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 /      - t -  ,������i-  jT*~  4sb  A Journal Devoted Especially, to t^e Interests of Comox District.  ���������<fi  The News, Nineteenth,.Year.  CUMBERLAND' B. C,    WKDN-E������pAY, FJiB. ldtli,  19.3  iS'^JK^  Subscription $1.00 a Vi*:au  FOR PAY-DAY and WEEK  FOLLOWING.  Many of Cumberland's Ladies  will be here to cboose White-  wear.   JOIN THE THRONG,  Simon Leiser &  Dunsmuir Ave.,  (wi******  ������������������'u.-Tii'ier"  Ltd*  nd  jgMBaaag������ wsag _______������__ ��������� \  ilmwaii,!i__K_t__a_S_ aaMM|fV^(  ^ii**^>*tt*\*a*^  I. FOR  ������_it  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture and Household  ies  Baths,  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies  GREAT  SLAUGHTER  SALE   1 i .,.������������������ inmi.ii i  ������*  sa  MGNETlCMHUSTOREl.  ���������J'lioNK 3L  f_qy_g__g7^p&_  1  Catastrophe At  Union Bay  Dam    Broke   Creating  Great Havoc,  Much  Property Destroyed  A i u nbor of tlie residents of  Union Huy wero in a state of terror ami contusion on Saturday evening, caused l>y tlio bursting of  tlie dam tlmt bold in chock tin*  water tbat supplied tho Colliery  Company's washer This resor-  voir which cover, an iireaof aboiil  eighty ������������������livo at'res, issituated about  two .and u hnlf or three in ibis; up  the gully from Jap and Chinatown  The break.-took, placo"about 5,510,  and the roar of tho onru.hiiig and  tumultuous torront was hoard tor  80.no little timo boforo it. reached  what is known as Jap and China���������  town, bringing with it timber,  BMinip', rooks and a quantity of  oi hor (lnbi'lfi. There was a wild  flcrainblo for safety by thoso in tlio  wako of tlio flood, thoy forgetting  everything clue but personnlflafoty  for the timo being, The* flood  nfter demolishing sovoral buildings ns it struck tho Orion tn I  quarter, swopt across in a direct  lino to tho.tressol; which, is here  partly tilled iu, and (hidingonly n  tvil'Hnl wnv nf naowtyn,    vtn\\<r.i\    off  it . i   ,t v  to the right and,, rushed down toward tho bay. Tlio telegraph  building which stood nonr -, the  honch, was swopt into tho sea and  demoltflliod.  Tho  nnd  an  other side, of the.tressel  considerable damage wns wrought, ca:_ be  ing overturned,, a number buried  above the wheels with   coal   and  debris, and tho track twisted   and  ;orn up,    Somo of the peoplo had  vory narrow    escapes.    Mr.    F,  Partridge,   of   the   Co-operative  store heard tho roar,   and looking  out of his shop door saw the flood  coming in timo to get his  family  to a placo of  safety.   Mr.   John  Hill aud family who   resided   in  tlio   samo   building,   also������������������. nmdo  thoir escape just   in . timo,    Mrs,  John i Lock nor and children had "a  narrow escape, she bnroly getting  to a placo-of Mfety.by  tho  "skin  ot her teotli,", as.  her   house   wns  situated in a direct lino with  the  flood ns it came down tho   gully,  Tho flooded aroa   extends   from  the tennis grounds   to   within   n  few yards o/ Humphrey's   hotel,  Fortunately tho loss of lifo is con.  lined to  ono  Japanoo,  all hough  several Japs and  Chinamen  had  narrow escapoH, they being swept  iiwny by tho flood,   but  rescued,  Ono Jap clung to a polo for throe  hours bofoio   he was    riBSiiod.  Hundreds visited the scone of tho  disaster in automobiles, by   train  and almost every other" kind   of  conveyance, and   saw  household  eiioctii piled up in a damaged con  liition, groat holes   torn   iu   tho  giyu.tu, debt j.s pi i.u in many piu-  .os us high as au ordinary  build  ing,   telephone,   telegraph    and  Company men busy,  and poopla  walking about ov  tho   hnudruds  It is fortimato that the break did  not occur, earlier ir  l.Miugh Mitchel, of -Vancouver,  was in town last week lenewing  old acquaintances.  Mr. Snyder'"  Expected Here  V.  JVL C. ,A. Secretary  .Will     Probably   Be  Here Next Week  It is expected (hat Mr. Sny-  der, the Western Secretary of  Y. M. C. A., wiil \iut Cumber  land inside of next two weeks,  wheu he will address a public  meeting iu the interests of the  Y. M. C. A. The finance comit-  tee report very satisfactory progress, there being now, about  #ioop'in sight. Canvassers have  beeu 'appointed; for the different  districts in' town and surroundings, and a systematic canvass  will be made in the near future.  As the cause is such a wor'hy  one, it goes without saying that  the canvassers will receive a  hearty welcome and will add  a substantial amount to the present fund.  COMMUNICATIONS.   o     ���������  Editor Cumiikklani) Nkws;  Sir:*���������In reference ton state  ment made by tho Islander ropro-  sentativc who visited tho public  school, and printed in tho Inlander  of Fob. 10th inst. "Tho floors  were intact. Thoro waB nocrackn  through which a child's foot  might slip and a log be broken,"  I, consider that has reference to a  statement made by mo at tho  council mooting of Jan. 2flth. I  can prove any statement 1 made  nt  that   mooting  or  o'.Hewl.ero,  of men's clothing; HATS,  MEN'S & WOMEN'S BOOTS &  SHOES, ETC.     .   *   For 10 Days Commencing Pay-Day,  Saturday, Feby. 17.  The CORNER STORE  J. N. McLEOD      GEM MERCHANT  ^ Watch our Windows for Prices.  Dunsmuir Avenue  _t_aB_iB_aK^acig.>r;������--CT fexm  THE- CANADIAN BANK..  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L., President          ^xanderjlair^^ _ L  The legislature of Saskatchewan, by a vote of 27 to 12,  approved of reciprocal   trade rela  tions with the United States,  The Eagles are making preparations for their 2nd ai nual  ball and banquet to be given in  ihe Cumberland Hall ou the evening of Easter Moudsy,  Manager Lawrence of the Big  Store returned on Tuesday night  from a business trip to Vancouver,  CAPITAL, - $10,000.000 REST,-   $8,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The/Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive, deposits, of $1 and  Upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. Thero is n*^  delay ih withdrawirigf'the whole Or any portion of the deposit. S:n;u.  deposits are welcomed. a?.s4  Accounts'may be opened in the names of two or moro persons, fo . ���������  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.   A j,;" .*��������� ..-v., .  of this kind saves expense in establishing' the owner..!.!]';; ...' >'r    ���������������������������  after death, and is especially useful when a man (l.sir..*-  'n ;..���������,'-���������:    ...  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event. * '.>   .;.���������:���������?��������� ��������� ���������*.  CUMBERLAND BUAN0H .....W.T   V,'_::"V    ���������**.>.  ���������-���������  CAMPIJELI, RIVER"  ITEMS.  W J, Goard| the piano tuner  of Vancouver, paid Cumberland  a flying visit today. Mr. Goard  will be here about the end of  March ou his regular triq.  Dr. Kerr, dentist,  Cumberland Hotel.  is  at   the  The output 1 f coal from local  mines fot the month of January  was 51.516 tons,  A qiiartor-Bection of land own  od by a resident at  Duncan  Bay,  recently changed hands for   $18,-  000.  Burnett lagging Company  bave Btnrtod operations again.  It is rumored tliat English  oapiitilists aro golug to dovolp tlio  coal nt Campbell Rivor.  Duncan Bay expects a boom' in  tho near futuro.  near futuro.  S. 8. Cowiohau, now brings a  mail on Thui.days.  _ ���������o- ' -  The eoal trains arc again making their regular trips to the  Bay.  ������1M  The best place for a mud bath  outside "the lower portion of  Dunsmuir Avenue, is the Union  Hay road.  i.  New Organ For  St.Georges Church  Presbyterian      Churc -.a  To In������tal Pipe Or^M.  Tliu Board of Alaniijjor*'   (*f St.  ���������Ooorgo'fi. iVofibytnrian     Church i  hnvo    completed    .arrangements  w'th The Geo. A. I/lotchor'Mimic Company, of Nunaimo. B, C.,'  through thoir special  represent.*  live, Mr.'D. A.'TIioiuhs, for  tbo  instalation   in  lheir church 01   a  boantifiil K^lcy Pipe organ.    Tli-'  choice ;>f an  K^tcy orgiiu C<*.;."-  J'l'tny'rj     pI'Oill.cUoli    <i������-i;:'st������M IT'- 1  till? good jli'',;.!i''ii".-!'1   ^'I"    I'i'Mi.  of Manager* of-iin* ch--:.!;, .'*..-.  hy   tin:.   Hiiisfiicii'iii   ^ ii������-i) ������������������*. *;  with   the lif.M*y"Oi<;.M(} "������������������������������������:^     :>..���������.  been in list* in iho   e.l.i;,. h    .   i i>  pawl eiglit  ycai������,       ," c; v  will \m niacb' lo h:*' ������������������ ::;..���������   ;.���������"  gun   in ri'iKiiiNv*   i'.*. ��������� ���������,..   V. ������.-,*������������������������������������  Day ffiviiM  t'.'.  HERK ISNT MUCH TO BE SAl!) ABOUT KKW PnirVsl  OF STYLK TN TlUC   SPRING  it is the absolute reliability ol' the  CLOTHING   MODHJ.S, wm
Author of   '
"Dan  nnd  Anolher," "A Tangle-
Web,"    "Sin  of Alison   Peering,"  etc.,  etc.
London,  Melbourne)  and   Toronto.
The Verdict.
"Ho hoiu-st with me���don't try io soften mutters.   1 would rather have the
hare truth.    You can   give   mo   no
"I���um afraid I can Rive you no
hope."    ('
There was hesitation in the reply,
and Oliver Dynecourt, who, on account of his advanced, pioneer >vork
and hi. during operations, had -.been
specially recommended to Miles
Hernesley, looked squarely into the
eyes of his patient, and looking he
felt an odd throb of admiration for
the man who could receive so quietly
���such a verdict as had just been pronounced.
"You can suggest, no operation ?
Nothing that can cheek tho disease?"
Again Oliver Dynecourt,hesitated perceptibly before replying, and his
eyes travelled from the face of the
man opposite him to the sycamore
tree outside his window, almost.'as
though he sought inspiration for his
reply fromvthc green shoots that were
"'struggling ^outwards to the April-sunlight. "
"I���am afraid," ho began again,
"that no operation is possible; there
is nothing I can suggest. I am speaking very crudely, very honestly, as
you have asked mc to do--I do not
know of any way in which the disease
fan he arrested. 1 wish 1 could���have
.. His eyes came back from the green
leaves of the sycamore to fix themselves once more upon the man who
.faced him, and for a long moment the
two men looked silently into each other's eyes.
Miles Hernesley sat very still, perhaps the very" stillness gave evidence
of suppressed emotion���for no man,
however strong in character, can hear
unmoved what is virtually a sentence
nf detith, but beyond that stillness
I here were no signs of perturbation
in the man's bearing. His grey eyes
did not flinch under the young surgeon's gaze; his colour did not
change; only the already lirmness,
and the hand that rested on his knee
closed_ so tightly that it, seemed    to
had spent fifteen years of his life in
eoldiering, and perhaps much fron-
;Ier warfare, and many hairbreadth
escapes, had imbued him with a larg-
ur shar.o of courage than falls to the
lot of most men. And yet the facing
of death in the heat and excitement
of a' fight needs courage of another
quality from that which kept thisi
man quiet and apparently unmoved,
whilst he faced the prospecfof a lingering and painful jleath from disease.
His grey eyes looked steadily into
Dynecourt's'alert dark ones���ho had
always been reckoned an observant,
man-���a good judgo of his fellow-beings,, and in judging Dynecourt to be
unusually clever and with more than
the average gift for diagnosis, ho had
judged correctly. Thoso keen oyes
of the surgeon, those capable hands
with tholr Iirm yet gentle, touch, and
their finger-tips that almost 'seemed to
ho endowed with life���had at onco
dlscovorcd tho sourco ol' mischief in
hlH vigorous frame, had gone unerringly to (he very root of the trouble.
���Not. for iv single moment did Miles
ijornesloy doubt tlie verdict that, had
���fallen so hesitatingly from the other's
ltps; his silence implied no questioning, it only signilled a gathering up
of IiIh forces to make un adequate re
ply to so momentous   an
grcal deal."
"Fer���a year'.'" A little .mile hovered over Honiesley's face, a little
smile thai held a uace���only a tiny
trace of hiiloniess.
".So much can ho dono in a .ear,"
the ^llier 'man answered very gently, j
a fla:;h of piiy pas-sin*. from his dark!
eyes to those steady    grey    ones,    a ;
'pang of pity contract inn his lu'ari, as!
��� ji realization swept over him of what'
I this verdict nniht mean lo this other,]'
wlv) was yei in the prime vigour   of
1 manhood.
.    "Vos, a great deal can be done In a
. year," Hernesley spokf mere briskly,
tho bitterness lelt his smile ; a   curl-
.ously eager look suddenly lit up   his
face.   "1 had not thought of   that   at!
lirst, but a ftrcat deal can be done in a |
lyear."   lie drew in liis breath sharply, i
,as if an idea hud just leapt into   hie '
j mind���an idea, which,. Judging by tho j
I light in his'oyes,'���'��� gavo .him   strange
pleasure.     He    leant    forward    and
spoke with curious earnestness.
"Tell mt* ono other thing," lie said.
"H has only just occurred to me���that
j 1 might���that 1 could 1 ."muiih���tell
iino, this���would there he any objection to my marrying? Is iny state of
health such as fo make it justifiable?
Or should 1 bo doing a cruel wrong if
I asked a womun to sliaro this���oiie.i
yoar with me?"
"You are perfectly justified in marrying," Dynecourt answered quickly.
"The 'disease is hot hereditary; you
would be doing no'wrong whatever in
asking a womau to share your life���
you will not hand on any terriblo ,
heritage. And���forgive my plain
speaking���a woman who loves you
will bo far happier if you allow lier to
share that ono year with you, than
if you condemn her fo live apart
from you. She would be happier taking care of you, than eating hor'heart
out alone. <lt a stranger may offer advice, I should strongly ivdviso you to
"Thank you." The other man's
voice had become quiet again, the
eagerness had gone out' of It, and
though there was still a certain undercurrent of excitement in his voice
and manner, the almost boyishly triumphant" note was no longer there.
"Thank you," ho repeated slowly, rising from' his chair and looking round
the, unpretentious room as if he were
suddenly seeing it for the first time,
'I���am afraid 1 have given you a very-
bad quarter of an hour this morning.
Putting on the black cap must be a
thankless task." The littlo smile
that accompanied the words gave
Dynecourt more pain than if his patient had shown signs" of the white
feather, or taken his death* sentence
more hardly. . He also rose to his feet,
and held out his hand.
"To have to say. what I had to say
to you is a hard ..thing to do," he answered. "I wish I could have said
something different, or have put it
better���made, it easier for ..you."-y";
"I preferred the _naked truth plainly spoken," Hernesley replied quickly,
shillyshallying. I would always . rather know the worst at once. Under
all the circumstances. I suppose you
will not. want to see me again,"   lie
>s children
healthful and happy.
Give them u few clrop3 of
thb strengthening food-
| medicine every day and
wa^ch them grow.
Loss of Flesh
and many other .troubles
was tho only hlnderance 'in. the way
of that loug moment sue soiveu their
w'onder.   Turning abruptly from' hcr
contemplation of tho grey houses   a\
the other end of tiie back yard,   sh*;.
isaid to Maria:   .
��� "Tell the gentleman I ��� will    cqme
down in one. minute."   To her mothei
rhe said nothing until the door clos-
joil behind servant, and until, having
'poured tho medicine into   the   glass,
.lie brought It to Iho bed-side.
"I don't want to thwart you, Mother," she said then, "but���1 think it is a
���oily you want me to see Miles Ilerno-
"Why should it be a pity?" Mrs.
Carstairs' thin face Hushed, her mouth I
fell into peevish lines, her very eyes
acquired a fretful expression, "You j
uro so set on your 'own way, Doit/hy i
--you refused M'l.os, although oven j
then, beloro ho got the title and pro- j
perty, It would havo been anyhow bet.
her mother's words echoing ia lier
ears. ,.      . 4    .       ' =    . .     _""
"You don't* think of our comfort,
only of what you liko best yourself;"-
Y\"as 'hat, "thon, the couclusion of
.the whole matter? Was this the only
result of all that she had done,
and all she had foregone, for her fa
thcr and mothor? Thought .moves
very swiftly. Her slow descent of the
stairs gavo Dorothy time enough to
pass iu rapid review the years that
had gone by, slnco she had been au
irresponsible girl, looking forward to
tho leisurely peaceful future of a girl
of her class and position. ���
The crash had come liko a bolt
from tho blue. Even now she could
not remember without a shiver the
day when tho news had come to her
fut her of the loss of his money; the
day when sho had found herself forced to bear the brunt of* the trouble,
tor than the wretchedness, the misery j b��JCIU,8o her ,tl}th?r .was st) dovo,d ?l
we havo to endure. And now that u0 strength, and to iniirm of purpose to
lias succeeded hlsninclo-now that hoi 1)��" any-support, now that   hla   own
is.really a: splondid match, and
conies to see you In these awful lodgings���you actually, want to send him
away without hearing what ho has
come to say. , You are so���so unreasonable���so wayward."
"It Isn't waywardness, Mummy
dear." Dorothy's voice was very gentle, but Its musical tones held strength, as well as gentleness. "I would
most, gladly havo done what'you iind
Dad wished, and married Miles, when
he asked 'mo six months ago. But���
you know,-1 fold -you���-why it was impossible then. Tho, impossibility is
the-same how." ' .', ���'.���..".���
"I know, that''there was some ridiculous understanding with that tiresome
doctor mail; you met in the hospital,
but you said yourself it/was- nothing
more than a sort of understanding,
of her marriage, and Dorothy's ans- j You owned that he coulfan't marry you
wer had seemed to him to put an end I until he got a practice together; you
to his longings���until to-day with its ��� know it must mean years of waiting
sentence of death had awakened them j vand y.'it���you actually" refused Miles
all afresh. i Hernesley, I dohvt   understand    you,
Still threading,* his   way   . median iV Dorothy.   I never shall undersand you.
cally amongst the passing people,   he You professed to care, so much   /for
added turning back from the door, after having shaken hands with the surgeon; "there will be no object in seeing me again,", he ended, with again
that smile that stabbed at. Dynecourt's
heart.        ���'���������    '���'���,; /
"I should like to seo you again," tho
surgeon answered, "if.it would .not
trouble you to como from Hampshire,
I should like to see you in six ������month's
time."      .������'���������.'
"Not that you hold out any hope?"
"No���not that I hold out any hope.
My God, iiiiui���I wish I could." Dynecourt's professional manner' all at
onco slipped from him; he put a hand
impulsively on tho other's shoulder,
"But 1 should like to seo you���in eix
months' time���and meanwhlle--make
the most of your life; marry a woman who loves you, give her a happy
"Sot my houso m order boforo I
have to faco tho inevitable? I ���will
do my best," And- wringing Dyne-
court's hand again, Sir Miles passed
out of tho room and Into tho street.
Life was so very much   alivo   on
this April morning: thero was   ouch
iviVuounco-1au Intoxicating sense of spring in the
iimni������rrr'ailluHtTnc'' of"'his   mental !�����������"'' t'io very sunshine, tho   drifting
,? nco after   w iat     ad    ino Bly  v*'hito clouds, tho indescribable   frag-
on      iinon   his        Ir me do is >anco of growing things that camo   to
Sc. " viicn't ilu,    frleSS    Z | him from tho^vuvro^vnlen across tho
urged him to take heed   of   certain .voiwl���all those brought, back to Her*
nosley that, nightmuro sensation of unreality, it could not ho true that, in
a year 1'i'om how, piobably In less than
troublesome symptoms, and to    eon
Biilt an oliscuro surgeon with a rising
reputation, he had laughingly agreed, . ,,,,,,
to follow lhe   kindly   oouiikc! -more law; ho would ho laid away   with
because of Innate ' lovo   of   putting j***H /orhoars In <ho   country   church-
things in order, even when (lie dlH-i JFllnr��1,,in(,��,r ��io >i11,h at   Minmnoro ;
onhr wu�� onlv a ullj,'ht dorangom.mt:���������**>������ ���", ���} -vrar llt mail,  llBpluco would
in his own health, than Iiohuiho' ho.1*"0*' ]\m m "Hire,   Walking briskly
really Imagined Im wan suffering
from any seriuiin II1iii*hh. When In?
had I'litcred Dynecoiiil'ti unpreten-
tloim coiiHiilUng-ronm half tin hour
earlier, In* had merely fniwlwl that
���he doclor would onlor lilm a ooui'ho
of treatment, or poi'lmpa hodid iinlm-
portiint npoi'iilliui. That )m would
leave tin* room a iloonietl man, with
llm certainly that Im luul only a limit-
nil Hum lo live, was a poiwililllty that
had not dawned upon his wildest Im-
nt:!nalI'm; and cvon now, <|iili*tly as
ho slit ami looked Inlo llm surgeon's
face, he fell, ho wus purl of a bowlld-
i rin;'; nightman', from which In*
would proHriitly awake Inlo Iho coin-
inonpliu't m in*, .it every duy,
"You tIiini. 1 may probably reckon
on aiiollii*!' yi'iir of 1HV?" ho nald, aftor Ilinl long and j-lluil iiiomcnt.
