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 A Journal Devoted Especially, io the Interests of Comox District.  ,ft������ ,vm ���������piiiLiiii  Tub News, Twkntiktu Yi-.a.r.  W^^^*-^^^0^pi^J^^^^ ^SStfS^cteSBfcaP^^  CUMBERLAND   IL C,    WEDNESDAY,   DEC,   25, :91a  Subscription $1.00 a Vkar  /  "Tho Store ol'  Quality.'-  M3_mMWsjj������nra\TM-������*si ��������� amuama ma  "The Stoi'o of  Quality,"  1 ..mrwix nwATr.n  0  D  *as_vi  ADQUAF  For Xmas Buyers.   Every boat  adds to our-Christmas Stock: of  That are useful���������something   i'or  all;  u- old.       Call in and sec for  ���������yourself  vou mi* 01  ���������Our Grocery Department is  ���������  THE FIRST IN TOWN  Fresh, Clean   New   Groceries    for  Ilf(|nij"e:aoiit in  Abundance,  v  ivory  u*.zaH?.Tiiicv  Store Open Every Night During  05������  tii  r tf liiVV s>r**L^������-~'lf"J-~ja-'- ���������y-rM'-'c-aM-gJ-sniis'Tf-i^uai  SIMON LE1SER & CO.,  & SIIiVBR  f*hJWK Mn ������������ mV ���������������#������������������������ ������s*k������ ������������������* at-.u- %a tm vi i-mum****-! **-*������'������****������������. v*  -<������'**Tv   S(t*f  n^Jf/     'fit*  i veil  iui am\\*a**r  ^���������v  WEDDING  BELLS  A very putty wedding wns  solemnized at the Presbyterian  church, Sandwick, on Wednesday evening, when J. H. McMillan,-mine manager in Cumberland, and Miss Hannah Mc-  Kclvey, of Sandwick, were uni-  'ed in marriage. The nuptial  knot was lied by the Rev. T.  Menzies assisted by the Rev. J.  Hood. Cumberland. Miss Mm*  dock, cf   Cumberland,  acted  as  bridesmaid, while Mr. Mills, of  Cumberland, supported the  groom, Laura King and little  Miss Kraser acted ns flower girls.  The bride   was  given  awav bv  o m s.  her brother Ebby McKolv-y.  Tho church was tastefully deco  I'ated for tlio o"casion, and was  filled to ov(*iflowing by then  numerous friends. The wedding-  supper was given at the bride's  home, Glen wood Farm, "where  about eighty invited guests sat  down to a sumptuous repast. The  ��������� ���������ride was the-recipient of numerous handsome presents The  happy couple left. by boat this  morning for San Francisco and  Sound cities. .After their return  they'will reside in Cumberland.  We all wish them bon voyage  ���������th ro iigh���������life-.���������The���������-Review^  Courtenay.   '  * *        ���������������  The marriage of Miss Vioia  ,.Matthews, daughter of Mr. and  M'.*.. John Matthews, Shaugh-  ������ s.:'.y Heights, Vancouver, and  1). j E. Montgomery, late singe 111 of the lv. M. S. Empress ol  Jaiau, tool; place on Wednesday  af.cmoon at 2 30 o'clock at St.  (forge's Church, the Rev. M. II  Jackson officiating. The bride  was attired iu a cream, serge suit  with a mauve velvet liat and  wore a corsage bouquet of violets  and orange bloss-eujs. She was  attended by " her sister, Elauor,  while Dr. Ii, C. Davi*- perf"rmed  the duties ' of best man. The  bn'du and bridegioom left by  way.of Seatile for their future  home iu Corben, IL C, where  Dr Montgomery will be cngag-  in ihe praciice of 'medicino,  * Ul Hi  At St. Andrew'.*church, Sand-  \yick, ou Dec. 11;lh, Rev. J. X.  Willemar, united iu marriage  Miss Olive May, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. James Carthew, Co  mox, and Mr. Thomas Knight,  son of Mr, and Mrs. John Knight,  I'oiut llolincs, Comox, Miss  Wilson icLd as biidcsma'd  while Mr. Arthur Knight attended the groom, Mr, and Mrs  Knight will reside in Comox af  ic' tiuir wedding tiip.  The Ki:wa wishe:-; the above  you no; couples, who have lauucl  SWITCH-LOCKS BROKEN.  Mr. aud Mrs. C. H. Tarbell,  arc spending Christmas at Victoria with Mr. and Mrs, J, W.  Bryden.  Mrs,,T.-McMillan, of Revel-  stoke is spending Cluislinas with  relatives here.  Thero is an unconfirmed rumor  abroad that the Cumberland  v-rike is likely to he settled shortly. We have no authentic information ou the matter, but in  com 111 on with everyone else iu  the district affected by the pree  ent conditions, we hope that a  satisfactory settlement will soon  he reached.���������Nanaimo  Herald.  Two lockvS on the Colliery  Company's railway switches, were  maliciously broken lust week, also a dynamite cartridge, from  which the cap had fallen, was  found near No. 4 power house. ������  This tampering with switched,  endangers the lnes of many *  people who como and go from  this city, beside the train hands,  and is a very serious aud inhu-  man act, and is only done ,by  those who lmve a total disregard  foi life and propeity. We wou.d  like to see the miscreant or miscreants caught and receive the  puuishment that is coming to  .hem. This ib a matter Unit we  ..trongly denounce, 1.0 matter  who likes or dislikes it. When  a fair fight is on, it  is  none   of  bur business, but   when   thimis  *>  like tiie  above mentioned   hap-  ������C*i, it is   everybody's  business.  V-'^he above is  uo second-hand  ���������J*\tci'ient.  The Comer Store  PHONE 10  r. o. box 100  We wish all  our  Friends ft  and   Patrons   PEACE   AND  PLENTY at the PestiveBoard  and may the New Year bring  ealth, Wealth & Prosperity.  racfarlane brothers  THE CtTHNEK STORE,      WUNSMVIR A VENUE  Mr A. B lioyer. former principal of our public school, arrived iu town on Tu sL-.y to  spend Christmas.  Wc have a copy of the London  Times of Nov. 7 th, 1805���������107  years ago, kindly loaned us by  Mr. I). Haddnw of this city, iu  which is an account of the battle  'il'*Trafalgar, fought on lhe 2i.sl,  i'f October. 1805, as sent iu by  Vice-Ad mi nil Collii-gwond. The  paper is not near the size of  cither of our local -papers. Mr.  Haddow if he wished to fell,  could get a handsome sum for  ihe copy.  Andrew Thomson left ou Saturday last for Nanaimo. to spend  Christmas with frieuls.   ^ ,   KiUh-ieen F refin an, daughter  of Rev, Ii, C, Freeman, is down  with diphtheria. She is at the  Isolation hospital.   *-o   Christmas lice and entertainment at St, George's Presbyterian church on Thursday evening at  8   o'chek.    Dou't forget  it.  ���������, -0 ���������-  Chief Constable Stephenson  has beeu coufined to his bed  through iliuess for the past week  Not a pleasant Christmas for the  chief. Wo tru.it New Year will  bo the ic verse,  Think 0' your heads in the  morning.  $300   REWARD  The above reward will by "paid  for the recovery of the body of 0.  The remains of tho la'c Mrs.  J I. Riggs arrived from Lk An-  ���������lelcs ou Tuesday. The funeral  wili lake placo on Thursday at  11,30 n. in. from tho residence of  <>( Mr. A, Maxwell, Derwent  Avenue, to the Presbyterian cem  etory, Sandwick, for interment.  She will lie laid beside her futh-  cr, the late Alfred Walker, who  was killed in th������ Trout River  disaster."  -<>-  The Christmas tree and cuter  tainment given to the children  iu Cumberland Hall ou Wcducs  day afternoon by the IL M . W.  of A., was a very successful ami  enjoyable affair Santa Clans  was there, aud 'he children enjoyed it immensely. Hundreds of  presents were dLtiibtUcd.  HrSfFtfi3~wlIo"was^rowuedofr'  Deinnan   Island   on   Thursday,  Dec. 121I1.  Tho Anderson Logging Co.,  Union Bay, IL C.   ���������*   L 0, L Elect Officers  Courtenay L- 0. L- met in the  Otnngo hall ou Wednesday evening last, aud elected the following oillcers lor the en&uing year:  W. M.-J. W.McKeuzie  1). M.---1I. R. Clarke  R. S.--G. IL Leighton  Chap.���������IL Shopland  F.S.--1L Loggie  Treas.���������S. Calhoun  D. of C.���������IJ. Brown  ist L.-���������J, Crockett  1st Com.���������G. Brown  After the closing of the lodge,  the members adjourned to the  baiH.uetiug room', where a dainty  repast was ix.-rv'-'d, after which,  songs, recitaliouri and speeches  were in order. Several of Cumberland's prominent Orangemen  were in attendance  m  mi,   Mr. and Mrs. Dii nam   'Phoni*.  Tli.ink* for the rc-iiK'nibmueii  Will. "Dud" enjoyed tbem all  rijflit, and I'orgot all hi* troubles  in domi.  ki.    Bo did Chuilie.  .-���������on have ai rived  home   fiom  visit to Nunaiiito.  H  After Now Yum*, then llio ex-  citeineut of e.ivii* uloc.tioun in in  order.    Trot out your mon,  It will soon bo   time   to   lnni-  from lliat Labor Commifiidon,  Ol'  1- ou the   "mairimotii  M >���������( 1  la very   peasant  ami  pr  iVov-wc, and  mnv  their  trouble;*;  thvoiiph lif'- lu* Utile  one'*.  iTC7.:TOi*KS^^^  . i.'.iiuv.u* 1   rapv'jnw;  w ,!| See CAMPBELLS for Holiday GIFTS  mt'tmtmM*ma>'Wf *���������'*>* ������^f������.**tm^a* .**���������*,  1 *������������������*,!>t",t*>*:. ^*k-'M������'!I>*t.**M***t������*'.J*-*^'**'#������..������'t*-JS)  6      I       I   L������, tart   lm.mV    V     ULLL     l\  IL C. Kiiidc, i.-i agent for the  ������������������Ford'- i,v.'\ '-OhaIma'' nuiomo-  biles.    Curs for lute.    Phone iH j rn  ISVlt!-, Ruth Clinton arrived  hemic from Vancouver 011 I*"ii-  d.'iy btsi, to rpeuel her Christm^;.  11-* I vacation.  ki   A__   !���������     Sammy Watson hn,*-  secured .1  i11      .  lOMlloii in   tlie   I*icvtt\v   oliid  Men's Department |Ladies' Department  ,M:ii':, I'\i',-,i.y \'i -.1,,  Owicii.iu, .Shiifi, tin:  well* The bi^iiOl't liiui uvgi* tuiowii In thirt dutl'ict  kn'i,*-*i T\sn  .'nsoii'iu'iv.. Mfii'������  till s'li.'iilfs, ni.'iii'iii;  li'iA'-'s, r.oiit'j .lint ���������  A   .���������..:������������������  Mr-|,'.,    1 ��������� ���������  .   }'.    ' ���������"������������������  pn; up ii1 Clin .im n  li*  I 'lltlii v,  I-.ll.l-,  ,    '111(1  ;ii'. Sv,friirr (!^nl^--rl l.if.'p  tiijictl ami plain,   Suits  of  ly'.i's,   Hix'-'i ijiil'iic,  ("������i!lav  ���������*.(', i'f.  uh.--' la-'i!' i'.v f.'.'^f shown |i''f".vi-.!.i!y in  ���������". 1   ',;.(-    !).���������!"���������',    \r������n U-.i"���������!���������:. r*r   -i������  1'.'������������������*.(���������').    Iin trouhlc   t������ 'li'-  in  in-  >w    II ...I."I t  w  . j'3   ���������O ������iri-*i lyrt"v������* iin:  lv!'  tt'' *���������,.  ^:'  fT  ,t^*t  fl::'-/  x\ ���������tf.fv.ff' y-'i.mr "-a-w*'j'������������������-".  fe-ti  poMljoii  in  Jj;fv,rt,n,y.  K^i'/i'i'ii'.' '"f '>''<)���������* iiml K'1'**'    t'lt*re.������'������ll an'S ir.-  ' '���������;.' '::i."���������. v <��������� ���������!������.' :.'.,('.��������� ;;lj.; f'*r U'Cni  of 1,'ulii h' Si*r\;\vmr   I'o'l'i    (!lf*."03    llmiilhnr"  L'n������br(dli-������, Jrilk Und������rskirl.<, Pru-s Oooda iU*.  L'.idh'f,* Mi*������-*c������** and Cbildnm'-- Co.iIk in nil  HiyJi'fi nnd nmioriiil:-'.  A line nun'''of tliiiiMmn.*- \V-������tUtf i.Hnffe n  ii)'*m������-li*.e ������;e . jiisi arrived.   .Mei* tl\-h:  ;:u.:0 Hiiiiilkcrrl'ici? tor wen.in; th'm one cf  1!,*. )<'."i''ifi|> !in ih fin (*h>���������'��������� In:-'.'- '.ifl'-,  R*l( *, Ha-idssvrciiii'd** nnd oil kiuilji of neck  v.car juil ej- in m'jhumU* Xnift-i fii.cj l"*Xi'P.  if H ll '  I Me  Ciiu !<;i:,iv.  mvmiim.mmmn  *\l."il  ���������ri'.tzr.iu y-z.nr *r  ii*i"c.'.'.\/!y������<*������v;. 1  ;v,v.  -I'-;  .11! V'^l'i, ",'TTf V.  Ji'U-t.  '.vo:  ��������� !,,.  ���������"���������i'|y  CAMPBELL   BROS. THE NEWS. OUMttKKT.AND. B. C  IN THE  BALANCE  By L 6, MOBERLY  Anther at  "Dan and Anothtr," "A Tan������M  W������fc,"   "8ln of AllMn Oaar*  lng," al** ale.  WARD, LOCK A CO.. LIMITBD  London, M������lbojrnn and   Torstrt*.  CConUBH������4L  To follow Clare's advice, and try  -..ot to think, was a task beyond hla  powers, and tho entrance of tho houso  Hi-goon, bringing with lilm a police  'IHcer, waa a rcief. He told htmself  ihat It would ease his conscience it  he could toll tlio truth, even H It, were  not the whole truth, and ho rallied all  his i>ow< ra to tel! tho olllclal what and  .happened on the previous day, without  telling him too much or rousing lita  .pus pit-ions. Hut. iio, glimmering of  suspicion scorned to cross the -nun's  liiliid. Indeed, why should it have  done so Here was a surgeon of respectable antecedents, known to the  world In general, and with an untarnished reputation, lolling ft story  which Bounded ," perfect1*}' plausible.  Dynecourt owned frankly thnt he. had  been a' fool to trust himself alone  with a man who, If not mad at the  moment, had certainly been mad a  few hours earlier; but neither'the officer no the house surgeon dreamed  of regarding hia action as worse than  folly. " lie described, In-more or less  detail, Soames' visit to him in. his  lodgings, Ms ' wild aiid -., iincohereait  speech, which had fin-ally lapsed Into  the ravings Of a lunatic. Witli equal  accuracy he told the -two men how he  had taken the lawyer to a temporary  home and put him under Uio care of  a'medical man, going himself to visit  lilm on the next day. Ho told with  graphic -lucidity what an improvement  he had found in Soames, and how the  unfortunate man had, whilst sane,  made.,ft complete confession of his  crime, and begged to be taken at once  to a police station to give himself up.  Of tho drlvo Dynecourt gave .ari  abridged account, omitting entirely  bis own directions to Soames, arid  men Honing'only the -words which had  preceded that "rain of blows that stunned, hhn. As.he-finished.his story,  lie looked from o"ne intent face to the  other, wondering curiously whether he  had betrayed himself, whether he had  gi**on. either man the slightest reason  to suspect that all was not as - it  should be. But the police officer  merely closed his note-book with a  snap, and thanked Dynecourt for his  information,    whilst    Harding,     the  COMMERCIAL CENTER.    O.P.R. TRAN80ONA  ' ���������    A Great Industrial City In th������ Making.  Directly across tlie 6trat the C.P.R are ���������pending million* In ���������stab-  llshlng Immense Railway Yards, Terminal Elevators, Round Housw, Oar  Shops, etc., etc. Besides this many other iramana* manufacturing industries have secured locations, and iissure employment for thousands of  workmen, .'���������"������������������  Choice locations from $175 per Lot up. T������rma $25 cash, balanos $10  per month.     Clear Title.     No Taxes for 1912. ���������  ,  Write for Booklet. Agents  Wanted  tt air Points  To Exchange���������Automobiles,' Houses and Cl������ar Title Lots for Farm  lands.     What have you to offer?  SCOTT.'HILL A'CO.,  22 Canada Life Building,       Winnipeg, Man  fnr, and we'll', mako you as.right, as  tilnepenco to give evidence at his trial.  To give evidence at hiS trial! Dynecourt turned his heat', away, and buried it in tho pillows with a little  groan.  It  all  CHAPTER XXV ,  Miles* Freedom  vory  well  to say a cons-  Famous  Statesmen  who   have   Done  Time  Becauso ho has been a successful  train robber. Mr. A, L. Jennings, of  Oklahoma, U.S.A.. lias been chosen,  by his fellow-citizens to stand for tho  Important post of Public Prosecutor.  Ho was serving a -ton.years' sentenco  whon Mr, Roosovelt pardoned him.  I havo stolen $50,000 from one train,  oiousiiess of innocence   upholds   oiie | dec-.laroa the ex-bandit, in his election  through everything,' Hut tho cons  clousneau of innocence js wonderfully  unsupporting when you aro, accused  of murder, and till the circumstantial  evidence Is against vqu.  Miles Hernesley, standing   at   his  own library window looking   out   at j  hip. own garden glowing in the sun  light, spoke slowly and emphatically.  address, and 1 have ridden away with  It. tied behind my sn'ddlo in a seamless suck. Now my ambition Is to  prove that 1 can be as good an olllclal as 1 was a traiu robber.  If Mr. .loiiiiings is e.loctod, as seems  j probable,  for his graphic  stories  of  brigandage are urounlng extraordinary  Advice Not Taken  Don't eat tJwt etuff, the doctor said,  Or you will'soon.be with the dead.  But when the doctor had his nay,  The patient ato it anyway���������-  And he's living yet.  Don't buy   that   run-down   business.  friend,  Or your career-will shortly ond,  Thus, spoke the man who'd.havo his  eay;  The buyer went hla headstrong way���������  And now he's rich.  You can't raise hay on such poor land.  You'll starve before you get a stand,  Observed the neighbor on the right,  The farmor planted day and night���������  > He's rich aB Croesus now.  There's not one chancp in ninety-nine  For you to 'Strike a copper mine, '...;���������  Said tho bent old man to   tho   fresh  young guy.  But tho youngster said he'd have a  .     try- -      -        -o  Now ho owns, the Stale.  They can't put you in Jail for that,  Exclaimed the lawyer; sleek and fat  The man in prison gronucd a" groan,  And the lawyer man left him alone���������  'But.ho stayed iu jail.  turning from his contemplation of the | ?' '"J ������ n ������,ao' sf ^������K?7; !  garden-to look witli.a smile into his ^ a������ . ^ M v ������ ��������� A\ ^  wife's face.      fcho was close to his���������! choson Lo ho?d W������l1 offlco'm Amclica  young house surgeon, sain sympathetically���������  I'll awfully sorry you've had all this  upset, sir. Luckily that lunatic  didn't hammer you as hard as he might  have done, and you'll soon bo all  right. Now you've got this story  off your chant you'll be able to rest  und not worry yourself any moro*.  Oh, don't you worry yourself, sir.  the official said good-naturedly. We'll  booh hiy our hands on the ruffian  that knocked you about, and he'll get  liis desserts right'enough. lie won't  es cape, us.  Dynecourt tried to smile respousive-  ly, i.ui. ho had never in hla life felt  les*' like smiling. Good heavens!  would the police really lay hands on  Hoamc-6? Would ho really not escape them? Why in that caso his  own last statement might bo worse  than the first. For, who could toll  what n Henii-niadman like Sonnies  might or might not blab out, In a court  of justice? The whole truth about  his escape might easily become known  nnd tho wholo truth, too, about that  old bargain over the Hernesley monoy, mid���������Dorothy would know, 'the  whole world wouldjuiow thnt, for hit-  own purpoHt's, he, Oliver Dyne-court;'  ���������surgeon, had lot it iliurdorer got uway  Don't you fret, .('Ir, young Harding  piilil. interi'iipUiiR his chain of thought.  That lunatic isn't likely to havo gono  side, and though sho smiled back at  him ho noticed, being an observant  man, that there were shadows under  her eyes and lines about her mouth.  Is it for me that, you look tired  and anxious? ho said putting a hand  on her shou.dcr, and allowing some of  his great.tenderness for her to shine'  in his eyes. ���������.'.,..  Oh, Miles'* she answered, drawing in  her breath'Vinirply, it���������has been such  a dreadful .time of suspense-,   "  You cared enough to feel   it   like J  tliat?     A^iittle noto of glad surprise  was in his voice.  It was���������horrible, she ..said with a  shiver.  Rut yon never thought I was guilty?  She looked up into his face and  laughed. Vou���������guilty. I".-never  thought nbout it at all. I always  knew.  Dorothy, he caught her '-hand and  grasped it tightly, it is worth ah that  has happened to hear you say that.  At first I felt like a madman. It was  hard that our one year���������our little, Utile time* should be broken into'by  'such a tragedy. Theiv���������I quieted  down into a sort of philosophy.  A sort of philosophy? What sort?  Dorothy's hand still lay in her husband's, she no longer shrank from his  touch.  What sort? she repeated, when he  did not answer.  ���������1-do.n-t���������know���������that���������I���������caii-qulto���������ex*.  Pimples So Bad  He Was Ashamed  maaammmmam*>mt*>m  Tried Everything but Did It No Good,  Ono Box of Cuticura Ointment  Took Pimples Away.  ���������About -won yMiM hko plm-ilci broke  out nil over my faco nnd neck. When tin**/  would lb "it rmwi cut tln-y would Im bl������r ami  ml, linn nfliir n. while they would turn wlilte,  mul irmtt-T would enmo out. KoiWHlnif.'i  Hiey would Itch ho I could lit-nlly uleep, I  w;u inliunuil to eo down Htinot, my fuee  liiokiit co |.,id. 1 went to hc\'i'.'i'Hl iloctorii  mid cot mull-Inn, width did nm no koihI, nnd  iHiiilllitr.liilini'iit.wilvciiiiiilpivtfiilWH'iUclni'i,  but uono nf tlicm would rum my face mid  ii.cV.. A friend ailvK'il mu lo try l!iiil*-iii'i������  -ilniiiunl. I kot ono box. and It took thf  MiiiiiKh (.'Tny li'-roio I ia������l t nil U'-ni up. I  run my i li ������ wonderful .'."���������'-'dy. /ny  . iillers-r who liiwi plinplwi (lioulil uso Cjilli'iir*  niiitin'iit il tli<*y wuiit. is time rum. J iii-vnr  Iind miy ������oap eipiiil to uiiiniri* Niim..''  Vl'iii'l) AvhWr Muthi-r-i, I'urldiUI, Out.,  Vix, ll, IIUO.  Sores (ill Over Baby's Body  "When my baby Iny y������H nh montlii  eld, hli body win completely rovs-rcd  wlO> latrw porf* tlmt nowacd to licit nna  l������i;:n, Hini .hum Kini'iu bu������i������-n..i,. ���������������������������j  i-i.Mli.n \,n-,\n ft v^-M't'"* wlil������*l\ witilrl  ������pen Mid nm. mftUlnif lurcii ������������������oren. IIIh huir  rnino C^'t Wl4 'hincr linils Ml off, ami jh������  "}"* wmoW "''������ entire !>'><ly. cuosliiK  littlo or no Meon for bnby oi nij't-eif. <-������������������%*���������*  ai'nUn would (oiuo off when 1 n.