.������������������-���������-��������� ��������� -���������   \      CIALI MUSSATTO.  I)rtt-d tha (5th'day ut Auaust, 1912  NOl'l'JK is hereby given tbat at the  lies 1 meetiu'; of tlie. Uo.ird of License  Cjiinini-sioner-s of ili������ City of (Xiniber-  Lind, I intend 'o apply for a renewal of  tbe bot-el lice'ns'i held by ine for lhe  "Kini" tjeoiyt**' JSotcl, situated on lot 9,  block .7, CKiti'jierlar.d Townsite.  ".' ���������     TICTOk BONORA  Dated this 6111 day of ,Nov., 1912.  EWcarxT Mil.*.; v. a-ja-aami attm tjE/%<^i*^gM^Trd^^fc-*ffrn������w������ymwM^wcw  TJie Courtenay Hotel  ,   Iflvory convehione* for guet*ts.  TJw Oentml Hotil ���������or Sportamon  7������!one butthe'Hest of Wines a-nd if.ii-������;uors  ���������Mil** Hur,  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johncton,  Prop  (V^^-v-t'^i^i''qS'^i''i^-t'-t*4"ti'^'H,ii  Q  13 ���������  0  0  i  u  4)  '<  JO  0)  I  E  i  Hi  4  0  T5  O  O  CU  V������is*������������t4  GO  ocj  rt  t/i  . .*���������<  </i  . ������~<  fi  C  P!  Steamship Go. of B. C.-Ltd.  THE S. S. COWIC1IAN WJJ.L SAIL AS UNDEIl  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION I3AY-COMOX ROUTli'  Leavo Vancouver, Monday, avt 8 p. in..  Arrive* Xanainio, at������ll.ii0 \\ hi.  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday G a. 111.       LeavejTucsday 110011.  Airive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. nt,      Leive. Ttu'sdny, Ll rt. in.  Leave Nanaimo 6 p. .111. Ttiosdny.    Arrive \'TlllH',()uvol��������� 51.530 p'.m.  Leave Vanconvei* Saturd'ly S ji.ui.   Arrive- Nanaimo.   11 30 p . n*  An ive Union JJay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday S a m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to-change ���������without notice.  province  si  large   engraved ���������p  11 oii", lv.'"��������� L, j'oi'dcii and his tiiini������ter.s. ���������  .The group .B'-ri-il.niwn from th������,latest .jih'titonjraphs  of the eiohticen Ministers. wlioV.oinpose t)ie advisees-of  His Royal Hifdinest- llitrGovernor-CientTal It i-s jn'iii-  ted in Sepia (-11 hieavy board ready for' fruining; and  will.he o-f the oreatest eiiiicHlional va*luo iti th-e lwine,"  tho school and tlie library.  , The Prime Minister, HON, R. L. V>QKDKN, occupies a"central position, and is shown stawdiug at tlm  head of ihe Qoiiuwil Table.' Seated ab>ut him are his  colleagiiios. .  Dimly in the 'background the features oi Sir John  Macdonald looh -down on iiaa successors^  How to Obtain the Picture  This fine  engravi-na. of  which -a  limited number  iS.i >��������� md Li.m !)i .1 o ,  Dis: lie*, of Say wai d-  TAKE 'N'OTJt'E ihai VLaiinv t fi'i-nr  Dnubar,  ot   New  Voik,    JNo**.*    Yoik,  ncci5;>iitiiou cleik, iuiend *to'a{.'_.ly for j.op-  iiiisuion   to puroh .?o   tho   foMrfvini? ui������-  iiriljed laml ���������: CoiEtiieucing tt apo.-t iJ-iutr-  ei] al���������ii<srih- ast 'coixt 0: lot 50ij,  tiier.ee  nor h S') eh -i .s, tbinee   *,icst fiO' 'cbair-it,  ....j  hence s. a li 80   climbs, -th'-njo   fflst   8*  a^//|j shhjns to p 'I'.'t *'fc uiauencomfnt coutuiu-  ���������^^���������1 *ij UIO'iicrt'e mo*e i.������rl-.s.    *���������  CllAS'SISO S'lTAKJ DUXBAit'  ���������F'.shbr M. QasLin j, ^'O-it.  Date Juno *2.Sril,lflr2  lave, heeii jn-cf^iHed., wall be .sent  c'rl:  FRE  OF  ur  ARGE  ] to new siihscrihi'Ts or lo   old   subscribers,   who   renew  'heir suhscripiious f"r one year f,$-;3.(J0')  For out of town subscribers, live pickire will be  tubed a:nl  postage pn ,p-iid.  Non -s 1 b.-clibers may obtain copies' on payment of  50 cents, li maiied 10 cents extra, foi' Inhirg and  pos-tafre. '        ��������� 0  Applications a"d i*emittiuiceis (-cash niii-st accompany order]; uuitr be made to  cn ��������� ^fcuhiionWima.get  , .    Saywi.r.l l.v fl TO������i< jyt.  ;, Dht'ict i.i'S.iywar.l.  rAKE NOTION tlinl Jol.u Ar hur J>n'j-;  if i\ew Vuiit, Ni.*\v Yor������, ��������� C.-u* ati 11 . lerk  iiit������ ds to a|j)ly fur jH'i'iiiiisii'ii to -mr  oiia>o '.lio ��������� r.'lk-wiiif- il.,Si.r-iljo.i huulb:���������  vloii.iimuciiig at a pot j)lunt*il ut tiie  111 nth -oast, cprnor of JLease 4G thosce ���������  -outh KO eluiiip, tin uoo w<s-t*50 clii.i..s,  tliffuce wiitli i'.Q clinins, ilitnee uatt Bt  ohiiiis to ioii.t ������.f *coi:cni.'U! .luunt oout;.JH  ills' <J40 ticies hits or Iws.  juiix Airn-run dalx  F:slifr li. (jjiliin*', Apcut.  thii .Iuih* 2-tth. MM2.  '    . .. ....      1 .       .������     .  * Hay.vurd  Li ia������l Distr'Ct.        ���������'  nistrict ol S ij wan?,  . .TAKE-.NOTICE   ih.t   Walter   Be.lcf.  C ei, '".(if"   Noiv"'  Yurk".    Ne.v     Yu-k.  \s$&& I occupation*���������',-, Jaboj'cr,   i.ituml,   to   ���������������_>'-/���������  "* *~i"~"   ior iiorn.issiai't.<) yuwlinsu tl<**   frl.���������'.���������,!���������������  iisoribiil Iu'jiLv:��������� C'oiimicaa g   h<i. -t p,-,-i,  planted 120 ihain^ Ave������t u*.il   MJ e'l.iisn  oorth of the soutli oast   co :i..i  of Li:.9i  'tG, tin nee soaili SOcli.ins, t1"-*- ce e->i>i 40  :iliaina    thenoe ri >itb   SO cl uiim,   tliei cu  west '10 chaiug to point cf C'-iiiiii*������iiC ine* t  c-Jiitiinio'. 320 acrcu moio or le**?.  WALTEK JJKLELL TEST  Fitl������r M . 0j,Hn, jj ���������, AtOll .  Date Jtxn - 24t'j, li'1'2.  The purest and best.IUvER,  and  made in Cumberland.  (}M  ri"W!"W"%i""|,I^^  6, C  , COPYRIGHT.  A.Fiive.'D'.i  "1 ,.f   r -f.~��������� ~. ���������  J.    N.   McLEOD  1? jno*!? m.-x.im "Tor.  ,   Englioh *1 x BUli'XON-aJwitya oa Up      al>o, tho fumnim MII,WAU-lvlSK  ' '  BKEKiS-lnhonsor, B.Auinio,.., Met/, Ac.       "0U)G-������BY BHAKU*',  SCOTCH WHSSKV, -Beat Winos aud Liquors of ell kinds'.''.  Tlit) hoarding and Lodging Di'piu'tmoi.t. tindtir tho launcdialo I'U'jfli'iiitemkiKjo t.l Mn  ���������.-.',v;, Oavis, will *l)j roiii.n First ola������w in evory I'l't'jji-ut, J  ATBS,  if)  CJ  c  V  CO   U ^  l"pl  hMKHUMJ  s^,  r-!  I*"���������" 1  CL)  4-i  tn  w  *H���������'������  QJ  tl.  'P  a f-H  -Cl  u  n  l  o  U..i  SU1M3CUIBK FOR TIIK NEWS  ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.  NOTIOE.  Ridi.-fl on locomotives and mil  way cttvft of tho Union flollioryj  Oonipany by any pornon or \n;v-,  3iin8���������3xw*]������t lain crow���������i..'. Blriotly  livohiV-ilfld. Kji)|.'iloy(joH ere 'sub-  uc io ihtnuhwtl ior allowing fciuii-  My ni'd<>r  W, ],.  COUJ.HON,  (icuoral Manitujcr.  Hii 00 per day ..upwards'.'  n ' ���������*  |2'������^V>,,*������^MiW^'^ *������^^r*^nAC^  O. H TARBELL  MOVING ?:  I'lANOS  AND '  '- FUKXITURK  Kreighf, Wood and Coal Hauled  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ana nil KITCHEN.:IJTENSILS<P  Spprtsmens Goods  ire  mul  PUT OLD NEW.SI'Al'EItB K()lt  S'AUC  AY THIB OFFICE j������$  0)  t*A  t-\  0  5?  j'jujj{������ji^|������j<i-j^nj������ji>j|������|������j������jitjjjfi^[itj'ij^j<*5������|]  NOTICE  To whom it may concern:���������  Thin jh to   uotify Uu.*   public  that all freight charges ou bond-  eil !_uuus flcaii.tl at Uni"ii Hay  i'or the Com nj; Vall-cy muni be  jmid before good.** can he J or ward  cd. l������y order  Q'/UHitVitvi <!nllit������rii"i DniismnirJ  Co.  THNDEUBsvill ho rucoivwl by  tho iiiidei'Higniid up lo Nov UHli,  l.'.l!'2; for tlm purulmmi of Oak-  bunk Ki'j'm, couuwting of 15 aerei-,  williihi.v-rooincd Jiouhu, barn ami  r.table, About one luilf of llm  land iii ehuued, about an nern of  fruit bearing tree** iu tho orch-  ,..,]       MMw> f\\;i}\fiviy I.* !n    ','  *i'r*-ri'  ���������* *��������� ��������� * *- i ' ��������� t ������������������ ��������� ��������� y.     l ���������   1  desirable location, about a mile  mid u hall from tho village of  Courtenny.    Highest or any ten-  dir not   necessarily   accepted.   John Mundkj.i..,  fy'iatf^*****VliiJ^^  iww#.aamtmi**' ���������+***,*+<���������> *i������s_iin-#^-|������w������rt������������*������**������ii'*V*-^*rvi.'*isn** t..a  NOTICH.  NOTlClSi������ Iiereby jjiven Uiat  ehe genet af store lim*iuc.s������ or Dim  cau Droii. has this day been sold  to James H. Parkin. AH recounts due the lule linn must lie  jttid to Lv Duncan, wlrj will settle nil Hnbilitkt*.  Sandwifk, Oft. j,st i.<iia.  RlOHMvUSON^ HAYWOOD  ; " ' PHONK 5 7  Windermere Ave  OK.l-KRS  TAKI'iN   I'OR   NUT   COM J  S'owii'i'l Itixml Uifitrict.  DiHtiii't of Sny ward.  TAKK KU'riCF, tint Olmi'lifl 1 lor.ry  IJrfu**, of Kov.' y'ori'., N. y��������� ��������� (.ceup:il.ioii  .swl'iBiinti, mt nd-J to uptily lor iicriiiisDion  to ]i ruliawi tli,; follywiiift Jifioriliod land's:  CoiiuiiUiicJ j,' nt a ji iU |1iuiIm1 itt the  i.nrlJi cil'Jt oi.irii.ir of Jot fti'S, tlnniue nortli  'JO ��������� Is (litis, I lioiidu w.-Mt 'lif iihiiiim, -tlioii'-'ti  Nont'n -it) (-)iii ih, thiiiiiiu emit UO tli'iiim to  ),oinl, nl (ommiiin'oiiii.i't oiiiili>iiiii>n *10  ,i(*l'L.', iiKii'u ui l(i;iH.  i.HAHWi-l ilKNUY KEiiT  hxhi'i' M. (���������;������:!(inf., An nt.  I)   |..;,IUlH'i:i).jl,���������|l)!U.  .Saywaid Laud   liifctrict  bi.strict ot   Sayward  TAKE KOTH'F, tlmt. William Join  Wli'tiuff ot No* York,' N''. Y... .o������ui.p>itiiiti  liiiclnei r, iiitc'iida to up;ily I'or '>'*imission  to |.-u<nba o tlu I'ollowiu-.-' dcsoribod'l.'indH  ���������Ouinnioi olrg nt i\ i*oil plnnled 90 oliuiui'  Houtli in d 8d clid'H last fro'ii tlioioilh  G.hti coniei* of l.'t i57l) ion uoi,t 5/4) thonco  north 2:) chii.m, tli nuc wc'iat !!0 ihaim*,  tlionuoDonii UO (���������li'i'ii*, tlnTieo oast HO  i.h-viB io point if ci"iiiiiiO! ciJiiient um-  talniug 00 no tn miij'O.or lo^ii.  AYii.i.i.iM Jons "Wiimse,  Fimlior   M, GuHkiii', Agt'lit  D.itul Jiin������ 'illi'il, 11)11',  ttvyward Laud IM-ar-ii.  Dim'- :tit t-f S.r.-nurd.  TAKE NOTlCli that  Cumlm P.imj ������l  V'ni'couver, B.  C.;.'ocoupari.������i coiitrno'o*-,  intends toapi'ly  f:r   p������.*i*m*'!Hion   to   pnr-  ch*ibo ihe folio ���������*��������� in-*-    denjiitjeil   landu:���������  OoiiiiacBciut; at   a   po.st   planted   :it   Uu  South east coruei of lot 57S, ths-ej v-iiflst .  4'l cliaioa, thence south  8t.' ^tmus, tlrci ce  nat -10 cluiius, uki-i-i"! nor li SJ olwwiiia in  ,uui<!   nl etmir.eiiueiiit.iit  enut.iui'X H2i)  ten's more   or le������������.  Cn.Wll.X-S Pl=N5T  Fsher M. Oaifcm.1, Ajesi-.  0.ited Juno 19 h.  IUI'2.  M-ili___s-i- ^...