"A yi'iir���-nl tin* otitiddi*," was tin*
I'fiply, "and- you iimsl reiimnihi'i', Sir
MM        :        ���-,       ....     .If   -i\     1   V".    '>'���''    1*11 Tt*     "(���>'*���
fftllliib|i> prophet��i. With oan>-���wltii
V:iy glial ttiu'M I IhiiiK >ou may
light tlm ilirti'asci for a yt'iir, bin. I can
only nay���-yon msiy ��h�� It."
Mlli'H' liiiltil Hiat still rested on bin
kim<\ clptii'luxl Ittwlf a   littlo    moro
tl.rl.llt-.    lll.lll.f   X\\i.    M"MI<ll(H*lll'   the   lllll-
"I hl:i lipK grew slrali;lil<.r, l.-ut. .still
hln <*,vi-h never faltcicd. I!
"I -shall lived very (pilotly," he
(iin;w<��i( il, "I Iki'i lh<^ t-ei'vlci) a yi'in
ngo, wlu*n I rucccrih'd my undo. The
pro'.oiiy iu lliiiiipsi'iiri* iu,"dt<l lhe,
aud I IVi I it ii-* my dut)  now    to   be
tiid i-  uai i  - ���'   Hi   Lu.I.i   .t...l   ... ii'.
nil mon. mpitily, ".My lift* at    M.uih-
11U.I\:   V.ill   l;t   t'l.:'   'if "  '���-.tlMlf.*'  :';!���'������
la imrfi ii *iiinoi.iiiliiii;i--; im v.t jtio*-,
no Htn���luioiiK worl:."
"Noiliii.r: c^ul.l I.i l.t:i'r," > lu-
���nu*;ti!ii Miiil iiulrkly. "A I'uulry ll;.1
upon (ttr. iirnli-niii- txi;rir.'-, i'ivi -h i.i
from woiry   .ill Dtrnu will In lp yji'. u
walked more slowly, whl,lst the
thought that had, first taken';'shape .in
his mind,during the momentous interview just over, developed itself moro
fully, took more definite form.
"Make the. must of your life . ...
marry a 'woman who loves you . . .
give her a happy home." The sur:,
geon's words repeated themselves
over and over again; it was, almost as
though he could, actually hear the
strong voice, vy.ith the masterful' accent, that betokened a strong man.
"Well,, it was only necessary to'alter
the. "wording of "Dynecourt's sentence
a little���instead, of "marry the w/'man
who loves you," to sjiy "marry the
woman you love"���and���the thing
was done���if he could persuade Dorothy to-do it. He was not���solely prompted either by rank selfishness: if lie
asked her to .do 'this"thing, he would;
not be asking it entirely to give himself' a year of happiness before the
darkness closed down upon him. Even
-though the vision'of having _Dorothy-_
with him as his wife, thi'ougVn^aTTasT
year left to him of life, set his. pulse.
throbbing and made the trees iii the
park dance mistily before his eyes, it
was not only of himself and his own
joy that'he thought. That flash of intuition that had come to him In'
Dynecourt's , consulting-room ., had
shown-him'that "it" would be in his
power to set the.woman he loved
abovo the reach of ..poverty and dis-
tress-*had shown him the possibility
of making;her future happy, at tho
cost pf that one year to be spent as
his wife. '
"Sho will have all the rest of-her
llfo lif which'-.to'-be'happy with the
man she loves," he reflected as, having walked down Piccadilly, ho turned
Into the park. "If sho will givo ino
this ono year���this short, short year
���I can leave her a rich woman. 1 can
givo her everything that will mako
Iter happiness possible with���tho other follow���the follow alio loves.' But
���before I can, do it~De��ore 1 .can
help her, she must be my-wlfo. 1 shall
go straight away now, and, ask her
if she will bo'my wlfo."        '   ; :'->n^\
your poor father and me���and .yet������
you flung away.the chance of helping
us���when the chance came."
Dorothy moved away from the bedside, and straightened heself with a
weary gesture of actual physical fatigue, and a curiously hunted look crept
into her eyes. Wrhen her mother's
voice flowed oil in those fretful accents, when the stream of nagging
words continued without break or
pause, a kind of; numbness was apt to
settle, upon Dorothy; her very soul
'seemed .paralysed, she felt dazed aud
speechless. .-':>������'���;" '���.
"I know" you pose' as a dutiful daughter, sacrificing herself to her pjvr-
ents," Mr.. Carstairs' voice rose into
bitterness, "I know' you are supposed
to have given rup ,.a promising career
to come and take care of your poor
old father and mother. But all those
people who think so much of you don't
understand how set you really are on
your own will, how determined you
ficing yourself; you'don't think, of our
real comfort���only of what you. like
best yourself." "."���'..''���
."Perhaps I had better just go down
and see Miles," Dorothy.put in quite-
ly, when for an instant the stream of
words ceased. "You have your book
and there is nothing else you wivnt
is there?" y
"Oh! no���nothing." Mrs. Carstairs'
voice tried to be sarcastic, and did not
wholly succeed. " My bed and my
hook���they aro all I ought .to want.
Thero is nothing more l have any
business to ask for, I ',',
The closing words of her sentence
fell on,empty air, for before she
reached' her peroration her daughter
had left tho room, and was slowly descending tho narrow dark sttrcase,
'_ ���_ _i__j ;	
'Merr>l>er  Standnrtf   (Stock  and 'Minjn.
Correspondence Inr I toll.
down iho street in tin- h.iukIi!;;**, i.lm
fiurgcon's vordlft seonied ahmini ami
ImpoHtilhU*; and-oxcepilDg for llioai
low troulilosomi) hyinptonis, ho foil. h*>
well, ho vigorous, ho Hilly able lo livo
his liio, that ilnalli nppeni'eil vory re-
inolo nml 1'ur away. Anil yet���Dyne-
court allowed no loopholo lur. doubt
ho hud given him a year lo* live���-\
year���possibly Iobh, but cerliilnly no
A year?
"So u.nch can bo done In a year."
Dyiiocoiii't'i) words boat th'UIhcIvuk
upon hln brain, whilst lio lliroudod his
way along Hie lloiul Slri'it piivcnieiil,
hln'oyots seeing nothing ol' what wa,-;
imtiHllii. around him. bin oars dulled
to all sounds hut tho Hun.oon'n deep,
dcoliilvn volco: "Ko much can bo dono
In a year . . . ��'i woinn.i who loves
you will ho far happier II you nllow
iter to iihiirit that ono year with you,
llm, If von I'l'iifloiuii her to llvw apart
from you . . . ship would be happlor
taking ciiio ni j'tii (ii.i/i LiViiufi mt
hcurt out alone."
Yes���hut mipponliiK the womnn ho
loved-  did not  love hini?    Hupposlng
ibIwi luul uo wlsli to sluiio IiIh liio,   or
take onn* of   him?      t4u.nn>:iin,v    hiu*
wore happii'i'  witimiu    linn'.'      AViuii
I then?    Ho hud no right tlm', lo coi'i*
idoiiin Inr to livo witli lilm.   And   in-
Iho vory w.'II know, Dorothy CaiMtalrs
linri',1  asiiiiri'illy  would noi    cut    hor
! iifftrt out if i:ln* did not marry   him,
; Doroth;.' win no co.i.ik t.*o; iho wai not
:[-,    ���,'':'.:,,,".  '�����  \i,.'.'i  '-"''!i    ���'���'>'"    ri:in,
Mov.iri!*: h"!  ono moment    and    cold
lli>.   IH'* I ���   '.'id   win !l    ' lv   lirilltlri     lif-
fnio, t In* had rt fn; '-il hiri|, rlu* luul
limn' :-!i with a ih'llulii ik'iw aiiil a
��� -. i ,-.n\ ihal i"ui- I'.hu n-> rli'.hl or
it a��� t,:i I') t'lp,..':'* :-ll" ���, ���.nihl <M or
ha.n;" ),"r iniiul. Sim "uud lolil liiin
jt'-.iu   />.-.?, uvMf-if.r mwt -���t.-.'.-.i. p:,v"rty
"My Wife For a Year."
"There's a gentleman lnu he sitting-
room says 'o must speak to you;', 'o
won't keep you long���-but 'o wains to
seo yer,"
Maria, tho grimy slavey, of, a g:imy
lodglng-houso, put hor head .round tho
bedroom door, held, half open'with a
nonchalance of which aim. wan.... past,
mistress, and delivered, hor message
to a tall woman who stood by tho window pouring, medicino Into tv glass?"
"Did,tho gontlonuin givo no nanus
Maria?" asked the woman, her gentlo
voice contrasting oddly with tlio rusp-
lng cockney accents of iho maid of
all work,
"Only said, 'Toll Miss Cnvstaii'H nn
old frlond from .Mnimuioro.would lil;o
to spc'iik to hor,' Thut'ii itU,""liui'l���
no inline," ���������..:.
Tho woman by Iho window pniifi.rt
In her disk, tho hand ihat held tho
bottlo trembled, a littlo, and hor ivin
glanced quickly from the girl nt tho
hiilf-opon door to fho elderly woman
who lay In tho bod propped up with
pillows. It. wns tho wo uum in the uvd
who spoko,
"Oh, Dorothy!" sho nald breathlessly, a catch in hor volco," Ml. nuint> he
Miles; porluips ho ban conic, to���--"
"1 can't koo hlui, motlirr," fho othor
woinffn broke in hurriedly. "I don't
know why ho ha:i conic, but I can'.
soo lilm," ,
"lhirofliy!" ' The liroathlon�� voice
died nwiiy 'Into a nol't ni'-iin, I ho Hick
woman looked'nt her daughter with a
ii-li.-.U. "-olid r,t iniiiiiu iii hoi* I'iidod
bluo eyes, "Ho would not havo cuino
unii!.'.j iio i-iu I'.'jiii. *w.i> ,-,i.i-ii n.,f,:ii
-v.h! Dnroiliy-������iioii't- "
The fuHhor'opening of   the   door,
and a moio oNtondnl vis-ion ot Mnriiv's.
iii'iibliy pink frock, grubbier fnco, and
iriurnl  eves,  luoiu.ht .Mi*ti,    ('ui'fluii'ij'
b'callilcfifi, hi.-miatmg reiueaoo   m , a
conclusion, but the appeal in lur i yon
was, poi'liapH, all tho moro   iuteif.ic,
bocuHKC' of thu BViddon iilU'iicliig of hor
j voice.    l'��>r it inonio'.it, thoro v.a.i ull-
onco In the bare Ill-furnished rooi.i, a
jcllciico duiinn which Dorothy Inokod
.(.���.it. ..t the huy and dronry v.-tlh on.
Iho opponlto hou::n:i, whilst tho woman
hi  iff bfil  ���uni tho i'ii) bv Hip door
��� lookedeil ill hor, each woiulei'lni!; In l��vr
jov.n fashion what Iho mil womaii fiy
; lh*,* wimliuv iliti mlod to do. A' t!i._. ( u,|
FREETo Evorv Reador
riila beautiful
^Coia Pin and. Broach
Just send ten cents (silver or
stamps) and-two cents In Btampa   to*
wards tho -shipping expenses.
M.MI-RKHIl, Dopt. W, 107 Victoria St.
whoso springs also belonged to'a happier past; the wax ornaments on tho
mantelpiece, and tho cupboard, whoso
glass doors allowed a vision of nondescript and sufllclently hideous china
to be seen���all*these neutralised the
effect of Dorothy's fow photographs
and books.
Miles Hernesley stood besido the
lireplace, his eyes fixed expectantly ou
the door, and as the girl's tall figure
entered ho took two quick steps forward, then stopped .hort, catching
his breath sharply.
'^Vhy do you look so ill?'' he exclaimed, giving her tio more conventional greeting, only looking down
at her with an eager, almost, hungry
glance, beneath which tno colour
mounted slowly to her white cheeks.
" Not ill���only���tired," she answer-
<-'d, holding out her baud, with an obvious wish to draw him back,to the
safe grounds ' of conventionality.
" Mother slept badly last night1-! was
with her a good deal. 1���just look
sleepy���that's all."
"It. Is not ."11," he an,:.vorod abruptly: "you look worn'oul. Are they
killing you between them? "
"No���oh! No, of course not." She
smiled, and her smile was like a dagger in Miles' heart. "Only everybody must bo tired sometimes,, and
1 have been extra busy lately���and--"
" 1 cai_e to-day for rather a special
reason," he broko in suddenly, interrupting her stuv.bllng sentence,
and Coming iv stop nearer to her, but.
standing still again when he saw how
she shrank back from him flushing
vividly. " I would not have come at
all, Dorothy, much less would. I have
come to worry you���but ��� for
somethkig very unexpected which
has happened."
" Something ��� unexpected ? "
repeated his words from sheer
vousness, for the expressi'M In
j eyes set her heart athrob with
lost ho should be there to rc-open the
old question which she hud hoped
was closed for ever.
" I am not here just to pay an afternoon visit," Miles said, smiling u little uncertainly. " When���six months
ago���you told me you could not car*
for me, as I wanted you to care, 1
went away, meaning never to see
you for a very long time. I knew���
we could not be���only friends. It had
to" be everything���or���nothing��� and
you���decreed-that it should bo nothing."" .
(To bo Continued.)
weakness and easy easy good nature
had wrecked his family fortunes.
AVhilst-as for Mrs. Carstairs--she had
promptly sunk Into fretful Invalidism,
from which nothing had since been
able to rouso her.   Just a trifle had
been"saved from the general   wreckage, just enough lo tavi- them   Irom
.actual'beggary, and Dorothy had givr
en up a .promising hospital career to
live with and tako caro ot tho two old
people.   They   needed   nursing���sho
was trained to give it them; and   to
bring grist to the mill she undertook
as much fliassago work as she could
do in the intervals of caring for her
,l'retful mother, and cheering her depressed and feeble   father.     It   was
small wonder,  then,  that her    face
had grown thin and white, that there
were deep shadows undor her oyes
and that she moved with a languid
step, curiously unlike   tho   buoyant
vigour of movement which In former
days had seemed tov her friends   so
characteristic of her buoyant nature.
-On the landing outside their   sitting-room door she paused a moment
and looked into the street below. It
was ono of those drenVy thoroughfares
along which no traffic of interest ever"
seems to pass, whoso houses are almost entirely let in apartments, and
occupied, by people who struggle nev-
er-endingly to make two   far   apart
ends meet-���a street whos1)    general
aspect can be described only by the
ono word���sordid.
"I wonder wtiy ..Tiles   has   come,"
Dorothy reflected, lier thoughts turn
ing to the visitor, the friend of   her
childhood and youth, who only a fewr
months before,had asked her to   bo
bis wife.    "If onljj he will just   go
back'to the old, friendship if will   be
all right,,but���I couldn't bear to have
to, refuse him; again���and I couldn't,
say anything but. no���Oliver is more
to me than all.ihe world.""'
Sighing, she turned from her   Contemplation of tho   desolate   outside
world,0andt opening the door, entered
the room, which, in spite cf all   her
.effor,t8_to_makeLi���Lhome;like, remajned
an    uncompromising      lodging-house
The round table   which   she   had
banished from the centre of the room
to, the window had an air of being out I    Teacner. -Now Tommy, what is a
of place and resenting the1*fact; the j hyprocnte?
horsehair sofa, obviously guiltless   of!   'Tommy.-A boy    that    comos
springs, and its companion armchair, I school with a .mile on his face.
