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 *' SV.;-j_C-i -"  ���������M-  ���������_ _r<ii -"?-"'-. m*^-,)  ���������"* '-  ���������.*&-  ,k*>     V,-    -.   >.l  -       v'.i.;  '������������������"Jf**  "������S. ".'  -��������� / i ���������-     ' ' Jr~&-'-   -���������"     '       \T/- ��������� i   -*"-���������-���������    - <"���������     sT     - :[' i; >&   f%\     O"        .v*//- . ���������- ** ,.'    .     -*-;*" *      '     .* i-.    ������������������  .%&&���������&&&^^ '      "   '*      ���������"   '   **  11  A Journal  peclallyy to the Interests of Comox District* -  The News, Nineteenth-Year:  CUMBERLAND. ,B., C.,\ WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28thf  1912  Subscription $1.00 a Yeas,  )������*yV*** |_BD_ss_aasrjeuiA  , t,f.\-iiiUfi  '.&&  [-*r-ig  best   ���������  ever  place   :  latest  11/TE have the Jar  ** gest   and  selected stock  shown in this  in the very  spring .colorings and  designs. We u handle  nothing but the. well-  known -Staunton lines,  the name  tee itself.  is a guaran-  Prices from l$c to #1.00 per roll  Give Us a Call and See  ������  Our Pattern.Book. ;  FOR  STOVES  .������������������AND.   ��������� ���������  RANGES  Furniture and Household  '    s.  es  Baths,  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies  GREAT  SLAUGHTER  SALE  ilXBfilHXllIORI  ':Phokb,31  SICQOfl LiEISER;&. CO.,lid  Dunsmuir Ave.,  CXirr.to'i'r Sand  James Ron-, who haB been, in  th<������ oMipiny ������������f tho Colliery- Co.,  for nmiiuberof years, aud who  ro.MgiKid a fow weeks ago, loft on  Sunday for Naimimo, whoro. lio  inay take aphis residence in the  near' future.  D I). Moltae, of J;   N."*Mc-  LokI'b, left hy SJumlay'ja'boat oi);>  |" biiBines8.trip to Vancouvor,  ���������i -ti -   ������������������*���������  Constable- S-epho..Fon loft by  Suiiiliiy's boot for Nanaimo to at  tond couit.  THE   RIVERSIDE   HOTEL.  T. E. BATE  ^llm\^fyta*ttt-f^--r%^m*\^ l**f^e*l>*^*mm\^*������*-^f*i  OF MEN'S CLOTHING, HATS,  MIJN'S & WOMEN'S BOOTS &  SHOES, ETC     ,    .  For 10 Days Commencing Pay-Day, .  Saturday* Feby. 17.  The CORNER STORE  J. N. McLEOD      GEN'L MERCHANT  ^" Watch our Windows for Prices. Dunsmuir A\enue  _______t^  THE CANADIAN BANK  -.     OF COMMERCE  SIR EDIVIUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manage."*  Provincial  Lo^i-daturo iu pror-  oiigod.  Comox District ie to lmvo  $.1,-1Q,000 "for public works .thii  yonr.���������NoVxeu>e now, for not  having good road fl and bridges.  Mi'svJnincfl h, llrown was <:on  \sO;cd to tluv hospital on Sunday  al'tcrnodn,    She hay beon .ill it  lur liomu for tho past fow days.  A, E, Shophetd, representing  the Homo Loan Si Contract Co.,  of Vancouver, was iu town this  wools*. Ho will return to Cumberland about tbo middle of  March to muko an active canvass  of tbo city and,district.  ..-������--  Goo, lUflharilssoi* has recently  purchased the Held property ou  iyiuiwi  St. Th������������   piupuriy  eoiu-  pimw iv dwelling and two lots,  , -.-.-^    ...  Walter Hudson Iuih purchased  Oro. Richardson'-j dwelling on  Wlitformero Avenue.  Mr. It.. Tborbiirno, Jathor of  JMi'B.i A'ex Siun������nilV is noriouHly  i'i :it SVutrl!.    Ni   h"p"������ are en  li������rt'i!ti d   of his  recovery.  Smiie'vi!!-* will  Courteney's Leading   and   First-Class  HoBtelry Conducted by 0. H. Fechner, Proprietor.  In view of the tact that there will  be a rush of many peoplo to Vancouvor Island during the coining  sprln'K and summer we will doacrlbe  the advantages of Cou-tcnay as nn  outllttlng and distrll*utlns point ra  i'orring aleo to the loading DUHhiosi-  mon nnd flrmiJ of prominonce. The  Rlver.ido Hotol therefore should be  assigned a* leading position in these  pages. l?or flvo years Mr. Foclmei-  has operated In Courtonay nnd diuinp  that time he has romodoilod, enlarged  and nowly rumlshed Tho Riverside  Hotel throughout, and contemplat-os  putting on . another ton or fifteen  thousand dollnr addition to It during  tho coming summer.  Ho has also erected tho largo now  Hoard of Trado and Opova buildings,  tho Palaco livery, and tho Courtonay  Garngo \vorl*s. Mr, Pochnor recently  bought a handsomo olght-soatcd auto  lniBt for tho accotnmodntlon of tho hotol guests travelling between Courtonay nntl Comox, Tho bus moots all  pasEengor fooatB at Comox flying botwoen . Vancouver, Nanaimo and Comox.  Courtonay Is throo miles Inland from  Comox, the utoiunor landing, nnd gives  ���������promise of bocoming tho chief town In  thlfl section ol' Vancouver Island.  Tho Ulvorsldo Hotol offers to tho  traveling-public visiting or touring the  district tho most comfortable ninl  thoroughly flrflt-class accommodations,  Drummers, ��������� tourlBti*, travolorn, and  sportsmen will find everything to tholr  liking, -Tho fine largo garngo connected with tlio hotol affords automo-  blllstB an^opportunity of having tholr  machlnoB UoiiBod, ollod and repaired  (If nocoHHiiry) whllo In this gardon*  spot and paradise of UiIh Pnclllo Coast,  There In a miporahiiadanco of (Ino  mountain scenery, nlco drives, excellent Ashing, boating, and hunting, and  tho cllmato In as suporb 305 days In  tho year horo a������ anywhoro In all of  Canada, . Tho business mon aro ontor-  prlHlng nnd progroBBlvo, tho farmors,  dalrymon, otc, aro vory prosperous,  'and ovory prospoct Indicates a groat  futuro for .Courtonay. ,  Tho ratos at Hotol Rlvorslilo nre  $2.50 nor day, and spoolnl ratos by tho  wouk ,uiu aioiita tut Wai Iwt'sssoiiuu'.lo  iind f*uf*?tc( ppnnrtlnp: pnrnn Hmi> tu tbo  district, Tho roomci aro nicely furnished, clean ao a now pin, woll von-  tllntod, and very comfortable, und  electric lights aro being instnlknl, and  the onlBlne would mitt an epicure,  strating hia faith in Courtonay by hln  works and tho town has moved right  ahoaA slnco Mb coming horo.  .Grand    wrestling  match   in  Cumberland   Hnll  on  Snturdny  Mrs ni^ht   between Andrew Thom-  iivi-ou WimIiici*   san nml TJwiHiut Tapt-lln.��������� The  Any ut'.v't lur that fity.  Gladiator* of old are not  1 with these two.  iu  it  Meeting of The Council.  .The City Council met in regular session   on  Monday- oven ing,  Aid. Hornal being  tho  only  ab  sen tee.  The minntfls of previous" regular and special sessions were  read and adopted.  Accountsainonuting to5278.82  were received and passed over ��������� to  the finance committee.  Constable Gray's report:���������  Scavenger, $107.50;  Watchman,  42.50; Mall Rent,  40.00; Police  Court, SI.00;*Brewing Co., 5.00;  Scales, 3.00.  Aid. Maxwell reported that the  Board of Works bad decided that  nl^ht man would   bo   out   evory  Monday, Wednesday and   Friday  nights of each week, and not be  lore 1.1 o'clock, also   that he re  ���������port"s-ll ,\vork done by him'to llio  eon noil, and that no purchases be  mado without aij order from  the,  board,   '',. y  It was decided   to order  1000  feet of six-inch pipe and Vs .  The cement sidewalk question  waa  brought   np   by   Alderniim  lleveredgo nnd   dismissed  by the  bynrd,    I.t wns decided to circulate another petition nmong tlm  ���������property   owners   on   Dunsmuir  AvenW, to ascertain if thoy were  willing to pay tho   full   cost  of  sidewalk instead of two-thirds afl  ritatcd in former petition, the city  discovering that tbey are not call.  ed upon to bear auy proportion  of the cost.    Aldermen   Uever-  edge and Com were appointed   to  circulate, the petition.  Dr. MneNimghton  in a com-  ;at:ji:cat!()������   ac^epfed   re appoint  meat as' medical   health   ollicer,  providing ho wna relieved of the  ordinary routine work of sanitary  ���������' ��������� **  inspector, for which he hud not  time. The eouimuiiieatiou was  laid ou tliu lull],*.  An   application   ������������������������������������������   received  /rout Moen-*!**  I'liruliaui,  Mcleod &OIHZWil3531  an$:IIugo for, the . uso of City  Hall for motion picture purposes-. .Owing to a resolution being  placed on the minutes of a'for-  mor meeting, that, iu the event  of Mr. Curtis being sold out, the  purchaser should havo privilege of  renting the hall, the application  could not ��������� be considered. Mr.  Stoddart who showed  that  ho is  the owner of tho picturo plant,  was given the hall at the formor  rental of $40 a month.  11. Murdock asked tho council  for tho uFe of some of the band  instruments I'or a band that was  being organized at the Camp,  The mayor informed Mr. Murdock  that ho did not think that tho  council could grant his request,  as tho band ho mentioned wns  outside the city limits  , Ed, Bickle asked on behalf of  Jo-ieph Potter if. pny reduction  hud ���������beouiinnde in tho pool room  license. Mr, Bickle was informed that Trades , License Dy-Law  was��������� undor consideration,  City Solicitor   Harrison,   who  was present, informed  the conn  cil that Sec. 8 and   4  of   Liquor  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  J^SI__M^9bQdQiQQ9___  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank" of Commerce will receive deposits of $i ar.cl  . upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates.    There is no  delay in .withdrawing the whole or any portion of.the deposit.    Small ,  deposits are welcomed, y .' a 234s*  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to he  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of the mciior  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  bis wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH  W. V. WHITE,   MHuarr  ,  License By-Law should bo amended, as there was no sense to them".  Mr. Harrison read a communication from B. C. Telephone Co. re  city tax, which stated thfiy con-  sider the tax of $100 a year excessive,' and oiler the sum of $50  in settlement ot sine up to .Jan  101L.    Ho action was taken,  Tho appointments of Aid. Cessford and I). R. Mac Donald us  Police Commissioners, and Aid  CampfTcll and J, P. Watsin  as License Commissioners were  read. Aid, Campbell 6tated that  ho hail notified the, government  that he would not accept the ap-  polntmont, he being recommond.  as Polico Commissioner, and considered that the action of tho gov.  ecu mout iu ignoring their recoiu-  inundations was an insult to the  council, and as such would renewt  Jit,  Have You Seen the  * The City Clork reported sliyi"-  ago of funds for teacher*- sa'arii's,  lie with the mayor wore ompo.c'  ored to arrange for ������1000 over,  draft.  The Board of works were empowered to complete eewors.  The Council adjourned ufti-r  one of the most lengthy sest-iuisi;  iu its history,  Ambulance Chits examinations*  will be held in the Council Chum,  burs on Sunday, March SJrd, at  4 p. m,, Dr, llickscxiuuincr,  Dr. D..E.'.. Kerr, dentist, wi;I  be nt Courtenay House, March  0th, to 10th,  Courtenay and Union Bay Write-  up will be concluded in our next  issue.  ife  Bring Wn Your  Tkem Out With a  Pair of Thoso Popular New Shoes*  Real New Shoe  Styles ?  B!  ESIDKS  having the   very  newest lasts in all leathers  T __-��������� "BTo "w.%*. I^vci) p.sii vi u't.i iuiiimm arc a,>;;  Mjm, usx it, oilUciy ti0iia jCiUjlor tinuuj,nout.  Men'B Tan Volour Calf "luobor $5.flO  Mon'st V������lour lily, cu hion ���������olo  0.00  M������n'������ OftditOalf llluolior  O.OO  Mou'i ttorosford Citlf Dlushor... 6.BO  i������k������u st _''iv*oui.*.A'sk (-st-lt.'>v*> i.x... Z.Z3  MonVTan Onlf nutton !ilu   6.50  Womon'a Pfttosit 3 strap Bllpporn 3 .SO  Wontou's Patent Prinouif  3 fiO  Womon'tl> nekOo**o Puiivn .... U.60  WomBn'n JMftclt it-man Pmn? 3 BC  Womon-i II aok Vulvnfc Oxford 4 OO  Womnn'-   ll'aok Volvet Hull ox B OO  ICAMPBBI/L BROs  Quality  Bather  Should la "-iioiicc  Your Judgment  When You Buy  SliOtf!*-.!  < WJ-lls-*-      -ijSV*     m-u*   *   "i>    i in's^jwl'IWS. ^-TSmriSm 3$ *->���������_���������.*  ,**BsV' W ������������������-.** Jt\���������*t|*,T-~+������^_i������, . ������wW-^*������'iCH������������_._������'*r^t^i  ?THE STEWS. CUMBERLAND, tt C.  Those Horrid  Bilious Stalls  HAVE  BECOME A  HABIT���������3UT  YOU CAM BREAK UP THE  HABIT BY USING  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY - OYER PILLS  "It is nothing when you get used to  it" is iv common expression which  many seem to apply to attacks of bit-  ioiiFtiesa.  Year after yoar tliey suffer from  frequent spells of bilious headache,  indigestion, constipation followed by  looseness of tho bowels, tli-.-'.irie-S, despondency aud ill-temper, and the habit  seems to have become so firmly established that they do not think of  brealtinj; the chains of bondage.  Why not make a break for liberty,  health and happiiiess. Dr. Chaso's  Kidney-Liver Pills stand ready to help  you. They have helped thousands  undor just such circumstances to  know again the joys of healthful llv-  '���������_  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills cure  biliousness by reason of their .direct,  and specific action on the liver, caus-  ins *ho bile to be properly filtered  from tlie blood, where It acts as a  poison, and passed into the intestines,  whero it ia necessary, to aid digestion  and l-eRulale tho action of the bowels.  Ry this treatment you not only obtain relier from the attack, but briiiK  abou* lnpUni** r**re, and prevent kidney disease, .which is the usual outcome of neglected biliousness.  Dr. Chase'1* Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a Onse, 2i> cents a box, at all dealers Sr Kdmanson, Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  LIFE OF THE SUN  Old Sol's Heat Will Warm tlie Earth  for Millions cf Years  The reason why the sun retains its  heat in spite of tho quantity* that it  gives out. is explained by the fact that  licai is generated by the fall .of particles toward ihe centre. The diameter  of the sun diminishes annually by  150 meter., a little more than the ten-  millionlh parr of its total.  According to estimates 'made, 30,-  000 years will pass before the solar  radius diminishes enough" to produce  an effect appreciable by tho most delicate Instruments, always supposing  that the astronomical instruments of  t.V. future will ���������>:*��������� sir-ihsr to the in-  *-* --ii-.ir.i>tf. of lh * ;-i_sci*r. liy like calculations It"t_ estimated that th'o sun  will send heat to tho earth between*  six millions and eight millions of  years longer.  ltadium, which emits heat spontaneously, is present in the sun. One  grain of radium frees enough heat in  one hour to raise a grain of water  from the temperature of ice to the  temperature of boiling water. Hence  tho presence of this element assists  in the preservation of the sun's heat.  The spectroscope reveals great quantities of helium in the sun, quantities  great In proportion to the sun's other  elements. The presence of helium  is due to the disaggregation of indium. The grains of radium per ton of  the sun's elements would be enough  for tlie entire regeneration of all the  heat lost by the sun. *  FAST FREIGHT SERVICE  Buying on Instalments  Boile���������Th<* Rinkersnmst buy everything on the hire system.  Hammer���������What makes you    think  so:  Boile.���������I heard Jimmy Binks ask his  father whether their new baby would  be taken away if they couldn't keep  ip the payments.  It-Eases Pain.���������Ask any druggist or  dealer in medicines what is the most  popular of the medicinal oils for  pains in the joints, in the muscles or  nerves, or for neuralgia and rheumatism, and he will tell you that Dr.  Thomas* Eclcctric Oil is in greater demand than any other. Tho reason for  this is that it possesses greater healing qualities than any other oil.  Verifying a Rumor  Reports or Turkish attacks upon  Italian troops are becoming so frequent, as to afford grounds for fearing ttiai there may be a war in Tri-  -po!i    Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  George W. Cable, tho author of  many delightful stories, of the south,  recalls an incident of his boyhood  days, which were spout in New' Orleans.  A fierce old colonel ono day called  his negro coachman to him. "You  ,vero drunk yesterday!" lio roared.  "What do ycu mean by such a per-  Joimanne?"  " 'Twas an accident, sah, 'pon mah  wcrd."  "An accident?"  "Yes, Kah. In de mornin' I gets a  ilnnnyjolin of rum for 1.' keep de rheu-  ni.-itl'*. from mah olo woman, an',  Mnn-e John, I slips on do ico an' bust  rle jimniyjohn, an' do rum mak' littlo  puddle.-- In do read, Den, sah, I jc_!  gets down and laps some up. .Dat'a  how it. eiiM, Marso John."'  "You black rascal! How much did  you drink?"  "Woll, Marso John, sah," answered  old Ned, with u twinklo in his' eye.  "I -I'poKn 7 mun' or Raved more on a  (juait.!"���������CoHinopolitan   Magazine.  Words Out of Joint  The    English    language, above all  others,  is  the  most  remarkable  for  tho  number  of its  word, -that have  been-completely changed in their significance aineo they  lirst came  into  use.    Iu  some  cases  their  meaning-  has been exactly reversed.   A conspicuous  examplo of  this  is  the  word  "let,"    which    Shakospear.p used several times with the meaning "to hinder."    Hamlet exclaims, "I'll make a  ghost of him that let me," meaning,  j of course, "him that stops me."  i    Tho word is used in the same sense  Iin the Bible as in II Thess. ii: 7: "He  iwho  now  letteth,   will  let,   until  he  ' be taken out of the way."   ���������  "Ravel"  and  "unravel"  means  exactly the samo thing, though at one  time  to  unravel  probably  meant  to  [reduce confusion to order.    Compare  'the words "valuable"    and    "invalu-  i able."  Sometimes a comparatively short  time, sulfides to set a word adrift  from its original and true meaning  and to cause people to forget, what  its real significance is. This is illustrated in our word "tumbler," meaning a drinking glass which sets  squarely down upon the table, without a "foot" as in the case of a goblet.  What a "tumbler' really is may be in-  ferreck from an extract from a gentle-:'  man's diary, written in 1803, which  also    throws    light  upon  theN social  mcilnTilc_of .lh���������_t-'rn_._ .TV,__:_���������.,_ _rv_'';  as follows: ,   .  "Had a few friends to dinner.  Tried my new tumbling glasses. Very  successful; all got drunk early."  Theso tumbling glasses, soon called  "tumblers" for short, were made with  a round or pointed bottom so that  they could not be set down when  they contained liquids, without falling over and spilling their 'contents.  They were mad a as a sort of joke to  conduce to rapid drinking.  But the namo was applied'to n  glass which had no fool, but was cut  oil so squarely across tho bottom that  it stood firmly on tho tnblo, so that  it was really less 'liable to "tumble"  than au ordinary goblet. A genera-  lion Rtifi'lced to seo tho change  wrought In tho uso of the word, .and  the comploto disappearanco of tho  original significance.  Tommy���������Say, Pop.  Tommy's Pop���������Well, what Is It now  Tommy���������If heaven  Is a plnco of  perfect peace,., whoro do all tho policemen go whon thoy dlo?  fl CLEAR  HUfflM  ii. IvUA\l a,  \.A  I      Soap and Ointment  Wmm Nn fit lier crr-nllinit** i-'a <*a rnnrli  for pimples, blackheads, red,  rough and oily sku>, itching;  scaly scalp-*, dry, thin and .falling  hair, chapped hands and shapeless  nails. They do even more for skin-  torU-rul and disfigured infants,  Alltsmu;'! fltitleum (t,,yp nn>1 Oliiiiiicti*: fir",  1! ���������*' *i) .lrsi::.;tt(i nit'I il-f ��������� I t s -,i j,-.',:.. li", .. i.'rfs;,!  ur.i*.v ���������| rvh. wish iU'-iYi?,: In.. Hi I i,ti trcii'iin lit,  )f nil"* inst Isilf, will li������ writ, )> ;i.t:i-i-, dii rt|ipiiri>  Uum v. ' Cuitcum." 1*1.1. hM, i*s���������t.,_, t*. _. a.  W. N, U. No. 677  Ho'cl Bo Mean Sure  Tho late Senator Elklni* ot West  Virginia, was oxcoptloimlly ftood iia-  tured and spoilt much of Vs tlmo uy-  Ing lo redeem promises of |ob:' a:i<l  legislation ho made whon .lpproaohoil  hy conBtltuontii ho hated to r'ifueo.  Ono day Senator Carter Baltl to  him: "Stove, why In thunder do you  mako all theso promlHes and thon  stew around trying to mako good on  them?" : :  "Thai, reminds mo of a trip I onco  made across Iowa hy Btago," said EI-  kins. "I rodo on tlio bos with llio  Btago. driver, and wo Hpont iiovoral  dayri gottlng to Council HluffH. Tho  driver wan acquainted all along the  lino. Ilo hud a doB that umially travelled with lilm, but on UiIh trip the  dog wiifiii't. thoro, Uo was nuked  about tho .dog at every Hlopplng placo  and hn oxplalnod tlmt uho had jtiKt  boconio tho mothor ot a Uttor of piipn.  Kach person to whom ho mado thin ox-  plaiuitlon asked for ono of tlio pup**  and In''each axm- tlio driver prowlHod  ono,  "When wo got. to Council HlnrfH 1  mild to lilm,n"My friend, I havo liourd  you promlHo about forty pups, on tlio  way ucroHH thin utah*. How many  pupH did that dog of yoiirn lmvo?"  "Four." lie replied,  "Well," I uslo'd "why did you prom-  loo to glvo away ahoul forty?"  "MlHter," hn nald, "did you Htop to  think It's n mighty moan man who  won't promlso a poi-hou a pup?"  