���������-mx*amX**iim-ait ^r/^i������������aw������MiUMun������HM������a������-  fcfjyvyird  Liud District  butru|0(jrSjvi\ard  __;r_AKE-XQTiIU*' that-V^rila-Bonni-tr,-���������  f Viu,(.cuvor, (ui ^.I'iiiiijn   Niwue, iiitciuJn  .o api'ly I'or peril.isiU'u lo  purch ���������>���������?   :lio"  "���������lloui'lif   UI.*icT L'lid    I.T.J   :���������lJii|blH,-UClil)(  ,it a posit (jhiiti'il .it Ilie i.oith eti3t><:uru^r  ii lot Ml, iheime ea-t 40 oiniiiif--, Uwra>e  .litucf uoitli 40 c hi:������������. ilik-.oe weuc  10 cli;iiiis>, tlitn u fwith 40 cUai'is lo  joint Ot    coumiO n'ODlvlit   ������l}iltciuiC!*j[    fCil  icun Jiacrc or io-s-  Mvi.Ti.ri IrOMn-'rn.  fc-niix.*r M. U bkin.i. Agt-iil.  Dated J hho Ifl.'li, i!'i*J.  Siivward   i/iuil  JJisifrict  Din riot, 11 .S vunrd  TAKE NO IK.I*:   Out" Just-ph   Hen*}*-  B.-ior cf New Yorn, onoiip ti >ri S'tUomai,  iutviids io ii'j.ply for pu'iiirt-iou   to   i u**-  li two   llio   loiloiin*,;   ttiK'fih  '   Lnilo:--  .'iiii'inunuiii-'at a |jor.t t'liiuttd fill   nlmnx  ���������A0.il Mid tun chai in .loriii "f the m"sit  *iii������t onrnci' of  1 a.s 4ll, Ilu'in- north  if  .hahns tlience uibL 21* ,;*nu*.i-, tin no _. ut*.  ���������..'() ulii'.idm, thenee w< <t "20lIhi .���������;���������  t,> ]j.)in**  ���������A   C'jimiui'ui.'dUii'ut   o utuiuiii-r  40 uc c."  mine ov lens.  Joseph l,r���������sBY* liAKii.  Fishor M. Qnukii.H, A/j-eie.  Dated J mn* 23th; 1 !))���������.������.  NOTlCli  l-iny wn nl Lfiml Hiitrit-t,  Diiilrli't of Hiiywiinl.  T.'Ki: NO I'U 1:', UlitUt'il'kie Stunku, of,  Mm"  Yuri*, N, y,, tiiaiipiliiiii   eiifjiiiucv,  iiiti ridn lu rpply f< r | oiiniiiti m to -i'ir-  nh'.'Mi   tho  followii'*-   ili'i.oiilntl IiiiiiIh.--  (.'iiMiiiu' ciny ut u pwt p'linliil ',ill c''i dnn  Noi.tli of tho nni'ili-uiiHt oi-ii'iicr cf lot Wl,  i',������ hoo i'-iikI -0 cli dnn, iluuou mu 111  40  iih.'iiim, il>oi,i.*-o   wont  20  chnin*1,   lliiinci*  Hint tli 40  alnnim  In  poin'i of cnn nn'iu'ij-  .       .  ���������        if,. i   *  '������������������������������������'������������������'  ���������   ���������    ���������;,���������   '"     ���������'  ' ���������   -    *      ���������  i t"W r -���������������������������vi V.V,  Vt;.\ifi  .'.I . I s.'.ll'.inil, A|..< III.  1 lato Juno 1 lltli. 101:'..  iSiiyiiurd Land Dielrict.  iJittriot of Snywurd,  TAKK NOTICK   lint   Llmry   Alfred  He H, of Now York, New York, ocoiipatii-  nii olciiiieiiin, ii'ln.K'ri to aj ply for p 'I'iiiiu  Bion'to ptirm;ii ion to jnirclimti Cu; lollo.v-  ii>K dencriliod  luutli.: -CoiinnntKiiiK'  nt  a  po.st pluntod ni fie cotifli omit cut'.ci* if  the north woirt t|iinrlrr of lol  ,rii'.:i,  llienci*  40 cltiiinsoual, thenee  40 chains poi th.  :hone������ 40 chill IH ttt.'nl,   t [*..' iw-. ���������   10   chairm  i;<itlllt top'illt.'f i!i'.lliinoii',''t'iiH'i)t (!'lltl.in-  itiy JOO iii run ii'.oi'i' or 1 i*i  IlivNitv Ad'in; 11 Hi: is  1''h' M, Ooiliiii', Aj-tiiil.  Dstr.l J mi<. y| i,U, I'll'.!,  Saywiij'.i 1,ii d iJiftrint,  DimI* ii'' ot is*.*, wn il,  TAKi; NO'l'l('I.   that   U'illi.ini   .!**|,!,  Hulliv.tii,   New Vu.'l.', Iv'. Y.,   (i(i/it.|.,i;i nn  I'li.l'k, inteiulii to up; ly  for ix.ni.i nioii  \n  piii'uiiiiKii tlio folio' iti|,'   the folloAiii;/ di.il*  crili d  Inlaid:-���������<''���������.I'lrniM*'-.! tf ut    n   poitt  plnntod 10 ehiiiiiH nouth  f'uin  llio "-until-  oast I'oinc.r of lot itiU   (on pyit &" I) tlionco  north UO chiiiim, Uu'iigu i.*uit Hi  oliiili.i*,  tlioiiffi ii iiith NO ohftlj,4, lhi?iii,<! v.t'tl- W) j  cliuii*.-', in iiiint of cij.iinit"iiijeiii'*u'. eon.  tu:l..i'i|- Old ne tn ui T'i cr Im*.  wii.i'.iam jiiiik.^i.liyan  Im.Iiiii' M. lirtiliIim. At*0nt.  Date Juno Ul I, I'.ll'i,  Savwind 1/uid l.>iutrijt ���������  ]) ctriot'of Snvivaid  TAKK NOin'K tlmt Jium-s llHriiard  Dunn uf Now York, N. Y., ocoUpuli'm  LVachir, iiilm,d������ lo apply for ji'-nuhniiou  to purchiiBo tne I'oliiwiiii. <M*8*?ril;>ud Jimd-:  -t'liiiin o.i'.iiitf at a pj������.l, p'aiitoa ������{, tliu'  iiMi'ili eaa' eorner of lot SHo, t-lnjiiet* iiortii  Hi) o'niii s, LI.hu cu wnt hO oliiiiin', theiioi!  rfo.,tli SlKluins, iIioik.0 oun tio nhiiinii to  |j*j]iiti i J (v: nn-iico in i.t, conlalniiif{ 010  o*r". lie.re  or   loi-M.  .Ia.mi'.i Ih-iiN.utn UU'Njt  riidier M, Oii.l.iin, Agenr,  l)(ili"UiinoL������4th,  IHIU  '.'��������� ij li'tird ).u.'i'! Didrlnt.  thidiii!'. of Suywui'il.  H TAKI', KOTU {���������)  ih.t John  Leonard  Ily an of Now Vni'k,  No* Vork,  0(.cuipntl>  on 'ii.-tiki.r, inti'i.i!'. lo ii'ipiy I'or jn.inti-Htoii  tu purii'luai. the pni\'!iJnu t.hfi followii>(_. d'������.  iciihijil   liiinU:--'.'i.iiiii'oi.oinif ut  a poi.(t  pl'i'iieil ul ihe iiortli.f.ii't ciiriier cf th������  noiih ..n/?l ij'nirl'Ji* ��������� f lot 5*'i, llu'nuo o������.st  KOeliiiiH, tln.'i re ijnrlh  10 eluiun, Uio cu  went SO il.niiiM, thencJ noutli 10 ch.Uw to  p'intof ciiiiiDieiiniiiniiil  cJiiluhiiiiK  UtW  It'll 111 IIIOI'C u   lo*H.  JOHN' I.KOVAUDltVAM'  i'mlnir VI. tJinkriu, Ajfont  l).i|ej'ini..*'2<t''., IHIU.  II you funi aayiliinj; . iti   vnlii-es,  nut  .iim* hi tnii.l.-, (.') Tin: Ilie, Stuie- Tliey  have the Ini;i'-i and most M!inpl������,te a*i-  soj'<.-n:t������t, al the iji-v.l ie.*ifiiinih)i* piicc*.  t  Any pci'ioii x>r ptiriion.*", cuttin-:.'  I't'itKivitig oi' tnlciiifj; any blncki*,  tiinlit'i'Mi' \vouil,ol'iiiiy(U*Hci'ij)tiuilp  J<-'lli)"{;������i>[-51������ tlm "W'-llingtiui Cnl-  tiio'y Od'y,, or Ironi or off tin* land  of lhe Hi'.iil (Vniii'iiiy. or nnvono  tipping ������'iil)l)i)>li of any ilcsLTiptinii  Uliywbci'C ������p');i UlC n.i'-pyii;,1.  Iiiiui will In* pi'i).-i'i.*titi.'i| tu tin* I'ii!;  cxtontof ita liiv,'.  j w. ],. con.������n:<.  f.V.uv..!  M:.'.;.^'..  IVi.'lliliL'li'lJ (?ol)ii'iT Co.V   i)),"tf.fti;ie l*'.'i.  I  Hnyv.-ai'il I.aixl JJivliii t.  I'intiUt. of ti.ywii'il.  . .. >.   .lit , .V If  f,.���������l    ",1 i, I,.I iii  DiHtriut of Siywitid.  'J.'AKKMirit K ihil lii'oi'Kii Clnrle.i  Uono, of Js'i-v I'oil , I.'. Y,, ocinptimi  ;lcrll. Initi'd" to npply fiir I uriuii.ii o i t>  nirohiiKC the fol o.vii tf .'U'Moilu'd linnl,'; ���������  'lai.iii.'i'tii ���������,' ".I a ',< -f. ,!..''. >'.   I'.) i!i  S'livwui'd Laud IJi.sln'ct  ni.-trii.'! of f-Niyivui'd  TAKI', ind ii'io iiml Jul ni  Cm.  UMv.     of     Vow    Vi.ik,    N   V.,  ���������jijix'ii pillion J'!ia'inaii, intcndii  jtoupp'V H-i' pi iinistiiuii to [inr*  joliaM'   t'lio    IVillowin-r   tU-i-ei'lbotJ  ���������'"���������. i;in������i-:���������\ unniiriii'iiig    at   u   po������l  ItUdnill, -.Jt   Nrw York,  N. Y , been,a->   ,     ,   , ,>,.    .    .   ,     ' ,������ ���������    rt'i  ,.     .  .   i ...  4       ip .       hilnnlv'il ..'(��������� cliaint stn.tli   und   nt)  tion i Ii*r������, inU-n Ih tn ujiply for ptnnin'ion | '  to piirt'liaHC tho fi'llowlin; ii. .i'n',.*d '''liiiii''. ''in I id" ilio HOI'lb Corner of'  liuul;���������t.'on moiii'liitf nl it (ni'it plnijtfd ; Jul 551, 1 lu nco wi-.-t u0 dlliill������ to  ',10 uhaiiiH o nl and .JO t-lmii :* noith nf Hn*'  1','isl lio'i'iflry of   l<d   A5I.   tbi'ticw  ���������vf-iit md V!U tiliiiiiiii in.nh <l .In'ii.^H ca.l i 5.1 oliaiiii niOinor loi:.,   Pi !< I :.,*������l, ������Iki r������  *"**iu!i ���������'" ''liaillH.   lllC'llt'C   i'l\*-f   li<)  iii.,i.i ui i  .1.. i,  j 'ornci ni (nl ii.-A   tin i'i*"  liilli*  ���������In rli'iiim nj'itn   a'o-ijr   tji-1 i iomi'iny  ���������\  j Hi'iic ci  ; rliiiKH, ���������  |,-���������.....,*..  . or lo-'i.  h   '.!0 thtitii-   ill-nit!  vti'4 -JO) lot Mt, lliciicp  non VO <���������'  i.o'i'i  i  *," j i* in ('���������  -.������a, ..���������, i ii I'  f.):ul.(,i,rii.M;l,K*: f.\  liJ.-'r M. (1 j'.h.:!, .*..;  !t)?;j;  ���������i.t  Hunt ���������*!   ,- inr-   '���������  fl ICit llii'li' ���������  ,'   ll':"  i        vij.i.n. m  ���������l   |V|   ,���������'  ,!l"l   1(1.'P'   "1   1    ir'  .:   I   ,'.-.    i'i   fl,: ,:...    I"  "I-. " -.'-.   -,*o! t ���������!   f.;;:   "'.'O  DA". Jul"  M.  ��������� r i;!*-' IM"1-  T.\,f, .'.,.,.I.  . 'llU':*-,  ill' ������>'*>��������� ii' tt||    iJO l iluillH t(|  p'*iwt ci' roniiiiti'iTin-'iit  eotitnlu  iuu !.���������'.) !i''i''s nv'-w or U**4**.  ..loiu* C?ASMii������r.  I'i'.difr   M. (/M-lint*, A|{piit,  ' Vul"l J "'si-v Will, WVl. m^ia^mh^fm^^m^mi  *").-*)iS*M?-',''.*.^  THE *JEWS.;- CTBrBTEKtiAND. B. a  , ���������n-:  Multitudes of People  take SCOTT'S EMULSION regu-  laily to repair wasted vitality and  enrich the blood to withstand  v.'inter.Cv'lds and exposure.  It contains the highest grade of  cod liver oil, medically perfected;  it is a cream-lilcc food-medicine,  scrupulously pure and healthful  without drug or stimulant.. Endorsed and advocated by medical  authorities everywhere.  SCOTT'S EMULSION'drives out  colds���������nourishes the membranes  of the'throat and lungs and keeps  them healthy.  Nothing equal* SCOTT'S  EMULSION for lung and bronchial  tveaknets���������sore, tight chest* and  all pulmonary trouble*.  Equally good for infants,  children or adults, but you must  have SOOTPSm  , Scotl&llowne, Toronto, Ontario       12-5S  The Height of" Meanness.  The record for meanness is hold by  a certain church-warden in-tlie South  of England. Ho owns several cottages, which ho lots'at 2s. Cd. per  week, and ho has often threatened to  ���������turn'the. occupants out it they "owe a  week's rent. One old man. who had  ��������� been- his tenant for many years, was  ' un fortunately taken ill, and was unable to work for some long time.  Eveiiliis Iy he golytwo weeks .in arrears of rent, and, when tlio landlord  called as usual, told,him that.ho could  not pay anything that morning.'  The churchwarden said he was sorry for him. He would go to the  vicar nntl sec if he could get a donation -from the poor-box, to which the  old man replied: Thank you, sir; it  is very kind of you.  Well, I have managed, to get you  6s. from the poor-box, lie said,"oii calling the next day./ '���������'���������'-,  Thank you sir, was tlie grateful response.       ,.,.,." .,".,   '.-'!... .;.';...:���������-.-   ''.:.. ������������������'...:;���������.  "... WhereX your rent book?, continued  the churchwarden,'' and on its produc-  Hon, he wrote, the two weirs' arrears  of ,rent as paid; put the 5s. he had  shown ;tlie tenant into his own: p_ocketJ.  