Tommy.-- You'm noi so awful home-
-lv:-��~l���know���two- or_-thrcc���other���girlB-
ihat aron't so   much    better   lookin'
than yot'.   ���
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CHASE'S OINTMENT  To people who havo used internal  treatment in an effort to curo eczema  it is almost beyond belief what benefit can ho obtained by a few applications of this soothing, healing ointment.  It is seldom that the causo of ec-  stoma can bo determined, but one thing  is certain, the itching must bo stopped  and the sores healed up.  Theso\results are secured by the  use of Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment/  Tho Itching is relieved almost Instantly, and you will bo surprised at the'  healing which-*"A'ill take place 'ovor  night.       . ���������;,.���������  A little patience and, porsistont  treatment with Dr. Chase's Olntmont  will give you more practical and definite results than a whole lot of dosing  with Internal medicines. You can see  "how tlio Ointment heals. Tho other  Is guesswork.  Mr, Goorgo Potorson, South Bay,  Ont,, writes:���������-"I wish to communlcato  to, you tho .groat honei'it I rccoivod  from using Dr. A. W. Chaso's Ointment. For years I suffered with a  groat skin disease on my head, a sort  ot cczoma. I tried four doctors, glv*,  ing vonch tx fair trial, but got no hotter. In fact, tho dlseaso spread to my  left arm.  "I saw Dr. Chaso's Olntmont advertised and bogan using It. Porsistont  uho of this treatment has entirely ourod me, and I glvo you a statement of  my caso with pleasure,-"an. I hopo  thoroby to Induce somo other sufferer to try tho same Dr. Chaso's Ointment," ���������'.'-,  Becauso this olntmont has mado 1U.  world-wide reputation hy curing tho  most obvoro and .loiiR-Btniulfiig casos  of eaaoma and plloa is no reason why  you should overlook lis scores of ubob  In "ilio rollof of Itching and Irritation  of the skin.  Div A. W. Chaso's Ointment, fiO  cents a box, at all dealers, or Ediiian-  son, Bates ������_ Co,, Limited, Toronto.  "Is ho an optimist?"  "I should say ho is. Ho still insists that some day a rich widow is  going to fall In love with him."  ' Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by- local applications, as they cannot reach tlit* dls-  tascd portion- ot the car. There Id only one way to  euro deafness, and that l*i by constitutional remedies.  Deafness ti caused by an inflamed condition ot the  mucous lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When thte  tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it la entirely closed, neatness 13 the result, nnd unless the Inflammation can be  taken out and this tubo restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases  out of ten arc cawed by Catarrh, which la-nothing  but an Inflamed condition ot the mucous surfaces.  Wo will givo One Hundred Dollars for any, case ol  Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured  by Ilall'f Catarrh Cure.  Send tor circulars, frco.  F. J. CHENEY _ CO., Toledo, O.  Sold hy DruRRlsts, 75n.  Tako Hall's Family Tills for constipation.  Ii?ram"^^So_yew'wh"e"afd~Reub~"Jeh-"  kins wuz dead, eh?  S'-Jas.���������Waal, not exactly that he  wuz dead���������-but I hoard several folks  down the Centre speakin' well of him.  IF YOUR  BABY  IS SICK  GIVE BABY'S OWN TABLETS  The littlo ills of babyhood and childhood should bo treated promptly, or  they may provo serious. An occasional dose of Daby's Own Tablets will  regulate the stomach ^uid bowels and  keep your littlo ouos vv,oll; Or thoy  will promptly, restore health if sickness comes unexpectedly..;'..Mrs, Le-,  hora M. Thompson, Oil Springs, Ont.;  nays:���������"I have used- Baby's Own Tab-  lots for my little girls as occasion required,' and havo found them always  of tho greatest, help. No mother, in  my opinion, should bo without the  Tablets." Sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 conts a box from  Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine -Co.-,  Brockville, Ont.   '  quickly stops cbuilhs, ciires colds, licels  tho Ihro.t a_d luufj.-j  ������5 cents.  "I should like to open an account  at this bank it you please."  "Wo shall be glad to accommodate  you, madam. What amount do you  wish to deposit?"  "Oli, I mean a charge account, such  as I have at the dry goods stores."  "I havo three husbands to support,"  pleaded the ragged beggar woman.  "What���������you are a bigamist?"  "No, sir.   One husband's mine, and  the others belong to my two daughters." .v  In the causes of   infant   mortality  cholera,___morb.us______figui^_s__J_requently,.  and it may bo said that complaints of  tho bowels are great destroyers of  child life. If all mothers would avail  themselves of so effective a remedy  as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial many a little one could bo saved.  This Cordial can bo given with safety  to tho smallest child, as thero is no  injurious substance In it.  Cliolly.���������What's the time old chap?  I'vo an Initiation lo dlnnor at so'cn  mil my watch Isn't going."  GubbIo.���������"Why wasn't your watoh  Invited too, douh hoy?"  * ". novor yet saw a man wlio talked  llko the horo of a story," nald Mrs.  nobson.  "Woll, ropllod her liimhniid, "I  nover finw a womnn who looked llko  tho picture In a 'Ladlofi* Journal."  W.N.U.  No. 87������  Woman Starts, Man Ends.  < ,'Iho woman may bo the ono who  starts tho lovo affair, but nlno times  out of ton It la tho man who onds it.  Mlnard'o liniment cures garget in cows  Mrs. Thompson.���������I had Bitch a cold  that I couldn't speak for* threo days.  Mrs. Slator.���������How you must have  suffered!  They Cleanse^ Whllo They Cure.���������  The vegetable compounds of which  Parmoloo's Vogotablo Pills aro composed, mainly dandelion and man-  drako, cloar tho 'stomach and Intos-  Unos of deleterious matter and roBtoro  llio deranged organs to hpalthful action, llonco thoy aro tho bust remody  for indlgosllon avallablo to-tlay. A  trial of them will establish tho truth  of this asBortlon and do moro to con-  vlnco tho ailing than anything that  can ho written of thoso pllln.  "What has become of that man who  used to say ho wna a sorvunt of the  people?"  "Tho peoplo hail to let him go," replied tho Intelligent, voter, "Mo got  to ho ono of pilose hired men who  aland around tnlkla' whon thoy ought  to bo at work."  "Your tickots wero complimentary,  woro they not?"  "Well," replied tho man, who had  seen a painfully amateur entertainment, "I thought they were until I  saw the show."  Mlnard's Liniment Cure* Diphtheria.  Caught at Last  Friend.���������I suppose It was hard to  loso your daughter?  Father.���������Well, it, did soom hard at  first, but, Just as wo wero about to  givo up hopo, sho landed this fellow,  The Woman Alive  to lier own lest.interests,���������as soon  ns there is need, will help her whole  ..system' with", the tonic action of  BEECHAM'S  '  PILLS   -  AH women Bhould read the special  directions with overy box,  Sold Everywliert, In bo-cei 28c  THE FLORAL DEPARTMENT  Side Lights on a Good Work  Being  Carried on by the C. P. R.  We often think of the term, "Beauty  versus Business" but you will luul  that beauty unij business go hand iu  hand with one of tho great corporations of Canada. You havo only to  tako a run over tho Canadian Pacific  Railway Lines, North West and east,  taking in the minor branch lines as  well,,, and you will find that nearly  all the stations, large and small, have  undertaken to" beautify tho grounds  by Agents whose wives ami families  are now so interested in this pleasant  occupation, that each year sees added beauty aud enlarged areas of the  limited spaces of grounds of depot  and station houses that aro given over  to the cultivation of flowers.  Tho Canadian Pacuic Railway  Company is tho first in all the American Continent to attach importance to this, tho artistic sldo of a  money-making business; and it  speaks well for a day and generation,  given over to tho worship of tho Dollar, that this, the Dollar, is mado to  givo to the traveller���������pleasure, to the  toiler���������pride, and to the Company a  special Dopartment in this most unusual lino.  The Floral Dopartment of the C.P.  R. has its busy hive of departmental  workers, just as tho heavy Traffic  management has its own, From the  floral Dopartment twice each year  goes, the daintily packeted seeds and  the bulbs" and roots which are, later,  mado to enliven and to ornament the  dull places of common earth. Twice  each year come in "returns" in the  shape of reports from tho various  agencies, and tho correspondence filed show how much interest has been  aroused in the minds ot ino workm.  man���������interest in beautifying and improving where . nature has most  scarcely given her favors.  Tho Floral Department provides  tho seeds and bulbs to the station'  agents, and the station agents "he-  u\teu wanes': plane ami v,uu._, tram  and coax tho budding blossoms which  later give so much enjoyment to (he  .no who does the work as to the  passer-by. _ People passing by mark  tho tiny garden spot lovingly tended  by busy hands, and, passing on, carry with tlu-m���������the perfumed thought  of that infinitesimal Eden of the  prairie wilds. "What a beautiful  spot" this the joyous exclamation  heard when the rushing engine slackens speed at some out-of-the-way spot  in a wilderness of firs and pine and  rock, for, where the rock conquers,  you will find these tiny gardens, and  it is told of one especial spot along  the bleak shores of Lake Superior  ���������where the station agent and liis wife  having received . the smail packeis  with the requost .that they, should  "put them in tho garden" burst out  laughing, saying, "A garden, a g-a-r-  d-o-n^ what the CJP.R. _shpuld_send us.  is'a "goartbtliis rocky place." But  that evening, when.the shadows lengthening fell, and the two, man and  wife, were sitting at the tow browed  door, and tho great Silence of the  place weighing thought and heart  htavily down, the woman said "I've  a notion to carry enough earth from  the valley over there to mako a small  bed to plant these garden seeds in."  'Very well," said the husband, "It'll  pass the time anyway." So the two,  basket in hand, wont down the lone  trail and they carried earth to where  the rock rebelled,- and presontiy the  dull grey of. rock and the parched  greens of hemlock aiid spruco wero  enlivened, not to say shocked, Into  smiles to flno: red and pink and whito  and; yellow blossoms rising up as a  song might rise above a heavy sigh.  To-day mat littlo lake bound haunt,  a..station along the great highway to  the Pacific Coast, has become a beauty spot of Canada.  This yoari" _ 9.11, n Section Foreman's wifo in Agazziz, B.C., a woman  who,, being tho mother of thirteen  children, must havo small timo for  gardening, horo off tho first ' prlao  ol'forod each yoar by tho railway for  tho "best" garden.  Almost a Mlrnole  Dr, Black, of tho Nottingham Oon-  oral Hospital has told a romarkahlo  story In tho Nottingham County Court  of a minor who has lived nnd walkod  about for flvo yours with a broken  back, without tho fact hoing Hiispoctod  until recently, when un X-ray photo-  Kniph rnvnalnd It, Tho bono hnd. of  coiii'ho, uot, boon misplaced.  "What Is an anecdote, pa?"  "An anocdoto, my non, Is a short  and funny lain whloh at onno vonilndH  llio othor follow of a talo which In  neither short nor funny."  Corns crlpplo tho foot and mnko  walking a tortnro, yot. suro rollof In  Iho sliapo of IlolIoway'H Corn Curo is  within roach of all,  "flood earning powor on llio him-  liand'u part and good caving power In  tho wlfo���������thlH goon a long way to-  wn nl h ninkln/f hmrio happy."  Tho spcakei' was the local parson  who had nowly united a loving pair  and was now holding forth at. tho  wedding dinner.  "ln rt -word," ho continued, "tho Iiiih-  hand should mtxtm tho money flret,  ond thon the wlfo should make It Inst."  BfllAR,  FOR SALE   BY*  XLL  DEALERS  Our Latest Booklet  Frae on Hoquamt.  Tho Hnyeo Broo. Ltd.,  "��������� Depi.  8,     Toronto,  The second  edition of'the  "Dictionary  of Heating" is  i������o*,v i'Cuvly {ui  distribution  ERMN WORKERS  vho get little exercise, feel better all round for  an occasional dose of  **  bt__  NA-PHU-CO" Laxatives  They tcne up'the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse tht  system and clesr the brain. A new, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared  by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.'  25c. a box. If you: druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and  we will mall them.  NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY  OF'CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL:   21  mux*  I'll send Dominion Express  Money Orders  ���������that,swhatrildo,>  A happy solution of the gift problem.  Dominion Express Money Orders are cashed  anywhere on this continent. If lost, stolen or  destroyed, you may have the money refunded  or a new order issued, free of charge.  Ii sending Christinas money abroad, use  Dominion Express Foreign Cheques. They are  issuec1 in the money of the country on whicli  drawn and cashed without charge.  Don't risk money iu a letter���������especially  during the Christmas "rush". Use Dominion  Express Money Orders or Foreign Cheques���������the  safest' and most convenient way of remitting  Bopm������ ^..  money to all parts of,the world.  On salo in all  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  Also at Drug Stores, etc.  conveniently located in the larger towns.  22  STATIONS  Try Real  Shaving Comfort  N������  This triple silver-  plated razor with  2 nickel-plated,  blade boxes and  12 double-edged  blades in handy  case������������������  ������������������-Pricer$5.00  rocket Editions, $5.00 lo $640  Combination Sets, $6.50 np.  matter how good a shave  x ^ you have ever had, you have  never really . known Shaving  Comfort if you have not used the  Gillette Safety Razor  NO STROPPING-NO HONING, absolutely  safe. The Gillette Safety Razor is niways ready  nnd you can use it es fast as you like.  A few rapid, sweeping strokes over your face and  you're shaved.  The   Gillette   sliave   Is   clean,   quick,   safe   cimJi  economical.    Suits every man, because vou can  adjust, tho flexible blade to the toughest heard ot  the tetiderest face.  Your dealer should be able to sliow you tha  different slvles, or a catalogue.   If he'eauuet,  ___,v.'rite_ *_-_lrcct, .Wc,Avill,Eee-that-_-you-ar8-_  supplied.  Gillette Safely Razor Co. ol Canada, Limited  OUlce and Factory, 63 St. Alexander St.. Montreal  WO STROPPING - NO HONINO  313    onL-oytu  Equals  Tho Rov. Anna Howard Shaw said  recently. In Philadelphia of an opponent of co-education:  'Torhnps ho objects nocaiiBo ho is  a.waro that orjual education doos away  with man's superiority. Tho average  man of course, won't ho superior to  tho avorago woman when thoy aro  both equally woll oducatod. Ills as-  covtlons won't bo accopted then un-  quoBtlonlngly. "    .  "Indeed, his assertions aro already  bogliiiitiitf to bo Mtioslloned horo anil  thoro, Thus thoro was a youiiK chap  at Iho noa nhovo last month, who, on  bolnp. rofused by a beautiful rIi*], said:  '"Vou havo hrolcon my hoarl.'"  "Hut tho ulrl, a medical student,  laid hor whllo hand llKhlly on his  breast a moment and then shook hor  hood and said:  " 'No, thoro Isn't tho loast ovldonco  of organic lesion. I noticed a slight  palpitation, duo, no' doubt., lo the ox������  cosslvo uso of cboivt) .Ij/aroltcs, but  oUionvlso tho organ ls qulto perfect.'"  The Ideal  Reading Lamp  t Opticians agree that the light from a good oil lamp is  easier on the eyes than any other artificial light.  The Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp mdd������.  It gives a strong, yet soft, white light; and it never flickers. It preserves the eyesight of the young; it helps and quickens that of lhe old.  You can pay $5 ,$.10, or $20 for olher lamps, but you cannot get  better light than lhe low-priced Royo gives,  Made of solid brass, nickel-plated. Easily lighted, without removing shade or chimney.   Easy to clean and rcwick.  Dttlcri everywhere; or writo for dcicriptivo circular direct to tny obc'ic*/ al   '������������������...  Jhe Imperial Oil Company, Limited  Tho owner.���������-Tn my now houso T  want a slinplo broakfast room In addition to tho moro elaborate dlnlnj.  room.  Tho architect,���������-! soo. What you  want Is an oatmeal mush room and a  Krlllod mushroom room,  "Vou say you aro your wife's third  hushnnd," snld one mnn to nnoibor  dui'liu? a talk.  ".Wi, Tin J lur fuurlii liut.bami," waa  tho reply.  "Heavens, man," snld tho first  speaker. "You aro nol a husband���������  you're a habit."  Write   for   it.     Postpaid  to nny address In Canada  VULCAN IRON WORKS CO���������-Ag������nti  WINNIPEG,  COMPANY  LIMITED,  -MAKERS OF���������  ���������.virviNIPfcU,  TAYLOR-FORBES^  "SOVEREIGN"  Mot Waler  nolle, i and  ��������� aiJUV:ri.  Mothers can oasily know when  their chldron aro troubled with worms  and thoy loso no tlmo in applying the  host of remedies---Mother tirave.'  Worm Exterminator.  A Haullno Over  Wayc'.do Tllucl(siiiii}i--Yoiir automobile, dr, will have tb havo an over-  liauIIiiK.  Dlsconaolalo Owntr���������-Vos, but how  In th'o dickens am I io hntil It ovor?  Deserving and Getting  Only tho jiravo deserve the fulr, _*ut  tho rich urn morn likely to jjel the  filr to nay yen.  ./  X  M  5V  iSF������aGNB  Tlili  ���������lock in  ���������i in nil il colts yon to keep ynui  prime condition .villi the wnrlil'������ mont  famouN nniiiml ionic���������  \t*S  .**���������*-  "i"   -������  _i  >A_  V  V  International Stock Pood  Kvery cent liivi*iled in Ihiu wonderful li-mllli-  vivcr, liriiii.t liiu-k riolliim In fiironu, lii-.tUhy  fiomf������, aiwri, fthiH'p nml 1io*j������,  Ciirt*.rnl trftti nl.ow Hint 4 niuiri*. ofonli nntl  Uio .Titular lr<*il of INTIJIINATIONAI/  STOCK I-'OOn wl.l W|i 1iomi<i������ )ii Irftte. condition limn  I'lVI! t|iiurl*i of oal-i without il,        '  INTI'.HN.VnONAI. STOCK FOOD uill mako your eo������*������  train I In 1 (in*irt<( of milk per day.  Nollii.)*.  lilic INTIJIINATIONAI.  .ESTIMOXIAI,  l!������jrflf|ilHH..M������n..Kov. 1.1,1011.  lUtrnibtluitHtHtwk I'iioiM'u. 1,14,  Turmitu, Out.  Dear IIIk-I waiit to m Dill  Tt.ur Niii.'i������ IWI l������ Ul rli;l'l. I  Im vn li.nl iiiiirt tiiuil -s.m Un um  tlmu nny i.tlixr (liul I .vr* n������"l.  ���������ml ilu nut ru* tu tlmt nlntrr  i in If  STOCK FOOD lo fiiili'ii (iriiiii.ili lor  market, Your Iiot'ii m*.4 it. Akkyour  /dealt*r far It,  \Vn Ii.ivb n copy of onr $.1,(*IVI Stork  Jlotilt lor yon, Stn.l n*. your mimn nnd  mldro'.i.'-nm! trll un llm mimliri' of lio.iJ  .......        .   .   .,        of Mock you own,  K^^K'ifl^tef'W:,?:   IHTFRM/mnM������l ITflCK FROH CO fMitrt  nr/inajr HkuoiIiJi'II'III'.'ukik loiltlMU OMAHIO  Vi   Tl> '.' -;;v: l'tjri.  IM____*l_UlflBI____T_iai'l  Wt  ,   Economy in little things is just tx.  important as economy in big tliingi  EDDY'S   MATCHES  I  uu yc;\rs  will answe. one ot your ''economy qileslioiii.  of constant betterment has brought them to i������uch poutaction that one Eddy Match doiB3 the work of several others  of inferior make.  ALWAVS  ASK FOR EDDY'S.  mmmmmm nm mwm, cuMBimLAfti), ^nTTi-sii cui;um5_-_a.  Mwrawt y,^   ������mi ��������� mn-m. -m jt- ffmf^mvmi^*-  .{<������������������ n    fi-  i^_,   I   c ntt.'ins |jiopoci d to  (ti. I'i\*ei ami nJill; Som-.  The flararlarJ lips  F.ery    ^w^si^v   by   tlie!    ^ T'ie nataie .in-l duracicr in Retail  |-|^r  '       ' (,-f the uitiu^pioposed io be consivtii'ted  ESjS^*3.  