-uinv'-'l 1 \������  n'.ilrt. Wn ivl'd -i nri'iit rimriy U'mu l**j tm\  noildiirr w.ml'l li-lfi Idm, till af.'l.,iid ImliitviJ  ttee.l th<������ 1,'ull'iirii I'Wip nud Olutmriit MU  m i.lioit limn liffim I conk ,t<-o tlmt ho wnu  lm|irovlii������t, oml In nit ****'.*. tl.",01',l,1,*'i<'l!  tr.iiri-ly niivd. Jl������ had rulforrd ehout UK  %'it\tnUlottt wo trl������d tho CutU'ura h.ii.p riml  C;lnimeni, ftlthnimji wo Imd tiled .���������"'v������;,������'  ������,tlur tlilnrn *ml dw'tor* too. I thlnU ll'..}  t.-iiil-iiia timtifU* will di. ull tlmt !���������������(-liIm.  for tii.-m, wild a tnttH dMlmou-.' <Mi,*i" 1  Mrs -,JM Tuhi'Uii, V'l'lfin, Mont,, J-i'i  US. 1011. ���������. .    ,.  ri'tlc'irsBflftti mtiif CnUriirtv Olntm'iitjxM  llV'll'iei-'Kd- "I'd  Uel^.U ������'.'-i:ry.'-.,''-    ���������i,';'\  to I'otii-r UiiiK A ��������� 'i'-iii, l.or|).. t,n ( <.ttiini.iit  At*.! imilJm, W. ������ A., for is IIU������nl LiA  tutu;.!������ nt cacli, villi.? s'. L^kU-t.  W    U    ll    022  .plain, even to you, he said shyly I'm  such a fool about saying/any thing  about tho thing's I feel. I'm a reserved chap, you know.  'You aro one ot the most reserved  people I ever met, she answered, but  tell me about ths philosophy, Miles.  Oh, well.'it sounds rather priggish  and absurd, put into words. But you  know, Dorothy, I feel pretty sure that  things all work out for the best, even  when they go In such a queer cross-  uraisied way as tliey have done lately  wl'tli mo. I believe, his eyes turned  again towards the summer landscape.  1 believe that what seems to us a  inost-ed-up tangle of threads without  beginnings or endings, is really a pattern all mapped out for ii dennite purpose. Even though wo aro in ignorance, God knows tho moaning of it,  and iliow tho pattern is to work out, in  tlio long run.  I believe that too, his wlfo answered jilmply, only it was much harder  to bear something that, affected you  and your honor, thnn to bear Home  troubio of my own.  I havo brought you a lot of (rouble,  dear, Miles snld wl.Bl.full>', his glance  lingering on her beautiful tired face,  and ihe-crown of her blight hair;  when I nsked you to bo my wife I  thought I was doing the best thing  1 could for you. ] havo doubtoil lately whether, after nil, I was so wise as  1. funded in.vp.olf.  lv-i*o'i\y*H uni] slipped through his,  Don't have nny doubts, she nald, you  iiiii rtiiiii. not only stemed best at  tho time, but j.vhiit him turned out for  tho best. Tnlnk of nil tlm happiness  you havo "p'lvoii mo; of all l.luit you  havo done for nic; of all tliat you  have done for my pooplo, Why! Miles,  i K'i;in ti) havo taken ouir,vthing from  you, tnid given ynu nothing in return. .  tllvon iinlhtng? Ah Ihoiish ho could  ne!. riMlvt, Iho InipulHo, ho put his arm  about her slioulrlern, nnd drew her  ('.loner to hltn, you gavo ino yoiiistdf,  Ynu lmvo given nic nil the euro and  all llio bright in I*'*- which Iui.k made our  months togi'llur like .heaven to uio.  Donitliy, dcii't you know, can't you  unden-liiiul, what It incaiiu to nm to  have you wllh ino in fliln llmo ot whiting for llio Inevitable'''  I have donr* no llllle, Hho.iiiuriiiuivi],  not drawing herm-lf away from llio  loucli of IiIh arm, It moiiiiui lo ino, ]  have (luno mailing but accept nil >oiir  gOfilillCStl,  You lmvo beiii htireyoiirsolf, ahviiyn  wllh mo. nlwnys helping me, always  making u brlghliK'HH when llilugs looked (link, ho iiinuvoiod.      Dorothy, if  Ulfj.pOHUlullH V.Cl'O l'OYl'I'HI'd, If it were  you, net I who hnd lo fnco tills gloom  WOUI'I ll iml JiliVi: ui ,.;ii. i.-ik ,.i mi nun,  ii;'"; fi.r ;* i i'.i. If Uu* vur.i yni <���������,-vc-*1. fer  lur! I'liiiivd your hisl duys wllh you'.'  Vol', t-ho wlilupercd. but--  Hut >oii a I-.* thinking that you ui/d  ho cii't* <*'|iiii)ly for each ollur, whlinl  with uh, 1 do all the fining'.' In* indifd,  ���������J'-hcre was once a certain John Mor-  risey, a noted prizefighter "and ��������� gambler, who came straight, from jail nnd  put up for election as Mayor of Now  York. At lirst tho better class of  citizens treated his candidature as a  huge joke, but thoy Bofm. found that  it was no joking matter.  All the thugs and thieves In the city-  were bis friends, and they rallied  round him. So, too, did the keepers  of gambling dens and'other even more  questionable, resorts,, Tlie police,  strcrige ub it sounds to our ears, also  sided witli him, for thoy- knew that  once 'he was elected tliey would be  given a free hand in their l'a.vorite  occupation of levying blackmail. And  so it came to pass that in the end he  was'elected and an era of corruption  set in that bus probably never been  equalled iu any city in the world.  Theu there is Sir .lanieson, Jlarl,  O.B., belter-known, perhaps, .as'"Dr.  Jim," .who,, ,as ail the world kndivs,  led" the famous, raid into the Transvaal in 1895, after the failure of which  he wits fried iu London and sentenced,  to" ten mohth's iriipi'isoiimeiit. Less  than ten years, afterwards,. in 1904,  .tliat Is to say, he was chosen Trem-ier  of Cape Colony.  His was,'of course, a political. offence. So was that which caused  Sir 'Charles Gavan Duffy, some time  Premier of "victoria, to be branded as  a. felon. ���������   lie was implicated Jn the  'faCr~wincir  More Boy Wanted  Tho little mother was distracted.  Really. Tommy, she cried, that's tho  very last piece of cake you must have  Now, don't disobey me.  But Tommy's objections to this Revere sentence were pithy and to the  point.1  Why? bellowed tiie greedy Jittlo boy.  ��������� Ills moiher looked over at him wearily.  For just this reason, she replied:  There once lived ji.'little boy exactly  Uko you,, who'1 weiit. on eating cake,  till ono day he burst. And his death  was caused by eating too much cake.  Tommy.,  The youthful scion of the house pon-  deved this while bolting tho remaining crumbs on his plate; then���������  I don't believe a,little boy could eat  too much cake, he remarked serenely.  But; darlingi said the tired little  mother, he must have 'done, because  he burst.   ., "  Ugh! Cried her promising youngster  scornfully. , It wasn't that there was  too much cake���������there wasn't enough  boy! And he stretched over for another, piece. ,  NA������bnu������oa  '8ff������  Wf*/������.  *  Prepare Yourself  For Winter's Worst  Don't wait?till you h*ve  ������aught one of those nasty colds���������fortify yourself  ���������gainst ihern by taking a course of  Na-Dru-Co Tasteless  Preparation of  God Liver Oil  CK  <*<  &  Tills "bullder-up" is rich In the medicinal  and nutritive properties bt the best  Norwegian Cod Liver OU���������without tho  disagreeabl* taste. It also contains  Extract of Malt, Extract of Wild Cherry  and valuable Hypophosphites, which  tone up the whole system and particularly strengthen the Lungs, Throat  ���������nd Bronchial Tubes.  In 50o. and $1.00 bottles, at  your druggist's. 305  NATIONAL DRUG AND  CHEMICAL CO. OF  CANADA.       .  LIMITED.  ���������m?i ,mfWf*#^AtfW&y'Kw  PERRIN  i) -  GLOVES  Famous            $  a  .wherever         ������  W^"N_\  \',:'-.'                 ������������������'   *v.'";"  gloves               ^  V ���������'"'  ^^ ^^^^------^-^  are worn.  Noted for  tlieir Fit  .A'  %,���������     ' V " ���������   '  and Finish  Deafness Cannot Be Curei!  by local Kppllca'.lmi?, ns .tboy csuno.t icard .Uio dii  nbi'ii yortkii of llif e.iv. Thpioln only-one wny to  curu dc^lnias. and tlmt In by vonstllullunal reninllM.  ]Jeaf:ic8S ia ca-.acil liy an lnllained t-oudlilon ol tlio  mucous'lliilii*- ol .the Eustnclil&n 'Aibe. When this  tube Is Inflame 1 you liave a ruiutillns nouiiil or Irn-  p������r!o;:l lienclni;. Hurt wheu It Is entirely closfrt; Deat-  aeas is the resn'ilv ������t"l tmless'the'lnilaratnallou <*a bo  Kkeu out ami Mils lube reatomd to Its normal conditio.1), hearlug villi bo deetroyed forever; nine enew  out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is "nothing  but an lunamod condltlnu.of. the mucous 'surfaces.  We will glvo One Hundred Hollar* Ior any cane ot  Deafness d'aiiGKd by catarrh) that cannot bn cured  by Hsll'r C&lairh Cure.  Pend lor circularj. tree.  F. J. CHBN"EV A- CO., Toledo, a  Bu'id by l)ni:{glf)ts, 75c.  'I'tikt Hall's Family Pll!) for conEtlpatlori.  -SHIP YOUR  GRAIN  TO  PETER JANSEN COMPANY  Grain Commission Merchant, Winnipeg, Manltotoa  Make Bills I^nJlns veafl:  Co., Winnipeg.  Liberal Adv-inciei  Port Arthur or Fc:-t tyiUSam.  Prompt Returnis  Notify Peter JtinsMi  Best Gradej  Irish reheTlion of 184Spa  was afterwards to sain him the enthusiastic support.���������-ami tlie votes���������of ail  Ms ��������� compatriot's in Australia when ho  elected to go in for politics.  Another Australian - Pre-mler who  did tinie wns Sir Charles Dihha... ���������H<1  served a sentence in .DarliiighiirRt.  Jail, Sydney, for contempt of Coin-:.  Afterwards, when, a turn .if r-V.-rtuno''-'  wneel nmde .him .Primd 'Mi'u,'*ii;o.- of  New South Wales, he had to npyoint  a new Governor of Darliiighurst. II:-  selected for tho post, ihd wardev who  hud charge of him as a prisoner.  13(lwavd fllbhon Wake I) eld, aiuii.ici'  famous Australian , statesman, wa?,  actually at one timo a conviiir. his  offence being the,, ahdiicHon of an  helre-os, a fairly o.omriion'crinie in England seventy or eighty years n;;ri, nul-  onr* which the law til way a regard ad  seriously and -.mulshed Boverely. The  Auslrallntis of his, day, however, were  many of them ex-convlcts or the des-  cendaiita of siicli,, and fheao did,not  regard hla oftenco as retlecting' on his  honour in any way, whllo the romantic clrcuiusfiiiiees siirroiiiullnii' If Ruined hini niitiiy ttyiiiiuilliizni'ti ninoiiK  llm.-. ordinary colonists. On liis ve-  Iciibp theso vnl'llod round hini, and boforo loiin' he became tlio moist, powerful polltli'iil personal^* in llio null-  (.'ontineiif. v"  Yet nnollier old convlcl, wlip ruse  throiiKli polifit'H lo hlR'h honor in Aiia-  fraliu, al'l(.r huviug served out Ilium  the Henl-en-:e of inipriHonnient pusse;!  on hhn, wiih Hi', O'Doliorty. lie  \yiui coiivii'.k'd nnd Iransported for  IrciiHcni, and on hln rolens'..* lie becaiue  a jiiijjuliir luiro. lie fiat in both  Hoiihi'h lu tars QueciiHland l'arllaiiiout,  I  of-  Yes, mused the thonshlful thinker,  it's a sure sign  ���������  What's a sure sign? was asked.  That when a young man begins to  know that he doesn't kiiow, ns much  ti3 he thinks he knows, then he begins  to know something.  .Worms sap flic strength and undermine tlio vitality of children'.'Strengthen Ihom by using Mother' (.raves'  Worm Kxterininator to drive out the  parasites.  Lazy, or Not Lazy  A lawsuit was recently in full swing  and during lis progress a witness was  cross-examined as to the 'habits aud  character of tho defendant,  Has Sir. M- a reputation for hoing abnormally lazy'.' asked counsel  briskly,  Well, ?,!r, It's this wny���������  .Will you kindly answer iho qiioation  asked? struck lu the irascible lawyer.  .Well, sir, 1 was going .1:6'"say It's  llils'wuy. 1 don't want to do tho  'gentleman in question any injustice.  An'1 I won't" go as far as to .sny, sir,  that, lie's hi'/y exactly; but. II' it required- liny voluntary work on his part  to digest his food-���������why, he'd die from  lack of nourishment, sir. ,  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper  and ul'iorwai'd:  fle.liU post*' In  filled  -AtiX-l I'll!  Intl. colony.  Obvious  Wiiui In your .iivoi'll  ar.i'.-'d lhe lifirenf-,      Hut  know tlmi. without u*-kiii'-  Wcll, wliai Hhyuhi H \n  'I'li'i mai'kohl.  Ilow  1   Oil  liul  ���������in  io  Scori'-hoi' |l" 'Tiuiilry nrlls  In iiiilntliii; a hiiuli-cape)--Unllior rum  coiiy, lilll'l ll? 1 o\|ieclci| in Ilnd  Hiiiiin art liis iH'-rc. 1 sturtod l" c.iiii'*  ycHtordiiy, IjuI: I broko my cliiiln.  ���������Tho An lul (noi in u very plsuiHaiii  mood )���������- oli, Imii cd, nnd hnw.' jou hli-  I en iinyono yd?  Reminded Him  J't'cli -Viiii will never Md, the do.  lo mind you, my dtnir.  Mrn. Vork I will with )i,'itli*in*e.  You  were jusl  ins troublem-nic  ymii-  trUfi   Ul   llVlit,  All linihrellii mnde thief-proof by being locked In hiicIi ii niannor Hint, 11,  cannot bo opened bus been inventwl  by a London clotik-rooin attendant.  Tlm locking device consists of a motiil  collar one end of whicli may bo slipped  down over tlio rib lips, nnd Is ho  fiii'cly locked to (liein by revolving  llio ili.roo nii'ltil I'iiiur'i. These rings  ber    tlm letters and uuiiierulis of the  M.*0!'l'l    COIllblllililoll.  A  Ready Wenpon  Agnlnat Pain.���������  There Is nothing equal to Hr, Tliom.  n.!;' Klm.'iric Oil when well rubbed hi.  It jx-iiotviiti!!:', fho ilHsuoa und li.iln ills-  (i|������peiir������ boforo   H,     ��������� Thoro   Ih    no  known propnriiUoii ilinl will reach Iho  iu 'ii'cil   ,;l)f1, 'Hih-koi' than ihiu niiiglc. Oil. In  : coiise(|iieiKvo it riinkH ilinl anioiig Hit*  inioiitii now ol't'di'eil In iho public and  Is iH'coi'dc'il Iin*!. iilitce niiioiig nil Up  coiiiiK.litoni.  More About  The Loading Platform  "The "pres^-genei^T^l)T\^  difficulties ani vexations experienced by fa el.? predecessors in uia  earlier years -,vhon no one could get a carload of grain -.shipped in  hulk except by loading it 'through an elevator Tho system forced  the majority of farmers to sell their grain to tbo elevator ownerD  at arbitrary prices, and oft times to suh rait to heavy dockage ami  other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction. Now, however,  the distribution of cars as fixed by tho Grain Act. and the use of tha  loading platform, provide faclllths which enable the farmer to secure  satisfactory ireatmeut in the disposal of his grain, and the highest  market prices at time of sale. 3very farmer therefore, should moro  and more endeavor to use the loading platform li shipping his grain  to the terminal elevators. It Is the safeguard'of the farmers' tree,  dom in disposing of hjs grain to (ho best advantage for himself, u  farmers refrain from using the loading platform freely, It might result In ita hoing done away with, because railway companies and  elevator ownc-rs aro strongly opposed to it. It to easy to understand  why elevator people deBlro the loading platform abolished. The railway peoplo on their part say it delays the loading of carB and holps to  ensure car shortage. This wo know t*> ho nonsense, because fro-  fluently nfter cars are loaded, whether with grain, coal, lumber, or  other ineroliandlse, they are aid (tracked for dnyo and oven woekn  Inptead ot being promptly moved forward to destination. It is engine  shortage a.nd shortage-of compoUnt train mon .that.. mostly caussn  grain bloclcalei** on railways and not Ineli of ot\r&. Let overy*ii*nr.***������  therefore, do all ho can to uao thn load lng'platform and become an Independent shipper. In Btihsoi'iont advertisements Wo will state In  detail the 'mvings and other advantagen of direct loading into car������  compared with loading through elevator*.  Wo handle the farmers grain strictly on commission, make libera!  , arlviinoes on car-bills of lading, suporvlBc. tin grading at tlmo caru  nre Inspeoted, Rccuro tho 'high out prices at Iim?   of   ealo   and   make  prompt returis when sold.   Wrlto ua for Bhippins instructions anil  mnrket Information.    \  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  I  1  -ti-  i  70V703 Y. GRAIN EXCHANGE.  WINNIPEG, CANADA.  A frco I'l'iinl of 100 to -tin iii'i'i-'i* of  fuic.i-1 Inud in Hindi* by iho I'liiiadlun  (Invcrninciil. on tho hIiiijiIo condliioiiM  of ii'sldonco nnd cultivation, to any  iiotller over eighteen yc.'int ru1 ago, In  tin* jirovhu'OH of New llriiiiiiwiek and  Ontario, nnd IHO ncroif of land jn Man.  Itohn, f-hiHt-awheiviiii, Alberl.i, Vulcon,  ninl'Miino pai'U of HrltlHh Columbln,  Oo llii'ii  i,  Illlll*.',   my  I IH  I...-;   Ill   ),'.'���������       'i-VT,  wiiillhy .iiov,-.  l''rir*ti(l '.loiu'H  Milt'.'  lie Hldi-   \u iihuiu chick,  um ii*  :.'������������������ i.  ������������������Whnt  did  he  have  . * j i������.*', i*. . \'i .-iti ,,ni.i i,, ,  Not all, Mile*!, not nM. iiiii** iiniil, h������tr  Imnd middi'iily touching his with nu  ���������'liner KfHliiio, lllih (il, Inderd it in not j ohcho  find  Hint.     You rim ho much inore- -   .,     ' tb,. jmrpo.**  a-inlitn    I'urtnllmenlMllvl- ��������� 1     deiivlv  lovo lo llRteii lo the licking of a clock,  ll. ttcciiu' (o luo uiiii it i ioi'A i.iin a i.iiij.,'  liiiHi ymt  liili'ia  r'h)'  ,x (lhll-fcl.  I Mu:** to you than I lined to be? lie ,  ! npnko half In teiidcriii nn, hnlf 111 JohI* !  ' tin*-, bin bnii'l roftly louehinp her hnlr l  jl li'ivcn't woi'iiod >o'i lnu much \o.th j  I iiuiHinc'ital nffcfllnii. huvo I, do.ii*? I  !     Wi rrli'il me'.' MIIch-���������->, h1i<. drew )i,-r-  ��������� ii   i.i.-... ...���������.   in"   a.i.v.'   im-.,.   .... -   ui,  conn* very fii*-lilon:ibl������.     It ls n vallior  ciiiiibroiiH i'liniieiit, lint,    lh-i    I'ortu.  h.it It  iii'-rvuu fxcellnntly  of a uiiu-klntoHli.     It In  lUHdc I'hHi'i'ly (f lirnv,*, ami the wot  null down the individual straw a., niul  ���������io (Iroi.'j t*i tlie ground.  liu'liidllig ilie High fonn nf .Tuutlc'.'  Un* ( ".lit ol Appi'iil, nnd iim i nun ot)  Ki'tf lroin  i.'iihln  his encircling ntin, ' Ciliiiltial Apnea,I, the lotnl coft of ii������i������������������ i  nn;! fiifi-i!  him  wllh  a  flur-h nn  In ������������������   ~  fnco, I wish, ah, how I wl������h ! could  g!vi you all you would llko.  .To hn if'ontlnuftll :ni* mm. j  HU-', was nearly $3,i,ii(i,(i00. while the  lecclptH were v.-x< Jl.noo.OOO a'iiort of J  thU mm.  r* ������������������"������ im���������nnii'. ��������� ������.������.��������������� ������..������,.������������^,  Maypole Soap        )  JIOME DVB  Ciivfi licli, tvtn  e&loii, lt*f Item  slit sit i inrlnliioliil.  fly liul, Does nol  iliinliandiorUltlci  24 colriri, will give  ������ny ilmlf,  CoWs  10c. black iric, ������l  -,wui i!:.'lci'j oi  prut - |itiJ H'jlli  lmoklcl  "Ilow lo  F. 1. BEKEDICT & CO, Minimi  Confounding a Braggart  At ilio timo whMii l-ouls Napoleon  wiib I'reKldnnt, of tho 1'VfiJU'h HopuM'lo  iho commander at Ia'ohh wim UenoiMl  CaHtclliuio, an old ������olillor whoiio fltorn  rulo liopt lit I'heolc tho riotous spirits  of Unit dlKonlorly t'lty.  One of the mont bolHlorouu of ihe  litluir wn������ ix bnrbi'r, who openly hoiuit.  cd tlmt he only waited for tlio opportunity of rhldliiK tho city of lttt Htern  coiiuuniiilur.  Tho Konerul henrd of tlio thront, and  olio iiftwiior.ii (.rdoi'i'd hln coacliinan  io drive to Uie hnrber'n nhop. Lcavlnn  hln cairlano. tint Knneral t'litcrod tho  f,1ioi> iinattondod, look a Kent ln ii  vamin,t chnlr, mid de**lt('d Iho hiirhor  to HllllVG lllll*.  Tho mstoiilplied liraRnnrl. phrfoniicd  iho operation nn woll oh bin nervoiis-  liens would permit. When lio hud  llninlicd tho ncnri'til, whllo ��������� puylng  him, (juloily liiild:--  .".MoiiBloiir, Plnco you have not availed ynurKcIf of Uio opportunity 1o out  ill)'  HllOill.  W.'Wcil   1 llilH' sjileli in ;������*.ii  ���������.*,.i:1,l it -on' ho v'.f' for you to refrain from uitniiiiR Uirentu that you  have'not Iho eonragb'to carry out?  A RiiRe and rovri'iuul KonUoinaii wns  I e.';nii'lii!ii'K n liinnll Kohool.  i    i.i  ...... ���������>>).... .   '���������-    ,..���������.,.������..>,. . ..  the pitiiiciilrii'H of tl\o flvo floimou pro-  j Rt'litcil iheiiiKelves.      Now, children,  what In Iho car tho organ of? tho examiner npU-srt.  Hcurlnp, was armwered by iiiiiny,   ,f���������  What Ih iho eye for?  Heeln*.;.  And the norc?  Oinelllng.  And iho toii>-uf?  No  III18SV01*.  Co nu* now, said ihe fsniiiliiiT, lu a  kindly vole:->,  what do you aay th������  tonauo In for?    ���������  1    For put tin* oott  I hato flnl'.ory, alio nald.  Of courso you do, ho replied, Kvery  prclly Klrl doos,  Then nho drew n long, deep rIkIi,  and jieriiiltted him to press hor cheol'  aKnitiwt his own.  Ulobbu���������Aly wlro ihliil-n It'u wicked  for nm to play hrldKo.  Slohlio���������It in--llm wny you play III  India -linn 147 vci'iuicuhir liiiigtui^oH,  Ur.i chief of whldh nro Hindi, Men-  unli, Hlhivil, MiuiitliJ. ranjiibi, Turn-  11, nnd Ti-lugu.  flo loin; uro aa 1840, Edward III,  panned n Ht'itiitn ordorlnis the wlior-  IffH lo nupproHH foot.bnll In Ifinghind,  and thlrty-llvo years provlounly to  Unit Edward II. IbkiickI a proohuvuviion  forbidding (ho popnhico to Inuitlo ovor  hrge hulls.- in lhe street!) of Iho City  of ic.ntlon.  4  .It.l       iiii.l,     U*'     J *>!���������������      ........      .....  ^      .......     i.i  life will pny vou?  No, fiiitlifir; but I'm hoping yon will!  B tfawmaPz     **%      a SniHSr!  i* *������������ ��������� ������W      tn, a       a aamm-am  the proper help to vlcl your system  of llio poisonous bllo wliicli causes  headaches, ilutuleiico and tliscom-  i&ti,' J.ty comiiion consent tho  proper���������and   the   best ���������help   ij  ___        /_,_,_-__ _.  .__._    ____. *\h  BEECH AM S  OTT.f.fi  ������������������Id tttryv'fitta,  In tiottt. Ita  /  M*v*}- -"w&K-Mamm  4*. nJ>  the atews, Cumberland. i\. a  STOREY'S  EXTRA BIG  SHIRTS  Large Body���������Long Sleeves.     