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 ,'"*" *��������������� V.:tf������,-.*'->'-<'-'  /..������������������       r   A Journal Devoted B&peclcUIy, to ������be Interests of Comox Distriot.  . v.*!"'"'"-'*'"*--  w  T;ik News, Twentieth Year.  CUMBERLAND   B. C,    WEDNESDAY,  OCT., 23, 1912  Subscription #1,00 a Year  You Need a  Suit or Overcoat for Fall  or Winter.  We have the largest  mun ber of patterns to  choose from. The famous-  C. N. R. brand. - We  guarantee fir, style* and  workmanship.  Call in and look over,  our largo sample* book;  contains nothing but the  VERY NEWEST in  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds in overy shade, mix-  ture and stripe.  Our New  Line of Men's  Fedoras.  i^t^y^^^aijafma^^mr^it^  %. FOR  STOVES  AND  -if-  \*'.  *,*..  Furniture  . Supplies  Baths,  Lavatories  Thorn .s Graham, chief inspec- ftginfofap n?  lor uf coal nvnes for B. C., is here  on otiicial business.  Il has been staled that the Dominion Mmis'ev   of   Lfiboi-   hai  ster m pudhc  Works 'Banqueted  been adce-i ru ns.* his influence in  trying lo effect a settlement of  the mining trouble here. If this  be U'lie, we trust ihat ho mi:-.)' be  succes.-ful.     ��������� ! "  Many of.tho men  aro busying  themselvc*'cawing'* block**-.   This  slmnl I   |)i*ovi'. profitable  employ  . ino.it, us co.'d is hard to get,  'Hunks, the citizens nppiecia'e  the cleaning np of Dunsmuir  Avenue.  Lots <sf nice things were said  about "Bob," at the banquet the  other night. Tliey were coming  to him nil right, all rigid, aud  '���������Donald" ���������made n good chairman,  letting uo guilty ujiui escape, not  even "Tlie Dig Man from Uniee,1'  and''Dad."  The Canadian Hank of Commerce \t\htH first place among the  bank}) of the Dominion, according to dispatches.  M- ������.i   ���������>***������������������ i NiiW������mtaamm mmmm**mam  Mr. and Mrs. H. Parkinson  Arrived home on Saturday last,  from a ten days visit to Vancouver and Victoria.  The editor "fn vfdiginuq pnper  Juus .Marled a dineu^iou by the  question, "Shall wo shoot our  old preadicrs ?" Equally fatal  results might be secured by snd������  deniy doubling' tlieir saUii'io.-*.���������  V\ "  l'i\ I 1  Onr old and much respected  fellow townsman, Mr, James Ab**  rams, nhvay*. enlivens a 'banquet  pr uny other function tint may  hiivsi the pleasure of hiu-presence,  wllh his u-niiubecnecs and stories  i>f early day* in UriM-di Coluin*-*  }/Hi,    M..V^hcluug -liy-t������ >}>.*..  irnomg  supplies  *wmat_ imiw n il  I u���������ipnawrwmwaiii<i,  la M, gin *%4 |h H  PlIOKK   31  TrE;:BATE  *nAl  !������,  limmi  ayemle  Ft  usi  A number of auloiliobiles with  members of tlie Onservative; Association aud the,Board of Trade,  proceeded to Courtenay on  Friday afternoon to meet and welcome Hon. Thomas Tayloi, Provincial Minister of Public Works,  who with a party  of friends was  on his way here from Campbell  River,    A banquet was tendered  th-nninistor   by   the   Conservative Association and the Hoard of  Trade at. the   Union   Hotel   on  Friday evening, at which about  fifty, including invited guests sat  down to a .sumptuous repast prepared by "mine host"   Mr. J. N>  McLeod.    President I), Xi.   McDonald of the Conservative   As.  sociation   occupied   the    chair,  After the many  toasts  were responded to, spoeJies,   songs .etc.  were, indulged In, until  about'2  a m.   Hon. Mr, Taylor, who is  a pleasing speaker, delivered a  short, * 'iit interesting and encouraging   address.   The    banquet  was a success in   every   panic  ular, and reflects much credit on  all concerned. A number of prom  incut  gentlemen  of  Courtenay  were iv, attendance, which t.nid"d  greatly to tulivon lhe occasion by  speeches etc.    Hon. M.i. Taylor  nnd party left  oi)   Saturday   for  Victoria.  DIED  Samuel 0, Davis, sr. formerly  ol Ctimbtrl.ud, H. C., died" at  Vauoouver, B. ('*,, this   Thursday  The juvenile diamalic talent of  Comox was very much in evid������  once last Saturday afternoon,  when a performance which lasted  over an hour, was given by the  children in a smalt building utl���������  joining the K. of P, Hall, Comox  This building was put up by the  children and is used for Saturday  afternoon entertainments,*  Curiosity, caused by a series of  mysterious rcheaisals during the  week, groups of whispering child  reu, and hints of a concert drew  quite ifuuiubiu-of gro".'ii-up3   as  well   us smaller children   to   the  '���������.Bay" last   Saturday  afternoon,  As tho crowd uoared "The Children's Hall" they saw enormous  illustrated  signs proclaiming the  wonders of the tdiuw to be held in  side,  ''Curtain rises at II o'clock"  greeted you from all sides as you  passed  up the lane and  entered  the hall.      At 8 o'clock sharp  the curtain wiw, slowly lolled up  disclosing a siuull nicely decoiat-  stage,   The audience eat convulsed with laughter'during the will re 'performance.    On������'  nl   <h'"  liesl numbers ou the programme  was nn imltntion of Harry Laud  er in "The wedding of Sandy Mc-  The members of tlie Comox  Branch of the Anti-Tuberculosis  Society unite in-thanking the  children hca'tily for their kind  and thoughtful offering.  The regular meeting of the Oity  Council was held on last Monday  evening, there being a full meeting of the Board.  Minutes of las-1 regular and spc  cial meeting October "lOtli, read  adopted and signed.  Couiiiiunk'atious���������Fi'om Depn  ty Minister of Public Works, Ot-  tawa, ro alterations in post oihco  ddovvalks; it was regularly mov ���������  ed airl seconded that the Clork  communicate with the Department and fully explain the situation and 'nsk Ihem to meet the  cost oi necessury alterations.  Prom Martin Griilln & Co, aud  also from Topper, K.itto tt Wight  mau re money by-laws as all communication* so lar had been with  Mr. Griffin that Ihe matter bo  left in his lunula to settle.  ���������jr-rr^E FIND on taking over the business  ^-*^a*% 0f tlie Cumberland Departmental  Stores lliat the store is considerably overstocked, aud we have therefore decided to  give the public the benefit of buying at prices  hitherto unknown in tlie West.  <*-** BARGAINS ^  IN EVESY DEPARTMENT  THIS SALE is intended not only to -clear  out odd Hues of summer goodi*, bat yoti emt  buy your Fall and Winter Clothing as well ttt  a   GREAT  REDUCTION   ScF* Sale opens Monday ruo-ruiug Oct, 7th,  and contiuuos  For One Week ONLY  October 7th to the 12th Inclusive  Terms of sale ���������     STRICTLY SPOT CASK.  REMEMBER THE DATE  Macfarkne 'Brothers  THE CVliNE-il STORE;      WNSMUIR A VENUE  D. Hunden reported work on  sewers, clearing stumps etc., amounting to.$58.50, ������  Bills sind accounts���������  C.n.Tarbelh... ........$22.70  Richardson & Haywood...    1.00  A. K. M.cQuttrrie'....���������..".    20.0.0  A. It. Kierstead......... 42,80  D. Hunden ..',. ..*,*... .V...  58.50  > $145.00  ���������.Referred to Finance Commit,  tee.       .  Application for scavenger; the  ballot was restricted to property  owners and Mr. Thomas Conn  was appointed for the position,  duties to commence November  1st, 1012, There were 85. applications.  Aid, Beveridge criticized the  action of Iho mayor iu placing  policemen at the meeting held  by the miners in the City Hall  on Saturday, Oct, nth. The  action of the mayor was supported by Aid. Willard, the mayor  having acted in his capacity a*  chairman of tho police commissioners and by request,  Council adjourned,  It was urged upon the Minister of Public Works at the banquet on Friday night, the necessity of a railway through Cumberland. The honorable gentleman we feel sure v/ill not forget  that he was urged upon that  poiut When our, cith'.enfi lave  an object in view for the -better-  meut of Cumberland, they etiiy  with it. ���������  mmmmamQmimm  Oue of   the   mpst  enjoyable  concerts ever held in this city,  was given in the Cumberland  Hall on Tuesday evening, undei  the auspices oi th*; br. M, W. of  A. Tlie hall was crowlcd to  ihe doois. Four wcl* of film  were shown, interspersed with  songs. A dance Was held alter  the  enteitiiininent,   nt   whicli a  large number remained.  Kllis Kogeis, of Nauaiino, who  'is well known here, has dis|x>scd  of properly at Vaucouvvr for  ������300,000. Mr, I'ogers .still retains valuable pioperty ul tnat  place,  HaraiKazffissmrn^^  ���������>'   ,   *,  J.-^snJ,  "J  V"ir      1  *nt  it  morning,  Funeral will take  place from MeAdle's Undertaking pitrloiv, Naiuiimu, on Monday  iiev*-.  brought down the houso and the  youthful comedian had to return  again and again. Finally all the  children who had taken part a>  ������������������cmbU'd on the singe ami i-.-ing  "God Save Tha King." Tho  proceeds amounting to $���������) .'5  were given to tin* Cnmox Ihaneh  N  MKN'S UNDKUWKAH  Stiiiidcld's unuhriiikable quality, in wliito-  nbliad ofl'eot. It's a splendid underwear  fi������r pi-went weiir, slnule hroastod vests  with full length body and pUiovob; drawoM  are pant lliiiiihod and ankle length.  .TRICE $3.00  MEN'S WATKRIMIOOF COATS 'Curries'  Just in, all guaranteed, best   valuon  ever  oiTered. I'rim* ranging from *S.OO to $20  J.ADUCS' SIUv TAILORED   WAISTS  (   Newest s!yh's in ladies, tailored nilk shirt  wi.lMs; lhi'f.0 vviii.-l.* are. made with soft  tuni.hiU'k t'.iiWwfr. and cet-bi shirt sleovvfl  Colors in plain white and black, and blnck  and white i.lripcd  and a  few  black and  v. tif. .-..smMmmf. *m* ���������nmtmm*m** :  \  whito nootly tiiiumcd  with  laco.   Sizes  84- to U] PIUCES FROM *.!i.50 to $7.00  ALL WOOL SWEATER COATS  A big range of these now in stock for  mon, women and children.  They uru woll    (  worth yonr inspect ion; ids" limited sup.  ply of ladies' sweater o.natft mi fancy knit  all   wool with ji'ickets, cnfi's and heir  and  > , IS  aviation cap \o ,uaior, vuiwp, ������*>>������ ..������.<v,  tan and red.  If you   want to mutch fill:1' or   trim  tningo como   to   Campbells'.     A   largo  stock to choose from.  Campbell   Bros,  Dunsmuir Avenue.  nl'ihy Auli T..bc������--;ul(,l.i, GwcicV^.   %kr**sM&wii.mM^^ ���������*yyy  .���������������������������������������������������. '���������'  THE NEWS. CUMKEfflr.AND. B. a  IN THE  By L. 6. MOBERLY  Author of..   , -,   v-y-.���������*  "Dun and Another," "A'-TknilW,  W**b," ������������������"Sin*.of Alleon Deer-  Inoi" etc., etc.  WARD, LOOK ������. CO., UIMITHO  London, Melbourne and  Toronto.  (Continued!. ."..���������'  Look here, Soames, he said firmly,  beating back his own sick repulsion,  there's no face in that comer.,There's  ���������nothing but an old book-shelf. . Pull  yourself together and don't let-imagination play havoc with your senses.  Imagination! Again that laugh  struck a chill to Dynecourt's soul. He's  dead, I tell you���������all England knows  ho's dead. But I tell you what all  Hug-land doepn't know, and what I've  como hero on purpose to tell you���������  he shook his head, chuckling grimly.  Nobody knows who killed him. I  know���������nobody else knows. I haven't been homo since it happened. I  didn't dare go home. I've come here  to tell you I can't bear the secret  alone, I say I can't bear It. His  *yes suddenly glared round at Dyne-  ���������.������������������ourt, I've got enough to bear  without. *hat���������because���������you sec���������I  killed him.  You killed "who?  I didn't mean to do it, whined the  wretched man, cowed apparently by  Dynecourt's sharp tones. I.swear to  heaven I nover dreamt of killing him,  even though his knowing his own  history spoilt all my schemes, and  yours, ioo If he had never found  out,, that he and old Hernesley���������1  Are you talking about young Tritton? Dynecourt interrupted, " the  meaning of Soames' broken sentences  breaking upon him -with dreadful  Clearness, do you mean that you���������  J kilied him, yes���������I killed him,  Soames'-* noidded excitedly, but you  are never to breathe it to a soul. The  seal of confession, you know���������the  _v.-.l of confession���������you can't tell on  me, and 1've'r.ot got to bear it alone  any more.    -;  The sort of fiendish Joy with "Which  the lawyer spoke made Dynecourt's  blood run cold; he looked down* on  the man in,the chair with loathing;  1r. his eyes  You can't understand what you are  caying, tin said, trying to make himself speak calmly, how could you  potsibly have killed, young Tritton?  You were not at Mansmere on the  day of the murder. I should have  seen you there if you had been in  , the lane at the time.  You would have seen   me   there?  ���������Soames-pulled-himself^upright-in-his  chair.     What were you doing there?  That is no concern of anybody but  myself.     I. was there. ','.   I saw Tritton.     I spoke to Wm���������  Oh! You spoke to him? A gleam  of maniacal cunning flashed into  Soames' eyes. Then there is no reason, why they shouldn't have accused  you of tho murder instead of Sir Miles  or���������of me.  The gleam left his eyes, his excitement died down. He was once more  a cowering shrinking heap of humanity, afraid of the sound of his own  voice. -His words had awakened in  Dynecourt the long train of terrors  through which he himself had parsed  during the week following the murder, who* each day he had wondered,  with a sicl: dread,Whether some pass-  or-by would Identify him as having  stood and talked to Tritton in the  lane; whether some proof would bo  adduced to show that Ue, .and not  Miles Hernesley, had boen the last  person to soo tho dead man alive.  And now the truth was told at last,  and���������his hands were tied. Ho could  say nothing. Fool that, ho was, he  had promised silence, promised to respect Soames' confidence, littlo dreaming what that confldenco would bo,  and now ho was powerless. And nn  Innocent man was   accused   of   the  Girl Cured of  Disfiguring Pimples  ���������imwawiii   is wh-iiii  By Cuticura Ointment. Broke Out.on  Face when Twelve or Thirteen.  Wero Most Embarrassing,  Had Tried Everything,  A Novo ficotla ulrl, Miss Mnlwil Morostt, of  Dovor \Vt*8t, wrlts-si "Winn I waa about  tw������lvo or tlilrtM*n years of a������s\ my faco  lirolio out with plmpli,*n, and I tried ovory.  tliliiB to n������t rlil of them, but failed. Tho  plmplua wero tlm v/orat on my foroheail ami  rliln. Tlwy camo out In group!! anil ilisvolopoil  later Into uon-H, IloltiK on my faco tlmy  rmiwA ureat dUflffurcniniit, anil wero mont  cinlmrriwDlnn,  "After trylnif tu, many remHlM without  iiikucm, I snw tlm Cuticura Oliitnn*iit ad van  tlui'il, and I Rfiit for A box, I thun applied  It to tho pimple**, and in a wenk I saw a  {treat clinn������n In my fiicn, I liopt lining It,  ami In a fnw month* It remlnn'-l a complfttn  cum, Now you cannot toll t cvs<r hnd  pimple,*), thanks to tlm Cutloura Ointment."  (tflgncd) Mlsa Mabel Moraali, Mar, Ul, 1011.  crime which that skulking creature ln  the chair had committed.  Dynecourt kicked a footstool out of  his way with feverish * energy, and  paced the room in silence, watched  by the lawyer's furtive, frightened,  eyes.  Why���������have you copie In the  scheme, , Soames answered softly,  surely we are all partners, you and I?  And, though I didn't mean killing him,  I swear to, you I didn't mean to kill  him, he is out of the way now, and  one more obstacle is gone,  v, It aiw^^igped' as if tho mere  ,fac|;,of;'c-3HfpV"ihg his crime had so  lightened the man's conscience that  he was able'now to view the deed itself with an easy mind, even,capable  indeed ot seeing the advantage to be  gained from it, but Dynecourt shuddered.  Do you know that Sir Miles has  been arrested for. Tritton's murder?  he asked, his stick was found���������    '  Yes, yss, you needn't enter into details. Soames shrank back again.  I picked up his stick, as I went, through  the copse; It .was tquite by chance  that I had it in my hanSi when I met  Tritton .**> I only .meant to say a few  words to him, to try'*-and persuade  him to give up this.senseless quest.  He would never have found out the  truth about his mother's .marriage.  Nobody knows tho truth but myself  and���������  Then you know it? -You knew all  along that Tritton's claim was a just  one?  ,  What does.It matter now? The  man is dead. J Your way is, clear.  Hernesley will bo dead, too, in a few  months, ,'f he doesn't swing for Tritton's murder, that I���������I���������  He won't do that, Dynecourt broke  :n brutally, there is no fear of that  ghastly miscarriage of justice. A  clue'has been discovered.  He had drawn his bow at a venture,  remembering only in that instant, and  in a lightning flash of thought,, his  meeting" with Bevan and Betty upon  the bridge, but the arrow, shot at a  venture, hit its-mark.,.  A clue? the lawyer gathered his  trembling limbs together and rose.  A clue? he jerked out, who has found  a clue?   ������ What is it?  I can tell you no particulars. I  only know that something fresh has  been discovered, and discovered, I  believe, by Misis Dyson, the same  ybuuglady who originally found- the  letter which so altered poor Tritton's  fortunes. > ;  She? The lawyer's face became  suffused with, crimson, has that mis-,  erable girl interfered again? Was  it she���������I saw���������,,his voice faltered, he  shuddered violently, and Dynecourt  saw that he turned the color of ashes.  ��������� You., saw her���������where?  In���������that room where he was lying  ���������all alone. Dynecourt, you must  help me to get away. If this is  true���������if there is a clue���������for the love  of heaven get me away. I tell you  I can't face it���������help me! "  ^_C.ontempt,_rather���������than-any-kindlier  PILES  You will find relief in Ztf&BukT  It eases ihe burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding arid brings  ease. Perseverance/with Zam.  Buk, means cure: Why hoi prove  this 1jt*������l* DrmOtflat* and Storm.���������  * fQabox.'  -A.  THE RIGHTS OF PRODUCTION  Interesting Suggestions Made at Paris  International Art Congress  The International Art Congress recently held in Paris passed many  resolutions which it is hoped the delegates of the governments represented may takp up and indorse by legislation.;  The most important of. these dealt  with the claims of the state and public authorities.to deal with the reproduction :f any works of art they may  acquire.^  It was* unanimously *. resolved that,  as regards ri living artist, the right  should remain with him, and any authority to" copy must be signed by  him; but thai the directors of picture  galleries may authorize single copies  for tho purpose of study, on condition  that such copy is in no way a reproduction in sizo of the original, that  it shall have clearly signed upon it  it is after the author, and that it  bears the stamp of/the gallery with  these words: Copy, Rights of reproduction reserved.  An Eye for Business  The late John It. Arbuckle, the coffee merchant,1 who left an estate of  100 million dollars, often said that a  part of his success was due to his  knowledge of human nature.  - In selling coffee, Mr. Arbuckle once  said to a New York coffee broker,  you should exercise the same keen  discretion which the druggist showed.  A woman, you know, a woman well  on ln years, entered a druggist's and  3aid:   -''*....  Have vou any creams, for. restoring  the complexion?.,.,-..     .-,.;.       ...,; ,':-.:  Restoring, miss?     You mean preserving, said the druggist heartily.  .** And h"ii then" sold the   woman   $17  worth of complexion creams.  To Hava, and to Hold  Once upon a time he had been an  officer In a crack regiment, but he had  fallen on evil days, and in the end  was compelled by force-^ clrcum**  stances to resign _ls"*commissionaad  to enlist in another regiment, as a  humble private. ?  He found it impossible, however, totally to forget .his position, and on one  occasion, being requested by a sergeant to hold his horse-*���������a duty that  did not really devolve upon him���������he  remarked:  Er���������you forget���������er-Vsergeant, that  once I,held his Majesty's commission.  