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 ill  c  ' . ,i f'  A. Journal Devoted Especially, to tlie Interests of Comox L>l������tr*l������t������  Thu News, Twentieth Year, ���������  You Need a  Suit or Overcoat for Fall  or Winter.  havo    tho largest  patterns   to  'Tlie {anions  ,   Wo  nn tuber   of  .choose from.  C.   N.  R.   brand'.     Wo ���������  guarantee  fit,    style  and  workmanship,  Call in and look over  our large sample book;,  contains nothing but tho  VliltY NEWEST in  Serous, 'Tweeds and Wor-  ���������^teds iii overy shade, mixture'and stripe.   ���������  See Our New  Line "of- Men's  Fedoras.  CUMBERLAND  B. C.,.   WEDNBJSJDAY,  OCT., 10,":gia  MW������������wfc'ww>>_MiejBPLjaiajaKimiiiM,i������MiiBiiiiM  ���������miiii ���������iiiiii nn mt iii ���������siwni in i i i   ii is i ii iiiih 11 im in ii i an  .-' ' " " " .      't  I^a=t^j****na^*r\aaaa^������^9^^^  FOR  STOVES S  AND       ?  RANGES^  seho  SUBSCHIPTION $1,00 A YSAE  exa_Ttt_K*i_ms_*sK_raxam*m_^ m  * m     .m tf-^h \  upplies.c |^������^������������. \  Baths, ������������������  I Lavatories,  I Plumbing,  V Plumbing  Supplies  w&  t  tep^ AM  VjL���������-i;:r.^v������^       *      I*}     ft  :.b*-:---"- -^ r-N* ������LP  SIMON. LEISER &��������� CO.,  SUBMIT WAGE SCALE FOW  MINERS  The meeting held on Saturday  al'tenryoh lust, of Colliery Company employees up to Sept. 14'h,  was largely attended. Mr. John  Comb was iu the chair. The  mceti-.g was- for the purposo of  tn'i"it to effect a settlement of  piescut, difficulties. It was a  rough house at times, but at the  conclusion <>!' the meeting, there  were uo bliek eyes or bloody  noses. Nothing saMHictory as fnr  as a settlement was" coiicernetl  was iiceompli.shed. Upon a vote  being taken as to whether they  were iu favor of reluming to  work orji'4, four only, voted lo  return to work.  A numbqi- of -."blue,���������papers''  were served ou the leaders of the  local U. M.W. of A. this week,  for causing thoprcBent strike nud  interfering witb tlie 'Colliery  Cmupauy's mines-. They are  cited to.-appear under the "l.eini-*  mix Act," in court at Victoria  w'Uhin eight ������U\ys ol; service.  Mr. and Mrs, Iv Duncan, of  Sandwick,.expect to leave this  week for some southern climate,  where they will spend the winter,  Mis, -Duncan's health demand-  ing it.  .i'i, .1 !)'!.iv.* vt- of'-iv"''' '"'xi Tn-**".-  day morning with one hundred  /ami seventy meu including twelve  whites.  Work ou the new addition of  our public school ic being retaid*  ed, owing to hick of building inn-  tef'ial.  If v.*e were a uuion cilice aud  had 00 **.;e for ui.iou:., *,a*  ���������\VOuld give up our Inbel  Tli'*'! SleuiHr. are on tlie .fncl:*-  of tin miscreant aud e?* 1 -cct iieon  fo laud him*  The U. M. W- of A., District  No, 28, have, at their recent, convention at Nanaimo compiled the  following scale oi' wages which  is to be. submitted to the operators on this Island:  Miiiers $400  Head timberincn ,. ,    400  Timberman's helper   3,50  Tracklayers   4 00  Tracklayers' helpers    3-50  Motormen  4.00  Motorman's sidekickcrs.... 3,50  'Motor-man's helper.. .*.....  3.75  Driver*  3,50  Pushers....,../'.,'...,,,..... 3 50  Trappers, 1 door...,'."......  1.50  Trnppers, 2 doors..........  175  5������  m_$*f*\fmtf^if%ftlf}^^  , ^^r^axmamKariimXncx^nnavr^^nt *Kraor*ixnaiaac,nam_mai*i  Maggie says--, that '������������������tc.up is large  enough to drink   from,   but   not  .,.,,,.  Q'  Rope riders..  Hoisiir.au ou (level. ��������� work 3,50  Hoistbo'ya on  (level,  work 2.75  Mead eager".-' ., 4 00  I el per*; on empty sides. *...  3 75  Cngcrs* lulpets ,,...   3,50  Shut lighters and fu'ebosses 4,00  Brattice men ,.  3,75  lira Ll ice lu'n helpers   3.50  Road men ,",.   3.50  Linemen   3,50  Engineers ,.,.*.... 3,50  Winch  runner.1* . .,$2,75 to 3,00  4,00  Inside labor not classified..' 3 50  Bu .ket tender on top   3.50  Spike team drivers   3 75  (And an additional 25c each  horse or tn tile.)  RAILROAD MEN  Main* line conductor  4.00  Locomotive engineers  4.50  F.irehicn  3.25  Hrakomen  3.30  Yard -engineers'.. ,...-.... 4.00  Yard' firemen ���������  300  Yard brakemeii  3.00  Overtime lo be time .and u  half for full crew; full crew consists of the following: Engineer  fuenian, 2 brakemeii and conductor.  >������������������*������������������ 1  Rope Inspector  Kudless ropo men  3 50  landless rope boys $2.75 to 350  Loaders *   1.00  f  Machine runners     4.25  Machine runners'   helpers 3.50  ','���������*;'���������'���������*!:���������"��������� *     ,     . .        ** nn  Cogmeu  3.50  Pipemeu....,,.  3,50  Pumpmen  3.50  Stablemen  3.50  Sinkers, <iry work     ,*-*. 25  C!:.;iy;,:u-s*!t, dry work ;.-,o  :y,:il:er*.*, wet \york 6 hr ;b;-y 4.50  Chargfiitei:, wet work   6 hr day 4.75  I.tiiekeiywel wo'l; 6 l������r day ,4,00  REAL LSTATK MANIA.  The   Vancouver   Truth    nay  that the Riekor who ] titB his mo*  ney   in  Coquitluiu,  Hardy  Lny  or Port Moody deserves to lose. it.  The1 Truth i������nftor the real .estale  sharks Btron<.y    Rcnl ofrinte p,ain  bling Imr. b<*eonm *u (Trent ��������� c*.il-  lu the north Griiuby in' being nd.,  vertised i\* a  eouilnir town   with  lotunt from .$300 to 3800.   Ai  [iritfout there is nothing on  the  towu.-ilU",  escept  two   1-,ou*t,c.'-- ol  ��������� ��������� '    - "   I I    ,' t , s  Ill-litlllU, OIsC s������  ll's'l,   ,..(>.   n..i,   us,.... i  a boui'sl iduu'k.  large enough .to take a bath iu,"  If the Union wishes to pass a  union office���������-i'or reasons of their  own,���������aud come lo a non-union  ofllce for their printing, we will  do it, without asking the consent of anyone, bul we will only  print straight business matter.  ���������K<1.  Somebody  wili have to   ''cat  crow," if wo' can find   out   who  printed   aud   pouted   that   scab  printing office notice.    Tha   vol  low our.  E FIND on taking over the business  of tho Cumberland Departmental  Stores tbat the store is considerably overstocked, aud wo have, therefore deei'led to  givo tho public the benefit of buying at prices  hitherto unknown in the "Wust.  ^* BARGAINS ^  m EVESY DEPARTMENT-  THIS SALE is intended not ouly to clear  out odd lines of slimmer goods, but you ean^  buy your Kail and Winter Clothing as ve-ll at  a' GREAT  REDUCTION   ts3" Sale opens Monday morning Oct, 7th,  aud continues  "%��������� One Weei  1  October 7th to the '12th Inclusive  Terms of sale:      STRICTLY SPOT CASH.  REMEMBER THE DATE  THE CO'XNEli STORE,      "DUNSMUIR A VENUS  \f** *&fi_mvmtt!w&!xptt"4ltm. -������OT<Ttrf__jjss*ai-x;3jf /-$%  nzn-M*.Jt*izriaufVi_7*t2i-^ i-v.f*tx-xy.^x.KVxm^*ivne_VmXm.yaMmmvm^K--wn*M..m.  V. V. Harrison,  barrister, im������  moved   his  law  oilieo  from   the  - Ernesto Enama, an Italian,  aged 23 years, wa-J killed oji the  Courtenay road on Wednesday by  the filling of a tree, The funeral  will take place on I������ riday after  noon, under tho diu-������otiou of the  II. jYI, \V. of A. and the Order  of Kajjles, of   which   ho   witsi   a  member  NOTICE.  All printing, of a nature to interfere with the working of our  local mines or th-it will in any  way tend to pi event a si'ttlcmt.-nf  of the present difilvu'.ty, will he.  refused at: this olllee, as we do  not wiidt to mnke ourselves liable  to prosecution by law.  Messrs C, mi I E. Timlin, of  Camp-'ell Liver, were in town  ou Wednesday, and gave this oL  ticc n eull, They report Campbell River Ihuuiihiug,  Abe aud Ito will tako 4,000  uaeks of potatoes,oil: of 18 acres  of tlieir ranch,���������Some spuds.  Please define "a scab  printing  ce.  olli" "  .������!>-  "Ecch'sbii'llubiy, the lCth, of  November.    Dou't forget,  , ���������...   . ��������� .���������tr- ���������  The job printing Iradc in Va-i-  couvcr has not been so dull in  several years as at present.  Though uo faijiues have been reported, some half dozen plants  hnve been put in storage, As  usuidiu quiet time**1, a lew of the  "ollleoo aie making cujs in .prices. About 25 journeyman nre  idle and prospects poor.  J_uide building inlo a lower poiv  tion of Mra. Jack's new building  on Durvtmuir avenue, which will  be more central  nud  convenient.  Air. Geo. Tarbell reports ensh  businea in his line, better thim  before tbe stoppage of work. Ilo  has suid mo'n eporlsnien's enp-  plics up to the present, than at  any ;,ie\ioii8 season,  \Ve will leave Caietakc-r Cook  to look after his own interest*?,  for wc think he is capable, and  it might not do him any good to  .entry on a newspaper eoutro-.  vei'sy about him,  The outgoing lrnin on Sundny  afleiii-.'on was fairly well filled  wiih passengers.  Ko. 7 mine was rc-opcued on  Monday morning, About forty  meu; priucipall Orientals wentio  work. Tbis is the firm elTort to  open the mines since the men  (juit work u mouth ago.  The road to hell is paved with  automobiles, as well as with  good intentions.  (s _.      _,   __.__^_____^m,mj_y-_������*__*_*_m**amrjm*^& mdmtmiam*mv0amamm*mmmm* wmp# >->iiiria_im-wwi(f fW*wi  vi        f a*#*4*Wm*.*,iima *m*-r_\*,mha^;t*mitJim*um*W*^ l-m-wm.mtmmamtmmat*M^mJtaima_aa^aaw*aamn^ "���������  ll.;-!-:-: l!Nl-)KnWKAll  I!  I  Sl������������ii!ie!dVuiu*'liriukiib!e cptitlity, in white*  Chief Constable Stephem-mi  ol' Nnuuimo, is )h.i;c wun a )ov  provincial police to see that order is maintained during ,_ these  troublesome times. Mr. Stephenson has stilted that he will sec  lihU'sl I'ifect.  are pit  1'tV a i-pk-r.-lid underwear  I ���������'.., .1   ,       l1s,;*,onS)r���������l       ,.r>-*t������5  S,  ...       ,.,... ,       . ,,������������������. ���������  i if.iigi,i������ sji.ss^ 1 if. ,-f..i.i it yiJ'-i'ii x ;*.y  ant liuiHhcd and ankle length.  PKIOli $8.00  v i,;yit; M'^'PVR Pl?-fV>K (Y1ATS ���������Curries'  1   Jusr im, all guariinioed, bi'f.t   vivluea over  r\   ullVrcd. PrieoK ranging from *H.OO to pJ)  LADIKS' SILK TAILOKKD   WAISTS  N( v,cst s'yk'f. iu la.ltM.s tailored iiik fhirt  Muckeis, .lry >vutk,  375  that any man   who   leturns   to||| I ��������� w.tittij;; ilnv.e  wnb-if ure mnde with  _t>\  work ami in 1 iireatenesi wuii <i<>-1;,* t   \sini-isas'i-. ���������.���������������������������'.i.is.s ..*.., .e'. hi ;liiit ;:1"^'*-  lenee, shall  h've   ample }-ro'.ec \\\ 1   (hilorfiia plain white nnd blue!;, aiisl blnck  tion if it laky the provincial po- |y I    iiml white <-t,i'������pcd  an*l  a  few,, i-luek . uin  iic** force backed   by   t-..\ .t.-eSii!.--; to!.-| 1 ���������  uuit.  whito neatly  irimincd  with  lace.   Sizes  IU to -i'i; I'UICES FROM ^3.50 to ^7.00  ALL WOOL SWEATER COATS  A hifr rum������ix ul Uit"*e now in *tock for  IUL'0 women rmd <*hildr������n . Tlu-y urn well  worth your inspection; id.'oa limited tsup-  ply of ladiert' ������i\vu:������ter eofits in fancy knit  all wool with pockets, cuffs and belt ami  aviation cup to imileJi; color.**, nnvy ume,  tun and red.  If ynu   want to match idll;*3 or   trim,  miii*** come   to   Campbell;*.'.     A   lurgc  iV....i'k to eh.o^'.A  from.  Campbell   Bros*  DiaOTr Avenue.  i  :  #.a m*w** .*.���������,������������*���������'������������������������������������������#** *tmv<mmm tmmnami mtammwrnam  ?-TiV.>;Sa���������SW*i^iir^i!  ��������� m-tv-yem****  _. t,_.<____u_ _  .tiv,. %*������������.<)..A.s>,  ffi!l3R^.^^"Cro*^tffl:.i'"H.-<*vV.<^frH:������^r'i ,-.-Vt-tiv3iti������ "������i '���������lli.i'.Z&i&XZXtJm *iitfffli*^: THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, IL a  IN THE  BALANCE  By L G, MOBERLY  Author of  "Dun end Another," "A Tanoled  V/cb,"    "Sin  of  Alleo.i  Deer-  lng,"   etc, etc.  WARD,   LOCK   A CO.,  LIMITED  London,  Melbojrne and   Toronto.  (Continued!.  CHAPTER XX  Tho stvret was very still, and iu  tlio houso the silencewas almost tan-  mi lo Tlso ticking' of. the clock in  iho hall sounded obtrusively aggress-  'vi*. tuul thp occasional far-off clatter  t,i hoofs a'id hansom bolls was a relief l.o the all surrounding stillness,  lint tho sound that had interrupted  iho current of Dynecourt's thoughts  \\\i ��������� none of these, and Uo paused to  li.i'.cn for it again with au odd sense  uf r.m-ipir.i ss -   '.���������.,* s  liven tho tick of the hall clock no  longer obtruded, itself upon hlni:���������he  hoard only one thing,* a soft scratching sound, tha'; presently resolve.d it-  sel" into a very decided tapnliig-pn  Lhe window., The window ldeked into a narrow back street^, $&' which  iho hack ('oor q' the hjilse^also .opened. This street was,-as a rule, completely deserted at. night, and Dynecourt bad hearl no sound of footsteps  so that thp low tapping struck on-his  on a with startling cynphasis.'.,.'"'  Some wretche/j*.'-- beggar, he mutter-  el .half aloud, as though reassuring  .���������limsiif; ho 'see:-! the/light and thinks  f here's somebody^,; still up who can  help lilm., - ConCpiirid this window so  near tho stree-*,,'-���������. As he spoke, he  stood still in tha middle of the room,  looking towards {lie window, arid in  the silence fallowing his words the  lev tapping ">Vas repeated, more insistently though not more loudly than,  before.  Confound the fellow, Dynecourt  muttered again, as if there wasn't  enough to worry one without having  ���������.midnight'prowlers at. the window;  Thank heaven, I shall be out of these  detestable rooms some day. That  hail been his freifuent thought of late.  As the passing months brought nearer  Uio day of Miles Hernesley's doom,  Oliver had allowed himself to think  more and more ol the future, and of  ;*11 it, held for him. The weakening  of his moral fibre, which had begun  when >.e allowed Dorothy for his sake  to enter into this strange agreement  with Miles, had been increased by his  lv.rga.in with Soames;  and" that gen-  _on?-l-,Klaokaning of,._a man's whole  moral nature, whicli must inevitably  follow any such weakness, had come  to him now.  He was building, every hope, for  his future on another man's death,  find he knew it * At first he had  sternly ropressecV * every _ thought- of  jvlilos Hernesley'.*! coming fate, every  wish to hasten tho inevitable end.  T.'.ut now he no longer troubled to  s'.ifle his wish that tho end might  come moro quickly than he had diagnosed ; he wan no longer ashamed of  counting the months up to the date  which was to close Miles' life; he  did not crush down the reflection that  all tho recent excitement,'nnd emotion  llemesley had endured might go far  to shorten lilr* existence,  Confound that chap outside! he. ex-  | l'Oiselessly  unfastened  tho door Into f  ! tne street, and hp had barely turned  j the handle when the man from \yith-  : out pusher*  it open  and almost fell  i into th? house.,  i T thcugl.t you would never come,  ��������� he ranted out. I stood an eternity  j -jutslde the window. He leant  I .igainst the wall looking so spent and  ; oreathi:,g so heavily, that Dyne-  * 'jeurt's professional instincts wero  i j*.roused, and he., glanced at him keen-  ilv*  I    You're a I it done up, he said, come  ! inside and nave a drink. Why man,  what have you boon doing to yourself,  ! ne added   sharply   when,    emerging  | irom the semi-gloom of .the passage  they Vscootl in the well-lighted con-  s-ulting-r&ow. , The lawyer seemed to  liave shrunk to half his former size,  and his face was as white and worn  a-j if he had lately recovered from a  sbvere illne.&s. His eyes were deep-  1> sunken ond their expression again  made, Dyikeourt think of a hunted  animal,, upbr whose heels tho hounds  press ��������� closs/y.i His clothes were  Muddy, his hair unbrushed, his whole  ippearance was unkempt, and it was  evident that ho had not shaved for  several days.' He was so totally unlike his ,u*.