I -���������? ���������   -i  ������017* o_#   &    CunQbenland  Pt4t>*j������hir>g   Company  t.) pn yi;i. f,>r ihe 1li4.ch.n1ie mil pennipjj   |T/&.  batA of ihe water:    A small dnm will 1 e  < (insiwirivid -.vi'.h an eih'n .-'.iiiii pip*.:  (.ill-. W.  T'!J������ ;\'.tpvr V'iil uol hold,   ifeit .fet.  ,������*i--p'iH;:',lt' f',*r tb.e opinions tii oiii-  ������!���������., ii. mav-^pp-ai" 111 j.ts columns  #ryin time to t.i 11,1..  Sis.n itine  ������������������Vri.LlNCTON COLLIERY Co. L'lO  ftt*  Vv'KDXhSD.W. IM. I-i,   1U12,  .   WATER KOriCB  W.  I . COCLSON (k-neiai V#ft er j   Uy xW      "IP8   /SJ5^    /f^   P /?  P.O. .xluiess     . VicUiu, H.C. IKJ5. ^%\ M   &   \\ |f  ^   . 3$*.'    '-^  Extract from Memorandum of   As- j ^^ pH^F |b ^*#' %^Msxt^  sociation of Wellington Colliery Com- ; %'������/$_ *"**"  j\] OTIC 13 i- ii^seliy jiiveo that an  '  ^ application will We made  ,11 nt1 t P.irl y. ol th.  " Wa c- Ac',  j')09," to obUin a  licfii..c.  in   no  . . Di virion cf Conn \ Di.iries  .(a) Tliu ramc of Cmnpu y in  *o 1. \y.-lj:ug,ton Uulbrry Company  \. mi . 1.  'Ti.e hwid oflice: Yieto in, fi.C.  'riie_e.ti.ital., how .div'ti-r-d. kIiow  :n<. ii...(?unt paid  up-:   $2,000 .COO.  <;.v-.'ci ia-o20,000 share., of $1G0  /���������ajf-h fully paid up.  [if for  mining   purp,o.eKJ|   Fre,e  fiipjl* '* Certideate   N.o   (li*) The nume of the hike, elrenin j  #r roui' e,{if iinr'amjp., iho dewrij..-  j_o:i i-} A c������re'i pas^iii^ near the!  ������.(���������*:'.!' 01 il'i\ b 'fu. ne), whicli tim-  ii 1 i... ii't.ilje near tij/e divi-ioo line  '.p wiai Huciio'i 'ri in Township 9.  n 1 >ii ;*������������������ 1:01 i 1,ii ;).4 ift Towue h: p 10, in  Loiiidx Di.trijev.  (.) ": ' '.* iiojit Ojf diyem.on-: At or  :������.-t'' junc iun ol a Hiuali Bt renin,  r'l.r,vi:i. froiii ;h. aiuuih of said  Tnsi.el iSTo. 8 w'th fibpveuo-cribcd  (CT'-Oi..  (d) Tho quantity of wa'er ap-  1 lied i*ir fjn cub'a feet per ?econd]  ���������o.."* cubic jeet  ( ���������) Tue ohariicidr of the propo-ed  jvoi'.*-; Rcsr.'V'iir ai or neirlho  ;ii'.i)Ui ol b.ii-'i Tunnel No. S.  if} Ti.-p prr'fijt-'o.- !*n whi.h tl'o  *y iter is to !>c tii-eJ j ch; cribo_������ame]  }. i, npoi) and aliout r-^o'hm 3 in  Tuivn.-hip 9 and JL) 228 iu said  "~To^vi^^i"lTriho"^ai"d"iancl being "hold  by l'ie sr.id Applicant, in fee I'rpiu  j he c own.  [ij] Tlie purpoEss for which tho  ������vaior i.-. po be iited: In'itisirial.  [h] If for inij.a'jon describe the  }������r\r\ to bo irrigated, giving acreage  socia  pany, Limited:  (a) To acquire by purchase, grant,  lease, or in any other manner * * * *  water and rights to water * * ��������� *  (d) To carry on the business cf * *  ������ * electric light, heat and power  supply * * * *  (p) To manufacture and use as a  motive power electricity * * * * ami  to 1_am1fact.ro or acquire plant,  machinery, apparatus and materials  of every kind for the production and  distribution of electricity * * * * to  m-iiertte, ui,e or dispose of "-up* 1. or distribute elei tricity for  lighdng 01  -���������."niive power ... ...and  to' toisiiuit. !;i\  "down, 05t;ibli^li and carry rut, cables  -.vires, lines ac/cumii'a.tni'S, J.tmps and  ���������vorks.  inn;nr rtur  NOTICE.  In the Supreme Court of  Britisl  Columbia.  In the iii.itttM"   of the   Estate   oi  'ilenry Brook*5, deceased, tui^-  In (lie matter of tho "Ofll.ial Ad-  miuistmtoi''. Act."  NOTICE is hereby aivn tha1  under an order granted -by Hh  llononr C. H. Barker dated tin  L5.h D-'cember, 10L1, I, the nn-'  designed was appointed Administrator ol' all and singular tlie ef.  tate of Henry Brooks.  All      parties     having    elaiim  against the es.'ut. of tbo   said   de  ceased aro   requested   to    fiiniisl  particulars of the same on  or   before-1 ho 10th day of January, 1912.  and .all parlies indebted to lhe said  estate are requested   to  pay  sue!,  indebtedness to ine_ _orth\vith. _  Gko. Thomson,  OtHcial Admiiiistrator.  Dated at Nanaimo, B. C. this l.tl.  day of December, A, U. 10] 1.  FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF GOODS MUST ���������  BE SOLD before we begin   stock-Taking,   consisting of  Dry,  Goods, Gent's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Crockeryware etc.  1<nT   >.~-"- .T-*fm.**m.*X~-.   _>_-_   ���������"  _L-jwr>TayrfTii������ ii**.-���������1 w  -ftjauMwr-tirii y.~������niar  K.iJ������UUK__tT-^K������kJUEClC������r3^XS:  13   .  mt.'^.**m*^Zm.-m.K-lSmt I.  2S4  This is and opportunity which is seldom presented to the people cf this  district to buy gcods which arc guaranteed to be new at prices away below  what0 many usually pay for, what they know to be old or shelf -worn goods; every article is guaranteed to be as represented, and if found unsatisfactory'may  be returned, and the money will be refunded, Below arc a few cf the price .illustrations;���������  All our men's Underwear' Will be Sold at a Very Great Reduction fig*  _f._r-_-,-- *XS_iJBItJ^eU*Ef*^IH3_3f^_^������Ui*T-.  ^^,m^mmV^Z^tXXr.^*n^^l-m^m3-k.*a^^im^l*m^  [i].If (be witter.!, to be used foi  powvir or mining purposes desi.nb.e  Uio plnco where-1 he water is to he  r-iiutri'd lo pome nntoral ,chiuit.e\  pttid ilie difforenco in nliiliide he  tween point of diversion and point  if return   t ���������������������������  v.* ���������  ':*;.���������('������������������ ;���������!!!!!���������!  ninui  ���������������*<���������(���������(���������  [jj Area of Crown hind intended  to be openpied by thp proposed  works; $o Qrowu )}ind..tp bo oi;cu-  pied  [k] This notice wuh posted on the  d\v~ruy eixili day of Jnnimry, 101.2,  iiini . pplieuli'in will be made to tjie  C���������im,.iii:'sio.'i*r'r on t))o fourtli day of  jVirt.'idi, li)12.  [I] Gjvu ihp names mid addiossce  01 ail) riparian proprjotorB or licen  ���������eon who or whopo liir>*ii3 aiu likely  to. In* affected by lhe propoaed  v/orke, either wiiovo or below tbe  puth.:. No ptoprjotpra or licenfees  ni   ihi'i;-   liiiidn  nro likely lo  bp  ,'.(i ������el.  AiUijib .- 'iiilMiopy of -uinl) purlf of  1 be (>���������������/������p.>'.y'n iiioinoi'iiiitliim of  ii������-'i>(,iiiiioii .'ii'   .������i)t.hn<'i/.u tbo   pr>  ;��������� - <���������: ���������'; ,'lii.',iui'i) .1:1.1   '/in 1 up,  , iJleniif.nj)    WULLTNGTQN    QOL-  l,li:!iv CO., LTP.t  W .!,������'������������������''. 1.���������"'-,���������.  1 l.''i.i������*i"il Jt]-'i.i(i',M*r,  1  n,  A:Ii1i*.l*i>  Victoria, l},a.  .........,/r   \!'l !.;       Ti';.-        J-'OW,       h |'OKl Ml.  W.A T Mi.  ' -.;   'J'llr; |i|.'l::* 'Oftllf* |H'0|)0 ",od I'CSf'l'. nir  for i.u nm:, Vt "r iic.ir lliu  nioulli < I N<>.  Men's Tweed pants to be cleared at a discount of twenty-live per cent.  Boys' Tweed pants to be sold at a BIG REDUCTION.  loo pairs of Men's workms; Gloves WILL BE SOLD CHEAP.  1 DOZEN COMFORTERS AT A VERY LOW irRIOE-  White  Bedspreads, extra-large   size, regular price $3.50,   Sale price $2.25  LAGEOURTAINS, FULL SIZE, ALL GOING CHEAP.  A lot of Swiss Embroidery AT A BIG REDUCTION. "  '  Ladies' Leather . Belts in black and white and red and white, also many slate,  ���������..TENDKRS,  tn tbe matter of  Hen)')'   Brooks,  .: ������������������-;;.- :- v deceasod.  ��������� TENDIiUS for tho purchase o(  tlio South' 'E'ist part of frooliona,  Mortli East quarter of Seel 20,  Township 0. Coniox District, 0011-  iiiiiiiiig '20 ucresi, will ba rocciivod.  by tho undersigned up to tho 20th  day of Jan wiry 191.2.  Gito. Thomson,  Ofiiuial Administrator.  Nnnnimn, H. C,, Dec. lutli, 1011.  <m*f\ta*HM������m.mm?t*--WMmn,m*m*m^^  NOTICE.     ���������  NOTICE is liorobv givon Um  tho uiidoi'sigiiml has jiiiroliaiod tin*  Lnuiiilry biisinos������ of Mau Uiu.  All dopls nnd claims ayuiM^t the  Hniil Mali Leo inuot bo prosontod  to l.iin for payinont, and all tloptc  dim hini nniKt bu |)iiid him r>n or  boforo Iho oxpii'iition of Miirty  days f*om tljo 'Into luircol'.  Win'J Fonu.  ���������  Dated nt Cumberland, 15. C.  diiiiiiary 22ml 101.2,,  NOT I CMC  NOTICE Is hereby jdvon tlmt Ilie  ���������pai'tiu'i'tdiip firm of ������������������ t'loiitier &  Kiikhride,1 M^ivei'V-stitlibi keeper1.:  in ihu Chy <*f Ciiiiibi'i-lniid U.C.  Iiliii this day been   diiifioli'ed.  1'  All dolus duo the firm 111 it st he  pain   I'orwitb  to   Messes   J'oiler  " o iTTwrna^llHg r ee it7TXfg"u 1 a r=p r i ccr"il ft y~ c e ntsr^ ai6"p riC 6���������3 0" ee nts~���������~~  Ladies'   Mastic  Belts in a few good shades,   reg. 65 cents, Sale price 35c  Ladies'  Brown Kid Gloves, all sizes, each pr guaranteed, reg $i.50,Sale 1.00  Sgj   Ladies'  Mohair Veils, in brown only, reg $1.00, Sale price 50c  jff    Ladies' White Flannelette Night Dresses, splendid quality, will be sold cheap.  Our Entire stock of Ladies' Shoes and Slippers to be sold at 25% off.  Two;60. piece Dinner Sets, very gjed pittcrn, reg price $18.50, Sale 12.75  100 Glass ..Lamps, all sizes, at half price. Two doz Fancy Crockery, Tea'  Pots etc.. to bib .sold, very cheap.  >lt/ ttM  KVM1  i\nf*K- h Jim  i  GENERAL-MERCHANTS       :-COURTENAY, B.C.  led Brewers' Grain  _'.T.;.-.i:....  .".'.i;li s.iv| Tunnel  u  ..hovi.; iUI(i Kiikbride who !k herehy itulh-  ,     r���������l    *.mr*hi. .Jlpvon������ml|,:';:{,";i ,u������iu' '^'M'1" ^ ''������������'"������'mi.  r. il Ocl'l iii'iiin'-i tills linn iniihl  be jil'Dseiited for pMyineiit wilbin  JI0 days fruiil the (,lui.n hereof, lo  Mft.^er- i'ntti*r A'   KiH-hridA  1*'.   I>. Cl������M*ilKH  Dii ted Jim. ',l'.i \\\\:>.  Clem,, bright Jtiid wholsouio,  low in water and carbobychates,  but containing nearly double the  amount of inl and ptotiin. pound  for pound, than the ordinary feed  slufls in local use, it  Meets all the Requirements  of a Profitable Dairy feed  and compared in price wiih what  is asked for other feed stuffs, is  triple protein value for yout  money. lis superiority lies in  tile; fact that feeding it increases  both the total digestible matter  and the amount of fat and protein iu the daily ration  Ask! Saves yon 40 (0 0% 01 hil  Vou should imt be without il.  Malted grains, fresh ami sweet  iVmii the hivw Vet tie, drved  in  n  'j.iail">.������M,i*li*u.ttJCfi-inrewr'-TrffTTnirriV^  KSQULMALT   AND   NANALV.O  HAILWAY.  .   PUBLIC    NOTICE  'id   lunehy  ������  pivon   that   Iho   K*quimnlt     mul J-J  Nauiiimo Hnclwny. C������mi������'M'j'   ^i] M  nntlui niiit'tionib dny of .Li unary, | |  1912, deposit in 'bo Laud Ko^-.i-;iyv { h\  Ollion in iho Ciiy   if   Viemiiy   in! "  ibe'l'rovinco ef llriii^i Cobiiiibhi j  plan, iirolile and book of reierei m  showinu ibo.loeri'ion of  ilu   p " I S;  poHfd line of niilwny from   Bli.elr^  Creek lo Ciinipiel!    ilivor,   Viu,  couver I��������� bind,    I einji    Mi;������  10 in  Milo 72������," nn    I'pj-n.ved    bv    iho  Moiii'd of Railway   CoiuiuiH.-ioiii'i*'  for C.iniidii  DATKD    (bin   twonty-Bt-cond  dny of J'lniinrv. 1!)I2.  W. F. HAiiHiumv,  Beere'.nry.  ..������������������.,-���������������.. . -niM-mi_M tmm     ****** m**wmMtmWmmwmmm<mimm  . aim^M-maa-mi  Wg  Mi'H, Kiinnis will eive let;i*(U'.i'  on the puu.o nt her hoti^e in .ler-  ���������nmilem. formerlv   owned   bv  Mr.  yi  il  , 1 .   .,  1 r. .*��������� ���������ucr; H" i <i.un ..t nr near  ���������   -k.    ul -aid ':-'- ��������� ������. 'I'uiin-jL.  ^t]  1       ���������.  viiifii* .a-e.i of ilifti.servni*-  .1 :���������  <r ;M i-is.    i- 'iiuarj fi*"t|   'i b.. ven  , ;iC    '     'il     Liul. 1 - 'uj- 1 i- t.   i 1  .<-\; il-,.. -\;ei<r .3 L*-j*> -tt)��������� a:-" h..t| nm! de*  ilii'l'i'ii'iiru "f clt:v;,lir/;i In'lvi.-.*ii the  lii^li  mh) |i.-.v unicr plni'ii*'. i; 5 f vi.  (v) !Irn>* -   ii |>r< ii'-i.d i'i a'l'iiii'c tlio  \- r (1 ���������-������������������   ��������������������������� ��������� -',!'. !' 1 :l-f v -ii-,)". <���������:  'I In: .ll"  lllll.Milt.  C������ .    i.r    1 'llli  i'\\j ������������������   ':.v lif !;��������� il.c     >i;i h.'l nf! I If-  feci   nl* ,,'.u:il t 1  Ix*   iui|. 111.; di-ii.    Doc.  (cn'h ������.. iint*. .icrc-foit  ;     'Vl*r.fhcf i. ii' nu'Dtwu '.uiu leril <s  -.< .ii-- i-i   ���������,..-  1.; 11,' ',1     >. r  Mi.irti'1*;  >-,-,��������� i..-.'.'\\   '  I'ouMt'.ilou'; varHiiun process by     h-.e.iu-''    ^���������e'vavt.      <\\\    nnd    nl'tei*lt'\ \  {(cyal Slot!', food Company, Ltd.,  rTTTWPPPT.Al\m  mW       %^      *,.       _.   mm,   t   _* ml*   A,   -4,   Jmm^  Dryers of and Healers in Food  1'rodticls.  Scotia aud Huovr Stui;i*:ts,  VANCOUVlvR, H.C  notku:.  "lie annua'! iiieci ne* ������>('   ihe C1  March -llh--until theu in Camp a;,  Uhiinl.  enn    e > I T.'      'PI ,, v.*,,,,i|i  1'- ��������� I  .'������������������'-   .t        - ��������� ���������  eorner of Maryport Avcntu) anu  Second St., wiib building, l'rii'o  8M:.5.(.0. Apply lit thi--* oilice or  I*. (). Mox Oil Vimeouver,  !-'������!  in the I^EWS  No belter tnediunt  for hiilifting "your business before  lhe  public than  by  "   '   , I liis means,  Job Printing  is Oar Specialty and in  this liinB'cue  OTABAETTEE  SATISFACTION.  -_   _ ,  - )  ||l.'   illlllll.t'    Ml"   I * I',',  "'       MIl'V'1- ���������       . .. ... (J  ft x-'n in";  V, i'i,nm. ','���������>.'  A - i-t������ i*.n   ltd   I  i&Z*0**\ WmV* fhrnvfostemj f'j  "a,"'t&rrv."-..-������������......     ....'.,.���������     .      .    .   .      '.'. M-*mv*,n, a,-,���������t r.-.uii'h P..-M.-.'���������/. i'd  Will ������������������(>. held    III    Ul"   A^ncllltmnl     X'p,J\  ������,|\ni������snna'iivi|son������u*flUiowl1.i|(- ilN  '   ,   ,;  ,.   . w, ���������' ���������,f. a-hint j.Mruhiiiud/a-,,,'if rynfj'     li  ������ ' tniilmrrh<r.i,*ititll<!T','t\n/,[Iniii-w. Ai'*.*....       M  I Vti<-iinv.i.t't>f.-i.i!.t>-fl\  i.'1'oio.lj..f .���������.'������������������','���������   . 13  ' ,vlll. '    S-it,l I v ������.!l ilnuu'i-.ti it in n:y ii  '  Ji&  .- | ;,-������������������.-. ,-.'.,   V,.- '.-i]-i   l-t   ,i. :��������� ".      ... ���������      r I Ll    ,tl..        t.i  -t\  &ff^i  ftrtmm**.-** at- turn at  *W  ^1  UaM,  Jam  Wm.  I>r>;".\N,  !������>'.:.���������  >,������v'S*i ilimlm-.'-"M'  U,>'_.      ,  -,|'",   ���������...��������������� -'f.mt-.tWjOrtf*  m$m$������^������tm^^^  ������������������ "���������"������������������-- -j"-'  "'liWWWM'iwal J&Siftf ������ THE   NEWS. .CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  f  &  mkm EH CANADA  ,���������!���������!.** *���������W>*������'  1.1  D.Kkm Tour EXPE?BE3 LJcht  Maies' Your CISCUITS Light  r/fckcs Your CAKES UcIti -^^  : j. Iim ay*  NOTICE is horeby given thit online fiMt  day of DceembiT nix1; application will liQ  wide to the 3jperiutcnd<.*nt of Provincial  Police Vioioii.i,.for tlie renewal of the ho-  til lics.se to sill l.fj iora by retail in the  hoterkuo-vn na tho P.irt Augusta ln-toT. tit  uatcd. dt-Oivnox, TJ.t'.   John C. Clari.xck  Du ed October 3 1911.  .i 1-iU.ca s oi:r ti'wA j  Maico Your LADOR U-  ������  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCES.  E. W. CilAETT CO., LTD..  Toi-ontc, Cnt.  NOTICE TO THE VU3UG.  Having bu h u lcige via.chouse and mil  a -Conr.may, 1 will -ia fumre keep on  hind a fiioe't i f '.'I'I i������d8 of llriy;   Or.<i.i.  ���������nud.Eued ~..������t -lo������ est, mai k'etr raies.     A  specialty av ill be made of ro'lffr' crushed  feed f r hois swliic'i vill ma\e a s-ving  cf hne third in the ������*.Oot of fee,!.     Orders,  given Ike teamster or by plioue' v i* 1  be  promptly filled.     Thaukiu-. you for 3011&  pitr nage ia Uio pi.st and oo'ieitiiig aeon  liuu.nceof ili������ samo ou   brcutLr lines, I  bag to rcn.ai 1  Your3 to" command,  15YRON CRAWFORD.  XCTIOE iahertby g:vea.iliat 80 day's  after caon 1 iuteud tu'apply to the Honoui-  able tbo'Minieter-cf Lands for a lioeuse to  pros_^i.t, for cod nnd p^tiileu.n i)nder the  foreshore aud r.n 'er the ���������., a or on the- lauds  ib and 1 pposits tha f lhwing dejcn'ed  landa idtiijUe \;\ Kup it D-.-tiio ;-(' iu-  mur.ciLt; at a pi's! pl.<n.. <i on tno ������. a bo.vjii  at hij'i water uiuk uc ilu- i .t-r.-ojiii.n ol  Sections,14 a.^d 15 aXo.vuship 2,' Port Mo  Niiili Ripert D.ttiic*' ihtucc north St  chains in..re or'bsMsto high waler mark 01.  tnu 110?ih,a.da of i'..r!; MeXtill H-ulwi.  thence foitowicg tlie coi beach at h gl  wa C:' n.aikaruuud iho head 'if he llirhi)  toj.li.-ool (.o'l'int-iitfeiiKiit, ���������  Fl'ANOIS M.  TORDIFFE,.  E. Pries*"., ageut.  Dated tl.i  1*6 day of Sep'ember, 1911.  Xmas Presents  ���������^  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  The Contial IIoM for Sportsmon  No.ie bul die Uest of Wines and Liquors  at ihe Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prep  JOHN McLEODS  .FOR FiKST-'JLAKS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCO!?  if vou want ���������  GOOD PIUNTISB"  GIVE US A TRIAL  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Nanaimo Union Pay- Comox - Houtk.  Sailinfj aa undo**���������  Twin-screw a eam.r ' COWICU.-iN"  L'.avts Vancouver Thn sdnj C p.m.   .  ���������Anive Uni ui  (for Cuaibuilund^ Friday  mo nil *,'  A r.ves C 111.0c Friday moriv'n;.  Rolqr iin_;  ���������Lv������ Comox   Frid y 4 i> in  " Union H-iy       " '5   "  ���������' Ninui'i 0 11 p in.  Leaves V.n cemvor, Saturday. S . m  Arrives N naimo,  SaUiiVny 12 p in  Arrives Union, JSuiid-y 6 a in  ['or i.und'rrUi.i ]  Arrives Ui mox,   Sunday 8 a 111  ���������   ', P.o itr.ius.:���������  Leaves ('o-n������x. *h.mlay & p m  L������ ve������ Um*').. ^uiiilay 5 p m  I/jivoi NiiKiiino, Suiwlay 11 p.m  [Subjeot :o oh n_,e wilhouc lo ict ]  ������������c_rL������JT,*������-������ira  n  o  O  m> ^  >< mm  ���������Y-> rt  CD  '���������a  c  '%  u  St  T3  >  MOTJCH.  NOTICE is Iiereby ^iven   tlmt  iippliciition will be   made   to   tho  Parlifinieut o.t; Canada   nt lhe next  Session thereof for   tlio.  continii  ation of llio Charter of theVAN-  COUVERISLAND AND EAST  UliN HAILWAY   COMPANY  und for un oxtciitsiaia of   time" for  tho coiuiiieneoinent   of   construction and complctioji of   the said  linos of railway authorized to \ys  constructoil by the   Act of   Par  liaiueiit of C'tnada parsed  in the  Session  7-8," Kdward 7,. chapter  107 intituled "An Act to' incorporate the Vauoouver Island and  Eastern Railway Company," and  hy tho Act of the P.iiliament of  Canada  in tin Session of  0-10,  Edward-7, ch-ipter  17L   intituled!  ,fAn Act respecting the Vancouver Ishmd and   Hat-torn   Railway  Company,"  R, C. Eowk,   ���������  Solicitor for Applicants.  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select From  XNOS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, UR ;OCMES.  BERT  ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX  Dunsmuir Ave., Next to Tarbem/s Store.  "4^'"  I  Vi. xUh.  x'- ...  I'AJvij liOUv*- L-' .'  rv Wfst c:* Vai.o.'';;i'--   '���������'-. i\. ���������.-.--  ���������enpation V' '1   M-.'i- :��������� ���������-���������?.   -.-.-i.., ..-  to ap[ily  fvf   in '���������' iv.- ��������� . .   "   ���������. ���������:-  ci);;-:" , fli      -.'.I '��������� "i  ,        ���������    . '���������.  lands:��������� Cuim.i -."cinp-- ai   ;i   po;'  'planted at tho Isr.  W7. .conior oi  Lot -I D. L23B tlumce Eabi   uloHg.  tho survey lino 40 chuii.s,   thonco  North 20 chains, thcr-co   Y������'i--t -i.fi  ehains,   thence  South  aioi.'t_  the  lake shore 20 chains, ai;d <*.i|i.;,;ij  ing 80 iicroy..  Gjcorgk Henky West; ���������  .''. j j li<*ai)i".  f Dnted Novonu>or21t-t, Wll.  ll  j_^4___j__aaeCTjBjareii������uii ma'mataamu:  WHO AM  I?  m*  OB  V  (3  tpaOmxt  OO  CO  cu  HyH       m**i  mm  00  ��������� ****  Ui  ��������� r***t  ��������� B  ������  d  V  4-r   '  w  Ul  r  a  Cf)  <  bf)  c  ��������� mm  u  0  Pi  3  H  ������  H  :T   "i'ft'VH"  COPVBIGHT.  ,/^f   The purest and bssi"BHER, .and  made in Cumberland.  <jJ!:illllill!IIIIU!ll!l!llli.l IliHIIIilHIHIIII'illilllliil'll lllllllllllllinil'IIIIIIH IIIUURIU tlHIHKIIHHiPJIIiH IIUIHUHH Il'lli miUIIW^  AM CREATED to sweeten, elevate aud  enrich life. ���������*.  My v-iice reflects harmony���������heaven.   ���������  My virtues are  supreme because I  give all-  and take nothing.  Mv years of usefulness are unlimited.  My strength holds the tension of forty thousand pounds.  My frame is built from selected monarchs ot  mount-ain forest.  My tones vilrate ou German-made steel wire.  My fingering tips are carved from <usks  grown in tropical jungles.  iJy action einhodies the best result of human  effort to obtain strength aud responsiveness.  My coat is made of hard wood���������mahogany,  ���������beryl and Circassian walnut.  No home is complete without that for which  NOTICE is liojeby given thnt 3011,'y������  aficr ci.ite 1 111 lend io;������pp!v t.i tl*< -hm*.o:  able Minister o( L'lnJ*;  far a  licei^e   10  piospcct forco.il anJ putr������lcu!'.i undei ilit  fuicblidi'c  rmd  under   the naicron the  lands in and opposite Hie foilowinj;   described l.ir.ds bituate in Rupert D.itric;,-  ��������� Cominmcing  ai a post planted on the  sea beach ai !ii*_li waler inatk at the intersection ofSec'ton. 14 and 15,   Tonn-  slnp 2, Port   .McNeill   Rupeii   Di. ric;;  thence norlh 55 chains more or less   to  high water nfark on ifce no������th ������ide ol Port  McNeill Harbor; ihence easterly   >ilonjj  shoreline to iniersection of Sections 2j  and 24. Township 2, tlience southerly 63  rli-iins more 01 less to hi'jjli waiet   iiiaik  or. south shone rif Port .McNeill  liarbor; ���������  thence v.-esicrly alcnj shore line to point  of commencement. .'Roi���������.\NO A. L.mrd.  E. l'rient, ayeni ,  Dated this ist day of September, 1911.  -I-am-created���������-MusicT-  NOTlCE is hnreby pivo.. in.'u lit  111*5  nixt niefttiug   of" ihe B0..11! of Lic*Jn.  Coinmisiiviui'S of tliu City.'rt Cumber  la d,    I    jnieiid   tn     .p.'*/    for  renewal of the hot-1 nce-ise lu*l I   b>   .;,-.  [or  the Kiw England Hotel, si'.uiitci ..  t,he o.'ut bnlf 01 lot 3, ia ble ok 3, Cum..-1 ���������  land Iowiaile,  JAMES WALTKKS.  Dated, tbis'7��������� h day of Nov., 1911.  i.  I   AM THE  . ������'  QJ  fm*m-i  ������  iO  u.  J   ������  m*  i  m  M  \lfilJ^.\l^\t.l.l\m\*J^  Arc you insured?  Is. your life Insuicd?  Is your home Iiisured? ^   ,  Are Insured against sickness and  accident? .  PIANO  The GEO. A. f LETCHER Music Co., Nanaimo, B.C.  T. E. BATE,  Local Agent for Cumberland, B.C.  HUPERT LAND DISTRICT  JJifliriciof RtipJi't.  TAKEnot'ea that Fmlori Mu>? t. t-to-.i   .  of Vancouver, n. 0.    < ecu|at:on j\\ :lo������������  i teuda to opi-'[y f r [-erii.i..i i������  to pur-  ehaxe the fol'owi'pt d-sciib-d la- d : C n:  m li'ing nt ;.t up it  plaulod   -x' out   o .i  mJifiJL'jarth��������� ���������__Hd_40_c]iai_,fi_t:a_ Lot, thcvS. -K.   con.er of Peu iiia-1, T wuthip 8, llieiie*-  iv i"h 80 eliains, thonoe uiec 80 ch..i 8,  ���������-hoi-ce eoatli 80 clmiu-s thenco west 80  cl 11JHH loplaeeof eou'inpuceinent, onnt- H  mtr C-10 acres, rurrtTl-.t*.  Bctibecl 011 po-fc EML'n S.W. oornor.  '" EsdoraMak Lekson,  ���������.;.'���������"'" Dai Cl.ok, Ago..t.  Dut d DecoiiilJor llth, Ifllfl.  Liabiiiiy, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  p.  Dealer in  AWv KINDS OF  Fruit, *ndy igars  igarcttcs & Tobacco.  Bonora Diode,  -ouMimRUND, aa  for information aviute the  Vancouver Island   insurance Co.,  820 fort Street       -      -      -      -       VICTORIA, B.C.  |l!l.lll||!llllllllini!l!lll!!]!IIIIH!lll01H!IO#  0  I  '|:r store  4,  J, .TAOIC,   Vtuxv  *m-ju.tmmt**,mmmmm.m  i' > \.i 1 I.i aiivi    i v������.>.iv.vvi,  Vancouver Ice Creani.  Jj    A Fine Assort iu cut of  JJ     tlie Choicest Cuudics,  <  <���������  J Dunsmuir Ave.  CuuiUt'ilmiil jj������  ���������ook:8 Cotton Koot Compound  ��������� Tiw tjreat Utwii'O Votifa, iuhI.,.  jionly  wif������ tiii.'.'tusil MonU.ly ;  WllftHflilnUiTttn \% lik-li women caff j  wirtttwwiPo.Twwmi  N0TKJI5  Any person or poriions, cuttingi  l'oimiviiif.', or talcing any liloulo*,  timlnu' or wood, ol'atiy dutfcriptioili'  iclougiii}.; t<> tli" Wellington Colliery Co'y,, or from or oil tlio land  of tlio.siiid Company, or anyoito  tipping rubbish of any description  iinywlici'o  upon ;itlie couipauy'i-  Vtn.l will ln������ riv/woiitnii fn (lw> full  IS Will f ��������� f ll'l1 J''"'.  W. I*. COULSON,  (-fuiioriil MftiuigiM',  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  MOVING ?  Pianos and  PurnITURK ���������  Krciglir, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON & IIAVWOOD  PHONE 5 7  '.Windermere Ave.  ORDKKS TAKKN  FOR NUT   COAL  FARM FOR RENT.  Farm for ronf; long torm, pro  forrwl." 100 acres moro or less,  about twouty-fivo oloiuvd, good  O-room house and out buildings.  Also for Bale onu general purpoBO  toani wi'll mntclied, ono" lionvy  drought hora������, and other stock and  implements, For particnilarfl npply John  McDonald,  Comox   P.  *t s.'l Tixos, W. Patteiwos,  Lieutoiifint-Uovor.ior  CANADA :|  PROVINCE of HUtTlSU   COLUMBIA  QlSOIlOKTnKFJFm, iy tbe Gmco  or  God, of tlifl Uiiito.l Kingdom of Orcat  Britain mul Ireluid, ami of tlm Britls'i  DumiuioDH loyoDd tho  Seas  KING,  D fi ndor of tho Faith, Kmporor of  Indin,  To all to whom thcHo prcacnts, shall ccm������  ��������� GnuuTi.Nn.  W.J. Bowueb, iTirilEKKAS'oppH  AUbrnoy-GonernW " oatiou hop  boon mado to I In llaiour IhoLikUtcnnit-  Govoiuor I-i OoiinciJ, jiuiI'.t tt.o "Miuu'ci  jialitiiB Inoorpbratii'iv Aot," by tlio Muni  o'iml Council of tlu City of Cumborlainl,  to ox  inacc'riliincn witli 11 roioliitlmi pni^md b)  RUPERT LAND 0I-TU1CT  Difltrio'of Rupert  TAKK  nOllCK   thub Ailo'nida  Ent-r  Clark ��������� Br'wn,   of   Bi'ool.fio.d.   N.   Y,  married womnii. intondii to apply tft permission to purchuso the followetij.1, d������i>ftrib������  nil lands:���������C:immi,'UC,ng at a poat pl������n������nl  .it sorthwes. coner of S otiou ID, Town-  t,hi_i 9, thonco uorth  60- chnini,,   th������jnce  oiut 80 chainp,   thenco   Koulh  80  chuiiiH,  tin not west 80 ehiiins to placo of commen-  mout oot taiuing 010 ncros more or Ichb.  Soiibeil on post A.H.C.lJ'u S.W. cor  Aim.Aims Ji������Ti:it L'mkk Biiown.  , J Jan. (.-lark, HgeiiV  Dn'ed Decoiiilior lOlh, HHO.  HUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Diptrict of'Rupert  TAKE notice   that  Richmond  Charles Bise of Vanoouvor, B. C,  Broker intends lo npply  fur  per'  mission to purchaec tho following  dosoribod lnndBi���������Commencing at  a post planted ot i  post  betiveon  ycotion 181c, Township 9, an 1 Section 13, Township 20,Ihaneo wept 10  chninH,  thonco  south  40 clininu,  itonilTboiimitl cif'^ho Munloipll?, t^'H^.weei -10 chain-', thenco mulh  30iiMunoi.������itlia.*o.ol������tl.,i,|,nfeH������'(l l������,   Sll������l,l'l,M,i '''"m'0!1''!"1     ^ ".'  tH-o-tlilrd. <f Uio mcniboin thereof ,m,l  '���������������,������;co,norlh '10 ahuinp, ihtmci, oaM  10 chiniiF, thcnai north iSO chainu li,  pmceof commciKonoiit,continuing  6-10 I'ort'K oiiiro or Ikh������-:  {.crihfd on posl UCl'V N Eoor.  IhciiMOND CiiJiUfif.H Wm,  l')nn Clark, ORont.  Doled Dcccnihur 10 h, MUO.  O., B.C.  WOTWJB.  Hiding on locomotivsH und mil  mty inr<- oi iht' Union ������������������oilicry  Ponip'iny hy-'iny   pernor,   <<r   jii-r-  i.ii.ii except liiincit'iv-i. Hirii;i.y  j(r<ih'������'ilril.    Employ"**   ' rt'  *uh-  ;..( li.-'i-'iiii.-.-'id (nr nl hi win,; i-nni-  Hy order  W. L. COULSON*,  Gc.innl Miina^cr.  NOTICK.  NOTICK ix licrohy givoii lo  John II, Ohmvilhs oo-mvnor in  thi* lluiis nrmip of MiiicrJil Claims  i-itiinlt'il 20 milfii from iho mouth  of Phillips llivi'i* in llm Niuminio  iMining Diviwii'it, tha* Ii!h nluiro of  tlm I'.vpoiiiiitni'o hus not lioon pnid,  nnd thnt wi* infmid lo llh* imfioo  with. Iho Mining   I'ooonh r <*f ^id  Dirll'il'.t ni'iMI-'Hti^ tuSu'iinl! ''"> *'',  Chnpti.r' ViT> i.f Tin* H. C, Mining  AC  JO. Koss, A iii'iit.  I.umi*, It. C. Oct. 7th, l-'ll.  ,\ifVir:}ljfr'ii,un*_\  oonllnned by a vole of the oloolon.J  And wriEni'.AH Uio cm 1111..I uf tlm <>������ noiu  of 111 M thnn oiio-luilf in.value of tho Yum  to bo iuoludcil within tlio lioundurlcm of tin  proposod ixtciiBion ufltolod tliuroby, am  who uro tn titled lo .mtltitm for li ooip ru-  tion us tx Muirnijliilily, has bim obUinid  nt 11 poll lit 1*1 undor tho proviNiotm ul  H<olioii 10 1 r llio mii Aot;  Now kkow vn, tlinoloro, tlmt by viitnc  of thu uu li>*iiiy ofiitiliiod in till) Bllid  ".\Jiiii|i'i|Uil.iii8 Iiit'iiipoiiiiioii. Aot," Wc  di licrohy prnol.iir.1 tlmt tho limitH of the  Orpi-ri'lo!) ol tl.o Ci y cf Ciiiho.rlai.<l  shall ho nn.l thi*y hero.'iy aio oxtivk'd fnun  thu Ut <hiy of January, t'M'2, m ui to in*  dlililii Hlriilk Oil", F.ot O.ik, nnd Ulonlf II  j IjiIh Oim. Ti'������, Tnro", und l*'<mr, bninff 1  rHiliclivlr-ioti of pnrt nr IM Twonty.cno,  Nelson Uiu riot.  Is Ti:sti.monv U'ui;iii:or, Wu hnvo ciiuiiod _._   Hn ho Our Loticrri lo bo ma<!o r������'������������.l. j *f^*\������^^y^������a#*^i^V^^V-^^;  iuih um *nout otid i-l Uur ������nid t'ifv. i  iiico to bn l.orounto olTixdl. I  Witki'm,   11 ih  Honour 'Tho.ma* WimoM  I',vii:ii:ion, LU>utiMiii-0(iviri r.i* < fi.ur  t������iil I'ruviiicodf IlrUli (. loinhi'i. in  Oar Ohy of Vi .-lit.1 in, tin* twonty lint  (by it I'cc Jiit'i-r. in "in- jell if ������,������'i'  l,<r>l < lift tlinu.wid ni fl lilinlnd tiwl  fffx-ft*, nml in Utc mio d ji*.r <;f On*  ii'i������������.  fly ('.(iH.ltli'l���������  ���������    IlKNliV I.HHUN \W,M,  1'rAt'incitl StcT<tr������r>,  KUI'KUT LAN IJ DIsriUCT  Diitrict of Ih'-r ���������!  TAKK NOTICK  lln.i.  .Mw:.ri  D;   ',  f Hliitfhfii.ilou, ^i. rniol'1.,.ii,iiiiii(lH -o  upply for  pi'ti* i "i<"i lo J*iir"liunj tho '���������  iowiti(iili:Hiii'i������*tl Inn ������fr:-C* 1110Biicir ���������  4 p i.t pl'iiilul 2  mi'Od    M't'ht  rilMlth I'MHt um in r of HuVii.l. t!*J, ''>���������;���������������������������  jo, iiioiioo w-1. en Hiaiii*'. iimi"     '  HOcbnln*.  theueo u.Uu Hi)  ihcu^, I:   ���������.  ncirili 60 nh.'.tia tnpl oo <if<iii.iiii..iir.*uu.i'i.;,  on'.iuiMim- uiuivii'n, hho.. ii .,'..1,  ^.���������liUll  liKhlinf I'M^'-K.'',      :.;   ..  Knw.u.'. I������vuit,  Dim CJur!*', A cut.  Diitul ;>woiwbtr lUUi. IUI0.  i������������iMIMIN  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  MA ..ll  KITCW-.N..UTfcNSILil  Sportsmens Goods  ntttt  li  General Hardware IHE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, ���������������. C.  QUICK RELIEF FROM tHAT  PERSISTENT, HACKING COUGH  We mean the kind of cough it gives  one a cold shiver just to hear���������the dry,  deep-seated hack���������hack���������hack���������t hat  seems as if it were tearing the very^r  vitals. That's the kind of cough that  means business.  ,  Fortunately, though, that is also one  of the kinds of cough for which Na-Dru-  Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice and  Chlorodyne was first prescribed," and  which it has been relieving with great  promptness and regularity ever since.  Na-Dru-Co Syrupof Linseed, Licorice  and Chlorodyne is absolutely free from  harmful drugs of any kind, and is safe  even for children. Itispleasanttotake,  and acts quickly, relieving the irritation,  looseuing the phlegm, promoting expectoration, and so stopping the cough.  Thousands declare it to be the best cough  syrup they have ever tried.  Your Druggist will gladly recommend  it, and will supplvyouwitheitherassc.  or 50c. bottle. The National- Drug &  Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.   116.  The Difference  Young Hopeful���������Father, what is a  traitor in politics? '  Veteran Politician.���������A traitor, is a  man who. leaves ou;? party and goes  over to the other one.  Young Hopeful.���������Well, then, what  Is a man who leaves his party and  comes over to yours?  Veteran Politician.���������A convert, my  bod.  Faith And Works  Visitor���������Everybody's going to church  today. What's the reason?  Citizen���������It's just the 'hope that  springs eternal in the human breast.'  Our baseball team is at tho bottom' of  tho league, and Reverend Glide is going to preach on "Tho Last Shall be  First."   ������������������  The Needle and the Pole  " "Truo as the necdlo to tho polo,"  like many another popular saying,  conveys a distinctly erroneous iux-  pression. In order to keep itself duly  informed as to tho unfaithfulness, of  tlio needle to the pole, or, technically,  the "variation of the compass" from  tho truo nortli, a Division of Terrestrial Magnetism Is maintained.  Not only does the magnetic needle  vary at different places, but the variation changes from year to year, and  even at different times in the day.  On magnetic-survey charts those  places whicli, at^ a particular time,  havo tho same amount of variation,  are connected by what is known as  an isogonic, or equal variation line.  Through theso points on the map In  which thero is no variation of the  needlo from the truo north a lino  known as the agonic passes.  Iron deposits and mountain ranges  modify the action of the unknown  causes of the periodical variation,  and cause thoso lines to becomo even  moro crooked than those which mark  equal temperatures, known as isothermal lines.  Isogonic charts may be accurate  today and full of small errors in a  few years. Tho famous Mason and  Dixon's lino, between Pennsylvania  and Maryland, whicli was surveyed  in the years 1763 to 1767, was run  by the stars and not by the needle,  a great piece of foresight in that day.  If it had beeu surveyed by the compass in 1800 it would have shown 1  deviation in some places of two miles,  and bad tho line been run by uncorrected compass a hundred years iatev  in 1900, the variation would have  reached^nearly nineteen miles to tbe  South, and the rich coalfields-of twe  Maryland countries would have been  thrown into Pennsylvania.  The discovery of the magnetic  needle's shortcomings is believed to  have been made during the voyage of  Columbus. The disclosure constitutes a high trjbuto to tho scientific  perceptions of that day, even though  it spread consternation among the  ships' c.ews. N  . A Trail of Twisted Trees  All manner ol devices havo been  employed to mark a lino of march, but  It ls thought that tho most curious  method of "blazing tho trail," Is that  still to be seen in Africa.   In the year  1889, after a fierce battle with tbo  Abyssinians,  the dervishes    pursued  tho foo as far as the lake district. The  mahdi's men had small knowlelg'e of  geography and little topographical intelligence.   So the advance party, in  order to mark tho route for those who j j  camo after and also  to  guide    the  force on their return journey, twisted ,  the saplings along the way into living j  knots.   The war ended, but tho tied  trees grew and flourished, although j  uncouthly twisted and distorted,' and  aro now the only reminders of that up- j  rising of the dervishes.  quickly stops coughs, cures colds, hosts  the throat and lungs      -      -       23 cents.  Rapid Action  First Typewriter Girl.���������She's" a pretty quick ������������������operator, isn't she.  Second typewriter Girl.���������Quick., I  should say .she was. She hadn't been  ln her job two weeks before she was  engaged to her boss.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Distemper.  Success  "What Isvthe key to success?"  "Tho ab-.litv to make people pay."  "Pay for what they get?"  "No,  pay for what ycu tell them  they are getting."  Tm \mw\m eye eiiEDV  ForKed.Wckk.Wetry.WattfyEyMMrf I  GRANULATED EYELIDfr 1  MnrtoeDoesn'tSmart-SootheBEytsPaJa  Prwtfa 8tB Mwfaw Em tamait. U������U. Zta, Mt, ������1.������  Marina Bra Salt*. In Attptlc Tubes, SSo, fl.W  ttYK. BOOKS AND ADVICE 7BBB BT tUOk  MurineEyeJtemedyCo.������Ch?������iii������ao  Please toll me how to put a first  class shino on tan and black patent  loathor shoes. C. T.  Olive oil is a good dressingnfor patent leather. Apply *with a bit of old  flannel and afterwards polish'with a  soft cloth.  Unless the shoes bo vory rusty, they  may be polished with tho palm of tho  bare, vfarm hand. Tho slight oilness  of the skin brings out a nice gloss.  Had Fixed Their.  The Langworths lived in a corner  house so easily accessible from the  street that they were constantly annoyed by persons ringing to ask  where other possible inhabitants of  that street were to .be found. Finally,  goaded to desperation by these- interruptions, tho family boy attempted  to put a stop to the nuisance.  "I guess," said ho complacently,  "there wont be any more folks asking  if the Browns, the Biddies, of the  Hansons live in this house. I ve fixed  'em."  "What have .you done?" queried  Mrs. Langworth.  "Hung out a sign."  "And what did you print on It, laddie?"  _ ". J.y st_.fi\_-P-_ little _words.'_'.,roplied.Har_.  old, proudly, '"Nobody lives here but  us.'"  Time Has Tested It.���������Dr. Theism a*  Eclcctrlc Oil has beon on the market  upwards of thirty years and in that  imo it has proved a blessing to thousands. It is in high favor throughout  Canada and its excellence has carried  its fame beyond the seas. It has no  equal in the whole list of liniments.  If it were double tho price it would  be a cheap liniment  She.���������"Oh, thank you for the.pen.  ink and note paper, waiter. May I  use this address?"  Waiter.���������"Certainly, madam. We  shall also be pleased to give you a  stamp, and lend you the manager to  lick it."  She.���������"Thank you. Dut don't you  think your tongue would be long  enough?"  Minard't Liniment Cures Colds, &c..  A militiaman returning to bnrracks  late one night, munching his supper of  bread and sausage, was accosted by  tho sentry: "Halt! Who goes there?"  "A militiaman and a sausage!"  "Halt, sausage! Pass on, militiaman! ' was the instant reply.  GRIPPE LEFT HIM  CONFIRMED INVALID  BUT HE FOUND. A CURE IN DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS.  The Wise Patient.  "The doctor asked mo If I ate much  meat,, I sidestepped tho quostion."  "Vou should luul told him tho truth  about your diet."  "Aw, lio was just trying to find out  If I'm wealthy."  Old 'un (sarcastically).���������Thon you  don't bcllovo in tho benefit'of work,  I suppose?  Young 'un���������Don't I, though. If tho  old gov'nor lindn't worked Hko a horso  all his llfo, I shouldn't havo what I  have now.  Head Broke Out-, Spread to Arms,  Legs and Entiro Body, Itched So  Ho Would Scratch Until Blood Ran,  Ono Box of Cuticura Ointment and  Nearly Ono Cake of Cuticura Soap  Cured Him, Has Had No Return.  "When my boy wna about tliron months  fild, bin hr-ail brolcii out Willi n ranli whicli  was very Itchy mid ran a wutrry fluid.   Wo  triad cvfir.vihliiif wo could but lio cot worst)  til Ilia lime, till It ti'irriul to bin uniw, lou'i  ���������nd tln'ii to his rnllro body.   Ilu pot 1,0 had  tlmt lio ramo nwir dyltiK,   Tlm nisli would  lti.li ho Unit Im would Krruh'li till tho blond  ran, and a thin yr-llowluh utiiff would lio ull  ovor his pillow In Uiu iiiornlmr.  I had to put  iuIUpiin 011 his luimj.-i to pR'Yi-nt him tuurliiu  his skin,  Ilo wa.s wi wi'uk and run down that  Im took falntlri,.. Kpoll.t as If Iin wero dylii.r,  lie wp'i nliiio.st a Hki'li.-toii uud hl.i littlo lmnd.i  wc-ro thin llko r.'luwu.  ud vwi.i tail iidijui ciiihl iuoriliim when v.o  t:M tv.t ...,.,���������.��������� Ui....r..|......  1 |...,l ..���������. y.\,\ i.i..