The sergeant looked at him, not  without respect by any means', and  then remarked:  Well, youngster, I'm sorry, but you  will now have to hold one of his  Majesty's horses!   '" . ��������� ���������  Relieves Asthma at Little Expense.  Thousands of dollars have been  vainly spent upon remedies for asthma and seldom, .if ever, with any relief. Dr. J, D, Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy, despite its assurance of benefit, costs so little that it is within  Ihe reach of all. -.. It is the national  remedy for asthma, far removed from  .the class of doubtful and experimental preparations. Your dealer can  supply it.  Seizing the Opportunity  Whilst out for a walk with her little niece, auntie had the misfortune  to rip the lace on her skirt as she  crossed a stile.  Ethel was qujte willing and eager  the lace now, 'so would you mind  stopping down and carefully tearing  off the piece that is hanging loose? *-  Ethel was quite willinig and eager  to please, and duly commenced her  task. For several minutes there was  a sound o_ tearing, really much more  tearing than .was necessary to remove  a small length of brpken lace.  Haven't you finished yet? asked  auntie eventually.  Yes, replied the little girl, rising  wearily. I was taking, it all off. ��������� I  wanted enough for" my dolly's skirt  'while'-1' was about it, and the little  bit^you tore wasn't enough.  Mlnard's  Liniment  Cures  Cows  Garget  In  How She* Voted  At a luncheon in New York Dr.  Lyman Abbott, sipping a glass of ice  cold milk, told "a woman suffrage  story.   ��������� j.-- -, -:        .-���������  I had heard a lot, he said, about  the ��������� wonderful success of woman suffrage in Australia; ' so, meeting an  Australian woman "one day, I .asked:  How did you vote, madam, at the  last election? "  ..'". * The Australian "woman-   answered  sentiment, was 'awakened* in Dynecourt by the sight of the man's pitiful (Jowardice. All the excitement  and-.bravado of a few'minutes earlier  had left hiim. He was once again  white, shaking, afraid, as fn his first  entrance, all manliness lost in deadly, overwhelming fear.  They may be on my track any minute, he cried, looking   wildly   round  him, if she found that paper Tritton  to.ld me he h_ul got hidden, if��������� ,  What paper?-  He told me about it, that day, the  day I saw him in the lane, the day  ���������I��������� further utterance seemed to  choke, he moistened his lips, and went  on in a whisper, he made mo mad by  what he said. He laughed at me,  ho told me he had a paper safe and  sound that would spoil my game. And  because l.o maddened me, I��������� Again  he broke eff, shuddering like ah aspen  leaf, if there Is a clue���������a real clue,  he continued, grasping Dynecourt's  arm, and speaking In fierce ' short  gasps, you will he in it ns woll as I.  It will ruin us both���������hang me, and  ruin you. But Its worse for me,  much worso for mo. Get mo away,  I-say, get mo clear off before his face  comos closer. Look���������look therein the corner���������just whero it wes before���������his sallow faco, and his eyes  that aro afraid���������thoy follow mo wherever I go���������take It away, Dynecourt���������  take It away.  His voice royo to a shriek of tor-  ror, his oyos travelled from the eorner of tho room, anil wandered slowly round, as though following some  moving object,  It's coming, nonror,. ho whispered  suddenly, lt'B coming quite close���������  don't let It como���������Dynocourt, for the  love of heaven, don't let it. conic.  Make him shut hln oyos, tako nwny  IiIb dreadful fnco, It Ih driving mo  mnd���������mnd���������-mad!  (To bo Continued)  with a simper: ,' -.v  In my mauve pannier gown, sir,  with a large mauve hat trimmed ;with  mauve ospreys.  A Poser for Nursie  Nursie!  Little Freddie's voice broke the  twilight stillness of the nursery for  the twentieth time, and "nursie began  to get angry.  Well,' what do you want now? she  snapped.  I only v* anted to ask you���������  I'll answer, no more questions* this  night, said nursie finhly, as she went  on folding, up h'er charge's clothes.  Don't you know that curiosity killed  a cat, Freddie?  The small boy"lay in silence stunned  by the wonder of this statement. Then  he burst out again:  Nursie, what did that cat want to  know?  Darling Came ._���������''  . The summor day was nearly over,  and the last' of tlie crowd had "gone.  The pier an*r sands were deserted  save for.a young lady and man on  the "latter, and'a small group on the  former," Along* the road* : jjarallel  with the promenade came a red-faced  matf, corpulent' withal.  '.' He gave a hasty look over the sands  and the.i bellowed: "  Darling!  The folk on;the pier gave a short  laugh, while the lady looked up fro*������  her book, but budged not ah inch.  Darling! roared the man,in an even  louder voice. But there was no  movement on the sands. The pier  people could;_scarcely contain   them*  selves for,amusement.   .*���������..*���������  The stout man lost all patience, and  picking ud a stone threw it, to the  accompaniment of protest from the  pierites, in the direction of the lady.  The stone, struck tlie man, who looked round to see what was the matter.  Tom Darling, yelled the man, for  the last time, aro you coming?  Darling got to his feet, and the jokers on the pier then melted away to  think of other things.  Detected  Captain? you told mo this boat would  reach tha dock by J) o'clock.  Did I, madam? Well, 1 must havo  lied to you. .We'll bo there in about  twenty minutes,  But the laud isn't In sight yet!  So I seo. Madam, you havo caught  mo In another Ho.  Why the Long Silence  Tho 10-year eld daughter of a well-  knc.yn actress, who lives in Harlem,  went to ,itay, all night with another  little girl a block away. The vis  I tor left home at C p.m. and was to  return a,t noon noxt day. It was her  first night away from homo. The  next morning, about 9 o'clock, she  called her mother on the telephone."  Aro you all riglit,    mamma?    Bho  askod. '������������������'",'"    "    Yes, dear, replied tho mothor.  Sure you're not sick? .  Yes, dear.  Well, why haven't you written me  thon? nslied the child.   ;  Baby's Fnco Like Raw Beef  "My Imby boy had a large plraplo como  f,n   Mr.   fnrfisriftil       It   lillT'l**-   nnd   "tunswl   nil  ovur hla faco which noon lookod like a plffo  til iinv hi-vt, all M.iulLtufT. \&.U lit'J i>)u,yU-..  It wiw swful to Innk at. Tlm poor llltln  thins uwil lo Bcrntcli It nnd cry tnrrlbly.  I took lilm tb a doctor but hi only got  ���������wornfl uniII I wai f|i"lt������ frWitcnKil that Im  would olways tin dlHflgiired. Then I got two  ���������tins of CutkiirH Ointment, to-wlrmr wll It  C'utlrura Hoajs, nml in iv.u iuuiiiih mul ������iuii*_  cimvl lilm. Now of cotirNe I iim Cuticura  Hoap for nil my thlMren Mm*I) Mm.  K. iWv, 00, Waterloo Ud., Aldorshot, Lnij.  land, Mny 21, 1010.       M_ L .,  Cuticura fioap nnrl Olntmont ar������ noM  throiiRliout tlio world, but to tlinno who  havo wiffcrcsl much, lout liopfl anil aro without fulih In nnv trmtmi-nt. a literal nampm  fit each wllh a :i:.'-|*. booklet on thn akin  nnd "fiiln will lio mailed Iti-n, nt) uinllcatlon.  Aslilss-*.* I'otts-r Diuk i Cl������:m. Corp., 40  C'oluMibus Av��������������� lioklon, U. fi, A.  Wllllnfl to Accommodate  Mlstrots���������I wnnt you to understand  Anna, that I will not hnvo that big  policeman In my kitchen.  Anna���������All right,   nui'um,   I   know  a uiiiallor ouo,  Scono (HchoolmiiHtor'H study)���������  MriHter���������Why woro you Inlo for early  Hi-hoot, Wrlglit?  Wrlglit���������ricaso, Kir, I mum huvo  overwiuihod mynolf.  What Could He Do?  Sparo mo a penny, Bir, please?  The clergyman stopped and looked  round. He gave a start of surprise,  Instead of an old or middle-aged  waster, ho saw It youth Qf nineteen  confronting him.  My lad, ho exclaimed, I'm asliamod  of you! A Rtrong, healthy chap llko  you ought to bo at work Instead of  begging,     How camo you to do It?  Woll, sir, ropllod tho youth, It's llko  this: Twolvo months ago I was ill,  and tho doctor forbad������ mo to do any  work until ho told mo, .lust after  that ho died.     So what can I do?  Tro clergyman is still puzzling ovor  tho prnhlom,  No in.in oun norvo two mniUor**,  mild tho jirlont to one of IiIh parishioners,  1 know thai, yor Klvm'onco. Mo  brother ulod It, and now ho's doing  time for hlgnmy,  IS  CRAVING FOR DRINK  ���������aMB*i__aMMBanMHMB_M_M_E_aB_i__w-_H-Ha_a_w__tf-_i-_i-_^_Mn  IT  CAN BE  COMPLETELY  REMOVED  IN   THREE  DAYS  BY   THE  NEAL TREATMENT  A  Nature   Cure  No  Hypodermic   Injections  No Bad After   Effects  i The craving for Drink is due to Alcoholic Poison ln tho body  cells. Until.that poison is removed no Drinking Man can con-  Quer his appetite.     The Neal Wajvwlll eradicate all traces of that  Poison and effect a suro cure in THREE DAYS.  Write for further information to  THE NEAL INSTITUTE  405 Broadway, Winnipeg  2244 Smith St* Regtaa 820 Thirteenth Ave., W., Calgary  More About  The Loading Platform  The present goncrition of Western farmeru will never know the  difficulties and  v xatiens experienced by their predecessors in tho  earlier years when no one could get a carload.of grain shipped in  bulk except ty iondlng it through an elevator.     The system forced  the majority -ot farmers to sell their grain to the elevator owners  at arbitrary j-riccE, and oft times to submit to heavy dockage and  other annoyances, causing continual dissatisfaction.     Now however  the distribution oT wars as fixed by the Grain Act, and the use of the  loading platform, provide facilities vVhlch enable the farmer to secure  satisfactory 1reat.-r.tnt in the disposal of liis grain, and the highest,  market prices at time of sale. ���������  Every farmer therefore, should more  and more endeavor to use the loading ph.tform in shipping his grain  to the terminal elevators.     It Is the safeguard ot the farmers' freedom in disposing of his grain to the best advantage for himself.   If  farmer's refrain Irom using the loading' platform freely, it might result in its being dono away with, because railway companies and  elevator owners ara strongly opposed to it.      It is easy to understand  why  elevator people desire the loa-iing platform abolished.  Tho railway -,'eoplo on their part say it delays the loading of earn  and helps to cauEe car shortage..    This we know to be nonsense,  because frequently after cars are loaded   whether with grain, coal  lumber or other merchandise, they are sideti-acke.: for days and even  weeks instead of being promptly moved forward to destination.     It  is engine shortage and shortago of competout train, men that mostly  ~causes-gramJ-lockade*3-on,railways,and������r.ot lack-of-cars^-Let-ovory-  farmer therefore; di all he can io use t..e loading platform and become an Independent shipper.      In subsequent advertisements we  will state ln detail the savings and other advantages of direct loading into cara. compared with loading through elevators.  We handle the farmers grain strictly on commission, make' liberal  advances on car bills of lading, supervise the grading at timo cars  are inspected, se;uro the highest prices at time o,f salo and mako  prompt returns when sold. Write us for shipping instructions and  market information.  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  701-703 Y.  GRAIN  EXCHANGE.  WINNIPEG, CANADA.  A New Scnuntlon  Mrs. Yonot���������I junt lovo to shut my  oynn and think,  Mr, Y*mnt--Why don't you try that  witli vni't* innulh BoniotlmnH, tnv riiMir.  MlulresH���������Woll, I'm norry you want  to leave; me, .Mary, Hut what's your  visason?  (Mnry keeps eilent),  MlHtroRB���������SomerSJK prlvato?  Mary (imdde'ily)---No, mum; plcnso  mum, ho'i-t it corporal,  Algy-  i,iif, r  W. N. U. 013  Will Adams, tho lirst lOngHc-limni!  In Japan, o**n of tho most delightful  bookti ovor written, hnn boon out of  print for thirty yonrn or forty yonrs,  but Uh   uemory   renin Ins.      Thoso  IVrtiirvsto oni-siissli  In Vi'ivn nil)  It will  bo InloroKlod to learn that a memorial  to Adams wan unvollod by (ho Hrltlnli  fdnbiiHKiulor on Juno 1(1 ovor Iho gravo  in ToV.lo whoro tho famous pilot lies  beside his Jnpmiont wlfo.  Will Ailanifl, who was a navigator,  landed In Japan In 1000 and wait kept  in iho country by the Kinporor on ac-  count of h..i knowledge of fillips. Ho  \s.ii������ p-viii'tiU'd with an ui-iUiU'-. wan  not allowed to return to England,  whoro h<> hud a wlfo anil family, and  died In Japan In 1020.  ���������Anything   unusual     happen  '"'v.. 'v.-.i, .Tnmc?  viilot.*--Yot, sir, none of your creditors fiillod.  I.Ktlo Too���������Mnmmn, I wan awfully  nfrnld whon yon shut mo In tlio dark  ClOHflt,  Alnmrnii���������Wnv .Ino whnt woro yon  a fin Id or?  Littlo Joo���������T was nfrnld I Couldn't  find tho tako.  An nmatour hortlcultiirlnt in Call'  foriiln hns succeeded in brooding a  ccedloBH tomato of Inrgo size,  Uttlo Lola's mother was no hoarpo  olio niuniliiK that uho could hardly  .speak.  Mniiima, Bnlri Loin, I'm sorry you've  got Huch n soro volco,  INVITINGjICKNESS  People Whose   Blood Supply  Scanty are in Danger of  a Breakdown  Thin or Impure blood Is nn Invitation to sickness, Tho blood Is at  work day and night to maintain tho  health and any lack of strongth or  purity ln tho hlood Is a woaknflss In  Iho dofenco against (IIhoiibo, Anaemia Ib tho dootor'B namo i'or lack of  ijlood. iti Hiirost Hymptom Is pal-  or. Anaemia doos not conflno limit to ngo or sox, though It Is particularly common to young glrlii bo-  twoon tho ngon of 1*1 nnd 17, whon  naturo milcos peculiar demand upon  tho blood'-supply. Tho namo lnclc of  blood, howovor, provents full rocov-  cry nftor In grippo, fovorn, malaria,  und opoHtlonn, nnd In proBont In old  ago, and In pornous who havo boon  undor unuminl montiil or phynloal  Htrnln. ��������� In all cusor of bloodlOHSiiosn  Dr. WllllamH' Pink Pills nro tho host  medicino known to medical science,  They actually mnko now pu.ro blood,  which brltigH with ita healthy appetite and now strong!" nnd vltnllty,  Mm. Goorgo Roy, Clair, Sunk,, nays:  "I hnvo tented Ilu valuo of Dr. Williams' Pink Pllln tlmo nnd ngnln  when n poor condition of tho blood  .)ilf,l������l   nwVsv   i������-������������   s.u   i.������ui,    ijci.ui.;)   ii wil"  i bio T ������m n womnn of forty nnd n������  ooo.nnlon required 1 havo unod tho  Pllln off nnd on nluco girlhood, 1  hnvo proved their valuo ln tho ailments that afflict my box, and I havo  novor known thorn to fall,     I alRO  bioi wiilcli wo thought would result  In Ht, Vitus dnnoo, but tho uho of tho  Pllln provtntod thin nnd mndo him  woll and ntrong. 1 do not know  any hotter Investment than to koop  hnlf a dozen boxon of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pillrt In tho Iioubo, as thoy will  t-avo more oxpeiiRiVO dootor'n blllH,"  You can get Dr. Williams' Pink  PllU tluougli any imidlcluo dealer or  mall  nt CO oontn n box or ������lx  The Meanest  A well-to-do Chicago real estate  owner wont into a-hardware etoro in  that city and asked tho proprietor  for a pound of nails. ., The small  package was made up and the prlco,  a nickel, handed to tho merchant,  when tho customer asked if tho purchase could be sent to his houso,  which was in a distant part of tho  city. Tho merchant assented, and,  calling an errand boy, handed him tho  parcol, with the nickel he had just  received for it, and said:���������  Hero, Johnny, tako tho car and tako  this parcel out to Mr. Blank's houso.  What! said tho customer, aro you  putng to glvo tho boy tho nickel to  tako tho parcel out?  Why, certainly, said tho morchant.  I wouldn't think of asking him to  walk so far.  Woll, *alil- tho meanest man In Chicago, if you would just as noon glvo  mo tho (lvo conts I will tnko it out  mysolf.  In Memorlam  Two Jaws stopped on tho street to  talk to oach othor, ono wearing a  largo diamond pin,  Solomon, said one, that is a flna  diamond you havo. Whero did you  get it?  Well, snld Solomon, my brother Iko  died and left $250 for a stono, This  ls tho stono.  Corns cannot exist when . Hollo-  way's Corn Curo Is nppllod to thorn,  hocnuso It (5008 to tho root und kills  tho growth.  Up Aflalnst It  Mrs, Jonlngs���������It's raining, John,  and Mrs, Smlthklns wants to go  homo, I have no umbrella to lend  hor oxcopt my now $10 one, Can't  I let her havo yours?  JoningB���������I should say not! Why  tho only umbrella I'vo got has hor  husband's nanu on tho handle.  Going West  Tho courso of civilization Is westward, miiEod tho philosopher.  Yos, there appears to bo littlo loft  ln Now York, aRSontod tho cynlo.  tn  nut,  -initio, you're  not going  bathing vlth your specs on?  My dour, I'll not tnko off anothor  thing.     It's positively indocont.  ������>y  boxes fo>- $:.r>0 from Tho Dr.  Wll-  il'ams' Medicino Co., Brockville, Ont. j upline.  Somo of us novor got ro grown up  thnt wo outlive tho old childish doslro  to play with flro.  He Needed It  Cholllo���������I'm doing my best to got  ahead, y>3U know.  DolHo���������Woll, everybody knows you  need ono,  Ho���������diorvoiiBly)��������� I3r���������or���������Margar-  (1t���������or���������or thoro's something hns boon  l.roinbllng on my Hpn for tho last two  monthB. ������������������     ,   ,.  Ri,������������������Yph. no 1 soo.     Why dont  you shavo It off?  Tho othor night wo heard a father  Hponk tliusly: William, your mothor  tolls mo that you must havo a doso  of castor oil boforo retiring to-night.  It In vour bedtime now. Tnko your  medicino and go lo bod al once.  Dut pirn, l don't wiint to tako no  castor-oil.  You must tako it.    And Immodlato-  Aw, pnpn, I downntor.  William, If you don't tako that  mcdltln.* I'll put you right io bod  this minute, without giving you a  drop of !t,  William wns so ncared thnt ho look  It,     That's the way to enforce dU-  At Wlfe'e Ten  Wlfo--John, which will you havo?  Icod tea, bouillon, cold coffoo, grape-  juice or lemonade?  HitBband--Nolthor. Havon't you  got Homn'hlng to drink?���������Judgo,  Domestic Economy  Mr. Plfflo���������What'B your Idea of tho  lnlatlvo nnd roforondum?  Mr. Powoo���������It'n tho rulo of onr  household. Everything that's dono  must orlrjlnato with my wlfo, and  ovorythlng that occurs to mo must ho  roforrod to hor for dlsapprovnl.--Clitv  cngo Newtt.  Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills  exactly meet tlie need whfch so often  ������,.>>.lU, S.SS.S)    ,*,���������*,,    ,VS   1*   ..,~m. ��������� ���������.   -f  to open up and regulate the bowel*.  Not only are they effective In all  cage* of Conntlpation, but. tliey help  greatly in bronkinj; lip n Cold or !-���������  Grippe by denning out the syslem  and purifying the blood. In tlie same  way they relieve or cure Billoiune**,  Indigestion, Sick Headache*, Itheiim-  etiim and other, common ailment*.  In the fullest aen;e of the worda Dr-  Morse's Indian Root nil* aro ti  A Household  Remedr  '*  ,*t .  -'i-������- THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. a  n  2/  The flies that are now in your  kitchen and dining-room were probably feasting on some indescribable  nastiness less than an hour ago, and  as a single fly often carries many  thousands of disease germs attached  to its hairy body, it is the duty of  every housekeeper to assist in exterminating this worst enemy of the  human race.  kill flics in such immense quantities  as cannot be approached by any other  fly killer.'  BE SAID���������"Few of us realize how tmicu salt  vc eat, The fact that we put salt oh all  lnijats and vegetables���������in bread, cake and,  pastry���������soups and sauces���������butter and cheese  ��������� shows the. importance of using an  absolutclypure salt."  