*,ual ���������' trim, self-possessed  and rather, assertive self, that Dynecourt wontleied for a moment .whether he coiild have been drinking. But  1 is keen eyes at once detected that  tsie symptoms- were ��������� not those of  drink*, but either of illness or���������if possible���������of fear, for every now and  then ...Soames shivered, and his eyes  roVetl nervous':,** round the room, and  he glanced continually over his shoul-  uer with quick furtivo glances, as  though afm'd of what ho might see  behind him. Every. now and again  he���������shivere.l.'.       , "-  Drink^tlilf, Dynecourt said authoritatively, handing .the shivering man  a glass of whisky .and soda' he had  mixed for him at the;little sideboard;  pull yourself together, man, and tell  me! what U the matter. ,,,.*-' ...  The lawyer drank the whisky down  at a gulp ������������������������������������ but. at Dyncourt's words  he ''shiverei agvin.        '.'������������������'* .��������� ' ,, ',.  I came here because: I had to come  to somebody, lie said in hoarse, jerky  tones I ran't stand much more of  this. It's: driving me mad���������mad���������  you know. Dynecourt. He caught  l.e other's avm and looked into his  faoe with such gleaming eyes that  Dynecourt began to wonder whether  indeed madness could account for his  |* extraordinary behavious. All the  doctor in him was instantly on the  a.!s-*rt.  Sit down horo and tell me all  about it, he said soothingly. You  are no mo.'P mad than. I am. You  arc a bit overwrought about something���������tell me���������  Tell you' tho other interrupted,  shuddering back into the depths of  the armchair where Dynecourt had  placed, him I've got to tell you���������  I came    here    because���������because���������he  .gicinced_nv_r_.hiR- ���������shoulder witb. a  sickly white faco that gave his companion an odd, shivery sensation, all  the devils ir. hell are after me, Soames  -.ent on in a terrified whisper; I  can't drown them, they bring his  lace���������when he turned���������and���������what I  tc.ll you is as. sacred as what a Roman Catholic tells in the confessional,  promise me that, he broke off to say  wildly,, pivaiisc mo that, and he  sprang from his seat and clutched at  ' Lynccourt'ft arm with the desperate  clutch of one iu the last extremity  of death. *'*  Certainly I..w;Jll regard what you  tell me ns filtered, Dynecourt answered, still speaking in soothing tones,  a doctor looks upon all his patient's  'confidence-, as sacred���������and for the  time,being you are my patient. Now  tapping on tho window grew louder, /  moro imperative* and Rtrldlng across  "ho room, ho drew back tho blind nnd  peered Into tho darkness. Heavy  bars ran the length of tho window outside, and between the bars a faco  pressed clooely--a white faco with  ������f firing eyes that seemed to look right  into Dynecourt's own with tho anguished gaze of some hunted creature  at lay,  ���������Joort God! the surgeon exclaimed,  shrinking back Into the room and  dropping tho blind, It���������Iu���������Soames  ���������what doo������,lio want hero���������and now?  Hurrying    Into    the    passage   he  UNBURN  Everybody now admit*  Zatn-Buk best for these;  Let. St give YOU ease  and comfort. L  Druggist! and Slcris tverywhirt  claimed for the third time, whon the _, sit down again   and   tell   what   is  ' .    .       wrong.     I daresay wo can soon set  things right.    ,  Sot things right? Hideous mirthless laughter broko from Soame's lips.  You ���������'can't pet things right unless you  san bring the dead to life.  Tho dead t;> life?  Yes���������the dead, tho dead, Soames  said with . sudden hurst of pasBlon,  why do you pretend ignorance? You  know tlio man's dead. But I swear  to you, Dynecourt, I swear to you by  everything that Ih moat solemn, I  nover mount to kill tho silly fool.yITis  voice dropof.d to a whimper, he cowered back In his chair llko a whipped  our. T meant to try and got him  nway; I had no Idea, of killing him,  even thourh hi maddened'mo.     -  During this rambling speech Dyne-  lotirt's I'aio had whitened, a look of  horror dawned In his oyes, ho laid a  hc.ivy Imnd on :th'o lawyer's shoulder.  What are you talking about? ho  nr.Id, I don't understand you. Who  do you menu by 'ho'? Who la dead?  Who Ih dead? Sonnies almost  ���������vhrlokod, Hinging * off DyneconrfH  nand and fciirlngltig to IiIh foot, you  know as well ns 1 do who Is dead.  All England Is full of It. One can't  get away from }t In tho papers or  anywhere else, Who Ih dead? Who  ������������������look nt hla' face���������there���������just as It  \wih tlmt flt.y���������nml the oyes aro still  afraid,  Ills own oyes Ht tired Into a corner  of tho room with n fixedness that  had a uioht bIJiod-ciirillliig effect, and  Dyneeourl glanced In tho namo dl*  loetlon wi**It an uncanny fooling that  lv; too would see tho face Soames do-  ���������icrlbod; n chilly perspiration broke  out all ovr Iiini, and ngnln a wonder.,  whether Ihu lawyer could really bo  ,un the ver..-.o of humility shot through  his ni In .1.  (To bo Conl limed).  Treatment  cations  xil Cuii-  ctuu  Ointment  KZ_***-  -"'-" ���������* i' *aiftit3MH|ii������^BM#i3MtittL nj_W'mr"  OLD   GOD  OF  THE  CAR  Tale cf the Decay of Juggernaut the}  Grim  Persons whoso-tender childish  years yvero nurtured upon tales ot  tho unforgettable" car of Juggernaut,  beneath tho .wheels of which pious'  Hindu's^ flung themselves to,be mangled into immortality,will hardly read  without a pang; of regret the "following report from the .ancient city .of  Puri, three hundred .mile'***',; south of  Calcutta, where Juggernaut has had  his shrine since 1198 or earlier.  At one place by the walls,'says the  Christian Herald, is a great figure  of Juggernaut, carved iu relief, and  standing eighteen feet high. An almost horrible object it is, glossy  black except for its ape-like face,  which is brilliant red. Devout pilgrims pl'-ioe fruit or rice before it,  press tlieir foreheads to its feet, and  pass on, confident that they have appeased this god on their long journey to tho Ilhylu's paradise.  Outside the walls of the temple  lie remnants of this year's great car  wheels, eight feet in diametetr and  a foot thick, mounted on axles twenty  two feet long and fourteen inches in  diameter. One pictures the car as  carved from costly wood, black with  age, ornamented with gold and set  with precious stones.  In fact, a new car is built every  year, in which the god journeys the  two miles for a fortnight's rest at  his garden or country house. Vast  number of pilgrims grasp' the ropes  and the car moves slowly - forward  to the cheers cf thousands of spectators. But the heavy wheels cut  deep into the sand and it slows down  ami stops. Interest'lags, the priest  now accepting a mere touching of the  ropes as sufficient service, and 'hired  coolies complete the journey, two  weeks being sometimes necessary to  traverse the two miles, and an even  greater time to return. The British Government ,,now prevents the  sacrifice of life under the car, which  probably accounts for tho decline of  the festival.  A Grouch's Story  A coupl*: of old grouches were one  night speaking of an old friend, who  upon his marriage-; took xx_)_ his residence in another city. One of the  grouches had recently visited the old  friend, and naturally the other old  grouch wanted news of the Benedict.  Is it truo that he is henpecked?  asked the second grouch.  I wouldn't say just that, .grimly responded the first grouch, but I'll tell  you of a little incident iu their household that came within my observation . The very first morning I spent  with them, our old friend answered  the letter carrier's whistle. - As he  returned to us, in the breakfast-room,  he carried a letter in hia hand. Turning to his wife, he said���������  A lettev for me, dear. May I open  it?  A Joke by Mansfield  Julia Marlowe, the charming Shakespearean actress, tells a story at the  expense of the less brilliant members  of her,profession. The late Richard  Mansfield's company had been rehearsing more or less faithfully '-for  an hour wheii the hypercritical star  himself arrived unexpectedly. For  several seconds Mr. Mansfield watched the rehearsal���������his expressive face  running rhe gamut of emotions. "Wait  a minute���������wait a minute," impatiently  called out the pompous stage manager. Where are those two jackasses that are supposed to comb down  that hill en this girl's cue? Thereupon Mr. Mansfield abruptly Inter-  rupteiMiim. Go on���������go on with the  scene, he ordered authoritatively^  Then he turned to the stage manager  and patted his- shoulder, I don't  think it will be necessary to have  those two,(jackasses brought in at  all... It looks,to me as if there were  enough on the. stage already.  Altlauti   <-n(lci:rii  Ps.sp   irtsl Olulntut u*  Wld l,f I'.ntttti it t.r,st dfaloii evfrrwt.trf. * lst**r������l  MIBM.1 ft rr.ifi. r.llli S."-t������si !.������>-y*!rt m Itiis fMt  una tifjti^sift if tl,.- is|lii,������nl l������>>wrii put-fii*. ������n  Hil/.icll. ,i W'CUkui V L,t>l. Oil, Uusl-iU, tj.A, .  ���������if. N. U. 012  I",',,.'.., i I, j    ii,,l,^cil"    ul   iiw.IsC  I>i'-J;; I**:'*.* r'uliant over a rc-rt-nt aiV  dltlon to the family and rushed out of  tho hotiflt) to tell tho nowa to a past*-  in*,' neiglitor.  Oh, you don't know what wo've got  upsjiftirn!  Sinai is  u'i  It's a now bi*hy brother*���������and sho  settled back upon her heels and folded her liar ilu to watch tho effect.  You do. 't nay no! In ho going to  stay?  I gtieas ko,���������very thoughtfully, lie's  get Uh tiling*.- off.  The F,vci*ptlon  Indians, you know, nald tho widely-  read man, r.ro very ntolcal. They  aift never known to laugh.  Oh, 1 If.n't know, rei<llftsl lhe flip-  pant pen-on, Tho poet Longfellow  made Miimeli^ha.  Use for Chinese Temples  In Canton and Honan there are. a  Inrgo number of temples to the memory, of numerous deities about whom  nothing or*vory little is known, and  tho only timo ono over hoars of them  ls onco a year, when tho priests aro  celebrating tho birthday of tho, god or  othor festival, Tho now Government is of tho opinion that without  alienating public .opinion or causing  ill fooling many of thoso temples  could be put to a. much moro useful  purpose hy being given into tho hnnils  of the educational commlHslonor to  turn Into achools, Tho matter' is  receiving nUontlon ��������� and tho funds  hitherto paid to a number of lnuy  priests and caretnkorB lu to ho devoted  to edtionilon, Also tho many uelo-  brntloim hold on tho hlrthdnys of tho  various gf.dH aro to bo canceled nnd  tho only fostlvnl/ of this kind to bo  hold aro tho Confucian celebrations.  Women and Asthma ���������Women are  numbered among tho sufferers from  asthma by tho countless thousands.  In'every climate they will be found,  helpless in the grip of this 'relentless  disease unless they have' availed  themselves of the proper remedy. Dr.  J.--"D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  brought l.-ew hope and life to. many  such.' testimonials, sent entirely  without application, show the enormous benefit it has wrought among  womc . everywhere.  A Lengthy Stock ln Trade  The. late Will McConnell,. an advance agent and a Broadway character of much renown, was standing in  tho baggage room of a railroad station" in company with Mel Stoltz, another advance agent. They were  waiting to have their trunks checked.  Presently a baggage handler passed,  pushing a sample trunk, which according to Stoltz, was about nine feet  long and about two feet wide.  For the love of Mike! ejeculated  Stoltz, what do you suppose the-owner of that "trunk sells?  I don't know, said McConnell, hut  from the shape of that package I'd'  say bowling alleys. ���������Kansas City  Times.  Whenever you feel a headache coming on take  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  Tney stop headaches promptly and surely.   Do not contain  .yptum," morphine,"-phenacetin, acetanllld or other dangerous  s."drugs."  25c. a box at your Druggist's. -   125  NATIONAL ORUCI AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA,   LIMITED.  The Northern Trusts Company  HEAD OFFICE,    WINNIPEG.  This company acts in the capacity of  ,  TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  and we Bhall be glad to forward copy of   our   Booklet   "Somethlnj*  r.bout Trusts. Trustees arid Trust Companies." on request  MONEY TO  LOAN  ON  FARM   PROPERTY AT CURRENT  RATES  OF INTEREST  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Japs Want Longer Legs  Tho attempts now being made to  lengthen the legs of Japanese schoolchildren, so that eventually, the stature of the race may equal that of the  European and American, were described to the City Club recently by  Harvey N. Shepard, of Boston, '  Mr. Shepard had just completed a  globe-encircling trip, which was devot-  ei* to study of local self-government.  Children in Japan now sit upon  chairs instead of squatting, he declared. This is being done as an  attempt to make their legs grow longer.       XJ  Japanese surgeons say that the  trunk of a Japanese is as large as  sliat-of-a���������European,���������but���������that���������the-  former's legs are much shorter," making the race of Nippon appear decidedly smaller. If the legs of several  generations can he stretched by using  chairs, instead of the old custom of  squatting, the Jap will be as tall as  men ot cllier nations.  * No man or woman should hobble  painfully avinut because of corns when  so certain t; relief is at hand as I-Iol-  loway's Corn Cure.  Spanking Inspiration  Olio was recalcitrant and she was  wise. Mamma had certain rules for  puuishln,; hor irrespresslble offspring  and they wero as unalterable as those  of the Medes of whom Olio had never  heard but whoso rigor she understood.  So when Olio forgot mamma's commands ono day and lingered too long  at forbidden play she felt tho coming  storm as sho .meandered homo. Then  enmo an Inspiration,  Aur.t Annie,, won't you spank mc,  plqaeb? Olio fairly shouted at ' her  aviitio, ;  'Why, Olio;  what do   you   mean?-  ���������\Vhnt have you done?  Then er.me a tearful confession of  wrong-doing, and ns a climax:  Ploaso, you spank mo, Aunt Annie;  mamma hurts moro than you do,  It is enly fair to stato that Olio  escaped altogether thjs tlmo.  More About  The Loading Platform  The pre33nt generrtion of Western furmero will never know the  difficulties, and vxatlcns experienced by their predecessors in the  earlier years when no one could get a carload' of grain shipped in  bulk except ty io.iding it through an elevator. The system forced  the majority of farmers to sell their grain to the" elevator owners  at arbitrary rricis, and oft times to submit,to heavy dockage and--  other annoyances, causing continual .dlssatipfaction. Now however  the distribution o? -ars as fixed by the Grain Act, and the use of the  loading platform, provide facilities which enable, the farmer to secure  satisfactory treatment,in the disposal' of his grain; and the highest  market prices at time of sale. Every farmer therefore, should more  and more eudeavor to use the loading pli.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  farmers refrain from using the loading platform freely, it might result in its being done away. with', because railway companies, and  elevator owners ara -strongly opposed to it. It Is easy to under-,,  stand why elevator people desire the loading platform abolished,  The railway **eop!e on their part say it delays the loading of cars  and helps to cause car shortage: This we know to-be'.nonsense,  because frequently after cars are loaded- whether with grain, coal  lumber or other merchandise, they are sidetrackeJ for days and even  weeks'instead-of being promptly moved forward to destination. It ���������  is engine shortage and shortage ot competent train men that mostly  causes gram 1 lockade3' on railways and not lack of cars. Let every  farmer therefore/dj'all he can to uso t.e loading platform, and-become an independent shipper. In subEequent advertisements Ave  will state in detail the sayings and other advantages of direct loading into cars _ 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 time cars  are inspected, secure tlie highest price* at time of sale and make  prompt returns when sold; Write us for shipping instructions and  market information. ' '  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  701-703 Y.  