Ths Educated Woman  She is versed In Greek and Latin, she  -��������� caiyquote from sages wise,  She has studied all :the poets, and ln  -college won a prize   - :  For her scientfio-knowledge; she has  taken four degrees,  And, no matter what the, subject, she  discusses it with ease.  She Is fond of famous paintings, and  s3ie likes a thoughtful book; ���������  But  with her fund of culture she's  also a splendid cook.  She has travelled over Europe, she  has "���������scaled the Alpine heights,   -,  She knows, the planets and the stars  and studies them o' nights;  She can wrlto intelligently   on    the  questions of the day,  Political economy she knows from Z  to A.  It really ls remarkable ln spite o! all  sho knows, '.,    ,  Sho a ways seems to find the time to  darn her husband's hose.  On higher criticism she can talk with  logic true,  But she's not above tho humble tasks  ., her hands may find to do. '  She- has all the Eastern culture, all  the learning of tho West,  And yet siie's never freakish; she Is  always neatly dressed.  In spite of all the books sho reads  and keeps upor. the shelf,  Tho dt esses that her babies wear she  always makes herself.  Her children0know, anmother's care, a  gentle mother's ways,  No nurse is hired to care for them  while she attends the plays,  Despite what men may .say or write,  this woman, so refined,  With such a'fun1. of khowl.edge, and  with such a cultured mind,  Is not above her household cares, she  finds no task a bore,  And when all's said and done, that's  ���������just what education's for.  These Pills   Cure    Rheumatism.���������  To the many who suffer from rheumatism, a trial of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills is recommended. They have pronounced action upon.the liver and kidneys and by regulating the action of  these organs act as an - alternative  in preventing the admixture, of uric  acid and blood that causes this painful disorder. They must be taken  according to directions and used steadily and they will speedily give ou-  dence of their beneficial effect.  * New Trans-Paclflo Steamships  All Trans-Pacific records are exported to be broken when the Canadian  Paciflq Railway puts Into 6ervlce Ita  two new steamships, tha Empress of  Russia and the Empress ol Asia. The  Empress ot Russia was launched a  couple of weeks ago at the'yards-of  the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engla-  eerlng Company at Cjasgow, Scotland,  and as a result, will bo tio first of tiie  two new vessels to feel the swells of  the Pacific. In the meantime-, while  the vessel Is being completed, much  discussion ls heard among trafflo men  as to just what effect the new boats  will have on Trans-Paclflo shipping.  Canadian Paciflo ofilclaa themselves  believe.that tlie introduction of tlie  new boats into the service between  Canada and the Orient will mark a  new epoch In traffic on the Pacific.  Certain it is, however, that whatever  other results are felt, all present r^  cords for fast voyages between Canada and Japan and China will he considerably lowered. The Empress of  Japan at present holds the record for  the fastest voyage the Pacific, having  made the distance between Vancouver  and Yokolioma in 10 days,. 10 hours,  and 4 minutes, and between Vancouver and Hong Kong in 17 days, 10  houts and 16 minutes, ind'uslve of  stops. The' Japan however, has only  a contracted speed of 18 knots, on the  measured mile and 16 knots on a sea  trip, while the new Empress steamers  aro designed for a speed of 20 knots  per hour. This great 'advantage In  speed will undoubtedly mean a big reduction in the duration of a Trans-Pacific voyage, and in fact, some shipping  meai are of the opinion that the Empress of Russia will cut almost 24  hours off tho Empress of Japan, Van-  cbuver-Yokohbma. .'���������-<���������.'���������'"'  and.- advising, him not to; get into arrears again, wishedN hlui good-morning.  teacher en-  saw leaving  and her still  As the Bunday school  tared her Classroom sho  In great, baste a little girl  tmalloj' brother.  Why, Mary, you aren't going  ���������way? she oxcaimeil in surprise.  PleaUie, Mlth Anne, we've got to go,  was the distressed reply. Jimmy'th  thallowed hlth collection.  So you're broken off your engagement with Mis** Sinnrtc? asked the inquisitive friend.  HI-h victim shook his head.  No, hii replied, I didn't break it off.  Oh, llioii she broke it off?  No, misv'OTPrt- tho young man enjoy-  in,,' hln friend'!- growing wonder.  But il. is broken off,'Isn't it? persisted the curious one.  Oli.'yc--, explained the young mini  gently. - Sho told mo what herd reus-  maker''.: yearly hill was, und I told her  what, my . Income was.- Then our  ongagemonl. jusl nagged in lhe nilildlo  nud genii'' "dissolved,  Inl VON MEN  I, KY.  . Unintentionally Crushed  On one occasion, when a public reception was given to Mr, Gladstone,  a particularly obsequious old gentleman was introduced-to htm, and forthwith commenced flattering him to such  an extent that the late Premier grew  weary of him so, bidding the man  good day, he ���������settled down heavily into  'the*"nreaTestrchairr'"~ The bore,"instead  of passing on, lingered near, and seemed to have something still in his mind,  though ho looked very blissful. Mr.  Gladstone observed this, and said, not  very sweetly: May. I ask you, -sir, if  you want anything more of mo?  Oh���������oh,'no, said the man,'smirking;  only perhaps I may bo permitted to  remark that I am proud to say tliat  my hat is having the inestimable  honor to occupy tho same chair with  W. 13. Gladstone.  Mr. Gladstone had, as a matter of  fact, sat down on'the old gentleman's  tall hat and crushed it ou't of all  shape. " ,    '  ttanrfpaSu^  "GOOD" is right. Pure chocolate, pure milk  ������nd pur������ sugar���������that's what Maple Buds are. They're  not only good to the taste ��������� they're nourishing and  wholesome. The children may eat all they want.  Maple Buds satisfy their craving for sweets and at  the same time build up their little bodies.  Buy Maple Buds at your grocery. Teach the children  to spend0their pennies for these wholesome sweets.  COWAN  MnPUL  Name and desijfrt registered..  Look for tha Nam*.  They're not Maple Buds  unless they're Cowan's  '���������'.���������-' 203  THE COWAN CO.  Limited  Toronto, Oat.  Recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  for Backache, Nervousness, Headaches.  Lyndon, Ky. "1 have been tuliitiff  LydiaKI'li'iUimiii'HVejs;etitlihiConii)oumi  forhi*n(luclif.'i*,nrtJnil|.lapninB,baL,knche,  ncrvouKrioDH nud n umiernl nm down condition of tlio system, nml mn entirely relieved of llie-'t' ti'oublcH, 1 I'tH'omriit'iul  your wwdiou to my frieiuln mul giv**  you rim'fitlHsion Ui )iiil������liHh what. I write.".  -Mm. II, Von Hodkn, Lyndon, Ky.  When li woman liko Mi'H. Von Hodeii  Is --oricrotiH ciiijii|(Ii to write mieh a let-  tin' im llm iihovn fnr publication, uim  ulioukl nt IcitKt bo Kiwi credit for a sin-  rerodMlrc to helpotherBUirorlnB womnn,  for we iifhiii'i." y-iu lln-ri* ii no otli*-r n>n-  swi why she should wurt micli publicity.  t-iuiiullim Wonnm's I,x|H'i*i<-in'HS  V/inilnor, Ont. - "Thoblrlliof my HiHt  chiltl Iflftme a wreck with terrible weak  Mfrfmnm-m--*.-'m.i*r������***nfl*\fo.bnt I KW1  t'lH'l  to������������ff/^to tell you tliat I do  hl'ilild1l&im^Ja\li/IL4 "IJt' huve. Uiuso Wi-hU  i^jmwtmm!mmUHml {{rt!{ -ikt  n new womtn nine*  t nic in i*   Lydia K.  I PinUhnm'fl Vegfita*-  i i   . . . ���������>   i    ,  , list; Vvti.ii'jxirtt.    *������*���������*>������  I now woll nnd strong  nnd can do my own  hou ho work. I do  not take medicino of  My hind.* It was  Lydia E. Pinkham's VeRf-taWo Com-  Bund lliat restored in* lo l)������'aSl.h," ���������  ri, ItoiiKRT Paihbaiwv,  72 Partint  Aveaup, Windsor, Ontario.  Tf you want special advka write ta  I y.llii:. rinlshira Mrdlrinc Co. (conl.**  Uatlil) Lynn, If ais Your litter will  t������ optnif ��������� it ad a id auircred by t  fOtnaa and held ia strict miifldeuce,  Badly Caught  The cheerful id-lot was staying down  in thn country���������Vefjctntin' bal .Tove!  ho called it���������and wins tho natural butt  tor the wit oC tlio local woa'thies.  Uo waii.on hia wny homo from am  expedition to tlio nearest town ono  evening, when tho landlord of the Red  Lion enpiod his slirliiUtiis' form,' and'  HilllK out:  Nlco eraviiiK, fljr!  QtiRp,' roHponded iho- cheerful ono,  Btonpliiff. Hut you don't moan to toll  mo' you've had no fo-r down hero?  Not a ibinuilclo'ii, ole, replied nihio  liosl:, aslonh'hod.  Why, went, ou the towns man, I was  on Uio front of an omnibus (hln morn-  ln;r, and 1 couldn't boo tho homes'  headH.  Well, well! 1 nicver! cried the  hiiidlovd, opcn-moiil'lifd, Tluiit'fl funny, Kir, ain't, It? Hut I expo-*,!, if* he-  causo the wind, hiippcnud to bo In the  nor'-cu-Bt.  That mny be, aiiHwered the Imniacii-  Int.) one. Mul, the fact thnt It wuh a  niolor-oniiilbiiK niiK'lit havo BMiiothlng  to do wllh 1*1, dwi'L you LhiiiliV  And tlio landlord collapsed.  ONLY ONE WAY TO  CURE MEUMATISM  It Must Be Treated Through the  Blood and the Poisonous Acid  Driven, Out  The twinges and tortures; of.rheumatism are not due '.to. cold, damp  weather as so many persons suppose.  ���������Rheumatism conies from poisonous  acid in the blood. This is a medical  truth which every sufferer should realize. There is onlj\one way to cure  rheumatism���������it must bo treated  through the blood. All thejinhnents  ani rubbing and so-called electric  treatment in the world will not- cure  rheumatism, and the sufferer who  tries them is not only wasting money,  but is allowing the trouble to become  moro deep-rooted in the system and  harder _to_ cure _whcn_the__ pr_oper_rc_  medy is tried. Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills make the new, rich blood of  health, and in this way drlvo out tlie  poisonous acid which causes rheumatism. Thousands of instances of  cures might bo given, among which is  the following one. Mrs. G. It. Dul-  mage, Cherry, Valley, Ont., says: "I  was attacked with rheumatism ��������� which  gradually grew worse, until I was con-  lined to my bed. For about two  weeks I had to be- shifted and turned  in bed as I was utterly unable to help  mys'elf. I was under tho doctor's  oa.ro and so far recovered that I was  able to get up and movo about, but  tho trouble still remained In my system.' If I put my hands in cold water, or if I went, out in tho evoning or  In, dump .weather tho trouble would  return; and for four years I thus fitif-  forod from rheumatism, until I began  to think it could not bo driven from  my system, Finally I. gavo tij) all  other medicino and began to iisdiDr;  Williams' Pink pills, and aftor usiavg  .tliom f���������or,.a couplo ,of months'.' T.;'was;  completely nil red aiid 'havo' not had  ���������a twinge of rheumatism since. I  can recommend tho Pills to anyone  suffering from this trouble."  Thoso Pills aro sold by nil medicine  dealers or by mnll at fit) cents a,box  or six boxes for $2.i"0 from Tho Dr.  Williams' Medicino Co., Brockville,  Out.  "Willjypxi Idg one;.of ike 108  farmers\ who'will receive  our Prize Gonfesf checks?  i  COUPON  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY  LIMITED '  Hoi-ald Building:, Montreal  Please send me, full particulars of  the 1912 Farmers' Prine Contest, and  a free copy of your, book "What tlie  Farmer Can Do WiUi Concrete."  Namt ���������,.._.���������,.-.....   Adilrcsi.  INHERE will be twelve cash prizes in  each of the nine provinces (108 in all)  in the 1912 Prize Contest for Canadian  Farmers. The 1911 Contest was so successful in awakening interest in the use of Concrete on the farm, that a  second contest, in which three times as many prizes-are  offered, was decided uponiforthis-year.  The Contest this year is divided into three classes, "A,"  "B" and "C," and there will be four prires'in each class, (irirst  -���������** - $50; Second prize, $25;Third 'prize, $15; Fourth prize, $10i) '  'hus there are three $50 Prizes, three $25 Prizes, three $15 .'  and three $10'.Prizes, 'for each'province. ������������������.'���������*'���������',..-''  DESCRIPTION OF CLASSES  Class there will be First, Second, Third and Fourth Prizes  ($50r.*25,-$15,-and-$10)-ifor-Eacli-Provincer  CLASS _ A"���������Prizes to be swsrdoi to tlie fuur firnters In cici pr������rince wh������ use most  Cinaili" Cement on their fsrois in the ycu 1912.  CLASS "B"���������Prizes to be awarded to the four formers'In each ���������srovlnre wbo send photo-;  rrsjbs ol the test concrete ndrA done with "Csrudi" Cescent on thtir  forms in 1912. ���������' "*"  CLASS "C"���������frizes to be swsrdeil to the lour formers In each ororlnce i������ho,send l:i  the lirst dise'iiflioniltlllni how any piece ol concrete v?ork was done with  "Canada" Cement. --''(Entries for this prize must be ac  rraphs ol the work.) ".  accompanied ...by ohoiu.  tt.M..W������W������...WM...t.M.....*MM.MM...h....MM������a  Don't think that you imist use a large quantity of cement in order ������o  >Ym a prize. The quantity of cement used does not count in Clasies "B"  and "C.''   Many of last year's prize winners used very little cement.  ���������When you enter the Contest, you have a chance to win a cash  prize of J50 as well as the certainty that you will add a ptrmantnt  improvement to your farm. If you.haven't a copy, be sure and ask for  our book, "What the Farmer Can 'Do With Concrete." " It will not  only surest many improvements that you can use in entering' the Contest,  but will tell you all about the use of concrete on the farm;  Just write your, nsrae and address on tha attached coupon, or uio a  postal card, aud we will semi lull .srUciilurs of the Prize Contest  and a copy ol "Whst the Fsriner Can Do With Cmicicio" to yo������  absolutely tree.  Address Publicity Manager  Canada Cement Company  mm.' ��������� '   '       Limited,  50!  Herald Bid*.    -    -  1  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  i  In I'hisland  rnotod ut I..i  Iho flrnt dock wns  rorpool In 'J708.  con-  Each In Mis Little Cot.  Tho HCnivo wan   ii,   (;1ii1h'<jom,   tho  liour   (idviiiincd.       Soi'Ioiih,   Rloriiny,  (ihccrful, cliitcd Wf-nx thn I'linifHt, i'ikk;;-: '  of iho tnllu'r-i hy liirn, iw thn ������i*rii-  nionlH for mul iiRiiliiHt eui'in thick nnd  1'll.H-t.  And Hid Hiihjncit. iiikU'I" dclmlo-Do  Klidi Slocir: 'J'hiit wiih -ill; hut It.  wiiit 'tiilllolenl 'lo \w<<\) Ihcni lit it tilt  u Into hour ol tlio nlRht, whilo imtlnnt-  ly  wii.lt.cd  thi'lr rc?|ii'i.*llvc wlvw  ui  IlOlllC.  Ho flordcly wiiRdl tlio rniifi'ovcrny  that It burnt ltBidf nwny. 'I'luuvi ciiiiki  n lull; nioHl of tin* (lchnlfi'H wi'iv* jiluy*.  Oil  I'lRllt, out,  If. wan thriii Hint Iho chpr-rful idiot  who ' Iiml pltiyrd Uio llHtciicr'n role,  Hil|i)>(.'d In. IIIhIii).' from hln rooiny  iii'inoliair, wheiv ho hud hiin ittioh*  Hcrvcil. hi* H'trclohcil, ynwiiri!. Hicii  Hfiuho:  I,i. t.it.iiu. ii,   .ic-   .iiini    *,-   .....  .    i,   t,l,  one, iiiiiKt hir nic lo iny cot. Do JIhIi  Hlrw-fiV 1 do not know, Hut If thoy  (lon'i, why river IioiIh?  When poln-j; nwny from homo, or at,  any (diaiiKO of huhltat, ho la a wIko  man who uunihcrfl aiiioiiB I1I3 hcJoiiR-  In-fit a hot-llo of Dr. .T, D. KclloRg'a  1 )yKonlory Cordial. C!ian-.o of food  and wnlor lu eomo KtraiiR'o placo  whoro thoro aro no doctoi'B iiiny hring  011 an attack of dyHontcry, Ho Minn  I1114 n ntii.iidn.nl rninody al hand with  which Lo copo wllh tho dlHordcr, and  foi'oai'iiicd ho can HiicocH'i-'fiilly fight  iho ailment and miliiliu* It,  China hna   Plxl.y*fniif   (rcnly  other porlH open to foreign trade  nnd  W, N. U. 921  A f'.'"'>il ������'lory I*-; lohl nbout, n cerlidn  iioloi'iiiun niai'i.'iiii'.inr, wineu iri t.i.icie  luted to iiiiiko ncwHpapcr leporleij  iiiic.ei'liiln and inicMiy na to titer uU!*  iiiatti fate.  Tlio criminal had been ������oii!onfird to  deal li, and llio lut-t pcnnlly ot tlio hiw  was nbout to bo enfurc'*!!. An 1; 1  .���������('i.i.i on lh" '-("ifl'iild v!i!' ' V.:>. ii":,\  iirr.iiiueuienlH win*..* coinplctcd, he  tduiok biunl-' with Hn* governor of Hi"  pao , tbe rh'ipialn, nv.d <".'i n the har.-r-  liitiii; but, to lhe 111 wnpape;* mnn who  w.'i.t piT'p.'itt lu* i IhT'fy v.i.i]i\i.i\, ir.ai*  ehal:intly. i:.'i; In":  Tit-l:-, old 'ii.'ui.     i-'iif voii \:T,( 1' an,  I)! Ilin evp if t'i of .T.im.i!'"*, til prr  cent. ?-o to th' Cidtnl Ft.s'e." of Arncr-  l-n.  Mlnnrd'G Liniment for inle everywlier*  l''iu* tho tliiitiid Klngdoin tho \ivor**  ii'i'ii ������U*f'iiKl,li of llio HcKiihii' Army U  'JUi'lfiW, IncIuilliiK ollleeiM find 111 on.  \Jery Mortnrfylno  A, docU'i' an.l hiu I'rloiul worn out  witlklni; t"Ketli?i' ono duy, und Ihey  niwuoil by wnii" I'.oiikoii wlihih tho  doctor had lniHl and owned, and  whleli hn could w-lilom M-. The  doctor reniiii'kod to hhi friend:  1 lost money whc-it   I   built   these  hollHC-B.  Ve.-i, iiiiui Iim uieiiil. what ynu riiIii-  1    *        ir,,   ,    ���������,...!<       1 ( , .   1^, -l   I       I'.j     1, u i-.  111'.  WHAT'SAT THE BOTTOM  OF KIDNEY TROUBLE  Thoro nre ninny, cuuhoh nt tho boltmn  of nn (ittnolc of kidney tronljlo,���������nvoi'-t.'iit-  Iiir, ovor-tlrlnltliiK, lienvy coIi'Ih,���������these  11111I oflioi* ciiiinosi often enviflo IIIiiohhch  Biie.lr iih hldiiey trouble, Kiill-HtoneM, klil-  noy-MtonoH, Ki'iivel, luiiibnno. Hut no  iii'itliM* what Ih at the but torn ef tlio iIIh-  eiiHn, Iht'ni Ih now a miro mill wnfo cure,  ono (but notM nulfiltly nml without full,  Tlmt rmueily Ih HiiiuiI, which Ih lilreiuly  woll-lciiown lo tlio iiu.'dleiil profi.'f'Hloii nr  ��������� ,'aiiadu 101 well iih to DioiiHiiniln ef mif-  forei's from the cIIsoiiho diiiihhI ubove,  (..tuo \Viiini|)('K lndy wbe Ih well und widely known, wuh cured of fliilUuloneri by  HAN'-il. nl'l'-r nifffrliiK for V.! ynui'H. 80  fil'lltfl'lll WllN Bhe,  tllllt HllO llltH Hl.'llt. to UH  fi hii'un number of people lo be relieved  nf Hlinlifu* ('omi'lulnln. Wn du nut euro  wli-iru tbo reuiler of Ibis piinini'iipli ro-  hIiIch, wo enn iilvo lilm or her niiiiien und  iiihlroHHi'M ef people In IiIh own lowu nml  loealllv who lmve been tuired by HANOI,,  \S'e will als-.o rilvu the nimie mul mlilrouM  ut (bo Inilv referred to, wbnmi eiunpbilnt  bnd li'ouliled lii'V for mudi n Iniut jiorlod,  nnd wim In now complelely ciirtid.  HANOTi Ih niiiiiiifiu'liiiiil only by (lie  HANill. MAN'l.'l-'ACTI'UINCI CO'Mf'ANV  (IK OAN'AHA, fill'., 1177 Idlilll Hlreet,  WIlllilpi'K. J*'i'l' Hide by nil (li'iipf-jlntM oi*  direct-from tbe miiiiiifnetiircrii ut Jl.fiO  pel' bottle.  SANOL IS SAFE, AND SURE 1  Defined  Horo, Wifillc, cried the boy'H futhor,  everybody will ho culllnj.*; you a littlo  Khitton. Do you kuow whut tliat  Is?  I Hiippo'se, nald Willie, It'u a hlir  -.iiittoii a '.aii.io uoy,  H*-o1ii!'Ivp of India, the DrlUr.h Army  hai iflfflity-'throo trooim, conipatilca  and other I'ormaiionti of llojul KjikIii-  eoru.  Decelvina Poor Polly  The Goodloys havo a sailor non,  who cm ouo'occasion "brought home  a parrot for tho amusement and on-  llghtmont of tho family. Thoy kept  It for tho iiako of tho donor���������on no  other account would It"' havo boon  givon houso room. Of course, It was  a perfectly respectable bird���������occasionally; hut en 'Sunday uvonliigH, when  young All*. 8ainr.iy paid him ickuiiu*  visit, It wiih deemed mlvlHiihlo to cover  Polly with n cloth.  Recently, howovcr, Mr. S, look nd-  vantiiRu of tho half holiday aceriiliif.*-  to hlui through tlio Hhopii Act, and  mado an extra call on tho WodncH-  dny. As ho was iiHliercd iu MIhh  Mury (loodlov dnxteroiiHly throw the  cloth over JV-lly'H en go. (Ircetliif,'-!  over, there ensued tho UHiial awkward  piuiHo, whicli waH broken by a Hqiiuwli  from Iho coverod curo.  Woll, I'll bo overliislliigly hlosBod,  fiuld Polly. This hail boon a Hunt-  dorliiR short week I  Uncle's Undoing  Tiiiole, fiuld Iltllo Johnny, tell mo  liow you ehar**ed Willi your wiir-hon*o  up Iho Pote-mallKi'ller'H Drift ut tho  hood of your troops.  Woll, wild tho hiiltle-PCJirred votor-  an, I mounted tho fiery animal, drew  my juvord from Its ���������u*itbbiif.-d,  rose In my 8tlrrupn, crlod 'I'orwai'dl"  and sank tlio spurs deep In the ijulv-  ovliift flanks of my -.alhuit Ktced.  Ych, nald 1lio boy bi'outhleHs'y, ro  In, lutein, toll 1110 tho rent of If!  Thero Isn't any rent Johnny, snld  1 111 I     1, M'l. .  i'liei-ed.  CLEAN   HANDS  When Baking  nre you ns careful nbout lite salt you m*, nt  yon nre nlimit tin* flour or bnlclntf. pnwiur?  Foor nil will ruin n lml;ln|(, ju������t iih mnty  on liour llfjiir.  