*,  down In hln rniilli*. hi thn rhiythno for a loii.r  T.'liiln. I washed him with Culk'iiiii Hoap uud  put un onn nppllratlon of I'ntl.'iiru Olntnu-nl  nml hn v.'im 1,0 i;ootlu*d tlmt lie. could uleep,  Vou don't know how Rind I wan bo fell bolter.  It look onn box of ('iitkinu Ointment uinl  Film, I thiol; our boy would limn dl.-d but  for tlm (.ntlciim H������mcdle-i and I chilli nlwayn  remain i\ llrm friend of them. Ilu wiih cum!  moro than twenty yearn m>t\, and thero ha.i  been no return of thn trouble. I idiall Im  clad lo havo you pul.|i>;h iIi.h trim uluteinent  of hli cum." (Sinned) Mra. M. U. Mutlluml,  Jaipur, Ontario, Mny 27, 1010.  1 ur 111.Jin tli.ui 11, ..i-n.-ruUmi iiintloTn lie.vn  found rt i.peedy, une.-ablo and ecuuomleal  tri'titi'ii'iit f.ir their .sl'lii.tnriiitv.l ntti,. .m,..  In (.'utlcurn Hoap nnd Ointment. Althnui.ti  tliey am Mild by dni.'.;|.,t-i and dealern ..veiy-  Where,11 llhenilwiui|il.������of .'fli-!i may hocilituiu,"i(  tiif, fiom tlio Poller limit ���������& (.'I.e.... ("nip.,  (solo p/up.:., tii CoHllilbU'i Av.,, Uoilo-i, L'.H.A,  Never Kissed  "I must confess that for one hundred years I have never been kissed  by any person outside of my parents," said Miss Rachel Bell, of  Adamsville, Ohio, when she celebrated the oue hundredth anniversary of  her birth the other day. "I havo lived a long lifo-and havo had plenty  of enjoyment. When I was a young  girl I went to many parties and dances. We always had a good time, and  I. always went without any of what  you call 'spooning' in it. I had plenty  of chances to marry, but I could  never find a man I loved, so havo  always remained single."  Miss Boll maintains that, although  she had nover boon kissed, sho,was  a comely miss in her youth. Ono  hundred farmers with guns fired one  hundred shots in honor of Miss Bell's  birthday. ,"���������.���������.  Pat Was There  The commanding ofl'lcor of a corps  was much troubled about tlio persist-  ont untidiness of ono of his men,  Reprimand and punishment"woro .unavailing, Tho man was incorrigible  A brilliant Idea struct, tho colonel:  "Why not, march lilm up and down  tho wholo lino of the regiment, and  shamo him Into decency?"  It was dono. Tho untidy warrior  wan ordered to exhibit'himself, and  march up and down tho entiro regiment, and tlio men told to lmvo a  good look at him; Tho iinnhiishocl  Pat halted,- saluted tlio colonol, and  snld In tho hearing of tho wholo corps  with tho utmost sangfroid: "Dhirtlcst  regiment 1 ever Inspected, sorr!"  Quebec Postmaster was confined to  bed when he started to use Dodd's  Kidney Pills���������They cured him.  Tippins, Pontiac Co., Que. ���������'-,  (Special).���������Postmaster F. Tippins, of  this place, who for three years has  beer, moro or less of an invalid, qnd  who for some time was confined to his  bed, is up and around again, a heal--  thy and hearly num. Dodd's Kidney  Pills cured him.  "After recovering from an attack oi  grippe," the Postmaster says in til ���������  ing'tlie "story" of Insecure." "I ioc-lc "a  pain in my back and I suffered for  nearly three years, finally getting so  bad that I was confined to my bed.  "One day I told my wife to go and  got mo some Dodd's Kidney Pills, ar.  that would be tho last medicine 'I  would try. After using about half the*  box I began to feel better, so 1 kepi.  on taking them. When I had taken  two boxes I was able to get up, and  ten boxes cured me completely,  The principal danger-of Grippo is  the after effects. The way to guard  against this is strengthen the Kidneys  so they can strain all the dregs of the  disease out of tho blood. Dodd's Kidney Pills are always the last medicine anyono takes for Kidney Disease  It always cures and no other medicine is needed.  Science Says Alum is Unfit for Use in  ,..    ' Food.  In Great Britain no one is allowed  to sell alum hidden in baking powder, becauso the English law protects tho people from this injurious  acid.  Canada has not yet enacted a law  ngainst the uso cf alum, and as alum  in baking-powder cannot bo detected  by Its appearance, many manafac-  turers are using this condemned acid  because it is a cheap adulterant.  li is a fact that- alum in your  stomach produces tho samo disagreeable results to the delicate organism  as you will feel in your mouth by  putting a tiny piece' on your tongue.  Science shows that alum reduces the  flow of the gastric juices and weakens  their power of assimilation, causing  indigestion-and-the-iills-that-follovw���������  No housewife should buy a baking-  powder made .by a manufacturer that  is afraid to print t'ie ingredients  plainly on the label of each can, and  the wording should' state that there  is no alum in disguise "inside.  Took Precautions  Unskilled Shot '(to gamekeeper).���������  "I'm .awfully sorry I shot your dog."  "Don't wony about that, sir: I left  my best ono at home in case of accidents."  AGENTS WANTED  For our fast selling Drugs and Drug  Sundries. We supply you with articles  some of which are saleable in every  home, and on which you will receive  a profit of 200 lo 300 p.c. Wo havo  agents earning $5.00 to ������10.00 per day  the year round. Be. an agont. Send  at once for our special agents prico  list. ��������� Don't overlook, this chance. It  means dollars to ycu.   Writo at once.  THE F. E. KARN CO., LIMITED.  Canada's    Greatest    Cut    Rate    Drug  House, Toronto, Ont.  Jones had just run over to see if  Mr. and Mrs. Blank would go to tho  ..y1_e.a_ti2e___v.ith  tlicm.. Mrs.  Blank  was  "sorryI   but, "fortunately,   Blank   "was"  out.   Probably he was at.the club. She  would telephone.   Tho following con-  SCHOOL  ���������   ESTABLISHED  Awarded first prize at -World's Exposition on its work and methods.  AVrko for a frco catalogue, j W������  also give instruction by mail.  Alice.���������What, a ruflo, boorish fellow  Brown Is!  Fihel.���������What, did ho do, dear?  A'.lco.���������Why ho gavo me his Heat, in  tli3 street car without lifting his hat.  RO  tho  Tho Shining Hour.  A Colonol wan tod a iviiinsorvnn  ho lniioi'tcd an ndvcrtlaoinoiit in  local wookly, and rooolved a grout  many applications, but nono of thorn  Hiiltod I1I11 roqnlroinonlH, but nl, lust  tin Ii'luhmrin wiih hIiowu Into lily  presence "What I want," said tlio  colonel, "Is a unol'ul man; 0110 who  can cook, drlvo 11 motor, look nftor  a imlr of Iiovhoh, clouii bootn and win-  down, food tlio poultry, nil 1,1c a cow,  and do a littlo painting aiid papor-  hanging." "JOxciitio mo,, nir' cried  Murphy, Iho li'lHhmnn, "whnt kind of  fioll lmvo yo horo?" "Soil" rnnped tho  colonid; "whal'n Unit. got. to do with  It?" "Well," replied Murphy, "1  thought Uinl. If tho will wan clay T  might nuilco brlckn In ino nparn  toliiic,"  V/.N.U.      NO.     mlm  A Worth*/ r.Mi*^  Whin l''n.tliiM*--Sn you nro tr/ilnt** lo  marry Onion'/ Vou probably know I0d-  gar, I am going to leavo all iny monoy  lo a worthy cnuno,  TCdgnr-'-ril try to bo ao worthy iw  poHidblo.  Faded Away  "So you lirolto your engagement  wllli' Minn Spoimlvo'/"  "No, I didn't break It."  "Oh hIio broke HV"  "No, Hho didn't break It."  "Hut. It Ih broken?"  "She; told nui whut. her clothing cohI  and I told lier whnt rny income wan;  then inir engngeii.enl. wiiweil in lhe  mldillu and gen ily diw-'olved,'- -I'ear-  i;on'n.  Mi'H. Iluwcrt���������-lliivcn't yon any run-  bit ion to iIho In llm world?  Weary Wu!r������ 1���������No, doin ttoioplanos  Iii  Uni d.i>i;,'i.a.j.  I was cured of Rheumatic Gout bv  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Halifax.' ANDREW KING.  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis .by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  LT.-COL. C, CREWE HEAD.  Sussex.  I wan cured of Acuta Rheumatism  by MINARD'S LINIMENT,  Marklmm, Out.'    C. S, BILLING.  '     Lakollold, Quo., Oct. U, 1907.  Things You Should Know  Thoro uro ovoiv .*il.\ thousand pieces  In tho flrnt'CliiHfl niodorn locomotive,  Ovor a hundred million noren of  Quoboc territory aro covorod with for-  OHtfl.  Miudirooms grow wild all ovor tho  world, nnd aro an plentiful In Siberia  nn In tho tropics.  Tlio first, trial for broach of promliio  was hold In tho rulgu of Quoon Elizabeth.  Ooooninit idiellii muko an oxcollcut  fuel, especially an 1'lrollghlorn, iho nn-  oruiouB amount of oil thoy nonlaln  catmint. I horn to hlnxo up nt, onco.  Tho wedding ring ln worn on tlio  forth flngor of tho loft hand for tho  roiiHon that it wan anciently bel loved  that a nnin.ll artery ran from tho flngor  to fho heart,  Pills of Attested Value.���������Parme-  leo's Vegetable Pills are. the result of  careful study of the -properties of certain roots and herbs, and the action  of Euch as sedatives and laxatives .011  the digestive apparatus. Tho success  the compounders havo met with attests the value of their work. These  pills havo boun recognized for many  years as the best cleansers of the system that can bo got. Thoir oxcollonco  was recognized from tho first and  thoy grow moro,popular daily.',        "  Mothor.-���������What  do you think you  will mako out of my daughter's tal-   Club? Is  Halloa!   'Not  vcrsation' ensued:  "Halloa! ls this thorny' husband there?  there? Suro? Well, all right then;  but hold on. How do you know? .1  haven't even told my namo."  "Thoro ain't nobody's husband here  ���������never,", was tho wise attendant's  reply.  The Simple Answer  Reginald C. Vanderbilt, at a luncheon at Sandy Point Farm, said of a  well-known suffragist:     ���������'  "She accomplishes a great deal, but  some of her methods are not quit*  fair.   Why even at homo"���������'  Mr.  Vanderbilt  smiled.  -J,'A-woinan-once-inquircd-of-lior--hu������--  band:  "Do you glvo your Tife viri allowance, or does she ask for money when  she wants it?"  " 'Both," was the simple answer.  Young Man���������"'So Miss Ethel is your  oldest sister?   Who comes after her?"  Small Brother���������'"Nobody ain't come  yet; but pa say (he first fellow that  como3 can havo her."  on  9,1  BOYS AND GIRLS  Boyn and glrla can oblnlii liandrionio  watches, dOHlc   clouku,    rlngH,   dolla,  .������������������..���������iintor   rrint",   fniMV*.*,!!''.   nVnt^'t   *\i\t\  all sorts of UHoful and beniitll'iil preii-  emu by nulling our lunuma Overhaul  picture pout oarilH, Wo want boy  and girl iigontH everywhere. Bond a  pout card and got our catalogue and  full particulars.  OVERLAND MERCHANDISE CO.,  Dept. 84. : Toronto, Ont.  Professor (absent-mindedly), ���������  "About $2,50 a lesson, if the piano  holds out."  Mra, Old tlm or���������When wo wero In  Egypt wo visited fho pyramids. Thoy  woro just covered wllh hlcroglphlcB,  Mrs, Nowvich���������Horrors! ,.. Woron't  you afraid thnt somo of the ugly things  would got on you?  II owl tt���������I bollovQ In tho greatest  good or fho greatest number.  Jowott���������Yea, mid you think tho  greatest number Is number ono.  His.Trump Card.  "The half \vm never boon told mo,"  r-ald Iho quoon of fihoba to Solomon,  Whereat Solomon was greatly  pleased, for ho realized that the visitor wan truly Impromicd by tho many  wonders of hln kingdom,  "But," ho (united afterward, "ovon  If (iho had not been oomplotoly Bur-  prhiod I had 0110 trick up tny oloovo,  I wim going to Inaugurate uomo Monday burgalh flalos In tho baztiarn if  noooHiuiry, Happily, wo may allow  thorn to wait until i������>mo future ago."  ���������Woman'u World,  Strong Healthy Women  If ti woman is strong nnd healthy in a womanly way, motherhood meant) to her but little suffering. The trouble lies  in tlie fact thnt tlie many women suffer from weakness and  difcease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted  ior motherhood.   This can be remedied.  Dr. Pierce's Fayorite Prescription  Cures the weaknesses and disorders oi women.  It nets directly on the delicate and important  organo concerned in motherhood, making them  healthy,   strong,   vigorous,  virile   and   clastic.  ���������'Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions oi the  period of expeotancy nnd makes haby's advent cnuy and  almost painless.   It  quickens and vitalizes the temininc  ori'iins, and insures a healthy and robust bnby.   Thousands of women luvt  testified to its marvelous merits. ___        ......  It Makea Weak Women Strong.     It Makes Sick Women Well.  Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as "jusi  ca good."   Accept uo scorct nostrum in place of this uou-secret remedy.   It  contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming or injurious  drugs.   Ie a pure glyceric extract of heallnd, native American roots.  ^fefe:������^  pfcduiUt, C College Ot., Toronto,  Love of Display  Tho door boll of tho Vanity's Iioubo  ram? af about, oluht o'clock ono nlRht,  and Mrs. Vanity nald oxcltodly to hor  hiiHhand.  "Thoro, Cliarloo, 1 lenow that'll tho  furnltiuo van conilnK with tho now  h.������li'0.;iii !:u!to v* biMip-hi todny, ond  U It* Ir I hint won't rooolvo It, that'll  all.','  "Why not?" nsUoil Mr, Vanity.  "Why not?" replied MriV. Vnntly. "Do  you think I am roIih; to pay $100 Tor  a milto and thon havo It sont out horo  nftef flnrk no Hint nnno nf tho n^lfdi-  horfl can 'Boo It. whou It's brought in,  Not If I Know It."  An Encouraging Foot  Knthorlno, 2D, charmlnjr and popular, rotiiiirluid In tlio prouonco of a  nuinbor or frlondn that whon hIio bo-  ciiiuo betrothed tho oupBonioiit rlni.  would ho a mutter of vory omall con-  eei'li   lo  liul'.  "Indeed, I Bliouldn't caro whether I  had a tiolHalre diamond or not," oho  nald. "'I'm not aSftll fond of diamond.}  and I don't llko to wear rlnitH."  "You'd hotter lot that bo known,  Katie," nald her flftoen-ycor-old bro-  Uiar.  "tt might help come."  Clean, Dry Heat  Clean, dry heat, with no  smoke or odor and with  no flying ashes or soot-  that is what you get with  a Perfection Smokeless  Oil Heater.  >ERFECT*0]  The Perfection vs the most reliable and convenient heating device  you can find. It is always ready  for use. There nro no pipen or  flues or wires to bother you. You  can pick it up and take itwhcr������ver  extra warmth i������ wanted.  Every mccnanicnl improvement ihut  experience could nuKijest wna olrenfJy  embodied in tho Perfection Herder.  This year.wo have tried to ndd lo ilj  nppearnnce, Tho drums nre finished  cither in turquoise-blue enamel olr plain  Heel, as you prefer; nickel trimmings;'  ns ornamental ns it is indispensable to  comfort,  A upeciftl autonulic device utoolutrdy prevenii  imcking. All p������it������ M������ly cleaned. Cnllmi foiilj  ImIi uino houn.   Cool handle 1 dampef top.  Pr-tlen cvcryivlicKit <t writ* for ilmorlriivj circular to  tny tscocy of  The Imperial Oil Ccmpany, Limited THE ISHEWS, CUMBERLAND/B.d  1  J  ���������������������������������������������Thei^:  American  | He Entered London Society, |  as He Had Made a  Fortune  I By BEATRICE GARDINER $  Copyright by American Press Asso-  '     elation, 1911,  "Mother," eaid Gladys PolndOxter,  daughter of Sir John nnd Lady Polndexter, "this effort to 'keep up' ls  wearing mo out. The estato haa so  dwindled that we should bo living on  ������500 a year' and we aro ~ spending  ������1,000.",, ....  "But, my dear, If we retrench we  shall lose a social, position that has  been the family right for 300 years."  At that moment Lord Topplngton'a-  ��������� card came up. -  Lord Toppington waa a typical London swell. As he entered, seeing  Gladys, he frowned. Her mother saw  his displeasure at her daughter's presence and made an excuse to send her  from 'he room. Lord Toppington seated, himself and said:  i "Lady Polndexter, I come in the interest of a young American who has  recently arrived in London with a desire to enter the social -circle. Ho has  applied to me to secure an entrance  xfor.him, and I havo consented to do  what I can in the matter. He gives &  dinner ou "Wednesday evening next  yinder my management. I have put  the names of yourself, Sir John and  ���������your daughter on the list of guests.  I truBt you will accept"  | "The Poindexters have never known  any Americans," said my lady, with  reserve.  ( "And I would not suggest your doing  no now," replied his lordship, "except"  ���������ho lowered his voice���������"this fellow  (Springer is enormously rich "  i "You mean that ho will buy shares  ln Sir John's"- - .  "I have tried him on that, and he  would not bite.. He says he prefers to  put out the cash." Sinking to a whisper: "He has deposited a sum to my  credit,with my bankers, which I am  to place where I like. I have ������200 put  down" against your name on the list."  | Lady Polndexter's expression changed. She looked down upon the carpet  ���������meditatively;  | "Can you assure me that this will  aot be known?"  I "I can."  I "Not for fifty times the amount  would I consent to Gladys hearing of  it. She has great ^family pride and  would scorn such a transaction."  i Lord Toppington took a bit of paper  from bis pocketbook and, rising, offered his hand to Lady Polndexter.  The paper was in his palm, and when  he left It was in hers.- It was a check  for ������200.  |- George Springer was a very singular  young man. He had a genius for  finance that few men even understand.  When ho began his career ten yearn  beforo his appeaarance in London ho  startled old financial heads by tho apparent recklessness of his plunges, and  they pfcdlctcd a brief career for bim,  the end being his burial under nn enor-.  mous debt Instead ho emerged with  millions to. his credit Being still a  bachelor, he concluded to' see the  world, uot on tho outside, but on the  Inside. With n keen Insight into human riatiiro ho knew that there aro  but few things In tho world money will  not buy. Iio had gone practically to  work to gain an admission to British  society, deb'. Mug Toppington, an lmpo-  cunlouo nou.emnn of excellent lineage,  whatovor that moans, nnd one of the  best social onstnoors in London.  He advised' with'. Toppington as to  what lndy he Bhould, rcservo for him-  ���������elf to tako into dlnnor, and Toppington told him that Gladys Polndexter  would bo as well worth cultivating as  nny ono, Toppington also oxplalned  thntrGlndys was Ignorant of tho fact  thnt hor prosonco had beeu purchased  nnd If she got fin inkling of it tho  Polndoxtora from tliat momeut must  bo counted out from thoir calculations,  Sprlngor was especially attontlve to  this Information, Ho hnd a kcon appreciation of values nnd values of different kinds, Moreover, ho appreciated rhe difference botwoen moral and  monoy values. Ue hnd no permanent  uso for thoso pqoplo whom he wild  bought and wns Interested In meeting  ond whom ho could uot buy, Ho was a  ftrlght follow nnd a Rood con versa-  tlonnllst. Ho dovotod his exclusive  attention to Gladys Polndexter, refraining from being diverted from hor  tt any tlmo by 'others. Thoro aro throe  stages of roflnomont���������viz, not,enough,  a Bufflclency and too much, 'Bprlngor  bolongod to tho middlo of these three  Classes, Ho hnd uot becomo offoml*  Sate. Indeed, he ������;ni a ll" npnMmen  of physical nnd Intelloetnnl vigor not  yot undermined by possession of abnormal wealth. Such a, man wns llko-  ly to bo ngrecablo to truch n girl as  Gludys Polndexter.:  Tho American succeeded In making  AS quick nn Introduction into London  floeloty as ho had Into tho cotfsrlo of  multimillionaires, Ho wiwmoro often  mot ln the Poindexters' company than  others, and tils attentions tp MIhh  Gladys were notlcod. Out ono dny  there came n terrible brenlt In I lib. Intimacy. GlndyH wns rolled upon by  tier father nnd mother te guide the  family down the dangerous current,  of family flnnneo. nnd mnny n rock  she avoided by her management Ono  day when she wns trying lo mako tho  inlftBce lo her check book and pm  book agree she came upon an item or  ���������������200 to" the "family credit that-sh9  could , not account for. Her mother  .