Drilled Him  Even au oxtromcly aggressive en',  oniy can ho conquoreil hy 'ilateny*. It  Ih only n iiucfllloii of otnployliu' tin*  ntal(*K(*m titled to the i'.iho.  An opoiwilr proficbor of I'uHt, 1.on*  don iindni'Htood thia,. nnil .hln _trai<>  tw,! |'llls>d to is clmm* Ho wiim nil-  droHHlwv a crowd, when n. isohilor, who  lulls'   in-, is  sJsilli.Uifc,  i.,Uli>:   Is))  aslil   lul-  leiikd Uu* Dorvlcc I'lii'llns; It xx'tiii  iiHoh'SH to Ignoro llio man, tho pratel*,-  or nuId:  "Mi, my friend, you'ro no Bohlior.  .Vo iisTvaiil of Hi'* Kim* would get  tuning it t'i. iii'imiiji*. ;i j.i.iii't'ini hei''  vloo,"  Tlm man nald lio wah a t;i>1dier and  united Iho pri*u(;h-*r lo ti.;*l lilm.  "Vory .woll." wiih thn reply. "I wjll.  Now, thon. Attention!"  This* tho inoldlcr did nn w<<\) iin hln  fvindlHoii would nllow,  "About turn!"  Thin, order wna nl������o oh-yed thour.h  wlili Home trouble  "Quick nian*!i!"  And off went tlie vnltnnt tr,]i]\t_r.  m-nciilug down ihe' mail nt n mile!"  1s;u;i*. white thy \\tf,u bur iftunied to  hlsi address*.  C.  P.  R.  Makes  Record.,Time    With  Shipment From Shanghai  to Minneapolis  From the Freight Department of  the Canadian Pacific" and "Soo" Kail-  ways there comes a story of a fast  shipment of walnuts from Shanghai  to Minneapolis." The'shipment,.which  was composed of 500 bags of nuts  weighing SU tons, was mado from  Shanghai, via the Canadian- Pacific  Railway's'steamship, tlie ''Empress of  InUia." This boat left Shanghai for  Vancouver November" 7th, arriving  there November 24th. At Vancouver  the C.P.R." has a special train in readiness and as soon as tho consignment,  could be transferred from .the ship  the" train was hurried Eastward. Portal was reached early in-the afternoon  of November 30th, and from there the  "Soo" line rushed tho shipment to  Minneapolis, reaching thero on Doc.  2nd in time for delivery.'  This is exceedingly good lime, especially when. winter operating conditions are considered and L. E.  Doudiet & Co., the Minneapolis firm  to which the shipment was made, expressed themselves as very much  pleased with the service rendered  them by tho Canadian Pacific Railway and the "Soo" lines.  Chap Seventeen  He gazed tenderly into her oyes as  she spoke.  "Life," she murmured dreamily, "is  after all nothing but a romance i.i  which we arc the characters, moving  hither and thither as the supreme  Author of our'being directs."  ��������� "And in the novel of. your life," he  said, tenderly, "where do I come'in?"  "You," she answered with a smile.  "Oh, you ar������3���������let mc see���������one, two,  three���������you are Chap Seventeen."  THEY ACT QUICKLY  AND ALWAYS CURE  POSTMASTER   TELLS    OF   QUICK  RELIEF  DODD'S  KIDNEY.  PILLS GIVE  Two of them taken before going to  bed  clears  away   his   Pain   in  the  Back���������Why they always cure "more  serious Kidney Diseases.  Buck Lake, Ont.    (Special).���������TIow  Quickly Dodd's  Kidney  Pills  relieve  pain in the back when taken in time is  evidenced by Mr. .lames Thomas, the  ���������well-known and highly respected postmaster here.  - "I wish to inform you that I always  find relief from pain in the back by  taking Dodd's Kidney Pills," says  Postmaster Thomas. "Sometimes in  the mornings I cannot straighten up  for hours, but if I take two. Dodd's  Kidney Pills before going to bed the  pain" all disappears and I. have no  trouble in the morning."  ���������Dodd's-Kiduey~Pills~act~dlrectIy_oi*r  the Kidneys. Where pain in the back  is caused by slight Kidney disorders  the pain is relieved at once. Where  the complaint is of long standing and  tho Kidneys are diseased the cure  takes longer, but Dodd's Kidney Pills  never fail. . Thousands of Canadians  tell of the cure of Kidney Disease of  all forms, from pain in the back to  Bright's Disease, by Dodd's Kidney  Pills. Thero is not on record a single  case'of Kidnoy Disease or of diseases  resulting from diseased Kidneys, such  as Rheumatism or Dropsy which  Dodd'B Kidney Pills have failed to  curo if taken regularly and according  to directions.  The Use of Envelopes  ��������� From a ropy of tin Glasgow Herald  of fifty years ago. "Mr. Ewing gave  notico that he would call tho attention of tho'Chcmbcr at the uext meet-  ing to the' desirableness of envelopes  being dispensed with In buslnosH.%n������.  municatlons, as they, presented tho  date,, of ��������� a letter's receipt from bolng''proved, a maU.-ii* highly ncco?*  sary. Ho mentioned thai, tho Amuoc-  lotion of Undorwrltors waa tal'-inu up  tho (mention." It mny be rec.nl'.oil that  prior to tho introduction of onv*uloi!*"j,  lottors wero written on wlul In Uu-b-  nlcally known . as "U'tlor paper"  double tho si/.o of note papm* foduy,  Tho loiter waB folded Ih nn lngonlo'ip  manner nnd secured with rt wal'ei,  Tho advantage writ*? tha m:3'-ivo nlway*  carried with it tho poit nmii*.  Popular Traditions  To a uxoalor or loss oxtont oupor-  stltlon affects both tho educated and  tlio ignorant, the rich and tlio poor.  Dr. Johnson conoldored It unlucky  to wall* Into hln Iiouho cNcopt witli n  pnrtloiiliir leg first. Tlio Clreiit Nnp-  oloon hnd a hollof In oniont*. and whiu  is Iltllo bettor thnn tlio common kind  of I'ortiino-tolllng; nnd although Sir  Waller l-toott wroto u book to dlnprove  ilonioiiology and without" them Ih no  doubt thai, ho wiui, to a r.orlaln o.v  tent, Imbued with nuporHlltlon,  Thero tiro nalloiii who do not llko  to fiiII on Friday, othcr������ who do not  llko to moot a Hiiulnt-oyod wonmn,  Tlioii.sU'iiln. thoro nro. peoplo. Hko (lie  Vlcnr of Wakefield, who hellovo In  lucky (IroaiiiH: for liiNlanco, n oofrin  and oroim bouoH, which Ih mild tu he  Iho sign of an iippronolilng weddlm*.  Why Hnmlet Came Back  Aftor much pormmnlou, IiIh ftIoimIh  had  financed  tho young nc.tnr. and  with  tho brilliant  eoniKiny  hn had  gathered nround him, hf net out to  con-mer tlio province with "Hamlet."  A wook Inter ho wan buck on hie  I imuvi*  neatliur,  una  list,    issi.o    wm.  ���������,*(..i;������ifn1.  "Didn't thoy appreciate you*/" nuked  a friend who mot lilm.  |    "They dld*'.'t hociii to do," rotunicd  i tin* ilol.ful ono.  "Didn't tl'-v/ link you to como brforij  . . ,   ....      ....   .1  ...    .,    M .......   i.i  j cut friend.  !    "A������l;   me," ' rojicntrd   tlio would-be  j Hamlet  nml then there were Imivh In  Mh voice���������"itfilt me?-  Mnn, they even  dared me."  "Voi*. I Mn to London,'and It'u n  flno lov.ii, hut crooked."  "How crooked?" nHkod tlut barman.  ���������Weil,"  Kind   I'ok'tj,    "     I    IsotiKiil  Mnrtliy a penny paper o' plus liter,*,  on' ou tho train ride home I etmnted  idiom.   Thoy wu/. marked 'Ouo thou-  , I'iii.d/ but, by crlnun, thoy was four-  itoer, -.ihort by actual count,"  ?>.������������_  ?*s*_:  5������fi  IsSSj  .(JONEY DO  DON'T BAKE-BAKE-BAKE IN THE HARD  OLD FASHIONED WAY  It shortens your life, spoils your temper aud ruins,your looks.  Tiy the new vay~~the MOONEY way.  No spoiled baking.. No overheated kitchens. Lots of leisure in the home.  MOONEY'S   BISCUITS are so fresh, so crisp, so appetizing that  they aro largely taking tho place of home baking with thousands of Western  people.   Ask for  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  in air tight, dust proof and dara-p proof packages  ���������or in scaled tins if you prefer them.  Made in tho Big Sanitary Factory in Winnipeg,  Had Served Him  ��������� It is easy for a judge to be a humorist. If you don't laugh at his jokes  ho can send you to another place for  contempt of court, and It remarkable  how the knowledge of this fact drives-  home the point of the alleged joke.  One of this kind was recently' addressing a shy witness���������a milkman,  who had served the plaintiff in "the  case.  "Come, come, my man," he said. And  tho barristers saw the twinkle in his  eyo, and got ready to guaffaw. "Speak  up, don't bo too shy. You never served mo with anything, did you?"  "Haw-haw!" laughed the bar. And  tho clerk appropriately chimed iu  with a "Hee-haw!"  "Not with milk, my lord," said the  witness.  "With what, then?" said the George  Robey among judges, still with the  iudicial grin.  "A summons for'debt, my lord. It  ivas about twenty years ago, and, I  was working for Casey, the tailor,  them days." : ���������  . H&hhGum  ���������>iulclisy_.stop__co__l>_, cures colds, heals.  '.hf! Ihroat-s___ lunBs  ���������mO   C'PDlS.  guy  Messenger.���������Who's 'the  swell  yo was talkin' to, Jimmie?"  Newsboy.���������"Aw, him an' mo's  woiked together for years, lie's the  editor o' .ono o' my papers."  Up-tc-Date  Sloward���������Is thetr notol up-to-date?  Toward���������Indeed it is.   They furnish  sleeping powders'wlth every bedroom.  A Boon for the Bilious.���������The llvor  is a very sensitive organ and easily  deranged: When this occurs there Ih  undue secretion of hllo and tho acrid  liquid* flows into tho stomach and  sours it, Jt is a most distressing ailment, and many aro prone to It. In  this condition a man finds the bout  remedy in Parmeloo's Vogotablo Pllln,  which aro warranted to speedily correct this disorder. There ls no bettor  medicino in tho entire list of pill preparation's.  The Measure of Life *  .Thoro la no uho repining that llfo  Is short.   It Is noL lo ho moasurod by  tho ciurmtlty of hiu years, but hy the  ���������luallty.  Ho that plants thorns will not .gather roses.  A MOTHER'S PRAI8E  OF BABY'8 OWN TAQLETfl  Mrs, Allon Manon, Carleton, N. H���������  writes: "I have UHcd Hahy's Own  Tnblpts ovor since I hnvo had ehlldroii  and that Ih ���������������olug*on fifteen years, I  lmvo always found tlioni ontlroly wit-  tsi'actory for nil tho iiIIniontH of littlo  ones and fool that I cannot pralRo  thorn too 'highly," Mrs, Mnnon'n  praise Ih just (lint of fhotnmiulf- of  mothoru who onnaldor Hahy's Own  Tnblotn tlio only unfo nnd suro voinoily  lo keep In (Im Iioiimj for tholr littlo  ones. Tlio Tablets aro sold hy tiKMllo*  Ino dealers or by mail at 25 coiiIh n  'mix from Tlio Dr. Williams' Mocllcino  Co., llrockvlllo, Ont.  Ho enmo down tlio garden path, n  md, HOirowful fl^uro, Sho watchoil  him with anxious oyoti,  "How did fathor tako It?" nlio (ink*  od.  "Ho took It���������woll," roplloil tlio  .'ouiiK man.        ���������    -  "Oh,'I'm ho fslad, Cloorgo!' hIio  ;*Hod, prontilitK'lior hands togothor,  "Aro you?" replied (loorgo flopplns  forlornly by her nlilo, "Woll, I can't  ^ay that 1 nrn, dnn*, Af flrnt your  fathor wouldn't Union to mo."       '  "Why didn't you toll him that you  uul SU.noo In tlio. hank, au I told you  o?" uho oxdatni-'-l.  "I  dhl. aftor nil olno had. railed,"  III-jWUUU   UlX'If'i-.   i1l*JfUiHH>.  "Aufl wkil  did ti* i!r. !l\Hi?"     '"  "Ho,' ocliood tho younK inuii, phut!-  ur hl������ lipii'l ws-ssirlly through IiIh hnlr,  "Uo horrowod It!" ,  "Do yon know whero littlo boys flo  t tii i t i    mi  _ . . l.        .'    .k'.       -    -i. _ _    _        _   . .        . ^.l. .is.    V    _-_      _-i-k-L_sn__:_������  *\>     U.S*     S.  ���������Ycs'ni," "Woll, whoro?" "J)(j namo  :<lnce dat nwoll Indict- do what makes  dalr huBbaiulu carry all do ulioiipln',"  _iiii.i..h- ��������� ��������� ii-,..i mm.m ��������� i._.,���������..himm.mrn  Mon Is tlio only croaturo endowed  with a hoiiI and a fuco, with tho op-  lion of -laving whichever ho liken,  "Ih thin froHh nir   experiment   of  y,suiH a tcutatl.o uuc*" "Quito no, I  am ('filliping out,"  Bride Thought Otiierwise  "What is the matter?" inquired hor  dearest friend as she * was ' ushered  into tlie boudoir of her *ic-\v!> married  chum and found, instead of the vision  of happiness she had oxpectod a disheveled heroine largely; dissolved in  tears.   "What is the matter?-'  "Algernon has gone away for a  week"���������  "13ut, my child, you don't mean to  say that you are- such turtle doves  that you can't spare him for a week  without making a scene like" this?''  "Oh, no, it isn't that at all! Of  course, it is hard to live alone, but  he has at last shown me what a monster he is,"-  "Why, this is shocking! What, can  he have done? You haven't found he  was already married or"���������  "No, no, no! It's only that ho is a  heartless, miserly creature. Only  think! 1 asked him to leave me a  check to pay for things while ho was  away"��������� *  "Well, surely he didn't refuse?"  "No; worse than that���������far worse!  lie just" wanted to wound and humiliate me! He left me a check, all  dated  and   signed,'  complete, "except.  that���������ho. di'Jn'1 put-.any���������-amount���������-in!-  Wasn't  that very  cruel?"���������Judgo.  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. J  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svkup lia* bcea,  used tor over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS ol  MOTslURS for their CHILDREN WHIMJ  TKUTIHNO. with PERI'KCT SUCCESS. It.  fiOOTimS th; CHII.I>, SOFTENS the GUMS.  ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is the hest remedy for DIARKIKEA. It is absolutely harmless. lie'Sure and ask. for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," nnd take co oUsesT  Uind.  Twenty-five cents a bottle.  No surgical operation is necessary  in removing corns if Helloway's Corn  Curo bo used.  He Was Right  First Boy���������Your folk ain't as rich  as ours. My father and mother go  driving every d.ay.  Second Boy���������My father drives overy  (lay, too.  First Boy.���������I don't believe It. What  does he drive?  Second Boy.���������Nails.  Why She Waited  A very amusing Incident occured at.  the cntrnnco to a church ono Sunday  morning.  A littlo girl wan Riven a penny to  drop into tho "poor-box." Aftor do-  I'oniting* hor penny hi the box sho  stood intently watching tho box until  questioned as.what sho wn������ waiting  for. .       ���������  "For tlio gum to como out,"-Bho ro-  plied.  Wonderful Success  "I hoar that Splasher haa been  wonderfully succcHuful with IiIh pictures lately?"  "How many has ho Bold?"  "Ono."  "Only ono, Dn you call that wonderfully RucceBflful?"  "Yes, rather. I'vo r.onn his pictures."  London pumps 8il,nOQ,0(*0 cubic foot  of oNonlxod air ovory day Into th'o  tube stations of ono of hor nubwayr*.  A Lake With a Roof  The great salt' lako at Obdorak la  Europe is nine miles wide and seventeen miles long, yet, except in a few  places it is solidly roofed' over" with  a deposit of ,salt, which is becoming  thicker and thicker each year.  About tho middle of the last century salt crystals first began to gather  upon the Burface of the water. Year  by year, owing to tho evaporation of  the water, the crystals became mora  numerous aud then caked together until this roof was formed.-* In 1H18 the  water beneath this salt-crystal roof  found an underground outlet into tha  Obt River". This lowered the lake's  surface about .three-feet, leaving that  distance between the wator and the  roof. Many springs surround - this  lake. Their water flows over the roof  a7rd"~ovaporates~tner"e^and~ihus"'cion-'  tlually adds to the thickness. After  many years the springs will-probably  become choked with their "own deposits, and then the whole will become  covered with earth, so that a great  salt mine will be found���������a treasure  for the Siberians hundreds of years  to come.   :_l  Spoiled the Count      ,  A farmer has purchased 20 small  pigs and ho hired an Irlsnmau t_ look  aftor them.   Ono day his master sont  hini to see if they were all thero.  On Ills return when asked If all waa  well, ho replied: "I'countod 10, but  ono littlo fellow ran around so fast  that I could not count him." ���������  Mlnard's Liniment Curee Colda, Eto.  "Doos that younp man who calls  on your daughter, stay vory Into?"  "Rather. ' It's got bo I got to uss  tho back door when I start, out to  work lu the morning po as not to Interrupt them saying good-bye to cash  othor In tho hall."  M_  Diverse Opinion -  Whatovor In affairs of stato  Your mind Industrious may framt  Somo will declare, "It's simply eroat,**  Whllo   olliors   any,   Ain't   it   ���������  Bhaino?"  Stung  l-Yoshlolgh.���������Did you boo mo at thi  zoo yesterday 1       -...''  MIhh Sharp���������I didn't go near tin  monkoy cage, Mr. FroBhlolgh.  ri������l  lift  o    J.  mm.tmwmmmmamiiMa*  M  TU send Dominion Express  Money Orders  -that's what Fit do"  A. happy solution of tho gift problem,  Dominion Exproti Money Orders are cashed  miywhero on thin continent.*H lost, utolcn or  destroyed, you may lmve tho money refunded,  or a ucworsl.r issucils frcoof cliargQ,.  Is' Bending Chrlstnmu money abroad, nite  Dominion ETtpreii Foreign Chequei, They nro  li-suci"* in the money of the country on which  drawn and cashed without clinrRe,  Don't rhile money in n letter���������especially  during the Christmas "rush", U.'io Dominion  Expreui Money Orderi or Foreign Chequer,-���������the  snfent ami mont convenient wny of remitting  money to nil parts of tho world, 22  O'li.UIn ������ll  CANADIAN  PAOIFIO  RAILWAY STATIONS  Also ������l DrusT Slssrei, etc.  wmmm  ���������%*   -1 jt  mmtammmta a**W  D  ISEASEH OF  MEN--IMI   DKAN,  ipeclali-it, C College- St., Toronto.  EK^msssffln  Economy in Utile thinfft it just at  important fis economy in big thing.  EDDY'S   MATCHES  ��������� will answer one of your "economy que9tion3."    60 ye-ira  |j of constant betterment haa brought them to such per.ee*--  lion lliat onft'EcWy Match cIopa the work of several other*  of in fei ior make.  ALWAYS  ASK FOR EDDTO.  i THE NEWS.; CUMBERLAND, B. C  ���������.#  f *    ~     * ��������� ���������   ���������     - ^  ! TAS'Sdlcu i  A Story Showing That AH Women  Have Their Little Vanities  By CLARISSA MACKIE  Copyright by American. Press Association. 1DU.  $&^������$$>t^:*>4&$������������������������m^������G>$>m^  Adelaide Finch lool;cd timidly at ths  back of lier. husband's gray head ns lt>  bent over ltu������ weekly newspaper. "If  I only dared." she wh!s;*ered to herself.  ���������"If I only .dared speak to him about  tt. but Luke, would inske such n'ftiss!"  i "You talking lo yourself, Adelaide?"  ���������asked I.\iki\ suddenly "throwing aside  his paper nnd turning around.  "You in Ik in.: lo yourself?" repealed  Luke good-utituredly. ~  . Wes-  1   was'thinking."    And  Adelaide blushed guiltily.  "Now, tbnt tliere matter yon" was  talking about to������yot*irsell'. Was you  Baying poetry or count iug stitches?"  lie looked -keenly nt Ills wife's embarrassed fouiitonanee. "I sort of  reckon you wasn't praying," lie added  grimly.  "Wiiat trinkes you sny that?" demanded Adelaide sharply.*. All tbe humor bad lied from bcr faco, and she  looked frightened. v  * "I've noticed- yon nln't, said your  prayers for three weeks���������not once," be  asserted reproving)}-.  -"No," flashed Adelaide* with sudden  heat. "No: I haven't prayed for three  weeks to a day. and. what's*^ more. I'm  not going to pray-any more till���������til,'  jsomc of my prayers are answered."   '  "Is that what -you were talking  ���������about to yourself?" inquired Luke witli  masculine curiosity where a voluble  explanation wns not vouchsafed.  "It had something to do with it,"  Adelaide r.dmitted-lbis reluctantly.  -"Like  as  not  (he "Lord  thought  it  "Wutbest for you.- Addle. I suppose it  "I thought yoiKi������._._a gray cnueo. Adelaide. You -always, look neat' in gra;*  nnd"-    .  "So does tbe gray painted bitching  post took' neat," commented Adelaide  Rnrcasti"*7a!ly.  "llum1." ejaculated Luke, "retiring to  his easy chair o"nce more.   "Gray's' an j  economical color. Addie.   As It is. you J  wear out a holt of gray calico every  year.   If 'twas "pink, now, you'd wear  out twice as many."  Without u word Adelaide threw aside  her-knitting and went to tx high chest  of drawers In one corner of the room'.  From the.lower drawer she took out  package after package and tossed  them on the tloor ut her husband's  feet. "Look Inside." she commanded  in a"vibrating voice  Luke picked up a package, tore It  open and discovered a bolt of gray  and white calico. Another arid yet  another showed the same contents uu-  tll five packages lay in disorder around  him. He stared back "nt Adelaide**  .defiant eyes, t  Without* a word Adelaide-gathered  up the package** of calico, placed them  In the drawer nnd closed It--Then sho  arose and wont about the nightly du-  REMOVE TH������ MUMMIES.:  Dcn't L<-*vs The**-, en Peach Trees tj  Infect the Trets Next Year.* .  ��������� After all the fruit has ripened and  gone and the leaves have fallen there  will still remain on many of the  peach trees the dried up remains** of  peaches., These dry. withered peaches  are called mummies, probably because  they are dead uud yet seem to exist a  long time without rotting. Mummied  peaches, will hang on the tree all* fall  and winter, j-ind often till fur .into, tho  following spriug. when* the new growing buds and shoots push tbem off.  To all appearances they are harmless.  But the mummy on the peach tree  is a source of great evil In the fruit  orchard business. . On its sunken bide  It carries hundreds of thousands of  spores of disease, Next year these  spores, if til lowed to remain in the  orchard, will be carried by wind, rain  and other agencies to-other trees, to  causo the growing and-rlpeulng^crop  to.rot.  