GRAIN  EXCHANGE. WINNJPEG, CANADA.  Until 1839 dogs were employed to  draw wagons through tho streets of  "London as they are now in parts-of  Europe.  School Inspector���������What was Napoleon's most "famous costume?  Kid���������His" divorce suit.  Both Wrong  My wife still thinks I'm a treasure.  I wish mine did     Sho thinks I'm  a treasury.���������Satire.    .  Sho���������You said, before we wero  married that my word should bo law.  He���������That was beforo I found out  that tho law was unconstitutional.  la. It Possible  Wo Information crave,  In fact wo'ro advertising  For somo good way to save,  ��������� Without economizing;  The population ; of, Newfoundland  has increased 10 per cent, in tho last  10 years.   * It now reaches 242,000.  On an avorago Great Britain yields  30 bushels of wheat to tho acre; Now  South Wales, fifteen; the United  States, twelve; and Russia eight.  It ls said that each year three thousand foreign waiters find employment  in England.   ���������  Seeing that tho peoplo aro rather  slow ln discarding their queues, Mr.  Chen Chao-chang, Tutub of Kirin,  Manchuria, with the advice of tho  local gentry, has decided to open a  Government barber shop in tho city,  where Queues are cut free of charge.  Recent tests in Europo of tho durability of various bronzes showed that  tho wear was proportional to the con-  tont of tfn.*       *  Mlnard's  Liniment Cures  Garget  In  Cows  Describing negro labor on tho rail-  ways of thn .south, a southern railway ollicinl ni) s that a lender must  bo provldod for onch gang of ���������workers, imd that ho must bo gifted with  a good voice, Ho iibob h chant  which enables tlio mon to work In  ttnlHor,, Kvery pick risen and fulls  at tho nan;** Instant In timo wllh tho  rhythm of tho nong of tho lotulor,  Btiys tho rulhviiy man, and It. is Hiir<  prising to noto tho speed with which  work can l.o dono by'this moans.  ' In thlrty-Ilvo   yoarn   England   has  IobI^.C.040 acres by erosion, but this  hits iJefiiti moro than mndo up by tho  now land which lias formed during  Hint tlmo.  l.'T,i,a-u._it.i- i.i iT���������\i\,.i Ui IjiitniillLtii  innniiHcrlptB, tho name as lu handwritten.  Counting both steamships and sailing vessels of 100 tons and upwards,  lheir totai in the wurio'a inercmitiio  marine oxceoda 30,000.  A Novel Complaint  A real estato man was confronted  with a novel casa of fault-finding this  othor day, and Is still a littlo puzzled  by It.  It appears that ho negotiated tho  salo ot a pleco of land for a special  purpoBa Boverul years ago, and tho  property, *> through neighborhood  changes, l.as becomo worth ten tlmos  what tho proBont owuer paid for It,  Tho other day tho aamo man camo  ln and said ho wanted nnothor lot  for a special purpono, Tho dealor  told him ho hud thevofy thing, adding that ho believed tho land' would  Increafio ln valuo in tho samo ratio  tho llr������t had dono,  Not on your life, crlod tho prospective cuetomor. I bought a $.1,000  lot from jou and It ncrvoB-my purpono  ub woll an if It post twenty tlmoa ns  much. Instead of paying tho expenses on a $3,000 lot, howovor, I am  ���������iBBCBBod on a $30,000 ono and havo no  pouBlbb way of making up tho difference, Soil mo a $3,000* lot that will  Btay put at $3,000 thia time, and don't  you daro aaddlo mo with a hungry  WilUu i.;i.'|-'iu-i<,.  Ami the i\ft\\cr ln ~t\W tx little dt\7,ei1.  A highgrade chew" for  those ,who want something better than usual.  Farmer���������I toll   you,   heln'   Bherlff  around hero Ib a mighty hard job.  VI������Uor���������You nover arrest anybody.  Farmer���������No.   But there's an awful  lot of fal:t alanmi. Kvery time otic  of those Hummer girls bcob a catorpll*  Inr ymi fl-lnk thfrf'H murder lir-ln;?  committed.  Tho Orcek government is JmUdtnft  railroads, constructing Irrigation  works and making harbor Improve-  Uttnia.  Fronch farmers fltjd snail culture  a prolltablo undertaking, Ab mail";  na 000,000 first quality biiuIIh, tho  prlco of which throughout tho year  H\efaKi-in ^si.iw nn nuv, umnhixnit, i*..u������  bo roared dn an ncro of land, They  have to ho fed only onco a day, pro-  forablo in tho evening, and though  extremely voracious aro by no means  fp."������idIouB, Aftor a fall of rain,  which BOi-niB to sharpen their npp<v������  tUou, a ted of 100,000 wll! rtfimrtlfnh  a barrow load of cabbages In a very  short spare of time.  Wlfey--My dear, are umpires always wrong*  Hubby���������No* itlwny*. Bomotlmes  they give tho homo team Uie best ot  It.  ���������Jjiit.yu.ij   Anavj  T-U-rJ''  it*  an exceptionally choice  chewing tobacco ��������� rich,  tasty and lasting.  You are sure to like  "Empire Navy Plug".  ALL LIVE DEALERS HAVE IT-  VASK YOURS.  m   ai  !!  / I  JTHE TOWS: CimTUTOT.ATm 7*   C  **-:  'ii,'  There are no dead fifes  lying about when  WILSON'S  FLY PADS  are used as directed.  All Druggists, Grocers and General Dealers sell them.  DRY FARMING CONGRESS  The Annual Convention to be Held at  J-ethbrldge This Year, Attracting  Attention  t \:    .  Dry-Farming means better farming  according to the official call of the  International Dry-Farming Congress,  the annua', convention of the dry-land  farmers of the world, which meets  October 19-26 next at Lethbrldge, in  Southern Alberta, in the heart of one  of the greatest grain belts. -"The definition of the term "dry-farming,"  which is coming into such general use  everywhere and of which thousands  have never learned the essentials, is  most interesting, and, furthermore, It  is logical, and tho adaptation of its  precepts has brought reward to those  farmers who have looked to science  to aid them where misfortune and  hard, luck through unfavorable w.cath-  er conditions pursued their neighbors  lARLINGTON; CHA LIE W__  WA^ERPRQOF^CQiLARS^  Are the best ever made and are guar*  anteed to givo you satisfaction. At  all dealers, or send us 25 cents stating sty'.o and size, required.  The Arlington Co., of Canada, Ltd,,  68 Fraser Ave., Toronto, Ont.  Guns, Rifles,  Ammunition  and all '  ;1  Hunters' Equipment  ALSO TRAPPERS' SUPPLIES  Write for illustrated Catalogue 51U  The Kingston Smith Arms Co.,  Limited  488 Main Street, Winnipeg.  Tardy Honors for Lady Hamilton  An extraordinary proposal has been  made, apparently in good faith, to ex*  hume tha remains of Emma,. Lady  Hamilton, from her grave In ,Calals  and transport them to Westminster  Abbey. The argument is that Nelson bequeathed her to the country,  and sentimentalists think that some  amends for letting her die in poverty  may be made by burying her nearly  a century later ln the "national Valhalla." ,    ���������  It is argued that it was only  through her Influence that Nelson  went to sea again and so fought and  won his greatest victory at Trafalgar. He had formed a desire to settle down to a country life, but Lady  Hamilton persuaded him to make ono  more cruiso in tho , Bervico of his  country..  Those who oppose the transfer suggest that her motive was not patriotism, but. a desire for a little more  limelight,' afld they add that although  It is true ehe ran through a property  of $2,000 u year of her own she was  not exactly starving when she died,  as she was In the enjoyment of an  annuity of,$200 settled upon her by  her daughter Horatia.  What do you think of this scheme  of having the countries exchange  children?  What's tho idea?  An English family, for Instance, exchanges children for a couple of  years with a German family. Thus  both sets of children get a chance to  learn another language. References  are exchanged and all that aort of  thing.  It's an ��������� elegant scheme. - My  neighbors have a kid that I would  like to see exchanged, .with some' family in Siberia,���������Louisville Courier-  Journal.* - -  - , . What a Rat Will Do  -"Almost unbelievable are some of  the things dono by the rat, the squealing, filthy, gluttonous, all-pervading  and -all-destroying brown rat Rats  often gnaw the hoofB of horses until  the blood comes. They have been  known to attack fat hogs and eat  holes in their bodies, causing death.  They -will fight buman beings If cornered. They often steal valuable  articles to help them . ln building  ,nests. 0  The following werejlound in a single nest' Three bedroom towels, two  serviettes, flvo dust cloths, two pairs  of linen knickerbockers, six linen  pocket handkerchiefs, and one silk  handkerchief. This rat, which was  a model of Industry and thrift, had  carried away and stored near its nest  1-V-fc lbs of. sugar, a pudding, a stalk  of celery, a beet, carrots, turnips and  potatqes.  In the last dozon years over 5,000,-  000 human beings have died of plague  In India alono. Tho Indian Plague  Commission, aftor careful enquiry,  found that bubonic plague In man is  entirely dependent on the disease of  the rat.  Marvelous in its destructivoness Is  the common house-mouse, closely related to the rat. Tho fleld-mouse,  ���������too,* is highly destructive, the1 most  destructive of all the rodents.  SSESaffSPSOg'Tq-nCCT^^  jyj ANY brands pf Baking Powder contain alum,  , which is an injurious acid. The ingredients of  alum baking powder are never printed on the label;  ,.$���������_  tfWLtViift  The cheapness of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator puts it within  reach of all, and it can be got at any  druggist's.  PROF.  It.  W. THATCHER  and  On the Job  In a quiet littlo country town, so  quiet that the silence hurt, a commercial tiaveler entered the general  store. Going through to the parlor  at the back he found the proprietor  and a friend having a,game of checkers.  Here, Mr. Slocum, he said in an energetic"whisper,���������there-are-two-customers in the shop.  Slocum never raised his eyes from  tho board. He merely shook his  iead and whispered in reply���������  That's all right. Keep quiet and  they'll go away again. ���������  Jamacia has a great deal'of valuable wood in its interior, but the  streams tro not largo enough to bring  It to the coast.  vjlOO Reward, $lui>.  Tha readers of this paper will bs pleased- to learn,  that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science  lias boon ablo to cure In all Its stages, and that Is  Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Ir the only positive  euro now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh  being a constitutional dlscatMn requires a constitutional trcatmont, Hall's Catarrh Curo Is token Internally, act'ssr directly upon tho blood anil mucous  nurlncsM of tlio., system, thereby destroying, the  Jhundatlon of tlio' disease, tsjcl bIvIiir the patient  iitrength by bullsllnir up tho constitution nnd aBalut-  Ins naturo In doing Its work, Tlio proprietors havo  - so murh faith In Its,curative powers that they offer  Ono Hundred Dollars for any ease tbat it tails to  cure,  Send for list of testimonials.  Aflrtress P, J, CHENKV & CO, Toledo, O.  Bed by all DruKKlnla, 75c  Tako Hall's Family Pills for tonsUpiitlon.  No Milksops  Ono great mistake mado by many  It tho patents who object to training  young children is tho notion that dis-*  j'lpllne connotes harshness. It need  do nothing of tho kind.    ���������  How did you bring your sons up  to bo so obedient. and dutiful? wo  said. Thoy defer to you lit  everything, and yot'thoro Isn't a bit  of tho milksop about them, and thoy  aro not a hit ������������������ afraid of you. You  Boom to bo such frionds, nnd yet I  havo hoard you say you havo strong  ideas about obodlohco. How did you  manago It? ���������  I mad a thorn obey absolutely; I  wtvs strict in my discipline; I tried  to ho entirely just, and I lovod thorn  to (loath, .wan tho answer,  So long,, a������ your children nro persuaded that dovotod lovo Ib tho causo  ami accompaniment of tho dlnolpllno  you need not bo afraid that thoy will  drift away from you, If you mako Jus-  tloo ono of tho foundations of yoifr  training,  Bogln with your tiny baby and, ns  you drill him ln regular hnhlts of eating and sleeping, acciiBtom him tb  tho mothod of obodionco. Whon tho  tlmo comoB���������as It may���������whon wo  will attempt a small revolt, don't glvo  way, hut hold your own". Avoid Issues au much as possible, but when  thoy come moot thorn squarely',  A Sea Sandstorm  With its docks covered with an  Inch or moro bf sand, nnd tho oflioors  and crew looking ns If thoy had ro-  ���������nrnort from n desert trip, thn nchnnn-  or Alvona, twonty-sovon days from  Columbia ici-s cr, iu coiuuiutisi uf Cup*  tain A'hrahamson, nrrivod In San Dio-  ro. Cal.. rocontly. Whllo tho vessel wnii coming nlono undor a light  wind sovonty-flvo miles off shore  nnd 125 miles north of San Diego, It  became fnvclopod In a cloud of lino  sand. Jrho son was smooth and the  wind from tho Bouth-oast. Tho dust  seemed to drop from tho nky.  This Condition prevailed for two  days, according to the crow, ami not  until Point Loma was sighted did thoy  >et out of the duat, From that time  until tho Bdiooner got Into port tho  crew yvtitt bitKJ' wweepltift the nefliimu-  iated sand off the lumber cargo and  decks, and getting tho fine particles  of grit out of their oyes and hair.���������  McCall's Magazine   , ll     mil    I      rt.ll       ���������  W. N. U. 912  who farmed   aa   their   fathers  grandfathers did before them.  Every civilized country in the world  is now studying .the tillage and cropping methods taught by the International Dry-Farming Congress, arid its  monthly scientiiic bulletins and' reports , go to the four corners of. the  earth. Its corps of instructors is  famed world-wide, and its next Convention promises to be attended by  agriculturists from some "EO ,, nations  and official delegations from some 30  states and provinces of the United  States and Canada, upholding the  great agricultural interests of- tho  North American Continent.  ^Dry'FaTTniFgT^Tys^tire^all, ii a"  sciehtlflc term used by, colleges and  authors to differentiate between tho  new system of agriculture and ' the  older methods utilized *in the rain-  bolts and irrigation districts. A  special system of tillage of tho soil  for the purpose of moisture and fertility conservation is known to be  necessary for at least 63 per cent of  tho agriculture acreage of tho world,  and the Dry-Farming Congress was  brought into existence for tho purpose  of working out, these problems and  romedles for the troubles confronting  farmers of the sub-humid districts, or  in districts whero there are frequont  droughts or falling soils. Dry-Farming ls free from .mystory of any kind!  Any farmer on any soil and in any  climate c&,n increase production, .crop  quality and bank account".   ���������.'���������*,������������������>  Dry-Farming mothods can bo-utilized with profit upon ovory aero In  every district of tho world. The,  phrase does" not moan tho operation  of farms whoro no moisture is obtainable but* doos mean the-utilization cl*  Buch tillage methods as arb from tiuu)  to tlmo demonstrated to bo most efficient :In tho reduction of evaporation  and tho production of a practical storage rosonolr in tho soil, tho utilization of minimum or untimely moistures, etc. Tho work bf tho CongrosB  Includes tho study of farm machinery,  tlllago, tho development of drought-re-  slHlant plants and bettor mothods on  tho farm. ,  Tho sectional conventions of the  groat Congress will bo in chargo of  tho following prominont mon:  Crops and brooding���������Chairman,  Prof, Alfrod Atkinson, Montana; Agricultural College, Bozoman, Montana;  Socrotary, Prof. F. D. Farroll, nur-  oati of Plant Industry, Dopartmont of  Agriculture, Washington, D.C.  