-Should-.hare, provided somo means of  concealing Toppington's check, but  had failed to do so!" Gladys demanded to know what the check was for.  There was a family Jar, at the end of  which Lady Polndexter confessed  that the money had come Indirectly  from the American.  Had Gladys, been Indifferent to  Springer tho discovery would have  jH been extremely painful, but since Bhe  had been, to say the least, much f  pleased with him the Incident plunged  her into the depths of mortification.  Filial consideration prevented her  venting her feelings upon her poor old  parents. Toppington was beneath her  contempt Springer was the only one  fit to be made to feel her Indignation.  The next time she met him socially���������  at a ball given by the Marchioness of  Bladesby���������sho. turned her back upon  him.   He at once divined the cause.'  For.tho first time since his arrival  In London Springer felt that he had  encountered something that his millions were powerless to smooth away.  Here was a girl striving to maintain  for. her family���������contrary to her own  Judgment���������tbe social standing they  had always enjoyed, maintaining for  herself rather the substance than the  6hadow-'of that position, for whose  acquaintance, unbeknown to .ber, he  had paid out money from his newly  acquired millions': It was doubtful to -  which of the two the situation was  moro painful, the American or the.  English girL His having purchased  nu entre from the others gave him no  qualms of conscience or self contempt;  his purchase from Gladys Polndexter  he regarded a brutal use of his money.  He did not know how to go about  making reparation. He had no right  to enter her house aud had not had  any such right from the first, since  had she known the terms on which  tho acquaintance had been made she  would not have consented to them.  To write an excuse would be only to  add to the insult he had ottered. It  seemed to him that he could do nothing but grin and bear the position he  occupied toward her.  Toppington, who was very "adroit,  very tactful, felt it to his interest to  smooth the matter over. . The Poia-  dexters were among those whom he  considered his "stock in trade, and any  break between him and them would be  to his Injury. ' After giving Gladys  time to cool he went to her and exonerated Springer from all blame, assuring her that he had known nothing of  those who were to be approached with  a view to buying his way into society.  She averred that no man with (he instincts "of a~gentleman-would-buy-his  ���������way Into any society.  However, the more she thought of  the matter the more she blamed every  one connected with it more than she  blamed the fountainhead. Indeed,  she came to feel a secret admiration  for this man who had so profound a  contempt for the effete social distinctions of the old world that he set about  its purchase ln the same way ho would  buy a country place. She had always  heard America and Americans decried,  but the incident had brought out, as  she.had never felt It before, tho practical status of America ln contrast  with tbo decay of social grandeur in  Europe. The result.of all this was  that she wrote Springer n tote apologizing for cutting him, confining herself to the apology, Ignoring any llame  or excuse for hla own part la the matter of buying his way Into society.  This gave him an opportunity which  DEVICE FOR MAIL CARS.  Apparatus Automatically , Delivers  "    Packages From a Moving Train.  A simple apparatus for delivering  mall, bags or siinilur packages from a  moving train is shown in the accompanying-engraving.- The arrangement  is such as to deliver the article without a violent shock or blow.' A housing is placed ndjuccnt to the track to  recelye the bag, and the.appuratus nets  automatically to throw the bag into  the housing while the train is passing.  The illustration shows a train with  the mail car partly broken away to reveal the- details of the delivering ap-  lULIXi DEIilVBIUNa APPARATUS.  paratus.1 In the car there ls a compartment access to which is had  through-,a lid at the top. At the upper end of the compartment is a holder carried by a lever which passes  through the floor of the c*r and is  fulcrumed to the sill below. The other arm of the lever projects downward and is adapted to engage an operating rail secured to the ties. The  lever is held in normal vertical position by a spring, but when it strikes  the operating rail, which is curved  away from the adjacent track rail, it  is swung on the fulcrum, throwing the  holder through an, opening In the side  of the car to the position indicated by  dotted lines in the engraving. This  serves to, pitch tbe contents of the  holder into the housing. The mail bag  slides along nslideway in the housing  and drops into ,a compartment at the  end. There is a compartment at each  end of the slideway so as to receive  the mail from trains running in cither  direction. A patent on this invention  bas recently been secured by Mr. Hen-  ry Hoffman, St Louis. ���������__  he was not slowl to Improve. , With  his usual direct action he invited her  to a farewell dinner he was to give before leaving London, mentioning that..  though a valuable "favor" would np-  pear on every plate, In her case the  gift would.be worth not over a few  shillings; Gladys debated for some  tlmo whether to accept or decline 'tho  Invitation; Hor own parent's had been  bought. On their account would it not  be better to Ignore openly a matter  which Bhe would bury down iri her  oVm heart.   Sho wroto an acceptance.  At the dlnnor where tho guests, opened packages containing their favors  thoy woro found to bo, very costly.  Gladys Poln/loxtbr found upon her  plate a scaled onvolopo which contained. Judging from Its want of pliability,  cardboard. Her host admonished her  to rofrulu from oponlug It boforo hor  roturnhomo, and sho hooded tho admonition. A natural curfoslty Induced  her as soon as she had retired to hor  room to open her favor. She found  ouly a photograph of the bout of tho  ovonlng,  There Boomed to bo no Special npU*  tudo to the gift Tho girl wns sur*  prised, for she. hnd expected thnt  Springer would by it mnke aoiuo doll*  cato reparatfdn for having paid monoy  for bis ncqualntnnco. His photograph  meant nothing, Indeed, Hlneo cordlnll  ty hnd not boon ro-ostabllHhod botwoen  thorn, thero wns a ponltlvo Indolicacy  tn tho gift.  Thon suddenly nn Idea struck the ro-  elplont that brought a color to her  ciiuuik. Cuulvl Uc ifn.mii hy i.l.-l l.i hnd  glrcn bcr to Imply thnt It wn* himself  that was offered?  I. was lato thnt night boforo she  slept, and n long day followed, for she  surmised that If hIip hnd interpreted  Mn fnvnr nrleht he would bo with hor  beforo nnothor dny Iind pnssodto confirm her view, tt wnH 0 o'clock ln tho  evening when n flunkoy throw open  tho drawing" room door nnd nnuouncod  In a loud volco:  "Mr. Springer!"  Mra (Jeorgp Springer nno Polndexter lives with her husband tn America  mont of the time. Nolthei* of them,,  en res for society, nnd nil iittompt.Fi to  keep them In touch with the British  hereditary aristocracy or the American  moneyed circles have proved failure*.  They live much by themselves.  The Rusting of Iron.  An American physicist. Dr. Cush-  man, announces that the rusting of  iron is really duo to electricity. Ho  has found that the first attack on the  metal is made by hydrogen In the form  of exceedingly small particles, but not,  as the text books have taught us, by  oxygen, This is in agreement with the  modern theory thnt many substances  when they nre dissolved in water are  dissociated into ions, or minute parti-'  cles smaller even than atoms, all carrying electrical charges. Even pure  water contains a certain number of  these. Acid impurities multiply the  hydrogen ions and strengthen them in  their corrosive effect upou Iron. The  action is purely electric and Involves  an exchange of the electric relations  between tho hydrogen and the Iron.  By Immersing the iron in a concentrated solution of chromic, acid aud then  washing and wiping It, says Dr. Cush-  ,mari, the metal is rendered passive, so  that It becomes capable of resisting  electro chemical attaclt. This, if true,  remnrkB the Circle, means that n method hns nt last been found for protecting structural iron work nnd machln-  cry,'y.,y__ ' ;     '���������,,���������������������������  ' Centrifugal Force.  Thoro nro moro phenomena In.centrifugal forco than tho mere power to  koop articles upright. A soft iron disk  revolved rapidly will cut through  heavy armor plate. Even a disk of  cardboard rovolved rapidly ln a latho  will bchavo like sheet metal. A report  of German experiments states thnt tho  cardboard cau bo uo longer beur, and  If struck with a hammer it emits a  sound llko that from bronze, Even paper acquires qultoUnusual properties.  Ad eight inch disk of good pn per, perfectly circular, was plnced on tho shaft  of nn electric motor, and when rotated  at the motor's highest speed it cnnily  sawed through cigar box wood. Centrifugal forco may glvo many other curious effects. For oxumple, n small  chain may be fitted as a closed ring on  tx rotntlng drum and lu such a way  that it cnn bo slipped off when tho  drum reaches Its highest speed, and  tho chain will thon roll on a table like  a solid ring und bounco up like u hoop  on striking tho ground.  Substitute For Glr.es.  Tocloi'luiu, u uulwtltuto for glass, Is  prepared by applying a varnish to ti  finely meshed Iron wire fabric. Tho  vrirulflh consists principally of good  Unseed oil, In which the vertically  hanging wlro fabric Is repeatedly dip-'  pod up to ns many nu twelve times.  AfteV each dipping (he thin layer of  oil Is dried In warm nir.   Tho fabric  I HUM   OlilUI.H'll    lr������   l-JkUCuLlfclj     UCi.u.C,  strong, Impermeable and very well  adapted for skylights, greenhouses,  otc.  A Twelve Ton Mettorlte.  Tlio United Stales government hus  given permlsHlon to Uoracu ll. llcrnld  to remove a twelve ton uioloorlto  which lio discovered In the Washington iintloiiiil forest In December, 1007.  This lit mild to be one of the largest  meteorites In the world, If not the  lament.  ICEBERG  DETECTION.      ;  New Marine Thermometer.Record* 8������a.  Temperatures Accurately. ���������  During the summer of'1910 expert  ments were made iii the northern por.  tion of the gulf of St. Lawrence with  a new type of marine thermometer.*  the results ot which promise to aid In  the detection of icebergs in fog and  nt night '  By means of this new, type of marine thermometer It is possible to record sea temperatures to one ene-thou  snndth of a degree C. Tho mlcrotbcr-  momcter Is of the electrical resistance  type. In which variations' of the resistance of tho metal, wire serve to  give a measure of tbe changes of temperature of tho medium ln which the  instrument Is Immersed. The resistance of the wire Is mnde so high that  small variations in tempcraturo pro-  duco comparatively great changes In  the resistance.  The coll is made with a resistance of  125 ohms and consists of 250 feet of  puro iron wire wllk covered *and wound  on a.copper cylinder about four Inches  ln diameter and six inches wide. The  cylinder, is fitted accurately inside a  second copper cylinder. The ends cf  the cylinders are carefully soldered  and rendered water tight, whilo the  connecting wires pass out through the  middle of the outer cylinder. A stout  copper tube ia riveted on to the outer  cylinder, to which other copper tubes  ,can be fastened. The wires' pass  through a lead cable to tho chart room,  where they are connected to the bridge  for obtaining n measure of the temperature resistance, Thus the absolute  temperature as well as the small variations can be accurately measured. By  means of a suitable modification and  combination of a Calendar recorder  with the wire bridge it ls possible to  record automatically tho temperature  to ono one-hundredth of a degree.  Readings can be taken every bnlf minute, aud curves are plotted showing  the variations of water temperatures.  Tho instrument is supported over the  side of the ship about live feet under  the surface of the water. It has been  found thnt the exposure of the bulb of  the thermometer by tbe waves produces no irregularities, as the temperature of air in direct contact with the  sea does not differ from.that of the  Water.  Heretofore tho proximity of Icebergs  bas been determined by means of tho  bridge thermometer and by' Immersing  a mercury or alcohol ship thermometer  into buckets of water drawn up from  varying depths. These instruments  are not as n rale, graduated to" less  than a single degree, which represents  ah Interval on the stem of only one-  eighthof-anlnch.���������Temperatures-taken ln this manner, even as often as  four times ln an hour In a ship going  eight knots." give temperatures only every two miles. The temperatures of  the sea change rapidly in the imme-  'diaite vicinity*, of an Iceberg; hence  comparisons made ��������� between observations taken at Intervals of even one  ,mile are of no value in determining  tho presenco pf icebergs. The oscllln-  tions can be observed only on a continuous record. On the scalo of the  new electrical thermometer n single  degreo of temperature Is represented  by an Interval of two feot, so tliat  variations which would be Imperceptible on nn ordinary thermometer have a  great effect on this sensitive instrument  The South 8oa Swells.  "Wo all remembor wltb what frequency In the old narratives of experiences In the south sens reference -Is  mado to the heavy swells of the ocean,  which ..impressed the navigators with  the Idea of tholr romoteness from land,  Bays Scientific American. The grent  Blzo of tho son waves ln high southern.''  latitudes has been explained by tho  fact that south of the Cape of Good  Hopo and Capo Horn.there is nolthor  windwnrd nor leeward shoro and the  prevailing wind in all longitudes Ur  westerly. Thus whon a west wind,  springs up it finds n long westerly  swell, the effect of a previous wind,  Btill ruunlng. Tho now born wind Increases the stoopnoHs of this swell nnd  bo forms majestic atorm wnves, which  eomctimcH nttaln a length of 1,200 feot  from crest to crost. Tho average  height attained by son wavos In foot  Is about half tho voloclty of the wind  ln miles per hour.  Peruvian Petroleum,  Efforts nro being made to develop  moro extensively tho petroleum re*  BourcoB of Poru. The kuown deposits  of oil occur In a very,narrow strip of  land botween tbe foothills of the  Aiidos and tbo uhoro of the Pacific,  nnd much of this Is flooded at high  tldo. Piles of railroad iron driven In  tho pure oconn sand, which varies in  depth from flvo to fifty feet, are .used  ns foundations for tho derrick*. The  Bhnllowcst of the driven wells Is 1,7(10  feet In depth, Thero Is very little gns.  and the oil Is vory heavy, so that It  cun bo put Into burlcotn with' hIiovoIb.  iiliii It ts rf.rrlcd direct to the' f"rn<ici>������  to nerve i\s fuel. *  -NEW. VEGETABLE  FIBER. -..  Australian Marino Plant - Possessei  Valuable Properties.  In Australia there ^vas"recently dls^  covered an extraordinary fiber of marine growth which by reason of the  vast amount,of the deposit and the remarkable qualities of (he fiber is expected to prove of great commercial  importance.  This fiber Is tlie result of tbe shed-  dings of the leaf sheath of a sea grass  botanically known as Posidonia austra-  11s and so fnr hits been found only in  Spencer gulf, South Australia, where  the sheddlngs have been imprisoned  by the action of wind and waves in  the sand flats of tlie gulf.  Tho uses of tlie fiber are found by  experiments made by competent per-  Bons to bo many and varied, nud it  possesses many unique qualities. It  will spin and weave in uuion with  wool and will also take dye equally  well, being so far as Is known the only  vegetable fiber to do tbis. It is practically noninflammable, its charring  point being 373 degrees P., and it^ls to  that extent a nonconductor, unlike cotton. It docs not shrink and has more  resilience than kapok. It is nlso found  to be as good for ship calking as  oakum.  Blankets and cloth woven of a mixture of wool and this fiber, together  with samples of the fiber in various  stages of production from plant to  yarn, are now on view in the sample  room of one of the lending wool houses  in Australia, and the manufactured  articles are being most favorably commented upon by those interested in.the  textile industries. On account of its  splendid dyeing properties it can also  be used in the making of carpets; also  for coir matting, hessian, baggiug,  woolpacks, and it appears difficult to  say to what other uses with proper  machinery it cannot be put.  NEW VEHICLE WRENCH.  Holds Wagon Nut In Jaws by Meant  of a Wire Spring.  Pictured in the accompanying engraving is a wrench particularly  adapted for unscrewing the nuts of  carriage.and wagon axles. The wrench  differs from the ordinary in that it securely holds the nut in place, permitting of conveniently starting the nut  when screwing it on the axle and preventing it from falling and'being lost  when it is removed from the axle.  The general form of the wrench is  similar to the ordinary, consisting of  the usual square socket with an extension at one side,, which serves as a  handle. Fitted in the'socket is a  spring, the general form of which is  indicated-in--Fig.--3.-It-wi!!-.be-ob-  served that the spring is bent at its  center and then doubled so as to provide a portion which extends into the  - IMTBOVBD WAGON WBBifclH.  socket and another portion which  passes alonjs the outside. The outer  portion terminates in n pair of hooks  which pass through openings In the  wrench Just below tho handle and  servo to hold tbe spring firmly In  place. When using a wrench of this  sort the operator may keep his hands  clean, for ho does not havo to touch  tho nut. Tho wrench clings to tho nut  after It has been removed, and thero  Is no danger of its becoming soiled, by  falling to tho ground. The inventor of  this improved vehldo wrench is Car-  roltJ. Atkins, Cando, N. D.  A Hint For Carpenten. '  Many tlmos n carpenter-flnds'Il. necessary to cut through a board wuli or  partition with n saw. Tho usual method is to boro a bolo nnd start the saw  cut with a compasB saw. A clenuer  and better cut can bo started and  mudo with n. common handsaw If iho  end of tbe saw blado la roundlug, says  Popular Mechanics. This rounding  pnrt should be cut on n radius of about  six Inches. The cutting can be accomplished by describing the arc of a dr*  do and clamping tbo oaw blade In a  vino with the lino at the edge of the  Jaws. The blade can bo cut easily  with a cold chisel uud hammer, The  teeth nro then filed In the circle the  same as tho other pnrt of the blade.  Tho round end will start a cut iu the  surfaco of wood at any point.  Industrial Uie of Veloanlo Aih.  For Bomo timo past a company tn  Japan lias boon engaged In cxploltlnu  Oia Mar* of vnWnlf-. n������b In rnmbtnntloo  wltb, Portland cement mortnr. 'IM*  combination I* wild to be particularly  valuable In" the construction of world  Bubmergod lu salt water It \n claimed that th������ eement thun formed po*  tenses greater tensile strewn li nnd li  denser than ordinary pi-vtland cement  It Is nlno more roHlNtnut to tb������ p������re*>  latloti of watt*i'. Il tn thought thnt  should thin Industry proiper It might  well bo extended to tbe I'hlllppln#i,  where n great deal of Tolcanlo Bik U  KVAltBbl*.  