Just  tho Shirt-for Big Man  For Ba|e by Dealers Everywhere  Made by       "    .  W. H. Storey &S011, Acton, Ont.  PANAMA CANAL  !  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All Outside Rooms  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Engineers and Boiiermalcors  Boilers   of   all     kinds���������Engines,  Purapa, and Heavy Plaia Worlt  Writ*.- uo for Prices.       .  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  I  'Mta'N&ilcYN''Cl!alx ......  Are tho bos* over mado and are guaranteed to give you satisfaction. At  all dealers; or send us 25 cents statin*! sty. j and she required.  The Arlington Co,, of Canada, Ltd.,  68 Frater Ave., Toronto, Ont  Latest Marvel of Engineering  The construction of the Panama  Oanal "aoroBS tho narrowest part of  Central America-���������the total length of  the canal being about thirty-five miles  ���������has cost $550,000,000. :  . For nearly 400 year tlio Joining up  of tho Atlantlo and Pacific Ooeana by  means of a canal cut at Panama has  been tho dream or engineers and navigators. Tho suggestion that such a  canal could be constructed waa flrat  mado In the sixteenth century.  But although surveys wero made by  such countries as Spain, Holland and  America, with a view to cutting a  great canal, nothing was done to carry  out any plan until Ferdinand do Lea-  seps, tho man who constructed the  Suez Canal, convened in Paris In  1879 an international congre-j* to discuss a plan for cutting through tho  Isthmus of Panama. 'Do Lcssops's  plan was adopted, money got togothor  and two years later.a commencement  was made on tho work.  At first Do Lessops's Engineering  Contmhssion to Panama estimated that  tlie cost of tho canal would be ?200,-  000,000, but tho great engineer reduced their figures to $120,000,000,  and; announced that a tide-level canal  could bo completed for that sum.  Tho history of Do Lessops's tragic  failuro 'is" well known, year after  year tho work went on, and littlo progress seemed to be mado. More millions wero,borrowed until, nt tho end  of eight years, $360,000,000 had been  expended in endeavoring to carry out  his project���������a sum three times 0 as  largo .as the whole cost of the Suez  Canal, completed "and available for  traffic.  Then tho crash came, and some  800,000 holders of shares ia France  lost their money; and the story of  mismanagement, bribery of public  persons and journals in France, and'  the investigations, prosecutions, and  imprisonment of De Lesseps, and his  sou Charles and others, which damaged the credit of many eminent men,  shook the Republic.to its foundations.  After the Panama scandals, practl-j  ciiliy nothing was done for ten years']  and then tho French company which  had been formed by Do Losseps so.ld  the canal to the United States for  $50,000,000. Then camo another difficulty. Columbia, which is connected with Costa Rica by tho "Isthmus,  refused to grant territorial"rights to  the States with a view to tho completion of the canal. .Thereupon oe-  curred startling developments, for  Panama, anxious for the construction  of the canal, revolted, declared itself  an independent State,' and was duly  recognized as such by tho United  States.  ���������With:littlo loss of time a treaty was  signed, by which the State of Panama  granted the use in perpetuity of_a_  zone~ten���������miles~WiaoT~wrtli~air "rights  of proprietorship to tlio United  States. In consequence of this the  State paid the little Republic $10,000,-  000 down and an annual subsidy of  $2,500,000, which subsidy begins this  year; Altogether the canal haa cost  f tlie'States $200,000,000, which includes  tlie $50,000,000 paid to the Fronch  company, $10,000,000 to Panama and  $140,000,000 for construction.  Years ago, according to the Hay-  Pauncofoto Treaty, it was agreed that  tho canal should bo noiitral and opon  to tho commerce of the world, but  tho oxcluslvo control a,nd management was left to tho United StatoB.  And It is becauso. America now demands that all vessels, other than  thoso belonging to the States, shall  pay a toll for passing through the  canal that tho indignation "of European countries has been aroused., ���������  Rates and the Cost of Living  A citizen of Western Canada is  breakfasting at an Ottawa hotel on  bread and butter, bacon, eggs and  coffeo, Tho waiter hands him the  bill, which Is more than it used to bo  when ho was there a few years ago,  and, ot.course, ho lays,tlie blame on  rail rates,  Lot us consider the facts. Tho  rata on flour from Winnipeg to Ottawa in car-load lots, all-rail, hi 80 cents  por 100 pounds, say 60 cents for a  barrel of 193 pounds. Manitoba flour  being strong and well-matured, tho  Ottawa baker is ablo to mako 198  oaves, each weighing V& pounds, from  a barrel, tho addition of wator and  yeast accounting for tho seemingly  miraculous increase in tho flour. Assuming that our friend cats heartily  of bread, wo got down to,this.sum  hrRulo of Three:���������-If tho rail rato cm  the principal raw material of 196'  loaves ls 60 cents, what portion of it  is paid by the consumer of half a loaf.  Tho hotel pays five cents or.ao.por  loaf, but may charge him t'wlco or  threo times that much for half a one.  In any evont it is evident that tho  rail rato constitutes the merest fraction of the first cost of tho bread.  That a barrel of flour should bo carried 1300 miles for 60 cents ls, if one  comes to think of It, nothing short of  wonderful. lu Eastern Canada' It  costs 25 cents or thereabouts to move  a barrel by horso and wagon from tho  railway station to the nearest house  In town,  The bacon is brought to Ottawa from  Toronto and ilia Canadian Paclflo rato  for car-load lots Is 20 cents per 100  pounds. The butter and eggs come  from Smith's Falls and the rato for  les-j thun car-load lots is 15 and 19  cents per 100 pounds respectively. We  need not troubio ourselves about the  coffee. ���������'������������������-,��������� *  Bacon retails in Ottawa just now  for 25 and butter for SO cents per  pound, and^-eggsfor 30 cents por dozen. Once more, therefore, the rail  rato Is a wholly insignificant factor  in the composition of tho price, and  consequently in tlio Westerner's hotel  bill.   . " ��������� .-���������  \IIero, however, we see tho beneficent working of the principle of  charging what the traffic will bear,  which he says Is an outrageous principle because it means that the railways mulct'tho settler for all ho can  pay and live. In reality it means  quite tho opposite. The bacon, butter and oggs pay..a .higher rate by a  good deal in proportion to length of  haul * than the flour, in order that the  flour may be shipped from Manitoba  to distant markets and leave the miller and the farmer a tolerably, good  profit. '.'. But for this system the Can:  adian West would still ..be,to a great  extent a desert place.  A  REMARKABLE    MIGRATION  Tho migration ot thb goose from the  JsTorth to tho South, and again back  from tho South to tho Nortli, Is one  of the mysteries of nature which has  not yet been explained, but tho big  'annual excursion migration _of Western Canadians to Great Britain, Eastern Canada and: the United States is  more easily explained."  The migration is looked forward to  by all tho big railroads interested in  the traffic it was started 25 yoara  ago1 and has been growing lu voltimo  yearly since.  Hosts of passenger traffic solicitors from tlio railroads in the United  States and Canada invade Western  Canada at this time of year to point  out tho undoubted advantages of their  lines with sure and certain conviction  that* their-fovenuoB will bo boosted.  This year the Canadian Northern  Railway Is helping the migration by  Btrong arguments put up in dainty  booklots,,,dlsLrlhuted by tholr agents.  Theso booklets contain full Information regarding tho very low fares to  Kastorn Canada nnd England, when  and whero tickets may. be purchased,  details of time tables" and choico of  routeB.  DISTRESS FROM  INDIGESTION  TRIED IN VAIN TO GET A CURE-  ALL MEDICINES FAILED  the  FOR MAKING SOAR  SOFTENING WATER,  REMOVING  PAINT,  DISINFECTING SINKS.  CLOSETS,DRAINS,ETC  sold everywhere:  refuse substitutes  Hie Only Claim For the Slate  Little Mr. Splnks was an excollent     without tho slightest ceremony, tho  man of business, and fairly prosper-1 0ld dairy farmer bundled into an al-  Dragged  Down    by  Asthma.���������The  man or woman who is continually sub;  Ject to asthma is unfitted for his or  her life's work. Strength departs  and energy is taken away until life  becomes a dreary existouce. And  yet this is needless.,, Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has brought  a great change to an army of sufferers. It relioyes the restricted air  tubes and guards against future trouble.     Try it.  Aid Trouble Disappeared   When  Liver and Bowels Were Set  Right by.  DR CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  You cannot make a greater, mistake  than- to think that indigestion is confined to the stomach, It Is a disease  of the liver and bowels, and it is only  by "getting these organs healthy and  active that you can ever hope to cure  chronic indigestion.  Hero are two cases reported by Mr.  Skinner which will tell of continued  failure to curo indigestion by dosing  the .stomach. Both wore cured'thoroughly by U3ing Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills.   -  Mr. At C. Skinner, Atlantic St.,  Hardwoodhill, Sydney. C.B., writes:  ���������"My wife was troubled with indigestion and tried all sorts of medicines in vain. Hearing about Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, I got lief  to try them, and to our groat delight  sho was cured. Wo would not think  ,pf being' without them in tho house  'for-.use when the liver and bowels be-  -came������slugglsh-rry-+������������������-,."*. ��������� :   -.-���������������������������  "I told a friend about them and  gavo him a box. He had suffered  from indigestion' for years and tried  most everything he.could get. Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills wero also  successful in his case, and he says  they beat any, medicine ho ever came  across."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25c. a box, at all dealers  or Bdniansou, Bates & Co.,' Limited,  Toronto.  ous In a modest way, but he lacked  artistic talents.  His better half, on the other hand,  was well-known among a certain literary and artistic set as being a remarkably brilliant woman, and one  witli great powers of entertaining.  It chanced that both Mr. and Mrs.  Splnks_\vere inadvertently asked to a  largo party together���������a Bohemian  gathering, which was not quite In the  littlo man's lino. During Uio courso  of the evening his wlfo sang, nnd^tke  richness of her voice attracted a-well-  known man who happened to bo present. ;���������',  He,asked to be Introduced to her.  This was dono by tho hostess, but in  about five minutes after effecting the  introduction, she hurried up, and carried Mrs. Splnks off again, telling  the discomfited stranger that lie mustn't monopolise the celebrated woman.  But I'll Introduce you to Mr. Splnks.  sho added, by way of consolation, '  Mr. Splnks! ejaculated the great  one. Never heard of him, lie's a  stranger, isn't he? What's he famous  for? ���������' '   ��������� ;  Er���������well, his wife 1    y  Visitor���������That's the village doctor,  isn't it? "  Native���������Yes,  Visitor���������Is ho a good doctor?  Native���������Oh, ho's all right if you've  got a strong constitution,  Mlnard's  Liniment  Cures Garget  Cows  In  A WELL-KNOWN MAN;  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������I can recommend your  MINARD'S LINIMENT for   Rheumatism and Sprains, as I havo used it  for both with excellent results.  Yours truly,  T.  B.  LAVEHS,   ^ St���������Jp_hn.  ready overcrowded railway compartment, and it so happened that ono of  his customers was also ln tho carriage.  Tho particular customer was rather  a dandified person, and by way of  pleasantry asked tho farmer tho nature of the, contents of the, box he held  under his arm.  Well, said tho dairyman, as a mat-.  ter of fact, sir, this ls a bflx of chalk.  I see, replied tho young man, with  an air of fact wisdom. Chalk for Uio  milk���������oh?        ;', i> ...  Well, not exactly, drawled tho man  of tho soil. I've dono eo much  chalking-up for the milk you've had  on tick, that I've had to buy another  box of chalk.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD  BOUTlUW lhe CIIIU), fiOl'Tl'NS the OHMS,  A!,1,A.YS till PAIN l CUKKH WIND COLIC, ttiut  ln tlie hem remedy for HIAHIUUI'A.. It lit nil-  nolulcly liiivinlcHH, Ho (>iir������ oml mile for "Mm,'  Winslow's Hooililtis Syrup," mul Ukc no oilier  kiml, 'i'wetily-uve ceuts a liollle,  I  Ikcy-Thin coat Is green! You said  It was plum color von I bought it lust  nlghl.  Mohos--Tiiat'n all right, my hoy, It  ain't turned rlpo yet.  t  Tho statistics of Fronch Insurance  companies jpovo beyond (iiientlon that  woinon livo loiifior than mon; nor hi  tlio fouitiilno advanlngo In longevity a  mutter of a few moullni, or oven yours  Tho illfforonoo Is ono of nlniost a  third, Thus tlio average ngo of  death for women r.uiiiilliiiitii ou (ho  bookn of ono coinpniiy Ih seventy, nnd  for mnn a tin.ro llfty, Another company has Rovcral oeiitennrliiiiM, all womnn, on itn hooltB, This company  lis now thinking of revising tho tariffs  mid making ono law for tlio iiiiui mid  another for tho woman,  Royal Fanclero  Tho lato King Edward VII. is the  only English monarch to havo owned  a National plgeon-raca winner, In  1899. when Prince of Wales, ho supplied tho First National 11 lor from  Lerwick���������a flight of over 510 miles  ���������and although tlio bird was ontorod  in tlie namo of Mr. Jackson, tho chief  keeper at Stiwlrlnglinm, iho Peacemaker, with his usual good judgment,  allowed it to ho public knowledge that  tho winner was from Sandrliigham.  Singularly enough the third, fourtih  and eleventh prizes In tho imnio event  went to King Ueorgo V , thon Duko of  York. Our present King is still an  imlont pigoon-fanclor, boln-B president  of tho National Flying Club; whilst  both kings navo given cups for racing plgooiis, and those nro keenly con-  tested each year,  Quoon Alexandra, too, was a generous supporter of the feathered fancy,  llantains woro her favorites, nnd tho  Saiidrlnghani ntiul met with much ruo-  cobs at tho shows. Old Fivgllsh  gamo, Koseeontlm, Gold mil Sliver  Sebright s, 1-uklnn. mil Japanoso wore  tho miniatures in which uiio showeil  grorit lntori'Ht. Her lovo of dumb  animals onused Imr to mako a ulniul  ngaliiHt tlio priHMlco of ilnhblng nnmo  fowls, and hor hunmiii'iicBii in this  niiulo iior oxcot'illngly popular  auioiiiist lady faniihM'B,  The Other Half  Tho parish tea was ovor, and the  curate stood up to Bay a fow word3  to tho 'recipients beforo thoy dispersed, lio spoko In eloquent terms  of tho'lnipocunloslty of curates in general and then went on to say, in apparently touching tones: Why, oven  as I stand beforo you now 1 havo ouly  half a shirt on my back.  A few days,later the reverend gentleman received iv- parcel containing  half-a-dozen now shirts, accompanied  by a card.bearing llio namo of ono of  his fair (though, alas! no longer  young) parlshlniiors. At tho earllost  opportunity ho called upon tho lady,  and Uinnkod hor for tho gift, and then  proceeded to nsk what luul prompted  tho kind action,  Why? sho repllod, you told ua tho  other night that you luul only half a  shirt to your back,  Truo, hn niiHwored, hut (ho othor  half was In front,  Mln.ird'o Liniment Cures Colds, Ac,  VJ*3MAimMmVk  60c. o box or ilx boxen tor $2.90,  ���������t all dealer*, or The Dodde Medl-  cine Company( Limited, Trronto,  Canada.  Oatrlch Plums In Jar������ .  Thoro !������ no plnco llko rx pawnshop  for picking up useful hlnls, Raid tho  Improvident man. livery tlmo my  clrounistancoB compel mo to patron-  I/o ono f Rlf'iui' Mniiii) Item of ijonoral  liiforiiiiitlon that iilinoiit rcomiclloii mo  to tho iitH'PPNlty of lining thoro. On  my lust visit I saw a man mUiemlng  dfitt'leli ff'iitlifi'H,      Miir uricln lirmip'M  tlioin out tightly scaled In a glium  j.u.  What did you can them far? tho  man naked.  So tliey wouldn't, spoil, said tho  pawnbroker A kIiihh Jnr is tho  safest thing on earth to kenp fc*alh**rs  In, .Mollis ninl 1111hr. ('.'iiuhit j.;ci nt  them. Bcshk'H, you can koop u*i  oyo mi thorn cnally, and any. troubio  that. inlS'ht havo boon brooilliig when  Iho feathers wom brought in can bo  discovered and nipped lu the hud,  That hint I consider worth going  to a pawnshop for. Thi way things  look now nooody belonging to mo will  i ever have any ostrich plumes lo infir,  cure of, but If wo ever hnvo nny I  shall know what to do with tlicm,  Making It Up  What? shrinked the visitor, In nn  Indignant volco You're going to  eliargo mo livo HhlllltigH for that poky  littlo room I luul last, night? It's* pro-  poHtorous,  Woll, air, ropllml fho ..landlady, Unit's  our cliurgo. und I cannot alior it.  Tlio. visitor nearly burst liliiisolf  with wrath,  Anyhow, I refuso to pay It, ho wont  on. Kiipr-chilly lis 1 didn't got a  wink of sloop laid, night. 1 was walk������  lng up and down tho wholo tlmo with  raging toothache.  Tho landlady sinllod, tin only landladies cnn smllo.  In Mint case, nir, sho sold, T must  eliargo you un extra shilling for wear  of t lio carpnt.  Willie's Deal  Wllllo had a yellow dog that was a  perfect nuisance, but so devoted was  tho boy to him that he could not be  persuaded to havo hlrn killed. Ono  day when his father had been unusually annoyed:by the antics of the dog  ho called Willie in from play and  said: ���������  My boy, I'll glvo you a sovereign  if you get rid of that dog.  Willie's faco expressed great, amazement at tho thought of so much money  belonging to him. Ilo looked long at  the dog,, and llnally told his father ho  would glvo lilm.his decision tho next  day. ���������'.'  Tho following dny Wllllo sought his  fathor and said.*���������  I've got rid of Max, father.  I'h moro than glad, Willie, said the  father. Hero's your money; you've  earned it, How did you got rid of  him?  Why, answerod Wllllo, as ho put tho  money In his pockot, I swopped lilm to  Bill Morgan for two yellow pups.  Trying a case over tlie telephone is  the novel mothod adopted by a Now  York coroner ln order to savo tlmo  Mr. Hollensteln, a coroner, took the  evidence of witnesses, listened to arguments and gavo his decision without  leaving" his Btudy, chair.  GUARD BABY FROM COLDS  The mother can guard her littlo-  ones from colds during tho damp, cold  fall days by tho uso of Baby's Own  Tablets. Tho Tablets act as a gentle laxative, keeping fho bowels working freely and th. stomach Bweet���������  that is the secret of preventing colds.  The Tablets will 1191 only prevent or  banish colds, but Will euro constipation, indigestion, expel worms and  mako teething easy. They are sold  under the guarantee of a government  analyst to contain no harmful drugs  and may safely.be given to tho newborn babe. Sold by medicine dealers  or by mall at 25 cents a box from Tho  Dr. Williams' Medicino Co.. Brockville, Ont.    '.���������-'���������'      ..  It all Depended  Fair Elizabeth tripped blithely into tho country post olllee.  Now, I want to know, sho demanded, with a tell talo blush, ns eho  handed tho clerk a pink communication addressed to hor lovor, how long  It will bo beforo I get nn unswer to  this letter?  That depends, ho answorod, If he's  In jail thoy will let him wrlto onco a  week, or maybo onco a month only,  If he's dead broko he'll havo to wait  till ho can earn tho prlco of a stamp,  and I have no data upon which to base  an opinion of his earning capacities.  If he's 111 in bod lio may not caro to  dictate his heart's BontlmentB to tx cold  disinterested third party; and If It's  smallpox they won't lot him wrlto at  all; ditto If ho's dead. Then again,  if ho's got n now girl���������  At whicli nioniont ho realized that  tho.fair lOIlzabeth hud flown,  ���������An-Oklahomn-reBldent-lmsTietltion"  ed tho authorities to havo all tho  street lamps turned out by midnight,  alleging that his fowls feast all night  on tho grasshoppers attracted by tho  electric light-;. Tho hens are drowsy next day and do not lay.  Glasgow Rangers won every match  in tho Scottish League Competition In  189iM890. and no other club has accomplished this performance.  Very many porsons die annually  from (Miolera nnd' kindred Hum mor  complaints, who might havo boon  saved if proper reinodlos had boon  UHOd. If attacked do not dolny In  gofting a boUlc* of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dynoutcry Cordial, tho tnodlclno that  novor fulls to effect n euro, Thoso  who havo used It any it nets promptly  and thoroughly subdues tho palu nml  ilisimuo,  -znr.  