Livestock and Dairying*���������Chairman,  Prof, Ed, II. Wobstor, ��������� Doan Kansas  Agricultural College, , Manhattan,  Kansas; Secretary, Prof. J. II, Shop-  pord, Doan North Dakota Agricultural Collogo, Agricultural Collogo.N.D,  Farm. Ma,nagomont *������������������ Chairman,  ���������Tamos Murray, Sufflold, Alta,; Socrotary, Prof. Ed, II. Watson, Choy-  onno. Wyoming.  Scientific Konoaroh ��������� Chairman,  Prof. H. W. Thatchor, Dlroctor  Washington fltato Agricultural Collogo Exporlmont Station, Pullman,  Washington; Socrotary, Prof. F. J.  Alway, Nobraiika Agricultural Collego, Lincoln, Nob.  Agricultural CollogoH and Export-  montal Stations���������International Con-  foronco���������ProHldont, Dr. Charles A.  Lory, President Colorado Agricultural Collogo,   Fort   Collins,   Colorado;  r, , ������,     i     ^      s*    srs...     si    ts ���������  US^CiUiUi^,   i SU,,    If.    f*.    ff\ititifi.i,,   .f^.l.t  Mphrnnkn. A prleuH.nrM* nnllcpin,  Lincoln, Nob.  Ilural Homos-International Congress  of Farm Women���������President, Mrs.  Dyrtha h. Stavnrt, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Socrotary, Mrn.    Eleanor   Ii,  Agricultural Forestry -nl Chairman,  Carlos Q. Dnton, United Bfitos Forest  Assistant, Denvor, Colorauo; Socrotary,. Chan. A, Scott, Stato Forostor  of Kansas, Manhattan,.Kansas.'  Soil, Tlllago methoda and machinery���������Chairman, H. M, nnlnor, Am-  arlllo, Tox.; Secretary, Prof. A. M.  McOmle, University ot ArUonn, Tue-  ���������on, Arli.  Agricultural Education���������Chairman,  Dr. J. II. Connell, Presldont Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College,   Stillwater,   Okla;    Secretary,  | Prof. E. J. Oddlngs, Idaho Agricultural College, Moscow, Idaho,  GUARD BABY'S HEALTH IN THE  SUMMER  - The summer months are tho most  dangerous to little ones. Tho complaints of that season which are  cholera infantum, colic, diarrhoea  and dysentery come on so quickly that  often a little one is beyond aid before  the mother- realizes he is really ill.  The mother musjt'be'bh her guard to  prevent these troubles or if they do  come on-suddenly to cure them; No  other medicine is of" such aid to Jhe  mother dm ing hot weather- :aa is  Baby's Own'Tablets. Th'ey .regulate the bowels and stomach and arc  absolutely safe. Sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  ���������  ���������       .   Wending  The curfew tolls the knell of parting  -���������day;���������: =   Tho lowing herd wends slowing o'er  the lea���������  Ann auto' wends its record breaking  way,  The lowing herd wends to eternity. *  Save One for Her  Edith was* light-hearted and merry  over everything. Nothing appealed  to her seriously. So one day her  mother decided to invite a very serious young parson to -dinner, and he  was placed next the light-hearted girl.  Everything went' well until she asked  him���������  You speak of everybody having a  mission".     What is yours?  My mission, said the parson, is to  save young men.  Good, replied the |;Irl, I'm glad to  meet you. I wish you'd save one  for me.  BAKlNf  Magic Baking Powder*  contains no alum and is the  only baking powder made  in Canada that has all the  ingredients plainly printed  on the label.  EW.CILLBTT COMPANY LIMITED  TORONTO, ONT.  WINNIPEG MONTREAL  _y**ou_-._rv>friiv  THIS  ���������ANNCKWWtV  rilWHMHDWtW  fouos-wKC mnn  IMS A"!) NOUC CTKIK  I WsOS������KA������.UIC������8  LtMUCTSCMNO  JTAKClt  f-il  ������c3sv  TAlNSNO_i51  This is to certify that I have used  MINARD'S Liniment in my family  for years,' and consider It the best  liniment en the market. , I -have  found it excellent for horse flesh.  (Signed)  W   S   PINEO.  "Woodlands," Middleton, N.S.  Royal Relics  Notwithstanding the efforts of  stewards to keep track of royal relics,  such things turn up in odd places  from time to time. For Instance tho  silk stockings whloh Queen Victoria  Is said to have worn on hor wedding  day and a piece of orange blossom  from her bridal bouquet wero'among  a number of royal bits and scraps  sold a day.or two ago at the Manor  House, Knaresborough, near Harrogate". They fetched $77. They  wero found In a bijou tablo which  also containeu plecos of the bridal  cake of King Edward and King  George, Lord Nelson's; garter and a  pair of shoos onco. worn by Pauline  Bonaparte, sister of the groat Napoleon.  Tho services of the ushers or nn-  nouncors no',v employed In largo railroad stations for tho purpose of  kooplng persons Informed of* tho train  movements aro threatened by tho Introduction of a telephonic Bystom by  which theso announco'monts aro mado  by a slnglo porson, but conveyed to  many dlffcront parts of tho building  simultaneously. Tho announcement  coming from many dlfforont parts ot  a largo hall, such as most waiting  rooms aro at present, is dono In a  much moro satisfactory manner than  by tho ushors, as tho confusing echoes  ot a direct announcement ia avoided.  The Psychology of Italics .  Doctors of style in the writing of  English declare that the use' of italics  for emphasis is a positive fault, showing; weakness of construction and inability to express ideas strongly by a  right arrangement of words. Nevertheless, Italics aro used deliberately  by some forceful writers to gain added  effect and to fasten the eye and the  mind oftLe reader upon important  points somewhat as a speaker will  strengthen his oration by vocal emphasis and gesture. Whatever may  be said for or against the uso of Italics  thoy certainly reveal the writer's  sense of relative importance in tho  things ,he has written. He has  selected words and phrases, and has  given them special prominence. As  we note their significance wo begin  to know more of tho man behind  the words. His choice of emphasis  tells us what manner of man ho is.  His italics aro either an'index of his  .mental or moral character.  We-hra all writing history day by  day. On evory pago somo things  aro written small, others stand out  boldly in italics. Tako up tho book  ct night and read tho story of the  day, -I It will bo an interesting record���������perhaps a startling ono. Doubtless wo shall feel very much like correcting tho proof whon wo find whero  the Italics are sot.--Christian Herald.  Geo. Ham's Laundry  T story is told of a party of eastern manufacturers who were making  a trip through the Canadian Northwest.* The train was running about  three hours lato and it was essential  that they-reach a certain point A���������  on time to mako "train connections  without delay. As they proceeded  however, the train lost more time and  the 'easterners began to get nervous.  They hunted up tho conductor and  had him interview tho crew, but  there was no gain in speed. At a  stopping point they interviewed the  crew personally and threatened .to  telegraph Sir Thomas Shaughnessy,  but this had no effect.  Flnaily a happy thought struck one  of tho Montreal travellers. He  knew, that George Ham was travelling  in the west with an English party.  He also knew that George Ham -always sent his laundry to Montreal  and it was forwarded to him where-  ever ho happened to be. He told his  confreres, and hunting up the conductor had him send a note to the  engine driver ��������� that George Ham's  laundry was on .board and that the  train must reach him at A��������� In  time to deliver it to'him. Thp hint  of George Ham's .laundry being on  board was sufficient. The train b'e-  gau*to gain timo and that afternoon  they steamed into A��������� three minutes  ahead of time.   ���������  ' Spa  Power From the Tlde9  Study has been made of a proposition for generating power for Schles-  wig-Holstein by utilizing tho ebb and  fiow of the tide, and work is under  construction. The Island of Nord-  strand la being connected with the  mainland by a high-water reservoir  of 1,500 acres and a low-water reservoir of 1,250 acres. There will always be h head of water in one or  otherofnto^esefvoirsrwhich^wiirbo  available for operating turbines constantly. '  A J:o������e in the field is worth two  la the barn.  You can't prerent  Spavin, Ringbone, Splint, or Curb from  putting your horse in the barn but you  can prevent these troubles from keeping '  horses iu the bani -very long.   You i_,u get  KENDALL'S  SPAVIN CURE  /  and euro nil such ailments. For 33 years,  Kendall's Spaviu Cure has beeu the horse-  ���������mau'a standby,  Aultsvillh, Ont. March 24th, 1912.  "I have used Kendall's Spaviu Cure for  over 14 years curing two Bog Spavins, one  Curb, one Bone Spavin and a Rinp;bonc���������all  bad cases. Your medicine is the best in the  world." JOSIAH RUmCK.  Price $1 per bottl*>-6 bottles $.5. Ask  druggist for free book "Treatise ou the  Horse" or write direct to us 73  Dr. B. J. Kendall Company  Enosbwr Falls, Vermont, U. S. A.  WELL PEOPLE TOO  Wlafl Dootor Qlveo Postum to Convalescents.  A wlso doctor trioB to glvo naturo  Uh host chanco by saving tho littlo  strength of tho nlroady oxhaustod  patient, and building up wnstod on-  orgy with simplo but poworful nourishment,  "Flvo yoarn ago," writes a doctor,  "I commenced to muo Postum lu my  own family Instead of coffeo," (It's  a wolhltnown fact that ten is Just as  injurious as coffee bqcauoo It contains  caffolno, tho samo" drug found* in' cof-  foo), "I was so woll pleased with  tho results that I had two grocers  phico it In stock, guarantoolng its  salo,  "1- thon commonccd to rccommojtd  It to my. patients in placo of coffoo, nu  a nutritious bevorngo. Tho conso-  quonco Is, ovory storo In lown Is now  HUiiil'tj    it,    <iO    <i'    "���������*!���������    Itl-mUlim    O,    SlUSlW  hold nrepiwUy In mnny hmi-W,  I'm suro I prcnoribo Postum ns often ns any ono romody In tho Materia  Modlca���������In nlmost overy caso of In-  digestion aud nervousness I treat,  nnd with tho boot results,  atatt       .,    V     ...   -        I.* I -, .   "I ,. -   ���������    If    *.. I   ..    ..     f .. ���������������  X. *.*\.*.*   **  Vts+vV   kit-������>������-'U*VV   #v   I,*UW   im   SUA*..*'  ily, It ls qulto suro lo remain, I  shall continue to uso ft, nml prescrlbo  It In famUloc whoro I practice.  "In convnloscnnco from fnoumonla,  typhoid fovor and othor ensos I glvo  it ns a liquid, naslly absorbed diot,  You may i;ho my I������tter as a roforenco  any way you nco lit." Namo givon  by Canadian Postum Co., Windsor,  Ont.  llead "Tho Iload to Wcllvlllo" in  pUgs.    "There's a reason/'     '  Ever read the above letter? A  new one appears from time to time,  They ere o*milne, (rue, and full of  human interest.  An OII That Is Prized Everywhere.-���������  Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil was put  upon tho market without any flourish  ovtr thirty yonrs ago, It was put  up to meet tho ^yantB of a small section, but as soon as Its merits bo-  camo known it had a wholo continent for a field, and it Is now known  and prized throughout this hemisphere. Thoro is nothing equal to  It.  In tho causes of infant mortality  cholera morbus figures frequently,  and It may be said that complaints  of the bowels are great destroyers of  child llfo. . If all mothers would avail  themselves of so effective a remedy  as Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial many. a. littlo one could be  saved. This Cordial can bo given  with safety to thf* smallest child, as  there is no injurious substance in It..  A Voice of Experience  I can't understand why married  couples ever have a disagreement, she  said. I.don't see why those matters can't bo so adjusted that there  will be no friction. Now, my husband. arid I understand each othor  thoroughly.  Indeed, ho   replied; '   How,   long  havo you .boon married?.    '.-���������-.  Noarly throo days,���������Judgo.  Nothing Serious  Young Bllfur and Miss Wapplo fojl  out yestorday.  Do you think thoy will mako up  again?  I'm suro Miss Wapplo will. Thoy  foil out of a motor boat.���������Birmingham Ago Herald, "v  TRADE MARK REG.  Sheathing Paper  ���������a high-grade paper, odorless,  tasteless, free from tar,  waterproof, exceptionally strong ���������  _=will.not-lear.���������A- durable-,  and effective Interlining for  walls, floors and ceiling.'*.  ,  Examine DURO carefully at  your dealer's, or write for sample  and Booklet to the --   as  ���������'SoU Ctnullaa M������nsf>cturcri''-  THE STANDARD PAINT CO.  ol Canada, Limited.  IfMifreal, Wlnnlpef, Ciliary, Vanctnver.  I  THE'ALBERTA'HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doors south of C.P.R.; Depot  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hot and cold water In every room  nMn_M_w_WM  Hotel  practically  Fireproof -.  All Outside Rooms    ���������  Size of Future Ships  Sir William Whlto, n loading nnv.il  architect, declared rocontly that tho  facts that tond to limit tho Increase  In tho slzo ot ships aro chl'ofly* commercial, Largo ships cost moro to  build than small onoo, and aro moro  oxponslvo to oporato. , Moroovor  thoy aro not so suro of obtaining  their complement.-} of passongors or  cargo without dolay. In addition,  comparatively fow harbors possess  channels of sufficient depth or docks  largo enough, to accommodate ves-  sols cvon of tho length and weight of  tho Maurotanla. Sir William be-  IIovob that although largo ships will  contlnuo to ply between a fow favored ports for special services, and  ovon larger onos may bo built, tho  **y**t 'bwffr nf rsrinnn  ���������rrsfn* n*\f\  fiyix-  tlnuo to bo carrlod by vossols of mod-  oraio ulzo.  Fitting the   Case  Wllh a faco that vainly endoavored  to nrpoar mournful, nnd   oyos   that  flow of* iQtxve, Patrick Murray O'Do-  Ian strolled Into a dry goods storo,  I want yer to toll mo, ho murmered,  phwnt tho custom Is for th' wcarln'  lv mournln'?  Woll, mused-tho assistant, of courso  It varies, If It's a very dear rolallvo  you should wear black clothes; If It's  a lens near relative, tx band of black  on tho sleeve or hat; or, tf Ita a  friend, Just ft black tie,  For somo moments Patrick Murphy  O'Dolan conslderod.  Woll, ho whispered at length, give  mo tx ahoo lace. It's my wife's  J -.nothor.���������Excbanfi,  Miss Thrill���������Do you And. yachting  as oxHllaiatlng ns motoring?'   " '    '*  Tom���������N.ol Thoro's no thrill In It  at all. You boo, thoro's nobody to  dodgo and cuss' you when you'ro  spoodlng.      , *  Tho moanost inan*ln England has  just boon dlscovorod,, A cottager  was askod by his wlfo to dig tho potatoes In tho garden. Ho consented, and aftor digging for a fow minutes wont Into tho houso, remarking  that ho had found n coin. Ho washed  tho dirt off, .and It proved to bo a  halt crown, Ho put It ln his pock-  ot and went back to work, Presently  ho returned to tho houso, saying ho  had found another coin, which on hoing washod turnod out to ho n two-  shilling pleco, To put1 thlB In his  pockot. I havo worked pretty hard,  said ho to his wife, I think I'll tako  a short nap. Whon ho awoko ho  found that his wlfo had dug tho remainder ot tho potatoos, but alio had  found no coin, It at hist dawned upon hor that sho had boon takon in.  mt AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI...  Mat.WiMiLow'a Booth iko Svaur Jim btta  atdfororer SIXTY YSARShv MlLLlOPa _  DTHHKB for Ihtlr CHtCDRBK WtllrJ  iKTHJNO. with PBRFKCT SUCCESS. II  JQTHKB th������ CH1U>, BOl'TUNS tin OUMSl  ,UY������ all PAIN | CORHB W.ND COLIC, an*  lh������ beat remedy for UIARRHCBA, It 11 ab.  Mlmaly.'himilcti. B������ iur������ and aik fer "Mra.  WlnaldWa BAOthlns tSyrup." and Uko a* etked,  kind. Twtaty-ilvecants* bottle.  Managed to See It  /  Walter���������Woll sir, how did you find  tho boot?  DInor���������Oh I I happened to shift  a potato, and���������woll, thoro ll was,--  Bystandor.  