SHE SAID-"Well, ive are using WINDSOR  1     SA1VT and no one could make me believe  there was nny better salt iu the whole world  than my old standby 62  warn  Elm Leads In Canadian Cooperage  Although tho elm still leads among  tho woods used for slack cooperage,  spruce is* rapidly;supplanting it.' In  the total output of barrels in the Dominion last year, there were used, according to figures compiled by the  Forestry branch of the Department of  the Interior, 80,016,000 pieces.of elm,  In staves, headings and hoops, as  f.galnst 37,704,000 pieces of spruce.  There were, however, over 11,000,000  more spruce staves and 9,000,000 fewer elm staves reported for 1911 than  for 1910. In time, elm will probably  be used only for hoops, as it is the  best woo.l for the purpose, the supply  is fast diminishing, and other species  can bo used to advantage for staves  and headings. Tho ultimate substitute for elm will probably be birch  which is comparatively plentiful.  Slack cooperage ls of vastly greater  Importance than tight cooperage ln  Canada. This is because tho majority of Canadian products aro of a  rough and dry nature, such as lime,  potatoes, apples, dry flijh, flour, cereals, etc., and becauso Canadian  wood3 nre best suited to slack cooperage.  Whito oak, tho only wood which  can be'u?ed for-containers of alcoholic liquids, has beon practically exhausted in Canadian -woodlands. In  1911 only 2.768,000 oak staves wero  cut, whllo 7,293,000 were imported.  A rough estimate on tho part of tho  Forestry Branch places the minimum  amount of material used in the manufacture of all classes of cooperage  as 62,353,190 board feet, made' up as  follows: staves, 29,367,714 feet, heading, 24..4GG.666 feet, and hoops, 62,-  353,190 feet.  A Mild Pill for Delicate Women.���������  Tho most delicate woman can undergo a course of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills without fear of unpleasant consequences . Their action, while wholly effective is mild and agreeable. No  violent pains or purgings follow their  use, as thousands of women who have  used them can testify. They are,  therefore, strongly recommended to  women, Avho are more prone to disorders of tho digestive organs than  men.  CRIPPLED WITH  SORE BACK  KIDNEYS WERE BADLY DISEASED  AND   SHE   DIDN'T   KNOW   IT *  Was Completely Cured by Less Than  Three  Boxes of  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Women are very often deceived  and mistaken in regard to kidney  disease. Tho pains in tho back are  attributed to other derangements, and  kidney disease is allowed to run on  and on until beyond the reach of medical sclonce.  There Is needless suffering, and  lifo itself is risked, because backache  is not recognized as the most marked symptom of kidney disease-.  Tliere is no treatment which so  quickly-relieves and cures kidney  pains in tho back as Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills. As proof of  this read Mrs.  Patterson's letter:���������  Mrs. Richard Patterson, Haldi-  rnand, Gaspe Co., Que., writes: "I  will gladly say that I was cured of  kidney, trouble by using Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills. When I began  'using this medicine I was crippled  with sore back .and did not know  what was the trouble. In looking  over Dr. Chase's Almanac I saw  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver, Pills advertised and decided to try them.  "I had not used two boxes before  my back was all right, and before I  had completed the third box was entirely cured'. " There:has- been.no  return of the old kidney trouble, aiid  I therefore believe the .cure to be  permanent,"  Ono pill a dose, 25c. a box, at all  dealers or Edmanson, -Bates & Co.,  Limited,  Toronto.  ft HE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doora south of C.P.R. Depot  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hot and cold water In every room  Hotel  practically   Fireproof  All Outside Rooms  AR/!:,ING1!0N CHA.kL/RNCVI*;  -WATBRPRO#  GOlLAHS  Are the beaf ever made and are guaranteed to givo you satisfaction. At  all dealors, or send us 25 coats stating stylo and size required.  The Arlington Co,, of Canada, Ltd..,  68 Fraser Ave., Toronto, Ont.  -             V    '   .. ,  v=  Girls Wanted Here \, , ,  Typing, nurslug, bookkeeping,'cook'  lng, teaching���������every profession open  ���������So a girl, It seems, is overstocked. v  ��������� Howovor, there still exists, one  whero competition is not. And it is  nothing indro nor 'less than tho feather Industry. In this trade, it appears  thoro Is an exceptionally good opening ior young girls of bright Intelligence. They havo only to Bhow an  interest In thoir work, and a doslro to  got on, lo earn a modest sum por  week straight away at tho manufacture of thoso graceful toilet adjuncts.  To begin with, a girl will bo given  somo of tho tlnlqst feathers to knot  togothor. Prom'thoso, when complete, Is ovolvod tho fashlonablo Inn-  cor feather. And, of courso, -according to hor ability, will sho be advanced to tho mdro skilled work of  tiowlng, curling and mnklng-up of tho  plumes.      ������������������;-.- i  So that tho mothor who views with  dospalr tho already hopolossly overcrowded buolnoHB mnrkots should ap-  prontlco her daughter to a foathor  firm. Tlio work Ib ospoclally fit for  nlmblo fingers,  It was to gratify your extravagant  tastes, cried the desperate man, that  I committed the , foregry. The  crime is upon your head.  Tho woman started and gazed at  him wonderingly.  Is my crime on straight? she asked.  Mrs. Tinkle���������They say that Mrs.  Neaurich is becoming more proper  every day,    .  Mrs. Dimple���������Yes, indeed, you  should have seen how mortified she  was a while ago when she learned,  that her husband owned common stock  in a railroad.    . ."  How Could He?  Mr. William Sikes had found what,  in -his-opiriioh,���������was-a- snug- crib;���������It-  tvas a country mansion, and the mode  of'access was easy. He waited till  midnight, and then approached lhe  house. Grasping tae ivy, he slowly and carefully-climbed up'the side  of the house till ho reached the Ie /-";1  ���������if the first-fib***, window.  Holding on to the sill .with both  hands, ho stopped to picture tho  wealth that was about to become his.  His mind dwelt on the jewellery and  plate that was so nearly within his  grasp. Then his droam was abruptly-broken by tho opening of tho* window.     A female head appeared.  Hands up, or I fire!  Woman was ever unreasonable.  ���������'.. Shameful  Extract from a young lady's letter  from Venice: Last night I lay in a  gondola'in the' Grand-Canal, drinking  it all in, and life never seemed so  full before.��������� Lippincott'sy  Regarded as one of the most potent compounds ever introduced with  which to combat all summer complaints and inflammation of the  bowels, Dr. J. "D. Kellogg's^ Dysentery Cordial has won for Itself ;a reputation that no other cordial for the  purpose can aspire to. For young  or old suffering from these complaints  it is the test medicine that can be  procured.  It is hard to stop, said tlie-clergyman, when once you are started on  the down grade.  ��������� Oh, -I-never-have-any, trouble,__said  the other man, I can back-pedal [bet-  ter than any other man in our club.  WHAT WOMEN  ARE  DOING  Remember, my son that beauty Is  only skin deep, warned tho sage.  That's deep enough for me,' replied  the youns man.     I'm no cannibal.  Furious ��������� <r ., -  First Deaf Mute���������Ho .wasn't 'so  very angry was he?  Second Deaf Mute���������He was so wild  that the words ho used almost blistered his fingers.  Careful Chauffeur  The man who gets this .'position as  my chauffeur-must bo able to provo  by his record that ho Ib a careful  ful drlvo**, asserted the pompous man.  loan easily moot your requirements,  ropllod tbo applicant.' Seven coroner;*, juries have exonerated me of  blamo in fatal accidents.���������Buffalo  Express.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc,  , Connubial Bliss  Mrs. QuiiokonboHH ��������� Am yo'  dnughtiih happily mur'd, Slslith Sngg?  Mm, Sagg���������Slio Bho' 1st Plows  goodnorb, hIio'b dono got a Husband  dat's skcored to-doath of horl  Not a Satisfying Dlot  Lady :if tho Houso���������You nay you  havo not had anything to ont to-day?  Tramp���������Lady, if you bcllovo mo,  tho only thing I'vo swallowed to-day  Is Insults,  Cause of His Rise  '  Your father's name ls bolng   mon-  tlonod qulto frequently In tho papors  lately, said tho froshmari.  Yea, replied tho sophomore, he haB  begun to act on my advlco,  $100 Reward, $luu.  The readers of thl.i paper will be pleasnd to learn  tbftt thero la At least ono drciulod dlsc&so that science  Imi been able to cure la all iu stages, and that Is  Catarrh, Hall's Catarrh Cure in tho only poaltlvo*  cure now known to ths medical fraternity. Catarrh  being a constitutional (llacnco, requires- a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure-Is taken ln>  tcrnally, act'ig directly upon the blood'and mucous  turfsces ol 'tho system, thereby destroying', the  loumlutlon of tho disease, nd Riving llio-patient  itremjth by building up the conotltullon anil asslfit-  ing nature In doing Its work. The proprietors havo  so much faith In Its curatlvo powers tlmt they odet  One Hundred Dollars for any caso that It tails to  ture.  Send for list of testimonials  Address V. J, CHKNI3V 4 CO, Toledo, O.  Bed by all Driuitlsts, 75o,  Take Hall's 1'nmlly rills for constipation.  You might go to tho butcher's nnd  got Homo Iamb to-day, suggostod Mrs.  UouBokocp.  All right, responded Mr. Ilouflolcoop,  Ana biiitii i itibu mop ni i.no uum nuu  ������r*t r-onir rnuco lo _o wllh It?  Breaking It Gently  Two vory groat friends���������a Scotchman and an ISngllshmnn���������mot In tho  smnkhiir room nf n hotol. nnd tho F,nn>  ilfilimnn nt onco proceeded to monopolize tho conversation, na ho usually  did.  Tho Scotchman boro It for n long  tlmo, thon ho broko In qulotly:  I any, old chap, I'll back you and  mn to toll moro and bigger Hos In  hnlf an hunt thun any other six men  I Unowt  He paused, and then went on gently.  And 1 wouldn't speak a single word  tho whole tlmo.  W. N. U. 813  THE WAY OUT  Change of Food Brought Success and  Happiness  An ambitious but dolloato girl, aftor  falling tc go through school on account of norvousnoBa and hysteria,  found in Grapo-Nuts tho only thing  that seemed to build her up and furnish hor tho poaco of health,  "From Infancy," bIio says, "I hnvo  not boon strong. Hoing ambitious  to lonrn at any cost 1 finally got to  tho High School, but soon had to  abandon my studloa on account of  norvoiiB prostration ami liyntorln.  "My food did not ngroo with mo,  I grow thin aiid dospondont. I  could not onjoy tho Hlmplost social  affair for I suffered constantly from  norvouBiiof-B In aplto of all sorts of  medicines.  "This wrotchod condition continued  until I wim twenty-five, whon I bo*  camo IntoroRtod In tho lottora of  thoso who hnd ciihoh liko nilno and  who word getting woll by oatlng  Orapo-NutB.  "I had littlo faith but procured a  box and niter tho lirst iIIhIi I o.xpor-1  loncod a peculiar sntlailod i'oollnjr thot1  I had never gained from any ordinary  food.    I ulopt and routed bettor that  llsglll   UIIU    111   ll    lOW    UU>tt    UL'Killt    io  I'row .'���������tn.'iiii'f.T.  "I had n now fooling of poaco nnd  roBtftilnoB'i. In a fow weeks, to iny  groat Joy, tho lioaduchoos and nervousness loft mo and llfd became  bright and hopeful. I resumed my  amm-ei ,:mx mu-r ihvikih, urn iiiuni,ii������  with oaso���������of courso uhIiir Grapo-  Nuts overy dny. It is now four  years si nco I began to uso Grnpo-  Nilln, I nm tho inl'jtroHH of a happy  homo, nnd tho old weakness lias  novor rjturncd." Namo given by  Canadian Postum (In., Windsor, Ont.  "There's a reason." Head tho little book. "Tho Itbnd to Wellvlllo." In  p'igs,  Ever read the abovo letter? A  new one eppearg from time to time.  They ara genuine, true, and full of  Human interest.  Miss. Vocolo���������I'm novor happy unless I'm broaklng Into song.  Bright Young Man���������Why don't you  got tho Uoy and you won't havo to  break In.  Fathor, our daughter Ib bolng'courted by a pool,.  Is that so, mother.     I'll kick hlrn  out,  'Not so fast, Investigate lirst and  find out whothor ho worka for a mng-  us-lno or for a breakfast-food factory.  Improving  Conditions on  the   Farm  Through Systematic Work  Only a few years back it was tho  fashion, whenever conversation turned upon life on the farm, to shake  one's head'1 and quote statistics from  tho Insanity records about the farmer's wife. The hard work, the isolation,- tha, monotonous existence, did  indeed, provo too much for farm women, and it was out of the "dire extremity of their case that salvation  was evolved. Suddenly tho convict-  Ion established itself hero and there  about- the country that if did not really havo to be, that the answer was  not ln filling the asylums, nor yet in  forsaking tho farm for the city, but  in changsng farm conditions, socializing the farm as it wero.  In the las*-, decade club women hAve  become -leeply interested. Mrs.  Loyhed, out of Minnesota, is reputed  to have dono yeoman service In her  effort to carry club llfo Into the rural  districts.- And city women have  grown keen over tho littlo farm Idea.  Around every large town'little farm  projects tro on the Increase. Clinton  M. Shults, editor of the Farm World,  of Chicago, says that in a most positive, way women aro Jonding their  influence to the spread' of the little  farm idea. They are becoming land  owners to an extent, never before  known in this or any other country.  Most Important and most far-  reaching of all movements along this  line of deepening interest in farm  life has been, according to the New  York Post, the organization of the International Congress of Farm Women.  The originator of the plan, Mrs, John  "T. Bums, evolved it .out ot her work  with her husband, who Is secretary of  the International Dry-Farming Congress in his labors for the advance-  merit of the new agriculture.  Tho organization of these Industrious, self-sacrificing, toiling, energetic,  long-suffsring, yet patient women is  a wonderful thing the moro one  thinks of it, for they have been working away quietly at their varied tasks  at homo without any one making any  special plans to assist them, or concerning themselves very much about  their welfare and well-being. Within  the last few years, however, the better country life agitation and the improvement of hygienic and sanitary  conditions of the homes of all lands  have* advanced with -a tremendous  force behind them���������backed by the  scholarly men and women of all nations, whose aim has been to do something of lasting, benefit-to humuanity.  The objects of .the Congress are to  improve *ihe conditions, financial, physical, social and. spiritual of. agricultural homes. It aims to understand  more ^ completely the significance of  .the farm to'the life of the nations and  the dignity.of the position of the farm  ,woman as co:worker, in'the most-potential and far-reaching of the national-industries; to increase conservation' of energy_ through 'intercourse  a"nd".",6bs"ervation.~ of "processes' understanding of the.modern appliances "and  education in scientific management of  ,work; to develop further the home  through conference with authority experts' on dairy methods, poultry culture, kitchen gardening, improved  methods-of cquiping the house, problems of nutrition, children's welfare,  industrial education, including home  economics, the increase and proper  use of leisure and . the stimulation  of social intercourse In'rural communities.- This organization stands for  a more general state and national  support f.nd encouragement' of institute and extension work among farm  women.  The officers of this, its second year;  are: Preoident, Mrs. Byrtha L. Sta-  vert, editor o'f Country Life in Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba; vice-pros-  Identc���������Miss Irma ,.E.. Mathews, superintendent of Women's Institute,  Oklahoma Agricultural Collego, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs. Clark W.  Kolley, Devils Lako, N.D.; Mrs. John  A, Wldstoo, Logan, Utah; secrotary-  treasurer, Mrs. John T, Burns, Loth-  bridge, Alberta.  ��������� The Congress will open Oct. 22,  during the week of the International  Dry-Farming Congress, and Its sessions will bo held In Knox Church  ono of tho Inrgost and flnost edlllcos  In Lethbrldgo, Tho program Is fast  materializing, and it Is announced  that somo 50 spoakors of world renown will addross tho convention.  The Northern Trusts Company  HEAD OFFICE,    WINNIPEG,  This company acts In ths capacity of  TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  and we shall b������ glad to forward copy of   onr    Booklet    "SomethUf  r.bout Trusts, Trustees and Trust Companies." on request.  MONEY TO LOAN ON  FARM   PROPERTY AT CURRENT RATE1  OF INTERE3T  When You Buy Matches  Ask for  They have a true safety bai  head,   with  silent    tip.  never explode if Stepped  on.  Eddy's Matches bar* satisfied Oft*  adlans sine* 18B1���������acotpt no other*  The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  ������������������������������������_������������������������������������__���������������������������������������������_���������   INSIST ON GETTING "EDDYS"  Washboards,   Wood Pails and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs,  Good Aim  ���������  I met your father last evening and  _,sp.ok_6_. to_him___about_ our_b_ehig, ma.v_  ried.. >   .. .  Did he strike you favorably?  Well, not   exactly   favorably,   but  rather accurately.���������Judge.  ���������  What is tho difference between tho  bark of a tree and the bark of a dog?  One is the bark of a bough and the  other is the bark of a bow-wow.   ,  Figuring the Cost  Guest���������That'B a beautiful rug. May  I ask how much it cost you?  Host���������Flvo hundred dollars. A  hundred' and fifty for' it and tho rest  for furniture to match.  part   of  letter it  Evolution  The letter I lg a curious  speech, At- first-a moto  becomes a pronoun.  Yes, replied tho plain person, and  then It gets to be a habit.���������Washington Star.   "..',;..*  Not so Clever  A man isn't as smart as ho thinks  he,_is, Any-time Jie_manages__to_-f ooL  a girl it is because she wants to bo  fooled.  ' I have written a short story, said  the amateur literary person. .  What ls the first step to tako in  selling it?  Buy 510 worth of stamps, advised  tho old hand at tho business.  Young Gayley���������I say Mr. Pills, can  you���������aw���������givo me something to���������aw  ���������brighten mo up, doncher know? ���������  "Mr. Pills���������You're in the wrong  place, sir.���������This Is a chemist's shop,  not a night school.  Beforo you woro married ho snid ho  would go through fire-and water for  you, didn't ho?    - >y  I thought he did, but I think now  he must havo meant firewater.���������  Houston Post; ���������  Ikoy-���������Fader,  what's  superfluous?  Father���������Wearing   n   necktie   ven  you'vo.got n board, Ikoy.  Mlnard's Linlmer.t Cures Distemper  Indignant GuorJ;���������You ought to bo  arrested, you said thoro woro bass  and pickerel in this lako.  Host Haven Prop.���������Waal, thoro's  an old Indian'logond to that effect,  .'''81111 Happy  Freddie���������What's un optimist, dad?  Oobwlwo]���������Ho'h   tho   follow   who  doesn't know what'B coming to lilm.  Baths for Birds  Polly havo a ballil Polly havo n  bath. Tho reiterated cry enmo from  n largo grocn parrot, who stood lu a  tin bnsl.i full of wntor ocBtallcally  flapping Iiiii Hcarlot-fiecked wli|gH.  Few pooplo who kcop bird pots  know how to prevent Ihom from languishing during tho summer boat. Littlo do they Ininglno that big and small  btrdB alllto aro simply longing with  all their tiny hearts lor a cold bath.  Tholr owners, it Is truo, supply tholr  muiUi piihuiiH sunt wau-r in a iuiiu  l-wv-'i v.'ico; V'ut *t'u-!'p nrr for drinking puvposoB���������not for tho luxury of n  restoring nnd Indiscriminate splash.  