An extraordinary sceno was witnessed at Calcutta recently whon a small  trolly, studded with rows of iron  spikes, on which a Hindu was lying at  full length, was being pulled through  tho streets. A largo crowd was following, Inquiries elicited tho Information that tho man was doing penance, and was on his way to tho temple of tho goddess Kail, at Knllghut.  Tho Hindu had beon.'several days on  tho Journey, and wn������ In a terriblo condition. The spikes, which n tun bored  about 150, woro qulto sharp, and tho  man woro only a loin cloth, Ho must  havo been .Buffering aeuln palu from  tho fact that his body wan bruised and  lacerated all ovor us a result of lying  on tho sharp naila. Nolthor tho polico nor any passer hy mndo any at-  tompt to stop tho .iJulMinpoHed torture.  1  W. N. U. 922  Hlnco 18(17, Mio largest Liberal majority in lhltnln was ','M, In 1000.  ou J 1 lu* Hiiullewt was I lu 1817; whllo  tli-! !:irr<*f*t rril'irtf.;; majority v.'iu ir.2  In K'% and llio smallcm ii In 1889,  Fully Explained  Look lioni, rtornim! tho customer,  pointing to tho turooii, what is tlio  moaning of tlmt dead ily In tho soup?  1 rogrot, nir, mild tlio waiter, pollte-  !..      T       . . 11,...  ���������t,   -  ������������������-  ���������  "���������','������" J   I'-"*   '������������������������������������>   *"-   i.<"~  sired Information. I am only supposed to servo tho roup, not explain  Uio Jngrcillonfn.  But a dend ily, man, persisted tho  ciisloiuer, a dead flyl How did It  happen?  I am norry lo say, sir, niplJixl the  waiter, I ha'.0 no hkuliow tho pour  creature met Un fat**, Possibly it  had not lulu 11 any fund lur 11 Ioiik  tlnio, nnd fluttering near tho noup,  found tho flavour parlleu'arly plc*H!r.g  and, eating ton heartily, eoiittaeff-d  nppcnilcltls or sonic* kindred ailment,  which, In tlio nl'f>t>nt*fl of nn opportun-  Ky for tho application of fho X-ray.*  uud li.ii it .luli.'iil '>|iciulU>'>, inuM-il  Its untimely end.  Riiperfitltlous pooplo In Franco aro  worried hy tho licw mothod of counting tho hours. Trains which start  at 1 p.m. (now thlrtoon o'clock) aro  much loss crowded than others, especially on Fridays. It ls curious  liiiw tho Kiipprntlllon of thirteen  persIstH. Mawnot never dated his  lotturiJ on tho fatal day. llvrtn his  iniimiHorlptH ho��������� numbered Miiis: 12, 12  bis, 14, Ily a Ktiango noiiiciilonoo  or fatality tho great r.oiiipnsor died on  tho thirteenth of tlio month In a year  whoso flgur.s nddod up amount to  thirteen.  Pertaining to Parke  In England tho first Inrgo park open  w (no puiuto was WouUMtock, rormed  by Henry 1, Jn 1111:. O." -������������������'.���������(k<.";i  tlmon the niof't famous parka known  to dwellers of tl*o mi*tropoll������ aro Ito-  gent's and Hyde.  Tho former won originally the  grounds of 11 pnlnco hdmigliiK to good  -i4,..\.\!',. it\,A/>, y.'iiiiM isif-i'*. i'.fir, ih;iuuK-  wl to tho Abbey of Westminster, nnd  becamo Crown property in 1535. when  tho Abbey wai dissolved,  Tho Unltoil Kingdom, however, cannot rival America for tlio ��������� ol������o and  splendor of Ito public- park**. Tho  famoiifi Yollo-vHfono Park, Wyoming,  coualttts of no fewor than 8.300 wpmre  miles, and Includes mountain-*, forestn  nnd volcanic gi-ynnri!.  Another wonderful product of America In a park built by a Mr, Duke, n  wealthy tobacco manufacturer, of  Sonuirvllle. New Jemey. It coat  IliVioo.noo 10 form. In !t������ ground!  nro 40,000,000 plants and trccui. nnd  Um tomiintn* are the moot ninpnlfV  cent In tho world.  What the Old Pilot Says:  ���������'To steer a ship safely to  port Is no easy job. On or off duty,  there is great comfort in Empire Navy  Plug Chewing Tobacco." ���������   v-.s^jS"pV..i;fei������i������ -SaO-i,!.  '!##  $������W$,. htoiytmHLAtit),   ftMffiSftl   s^ttitfafA,  mv <* w li-ff ���������T#-Jji*ii,Siw.mutttMrfa*s-  ;MT.>..v ������- ������n*w*������w *%������**��������������� wt^P-'-  >  ''.'���������.- (inatelafii Hews  '���������'^>y Kvery Tuesday by the  Jio.'xox & Ctimbcirlarid  Publishing   Company.  Thh ppor will iH>t hold  its.ulf  y. poi.Mj-le for the .opinionsof oth-  ry ay n>������y appear ill its .colinpiis  ':*'*m ciiiu* to time,  .Il^DAV, DEC  2-t, 1012  Sayward Limi District.  Oi-lric t pf L'oiiioa.  ���������"���������.   KG NOHCK that Nf-iry Thulioof  y ��������� '. !>C, occupation married   woman  .. ���������������������������'������������������!:���������"..*! apply for permission to pur?  ������������������ .'.*.;   v-n.  'fill.-nvuiK described  lands.--  T<) ���������- i-.\ ������������������ir-iii)*' in a pojt pliir.ied' at   Uie  .. '.ih>vcsl corn*;*' of T. 1.   N.o, 44338,  .'���������i.r.-L north   So .chains, lint-pee west .}o  , li'itn's. iLenoe  south 50 chains more, or  ���������"'���������'.. :n -ih;,re line, ihence .'long i-.ie r.h.9i'c  *���������*".* in chi-in.*- inure  or  ies1*  to p'ac* pf  ).���������-ixii*i:-..' cuiiainiii*.;   -00 ac**cs"ii''.orc or  CEOI^GIC Vl'IKUiER  Agent for l\l.iry Tjiulin  . -,ne .'������������������ur.ist 1 .tb, 1912. ,   ������������������  Sayward Land.District.  District of Comox.  '" TAKK XOTK.T. ihat Charles Thulin,  .*.! i.uncl, ll.C, occupation merchant, in-  '.cp.-.is ic ripi')ly for perniUsi priio pur-  ph.'-.e tl.v'ihe following e'esenbed land:���������'  fJcnsinciumg at a post planted in Browns  IJ.iy it -the" north-east corner of T. L  45146, tlience west So chains, thence  .i3i-tli,j ' ch iir,->. thence-.e^st 80 chaipS,  *.o iht shore line, thence south 20 chains  ���������iv.-m cu* less along shore line to place of  i.".-i*inuing containing 160 a.tres more or  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Charles Thulin  pale .Aiij-iist'14th, i9{2  SAYWARDJ'l/ANp DJSTRICT  l)islri.cl .0! Sayvrardi Jlapgo 1,  TAKE fsT,OTICj!) that J, Elinaeiu  Hun nap, by my agent, G*.-orgo Ver  dier, of Campbell River, V. 1. occu  patii-n niarned woman, intends to  apply for permission  to  purchase  tho fdJ'owipg'dpporihfid la mix:������������������  Commencing at a po3t planted  near tho N. B. cornor al bt $61  thenco pouih 1.0 cWhia (ter-') tlience  cast 10 chain* ,(*fen) nrioi'e pr i.e^e to  1 bo point of commericetinont coli  taitiing 20 aj_ro8 (tw'en.ty) ifcbr'e or  lees.  E'LINZKIA HANNA I'  Namo of Applicant  l)*Ko Murch 26th, 1012.  o Saward J;ar*d pistrict.  District qCGomo*'.  y TAKK NOTICE: that George Verdi.  ;-r, of Lund, ll.C, occupation.  ii-iends to, aj-jply for permission, to pur-  ;h.'���������.; the following ciescribed 'lei-rids:-���������  (.'y'nuiencini.' at a post planted at the  south west corner o,l Lot s^thence north  ;o ch nits to, the shore line, thence follow  [nj. the si*, T������ line around the poi.ru to the  place ol b.egipnin-..  QEORCE VERDIER  Applicant  Sale August 14th, 1912  tSaywiifcl J^tnd District  District of'Cost; ���������  ..r|'tiko notipo thnt Isabel Mcl'Ccn  ny. of Vancouver, IJ. C. occupation spinster, intends to npply for  pei,}i)i8*������ipn to purchase tho follow  ing .described land.'': ���������  CnimiK-iuvin/r at a posl planted  one milo east, of tho Pninh-wt'M.  eorner of lot 5u0, thonco wost 80  chains, tlioiico south 40 chains,  tliohct* cast. SO chain?, thence  north -1,0 chains to point of com-'  iiieiiccmiont, cont������inin������ 320 npres,  lnpro or IpPt*.  Isabel Mclvonny.  Kanio of Applicant ip full  IlolxMl Henry OhesUmt, Agent  O'ltoM'arch 12th,. 1012.  Soyward Jjimd Diatrict .* '  District of   Comox.  TAKE noticp tnnt Elinyr'ie Han-  nan,  ��������� married     woman     Camp  bell   River,   IJ. C,    intends    to  apply lor pgruiisslon  to  pufchneo  (the  following  deuorib,-?d   land :���������  Commencing at a poet  planted, al  the.HOUth eaBt corner   of   Lot  No.  351, Ihence HQUlh to ohnins   to the  north west cornt-r of Lot 87G, thetio  ce east 20 cl tains to the shon* 'line,  ihonrealong the shore lino io   the  place of commencement, containing 160 acres mora or lews.  - ELINYRIE HA'NSAN  ",.',   Ceorge Verdier, Agent.  Dated July 22nd, 1912.  Sayward Land District.  Disirict of Cornox.  TAKE 'NOTICE that Fred Thulin,  ot I' u,iid, B.C., occupation merchant, in-.  ���������.���������v.*.;!. 1 to.apply for penr^ission lo pur-  ;.l, lie ihe following described land:���������  C i iiiuoncing r.t a ppst planted at the  jojih-e.is.t corner of Timber Lease Na  3 >S.*).i. thence  west  80   chains,   thonco  r^ ' '      .' if~\  south 8 > chains, thence east So chairis to  the slv>re line, thence following shore  |iii'.������ north 813 chiins, more or less to the  place of baginainq containing 640 acres  fliore or less. 0  GEORGEVEkDIER  Agent for Fred Thulin  pile Ai't'iist 141b, 1912  "LIQUOR UCHNSECAtT.-?  (.Section 48)  NOTICE is hereby given, that on the  j-uh day of Oolober   nest,   application  will Wi 111 ide to the   Superintendent  of  V.'oviiici.il Police-V ths transfer of the  ji(.'<m:'e for the Hale  of liquor by   retail  in and upon the prcinises knownis the  Willows Hotel, situate at Campbell Kiv-  cr, Ilnlish Columbia, from Charles Timlin ,i'i������l   Emerson JHnnn.iii   to'  Charles  Thulin, of Campbell River, Hritisb'Co!-  (irnbi.'i.  Da.ed \.\f,!> u<!i d.i/ f-f ''cpt . (Qt;.  T IIL'I.I N C. II AN NAN  Hokkrsjnf License  CUAUJ-CS T HUL1N  Applic:inl for Transfer  Sayward Land District  Disttict of Sayw������.rd  TAKK notice that William  J init-i Gibson, of Vancouver. O''-  f-.ipitio.i, painter, iutoitds to apply for poi'inissionj lo [ purchase  tin* ffjllownig desci'ibod lands:���������  pirnnT-'ri*ini; at a po.st planted 20  phains fast of the north east cor-  net of Timber License 3232, tlience cast 20 chains, thenoe south  2it* chain*, tlience wo������t 20 chains,  thcnicr vmrth is, ohnins to point  pf cotnnu-ncctucnt, rontaining  40 awih more or less, unci is ba-  ���������wecn \Thttc and Salmon rivers.  William jam���������<���������-��������������� G.t,.',../.,  S. Maurice Carter, Agwit.  Pyte August 2ist,, i<ji2.  COUNTY COURT OF NANAI'MO  HOLDEN AT. CUMBERLAND.''  In tlm goods of Jiimea   Mu-rphy, ;  deceased in testa to.  TAKK NOTICE that hy order of  Ilia Honor .Judgo Barker made in  tho above court on the 4th day ol  Sepleiv-bor 1912, lhe undersigned  wa? iv ...ointed administrator of the  est.r of Jiunos Murphy, deem J, who died at Rock Bay on  M.y 7th 3U12, intestato.  11 accounts������_jnin������t tho   ceta'.e  an(J all accounts  duo   the  estate  uo net le presented  and   paid,   re  spectively t>n or   before  the   15th  day ff October -1012  W W. tViilard,  OiTiciul Administrator,  Cumberland, IJ, G.  COUNTY COURT OF NANAIMO  HOLDEN AT CUMBIWL,-7*.  In tlio goods of  Albivifi   J',.?!.*,!  nvitch ilccenHcd lnlOBti.te.  TAKK NOTICE thnt '7 '.: l-r  of Iii? Honor Judge l'mi;or rv������(.i-.*  in tlio above court on thf i!h "���������/  of September 1912, tho xi������i.-;r.;-f-,.���������������������������,  wuh appoint ed ad mini elrn 1 c ��������� -  I'stnU* ot" AlbinH Juuzupo"!' .'... -'a  ceiccij^vho wankilii'.d ,..'��������� ��������� :-...'T,i--.  on M.iy lliu, 1012, '���������..��������� '������������������''  All account'*' ���������������������������-���������.1 / '> .���������������������������'���������-\u  iwid tl I acoou:,..' ,Ui ;��������� ��������� ., ���������,-. :���������.-  rniiHt bu pi.-'- i'i ������������������' ,���������������������������'* '.i ' ��������� .���������'���������'.��������� ���������  lively on ��������������������������������������������� m  October !'������������������'.  . -V ' i '.. C i H i  'Ii-   :.���������'.���������,!  WU.1..T.1  ,  AC. UU.d''  Cumber lu lid  11  r*.  ��������� wMwvwtrdsf- amtmtaam** >w ���������  ^iiyv.*nrci  Lund iJi'  Oiftri-u 'fi i*'.l,."^  u:i,.  ,*. * v *��������� ���������  4tM-" -  ������:r, ui '   clerk, in.u*  *ior������ to nu"  nctibi'ii '������������������������������������.'  pilTl   J I.  nor tn    ��������� 1  1.0 a:'.i*'y far  Xi:: ������ '���������.���������    iill:"  -  ft  ll.  FOR SAJ������K���������A book nil yom  fp'-rt** bljpidd rsiiid. jiiu'i.' $ ��������� '  Kfblrtr,* Ifttfr**, drawt-l l'���������. ���������''���������  ^1110, M.V,  Try   The tyg ^���������'f *  ���������   '."     -������������������������������������' '���������''  p-j-w   (irn>������:riisi>; nf.* ���������..'���������"���������.'     '''  fvt-ry   t.*>i>,   -l.*!.vvr������'   .   ���������'      ���������.'��������� '- '  11   1  1 r        n     nm 11 11   1   1���������     1 n ��������� ��������� 1 1 11 r n l      1   in~Ti- t**  nr ir run *i *i-      trr   liittle cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  ixy placing an Ad in The HEWS.  "ISTuff Said."  UZ*&mfZWfl*Wm<4t^  own Brand  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Iviming & Grain Company Ltd.  Ois.ribuiMrs iN\NA1MU, U.C.  ���������'f .fc&aott:;������KrJBK^:^  LAND ACT    -  Vancouver Lnnd .District  District ol Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE   that   Michael  Young, of Brooklyn.Now York, 00-  cupiuion Jmiitor, intends 10 apply  for prrmii-fi-ii'i lo p'-irchaee the following described mnd>:���������Common  oing pt a post planted 60 ch.iina  north of iho north west corrur 01  lot. 582,   then.o   eiiol   40  chnini-,  thence   eouth   60   chnin ,   tl.ei co  weet-10 clmin?,  Ihenco   i.orth   60  chaina to point oi commencement,  containing 200 iioros more or Ic-h,  MICHAEL YOUNG,'  ; Applicant  Tlioivnir* Mutiur, Agent  Date October 80th, -1912  lTndTct~ ,"'   "J  Vancouver Land District  District of Buy ward  TAKK NOTICE that William  Peter Ada hip, of New York, New  York, occupation, salesman, '������'  tends to apply for p8rmi-*sion to  purchase, tho following described  lurid*?:���������Commencing at a pout  planted at the north-west corner of  the t eouth h.iif uf lit 690,  thenco south 80 chains, ibeuco  weft 40 chnin?. more or less to the  east lioii of loV r)8.y thanes*' north  SO'chairis, thence east 40 chains,"  more or Icpp lo point of commencement, containing 820 ucres mure or  lees.  WILLIAM PETKU A DA MB,  Applicant  Tliomiip Matier. Agei.t  p.it.*, October 29lh, 1912  NOl'lOK w hiroby givon tli.iton 'hufirut  day of Dvcombor uext application will be  made to the Supt-rintondi-rt of Prorii.cul  Polico, Victoria, for tho renewal of the tto-  tt*I licRnse to nell liquors by retail iu tno  hotel known aa tlio Lnruo hotel, pi United at  Oomrx, 15.0. Gkobgk M. Baklow  D.itcd October 2. 1912.  nu. s iin *������������������_������������������ wiiii ^������������������������������ wii������im^si������%wi ���������������������������!  ������������������������������������wpim  NOTICE is Iiereby given that on ibe  lir.t day of November j^g, application  will be made lo lhe Superintendent of  Provincial Police, for a renewal of tha  wlulc������ale liquor license iip.iti the piem-  ises known as Lot 24, Subsection 1, Ncl-  s 011 -UI ** l r i c t. ^_-_-_^   Pll.SKNT.R. IJKKWING COMPANY.w  Dited October and, 1912  NOTICB is hiroby fjiven ihut111 tbo  flftt"Q iy,of Deecmber nextapjilii-nt on.v*. ill  be mndo to the Sui-O iutendunt. of Proviu-  oial Polico, VioWiu, for a rtiiewfil of tlio  botei luenso to. lit ' liquors by retail in  tho hotol known as tbe Union hotel, situate nt Ui.ion, B.C.   John N. McLkod,  Uirut tho '2nd dny of October, 1918  'W"  NOTtd^s hi'ioby giyon tb������t on tbe  lira da >fy Ptoi-iiiber. next apiljo j.i'������n v.jll  bo n.a.lp t" lo tilO Siipi'FJLtei'jIoijt 1 f Proj  yinpinl Pplico, Vjotoiift, for n ioue\v. 1 tf  lhe hotel licenso to voll liquoiB \)y rotni}.  tjio'h tol Icnoivn Htitlio Coin tunny Houa",  .ituatoJ at Cuiirtoi ny, B.C.  John It. Joiinsiox ,  Dated October 2, H!12.  NOTICE 1..nly fjivtn thut on tlio  tirat day ol Dcoomlniv uexS loailnn will  ho tii-idi! to thi 8npnrintoiulo.it ol PivWiuul  Po'iec, Viotorin, for J.hti rentiwfil of tho ho-  t������;l licounj 1*0 null io'inrn by ro'.iiil in tlio  h itel Im:.wn im Uivor<iido h(>li*l, uituito  nt Courtenay, V. 0. II. Fi:ciinkh.  Dated October -2, 1012.  ,i  NOTICE in hmoby fiivon thut ontlio  flrnt diy of Pecouiber noxt application will  ho mndo to tli.-'J Suporintoodimt o\ Pro-  vlnoiul Polico, Vio'<������rin, f<*i- a roi.uwul ot  tlio hi'tvl liconbo to 1 liquor-i by totail  in the hotol known an the Ell; hotol, situated at Com' x, U.(i.     John Mautik,  Dittul October2. .1912.  ���������wtmiiiMiwiiiiw -amf-am*.mim*t ammiammmama*mmmm*mmmmw*mu*m-a*mm\m  NOTICE :.*. hereby given tuat on U*o  firBt day of Ibcenibor ntxt npplioiitloii will  bo mndo to tho Siipcriiitor.dont el* Piovln-  cial Police, Victoria, for the renov, al of tho  hotel licuiuo to Bull liquoiu by rs I til in tbo  bo'.ul lino .vn m tliu NolsOu hotel, litititod  at Union Tlay, H.O. Joiix Viiahkb.  Dute.l Oetoiior 2nd, 1012.      ,  *amaa*mmmm.mm*tmmm- ���������nilHnnl ������������������<<������*��������� *���������*������ iw pin il viwMpMM  NOTIOK in lioroby tflven tlmt on tli������  firat day o[ l)oc������ii*bvr next Bpplicnttou will  bo mndo to ilio SuporintendoLtof Provincial polico Victor.iu(������for n ronevvnt of th  hotol licouno to Bt'll HquoN by retail in  tho hotol known nn Iho WIIIowh Hotol flit  unt-vd BtOimpbsll Hlvcr, D. O.  THULIN k UANNKN.  Datod October 2,1012.  NOTIOK ia lieMly rItoii that on ill*  (liHt day ot Dccomber noxt application will  bo miulo to tbo Superintoudont of Provln-  ctil Police for tho^roui wai of tho liOtal li-  ctnoo ti s������U liqiioro b) retail in tha Intel  1  .���������"- "i. tV.ti  XiltifAXii       iltnririXif,rt   -t*lf,i,���������  .... 11 .......     -    , f u ���������     ,..,        ��������� ,  iitnatofttOyitorHivier, in tho proTinto of  l������rrwli Columbia.     Anmik Woobiiva.  Diitod OotoUr 2, 1912,  NOTiCK in tiorehy jjiven that on the  liut day i'f \i- -t'tiAvr uoutApi>hoati������u vill  l������ mado to tho ���������Ju'Mrinumste.r.t ������f t'rivlii-  An] lMicf-, VUu.i'.a, for ���������hflrftftjiwikirt.b'j  hn\a\ M-mt'Utt to 8 U liqii'rsi by 10'. ail it, tho  hot'l knsiW.11 na Wit. Wilson hottl, utaaUnl  ���������;t (Julu-i lUy IU!. Ai.r**ita:t������Hjifii:f. If'i?.;ft  HnUd Octolx* % mt  3  I  "****..; ������4ut443b^UfMahtaMMMr3Mi  mra-tMCu-si  il>*w������Mf������  THE  IMS,  CtIMt;7:m.AK?������,   TftttTISf!  mXTCBTA.  4Af  -���������j\aipy**#  ai  -"���������i    ,  tfi <��������� "1  '.-'-7  :r,-' i  NOTICB ia hereby Rivon th it at tho  uext nioe.tinp of 'tho Hoard < f Licnse Com  muBions-re of tlio City of Cumberland, I  .intend to 'fir-ply .far a rouewal iJ! ..th'o'hotel licnse held'by mo for the Vuodomo  Hotel, fiittiato'l on lot .6, blook 3, .<?umber-  .lftiid ...TowLsitd.  R. S. ROBERTSON  Dnted No-ronibtr 6 th,.101  ��������� ���������������������������IMsMI '  l**MII**Ms���������illllllM,l___MITHMMiWW^^ ''  NOTIOE is heroby Rivou that at the  next meeting of thoHoird of License. Ootu-  miiMouers of tho City of CiuubRrlard, I  iitend io upp y foi" a renewal (if tlio hot-..  ���������ol Konso hold by tuo for th'o Ouiiiborlaiid  Hotel, aitimted. on lo'. 1, block li,. Cu in'cr-  Ified ToA'iisi'o.  ,      WILLIAM MERRinKJLl).  ���������Dntcil t is 6tb day of Nov..   012.   "  KOTIt E ia Iiereby Igivon thnt nl, tho  next inoeting of tho Board of License Coin-  ini������������ioiiorss forilie.Chy of GumborJand, 1  intoud to apply for a (ouo-viil of tho wliolo-  a-ilo litj-tor licoi.su hold hy'ju**, Bit*-.������ytod.on  dot 0, bloo!* 15, Uumborlaml Townuto'."  OIALl M&J8&A.TTL'  Dhted this Gh dny of Nov., 1912.  *"M ��������� mm ���������"   " ���������*������������������������������������ T T '���������'Tit atr ������ mam mtp  NOTICK ih hereby givoa thnt nt the  noxt iiKjet.ng of tho Board of Lieo ae 0. i������  .mid*.io������iora of tho City nf t'.wmb rliiud,*- I  i tond to a. ply fur n.reno������ nl of tlio hot-  ,cl liooiiso hold b/ mo for tbo VVavvrly  JIo (jl, situated ou 1 it 2, blook 8, Cumber  laml Tovv iieito.  ... FRANK-DALL'OS  JD������.tcd thin Oth d������y of Nov., 1912.   -���������.���������: i ; i__ ...  NOTICE inlu'rel y given tbit at tin ntxt  mce iug of fbe Boa d ..f Lie use Coiniui**  aione.s of the Ci.y of Cumberland, I io.  tond to iippl) for a r. no-vul of ,bo wholesale liquor li..cii3e held hy_m , situated  ou lot 12, block 7, C"uiiibarTa*������)t Tow.usito."  FRANK SCAVARDO.  J)uted this tith day of Nov.,-1012:".    ."  *N0riUK i. her bv givon tb.it at tho  i-oxt in- eting of the Bo*ird ef L'ouiiso  Commiasioiicra of tin* Oitv of Cunibsr-  iaml,"I.dntond to up, ly t'..r a reuiwiil ef the  .who'.efsalo licjuor 'lic<-.u������e bold I y uio, i it-  jimted oil; lot 12, blook 0, Cumberhnd  Townsite.  JO ������N MAROCCHI  Dated .tlila Oth d ������y <������f 'Nov.; 1912.  N_OTICKis it here'y j-ivi-b ilu* at the  jxixt metlinfr >��������������� the Hoard of Lioeu e  Coniu.iti8ioa.*re0of tlio City of Cun.b'r-  J������Ii 1, I, intond to appjj fi.r a Irtiii.sfer o  i4ie -H'lioliu..le li<('i. r H*;ei8e held ly me  oa lot 5. blocks, to bl.ck 15, lot 6, Cu. -  bdrlai.d Towns e.  =_.  ^lALI^MUSSA/iym  D.it d this 6th day of AuRUsk, 1912.  NOTICE;is hereby given that .it the  i-iCii nieetiuK of the J>o;ud of License  CoiMi^i.������������i.9ners of ihe City r.f Cumber-  |.md(, I *U\teii.d ������o,apply 'for a renewal of  &\v.' hotel "licenso hel.d by me for the  "King George" Hotel, .situated,on lot o,  block 7, Cunilierland Toivnsiii\������,  VICTOR JJONOM  Pated this din 'day of Nov,, 1912.  The Court-enay Hotel  Kvery cojiyenion<,e for guoets.  