lu tlm tllclii'ii and un tun  liable, ua* lite liiti-*, jiiite b������  8HAW8 8CHOOL3  Tho On I nil lliiHlnesH Collnjro, Toronto, with Four Oity Hratielt Bcliools.  ��������� -Tlio fieulr.il Tck'nrriiph and Railroad  Bohool and Tho Hlmw Corrcspondonco  School, nn* row commonly known na  "Hhuw'fl Hch.wls." In thuso sohools  a Krcat work ik hclnp; done. In tralulm.  yomiK people for hiiHtiuiiia puraultn  and for carnlni,' -,'ood pulurlon. Tho  aiiiuial currli'iiliiiii hi Iiitcrottlliii. and  In mailed free on fiendln**; request to  W. H. Hliaw, Pi'csldeiii, Toroiiito,  fin* :>  "Sample free If you wrlle Natlon.1!  Drofl and Chemlc.il Co,, of Canada,  Limited, Toronto.  J'jhpriaiiiu 'mis wore liiiin a  nuiKiizliie'i and jouiiifiJii of  which circulate!-   In* every  country.  iiillilireo  ItH own,  clrlllncil  The American���������Why did you leavo  your Iialhn hlll������?  Tho. K-; llriK-U*'! Ton (,inv*. Wliy  1 only killed two people a month there  be! Hlnee I beeiiiiin n fbaiiffeiir Ii'h ,*i  poor month when I ran"! land l .vinty  In the hmpl'itl.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  P,sh.i5.,"i   <.f   preT* M-.e>n.'il   IlVmIi-i'  pl.-iver; In Ho-* I'nlii'd Hf/iliM nf Ahif  lea rruiRo from $5,000 in $10,000 fur  nenson of six month*,  HOWTHil  ISo a Tin,  ���������������������'ll4t������l.������tif"il-'nn������liliarl.ssplu!t������ll..4  tsl-Vs* Ui^OfclutiULml itlWl JlilU*  UI.EiNSH. Wilt Hat*** inks tal sUIss*  aitilmlali.  Love and the Liner  A ���������smtlmor.tnl youn-.*; hdy from town  wit'i < n (he ������������������U.'-snirdilp quay, where sho  taw a yoiinu i*,lrl rdilln-.; on a truiilc  I.,     ,1a, I,.  Poor tiling, thoiiKhl lhe romantlo  youna lady, i lie Is probably alone and  a (stranger! Ur-r p;tlo cheeks nnd  pront, sad oyer* lei' of a broken heart  and a yearnln-; for nyinpatliy.  Bho went ov<r to the Iraveller to  *.vln her confidence.  Crossed in love? the naked ayinpnih-  ellcally.  No. riplifil ihe j'.irt wiih* a Htuh,  crossol in the Ki*ollc, and nn awfully  rough pr.i-:i^e, 1<>.'������!  f'nu tha prima donna i-ench n hls^  r.rde?  A lilftb tio("! **\HnJmefl Hie fr-lfna*  lasllf tiiaii.ijier, I i:hmi!d .'.ay r.o. A  htindnd j������ ������ihuI nolo every poii-r. ssm  If  0mS  THE NEWS. CUJTBERLAXD. U. a  Buffalo Skylmk Ames  Holstein Bull  XVII.���������Cow Diseases.  First Article.  By LAURA ROSE.  Demonstrator and Lecturer In Dairying  at the Ontario Agricultural Col*   .  lege, Guelph, Canada.  iCopyrlght, 1911,,by A. C. McCIurs & Co.j  FLIES are a terrible torment at  times and have much to do  with the lessening of tliQ milk j  .- flow. The cows aro so worried  ������nd kept so busy lighting the flies  that they loso much of tbe tlmo they  Should be feediii*?, arid.lt' Is their semi-  starved condition that largely causes  the shrinkage lnfle.sk and milk. ":  Something should be done to rid the  cows of this-fly pest.  The following mixture has been  found as efioctivo and less expensive  than many of the fly remedies oii the.  market:       ,  One gallon of fish or seal oil or old  greas-* of any kind, one plut of coal oil  '(kerosene)'iind two ounces (four tablespoonfuls) of crude carbolic acid.,  Mix well together and apply with a  cloth or spray tb all parts except the  ��������� udder. Always put it on after milking  to avoid the strong odor getting Into  tbe milk. In' dry weather one application a week Is usually siiilli'leut If  the cows are out In a heavy ralu it will  be necessary to go over them again.  Anothor Ily remedy Is .ten parts of  lard or other grease to one part of pine  tar., Mix,.well and apply with a brush  cr cloth once or .twice a week to the  parts most- attacked. This is splendid  as a relief from the horn fly.  If the "files make the cows restless  dtiriug milking so that they.'���������will not  stand. *a. cotton  blanket thrown over  ��������� them at that time Is a great help.  ' Keep the Stable Dark.  It Is ,vgoml plan to darken the sta-  ~fcle~du ri ng-tbe-day-aud~to-ha ve-thQ  tvltidows screened.  To prevent the (lies thnt are on the  cows from going Into the stable with  them arrange some evergreen- bows,  brush, brooms or'sacking at the entrance^"!. As the cows pass through this  many flies aro brushed off and remain  outside.  ��������� The housefly has nlwnys been a trou-  blesome nuisance, but uow it is looked  ���������upon lis a very potent agent In spreading such dangerous diseases as typhoid  fever, cholera Infantum, summer com-  ���������plaint, etc. . >.  If a cow shows symptoms of belnff  111 do not delay doing something for  her Begin at once to' check the trouble/  Evory dairy stable should hnvo In It  u medicine chest or shelf provided with  such drugs as are commonly used Iu  cases of sickness nmong the nnlninlH.  A short Hut: 1a given below. Hindi hot-  tie or pneknge should be distinctly In-  leled nnd the supply ronow.ed ns spoil  as exhausted: Spirits of mrpi'iillnc.  riiw linseed oil, sulphur, saltpeter, carbolic itcld, iiuk vomica, epsnm salts,  ground ginger, vnsellno, camphorated  oil, laudanum, boraclc acid,  There Hhould bo on hand a common  bicycle pump, a few feet of rubber  hose and a milk siphon or lube to Insert In Ilie (ent. Immerse the mho lu  boiling wntor to disinfect It nnd ol) beforo gently InssrtluK It Into tho tent  opening.  How to Examine a 8Ick Cow.  First, take the tonipornlure of tlio  animal by placing a self reglKterlng  tt'lorbiury fever thermometer in Hie  rociuiii, allowing It to remain thero  from three to live minutes The normal lemperiituro of n cow Is from OS  to Kill degreed F.. it In wmio cows  mny be blglior, It is usually ho In  young nnlnuils.  Kccoud. tnko llio pnlne, which can lie  found nt tbo unfile of tho lower Jnw  banc Tlio normal bent of n cow's  ���������piibu- In from llfty to ilxiy per nilnuta  Third, count the recpli'iiiloim of tlio  animal or number of tliiii*n U lirenlhos  bj watching I lie Kldcs of Hie flank* or  by prosslniryotir <'ur to lier sldo. Tlit*  lioriiiiil rexpl nn Ion of n cow la from  BTte in to twenty per minute  If Hie (cniperiitnro. pui������r������ or rosplrn*  tion Is found to vnry much from lhe  normal, yon will know the nnlmnl Is j  ailing   null, gliu-.y eyes: cold eni's; dry. |  bol nose*; liiiiHti. riimpiert coat; inctt of j  , , .    . , ., 11....    ,..........I   .hkI   ."'rt   I  mf <���������       *" '"    ������������������'���������'" ,  fieri ������������������1i**lnl''i!,-������ of milk are niitwnrrt In !  flli'iillnn* Hini RontKlilUB I* wrong wllh  be <'<nf  -.Milk from sir*: cow-* Ic unwliole*nmo  and in KOino vim-* pmdilvely danger  tttia  Hick nnluinl* -dioiild be remowl from j  the herd, and unpiHlally If there be1  any mmpleloii of n ronlngloii* (Hm-iiko   I  IPsrturisnt Ar>opl<r.v-Commonly Csll-  sn MilW favar,  Ci-UM-.-MIIUlai Hi" coif out to������  tlmroiiBlily uficr -'"ivlug Heller tint  fo draw nny milk me tin*! twenty four  bours, hnt Jtt������������. leave the calf with tlm  cow. If for nn.i n*n*ou H l������ ������"������ denlr  able |o imp the "<f with her draw  ������nlT fl tittle mill* M freiiuenl Intorvul*  ed.  If this nils Is followed mlli far er  Is not likely to occur.  Symptoms.���������Theso develop from four  to thirty-six hoars after ealvlng. Dumb  nation coasea; sadden decrease ta milk  Sow; dullness of the eyes; unsteady  gait; stamping with the hind leg3; at  length falls helpless to the ground,  turns head to one side and eyes close  sr lies flat wltb extremities extended.  Treatment���������It ls usually a fatal mistake to dose for milk fever. In many  cases the muscles of the throat are  paralyzed, and the cow, having no  power to swallow,, tho medicine given  goes into the lungs and often causes  death.-  The treatment giving prompt relief  In tbe severest cases and one to be rolled on Is filling the udder with pure  oxygen or with common air by means  of a bicycle puuip or a rubber bufb  syringe and a common milk syphon or  similar tube. Ptimp tbo udder as full  as possible and put a rubber band  around tho teats, or tie with tape to  keep In tbe air. Massage tbe udder so  as to force tbe air to all parts; It may  be necessary to repeat the Inflation.  This treatment usually effects a cure  ln a few hours. Do not glvo any medicine.  Mammi.is���������Caked Udd������r���������'Inflammation of Udder���������-Garget,  Symptoms.���������Osually at first the milk  is watery and sometimes discolored  with blood nnd may contain clotted,  curdy matter, and the part affected ls  (swollen and painful. In severe cases  the cow will have a chill; and the  limbs, ears and horns become cold,  then fever will follow and tho udder  becomes hot, swollen and hard. The  milk flow decreases or stops. The cow  eats but little and does not chew her  cud. ,,..  Treatment.^���������Give oxygen treatment  as described for milk fever and a good  dose of salts. If the udder remains  hard rub well with goose grease or  camphorated oil. When the entiro udder Is caked take a piece of heavy  cloth and,put It under the udder, mak-  Jug Incisions for the teats, and fasten  it ou top. placing straw or a pad ou  the back so as not lo chafe the cow.  This relieves tho udder by casing the  weight. ,   .'  por Inflamed Udder,  nub well after milking with liniment  made from four ounces sweet oil. four  ounces laudanum, three ounces of extract of belladonna.  Slimy or Ropy Milk (Not a Disease).  Milk which becomes stringy, slimy  or ropy after standing awhile Is not  duo to the cow's condition, but is  caused by a large number of bacteria  which develop in the milk aud chaugo  AT NEWPORT. ^  t'vs> a yearnlnr to tfwell me nt Newport.  At Newport dotra by the sea,  To ret Jn the glare, with Harry-bej- l^hr, *  And with Morgan���������ale���������J. P. '  *  To promenade and to dress parade  And to* bask in eo-cl-e-tyl  I've a yearnlRfi- to dwell me at Newport,  At Newport, old chap, don' cher know;  To do tho Casino with some one trom  Reno  And feel like & bally old beau;  Xo practice all day how to look real blase  And to romp where the Regcle boys go!  I've a yearninff to dwell me at Newport.  At Newport so queer and so quaint,  To breakfast at noon and to dwadle and  spoon,        -.:',"  Lookins bored as a stained glass saint;  {To Bwcar  at my  valet  from  Dover  to!  