Every woll-boluivod bird knows retribution, swlft.and Buro, follows a mark  en tlio carpot.  foathored friends provide littlo swimming baths for tho blrdlOB. Thoy  must, of tourso, vary according lo tho  bird's Hl/o. WhoroiiH a pudding-basin would nccommodnto a canary, a  pnrrot would rcqulro something more  com mod Ir ns.  Then placo thn bird In his cage  whoro ho can gambol unmolested. In  Hie back yard, on tho lawn, or on  tho scull jry floor nro equnlly good po*  rlllonB. Anyone* who knows anything of birds knows that, Although  Inarticulate, they appreciate comfort.  About ono-thlrd of tho world's product of pig Iron Is accounted for In  tho United Kingdom, United StatoB  and Germany.  Vlllago Constablo (to villager, who  has boon knocked down by passing  motor cycllHt)���������You didn't soo tho  number, but could you'-swenr to the  man?  Ylllngor���������I did, but I don't think  *o 'ord mo,  1 Management  Why doos a cut chano hor tall?  I .supposo It Is bocaiiBO a cat, bolng  strictly a.domoHtlo unlmal, wants to  mnko loth, ends   moot,-- Dalllinoro  American.  Dry Philosophy  Mon an' wlmmln Is different, but  purty much all boyo nm crllko.  It's a mighty hard matter for uh  to boo tho bad points In a thief who  Is willing to lofid us monoy, or tho  good points' lu an honost man who  haa rofuaod to do ua a favor. Jltitiiun  nature Ih a weak rancnl, anyhow,  It isn't what a mnn is that makes  \\b*\  hnnnv������   it'u  *ss>Mt \\r. I)\[iy\rn  h" (n ,  As wo prepare, our woinnn to understand tho functions of honioinakliiK  nnd our mon to manngn farms, just  In thnt dogroo will our nation bo  ablo to comptlta with other nations.���������  Mr������    Nolllo MprMmn*-   Wlrinltsff  Johnny on the Spot  Johnny, snld tho teacher, wrlto a  pontonco using the words, borne sonse,  Johnny wroto���������Ono night pa forgot  to lock 'ho stable and ho hasn't soon  his horso sense,��������� Kansas City Htnr,  At Wlfe'a Tea  Wife���������John, which will you have?  kod ton, bouillon, cold coffee, grapo-  ,ifcfx or icmonadtf  Husband���������Nolthor.     Haven't   you  | got somo-hlng to drink?���������Judgo.  A highgrade chew for  those who want something better than usual.  "Rmpire Navy Plug" is  an exceptionally choice  chewing tobacco ��������� rich,  tasty and lasting.  You are sure to liko  "Empire Navy Plug".  ALL UVE DEALERS HAVE rT-  ASIC YOURS.  MMM  =d _*-jT   tm*m_ftm~-\,\tr"i  ~t. <4^x___t^tasstx*vasxtma^  ���������* mrx*mi_&j'��������� vj.'"- ;���������**���������*���������-o.iaTJ'l^"Jmrj.- H"*1" ,mi������-**rm*>*������n*."~t  "ltW������  Tlie Cauiberlajid. fins  i.-v.vM   livery   Tuesday by the  $orno:x   &   Cumbaftend  Publishing  Company.  ''iiI-paper will not- hold itself  rr ���������>.;n..-ii>le for the opinions of otb-  . .'-, :-*s inuy s.ppear in i'ta caUi^n-  c:*: .k; cinifi to timo.  WEDNESDAY, OCT,   23 1912  "Ciff*f" " "*"������������������*���������*-k  '. <^w������w������������M������w������*������������ii^in*^n**|fl*i^,'l'>  Sayward* L.ind DisU-ist.  District of L'siino^  T \ KR NOTICE that Mary Thnlitv of  ...nntl, 15. C. occup.ui3ii mnrrietf   woman  ���������iv,"*.<<," lo ripply for permission tr, pur-^  :'-> -:  the fstllo.ving dcicribftd lands:���������  sr.MVicncini; ni a post planted at the  Mi*.i*.r,-\\-?'-i comer of T. L. Ko. 44338,  ji*is.-ire "I'sri'i &"��������� rl .-.ins, thence-vtess 40  .!: ilr..-,, tb'iue so.J.ii 5,0 chsiios more or  ji.-1 t<- -.hove, line, thence along tbe s>h-are  '..ne .?'������ cli.-iins mote or less lo> pJaM of  ac^mnin-4 containing   20^ acvcs^isvoie o������  "*'.*S5.  Agent fo? Mary Tfeulin  ������-.ti e A'vnist ijtlv 191 a.  SAYWARD I4AN������ DJSTRJCT  District of Sayward,. Rang* 1,  TAKE.NOTICIT that 1, Eliris.eia  Hantaan, by my agent, (jfcsiorge Yer-  dior, of Campbell River, V. J. occu  pation ttxarned.woiaaB, . intends lo  apply for permsseftm 1% purchase  tho fofrowing d������scribesr Jancte:���������  Coinmen-clng at a posl* planted  near the S. K. eorner nf let 351  thence Eovtth 10 ekaiaB (ter.) tlience  eiiBt 10 chains (ten>-Bi������-re or le=,8 to  lhe point of c&mmeiiceoasfit con  lakiing 2Q acreB (jtwealyi more or  .lew.  EUN2HXA BAKKAf-I  Nacre-of Appi������c������nt  Dale Mo-rds 26lh, $912.  Sayward Laud District,  District of Qoigiox.  TAI.E NOTICE that Charles Timlin,  .i-Luiuj, B.C., occupation merchant, intends *.c:  apply  tor   pemrnsicn, to pur-  rlust-ihoihe following described land:���������  (Joiiriiifeticinjf at a po6t planted isn Browns  .1.1 y .;: ihe north-cast earner of T- L  v.Vi'-i,   thsnea   west 80  chains,, thence  .���������.������������������rth 2 1 cb,litis, thenoi "e\si   So chains,  in \\:-' Axons line, thence south 20 chains  ..ore or less along shore line to. place of  ':,'.���������*; inning containing 160 acve*-", moro or  tfl'i  GEORGE VEREWBR  Agent for Charles Thulin  |)ata:/u*^ust '4rti| 1912  Sayward I-and Disuiu.  District oS Co^iiox.  TAKE NOTICE, that Georg* Verdi-  s*-, of I.,unci, B.C., occupition  mu-r.ili to apply for permission to'pm--  .!*.-; the following  described   Un-ds:���������  i'.onnTiencinii at a   post planted ;it   the  iouth wait corner ol Lot 57,thence north  j i (luihs to the shore line, thence follow  >,n^ the sb're line around the point to the  -vl.icc-oi-beginning ��������� _,__,  QEOR.CE VERDfER  Applicant  p:ae August 14th, 1912  Sayward hfxrxH District  BiRtrict vi Cost  Tako jrotieo thnt Isabel McKen  ny. of V������������icn������.vcre El C-  ������������nipation spiiv&te-r,. iutend^ to npply for j  permissson to pw^cliase the follow  Lingdo&crite<l iaiiSp**:���������-  Cofivm<*nting Rt a post   planted  otisj-ju'ilc eft&t  of 4li������   Bovtli-wePt ['  I'orcfor of lot 550w t-henev -wt'bt   80  chains,, tHence  Bo-nth   40 elminp,  thtnies   ������������*t   8ti>  t.l.t.fad,   tbunoe .  h.iorth 40 eliftius tp-point of com- L  [inonct*mcrvtr containing S20 acres,";  mo*"0 ot less. ."���������'.}.  Isabel UcKenny.  Jfniae of AM)licai>t ia fnll  Rdbsrt Heii.j Caestnnt, A^entl  ���������iD^te March 12tb, 1912.  &ayward Land Dfatript  Di-slrfct ������t   Como:-!.  TAKE notice*t'jiatSlinyrie Han-  {.na*nr    raarrisii     woman     Campbell   River,   B*. C'.,    intends    to  npply ior  permission  to  purchase  ihe   following  de-scribed   land :���������  Commenciug al * post  planted al  the eouth ea-st corner- of   Lot  No.  S51, thenoe-1*011 tb 15chains   to lhe  ne*th west corner of* Lot 376, then  ce east 20 ehaVna to tbe share line,  iben re ivloag the s-hore li ns   to  the  place ol -aommsneenient, containing 1C0 acres more or less.  ELINYRIE HANNAN   ._____������eorge_y_>_iier,^Agent..  Sayward Land District.  District of Comox.  ' 1AKE.NOTICE .tli-M   Fred Tbnlin,  nf LuiKly B.C., occupation   nfterchiaoi, in-,  ten-li to apply -for   permission   ta  purr  (I11.SQ. th.e following dcscriUecl "tend:*"���������  . ���������v'-'j.ivi-vencinj; at a  pust 'planted al the  ���������jn.r.h-y'ist corner of Timfber   Hj,<ia3C No.  31864, thence west  Of.)   chains,  thence  south So chi'.ns, themce east Sjoclyiins to  ;hc shore line, ihence   following shore  \i-0_ nonh 80 chains, rri'orb^or less to the  phice.of bftgin-ainef containing- 640 acres  ;noi*c ov less,  GEORGE VEJKDIER  A(jcnt for Fred Thulin  'IXnte August *?.pl*i, x.on  "UC;UOR J^CENSeTaCT.'"  (Saction ,j.-S),  NOTICE is hereby >������iven, that on lha  jyliday of October noxt, application!  will he ir.tdc*. to the .Supenntendent ofl  p.* i.'i 1:1 tl P A\.:-. f)i*"t'n tr*nifir, of the  license for lhe sale of liquor by retail  in and upon the [irentiscs..^rtowt), as I the  Willows Ho|el,.'.situate at Campbell Hiv-  tr, Vifiu-ib Columbiivfriim CHarle%Th������-  ii 1 an I lCmersnt> Hannan to Charles  Tliu I'm, of Campbell \<wh fcri.ti'.u CoK  VI.ibi,t.  Oatftd this 14th cl-iy of Sept., TQ,tz  THUWN& HANNAN  Holders nf l.ircn&e  UMRU'-VniUI.IN  Apnlicini Utr Transfer  Sayward Land District  DirAvict of Say\v.,i(\  TAKK notice that William  Januv (.lihson, of Vaucouv-if, on-  c.tpitioti, painter, intuul������ to apply for purmiswjn to purchase  tiie f^iluwiup, ilescribe-.l U\nd.y���������  CoHiiiU'iJciun at a post planted 20  duiius east of lk������ uoTtb east cor-  H'T (.'f'1'iiiibi.-i License 3232, then-  C-e ensl 20 ciinuiJ-, theueo sioiith  Jo Cjiaiu.*!. lisviis.c v'.s-,*!, f~,u *...,,,,.-,,  tiifcuet* ttortii 20 thikins (u pui.it  of coinineiifcinetit, >'ontaining  \<j .u't< *> iiiui*"-! or It's', iind fo be-  it'/'t-n Whiff mi'l f>aluwn������ liveis.  Wii.i.iam J������\MMa GnisoN  S  Maurice; Oarter, Agent.  Pytc Au-iMiHt^ist,, k;u.  Dated July 2'2n������J, 1912. ���������'  f COUNTY COURT OP NANAIMO  [HOLDKNAT CU-SIREBLAKD.  In the gooefa of Jainee=   Miirphy,  decensed intestate.  TAKE NO-T1CE that by order of  Hia Honor Judge Barker made in  [Ifoe nboTe cott7t on tb������ -^th tiny of  Sept nr her 1913* lb* URdewigi'ifd  wa? *> ,-ioint^d adrainietrator of the  fBtV of Janws Marpiny, df-  f.fvi A, vrhoiifA nl Rock Bay on  M . 1 7th 1W2, tntesintfr.  li accountua-^tiinat the epta'e  and all awotsutB du*   the e-lale  must fco presentetli and   pail,   re  speoth'ely omor  befor?  the   15th  day cf October 1*1$  W W. Willard,   ;  Offi!cif������I Adrainwuatoi .<  Cunibcrlniad, B. C  Mm*mtr*mm*mm*a  Foil SA'IiK-A hook all yoiuij;  iipo������ts M1011M wa-.l.     ptico ^l.<K>  A4<h-*'<,*- ictu-rx, drawer 1'V,   Krtii  a'tuo, M. (',  fty Hi" Um Stow, if yut w.ii.t ilan  ���������(IJ.V    <������tsK������H*.**"')  liCV ^Qiiih  Ult.X'illi    iii  f/,*r>*   bu*,   itnlivirr/   .*nsl   t.������u*������<**:i>i������u J i������,,ie Atij'.-int   2Ui, tUi i.  ���������sunt.*.!!**:';1',  COUNTY COURT OF NANAIMO  HOLDEN AT CUMBERLAND.  oIn thtfgooiJa of Albi������H  Juazttp  i������vitohd*BCPfti|e<l inloBtftte,  TAKK NOTICE that >y order  of Hiu Honor Jndpe Ban leer Kndt*  in the ubovoconrl o������>tho 4th dny  of Scp-lemb-er 19*12, tno undereigu  iv������h nppointvd administintior o! tin*  estate nj Albins JnuanpovJtoh, do  ci-"*-M't^who waa killed a' N������.7 niine  f.11 May tlth, l&ta, IntfMiUo.  Allnccounta anainai  tbo oativlo  11 nd all accounts   dut-  tlio   ostnto  inuft Ixi prusotited and paid rwpfie  lively on or before the 15lh day ol  October 1012.  \V. W. Wu.t.AKI),  Ollici'il AdnitiiiblMtor  Cnuiliorlund, U, C.  fm*m**mmmff tt .'..it. .!������������������  , ��������� ���������'       nw.pi.Miw ���������......mmmmmm I  Hnyward Land Diptiicl.  DiHtriot of Snyv-faril.  (Akliii iioiici> ili-ti iSiciiolii;^ tmx-  nr, of Vnn<H)������vcrv li. U., occupaliot-  (dork, in otula to ai������j>iy for permi.j  idoi) to purchase tlio  followl:);*; <h-  yoiibi'd 1 uid/i:--OsiinirH'nciii;*; a;   1  |M������-t p!,iii!i������l al llm  until) m  iiftr of 'i'. L. 32u2, hui������i*i������  I   ������      >.,  thence c ist 20 c.iatn*?, U.-i.o***,   11  4(1 chain**, tho*n*������ :-i-u a������   .*���������   ���������  iim-rfrttion wi"<l. V,U;:- \'.i������*    *:  co aion*. tho cour -.**, ul   is 1  '���������'���������Uni iif iMumwiiccu      , ..  t-iiiiii.j-,MO iinrea .ior.. 0      ji-,   ,  otMi.tlo un W-jiU* H.u,  tiii'ii'*:       *j.,   -i,  .;i Ma mn. t    ��������� r,   ,,.���������������  I  T  ���������"^ -\  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEiWS.  1  !8ay*war4 JLnnd Dietrict.  D.istrict ot Sa*yivar4.  TAK;E NOTICE that Murray  Gorlay, of Victoria^ occupation.,  bibker, intends to af>ply for p������tr������  mission to purchase the ioljogung  eporibed landj:-*-  Commencing at a post planted  at the N. E. corner of Lot 376,  thence west 20 chajns, thence  north 20 chains to chore Hue,,  ihence. following shore line easterly and "outherly to point of commencement; -containing <50 acres  more or less.  MURRAY GORLAY  Name of applicant m full.  Date March 27th, 1912.  Sayward Land District  District of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE that Percy AM.  Wood, of Victoria, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following deeenbed  lands;���������  Commencing at a post planted  at the S. W. Corner of. Lot 165,  thenco north 80 chiins, thence weet  20 chains to shore, (hence southerly following shore line to a point  making'80 chains'southerly, thence  easterly following shore line to  point of commencement, containing 160 acres, more or leB3.  "VPERCY A.E.WOOD  Name of Applicant in full  Date March- 23rd, 1912  NOTICE is heroby given that on lhe first  day of Decomber next application will be  made to the Superiate-ndci.t of Provincial  Police, Victoria, fer the renewal of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in tne  hotel-known as the Loruo hotei, situated at  Comix, li.O. Gkorge M. Bablow  Daed October 2, 1S12.  NOTICE is hereby given ihat on the-  first day of November 1912, application 9  wiil be made to lhe Superintendent of  Provincial Police, for a renewal of lhe  whole-sale liquor license upon the pvem-  ises known as Lot 24, Subsection i, Nelson District. ��������� *���������  *���������       Pilsener Hkewing' Company.  Dated October 2nd, 1912  NOTICE, is hsi-oby giveu that <-ii tho  first day of Deeon.bor nexv npplk-atiosijw ill  be made to the Supo-int-endent of Provincial Police, VicW'U, for a r-nowal of the  hotel lloenso to st ��������� liqu-ra by i*ut*il ia  tho hotol koowu as the Uuion hotel. Bit-  unto at Uiion, B>.C.   John N. McLkod.  Dattd tho 2nd day of Ocl,sb������-r, 1912  NOTICU ib huroby Riven tlmt ou thu  tire* day s.f DLceiubor nv.i np*,ilioatiou v.ill  be Dsudo to to tho Superintendent *.f I'ro-  vinciul Police,, Viotoria, for a reuewal of  Iho hotel license to ������ell liquoru by rutail  the hotel kuowa a������ tho' Ouurtouay House,  ���������situated at Courtenay, B.C.  John lis JoinsHTox,  Dated Ootoher 2i 1912.  u m ii������������������shsi������i  NOTICE is tiefoly givh tht ou the  lirst day of Decomber uext y^i<l.-ja:W������  w  be mado to tho Snperintondout of Proviuoial  Police, Viotoria, for the rouowal of tho ho  tol lioenuo to sell liquora by re ail  in  iho  Intel kuewn an tlio Kivtr .ida luiVil, situt'e  at Osiurtouuy, 11,0, 0. H, Fkchnku,  Utud October 2, 1912.  NOTICB is hereby givoii tlmt on tlio  Hnt d iy of Docombtr nest appliautlou will  bo mado to thai Supcriutondont ot Provincial Polios, Vio*oria, fur a i-ouewul o������  tho hotel |ifl0')fi(J t������i aoll liquoro by rotuil  in the hotel kuown na tho Hlk hotol, titU<  ul������l at Com* X, B.C.     Joum Maktim.  iDsitul October 2, 1912.  NOTICK 1.', heroby givon tutit on tho  HrHt duy (if Dsicombor tu xt pppliotttiuu will  hu miulsi to tlio sStipoiiitoi.dosit if Piovi.i-  ciul Polico, Victoria, for tho runow nl of Uio  hot'-l liostii-o Ui Boll liqnom hy nluil in tbo  ho'el kuo vn au tha Nokon ho'.ol, hituilcd  at Union Buy, ll.O. Joiijj Kiuhuh.  Datod O.tiiiior 2*id, 1912.  NOTIOK iu horoby given th*.t on tlio  Unit day of Dccou.bsrmxt -jpiilhatlon will  bo lnuihi to tho sSiiiicriiiti-iKloistof rrovin-  ciul Pvlis,ft Victoria, for a renewal <���������( th  hotel licono to poll liquors! by retail In  tho hotol known ph tlio Willows Hotol hIu  uafc'd utCs.inpk'11 ltivcr, U. O.  THULIN &UANNKN.  Dated. Oototicr 2, U'l2.  NOTICK in liiTiiiy ftivon tlut on Ills*  thnt dny of I), c miter next upplioation will  be inado to (ho Supoiintcwilout i,t Prtvla-  oinl Poliof* fur the!rouowal of-tho hotel li-  oouho U Ht 11 liquors liy rotail in llm hattl  J I..  ','..,'   ,V;- }):-  iitun'Rut Oyktor Bivtr, in Ui������ proTinco of  UrMUli Coluiiili*,     Akmr \Vdodiiih.  Dattld Ootober 2, 1912        '        |  * ���������*'   . <���������  0ammmmaammm-mmmmaammmamm_*a t,mm*amma_ama_aia_mm*mmwaM������m'mammiaam  NOTICK ia hereby givt*n tlut on tl.������  tirdt dny ot JJicotnHsr next aiiphoatisJti*id  bf* *mtd*ft to tho ^nperintendont <*f Trovin.  ��������� ii.) P. It,*. v*.t<siin, for Un* ronaurnlof tin  hoUl ii e iie tu n 11 liqtu*r* by io.*ilfi tin  hot.] ������,i.s'ir.i *,. Uio tVihori h*>U), hkuIosI  it Uuio 1 Hs������y I'.C. At.rt*Rtntt.vrt:n l'"R������*  OfcUdCct-b r i, Ittjl, ___  |COUN_T COURT -OF NAN-  [AIMO HOLDEN AT CUM-  [BERLAND.  In the goods of Oscar Ifelmston  [deceased, intestate.  TAKE WTICE that by ord \  Ser of His Honor Judge Barker,  '���������made in the above court on the  [���������3rd day of September 1912,...tlie  I undersigned was appointed Ad  hniinistrator ������f the estate of Oscar  [Johnston, who was killed at tlie  [JFraser River Logging Camp on  [April 15th, 1912, intestate.  All accounts against tho estate  Land all accounts duo the estate  Miuibt bo prescuted and paid, rC6-  jipectively, on or before tlie 1st  I-day of November 1912.  ,W. W. Willard  Official Administrator  liC nm berland, B. C.  THE  TOWS, -CTMBrfttAKB,   ESiTSSff   COL'OlvlSSIiL  w  flflAD  in the riEWS  C0UN1T COURT OF   NAN  [AIMO   HOLDEN   AT  CUM  (berland.    ,o ���������"���������-...  In the goods of Jaawa Fiteger-  |ald, deceased, intestate.  TAKE NOTlCEthat.byord-  3i- of His, Honor Judge Barker  lado in tiie above court, ^on the  tal day ot^&ejteinber, 1912, the  Imdersigried was appointed Ad-,  jnini8trator of the estate of James i  Fitzgerald, who was killed at the  Eraser River Logging Camp m  |Vpril 15th 1912, intestate.  All accounts against the  estate  liiid all   accounts due the    estate  jmist be  presented and paid, respectively on or oefor������ the lst day  if November,' 1912. .,- ���������.*,������������������;���������*  W. W.  Willard"'  Official Administrator  |tJumberland, B. C.  *  FOR SALE���������An "Empire"  Typewriter. 'In excellent condition; -Will-sellcheap, a*s owner is- leaving the - -city. Apply  this office.  M-OTICE ii .hereby given ihat-, g^3g  on the .first day of December YlM \  next application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial  ���������PoUee, Victoria, B.C. for a renewal of the hotel.license to sell  liqnor-s by retail iu the hotel  known as the Malaspiua Hotel,  sit'ustted ai Lund, B. C.  FRED THULIN  Dated October 16th, 1912  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tho groat Uterine Tonle, nua  ,Oi_F safe ei&etiial MontWlv  Kegulatoron which *women au-  ���������depend. u Sold in threo decreet  of strength-No. X, r?l; No. 2,  ���������__,__ . _*_*..'.���������   _* JP"eerc'������ stronger, $3; No.3,  NOTICE is iiereby given lliat so days    -EH      "f toepMiiU cases. $S per box  ���������<v���������   j . ,���������     ���������        ,   , , v        J   W     -a������m>   Bold oy aU drugsi3ts, or ae^c  alter elate application   will be made to     J    \t������     flwspa'd on receipt* of priw  the Superintendent oflYovincial Police.  ^AcoS^^^  Victoria, li. C, for a renewal of the hole! license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known as the Hon Aujjusta Hotel,  situated at Comox. li. C.  Amos Cottpington,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912  ���������WW*  ; Wood's ������bo9gfeo&i&o\  The 'Great*Entlixh   Rcmcd):  Tones 0 ndy n vigvumes tuo w ho v  jiervdus pygtom,   ni^Tiou   if ���������  *Illc.jdia.o*d Voins. OttStuJUfc.  iKtatorriroa, attut JSftieU joJ*_lHUic ov JitSesse.  fPrloe'U pel' box, fix.!or S5.  One \s lit pwaso,  1-wlU euro.  Sold by all dn  Iplain.  \KUiUedjitx_   ...������.-         _  XlAfTmtrUi mndaeri        \ .. .,Tow>n6fN Ont  j*������i pel' oox, m_iui bu.    _nu w iu jjreuou,...  euro. Sold bf all drugffUts or mailed ii  l pjsr. oa receipt of prico. New panv hit  eilfree. The Vitatf Medicino Co*   Change of advertis*"fcer4s_.\vill  Jnot be received at this <!#ee later  Itliati 1 a o'clock noon   on   Tues  [days.  [The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience for guests.  Tho Oontial Hotvl for Sportsmen  |None but the Ufrst of Wines and Liquors  U the Mir.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop/  mlmmmmamtmutmaa_amtmm_mg_m_m_mtmmmm������  |*VMHHrt^4������M^H<'H^M<4^HH-  Q  W  An Ad in the  News  pays.    Try it.  ROOMS for rent at Alurinelli's  Rooming House, Dei went Ave-  FOR SAi^E���������Three, milk-  cows, first class milkers, also tw  heifers in calf, graded slock,  three horses, two drivers and a  geneial purpose mare, age three  and four years. Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach..    %.,  Union Steamship Co. of B. C, Ltd.  /    the s. .s. co wrc ii an will sail7a4������������njq%u  POWELL RiyER-COMOX-UNION-OAMPBLXLRrrER-routii  Leave Vancouver Thurs; 2 p, mArrive Couiox Friday 6 a. 111.  Depart 7 a. in.  Arrive Uuiou Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 am. (For CampbeU'Ri- lg  ver, wayports for Vancouver.) '*"*"'  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-C0M0X ROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to cliaiige without i.otice.  The purest aud br st BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  coPvniGHv.  Siyward Lund Dl-tiic',  Di's,tiioi of Saywaid.  TAKE K0T1CE that ClianuiLe S uar  Duuhaa,  of   Ko*.v   York,     Haw    York  occupation clerk, iuteud t*uap(.-ly forjfor-  niisswu  to purchase   the' follo������*lug tig.  oribod.land.-: Comuieueing at a po. t {.Idnt-  ed at n-Tt! .jastcoiDcr oi lotiM'J,  tKeros  norili S'l chai*s, thence   west HO  eba(>,i,  theuce snub -GO  ch-sius, V.iamti   cast  B.  dihius to p. isjl <sT-o vis-*ir������?t'C������uis!nt couti iu-  io^ 610 nvrt-B m.ue (.sr.lsi.-8.  CH A N NING -STUAI-lT DU K IJ A _  F*.s!ier il.Oaskim. .\co-it.  i)ato Ju*jo S3 ri I, 191 "2  Si>Vr���������.!*.] L'ii.d {Patriot.  J)i>t ic:..{ S.^ywaT,l.  TAKE NOTK"^ tint J -*t,n Ar hur J)a'y-  of Xeiv Vwk, Ntw YorV,   ���������cvupati 11 <.!(-ra  jinteudoto apply   fur pcrmi-gli'ii u,  uilr  ahiiiii llio   full avL:jo  d^sa-iLe,)  Jant.^; ���������  nti-jiuicncing at   a.   {jo t,  plants cl   ut ihe  M'irtli-oast   c������viier of Lea-.u  46,   ihouee  ^j-ith SO chaius*.   th,i;co   wtst SO t*t.i.ii:s,  ���������siv-.sca i.onh  eOclmiiirj,   *h.nce   t-'m-l W  cimisis to poii t of fOBi!aei*!i.i*aint On Uia  iug tisO ac:es uicro or is>K.  JOHN A'-t'IliUH PALY  FsuherU. (J-oliins, A^eut.  Dale Juiw 24th, 1912.  Bn\������ai*J  1'  . st&ui tustrict mi.-; 1  Will    TAIi" NonCE   >h.  k*/il-^.     of     Nev/     Yer  ji������; Hi :ti cl.  .** v,-i rd.  t    "iVjutoi-   liii.-if,  Eo*v       _io:r  occupation laborer, i.ii������-i'di tu a ply  for iieriiiiosiDa tsi (sHrfhjn*-iki fol<)\, i, f  deseiibcd lauds:���������Couiiiso. ci g ���������*>'. it jot  planted 12J chajm wo ������ -,. d 10 cli.iu*  north of the s������������t><-oast ������co net ft L'.'-,sa  10. His nco sou-.h 80 cb dtiv*, t! e-.ce eust 4fc*  chaiaa thence nmth ������S0 cI.'ium, llic.i.ce  went 40 cbiiiuE to poiiil 0', c-'rtmf.nc nie*<l  onfciiDiug 320 acres uu.10 tr.io h.  WALTER ������l*:i ELL Ri:ST  Fbiiu;- M. G.-iric*.i}-f Aeuu*.  D-iie Juii,'24th, 1912.  J,   N.   McLEOD      pEOPBiEior,  English . x BUIITON alwuys on tau     altfo, tho famou* MILWAUKEE  BEERS-AnhetiBcr,, Bob������mian, Sohlta, Ao.      "OLD GREY BEARD,",,.  SCOTCH .WHISKY,' Best Winos and Liquors of all kinds. *-���������  Tho'rfowding and'Lodging Department, under tho nninodiato Mioerintondmioo of Mrs  ...������������������''., Davis, will bo.tour.d Firnt olosn in every reapoot.J  BATES,  tpl.oo por day upwordB,  MOV4NG ?  Pianos and"'       -nv  lM-eighf, Wood and Coal Hauled  ' ^* INDEPENDENT  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS  ONLV ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.  NOTIOE,  Riding on locomotivoa and   rail  way care of the  Union fiolliory  Company by any poruon or  por-  sons���������except tain crow���������ic strictly  prohibited.    Employees  r.rc sub-  iec to (homifiBiil for allowing earn-  Uy ordor  W. h, COULSON,  Geucral Manager.  08T OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE AT TI1JS OFFICE J0������  ^s^f\s������M^M^^fs������*/^*������>^^^  T    G. H TARBELL    T  mm-*mm*-mmt**i  mmmmtamxma.  HIGH GRADE STOVES  * And all KITCHEN ^UTENSILS  Sportsmcns Goods  nud  General Hardware  wunmu-M nwimiim  RIGHAUDBpN.������i HAYWOOD  PHONW 5-7  VVinderniere Ave.    '  ORDERS TAKKN  FOR  NUT   COM.  ta***--*, ���������**���������*- ��������� ������������������������ tmmaammaimmmamm ���������i**������**������<w������-������������i*������������������sW��������� j^  ���������������������������. .t "NO^IOU.  To whom it may concern:���������  Thi* in to notify the public  that nil freight charges on bonded goods f-lfiffrntl nt Union Uny  for the Coniox Valley 1ini.1t be  paid before goods can be forward  ed. By order  Canadian Collieries Duufcuiiiir]  Co.  TENDERS will by rucwivud by  tho undersigned up to Nov ICth,  1012, for tho pui'cliaKO of Oak-  bunk Frrm, cow-nHting of 15 wcrt������s,  with hix-roonieil  hojiao, linrh nml  biuulut     Auuui  OUC   imii     Ui     i's������'  bind U denied, ai������out un nero oi  fruit luuiring tree* in tho orchard.   The property is iu a very  dfsirnbh** lorn Hon. about n mile  and a halt from ������1im village of  Courtenay. Hi{>host or any tcu-  ihr uot necessarily accepled.���������  .'John i\lUN������iti,f,.|  Soyward L*\ml Distriot.  Distriot of 8������yward.  TAKE NOTICE tint "Ounrlca llraiy  Jio*!1*, <f Now Vorlf, II. y., K'oupalioii  Hiik-rmnn, mt -mh to fipi>l,v Un i.it*i'iui.������ioii  to i������ srcli������c tho iollowiiig i1(eofibc<l lunilt:  Coinincndug lit a p *nv i.liml������d ut the-  uoi-ih-eiut onrnor <if J������t 532, thimco ni)rlli  S/0 ��������� liaiDH, tlionoo wiHt til clmlnfl, IIioiki-  fioutli 20 oliu.nK, Uioiicu tmut "0 clMino tn  joint o( cumiiiniicotnaiit ''(iiiiniiiii-fc! Hi  iu;roil moio or loiw,  OJARIJiH llfiNKV JUSST  fuller M. G.|,HkiiiH, Ag nl.  D toJunoM.h, 1013.  ^aywiini Uiml DiJtriot.  Dintrlct nt Sitytt'unl.  TAKE NO lif K tl'atUoJi'rfo Btiioln*, of  New York, N. V., moi jutioii oiifcinotr,  Ititi-mlii to npiily li r loimkiod to pur-  -tli'sHO tlio.. follmving d������*kijMl)i:<] IihisImi���������  ilommo. uing ut n pt>i*1 p^iiiiti'il i!0 (liiisiDii  HsHlh Ot tllU M'l'UVlMfst  Ci-MsCr i-l  lul .iiil,  i!.t nun (Hint W) clmiii-f, ilicnto (until  41)  cIihIijh, thoi co  wont  2(<  cJiflini',   tlwinx  Miltil) '10   uli'HIW   (ll   prill'   if   CO' l:!('lU.-s.'-  inuit ooiil-.<iii )i% KO r,irc- in-'re m Js.-n������,  (.KJUlir. A'ti'A KM  |''*|,l|is,, \1     I'-', lfi tr.ii.   X, ~1,T-  ri.ito Juno lihli, Mil'].  It ynu v/nnt anvitiinp in vnliics, sun  cjse-i oryunlc, li) Thu Hij; Sioic. They  have the t������ryes������ and mini tomptete as*  lornncnl, nt the imut if*n*ortnbh price**.  NOTICK"..  <MMM������t  NOTICK is hereby giveu Hint  she general f-lore biiBino.ss or Dun  can Hros. has this day bi'cn sold  to James I-I. Parkin. All accounts, due the late firm must be  paid Io K. Duncan, who will settle nil liabilities.  Sntidwiek, Oct. ist 1913.  mmmmmammmm iim ��������� mm* wmmtwm.atmm, m wiw'M ���������> wi wiwt������  NOTIOK  Any person 01 pornoim, cutting,  removing or taking juiy Mockp,  liin'uor or wooil, ol any detieriptioilo  )eloii};i!ig to thii Wellington Col.  dory Co'y., or from or off tlio land  uf tho eaid Company, or anyone  tipjiiup; rubbinh of any <le������eripiinu  nnywhero ujwit Uie roinpaiiy'i* I tiicno t it nth 'jt������siii������ii������, ill  laii-1 will im iiruniwutod i<> thn lui. * ;*'I::' ��������� ���������'''���������' (** ; '- '-'���������' ':  , m        . , |si������,|.sUt<1������l."li������*.'������i   H<������   .1������.SIS'|/  extent or the law. |. r ]iv.  W. I*. COULSON, j i;KOl:OKn!Aiir,KisroNK  sSnywaid Luul Uinl ict.  Dmtiiirt of Kiywatil.  TAT-r?" vntl. V *l,st  c.,,r,-r-  n,,tli*  Mon*; nt Xo.v \\������k, N, V., osicitp..tusii  .-lurk, iiiiui i\a to app'y fsir punisiHrt m t'  ���������'iircliii-o llio foVrt* ii n il���������*fiuiil)-jil liril������:  {'(Miitiss'���������( oir (.������ ot 1 \i s������t i'l,ii.t*il ix) <'b si (in  ivokl w:il 12' ������li"ti*.n ri"|(li * I ihe u.s i'i <m~\  ���������Sfitlirr ' I !"! li'-i. >lv ���������!'."'   sin*   .III   . I|s(u������,  Si> wns d Land Ijibtriot  J'SHtiictof 8a*y,ifii*d  TAKE NOTH-JO tbat William John  VYhituiKof. New York, N, Y.. ocw-.patir.n  Enuliicir, inlondfi **ii npply for permission  to vureha e the following dceoribud latida:  ���������Comsiio c'ng n*. a poat plnntod 90 uhuiun  Mpulh anrl }J0 utnini iant from tho j 01 tli  east corner of hil 579 (on post 5/1) thonco  north 20 ohairi", (lu-iiue west 30 oliaiuia,  tliaiuioiiouiji '20 s.s,liain3, thonoo uiihL HO  <*h.,"iiiH to poiut (,i c< mivioi cement, oon-  taiiimg (JO (io*oj muro or.Jo'������.  Wiix'um John AVniTJNu  Fitiriet*  M, Gmiklnn,'Agent  D,iUd Juno flaril, 1012,  .Snywartl LiimI District.  Diiliiet of Sayu-nril.  TAKK NOTICK   Ui������f"!i*nry -AltreH  Ho S, uf Now York, Now York, oioii|)iiti-  imiiloctiiciun, icto.silB tn a,pply f. r p-.-rnsu.  won to purinln ion to pnrohd o the f������llo.v-  .i������l,' (lo/ioi'iIwl  luml,*: ('i-mitnen^iii,' al  i  prsf-t plimtiiil iii Iho Bdvit'li i'-iiett oisrssor ''I  tho norlh Wi*; qnnrtrt' nf Hit t,$3, thmnnr  40cllllipHCIlfll,   II)M1(:<   10' (lll'Jsll)H  !-orth  ihcuno 10 o'lrtiuo \vi*ut, thonoi 10 ohaint  ,i'iilli top.inls.f ocmnii'iHOHis-'ut i.!'Hili.iic  in;j lll0nTt*3 moro cr 1 hh  llBMnv ALiriiisn JIesh  Fin! or M, GiHkin*, Ai;<;ijt  DsitnlJuiiiiWUs, Mill!.  Snywnnl bv.il Dietrict.  Dim!rot of K:**,>wanl.  TAia-; NUTR'E   that  Willium  Join.  Htilliv.ui,  Now Yii/k, N, Y ,   o������,'cupat,'oi,  ok'i'k, iiilt.'iiJu lo upply  fer pni'iniiuioii t  liiiroliut.o Uio folio, iii^   tlm follnviiiia tlci  0iih il landiJ;   f-ojui,r.iici'. ^  i>t    a   potii  phtlltotl 10 i:'*(Jii** nouth fiom  !hi* .-mUlt  ou������>t i-o'iu'r *l' list fi7D (on pint i>'i I) tlionci  ii'il'th W fh'iiu;', Uif-iicv i-ii.'t SJ  vhait.i,*,  tiiont-x* fiuth SO clin'n**, thence w,-.*,t ii<;  clniliic, io point of otimruiiuotMii'Hit oon  UiisiiiR (JIO ticca in >r<s nr Ichi.  WILLIAM JOHN St.li.LIVA:;  FiJjiifM. GiinUiu!., Aj;(i,t.  UsitoJuiioUM, Ifll'J.  m* m*amtm ma- *a- ������ "���������*������iilM"*i������*fi������iw m**>'"***may- ���������*-.- m a  iSnywanl hint \) nls kit.  l)iiit,������iot of .'vywiinl  y-j-wain Land Di.irmt.  Di!si- s3t if Sa. -.Mini  TAKENOTi.Jii tliiit Ch.".iloi P,jm������'t.l  Vnncouvur, B. C; oBoupati.,]! coutruoe-,  inlcnd-i lo apply f< i* pcrrai-.siou t-^ *6ur.  uhneo AsftfUyv, ir.g ik'soribfiil Iai*id>:~-  Coaijaeiiciug at p. post pl.'tuted nt ib >  ;i-*ut_ east coins! of lot S7S, tbsccJ w'eit  Ml chains, tlioucu eouth HU cb mis, *.ln-t &.  eaat 40 cliaiiid, u>e.- c-' li-sr ii 3J ohaius ts.,  tioint s.-f cc*:v.!Jif*ijcvmenr cont-iijiiisg .226  jioi's's mure   or liss.  Cii/-:i.!S Pun-nt  ^ F soer  M. Watkins, Am'sir.  P'.sted Jhiip 19. h. 11H2.  _������������������__������_-mI������*y������i__tv-^._._^uuu_t^uU.'������ ������������������mi-*-**"y^.^min MM>  Siywanl  Luul  District  Di?t. -.1 (fSivvvard  TAKE KOTLOiO tl.i'it Mjnie BonnetSe,  f Vancouver, ocjupaiio-i   Kwse, intends  <> uy;*ly for iwrinieoii'ti to   pnrcli-^e   the  Lf^.������o\������iiig--iiijji.r-oi.*Ci-���������'lglld.~!1:;::(JonJIi^^?tt6I!l-^"  ^t n post [sjrti;tesi at ilio   t oiLll ca3t Oorujr  jf l������.l. 58 i, ihencoua t   10 chains, theuce  ihence north   40   otiai-.s,   iiie.sc������   woi***  i'O chains,   tbemo   bouth   40  otiuius   to  joint ol   eoiiiiconceuK.ut  ^.oau-siiiiajr   im*-*  ,iui-t,s mow or iea.'.  Myi:t_**; BoxNirnr  l-'isher ������!. U.akius, Aif^iiL  Dalcil June IP'h,  IDV2.  Sav-viird -J-iin-t IMatiiot  D.'s risi', <-f ,S y-Mii-d  TAK]*: NOTJC:i';   tint,   Joseph   He.uty*  [{.���������or 11' Now Ynfli, oc.up Usui SiIlbiuhc,,  mu ads io apply tsii* p.j,m,HMoo   to  >ur-  iia'--<*   tln>   f(ii!')^ii)|j   di Huril)---1   tunds:���������  .'uinniii.oiiif,' at, a postp;:.uttil U0   clia'iin  veiit iind tuii ohiisa north of thu souih  ���������*i!>t i!oiijs:i* ot 1 a-ic l(i, thenc j north 2(i  ���������hauls, tht'tice L'iiHt 20 uiiuhis*, thunc a^uin  .0 cliiiini, ihuML'u ivutt 12lJuiiu it������<  to point  ���������if   comiiieiim'iiiKiit   ooiilisi'iir-.s/   .'0   acicy  .m>io or fi-n_,  Jii^jipn lfi..snY Baku  Uat.'il sJnne  Fwlior iJ. UntiLiufl, Aubti'.  Sriih, I'Jl'i.  Saywaisl IjsiihI J^istriot  1) -trios oi Suyward  TAKIC NOllOli Hint. Jiiiii.ii) B-sitmra  Dui.u of Nt-w Yuik, N. Y., occupation  JViiohyr, inlui ilu to isj'ply t"1' lJfi'ii-uMi.in**  !" piirtilniiiu tli,* fjl-owiiif* uofiiiiuiiil himtD:  ���������s's iii*. oic.'i'jB al, 'i pant jihliito.l ot Uie  ���������ji-i-ih oriHt eorner of lot ������������������)$;���������), thetifo I'ovlh  yO <��������� lumti, tjupiico ���������.vc-l bd uhaiaii, IhenKu  iD'iili'is) clnini. tlr.'iijii oiut 8J rliui'iii to  p 'HK   (;f   (,".s|i lUclliOnilit,  fOlsllliLillJI .010  fn.-. laoro or  l.,.,.  ,1    -'.HH   IJ' Id .I'D Hv.vj  is'i.iii-i ��������� .i. O *,.* >i ,, i\sf" n%  >i't-?l Joii(;-t!*ith,  Mu.!   ,  S.*o*.v*!i in,:>si(l.i.'j'*l.i'iel,  ��������� Dis;i.ii������i si," ;S,sv n ���������k1,  TAKJ:1. N(.)'L!'l-'   t'ci'l   ,������,i1mi   ( .-,,-s,-,'1  Kyan nf Now Yol'h,  N������*w \*oij*, ���������..*��������� vi'imli-  on hrolier, intciuhi to apply tor puuiv.uiou  to piirchsiHii thu pnrcljmo tli������ i"������lluwl(.-*|{iJov  n:iib<*sl   hmilu:���������(.'ouiinonoiiig at   ll po������t  'U'lK-il ut  tin* ������io> lli-(������n*s*t.-coruer of the  io lh oust '.pi-wl'i'i* ( f Is.t WI, thouuo nmt  !-Q (-li'iit'i, Uiu.<;o north 10 ch linn, thctca  ���������vsi;t SOthaii.H, thouoj couth 10 vhwiiiB to  ('���������siiit of  co'iiiiinn'iutia'i.l,  onlHi'iiii)/   'V2Q  i.-iti nunc tn hi"3.  M)l\H UX*Wl)lii':x>r.  t iil.'f-r W. xJ.ml-Jin, .XiiUmt.  U.ito Junr.2lf:i, I?I2.  Sayvvaitl Laud District  1'isti'ict of Sn.^'Uiiril  PA!-'. !.i lint:-.'*, tlmt  Jv'ui   Ciu-  uf   Nf.v   Vuii., .>; x.,  i-iv  I" -  ���������M    [',-*.'.  clr.ixi   iht*    folliivviisq;    <k'StTii)u<i  TAKK NOJ'ICl'i tliat Willium AiixiiuBt. ),un<h'.'���������('���������>*tutiu.'IHti*y    ut   ll   |iO*!t  !!!f'"vt,,^.Ior.!!v^;.?'.\.T?^ ;M* ^m ^,,h n!iJ m  to  pe*ehiim>   t|H,    following ' il-i-trilrd ,",'*������- '-' ''**l��������� ������'f !i*^   m.*i til CUl uor (J  li(,iil;������(.,i>iiiin<U"iiC nt   h    p-M    |l'(t'trs*l :'it*������*"l, (lit'tH*- WCi i"  ������M ������,'!i:UII������* t(  UOolniii.ii lixtit n������i * In i-hnf-r, uoiili i-f t'-ii* . s   ���������, ,���������/f   ,   ,    r--,     ,)���������,,,,  ..       ,             ,,,,-.,    ,             . i*;i!*t lo'.i'idi v ol   l"t   ���������>ol,   '.Miiti-  north-him t c-.riKr ������jI lot i'ii-!,  tl������n, v *.m* t ,       ���������  rxiol.viHiiiornoi b'ti*.  tolot r-,-.l, n.d.co H'iitli M0 i*!,aiii;-������,  tln.-iu-c  vrt  lib  ti)tibihi'*ffh   tT,i\>,   I-,-,*, x- ,-.. '-���������-.���������   -f /i:'.i(,:-   tlts.1"'" '"-'i'.b   ���������!') .-Ivnv.i in  ������ ws.-i *i')i lotfif.i, ti***r.<������<* -"hf m,.y���������.Uu-. V.  ' -t.i ; ;  IllIVS    lu>.I*.'  \Vi*l)hirrf/it) r-ojlpsfi"  f'n,i-  jDnte��������� Juuti lil.li, 1HIJ.  I  v.] .:,- :-;.   l!,-, .,: i, .���������:.  i  j.niiit */f   *' t.r,I.,t'i'.s:vl������.*.H.   ���������ml  i I'.'t ��������� );'������ * ���������* (,r '.i' ���������. -  \VI!.r.!.\M AU'T.\VT.. I.I'i'lIOI-T  FMi-rM.U*.li..--. Aji",*t.  Dit������r Jiill't 'ix'lU, T.il'Z.  ���������  ft' nt Im.-*  ji'-int nl  ':i*'.uinci ceii".'iit <.:<'tlt������iilt  in;.;. ';oo  * t ���������' 1    _  W.f  ..h) in  1  '.'l'*.   Ills'l'L*   0,     il'ts'-'.  Jons C������*������;iuy  Ki.licv  M. r)H-ki������tP, Aj|*nJ;  l.'.it.������������ Jn'... 'jOtli, VJli. THE NEWS. CTJMT?TCRT,Al\rD. K. C  280.00  Buys a 4 H.P.  INDIAN or  EXCELSIOR  Motor Cycle *with free engine  clutch. Now is the time to buy  one, as tho fall riding season is  abojut to commence. You need  one for business and for pleasure.  Write for Catalogue.  $25.00  with order buys a regular 540.00  ���������Empire Bicycle while they last,  fitted with coaster brake, mudguards, roller chain, extension  handle bars, etc. Fully guaranteed . Only 25 at this price, so  write now.  CONSOLIDATED   BICYCLE   AND  MOTOR CO., LTD.  185 Notre Dame, East.     Winnipeg  RIST AUD HEALTH TO W0THF.R AND 8HI18.  ' ilas.Win-at.oWii Boot'hiwo 6\%or b������i be  ?ltd (or over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS  !0THEK9  for   tlieir   CHILDREN    WHr"  KKTItlNO, ���������with PERFECT BUCCBM.  ������0OTHEd ttt CHILD. 801'TENS the OOMI  ALWAYS all PAIN: CORES WstKD COLIC. M  tithe beat remedy for UIARRI1CSA.   It U ���������b'  ���������olutely har-nilci*.   B������ itsvt and aik fot "MM  Wlralow'������ Soothing Byrup." and take aa oil  kind.   Twenty-five nnt* a bottle.  SITUATIONS VACANT  Young men placed in positions as  Telegraphers, Freight and Ticket  Clerks just as fast as we can prepare  them. Railway Officials endorse our  System because our instruction is  specially, prepared. Day and Mail  Courses. Write for Free Boole 19,  Dominion. School " Railroading, Toronto.  Murphy Agreed  o  the  For three solid hours the captain  had  been  lecturing his  men on  duties  of a soldier, and he thought  it was time to see how much they had  understood of his discourse.  Casting his eyes round the room,  he, fixed on Private Murphy as his  first victim. ** .-. ' ,  .Why -should  a  man  fight  for  his  country? ���������������������������**��������� .    ������������������'������������������*,  ,;   Private .Murphy,'scratched his head  for a, moment, and then a smile of  -fenlightmehtr'crossed-his-*-fa,*ce*r.        ���������,���������  . Sure, .captain,  he- said  pleasantly,  you're quite right.     Why should he?  , Will Adams, , the first Englishman  in Japan, or.e of the most .delightful  books. ever written, has been out of  print for thirty years or forty years,  but Its i.iemory remains. ** Those  Zrrt.unate enough to',,have r3ad,it will  be Interested to learn that a memorial  to Adams was unveiled by the British  ���������ambassador en Juno 16 over the grave  in Tokio where the, famous pilot lies  beside his .Tapaneso wife.  Will Adanis, who was a navigator,  landed in Japan in 1600 and was kept  tn the country by tho Emperor on account of,1.1.1 knowledge of ships. Ho  was presented with an estate, was  not allowed to < return to England,  whero He had a wifo and family, and  died In Japan In 1620.  After Gladstone and Bright Separated  Perhaps one of tho most entertaining stories'told by Mrs. A."' M. Reynolds in the life.of. her father, Franfe  Holt, the famous portrait painter,  ���������whose early death ln 1888, at the age  of 43 occurred on the eve of his being created a baronet, is that concerning Gladstone and Bright after they  were separated by the first Home  Rule split in the Liberal party.;  ' When rny father, said Mrs.' Reynolds, was engaged,,on the portrait  of Bright, he incidentally mentioned  that he was'about to paint a similar  one of Mr. Gladstone. It must he  a very painful thing for you, Mr.  Bright^ he hazarded, that after all  these years you should have found  cause to sever your connection.  Indeed It is, replied Bright, with a  sigh, to think that after we have trodden the same path together, shoulder  to shoulder and hand in hand we  should bo forced apart in" the evening of our lives! And by3what? By  a bogey that "has risen up within him  and is beckoning him away from duty  and sense���������by a Frankenstein. Do  you know, Mr. Holt, I seriously fear  that my dear old friend's mind has  become radically undermined?  When he was at Hawarden painting Gladstone ..the subject of my-father's portrait of Bright cropped up.  Ah, said Gladstone, with much interest, aad how did you find him?  Fairly well, and he spoke very affectionately of you, Mr. Gladstone.  Did he, indeed, replied the sitter,  sorrowfully., Did he, indeed? That  was a cruel blow. That after a*lifetime of- mytual esteem and of good  ���������work undertaken and carried through  together we should be divided on so  clear a question. Tell ine, Mr. Holt,  ���������and here his mouth twitched, for he  was evidently struggling with strong  emotion���������tell me, did you notice any-  'hing 'hi ��������� the manner' of iny old friend  which would lead you to believe that  his reason was becoming in any way  unhinged.  Quarter and the Sack  Now, said ..the decorator to his  brand-new apprentice* you have finished your work' for the week. But  if you'il stay and mind the sliop for  a minute, whilst I go" out, I'll give you  an extra quarter. Mind you don't  forget any. messages or ordera and he  sure you clearly understand them.  