Many" yeara the peach trees- blossom  freely, abundance of fruit set. and  grows to maturity, the peaches- begin  at* ".-tsM-s as* souvfr  It Requires Much. Will Power to  Overcome Them.  RECIPE FROM CRESCENT CITY  ./  On* of the Novelties Da vised - by a  Clever Woman, Who Is Always  Thinking Up Something New In Ribbons���������Whero tho Pianola Scores.   ..  jto color aud ripen, when all at.once,  ties���������locking doors and windows., nnd j -within* n few days' time. tb*y rilfbe-  putting'out the cat. At last she paused ' g-n to rot. Almost before we'know it  before Luke_ with a lighted caudle iu   an 0f the peaches ou all the trees In  her hand.  "You can see I don't need any more  gray calico." she said quietly and  passed upstairs to bed.  * The next day was Sunday, nnd Luko  Finch listened to a sermon whose text  was "Trnyers���������answered and unau-  swercd." ��������� .The sentence that Went  straight home to Luke's heart was the  one which declai^d that ,tho humblest  of us may become tbe medium-through  which God answers prayers. After the  sermon Luke lingered nnd spoke td"Mr.  Goff.; ,  - i"Do you mean to say. sir," he asked  anxiously,   "thnt if a  person  desires  the orchard have rotted. Where there  was prospect for a large ond valuable  crop of perfect peaches now Is only  more than worthless rotten trash, and  all has-happened beforo we could help  ourselves. "   ���������  * The* remedy for disease in the orchard cnused by spores is spraying and  washing with bordeaux mixture. This  inlstnre, wilt'bill'*am. keep In check  nearly all .fungous diseases If ' the  treatment is" given In the right way  and at-the-right times.'  Of. course It is needless'to mnke the  applications after the disease, or rot  has once got" under  way.  any  more  something sinful aud foolish���������some bit i than it is to give medicine to n slck*  ^Xr*m*_att  ���������������������������_ DOU'T ������KM> ANY MOW' OKAY CAIsICO."  van something foolish - something  nbout w-uion'K gear." Luke shrewdly  Hinwoycd hor downcast'faco. "Wusu't  it?" he insisted,  "Yo������, Luke Finch, if you will know  all about It, It wits about clothes! You  can loolc ns shocked ns you like; you've  ould youi'Kiilf (horo wasn't any trouble  too Hinnll to curry to the Lord In  prayer nnd iihIc for his help���������nuU ���������r"������  I nuked lilm about Unwilled hIiood!"  "Tnssclod shoes.'" repented .Lula*.  nghiiHt,  "TiiHiU'led hIiouhV"  "Yos. liiHHi'lod hIiooh,"  ' "You wnnt 'ont-for yourself?"  "Of��������� eoui'RO I do. Did you think 1  wnnted them for ynnV"  "flood lnnd, no! But 1 didn't know  women woro tnmiolod hIiooh, Adolnldo."  Luko wnu Hiirvoyliig hit* wlfo'n noiit,  uquarc tond comtnoii-Hiiimo ulmd foot,  "Tboro'n it lot you don't know about  women, Luko Finch," hnlf twblipd  Adolnldo, dropping Ntltcluw with ovory  tenr, "I've wanted n pair of ��������� ihmnwIciI  alioe-* nil tny life, 1*3von whim I wnu a  littlo girl and tho oth|ir chlldi-pn wore  cunning littlo boom with timm-h- nt Union my father frowned 'om down.  And bo I thought 'when I grew Up I  could hnvo whnt 1 IlkmV but until I  got married father hnd hla nny'nbout  whut wo glrlH wore, imd ho wouldn't  hear of a pair of iuhmoIcJ hIiooh, lie  mild thoy wero migodly"-  "So they ure-Ho thoy an*!" Intor-  ruptod Luko warmly, "Tho sorpmifa  annro of vonlty for wank women."  "I don't ituppOHo thorn* pink KiinrxMid-  era you'vv got on uro n serpent'-* Hinire  <or������uon'������ vunl'y,'.' rotnrtoii AiiHniUi*.  Luko tlirutit lilw tliunilm tuidor tin*  plnU nuipcmloftt und Hiitihped tho ������'ln������-  : tic iiolslly,, "TliBt'n,' dltrei'fuf, 'Addle,"  bo cnld loftily.  "Ruationder* nro hindc  ill  UH1S.J  cuiu,������,  iWfi  i  li\\i,\y.< f,,'i   \,'���������Th  bwnuno It plonxeii, nn?, honor thitn  ���������omo othor ooloro, TuhsoIoiI Hhoot* tii'*������  dllforout."  "Flddlostlclts! T frnoKn you could  find h imlr of plain' white onei"of dnih  niion, Hlie tho droM������o* you pick out for  mo,"  "Adolnldo Finch, would you wour n  jilnk drwi?" demiindod Luko Incrodu*  *lou������ly, '  "Yc*. 1 would.   Why notr  Luka itroked bU chin thoughtfully.  of human "vanity such as clothes���������if  they pray for it long and hard do you  bel'eve tbnt God sends It to them  through some person who don't approve of the vanity?"  Mr. Goff smiled. He knew Luke  Finch and his drab colored Christianity. He wns sorry for drab gowned  Adelaide and the drab painted houso  and the drab-sitting room. Be-had  noted the coldness in Adelaide'*..usual-  ly'meek-eyes/-and* be- guessed .rather,  well at the situation: .' * *, <-' '-"  "Even -thouglfa person doeBiyt" approve of_the>anlty yon have iti mind,  Luke.". Said' t!ie .minister, "it Is.very  probable that the good God. who knows  onr poor frail hearts and how childlsb  all of us are-at the b^.tom of them,  may entirely apnrove'of the vanity yon  have in mlud and in some unexpected  -wny-place-it-in-the-wny-oLthat, person  to answer the prayer, of the weaker  oue. Don't bo_ afraid to answer, auy  good-Impulse that .comes "into yonr  heart���������He meant for all of us to- he  happy, and though He mnde the drab  colored clouds, remember Uc also mado  (lie rose tinted glory of Uie sunset  skies!" and the mluister passed on.  That evening Luke thumbed tlio  pnges of a thick catalogue and piclur-  od therein found (he pair of hiRli buttoned boots with small black silk tassels nt the top, which his wife had  yearned for from her babyhood. Tlio  next morning he went to town nno  ordered a pair like those shown In tho  catalogue.  Tho very same day Adelaide Finch  ���������ut out the picture of the tnRseled  boots from tho catalogue nnd mulled  it with tho price and nn order for a  pair like tho picture to tho.snme storo  In town. When sho le,ft the poBtolIico  there was a^ bit ter littlo mnllo curvliifl*  her lips.  All that .week Ln|co Finch nnd hla  wife, Adelaide, avoided tho lopie of  olothos, but when Saturday afternoon  enmo Luko wont down to town with  nn expression of anxious expectnncy  hu hla fnco,  Hp hnd Hcnrooly left the houso boforo Adelaide brought from tho bedroom a package which she opened with  feverish huHte-the I'sproHsinnu had  brought It thnt uftpnionn-nnd ll contained n pnlr of tnsscled hIiooh, which  uho luul ordered early In the week.  With guilty litisto she tried them on.;  "I cnn never, never tell lilm." whin-*.  pored Adelaide lo homelf, and, mnoltiering lior nliort lived ploiiHu.o, sho removed tht* tiiHBolod'Rboo's nnd roplaeed  thorn with hor squnro toed footwear.  Thou, catching up the offending hIiooh,  kIio nut out of tho bnck door nml  down throUKh the orchard to Aldor  brook.   Rho decided not to toss thein  In the brook,nud turnod iislde to follow n Htono wall tlmt hoi'dorod tho  rond,  Flnnlly Rhp flmiff tlicm fnr from  hei* with n forco homo qf doHpornio  ih'tormlnntlfm,    They   ntrnclc   nomo-  lilng soft (hnt gnvo luiclt a grotin, and  Adfllnlde lied liiick to t|io linum*.  Hho hnd hn rely renched the kltchon  tiid win' Hitting bi'oiiilili'HHly lumldo tlio  'tovo when the door openpd nml Luko  lime In, IiIh nriiiH full of bulky puck-  goH nnd n Ntrcnk of hlood'running  I'uin n cut on Ills Imnd.  "Adi'lnlde," lie mild Hhci'iilHhly, (orb-  ng on tho tnlilP' n pnlr of tnnnolod  lli#Oi������~sHl|i il   SI.1   Jiiis-    slis,d   l.<i.f,.is    till'������������������  ���������ih'i-' i.ti'ril *r,fif!-xl 'wp Inl**1 nnwevln*r  ���������'our priiyors. I gucHH, 'liwldo this (mt  ;s -n pnin of tiiRHPipd nhooH, nnd nn I  wn'H romlng home In tlio tlnrU thin  ithorpnlrCnmo nut of nowlipro nnd  ���������it' my liS'trl iii yftii I'ftt tn-n nnlr*  iow. And thin hero Ih anil pnper for  ho nHtlng room Vou gni'Hf* whnt vol-  >r?" HIr oyt'M t-iioui* with n'ntlolpn*-'  tun. ' ' ...  "Drub," ventured Adpltilflp tlmoroiw*  ���������, thp rIjopr flutchi'd to hor bronin,  "I'liik!"   Pliiciilaieil   Luke,   nnd   na  ��������� tiplr MtnttpH met ho wnu poiim-lnim of  a wni-mth nl IiIh henrt that hnd novor  Htlrrod thei'sj* before.  Thoy lemed tttar and kla������������d eicb  othur, ���������  animal when It is dying. The disease  must he taken In time aud the medicine given in the earlier stages if It  is to do much Rood, and prevention  Is better than cure.  Q'he peach mummies should.be removed from the peach trees just as  soon In the fall as the falling of the  leaves will permit all of themt6;be  immediately burned to get them out'of  the way and to kill the spores adhering to them to.,prevent them flylug.in  the nir of the orchard and causing tbe  next season's crop of peaches td-rbf":'  If  this  Is ��������� promptly - and  carefully  ,'doiie every year���������in your/.own orcliurdr  ahd in-your neighbor's���������there will bie'  less rotten fruit.���������Farm Progress.* . .^  * _���������_______, i '-.      .   -       .  <^|^<^>^x&<&<S,<S>^^<S>^^<fc^>���������  I    THE   SIZE   THAT   COUNTS.  My Dear Elsa���������I am feeling scrappy  today. Now. dear, don't get frightened and jump to the conclusion that 1  nm going to tread on_the toes of all  your pet hobbles or mako myself officiously obnoxious, for I'm not going  to do anything of the sort. My pronouncement merely means that I'm  In a conversationally scrappy state ot  mind. You know the mental attitude  -when ideas dart In- and out hya  Jumbled hodgepodge fashion., You re:  memberhow our English teacher us<*d  ���������to call my mlud a scrap bag affair,  don't you? Well, tt reverts to type  overy now and then, and today is one  of the nows and thens.  For the first scrap���������haven't you heard  people say. "Oh. I.simply can't cat  pork or olive oil," whichever fho ease  may.be?  And haven't you known them to sit  down'and eat at another's dinner table  and enthusiastically annouuee their  delight In the delicious morsels���������disguised by a clever hostess, who smiles  iu her sleeves?   * -    ;  Now, really, haven't you done these  things yourself? Most of us do hug a  pet dislike to our bosoms when we  would be-very much better off without it.    -  . I had an amusing* insjtance of this  at my own table recently., Mrs.  Van A., a dijnner'guest of mine, was  I strings and kei-p  nira.  Here's a big mental jump from rib  bon baskets to piano!::*.  A music loving mul iter who hopec  to see L>'.*r children .develop into r.iis  sicnl geuuises told me yesterday th-.s  not only her hope, hut  Hit* hopes si  many  other  mothers she  knew,  b-:,T  been blasted by the attractions of tit  pianola. ��������� Children, .she explained, w iii  had shown quite a talent for niv.-sis-.  rebelled outright against further slud.  when a pianola, became lhe propert.  of:a  neighbor.    "Wha*.'s  the  ">������������������'. of  practicing," Ihey would argue, "when  we can make the machine play  the,  tune  with  our  fectV"    And,   though  mothers'  hopes  may  be  blasted  and  arm- and  &v&en  GETTING YOUR OWN GOATS.  Profitable   Operation   When   Thera   It  Brush! Land to Be Cleared.  If one  has  a   Uetd  ot  brush   kms_  whleh he wants to cleur there Is no  other stock that brings so large re  turns with so little care and expense  neighborhoods  may   suffer   from   i'u* i as Angora"goats.   For the homestead-  number of pianolas going at' om-e on  still summer nights, the days will be  more peaceful In the individual home.  The ears of the family will not be assailed by the sound of live finger exercises, and tliere will be fewer con  tentions because play Is preferred io  practice. Iu fact, nowadays tlie only  children who do tlieir daily two hours'  work at the piano are those destined  to bestar performers later on. it's a  pity," but accomplishments are no  longer considered uccessary in smart  society. All one has to do are "stunts."  which In most cases are puerile imitations of some* stage celebrity or an  accidental personal hit: if I don't stop  scribbling I mlght.get logical, and that  would not be at all like MABEL.  New York.  ~'Vlt"Ts~ifdt so "much" "the slze"bf  the farm as the shre of the farmer that counts, It la the-man  who studies to get the best results from the amount of land  ho controls, the man who puts In  tils tlmo tn the best way. the  man who thinks about his work,  who Riicceeds wllh the many or  ���������f the few acres that ho farms.  -SAVE   YOUR_ FINGERS.  Device on Boet Cutter, to Prevent Injury to Workmen.  While Ampi'lcn lends the world In  Uio matter of big crops.it is behind the  countries of Europo In such things ns  getting the most out of Its laud without exIinuHtlng Its fertility nnd in other Iruportniil jespecta. Wheat lands In  Hiiropo have been cultivated for n  thousand  yours  without  showing us  s_������___t-?f$$_x   '  fy^immm  ^W"* ff.As\  -    To Wivet.  Don't quote father.  Tet your husband.   Tie's' only a big  kid. '     _  Meet bim at the door with a smile  when he comes home.  Dress as carefully as you did when  he came courting. s  Wear the color he likes you lu and  the style of gown. ,  x nave something In the way ot'a surprise dish for dinner occasionally.  Read the papers and magazines and  bo your husband's equal.  Keep up with him Iu any spec'p.l line  of work.  ' Encourage his hobby.  Keep his. clothes in order, a clean  house and good'fond.  - Be systematic aiid do not tell him $11  "the troubles ,of the day. He has had  his'own,' lnonvslgnlficaut and .important individually than alt "yours put  together. _.���������"'".  Your husband Is "then, yours, forever  -and ever. No chorus girl or pretty  stenographer can take him away from  you. Rut keep him or somebody else  ' will snap, him up and make bim thlrik  that she and she alone did or ever will  understand him.  cr In the mountains goats are tho best  kind of stock to keep. They are hardy  auk-iuls and retiulre little care.  Lasi year I look up .some hind in the  Cascade mountains near the California line, says a correspondent of the  Country tkuitlemau. Last spring t  bought about ninety .head of the best  herd in Ihe neighhurh-vod. about a week  before kidding time. This is when it  pays to take the liest care of the goats.  Unlike a sheep, a goat does not take lier  young .with her. hut hides It In "the  brush in tho san:e way J that a doe  hides her fawn. When kidding time Is  over the goats gi\e "very little trou- .  ble. The kids are left In the corral  to play and sleep until their motliers  come home at night. A Hock of sheep  of tho  same si/.e  would  have to  be *"  -frF.RjrDISR-OF"RrBBONr  HAFISTY I1RVKIB OW UWUT OUTTItlll.  (From Amnriflwi Miwniirn of BBfoty, N������w  VnrlU  mnny Rlgim of <*xliiiiinilnn uh Amorlcnii  hinds 'placed under the plow lem* thun  10 per cent of- flutt-  In Mini lior very Inipnrirtnt respcci  Europe In fur nlu'iid of tho United  Htutcrt That Ir- In giiimltug ngnlm-l  ���������1-,'oidoiitH to woi'lvi'i'rt In Held nud factory.  : A fit'ttt'twilliln. Europium dovleo for  pi it wining injur,*, io miss oisvi������.<" ���������������������������,  cutt!!^* bt-rbi hi shown tn tin** pMurp';  To protect tlie workmen from touch*'*  In'ij tlio knife clink of,,tho Iippi puttor  tht* disk Ih coveri'd VnmplPti'ly from  tho outnldo nud, iih fnr im pomdble,*  from itip Iti'iMe TIip outer ������di������*Pt nietnl  imfpty lid fiirtliprmnrp proventH thpctit  hnofn fruit! flying nround no thnt thoy  nm he moro "oiihII.v guided Into o ro*  cpptnt'lo "placed undornenth,  farmar Bum an Aviators  Tho firm l*K'tt 'uhp of n tnm*r  ajwlnut n flyltiu mno'ilno line Iippii  brought In Kij^land . An non-pinne  cniiipclownln n field of hnrlfy nud did*  ronKtdprnlilo dRUioito. Tbo fitrtupr hn*  broiuiht milt  borrlfled when" Dorothy D.. another  guest,; mentioned "the-fact of liking a  slight flavoring of garlic about-certain  dishes. Mrs. Van "'A., bristled up Immediately, saying she neve"? could endure the odor, much less the taste, of  the horrid tilings. And the joke w'1-s.  Elsa, that at the time of the conversa-  v tion she was eating tuy prize soup,  whicli owed much of its zest to the  flnyor of garlic. And. best of all, she  begged pardon for hor breach of etl-  o.uetto and nsked for a second helping  of "that delicious soup." Wasn't it  too lovely?  ..  But all our' pot dislikes nro not confined tb ontul'l6s. ,1 know that sometimes I tako a perfectly unreasonable  hatred to a person In whom 1 nm positively mire "V could Ilnd charming  qualities if I would only look for  thoin..  ;Thin does not Indlcnio strength of  eharncter, ns so mnny of us fondly Im  nglne. butn doeldt'd manifestation of  woaknoss und one that reqnlros a  whole heap of will power to overcome,  Now for scrap No, ti-npplo pralines,  Don't you lovo thnmV And In Now  Oi'lcuns thoy muke ihe hest' In the  world, so I nm going to pnss along the  rcclpo for (hem given to tno yesterday  by ti womnn visiting horo In Now. York  from tho Crescent City.  These upplp prnlines, ,ns you know,  nro u French preparation mnde by  combining'nlmondH.und currant Jelly  with npphm us follows: I'ool tiuir eoro  six apples, Havo four ounces of granulated Hugnr and n pint and u hnlf of  wntor,In it wiucppnti und m* ,soon as It  conios to ihu boiling point *iidd tho  fruit nntl conl< It for flftopn mlnntos  vory gontly, ho iluitlt will not hrwilt,  Turn tho npploH with a ftlclmmor orcn**  m|o|iiiII,v;i-ii that thoy will conk evenly  on nil HhloH. On removing thorn drnIn  them upon u cloth nnd let thorn cool  off." Hliinch two ouiu'i'8 of iilmptidH,  drain, pool mid nilnco tlieiu und thou  put thoin Into n copper IhihIii with  t.Wo ounroH of grniiulntpil Mignr, half  n gill of Wnter nnd n teiiHpooufiil of  vflnllln.wmonru. H|lr tlie mist lira with  a'< wooden npnon foi-.'hnlf n mlnuto.  IMnco It nn, n hrl������k tiro, nud stir con-  (liiuully uiiill It l������ n nlco -roldon color.  Then romovo from tho llro. ArrmiRo  tho npplo-i onn deep, pivtf.v pinto, flit  tholr cnvltlon wllh curnint Jolly nnd  ������������������aprpftil'' tlio nlmnnd propiiTnllori oror  tliPiu, thon kpi'vc-. ,1u'M tiy wrlto about  V.il'tti 'U'.'i'.ff"! '!*''.'.'''Wot'.it! '������.':'.I''1!'  '  'Hl'W'  iiVp'dptl������totiiii, '."tvy'tho'irt.'"'���������''' ���������v-' ,'-������������������*'  ������������������And,' lippnkhig of illHliPH,'n' frhuid ro-  ('onUy.������Ki|Vo,;m������" 'nti;Vcs:t|iii������l!oly, protly  torn* dlnli .iiiiulf.voirllrPly;*.of rViiboui*,  whloh you.will^P^HNt'hod.-'  * 'Pirn coloringii'lii'thp Imskot nrft pink  "       Covered"lce~Pitchers.  '"   Careful housekeepers will Hnd covered ice water ' pitchers useful for  many ��������� purposes besides the one I'or  which they nro especially^ Intended.  Tliey come In different sizes, from  less than a pint tip to a quart or more,  at prices varying from 30 to Ci cents.  They aro,of ivory tinted porcelain,  decorated with varied designs in color,  some for the little ones having Mother  Goose pictures. 'J'ho covers are of  porcelain to match the pitchers, They  extend slightly over the edge of the  hitter and for this reason nro unusually effective in keeping out dust.  Swansdown Trimming the Vogue.  Paris   Is   going   mad   ovei*   swans-  down as n trimming for gowns, wraps  PI oto by American Press Association.    ,  AKGOUA GOAT.  herded every day or the5coyotes would  sbe a destroy them. The goats keep to-  gciher'arid face a coyote, while sheep  run away In every direction./ and a "  coyote Is too much of. a coward to attack nny animals unless ihey are already running or dowu.  There Is a great difference in the  price of. goats.,, A good one. can he  bought for from $4 to $."}.50, according  to the locality.   I paid $5.50 for mine.  ,nnd eu.eh__go_ttt \Ul_L_,nyerage_.__rqiir_  pounds.of mohair next spring. Mohair  is In good demand, and tlie price is not  likely to drop, as there Is still a great  amount being shipped In from Asia  Minor, , where the Angora goat origl  tinted,  Big Cornstalks Have Value.  ������. Among tlie uses to which large corn-  etnlks can be put Is to employ tlicm  ns substitutes for polos for nny kind  of twining plants, useful or ornamental. It Is not dlllleull to select a  wagon loud of stalks ranging from  eight to eleven or twelve feet In  length nnd very firm texture, with nn  average diameter of' nearly tlirco  Inches nt the baso After the leaves  nro removed the stalks mny bo tied  Into bundles of it dozen ench and piled  nnd hats,   The cut shows a ehiinntni.  little poke shaped bonnet wllh.sides i In ss*mio dry place to winter.   If kept  and  brim  covered   wllh swansdown  under shelter they retain lliolr bright  gloss and pain golden color and nro  us beautiful ns bamboo.  Marketlno Milk by Motorbont,  The nillli uuiput of pu hi uro l������i)dfi  nlong the Sncninienlo river, Cnllfornln,  Is gathered by a forty-live foot mnror*  bout, which delivers It to the city of  SiuTiimonlo. TIiIh method has reducod  Ilie eoBt of'miirki'lliig about one-hiilf  coiiipiired with thai nf shipping by rail.  Thu bout cun curry not) gnllons.  &$���������$&*&& >��������� Vm-M-Vm 'i S-HiQ&M'fri: -H*  fi A  FARMING  GOSPEL, |  Hvory bushel of tipplcm, po,tn* "  tries, corn and other gruln produced inker- nut or the soil nitrogen,  phoHplmi'lc iti'ld und  pot*  lists, nnd tinloHH some return of ������>  IhiMo Is mndo to tho soil to incut j>  MmloHH (.harp must Inovltiihly In* 9  ii dociaiiRo In yield,    . A  Littlo Farm Hints.  f  "'yfyM'-'y^'iU'1"' - y, - ,t i w  ������ii|1, Brecn, ,.tli(i,vrihh(iiif| \pliiK Ini-or-  ���������'fVihfd io' I^VMv'i.h' i'tfx)('i', ..''���������T.Hb  * fltt wWrn. nro' ft inoT of viliv f rl!du^u lir^wo  Hhtidon;of pJnlt.y'Tbp"'it>\'M uro'nrtliT*  flnl, It Inn Pl^vVtlihn,.i!'.i(l:t!it*,iiojtt  tlmo 1 ��������� lmvo n,,>m.iil��������� fi������r:inil luiiclipon  imrt.v I nm go'hig t'i tlii tlio".mtw-  plpco bamkot with* Ln Frnnoo row������  matin of rlJ'Inin. To onch roup will bo  pttnehod i������ pi wo of bnby ribbon rpnrh-  liul to Oul* plucp cardf, At U10 plot"** of  thrluachfon lh������ w������ti will pull tk$ \ ������uttr������ljr of ribbon  ���������-ta-  t>a*\itnati by Ota Cu*.  TWO, OV Till! HRAHON'O OMAUTItBT BIT*".  'I'lio ���������loom> crown In of hlm'li velvet  ninl the htiili pointed how of bi'lgo  tinilhiolou pluk gniHgrnlii rlhhon, .  Tlio other hut Ih uu lii)|Miiii'il uffuls*  i������f roynl' purplo vclvel wllh tlit* wide  'Town covered with liivendur luci- lnu-  dnlllon-i. The unuii* l.lud nf tncdiil*  liou In lined iih un ornament to'Mipport  tint* bend of the wlitiat, which ta iiinds?  Moro farm iiiiithliiory of'all kinds U  put out of connifliui onch yonr by nog-  loot Ihnn Ih Injured by work.  If you uro golmi lo Iciivi* liny In thn  Htnck ovor winter It will bo n goud  plan to Arvmk down the ������lncli wllh a  rnt.w nnd cover It ��������� wllh ��������� tiirpniillim  Tlti'KO  will pny  for tlioinsolvPi In ������  Hlllgld KOIlHOII.  Koii'el Ih tin Indlciiiloii of ncldliy In  tho noil To rcuipdy I lib* npply In i Infill! a .liberal, ftOU to OUO isohiuU of b-.\-  nli* Hlnu to Iho ucro. Thin will ItPi'l*  down I lie Horrol nnd groatly linprovp  (he l.uii.'iiliiK nml iiitll, prudiii-ai-j i)u..i  Ith'H of the imnturo,  If you will roll ropp to tin* Iff I twlcp  und thon i ii lie the pikI nnd rmnn It  dowu through thp coll nnd Hum coll li  I..HV    i"    ss.f    ,!,_!.!    ,>vss   . VV IJ*    Isfsili..!.!*,  tnl(p the twist nut Thlss.l!* Hip niPlhod  iiMpd by tin n*(Piit nho hiiNi bundled ninl  nold rope for n uri'iit mnny yfttira.  S.x-.r ffl'-fen fencing win* dtreetl'  to growing treed, If you flo 1n n few  y.tfm tho wlro will luivi* bpcowp liv  liptldcd In thp trrp and do li porum  ni'tu Injury. When ywi wi������li in uno u  irep for thin piirpn*i* ���������tpikt' n *trlp nl  Hnniid bunrd noourely to th������ trte ami  ftitt-n tb* wlrt to tlut.  ____i. jtt^____W_^S__^;  i^jr-eage-?***  _*_  Tiiu Cnifljeriaai ftiws   ,  ^3s led  Kvery   Tuesday  by  the  (?oi_5o^   <$.   CumbeFl$nd  J&.gt?li������h*ng  QQrjrjpany.  This papui' wjll tyyt hold itself  ^.espousib.lv* -fyr tl^e .opinions of otli-  _3i\s, as i.iuijyappt'iu- i.n its columns  from tuue to time.  'V.-RONES DAY., F^. 2_,   1912,  ^VAT-ER NOTICE  [OTICfi is hereby given that an  ! application will be made  .uiiili r Part **>'. of the '* *\Y*i er Ac',  ^,.09,v ui ,obUin ���������-.  liqei,ce  i#  uo  .   .     . 'Jivi.iun pf Coujix District  .{a.) T'he ti.s>siile of Gort]j>.ii,y in  /;V -1; \)'vl}. i.ugton J-uH^y Com pa ny  j*/.m,*.e].  Tho head office* Vietoja, B.C.  Tbe .capital, how divided, t-ho.w  fix*!, simoiiiU pnid  up-   $2,000,0,00,  .di;.-: ;������! i#io 20.0Q0 ahar^ of |100  t-nfAx fully paidfjip.  Ht for mjimig " purpose.***? Free  ij UV--** .Qerli^cato  $,o ,...  (2) i'he means propose, to be adoj tes.1  to lower ij,nd refiU;^5one.  (3) T.lse nature .-.nd,chAi'i,ct,e,r,in .detail  o.l the works proposed ^o be constructed  ,io proyidc for ihe discl*ai-*e muI pepuing',  J^ack of the water:    A small dam will Ue  constructcri \y,ith an cigiu-inch pipe out-  Sit; nature  WELLINCTON COLLIERY (Co., L*ir>  \V. I.. Couysot-i, General Mai a er  P.O. Address       -      Victoria, B.C.  Extract from Momorandum of Association of Welling-fcoiii Colliery .Company, Liiir^ted:  (a) To acquire hy purchase, grant,  ,lease, or in any other manner * * * *  ,yatcr and rights to water ��������� * ��������� ������  (*i) Wo carry on the business of * *  ������������������ * electric light, Iteat and power  ���������uppjy ������  ���������  *  *  (������*) To manufacture and use as a  motive power electricity ��������� ��������� * * and  Ao manufacture ox -acquire plant,  jnjachyicfy, apparatue and njaterlals  of every kind for the production and  alstriibu-tloji of efectriciiy -��������� ��������� ���������* * to  gcnorat.e, u^e or dispose of sup-.l.- o,r dis--  tribute elci tricity for lighting or  .*sjotivelp,owcr ....and to -^.istruct, lay  down, establish and carry cut, cables,  wires, lilies ac*cum,u!fi,toi-3, lamps and  .vork.s.  In tli^_ Siipt'.w-*(oiG'.ot'rt ,of' -Britidli  Columbia,, ���������  In the u'atter   ,pf ,the   Estate   ol  Islpnry P?ro,oks, .deceased, and  In the 1'*tatter of tli/3 ���������-���������Ofliuial Ad-  *,ijiii,is,tsi'ator'i5 A/.t.'1'  NOTICE^   herehy  giy<*ji   tha1  /.!>jf The ^am^of .the lak,e, stream  f>r sour, e, -[if tim^m^d, life des-crip-  tjon 1-.1 A creek passing near the  ���������n.O'ath of No, # funnel, whiph tun*  jis-1 is fjituat^ ne,ar the diyi.^Qii line  Ip-m-pf} Section ������ in T.ojvnshij. .9,  iind Hfi'Auip 34 h) Township 1,0, in  sCi'-tmisx Dist*-i,ct.  (*.-) Tue point flf diversion'At or I uuder au order 'granted ,hy Hi--  i\.-\r juiic.j.on ojE a f-mail stream, j Hou,o.ur-G. H. Barker dated tin  fiow'.ry/   f.r&fia   ;he  m-iuth'Qf widjlot^ I}oceii*Upr, 1011, I,   th,e un-  ���������Tiuir.cl No. 8 w:th above described _ 1     ���������      1 ���������*_*_���������  f       ���������    '     -       *      v v"y>_"������F" dersigned was ������ppo}ii1t,Hd  Admin-  '���������"'' istrutor of all and   hjng.iija*.' tjie ei*-  tate ,oi' llenjry ))r,Qok-5.  AH     parties    having    claitn.-  againgt the .estate of flie   sai^d  de  ,ccused ar,e   rcqik.eted   to  'furnish  pai'ticu!-,-.!'!-. of tl*e ������an*e on ,or   before thp 1.0th day of ^anyary, 1.912,  and jail parties indebted to tj.^e said  ���������estate ai'o requested   to  pijiy  sucl.  ;rid**liie.dnes3 to me  fsii'tliwitjji.  Gko. T^oMsoft,  .   ,01h,cial Admin istrutor.  _I>ait*j(j.^t._Sauajmu,.lJ.-C.jliiij__1.5_tJi  day of December, A. D. J.yJl."  - ^*1  i  FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF GOODS MUST  BE SOLD before we begin stock-Taking, consisting of Dry  Goods, Gent's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Crockery ware etc.  wc_rjK."a-s,.i'r -iHiM.jfcyMiiiniu.i !���������������������������'. ,i.  ,  _!X_i_t__1Smt_(3_TZ_\-i  (d) The q.uantity of water ap-  ]*lh.*d for [in cubic fpet p^r second]  -j..} .cubic feet  ( ���������) T; c oIiiii*nc/,er of thp proposed  .vi);-!-.s-.- fl-.f-ervoii at or n,e.n' tiip  i.in-utl) ot ba;d Tunnel No. $.  (f) The premise'-' *n which tl p  iviter is lo be u^ed 'Lde\cril,s.e .saniej  I 1, upon and about Sec'im 3 in  Town-hip 9 and Lo. 228 in eai.d  ���������Township; the said hind being held  /���������y t!o sajd'Appjicants in fee fr,otn  the c.os\n.  "~^~\\ oTT 1 ie "pffr posesTf 6r~ w XiWp. \i~t he  Ava'.e;* in to be used: Industrial.  [li] If for irrh'aiion uescrihe the  hind to b������irrigated, giving acreage  '"'".'"��������� ".' ������������������"���������" .* ;.'-' tiuur* ".'.���������/v  [i] P the w.J.Jter i-J to be u������ed  foi  power or ruining purj-psfia describe  ihe pitice where the  water ifl'to be  reiuui-'d Jo aoune natn*:ai jcliam.pl,  a.'d ihe difference in  altitude   b.o-  lween point of djversion q.n$ point  1 f return      YEN DKRS.  |"",M       t'-HHM      ������t.|S,������l.t      IIMIIMI       OIMM*!      *������!������������������������������(/  [j] Area of Crown land inonded  ito   be  occupied by  the  propo pd  work**;   No (^roiyn Jap*} to h������ pepu  pied  [1������1 This noti.c'* w.ui- ppfltpd on the  .twaiity t'ixth clay ol Jiihuary, J}) 12,  .'u;d .y./plipaijoh will 1)0 ffludt'tp thp  vijinniir������.hine)* on tjjp fourth day of  March, 1!}1'2.  [1] '('.ijya tbp naj.)*t8 on'-} oddrpaeeu  pi any riparian prqpr}etor������ or lipeu  i-Kca vv lip pr whoeo lai)da i>rp likely  lo Mm affooted by thp proppaed  ���������.vorkp, pither nhqye or helpw llio  putlot: No prqpriotpi-s pr Jioensppa  pr ihcjr Jaiul������ art) likply tp bp  f\ff-*cfid.  Attuph i������uph popy pf auph party of  |hp  0ot*npivny'H   nr|B|noro������dftra of  imHochitiop aa authorjjso tho   propo, oil ii-.plication and works,  ( Blgnaturo)    WBL^INOTpff   QQL-  LTWRY CO., liTQ.,  \\', h Coui.MfiN, deniT'il Miiniiuar,  P.O. A(l_reH|jj Victoria, ?h������f  ..i-PLicA'Piqij   yo\i    .s'l'ORiJsjj.}  WA'I'KH.  (s) Tin: plac'ioftbr: prr-posof} isiipi-vpir  jot '.i-i!-iiigi At or nonr t|)p tiujiitli of No,  ,S Tiiumi;!, wliich said T|*rni(:| ji; iibm/o  .(������������������/.���������rik's,!,  '!. I'liir* iiui.'iiis lis* which'it i������ pfoposcd  .'.* ., 1: dirt si* (pr, liy it (Imn nt or iie-iir  -'. 1 1.,'ituli of \.lid No. {���������! Ttiuiicl,  .���������ts 1 ni, u;., wutsj),- art-.i "I ill.,;ti't-iayou  ..���������n.   si ���������.its-.* v> fciio ^-|niitu iivi,    (la: iitvii  it tin.*. hfi;*lil lit which 11 it,  iiitspo-iC'l  lo  pen iim wnu.*! iu Hon niuaru (sjsjtj nnd thu  (I'l't'-ttiiio;.* i.i cilu'.'s'iti.-'fii boiv.cfMi I'i** liisjh  i'-,^ *.io-.v U it'|n\ |,i,..i*il io i������t.qii������'fi t|i(5  l.'ind ii,.-r-i''*,'i,*ii-7 f.if il)(! pii|'pi;:.,>i Th(" ap-  plii.Mil*. ov,Ms 1 lie. l.'Hi'i,  i W) Anin's-xiis,vailytlii* nun-bei.iif area;  i'.jct inii''i'.(!i*.n t'i !><:  inipoiiii'lctl;   UnC;  '.I-.'    b is. (sil,; 'l'.il*;|i'.lll,  '���������:i Wli l',."r il i*, iii-s. i ,o<!i*(| tfil'mvprtho  .������������������*.'(. 1   .1  tn)* h.ittifal hU,-   ,ir  sl'infl'mi"  \i-,,b-    I '*.-   I ...'   -IVI if M!. llK'lll  I: I Ik* inlt'CltJ'llCtj XMX-U\ Of the lpwp|:  m* S������Hiwnli  In the matter qf llppry Brooks,  deceased.  TENDEKS for the purchase of  tho South East part of froctionai  North East quarter of Sec. 20,  Township I), Coino*-*. District, con-  tainitiso 2,0 acres, wi}l bo received  by the undorsigiidd up to tho 20th  day of January lOlg.  Gko. Tijomsox,  Ofljcial Ad iniii istrutor.  Nnnnjmo, ji. On Dec. Jotli, 1011.  "N'PTTCE.  NpTfCE is horohy jriven tlm  tlio tiiidersi^iiutl has |������iii'(jhik-od the  lyitiindry bujjino.ss pi1 JVfAii Uu*:.  'All (Umtrt niif] cjfiims agai:int the  said Mul) Ifpp ii'jij'at bo prpscntud  U> lljll) fpj' payiijont, mid all (l������*pt.  due him must he paid him on or  hofni'P the oxpjrutipu of ���������liirty  /Jays f,ojj> tho tljfte hereof.  Wifj-o -Ftiis'tJ.  Dated i|t%Cumht'rliii|d, IJ. C,  .1 miliary '22nd 1()).2.  NOTICE y  NOT|CE |h lioriiby givon Hint the  imrtnei'rtliip firm ol! M Oloiitlci' &  !Cii'kbi'i(lc,"IJvoi'y.Htiiblu J<t*epci'������  jn llipOity of Ch'iiiIkiHiiikI ll.C.  hug tliiH dny been  (MhsoIvimI.    ' ,  All flpbtrt duo tlip fji-in must'lie  paid I'opvith to iMoHHerft Pottoi'  and Iviikbijdo who ifi hereby nutli-  .\'kw\ lo givp iwiiptH fin the eninu.  AUdpbt OKiiiiist this firm minsl  hu prpiicutwl for piiymont within  |{0 (layn from tliu dal.o lioreof, to  MpKRiii'n I'pttn* ife  Kirkbridti,  V, Jh Cl.OtlTIl'll  Putod ,I'mi. S2l(|l*i;      '  This is and opportunity which is seldom presented to the people c f' this  district to buy gcods which are. guaranteed to" be new at prices away below  what many usually pay for, what they tknow to be old .or ���������shelf worn, goods; every article is guaranteed to" be as represented, and if found unsatisfac Uiymay  be returned, and the money will be refunded. Below i?rc a fevy of the price ill-,  ystrations;-Tr , ,  All our men?������ Underwear Will be Sold at. a Yery Great Reduction  azm._ax-m.aam  Mei)'s Tweed pants to be cleared at,a discount of twenty-five per cent.'  Boys' Tweed pants to be- sold at a'"BIG REDUCTION.  .  100 pairs of Men's working Gloves- WILL'BE- SOLD CHEAP.    ���������  1 DOZEN COMFOBTERS AT A VERY LOW Jb'BXCOE. '  White  Bedspreads,'extra large   size, regular price $3.50,   Sale price $2.25  liAOBOXIRTAINS,' FULL SIZE; ALL GOING CHEAP.  A lot of Swiss Embroidery AT A BIG REDUCTION.  Ladies' Leather' Belts in black and white and red and" white, also ,many slate,.  brown and green, .regular-price fifty cents, Sale  price   30 Cents   ���������  Ladies'  Mastic Belts in a'few "good shades, -reg. 65 cents, Sale price 35c  "Ladfes' =rB rowiY"IC1^  Ladies' Mohair-Veils, in brown only; reg $1.00, Sale;.price 50c- :  Ladies' White;.Flannelette Night Dresses, splendid quality,, will: beT?'jsold cheap.  Our Entire stock jpf Ladies' Shoes and Slippers to be sold atJB5% off.  Two ()0 piece Dinner Sets, very good pattern,, reg price '$1.8.50, Sale, 12.75  iqo Glass Lamps, "all sizes, at half "price.   "     Two doz  Fancy Crockery, Tea  ��������� Pots ete. to be sold very cheap,,   l - 4  ZTtsjom^axairj  Y^y^sstr  W  GENERAL MERCHANTS-  -^mtmmmE.mEM' ^  COURTENAY, B.C.  m_mM_������M-^Mm^m%i  Dried Brewers' Grain  CUMBERLAND  ���������CAPS   JACK & RICHARDS  Clean, J}rifg1st and wholsoinc,  low in watpr apd carbohydrates,  but coiitailuiig )ipar)y dojible lhe  amount of fat apd pipttjn,-'pound  I'or pound, than thp ordinary feed  stuffs iii local use, it  Meets all the,Requirement  o/a Profitable Dajry feed  and compared jn price \vith.wlml  is asked Ipr pl)iii' ,fpef) stuO's, is  tiiplu protein vfilpe for your  money. hp supevioj-jty lies in  the fact that feeding U jneienscK  both the total dineiiiible matter  aud the amoiint of fat and protein Jn t|ie daily ration  And Saves you 40 IP 0/J o,i fceJ  You should not be without il,  Malted gin jus, fresh and s\Vcct  from the l>vpw kettle, rirsed in a  continuous vapuum process by  Roya| Stpck food Company, Ltd.,  Dryers of aiid ppnjtr.s in Food  Products.  Scotia and I'kont S'riu'.r/i'^  VANCpUYKH, ]i.C.  NOTIOK,  The n'u.|ud lnoiJlliigor llip*Qpt  mo* Qroinmiry Asuociittiou Istd.,  will h() lipid in tlio Agricultural  I-Jiill, Ofttirtoiiuy, mi Tlmivday,  .ItHMHiry 18th, 11)13 at ii j������, m.  \Vm, Duncan,  vSf?i!itUiti'y,  KSQUIMALT   AND   NANAIMO  1        RAILWAY.  PUBiJC    >?OTIC15   U   botoby  jriv-aj-.   that   iho .EK]uimalt     and  Nanaimo Hnolway -Oompnr.y   did  on thn nirietfoinb dayo.. J'.iunary,  1912,'rtnpimit in 'ho Laud lloi i-iry  OIHoo in thn City  <f   Vicioriu,   in  iho' ProviiH'o of briiit-h Colun.bia  pliiii, profllo and book of reiortmra  fhowinc the |ocanon of  its   pio  poppi) lino of lailM'iiy *from   Mbs(l{  Crei-il* In Cunipheli   Hi ver,  ���������������������������Van  couver JkIuiijI,   ��������� vlfffi   Mio '19 m  Milo 72 a.  n������, np|*i-ovnd    by   ilio  Moil rd of Hailway   Couimifi^ionci'**  for 0anada  BATICI)    Iiiii*   t\voiUy*Hi.'(JOiul  day of ,'Januiiry, 1012.  W.'F. HM.Hnuitv,  .   , ��������� Si.'orclai-y,  Mi1*-, sSi,u������m������ will ^ivc������ lewni*  on tho piai.o^at lior linin-d in *lt*i*-  iiHaloni, foi'iiioi'ly ownod ' by Mr.  sjaines Stewart, on uud al'ior  Maviih ���������ithrT-uiitihhpn iu'Camp aw  *mmm ss^ssse ��������� 3Ea_aasE  a  m  UiiV,  ���������l  POll {4Ai;K-TlioSouili KiibI  (soriioi- of Miuypm't Av'-'inm and  Second St,, with building'. Price  sy.i'iu.uO, Ajiply nt iliif. uiii-'.s.*. oi  P. O. Pox (Ml Vancouver.   p������ ,���������_,__��������� __,,.,  The (Ift-itt limiUm Jtemfilu,  'I'niimi mul JnvlK'miswitliuwIm'.i'  Iii:|-Vijl\!*   HYitU'tll,    lil'SIU*'!     lis���������*.  l!\VW4������' olis*������ji|_ i,(|ii,������ilVdlnn. tJjt.-!fit\m  rni.1] I)rhiHtu, MniMftnU tlrt)tii.W\>i-t'U,Ji'.  imiiin'iii-ll, iJiiClifll U i.sl.'..li-.'iu, Llliu r.wn i, ..,-'.  imil<irrlitiii,ftiiiUil(lrt-l_r\,..-ltiniifi'>i' {'.svr.-s.i<-  l������p|no*l nuplmx. Hl-iforIft. Oi'o williiU-iiMcy  \Att nun', Mil by Ull ili'iiitKl.-.t-'l ������������i* maII" "l Is.  jilu a |ili|f. ou ri'i-islpt,of I'i;*,;-*'./''"' i"������" l*Ut  MaUthAf.rtiaviood r'Jati^ino oo.  vfunnnttf J^wrt Twmv* Qn^  in the HEWS  ^r_^&:m&m^.izvzm,  No Wtter inedium  for biiu'tj-  , ing your business before  the "public than by  I his means. "  Job Pointing  is Out*. Spec-  *l m\i im*��������� k     <���������***% 4**,  1C41W V    UIJU  ^4  4 40**.  this taineuue  GFABANTEE  .SATISrAOTIOST,  1 JP^������*_AT*IJW*������H"w',gP,wawr'W������T������*  BBWM^BiyrsM^WsMtfim-IMH���������  ������������������TjMginHWtftl'WWL'syiJW   tWHsXHsmMm"  ; <>Vmtr REGISTRY -AOT'1  ������������������^������������������WW      tl HllkM  ��������� 1 P ���������������������������(IU HUB-H*"  tW������s-Your EXPENSES Light  Waives Your BISCUITS Light  f.iakes Your .CAKES tirjht  Misw Yoar BUN3 Light'  s}__������sa Yoar LA30S L_h*:  .CRDHv FROM YO.UR  .GROCER.'  E. YMHXETT CO.. l#*D.  Toronto, Ont.  ^r.4^*uv.:^  'Re Courtenay "Hotel  [Kvery convenience for g-ueste.  Che Ceuti-al Hotel for Sportsmen  Ine bui the tfest of Wines and Liquors  jhe Har.  RATES  REASONABLE  John .Johrvston,   Prop  l-^l,^-'4,^'M^'^4'^i'''t,ri"'s!s,'l,rI,,i,,_*i  T3  O  ���������O  ->  CD  x;  oo  c������J*  T3  'it  tn  ��������� *-?<  C/;  UV  * *���������=���������*  s  ,e  -O  ���������U'  -. V  " rt  4-1  r  CO  <  c  Ctf  i/:   *"0  t   cf-  ������������������*           1  <u     o  :"rar_  ^  rt   &  ��������� &D  fl"  ���������H  .     W    * ^  . -08 -,  ������ 2  tD __  H N  ������  fl  "0���������  rfl  - U'o Charles -Copelli,   registered  owner and  D.   Capelli,   assessed  owner of Block "D-' of Lot  1(J_,'  Comox Dist'ici, Map 422.  TAKE.NOTICE that an   application bas been made  to reeis-  ter David Roy as   the owner i.i  ��������� foe. simple of   the . above   land  under a Tax Sale   Deed    from  the -Deputy   Assessor   of   the  Distiict   of   Coniox,  aud  you  ' are required to eon tost the' claim  of J he Tax   Tinea?-.*!' \vitliiir30  ���������  days -front   the   -tirst   publiea-  . .fou hereof. .  \  Dated at. the  Land registry Office, Victoria. British "Columbia  litis aOth 'day ol' Jamiary, 1912  S. Y. WooT'rojjr  Registrar General.  UNION S. S. CO, of B.C. Ltd  NAS.UMy Union  Pay- Comox - Rocte.  Saijing- ne ui.der~  Twia-scrcw s-earns r ' COWIUHAN"  Leaves Vancouver Thu-s-day 6 p.m.  Arrive Uiii,m  (for Cuihberlund^ Friday  mo:*i)ins,s-  A*i*.ves(3i!iox Friday moru;ag  ,i Ruiur-iing'  Lv    -Co_*ox  Frid y , ������ m  " Umoii Bay       "   5   "  ������������������ Nanalno 11 jp.r.**., .      ���������  Leaves V.n.conver, Saturday 8 r, m  Arrives N.iiuiirao,  Saturday 12 pm4  Arrives Uflism, -Sn.ul.-y (i a in  I'.or ('umlic-rlaus,]  Ai'1-iv.es Ui ������iox.   ���������Sunday 8am  '      - Ila'iu-.iijR-���������  ���������Leaves Co*nox. Sunday 4 p m  Liives fcfsi'-s.. "auudiiy 5 _> m  Lawei N*._aimo, Suiidny 11 p.m  [Subject io i*h..u _,e without, i o.ics]  .     PUBLIC -NOTICE  NOTICE is ber.eby'gftven .that  all property owners are requested   to connect   their   premises  with lhe new  sewers, \vjherever  sains are completed, on or before  the 15th day  of March,   1912,  and if said   connections are   uot  m-ade by the -above .date, tbe City  Council will proceed to complete1  same.at the expense/of the property owners. - -���������  By order of  Tbe City Council.  A. McKINNON,  City Clerk,  ���������Cumberland, B.C, Feb.  20, 1913  Notice of Partnership  /The business of general black  smithing aud horse~shoeing lately  .carried on by George Leighton,  .at Courtenay, B.C., will in future  be carried ou by George Leighton and C. H. Adey. . All business entrusted to us evill receive  our prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed.  i George Leighton   ���������  ' C. ti. Adey.  ���������*r* :, I  FOR S A Liis���������'Tbcee milk  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers'Su calf, graded stock,  three horses, two .drivers .and*a  general purpose mare, age three  and* lour years. Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.  s-0 -  -llOOMS for rent ai Mnrinelli's  Rooming flouse, Derwent Ave  f  I-  ��������� s|���������i    ���������       ������~-  V  gaum*  mmm"vtmja*_>.  Xmas Presents  a  A Stock of over  to Select From  Xmas Presents  $4,0  INGS. DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, _B&OOCHES.  BERT  ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX  Dunsmuir Ave.,        *       NexttoTarbeu/s Store.  Mrs  DRINK  The/purest and bestgBEER,' and ���������  '-.made in Cumberland.  <coovRiGHT.    .C-^^sr--,  .'i'vj-*i'*?j^.Vi^''i''j-'''i'if*^'?'''j<4''{''ft,i-''i4*?_  THE SUPREME COURT*  [OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  1 tbe matter of the  ''Administration Act.]' and iu the matter of the Estate of Alexander  Joseph Mellado, deceased.  PURSUANT to to tlie order  Mr. Justice Gregory made in  ie above matter and dated  the  [th   day  of February   ^912.   I  reby offer foi-sale Lots 65, ������7,  , 73,' -nud 74 of Section ($1,  ourteuay Townsite,  in  Comox  istrict, Province of BrttichCoW  nibia. mp������n tho following con-  itiotis:���������Offers    for.   purchase  ust be i 11 k writing,   signed  by  ie maker thereof and accompnn  d by a certified checpie for at  ast ten per cent of the aniouut  fifered.'    