Calais  By way of acquiring restraint.  I've a yearning- to dwell me at Newport,  At Newport, old chap, d' y' eee*.  To be "hep" with each Molly and Roland  and Cholly ,.-��������� ���������  Doing stunts with the family tree,  But 1 don't, for It's too deuced expensive,  old chap, .', . ���������  For a blooming old bounder like mo.  '       ���������   " " -Life.  SIMPLE  HOUSE  GOWN.  An    Odd     Whimsey  In Button Trimming.  NEW SUMMER  DRINKS:  Progressive Matrimony.  **-x<kX  ^.-  "Has the barouess already another  husband?"  o ���������  "Oh, no: she's already without one  again."��������� Fliegcnde Blatter.  The Nutshell.  Tbo residents of a certain,suburb ot  Chicago were for a time governed by a  passion for giving sweet, poetical  names to their "estates." Thero was  one such man who built a handsome  villa, calling it the Nutshell. To tbe  surprise of all, therefore, the name was  one day, suddculy changed to Sylvan  Nook, and a flood of inquiries soon began to pour Id.  "Wby have you given your home a  new nameV" a friend asked.; "What  was the matter with the Nutshell?"  "1 sickened of being joshed about  it." said the owner, with a sigh. "Thero  Isn't a boy within two miles hereabouts who hasn't stopped and rung  tho-doqrbell-to-ask-lMlie-c6IonelT\va's:  in."���������Lippincotl's Magazine.  TN WHITE COTTON IvlTINE  This s'mple bouse gown Mas designed foY a young Picnch actie^s 'Jhe  material is white ratine, and the plaits  down the front give height and dignity.  Tho arrangement of the buttons, half  under tlie buttonhole, Is an odd whimsey. '.'..������������������������������������ ���������".".  DRESSMAKING   BIDS.  Some Very Cooling and Gratifying  Beverages From Foreign Lands.  Although the ���������"cups" and "punches"  of America bave a wide reputation,  foreign Innds have equally refreshing  beverages. England and India excel  in the variety of their cooling mixtures, and Persia is the origiual homo  of the julep, but iu that faraway country mint is nover used; roses take its  place.  I A beverage from Turkey Is called  l "sancc amour." Take the juice of  three lemons and two oranges and the  grated rinds of one lemon and one  orange. Stick a lemon with cloves and  bold over the firo until It Is thoroughly  roasted, then slice in thin slices, add a  handful of fresh rose petals and one-  large cupful of honey. Pour boiling  water over all and let cool gradually.  When ready to serve chill in a shaker  and serve In lemonade cups.  French egg pique is very refreshing  ou a hot day When one is too exhausted to cat. Put two tublespoonfuls of  fruit sirup, any llavor desired, and ono  egg In a glass and fill with bottled  soda that has been chilled. Mix thoroughly in a shaker until foamy, then  pour out, add a dash of phosphate and  sprinkle over the, top a little grated  nutmeg or fresh ground cinnamon as  preferred.  English Lemonade. ��������� Pare two oranges and six lemons as thinly as possible, steep them ln a ������e.uart of hot  (not boiling) water for four hours.  .Boil ono and a quarter pounds of granulated sugar in three pints of water.  Add to the two liquors the juice of  six oranges aud a dozen lemons. Stir  well, then strain through a jelly bag  and ice.  FASHION GOSSIP.  Sun Ray Plaiting In the Front Vart  of La Mode.  SILK FOR RUNABOUT FROCKS^  Fullness Is to Be Found In the Nev*  Frooks, but Balloon Skirts Are Noti  the Typo to Which Modish Women  Have Resorted.  Behold the sun ray plaiting again i**  the front placo of fashion and convincing hi its softness and graceful lines  and"tho countless opportunities for  draping one filmy color over another  and obtaining tho rainbow effects that  are always becoming.  Accordion plaiting is coming wllh a  rush. It ,1s hero In a few advanced  models of clever makers, but the fash-,  ion Is too beautiful to bo ignored, and  prediction is here mado that the plait-;  ed frock is to bo a feature of late summer and fall styles.  . Can you imagine the grace of a chiffon pannier plaited and held In at the  lower edge by a deep band of ens-  EVERLASTING YEAST.  Justly Proud of li.  A United States senator, worth millions, which he made rapidly, has a  coat of arms recently acquired. Fib  gavo a. largo dinner party one night  His cont of arms was .emblazoned In  gold on the top of the dinner cards.,  The lady who went In with the senator, the wife of another senator, observed the Insignia when sbe picked  up her dinner card and exclaimed,  "How pretty!"  "Yes." replied the senator proudly,  "I think It Is rather neat. My wife iu.  vented it"-Snturdny Evening Post  Contracts For Sewing Awarded In  Businesslike Fashion.  Letting out the making of a summer  wardrobe to the lowest bidder Is a new  wrinkle .to .ouo dressmaker who was  recently invited to participate in such  a,contest.  "I have a number of gowns, separate  blouses, aud shirt waists.' which I wish  made tip by June 1," wrote the woman  who had the contract to let. "Will you  kindly call at my house for particulars  and make an estimate of charges?"  The dressmaker went and named a  -figure. When she came back she said  she never felt so important in bcr life.  ��������� "It was like bidding for a government  job,"  she  said,   "and  when   I  LagrjAed_tQ__inak^  taffeta, dimity and linen for a certain  I sum, 1 felt as if I were signing a'con-  j tract to drape the columns of the library or postolllce or some other public building. That illusion was heightened by the size of lhe customer, who  is stately enough for statuary, and  solid enough for masonry. There Is  only a small (diaiieo of my getting the  work, for she invited scores of othor  dressmakers to compete, somo of whom  are likely lo underbid mo, but if I do  get it it will bo Iho lirst order I ever  .! obtained on those businesslike terms  An Excellent Recipe That Has Been In  Use Fop Years.  A special cooking of potatoes for  yeast. Is never necessary if the water in  which potatoes are cooked for a meal is  saved. Instead of driiniug into the  sink, strain the proportion of five cupfuls of potato water over one-half cupful of sugar. When cool add a starter  of yeast foam, or by keeping in a warm  place, such as the top of the warming  oven/in two or threo days it will fet-  meut without aid, a white foam appearing on tho top, when It can be  placed in a jar and kept cool.,'  Use no other liquid for bread. Three  and one-half cupfuls will make three  loaves of bread. The yeast can. be  added-to from time to time by saving  the potato water, adding sugar aud  when cool putting iuto the yeast jar.  "]TntHir^vIty~fliF7cpriftWf"lTOgfimrG^  Jy, with no extra work, aud is always  ready for use.'.; Always save a cupful  for a starter. I'east with the starter  can be-mado at noon aud be ready to  make bread at night. y  i.  '���������ll  A Play Pinafore.  Old blue denim is used for this sturdy  play-apron, whicli is a simply cut model, bound at the edges with braid.  ." i  Better Than the Farm.  Farmer (to one of Ills laborers, who*  had como homo nfter his first training  In the milltlai- Which would you rat Ivor bo, u soldier or a fariii hand,  Paddy?  Put-A soldier, of course.  Farmer-And why so. Paddy?  rut���������Woll. you seo, you'd bo a long  lime working for n fnrmer before he'd  tell you to stiitid tit eiiHC-Tit-ltlls.  Photo by OrpRon.Agrlcullijral coHcue.  A oi.han BBi'AiuTon nitTiPS Ritnr Till  MILK ANU ClllCAU HAN1TAIIV,  tho milk sugar Into n slimy or ropy  mass The baelerla usually comu from  dust Dr bad waler nud get Into llm  milk nl minting tlmo or a ft er wind.  Thoroughly cleiin* nnd disinfect tha  stable arid senld all milk pulls, Ktriilu*  ers, cans, ole.  Lumpi In Teats.  If (lie lump or minor bo nenr Ilia  point or liulfwny up llio lout n vet-  i'l'ltiurl'iii tuny opernlo utieco-sfiillj';  otherwise It Is well to beef llio cow,  an sho will not luiprovo mul her'offspring mny ho Klinllnrly nlTected.  Cowpox,  flytnptoms. - Tents very soro, brenlf  oul In pimples nnd form scabby non*������.  A iroiibleMomp contngloiiH (Hkoiiki-, nnd  the cow should bo IhoIiiIciI.  A inllttei' cun tn Uo It from onn'cow  to number ou his bnniN or clotbcH.  Ilcinnly." Press lhe hoh-h three times  a day wllh un ointment made by mix*  tng four (IrnniM bnniclt- tiild, twenty  drops of cnrbollc acid, wllh two ounces  Of   VUHl'lltlO,  If tin* leiiln nro very hoid It may hit  well to uko n lent siphon lo ������l)'it>v llio  mini.  Diarrhea or Scouri In Colvei.  Cnnse Overfeeding, midden change:)  In food, (IIIby. wet stalls, iJli'ljt fi-ml  pulls, etc  ii  "t ri'iiviui'iit -A i up "I wi-'������.#���������', '"<n >���������  ten Is snltl to bo good. Others 8lvo  from one to two t-iiiiccs or castor oil  nnd oim tcnspoonfiil of iinulamim,  Teed new mlllt nnd l*ppp everything  clenn I'our or live hours nftor tho  oil im fjlven n tcnspimnfiil of o rulr  liirp'of hup part nalol nnd two piiiD*  subnltrntp of bismuth ninv I������p given In  hnlf a pint of milk or (he powder  plrwii mi the tongnp a;M xvti*tim\  down wllh ������ HHli* milk A ������!t*j|<ie  remedy I* lo ndd to ib** milk ont ttfth  lhe first thrw days If troubio Iw fear*! ^ u* bulk of lltiw witcr.  nud  The Idea,  ���������"Wim l's tho ninl I cr with you  Mrs. Gnbb?" nslteil Mr. Nngg.  "I detest'thnt woman," replied Mrs.  Nngg.  "Hut wby do you detest hei''" nslied  Mr. Nngg.  "Why, idle thinks Hint she Is as good  ns* I am," snorted Mrs. Nngg.-Cliiclu-  nntl Kiit'tilicr,  rieversible Satin Coat.  The turned imcl; fronts of this'French  coat show the coior.of tho under sldo  .'���������*���������  &>>/m  Ths Taint Sltowlnq lleelf,  "Po you liellevo In Inlierlled trnlK?"  "I cerlnlnly do.   Tnlm my littlo girl.  for   liiMtiiiicn.     Hho   can't   nspell   I'or  sliucks,"  "Why, I thought you woro u chum*  plon speller?"  "1 mn.   You forget, however, I mar-  I'leil my Ktoiiogriiplifi'."--Ht. Louis Ito-  public.  Putting Them Off.  doi'ior    ici'oiiiiiieiided  . '>' /' ' / *   4)'   * ,-. v*/.W ', * \  i 1 ',   't*~     '      '<���������>> '*|'*,   '*  irnOH OF MiVm DENIM.  A printed nun-ory lirno on the front  should delight any littlo wenrcr.  warm  "Ills  li'itln."  "So?"  "Ves, ii ml he's uolng to l2tiro|io to  lake llieui,"  "Me was nlwnys Unit wny. Kven ns  n boy bo would put off tailing bnlli**  ns long as |n>sKlhlo."