H  Distinction  How do you toll tho difference botwoen a-yacht and n sailboat? raid llio  girl with tho Inquiring mind,  By look.ng Into tho pantry, ropllod  Captain Cleot. If sho carries*plenty  of refreshments and cigars, Hho a  yacht. If it's mostly plain victuals  she's a sailboat,*���������Washington Slur.  Supreme  Doos your wlfo always havo her  own way?  Doos shoT Why, man, she's tlio  Bon Johnson of our household.���������Do-  trolt Proo ProBB.  mmmmmmmmm  I  hm_W 1^^* Jt/h  JUt-i 1*l_#' ^kiiifct^.?        ^^0, ^ypf |^^ V_a4tik^W TUmVt" -*���������* ^HW>'-*Hl������*t������'iH. **m*' ^mm, **mm*r    |  li fnr too sure to come when your bodily strenRth has been undermined  by tho polaon of bile, Headaches, sour stomach,' unpleasant urcnUi,  ncrvmisneM, and a wllh to do nothing are ������U ilgni of bllloinnoM-s gli������,  loo, that your system ne-Mli - Imlp. Just the right help is given and tbo  bodily condition which Invites serious sickness  Is Prevented By  timely uie of Bcechnm's Pills. This famous tenreUblo, and always efficient  family remedy will dwiryour syatem, regulate your boweli, stimulate vour  liver, tone your nerves, Yonr dlgpntlon will be so Improved, your food #111  nourish you and you will bo strong to DO and to resist. You will feel  greater "-Jitfor and vitality, as well as buoyant spirits���������after you knowand us������  1tof!rt������<!oaa%Mi-mrrta������ aravilualU-MpatWlrUwMa**  Salt tttrr*\,t*:  Ia Uum, 2tc, THE  NEWS,   OPMBEflLA-JP.   BHmBH ,6QLf?|fi[|tA������  ��������� ,.    .mm r������������p������������ ���������Tf^m.-Jf-VSaaiSSSIIlyLi.'!. ���������'���������  Wm Onmberland Ita .  issued   Every   Tuesday by  the  Cos-aox   &   Cambefland  Publishing  Company.  This pnper will net bold itself  rwsjxmsiblt- for tIve opinions of oth-  itu) as may appear ivv its 'columns  from time to time.  HvEtiNESDAT, OCT.   1& l&i_  Sayward Land District.  .., bistrkt of Comox...'  TAKI-; NOriCEtlwt Mary Thulin of  1.m*.k1, IV. C. occupation married  woman  in'end*?-to'apply for permission to ptur-  ..'i:i*e the follo>ving'described lands:���������  ���������vO'-.uYiciu*!!"**}*; at a poit planted at   the  iinvji-wthi cornor of T. L. No. 44338,  tlcuco north &*>'chains, thence'west 40  ch'-iins, thencft  south 50 chains more er  ..fcsr. to shore line, thciKe along tlie* shore  }ine .'���������) chains nx>re ov less ta plae-i of  beginning containing  200 acrcs^more or  h:s?. ;-'*.*.-;-  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Mary Thulin  Da'cVigust 13th, 1912.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT  DiBtrict of Sayward, Range 3,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Kltnzein  Hannaiy by my agent, George Yer  (Iter,ot /Campbell River, V. I. occu  pation married woman, intends to  applycfor'permission  10  purchase  the fol'owing described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted  near lite N.E. "corner of lot 351  ilvmce south. 10 chains Uer,} thence  oast 10 chains (ten! more or le^B to  the point of commencement con  taining 20 acres (twenty) more, or  less.  ELINZJEIA HANNA i  Name of Applicant  Dale March 26th, 1912.  ���������".���������Sayward Land District.  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that Charles Tholin,'  ��������� vl Lund, B.C., occupation merchant, in-  lencls tr.  apply ior, permissi-on lo pur-  ������h.ise ihe ihe following described land:���������  Conmeiicingat a post planted in Drowns  i-ay ,11 the north-east corner of T. L.  43146,   thence   west 80   chains, thence-  v.onh 21 chiins. ihence east   80 chains,  to xhi shore line, thence south so chains  more or less along Shore line 10 place of  beginning containing 160 acres more or  .less  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Charles Thulin  Data August 14th, 1912  Sa> ward Land District.  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that George Verdi-  er( of l.-!������ri, li.C., occupation  inuMuls io apply for permission to ���������pttr-  i '-i.v.1"* the following described  I*nds:���������  Cc)-hmei>~in������ at a   post  planted at   the  ijinli west corner ol Lot 57,thence nonh  5 i ���������*h tins to the shore line, thence follow  ,_in;i,tJii.*_i,b-_>re,line.aLouiid_the_point,.tQ__.the  jiUce ot beginning.  ������EORCE VERDIER  Applicant  IXv.e Au_nst r4th, 1912 --  Snywnrd Land District,  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that Fred Thulin,  tjj* L.ind, B.C., occupation merchant, m-  \an';l-i to apply for permission to our-  tiMse ihe following described [land:���������  C������ n neaping at a post planted nt tbe  ������.->,i-.h-s,v>t corner of Timber. Lease No.  3 j864, ihence west 80 chains, thenre  .s'uilh 80 chiins, thence cist 80 chains to  ������!i.ij shore line, Ihence following shore  Suit? north So chains,', mere or less to the  pl.ioe of begiiiaini������ containing 640 acres  ���������.nui'c or less.  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Fred Thulin  Due August i-fr.h, 1912 .,  "LIQUOR. LICENSE ACT."* ^  (Section 48)  NOTIGE is horeby given, that oh lhe  j'thday of October next, application  w I! b-j m ide to tho  Superintendent  of  IV i-.-i.Ki il i'.>hcii for tin transfer of lhe  license for the .sale  ol liquor by   retail  in rr*l u,>in lhe prewsa* Icu.vn asj  the  Willuws Hotel, situate at Campbell River, lkui-jh Columbia, from Charles Thu-  ti 1 andlEmerson  llannan to  Charles  1 liulln, ol Campbell River, Hritish Columbia.  Dated this i(th dny nf Sept., 1912  THULIN it I1ANNAN  Holders of License  CHARLES THULIN  Applictnt for Transfer  Sayward 1,111*-J District  District of Cost  Tako notice that Isabel Mc-Ken  ny. of Vancouver, R C. occupation spinster,'.'.intends to apply for  permission to purchase the follow  itig described land-?:���������  Commencing at a post planted  one mile enst of tho south-west  corner of lot 550, thence -west 80  diatns, thenee south 40 chains,  thenee east 80 chains-, thence  .north 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 320 acres,  more or less.  Isabel McKenny.  Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Chestinit, Agent  Date March 12th, 1012.  )  Say ward Land District  District of Sayward  TAKK notice that AVilliuiu  J-inu-* (til)sou,..of Vancouver, oc-  c.iji'itioii, painter, intends to apply for pfi'inission to purchase  iin; following described laiid**:���������  Coinmnioing at a post planted ao  chains east of lhe north cast corner of Timber Liccnsi) 3232, thenar, <���������������'������������������������������"> *>ry t*\\ftii\e     flxowf    WiUtll  a-*: cJ^iu.s, tbence- wo r-t 20 v^ninr*,  tlience noith 20 chains to poiut  ot r-'xnm-ncemeiit, containing  ,'o ;i������M'i*.i 1 non; or luss and is between White am) Salmon nvyis.  William Jam������.s Oihsos  S Maurice ('niter, Agt'iil.  Dytc August 21st,, 1912.  B&imammWItmm-amVafaimmWm^  1'OU.bAUK���������A book all young  tip >rta chonl'l road, price $1.00  A<Hre������* letter*1, drawer 14, Nan-  Riino, ll. C,  T.y lit* JJi-,' Store, if you w.uii i.'n-m  nev������ Gss������ s.siv>; i,c* H^^d> .un.-i.^ L;  tr-,-; um, deliver/ and latuf.i-twn  y*. twiflft-d,  Sayward Land Diutriet   -  District oi   Comos.    .  TAKE notice tjiatElinyrie Han-  nan,    married     woman     Camp  bell   River,   B. C,    intends    to  apply ior psrovission  to  rmrchase  tbe  following  desoribed   hind :���������  Commencing al a post planted at  the south east corner   of   Lot   No.  351, thence south 15 chains   to iho  north west corner of Lot 376, then  oe east 20 chain, to the shore lint*.  then re a long the shore line   to   the  place of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.   ^ ELINX-RIE^HANN A N���������  George Verdier, Agent.  Dated July 22nd, 1912.  COUNTY COURT OF NANAIMO  HOLDEN AT CUMBERLAND.  In the goods of James Murphy,  deceased intestate.  TAKE NOTICE that by order of  Hia Honor Judge Barker made in  tbe above court on the 4th dny of  September 1912, lhe undersigned  was a pointed administrator of thf  est 1' of Jamea Murphy, deep 1 .1, who died al Rock Bfiy on  M . / 7th 1012, intestate  Jl accounts against the esta'e  and all accounts s due   the  elate  roust be presented and   paid,   re  spoctiyely on or   before  the  15th  day of October 1912  W VV. Willard, '  Official Adnvinisiinlox.  Cumberland, B, C  COUNTY COURT OPNANAIMO  HOLDEN AT CUMBERLAND.  In thegoodi of Albinn   Juiuup  ������vJtehdecenped intOBlate.  TAKE NOTICE that by order  of Hie Honoi Judge llarker mide  in tho abovo courl on tho 4th dny  of Sopfcmber 19115, lhe undersign  was appointed adminiBttivlor oi the  estate of Albins Juaxapovlloh, do*  ceiru'd,who wiih killed a������ No,7 mine  on May llth, 1012, intoslato.  Alt aocounlB u(;ain&t tho estate  nnd nil  accounts   due   Ihu  estuti*  nuifitbo proton ted nnd paid reapeo  lively on or before tho 15lh day of  Ootobor 1912.  W, W. W'tiiMii),  Olllci'il Adminisfalor  Cumberland, H, O.  ���������  *- U *(**_!.J.'*������*  Sayward Land District.  i-Mslnol oj r^iiywaro.  TAKE notice that MuholaH Fish*  or, of Vanoouvor, 11. C, occupation  clork, in ends to apply for permission to purchase the foil owing described hinilH.'���������Csiiiuiicncing at 11  post planted at ihu norlh cnet corner of T. L, 8232, being Lot 682  thence east 20 chain?, ihonco couth  ���������10 clniinH, Ihonoo nest to point of  inierfecliun wiili Wnito Uiver, then  ce iilou-. lhe courct! uf nud river u>  point of eommoncetnonl, and con-  lainiugHO acrci rrjura or lefu, ai<d  ������mi,iie on Whilo Uiver.  Ni������*J'i;ms Ft.*������i;i.i,:,  M. Maiuiu* C-iu-r, ^|������)3itt-  Dalo August mU', 1012.  T  1^  Little cubes of metal  Little; tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  1   There is no better way of making the people think pf you than  i>y-placmgiah-A^^  "Nufl_ Said."  SnywaTd Land District.,  Distriot ot Saywatd.  TAKE   NOTICE that  Murray  Gorlay, of   Victoria,   occupation,  bioker, intends. 19 apply for per-  ..  mission to purchase the following  ascribed lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted  at the N. E. comer of Lot 376, ,  thence west 20 cbaine, thenco  north 20 chains to shore * line,  thence following shore line easter-,  ly and southerly to point of commencement, containing 60 acres  more or less.  MURRAY GORLAY  Namo of applicant in full.  Date March 27th, 1912.  Sayward Land District  District of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE that Percy A.E.  Wood, of Victoria, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  land's:���������  Commencing at a post planted  at the S. W. Corner of Lot 165,  thence norlh 80 chains, thence west  20 chains to shore, thence southerly following shore line to a point  making 80 chains southerly, thence  eas'erly following shoie line to  point of commencement, containing 160 acres, more or less.  PERCY A.E.WOOD  Name of Applicant in full  Dale March 23rd, 1912  NOTICB ia heroby given thutou the first  day of Dticombor next applioatioa will be  made to the Superintendent ol Proviicittl  Police, Victoria, fer the renewal of the bo-  tol license to eeil liquors by retail lu tne  hotelkaouij bb thelnrue note,, situated at  Comox, B.C. Georgk M. Barlow  Dated October 2, 1912.  NOTICE isliereby given that on tbe  lirst day of November 1912, application  will be made to the rSuperintendent of  Provincial Policfi, for a renewal of the  wholesale liquor license upon the premises known as Lol 24, Subsection 1, Nel.**. .  son District.   ipilssner-Hrewing-Company!.���������  , Dated October 2nd, 1912  NOTICB is hereby given that on the  first day of Deceii.ber next application^ ill  be made to the Sui>ciutendeut of Proyih-'.:r  cial Police, Victii is, for a renewal of tho  h<>tei license to at. - Jiqu- rs by retail in  the hotol knowu as the Union hotol, ait���������  unto nt Uuion, B.C. Jons N. McLbod.  , Dati J the 2ad day ������������������( Oetob, r, 1912  NOTIOlSis luioby given thut on tho  firs dny 1 f December uext npi licuti-ni v ill  be made tsi to the Superiutendeat of Provincial Police, Viotoria, for a rouew.l ot  the hotel hceuao to rell litiiiors by rotiul  thi h 'tel k.iowu an'tin Cunrtenay Uonsi*,  -titiinteA ut Courteuay, B.C.  John It. Johnston,  Dated Cetssber 2, 1912.  N T1CE iu horoby _iv*.n th .t on the  li Bt day of I) eouibur noxt applioiiilon  w  bo inula tothsjSnporiutondontof Provincial  Police, Viotorb, for tho ronowatof tho ho  li-l litioiifo to eell liquors by roiatl   iu  the  h������U*l known ftsth'o'ltivertidd howl, aituate  at'Courtonay, H,0 O. H. I'kciinbk.  1) tod October 2, 1012.  NOTIOK h heiohy ������ivon thut on tho  first day of Dooombcr iisxt appliimlion will  bo mado to thoj Suporiutoiidont of Provincial Police, Vio orin, turn renewal ot  the hotel Hoenso to Bo'ilhqior* by retail  in the hotol known as tlio Klk hotol, litu-  atod at Com' x, B.C.     Joun Mariim.  Dtttid0ott-hor2,1912.  am������mmmmmam_wmmmmmmw*������mmaam*amm__mm  WlTQVt U horoby giveu tnat on the  first dny of Uawinbor nixt application will  bo mudo to the Suporii tocdont it Provln-  olni Police,, Victoria, for tho ronewnl of tbe  hotel lio iti 0 to oell liquors hy rttail ia the  lio'el kuovn tx tlio NoUon ho ol, situvod  ut Onion liny, B.C. John Vixxmx,  Dated Outolior2.nl, 1012,  NOTIOK is horoby given that on the  first dny nt Deoanibirnixt appll* ntloit* will ���������  bo mido tn (ho Suporintendonlof Provln-  oinl Ptlice Viotorin, tor a'renewal of th  hotel llcenuo to sell liquors by rotail in  tlio hotel known an tlio Willows Hotel olt-  ualod stCampboll lllvor, B. 0,  THUUNAHANNM,  iMteii uofcouer., ivlx,  NOTICK In heroly givon that on tha  Hint day of D*o tuber next appliuntloo wilt  ho mndo lul ho Siipoiluteailont nt Provln.  nlftl Pnllne for" thu renewal nf th������ hot*! II.  oeoiio tu Ht-ll Jiqu'iri) by rotail in tho lotel  known no Ihe Woodbnn Stopping Plaoo,  itttmtaut Oyitor Kivor, in tbe province of  BriiUh Columbia.    Annic VVooonus,  Datod Ootobor 2, 1013  NOTIOB io hereby Riven (hat on tlio  lirst day of Dicombtr next applicationuill  ho mido to tbo Superintendent ������f Prnvln**  s*inl P.slica, V|..tnrip, for tbe ronowclef Iho  hotel linn 'ho U ��������������� 11 llqnor* by totall |..- tlifl  I10M kis wo nv tbo WiUou hotel, -miH'cd  4 Uiiid.i Uny H.O. At.rrai"i)nAri.i; !!*, i,;!j*  Dated Octob.-r '!, \\f\i, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA,  W  COUNTY COURT OF NANAIMO HOLDEN AT CUM-  BERLAND.  In the goods of Oscar Johnston  deceased, inteettte.  TAKE NOTICE that by ord  er of His Honor Judge Darker,  made in the above court on tlie  3rd day of September 1912, the  undersigned was appointed Ad  tninistrator bf the estate of Oscar  Johnston, who was killed at the  Fraser River Logging Camp on  April 15th, 1912, intestate.  All accounts against tlie estate  and all accounts due the estate  twist he presented and paid, respectively, on or before the lst  day of NovemW 1912. ���������  W. W. Willard  Official Administrator  Cumberland, B. C.  inthefiEWS  ��������� FOR SALE���������An "Empire"  Type writer. In excelleut coti-  dition. Will sell cheap, as owner is leaving the city. Apply  this office.  COUNTY COUUT OF   NAN  AIMO   HOLDEN   AT   CUMBERLAND.  In the goods of James Fitzgerald, deceased, intestate.  TAKE NOTICE that by order of His Honor Judge Barker  made in tiie above court on the  3rd day of September, 1912, the  undersigned'waa appointed Administrator of the estate of James  Fitzgerald, who was killed at the  Fraser River Logging Camp on  April 15th 1912, intestate.  All accounts against the estate  an 1 all accounts due the estate  in.ist be presented aud paid, res-  p 'ctively on or ueforo' the lst day  of November, 1912. ... ,-v ,^..  W. W. Willard ~*  Official Administrator  Cumberland, B. C.  Wood's ?hospfco&inOt  The  Great Eitgliiih   Hetnrdu.  -Touos and !nYl������*Qrat������s Uia whole  ktioi'vou8 system, nuikoa   nuv.  