The apprentice declared that he  clearly understood his master.  Twenty minutes later the master  came back, and demanded if anybody  had come In, a ���������������������������*���������  : Yes, assented the apprentice. Nobody's been ln except somebody as  wanted;, somebody to go somewhere  sometime to do something. , But I  told him lh no time as on Saturday  afternoons there warn't'',' not nobody  nowhere to do nothing nohow. He  said in that case he refused your ac-.  ceptance of the jb_ he's not giving  you, 'cause he makes nothing of'anyone who does anything 'anyhow, and  never gets nothing done when never  expected. .  The apprentice got the quarter-:  and was fired.      ,  He���������It's quite true that thoro aro  pilcrohes sin kisses.  She���������Oh. tlie sweet littlo darlings!  HOT  SUGGESTIONS  Advice to Expectant Mothers  British Earl Worked _s Miner  The Earl of I-Iardwicke, wlio informed the house of, lords the other night  that he Lad worked underground for  two years as a miner on this side of  Hie Atlantic, would hold the title of  Baron Morden today in addition to the  ethers which he possesses but for the  fact that his great-great-grandfather,  Lord Chancellor Yorke, declined on  his deathbed to authenticate the patent of the .peerage^ conferred upon  him on his elevation'to the woolsack  en which he never sat. The- second son of Lord Chancellor Hard-  wieke attained his ambition to reach  the samo high office as his father,  but survived his appointment only by  rhree days.  The present peer is not <lhe first  of his family to have seen the rough  side of lifo. His falliec-, who flied  in 1909, Haw active service as a naval  oflicer in Uio Crimea, while his grand-  lather, the fourth earl, who was also  in the navy, had_spm_e^_exdting experiences" iii" connection with~tlie suppression cf piracy in the Mediterranean. An earlier holder of the title  was the Lord Lieutenant bf Ireland at  the timo of Robert Emmet's rebellion,  r.nd his action, or lack of action, at  tho time was the subject of considerable debate in the imperial parliament.  Scene (Schoolmaster's study)���������  Master���������Why were you late for early  school, Wright? ;���������������    ,  Wright���������Please,- sir, I must have  overwashed myself.  An Oil That Is Famous.���������Though  Canada was not the birthplace of  Dr. Thomas' Electric Oii it is the  home of the famous compound.  From here its good name was spread  to Central and South America, the  West Indies, Australia and New Zealand. That is far afield enough to  test its , excellence, for in all these  countries i* is on sale and in demand.  . Cause and Effect        y.;,'  ; Travelling in tho   wild'and ; wolly,  West,: a .gentleman entered,'".a small  township In order that he might make  the purchase of a "watch and chain.  The shopkeeper was very pleased  to oblige, but as he wrapped up the  articles purchased he Included with  them a fearsome-looking revolver of  very respectable dimensions.  I say, observed the astonished (traveller, what are you doing? I didn't  offer to buy a revolver.  The watchmaker, puzzled in turn,  and thinking his customer must havo  lost his sense and" reason, replied:  But you have bought a gold watch.  If you are going_to keep it in these  parts, you'll want the gun, too!  I bought, a horse with a supposedly  incurable ringbone for ?30. Cured  him with $1.00 worth'of MINARD'S  LINIMENT and sold him for $85.00.  Profit on Liniment, $54,00.  MOISE DEROSCE.  Hotel Keeper, St. Phillippe, Que.  No More Weary Willies  No longer shall the clerk sleep blissfully behind his propped ledger on  balmy summer afternoons. No more  shall tho telephone girl indulge in  halcyon after-lunch dreams!  For an enemy has arisen which  threaten.-* these hoary Institutions. It  is called ozone. So wonderful is its  power In electrifying the dreamy clork  that many large firms ore having  some machines fitted up In their offices, much to their employees' disgust. Becauso evoryouo must work  in an ozonised atmosphere; ono can't  help oneself.  Not only so, hut air permeated with  this dread sub-quantity, when drawn  Into tho lungs with deep breaths acts  as a chest developer. Besides which  many of tlio clerks placed in a roo-'*.  treated with ozono havo noticeably in-  ci eased In bulk  And tho diabolical machine that  works ah Ur mischief is a vory simple  little olottrlcal affair about tho size  of au electric fan.  Too Frail to Last  So you've broken off your, engagement with Miss Smarte? asked the  inquisitive friend.  His victim shook his head.  No, he replied; I didn't break it off.  Oh, then she broko .it off? ,  .No, answered the young man,   enjoying ' his  friend's growing wonder.  ��������� But it is broken off, Isn't it? persisted the curious one.  Oh, yes! explained the young man  gently She told mo what hor dressmaker's yearly bill was, and I told hor  what my income was. Then our engagement gently dissolved.  W*QWXS  . YJ.i>; h\*. 5. ,  YOUXL HAVE LESS.WORK AND MORE PLAY  IF YOU TRY THE MOONEY WAY .  Tho MOONEY way means more biscuits, less home cooking:  Because MOON EY'S BISCU ITS are fresh enough an^,appetizing  enough to take the placo of the product of your own ovsn.   For the daily meal  you'll like  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA   BISCUITS  They're the crispest, creamiest, most delicious soda  biscuits ever produced and they're made in Winni-  peg.'  A Western biscuit for Western people.        -  ���������f In air-tight packages or seeled tins.'  LET  MODNEY  DO It  r  The   EBkasfcrafciora   shows  r-  j  No child Rhlulil be allowed to suffer an hour from worms whon prompt  relief can be got in a Blmplo but  etTong remedy���������Mother Graves'  Worm  Exterminator.  The experience of Motherhood is ntry***  lng one to Tmost women and marks distinctly an epoch ln tholr liveii. Not one  woman in a hundred io prepared or understands how to properly core for hcr-  iclf. Of courso nearly overy womun  nowadays 1ms medical treatment nt  such times, but many approach tho  exporionco with an organism unfitted  for tho trial of strength, and when it  Is over hor system has received a shock  from which it is hard to recover. Following right upon this cornea tlio ner-  voub strain of caring for tlio child, and  a distinct cliango in the mother result*!.  k Thoro Is nothing moro charming than  a happy nnd healthy mother of children,  ind indood child-birth undor Uio right  conditions need bu no hazard to ho&ttli or  beauty. Tho unexplainablo thing is tlmt,  with all the ovldonco of shattered nerves  and broken health rosulting from an unprepared condition, and with ample timo  In which to prepare, women will persist  in going blindly to tho trial,  ' iwery woman ac ti>i.s tiiuu bhouiu rciy  n\wn tyih li.riitlthuui'sVeeclblh- Compound, a moat valuable tonic and invig-  orator of tho female organism.  ! In mnny homos  onco childless thero  arc r.���������*;'.��������� ehlJJrc**; becauso of tho fact  tliat Lydia E, Pink-  ham's Vegotablo  Compound makes  women normal,  healthy ond strong,  H you wnnt speel.il ndrlce write In  I.ydla H.l'lnkltnm Medicine Co. (conII-  ili-iilial) Lynn, Jim*. Your letter will  lie opened, rend nnd ati-wered by a  woman find lipid in strict confidence.  y-udiiio wiu'dbtorriilnod on making  a cliango.  'That's all right, Gcorgo,-about my  iiwoot face, she said coldly. I'm  tlrod of hearing about It! I wish  you'd roniombor my iiwoot tooth oc-  I'lisloiially instead.-��������� Answers, London,  A floating dry-dock with a lifting  onpaclty of !10,000 tons has boon built  for tho British Admiralty.  Argentine's corn crop for this yoar  m estimated at olght million tons.  Clalro���������Jaolc told mo ho wanted to  noo you In tho worst possible way.  Ethyl���������And what did you sny?  Olfilro���������I told lilm to como to  breakfast Romo morning.  Omniscience  Four-yi-n-'Old Harry was spending  tho day with his aunt. Dinner was  late and ilV3 child bogan to grow restless. ���������  Aunty, lie*  said  finally,  doos God  know ovorything?  ��������� Yes,T&fi&r, answored his aunt.  Evory littlo thing? ho persisted,  Yes, overy littlo thing, was tho roply. '  Well, then, ho said In a tono of  conviction. God knows I'm hungry.  2212 H.P.  4 Cylinder  4 Cycle  Water  Cooled  Motor  With  Dow  Magneto  Lady o������ the Haa so���������What caused  you to becomo a tramp?  Ragged Rogers���������The family physician, mum. Ilo advised me to take  long walks aftor my meals, nn' I'vo  boon walking aftor 'om over sluco.  In glvl'ig modlclno ln liquid form to  a baby, place tho point of tho spoon  containing the modlclno ngalnst tho  roof of tho mouth. Administered  in this way It will bo impossible for  tho child to choke or eject tho modlclno.  Price of Car with above body  lettered as you  requite $1300.00  f. o.b. Clinton.    Get Catalogue and information from  CLINTON MOTORCAR GO., LTD,, CLINTON, ONT.  Or STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  J  Public Baths  Motherly Hostess���������Our modest establishment has only ono bathroom,  so wo all havo to arrange when to  tako our turn. Wha,t tlmo wouM you  llko to lmvo your bath?  Nervoua Youth (who means woll)���������  Oh, your tlma is mine, Mrs, Brown.  I thought your fathor looked vory,  handsonvi with his gray hair.  Yos, dear old chap, I gavo him  those.  Woman���������I've lost a littlo boy, policeman.  Bobby-Wlmt's ho llko?  Woman (displaying a patch)~Woll  he's a patch ou his, trousers llko this.  Canned Peaches or Pears  Cut tin. fruit ln halves and romovo  the stnn-s-j or core. For ench quart  jar allow two cups of sugnr and ono  dip of ���������.viator. If tlio fruit Is rlpo  nnd swo.ft, Iohh sugar mny bo used,  Ono cup of sugar for each nunrt can  11 fruit l������ used whon tlio fruit la not  very nol-l.  ������������������imoli'M aro miccoHsuuily ppoieii liy  ������H'y!.**������ ihfiii hi UAllnn 3j/4 H'.'iUr for  u fr*w niiiiuten. Tlio skin will nllp  off us onslly ns from a tomato, whon  tioitK.'il 'n a similar iiiiiiinor.���������Wo-  nuin'H World.  It Is not generally knViwn that oil-  marks or marks whoro pooplo havo  vested tholr heads can bo taken from  the papor on walls by mixing plpoolay  with wator to a consistency of cream,  laying It on tlio spot, and lotting it  remain till tlu*.following day, when It  may bo oaniiy remfved with a penknife or brush.  W.  N. U. S13  hrillH*   fs-,li   l-m.sss-  Ui;,lil-ih   Ul   tiltllBII  Columbia won* accused of having vie-  '.liiil/.oil Knglhih and Scotch settlors  by soiling to tlioni (at long range)  fruit rnnobfii which woro Hltiintcil on  tbe topi; of mnutitaliiH, It Is hiiIiI  ll'rtt the r.nptnln of a stoambont on  Kfiofenny Wiko mifo hr>nrt\ a I'ri-nt.  splttMli In tho wulor. Looking over  tlio nl! bo ttpliMl tho bond of a mnn  *vlio wn*i kwI in in Ine toward Ills bout.  H<> linllo.l hlrn. Do you know, mid  llm flwlmmor, thin Is the third tlmo  loilny tliu? I'vo fallen off that blooming old i-utich of mine?  An Intelligent Youth  That intelligent, boy thoro, said the  pedagosac to Uio top-hatted parent he  was showing ovor tho school promisee,  Ih Brown i nm prouu oi iti own. 1  hiivti lii.uh-.iifil In him the love of  learning to mioh an extent Unit ho  now prol'ors study to play, I oxpoct  at this moment ho Is writing Tlm-  mln's Latin prone on that shoot of  paper th?ro, while all the other pu-  juiw lliu ,il. liis**) ,      i Vsiil u.jwv;i lalu.  Ho called tho lad to him,  Brown, ho salld, lot mo soo tho result of your Industry.  I���������I'd ralhor not,'sir, blushed Brown,  Nolo tho modesty, whispered the  schoolnmlor. Como, Brown, lot mo  hou wlml you hnvo boon writing,  Btill the boy demurred. But tho  Hnhoolm'iBter insisted and forcibly np*  proprlnt'Ml tho paper. And there ln  neat linltatlpn of fominlno handwriting  he read tho following:  PI en so oxciibo my son .Tamos from  fcliool toiav.    Uo ls wanted at hn������v  A Wise Precaution  Tho day boforo sho was to bo mar-  rlod, tho old negro servant camo to  hor mlst.'oss and ontruBtod hor savings in hor liooping. Why should  I hoop It; I thought you woro going  to bo married, said hor mistress.  So I Is, Missus, but do you 'sposo  I'd keop nil dis money ln tho houso  wld that titrango nigger,  Well 8tated  You don't avoid hot weather by going away from homo.  No, replied Miss Cayenne but it's  hotter to bo among strangors, where  tho formalities prevent giving way to  tho Irritations of cllmato.  A New 8ennatlon  Mrs. Yeant���������I Just lovo to shut my  eyea and think.  ��������� Mr. Y*iast���������Why don't yon try that  with your month somotlmos, my doar.  Prosocutlng Attorney���������Your honor,  tho bull pup has gono and chawod up  the court Bible,  Judgo���������Woll, mako tho witness kiss  'tho bull pup. thon, Wo can't adjourn court for a week just to hunt  up a now Blblo,  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria,  mm_mmmmmmfmfmmf���������m.f.mf  He Had no Choice  Oho must learn to sympathize with  domostlo fralltlos. I waB robuklng  r, mun tho othor day for backing up  his wlfo lu what was not only an absurd Btory, but one In which I could  son ho had no belief,  You should really ho moro careful,  I said, and I toll you candidly I don't  bollovo a word of your wife's story.  You may do as you llko, ho aald,  mournfully, but I'vo got to,  Why He Called  Mrs. Hill���������Is your husband, the doctor, busy now? $  Mrs. Pill���������Indood ho Is. Why, ho  mndo throo calls up at your brother's  houso to-day.  I didn't know anybody was slolt  tli oro.  V.wr. liui'l, Ilo trail trying to  collect a bill.  Ah, Yes, Too True  I can't understand why you wish  to lavish your affection on a dog. Why  don't you adopt a child?  Oh, I should bo afraid to become  fend of n child. If it should die ono  couldn't havo It stuffod and put In  a comer of tho library, you know.  Not Cars Now  Tho city nophow was showing his  country undo tlio town from a scat  lu tho opon nir street car.  You don't ofton got a chance to rldo  on a p^root car undo, said tho nophow.  No, said undo, don't bollovo I've  ikl on a stroot car ulnco wu got our  now automobile  The Modern House  I want j'ou to build mo a fashionable  homo,  Havo you any special Ideas ns to the  stylo of nouso you want? askod the  ixrohltoct.  Not exactly,    I want ono of those*  modem places.    You know tho kind  I moan���������ono with a living room too  big to kcop warm, and a kltchon too  small to cook In,  The Clean Up  Old man, wo want you ln our clean-  nn onmoilfn  'All right.  Woll, nnmo your proforenco commit-  oo on dumps, alloys or backyards.  What would'you llko to cloan up?  I'd llko to clean up about a million  dollars,  Dentist-Wrltoloy, tho novelist, wni  in this morning and had a tooth  drawn, ;  Friend���������Ah I An extract from n popular author, as it woro.  zui~ '  "', ^z^=i_::;" ,' i:,ii",___b  ������.S b.k_l   si   ������   ���������   i    I,  tl  IU  ., tmffr&mt*t.rTf^matamjrmm*iffr.,  ���������*\***t  Chanee for Heroism  Adorer (anxiously)���������What did your  father Bay?   .  Sweet Girl���������Oh, he got so angry  I was nfrnld to stay and listen. He's  In a perfectly terrible rage. Oo in  and appease him,.  15o a Tin. ,   ���������*������  lfVi������'tls������tUH������/<ol:r,.iwilll������,i������.>>!ii,Ull������s������  ���������MAiMiutoniaiXAr.,*!*) "in-ir nu������J  onuNrrt. wim nst-r* titua n t iuim  ���������ftkU-slUfc TITR "NTRW.cf.  fTr^fpT?'"? ,i\rn   t?   r  nf  Sweeney's  Ghost  -Dead Men Tel! No ���������  Tal  ���������es  By  CLARISSA  MACKIE  After three days and nights of battling with freuzied winds and wild  gray -sens tho shabby HfUe steamer  Harygold fell upon the white reefs of  Eugar Island and pounded out ber fee-  tie life. o  Early dn^n found Captain Shaleb  Bnins end bis first mate digging a  ���������hallow trench ln \be snowy sand of  the Island's curving beach. Beside  the trench there lay a dripping form  roughly lashed to the Mnrygold's forward hutch.  wouldn't suspect that we was wrecked  on tbe very Island we was bound for."  "Aye, and he better take care ha  don't suspect!" threatened Peter Oar-  row.  Several days passed In a fruitless  search after tbo hidden treasure of  j pearls. They dug around the roots ot  all the largest palms.  There came one fair morning after  two days of ecrearriug hurricane  weather, wheu Peter Liarrow leaped  high tn the air and yelled with excitement-  "The palm tree! Tbe big palm hae  blown over!" he announced to his companion. "Now we can get at the roots!"  Captain Bains turned a soiled and  MODELED FROM MEMORY.  Danton Was a Wander, Though Ha DM  Once Mix His Subjects.  Danton, the celebrated caricaturist,  bad a wonderful power of, modeling  ; from memory. After one long look at  i his subject be could go to his studio  'and make a bust quite perfect iu Its  ' resemblance.  j   One dny a young man came to him,  saying that his sister was Ul and about  ito dio and that, although the family  I wished her bust modeled, tliey dared  ,' not excite her by mentioning it  ! Would he undertake to reproduce her  i features after seeing her once?   Dan-  . . ,, ..ton agreed, and next day the brother  unkempt head toward his first mate. ', ,nfoi.med Ws Bister that he intended  His eyes wero: bloodshot, and he was   t0 _regeilt her _.,th fiome jewel9 nnd  Chip ef Old Block.  When father learns that "Willis* amokw  Ho wears, a heavy frown  And laya aside all quips and Jokea  And calls poor WllUa down.  But when he drinks with other me  He spins a merry yarn  About the days ot childhood when  He smoked behind the barn,  ���������Milwaukee Sentinel  h  The mnte.paused tn his digging and  .flung aside the empty turtle shell that  bad serrcd as a spade. Be pulled out  si knife, cut the lashings and hurriedly  rolled the inert form into the shallow  grave.  "'Twas Sweeney," be announced  briefly to the captain, and the big fat  tna n nodded carelessly.  "What's that stuff out there?" asked  Bains, pointing a heavy forefinger*.  ���������'Broken spars and scraps of the waterlogged tubs you called lifeboats,"  growled the.mute.  "You ought to be thankful, Peter.  . Toil ought to g*Jt down on your knees,  man, because this Is all the best luck  you ever hnd." Bains' fishy eyes almost glowed with excitement.  "Thankful for what? because the  expedition hns failed? We.can nover  get to Sugar Island now."  Bains smiled triumphantly. "We're  on Sugar island this minute," be announced.  The mate -stared. "Nol" he yelled-  ' -"Yes," assured the captain, drawing  ��������� water tight metal ense from his  pocket "Just look at the mnp. All  " we got to do is to locate the palm under which the pearls are burled and  -.wait until somebody comes and takes  ns off. We'll be rich, Peter, much  richer than If the pearls had to be divided Into eight parts. It's half and:  bnlf now."  That evening they sat tn the shelter  ef a hope rock and watched the moon  rising out of a quiet bosomed.ocean..  Both were Hmoklng furiously and saying little. It bad been a hard day ln  many ways. They hnd found rather  nnpnlntnble shelltlsh and plenty.of co-  ��������� eonnnts-to-eat-and-a-tlnkllnff-rlH-of-  jweot wnter. They had not found tho  pearls, although they had dug feverish-  iy all around tho roots of tlio giant  palm.  "The mnp says nnder the largest  pnlni," Insisted Cnptnln Bains In response to Peter's skeptical mood.     (  "It wasn't there"- Peter wns begin-  jlng when nil nt onco he stopped short  and pointed nt something clnrk nnd  ���������luidowy thnt approached them out of  the white bei.Jty of the ulght  "Whnt's that?" he gasped.  "Ahoy, ther.l" piped a feeble voice  from the shadow.  "Who Is It?" boomed the deep voice  ef Pains.  ������������������ "Tis Sweeney," came from the near-  *tng shadow.  The two men nnder the rock leaped  forth nnd scrambled around to safety.  Little thrills bf superstitious horror  thllled their blood.  "You Del" quavered Peter Darrow.  "Sweeney's dead."  "We burled him," chimed In Bains.  ���������Then I'm rlz from lb' dead nud  thankful so to bo whin th' waves washed over me there I wns tucked nwny  a������ snug an yo plnze In a grave. 'Twos  myther promnyturo, I may say." And  the words were mingled with Dennis  Sweeney's unmistakable chuckle.  The two n*ou conferred tn grumbling  tones.        ���������j  "I'm thankful for th' wnrrum wol������  como extended to me, sceln' I've returned fromth' grave. It's been n long  day to Iny ,-dryln- In th' sun wlshln'  for a bite or a sup,*1 It wns Sweeney's  snrcnsm that convinced bis shipmates  Hint he hnd Indeed escaped donlh, but  the greed of gain overcame nny scruples tliey might othenvlso hnvo Iind.  i. "Sweeney's, dond," Insisted Peter  Dnrrow obstlnntoly, nil tho terror gone  from his tolce*. "If you're his ghost  yon can keep to youwolf. Wo don't  wnnt you nround horel"  "No more wo don'tl" ���������apbastzeA  Rnlns roughly.  "Indadol" purred Sweenoy's volco.  <"And might I nsk tf us three nro th'  only ones saved from tb' poor Mary  goidr  "Only two wns sovod-Coptnln finlnn  ���������nd tne," returned Dnrrow slgnlfl-  tantly.  "How sbont m������~don't I count?"  ( "You're dcndl" Darrow'i voice wu  final.  ���������"Twas s legnl bnrlnl-I cnn swear  In It," added Pnin* ponderously.  "kyit,"   ���������*������<>*>'    Vnu   *������w!k������   ul  V>Xit:itu*i',  ���������ye?, cnn nwcnr till .tot hlnrlt in tb'  fnco, yes bln������phemln* ould pirate, but  worruds won't kill Dlnuls Sweeney1"  'And the form of Sweeney rceedod  flown tho bench, accompanied by vory  ��������� udllilo fontnlpim  Toa should have dug It deeper,"  complained Cnptnln tlnlns querulously  as ho Joined bnrrow In a wnlk around  to (lie opposite side of the Islnnd.  "How did I know Ita wasn't dead?"  demanded Peter Impatiently. Then In  worried tones h������ went on: "I suppose  he'll be watching "������ nil Ihe time. Men-  de he'll expect a share of tlie pearls."  drowsy from lack of sleep. The wind  j bad been merciless In its lashings. "I'll  j come nfter Pve had these eggs," he  grunted, eating ravenously of the tur-  ! tie eggB they bad captured the night  ] before.  Peter waited Impatiently until, the  | big captain bad finished bis breakfast  and joined him in the thick undergrowth of the jungle. They tore relentlessly through clinging vines and  Impeding vegetation until they reached  the summit cf tbe hill where tbe giant  palm lay prostrate on the ground.  They flew at tbe tangle of upturned  roots and tor* madly at tbe loosened  earth.  "Herel" screamed Darrow suddenly,  and he brought forth a rusted tea canister. ���������  Crazed by the nearness of the treasure they bnd come so far to seek, the  two men fought over the possession of  the canister until finally the lid came  off in Bains' hand. Then they cooled  off sufficiently to look within.  Thero ln the bottoinrolled two small  pearls.   Thnt was all.  Their curses went up to the blue sky  bending softly above them and smote  roughly on the balmy nir. Finally,  breathless with rnge, they faced each  other.  "Somebody's been here first!" declared Bains.  "You mean this morning?" panted  Darrow, hiding his one pearl in bis  pocket  Bains nodded. "Since tbe palm blew  over.   Of course It was Sweeney,"  "We haven't seen, him but that once.  We thought mebbe It was his ghost,''.  objected Darrow. *      j  "The grave Is. empty," said Bafna.;  "I went and looked the next day."  "Then we'll find him." Peter Darrow  arose and looked down at the strip of  beach visible from the hilltop. "He  must come out at night PU catch him  If It takes twenty years, and then���������,  then"- ."  "Then-eh?" leered Balns. ���������  !!Hc;H_stjyTJn^  Darrow "cruelly.  All that day they looked for Dennis  Sweeney and found nothing save his  footprints on the sand and���������a pile of cocoanut shells showing where he had  eaten. All night long they hunted him  relentlessly, growing more ugly ns  morning approached. They did not  scan the thick tops of the palm trees  where tbo younger mnn might havo  hidden securely from them, for Sweeney was agile ns a monkey.  At that mysterious hour between  gray dawn and actual daylight they  came upon him standing at the water's edge/and there was something so  dim and shadowy about his nppcaranco  that the two treasure seekers hesitated for a moment so tbat he turned and  snw tbem.  Balns flourished the empty tea canister.  "You devil, yon'vo found the .pearls I"  be shouted. ���������        ....  "Go nwny," snld the voice of Dennis  Sweeney. "I'm dend-dond as door-  units. Yea hnvo snld sol Lnve me  list In pace, Itlmlmbcr, dead men tell  no tales!" j  "Bo careful, Sweeney," warned Peter  Dnrrow, edging towurd tho second  mnte. "We're armed and If you don't  give up those pearls you'll be dead and  wo'll get'om nnywny."  "I'm n ghost," snld Sweeney, wltb regret, as bo tumbled bnckward Into tho  water nnd struck out skillfully, with n  wary oyo for sharks, "I'm n spook.  Tb' captain thero will tnke oath to It  He said so."  Cnptnln Flolrfs lot fly a volley of oaths  on ho Joined Darrow at the water's  e&ge,  Suddenly Dennis Bweoney emitted a  frightful scream .and disappeared be-  nentk tho surface of tho wnter.  Tho two onlookors watched the bubbles rlso to the surfneo with horror on  tholr faces.  "Sharksl" mntterod Ilnlns hoarsely,  "My Clod I" groaned Darrow, momentarily unnerved by tho tim*xpoctedoeBi  of It  Wllh ono nccord Ihey turned nnt  hurried around to tho other side of tho  iBlnnd, whero tliey remained for several hours beforo thoy ventured to return to tho plnco whero Dennis Sweeney hnd disappeared from'lhelr sight  Carefully folded on the boiich nhova  high wnter murk wus tho red llnnnel  shirt of Donnlsfiivcoiipy. On tho shlrl  Iny two largo leaves, nnd In the middle  of ench lonf wns n littlo henp of pourls,  perhaps n third of whnt tho ten enn*  Ucr liuii wiitulucJ. Ui/tU'U lu Ui*  lined while coenl straad were struggling words.  "Whnt doos It sny?" demanded Ilnlns.  ���������"Take the next ship,"' rond Dnr-  row i'!vvr!y, T!���������ju ..������; tu������>������������su ..���������������*! isuo-,v  ed to tbe opening In the cornl reefs,  There was n trail of blnck smoke ami  tho blnck hull of nn Australian Knot  benrlng nwny from Sugar Islnnd, "ll  means he played n trick."  "The sly devil!" gniped Ilnlns st Inst  "Hero's more writing, Pejer.   Hend It  men I"  Dnrrow bent over nna obedientl.v read  that n young man would bring 6ome  specimens for her approval.  Danton brought In the jewels and.  going borne, modeled a bust of striking resemblance. Next yenr un old  gentleman, the father of the young woman, came to order a bust of the brother, wno also had died. This, too, was a  marvelous success,  j The result of such planning, however, was not always es satisfactory  to his patrons as In these cases. A  gentleman wbo conld not persuade bis  ' wife to sit asked Danton to enter a  certain omnibus oue day nnd (Ix In Oris  memory the features of the lady op-  ! poslte bim.  |   He did so, modeled a beautiful bust  , snd sent it home.   It proved, however,  ; to be not the mistress, but the maid,,  wbo had also taken the trip In the  omnibus.  monarch's and coins.  Nspoteen In a Temper and Louia Philippe on a Hunt  The great Napoleon was not great  at the whist table, nnd a characteristic story ls told of him nt St Helena.  At a private party of whist he took  out four napoleons to use as markers,  and one of the young ladles took up  one of the coins and nsked lilm what  It was. -The polite hero snatched it  rather roughly from her and, pointing  to tho impression, exclaimed, "O'est  moi."  Tbe annoyance caused by this Incident ruffled him so much.that he made  n misdeaL* Thr party begged htur te-  try again, and he did so with the same  result His countenance then displayed the rages of convulsive fary, and  bis anger was not appeased until the  house had been searched for old cards,  which could be more easily dealt  Meantime the unhappy Count Lns  Cases, bis only .attendant was ordered  to sit down nt a spare table to play  the cards nlone until they should run  smoothly.  ���������Louis Phillppe-Bhowcd-cqual-regard  for the coin thut bore tils name. He  dropped a louls on the carpet while  playing whist and arrested the progress of the game to look for It. whereupon a foreign ambassador wbo wns  one of the party set firo to a billet of  1,000 francs to give light to the king  nnder the table.  Prejudged.  A jury trial in a western town bad  gone along for more than an hour  when the trial judge discovered that  the panel whs shy a juror.  "What does this mean?" ho roared.  "There nre only eleven jurors In the  box.   Where is the twelfth?"  "Please, your honor," answered one  of the eleven, "ho hos gone away from  here on some other business, but he  has left his verdict with me."���������Lip-  plncott's Magazine.  BROILED SPARROWS.   , * i  tt Tip From Uncle Sam an How te Hf  due* the Cost of Living.  In most localities ln the United  States English sparrows are a pest  Thero ls therefore no reason why the  birds should not be utilized for food In  this country, an they have been in the  old world for centuries, says a recent  farmers' bulletin, issued by the department of agriculture. Their flesh  ls palatable, and, though their bodies  are small, their numbers fully compensate for their lack of size.  To kill mercifully a sparrow that has  been trapped place the thumb nail at  the base of its skull and dislocate its  neck by hard and quick pressure. To  dress it cut off the legs, the wings at  I the outer joint and tbo, neck close to  JVTOady's  Mirror  la  Menaces to Beauty.  First among the menaces to beauty  stands the tight clothes habit.   Health,  too, Is sacrificed to this false uwtion  j of form that seems to obsess so many  ; young girls as well as women.  !    The principle of tight lacing as a  A Point of Law.  The boat began to roll and,pitch.  .The Judeo clung to the rail,  lie didn't like the bounding waves;  His solemn face grew pale.  But happily a clever thought ,  ' Came to hla legal brain.  lie overruled tho motion  And felt all right again.  health and eventually a beauty enemy  ilie body", suTp oflTthe" ������W_rbe6l"nnIn_ I,s so K,ulPle ll,e wondcr ,s ������ has n0*  ac the neck, make a cut through the ! presented itself to Its followers Jong  body wall extending from the neck ! before. "Pulled ln" clothes crowd the  along tbe backbone till the ribs aro j flesh, press upon the arteries until  severed, then around between tbe legs they nre half closed and thus retard  to the tall and remove the viscera. \ circulation. Poor circulation means a  If sparrows are to be broiled save   blotched skin, a pasty complexion nnd  ���������Life.    (.  Pereuaeive.  "Will the ladles move np fronjt,  please?" said the conductor on a car  crowded with matinee girls.  There was little response, so he  spoke again.  "Move forward, please, ladles; the  motormnn Is a great deal better looking mnn thnn I nm."  Smiling, the ladles moved up.���������Boston Transcript  Daisy's Diagnosis.  "Would you think me too bold If I threw  you a kiss?" '  Said smart Alec to pert little DalRy.  "Oh, no; not a bit of UI" countered the  miss.  "Just 6lmply and sinfully lazy."  ���������Canadian Courier.  only tbe breasts, as this method ot  cooking so shrivels and parches the  lesser parts as to render tbem worth- !  less. In tbis case tear off a ship of  skin from wing to wlqg across the  back, grasp tbe wings in front of the  body in one hnnd and tbe neck in the  other and by a quick pull separate the  breast from the ribs, turn the breast  out of tbe skin that covers tt.and sever  tho wings at the second joint The  whole operation requires but a fraction of a minute, and It can be done  Dy tbe fingers alono.  Sparrows may be cooked by any of  the methods employed for reedblrds or  qualL When boned, broiled, buttered  and served on toast they are particularly good and compare 'uvorably with  the best kinds of small game.  Unworthy.  A woman lately wrote an editor of  tho personal columns and said:  "I have lost three husbands and now  have an offer of a fourth. Shall I accept hlmV"  The reply came: "If yon have lost  three husbands 1 should say you nro  too careless lo be trusted with a  fourth."���������Harper's Magazine.  Impatience.  "Some of. the problems of* human existence are becoming more and mora  complex."  "Yes." replied the admiring parent  "l can hardly wait for my daughter's  'graduation -essay to let us know what  to do nbout them."���������Washington Star.  AVIATION  IN  EUROPE.  People Show More Publio Interest  Thero Than Wo Do Hero.  Does aviation g������ witb patriotism?  Bo It would seem, i found all over Europe a public spirit rising to tbe demands ot the new art of conquering  the uir by monoplane and biplane. In  France public subscriptions, even from  the school children, were being collected fort-lie purchase bf aeroplanes  for the use of the nrmy.  Early In March a wove ot patriotism swept over France. The national  movement for the purchase of nero-  planes was iustantly given support by  the Paris press, with four of the lead-  serious affection of Individual parts of  the body.  You have henrd tbo girl of wnsp  waist and narrowed hips complain of  racking headaches. Perhaps yon  know a girl whose handa nre always  cold and red nnd who can't take off  her shoes for fear her feet will swell  so sho can't put them on again. If ber  waist Is out of proportion to the rest  of her figure you may be sure the  trouble ls tight stays.  ' Another nnd more evident evil In  the red nose, which mars the most  perfect face. This Ib an invariable  cause nnd effect���������the squeezed In waist  nnd the red nose. Tho girl who deliberately chooses clammy bnnds, cold  feet and a red nose rather than ���������  nnturnl waist line hns a poor Idea of  the requirements for ������ beauty ensemble.  Among the Injuries to health caused  by lacing are backache, weak spine  and Indigestion. Constant pressure In  (he hollow or, small of the back Irritates the delicate nerves centered In  , the spinal column. These nerve wires  nro Impeded in transferring messages  to the brainy and the entire nervous  Bystem is thrown into disorder. Depression, sick headaches and hysteria  often originate In tbe tight waist  Among the Higher Ups,  rOiir.domestlc3vaHieHllPd.MarjV-Ann.���������-.  She came from the County Cavan.  To lesBDn her toll  She lit ll*-en with oil.  Now we miss lier and also the cun.  ���������KxelianiiO.  Proper Uso of Complexion Brush.  Purchase a complexion brush nt soma  reliable druggist's. One costing Ipso  than CO cents Is not to be considered,  as it Is likely to be hnrsli and not well  made. The bristles in these brushen  lng* dally papers subscribing $10,000.* should be soft They are 'generaIly the  each. Clubs and other organizations Bame ns those used ln the construction  bave ever b!nee been adopting resolu-,'0f infants' hairbrushes. If tbey are  tions to send grants from their funds the least bit harsh they irritate tho  to__the���������geueral���������8ubscription,,-toward---Bkin-and-do'more-harin-than-g<)od.���������':���������"  equipping the aerial army. |    Always wet the brush aiid also the  Every  little while some prominent   face before applying, soap, which, by  sctor will give a theatrical benefit In, the  way,  should  be  liquid,  becauss '  Paris, tlie proceeds of which are ap-^ there remains no stickiness, nnd iho  piled toward the purchase of an aero-  Slow Progress. plane.   The French colonics soon step-  Rncon-It took my wife three hours  ped ln line by sending substantial sub  Dynamite and Tree Planting.  Possibly what ot first sight nppenrs  to be tbe strangest application of dynamite Is for tho purpose of pltintlug  trees. Yet Its bucccss In this connection is snid to bo peculiarly remnuka-  ble. When a hole Is made wltb n  spade tbe surrounding soil Is left In  Its hard condition. Tbe result ls that  tbe roots Und It difficult to start Tbey  are cramped ln tbo tight -quarters of  tbo holo nnd enrinot plercoMho surrounding hard wntl of earth. With  dynamite a large clean hole Is blasted  out, nnd, In addition, tlie soil on nil  Bides Is loosened for Ove or. six feet  When "the troo is planted tho young  and tender ro.otfl forco tbelr wny without effort through tbo crevices, sucking np nourishment, nnd commence to  grow from tbo momeut they nro set  without any retnrdntlon whutever.  to pass n certain point  Egbert-Ob, was she lu the suffrage  parade?  "No.   Sho was telling a funny story."  ���������Yonkers Statesman.  Bcrlptions toward the cause. Even  members of the American colony ln  Franco are gathering subscriptions for  the purchase of an ucroplnne which  they will present to the French army.  Wo are far behind the other nations  In the Interest we are taking in this  development,   which  rinsing is moro nearly perfect tbau  with hard soap. Have a smnli amount  of the, soap liquid In a dlsb nnd dip  the brush Iuto it und start to scrub ihe  face. Very warm water should always  be used for cleansing. When every  part of tho face lias been thoroughly  scrubbed rinse it well with water several times.  When large pores are being treated ns Iltllo ns possible of cold water  A Public Benefactor.  Margaret���������Josephine linn gone in for  lutest  scientific  a new sort of pbllnnibropy. lends Itself so easily to those who de- , should be nsed,ns cold water closes the  Kntharine-Coortness!   What? light In  out of door sport-Harriet ' pores.  After being scrubbed tbey must  Margaret��������� She has formed u society  IJuimby In Leslie's,  for Hie prevention of new forms o(*|  auction brldge.-I.fre*.  California Is Some Stat*.  Cnllfornln is now a   billion dollar  In Torrid Climes. unto.   The federal bureau of stntls-  Full many a mon. both young and old,   (jt,8 reports thut (ho soil and mnnufac-  Ilas gone to hla sarcophagus  By pouring water ley colli  AJown his. hot enoplmBUt*-. ���������  ���������Chemists' Club Percolutor.  rurlng products now reach tbnt mag-  oltlcent total annually, not taking Into  account tbo mnny millions of mineral  ���������,  output   Tbo reports also nhow that  Vociferously Reluctant. California lends tho world In per cupl-  "Mildred, what wiih Unit loud noise, (ta Wealtli. with tbe astonishing figure  Peas and Lentils.  The word "pea" Is derived from  Plso, n Greek city of Ells, which soeinH  to hnve been the centor of the pen  growing industry for years beforo tba  tlmo of Christ Tho nntiqunrlnns nvor  that tho '.'mess pottage," for which  Esnu sold his birthright, wns a dish  of pens. In those times thoy were  cnlled "lentils," and evon at tho present dny tho Kugllsli common people  of .several of tbo Kngllsb shires, notably Middlesex s������ well ns Oxfordshire,  call Ihem "Ills," dropping the "Ion."  In the time ot Mnry they were cnlled  "poasons," nnd In tbe time of Charles  L "ponso,"  *������*������������������������������������ i ii ii ���������������������������ss���������aaamaamawamtmmam  A Llttrsry Semstlon,  "What's tho cause ot tbo excitement?  Look! Thoro's o great crowd around  llio public, library building. Something  must have happened."  "Walt n mlnnto. I know the librarian. I'll telephone over and aro whnt's  wrong."  (IliiHlness of telephoning.)  "Well, what Is ItV"  "Homebody hns sfnrlrd n rumor tbnt  thoro Is n bimlnoHS mnn Inside rending  a book of pocms/'-Cblcngo Hei-ord-  T1'."'',l''.  Unlike Pishing Lines,  "Tbnt llnhlng song In the new opera  Is clever, don't you tblnkT nsked tin  critic.  "No." replied the luird luck uriglor;  it isui m ul) rnnnn)*.'-  "NoV"  "No; tbo lines sre too cnlcliy.1*  on the front porch Inst nlglitV It woko)  mo up."  "Why, mnmmn, that must have boon  Jack tearing himself nwiiy/'���������Clilcago  Trlbnuo.  A Later Development?  Father (to his son whom ho Inns reproved for'lying)���������I never told n (la  when 1 wan xinnll.  