Offers made  for more  ban one parcel shall show   the  nice offered for each and every  arcel and shall   be  considered  parate and distinct tenders for  lacb and every  parcel  therein  leiitioued, any one  or more of  Jiich offers niay be accepted or  jctfted ��������� by   the   undersigned,  ie higliect, or any tender not  eccssarily accepted,  6.nle... .subject to approval : of  .oitrt;    All  offers must be add-  tsserl to P.  Phillipps   Harrison  arrister &c.t Cumberland B, C,  ud mttet be in the hands of the  aid P. Phillipps Harrison on or  iiefoic  Ita-  folb <Uy  uf March  91a,  \ Dated this tath, day of Fob-**-*  nary X9ta.  1 BRUNO MEbLADO  Administrator of lhe   Kslatc  J. As Mellado deceased,  ���������mntuv"fffrmmi'swmr^wssi'i ���������hi���������hsjs���������wss-  ikT8 Cotton Root Compound,  llto ffronfc Uldrlno Tonjp, asiil  iirt-kij-*- iA������������ly b1^1* oil'sictuM Monthly  S\l������lifflUwilivU)ppn wliloli woinuii tint)  Wf_^r^.**ml J\0]vn y,r_? AW)?  lOdiigwi-i.i-trotKtoii KM No. if,  J.   fiolil liy nil dnimniita, pr np*t  proisnla on roocint) of prlca  ,.'   Vl'ocpiimjmlot. Artrti'Ortfjf Till/  ^MIIIIIIIIIIIIIKiWWIjlllll<!illllllll]:illl!ll!ll!llllli:.||llllllllll^  1  B  I  _  WHO AM  I?  3| AM CREATED to sweeteu, elevate aud  enrich life. '  My voice reflects harmouy���������fceaven.  My virtue's are  supreme because I  give "all  and take nothing.  My years of ttsefwluess are unlimited.  My strength holds the tension of forty'thou*  .sand pounds.  My frame is huilt from selected monarebs ot  mouutaiu forest.  My tones vibrate on Gemi^h-tnade steel wire.  My fingering tips are  carved   from   tusks  grown iii tropical jungles.  My action euibodies tbe best result of lium&n,  effort to obtain strength 'aud.responsii/e-  nessr       >**.'-.  My coat i������ made of hard wood���������mahogany,  beryJ'aad, Circassian walnut.  No home is complete without that for which  I am created���������Music.  -v * 9  I   AM THE  PIANO  The GEO. A. f LETCHER Music Co., Nanaimo, B.C  T. E. BAtE,  Local Agent for Cumberland, B.C.  Yj*     iA..lCi  -.*nu*.  '-CV  iilat'l  TARE notk'.- _,___. \i  ry West of V.)i*ou**-.-. '���������  ���������cuip'Uion F-ihb Mc-^uti-U'.  ���������to-apply for **���������"'��������� ;- ��������� ���������"'  chas" -tbe fod!<.'������**T.r<-  lands::���������Coiumem-iiicr ftt *; 5:-^-  planted at the N, \... oorut1"* ol-  Lot 4 D... L2B6 thenc*** East itiong  the eurvi-y ljnc 40 .c!-,**tiii^ tb.nVi.  North 20 chains, .tih.eu.cie Wett -ib  chain?, thence .S'*r"t*h .'A^-.lg the  lake shore 20 oliuitT., ,*nd st -ritaiu  ing 80 acres.  ���������GjvOrgk Hknby Wkst.  Applioant.  Dt-ted No**t*iiiber 2.1-i, 101 i.  Jx'O'riCE is herehy ^rsvou vh.it jodfyi '  after daite I 'intend .to apply ,to the Hon������_  able Minister of J. tnds fos ;��������� licr-ise t������  prospect Tar co.**! a������d peti-,������leui*.i*i!nder ilie  foreshore .and -under the water on the  lands in ,~__-td opposite ilie .foilowiny described I.inds sit_:tte in R_j.p-;ii j.-.ht.lcl.  ���������Comnuncint; at a post pl.-iiutd on * lit.  se* beach at hujh w;i_er .liinik at the intersection of Secsion. 14 aud 15, Towii-  ship 2, Port McN-eill t'.i*.pevt Oh rirt;  rhence norlh 55 ohaks..move or less tsi  r_ij������h water mark nn tke nonh side of Port  McNeill Harbor; uieiu.c .eastcily iilmig  shyre line .to intersccnon c-sfb-.ction--.2j  and^.-Townshi^pz, tbencefioutlieiiv- 68  chains more orltess to lii-^h watei mail:  on squUi *Vor.e af Pout McW-eill Jlaibnr;  thence westec'y aion-* si-oire line to poiivt  of commencemeut. Koj.anu A. Laikm.  E. Priest, a_ent  Dated this ist day  of September, 1911.  NOTICE is .hnreby.gsf.-pu tlmt Jst the  next uis3������tiug oE il>2 Bo.sird 'if Licei se  Comtait-.is nets o������ the Ci.y of Cumber  la d, I intend ts ������p*J*y for a  revaow.s.1 of tke hots 1 licea^e li-11 ,l>y .tke  for the NuwEu-jland'Hotol, idcuuted on  the ea.ftt.UaJf of loiS, *i-. block 3, Cuaibcr-  land lows si to.  ���������TAMES WALTERS.  Da'ed tbis 7.h.<_**y of Nov., 1911.  ���������lUJPEttT LAND DISTRICT  Disriictofsltiipsirt.  TAK Si uo-t^a -ii_itt Pi-^ori Ma<^ L* won  of Vaoui uver, B, 0.' t.i_eu..tit'on , Widow,*  i teuds tis, npp[y t-iv per.! Lv. iu  to pur-  ; eluioC! tbe fs.'llowii^; d M*ii!> si hud : C* m  niuiuint; lit -ft a,p s-ti  pl.'-nlc'ii   alwut   ons������  mi!e nortli* ;i.*id 40 c!.a! h ������a; t of ilie S. E.  coruer of Sou- iou 4, T-wiuhip  S,   thetics*  nir:h 80 ch'siu*, tlience nisi, 8<> ch i ������������������  'lieuce south 80 chains, .tfceLos wpsI  SU  chains to plnoeof (_ois.monceint_ut, coi.t.ii*  inp 040 acres, m ritrl-.tia.  jjenbed _.sn po t EML^_6.W__cpmen____  E.\Don\MAE Lsi^iok,  .D 11 Claik, Egoist.  i Dat.d Dtecemlter lltb, 19 lfi.  acc  Are you insured?  Is your life Insuied?  Is your home Insured?'  Are. Insured against sickness and  ident?- .:  Liabiliiy, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  a  yoll INFORMATION WIILTE TIIE  Vancouver Island   Insurance  Co.,.  820 Tort Street     ^ r >     ���������      VICTORIA, B.C.  ^;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiuiiiiiiiiii^  w  ag-i  -If M -1  & W   _  **> rvi  S O 15    Kg*  i  f-  m  ^  ���������a-.9  IJ  |2  l     m  1'     *-  Vi *��������� * 0 *���������?'  **) . I**  tn *  I _ V  M *n. P*  "** la  ���������a js p tn  IS S  ^*'8  a w ���������������  ������   p'l  Is.    nl  n  %  m\       .  *  I  u  ru  *5 Q  1  NOTIOI  q ti.  W (fl  J  M  IMfliW���������IX  6un,soiur.i: rou tiik nhwh  ONLY 0X13 i>0|.UH'AyKA������.  Any povson or porsons, cutting  ronioving or taking tiny blud'H,  tiinlmr or wood, of uny duflcriptiodn  )oloiiglng to iho Wellington Gol-  ilory Oo'y*i or from or off tho Iiuk}  of tlio Bftitl Oonij-mny, or nny'oiie  tipping rnbfotoh of nny description  niiywhero upon the compnny's  fniisl will lio proAocutod to tlio full  oxtontof tholiiw,  AV. h, COULSON,  Gonoral M������nng������r,  Wollinaton Colliory Oo,y,   '   ��������� f "_______,  NOT&E.  Hlijiiig on loconiolivoB and  rail  way onrrt of tlio  Union flolllory  Ooiri|i������ny hy any porno..  ()r  per-  wiib���������oxcopt lain crow���������is.. Blriclly  pvoliP'ited,    lOmployoeH  Tt������ lub-  iw;:li)r!ii*miHHiil for itllowlrig aam-  Uy ordor  W.'L. COULSOfrJ,  C'vimid MmiiiKcri  MOVING?  .   Pianos and s  *.. fukniturr'  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5,7  Windermere Ave.  ORDKUS TAKRN POR NUT   COAI,  j,,,,,,! ... ������������������! r - -  ���������   *" -"7���������'���������*"������������������*"  D, A. Thomas���������up-to-date  piano'tuner from Fletcher Music  Co, Nanaimo, is iu town for  business. 'Orders-left at Cum-  be'-lahd Hotel will be promptly  attended to,   Phone a |.  Keinombor Hurry Ci. Kvans  The Reliable Piano Tuner is in  your vicinity. . I*. 0. address,  Elk liotol, Comox, IL 0,  mmaammmaam, , , m t%\ i   H    I liiWWi������  WANTED���������A livo ambitloiw  boy to got subBcriptioiiB for us in  lliu spare timo. Writo f<ir par-  tieuhu'H MacLoiinVi Mnga/.ino, 1347  render St. Vnncniiwr.  FOR SALE���������20 acres of un  cleared land, JM'iir utiioH irom  Cum berland and ono milo from  Minto fudiool, \pply Al������\ 8om-  crville, I', 0, Uox 4, Cuinberlaud,  fr b*1 Thos, W. Pattkkson,  Lieutennut-Oovornor .  CANADA :|  ritOVINCE ok BRITISH   COLUMBIA  GKOUGEtiih FIFrH, by the Grace of  God, ot tbe Uuited Kingdom of Grent  Britain nail Ireland, and ot thn Britis'i  Doiniuiins boyourt the Seas KING,  .   Dvfunder of the Faitli, Empororof  Iudia,  To nil to whom theao pronontB ehall come  ��������� GllKRTINd.  W. J. :Bow8bh, (TITJIUltKAS nppli  Attornoy-Genornl ( *������ cati o u has  beeu mado to Hn llcuour thoLsfcuteruiit  Guvoiuor in Council, undur tl.e "Muuioi-  palities Inoorporntion Aot," by tho ,\luni  o'pnl Counull of tlio City of Oumberknd,  to extend tboJimitsi of tho Municipality,  in Boenrdanuo with a roiolutlon piiRBt-cl b*,  tu'o-thirdi ft. the mombois thereof and  confirmed by a voto of tho oleotor<-jJ  Ami wiikkkam Uio cuuBout of tlio in-nors  of mt.ro thnn ouo-lialf in vuluo of tliu l'-txi  to bo ineludcd witli'o tho boundurios of tlu  propoied ixtonuion oflooled thoroby, mid  who tro u) titled to potltlon for ii copsrs.  tion ah h Muii'nipiility, hat bum obtained  at n poll li(.-lil undor tho proviHloni of  motion 10 of tho snid Aot*  N<'w know vk, tltorofos-o, (hnt by vlrtuo  of tho auihiiii*y oontiiii;0(l in tlio hiiid  '���������MunloipnlitjiB Inoorpornilon Aot," Wo  da heroby proolnim tliut tho limitH of thu  Corporal ion of tho Ci'y of Cntnb^rliiud  ahull bo uud thoy lioiohy ato oxt.mltd fain  the lit dny of Jauunry, sill 12, no iih to in.  oludo Block Ono, I^ot Osio, uud Bloolc 11,  Lois Ouo, T vi*, Tn rot', und Fsmr, boing a  huIxHvIhIou of pnrt of J^ot Twonty*cnu,  Nolson DiHtriot. ���������  In.Tkhtimonv Whkmkop, We hnvo ontiBod  tliiHo Our Lottera to tio uimio i'lrou, f  KUPBKT LAND DI-TUICU  Diatriot of Rupert  TAKE   rQUICK   that  Adelaide  Ester  C'ark    iir������wp,   of   BrooMi: d   N.  Y.t  married woman, iutenda to apply fs r pev-  uiiasion to plirtiiase the fcJlcwcrjj"; ti'.-scri'v  ed landti:���������C smvieno ng at. a pout plaii'-sd  *t southwebt oonor of R, ction  19, Towfl-  ihip fl, thonco north   SO oh Bins,,   ttiouosi  eaut 80 ohainr,   thenco   Rcuith  SO chaini*,  thi nee weat 80 chaius to placo o*" eommun-  enent containing G(0 naren morn or 1<*>b.  Soribed on post A.E.CB'bS.W. cor  A**iu..t.*iJK K������ii:h I.'lahk Brown*.  '   Dixit Clark, agen',   ���������  Dn<od Dccoiuber 10th, UMQ.  RUPERT LAND DISTRIOT  Dietrict of Rupert  TAKE notice thnt Richmond  Charles Hiss of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intends to apply for yr  mifieion to purchnFo Iho fohowiiy  described lands;--Commencing al  a pout planted ot vi  post -Idfwcen  ynction 18k, Townahip 0, an 1 fc'eoi-  ion 13, Township 20, thsnee webt *i0  cbains, thenco  south  40 chainp,  thunc<j west 40 ohiiin*-, thenoe couth  80 chainn; tl.oncc east 4.0  chiHin*,  ihence north.10 clininc, ihntircVcukI  40 chnim?, thence north 80 chniiip to  pincc of commentetnetit, contniuinu  640 nores more or liw:  Scrihed on post RCR'n N 15 cor,  UrciiMONn Cjiahiwi Bibh,  ,  Dun Clnrk, nj^jnt,  Dnlod Dcconihor \x) h, 1010,  IK YOU WANT  GOOD PE.IHTING  (JIVE US A TRIAL  ��������� ltUl'fcltT IsANU DISTRICT  Dintrii-t of I'llpi'it.  TAKB NOTICK Unit Kdwird J.)U������.,  nf Uinuliiiiiitcn, KV. {loi'ohniBu.intoi di* to  npply for poniilHHicii Mi puiohttvo thn fol*  lowniKiUii-erihod IiihiIh;���������Coinivcnoiur.v nt  ���������* p fit plsilllul  'i   llli'fi*     N\;s1,     uf     Ui.*  south '-'iHtuonur of sSio im. 'J4, Townhhij)  20, tlioiiiHi "A'i*������t BO olinlna,' Jissiios* r.s.utli  UOo'iilna, tiioiiui' o*Ht W) uliaii.c,. mtu'it  nui"h Ht) olin,uh t*t pi uu i s'uoiiiiniiis "���������fi is ut,  cotiitsl.iiiiu OlOi-jruH, iiin.'s. or l.n.s,  Sorihal on pout KD'm Nl������, fmnxm;  Kiiw.xnii UvK'i'i  Dun Clark, .**.<��������������� >t���������  Uattd iloiombir lOtli. KHU.  ..-.^."rTi-"^--"--'-"- ���������"���������������������������"���������...  nud the Oiut Hud ot Out miid I'mii  inuo to bo horounto ittiix.il.       *  Wn,VB)W, Hia Honour Thomas W*j,so.n*  1'atichhon, LioHUiiiut>Qov<>ri.or of our  iisid I'rsivinoo of Hritinh OjlumhU, in  Our City of Viuloria, thii tvonty fiiit  dsy of Dmm'i������r, in tho joar if Our  Is' rd ono t.hou������ntid ui< o hundred and  oln ven, uud In the iocoi d yoar of Our  rei������n.  Uy Coiiimaiid.  JIJCNlty liHSON VOUNU,  1'rovincbl Secrottry.  j f^m^*4*-ma������x*S^itfl^^ ���������>  J    0, H-TARBELL  atamamaawmwamWaam-ammaw-m* *a.am*-*.-t-**������   -m  mar at**  1 {  T And nil KITCHEN .'.UTENSILfc ������������������*  GRADE STOVES  f  Sportsmcns Goods  nud  General Hardware  *. -  aa ���������������'.'   -     /_.   . -..  --.  J-* ���������(.'  .~!   . '.  -, ���������  y-y:*'  -������.y  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. G.  N THE  ^_r __t  By L G, MOBERLY  Ailll'.sV.* oE  Can an;J  Anclher," *'A Tangled  Web,"    "Sin  of  Alison   Deer-  !nfl,"   etc.,   etc,  WARD,   LOCK   _   CO.,   LIMITED  Lcndon,  sMeibcim-.e nnd   Toronto.  P  ; can't mean what you are saying? . It  jmust bo a mistake: you look so well  j ���������und. oh !   Dou't say tilings like that j  [with n. smile;  it hurts me." '       - -  !    " I am rather fated to hurt you," he [  I answered, his voice still cheery,  'Au* i  'smile lingering on. his-, i*acc: "but I ���������m  U'nii-1 there ;��������� ll0 nvl!l...lte. 1   Went to  ..'ia up-to-situe man, who has special  *knov,lcdjiv> of this disease, and���������well,  'Do'-othy, lie tells me there is nothing:  ]io bo done- :u. thins* nn.bod.   cau do.  [He Rives me a    year "    -Doroihy  '.-.'���������ivo a little inarticulate cry, "lie  'uiy-* that wiih care 1 have a. year  imorc*  of  life,    lit���������puis���������bon���������soir!"  "1 can't believe it," his companion  exclaimed   passionately.  "Hnt���������il  is true, dear."    The smilo  left files' face, he leant, towards lu.r    and   touched  her    hand.    "There    is  jrealiy no room for doubt���������and���������don't  Ilet us waste time on crying over what  "Ah!  but  Miles, she put   out   her ��������� ^"'t ho helped,    t have an inevitable  bunds lo him implorift*,'Iv. "I did not|tu faoe-and���������i  came  here to-day io  il   oul   of  u-ikindiu-ss,  or���������or I*lfJk you���������if yon will face the iuovit-  (Ccniimicd*.  uocrco  want, of friendliness lo you. Hut you  wanti-d moiv than 1 could sivi-���������so  much more. It was fairer to lell you  Uie plain triiih���������and���������everything remain tiie same now as il was then,  l���������havcn't       changed.        Thero      Js-hesnu at last, and .Mile  btill "  " There is still .someone else���������yes,  1 iiinlcrsiand, and 1 did not inumiiic  able with me ? " *   *  There was a Ions puiiso. whilst the  man and  woman  looked    into    each  other's eyes.  " Vou   want    me  to "    Dorothy  finished her  sentence for liei  " I want to ask you���������if you will be  my wife for a year?   If you will share  yon had cban.'.cd."   His smile hrousht .-his one year of life with meV"  an odd cliokiiif; sensation into Doro-1    " Ilov*' ��������������� 1?" she whispered, hor  thy',*, threat.   "I don't fancv vou aveiwhl^  tnco stained  with vivid  crlm-  tho kind of person who would change!-:-m   "tlow can 1���������do it, Miles���������when  easily.   And yd���������everything does not',���������>'o*-i know���������there is���������somebody else  remain the same.      Bomethin.*;    has j who���������who       "  happened  to  me    whicli���������makes    ail'  Your wife certainly will  appreciate it when you  foring hoiiieacanui*SN A?  Soap won't clean her hands,  after filling the lamps, milking  the cows, peeling potatoes and  onions. SNAP banishes dirt and  every odor without hard rubbing  SNAP is soothing  and healing -���������'  keeps the skin  smooth and free  of "chaps". Bring  U9 home a can���������15c.  the difference���������all t.hc difference    111  tiie world."  "ila-*c you found someone, she  began eagerly, then she checked herself because of the cxpi essipn 011 his  face. ' j  " Ko. I have net come to. tell you 1  that 1 havo put someone in your  place," he answered grimly. " Somo-  thinfi clad has made a difference iu  my world. .My outlook on things in  general has been rather turned upside down this mornii-.g by a doctor's  verdict about myself."  "A doctor's verdict-? Vou? Why,  'Wiles, you are surely not ill?' It  was her turn now to movo nearer to  him. During all their conversation  tliey had remained standing: somehow it had never struck Dorothy to  ask Miles to sit. down; perhaps she  found it impossible to treat him like  an ordinary afternoon caller, and now  1 his words and the look 'on his faco  made her draw closer to him. " Is  there anything tho matter with you?  Arc you ill? "  lier sweet, eyes looked at him with  troubled questioning, ��������� she laid her  hand lightly upon his aria, as she  might havo done in the old days when'  they were boy aud girl together,'and  friends in hoy and girl fashion. Her  light touch quickened his pulses, but  tins grey-eyed man with the strong  > mouth and chin was very self-controlled, and he was as above all things desirous not to startle or distress the  .���������v.'oir.iiri -hsi-lo-ved���������_���������������������������_������������������. *���������   "it is ;i queer business altogether,"  .lie answered, speaking with aa air of  indifference tbat for a moment deceived her. " I had one or two sensations that puzzled ine, and at last  a fellow I know advised mc to consult  a clever friend of liis. I went to him  to-day and he gave mc rather an unpleasant surprise."  " An unpleasant surprise? Oil !  Miles, I am sorry; is there something  really wrong ?" Again lier hand  touched his arm���������the trouble in her  oyes set his heart beating in Jicavy  throbs.  wrong," he still tried to speak lightly;  "so radically wrong that���������no, don't  look so unhappy over il, Dorothy. T  oan't stand making you look like  that."  " Hut of course I look: unhappy - if  you aro ill," shio answered. "We are  hucIi old friends, you and I���������why, wc  lmvo known each oilier ever since you  were sixteen, and I was ten. Do you  remember how you found me, crying  my heart out because my doll fell into tho duck pond ?"  A smilo flashed over Uorneslcy'u  face.  "That RruoHomo old doll of yours?  Vos, 1 do remember how your mother  bought you a beautiful now 0110 in  baby clofli.es to replace tlie undent  horror, and how you only wtiiiod,  ���������Hut I lovo my raggedly doll beat,'  What a faithful' lit.Ho soul you wero,  Dorothy."  "I think 1 am still faithful," she  Hald .wlaJ,Cully. "I don't over forgot  jny old frlondH, and I did really lovo  iiml, foursome old rag doll, much bet  tor than any new beauties. And���������I  don't, llko to hear that un old friend  1������ ill, Toll mo what, tlio doctor Hald,  Mi Ion,"  " It Is what ho said that brought  ino horo today, .Hoeunso of IiIh verdict, I nm t'olng lo ask you again---"  "Oli, no, Mllim!" Hho lutorpnscd;  "don't give 1111 both pain hy making  1110 hurt you n second tlmo; don't  nny what you caino to nny, Lot. un  Jum bo fi'loiHlK-^hiit.*���������don't. iihU mo  what Ih linpoHHlblo,"  " Wait, tloivr���������wait till you hear o:<-  nelly whut. I havo lo ask yott boforo  you say ������> dooldHy tlmt my n*<|ti--i*t  Ih linposHliili-*, Ouly if very titrong roa-  uou would huvo mndo 1110 worry you  llko this���������only- a reason which took  into coimldcnitioii your good, an woll  jih my hoIIIhIi wIhIioh."  "My guild ?" hIio faltontd.  "Von, your good, Dorothy. 1 mado  ���������up iny mind 10 coino horo and ro*opon  nil tho old fpioHllon���������for your sake  jih much iih my own, though' I can't  jirotomi that I 11111 not pleading for  jiiyt'olt', too," ho aiulcd v.-It!; a wistful  ;miHo that brought a mint before Uio  girl n cyoH.  "fit down and 1!*:Imi tn me jusl ror  11 few minutofi," ho wont on, and the  <|iilo*, note of authority in hli, volco  Jiuuii! lior hciu liorticlf upon tlu* iioitiO  ���������hull* sola, whllhl. Mlien look ix chair  opposite to lior,    "Whon  I  wont  to  lilt    >|UC,U>1    Ustin,,    i    ssiti       ISO*.    lluii.A.  thero wuh vory much tho matter with  1110, certainly nothing thut euro nnd  (raitiiioi'l could not, euro, Hut--! \va;i  wrong. It HccniH that thero Im .-.onie*  thing fatally wrong with mo���������ami-t,  liio doctoi'--l was tuirry for him, poor  Hinp: ho hud 11 tbnnhleH-i tank- had  t.o toll 1110 that my dayn woro numbered---lit < rally ininihori'd-���������"  "till, Mils*-*, don'l ! " c-iuiic in a low  Milled volco from the girl on tho Horn,  Tun- oyoH wlilf with start lwl horror,  tho colour fading Irom htr lnco; ")o*i  "Are you bound to somebody else?"  "No���������not bound. AVe���������agreed that  there should not he a formal engagement, 1���������did not think it vas fair  that he should bind himself to a penniless woman. He would not let*me  be'bound fo a man who had his way to  make. We are' not engaged'���������but���������we  understand '"each othor���������aud���������Miles���������  I���������care for him���������as���������a���������woman ought  to care for the man she marries."  " And���������I am only a friend ? "     ->  Sho bowed her head in assent, the*.:  put out her hand to him impulsively,  fearful lest she should havo hurt him  even by a gesture.  " You are ono of my dearest, oldest  friends," she said, " but���������I can't pre  tend to you, Miles, that it is anything  but friendship, li is ouly that���������noili-  ing more."  "I know, dear; I know?' He spoke  soothingly as to a frightened child.  "J quite understand���������everything. Ani  still I ask you���������to come to me for tin*-  time that remains���������to be my wife���������  for a year."  "I���������can't," sho whispered; ".how  could 1 do you���������and���������him���������such a  great wrong ? "  "You would be doing me no wrong- -  you would only be making���������this last-  year���������the happiest year of. my lifo,"  with an effort ho kept from his voice  the, emotion that nearly mastered  him, "and for the other���������for the ma-  you���������lov(3���������Dorothy���������I want to try  and make you understand why I said  I was asking .you this great boon for  your own sake, as much, .as for mine.  "Y'ou-~kno'wJ;;:of"coui*se.-you_know=;:th"af"  I have succeeded to my uncle's property, Mansmere. You probably do  not know the curious provisions he  made in his will about that property?"  Doroti.y shook her head.  " I kuow nothing about it," slie  said.  " My uncle was a queer, crotchety  old mau, and ho drew up a will as  whimsical and unusual as could be  imagined.- He left* everything to me,  but ho made tho extraordinary proviso that unless I marry I-am unable  fo will a fa'rtl'i'ing of the monoy, or a  squaro inch of tho property, lo a living soul, If I die unmarried tho-wliole  estate goes intact to a distant cousin  of my uncle's and ol mlno. If I mar  ry, 1 am at liberty to will the property  to my wifo and children, but to no  ono else,    Now "  " Miles���������Dou't  go    on."      Dorothy  heaven���������little girl."  "How can 1 say 'no* io you���������when  you want me so much���������and you have  such a little time?" she exlalmed Incoherently, "and yot "  "Don't say 'no' to 1110. Think it  over. Talk it over with your peoplo  ���������and���������with���������tho man you caro for.  If I could havo made the money yours  in auy other way but this 1 would  have dono it. 1 would lmvo willed it  nil to you. Hut 1 cannot will you a  penny piece unless you uro my wifo.  Remember���������that in a year���������porhaifs  less than a year, you will bo free.  And���������you will be so rich that���������It will  be unnecessary for him to struggle  any more.   Yo*i and he. "  "It is horrible to think of it like  that," she cried vehemently, "it  sounds so cold-blooded, so dreadful.  How can I do it? How can I���������excepting for the sake of making you  happy?"  "You may he quite sure you will do  thai if you will consent. Take a few  days (d think about it���������and to talk to  ���������the other man. I don't know his  name; I don't, want to know it; it is  bet ter .tliat I should not know it. But���������  don't answer me in a hurry���������Dorothy  ���������and���������say 'yes' if yoii can."  The littlo boyish note of wistfulness  in that last sentence went to her  heart moro than all tliat had gone  before, and for a moment, her hands,  still lo.-ked in his, returned to their  pressure. ,  "1 don't know what to say," , she  exclaimed, "but in two days I will  tell you. Only���������oh! Miles, are you  ���������uu-p there is.no mistake? Could the  doctor be wrong? You don't look, liko  a man who has' only a year 16 live.  \rc you sure that the doctor is right?  ���������Who is ho?���������Whv does he speak  witb such certainty?"- .���������   -  "Fe is a now man���������si ill. at the foot  .of the ladder; but the friend ��������� who  "ent. u?e to him says he has extrao'vd-  snarv lcnowWle-e, and that some -day  he will be famous. He's'ohite a poor  chao now���������ntiite a slrugfrliiig 'beginner���������hi*- name is Oliver Dynecourt."  Ph" fi'-.*������w ,back from him.staring at  Mm  "fli'lv. '  "Wl'it* was the nnmo you said?"  oii" **������ked with a littlo' catch in her  bren+h.  Oliver  "Ovneeonrt���������he is  nuite  un-  Iri-riH'si���������hii(  vpi'v clever���������;>nd "  ��������� '-'Ves���������T���������knowr"���������wnsHhe-filow-re***--  ���������"in"*. ��������� "I know he is���������verv clever.  T-Tq w^s at St. Hut-h's when I was  there."  "T do not ilnnhf liis dif-p-irssis." Mi'-  <-.<; r*nt in nnjo'lv. "on���������think over it  ',11. TWothv���������ai������i T v'Ui come for my  iiii������. m> in iwo dn vs." '  "Yo". "��������� clio jiTiqworod rsinelin-iiossllv-  hn| whon tho donr lrsrl ulo������orl. behind  Mm,    ahp    leant,    lmqvllv   rtfrnhlPt    Ul"  m-ni- nf tlio armchair, and whispered  livort+iiloccl v;  "Olli'ns*���������Tlviiopourt. Tt WP" Oliver  who to1'! wm���������'in line only���������this ono  voav���������Oliver���������Oltvov'"  (To .bo Continued.)  Aviation in Japan  Although the art of making kites  has been cultivated sin Japan from  time. immemoTOl,. and the man, lif tins  kite, tho* precursor of "tha" modern  aeroplane, was, according to tradition, utilized by a banished daimjo  to send a message to his vassals in  tho year 1156, Japan has been slow  in taking a share in the great recent  development of aviatiQn, as well as  of othor branches of aeronautics.  Two years ago, however, tho Japanese government sent two army officers 10 Europe to study aviation, viz.,  Capt. Hino to Germany and Capt.  Tokugawa to France. These officers;  besides making themselves proilcient.  in iho art of Hying, purchased on behalf of their government a number  of aeroplanes of various makes, Bleriot, Wright, Grade, Farman, and havo  now roturned to Japan, where they  are giving instruction to a number of  othor officers. For tho purpose of  these lossons the government has established a large aviation Held auout  two hours joui'Hoy by railway from  Tokio.  Tho government has also organized  an official society for tho study ol  aviutior., its members l>ciug nil gov-  ernmeiu employes, military aul naval  officers and professors in the isiiporial  university. A grant of ?:,7"i,000 has  recently boon" voted to ihis organiza-  tion.  The Japanese are not largely, dependent upon -.01-1-igncrt. for their Hying machines. Cs.pt, I'I mo, Dr. Xara-  liara, Capt. Jsobe, of the navy, Messrs  Morltao and Tsutsuki and Baron Iga  nu*%o devised various forms oi" aeroplane. ��������� *     . i,  Eacli of the' important newspapers  of Tokio now has a department devoted to aeronautics. The Ilochi  Shimbun, the leading papor of the  city, has engaged the services of  Messrs Takata and Inouve as "aviation editors" and Asabi Shimbun has'  a similar functionary in tho person  of Mr. Usui. The semi-ofllciai journal  Kokumin has offered a prize of $>5,000  for a flight over the Bay of Tokio.  ORIGINATOR OF TURKISH NAVY  rose from her scat on the springless  sofa, and moved restlessly across the  room. "I can't help but knowing  what you mean to say���������and->-oh !  ploaso try to soe���������that���������you���������that I  can't���������do It���������I'or your .money."  Miles'smiled as ho moved across  tho room in her wako and ' put his  hand 011 her shoulder. Tho spoech  was bo cliaractoristic ol' tho woman  lio loved���������tho upright, fearless ������������������-woman, who had boon such an upright,  foarlesa child and girl.  "Don't mako up your mind in a  hurry," ho Bald, speaking oven more  quiotly than beforo, "and think���������how  much doponds on your decision. Thin,"  ho glanced round tho "depressing  room, "this Ih a dreary homo for. you,  and for your I'aUior and, mothor, Jf���������  you could agrco to what, I ask��������� wo  should bo able to*mako tho oldpeoplsi  comfortable and happy for all thoir  lives, I hope. You aro havlv'*- a hard  Rtnigft'lo now, littlo girl"-���������his volco  Hiiddonly dropped into tondornosB���������  " thero would bo no moro Htrng.glo, if  ���������you could fnco thlH���������ono year with  me. And���������wlum tho ond comes---you  will ho free���������and rich-���������a- vory rich  woman���������and I'mo to-���������marry���������-tlio man  you lovo,"  PorliupH ho iictircoly wouUl have  boon human If IiIh volco had not i'al-  tcrod ovor thowo lust words, whoso  oxcoodlnK gunoroHlly iniulo Dorothy  put hor hiimlH Impnliiously Into bin.  "How gonorotiB you aro," sho crlod;  how can you ho so goncrouu and ho ua-  soiriHh, at a tlmo whon you might ho  forgiven ror tlilnltlnt. of nobody Imt  yourHolf?"  .. "I'm thlnldng of myself, too," ho  aiiHworod boyishly, his hands holding  horn closoly, somo of tho emotion ho  full broaUIng through hifl Iroiysolf-.  control. "I don'l."want to piny low  down, and appeal to your pity���������Dor-  otV"'' ftiit���������wi't you lii-ids-srMln-'rt���������  what It. would moan to 1110 to havo you  as my wifo���������for thin oi.tu liuit yuuri���������  To lmvo you with mo���������1111 llio .oml?"  "Would It "mnko thin yonr--oaslor  for vou lf--I���������said 'yos'?" Hho quoo-  tlonoul shakily, "would It, rnnlly mako  vou liinmv��������� oven though-- nvon  though yon know���������I can't caro for you  ������������������tin a wlfo���������oturht to caro?"  Thn hungry look In his cyos as hln  glanced devoured hor swoot faco  would havo boon iiulTlcloiil answer for  her bad uho soon II. liut hor'oyos  woro ou tho tht'cad-haro carpot at hor  f..>,*t���������uiu* was coiiHclouit of nothin,'.  but tho strong prnHHuru of his hnndi*,  nnd Ibo thrill In hln volco tux ho answered���������  "I'm a fool at putting things Into  propoi* Inn-'ungo���������hut���������to linvss you  with 11:0-for that, year-would    bo.  .   . Correct  A Toronto Sunday school toacluT  once had occasion to catechize a now  pupil whoso ignorance of his Testament would havo boon nmusing had it  not boon so appalling. Ono Sunday  siie asked the littlo fellow how many  commandments',,thoro were. To her  surprise t.ho lad answered glibly on-  qugli, "Ten, Ma'am." And now, Sammy," aslfd tlm teacher, "what would  lio tho result If you should break ono  pf thorn." "Thon thoro'd bo nine," triumphantly answered tho youngster.  Friend:��������� "Halloa, ^Isaacs! I hoar  vou hnf disowned your own Ron Jacob,  ratpiffor In dor nia^tor.  Isaacs.���������"Yes,' doi* fool! I hat' no  natlonco wlj,li, lijiij.. .1 start him In  ���������li-'nosB, arid hVg-sb'-j rind buys offices  tilt tt cwitrimlhg-bath 91V dor floor  -movo and a flrc-statloii ovor dor  voad,"  Women and Secrets  "Tlie late William Rotch Wister, tho  father of American cricket, might, also  be said to havo been a godfather of  the feminist movement," said a woman writer at the Acorn Club, in  Philadelphia.   . -        -  "Mr. Wister," ��������� she continued, "abominated the type of husband who  treats his wife like a child, refuses lo  tako her into his .confidence. I once  \eard Mr." Wister toll a story about  a Germantown man of that sort.  "The man, camo back from a business meeting wherein the future, welfare of himself and his family was  \i!ally involved, but he declined to  toll his wife what had been the meeting's  outcome.  " 'Oh no,' ho sneered, 'I can't tell  vou anything. * You'd repeat it if* I  did. You. being a woman, are con-  slltuiionally unable to keep a secret!"  '���������But tho wife with a:quiet smile,  Tpl tinted, ,!-G<_orge._._did__r__e_v_eT__^^^^  ���������secret of how you were led astray  ihat summer the church conference  met in Chicago and got arrested iri a  saloon for biting off the bartender's  ear':'"  Cool as^a Cucumber  "Vou women fret, too much about  trifles," said Jones to his wifo, when  sho began to complain of the butcher.  "You allow yourselves to bo upset  over nothing at all. Now, we men  act differently. Wo learn to look al  things'in a calm, critical light.- Wo  know tlio value ot impassionablc discipline. Nov.*. whore's my hat I'm  suro 1 laid it on tho table last night!  Don't stand Blaring there, help me  to find it, Mary! Where is that, servant, she must have moved it! Children ! 'Vi! Tom! Harry! Kun  around and soo if you can't find my  hat. No, I did not put it upstairs, I'll  I'liKl that hat, by George. U I have to  tear tho house dowii. Thoro goes a  vaso! Whoso fault was thfttl Who  s it moves things, that's what I want  0 know? 1 shall mlsa my car. I say!  Mi! Thoro it is! Who put it there?  Of all tho silly���������Hon, J must ho off!"  Papa Mills.���������-N-over 'again In this  nnrlor do I \yanl t.o seo a shadow of  (but young mnn.' '''*"  hiioillH.���������All .rli'h.t, pmiii; I'll turn  tho light so low thoro will ho no shadows. ;'���������.!'      ���������    ' , ���������  Noll,���������-Why do, you'turn your'no.w  al hor? ''���������'.'���������  Hollo,���������Klu^n an arlM'n model,  '" Noll.���������Well, oven an avtlstH 'modol  may uot ho as hnd as sho Ih painted,  "ITomlcldo oanoH aro becoming  thnnkhiKly numerous,"  "Yofi.'* ro pi I od tbo driiR niainifjo'ti**-  (���������y, 'If thu wort of thins*; rods on wVil  lio wnvrantcd In hoonMng tho price of  ryanldo,"  Rt(tl)a.r~Jiick was on his bonded  knooB to mo last night,  H<*lln.���������-Wnll, poor follow, ho can't  holp being bow-loggcd.  A Selfish Attitude  Dr. Harvey W. Wlloy, ut a dlnnor  in Washington, dlBcusscd thoso experts who would, urge tho ������������������brewers of  America to mako boor out of cabbago  lOftVOH.  '.,.."Tho "cablmRO loaf .beer advocate"  said Dr. Wlloy, "cares nothing, it is  ovldentv'for tho Woli'nro' of Iho human  stomach. '.Ills attjtudo is exactly that  of a man In.black I saw tho ollior  day."  "As this man in.hlaclc was walking  along ono of bur stroots, a beggar  whined pltoously in Ills ear:     ''  '"Would you glvo a poor feller a  dime to save hln llfo, boss?"'  ���������"Certainly noil' tho man in black  replied. 'Certainly not! I'm an un-  dortakor, sir.'"  W. N, U. No. 877  Tho Warning of Food Expert* Against  The Use of Alum Powders  Thoro nro many iioubowIvoh that  unthinkingly uho alum baking-powders  In mal<lug biscuits, enko and pastry,  when It would only tako a llttiti precaution 16 avoid doing so.  liaklng-powdorfl tlmt contain aliim  causo Indigestion nnd norvo disorders.  KngllKh food exporth condemn alum  an an Injurious adulterant unfit for  11 baking-powder ingredient. If you  aro not careful you may ho buying  nlum In your baklng-powdor nnd putting it in food. Tlio way io Im suro  iu to read tlm label on tho baking-  powder, and If tlm lngi'odlcnlH aro  not niRljiiy printed on ll, rofiiHo to  ���������\caopilt,' ���������   ���������'���������;' .���������.���������'.  Omst-lftt*"-* 'to* Brolln  Kimntor Mnrtlno.-of Now .Torfmy���������  tho "fartnor Jtomitor," riJMt Is his pride  to 119 called���������was lolutlng In Washington momorl't*** of hiu* farm llfo.  "What (luahil minds." ho imld, "havo  "��������������������������� v N':-,-.' .Tt'r'.'i'J" *"'>!���������?."'���������-! ?������������������'!!: '.v!;;  work New Jtti'seyfnrnu'! I ronuimhor  an old unclo wlio once paiisad In  a Job or potato booing to bIiir In my  curs tho 1 mil ho of chicken. *���������>  " 'Chickens, lio said, Ms so acenmme*  dat In.' Doy's bo uccommodatln', suh,  yo,' can ont 'om hofo' doys buwn, nn'  you cnn ont 'cm nfinh rtoy'u doad.,'"  'WU: Kituoii I uuppoijo you think  that u man novor deed vos his wlfo?  Mian Kidder.���������Oli, no! Why It would  ho inipoHBlblo for tho iivcnigo man to  got a wife if he didn't deceive her.  Foster. Rhodes, an American,  is tha  Accredited Original Contractor -  England in tho past has lent sous  to assist Turkey in -building an ad-  equate navy. Germany has also dono  hor share; but.it rests with the ubiquitous Yaul: to claim the Fatherhood  of the Fleet, which has just been,  from all accounts, -doing its best to  checkythe importunities of Italy by  playing a gamo -somewhat resembling  tlie "cross touch" of our youth. This  father of tlio Turkish fleet, was ono  Foster Rhodes, born on July 17, 1794,'  tho son of Captain Henrv R. Rhodes.  His fathor, we aro told by the New'  York Sun, sailed- a brig from the port  of New York, and It is not difficult to  understand that FoBter in a very short  tlmo wanted to have to do with the  sea and tho things of tho sea. After  going fpr, a time to tho schools of  Kinderhook, whore lie was born, he  was apprenticed to a silversmith.  This life, however, was not to his  liking, and lie joined a shipping firm  by-the name of Adam and Noah  Hrown Here ho showed au extraordinary aptitude, so impressing his chief  tliat ,he wns taken to Erie, Pa., in 1812,  lo help in the construction of a brig  which helped Commander Perry to  defeat the British ou Lake Krle. Aftor  many vicissitudes in connortion with  the shipping trade ho arrived at Constantinople an expert at his craft. Tho  Turkish government offered Rhodes  contracts to construct, ships. Rhodes  declined, insinuating Mint his object  was to sell, not to construct,  ."lam part of my vessel," bo said.  The Turkish government, found that  if ihey wanted Rhodes as a naval  constructor they would have to buy  his ship, so they bought , it. Thus  Rhodes took over his new duties, and  commenced by building a. yacht for  iho Sultan which was moro like - n  warship. After this he built a fast  yacht for the potentate, and then ten  shins for lhe Turkish navy.  Of course, .the ways of the bustling  American were new to the Turks, and  Rhodes was the central figure in several amusing incidents. ��������� At the  launching of one of the vessels there  was a great gathering of Turkish officials, including the Sultan,, who sat  under a silken tent.  '"The methods of Rhodes in getting  a ship off the ways were strictly up-  to-date, but-novel to the Turks. The  Turkish custom had been to have several huiulred men cling to heavy lines  ���������atiached to-the ship, so that when sho  did slide iuto the water, she would not  make a deut- in the bank on the other  sldo of the Bosphorus.    ��������� *  ��������� ��������� .-  - The moment' for letting the ship off  the ways had almost arrived.'and* it  became apparent that' there was uneasiness among tiie ��������� Turks, who  thoueht they know something knout  sending a boat into the water. ' Several Turks, whispered to tho Sultan.  Then an official came, over to Rhodes.  Behind him "marched a couplo of hundred Turks.  "The  compliments of- the ~ Sultan."  or_v������*hatover'is-Turkish~for**the���������same���������  was the greeting of the official.*  "What are they for?" asked Rhodes.  "To help with the ship," said tbe official.  "Don't want them," said Rhodes.  "Take them back."-  The Amorican constructor had  standing with him seven or eight men.  .The ship cut tho water gracefully and  a boat nosed her gontly uj* stream,  and the hanks of tho Bosphorus wero  not mutilated.  The ,Sultan was much impressed  and tho next day ho sont for Rhodes.  Tho constructor avus in his shirt  sleeves. 1  "Comb into the placo." ho was told.  "This way?" asked Rhodes.  "AI  once," said the  Turk.  So lio went, not bothering about a  coat.   They took him to tho Sultan,  The shim-sleeved  Amorican    bowed,  The* Sultan salaamed.     Tlie   Sultan,  said thar. if Rhodes would becomo a  Mohammedan ho could name his tl tio  in fho Turkish Nnvy,  "No thanks." said Rhodes, "I'd pro-  for to remain an Amorican cill'/ori.. It's  good enough for me. And, besides,'  as au American citizeu, my head is  not in danger."  In tlie nlno years thnt ho remained  In Turkoy lio acquired. woalth. Ilo  had an elaborate establishment' and  the Sultan; gavo him mnny rich  shawls, tapestries and Jewels. Boforo  Rhodos left Turkoy ho-was decorated  by the Sultan, tho decoration entitling  him to privileges not accorded to  most foreigners. ,Tho decoration was  in tho form of n ship of gold with a  circle of diamonds around an emblom,  and a diamond cluslor pin with 4  chain.of gold attached. -Thoro,was a  certificate with tho pin, to this off ict-  "Tho Amorican citizen, Mr, Postov  Rhodes, having boon employed "ror  many years past in tho Ottoman aw-  mil an naval constructor, during which  poriod ho hns boon found to bo ;x parson posHosslnf. perfect knowledgo, ability, uotlvlty, and scionco In his do-  partmont, and has dono .*ood hoiwIco  to the Turkish Umpire by constructing  and building sovoral ships of the line  and othor vossols of war:  "Having now ox-vossod a donlrn to  rot urn to IiIh natlvo country, wo, to  show our approval of tho isovIdob  which ho has romlorotl and our entire  ���������jiUIt-fiictloii, havo given this corllfl-  cnto, soalcd by our own seal, nnd do-  llvoi'od In his own hands, CoiiHtantt*  noplo, 20 Shorvnl, 1251, (January 1,  1810),"  Added to Ihe Long Lis! due  to This Famous Remedy.  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Walter���������Why���������ah���������yos, sir.  Dlnor���������Thon hand 1110 a   tip.   I've  waited half an hour for that Htculc I  ordered,  1A  "Well, well!" oxlalnieii Naggo, ovor  his paper, "that's a queer bonding for  this 'article, ��������� It says: 'Woninn'u  Talk."'*   ,  "What's bo nueor about that?" demanded his ���������wife  "Why, (hero's only about half a column of It,"  Jack,���������Your dog will novor go for  my pigeons again,  Flo.���������Why not?  .Task,���������Because, T out his tall off.  Flo.���������Woll, that will not make anj  dirroronco.  Jack.���������Ah! hut I cut It off np to hit  nock.  Do You Feel This Way?  Do you feel all tired out P Do you lometlmei  *"'������*> yew ]mt c-������*������.'t -rt-rV. r.-r&y :.t yw;.- -,;-(,_i_-  ���������Ion or trade any lon<er P Do you hive n poor mis*-.  ti(o, ami ity (wake at niihte umble to sleep. 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There is an anecdote,of Dr. Johnson, which records that -a very voluble  lady onco said to him, petulantly: "I  believe you prefer. the company of  ladies to that of meu'."' "Madame,"  bo answered, "I am fond of the company of ladies. I like their beauty,- I  like tlieir. delicacy, -and I, like their  silence." Still, though'men may and  do accuse the fair sex of a liking for  gossip, no ono can deny that many  men are as great or greater chatterboxes and gossipers than women. The.  writer has intimate acquaintance with  a gentleman who, possessing independent private means, was nearly  always to be found in tbe park or  .street gossiping with some companion by the hour together.  