Tke Oenttal Hotel for Sportamon.  None but the JJest of Wines and Liquors  Noiite is hereby given th.it at tbe  nest nieeling of the Board of License  ���������Commissioners.I intend to apply for a  ���������roni-iwal of 1 he lioiel license held by me  for lhe New England Hotel, situated on  block 3, lot 3, Cun-ibeiiind Townsite.  JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Nov,71I1. 1912.  M)TICW is Jhejieby given ihot l^^Sfj^c^^S  on tho first day .oVOcciM4ilior|Kd]KgSfgl9  noxt -npplic'ition will -he nmdu to |[{(^v ������*~3Kfr-*J *.  Tl^Yfljiflt)  in the JiEWS  NOTICE i������ hereby givtin th.u 30'days  afterdate application will be uiade to  the Siipeiintctidcut of Provincial Police,  Victoria, B. C, for a renewal of t,lic hotel license to sell 'liquors by retail in the  .hotel known as the I'ort Auj-usta Hotel, j  situated at Comox, B. C. .  Amos Cottington,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912  the SiijK'j'iiiti'ii-k-iit, -.of J-Tovniei;!  ���������Ifolico, Victoria, B.C. I'ui1 ;iK.'-  newiil of tho hotel license to sell  liquors by retail in tlit_ hotel  known as the Mftl^iiiin Hotel,  situated at Lund, 11. C. -,  o    FRED THU UN  .  Dated October.ifltii,' 1912  Ceojt's Cottoo Root Compound ;  Tho {Trout Utoitpo Toiile, not  VOnly   auto  otluotual Monthlx  1 Rotnuator on which w-amon ctw  aojiend.  fold In threo. ilogToos  of BtixmRtU-No. I, tfl; No. 2,  10 aeerreea stronipror, %S; No, Jt  tor BiieoinJ cases, 85 per box  bold Ly all dnipfiiatB, or bo u  (      rKipnul  on  loue'.pt ot> price  * ..   ^* _; Free iwnphlot. Auda*t������ii llll  UfiSlt-UiDlfllNtCOoToSOSTO.OHr. (Jormi.Tl'jm:u*tii'.  rent at Altiriuelli1!?  An Ad in the  Nev  vs  pays.     Iry it.  '  UO.OMS for  Rooming Iloust*, Dei'wont Ave-  FOR SAiJD-Three milk  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers' iii calf, graded stock,  three horses, two drivers and if  general purpose mare, age three  and lour years. Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.   ;  Union Steamship Co. of B. C. Ltd.  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If liiaiiod lQ cents extra, for tubii.'g and  postage.  Applications and .remittances (cash -must accompany order], must be made to  TheCtrctilationManager  DRINK  The purest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  COPVRIGHT.  jfcs*evE.CQ  Ufifiieii  J.   N.   MCLEOD'     TPsiCCPJZXSfTor,  sV  at the Har.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  o  I  0  0  u  m  S.  09  Dl  *  <  O  o  \mm*  <v  T5  CJ  oi  in  01  English 4. x HUSTON alwayn ou tap aluo,'tho famouB MtLWAUKBE  BBEB.3-Anhon������er, lkbumlan, Schltz, ko, ������������������ OLD GltBY BEARD"  SOOIUJH WHISKY, Beat Wi������e������ ftud Liquoro of all kinds,  Tho -Hoarding and jbodging Dspartnwmt. under tho iranKwUato uupcrmtfindenoo of Mrc  Dftvli, wiil bo fourd Firat olaas in evory roopo*it.;  iS:i>wiird Laml *,ftt f.rrtft,  biatnoi  of lift) w������-ij.  TAKE. NOTICE tlmiCI ���������unis.a'HtoBs*,  Uunbiir, of Nev* Yoik. N<w -Yo'*,  ocsau-xitiou clerk, intend tonppiy f^r_������iv-  niisaiou to ,puri;lin8t)*_iho <f<>IJ<-)<*tii<g aisv  cribc.di!and': Comiucucing at a po>l j,lnut-  od at 1101 tVpa-tt cttrncr of lot 690, thence  nor>h ti.'i efi'hii.s, tlioiiG������_^ynt 80 ohaiifi.  iher.oeiB.mtli 80 ohniusiffiiriisjn <imt 8������  ilmiiiH to p'-hit ode miraeuciiiuiii}t;coiit������in-  tij* 010 HQrt'8-uiuro orln>a.  CiUNNrNG STUAMT iDUNBA*  ���������. .:"���������   i'islie< M.Gttjl.ini, Ag������ui.  Date Juno 23ril, f.fi  Siywiipl l,a*,d 1H-.Uiot.  Dt.triot of S ywisr.l.  TAKE NOTU'l^lhat JuLn Ar hur Italy,  of Now l'uik, N*i\v Vurli, (CsitiiiatKu clerk-  iiiU'id* to a|i|)ly for permitni(iu������io" pur  (���������litmy 1I11V full wing itesvril.ol 'liir.dB:���������  CoinuiiMiwug at a jpot pluut.ti ������t ilio  snuth-ons. ooruor "of i.ua������o 4G, theooo  Aouth SO ctniiic, tin iw w������i(. 80 vIihUs,  tlit'iico c-rth . 80*iniii)*, thiiitto oatt SO  ohiiioi* to point 01 ������oii,tuen������'_iisnt i'ou'nin  iu;^ 040 acres m.-rr* or lu-fl  . mix AUTiir>: halt  lusher II. (..nl ti-.v, .y-oi.it.  I).>t*i.)ui)*a'2)!l.  .<n_������. .  ��������� .Snyv.-n.! Lnw l):*.,trct.  I'ir.tiici ol _j.i>w-!iiil.  TAKK 'KOTJOlil tlul W.ilt^r n,..,kl:  IJ Ml, cf Ns-*- York. HT..,f ' l'o*l:  ocoupstion Jab. cer, i.itci^'-i .u> a; ply  Tor periiiissiou to punehii-- tl������ foliov'i-'f  .'IvEuribi d lamU:���������(.'oniiiici ii {> it. a pu-.t  planted V10 ehaim we.t aid 10 cli ia������  'north of tho south east csinn r s-f jl-.tssti  10, tlunco south SOoii^iu:,, Miens**- tsunt 4C  oliuins theueo noith SO clii-iu*, thw cb  west 40 clinins to poiut ofouniui-nc meut  (.���������'iiitttiuiug 320 noros moio or lo i������.  WALTKK BEH-JLL WHAT  , T'���������. F^hor M. QxiV u-, A^tiu.*.  Date .Tun j 24th. IU12.  .'1  \/aneouVef,  MOVING ?  Pianos and  Furniture  FreigUi, Wood and Coal Hauled  if  ATBS,  H������i,oo per day upwards  NOTIOE.  Riding on loconaotivcB and   rail  way cars of  th������  Union  Colliery  Company by any poreon  or  jier-  swib���������except tain crow���������in strictly  prohiHt������d.   Kmployecfi rto ?ub-  l������?c to ilmmiBaul for allowing ������ara-  Uy ordor  VV. Iv, COULSON,  Gencnil Matiaticr.  Q. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And'all KITCHEN  *  I  X  i  c  m  u  I;  6  00  1  ������  o  w  m)  <u  *S  if)  [j_]  b/3  ____!  <1J  Ui  i  P4 [*u  v  NOTIOE.  j  To whom It may concern:���������  This in to notify the public  that nil freight charges on bonded goods cleared at Union Hay  for the Corny;: Valley must be  paid before good*} enn be forward  ed. Hy order  Qv-ji-Kliati Collieries Dmtfltmiir]  Co,  LTQUOU'LJORNSE  BY~!sAW  1011.  NOTICK IS llEItEDV G1V  EN that at tlio noxt regular moot  iiip; o( tho Hoard of License Com*  misijionei's of the Municipality of  Cumberland,   application will  be  mndo to tbo said  Hoard of Com  inicBionom for the Iriinufof  of tlio  licctiBo for tbo pnle of liquor by  retail in and  upon  tbo premifCH  known as the Vcndomo Hotel, sit-  unto on Dunptnuir Avenue, in the  Citv of Cumberland, from Robert  8.   Rnhi-rt.pon  to Uohort. MoNojl,  of tbo eaid City of Ciunburland,  Dated at Cumberland,  11.  C.  this 10th day of Ducembur 101.2.  ]���������<.,   b.   isA������iiKi'i-TfcV.>]'N  Holder of Liccnso  ROBERT MoNElL  Transferee.  TRANSFER  RICHAUUSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5*7  Windermere Ave.  OKt'iERS TAKKN  FOR NUT   COAT*  m-m^mm mm*mimmmm.mmim*^m mmm mm^m^. tut  Sajwiud Und Distriot.  Diatnot of Suyvnird.  TA1CE NOTICE tint Obnrho llonry  Be*.*,   nt Now VorU,  N. Y.,   oooupation  Say wind Lnnd Iiiutriot  l.'istrict of Sayward  TAKE NOTIOE that William Jnlin  Whitiu*,'of New York, N, Y,,, oooupudnu  Em-lswr, inbiulo toupjily for pnrniioai'in  to puroha>(? tho fuHowi'n;; doaoribed lundm  ������������������Oommcnoing at. a _;0Ht plruilod 00 oluiinn  upntb and 80 oh-iirw tiut tron tlio nortli  oatit cornor of l'.������t S79 (cm post 'ui) 'tlwiiou  north 20 chttiun, tli. nc������ west 30 cbuiiin,  tliencebou'Ii 20 chains thonoo cimt '10  ohnins tp point of oiuiniencormiiit o.-m-  tftiniug UO iic-os moro or loifi.  Wn,i.r\M J'uiiN Wimixu  Fishor M. (4a8kiiH, Agent  D*tcd Juno 23rJ, 1012.'  S'sywaul li������tid DittiMt.  Distriot t,f SAvwurd.  TAKEFOTlJli ihnt Clmile. Fumy of  Vuhooi.vsj:', B. p.; oocupiv i-ni coutrac C'-,  iuteud* to npply f"r penui-Hion t������ pur-  obi������s������ ilie..follb 1 iug def'.-nbud laud :���������  Comma* cing at a post .j'lirated (it lbs  S.'iith oaBi oornct of kit ."$, thivc went  Ki obni'ys, tlionoo south iil; oIiis'bs, ilk, a*.  t-nst 40 oli&ios-, tneno uor.h ������i oniiiiifs r,.,  pt'int of comuKucemcut coat-iiui* g "fcXJ  icros woro   or Iucm.  ���������''.'���������'* ClI.lltl.Ul*    fmSllX  ��������� F.ehtr  M. dissliii.a, .���������i,,������.,.u  Dated Juu.iJ9.li. lyi-'i.  m-rmmm*maam-~  S-iywiird Tj-xihI Diytrict  Uisti-cL oi;S:iy\vord  TAKE NOTJ()*Stbat Myrtlo Boumstt*,  df Va>'<;piive'r_j.'ouui)alion_N lucse,-tutt-urf-i-  to apply forperniifismii to pnrcbji>e llio  r..llowing iiOduriL-ed lnnd.:���������(jumm?iix>ii.iir  at a post plariti'.l nt (he 1 o> t b eaat cur-.,.?  of lot M4, th?ii<**(. u-ift 10 chubjn, tJivtuia  tuenc'i north *1'J ci-.niua, iho ca went  10 cliaius, Ibcniio -wj.i(l) 40 clmina ���������-.���������  poiutof oouimoiicoineut cootnimu*. IW)  norts niore or less.  Mi-n/i.i. ltoNMrrv  Fiiiher M. O.^kius. A_-_iit.  Datrd Juno 19iti, lfi 12.  Sayward   LHiid Distriot  Dis riot if rf vwrsrd  TAKE NOTIC.'K  Ui������t" JoBejih   Houiy  IWl* i.f NOW Ym If, OOcUp li.ill S'lltBIUlln,  iutttida to apply inr pm mission t" pur^  cliuiso tha foilo^iuy d(o.iibjJ l-itidEir-  ��������� .oiniiioixiin*. at a post pl������utui_j HO oba na  ���������A'ost nud ton cliuiua north of tbo noutb  .tiitit corner oC l.,mc -10, tuonco .north 20  (.'bnin-*. tlieociiciiMt 20 cbniuu, tbeno b ���������uiii  20 (ihiiins, tlioneo weat'iOtiinini' tu poiut  of C'lnimt-iiui'iu-'ur, oontuiuiug -10 uortf  moio or 1i<h_,  .lo.'-.M'H HliNllY H.VKR  Fisher .VI. Chiukim-i, Al'oui*'.  D������t������(lJiiiio9..5tb, f-Jlll,  iWIHllsH'KHI'MIsiW'* a** ******* *********** ***.  SuyW'iivd Liii-d Diatriot.  District of Snywurd.  TAKE NOTIOK tint Hairy Alfred  Hoe, of Now York, Now York, ocoupafci-  oliolootiiulnn, inlomla to apply for jK-rmi'*  uion to purmiij ion to purnlni:.'.' t'n* following di'iaribuil landu: ���������Coiuineueiiw nt  f  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  fii**}Af���������faattyjt)my/^  NOTICK.  NOTICH is hereby jjivcji 'licit  she general More business or Dun  can Bros, bas thin day been sold  to James II. Parkin. All accounts due lhe late firm must be  paid lo K. Duncan, who will settle nil liabilities.  Sandwick,'Ort. mt 1912.  XOTLVli  wluBin in, lut.'i.d^ to apply foi'purmiHRlou poiit pluute.l ai tho noutb cunt cor.ior of  to purclune th'* followinjjf (Uaoribod laudo  CoiiiiiK'tici'itf n*. a pout iiluiitod nt tbo  iiortli-awt oornot; of lot DM, tlionoo north  20 ������������������li'iiuo, tlier.eo wi ut 20 clinum, tlionce  aoutli 20 obRin*(, tliunuo onut 20 cb<una to  point of coiiiii!(Hiuuuimjt colitaluing 40  ii(H'o������ moro or Iohn.  I'lIARLES HISNKV BEST  Fii*,liL*r M, O.i/.Uiiui, A|/uit.  D to Judo liOth, 1013.  Buyw-r.nl Lund UUtriot.  Diitrict ut Soyward.  TAKE NOTIOK UiitUoirtfO Stunko, of  Nw* York, N. Y., nconpution  onuiuocr,  iutizilito npply hr [.ornukinn to pur*  tlniM   tlm  followiPi;   dorcrilird !un*'Ri--  CoijiiufiiieiiiK at a \inai pliintsd 20 uti'iin*  ruu1.li ot tlie ni>rlli-������(iHt ooititr ������f lot 55*i,  tl.pii"o onet 20 rhniuN, tbenco uorth 40  oliaiiii, tl.onco  wont  20  cli'tiim,   tliuuce  eon ii 40 uliiniiii to poiii*. cf uou.mi Hiio-  mu.t coiit'iu'iitr, h'O *'������n������ uu vc or ls..in.  M-IOttOK STtJCKK  Kiolior M.ts.iikiiiH, Aftont.  Date Jtitio lOtli, lt)lv^.  tht* uorth wor*; quarter of lot f������8!l, iboiK'c  ���������lOgliiilniioiiRl, IIkih.'o 40 olinuui i<oit)t.  ihoiifto 40 olmius wont, thouon JO oliuini  miitli topiiut-.f osini'iuni-'OiMonl ooiitiln-  Injj lOOucniH moro or Icni,  IIkhiiv At,kiii-.I) IIk^s  Fudior M. O iNkiim, A������ant.  I>ut(id,ruili������2'lt.,i, 1012.  NOriCF.i** hvrcby ������iv������u tU*t uppti-  Oilion will bo iiwiflo U tlio Super  intonikul ��������� f IVuvincinl 1'i.lino Vnrlorin,  Ifor n lic������i-������o to icll liquor hy whol.r>*-le  11 pun ������ho frrpi* &i a'linaUil <*o L*t 1*,  JtliMiU 0, CumUrlnusl Towtmit*. CuiisUr.  Uud, B. V.  Jon* M*iK<v'in, Applic.nt  1W4|ii|s tf.hd������jr f>l UmvnWt P-t-  Any poi'sbu or pei'sonu, cutting,  r������uii(������viiip or  tftl<in*'������'   miv    hliSchu  tinihor or wood, of any deserjjitiodi  julon^ing to tho Wellington Col  dory Cu'y., or from or off tho land  uf tho fiuld Company, or anyoiu*  tipp������**tf rnbbi.sh of any dcsevlptinn  anywhere   upon   the rompaiiy'**  land will bi������ pio.-i'outed to tlio full  eilent of the b������iv.  W. I.. (X)UIiiON,  Gutiera) Managwr,  \ye)lii������gtori gollit-r^ t'y,y.  Snywi nl hi' d Diiitriit,  DlMtr'okiif S)n,i Wdi cl.  TAKK NOm'K tbnt Wllllun John  Solliv-nn, New Yoik, N. Y., Acuvpation  oliirk, infoadn to ������pi ly for imniit*iiwn t.  purobann llio fnllo. i 111; (In* followjiifj den-  0rihf.1l ItUii1oi--<.,<i.iiuiooci'i(,' ;.t a |'.o**st  pliutod 10 oluiin'i Houtb fiMin tbu uoatli*  o���������������;! uiuer ������f lit B7tf (on 'so*-', 5)ll thonco  north 60 chiiiuf, tli'iice irr.it 80 oluiin-J,  thnnoe suntli 80 c!ih!d������, tl)fi������4 ^TOHt 80  oluilnri, to jioirit of comrnn-utMn-iRt oon-  tuiuliii! 0!0 sci'cb nioro or Inri.  WILLIAM JOHN SU1.UVAN  Ficlirn M. U.ukiiii', AftCut.  Xiiito Juuo 21������t, lui-',  Sny wind Lwd Dietrict  V strict of Snywnrd  TAKK NOI JOB thnt Jainea Bcrcurd  Dniin of New York, N. Y., ocoupution  Toriuhf-r, intoudfl to npply for porm������i������iou  t*i purcbiiKD (lie fol'uw::.^ dcaaubod iuml-ii  ���������Uum ������oii'jiutf at i*. [io������.t p'nntoJ at Uio  nonh cunt corner of lot 585, tlionce norU)  SO c'-aii-H, tu.-iico w.ibt SO cbnliM, tlietio.*  toi.tlifiu chaius, 'beuoi ������;m 80 cLiiiiiu to  \i-<ui.i ut ii(>.-i.iiii'ueo.ii'"ut cfsiutainindf 0)0  .oruii more or lent)  il.xxmi Ilnnn.wid Ui.'n.m  KitlU'r  M. UaNkuiB, A,;uv.  Uniifif Juno Vttli, HHi!  day ward hmui ,l.>i'itrict.  Di*:t;|pt nf .���������'uvuard.  TAKE NOTI'.'JiS tliat John luni-arA  I'.ym of Now York, Hf.v fork, .iwilpati.  nu Irok'ir, iotftuit to u; ply for |������"rmi..nii'U  lio piirchwi tiie pur..linsj th������ following di1'  ���������io"bed Inuilii���������C'aiuionoiug ������t u \u>*l  plautfd Ht the 110rtl1-t-.il* ooruiij of t'n  uorth .'list q'ltirtur (f l<t 53'J, thouoo ouat  K0 ch.n'.H, tlui.CiUio:tti 40 oliu'iio, ChOi'Co  wi Mt Hu thniuH, tlio-ici* roulli 10 vbiiriH to  (ijiiit of conimuuut'.ii'-jt uoiitnibiug  320  HOI (IS KlOru Ol IflIM,  JOHN MiONMKU RYAJ^  Yinh'it M. Ciokltm, Af'������ut,  i>..lO,Tiiiiil24Ui, 1 Jit*.  Iv'vwurd laud IV.striat  District of Snywnrd  T/-K1J notice  tlmt  JmImi  dm*  r.idv,   "<*.f    Ni'iv   York,   j'*i   Y..  occu iv-,1 ion     l,1i,,i"\inn,       intcT"Jti  tu apply for jicrni'suiou  U> pui'.  cbftM)   tho    following   do-icribod  laudK:���������Commotii'dtig   at ft   powt  piuu.i-'i '..v' ciiailiM *unlii    luici  .-in  Sayward Lacd District,  DiHUiut of "iiywuid.  TAKB NOTICB tbat Wiltism AuRnwt  niic.hml.  t������f    NVw VnrV.   N  V    r-  trn-  tion clork, iiilonlti tn spply for ycriniiJ-;on.  to imrchius tho   followiui/  d,*.'.ik \ ���������������,wn������������^t uf tho mirtb corner of  lniiih-CoiJinioiiciuir id  a   jm.' i.lmtntl|k������t 551, ttance wwt  80 chaiuMo  30 olultifi ������M������t nnd 40 clmii * north ->t th������  north-wo������t corner  ftOcbs'ni inoro or  Hnywnrd Lund Dint-lot.  DiBtrlet <.f Hnvwurd.  TAKK NOTIuE ihat Guor(-o Cliarlin  S'une, of Now Yoik, N. Y., occup������lion  olork, Iritondo U) npp'y for KnuiiiHio 1 to  j.uroliaw tlio follo������it ft* dOMi'lbad lurid*-:���������  r'omaiBi'cii g nt t������ pent plii'itcd 40 nluiou  m>������t and 20 chaini* narlb <*l t>u> r-^itb ou������t .  ������*osH-������r������jf }(JtCH. tb������nc������ itam 40   ihsiiu",' 40 olnsin������ nooth   nlong tixnt houodHry   if. Vjliain������, ttlOUCt) IK������rtll   110 cliaillg tO  iim*w*r.it.i   M i*li'- ���������������������������������   IWm  w������.|   IftpntPM, th*M*a **nt HI) vhtt'ttta nw-���������;>r !..���������.���������!������ ,,���������jttl ���������f conilucit'.X'lliuut  CODtttitt*-  1 '.dllUll  cinmcr.  s-.f lam.  OKOUC.K OH AHLKS STOKfc}  I'-Wirr M, Omkl'ie, Agi-ut.  r^at������ Jjzno 79tb.  ,7\���������* ?,"'"    , ������������������usthonudryof  lot 661, tlionct,  of lot HU, tl"iicfc wc41        ,   ....     *, . _   ';;  lima, tok.tr.M, t!.*>B������.������f-;honth 30clipiu% ihence eaat 00  our Mud houodHry if. Vjliain������, tboiu  ��������� n-iitli   5*0 rli'. d*   Uirrws  vrel   lUMnt f.Rf, tb*nfit, ���������������.*������ it nO chflln* ni-*r**  >r I. ���������; j|.^j^i, ,,f t.,,,|  a, IJtfricf; n.'iih 30 fll't'irji 10 \u ist -it   to ioaa������-hi,   tbi'iiw norili  40 uhuiBH   loj.       ,.,. ,  cr-^mtiit cpiiUIuUk SOecreK men  point (.f  vo-mm-iti inuM c..nt*iuin������   800; lW JU ttcrCS U10re CT.   l    '  u-namri-orhv. \ Jo,w Cxi*WV  WILLIAM AUOAl'ST ws-cwwi fijiicr  M. Gn*������kiti-), ARtttt,  J-'M.. r M.Gwkluir. Ajy-t.    ' |)uloJ JM|H. j}0i|,, JJ>J ������r  D*UJutt������80tt-, 1013. j  i THE N15WR. ���������CTTMBBWT;/! TVD. B. C.  l';  mZZ  In thevTjfeatmelitff  vc6i$������iW::iM  ;Ae^roa|  : *?$"������������������!���������*> rf ������!5r-s~m<  Scofi '^Tl^rttulsidn is'  jia t u r e' s ii 6 tip shin g,  euratlve-food: prompt,  yy ���������.*,?,��������� ,v*4y&,;  ;?;.r-.-V^vf  >..  sure and ipermahent, *  -������������������. ^Fl���������.���������..'.������sif .���������;&?; : 'y":7;','.���������.,  .-..V ;  ^^t^^^^^TT'S- and  iii4i#t \m^6(0P^;i^'-  'i ���������'!.*���������, v^- ���������,:''���������.'*:i;'.;'r;S'''-^..;c...-,'"y:i;i ���������'���������.^^  :������^i'jt i*- --K'- ���������inN'ix wk ^'Tj/n������t ii'.ji!'������-iw*s*s'-i'���������'' ^ft'ffif?  ;'-���������.-'   -������&&**>���������-. ���������-...%,:���������' .-t..--:..*-y.?*'  SUCCESS OF WINNIPEG  PERMANENT EXPOSITION  Quaint Old Wedding Idoaa  'Superstition never clustered round  ������ny episode of life moro than that of  tho wedding-day, eB_>c*clally lu olden  tlifieB. .......  Then li was customary for the bride  to present her future huisband with a  .bunch of rosemary, tied up with rib*  bo'ns, on hla first appearance on the  wedding morning. This was supposed to secure hla, lovo and loyalty,  and to "make her-happy for ever.  In Yorkshire th������ old superstition  still abounds that nothing moro unlucky could happen than for a newly-  made bride to leave the church by a  different door from that by which she  entored.  Another quaint euntora, for whicli  there Is no known origin, ls that practised in some of the Midland and  Northern counties. This Is to ring  a .merry peal of tho church bells at tho  first reading of the banns of an Intending matrimonial couple. It is called  tho spur peal, which in old Anglo-  Saxon means-simply; "ask.";  Of course, It Is well known that it  Is tho height of luck for. a bride-to-be  to dream of fairies the night beforo  the actual ceremony. So much was  -thii-s-idea-beUeve���������tnj-t*lia'.t--niaiiy-glr-l-?-  would peruse fairy tales before going  to sleep. ���������   ,���������."  The Rev. R. P. Tyson, known as  tbo carpenter-parson, Is fluperlntend-  InK tho erection of the new Taylor  Memorial Methodist Church at New  York; and will do much of the car-  pentorlng work himself. Ho was a  builder before ho became a minister.'  Mlnard's  Liniment  Cures  Diphtheria  Littlo Willie's grandmother had  been telling, him Bible stories, his  favorite being that of Daniel ln the  lion's den. ,v At the ago of four ho  was taken to a circus for a time.  When tho lloii-tanior put lib head into the lion's mouth little Willie's excitement knew no hounds. Jumping  up and down, he gleefully screamed i  Oh, my! That knocks spots* off  Daniel!  industrial Bureau'* Big Display of Industrie and   Natural    Resource**  Attracts Thousand*  Community advertising haa been  adopted so generally throughout West-  Canada; Unit tho subject Is ono of  general importance, and methods successfully carried to completion aro of  absorbing Interest to many Western  Canadians. , .  No other oity on the American Continent has a flnor or butter equipped  permanent exposition, featuring Industries and the Natural Resources of  tho country, than has the city ot Winnipeg, This big permanent and free  exposition, conducted under, tho mis-  pice, of tho Wlmiipe.*: Industrial Bureau, was at:irted last Sprint; and during tho past six mouthtt, Commissioner Chas. P.-Roland estimates, has  beon visited by 700,000 people. Jn  addition to the fifty-four exhibitors of  local industries, there aro now 24 districts of tho Wost, which havo secured  spaco and aro advertising tholr com-  munltios In this exposition. Tho  places represented at the present tlmo  Iii tlila handsome and conspicuous ed'-  floo on Main Street, ave:���������Brandon,  Man.; Portige la Prairie,, Man,; Regina, Sask.; Saltcoats; Sask.; Dauphin, Man.; Meifort, Sask;'; ���������' Souriis,  Man.; Yorkton, Sank.; Melitn, Man.;  Prince Albert, Sask.; Emerson,  Man,; Oak Lake, Man.; Camroso,  Alta.; Selkirk, Mau.; Moose .Taw,  Sask.; Blrtle, Man.; Lemberg, Sask.;  Virdeii,'Man.; Lacombe, Alta.; Swan  Rivor Valley, Man.; Vermillion, Alberta.; Swift Current, Sask.; Este-  van, Sask., and Battloford, Sask. In  addition to these there avo handsome  and costly exhibits of the Natural Resources of tho West, by the Dominion  and Manitoba Provincial Governments  and (.l'ie Canadian Pacific and the Canadian Northern railways.  'With this splendid representation of  farm, forest and mine of the Canadian  West, arranged in attractive form to  easily accessible aud central position  In the metropolis of the prairies, Its  valuo as a factor In the settlement of  the country cannot well be over estimated, and so popular has tllie Exposition become as an adjunct to local methods of publicity, that the Industrial Bureau are now, completing  extensive additions to the"1 floor apace.  