Uans-Wcll, how old wero yon, father,   when   you   beganV-Fllegondi  Blatter.  ,'i ���������������������������    -  Worn Out,  The "Welcome" on their doormat wss ts  l*lli*rt woven stout,  tint pimple csine anil went so much they  wore I Imlr welcome out  -Dallas News,  of $2,2.'ifi. Even New Vork, with IU  headquarters of America's (and In some  respects the enrth's) greatest financial  segregations, Is n poor second, wltb  11,8118, and Franco, tbo reputed most  thrifty nation, is $1,228. Verily, tho  Unllfornlun Is, to pnrnpliniso Saul of  'J'iii'hus, n citizen of no mean state.���������  Los AngolcB Tribune.  remnln warm ln order to drink iu all  tbe food thut can possibly be absorbed.  After the fnco has been scrubbed  end rinsed, pat almost dry, nnd thru  with flesh food on the tips of tbo  fingers of both bands work Iuto the  skin nil It will absorb. This pron-ss  must bo gone through with every  night, nnd onco n week liquid greeu  soup should be used.  Fallow Feeling.  "Tho children need womethlng now  every week.    Vou lmvo no chlldreni\  heiu.'o you en n't iiiidorKtiind."  "I iiikIi'I'hiiiihI, old t'linp. I havo nn  nuiomobllu." ��������� l.miluvlllu Courlcr-Jour-  liul.   Not What He Expeetsd,  flhrold-Kuppostf yim nnd I wore nil  alono on n diwerii'd liftiiud. Klulo, wluil  Is Mio ilrnl thing you would do?  KlHlo-TluittU Uie goml l.oi'il thnt I  knew hoiv to gwlm.���������Town Topics.  Toilet Hints,  Washing combs in water soon cause*  tbem to warp and break. A stiff, dry  imllbrnsli Is n good cleansing agent.  Whllo tho effect of tho constnnl use  of liquid powder Is often extremely  unpleosnnt, It mny be used nt Inter-  vnls without fenr of Injury to tho skin.  One of tbo best penrl, whlto liquid* Is  mndo by combining one and n hnlf  ounces of bismuth enbcnrbonule wllh  enough wnter to mnko six ounces In  nil. Ilnlnwoter should bo used If possible, Tbo bottle must nlwnys be hIiiilien well before applying 41)0 powder.  He currfiil not to apply It too generously or It will give the effect of facial  enamel.  ' Oood Heir Tenle.  Conl oil Is a rpleudld ngent for promoting the general huiillb of tbe Imlr.  Hub n few drops Into tlio Hinlp twli-e *  week. Keep the sculp Ioiino by tuns*  inglng It deeply wllh the tips of lhe  llugiTs, Littlo If nny odor will result  provided ihu oil Is coiillnoil to the  scnlp nml In not distributed lliroiigh  the hnlr. lie careful not to hold the  bead near ��������� flame nfter using Ibo oil  "irotv Is he to know we're on Sugnr * tho last mewinge of Dennis Swceuoy-  ULaJt&t* .queried llalns ers filly.   "Ut   "Dead mrn n 11 no tel*-*,''  Dramstle Note,  Atiguslus-l'iu nut fond of tlm stag*,  Violet, but I liftir your f-itlirr nn tht  itiilrn. ond I think I had better go bm  for* the footlights.���������London Sbi������t/*h.  Life Is not to short but tbnt there to  } limy* time for courieey.-Ktuenoa.  I,*IU     Vt'mlk.  A flnllnT Inn*,!" "nM HVo n 1M:������  It iloi<nn'l Bi<*m much ulinn your luck  Is titxuiiliiK, liul wiill Ull you're brolie  Aiid then put try lo rulte one luifU.  '.' -Clricliinnll Enqiilrnr.  What's the niffurenre?  Politician - CiHigrnlulutloiu,   Hsrnh.  I've been elected.  Piirnh |wllh (IpllgliU-UnnesllyT  Pollllcliiu-WliiHUIffcrciii'O does thai  mnkoy-tit I-oiiU Times.  M������nttl ArltUmttle.  Tcncber-Why, Willie, these problemi  art* nil wrong!   Wfint If lhe trouble?  Willie--1 doniitf I irorWd sirfu  hnnl before I could *������v������u get '���������������������������  ���������rrui'g.-JtnUra*,  The Twinkling of ��������� 8tsr,  'An npparntiii. for recording photo-  graphic.-)Ily the twinkling of a star has  been dcfdgnctL It resembles In principle the cinematograph. Uy means of  an objecllvo prism the spectrum of  tho stnr ts registered on tbe photo*  gruphlc pinto, and the pinto Is moved  lu tho direction porpondli'iilnr to the  length of tbo spectrum, tho result expected being a scries of slightly different spectra in parallel. My methods  of reproduction analogous to thoso of  Ihe clnoiiintngrnph It Is possible to reproduce tho uppeu ru nee of sclti (Illation,  ***aatmm-*m*mam_ttima*ammmi**m mi ��������� is  Australia's Bio Trees. ; |  None loo soun o popular movement i  bus been set on foot In Australia to J  pniHi'i'vu Iho glgnnllc stringy  bnrUs, j  various species ot eucalyptus, of tlmt I  country, which far exceed In height  tho fiiiuous "big trees" of Cnllfornln  '...'. ...��������� i!,., :..'.'..,.'. i,.s. !,i tuw i.unut,  H'lxim* tri-com ������oni*rllni***i nttnln urtghts  ranging from *W0 to GOO fret   Their  limber is exceedingly valuable, snd for  fin* reiiNOti limy liave been ruthlessly i  tii'ttiroyed   by   tlnibcrmen,  while  no j  l*iroiti>r stop* tinvi������ liri������n inlien ������n tinv J  ' vide for their r������.������nr*viuciion.  Three Big Things.  The new (liniul Ccnlinl terminal In  Ni>\������ Vork when completed will hare  twt f ISO.OUO.ooo. It will cover nn iiren  ������r ������������,svi..nry-filni������ nero*. awl be* ������Me to r<*fl:ilif������ ellvi*r powil������*r Aft������*������ tlu* |m������*.v*  bs.isdie 20U trnins nn Hour. The Puna* der ls nppllrrt the *lii-ll sIhmiIiI he pol-  Win vnn/il frill rmt Dhunt (\r|<**e nt l,**fir*1 Hid it i!i*irii**!i 'I'd luvt* ill*  Diu<li-l.'t7.'i.itii)^tW-siiU the oiillsy for j *IiHI bright IkiIIi* It fri'<pifi������������ly In H*ivl������t  th* rmrmyirents teniilnsi in New j wnter nntl rub it with n\\v* oil ou ft  j iorfe approsluiaUK) f iuu.uuu.uuu, j plote of Unmiti or ��������� cbiimota,  A Qoed Astringent.  For oily akin no nmtrlngent bring*  about more a'nllefnctory results thnn  camphor water*.    It hns n delightful  t,���������.,tt.,j. ift*...r*��������� <"*.��������� r!'.",*.'c! ���������**,���������*.'. !,;��������� :;,  (ilM too itttr-rx, nw It 'i*i"i ilrvlnp \\ri\ty  trif.n likely to prove illMiiHtroim to tin  rfxtii'mely delicate skin. Apply lhe  i*Hiii|ihor water with o plci'o of ������h������  mrlwnt cotton nnd Jum before If dries  wipe It awny gently with a noft cloth.  To Orlohten TerleUe Shell.  Torpilse shell comlw, pin*1 ond bar.  retii'M nm be brlglit#iii*il by riii'l-lna  them ulili sweet oil, wiping them Ury  dim) covering lh"in wllh whiting nr i i>rtlln ��������� ������nm nn ^i i  >&&& )fi-_mQ4m^Bm-\m*Mm, m?i%i&& cmMMm^.  -.* ST>,������.i_l^.*-SW-| .  '**mmHfjmmmm**m*aa*aumtx*a_*-m  Ui.vsxiw������K,'a,  ra&mC-fV-mVTaVm*  > sr\t,J*iK0rm rw-JTJtj- STWC3> _*J_-^__p������.w.  5C<  fa  B  ���������v<y:   hi s*sM_, _  ilHillti^ any  Oii'y Blanl<<**t3 from "- ������2.75 a pair  WhiTo i Han huts   4.8Q n piiir  (_���������������������������'"<-'urfsH****. from ������1,75 each aad np  -1 new Stock of Extension Tables, rarlar Tf&!ss end Galrs ef  rj==^r-^- all kinds, jutf received --^r^^y)  We always ccrry a fa's! s&rii of Baisand Bedding,  Springs esd MaUjvssas  Fawcetl'.-: Stovo-*-, :*ii<i Ran<*yb arn the best.  .CALL��������� \ N D���������INSI'KCT���������TI1KM.  ..;...���������::������ Muck,  A.-MoKINNON     Uumberlan-i  V      i r-rr\-~i.* *~mf**-.i,.  f   iH    Victoria,  11. C.  jj  ||j    i-none-^4  THOMAS' CROSSING  Sidney, B. C. Piione F 36  Cumberland. U.C.  Phone 33  '���������J  H  t'l  M  i!  -v.  t&' C  '   REAL, ESTATES  AGENTS  ������9������3XsX3������������������������������^^ ^^<e������A<5&\!^^  ������  '.Si  0  I  Head Oki-'icb 518, Fisguard St.  VICTORIA, B. C.  "   m   m...m���������~m���������.  I, ���������.. _ mm-ff IT ^���������WW. ._Utf~������_  _______  JP^  ^"'r'������''W**������<*1*^,*8,*^������B#*>^iSi*^������a*<4^  ^a^5*88^*^^^^*^8^***?^  f.l^.J**  tf  !   5  t.  t  M  _  ������ ; v.. *&*��������� s.-������ I'. ������i-_effw x:  m*xm**~z*___m*.aa*!*, *-Tj*rt^sx.-\.it_\-_-_x-ji  l.M:i*ii:u<- to   the,. coniniunio'i .  O , *'l '   ���������  *;������������������! ui-1 M". Thomas Hart, appesuy  ::i:,.-. ia "The Islander'-* of the liitli  :-.*.,,  wu nii.glist.iii.ention  that  ii  _ii*fi:ca.rs  Strang.-*) .thnt   Mr.  Hart  >!i.-':!d. on seeing  posters  devoid  of ','*, I.Mijon Lube! or other imprint  i'-:*:lio:-i;i:*i<i   the   .punter   thereof,  Avih. .'<-���������..' the  conclusion that tlie  ���������in'*,, v.ys prinied  111 a ^eab oilice,'  ;i;ui. ii-:kr. it .upon .himself .toprint  . iss,! lissii   up  slips  to  the  effect  1 !;.=*. 'lie ?,;iitio'was a -.'scab oilice.".  V.'c  would liko to .know how   he  r-or.cl'.ided   ihat Lis definition   of  ������������������';.������������������-,*��������� <���������*.'*   office*-'   should Apply   to  - ������������������ 1111- person   to   him   unknown,  '���������.���������'���������������������������j   bad printed .eertiun   posters  ai'-ci.-iiad failed tp indicate 'thereon  .-:*���������������������������   priii("or .pi:   the. same ?     He  i> ':_}>i  have   reasonably .come   to  ,t:se conclusion * that the.'&aine \vai������  pn bli-: hed in  a  nonunion   ofiice.  ���������JiJi'.JiiwsJ.oyiMha^  y!li<*o is laecessarily a ,".������cab office'-'  .1 lis   iettev   jnti^attp  that  he,  \was,   at t.lje tjrne pi prjntin-g   the  JsL'f'S,* totally igtioijiiit Ol* the per  . ,su:i who .-printed   th.������<) posters  in  (iptesiioa; if  so, it would interest  .us as to how he came to iho eon-  '^luniion,  that   tho owner  of  the  print ing oflice was ever approach-,  ed ix* make his oilice "fnir" etc.  ���������That the printing���������pi'iice'.'cut acl-  vortLsiiit*: rales etc., or in fact any  (o:huj'    matters   connecUtd    w-irh  .such owner,  We at first felt very h������*stilc* a-  .^.-linsl whoever it, was who print-  ,i-:i and posted np the slips, '������it  ������hico wp havo nHcertnincd the  name of tho perpetrator, we have  .*\'onsiiie.i'eil the (.-qiipV- nn-S tio  not hotter purfi^lyjiu uny mpro  iilicuit it.  In  conclusion,   vo would  -say  ���������}}f,:l wo have received u vi'i'bul a-  ;'������������������'.'ijgy from Mr. T. V* L'nU',   and  '    r...1 rei'iuit'i* a  fitalt'inent   Irom  s h*;*.).i:"  Hurt,   iu   I'cif'ti'd   to  the  ARRIVAL   AND    DEPARTURE OF MAILS5  Departure,of-Mailr.      *  Tuesday...... ;..... .7. lop. m.  Thursday and Saturday....0 a. m.  ^er S.S. Co'.viclinn;  Sunday-  .2 p. m.  (..'omox and. District���������.'  Tuesdays..'..... ..... ..12 15 p..h\  Wednesday and Friday -A.-30 p.m.  Arrival   pf .Mails  Tuesday afternoon,-V/yd-  *  nci-day aiui Friday nights  Comox,and District���������'."  Wednesdays, Thurstfays  '*-'.���������'��������� aii.il S;itui'day$  PerS. 8, Cowi'chun    !  Friday afternoon and  ..Sunday* morning?  There are   too many    nickels  and not   enon������h ��������� dollars in thi?  world.  V3 r  ^l_<*������  HI BROS  8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  &  ^  _  eUSVlBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS       !  j>5  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Comptiny's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  ,' 0 Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  j #>3 * >  is   .  *c_i.  "^|TT-"~ "  ���������"���������n*lill.*IMiyT1 *"   ���������   ���������" ~-   ���������~*.mm^���������:-*...*:^m.'���������<:~.���������. -������������������* ���������, ���������VW.^.n.-a^  limi  p i  ������ -0_ ^      W      8$   PI  0%  Estate and Insoranc  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers. '  ������  ������  ������  oiriniy's E  ���������fi. flakatiishi, Ptrop,  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  GunSjEtc. Etc.  Plumbing Done.  ts  W. Copp's Famous Stoves & Ranges. _ |  ������  ������  Stovepipes etc.  P.O. Box 360  Telephone 7-0  (Mn:i!K!!i;;!;!!!ii'i^  S' '  S  <*���������    <*  GOVERNMENT ST.  00  VICTORIA, B. C.  Complete Stock of uYe Olde Firme"  _tfl     C-iJ ������  %*i  We have printed numerous  posters and other printed matter  without an imprint, which may  .Ub-������;ftfth-h-y���������.ralliii.g_*,i_- lli.U   nfHpf.  Sometimes it is  overlooked ,va:ui  \Ve have alarge number of enquiries i'or aeri-agc in  Comox Valley ; , if yon hav^ anything to sell, LLST  WITU US,  -=    We are AUCTIONEERS  SEE US if you want a sale and we will arrange one ni  the C ort st  possible notice'and get the BEST PRICES.  .    OOUETENAT  nemtzman k to  __23S__5_  Jg5SBEgg3Fa������ag!������^'iSg5^I____E  ������sir)g  _?_S__tSS___  at.Qther times there 1-* noi, room  for it.- We have no hind and fas;  rules in regard to imprints, as. iv  is merely used as an cu.lveriise-  meut, and lhe use of the Unicn  Label, to get Union work . V/e- Jfyou want���������  have posters printed'by Mr. V.  Dniiu, while at this' office, without t'������e imprint.  , We ihuik that we have seen  ������������������de.id ads ns space fillers'' i.u the  Islander before now,  ���������.Messrs J; N. McLeod, T. K. Bute  and W- U, Lawrence, have been  appointed to go to Victoria to in-  'eivicw Premier MoDrido, in the  maifer of railway extension lo  CuinbiM-land.  ���������r.ir*in~?T ���������.-������** ������(r*.v"is-';H������*w ������*T������������--������ni_m*w*si:*'.vs������^^_a  JER  SEE  US  Cc'iuox Snwinill Co., Limited  ('omox,   B. C.  |_.J-!Li*Va     tmJUaulll  T'ri  ������_J'  Show of  ! Fall Hats, Auto 1  II  .J i_..I  'm' i^O)  Children's Hats tic.'  HOW   OM  ���������1 Courtenay,   B. C.  i#l_������^/isw������������l*u.OTitt3TciflCTi3-wr*Tsa.-^^������������s:i'*-^^  & t_ ...ii., ���������. im- m ,,,   .    .   1 1     '���������"     '--       ���������   '-        .  ������������������   .  r������tj.i'jtt_._usK'A������s������sa--.ainroT_i:-jeT������I_^  i'ljHHra������������3irc*rK'R=2w *^x;*������ra*^trs*������ffr/ rxsztrwesowri^gssft ^^as/mtetr-mamBos^ ���������flSOTWOT.rrrxa^ wn^^awp-r-ij  I Bkuuafmruazsi-i fisaaaH^.wHarii i_auis_nuiai^ cxmauimUmSnm.xA fcasaaaansaaasssfc--  ^    A   ?f>*  P  M  $  Verify, H&*      0        I        EH*    M  - i*,MNw.*v.y. ������������������wv*^;^rA>%������.i-.-������������n:.ifcUW������/l nfcTwi**^'*.������-  xne anew  VJt* Wt* ������*������"������ V*"������f*(-���������������-(  ������������������minii  HTTJIIWIUIJMKW J W*B������W UIMi W^'i  Used Bxclasively in Canada  Oy   The   METROPOLITAN.   OPERA  COMPANY  (of New York.)  _ If you want a |ood reliable Piano, it 'Will pay you to give us a call...  ������������������! r,  ciul   we   also accept Mr.j.j'il Wf; ul.fe &.,(,, A^^taiortho above and othor., Reliable Mukea."Wo  :.-Ai?.c> 'ciifci,' V..-JJ Victor Qramophono tmd Vlcti-olasi,  jl V,7.'. (JUARANTIUR SATISPACtlON,  ||��������� Dunsmore's- "'Music House" Chtirck St., Nauaimo   B6C.  ,_���������_*:_f- ��������� -j*.-rt \s_l!.:.^BSim. ES_2Z_2_S Kii_EI3_lK_21S5_!  ':;  ��������� tateniMnt ns iiil<'i'<':,!(.<l   in  ij J)  ��������� I'-iu IriltuHl'jr,1* ihut   lm nnd Mr  '  . "h Dniiu knew noiliiiy, alvitt ]'<���������'  '.-������������������' ir, Imt that il \v,������s pi iiited  ���������;���������,    Mi.   llart    in    tiicii*    (Miiploy,  : ,.,11 :l  illfjj    kll''w!t.'d*4g    ni 1'ssli-  i-..    T'**is, as fat a.*. \v- ajo umi-  . ��������� 1*.H-d, ('lit-,; tlm mailer,  ^ff<^^l���������^ Hmdv nud liii-ooe. Am*  t***>*���������'������������������ r*. CnuV'-uav. Ivivc T*'f-<''iv-"  ey instructions lo sell at public  'iiic'iuii Ciiily in*XL li.sutth, .15  choice it'sUb'iK-ijs \nb, uv-u' Cu  n������i'.< iiU'i Live 111.. s.ni^ i,it id).  Terms atul paiiictilitr.s may be  liid at the auciiwiecrs, CumUu -  ay.  i$ WrtxifZiTZi-i^.^v^^^^ j^L^mitTiTf^a-  m  NEW GOODS  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones end Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICK LISTS.  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  't.  H  ii  :-\  !-������  M  '<"'���������������  8  it  \\  i.  SI  i.  a  *v  V.  M  so  11  a,  1  ������Mliiai!il!OI8!Bil.TllfiIGJ!inin!0a^^  tratm ll Hipiiiiiiiiiiii  11   1 __________ .���������__������__ _BUL*_s^_a__-*^__*i**^,^  i-S^B!M;ii!8iHa!iiffliaai]i3!_iaM  _%  Eeaarvo $12.500vG0O  ������j  Capit.il Paid Up \ 11,500,000.  I   The.p^yal Bank pf Canada.   |  1 DRAFTS   li-<AiiY)   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  I OVER   THE    WORLD. |  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & ir.li r<wt ������  ���������3 ut bijrhest Onrrt-nt Halm allovvidon t)-po*-itt- of !rl ui:d upward*?. \\  I CUWDEHL.AN7>, B. 0., Br:mch, Opun Daily. f|  p ' UNION WKAEF, B. C,   Gub-lh-ach, Open Xhuredayo |  I , D. M. MORRESOrV, Mannser. 0  COUIlXiiNAY,   B.O,    Branch,   Open Daily.  WM. HOFP, Manager.  Q \*vrvi. nui^'r'', Manager. e  ^i:i:iii!:!i;iii!:;!!iiii!iiii!iH!i!iiiiii!H:Mr.ii:iiii!!iwii{iia!������ii:si������  > iiii-whii twirT*wTirirTi~������i ^lll^^l^^^^���������n^r1���������w^���������lr^TT'l^ *irTM������Tnirff r ru i'-rf i rii-nrj niTfl-fni'i 'iit-h.h.ii������ii_. .^^^  I P. Phillipps Harrison *  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  M   DUNSMUIR AVENUS  CUMBERLAND,  i-7^huu-nw������r������  a_i*.'Mmw,t\*m_y\m*Va a-'JWmXtr-i-tmj  m_W.MMiW.nmi  ���������iiiim mummiiii ���������!���������!������������������ ninr 11 ���������<"ii m 1  1 - rim���������ir*n*-r    iif *rr 1 "i T   1 r ,m iri'T'T" Ti ri   t uiim  i   i\     .hi  ���������M.' BOHO^^3^'13^^  Mamifaoturor of MINERAL WATEB  CUMBERLAND  P. 0. BOX -H88  PHONE 30....  rjwgi.wttrm_.-i,ii  **mwmmj*������M3iim������ar**MKimr* mmvt-mmMnwtmt.\i.ttt-^tmtmm Kmm  *KiUM.vim!tm'*Mmiinumwm*mtmmrmimiMaB;z\.Tnit������aniai^  'liiiiniiiiioiKiiitiiiiiiii'  :irillBaillllBlllltliy!llll>^====s^tffi!Mti!l'iO!l!l!T.M^^  1B!IMIl',!S!!lliMltW  AN OXFORD MOTOR WAGON  MEANS MOEE BXISOTESS.  MmmMimm, mnmrnmmm ... .������.���������������������  ..���������iniii m���������i wn ir-^T-'i tr��������� mm. 1..**m.^tmf^if.*., m>iM,l. .*mju.m,  ammmmmmmtm.  'tlm.*  Whpr.iid. Hir|t tiiii������,>:ire   *^ond  . '!|l>!H-*i,s(l *       \\   Iss,),. .    ,tn      il"  il.**v  *.vi,i Lv \vor*:i*, 'wctor:* tin)  uie b*'llt'i.    Mnt, i!j)j-!t;. v*. iil ;'ifn������'  ���������i^'iiil    in    Li<ldy A!(;<iinv;iii'*, <>���������  J y 1       K.  chiinj  l- - ' ��������� P JJ   !' M.i.' .*,  M  Our Fall (roods arc arriving by every boat.     We have just  nnoivwl nn a nice ranee of Ladies' Blouses in French Flannel with :t>\. xAiYuii ,.tiix\ ()<ju)))c cuffs :n a!! cbhrr,.   Theso are _f,|?J  the n; ,V';,t   ilnni; in the l^louse hue at $3.50 and $4.00  wnm   Rl AMKFTS  1   t    s.v v^y x.,.j       t,���������' h._j.   ... ..  *.....   ^   -.���������  MacK* i/i in (.arciully seleeted Canadian wool.   You should see j���������  : purchasinu* your winter blankets, as we consid-  1 sT>   J  'he bcq|- line on tlu: market fur the money.  -id white at- ^j.50 lo $7.50 per pair. jij  f i IS ml tl ^ ^l  ,*l v->.,ui '^istj/ w-'i* 1-  our law D"!  er <v*v  i' *  Wide nwnlte mftrclinnts overvwliereflre rcealtainp;  Uie possibilities of the motor wa^au ns n menns  of transportation .mml   delivery.    The "Oxford"  whs built ptii|io.'iely* for light delivery, lies n car-  ���������, ��������� -     ** ->     * 'i 1      i .   .,1.,  l>HI,',    >.,>J'S'S'   ,.y     s>t   i,\,x,    Ml   ������v,"..k/    .1,,*,^   u..\.   -v ..,,,������.   *J,,._,  8105,0. It will do more work thnn tv/o hoist' ile-  SiV'-ru--, r.t um itsuiua* ,saviii}( of of .'.bout ?8uO in  runii'u-.', ux] cii.^cs. almost enouf.������h in one year to  pay tht' oii^inal cost. Write or call ami auk us  to pHH't* tlie;*'.' statement!,.  ������i  IM  1  iiTl  ��������������� *���������$   ������,  n "  > ���������  .#"-*'.'*  ' -'-J f *^   ,  f.,-: 1 it  ts* i ii  f 'ir '' U.  f-vit'Mm*i.i^ti.i*^i%tmm'ia -���������"���������rwn���������[--iitir-ir*r*--rT ri wmrn  ^^ pi    f-?   iy r,j"-p^i  |ay;i  -"i  , \s.I��������� ,��������� 1 i,.       1 11.. s, 1.  ,-..j    ,,.    jv  TIKIS. FLIiSLEY  6"'^ ,\ f*vi,; ,������-v  ��������� : .>...t *:��������� r-~.mt.:, ;->:..'> -.v-,., ���������������������������* i '���������.nrr.itA".! ;**<���������* :������.    ��������� .*-.- '"**"*- '," " ".**:-  i-.*;;_*. -j.--.*-.*-.-*! ���������*.-.-',<���������'j*^.':"*,v .*!.:������������������ .���������:���������"'.'    ���������'      ���������     '  fc.y.tBSf*^^ ��������� ������*���������������,-  .....i :���������:'  ��������������� ;*-r.;,*r.-*:rr.r:."r:-r:ss:������u*'.-t>i'.^������l^i.(5������J


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