Teitlng Flying Torp*do������i.  According to a dispatch from Berlin,  the Krupp firm tins contributed $'J,500  per year to enable Professor Welchcrt  of C3ottlDt.cn to prosecute hln expert-,  menta with an nerlnl or "flying" tor-  inCu lu* \i\.U\. 11.',:-;.;..-���������:,V.:v:.xy :",M*r-.J;'  nre elnlmed. The ob.loot of ProfeHimr  Wctchert'n proaent Investlgntlon In to  work out a ayBterfi of wireless control.  Although sucb detallH as lmvo been  made public nro so coufuslng iih to  senrrely warrant repetition, there ran  be little dqubt that cxpciliucntnl worl;  of this character Is being serlounly un-  dertuken.  New Life Saving Apparatus.  A Scotchman linn Invented u new  tiff* snvlng nppnrnlni which f������ enpnblu  of throwing n line Imlf n mile. The  Invention .'ijiinWU of .'in jilr jjuii llvr  foot, lontf, nnd It a Intended that It  nhouid bo curried by ������;hlp*i to enable  tln.'iii to throw tlk-lr owu llfi Hue* Is  cane of ���������mei'snocy.  mm  Rev. SamuelW.Pijkvis.D.D.  THE FINGER. TIP MIRACLE.  Te?st, "When aho beard of Jesus ah*  camo and touched, his Barmenf���������Matt  is. 21.  The world is given as a prize" t������  those   of   faith.     "Nothing   venture  nothing have."   But fine weather's no  test.    Twilight, dark and storm tell  it.    "According  to  your faith,"  th������  size of your pitcher determines hoifi  much you may carry away.  Rubyour  Aladdin's lamp.    Murmur "Sesame."  Exercise your faith.   Living next doot  the mint won't make ono rich.   "Ask  and   ye   shall   receive." ��������� Out   from "  Matthew's  house down to  the  seashore go tho Master and his disciples.   The crowds press, the Bun is  hot,  but a cooling breeze. Wowb in  from Tiberias. , There's a motion of  the crowd, a craning of necks.   Wbo  comes?   The ruler of the synagogue.  Tall, broad shouldered, black  beard,  eyes   wet   with   tears���������it  ls" Jalrus.  Trouble-brings bim to Jesus.   It ia ���������  great lodestone for most of us.   "Myu  little daughter is dying.    Com������ lay  thine Hand on her head and she shall  live."   His prayer is short, Intense, to  the point.   Crisp thinking makes crisp  speaking.  "Drowning Mon Clutch at Strawa.*  In that crowd, with- Us iotsam and  jetsam, Is a pale, bloodless,'������lck woman. . Once comfortable in-means the  physicians' of Damascus nnd Jerusalem now have her all.   Says ��������� neighbor at ber home: "Racbael, God bo  praised:   The Man of Nazareth id In  Capernaum.   lie may have power to  heal thee."    "What will  he charge?  I've lost all."   "Nolhing; without m.oa>.  ey and without price."   Her children  protest.   "Mother, multiply not thy disappointments; this healer may be lik������  tho rest."   "Restrain mo not.   I'll try  once more."   Faith springs eternal in  the sick man's breast   That accounts  much for many physicians and patent  medicines.   This womnn goes in faith.   ,  She elbows through the crowd.   "IIow,  forward is that woman!    Think you  not  others  desire   to  see,.the   great  Teacher?"     She  pays   no   attention.  When was a woman ever turned from -'���������  her promise by tbe Jeers of a crowd?  Now she's close.    There's that great  functionary of  tlie  synagogue.    His  family sent for Christ   It must be nice  to be rich like they.   She had money  _once._ Her .thoughts a re__ s_w|ft; w hat_  must be done muBt be done quickly.  She won't speak to the Nazorene, of  course;- only touch that blue hem of  his garment.   He will never kno*������ it  Out goes the thin trembling arm ltom  nnder her cloak nnd into 'tlio poor racked body, along the quivering prayer of  that outstretched finger, went strength  and healing.    The most remarkable  miracle recorded.  The Power of Helplessness.  If you want anything done' that requires quiet, persistent faith start u  woman ot It.  The courage and persistence of women In the temperance war  is marvelous.   Racbael has got by faith  what money couldn't buy.' Tho Master  turns.   "Who touched me?"   The disciples smile Indulgently.- "Scores, Master.   How could they help tt In such a  jostling crowd?"   Exquisitely, sensitive  Christ!   Tbo allied armies of hell cannot divert hlrn, but a nick, nerveless  finger of human suffering turns bim.  "Daughter!"   She'll never forgot that  sound.   It's tho finest; Instance- of delicacy and tact In the world's literature.  How It soothed ber distressed modesty  when she suddenly beenmo conscious  of tho crowd's eyes upon her! "Daughter, thy faUli, not my robe���������thy faith  Miath mado theo well."   Say, brother of  sorrow, Bister of pain, reach-out nnd  touch hlui.   No Incurable enses puzzle  hlrn.  Touch him.  He'll respond.  ��������� "According to Your Faith"-  ���������.Tho.nible Is ono constant chnltenge  to lis to oxorclsti our faith.   Of cours*  I believe In using mntcrlnl things, too���������  bromldo of potassium  for Insomnia,  morpnlno for paroxysm of pnin. quinine for fevers, Btrychnln for tonlc-  but I nlBo believe there fix marvelous  healing power In the quietness and con*  lldenco of tho mind touched by Christ  Let the thougbtlcsB jeer, but tho mes-  sago   of   psychotherapeutics   to   tha  twentieth century Ib thnt the mind  mny minister to a body dlucnsod.   It  mny bo possible to heal tlie body by n  thought as woll as n drug.   It Ib th"  ono doctrine of Christianity which \C������  have pcrsluteutly Ignored.  tf Christ said "Thy faith hnth made  theo well," why should wb gaze In  nmnzemont nt ouo wlio tnkes Clirim  ������t his word and maintains thnt nftor  nil fnlth mny bo n basis for health?  fltrnugo that (ho spiritual church Iiiih  hnd to wait for n material medlnil  science to tell It whnt'lis Lord has  been tolling It for centuries,  Tho touch of fnlth wljl work n'mlr*  ���������ll. if.        JimuhU.I.J.i    iMIUilf,*.)]    TtIL    M.....I I  tbnt   eventful   dny,   but   the   womnn  touched lilm wllh the linger of faith.  nnd quick tin hu electric flash there  thrilled bnck Into bor shattered uerven  i nd   shrunken  veins  nnd  exhausted  irlerleq'nnd whherod muscles, health.  iieuullful, rosy,,.health, God glren nud  ���������omplete.   To Ik of the complexity of  reedfi!   A creed In a glittering Icicle  ���������oforo n blnzlng hearth when In the  minuet! of Mils mlghly truth.   Some  'ay   when   wo   mtuUtcrs   nnd   our  h'lrHiM    bc'oii)*    more    fcnclinblp.  vhon   we  Iny nsldo our theological  'llYorerirei  nnd  our  bnltnw   noiindtiiir  lords, innyl.c llio groat Physician will  mco ngnln glee to IiIh disciples not  niy (he ministry ot preaching, but  he ministry vf NtUU* M  nv  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  .j.- -ass. ^^a.i������aa������ja-5.  vr-sj. v. ��������� '--,*i^;������r|r  THE FURNITURE STORE  apefs  E  HAVE just opened cmt the largest and best .ft  assortment 'of-Wall-Paper ever* shown  in this city.    Our papers are the famous  Watson Fosters and Reg. N. Boxer manufacture  CALL AND INSPECT PATTERNS  AND GET PRICES.  WATCH   FOR THE  BIG SIGN  A." MeKIHWON McPhee Block, Cumberland  Dea'h  Claims  a Former Resi-  ���������, ...    dent of beum'en   -1"    ������  Island.  This week, Mrs. J". Piket received the sad news of the death  of heir brother, who passed away  pn January 27H1 at Benlomond,  California,,, at the ripe old age of  three score and  ten  'i  leaving  daughter  vft'low and   only  mourn his loss.  The remains were taken to  Cyprus Lawn, San Francisco,for.  cremation.  Toinnk-y Pickard, as he was  familiarly known to tlie old:timers of Denman Island and Comox, was a  native "of   jUeicester-  shire, England. He "emigrated  to Canada nearly fifty years ago  ��������� working for a time in the copper  lhiues on Lake Superior, iafter  which   he came   to the "Pacific  Coast, settling' pn Penman Is  laud whese he located one of  the first ranches' on the Island,  also working for a time at Baylies Sound coal mine which,was  being opened up about that  time. When the mines closed  dowu Mr, Pickard settled down  to ranching, also keeping a  store at which a thiving business was carried on for a number ot years.  His uext move was to California where he has resided for the  past; twenty-four years until the  time of his death. Mr. Pickard  was held in the highest esteem  by the community in which he  lived for so many years.  Tlie public of''Cumberland  Bhould be delighted at tlie prospect of a visit from a liumoiist  ven tri lot pi ist and entertainer of  such unusual merit as Doctor Got>  P, Bible who is to be in town  next week. His name is the "most  serious feature of tlie jolly doctor,  who has niade an en viable,.ri cord  in the Lyceum history of Canada  and the United States. '.While i(n  entertainer of the first -class,, satisfying the ordinary lover of whole  some fun to the'full, lie yet manages to sprinkle his liunior \\itli  tho salt ot wisdom which both  young and old appreciate. Doctor  Bible has also had wide experience  as an educator, was for nine years  principal of tho State Noimal  School at Stroudsburg, Pa., and  at present is Managing Princip 1  of the Shoemaker National School  of Elocution and Orator?, Phila-  delphin.  An effort is being made to re -  tain Dr. Bi.ble in onr city for* twit)  nights, one evening to be devoted  chiefly to his lecture on "Life  and opportunity", a spicy-mi xturo  .oFJiumorand-wiBdom���������which-all  will thoroughly enjoy, and the  other (yeuing to be given to a  mixed program furnishing rich  entertainment. ;W������ seriously advise tho public noMo miss either  evening, More definite, notice  will appear later.  Notice of Partnership  'The business of general black,  smithing aud horse-shoeing lately  carried on by George Leighton,  at Courtenay, B.C., will in future  be carried on by George Leighton and C. H. Adey. All business entrusted to us will, receive  our prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed.  Gkokqi. Liughton  C. H. Adey.   ,  I), A. Thomas���������up-io-date  piano tuner from Fletcher Music  Co, Nanaimo, is . in town for  business. Orders leit at Cumberland Hotel will be promptly  attended to.   Phone 2 |..  IN THE SUPREME COURT  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  In the matter of the. "Administration Act," and iu the mat-  ter of the Estate of Alexander.  Joseph Mellacb d ceased.  PUKSUANT to to the order  of Mr. Justice Gregory made in  the above matter and dated the  5th   day   of February   1912,   I  hereby offer for sale Lots 65, 67,  68, 7^  and 74 of Section 61,  Courtenay Townsite,   in  Comox  District, Province of BritisliCol-  uinbia. upon thu following con-  ditions;���������Offers    I'or    purchase  must be iu   writing,   signed   by  the maker thereof and accoinpan  ied by n certified cheque for at  least ten per cent of the amount  offered.     Offers made   for more  limn one parcel shall  show   the  p>, ir/' offered for <*.ir*h   nnd evt r<.  parcel and shall   be   considered  separate and distinct tenders foi   All Ad   ill  tllC    NEWS  each and  every   parcel   therein p'ivs       Try  if  mentioned, any one   or   more of ''"���������'   ' '     *"  which offers may be nccep'ed or  Remember" Hurry C. Evans  Tho Reliable Piano Timor, is iu  yonr vicinity. P. 0. addi-os*,  Ll.; Hotel, Coniox, li. C,  WANTED���������A livo ambitions  boy to got snb.criptiona fur ub in  liiij sj.aro timo, Writo for pur-  tiouUt'tj MueLimn'u Magazine, UA7  Ponder St, Vancouver,  ROOMS fur rout at Mnrinolli'n  Rooming IIuuhu, Denvont Ave  N.  HIRANO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  1  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  tailor made   suits  F80M   $20.00   TO  ������35,00,  Cleaning   and" Pressing  DONE AT    ,  Reasonable Tricks,  Phone 52  Cumberland 8.  ������3X������)������������������������������������������������������������������������5������^^  35  X  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  I  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  Ji, |Siakanishi, Pfrop.  Ai������ti3t^.rl������tx.tiit.i9i]*ii.iufijtLjlxiii     '  TF������   ������������m  m  m TT Jiim   *   ft  M   *  J  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles,; Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc., Etc.  Plumbing ."Done/  Bicycles for Sale  and Hire. *  P.O. Box 360  ������  St  (58  um  (jj)  w  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Harris  and Perfect bicycles.  ���������Telephone 7-0  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  I^^V^^Mn  *rt*N^*to*v4������������ti>M>a������W*  Locals.  We note in the Victoria Times  of Feb. 9th, tlmt the Wellington  Colliery Railway Company are  calling for tenders fur the construction.of six and ou������-half miles  of standard gauge railway at Co  mux, to extend to a new working.  The undertaking is in furtherance  of the policy of the company to  develop ou a large scale the hold  ings in this vicinity.  Victoria football team are expected to play a league game here  on March 3rd.   4j*y-  Mr. Frank Cameron, manager  of the Riverside Hotel, Courtenay,  h!iB"takeiroverilie~Tort"Arugust>f  Hotel, Comox.  City Conneil.did not hold its  regular session on Monday night.  Tlie Mayor and Aldermen Maxwell and Beveredge being the only  members of the board present.  Bert Ast'm.s jewel lory store  was damaged by lire on Tuesday  foieuoon, caused by the stovepipe,  Tho stock was not dam awed, and  the building to tlie extent of about  twenty dollars .��������� The firemen an-  6werod the call promptly.  "LAND REGISTRY Ad'  To Charles Copelli,   registered  owner and   D.   Capelli,   assessed  owner of Block "DM of Lot  194,  Comox Distiict, Map 422.  TAKE NOTICE that, an   application has been made  to regis-  ter~David Roy,as   the owner ia  fee simple of   the   above   land  under a Tax S-do   Deed    from  the Deputy   Assessor  of   tlie  District of Comox, and you  are required to contest the claim  of the Tax Purchaser within 30  clays froin the lirst publication hereof.  Dated at the Land registry Office, Victoria. British Columbia  this 2Gtb day of January, 1912   __,_.. S.-Yt-Wootton   '   Registrar General.  If you want Cheapest and Best pa'rouise���������  K. ABE & Co.  No. 5 Japanksh Town. *.*.  Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,  Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.  ,1 have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good o_iiality, cost $45.00 each,  Now $35.00 each  JJUIIIIIIIIIIMMIIM  i  Capital $6,200,000.  Reserve $7,200,000  FOR SALE OR RENT���������Five  rooiri house, pantry, bathrocm and  hot'and cold water connections.  House is situated on full lot. For  particulars apply to Mrs George  Richardson, Windermare Ave,  FOR   SAI.E-  niture at No. 7  apply this ofllce.  ��������� Household  fur-  For particulars  The Royal Bank of Canada.,  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  ' OVER   THE    WORLD:  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Rales allowed on Deposits of $l-and upwards.  OUMBERLAUD, B. G.,, Brcnch, Open Daily.  UNION WHARF, B. C,   Sub-Braoh, Open Thursdays  D. M. MORRISOIV, Manager,  COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,   Open Daily.  WM. HOPP, Manager.  UlllllMIUtlMlllimilllllM^  P. Phillipps Harrison   ; BARRIS_XER_AND���������S_OL[CI_T_OR   NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  IIS  Mr. 0. II Tarbell and  daughter Mr**, J. W Ilryden, who  has been visiting her parents I'or  some weeks past, left IW Victoria  by Saturdays boat, Mrs. Tar-  boll also left by ilie faiiie!boat for  Vancouvor.  Mrs, Tlios. Bieklo, of Victoria,  arrived hero on Saturday nnd re-  turned on Sunday. *  LIBERAL CONVENTION   AT  VANCOUVER ON FEB. 20.  A Convention of H.,0. Liberals  will lie held nt O'llrien's Hull,  llastiu^.i St.. Vancouver, on February 20th, :]012. Upon pur-  chasing.irst. class .tickets to Vancouver, via C. l\ R , and obtaining at the timo of pnrchaso from  the ticket agont a standard certificate, and upon tho signing of  this (Jortificato by the Secrntiary of  tho Convention, the holdei'[willj[lie  ontitled to a return ticket at one-  third tho usual lure.  -V.  BOflO^fl:  CJUholesale Dealer* in WINES, LIQUOR & BEER  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 28,...  CUMBERLAND  HERB U an oil-burning lamp which produces ft flood ot  pure, white Unlit���������more brilliant than gai or electricity  ���������-yet wonderfully mellow and easy on the eyes, It is simple  and tafe, clean and noiseless, docs not fill the room with ounox-  ious,tinliealthfuloilors, Tohavcabetterlightedhome, with an  Aladdin Mantle Lamp  Mrs. James Walters and (laughter arrived home from Victoria  on Tuesday night,  rejected by the underlined.  Th*: highest or auy tender uot  jie<'e,v.',*ii'i!y ���������ifccptf-d.  Sale subject to approval of  Court. All offers must be add-  i'.s.s������d to P. Phillipps Harrison  It truster Ac.. Cumberland It. C,  ������������������nd ���������������.._���������_���������. be in Uie hands of the  said P. Phillipps Harrison on or  before the loth day of March  1912.  Dated this 12th. day of Feb���������  ruavy lyia.  JIRUNO MKI LADO  Admiui-nrator of ihe    Hstate  of J. A, Mellado deceased.  f  ;a'^add'in'-  wilt ttluillf cmI r������ti nwhlnt. t| will pi������ for luell In the ell || urti. I ������n  tho iienl lor Ihe Minils Limp Compin*/ ol Amerlci ind ira leHIni you whtl I  know to to ibiolmo lien.   1'iole.ior Roieri, ol Lewli Initllute, Chlci.o, roidr  MJ....W in,.,.     t .vi.Hui nv|,ii. ui Mnll ���������iiiiiiuidi v..*i������BU| lillur  1 compintlvfl leitel ill tho le������dlii|i oll-burnlnR limpi on Ihe market*��������� tnl lhe  Aladdin wu found lo glvelhe belt Hint end lhe moit economical io nae, Bul roil  don't need to iccepl theio tfroni itetememi on my word only,  All 111k li the opportunity to prove  them at my own tlak.  I will bo slid to let you ���������     %  TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Before You Buy  I fiirnlib Table, Dratket, llanilne, Well end Chandelier typei of I'mpeHn fad Aladdin Umpi fortury  _, pnrpeee. luitdropmeepoitcatdandalmplyiayyouerelniereaied.  I'lld������ititdtobdnf anAUddlnLamptd  g mf* t-* an* Wa.* iu yvui iMui warn a anu 01 l*u, uuif.iy ������������ittuut uuiimtiiuu, ^muti U*a vwu im***i._.  Soldfor the Cumberland & Comox  Distriot, by the  Union   Bay Co-operatiye  Company, Ltd.  Bole Agents.  M*jm*tut**Mmm*****mmam-mm**amm-*mma*J*m  JAMES WEBSTER  Sub-Agent Cumberland  This is the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better than  poultry, if they are rightly managed. liegin  ��������� with the little fellows and feed them CHICK  HOOD, which is a mixture'of bone meal, wheat,  oats, corn and othor grain, put and blended iu  the right proportion, to make them* thrive and  grow,   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - .Cou'itn.i}  -DEALER IN FLOIJU AND FEED,  mm  1.  ecHBEEsne!  EB  Ten Miles for a Cent  From ono-tefillt to one.filili eenta pet  mile coycu liio coil ot operating 0  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTORCYCLE  Tha Client Orey i-'ttr**  "aim nMUiioe i* aiwayt rcmir tor a  hunrymnlrip or a pleuiure run. Will do  the road work ot 3 lionet. No tarpwie  wlwnidla. We would like to tell you  more about the *_re������te������i iport in iho  world.  Come io aad tee ut,  THOS. PIIMLEY,'  nrrAt.nno      Victoria. B.'*,  am rwrm mv-jtsraxT���������YJUf'  ������������������lema)iniii I,, 1 mm  ^  '���������If>ou uei i  at IMiuilc)'s it's au. right."  T 8 - Wo Dp BnriitrirB  ���������nauai  S50EH3E  3  ^  1  )i  m  H


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