This will accommodate a number of  exhibits of "Made in Winnipeg" goods  and will provide another opportunity  for a limited number of ambitious  communities to secure space.  In Winnipeg,  the gateway, elty of  the Weat, all the'year-'round will be  Winnipeg's  "Temple  ties"  of    Opportune-  A Thorough PHI.���������-To clear tho  Btomach nnd bowels of impurity and  Irrltwnts is necessary wlioivtholr notion i������ Irregular. Tlio pills that will  do this work thoroughly nro Fnrmo-  lee's Vegotablo Pills which nro mild  In uctlon.but mighty in rosuiltn. They  purge pnlnlc'Sfdy and effectively, and  work a pormiuu'iit euro. Tliey can  be used wlthnut fear by tlio most delicately constituted, i.ir thoro am no  painful off ruts preceding thejr gentlo  OpQllltlOU.  Hobble���������My dance, I think!  Mil duo--I'm sorry; it's Diiiicun'H  danco.  Hobble���������Oh, (hat's nil right! I  bouylit you from lilm for two shillings,  WHEN JAOK PALW ILL  Tha Sad Side of ITuf*'on'tht Qoma  Wave  He (toasea feverishly In hla narrowi  bunk ia tho dim-lit, evil-aiaelUiig  fo'c's'le* Above and below and  around him are similar bunk*. Sonit  aro occupied, Of others, lhe ownera  are sprawling on tho floor. eoBslpinf  and swearing in fo'relgu tongues w  playing cards.  *TMs la how the sailor on board '&h  ocean-going cargo steamer flnda himself 6ltuatod when he falls tick of any-  thing but au infectious disease the  symptoms of which avo easily recognised by tv layman, for a cargo steamer  is not oompellod to carry a doctor,  As a result the only person to decide  whether a aallor ia malingering-"������������������or  really ill is the captain, who, though  legally rospouslblo for the proper cam  of all on board, may or mi-ynot know  anything of the subject. The latter  is gonornlly tho case.  As a rulo, a sailor will delay reporting elck until the last moment. One  reason is that his mates are Inclined  to boltevo that he is anxious to shirk  his work, and bo leavo tho more to bo  done by them. The other reason is  that most sea captains havo one stock  remedy���������a powerful dose ol ealtu���������  which quite posBlbly may mako the  complaint considerably: worso instead  of better. And you have got to lako  thoso abominable salts, whether you  liko It or not.  It miis't not be forgotten that Mie  captain's' position is very difllcult, If  he is nice and sympathetic, and ever  ready to grant absence from work, he  ..will have half the crew laid up with  Indefinable maladies.  And, on the other hand, if he fails  to recognize that a man is really bad,  and death or a serious Illness results  o,,3 often'happens,'he can hardly be  blamod for ignorance of a difllcult  subject in which ho has received no  instruction. '".-'���������" -:  Any sailor of experience will tell  you stories of sickness nt sea that  would considerably startle the,average  landsman. There -was the caso of  an Irishman, who, in tho courso of .a  voyage from San Francisco to Liverpool asked for exemption from duty  because he had severe pains in his  logs. ��������� He was accused of malingering, compelled to continue his duties  and when his legs literally gave way  under him, lie was left unnoticed for  soihe hours.  On being carried to the (hospital' at.  port, U;e doctor found that ho v,*as suf-  fering from gangrene arising from neglected frostbite, and both his logs  had to be amputated. This would  havo been avoided if, ho had received  ��������� proper treatment when the pain first  started. , .���������'.'".."���������  ' - The worst- part Is that, even If the  captain does realise that the man is  really 111, tlie most ho can do ia to  -grau.tr- exemption���������from-duty, It-is-  impossible for hiin to givo lhe invalid  anything like proper and efficient  medical attention.  Tho great majority of cargo steam-  era are undermanned. When one  man falls sick his loss is Immediately  felt, and If. two more wero taken from  duty to look after him, tho chip might  .well become uniiavlgable.  Hor Father Scored  Ml&.'i Rosy Noliall had Just .returned  from u llnlrihliig kcIiooI, and had ovl-  tie-illy fulfilled uHtluit was required  of hor In tlio Kcholniitlu'lhie.  Sho iiM.fl her father wero all ting in  thn dliilng-room,  That, nli���������, I'wwirl'Prt her relative.  Father, dear, liiU-iTiiptod Rosy,  It's vulijnr to s.iy that air. You  ylioiilil imy tlmt nonicthlng horo, or.  profembly, Juat that.  Well, l.hhi tinr���������, (*nnitiicnro<l her  fntlic'v;  but ho wan cut .short ngnln,  No fathor, HiiilrKed tin* dutiful  rtiiURlited, That'll JiiHt. as vulgar You  nniHt avoid such oxprpnaloiiH nn this  ���������CTt!--  Pat.ln*r b.-raiur* initn,  T^fiolt her:*, my p.lrl, mid he, I'm  roIiir 1o sny whnt I mn'm. Thnt till*  Is luul for thin enr of nilnn, nnd'I'm  going lonhiit tho window!  And nfter that. Rosy Eiild no moro,  CLEAN   HAND!  MAS* OOM_l������*^X-5jS  found visitors from oil parts of tho  World, in search of opportunity iu tho  many attractive forms this land of  promise presents. In-the perman-'  out exposition that city has exactly  what it needed to arrest tho immediate attention of tho stranger. Indeed this "tc'inplo of opportunities" n.s  it I'.as been culled, is usually ono of  tlu first places tlie oiglitseor visits  in Wln.iii.pe_*;. Here the visitor may  catch, aimost at a gianco, a good idea  of tho fl-ort of city Winnipeg is, and  whnt. sort of country Res between tho  capital of Manitoba and tho Rocky  Moiuitataf". Here ho will obtain im-  formation, ninpa, photOKi'ivpha and act-  unl produetH of the soil of tho dlisirlet  in which ho Is Interested, perhaps  thousands of miles away., Specific  Information may bo obtained on enquiry, and tho railways represented  will fihow how tho dlntiiet may bo  reached or a tour of inspection conducted In, tho best poaal-blo" wny. If  such n visitor I.i interest oil along Industrial lines he liiui before lilm ocular demonstrations"! of what is being  done locally and will bo told of opportunities offered In his parHeulnr lino.  Thlrt ������ort of lnvp.stlwit.ioii, which previously niluhl. hnvo taken days, can  ho conducted with the aid of tho Rur-  1'iiu'n Imposition and staff in iv fow  hours, nnd reliable Information Bccur-  ed regfirdln*.*; sources of mipply mid  raw inatorliil, trnnsportatlon facillt.ioB,  frolB'hit-.ratp.'i, trndo posslhllitlo-i, and  In ivliqrtSvlJ niruiiioi' of Inforiiiiitlon per-  tinmit't'*' bt*-. cnnulry, unde'* ono roof  and obtaliiiilil-v '���������wll.luuit offort. on hi������  luirt. ���������   .'���������'���������,  Of courso. llirv.'b,l>UI(llntj, hns oilier  us.i'11. coiiihlnliiK !iistV\ic'.lvo dlsphiys  of "iMadi.-lii-Whiulpi'K" Kt/Oiln, niilBoiuil  nud nrt noctlon nnd nuiiieroiiB moot-  Iiik plncos, inclndlni' a lan,^ Oon volition Hall capable of neeoiiimodatliifj:  ���������1500 poopln nnd oihor fentiiros of local Interosl, and It In liiidood, bo^umhiK  iho piililin forum and centre of civic  life In WliurlppsT.  lliM'c, vlSiilni'M fi'i-in WeM'tei'il f'nn-  ndlnii points are also mndo welcome,  for it is the bcHnf of the Wlnutpe**;  IiidiiKtrlal Unreal) that   tho   develop-  ilst.'ii;. .uni pl'u_tl'Uits< ol iViiMiijn;^ lll'O  "���������(vv'.y Ideiititlcd with tunl nf Uie jjrrT'.t'  niu'lciilturiil W.*fit.  The Bull Moose Party believes in Woman's Suffrage and other appeals to women.  Not a powder or  a hard cake ���������  but a soft paste,  ready to use.  Black  10C.-STOVE POLISH-lOc.  No hard work  about "Black  Knight!'.'A few  rubs bring tlie  shine.  44  FREE OF LUMBAGO  B*onus9 H������������Te.jk GIN PILLS  Mr. H. A. Jukes of Winnipeg writes .-  "I have been a sufferer from frunbago  for some years past. I met your "Six.  Hill aud he advised mo to take GIN  PllykS, I have been taking them at  intervals during the early part of tbe  present winter, and up-to-date have had  uo return of iny old trouble-in fact I  feel better than I have for years, and  think that my old enemy has vauiuhed  for good and all,"  50c. a bor, 6 for I2.50. Sample free if  you write National Drug and Chemical  Co. of Canada, Limited,-Toronto.    130  WANTED  Ladies to. do plain and light sew-  Ing at home, whole or spare timo,  good pay; work.sent any distance,  charges prepaid} send stamp for full  particulars. National Manufacturing  Company, Montreal.        .  lllHr Mi^ir.lilM m  1Bo ��������� Tin.  fc'm'Unllhsnnfiwl'AnwIiliiitiiMpIsiruU.tsl  ������'i.'r i, (���������.���������or.miNn, .1.1 umi lusiu  O' TvANl-Ii    Will it-tor* tirut list Hills*  ���������IsiUsstxit,  V/. N. U. 922  In tin- iiintior ot faroB tho Trims-  tslhiMimi putu nil othnr rallwayn 10  riluuiio,     I''or flrftt-cla-fld tho I'linwa  Uiu   '.iiiii,ri   i.twuiMdrt   ii.   \i   j uiiu*,    pi<r  nilli������; ficcond (only 11 llttl'i Inferior),  loh.i thnn n halfponny for tho dlutnticd  whilii If you euro to rlnlc a tlilnl-clauii  Journey you got your four inllou for  a penny. Kvon thin in tho holtfht of  oxtortlon when nompnr-jil with tho cm-  iKi'mi*" mt*'. Thin world nut nf  Honu'lhlng llko 11 idilllliiB for a I11111-  droil mlloH, nnd If tho omlpri-niit. iIomi  not pfiimoRH the. jdilllliiR tho Oovcrn-  mont will loud It lilm,  Hi*- -Tioftf* ������ womnn wln*p uim'* mar-  rli*d oxpHct hrr liimlnuid to tell lior  lil������i IiiihIiic-iii affaire.?  Hh V-I d'ui't kuov.', but rx woman ax-  1 in-ik n nm.1 in la il. i).isUm__, v*.iien  ho'n courting her.  Handkerchief Esperanto  It may not be generally known that  a handkerchief language exists whicli  is extremely simple, as woll aa boiug  the language of exceeding excellence  for the lover,     Horo it is:  Should a man or damsel proBU the  handkerchief agiiliiBt the llpa, It Bigni-  1103 that tliey wish to become acquainted with one another. To let it fall  is [> atane further, and means, "Shall  wo be-friends?" If held to the right  cheek the answer Is Yes; to'the left  cheek, No, But, nhouid either hold  it In both hauls, It tdmply shown indifference.  Uowover, by .holding It ln tho. left  hand, tho lady who doos not wish to  go any further in tho matter speaks,  though dumbly, tho words, I wish to  get rid of you. 0*\ on the oilier  hand, if Bho folds tlio dainty bit of  cambric, it si-rniflpfl her wish to speul-  Agaln, eho may hold It at tho opposite corners, which menus Just Wait!  By throwing it over lier right shoulder  Bhe gives pernilKHioii to bo followed.  Jtiibblng It. ngiiliiHt tho cheek Is a declaration nt lovo, whllo drawing It  through tho hands in 0110 of in ten bo  dislike. Wrapping it round tho first  linger betokens nu engagement, round  the nilddlo finger, marriage,  85,283 Miles an Hour  Boon out. for n stroll���������oh? Well,  and how fur. do you think you havo  travelled? Pcrliupn you will roply  that you haven't walked fit at, and you  havo only boon threo miles or no.  But. wait a inliiuio. You know thnt  tlio oaiih turns once ou tin own axis  in tlio course of twenty four hours,  Tak lng tho clroumferonco of tho earth  ot roughly 24,000 miles, during your  hour's strolling you lmvo covered one-  twelity-fourt.'.i pnrt of thin dlstanco-���������  l.o.', 1,000 miles,  Again, tho earth travels round tlio  Biuii onco a year, It coinplotcB a dr-  (ilo of 578,000,000 mile*. Blvldo thifl  by'MR, und tlio ronult by 2*1, and you  will find thnt In tho hour you have  travelled In round figures llil.OOO milo*  fltlll there in moro, Tho mm and  tlm purrouiidliig planets nro passing  ���������through spufo all tho tlmo nt the rato  of 18,250 miles an hour.  Ho, altogether, during your Utile  ���������troll, you havo trnvolled something  liko b,'),-:().( ml lets.  An net, 110110 the loss bravo for being (llulinctly novel and lugonloug,  wrm performed by Policeman Low������,  with tho co-operation of Vollonnun  MalJon, of lliu New York City Poroo  A. litfl 'ft.'.A litKiiiirt in iv.iMiiiift biumi,  and two mon on tho nlxtli floor wor������  orouohlrig on tho (lre-oricap-i unable to  priftB-tho flanien and smoke* bolow.  Mnlldh rutd Lowe, observing tltoni. bur-  tied ta thtj root of an adjoining (mild.  Ing and ncro������B tho roof of (Jio burning ono.  Million then roIzaiI Low������'h mikle-j,  and though nlmost ehok������d, by thn rising finioke, hn manngod to Rrnsp th������  mils of tho flro-oncapo nnd instructed  tho mon to climb up hU body. Th������  feat wait accomplished In anfoty nnd  MrUou thon pulled liis comtftnlon  from hli trying ponttloii nnd thoy find  ns quickly n������ possiblo to tho ������nfety of I  lhe noxt toof, 'Wid th������-u<.*e to tii* 1  ti.10 itroot,  Clever Business Men  The ability to seize an opportunity  .when4t-preseu.t3~itse'IHs-a-use'ful-biis-  lness asset. , ,  The followi-ng Is au lnstancp of how  disaster waa turned to good account  by a French cloth manufacturing concern. This concern actually doubled its profits through a balloon disaster near Rouen. Iu this disaster the  car of tho balloon had broken away.  The aeronaut and hia older son wore  thrown downwards; but the son had  been caught by a hook tliat pierced  his coat.  He was carried in this way for somo  mlkis and at last enmo safely to the  ground. HiB-coat was re-purchased  by tho makors and hung in tho show-  windows with n full description of how  ���������it saved tho woarer'H lifo.  A Welslv miller had lost a uovcreign  piece In a bin of Hour, and after spending many hours in unavailing eenrch  for it, told a friend of hiu misfortune  Perhaps it will turn up in ono of the  saoks. miggoatod tho friend. Whereupon tlio inlllor waa seized with a brilliant idea. Ho .������idvertl.s&d. hia loss  in tho local papoi'B, offering a reward  to tho finder of tho gold ploco. His  sales trebled in a woek or bo, nnd ho  was paid many tlnica over for tho Jobs  of bin sovereign.  No Use  In the telophono office there was one  girl who waa always late Ir,tho morn-,  lng.  Time and time again the local manager requ������ated her to be more punctual; but. her tardinesn Btill continued  until be was moved to use desperate  methods.  Now, Miss-���������, said he, u'he caine  to her exchange' board one morning  carrying "a package ln his hands. I  have & little scheme that riiope will  Induce you to arrive at the office In  tline, I have bought, this fine; alarm  clock for you, " Please promise me  that you will make proper uso of It,  The youngj woman promised, aud  the first night set tlie alarm at the  required hour for rising the next  morning.  At the indicated hour the clock set  up   a   tremendous   whirring,     loud  enough to awaken the whole house  ���������Rut the sleepy littlo lassie turned over  in bed, aud said in.her sweetest tone:  Line's engaged; ploaae call again.  Hard nnd soft corns both yield to  Holloway's Corn Cure, which Is on-  tiroly eafo to use, and certain nnd  satisfactory in its action.  A talking clock hns been placed on  tho market at Berlin, Instead of  striking periodically the clock cnlls  out the exact, tlmo ovory t.imrtor of  an hour in n clear human volco, Tho  mechanism can bo so nd.ua.tod that  those annoiiiiconionts coaso at tx certain tlmo and continue again automatically after n ���������Htlpulutcd interval,  Fronch Post omccr* will In future bo  provided ofllelnlly with stamp moistening appllimces, nn innovation which  la hailed by the Proas nn ft hygiono  1 of onn.  In England nnd Wales there nre  thirty-five Parliamentary borougliB  which contain 11 population of 100.-  000 nnd upvnrde,  it's ciitmpor to mist loiii tuuu iu  lay he faff. Put It'n rnr,'h' \ f ym hit  tha colti. Keop ft bottlo ot Kondftll'������  Bp.ivln Curo ltnndy. For tlilrty(lv<j  yeara 1ms proved Jt tlio info, reliable  remedy tor spavin, upllnt, curb, ring,  bono, liony growtlui and lnmenoM  t*"-iw*a   ^.*tj**������ f,p,ffrt*1t^  MOTHERS NEED  -GONSTANTSTRENGTH  To Care for the Growing Family  and Her Household Caret  When there Ib n. growing family to  care for and the. mother fallB 111, it  Is a serious matter.     Many mothers  who are. on the go from morning to  night whoae work apparently, la never  done, heroically try to dlsgulne their  sufferings, and keep an appearance of  cheerfulness before their family, Only  themselves know how they nre distressed by hoadaolies and backaches,  dragging down   pains   and   nervous  weaKneflB; liiw their nights are often  sleepless, and they ariBe to   a   li'ew  day's work tired, depressed and unro  frealied."   Such mothers should know  that these sufferings are usually duo  to a lack of good nourishing blood.  They should know   that   the   thing  abovo all others thoy need to glvo  them now health and strength ls rich,  red blood, and that among all medicines thoro ls uono   can   equal   Dr,'  Williams' Pliilc Plll������ for their blood-  making,   health   restoring   qualities.  Every Buffering woman, ovory woman  with a homo rind family to caro for  nliculd glvo these pills a fair trial, for  they will keop her   In., health   nnd  strength, nnd mnke her work easy,  Here Is strong proof that those Pill*  do what Is clnlined for them,     Mrs,  Tlonry Thomas, Drydeu,   Out.,   pays:  "Whon my second child wns born I  was so weak and run down that I  could ecnrcoly Avalk across Iho room,  My baby wnu email rmd weak also,  and cried and worried night and day  untll I discovered thiit tho child was  starving, an my nurse hnd turned nlniost to water.     My husband ->ot mo  a supply of Dr. Williams' Pink Pllfs,  nnd I began tttklng thcni.   Thn ilrat  bonoflolnl effects were noticed in that  iny ohlld begun to thrive, as my nume  bogntl to Improve, and baby slept hotter nnd naturally.     It wns not long  until I began to fool the Improvement  mysolf,   an.l   I   dully   gained   now  Btrongtli, nnd baby win growing very  rosy nnd fut.    I continued unltiK tho  Pills whllo I wns nursing him nml  found myself with nil Uie vigor of  good hoallli, nnd nble to enelly do my  liotiHoworlc, which had boon no great  n drug on mo boforo,      I   run   now  novor without Dr. Williams' Pink Pllln  In tho houso, and tnko nu occasional  dose when I fool tlrod.    I cnn etroug-  ly recommend those Pills to all nursing women, ospoclnlly if wonlt or run  down,"  Bold by nil medicine dunlnrw or by  mnll nt 50 OMitn n box or nix boxon  for $2.DO from Tlio Dr. Williams'  Medicino flo., Rrockvllle, Ont.  rsn  Dii' Robert  this  paper.  "GORED  BY  A   BULL"  Mn.il}- a farmer 1ms been  seriously Injured by vicious  cattle.   Don't    run    risks.  Dehorn yours with tho  KEYSTONE   DEHORNER  Qulolc   ���������easy   ��������� luiivmno   ���������  maltes clean, sharp cut from  4 Gldeu.  Could littlo. Writ*  for fr������e booklet.  R.   H.  McKENNA,  St.   Toronto,  Ont.   Mention  o     ���������'' .      ���������  CANCER  Booh Tre*.     A iisnpla  noma  treatment,removed  lump from thia lady's breaM  Old aor.ea, ulcers  aud  ...  tfrowtssa cured.    Describe  roar trouble I wa vill aend book nnri totllmonlala.  wa Canada cancer institute, limitub  ��������� IO CH-J-tCHil-L-AV-tn-TORONTO^-��������� ���������  GOMINQ EA3T THI8 WINTER?  Aftor the busy eeason in ovor, pack  up and come eaet and upend three  months in oJie of our schools? Duel-  neas education will help you to win  out. It costs but littlo to get it.  Write ub for our new curriculum and  plan to let us help you, Address W,  H, Shaw, President, "Shaw's Schools,"  Toronto, Canada.  hi 7rm cUfyM  a fymWcmftfegual!  m^M&fccii'mtfmm&tte-  W0m  It's- lh������ CWANE8T, SIMPLEST, ami Ill'.STHOME  l)YB, nna ?������������ bujr-Wliy you dots'l sivsmi Iiovd to  IsnowwliM KIN'Dof Clolh yoiirGoniU ara undo  of..-Si> Mlsfaktt am Isnpnislbln,  8tnd tor l'toa Color Card, Story nrtolkt, ������nd  IWinlilol ���������Mnu rttulli of llynlug nvar ntlirr rnliir*,  Tha WHNSON-UICIIAIUWON CO., I.lmlud, ,  Montraal, Cisiiiilt.  lAxmd lout In mintiifHilloii tx-Uh iho  PiitiBli morcni'tllo mnrlno ln������t yo;ir  totalled 1,021, of whom only twenty-  four woro pnBHongor*. Thoro wero  nearly 250,000 Reunion ennnged In  Ililtlsh morciiant uhlys.  llrtttafliVTt, ib  tin  ������oif (;;(;!������ |t 'iy tn  ���������Chsr fits pjl rt  'j'*" f1*?'  ft'  ... .   t ������nl kirtin  9, ai  tiiijUisHrtiiA  siiriitlst r������������ r*������������  /"i TiMtiia  F, Wt:<7<K|,  Xit illJi)\X t*t tr-i  liSTM'  ������������   tkt  till*  Dr. B. J. Kitv-*������H Conpu-f    ������  DuMBur* Pallt. V������ini*������t. U. 8. A'  WHAT'S AT THE BOTTOM  OF KIDNEY TROUBLE  Thfio nt'ii timny enured tit tho bet torn  or tin iiMuclc of ltldnoy inmlil-*,--nvi'i'-t'iit-  Iiik, ovfr-drluttluif, iif*avy ciiIiIh,---th<i������i������  nnd other ctiUHCH tift������*ii ciiiiru IIIuchnih  hiio'i un Itliliuiy troubio, Btill-hioncH, hid-  noy.utmi'Jsi, Bi'nvel, hmiliniro. Hut no  manor whnt la nt llio bottom nf iho (Us-  oiiho, tlit'to In now it Miro mul Hftfn our������,  on*- tlmt nutfi uutflUly nnd without full.  