-lii>-ston liecoid  (IMS  Qocbl Status.  ������������������J iiinii^iaiMl mo unift ������f Main  ��������� \ihiU- <h'{,l;,;til."  "Ves, and It gave lilm great pres-  Una until lhe king of faml-odla visited l.urnpp, Ho liriMiebt back a t^eeoml  imnd tiitli'uh."-l,lltsbin*������li I'twt.  J Ht May Escape.  i thliiU," mild iho \oniig >.t!ileKiiKin,  "Hint some of my hpceiliCM will be rti*  allied ivllh IiiU'IpkI In years lo ctuno."  "Thoy will," replied Hewiinr Hor**  irhitm, "unicKs you nn> eu'eptlonaily  liii'k>."- Yi.i'.hin.jiiiu -Mnv.  Si-fii-o Him Up.  MK-d-mnry-Why do you look at mt  io Intently?  faniilhnl  I nm the food Inductor.���������  Buffalo Comintrelat  i  Main nATIN CO*l WITH OOtVD tslMI.N������.  In nfffcllvn conlr.'ist wllh tho blmk  Rftf.Ii> of (ho onlor rMo,  'J'he cont Is imide of rcvetT-tblo t-nlln,  wllh dull gold on the icveri'o sldo.  VVsmen In Panama.  I'lie Kovpi'iiment. of I'linuma hns Just  flppolnieil MInh Agnes Mwlng drown,  on Amorleuii woman, dliccier of tin  SING A SONG OF FASHION.  Feminine Fancy In Di������������i.  Ah, 1*i.il"ii, ye uImni rii*liiriri������ miiin-lns,  lv*.*. ��������� i .'.. *'.,'.���������* --^ *'....* ���������.-. ...������������������     -. *  Sit- ll'ln lint you atiJ Hglit show tfiro.sCU  11.  At thousands are euum wim vl*>w It,  WlHi llltle i,iMi<'H"''.lli liul ruluie  'lit iMiiiKillule Ilie lili'nu fi'ulure,  Flo fturillnK s������ to cuu'e tx u'.oii*.������t  Mnn In *u>in<er If the r������Hf"i.t  Hiiili'tui*; ovsT rarvrtl or ni'ililed  Wt>r*������ not In piil;li<: now unlol.leil.  l,:;i.\U-.., !.:l'w. *.,:.; m-iui'.'l  M:il.es uiiu v.Mi lu'i v. 'jier a burrell  fitif if by cliisnrs? >ou Hits not Itiimrvlnt  Tl.f.t j'r.tt n'fl i-i-';tt'.|i s-ifli ji t*i',t.'l������i*j,  Ob, ciul iieiti* ii'iivr Hie Ci.'ile i'i* y.n  Tu lie fuwretfa a* txt-.tra'ta* -.mil  ~\S. w. Ltmtfi.m  ! An Inexpensive Soup. !  | Many pooplo think soup Is a luxury  : and ennnot bo a part of dlnnor probably  | moro Hum onco n week, Followliii,' Is a  ' roolpo for n soup which, bonldos Imlng  ! very Inoxpoiif.lvcp Is very hencfli*Inl  i and will provo a boon to peoplo Buffer-  'in**; from loss of nppcllto: !  |   After lunch put ono-half pound of  hnrloy hi two quiii'ls of wntor, ndd n  littlo unit und let nlmnior for two hourw. ,  ���������About ono and ono-half houra boforo I  ; dlnnor sllco Into llm barley nml wnter ;  one good ulzed raw carrot and ono j  Hinnll onhn, hIIcci] fine.   About ono-  half hour boforo Inklnir from llro add  two   lenspoonfiils   of   Worcestershire  KIIIICO.  This li rixcnplloually kooiI nnd well  worth a trial. Hnrloy costs 5 cents, cur.  rot '2 cciiIh, onion '2 cenls. worceHter-  Hlilro imiico 1 cent, tolnl 10 centfi.  It  i will Klva ns much nutriment to the  i*y������!oui ns -10 ccntH' worth of meat.  I *������������������--��������� '��������� ���������  Two New IdiM.  If you  wish In Blvo your llnjierlft  ' rrncl/llm vi>t*v lfile������t whlnirof llm fiiwh-  Ion rmilm add narrow hands of brown  i fur.    Thouo   ImiidH   of   fur   vdiilim  i ilonnceM nnd drapery of llio most Iiiium.  ' latent and tlliny net nnd ��������� hlfff-n dn-**���������  ' c* wero one of Iho moil iii;irl;i*d fea-  ' iii.tj* ot tho drnj.' ni'-e at Auleiill.   II Is  ��������� i.iin ul inn*-.!' tiniiMi* i..u.'iiiiiiii"..'������ .it  | which  Iho  Fieneh level, but nt iho  ' Hftimj time li ii cfl'ei'live.  !    Another" popular fancy U Iho scurf  of nmllties iiltiichml to tin- 1,'own otioiii-  .shniildei and ibrowti iii'nuiiil tin- fluuro  fn ai'Mxl!-* nbiml'iii.    In fn������t. nuillnei  ; will l.e fmiiid niirpi'l Onuly iixeful In iv*  . fi'i-hluu' (-llKhily v.-'O'ii ;*..iwii)i. wlielhi-r  it**<d as vi*urf. ue.'l; rn'lf, v:i������h "i' t'u<  IsbliU lb*' sleevei.   There Is now a wa-  . Icii.i.of i.i:i!i..'���������,������������������ "'.i Hi.** iii'.nl.i't  v.-'.ili'ls  ! in*iiln*r Hi" ili'iiipiii"--* "f I tie t.h'tltjf iwt  tn umoijiceied nhowci' cuu t-vllt.  HOWN WITn MODIFIED PA-SSICn DKAl'IRT.  broidciy? The Dchu on th!9 same delectable goi\u is accoulion plaited nnd  the waist'defined by a wldo girdle of  pauno velvet. Plaited rutllcs edge the  sleeves and tbe bottom of tho under-  I skirt  Silk In plain or chanscablo colors In  plaited for entire costumes tbat nre  adaptable for littlo runabout frocks or  for clnborato afternoon gowna. Here  Is the fullness in decided form In skirt,  ���������sleeves and bodice.  Littlo accordion plaited Jackets ot  soft chiffon and tiioussellno do solo are  now lhreatenInj,' to replace tho contees  of taffeta lliat havo been such stron������  'features. Evening wraps nnd lovely  iioRllKoes nro showing phtlllng ln  either entiro lengths or us rulllea on  tho bertha,R and sleeves.  A3 n swintfof the pendulum of fasli-  iou in the opposite direction no feature  of (he. niodes can moro clearly exemplify tho vnjiiii'les than Iho pin I tod.'  droKseu that are Invadins iho realm ol  dress. 'Hut one thi ni; must ho remembered, Fullness thero Is In all tho new  frocks, but balloon skirls aro not (bo  type to which we hnvo resorted. Thero  U still the straight lino of tho lltfuro to  ho adhered lo. and it must bo admitted  that tlio dt'slKiiers havo givon fullnean  In tlio pliilt.lnw without bulkliicsn, flow-  IiiK lino'i without unliness nnd a chniiR*  without tbo usual .shock. Ono nicels  tho piiintlei* -jowii every whero. I'Icltired  In u now model Khowlnir ii modllled  paniilcr drnpery that Ih very urncoful.  The lunterlal u^ed Is Ri'oeri nnd whlto  "cnndy Blrlped" (iifl'eta, with trlmmliiK  hands niid peillcoiil, of blaelt liiffola.  '��������� A wldo frill nt tbo necli la eclioed hy  jini'i'ow frills In tbo hIoovoh. Hlnck  KiitIn boots with crystal buttons no  , compuny the frock.  Unfol Tips to the Jelly Maker.  Uko fiood fruit which Is u llulo iiuder-  ripe.  Uso llio best Ki'iinululcd Hiipni'.  Do not mnko lurgo i|iiaiitltlcH of Jelly  nt one cooking.  II en I the bUfiiir In tho oven befort  nddliiK ll lo (ho fruit Julco,  If tbo Juleo mini be boiled down nl-  wny** do ko beforo I lie siiuni' Is ndileil.  The jelly will bo clearer nntl <1ih*|- IC  llio fruit Is Hliiiiueri'd uou Ily nml imt  itlrrcd during cuuklii--.  Do not allow llio sirup to boll rapidly  or crystals may appear lu llio Jelly.  Always mako Jelly on a hi'ljjllt, clear  day.  X\���������f.it Cm jViiJ K'"-*.**---*1 in i>'������t ������*"������������er  nud M;t them <m a fuldcd cloth tvniiiji  < ut <>f hot wnter.  |   Set lhe Jolly In n senny window for  ; twenly*fi������ni'   ImurM,   then   e/ivor   Wllh  ,,.,. ',',..T,  ,.,.,���������.'.'. -1  -.   '. "...   i.     ��������� .., ."'���������������������  \ pl.T'e,  ' CJmptre' Short&Alm.  j One pint nf rt������nr. iwo l^iiciijimfuli  | i.f baklii:; powder, n littb* miK.ii np������H>*-i-  , fcl of siicnr.    Miv wllll waiter or ni'llt  Hi IIH' ti.'tll'l' Mill ill'";1. Il'd "Mill,"  l'l'i:||  ' llio H'lt'tit. I'.'iir in'.i a hnt pirn well  v*!..'ici Nmi ni*.or I'i'.'l I"'.'* too nun-  i;i>���������". (Pm. ri'.nly inin!!'t*i* p:it������ wllh n  :,u:.* '���������*!���������! nnd -* lien i "I t'.l'ii ���������'������������������* ��������������� <te������  in'.i l!:i* |..'.li ai: I Icih" (wen'*, |!'!iil|liM,  '.IimiJ v. it ti eimii'.'d pen lies or Ivitlia, ���������iis''.- ^iei&TdS^Siiisei^r'ilttW^* &*(? 'iSftvwi * ^���������Siw'l ** v^^'^Mi'JgVf JC,,*?0*.3*f Jii������ai3S*j*::T,,Sr-'i V'.',  /fcJ>,>m.^w1^tsH-*-'-������^> mamma   I., ���������'s"  *���������������������������������������������' ���������***���������������������������������������������������������*������*  mm^EWS5,eUMfflBLAMD, BltlTISH eOLUMMA.  5u?:iU. ':������as--*-  MHtccMu, iijt<Mi>m ma  W^ ^4 fill  jl    Vi.ctorii,  !:. C, THOMAS' CROSSING  |i    Phone .964 Sidney, B.C.' I'-'faone F ;.6  Cumbor'and. B.C.  ������������������   Phone jj  G-iey iilank'4s from ........... ... .������2,75 a pair  ���������L'h'.tu Bliii'k-e-ti;' ���������v.. . ��������� ���������*������������������'������������������  -LOO a pair  C>'iiifoi:.ti.M^-urotii ������1.75 each and up  ;\ <-<vv Stock of Extension Febles, Partor Tables snd Chairs of  ^=^^y-^-- a!!.kiiwis,'j(ist received --^-^^^T)  We always early a fu!| stock of Beds and Bedding,  Springs. and ^aUressas"  ��������� Fau-tetl'.-- Su>v*'*' ni-vt I'un^es nro the ?h*&I.  p,\i.r_--AND.���������INSPl'X'iVrHKM.  MeL'hce Ulock, "A. MoKIN^ON '" Cuinbcrldii;.  ;   :���������* -vb-)\:i time ihat  we   were  ���������t    ii * no a cuod man fi r mr.Y-  \V'!,y   not   petition   rL    K.  ;,,:. ;..-,?    Lie should make a good  wr, aiid   is   'to   extremist, or  \ Uo  ;i;,v otyer worthy aiul quali  l'-Op  ,j   "ii"ii fi'i ihut Lonoiabh* distin-c-j ,r  .���������   . i i i ��������� I i  S. NAKANO & CO.  REAL'ESTATE A'QENTS   ,  M |  ! ,'.      .������������������.���������������������������������������������,-, '  I! "> '���������  Ji Hkao Ok;'.'ok 5IS. Kisgn.nrd St.  THE CANADIAN BANK  \ 0F#QMMERCE ; v  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  VICTORIA, D. C.  $  ^*mtt***t*ay**>������**m%*\i*^^^ *ao*****=,**im*a**\'*to  '���������''MAROCCHI BROS    ^  -'.*,  SALE OP WO UK.'  A Sale of Work by the Liidies'  Aid of St.   Andrew's   Preshyteri  an church,   Sandwick,   will   be���������  held in    lhe   A������ik'iiltural   Hall,  i   n>.   ,,,.-,  wi...v...    .w>.u| "-��������������������������� -t  *-,., "'  .    ���������     ,       ... _ Courttnav,  ou    llinrsdnv,    Deo.  ���������ii-d ei'tiz,'n wlio wi   aeeopt a noiii-*     ,, ������������������     ��������� .    ���������  n u v *' h  t,   .      i 12th, -commencing at   3   p.   in.  i*. thnt "honoiable distm-c- j ,IM ���������      .t) i- _-  j This will be an   opportunity   to  oity   troublesome   tnnev buv some of vQur   Xmas> ���������  1 ������������������ ii w id i.iu'iliei"   be   a  lied 0  .; <-j.,? i:ur 11 .sinecure to whoever  *.; a*, have the honor pi' being our  ���������'���������;.. x: 'm-ivt-'f- We,are not bpu.st-  . |i'.. i'cr an' body, nor will we, it  .:,���������.'.,.��������� icvei'' hnve 'a mayor. "We  ,v 'iiiilii'i. toneli it with a I'orty-  i 1-1 pule, even if wu conkl. The  ;'n.-t honoi" and eurreappiu'1'.ngly  V m'- pala'-y might turn, onr head.  "L.\ ms. Iiavy an absolutely iudepei:-  *-".nt >!,liVi'i', one who 'would not  pj ui aid of the   losing of ilollais  eu'ls.  ''" VAILS EH V-IOJS. ���������  Mails for Dis-patch:���������Yancou-,  ver, Victoria. N-Hnaiiiip, etcy  Tuesday, 7.15 p. 111; Thursday  and Saturday, 6  a.   in.  Comox   and   District:���������Tues  day.   12 15   p.   my   Wednesday  and Friday, 4.30 p. m.  S  S.   Cowiel1a.11,   Sunday  at 2  , p. r.i. and Tuesday at 6 a  m."  ���������i-iits by the currying -out   of|   ��������� Mails   Arriving:���������Vancouver,  Vrictoria,  Nanaimo,   etc.,  Tuesday   afternoon, Wednesday  and  Friday night*.  Comox Disti ict:���������TVediiesdav,  T^IiTiTsdFyTnKrSTitlTTfiayr���������"   ~~~~~  S. 3, Cowichau, Sunday morning aud Tuesday about noon.  1  \  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING ^ORKS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safej convenient an4  inexpensive method of remitting s'jjnall sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  tlie following rates:  $5 and under    3 centa  Over     5 and not exceeding $10...........   0     "  m     10       " " 30.. ...10     "  "30      " " 50... 15    ���������**'  ��������� -."ao -  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should bo made by means of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN DRAFTS and_ MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  CUKSEB.LAWD J8KAN0U....;.  ................V/. T ."WHITS,  -��������� 1,      . .'.-���������-  ^g.jjajeiaMaatasia-^JicBM^aMaTtf,1.11 utamattrv-rssmtssmaasiixjxxmamBS^^  <iiiiHiiiiHmniiiiuuiEMuriUUii!iiim������wnnifiuiiiin^  S . ��������� *:*  mS , ��������� 5E  bS.  Agents for Pilsener brewing Coii'pauy's BEER  'Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  w*\������UMre-������;������������i������n������-*!<*v- ^wnirMww.^'J-.*.  i E 3    " m     M      ������ ;  al - bsiate and insurance,.  Licensed Auctioneers;and.Valuers.  TV 1."have- -11 hirre���������number  of eiii-jiiiries For  nerea^e m  Oi-iox N'niley ;    ii' yoiv have anyHiing  to  sell,' i^ST-'  V/ITII'.-UsS.       .'"���������������    , ���������',"������������������    ".  m -   *> _ ll.     ...   __  GOVERNMENT ST. VICTORIA, B. C.  Complete Stock of'"Ye Olde Finiie'*  ,  & Co. Pianos  g  g  53  1  tar  3  "I  S3  We are AUC  SRS  'Dominion 'Pianos. .Thomas Organs:  ���������Victor "Vlctrolas, Gramophones and Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICE USTS.  ���������' .- -   o       '   ������������������ ,,,.,.'  Convenient 'lerivis of Pavment 'ArraiiKea.  );.-- ' uiv, or iiuiie, lur.there  is   a  'fi'iwii.ei.'il euii-sideration in   the jio-  i\- ii>;i  11  coini;eni--aie for loss   ot  I.li-l'-K':-^   ������������������  ������������������ "    .���������,     .  We are ens!ing no reflection  '.y,":n t'ne preetht or previous  liiay.ovs*, they did their duty as  ,.i.e\ 's.iw it;  |:t)i:i)EN'S DAY 0,h" HECK-  ' ON I NO.  ���������'I.tl, ine tell him tlmt from iny  f!.*..1ijno,ii)t and the standpoint of  .i'.;i!l.uii>* pf people in Cainulu, il  iy- ijirceity was good eeonoinieally  'jn sepleinlier, 15)11, it is good  ���������,������; .i.oniieally today, and it will U*  'no! u'oiiomicnlly hIwuv-j. He  "1.- oving in a l'oo! s puradise. He  c-.-iii.il' rejieat with ail the money  ;., iii..* iiiiiiuil'ia.'tiirei'*', and the  i .,.'��������� jioi'ti.tion uiii^iuit-.'S1 money,  , i.d ihe Amoiieiin money, ami  u.e l.h-iri-sh .Unionist money.  \* iih it all he ennnot n^ain de  I- .11 reeiproeily as he did 11 year  ,,vi,. lie. I'-tnnot do what Mr,  i. '������������������';.��������� i'.-'. e'l.u'ifed Sir Wilfrid with  - i'tii'.:---he ..''Uiimt a^iiin nsise'oiic!  ,1 i.-.'icy iii (jltiehee and aiioflu r in  ,i ��������� ,.'.iiot lie I'linnot again join  *.���������<: Naiioiilihls of (Jlieheo and  : 1 .��������� < )ranj.',i'iiirii of Oi.lal'io,"  i    1!, (.'uivi.il, M. JJ., in the Ho.uh*  1  .   (.'0lllll!0l!>,  Nl'V.    'i'S,  Dry Goods Retail Dealers  in Grade Silk,   Cotton  /Cleaiiing and Repairs $150  Repairs .... i.ou  .a.  SKE US 'Ti yon.wiint n sale and we will arrange oi-" -it   the shortest |;_  po^-ibie nolieo and get the CliST PlUC '.-i. ',  C-OtrSTENAT,'      '   B. G...  vcax. -s������tvCJw������������.*-*i'j*fc.-������:. ������io ���������.rt-t-ri.ii.-yT-y*.  ,.~^lt\Mm*mmmm7*m-tmm^a^^MV^  >m^Q-lVfUmiif3iiJt.t^&^^  |:- 809GOVcR^BIT SIRKT,  Opposite P.O. VICTORIA. B.C  m  2E  8  33  n  IF YOU WANT  '-'   : ;  , 1'UMBER'. ";'  O "-. 1'j     u ->  Comox iynvmill Co , Limited,'  C,.mox,   B.C.;  Lots or rain, but 110 heavy  frost  iM\\%   WW.%   QlOm or huot- hew up to the  present.  Mantifwcturers   o\' Ladieif    auc  Children' .=;��������� Undei��������� \v< ar.  Suits   MadeJ to Order.  CUMBERLAH1V      B,  C.  r'.'-r whii-ii v-������������������-���������-��������� ais truly   thaukfu'  (;:,,���������t,,������i������r,���������dy,gl,ncl .,,, jl   ^urtgngy g. Q'.j  ���������'e arranged -iy :'Pi>tynif.*; to, Stuii- ������-4    wv������""mj)  |  n.-l'l-I   Miller, Cumberland, 15 1.                             "  "~"  '��������� Show'of'  Fall Hats, Auto  - Bonnets,.  Children's - Bats etc.  MOW   0M-  toffliniffisir^  ���������������'-' j \*$sii!fflifoasira^  11 is.��������� _ ��������� .   . ^%  F.esexvo $12 500,COO ���������_?  1 || 'Capital Paid Up f i 1,500,000,   ~". " "" '" ' ' "    ~~~~ ^"T_"        ~~ "r": ~"m\  !j������! ���������M-jn733K-*,*:F'''X,������'.-'.;i:'' ���������,j.'.---:::*i'it-T;'.-:----.!;:>:;i������������������.;>%*/ >���������;& ,n'''K-r7J*XKi*s.v;.-**f y;- -}t ^^?3Hxis������csr.*ii-.raw ���������TO.iritnstr?r*?,'X."Ti.*-'****'; VJtfSKsrawsraoiaaar^ f, g  |j g m%mmttC!mm*-i--:--z;;-'Ji2il /^.x^K.fz'x^.Tk. ia::Omw.wxt.'s- 4.v.,^'^J j}k::wbz:%sBn**.*3H0. a������KSff2as!W������K-ijafi J^jrawsamawaaiaRA S |  The p'>y^-_Bank ^Canada. |  I DllAFl'S   I;   '  -ID   IN   ANY   CUUUKNCY,   PAYABLE   ALL I  I'.       0:;                        ,0VKi\    THE    WOULD." |  1 SPECIAL ATr'LNTlON paid lo HAVINUS ACCOUNTS A i.,U*fe*t 1  |��������� at hi*.!lien   vjt.������rr-^i.-t ll:t-cs..t������!L<Wid oii U< jioijl*.-il $1 ai:d,iij.ivvanls.. f|  I'                 .    CU1HBE.HLA.WP, B .0., -tJ.ancli, Open Daily. |  1                       UNION YV'HASIF, 25. 0.,   fi������b-t-cach, Open Thursdays I  |                '" O* M������ MORRatSpWa Manng'er." ,R  |                       C0VP.T.32JAY, ��������� IJ. C ,'' Branub,   OponDaily.'     ��������� |  I                      ��������� , WM. -HOFF. Manager. j  ������������������%!iiiiiflrawraiim^  UK ITA IN NOT ON UlvW.  KNK1CS.  **ll' i-hi; ih on   liei' kiii'C* il Lilm  I.,.; lime in the liLm; v ol (ireiil  ;'j :���������!  ! j ft  i.i ii.'iin thai   i'iH.   I'W'i   wa.*-.    /���������������t j Js *.; -_���������-���������  ������..,-.' uni'.- th  fl%. .  ���������*,"... v**T  n*i*,W     .*>>���������*   *   JtkA������'i  *#()������������rn^ui-'^WM������*������iwi'w*Jwi.i#_^to������������A''t������rii>*������rvi������ft^      ii"]  1      ,i /..U,,    !,������>'   (-C   1.",..'     4>^"v-iv*UC      /F iiiliClU ItJ  {  ***������������������. ______���������! iii -Mil���������'mm i ii~it ������ hi "Hi"    ' - "v   *u;-������st3>- *.'*';  *i������i)ir*l^*OTJWr'r������^r'i*lw������^������������*,.U,������Ui������im������  r ���������*.'.'!���������>  Used Exdi-3ive!,y in Canada  fhe   METROPOi.tTAN- OPKRA   COMPANY  (of New York.)  you wnt a good reliable Piano, it will pay you. to give us a call [  ���������il!  A*.'-,.*  .in.- iuaUs I-*!.'**.:r.U. t'fti-Ui:; ti'irrvu f.tnrj other Rcllablo Makea> We  '1 5  [\$ ulna aufry On- \'jot;or- .<,h"aiiiophone nnd VJctrt^La.H.  w..: x:.v.-^-i.'i.'i i'l'-i-z ^A'nsj^AcnoN.  ' r!":J','[ i,Z i������;\^ Buiisjuore's ;"W������t.ic }-!*.*i* *e" Church St, Nanaimo   B. C. j  i'ii:   Wil.-   il   euilll.lll'.M : l������ ., ' i,  P..P-HiLLrpps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVn.YANC.NG  I  matIWH'mrW ^-j^s_ill^MfcllWlt.l.W>'<',.IUMMU-������'11lW*W    ������������������������������������>.t'^i..������^^������.^������**������li|������Hwrl.iWlrlf,|r1Trffwl,|,tfr)r>n.fK,^^  ,.Tj-lr^'>Mji^.^_.������^.^^iJj*������.^.A^^iJM.-ua.^. ������J.tn^.s>������1^,...Li..fc*ti i... ������������������,,*��������� ���������^������������������^M������--MM.^������rf.j,n,-|fc-������i^|^������������Mps| |JHnilrv.Trrjl-1  I    DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  a. .tlM-m\..f,'t,fl -a*mmm*lmXJ1,\  Mnarfaoturer of M2M3GEAL WATER  r   .IWAtM.-l-?'*  f*   ..  Um.  CUMBERLAND  ������*ir*Vv, laViW','* nr   ���������***t,*}dM..tr?t  P, o. box lay  i   PHON3 20,.,.  'rM-MaM'.MnlwrAi.wlm.^iRiMMiiu.-wrM^d.'-^kUV..   iiiii   i. mi fiifi ������������������ mrri in u ������������������niiiiiwiimiwi..  w.ti'ici.-i.issssj- iV(X*������.)i������uuiM������wii������vi.r/,������swMi-iwir.������^ '.i-w.v, s������������iT.w.������.-wnmiamrsixnMam :������ni,.>,i������i'U"i������wi*>tctfs  IIIWIIIIIIIM!lllllir,!!llir:---=--r^u=z=|!|K  '.,   inli'v  n;i    lh"   liiirl  ������f evcj'v  i ��������� . ���������  r.iu-op.'iin pu'.vi.i-, t'v.jiit lilenl'.eim  I'.owii tu Waterloo, mul she i;e\'i'i  'Weill on liei unevh lo .inyhotly.  . nt |LiiiU'i| lur (l.i^ whei'evei  ilw sun    *-:hnni\  oil   "vei V liaiuli*  ]���������}  ������������������"Hr.'s'X WKMmmmV.mm?t&^^ .W������Z?%\���������U_**r.l  l:mi-;i- tfiOKJEift!3H������ HAlffiffl-'SBKaffiEia?^  r ������������������'  jK"M  1  air,.  Hi '  *.   it i>   /;    /  GOODS  1 -ill Goo,!.;   t.'.  a.n-:';i.L���������; by every boat.     We huve just  19  fe  fo  ,^..*r--s"-������������s^  ., A ������������������   /%.-   </V-'-'^-"-N^.������i^M-\\-'->''-^\  .    ���������   ���������'"'^'^���������^y:?*-L^('',������/  \\ // '.'l\ \\.  I i   . *:,*.*/.^l     \t\   .1  Jl''  '^^/^'?v,el.���������>  r.l  "l I  l-iUfilBCI'-i    There's a Difference in the price.  I,i���������i,y.,1,y,1,yi trihu'-M'r.ei* '<*'-* ' !'^i"'o  Lij) a  mo.; r.ui..;<. ot   i.LLHus   hiouses in   r fenm   jMan-wig  ^,'eiy iiiitiou oii the ^lujii.-, ;,ailnl   ^   ,;    j   W) i il   bolt   Loll.H    .ti)f!    il������.r il )h   CLlils   111   ail   C0I0LS,     TheS(i  [\\\'.' jff  ilie seven neus, and iii'Vei uowen 1 j;-i .       .1 ,     .1 ,i 1,1 1 .    ,1- ]   if-  :,,v,,.a:i iu suiimisMou 10 u���������v;j-.j    f!!��������� ncw,;st ^^n^ in Un' 1'!l!;)LT,sc,IJi,1f ?ti 3'^ an     4  ���������.;ii-iioi., i>uiicipuiiy -j   pouvi y.,| VV C  /*"   M i'lLANtCFT^ lili! ;"1 " ''"'n ,|il','^"l,'''i '''". 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