Ulcod ln old Voins. Cure* Ken  ou: Debility, Mental and limit* Worry, Jit.  potiiuncv, Sexual Wcnkneaa. KtM.imon*, Spct  matorrhasa, and Effncts o/Ahuaepr Btaeaata  Prico-Sl per bo*, fiix*tor 85.  One wiUplo**i80. r.x  will cure.   Sold by all drugtrUta or mailed In  plain pi*, on receipt of .prfoo.. Ntio nam* UU  maiitdfivr.. Tho Wood Medicino Co.  Ifarauniv Wiadnoti - Torontafc Out,  C lunge of advertisements will  not be received at this olHee later  than 12 o'clock noon  on   Tues  days.  The Courtenay HoteJ  Kvery convenience for guests.  The Oentiftl Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines aad Liquors  at the Kar.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  NOTICE U hereby given that 30 days  after date application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, B.C., for a renewal of the ho-  tel. license to sell liquors by ceud in the  hotel known as the Port Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox, 11. C.  Amos Cottinotok,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912'  An Ad in the  pays.    Try it.  N  EWS  PUBLIC [NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that  all property owners are requested to connect their premises  with the new sewers, wherever  same are completed, ou or before  the 15th day of March, 1912,  and if said connections are uot  made by the above date, the City  Council will proceed to complete  same at the expense of the property owners.  By order of  The City Council  A^ McKINNON,  City Clerk,  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. ao, 191a  ROOMS for rent at Marinelli's  Rooming House, Derwent Ave  FOR SA1.E���������Three milk  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers in calf, graded stock *  three horses, two drivers and a  genfera.1 purpose mar������, age three  and lour years. Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.  Union Steamship Oo. of B. C. Ltd,  TUE S. S. COWIG1IAN WILL SAIL, AS UNDER  POWELL RIVER-COMQX-UNION-OAMPBELL RIVER route  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p. mArrive Comox Friday 6 a. in.  Depart 7 a. in.  Arrive Uuion Bay Friday 7 a.in. depart 9 am. (For Campbell River, wayports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOXROUTE1  L*ave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.in. Arrive ��������� Nanaimo, 12.midnight  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice.  DRINK  The purest, and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  Sayward Laud Di*>tr%et,  .  DUtriot of Hay ward.  TAKE NOTICE that Chanaiug Stoar  Dunbar, tit   New Vork,    Now    Ybrl*;  oeo*upatioa clerk, intend to apply fur per-  nussiou to purchase  tho following cis-  cribedland*: Catameuciug ������t a po>t tinted at north-east corner of lot 591); thonco  north 80 chains, thonce  west 80  ohat*f*s,  thenee south 80 chaina, thence east 8*  chain* to point of esiostnenetmant couUiu-  in_ <H0 oor-M more or less.  CHANNING STUART DUNBJM!  Fisher M.Qhukius, Agout.  Date June 5������ni, 1912   1_ , , _ *_  Sayward tmnd Distriot.  District of S.iywwd.  TAKE NOTICE tbat John Ar hur Daly,  of New York, New York, ceoupati- u ilerk  ; intends to apply for permission to pur  (chute tlie  follgwiog d������scribesl lauds*���������  Couiuu-neiug at  a  pot p\ant������i ni Ihe  south-eait  ooruor of Lease 40,   thenoe  eouth80 chaina,  theuce weet$0,cbnii*a,  thenco uorth  BO chaiua,   tlit-noe  wst 89  ohaius to poitit of conamenoiuuiit coutsia  iug G40 acres' moro or leca.  JOHN AftTUUK DALY  Fisher 11. Catkins, ARenJ.  Dato J������uo 24Uyiai2.  Sayward Lnod District.  DUtriot oi Sayward.  I    TAKE NOTICE  tint   Walter. Bedtlt  Bret,    of    New    York.    New    Yotk  , occupation    laborw*,   ut*o_s fe>   a^ply  tor permission to purchase tlw  fol'sonitst;  j described lands:���������Couuuon������i. g  at a pu't  planted 120 chains west aad  10 ch.ins  j uorth of the. aouth-eaec -corse? uf Leuee  46, thojee eoutli 80 chilis', Un������_3e e*st<4#*'  chnios.   theuce cbith  SO cMiiint,   tlt^rteixi,.  west 48 chaius to poiat of cuiflownc wes.* :  coutaiaing 320 acres mote or hie.  WALTEK UKDELL 13EST  Fisher M. Ouakuisi, Ayoii^.  DateJuiw 24th, 1312.  Union  J.   N.   McLEOD     TPROPiaisxor.  English 4 x BURTON alwuys on tap alee, the famrtus MILWAUKEE  BEBRS-Anhensor, Bobumlan, Sohltz, ko. "OLD ORKY BBARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Boat Winea and Liquors of all kinda.  The hoarding and Lodging Department, under tho immodiate ouponutendenoe of Mm  Davia, will Iw tour.d First olaai ia every rospeot.4  BATES,  HJl.oo per day upwards,  8UBS0UIBK FOR THK NEWS  ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.  i   Q n  . *  <  1  &  t  i  9  n  *  6  NOTICE.  To whom it may concern v���������  Tlila is to notify the public  that nil freight charges on bond*  ed goods denied at Union;Hay  for tlie Comox Valley must be  paid before goods can be forward  ed, Hy order  Cnnnil.tw CnJJJ^rle.i Diinsinnir]  Co.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and  mil  way ears'0! the Union Colliery  Company by any pernor*  or persons���������excopt tain crow--i������������ strictly  prohibited. -Employoca  ar������ sub-  ioc to cfiBmiiRal for allowing flam-  By ordor  W. Iv. COULSON,  General Maua^cr.  $0* OLD NKW8PAPEUS FOR  SALE AT THIS OFFICE  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  And all KITCHEN i'.UTENSILS  MOVING ?  Pianos and  Furnitukk  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHAKOSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5.7  Windermere Ave.  ORDKKS TAKKN FOR NUT  COAL  i������������������ii u  Sportsmcns Goods  and  General Hardware  TENDERS will bo received by  tho undersigned up to Nov 15th,  1012, for tho purchase of Ouk-  '���������mnV Vr.mt pfxmlittUirt nf IK *n������������N������(������f  tvilh i!x-rooui.c<l house, bnrn and  stable. About one half of tlie  land is eloniod, about nn ocro of  fruit bwiring trees in tho orchard. The property is iu a very  desirable location, nbout n mile  aud a halt from tho village of.  Courtciiflyv Highest or any tender not ticcessnrily accepted.���������  John Munukm*)  !( ynu wnnt ariythtng in valitei, suit  Ciiie-s or irunks, try The Dig Store, They  have the largest and most c omplete as-  tortinent, Ht (lie moil rfasonnble prices.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby giveu that  she general store business or Dim  can Bros, has this day boeu sold  to James H. Parkin. AU uc-  counts due the late firm must be  paid to K. Duncan, who will settle all liabilities,  xcl 1912,  Say ward Lsand DUtriot.  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE tint Qharlea Henry  ikst, ot Now York,  N. Y.,   occupation  aaloBuian, intvnd* to apply for permlRiion 'p^j piiiVaTnl'ti.V"Mu\h'iwV^^^ o"f  totiunliueUie'followiuffatsorlbadUndK tl.onorth woiUqimrtor of lut 583, thenoe  f  DiBtrict of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE that William John  Whiting of Sear York, N. Y., oooupatiou  Engineer, intends to apply for porrnisB'on  to puroha-,0 the following described lauds:  ���������Couimcnotog at a post plnntod 00 ohnins  south aud 80 ouuiua cast from tho north  eut coruor o( lot 570 (on poat Hli) theuce  north 20 ohnim-, th������Qco weat 30 ohainB,  thouceBoulh 20 chaina, thenoe oust 30  chnius to point of o< romoncement 0011-  tainiug 60 iioioj moro or Iom.  William John Wihtino  Fiaher M. Gaakin<i, Agout,  Dated June 23rd, 1012.  Snywnrd Lniid District.  District of Saywnrd,  TAKK NOTIOK thut lhnry Alfred  Iio fl, of Now York, Now York, ocoupntt-  on eloolriclnn, intends to npply forpormis  aion to purmla-loa to puroJini*o the following donoriM Inmli:���������CommfuoiiiR at a  Commonoing at a poet j-lnntad nt tho  noith-eiist coraor of lot 55*2, thence north  '.'0 nhnluB, thenco west 20 ohninn, thenoo  south 20 oham**, thenoe east *J0 ohaina to  poiut of eommauoemeut couUiuiiig 40  neree more or lesa.  'CIIARLKM 11BNUY WEST  Piaker M, Qsiikiue, Agrot,  D���������toJui)������'20ih, 1012,  utlwid", Oct  NOTIOB  Any pcrwu or pareous, caUiug,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any duacripttodn  )������longinp; to tlm Wellington Colliery Go'y.t or from or off tho lnnd  of tliu said Company, or nnyono  tipping rubb'lih of any description  niiywhero upon Uie ������otnptny'������  land will Iki proM>cutod to the full  ox tout of tho law.  W.-J,. COULSON,  Clonoral Mntrnger,  Wellington Colliery Co,y,  RAywerd Land DUtriot.  Diatriot of Sayward,  TAKK NOTICE tbnt (toortfO Stucko. or  New York, N. Y., occupation ungiuccr,  intonda to apply fer lerniiwloii to pur.  ohnat the following deaorlhod IbiiiIhi���������  Oommei,eing at a poat planted SO obaina  ���������outh of the nortb'-MUt eorner of lot 6*4,  thenoe oast 90 chaina, thenoe north 40  ohalna, tlience weat 20 chaiua, thoiluo  Noatb 40 ohaina to point of cooinu nco-  W.-Ut 5Wt*!si'^'" 5*5 9rfi* HMW ������f !*������������<���������,  - * HEOIWB HTWCKK  Fbihsr M, Gunkini, Audit.  Date Juno IflUu 1013.  40oliaii)Hoafll, theueo 40 oliaiua torth,  thenoo 40 ohaius weat, tlionoj 40 ohaina  iouth to pi Int of onm'rieiiroiucnt enntaiu-  ing, 100 Mild* moro r>r h rs ,  I It.nuv Aiit-iun Hums  Finder M. Oiakin-, A^out  Dated Juno Wt'i, 1012.  Siywird IjidJ Diatriot.  Diatriot of 8a>ward.  TAKK NOTIOK that William John  Sullivan, Now York, N, Y,, ooonpntion  clerk, lutnoili to npply for ponnUalon t*>  purdiuo tlio folio a log (ho following doe-  oribsd Umlni���������Commeiioiiig at a poat  plantod 10 ("Imins aouth from (he aootb>  eut cornor if lot 079 (ou poat Hi) thenoo  north 80 olmiim, thtnoo east 89 olialni,  thonoo muth 80 ohaliK, thenoe wait 80  ohaina, to point of oosnmeaoemiut oon-  Uiulng G40 lores wore or Imi,  WILLIAM JOlfN 8ULLIVAN  Vithar M, (Joakini, Agont.  Date June'iltt, 1UJ2.  Sayward Laud Diitrict.  Dint'ict of Sayward.  TAKENOlftk thnt Chwlc-*Ponay <f  Vancouver, B. C; ocoupntion ooutrao;������r,  intends to apply for perinueion tu *^ur-  ohaae the Mlon'tag deaciibed Innda:���������  Commencing at .* post pJaetod at Uu  South east corue.1 of Wt 578, thtuca weat  40 chains, theuce eouth 80 oli&Uii, jhuiKse  eaat 40 chajue. theuce uor.h 80 ofttciim tu  poiut of cothmeucemect* contaitiiiig 'J&Q  acccamore or le.iw.  CUUHLES I'ujnil  -.. _ , ?iahw **.43aakina,'A_ew.  Dated Juuo 19 A, lijia. ' *  Savwurd Land District   -  DiBtrict orSayw������rd  .-XAKEJff^lUlbbBtMyrtle.BoBDeitA,-  of Vaooouver, oboapatioo. Nurse, kit������iHla  tsj apply for permission to purphtpe tiilo  fsUlowiug described IodsIb*.���������<;oramwu_o_  at a poat plaukd at Vbe i.0|tU east cexuet"  of lot 584, theuce eait 40 chains, thenco  thenoe north 40 chains, theuce' went  40 chaius, thenoo south 40 chaiua to  point of oomaicucetnout containing J(X>  aort-8 more or lees.  Mvurtu BttKMn*  Fishor M. Gaakius, Aceut.  Dated Juno 19th, 1312.  Suyward Lund Dietrict  Die1 riot of8,ywm-d  TAKE NOTICK that Joseph Hen������y  Buor <*f Now York, occup-timj Sah-sumn,  intunds to apply for puriuiBsios to ' pur-  uhaiio Uie foiluwing di8uribe*4 lands:���������  (���������ommenoiujf at n poat planted 90 cha in������  west uud ten ohaius uorth of the euuth  east corner of lmae 40, theuc*t norlh v2U  clminH, thonoo eaut 20 obaiua, thcuo euuth  20 ohniuH, thenoo west 20 ohaiun to poiut  of oommenoenteut ooutainiug 40 ucrea  moro or lesa, -  JOKIU'U HunrY UiBK  Fmhor M. OnskiuB, A_our,  Dated Juue 25th, 10112.  Suyward Laud Distriot  District of Sayward  TAK_ NOTIOU Ihut Juuiui frruord  Duno of Nuw York, N. Y��������� qc������*u'|jjiUon  Teuohwr, intonda to a*pply for pqcmiMlou  tn piiruhnso lite followiiiK dunonhed luudv;  ���������C'lMnii.oiuiiiiirata poat p'anteJ at Uie  north eaut corner of lot 085, thenco norti*  UO chaiuH, theuce weet 80 chaini. theno*  south 80 chnin*), thonco can 80 uhuiua to  point* of ooiumcnco'iicut ooutoinlng. 04<J  auiOb moro or km. '���������  JiUKV BKHN.1HU UUNM  Fishor M, (hskiim, Agent,  Dniol Juno 24tli, 1912  Sayward Land DintrioL  Distriot of Sayward.  TAKI3 NOTICE tbat John Leonard  It/an of Now York, Now Yoik, oteuputl-  on broker, luteiuls to npply for pirmi'*Hiou  to purohaio the puroutee the followifiu dp-  scribed loadii���������Ooinuionoliig rt a po*)t  plautod at the uorlh-eait corner of tbe  uorth ensl quartor of lot 883, thonoe oa'xt  R0 chains, thenoo nortli 40 chains, thenco  wist 80 chaiuH, thonce eouth 40 ohaine to  point of oonimouoeineist oouUiulug 93/0  ucres uioro oi lei������,  JOHN LliCXAUD KYiN  Fisher M. Uukini, ^geut.  Dato June 24th, 1018.  Sayward Lsuc! P-'it ict.  District ot Bayward. ,  TAKES NOTIoS that Oeurge Chariot  fltoae, of Now Yoik, N. Y., oeoupttion  olerk. intend* to apply for permiasloi- to  parehtM Uio following deaorlbed Irmdn���������  Commooolnjj at a poat plftistrd 40 t-biin*  WMt and 20 eh a inn norlli *f the nurth east  ooiueaof lot W4, thuueo ewi 40 ������lulim,  therieo tenth SOduiM thenoo m**t 40  uhaiisi, theuue north 20 etiulns to point o-  oommouoAinwit conlaiuli������ 80 auras more  orloae,  OKOUOt: CIIAHLK.4 lfrON������  Ffeher M. Oset-lne, Agent  Dito Jmbo J9ih, 1912.  Suyward Land District.  Diatriot oftfs-ywwd.  TAKE NOTICE that m������.hn  Avsra  Sny ward Land Distriot  IJistrict of Saywnrd  TAKE Dotico tlmt Julm Can-  ������idy, of Now York, fl Y.,  occupntinn yii'uiuan, intenda  to apply fur permission to pnr-  clmfo   tho   following   dcocribod  v-  UUobon, .1 NewYorkvN.Y,oecura.: planted 20 chaiti(4 sowth find 80  tion olork, Intonda to apply for pormiiwiou i    ,  to poruhme tbo following doaerlhod cl'������">������ M** <>( W north corner of  lnnd:���������Comrarndnff at it post planted lot '551, tlKMlCO W0*t 80 tilioiiis to  8<)oh.lMoM������ond40elmhjn������^ ,      r6,    ,,      0  north-weil oorntrof lot6M, thtiiico wet y '  SOehainimoreorlow, to lot B5I, thenoo Month 30 chain*,  thence t'H������t 80  40 chaiuH Hiutb hIquk i-u������*i Utuinliiry of umiiis, tlioiico north 80 eliuiui*. tu  lot 681, theueo eaeUOahaius more or tree ||o|nt <)f C0UUUC,ICttlIwllt cotitttlu  to l**m 40,   thonoo north 40 clmlUB  to j      .... .   '  Dofiit of oommenu-ineut containing 200, H i)0 am'* ������,orw ������* ]m>  lores mora or.l������Bi. | JonN CassioV  WJMJAM AUOAU8T UT80HOFV Kislier M. G������"kins, Afifiit  n . .    ^^���������U"kin,, AROnt'    ������*itod .luno 20th, 1012.  Date Juno 90th, 1912, THE-NEWS. CUSEBKKT.ATro. B. C  Health Restored  Gained 29 Pounds  MANY   YEARS   AN   INVALID���������UN-  TOLD  AGONY  FROM   HEAD*  ACH������S  Dizziness, Sinking Spells and Excess*  Ive Weakness Disappear With  Use of  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  Nearly every woman will read  ���������with interost the letter'of Mrs. Geo.  Bradshaw, quoted bolow., It tells of  years of great suffering from Nervous  Headache and other symptoms arising from weak, watery hlood aud a  starved and exhausted condition of  the norvou i systom.  Mrs. Goorge Bradshaw, Cosy Nook,  Harlowo, Ont., writes:���������"I am gjpd  to state that I received boneiitSi.i'rom  Dr. Chases Nerve Food which I failed to get any place else. I was  troubled for many years, in fact from  my early womanhood, with" weak,  watery blood, and given to "tiropsy.  2 suffered untold agonies from nervous sick headaches, dizziness; arid  sinking spells, In fact was a semi-  Invalid for many years, I tried  many ki.ids of patent medicines, and  got no help, and tried every new doctor that camo along, but all failed to  help me. Doctors told me I .had no  blood, and that my heart and kid-  ;, neys wer*. diseased, and that I had  so' many complaints there was ��������� not  much U3e in doctoriiig up one or two.  Four years ago I took six boxes of  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, and was glad  ���������o see I felt better, and then got six-  more, and they have cured my of  many of my complaints. When I  began taking Nerve Food I weighed  .110 pounds, and to-day I weigh .139,  and am 45 yearj old.  Dr. Chase's Norvo food, 50c. a box,  8 for $2.50. at all dealers or Edman-  sou, Bates & Co., Limited. Toronto.  :. Explained  I hear Miss Strorigmlnd has chucked poor Thompson, said Dabney.  Sad, but true,'said "Wilklns.  Why, I always thought Thompy  was a brick! said Dabney.  He is, said Wilklns. That's why  she threw him, I guess.���������Judge.  Very Likely  His Honor (gazing at intoxicated  prisoner)���������What is he charged with,  officer?  Officer (newly appointed)��������� Oi don't  know, yer'honor, but I think it's  shtralght whisky:���������Judge.  Very ft*w hairpins aro made in  France, most of its supply coming  Srom England  and Germany.,  Guarding a Royal Train  Few'people know that the passage  of a Roya: train is guarded almost  every yard of the way, be the journey of the Sovereign short'or long.  Many people laugh when they read  of lines upon linen of' soldiers drawn  ������p along the railway metals in Rus-  ������a'where the Czar travels; but* the  jame thing practically occurs in. England, only without the ostentatious  display of uniforms. The lineover  which thoMloyr.l, train Is to pass is  quite as effectively guarded, though  to all appearance there is nobody  there.  A Gorman merchant, resident in  Moscow, has left all his fortune, a*  mounting to.half a million, to all those  of his employees who have served under him for'flvo years or more, Their  portions arc to ho reckoned on the  basis of the first- annual ttago multiplied hy tho number of yearB they  havo beon in his service. Those  who havo worked for Mho Arm leas  than five yearn receive a joint sum  of $50,000, which Is to bo dlyldcd according tf> wages and length of sor-  vlco. Tho staff havo decided to organize tho business inherited by them  into a joint stocl; company,  Mrs. Kndon���������iBn't that a delightful  fihortcaku, Henry?  Henry���������I'll consider It lnnocont until it's been proven guilty.  Schoolgirl An Athlete  For tho flfTl.li year in succession a  Jlothorhlllw girl lum won tho sports  championship of tho London County  schools In South London,  Nolllo Stockwell Is 13. and tho  daughter of tlio keeper of tho Roth-  orhltho mortuary. Hor IivIohL trophy  wns tho (.hf.mplonshlp modal won nt  tho school athletic mooting, whore  oho was lirst In six ovunts and second  In four others.  81io won tlio championship first  whon sho wuh nine, and has Hoourod  it every year since, although tho girl  compctflnrs have numbered moro than  1,700 each tlmo.  I don't train In any special wny, hIio  said. My father given mo plenty of  BUgar, and I have running oxcrclsefl.  Besides lier sports trophies, Nolllo  has a first-class swimming certificate,  nnd until rocontly sho was captain of  tho not ball team of hor school. AIbo  sho can show live modala for good  conduct nnd attendance  Up to now hIio Iiiih captured thirty-  ono prise:) of different hlndu.  A Grim Proviso  A curiour occupation has sprung up  in Paris Several doctora have received a Urcular from a newly-formed agency, which offerB to find patients for them. The fees are rather high. They vary from $20 to  $100; On receipt of the fee the doctor 13 assured a list of 20 consumptives, 30 epileptics, 20 peoplo suffer:  ing from cancer and so forth. He  is then at liberty to call and offer his  services.. The agency's circular"declares that the lists of patients, are  compiled from absolutely certain  sources and that tho money will be returned if there are more than three  mistakes in each list,.-1" This ls  rather a grim proviso.  A ���������Remarkable0Dog  A dog which had, during .nine years  of its life, collected upwards of 15,000  coins under romarkablo conditions,  died on Saturday at Reading. Tho  money hadbeen devoted to local char-  itios. Tho dog never carriod a'box,  but begged for a coin. For a halfpenny tho dog demanded a biscuit as  f. condition of releasing the coin, and  two biscuits were required Iu exchange fo. a penny or two coins. In  all, the cog had earned 18,000 biscuit^ in Its philanthropic collecting.  Collier's.Nimble Wit     "  While . the king was looking at a  pot pony which had been brought up  for his inspection the pony proved  somewhat restless.  I expect the daylight worries him,  said the king.  No, sir, replied the miner, it is the  headstall, he doesn't lilte.     He can't  see your majesty   plain   enough.���������  London' Spectator.  A.nxlous to Know  Oflicer, she said,' hastening to the  policeman, that person has been following me for an hour. ;  Do you want'me to arrest him? ,"  No,; but I wish you would find out  whether he thinks I'm beautiful or  13 just running around after me be-  cause I wear a panier skirt andrcarry  a   cane.    ���������The   Birmingham   Age-  Herald. ' ��������� -  Sometimes Lengthy  I believe honesty pays in the long  run.     So do I; but I often wish it  were not euch a mighty long run-.���������  Chicago Record-Herald.  In Cheocttah, Okla., at the state' orphans' home there was a little chap  whose, wit was ahead of his memory.'  His teacher, was having a time teaching him the Presidents in rotation.  Johnny, Johnny, she admonished, why  when I was your age I could say the  presidents' names forward and backward, and begin in the middle and go  either way. .-She was much taken  back by the reply. Yes/but when  >ou were my age thero wasn't so  -nrany*^resiaeut's,i , -,  .'��������� *.   . ..���������'  Calling Pa  Ma put over a good one on pa, all  right, all right.  What was it?      A  Pie was putting; up a shelf in the  pantry and accidentally hit hla**thumb  with -the hammer. While he'was  dancing around,, saying a lot of awful things, ma rushed into the kitchen  and said: John; stop that language,  right away. Just remember you're  not out in a baseball park now.���������Detroit Free Press.' * -'  Women an inconsistent, always.  What Is .the, matter now?  Thnt girl I was engaged to insisted  upon giving me' a lot of her property  and now sho has attached it in a  breach of promlso action.  One Charitable Act  Hubby���������Well, I did ono charltablo  act today.  .Wifey���������I'm so glad, dear. Tell  mo all about it.  Hubby���������O, there isn't much to .tell  Ono of my clorks asked for an in-  croaso ln salary so that he could got  iriarriod and I rofused to glvo it to  him. .  Evidences of Experience  What makos you think that man  ImH had   experience   with   sailboats  and canoes?  Ho doesn't show any inclination to  got Into any of thoin.���������Washington  Star..-;  Ao In a Mirror  Formula  Stella���������TIow did ho proposo?  Holla���������Mo naked If ho could ho my  vice-president.���������Now York Bun.  PAW-.  UEE1S  TnnkI softly -  Stepsftfoly.  ��������� WW RUBBER SOLES  aMlJw* patented features  iof CMSf Paw Heels,    ���������0  Stronger at the door���������I am trying  to find a indy whoso namo I havo forgotten, hut I know hIio liven in this  neighborhood. Sho Is a -singularly  beautiful creature, with pink and  whlto complexion, iioanhcll ears, lovely oyos, und hair Hitch as n goddoss  might onvy,  Borvani���������Rbnlly, sir, I don't know  of- ���������'    . ���������  Volco (from head of stairs)��������� Jano  toll tho sontloiniin, I'll ho down In n  mlnuto,  Uo���������If I' Blihuld" Hist, you, what  vould hnppon?  Sho���������I should call father.  Ho���������Then I won't do It.  Rhe���������Hut father'n in Europe,���������Lip-  plncotl'u Magazine.  Husband���������Vou extravagance Is awful, When I die you'll probably  havo to hog,  Wlfo���������Well, T nhouid hn hotter off  than some poor women ��������� who novor  Imd nny practice,���������Lumion Opinion.  That New Hat  The young wife, rofused a now hnt,  bitterly ccmplnlnod that uho had a  lot lo put iif* wllh,*  Yes, replied her husband, nnd. if  yon know how Iltllo I havo to put np  with you would not hale mo to put up  for a now hut,  JET ]y|QO.NEY  ������������������_-_������=������������53*&������  ������SSAtf'������������������  ALSO  tin boxes  TOO MUCH BAKING HAS KILLED MANY A WOMAN  ^���������^���������atammmmmmawe**������������������������������������_������������������.������������������ ������i������1   i n**������������������I���������������������������������������������������������������������^^���������    ��������� |������������������^ ,j  fToo many hours over a hot stove���������too fow for rest and recreation,  MOONEY haa changed all this. <       -  MOONEY'S-BISCUITS are mado especially to replace homt  ..  baking���������to givo the tired woman a chance,  MOONEY makes biscuits for every time  and  place, from the  elaborate function to the daily meal,  MOONEY'S   PERFECTION  ' SODA BISCUITS  are the freshest, crispsst," croamiest, biscuits ever mado.  .   If you have never used them you havo a delightful treat in store!  They sell in' dainty packages or tin boxes  ���������in either case'free from every adulteration  ii  LET MOONEY DO W>  isiMuni   aM������  Longest English Word  What is. the longest word ln our  language. Tl{e query,has1 been suggested to a correspondent by the present discussion as to disestablishment,  Our reador.'-has found disestablishmentarian in his dictionary, and presume thero is no objection to adding  the prefix anti, ��������� and so ' obtaining a  word of twenty-five letters. A,goodly number and one which' ought-to  carry conviction by sheer weight.���������  London Chronicle.  Mlnard'i Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Science to Imitate Nature  The "view has teen advanced In  more than one quarter that during the  next two or three centuries invention  probably will be in the .direction of  imitating the wonderful .economy and  the simple, direct methods of Nature.  An instance in point is the electric  eel. Its electric organ is. in no  seUse"a'T3torai*fe^  ance by which electric energy is liberated at the moment, w.hen it is required . ������������������*, At res't.tlie organ shows so  small an electric force that a galvanometer Is needed to detect it, but  a sudden nervous Impulse from the  eel's spinal cord raises: a potential  of many volts with very little heat  and.so small: an..* expenditure of .matter as to defy the most expert chemist tb weigh it. Fireflies,- glo-w  worms, and many deep sea fishes produce light* without heat *aly a.coBt  which would mako a match an extravagant outlay.���������Harper's Weekly.  Great Discovery  I tell you wo live In an age of progress.  How now?  Now some sharp has discovered that  you can shako fleas off -a. dog with  a vacuum cleanor.���������Kansas' City  Journal. ��������� " "��������� '-.'���������,-  The PIIIb That Bring Relief.���������When,  after ono' has partaken of * a meal he  Is oppressed by feelings of fullness  and pain in tho stomach lio suffers  from dyspepsia, which will persist if  it be not dealt with,.. Parmoloo's  Vogctabh Pills are tho very best medicine that, can bo takon to bring rollof. These pillu are specially compounded to doal with'dyspepsia, find  their Btorllng qualltlos In this respect  can bo vouched for by legions of  users.  I  A  root  cellar  like this  won a prize  last year.  ^HE drawing was made  from a photograph of  the   root-cellar with which D.  A. "Purely, of Lumsden, Sask., won  a cash prize in last year's contest    In that last  contest there were 36 prizes.   There will be threo  times as manyprizes (108) in the  1912 FARMERS' PRIZE CONTEST'  .'"pHUS you will have three times as many chances of winning a cash  prize. You do not have to use any certain amount of Canada Cement  to win a prize.   Tliere are absolutely.no "strings" to this offer.  .���������....'. There.are twelve prizes for each Province" (three of $50 j three of $ 25 j three of  $15 j andthree of $10) and you compete only with other farmers in your own Province and not with those all over Canada.  ���������,   It makes no difference whether you*have ever used cement., Many of last year's winners  had not used it until they-entered the contest.   When you write for full particulars, we will  send you,/���������, a book, "What thn Farmer Can Do With Concrete," which tells everything  you need to know about concrete.   It is absolutely free, and you are under no  _  %  obligation to buy "Canada',' Cement or to.do anything else for us.  \/r7'lUTB your name mul iilirtn on tlie coupon, ind mill It, or uie letter or pott card, inl  *' we vlll Mnd you it'once lhe book and lull pinlcuUn ol tie 1912 Prix* Conteik  Addroii Publicity M*oq?*������.  CussSa Cemsnt Ccmjany LltaltaJ        . jfyj      Herald BaMa**:, Montreal  A dlmo-In-tho-slot photographic ma-  oh I no is, ,'t is announced, about to  ho put on the market. Tho sitter  placos tho coin in tho slot and pulls  a lever; tho mechanism turns on an  electric light, drops a plato into position bohlnd tho*' Ions, opens tho  shutters for threo seconds, develops  fixes and washes tho plate, and In  fifty-seven socondo delivers tho picture, finished and In a neat frame,  It tho mechanism nhouid fnll to work,  tho dime ls automatically returned,  C=  Vf, H. U,. 012  In the Court  Lawyer--You claim to bo a professor, What, in your dogroo and whoro  did you p-rt It?  WltnoHb���������Tho only degroo I over  got was tlio third dogroi.', and tho police gavo it to mo.  i Tho moht dens-icly populated of all  tho countries of lhe world Is l'telgluni,  with UM iuhitl'lt'iittti to tlie Kqunre  (olio.  Do fli-shoti remember? A Bclontlst  who h'li'n been Investigating tho quon*  tion found that hy placing' a rod cylinder containing *fopd and also an  empty groon cylinder In tho aquarium  with a ulnglo fish thii latter noon  learned to entor tho rod cylinder  each time It was Immcrficd and avoided tho othor, one, Moreover, th  ilHh wont Into tho rod vessel and  waited until oomb crumbs woro drop-  pod into it, which ho thon ato, At  other tlmoH tho fish entered tho halted red vosHol oven though ho did not  nppour to doBlro food, Booing that,ho  dhl nol oiit iil iiuch lliii,'.-.". Thu'rat;-  Inv of hunirnr wna therefore eliminated  horn nnd tho oxlfltonoo of a haljit or  a roflox notion wan proved,  ,       The Power of Qnroapm  The rnyldontii of ono of tho small  v'tiiitol liisl    (.>),, ti.i    in as    i.u.s   Akt^uiu-s  woro unnoyod at tho constant Bpood-  !ng of motor drlvorB over tho ;good  roadii.of that flection, nnd bo, after  IohIiik oovoral chlckonii and doga undor tho wheels .of pausing cai'B, thoy  made a protost hy erecting a sarcas-  tlenlly worded nlgnhonrd, rending,  Blow down to ODinlloii. Many a  driver who would dlnrogiird tho ordinary caution to run nt tho logal rato  of 20 miles an hour Is forcod to grin  at tho humor of this-appeal'and proceeds nt n more reasonable spood.-���������  Stranil MiiruzIiio.  <    The fo.low who can win hy only  half trying novor sots a now markl  In 1882 tho womon of Germany employed In 'occupations other than domestic sorvlco woro over four million;  twonty-flv't* years later tho figures  btood at eight millions, whloh Ib an In-  croaso relatively much groator than  tho grain in population, Whllo tho  employment of tho men has increased  20 per cent; during tho last twtilvo  years, tho employment of women has  Increased 57 por cont,, during tho  same time. " At prosont, a full third  of tho oconomlc labor of tho omplro  Is bolng.oarrlod on by women, Statistics recently published bIiow that  thoro aro 0,500,000 wago-oarn lng wo-  mon In Gormany, which, moan]- that  nearly ovory second adult woman "Ib  earning her own living and dlroctly  contributing to tho wealth of tbo  country, '  Shank'i Alias ,  Low Shrink, tho Indianapolis mayor,  wont to p. convention out of town and  registered at a hotol undor tho na'tno  .of Frank Dawson, An acquaintance  of his sounded him on tho alias, to  which Mr. Shank rospondod,  It's, this way. Whon a man In  pnhlio llfo travels around ho Is frequently nnnoyod by visitors and  cranks. ,H I put down my right  namo I wouldn't havo a rainuto to  myself. >���������>  I'm not, alono In this Idoa. Now-  iiu<i>tt induy a ppbiiu iiiiui travoitt nu.X  vcimfrtx.  