Tiuit ifuiit'ily In Bnnol, whloh In ulrmidy  Wfill-hnown to tho mmllcnl t������i'offHHlim of  Ciinnda rm well nN to thouifcinhi of kiiT-  ferorii from tho tllit-'gHo numod ahovn,  Oiui \Vltinli)?K lady wno In well nml wUU'-  y Utv'wn, wnu curud r>t (liillxtoii'.a l.y  HANOI. nftiT -itiffm'lriff fur 13 ysittii, Ho  grateful wnu nlio, that Mho linn mint to uh  ft liiritc number of peorili- to ho nlleveil  of -iliuli.'ir (.oiniilaliiln, X\o do imt i*nin  Whnro llm I'fmliH' nf thl.i iKiriiKi'Apl/ ro-  nldi'M, \v������ cnn alv* him or lnu* imiucH ond  jtddi'iMUKi** nf peopln in IiIh own lawn nnd  loffallty who hnvo been cured by HANOI*.  \\* will nlno kIvo tlio namo and nddi'fNii  of tlm lndy referred to, wlinrsn rnmpliilnt  bnd trmibfcd hor for mich 11 lohu poriod,  nnd who In mnv roinplololy cured.  HANOI* In mririiifitdUircd milv by tlm  9ANOIs..MANIJVACTUWNOt COMt������ANV  IJ.'       <   ...i ....'..,     t . t I     ��������� ,      ... ......... i.u.C,  WlnnliH****.     For rinlo by ell di*iiK������l������tn nr  (III VI l     liO.il     till     I.I...IU.41. CI..L...    ul     il.iiil  jur bottlo.  SANOL IS SAFE AND SURE  A dotnehmont of eoldlorn was about  to altnok tho ononiy, who awnlted  thoni drawn up In buttle onlor. A  neanoucd old sergeant notlt-od a youiiK  loldlor froBh from homo vlnlbly tit-  fpeted by the lioornoiB of the coming  flprbk. Hli ffti'o wrm p.'il*������. bin teeth  o.Hit.r-rlnir nud hie kiiHori tried to  ltnook ^ach other out. It wa������ ehoer  nervoufiiieon, but the sargenut thouglit  It wafl downrlRht funk.  Tonipklnri, lio wliInperMl U It tremb-  linn yo ������ro for yonr own dirty ekln?  No, uo, sergeant, aald Toiutildne,  maVl-flR a bmvo Bttempt to ttlll hl������  shaking llmbe. I'm trembling for  the enemy, They don't know Tompkins U here.  Mn, FltRbrown (to hor luinband)--  Do you roniembor dear, that beforo  wo woro married you ulwuya offered  1110 your loft arm?  Fltzbrown���������Yen, I wanted to lmvo  ray right hind froo. You ueo I hnd  n lover'* fonr thnt someono would try  to talto you from tne, and 1 nlwayu  kept It In rendlncvBS for defence.  Mrn. Kltxbrown���������-How nwoct! Hut  how U It that now you Ronornlly offer m������ your rlRht arm?  FlUbrown���������Well, I am not bo nftaltl  ot loilug yon an I wan.  Cyprus, undor n couvonUon ot 1878,  uttyn nu fttiisUtis ttibutu of 2000,001} lo  thi Bulun of Turkey, >'?  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, K Ca  %/0  i������  Ananias and the ii  Armada  He Almost Saw i Part  ol It.  * >  * >  * >  By CLARISSA MACKIE.   :;  *4'*'t'****,K''''I'**,H',H*,H'*****  Captalu Barnabas Fish knocked his  |Ipo against the piazza railing and  kroceedcd to refill It with leisurely enjoyment.  "Let mo see," lie mused, "where did  ire leavo off?" Just as if he did not  nmioiubcrl ���������'.,;'  "You said the fleet of - war vessels  fAtt you Iri mind of the time you almost enw tbo Spanish armada," I reminded bim souiewhe.t accustugly.  Ho chuckled softly, "Well, u! waa  laying, It happened when Ananias  lllno was"���������  "Ob." I gasped blankly, ^'ir* Ananias  lllno lu this ono too?"  "Of course," returned tho captain,  With dignity. "Wby not, Miss Tel-  batnV-  "Excuse mo, Captain Fish, but ho is  connected with sucb unlikely adventures," I murmured helplessly.  "Hut they aro Interesting, now, eh?"  Be pointed bis pipe at, me, while his  Hue eyes twlukled merrily.  .''"Ananias' stories usually are."  "Very well, ma'am." ho went on.  wnvlng bis pipe back to a corner of  bis genial mouth and speaking between bis clinched teeth, "us I was  laying, it happened when Anauins  Bllne was first mate of the Iudus and  I wns master of her���������at that time she  ras the smallest, but the fleetest ship.  In the Calcutta trade���������and wo were  well on the homeward voyage when,  .... It happened.  "First 1 must remind you that Ananias Sline was not brought up to the  gen. lie come.from a family of landlubbers, and un to the tlmo bo was  twenty-five years, old he'never set his  foot outside the littlo town of Strea-  mouth. where he was born and where  be sold kerosene and potatoes lu a little eorner grocery. Ananias', fathor was  it cobbler-by trade, but bo was a master hand at the Addle, and Ananias  off fits Asores Acre tn 1888,' and it  -reeled off tb* exact poattJen acne at  whicli 1 ltBtened to. for I 4Uda't tate  sny stock in treasure ���������blp������, hating  had my fill when. I was a young mau  and"~  "Wlll you tell me about yeur treaa-  uro hunt come day, captain?" I interrupted hastily.  "Of course I will," he answered  heartily, "althoura I warn you, Miss  Telhara, it isn't as interesting as tills  one. When Ananias Sllne bad stopped  talking I said I had byeard about the  armada, and I then listened respectfully while he said ho had a great Idea,  which was that wa should get up a  big water butt and put a couple of  port lights in the sides and put COO  pounds of anchor chains in the bottom.  Theu It was his scheme for mo to get  Inside the butt *nd have It headed up.  AH hands would rig a line on It and  heavb me overboard, and down, down,  down 1 would drop till, with 'ono. eyo  at tho porthole, I'd 6ight those broken  old treasuro ships down in the sand  of the ocean bod.  "'What then? I asked Ananias as I  got up and edged around him. 'What  am I to do then, t*hV  "His littlo.,bluo eyes stared fishily at  mo-thats what Ananias was like, a  small codfish, aud his hands were cold  and damp like a dead fish-*-and he edged around me. ������ ������  " 'What then, Ananias? What shall I  da when 1 get down thero and seo all  thoso pieces of eight, ch?'"  " 'You cau signal and we'll pull you  IHe   CORNERS   OF   OUR  MEMORY.  WASHINGTON'S HUMOft.  SMOKE FOR A LIVING.  IHB owners ef aur mem'ry  That we ail tur* svery day-  How we com* upon thorn sudden  Leading down a pleuaat way,  S?h������r������ we see familiar taots  And tba folks wa ui������d to knoiri  Round tho coruars of our mam'ry,  la ths ions tlma ago.  Oh, it's pleasure next to heaven  Just to leave the path of strife,  ffust to tread the primrose pathway  Leadinc to the olden life  And to meet the old time neighbor*  And perhaps again to see     '*������������������������������������  A happy barefoot youiig-ater  Like the boy we used to bet  Oh, it's Joy to lust a lifetime     \  When in fancy we niay roam  'And we turn a sudden corner  In our mem'ry leading home,  Leading- onward through the meadows.  With the friendly stars above,  To tho old familiar friendships  *���������    And the places that we lovel  01), we're thankful for the pathway  That leads on to rest find peace  Through tlio toll and stress of living  To tho eoal whero strife shall cease,  But we're thankful-oli, so thankful���������  For the ooraorsthat we know  In our mona'ry���������thaJ lead ua       ���������  ... To the ions time ago!..     ,  -Buffalo News.  A Dinner Invitation That Showed the ' Frinch Tobacco Teetere and Their Pt-  General's Genial Side.  In splt'e of the general opinion to the  contrary, Washington was uot on especially grave and uustcre man. lib had  ������ 6ense of humor aud could mako or ,  enjoy a Joke as well as any oue. From  Professor a P. Ilolllday's "Wit and  Humor of Colonial Days" Is taken this  letter, written to invite a friend, with  the Indies of his family, to dine with  the .genera!. There Is no date. Imt  thero Is loaie reason to think that the  note may have been written from Valley Forgo, it shows tho grave and  burdened soldier in a pleasantly genial  light:  "Since our arrival at this happy spot  we have had a hum, sometimes a shoul-  culiar Line* of Work.  In the French ministry of finance  Ihero Is a class of olllclals whoso activity ls littlo known to the outer  world. Those n\eu aro the official to-  haceo testers, and they puss Judgment  ou every kind of tobacco manufactured  In France.  Thoy consist of a cbalrmau and five  assistants, and from mornlug to even*  lng they have nothing to do but smoke  e!gat*s, cigarettes and pipes, In ordei  to arrive at an estimate of tbe different kinds of tobacco submitted to  tbem.  it is not only the products of home  MIDSUMMER  FROCK.  The      Dolly      Varden  Garden Party Costume.  _, , ,-._., industry tbat come before them for  der of bacon, to grace tbe head of.the Jndgiuentt but the c-gars and cigarettes  table, a piece of roust beef adorns the��������������������������� hat ftre g0,d ,n Fraaco hare R|S0 t0  feot, and a dish of benus or greens, al-; , lr , t0 tn0 dcclslon of  most imperceptible, decorates the cen- , ��������� nnd the p|cllKnnte9t part  Then It Opened.  Frankllri P. risk, the school principal and mate of Fred Hild, went away  on his., summer trip with a leather  rallso and not with a straw one, as  this narrative will indicate.  ,    - ,   Tho new straw grip bad-been newly  In, 6ir,' ho said solemnly, still edging pm*chased and had been packed. The  away. 'Then we'll go homo and form trunk uad goue( md Mr. Fisk was sit-  n company and come back and get tho ijng, around in his room at the ath*'  stuff.' iietlc club killing a little time.   Ho no-  "'I suppose w������ could make a chalk- | ticed first one thing and then another  mark where I come'up again,' I sug- taat migi.t add to his comforts while  gested. a traveler aud ^decided to stow them  " 'Ves, sir; I was thinking of that.'  ter.  "When tho cook has a mlud to cut a  figure, which I "presume will be the  enso tomorrow, wo'havo two beefsteak  pies or dishes of crabs In addition, one  on each side of the center dish, dlvld-  4ng the space and reducing the dis  of the day's work comes when It falls  to tbelr lot to test tho high price Ua*  : vana cigars sold by the state.  i Tbe officials who uudortako this dtf������  ' ficult and rospouslblo duty aro ex-ln-  [ Biioctors of tobacco manufactories who  Imm-mVS. XL S *S iT-55', |���������j*_-. 22������ VS^ S������  six feet, which without them would bo  In tho state's service and have given  near twelve feot ip.% '������ taU tohS \ ?���������f, ������J th,dr W^J* ������?** ^  had the surprising sagacity to discor- ������r kln������ of work Their by no means  er that apples will mako pies, aud It I ������?" duty consists in smoking f om  is a question If ln tho violence of bis  efforts wo do uot get one of apples'tu-  stend of having both of beefsteaks.  "If tho ladles can put up with such  entertainment and will submit to partake of It on plates once tin, but uow  9 In tho morning to 6 in tbo evening,  and very often it is by no means the  best kinds of tobacco with which they  have to deal. The injurious Influence  of this tobacco debauch, which produces great dryness of the mouth and  iron (not become so bv tbo labor of i throat and might easily lead to nlco*;  scouring),  1. shall  bo  happy   to  see  tine poisoning, they endeavor to conr  " 'EIow about air, Ananias?  It would  away.  The grip balked.  It wouldn't stand  not take mo long to breathe up all the I for uo-<_*ng aUy more and resolutely  air in that water butt, and I wouldn't  bo allvo~when I got down there.'  " 'It's noble to die for a great cause,  sir,'he replied dreamily.  "'Wouldn't you like to go down yourself, Ananias? It's your Idea, and it's  only fair that you'���������  "His dull eyes suddenly flashed and  he sidestepped out of my reach. 'I offered that honor to you, Captain Fish,'  ho said Insolently.  ."'Hare you figured on the depth,  Ananias?' I pursued mildly. 'Just  think'''how many fathoms deep the  ocean Is���������miles, man���������and consider the  enormous pressure'���������  "*I was thinking,' Ananias suddenly  Interrupted, 'that if you were very near  the treasure ship- all you would have  to do would bo to kick out tho bottom  of the cask and still protected by the  staves and top walk over the wrecks  and bring up a few pieces of gold.   We  refused   to   bo> open6d.    The   lock;  wouldn't work, and Mr. Fisk fumed.  "If it acts this way here it will act  the same way on the train," he said to  himself bitterly, "so thero Is no use of  my making a separate bundlo I'll have  to go back to the old leather grip."  He produced a knlfo and slashed  one side out of the straw valiso and  dumped the contents. Tho other sldo  was cut open and emptied, and the  wreck was reviewed in auger.  With everything .transferred to the  leather hand bag! Mr. Fisk was moved  to take his straw purchase and slam  it violently against the wall.  This operation caused, the lock^ to  open beautifully.-Chicago Post  them."  STAMPING A LETTER.  "IT'S NOIinE TO DIB POH A. CHEAT Ok. '������,  BIU."  ought to have tbem to convince the  stockholders of the company.'  " 'Of courso it would make easier  hauling witli tho water butt,' 1 mused.  'But when you got it up to the surface  you might And that a shark or a devil  flsb had mado off with me. Where,  taeu. would bo your gold pieces?'  "Ananias never flickered an eyelash. Til nail a tin bor Inside tho  butt, so you could put the gold In that,  sir,* ho said calmly, and after that 1  wns slleut. ,  "Ananias Sllno stood there wntcblng  me, never so much as stirring unless 1  mado n movement toward bim nud  theu nlmost imperceptibly moving out  of my reach. After awhile I concocted  a scheme.  "'Your Idea Is an excellent one,' I  enld as heartily as 1 could muster.  When have you calculated we would  Homoeopathic. T  The only drawback to the va-  X  ^catlon-cure-is-~that~it-geuernlly���������4  took after lilm to such ft degreo* that.; bo In tho right position to mako tho ex-  be tisi'd to pluy tbo ilddlo for dances | periment'i!  has to bo taken In such small  * doses.���������Denver Republican.       ������������������ *g  His Unhealed War Wound.  Veterans and near veterans were  fighting all tho old battles ovor fi/;aln  on tho street car. "Thrilling escapes  and bloodcurdling adventures had been  related by tho dozeu wheu the turn  came to a littlo old man with a long  beard.  Stroking this adornment carefully,  the old man said:  "Well, boys, the war cost me Just  $900 In cold cash. I didn't want to go,  ao I paid a substltuto the money to  servo for me. Do you know, that fellow went all through tho war without  getting a scratch? I could havo dono  tho samo thing and saved my money.  I tell yon, war ls a ou!amlty."--K annas City Journal.  bat by drinking great mianiltles of  black coffee, whicli acts os an,antldot������  to the effects of the nicotine Imbihcd.  i And it is only blnck coffee thai ren������  , "Tar \r vtt? ?*i ^.^������tSi?*K.t*  ������ iSPS 'ImTmTtSS. VZ' <** - ������b������ -���������. '������������������������-'���������������  on  said    "If he is straight he won't lose th  erument service the first thing I found j' ���������* ffl:wa^k������^li ?h^hf tati M  out about a man. iinder suspicion was boute. am p unged .^ ������nf ���������'r ������. 'fJ  tbe way be stuck on bis stamps. One ������m Ui .with the re "'^fM4^1 '^^  of the cleverest swindlers I over land- j ������t Wrj feet at. stiff as a piece of Iron.-  ed was tracked through his postago Hamburger Nachrlciiten.  stamps.  ewty st ^ht'- an o(d det  Tiv^  i������S ������* W Polsouo"9 elMnT ?  /Xa?/h?i.?iirt   ������ wf ^^ nlcoUne as brought out especially by,  f *fOCLAM> DRESS IN *PINK AND WBim  Charming are the tnldsumm������r frockt  lu Dolly Varden style. This one of  figured foulard in pink nnd whlto pattern opens over'a chiffon petticoat, oft  which are pink satin buttons.  The skirt flounce and trimmlnt  touches are also of pink satin.  "After you put a stamp on a certain way for a little while it becomes  For the Tailor Made Hat.  The hut of ttiilor mado persuasion  which ls so useful an adjunct of tho  tailor made suit may be altered In various ways by being provided with  several changes of trimming. A novel  notion that has occurred to a girl with  good Ideas can bo turned to account.  Everything Out.  ��������� A "cub" reporter was sent out bj  ^"������ Mt^"^^ Su a new crown band, ribbon or  way unconsciously.    That was what  Back ^--.Jf^^ is >dded to tbe hat a necktie-to  that man did.    All his stamps nore) reach the houso the flie baa neen ex J*.......     .  stuck ou diagonally, leaving a littlo trl-; Ungulslicd and the -fire, .department  angle of a certain slzo at tbo corner of. gone. Nothing daunted, the reporter  the envelope.   He was a slippery fcl-S rang tbe bell of the house and soon  match it in color should bo chosen. -In  Ibis way a dark suit may be giveu a  touch of brilliance which will add  greatly to its appearance.-  <���������**.  <\ 'I  l-H  it.  and weddings, and ho earned n sight  or money nt it, tho only trouble being  that Annnlns couldn't slnnd bolng up  no Into three or four-nights n week,  and thct'onsequeiico was ho fell asleep  onco when bo was drawing keroseno  In tho grocery, and the oil ran all ovor  everything nnd spoiled about $W) worth  of stuff, moro or Icbs. Ananias snya  ���������tw'ia loss.  "Well, iho grocer be enmo In, nnd  when lio saw Amuiins aHlcop by tlio oil  barrel ho .lust fete bed ouo kick nntl���������  veil   MIhh Tolhnm, AniuiliiH wan out  of ti Job.   Somehow Annnlns couldn't  pet n Job nowhere oIro in Strenmouth  iH'caime he'd put on so mnny nlrs In  tliu grocery, so he wenl to the city nnd  fiddled ln the sailors' lodging houses  nlong lhe wntor front und then ono  rainy jilglit ho wnH shanghaied aboard  ������ Cblnn ten ship om! nwny Ananlnn  .wnt lo begin IiIh llfo on the oconn wave.  ���������'Sonic-how he grow to llko Uio non-  faring llfo beginning ns n cook, when  everybody cnllcil lilm -Duff- for short  tipciiUHO Ills iltllo pale fuco with Its  vc'iik chin  nnd  imp eyes  somehow  nindo you think of soggy plum duff,  which, being tiiim-liited, means plum  pudding of the white kind.  Woll, Ana-  tilim, hu mndo ti good cook nnd littlo by  tittle ho worked hl������ wny up till bo got  to bo tunto, nnd then bo stuck to thnt  Ht-vi-rnl yours, having nil kinds of nd-  Tcnturcs until I conic* across lilm nnd  - In- signed lirst mute with tbo Indus.  "I told you nil this before, Miss Tal-  fcnni, when  1  related tlio adventure  Annnlns hnd with u wlinio-you'll remember HV" ho risked solemnly.  "AH If I could loiii*'<." I ivlurieJ.  "Of course you licllcvp nil I'm telling  jrouV" bo nsked doubtfully.  "I try to. Ciiptiiln Fish," I answered,  "We'll, wo wns honicwnrd bound from  i'flll-'Ht't      Willi     tt     *...>������*>>     *.*.*,      ������.....,,''     m'mm.  flrngic. It sopms Unit Annnlns had  lili grent Idea when we were -dipping  through tho Mertllcvrrnnenn soil, so lie  snld nflerwiirtM. Ue did not put hl������  Idea Inlo elTcct until nftor we hue! pirns-  i*rl (llbrnltiir and were ripiirlng tho  ./Mim Then be cnnie rift where I  ���������H-n* taking m.v ease.  "'('nt'T'-ln FlKh,' ������nyu he, '1 suppose  fon'vt* hPiird toll of the HpnnlHh nr  tnfldrt imd how h.-uh* of thut richly  Indi-n fleet of tioju-im* *hl|w were sunk  ���������"If tho wind;holds..QUt, about 5  o'clock this afternoon,-' ;���������������������������--  . '"Of courso wo would have to konve  to aud cast an anchor,' I suggested to  gain time.  " 'Yes, sir.'  " 'In that case you better co below  nnd get tho water butt up. Tho carpenter will And somo spare ports, nnd  tbo tin box you onn got from tho cook.  Got out ull the spare lines aboard and  set all hands to splicing. It's o long  trip dowu to Davy Joucs* locker,' I  added.  ���������"Ves, sir,' ho snld, not making a  move to obey my orders.  " 'And If 1 never return you will take  command of tbo Indus. Aunnlns.*  " 'Ves, sir, nnd you'll not forgot tbe  gold plecos?' ho asked anxiously.  "1 stifled n Inugli- 'I won't forget,  Anunlusl' And Just thon I managed to  entrh tbo eyo of two of the htinds who  wore peering from the fo'cnstlo batch-  way nnd signaled frantically.  "'You might go forward ond see  nbout thut wnter butt, AnnnlftM,' I snld  us tho milium crept up behind hlui.  "TII think It ovor,* ho said with a  sudden scowl, nnd, turning, ho walked  straight Into tho arms of my men.  "Ananias Sllno wns n slightly built  mnn, but he was as tough and wiry ns  Borne of tho ynrns ho lined to spin, nnd  wo had ii pretty tussle lo gpt him locked In his own ciibln, where his rago  soon bent Itself nut against tho door,  nnd Aiiinilus simmered down Into a  drunken slumber.  "Yes, ma'am, that's what wns tho  inuii'.T nnil An.iiii.it> Sliti'.'- li >>������������������- li>*j  flr.s' !]���������������������������������* 51 over hiii-jimcd to 1dm and  the Inst. It serins he'd been Im-pecr*  lng tho enrgo. and ho found n smnli  cimk of mm there thnt Iind sprung  n leak. Well, Annnlns nuiRl bnve drunk  ,i,..s ...j,., tr, ,-M-f. 'r, imt It wm nltmrnt.  ihe undoing of him that voyage Ho  hnd been rending n lot of tbnt hWorlenl  stuff and drinking thnt llcnior with tha  result tbnt 1 nlmost got to ma the nr*  mniln*~Jiii4t ns 1 told you, Miss Tellium.  Hum and rending did III"  "What did Ue *;vy uftcv he recovered?" I nuked curiously.  Heroes Still Live.  ������2  months. !  . x ^1SU l0 h���������.. ?' '.. .......      |)e added to the hat, then the soft  white collar may be-fixed together iu  front by an oruament, mnde ou a safety  pin, of beads aud cord to match the  band.  Another day a band of colored velvet  ribbon with donkey ear bows at the  Bides will' diversify the appearance" of  the hat, nnd then the collar will- bo  finished, with a Inrgo bow to match,  ������������������One day I happened to bo loitering! the reporter, politely tipping his hnt.  around a postoilico of a country town.]    "He's out," tersely answered the sa. r-  where I Iind gone ou another trail. The .ant '    -       ,.,..���������___  mnll came In, and through the littlo!    "Is his wife at.home?" asked tbe re-  window .1 .watched the postmaster sort   porter.  It Presently 1 spotted an envelope  with tho stamp stuck on in tbat triangular fashion. I got tlie postmark,  hiked back to tbat town aud nabbed  "No; she's out too."  "Well," came back the reporter, "I  understand you have hud a flro hero."  'Oh, that's out, too," nnd tho reportei  zif'ii^ "���������������&; jxti-zz mfXr^ ss c.-'.-S'ar^'ss  strnleht probably he never would have , in nis lace.���������uobiuii J.1UM.I-.S.  light probably  been cnuglit."-New York Times.  Vnnco-Mllllo wouldn't marry Argyl  unlemi ho gnvo up clgnwotles.  Allyn-Wlint did Ai'gy do?  Vniieo-Sliowcil Ills great lovo for  Millie by giving tlu'in up and learning  to siiioko a plpc-lloston Globe.  Rouatoau on Show. j  f Rousseau crcnted a sensation when.  lie visited Euglnnd iu 1760. "Ilousscau j  nnd his Armoulnn dress," wroto Lord j  Charlemont, "wero followed by crowds |  when ho first arrived In London, nnd,  as long ns this" species of admiration:  lasted ho wns contented nnd happy. |  Onrrlck not only gnvo n supper lu his -,  honor, but plnyod two characters spo-1  clnlly to ploaso him. Itoussehti wns.  highly grntlflod, but Mrs. Gnrrlck do-!  dared tlmt she had novor spent a moro  uuplunsant overling In her life, the phi- j  lopojihcr bolng bo anxious to dlsplny,  iilniBQlf and hanging ovor tho front of  tho box so much Hint sbo was obliged  to hold hi in by tho skirts of Ills coat  to prevent bim from frilling over Into  tho pit."  A Suggestion.  The retailer stopped one of his .oldest customers on the street.  "I want to speak to you," he began.  "Go ahead, and see If I core."  "You've got to caro.    This bill of  yours has been running, a  now.".  "Poor thing! How can yon be so  cruol as to lot It run n loug time?"  "Well, what aro you going to do  with It?"  "I'm going to mnko you a suggestion. If that bill bus been running fot  ns long ns" you say It hns glvo It a  rest. Let it stand for a month or tw *"i  -Clovplaud Plain Denier.  ; plus.  ; Ono of the prettiest trlmmlugs for  the tailor made lint on a line day ls a  , closely" plultod frill of cream colored  laco, with a frill to match worn upon  tho blouse. Strictly speaking, such a  bat Is not, of course, entitled to-tht  long tlmo name of tailor mnde. It Is the "betwixt and between" hnt that is particularly useful nt this senson of tha  year. N'clthcr too severe nor too drossy,  mndo of honey colored straw with  posy rings nt tho sides, from which  spring tnffeta ".wings," such a hat ii  extremely becoming.  Women as Inventors.  The Sclentlllc American proves thnt  most of i (ho nrtlclos invented hy women have,'to do with farming* and  fiii'inliignppni'iilus.  Tho lirst p'ltciit grunted to a womnn  A Wideawake Prisoner.  "Tho Jury  bus unanimously  found  ! you guilty, prisoner at tho bar." snld  ' tho Judgo dryly, "but for Some ronsou  was for u process of straw nnd silk  Helplnn Father. ! unknown to mo tbey havo recommend*  weaving,"Invented by Mnry Klos.  It was Sunday afternoon, nnd the  ed you to tho mercy of tho court   In     The second wns to Mnry nriwU for o  cuvnto, calling unexpectedly to visit a   vlow of your crlmo you must be hniig.  corset nm) llro third to Sophie Usher for  member of his flock, found lilm out--! cd. |)Ut In view of thnt rccommondii.   u toilet lotion mnde of cronm of Uirtiii  tion to inoroy you  may chooso tin       "  mothod of hanging."  "All right, you're houor," replied tin  prisoner. "If that's tho enso 1 guess  I'll bo bunged In o(Hgy."-II:irpor's.  The Postmaster Knew,  Report him It Unit n iiiiui wont into  tho (lenry postotllco nnd nuked for a  monoy order. ;  "For how nuicirr onked the postmaster.  "About a gallon, I guess," wns tho  reply.  And tho poKliiiiistor grin nod nnil  mndo u out lor ^'.iia-uuiiiuouiiin,  *        When He l������ Appreciated.  It Im almost pofulblo to lovo iho  uninlro  when  the   homo  team  wlns.-'l'olcdij lJIode. *  ������������������H*******4������t*������V������H'f<!'*'K*<-**iT  I  In two senses, I  li'lio gcutlomnn's young son enmo to  tho door nnd announced his fnther's nt*-1  sotico.   "lie's gone to tho golf club,"!  snld ho cnsually, and theu, rending per-  hnpn somo sb'ndo of disapproval In tha;  parson's  eyos,   ho   extonuntod   thus: I  "Ho's uot gone to piny golf, you know, I  not on a Sunday; only to drink beer  and hnve a gnmo of cards."  Having   thus   clonrcil   his   fnther's'  character, he shut Hip door on the dum*',  founded e!erlc.-I/������ui!on Answers.        ;    i  Involved, ���������  "l\)\), N pallonoo a vli'tll07'        v     j  "Yon, my son," 1  "And virtue Is Its owe rewardV     I  "So wo nro told." !  "And do nil tilings como to those who  know how to wult?"  "See hero, my non, never attempt to  monkey with tho proverlilul bir/zsawl"  Puck.  .  !  M.iftv Raltar. i  "Tlnctor<i now sny thnt boiled cow's  milk Is not good for bnblos; it Is better raw." '  "Tho doctors are right.   A raw cow,  gives better milk lluiu a boiled one."-  lliooklya lixigfo.  und violet wnter.  Then enmo Phoebe Collier with'an  Invention fur sawing wheel fellies, anil  Miss ['.uclilcy Invented u new wny to  iniiko :i sheet. Iron nliovel.  ncccnllr   a   cmnlilneil  tonster ��������� nud  Alliytd His Fever. ! warming pan wns Invented by Akiiph  Old nachelor-Whii'.cliei' looking ������m  IMielp.* or Chleiigo, with Florenco King  blue about, old man?    Do Chnpplo-  ns her nttornoy und two ivoine.ii wit-  Itoasou enough,   I.nst night I drniunt   nosscs.    Icnlly told Doc Do Hocks thnt I win Altogether only n Iltllo more -thnn  coiisunifd with love for bin dnuglitt-r, 8.00U imtenls hnvn been grained to  and tho old chump proscribed onlnitm women, whllo men hnvo nearly 1,000,-  for a fever nud snld ho'd send tho bill  000 to tholr credit. *���������"  lulor.���������Itoston llecord, I,    .  Fills the Dill.  "A senlonco wllh the word ex.  posure." tho teacher demanded, nml ���������  sturdy boy put up his Imnd.  "If you fellows don't <|iilt your graft/  lng I'll exposure," ho rpiotod gmndllu-  ���������aiieiitly froin the noted reform lecture!  c-ertrcl Mmn  he Imd heai'd.-New York Times.  Dud H.u ��������� Word to Say,  The dniighier.i of nu cast ond how*  hold, nrdt'iii tsiufrrnKlHtJ, wero tnlklug  (svtllK-'s,  "Tuft will sweep the eoiintry," declared Mabel.  "Wll'-on will sweep (ho country," a������-  Not a Hebrew,  "Is It truo Hint your (hniglitor hns  mnrrled a highbrow, Mrs. Hacking-  hniu'r"  "No: thnt story was started by soma  lie >*iiUl Iw didn't re.ollett n word   of ti���������, K\r\H w*,(l ,;,-,. j^bsiw.   DatsU1  of It and, for his pnrt, ho didn't Im'  llevo It." returned the Jorlnl enptiiln.  "Hut, you know, bit name l������ Annnlnsl"  luu-liaiid in ii writer, but bis royalties  niiMiitit tn mer sm.ooo m year."-ChJ-  cago Itecord IJeratil  Mlisino.  Lllllnn inged foiiri-Miinimn, you're  not n glii, nro youV Mnuiina-No, dear  I used to bo n llltlo gitl, but now I'm  n womnn. Mlllnii-Tben what been mo  of (ho llftle girl you uied to lieV-Ktin*  sni City Stnr.  lliinMCvell will sweep the coiintry,n  averred Mehltablp.  ������t (iiK* i Mint il'isl took n bnnd.  "Never mind about who'* going to  Mvccp tlm country," Kiiid no. "'Hints  going to sweep llihi Hero kitchen?  liuit's the (.uyilon iiow."-P!ttvburcb  I'oi.t.   li'lltOnnOitjtl Ot   V<00.,  A good (leal of .tlmo und Inhor run  Curiosity. j bo saved by doing nil tho liultonholes  Whrre necessity  end* curiosity  bo*' on  men's Ihiuiud bhlrls nud i>'\ ehll-  glnv and uo ttootior nre wo siipplli'd  ilicii'.i woulcn frocks that have <o lie  -#M     .     <���������*.      .  t**     f^ * m.mlr  ������ M#    I    ****a-   **    is-""'  Wtlllflm WnK-'Mi ���������"iiv** of the pnf������ti  "He ������lts nbovo the clung nnd (hint ol  time."  This might Indicate Unit be takes (���������  tho roof when bin wlfo begins liul  Kprlnrr noiispeloniilnK.���������OloVflicud I'lntO  Dealer.  The wine of life fOM Into vlnc^r,  nud folks Hint hugged the bottle shirk  tlie sMiinii.-Doujilas JciroUL  with everything llio iinliire cnn do  1 rii.ind ihnn wo ������lf down to contrive ar  j tltlclttl ii|i|ietites.-.loliiHOU.  i The iiiiui uho tf'll** f.T ti iirlnclplr tn<  ' nobles himself by tne ���������������������������t.-TtiPCrtor������  I i'aikar.  wnslii'd wllh wool thrcntl (ho color ot  Hip iii.'iteii.'il.  |   isiiiioulii'ii'S worked In cution urien  Mii'lrb nnd frny nut. tn tlio washing,  'but  W*mlon out" ke������'P HlPlr Si'.:iim imd  even   if  tliey   iduink   can   fuslly   bt  i ilifcltUid tuc'ugh to fli tbe luittoa. .trnm^mm., ^ff1 ��������� IL"*" **~*  n9mmmm*fm,**~*>m_.i.~fmf~m*m^  fm>i WW������. ffliJMBMM-JltiQ. BftmSH eoimt^'i^  Xbf[t/  ���������ma*m \^\\t*t*_._^ijfcarfW.WU������B*t-  ���������axms vimm^mmTmmrpmamZZmZm-aMam  T  ���������\  ������������������j  1'  5  i  Guy Hl-jnkets from .......... v... .������'2,73 a paif  .While Dlniilvets.... ........... ....  4.00 a pai>  C'linfort.oris from ..............������1.75 each juid j^p  A new Stock of Extension Tables, Parlor Tables, and Gyairs of  rr=::::^_: all kinds, just received s^^^F1^)  We aiv/avs carry a full stock of Beds and Bedding,  Springs and Mattresses  JKnwceu's Stoyes and ll-inrre**. me tlie best.  PALL���������AND���������INSPECT- ������������������-.-^ILIi^,  Mcl'hee Block,  &f McKINNON     P^Ma-nd  ���������^-..j-... *,,vm,m������f.mri. Miajjiw.^.yi.  Virtori.i, I'. C  t'hone f)6j   ���������  JIjOMAy CROSSING  Sidney, ,1). C. I^ior.e F 36  s.sswf*-r������������������ *������*������wuf������*_i**������Ok.ir������*.������rw������ij *\  C um bcr" nnd, B.C.  Phone 33  nn  i_*' Ji J.  OF COMMERCE  5. NAKANO & CO,  j^EAL ESTATE;'AGEJNTS-  Hea;;> t)pj*'icK'������J.*8, Pismiard St.  I _________ '  lSmmm^mm*mm*t*mmmmmmt*jammmmm^^  VICTORIA,- D. Q,  .CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  IMCWMHBM  Banquet and Social  C'Hitracts I'or clearing land   can  ���������i'e ���������*rr; 1 ii(_>"l l;y iipplyiug.tQ Snni-  ..'1 II.  Miller,"cuij^erlaurJDpu..,  ���������'.        MAIL SKRVICE.',.  NQTICE is ho-t*'*y Riven ffc. t ay)Y.i-  ci'Jeu will be made to th> Sujjerinteud-  iit<if Pntyiiicjal Police,  Victoria for 11  liocuse toBell liquor   by wh'.sleS'*.lio ujj.oii  the piO'iyes situ������t- d 011 Lofr<3, 111 ok lo,  Caii.bjilaiid Townsite, GumbariamJ, li. C  CiALIMUSSATTp,   -^jr.o ip*. ji;',  I)atted this 1^:11 day of Deo. 191 i.  M������iis for D^tcl^^^  yer,    Victoria,   N.nnainio,   etc:., [��������������������������� J/JJMBER  Tuesday,   7.15  p. ni; Thursday  jiud Sa'airday, 6  a.   in.  Coniox   and   District:���������Tries  ;.Ufy.   r-z 15  \i.   m.j-   Wednesday  and Friday, 4.30 p. m.  S   S.   Cowichan,   Sunday  at 2  '���������>   111  and Tuesday at 6 a. in.  Mai Is Arriving:���������Vancouver,  -Victor.ia. Nanaimo, etc., Tues-  ,d';y ...aftern'oqn, Wednesday and  Friday nights.  (���������oniox Distact;-���������Wednesday,  -Thursday and Saturday.  S-,,3. Cowiclum, .Sunday aiorn-  ,;:!<*; and Tuesday .about noon.  SEE   US  Copiox Smyiiiill C.Q., L-imite.d,  Ppinox,   B. C.  .       SALK QF WOKK.  .-AN'CKLLATIO'N OF RESERVE  NOTICE is hereby given tbat the  (-c't.-i'.e existing by reason of tlie notice  jjiibli.ahc'd 111 the Ilritish Columbia Gaz  ;���������"<: i.i December 271I1, 1907, is cancell  0 1 in jo f.ir as tl*e .same rplate-i to the  f;i 1 )��������� ���������. in;_; described lands, so as to p.cr-  ma of the snle of the timber'sundinj*  flic 100 iw���������  (Joinincncirisj at the'north-east corner  ���������I Lot No. 2849, Redonda IstinJ, New  WcSiminsler District ; ihence east 13  (li,.ir.s ; thencp north ���������<) ch.iitrs ; thence  f.i^t 19 chains ; thence south 25  ibains; thence west 32 chains ; more or  (yss to fhe east boundary of Lot No.  zi'tjfj.; ihefitp. pofthprly-ilong the east  lymulaiy of sukI lift to the point til  conirnencenient ; cnntnirjii)*^ by -iclnieas;  ',::T*m(!iif 75 acres, mnie or loss. '  ROBERT A. REN WICK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Dcp 111 ment nf Land*.,  Y'.iorin., II. C, Dexembcr Mill, 191:*  dec 24 lo mar 26  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE tint an Application  .. nl h*; mado io iho Lieuti nant-jioyuni-  i.i' ni Council ru lhe I'ara'imeni llvuld*  1.'^., Victoi'ii, I'riii'.h Colu'inbia, on  1 h't;;-,' ii; j ilu: ji.tii dny ol j.imuu y, 191,*,  .'i'. 'in- hour of eleven o'tbek in the fine.  I'm.it, f.ir tlii: approval U llm uniiertal;-  .a.; ol the: '.','imiibell River Power Com-  :* 1 ny Lint inl, ih.'ii the cuii-litiiins of ii-.'*,  "'iriip 11:1m, felling cf limber and othei  ,' mil ,ni, -. pr(i\i(!c>l I'i ir ui .Sntiniis 2^1,  ���������.:: air! 2.������3ol the Water Ail be saittlcd  p t",ti.iM t.i '.nell section*;, and that tli(i  \ n.i: Im *���������iiliininiiij' (.le'a.iilid p'lins nf the  ' ".iii.in.?���������; woil*,', In: cxteinlsid until alU.t  ; .;��������� 11 i'i ! 1 c/iikI vl i\il ,| ;  AND l-'.'KTIIKU TAKE NOTICE  t'l.ti a 1 u; y 01 lhe Applu.nn.ai is nn iiie  : '. -.lie olli'C (,( the Water Kitron!-  j 1 fut Victoria Water lJi*,tr!'i, and in  ii..*. (i'ii',** of lhe Cmnp*Miller of Water  K.^lii-. at Vii.tnria.  DA'i'hD at Victoria, 11. C, this 24th  , ;t  ���������    /��������� - ���������  ' ��������� I ��������� <>',���������*,'''���������< c >v  y.   ] 1 t: I -'.'I't.-p i.\ \ \]  'j'sl.i UO,a h'l' lllfc Cail'.pbeil 1\IV(;I  Power Comp'i'iy !,'ini,,**d.  R'.PNM) On   the   hc.icli    at  SERyiUEUf SONG  The S,ong ^ei'vieo ' tp l*,eheld in  jthe Methodist chureji by tlie  choir and assisting frieiid������ lji-ixt  Sunday evening, will be an appropriate closing 33ryj.cp to the old  year, .Service begins at 7 o'clock.  Strangers "welcome.  Ja���������<**f*4iam**l*m** W*V>^^\iM.**v?*;W^Mr^������l������^  MAROGCHS BROS  GRQCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PRpPRIETQRS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  i\g.eiits for Pilsener. brewing Company's KKKP-  \yholesale Dealers iii all Kinds of  Win.es and. Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  ummmtataamm  I   t-  a i'i. Hil  V S ���������-  P-i .'���������  3 &ji ys r  Issued by The Canadian Dank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting' small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (excq->t in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the TJnited States, are issued at  the following-rates:  "' $5 and under  i........    3 cents  Over    5 and not exceeding $10    6     "  "    10      'f ������ 30...... 10     "  '������������������������     30      M " 50........... 15     "'  -.'"' ������������������'     "' ' ac  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should ba made by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN  DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without dolay at reasonablo rates.  CUMBERLAND 'BKANCH......  ...........'..... W. T. V/IIITE,  wr.T.<������������CTWPm������wi������isi s ������fiw vsjswin������iaLii>Biara������wqwi!������^i>gnwamMcr^  f_ll!IIll!llil!!lii!l.ll������ltlim  liteiw tyffl  ISS-  O    mt.     ,������S^'Q^-������*<l-^|>*'^'^-*lv^i������     ���������     m  GOVERNMENT ST.' ��������� VICTORIA, IJ. C,  ������     Ooniplete Stock of4,Ye Oldc Finue"  r  I  r*:  i  __  I  H  IS  eitltzman'& Go. Pianos  The- day aftei"   Christinas   js   a  jioorTHay to got ont a" papery too  many of the. good thinj'js of life  crowded into oiie short dny. Ex-  ."-.Ui?U j<r  Willinin V. bought a nine  pound tnrkey for Christina'-,  whicli, when cleaned weighed  five a*id three qyarter pound^  Tlierare others ������l?iir?���������Go.h-  pd".iii|j2 larceny,  state ana.-insurance,  icensed Auctioneers and Valuers..  We hiivB  :i lar^e niiinhei'  of enquiries-for  aci'e:if;o iii  ' ��������� .Conjoj Vulley }    if yon liave, luiytlijng  to  s-.cH,   I^ST.  WJTUyUS,  We are> AUCTIONEERS  SEE US. if yon want a sah.* aiid we will nimttge one at  tho shortest  pjssihio notice- and-get tho BEisT PRICES,  OQURTisINAY, B. C.  \f*^i&^:.~fP^$3^i/!*&aSM  Dry Goods Retail Dealers  =^i:!i=Gi^de-Silk^^iosi-=^=  (T aning and Repairs $1.5.0  1'epairs ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������������������������������������������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� *-0')  ManufHcttirers   of Ladies'    and  Children's lTuderw< ar.'  Suits   Made to Order.  CUMBERLAND       ?������;, 0.  ..r,-"at./iV--#^5-B*.S-T-H_^  li:W'U-~;0������VTITn���������  Show of  Fall Hats, Auto  Bonnets,  Children's Hals etc.  NOW  ON  FOR GALE - 60 sucking pigs,  $3.00 each, money to accompany) 1 j   fA|.pt������n���������v       D    r  order.    Apply   Robert     Sollan, J J .-tOUIKftay-,,.,,  D. U  Haruhy Island,  r^33ES3EESSE2l  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND'PRICE LISTS.  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  809 GOVERNMENT STRHT,  Opposite P. 0,   ViaORiA, B. C  3  B  3  *Sl  1  mf  u  :H!l!ii:<li!ll!!lll!n!l!lll]llll!ji!|||lllflinniRinill!-llH������llillllllJHIH  *r2t**r*?.-vrrr*ixmv\*:ym:^ ������wimjn%v"iwm������<rr>���������njrwiii h���������-twMaaMj*������-_��������������������������� amm ���������������������������*������������������������  .^*;:;:il!l!ll!lllli!lllllllll!linii:illli:illli;i!i!l!|)|iU!IHIII!l!!lll!li:!!iil!llll!l!llJIK^  _&���������..'.. ........ ft  =i  Capital Ps-id TJp_gj. 1^50.0,OOP.  y^esorve $12.5C0200O  |  The Royal Bank of Canada.  1 DRAFTS   ts"'-.il>-.IN   ANY   CUR'UENCY,   PAYABLE   A],L |  |  . OVER   THE    WOULD. |  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION- pnitUo HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interoM [j  L| I   ut highest  Current UiiU*s aliuWfcd.on D( pos-its of !?I and njiwurds. ||  ji| b        CTJMBERLANI*, B, C, Ernnch, Open Daily. |  !J| UNIOST V7HAKF..B. C,   Sub-Brach, Cpon ThureUayo H  m^uKarj^iirDcans^  f,  &id3ii  t&;  mamaam. inn   m    -nnfiiMm iiiiihih >  The cHew Scale Williams \  By  t        Used Exclusively in Canada  The   METROPOLITAN   OPERA COMPANY  (of New York.)  !!? you want a good reliable Piano, it will pay you to give us a call  Ijjj-j Wo are Solu Aijcnts fos'th������ nbovo ������mcl other Reliable Ma!i;ea. \\ro (j  alwo oarry.tho Victor Gramophone nnd VlctroU**>������  WE GUARANTeti SATI&iPACTION,  Dunsmore's "Music House" Church St., Nanaimo   B, C. J  ISc  Cpon ThureUayo  D." M. MORRISON, Manflger.  COURTENAY,   B. 0 ,    Branch,   Open Doily.  .  WM. HOPF, IVlamaijer*,  r:  %.  %|:iiiiiiiiiiiii:ii!niiU!iuiiiiiiU!iiii!iiii;iii!iiiiiiiii!iiii!!!iii!iiiiii!!i|ii!iiiiiiiiiiHiiiil!iii������^  r ariva *.i\MM ir aimiinianfs-sramiirwi  r tiii���������rn-i m -fcc. imry*  I  P. Philupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  1]  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  ktm* ��������� -trTmrmv*>a^mwavammiammram immmii'iki^mamm%**amnma*ft^i%m^ sauwt-MBMKnMcais ilMiwn1:- .'nwnwm  Ifauirtaofeas.' o������ MIHEBA1, WATER  I*. 0. BOX -iS'tii  PHOWfi 21)....  mmjtt.-^t.*MtiA-^fui.uiff\ *,.m.mim.f.m.miwmmtf.mi. timmmtUff .- ff���������������m*.f^\.Jm.m-.i.,...'rfifit.ivmfm..mmi. m.rnmtmmmmm  un.������fiw...d. ������tJ4������u,'j.;���������������������������.i.vtr,r:.iiiiK'j>.-j.v.-<������������i������u*.  ....���������..!���������...ii-.-,*,.-v.-������i.i?~.'.t.uat>u,u;vt.:..j;.ii>k_.-s������nve.ii  i::ii;illlllll!l!il;lii!llliil-~-^-^z^^.ii:i|,^  tff'-rV'Jt*--'  ES2^.������������im:H^ aiB!aBawiE������������aBEBai������������B^  NEW GOODS  Our Fall Goods are arriving by-every- boat.     Wc have just  opened up a nice range of Ladies' Blouses in  French Flan-  I * ��������� ��������������������������� 1 'll is       ,       I I.. ,.     ,>,.,)      ,-| .   , , I, I ,-,     n, , TfV.     , ,\     ,., 1 I     /".^^|/\1������^���������       '    I   KriW    "l i-n  I fi M    ilCI     Willi     iiV-/l I.     -.-'.71101      (iiiVi     i iv/i.li./1-w     i-Llil.)     iSS     tils     v-v;n'U), i   IsivJi-    us V.  the newest  thing in the Blouse line, at $3.50 and $4.00  WOOL BLANKETS  You should  CUMBERLAND.  CUMBERLAND  I  V.........I'   .*. 1 :��������� f ���������.....-...���������-.," \f\          ������'���������>.,..  1.1  ;n,'.;/.,\\':,/7  ^;&'iT-^m?i'%   |if:;-  ' 1 ,* \ ;> /������������������'  ff\\fi*.-AV\')  ���������L\>:  t>.  Fhere's a Uiffereucc intic pr?ce.  ��������� uinl 11 liirj;'lii^'i'i'iicc, loo, Imt iIhti*-!-* nopiiif'tical (liitcrtnici!  11 tlio   v;i!u.'   nml   ������IVuii'iicv uf Mica1 Oyclc*.    ^onio   were  .suiiU'-   urn  rtiiUjuy "si  ;jr- Mulci"   a  inl  t mi lijt'r- a i'cw liuic- uitly, but nil  ductioii*. F.ct uh hnovv your ivijiiire  hmikI jitu'.iculai-r'.  file I'Vi'ciiiliiurn   of   10.(10 msli ni  to   n   lickti������ wliich wiil .sliiiru in thu  ���������IIM  A 1  J,      l    ittl.litmm* S  . w-;<\-  crroRi  W ������������..; I' IV ���������'=������������������".*-���������*-*_ :-r---'-.���������:i-������..

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