LOCAL MERCHANTS  Send us your namo and address and  we will mail you our illustrated catalogue showing Indian Leather Cushions, Table Covers, Drapes. Etc. AuL  exclusive a'goncy in your town will pay  you..,  INDIAN LEATHER CO.,  79  Spadlna  Ave.     :      :       Toronto.  You Can't Shake Trouble'  .."My wife" had money, and .when 1  "���������mame'd'her*". .thoughfaii niy'iroubles"  were at an end."' - * '  "And weren't they?"  "The' old ones wero, but. hang it, a  new series started right away."  Worms  causo .frctfulness and  rob  .the Infant of sleep,  tho great nourishes Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will clear the stomach and iu-  testinos and rcstoro hoalthfulness.  A horse-dealer complainod to a magistrate that somo malicious person  had cut off his horse's tall, which, as  ho meant to sell It, would-be a great*  draw-back.  "Thon," said the magistrate, "you  must sell tho animal wholesale,"  "Wholesale?" replied tho other.  ���������'What do'you mean.   How'no?"  "Becauso you cannot re-tall It," was  tho roply. -   ���������  Micko: "But the funniest thing of  the lot was Bill, , There he stood -^t  the top-of the burnin' buildln', and us  blokos'yelled out, 'Jump,. Bill, an' we'll  catch yer in tho 'tarpaulin.' "So Bill  jumped���������an* we 'adn't got no tarpaulin!"  ' Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by toca! apiillcallor-.s, as they rsnr.ct reach tlio dls-  tissi. porllo.i of the car. There li only one way to  curo <lcnJai*sj,.and *.!_(- ia by coBsi.lt uti-onal remedies.  Deafness l. rallied by an l'jll.iiu<*3 co:niltlo:i of the  rflut*0!i3__j!:*iag ������" __t>v EusfUL'!1'?11 Tub?.__\__lien_th!jS  tuba U liiflaiK-ed-youliave n rumbling sound oi-~Ih>  perfect hearbK, and when it Is entirely closed, Deaf-  nesa o tlin result, aid rali'si the Inflammation can bt  jikcn out, aii'l tlila tube restored to Itss r.ormal condition, licarln's will lio destroyed forever: nine '.-u.s.i'3  out of ts-n an> caused by Catr.rrh, which Is colhlnsr  but a*i InlUnicd condition of the mucous surfaces.  Wc will iiifre One llundnU Dollar*, for any c.w ol  Drains*.- (caused hy catarrh) that, eaur.nt be cured  by Hall"? Catarrh Cure.  Semi Jor circulars, free.  J". J. CHEXEY Jk CO., Toledo, O,  Po.d in- Tirimhts, 75c  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  cost of'p.oyAl entertainment  ST. VITUS DANCE  CURED   THROUGH   THE   USE     OF  - -   DR. WiLLIAMS-.PINK PILLS  Chorea, or as it is more generally  known,- St. Vitus dance, is a disease  that usually attacks tho young children,- though .older persons-may be afflicted with it. Its most common  symptoms are a twitching cf the  muscles of tho faco and limbs. As  tho diseaso^-progresses this twltchlm**  takes tho'form of spasms in which  tlie jerking mollon may be confined  to tho head, or all the limbs may be  affected. The patient is frequently  unable to hold anything in the hands  or to walk steadily, and in severe  cases even tho speech is affected. Tho  disease is due to debility of the nerves  and is always cured by Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, which enrich' tho blood,  (one and strengthen the nerves and  thus restore the sufferer ��������� to good  health. Tho following is a striking  instance cf what Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills will do in this trouble. Mrs.  Cha3. Phipps, Pelee Islaud, Ont.. says:  ���������"At the age of fourteen my eldest  ���������daughter, Edith, became much run  down, and the trouhlo developed Into  St. Vitus dance. First, her left arm  became affected, then the left leg and  entire left side. . She grew so bad that  she actually could not hold anything  iii her hand.,and could only go about  with a sliding, Jerking motion. Notwithstanding that, we were giving her  medicine, she seemed to be growing  worse, and finally her speech became  much affected. Wc became so much  alarmed about her that finally her  father got her a supply of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and "we began giving lier these, ln tho course of a few  weeks she was much better anu before all the pills were gone she, was  again 'enioying perfect: health. This  was in 1908. and as sho has noL had a  symntom of the trouble since T feel  justified in saying the .cure is per-  manent."-  Be sure you get the genuine pills  which are sold by all medicine dealers  or may be had nt. 50 cents a box-or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brockville, Or>t.  "I will Bon lio with my forefathers,"  exclaimed a blalant orator.  "You, Interrupted a knowing auditor, "and glvo tlicm poluts at it, too,"  A toachor asked hor class In npoll-  lng to slato tho difference botwoon  tho words "result-'' and ���������*conso<|ucnc-  03.".  A bright girl ropliod: "nosultfl aro  what you expect and couaoquoncoa  aro what you, got."  "You forgot, to got"that silk for  mo?" sho asked. "Why. 1 ilod that,  strip of cloth around your finger 'thin  vory morning to remind you of il."  Tho husband stared blankly at tho  Btrlp of cloth and then Bald:  "Woll, I'll ho JlfigovorH'.. And horo  I'vo boon trying all day to romomhor  how I hurt my flngor!"      .  Waste  ' Uow to utilize the wasto Is one of  the greatest problome of the manufacturing world. It is ono of tho great,  problems of human lifo" as well. The  ingenuity of man has mado it possiblo  to save even tho particles of gold dust  in tho mint. It. is vastly more Important for a man to savo "tho .raspings  and paring)* of existence, those leavings of days and woo bits o' hours."  the right uso of which determines tho  truo valuo of a man's' llfe-wor!:*  Politeness ic o Duty  Some "people seem to forgot.'that  pilitness is "as mucha duty in every*  dav life as paying one's bills, and no-.  t..-.fiv_r>o__n',i .vriirl*if-_tn*-*snoil .his _rieieh*_  bor's lifo with uimeeessar y ' sharp  speech or rough manners. Gentle,  speech is one of the best accomplishments, and it goes without'saying tbat  evory question should receive a civil  answer. The man who answers members of his homo circle with "a grunt-  is only worth calling a pig, aud tbo  wifo who snaps out an, answer is only  worth calling a shrew.  Is Tremendous, Although Their Majesties Live Most .Simply,  King George, like the lato King Edward, docs everything that lie's in his  I'ower.to prevent undue trouble und  expense being incurred by those  whom ho visits, and everything that  savors of ostentation is most obnoxious to him. At tho samo time it is:  necessary that, a certain amount of  formality should bo 'carefully observed, iind all this runs into money. His  Majesty, for instance is invariably  ���������accompanied by. an Equerry, who, by  reason of his position, becomes a  member cf tbe housoparty,. whilo if  the Queen travels with His Majesty,  her -Lady-in-Waiting has likewise to  be included among tho guests. .It  is \*ery rarely that tho King is attended by more than two body 'servants; while throe maids, as,a rule,  ruffice for Queen Mary's requirement-*.  It is laid down that His Majesty  musyupon all occasions have a suite  of apartments to himself, a-id it is  desired that, these should bo as far  emoved from tho rooms of other members of the houseparty as possible. A  similar suite has lo be provided for  Queen Mary when she is present. Not  many years ago a well-known nobleman who was entertaining tho present King for the first time spent over  ���������U0.000 providing a new suite of rooms  for His Majesty's occupation.  When it Is at all possible, the King  also desires tliat lie should be placed  in' telegraphic and telophonic communication with the Royal palaces so  tbat ho may bo within easy reach of  his secretaries and the chief officials  of his household. Most country Ecats.  are, of course, today upon the'telephone, hut the telegraph is a different matter, and when the lato King  Edward -was once' staying in Uio North  of England his host spent $7r>0 to provide a special telegraph .wire. ' His  late Majesty, as it happened, only re-11  quired to make use of It on one occasion, when ho wired exactly eight  words to Buckingham Palace���������surely  the most oxpensivo.telegram that was  ever despatched.  Hia Majesty ^livo3 very simply, so  that in reality very little .extra cost  need bo incurred for food and drink  upon Ins account. Naturally, however t*-,r,se honored' with his company  find it incumbent upon them to exert  themselves to the*utmost to provide  every delicacy���������in or out of season���������  that can possibly be ' obtained. As  much as $5.00 apiece1 has been paid for  quails for the Royal table'boforo today, and as much-for peaches when  not in season, .while $-1.00 a basket  holding consideiably * less than a  pound of early strawberries is regarded as nothing out of the ordinary upon these occasions. ' A short-time before his accession it was estimated  that, one luncheon'. table -for ten  .guest's, at which IJis Majesty, was  present, had cost between������$l,000 and  $1,500 to prepare. And then-all that  tbe King ate was a piece of cold roast  "beef"and~s"diM"s������[lad! ~~��������� T ���������""-  . Both King George and Queen Mary  have a great liking for good music, so  that those who arc their hosts and  .hostesses spend almost fabulous sums  :to obtaiu the services of the most  ifalented vocalists and instrumentalists of tho day. Upon one occasion,  some .years ago, Queen Alexandra hav-  'ing expressed her admiration for the  playing of Kubelik, her host promn_tly  NA-BRU-C������ Headache Wafers  stop the meanest: nastiest, rr. 1st persistent headaches In half an  hour or less.     We guarar.. ie that they contain no opium,  morphine or other po>".:.ot:- drugs. 23c. a box at your druggists"  or by mail from  K������t_s_l Dnx_ suid Chcnrsictl Ca. of Gjs_������<_a. Ltsnstos).     ���������     .     ���������  Msdrtraisl.  In Doubt  "Ten days C, B.l" roa'ted tho colonel angrily,  ��������� As he was being marched out of the  orderly-room the delinquent was heard  io indulge in insubordinate mutter-  ings.  "Twenty-one days!" thundered tho  colonel, and the offender retired ob-  serving that it would hardly give him  timo to settle down,  "Mako it one-hundred and Bixty-  eight hours cells!" cried the colonel,  whereat tho incorrigible Tommy openly gave his C, O. permission to keep  the game up all day,  "Cancel all previous sentences, and  remand him for court-martial!" was  the order..  '"Now, look here, expostulated tho  unrepentant private, "let's clear up  ono point. Aro you- really the  colonel of the Hogshire Light Infantry  or some bally auctioneer?"  ARLINGTON CHALLENGE  ���������vi. "'���������'-;��������������� '     ��������� '.i'-i..' '���������'������������������_, .?"'j ��������� '���������*������������������-.--'.-J:- ';siW-i"4v,;-  ^ arc thsybest'������*-yer.made.������n.i aris ���������?:.  Hi-ouaraViieed.tb'giv^yots ^at^sfap,  y.  "^���������ti&iiv AtalWsealiers pr se.rid us"25c iT:T  y ^tafang^sfyis-'T Bnd;;*3i^e-required.'l,u.,  ��������� S- 58- 'Fj^;Avei^oMnts.. OntificrH^  , Diphtheria, Quinsy and Tonsllltis  begin with* sore throat. How much  better to cure a sore throat in a day  or two than to bo in bed for weeks  with Diphtheria". Just keep Hamlins  Wizard Oil in the house.  -"What is all'this straw doing in the  roadway? Somebody ill?" asked the  man passing. *     -  "Easy," said the man at the gate,  holding up a warning finger. "There's  i young man calling on my daughter  tonight who has been coming to see  her for six yean*. He's vory easily  frightened. We. hope he's going to  nropose tonight, and we aro taking  cverv precaution against his being  startled."  Minard's Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  The night was bitterly cold, and the  uoor shivering wretch who dogged the  footstetis of the comfortably clad alien  coughed dismally.  "Beg pardon, sir," commenced the  outcast, "could you spare me , sixpence, sir, please?   I am starving."  "I half no sigpence," snapped Herr  Hos-genheimer.  "Then perhaps fourpence, sir, for a  bed."  "Ach. now, mine friendt, you speaks  pi/.ness.   Vere is der bed?" ,���������>  Sunlight and the Sea.  Sunlight and ships at sea,  Clouds as still  as  stars,  Out beyond the vast to-be  Of  earth's  horizon   bars.  Tako my hand and let us go  Where the winds may lead;  Earth and time are all we know.  Life is all we need. ���������  Dawns flush and flying foam,  Tides Unit beat, and Turn.  Now the vast beyond is homo,  . ��������� And there oijr altars burn.  'Take my hand; our cottage hearth'  .,,   Is flaming in your eyes.  Earth shall bo our garden garth  Our, tent the summer skies.  ���������L. W. Smith, in Success Magazine..  Imposslblo  ".You'd better fumigate theso bills  before you go home. Thev may b*  covered with microbes,"'said tho druggist ono Saturday evening as he handed a few faded, worn, and soiled silver certificates to his clerk.  "No danger from that source," r*>  sponded the latter,."a microbo"couli|  riot live on a drug clerk's salary."  *_>_\  -.���������*)   mt       .".     W,>s.������r,i-\.,'.T.Ii       ,lv    ,  "   ' ./��������� .���������'' '���������;..%. Tt'T'.'K  iwmm  .,���������'���������������������������.'��������� ���������������������������.''fi;t\.-T.i-.'V  ' >i.'*i';*v''''.fr'*".  has helped countlets  thousands of thin, weak,  delicate children���������made  them strong, plumpt  and robmt.  It r.ri*nl(*n -An nnpetite,  aids digCmllmi. .'ilk Iho  veins with rich red  Wood.  After iiiikeftx. or lost  of weight from any  cause, it brings strength  and flesh quicker than  anything else.  All. ottuou-sro  M-U  SMlo/ih Qum  quickly stops ccouijliu, cures colilr., Uea.a  t*ss throat out! lunds 20 car.tr..  The Simplo Rulers  The Indian Maharajah does nol sit  down ..to breakfast covered with diamonds and .rubles, and . oxcc-pl on  Stato occasions Is of ton conspicuous  for tlio oxtromo simplicity of his dross.  Ho doos not build palacos by tho  dozen or, ordor motor cars by tho  score; for ovory caso of wilful ox-  travaganco on tho: port of an Indian  ruler, I think I could name half a  Ido'/.mv whoro personal expenditure Is  limited alnioHt to frugality.���������'. . . .  Thoy do not, iib a rulo, uinrry with  ardent enthUHlamn nt frcqiiont Interval--, though thoro ai'-i excep-'ons.  Thoy niluglo with'tholr peoplo far  moro fiooly than-tho minor Kuropoan  prlncuH.  I lmvo often boon struck with tho  iilmoHt. democratic relations HiibHlstiiig  botwfion tho princo and IiIh subject h  In many native Staton.  Mlnard's liniment cures unroot In cows  , .,v~ .  A ploneaut littlo ntory In (old of Dr.  Uoyd Cnrpoutor In tho ilayH boforo ho  wna Hluhop of Hlpon.  To him enmo'onn day a young man  anil maiden, both banhful and on a  vory obvious orrand,  "Aro you Mr. Carpontor?" began thu  flwaln, timidly.  "Ves," wan (ho reamirlns reply.  "Carpenter���������nnil Joiner."  given ever so ungrudgingly. Life is  not easy and it behoves us to try and  rcmomber tho littlo courtesies which  aro ln reach of us all."  Regarded ao ono of tho most potont  to combat, all summer complaints, and  inflammation of the bowels. Dr. J. D.  Kollogg'fl Dysentery Cordial has won  for itself a reputation that no other  cordial for tho purposo can asplro to.  For young or old suffering from these  complaints it is tho best medicino  that can* bo procured.  "And Juflt to think, John." said Mrs.  Dcnrmond, proudly, "If tho suffra-  goltOB got into powor the lenders will  havo.their pictures on tho postage-  BtampB." '���������" '  .   :'."  .  "By-.George." sighed Mr. Deavmond,  with.a far-away look, "that Is il.o  only way wo'U over bo able l.-i lick  ���������oml"  TAKE NOTICE.  Wo publish fllr.*>lo.s ������i������ilglit testl-  moulnlB, not pross agents' interviews, from woll-kiiown people.  From all over America they testify  to tho merits of MINAllD'B UNI-  MWNT. tho best of Household'-Homed-  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., LIMIT ISO.  Little Boy.���������"What's all these women here for?"      .  Little Girl.���������"They've been upstairs  to see the baby." ���������  __Llttloi Boy._rr!!Babie_s__.j_3___fco_mmo_n-_  enough." "   ���������"        " ;-  Little Girl���������Yes, but this is a new  one, .an' I expect they wants to see  lhe latest fashion." *  ��������� Olivette  (as they encounter a vicious b������Hdog):-���������"Go on,    Cecil;    you  know you said you would faco death  for. me."  Cecil.���������"But ho isn't dead."  wymBmWStWk  .-'*���������*'  *��������� ���������        -''*���������-.. .s***_V'-'<*.. *..���������.**������������������������ "j.-.��������� V..;.,'ii_2.-*.'- *._+:~*X:**.y *_���������?��������� ���������'" "r i-.  ���������Vfitn lo dprelope tt SpiTli CsuU, Spllist-,  Blncboue or nny othir lasnoiifw���������tiun't risk  lo.lni him tliiossih ucflc-t���������il<i;rt run 3'sat  Mfir ������t st rlpkbv^xrwshisossllna wl'.hiisiXnosrn  ������ras������l'e'S���������don't _ty a Wg vcteiisiary MIL   Uso  Kendall's Spavin Crcre  I ami cure It qsilri;lynml saMy nillio-stairaror s:>su*c,  I ltea.1 ylat \V. \V. llrtswii of LV:it.'..l, Alii, wsiles���������  ' '  "Ihivo h������������1 your Sfaylss Csiiii fcryt.m. nasi lia>o  cnmi.'.utely cwv.l Ti.'st liut 1st iny Iiml of rsitiln  ��������� and Sp'lstti sitssl Sifav'.iiK on homi.   lfuulthatlt  'mm m,i_r_y_f it Ii fXH^i\i\\v St'Hisit,!.���������.. _--       1  "ThVusnisilVofWhsr jiorw (iVii'i'sa hivt) hasl llss  .ain������cxi..-rli'ii(-s>.  F.>rnl.ouM0y.'ir-> K^nslis'.'.'si  8i������svln Curo hn!������ n lbs ulst rs-liftUr remcsly.  It lias savcl isiilliom csfdallisin for tsoiw  on-siorJ.    Oo la ynur drsi;tlit ��������� ������*% a  (Xiui.lo oflnsitlri fo ko������no������ Issn.l. l'rle������  tl l������-r bottlD-4 lioltlrs) for (S.   Assk  hltn Also for frrs) svwls "Trrssllrton  tho llorsu"���������or ws1tu tlln tt tons.  i/0 'Ok.     Dr.D.J.KcndallCou.  tiiosburo Falls,  Verruunt,  V.SJ*.  W. N. U. No. m  Mualo and Cow*.  Hofenins to tho nrtlHtlc umiiio of  iinltnalii, a Houth African writer Hityt*  cowh are fond of mtit*le,'gonomlly preferring   old   melodies,    uentlitiontnl  . IS ^ ,  I'Ulii.n,  .....i'i".    |,./,,......   ......   ....t.   Hiliv  levf- rownufOB.- Thoro nre nlno nMinrw  who-prefer modern mimic. A now  cow who gave littlo milk, turned almost lnexhf������ifitH>l<v when ll������tenlinf. to  tho Toreador nir from "Cnrmon." An-  olbor ono trehled her inlllt production  .,.iti,  n.n iMijitlnl timrch from "fobrm.  R'rln," and fioemodl altuofit to weep.  OtherB gave abundant milk when  hearing noI������y calco-witlkn, whicli cati8-  ed, moreover, tho Inconvenience of  agitating them with excoHpive .jierv-  otis movement ii.  Bhe.���������If tx man toven hit* wife oh  much nn hIio Iovoh him. ho will ntop  vsuhUisk Wm nuuiuy uu u!,,.iu U* -be  uiUh Illlll.  He.���������Yen, hut U hl������ wife loveg lilm  an much n* she on.*Jit to lovo n mun  who loves hor enough lo iiop It If ������he  ttlsUs hlrn, she won't nnk him.  First watcher���������What'fl he doln'?  Second Watcher���������Palnlln" plcturoti.  Flrnt Wntchor���������Whicli 'un do you  llko boHt? ���������   .   ���������   ,  Bocond Watcher~I liken (he little  'un 'o'h got Mb thumb' through!  Jn China, when a eubfeerlbor rinirH  up tbo exchange, the operator mny  be expected to null'.--���������  "What number doos the honorable  Hon of tho moon and stara desire?"  "llohl, two-thiee,"  Hllonco. Then tho oxchiinge ro-  hiiiiioh:  "Will the honorable rjiemon grnc-  lr,,���������l,r   f,\,.c**t,*������   llm   |i,>,i1rsr(���������nc-'  Of   tll(������  inslKnifieiint Horvlce, and pot-mil thin  humble hIuvm ol Uio wire (o lut'orm  him that tho novur-to-Lo HUlllclontly  'cenBiireil lino lit bus,y.  Ician, but. special trains were provided to convey hini to the house and  to- tako him back to London again.  A sumptuous dinner awaited him, and  tho smallest wish ho expressed was  at once compiled with. What that evening's entertainment cost was almost  impossible to say.  ���������Tho hostess of Royally Is likewise  called upon to disburse largo sums.  It is not good form for her to appear  In tiie presence of their Majesties  twice in tho same costume, and during a'woek'B visit as rnuoh as $D,000  may ho, und often in, spout on gowns  alono. Thus it will bo scon that to  onterthin tho King and Quoon Is  Eomothlng that, on nccount of tho ox-.,  poiiBo alone, can only fall to the lot  of the verv favored fow. Hut this cost  Is ��������� ohoprfully borne,, and there are  many pooplo moving In society today  who would willingly apond hnlf tholr  'income .to bo iihlo. to say that thoir  MaieslloH had passed but a slnglo  night under their roofu.        *  panada's Natural Turkich Baths  At tho town of Prostoii, Ontario,  about novonty-ono milcH'woHt of Toronto, natural Turkish but ho are In operation. Near tho town la a lako, the  waters of which .nro Impregnated with  sulphur' nnd other chemical proportion, so that the wntor. besldrm being  sivnllablo for tho bnth an such, has also  medicinal ciuiilltloB, and ro far tho cost  to those availing themselves bolng  Hnfflcilont to roiininorato Die service**  of tliu bnlf-broedH ureimrlnr; tlio bath.  Thin In taken In what In locally called  a "wweat lodge." The lbdgo l������ nindo  by tllRKhiK a bole four feot deep, lining U with (-mail bonlderi* and cover-  lug ll with nu air proof lent. A flro  iH then built in tho hole and kept burning until tho nloiion aro thoroughly  heated. Water from the lako In  .sprinkled on Iho hot stonon and a  mourn arlsea, the alcam being 'laden  with medicinal proportion.  *5i%*  CLACK  POWDER   SHELLS  THE RED  W   BRAND  "Nublack",and "New Rival" are grand  good shells: good in construction, good because primed with quick and sure primers,  and good because carefully and accurately  loaded with the best brands of powder and  shot. They are favorites among hunters  and other users of black: powder shells on  account of. their uniform shooting, evenness  of pattern and strength to withstand reloading.   A trial will prove their excellence.  A L L   D E A LER S   SELL   THEM  rsrrrrr  TRYilURVtVEEYKREMCDV  OR ANVIJOKD EYELID* I  IslarintDoain'tBmurt^SootbtiEyflPato  9tmtfm M Vtamt Ir* mtmlt. IAMl.llt.ili. IL*  Uotma tr* Saha, (a AiaaXte TaUa, tM. IIM  EYK BOOK9 AND ADVIC1 WUW DY UAO,  llurbitEylFtimMlyCtt^Chteinw  Frlend.���������You took your Ron Into  your ������������������sslnbllHhiiH'iit u ls-w mont Iih hko  lo teach him tho bm-liieaii, I under-  stand.   How did he turn out?  HuslneHB Mnn (wearily)���������Clre.it b������c-  Man. IIc'u teaching tu* the buHlncn  now.  Brilliant Idcns  "I'vo found  ������ new xim for those  gramophone records you bought lust  week nnd which cost eucIi a lot of  monoy," said hla wlfo.  "ilOW ClU**-!' >Oll Uli������    JIO u.������������.saisss^,s.  "Yiluf L* yoriv hli'tif*-  "In the fli'Ht plneo," aim hegtin, "I  hold n ukoln of wool ovor my armn,  tio ono end of thu wool on tho reel,  plaoo the reel on tho griunopliono win,  and  then Hlnrt the  machine.    Tho  ��������� t t ii  fMnJi   it*   "*������������������������������'"**    -m\tf   <***���������   fc*v   Kt..*- .  Tho fond -husband gaped In admlra*  .,,^m**-ti,tafit%f*amam"a*m_mM **ima*"*  imttia'a*ssswiiII11���������il"s*ls..Jilll"iIwiis^iw.smiIs'1. i.iski .ata'u*iisi  t������;"T  Ir'  On Christmas Morning  tion,  "Hut that Ih not nil," Bho continued,  "Tomorrow 1 Hhnll place a littlo bath-  brick on ono end of tho recordii, iitnn  the Rmtnophoiio and ko clean the  knives*." '  Ho Ui Mt 111 Kaplng.  Inside Information  Unweleomo Cnller.���������Aro you sure  your'mi&tres������ iwi't lu?  "I hope you don't doubt her word,  sir."  as on any other winter clay,  you can make your home  more comfortable and cheery  by using a Perfection Smokeless Heater.  JL*- ���������"���������MOW'.Ut*������������M__V* 1  ^qrt|Y|-^-.i_j>?  ' Iu gcniil warmlli it quickly at your lervice, ready for wtt in any  emergency. You will need it as a eupplcmentary healer when Uime  eitlra cold ipellc come. Later you will find il just lhe ihrnglorllie  changeable wcalhcr ot eaiiy ^fing- :|  Tlio Perfecllon Healer is litjht and easily carried. It U "fe in  irte hands of a child ���������lhe wleit *nd mint reliable healer made.  Drumi finished either in blue enamel or plain ited; with nickel  Irimminei���������anornanentlo ������ny room.  A itw-s-Ul |.iMn-i,*i.' rfnift.. maVry tmrXinj ftnpni&ih.   AH parti fltf"/  clsuned.  Gallon tout 11 urai nine hour*.   Cool handle; d������mp������i top,  lfttfUitttii*\ftiti nt -hi'teht it.M'i-fi.-,ti.'.^itm: U if/ ti-ii')- el  The Imperial Oil Compaq1 UmHeJ  m____(^__._?*mmrf>-?wif, T , .   M -y-iiiifliliiiiitiiiiirnilfr-iirT-r-r-rT it" ���������-  ss  m.~lif  nil ,i   in ���������'" <M\-   ,-  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMIUA^  v "X. -_*Mr*m  t- ���������.f^WJW- |s>V_-TX t_l~m.-X.  WE   HAVE just opened out the largest and best **  assortment  of Wall Paper ever shown *.  in this city.    Our papers are the famous il  Y-TaUoii Fosters and Reg. N. Boxer manufacture  CALL AND INSPECT PATTERNS  AND GET PRICES.  WATCH    FOR  A. McKINNON  -ra^jBiKr-m.*- aug m*imiKtat*a___tiJiajm  ta__sgya_j_______!i <m.ic*it^^  Mayor McLeod and Mr. Jas.  Abr.uns arrived home on Sunday trom a very successful mission to Victoria ro isolation"hospital. Thesegentlemen on arrival at the capital lost no time  in seeking and obtaining an interview with Hon. Di*. Young,  Provincial Secretary, to whom  they presented their case so ably  and convincingly, that they succeeded in exacting a promise  from him, that the five thousand  dollnrs asked for would be forthcoming. Mr. McLeod speaks in  glowing terms of: :tiie!i kindness  and courtesy of 'that honorable  gentleman. Thanks are due our  representative in tlie local houso,  Mr. M, Mahso'u, for his able and  willing assistance iu the matter.  Mr. Manson is.always.'-'in hearty  accord with anything that is . in  the best interests of his constit  uency. Tlie Provincial Secretary requested that plans for the  proposed hospital be forwarded  to him without delay." We-congratulate the.;'delegates on the  able presentation, of   their   case  "and the" very grattfyi'ri g ���������-��������� success  flUaiued.���������tend them again.  COMMUNICATION,  $ditor News.  Sir:-���������We were until recently  assured in loud and exultant  tones tliat Reciprocity was dead  find buried, even now, we oc-  casionallyhear jt,but it is like one  "crying iu the wilderness" with  a very weak voice indeed, and  only by those in ignorance of  the onward match ol events.  Tlie grain growers last mouth  in their convention at Brandon  demanded greater markets with  more freedom to buy and .sell,  Thoy nn- also lfl)i������g *l>e foundations of a great cooperative organization for buying and selling; like China the-fanners are  waking up to their own interests, and they will not be denied  cither,  Funnel's have*, and arc: asking'  for their machinery to be put on  lhe free, list; practically all   the  in an uracil! re i;i get theirs free   of  dtls.y   or t'l::i.*,  Uk'ii' i.iW UiaU I'i.'t  on the I've list.      li' Uie fanner;-.  CO ���������:.   ,i-'i '''.ee trade ii: iheir pro  cl *.���������'   ami lii-ichinery tli-��������� v would  be a groat <lei<l better o'f.  WImu .-cUs lot niOii: in ihe  United Stale.** than t'tiimda; ng  rictilnirul inipuMncn.!' n'v uiu up-  or in th'. Htott'H, implements  thai ':osi $> . ii"re fan hi,- Wi^lii  i.i t/.,c',A., ibi .'���������-, !*iui"'ws tliat  ine #$(] here can ie' bought ilu-iv  ���������ov ^17. U ."���������(������ with I'i eight ami  3," per c'.*n- Ir."/. Ai.uricrt'* man  iifaetu*.*-.'.. 'M. 1 f-ivo I.'. ;i 2,, pes  cent hciier article tor to per cent  ���������Jess cist., 's it theu any wo'-der  thut Grain GroweiiV Association  of 30,0'JO or more ������������������'������������������nibr-r'- mill  dt'inand broader niaikets with  freedom to buy und vx\\.  Anyone '''Iki has ie,ul the   let  U rs in tli" S������av from the funnel;''  under the mov^'imc  can realize  tliiiii   poaitiou,   what willi iheii  B and to per cent nioifgn .<���������.���������*, in  HurttM';e cent pan if.s mui iuiplc -n  THE   BIG  SIGN  McPhee l>lock, Cumberland  eut companies' charges, railway  extortion and uo cars to carry  their wheat, which freezes or is  spoiled by damp; they are be  tweeu the jaws of a vice and  directly tliey cannot scrape suf  ficieut to meet these charges  the screw is turned and ihey  are squeezed out of tlieir farms,  all the economy and labor of  years is lost and gone.  These are" some of the results .of the so called victory of.  September 2ist last, this refusal  of another market is not only  disasterons to the farmer but  equally so to the consumers,  for the high prices aud cost of  living is such, that even ��������� reg  ular work aud good wages scarce  ly suffices to feed, clothe and  house the frugal steady worker  and his wife and family in de  cent comfort.  STILL HOPEFUL  According to recent reports, J,  H. Ilawthi-riith waite will start a  Socialist daily paper at Vancouver in the near future.  ____It J_s__b__ mj-olKcial l_y_ b tatad tl 1 :i_t  provincial ejections will take place  011 March 28th.    =  Cumberland Baseball Club held  a most enjoyable danee in the  Cumberland   Hall   on    Tuesday  night.  A man .by tin. name of John  Kaviti, aged about tifty, was found  dead in a cabin at Salmon river,  about fifty miles above Campbell  River. He ha.i been shot through  tho abdomen whilo iu bed. by  some party unknown. It is not  known how long lie survived after the shooting, ns ho was alone.  Hid body was discovered by a  man passing that way. Tho de  eea-H'd hud como but roceiilly  from South Africa, and hud pur-  ch'isnd forty acres of lnnd.  Hunk book, drafts and cash repro  Hunting 916,000 woro found in  tlio cabin, which goes to show  that it c/ntld not havo been uiur*.  ���������ler with intent to rob. Coroner  A brums hold an inqum.it Mr,  Willanl, ollicial udmiiiij.trulur,  \\ I'i thirt week lo   take   charge, of  l-liVclH.  Ku-rybudy  jjyi ready   fur   tl c  provincial electi0:1.  M'PHEE   &   MORRISON.  Siicooscoi������ to J. Mention ft Bono, "Plo-  r.oei" si en or,-* I Merchnnto at  Coin tenr.v,  li.O.  WrltlnK up llio hl'ilory of UiIh uui-t:  In pi'flty similar to wi'IHii*" up 11 hln-  tnrj   A tlio .own of (,'ourtcmiy. II. U  tlio old "jilonoor ������������������toro mul Mijiiily c;;n  trc* piii] mart of tr.ulo luiro, nml linr  l'oiMs  eondtietoil   uiiilor ' tlio   proifont  i.ni.io  nnd  intuiarOiiKiit  only  tluvluf--,  tho piml throo you i'h,   Konnoi'ly It win-  ,1.   McHioo   'i  Soiih,    iiowovor,   Mr,  Willi er   Mol'hivs   of   llio   i-i'''**f>i)'   I'i'in  v,i,si uriuu������luioil  with IiIh fnthor ovor  i.sllws;   in,*   it.u>  opi;s,lti*.i   ill   till   Cs'lilsj*..  dUtilot, mid tlio liui:lii(ji!fj hi oarrlcsl 011  tlio Hnnio on with tlio old linn uh o.  yoi������, Tlioy liundlo nn immoniio stock  of pmottnally ovcrythlniu' ro'iulrod to  ont or wt*nr und alio fnnit iniu'lilitoiv.  WIU'Oll**,   tll|-.l|;i������H,   OK!.     'ino   hi oro   in  tlio londiiiK ouo in Uiiu i-ecUou of tin  country ttiid dooH a wholnmilo and ro  (all tnulo, Tliof Hiipply tho l(������Kf?lu('  s'/uiuiH ivlili grneorluH nnd provlHlonii,  W.' would bn romlKH In our slutv It  wo  dhl uot lucord  tiiin   Iioihm  v?i>  '���������;*���������[*,,-(:) -|Pf)t!on end itwiu'd i' 11 lill.li  ���������jilr.ro li'.'i'fl nn wn pans In rovlnw. Tli**  now Iirm will roiitrtict to rspornts'  v Uh tho wino lll'oi-ii!, jtotivhh'sVi- mxi'  ontdrri'lrhig motliodH nn (difiuicloilx/'il  tho ohl firm r.nd T'romli v.) ns'ii ImM n*  bfircnlmi to ttisilr jiatro-.iH tU*n in tho  n  KilsXn  PAfiHIONABLE   TAILOR  LADlfiS' & Gknti.kmen's  TAILOR  MADE     SUITS  FROM   $20-00   TO ������35,0,0;  Cleaning   and Pressing  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices,  Phone 52  Cumberland .    Ij  C*)  MAROCCHI BROS    1  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  s Wines arid Liquors.   ,  L        SECOND   STREET  \~������\ft*^������~*a*r!!tM)*mi*e*^^ *t*tt&*a������mf\&**l&*^^  rtaa xm ata jw_ i_mm.w  patrons right and when they return  acain to the town camp at The Elk  Hotel. - , ' ���������  Comox and surroundings is on  the ever of a *'boom" and wo predict greater things in store for The  Valley during the coming year or  two than at any time in the past.  Tourists, tl: simmers, travelers and  homescclcevs as well as huntsmen  will fjr.;l everything to his liking at  The Elk Hotel. Comox is one of the  prettier-t rlacc on Vancouver Island  and an ideal resort for boating, fishing, hunting driving, automobiling  etc.. and there are boats coming and  goinng nearly every day of the week,  to come from or return to tho city.  Mr. Martin has operated the Elk  Hotel three yer*.rs and was formerly  in the same line sometime' in the  Alaska country. At Dawson, Fairbanks, and Cedar Creek. He was born  in Ireland.  M'KEAN  &  BISCOE.  A Progressive* General Merchandise  Firm of Courtenay.  Messrs. McKean & Biscoe operate a  nourishing grocery and gents' furnishing goods store on one of the best  corners of the city and they are mak-  ing_a_success_ofrl he ..business Eight-,  een months' ago Mr. McKean established, the business, and about a year  ago ho and Mr. BlEcoe formed a partnership, and thoy are making an excellent commercial team. They are  industrious, energetic and operate on  up-to-datr. commercial principles, and  thoiefore are successful. Mr. Blseoe  is also a realty dealer and a sketch of  him may he roen elsewhere. We therefore expect a liberal patronage for the  house and award it a high place here  as we iiaes in review.  LOGYE & McLEOD.  Exclusive     Gerttts'      Furnishers      at  Courtenay.  This firm ranks among the loaders  in this lino and they, hoar reputations  botli in a personal and business,sense  thot arc mo?t creditable to them." Thoy  operate a splendid establishment and  wo know that genuino bargains aro  to be found there evory day in tho  yoar. Thoy occupy very conlrnl premises and are Increasing their custom  each month.  Tho members comprising the firm  aro both full of cnersy and ontorpripo  and it is a jiloasuro to obsorvo the  puccosH the con corn is. mooting with.  They carry a splendid stook of clothing, gents furnishings, hootc and  shoos, Thoy pay fair prices for everything thoy buy and aro Hatlsflecl with  a reasonnblo margin for profit.  Mr, Logyo hails from Now Dnins-  wick-anil Is a graduate of the Frodor-  ton THitdrtesH Collego, Mr, MacLeod  Ih ono ot CumbarlnmlB loadlnK merchants, nnd Iuih boon olootod mayor  of Cumberland again I'or 1012,    ���������    ,  MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM LEWIS.  Picneers'   of    Courtenay,    Vancouver  Island, B. C.  ��������� Away back in the early sixties, in  the historic days of the Cariboo gold  excitement, Mr. Lewis emigrated from  South Wales, his native land, to Canada. Not finding the venture of gold  mining in the Cariboo District an el-  dorado, he proceeded elsewhere to  try for fame and fortune iri the new  America. He proceeded to Nanaimo,  on Vancouver Island, then a promising centre for the opening up o'f a  great coal -industry.  Not finding employment, he worked  southward and landed in California".  "The Sunset Sfote of the Golden  West," and there he found work in  the mines at Mount'Diablo. Here he  did well and made a great strlV-o���������for  he met ..Miss Margaret Griffith, a  charming young Welsh lady irom his  old home shire in South Wales, whom  he wooed and wed, and his Califor  nia bride is still by his side. Mark  you, all' this took place nearly forty  years ago.  Having the vision of an ancient  seer, Mr. Lewis still believed in tl\e  great possibilities of British Columbia  and returned again to the 'north and  pitched- his-tent- in-the^great-Comox,  DiBtrict at Courtenay, .Vancouver Island. Here he has remained ever  since, a period of thirty-five years.  HV. 1; .! ,i~5 r,-.''av T f. M':'. 'if dn  Although thero were possibly -lots of  homesteadlng or opportunity for it in  those 'days, Mr. Lewis nevertheless  bought out an early settler by the  name of Charlie Gieen for a few thousand dollars, who then returned "by  Jove, dont you know," to the old land  with his., spoils.  Mr. and Mrs. Lewis have lived here  to a happy, ripe old ago and aro still  halo and hearty. They have accumulated large possessions in this wonderful and most bountiful country.  Mr. Lewis is one of tho founders ot  Courtenay, and a nunihor of the business bulldinc-s occupied by various on-  terprlFos o* orating hero wore eroctnd  by hln an si he has now undor construction (wo moro fine residencoe  which will 10 ready for occupancy  shortly.  This ������������������*'���������<--'.-.������������������������������������ couido havo displayed  fucli indefatigable energy und dotdr-  mlnation to uucceod nnd tlioroforo, ar  wo chroniolo tho records of thoso who  havo added luetro to tho annals 0'  Cnuvlonay hlntory, Mr. and Mrs, Lowlt*  must cortulnly be accorded goimroiiE  mention and awarded a high placo In  thoso columns.  K. C. Einilo ox poets lo leave  hy mi to for Victoria mi Tlm rail u*)';  H������ will bring with ���������'hinr-- on Iuh  return 11 now Hvn-piiPscn^oi' enr  for Dan Kilputriuk.  HERE is an oll-biirnlnf* lamp which produced a flood ol  pure, white light���������more brilliant thnn gin or electricity  ������������������yet wonderfully mellow nml en-ay on the eyets, Il i������ simplo  nnd safe, clean and noUvlcni, docn not till the room with ohnos-  iourt, tinheuhhf ul odoto. Tolmvoabcttcr lighted home, with on  AiacMm Mantle Lamp  IIIVIM   Ml    Mlf   Virsi   SSHSH m   tTI't     WU     fcIMM    ������W    IV)     fUlf *  TRY an Aladdin Lamp in Your Home Beforo You Buy  s S....I.S. .S..S.S- ���������.���������,... ,!....,_- ,...., ..j ciistnslfillnr f/prtof lliw-l-i h������ Abil.lln r  lymy yoiioiii Intorcn'i'tl,   I'll un (tlrsd tolirlnic ssn  light or two, isnlisil*/ without oblkiiloiv Mill  I Isisnlvls Tiblo, llrtscltel, llanitlriiT, Will in si Clunsltillnr Ij/pMol Ilmpsi���������l:i Im Abil.lln Uni.. Inr cveTv  io a pirn rmli'isl ilmpls/nsy yosi mu lim>rcsj'i*<l.   I'll         purpoBu,   Ji'si ilmp mo a'psis.i rnS'iriil limplym* yon ara lii'u'rcCiiil^   I'll utijtlridfiais'iTi's  ihow you trnl t������iv< lis yuui 'soint to uio 1 olglil or two, isHhsil*/ without obllitnlou,  t*-m_**to'.+.n mJZitf.i,  ;-.:.\-x-Sir:..rtU\:,iif*iamm.\-u^^^  Alisl sills Limtsiis  Ibneitdlosliy.,  ���������MiSSSSMmsHHIMIMMI "*  Soldfor tlie Cumberland & Couids:  District, by tlio  ay    Co-operative  Company, Ltd.  Sole Agents.  J'AMES WEBSTER  Bub-Agent  Cnxi&barland  tf9rTi\*rXWZZVT.VX^*tt  % fiakanishi, Pvop.  *  ���������GENERAL"REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, SStc_, Etc.  i Plumbing Done.  I  Bicycles for .Sale  p/. ���������p,c!llffcntf2  t% . * . -       Cleveland,,ATassey-Harns  ^ and Mire* - , and Herfect bicycles.  ������ - P.*0. Box 360 ' " Telephone 7-0  ������ ��������� -' ��������� '   *     . . . , .  - y  IE you want Cheapest and Hest pa'ronise���������  K. ABB & Go.  .. N0...5 Japanksk Town,  Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,  Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.  I have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost  $45.00 each,  NoW $35.00 each ���������   |  ^llllllll!l)l.i:illllllS!lll!NI!!-!IUIII!!IIM  -Reserve $7,200,000^  I  Capital $6,800,000.  I   The Royal Bank of Canada,  1 ������  1 DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,, PAYABLE   ALL ������  I OVER   THE    WORLD. 1  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid io SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest |  I at highest Current Rates allowed on I'tpOHitg of-$ 1 txv.d upwiuds. I  1 CUMBEKLATSTT), B. C., Bmnch, Open Daily.               .-   . |  I UNION WHARF, B. C,   Bub-Brach, Open Thursdays |  I D. M. MORRS&OIV, Manager.          , ������  I '                   COURTENAY,   B.,C ,    Branch,    Open Daily. .           y . . ������  1 WM. HOFP, Mar-asKer. i.  l!llllll!llllllli!ll!llinHl!!!illl!il!l!llillllinill!IH!nillllllllllllli;iliil!llll!!!l!!lllilllllllllllillliH ������  i  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V, B0f40HA=  a,ammn nt *,i  UUholesalc Dealer in ^IflES, LiIQUOR & feEKt^  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20...,  CUMBERLAND  awspi m,.nn.,mmmmm m��������� *,*,  mi _t\\imnraineMaiuu_McaHxit_?u_r_mBaxim  This is the first spring in the history of Coniox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the.supply, Nothing pays belter than  poultry ."if they.'.nre rightly hinnuged. Begin  with the. little Yellows and* feed tlieiu OHlCK  FOOD, which is a mixture of hone meal, whent,  oats, corn and olhor gniiii, cut nud blended,.,-in  the right proportion to uinke them thrive and  grow,    For sale by .  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   ��������� Coil .rfd'.fj, I,  HISALEU IN KI.OUII AND. I'EKI.),: ji  _��������� ypmm^naai.VMSm apMjMKmaama&tx&fa-az&uttj ���������vwmmiatscsmvxaxi  J^jifa mmWmaaatmmwatxwiBt meaKmmaamrjiitmm \P arcudi Jia*3������s__si__jaaa_  Ten Miles foraCent  Ffsim (ins-i-lcntli In (-nn.fiMi s������s>r*ii **i  milo coven the coil of opRtMint. n  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTORCYCL'S  Th������s3||nntOr#yr������ollBW  . TliU mncliino li(nlwny������ ready (or 0  ..-.'i^ ul,Lij) ui a i,..i.u������un; lust, Will uu  ill* rond work o( 3 honei, No cxnome  when idle. Wa would like lo tell you  mora about tho greutcit ipoft in iho  world,  Gime in and kb ut,  TKOS, PUMLEV,'  n--s  V rTfr  mmmmrm-_l   i  ���������*!M-MamfTt*W3l_p    I  uwmma%Mm.ia*\r*  '���������If you get i' ot l*liiule,\'B it's 'AurHioiiT,1'  P 0 ~Wo Do ".npftirli k  mmwMJCMtmfmvfamjamtnaiamuim fawmaam-f^amnaian mi ,u������  MmhmKtamvomml mmrnKtaaWmwm V Eumamli HiMmwaanaammM  J  t  i  n

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