Pound of 8uds, Please  Whon egga and vegetables are sold  by weight, as it is proposed, and as  thoy should bo, tho noxt stop, wo*pro-  sumo, will.ho a1*demand for a pound  of hber for a nickel.���������-Troy Standard-  Pross.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  Appreciated It  Father���������How ls It that I find you  kiBslng my daughtor? Auswor mo,  Blrl'IIow Is it?  Young Man���������FIno, sir. lino!��������� Satire.  Modern Boy  Teacher���������What Is tho stuff that  nogrops aro mndo of, Tommlo?  Tommle���������You'll lmvo to oxcuso mo,  -toucher, hut I'm not booming nny particular broalcfast food,��������� Yonkors  Stntosmnn.  Technically Accurate t  Yos, said tho visitor from Pumpiu-  villo, you havo somo pretty tall structures horo, but our town oroctod a  building with, moro thaii a thousund  storlos last summor and���������  A building of moro thnn a thousand  stories! echoed his friend. What  brand do you smoko?  It's a fact, rejoined tho Pumpln-  villo nativo. I was referring to our  new library.���������TIt*DltB.  Jornada has a grcnt doal of valu-  nhlo wood In Its Intorlo.r, hut, tho  streams r.ro not largo enough to bring  It to tho coas-Jr.  Hit Bank  Sho���������Pardon mo, sir, for walking  on your foot,  Ho���������Oh, don't montlon it, I walk  on tliom mysolf, you know.���������BoBton  Transcript.  January derlvon Ittt namo from tho  Roman god Janus, who was ropresont-  firf  vlth t*s"r������ fneenj   ty*,!. rvnn the  fftee  of an old man, typifying tho laHt year  and tho other that of a youth, in ro-  fbrouco to tho now yenr,  A Wloo Child  Prof. Mnirhead tolls an experience  ���������i ot his in examining some Birmingham  ohlldron In moral teaching, Ho aslcod  thorn to wrlto an ossny on tho throo  otagoo of llfo. Ono bright child returned tho following; Thoro nro throo  stagos of llfo. Tho first is whon wo  aro vory young, and think of tho wicked things which wc ohall be able to  do whon wo aro oldor; and this Is  vhe-nge'of Innocence, The nticnnlf  ls when wo nrn older, and nro nhlo to  do tho wicked things which we  thought nbout when wo woro young;  and this Is tho prime of llfo. Tho  third Is when wo nre dotty nnd ropont  the wicked things which wo did when  wn wore younger; nnd thii !��������� the  ���������'.ottiBc.��������� Bellman,  Wlillo an. Aberdeen pawnbroker  was endeavoring to depose of nn old  silk hat on Friday Bho discovered In  tho lining bank doponlt receipts for;  $3,000." Fortunately tho pawnbroker  know that tho hat had belonged to a  local gontloman who hnd died throo  years ago, and on oommunlbnting wllh  his roprosontiitlvofl she wiis Informed  that tho missing securities had been  tho subject ot prolonged search and  litigation, Their discovery clonrod  tho doconsod's lnwyors of a suspicion  ot earolemnosH, Tho dooeasod 'had  boon In-tho habit of using his hnt  as a bank.���������London Standard,  CLEAN   HANDS  18o ��������� Tin,  tVm'tttitM am tno? r������* wills ������<1<*������������I������!I������.(I������������  ���������MAPI, lie tT.tlim!,������n.| lil'.HT HAND  ou:-,trsu. vi,l '��������� <wt������ k:������m* _.itui_* THE NEWS. CUMBK7?LAT\rn. ]*. C.  MADGE  I     A  Story  qf the  Former West .-  -v*t. .     ,_y   By JAMES G. FRIEBERG  What a ehango a generation has  tonde ln what was once "the wcstl"  When "wild west" shows first apppar-  Id they represented what was really  going on between the Missouri river  ind the Pacific ocean, or, rather, what  wns then dying out. Now the western  half of tin continent ls dotted with  cities containing mercantile establish-  dents, manufactories and dwellings  ���������with every convenience, Including lux-  dies. Tho western settler has given  ���������uhico to tho ranchman, the prospector  to the capitalist, the gambler to-tho  toucher and tho Indian to all.  ��������� Theso people of former times constitute a unique society. They were good  ind had mingled, the good constantly  striving to throw off tbe bad, though  the lino wus not sharply drawn be-  ��������� Iween them.  Tho womeu, though disproportionately small ln numbers, partook of the  same gouernt characteristics ns Iho  men. There was a typo of western  woman, personated on the mimic stage  In eastern cities during the latter part  of the nineteenth century, Who' wus  very popular���������a diamond In the rough,  Independent, free bcnrtud, free' handed  and supposed to bo fairly moral. She  could rldo, shoot or throw a lariat,  tackle n grizzly or bring down an antelope nt long range. Some bnd fought  Indians, and ull were fearless.  When a very young man, desiring to  > see people of whom I hnd-iienrd so  much, I went to.speud a season among  them. The Union Pacific railroad was  hoing built, and I traveled on n train  fo tlie foot of the Rocky mountains:  Then I went on hy stagecoach till ,1  reached a region in which gold had recently been* discovered, and 1 put up  for awhile at the boarding house of a  woman named Day ward. Madge warf  Iter tirst name, nud she wns seldom  ���������railed by any othor. Those who nd-.  dressed her by the last name usually  prefixed a Mrs., but whether she was  married, single or divorced  1   didn't  fcnovv. _Ng one Mi ere cared,   Tliere was That "freedom about fief  find' lier bouse of which I had read.  Certainly nothing was conventional.  And yet there was a line drawn beyond.which no oiie'eyer passed. I saw  cue man attempt to puss it, and 1 also  biiw Mndgo put lilm out of her house  Villi u revolver.  I was not over nineteen years old nt  tiie time and looked oven younger.  Sludge took mo under her protection.  Tlm lirst -innn who appeared to guy  me for u tenderfoot got n dressing  down from her that shut him up In*  atnnter, and from that time, being con-  ���������hit-red by the frequenters of the house  ���������h her pet, l was lot nlone,  Every one In i he community gambled,  and Mndgo wns no exception to tho  rule. Kvery* evening after,she had  'washed nnd imt nwny tho supper dishes  elie would sit dowu with whoever wns  ready to play the national gnmo of  polter, nnd moro or loss money would  chhtige liutids. But nt 11 o'clock, no  matte** who luul won or lost, hIio would  tiilce the cards from'tbo .table mid put  ' theui ti wny. She snld she didn't propose that tlio houso should get the  reputation of being a gambling den,  f  On ono occasion n man who hnd lost,  o good deal of money protested nt the  game being sununnrlly closed, whereupon Madge informed lilm thnt ho  ���������would not bo.permitted*to play there  again, .Had sho boon n man there  would doubtless hnvo been' "n "fracas,,  but Madge luul the support of every  irinn In tho party, though It Is question-  nhlo If she needed It 1 think sho could  have takon euro of herself luul tho necessity arisen.  I wished to tnke ��������� hand nt somo ot  these poker pnrtlca, hut Madge would  not consent to my doing so. Oue evening I hogged so hard that aho consented. When I loft tho tnblo 1 hud lost  $���������10. Mndgo handed mo tho money,  which I refused to accept from her,  whereupon she forced it upon mo. It  Is iircdluss to sny .that this wns.tho  Inst tlmo-1 played tbo gnmo In hor  Ileum  ��������� Of courso thoso who enmo nnd went  to and from Mudgo Hnywnrd's wero  a flouting throng. Now mul thim somo  ������no who played poker thero would  drop out, nud 1 suspected that ho hnd  iuen cleaned out, though nothing wns  ������ald nbout It, nnd It wns generally un-  flerslood that nny application for n  amnll loan would ho honored hy the  mistress of Iho houso, Mndgo was  coiisldorort nn excellent poker plnycr,  t������ut ! wc uiirter-fs'tees-l tlistr rhe yvti*  much nhend In tho lonpt run. HIio was  ���������o liberal thnt sometimes It looked ns  If sho must ho behind,  i Novertholcss occnslounlly I saw hor  win Inrgo pots. Ono evening I wus  looking ovor a gnmo nt which sho wns  plnylng with nomo minors who had  "como In during tho day loaded wllh  Must Tho minors wero anxious for  blgh stnkos, nnd Mndgo wns continually trying to keep tho limit down,  Presently n Jack pot begnn to grow  npon fho tnblo. A number of hnndu  wero dealt, but nobody ���������������t Iho reqtil-  'el'*> enrita to open the pof. nnd nt every  Bew denl this pot wns sweetened.  , A mnn by tho nnme of Plunhet wan  dealer when nomo one got n band that  wnrrnutcd   hln   opening  tho   hotting.  everyDoay "saw* tbe Dels that were  made'till all were.satisfied. - Then it  was proposed, since ther*. waa a good  deal* of- money "already* hia the table*'  that after the. draw, the best hand  thould rake It in. Madge was the last  person to call for a card. Throwing  her hand on tho table face up, she displayed three aces, a knave and a deuce.  She hesitated some time as to which  of the two lower cards to discard and  finally threw out the knave. Piunket  dealt her a card In Its place. Jt was  another deuce, which gave her an ace  full. It was a winner.  'Madge scraped the money off the  table, and scon after that a Connecticut clock on the mantel wheezed out  tho hour of 11, and the game came to  tn end through limitation.  Tho next day I left Madge Hoy-'  ward's boarding house to pursue my  travels nud 6oon afterward returned  to"the east. I did hot go back to the  west for a matter of twenty -years.  During the Interval tho region where  .Madge Hnyward had lived hnd been  comprised within the limits ef a' newly  admitted state. I found all much  chnnged. I visited the capital, ond a  friend took mo to call upon the governor: Tho latter was a man about  fifty-five years of ago and, though ho  dressed In the professional blnck,"bore  marks of having belonged to the early  times. There was something about bim  that seemed familiar to me, and I  fancied I might have met lilm during  ������y western tour years agoae. Bnt I  couldn't place him, nor could he remember having seen me before. He  invited me to dinner at his home/and'  I accepted.  The moment I laid eyes on his wife  I noticed iu her, too, something familiar, if I had met her during my  previous visit to the region,I now beheld her twenty years older than sho  was then. Tbe moment she looked at  me I saw by the expression on her  face that'tliere was something about  me that was not Btraoge to. her, but  ns she received me as a stranger 1  did not claim a previous acquaintance.  The dinner passed off pleasantly, the  governor leaving his wife to do most  of the entertaining. They both evidently hud.been denizens of the country in Its primitive days, but" women  take to new conditions easier.' than  men, and the wife would have passed  for n lndy anywhere. Indeed;. Bhe had  spent some tlmo with ber husband fn  Washington while be had represented  his state in congress. 1 beard afterward that sbe had been, quite prominent socially at the capital. ,  Suddenly a look, a motion, a gesture  ���������I can't tell which���������told mo that she  was Madge Hnyward. 1 was convinced that she had recognized me from  the first, and if she had wished to be  known as"lieFTronner~Mff_Rhe~wourd  have greeted me as her former boarder. But since she had not thus made  herself known I did not feel warranted In claiming a former acquaintance.  Therefore when I took leave of my  hosts I did not mention the matter, of  bygone days, Hut the lady gave me a  pressure of the hand that assured me  I was not only remembered by her,  but remembered favorably. I fancied,  however, that gratitude wns mingled  with other sentiments, 1 not hnving  given nwny her previous condition to  her husband.  But lu the latter supposition I wns  mistaken. While smoking ln tho hotel  nt which I was stopping a man stepped up to me who recognized In tho  mnn of thirty-nine the youth of nineteen. Ho proved to be one* of tho  poker pnrty convened at Madge Hny-  wnrd's the evening beforo my depnr-  ttire. I told lilm that I had dined with  the governor nnd his wife, had recognized, the wife ns Madge and tho" governor seemed familiar to me. I nlso  nsked him If ho remembered how  Madge had drawn tbo deuce that hnd  filled her hand and won a largo pot  BRAZING WORK  HORSES AT NIGHT,  It In almost Impossible to lay flows'  ��������� role that will apply universally in  iny particular agricultural practice,  lays tbe Iowa Homestead, Wo have always held the opinion, and this opinion ls. based on a broad experience,  that tee average farm work horse, all  things considered, gives as good service during' the Bprlng and summer  months if pastured at night as if kept  on dry feed during these seasons. That  this does not express tho unanimous  opinion of farmers on the subject is  Indicated by the views given by a  Kansas farmer ln the following communication:-  "The.pinch of the scarcity and high  price of bay and grain ls being keenly  felt Many a poor team ls now having  to work with the strength that cau  only be gained from grecu gross. To  work horses ou grass is bnd enough  when some grain ls given three times  e <ay, but to cut out the dry feed entirely, both bay and grain, and make  tho poor beoete subsist entirely on  washy grass Is" almost inhuman. Set  It is being.done every day la many  sections of tlie country tills season and  la partly excusable on account of tba  scarcity- of feed of all kinds except  what ts growing ln the pastures.  "A great many farmers mako a practice of turning their work teams on  pasture during the nighttime regard-  Intelligence, goo. temper an_  courage are all Indicated ln a good  Percheron hoad and are proved  qualities ot the breed. Tho overwhelming popularity of Percherons  on (arms and In ��������� cities tit ample  proof thftt the type Is the on*  wanted. Good feeding and Bhlpplng  qualities, clean, properly set legs,  .dense, jvel!._������hnpedjfect,_and_un_u6_uay  endurance at severe work are some '  ot the strong points ot the breed.  He snld hu did nnd straightway let  mo Into n secret.  "Whnt I nm going to toll you," ho.  snld, "is confidential. I nm tho only  mnn now nbout horo who whs hero  then. Tho record of tlife governor and  his wlfo Is not known, nnd I wouldn't  mako it known to nny ouo hero. Mndgo  ostensibly kept a boarding house, hut  It wns really n gambling houso. Sho  hnd n husband, nnd tho two worked  tlio sohomo together, Do you remember a man called Plunkot, who donlt  her that deuce? Well, ho wns bcr hus.  baud und Is now tbo governor. Ho  wns very clever as a dpnlor.'and hnd  fixed hor hnnd for hor boforo filling It  with the denco. I didn't know this nt  tho time. I Inferred It afterward when  I loumed tbo rest ot tho secret. Plunket  was uot his rcnl nnmo. Tho pnlr mado  no ond of money through their scheme,  mul afterward, tho htiKhiind becniiio  prominent In politics. Having Invested  tho money made ns n curd sharper In  nilnos, ho bocumo vory rich, wns elect,  nd to congress and Is now, ns yon  kuow, governor."  "I nm sorry," I snld to my Inform,  nnt, "to hour this. I nlwnys liked  Mndgo, nnd t know Hint sho llki'd mo.  I wish you had not told mo."  "Vou nhouid remembor that this  couplo wero thon a*'part of tholr stir-  ������.,.,.,,ritnr���������������      IVrt^ti*"   -'0*1   limnn-t-   tr,   IXriti  . V ,1 l.m, *��������� t,--. I  -   !������������������' ' *     '���������'     ^   v   H      . .���������,.'���������  .      I :���������       ......  flower* in" n donkey ptratum or thlKtlos  In n consorvntoryV"  "But tho dishonesty of It nil!" 1 ox-  claimed. (1  "Whoro wns Iho dishonesty? It wns  tho common custom of those days for  thoso ploying enrds lo bent one another If they could. Did Mndgo tnko  your money thnt wny? No. Hho would  not nllow you lo piny. 1 do not doubt  (hut sho nml her husband, hnving nrlsen  from thnt lowly condition which,thon  prflrnlled, now look bnck upon It with  horror."  1 xvnn not convinced, hnt I rnllwl nn  my old friend Mndgo nnd clnlnu������d nn  acquaintance, IJer eyes filled with  tenrs n������ I did so, nnd sho nnd tho gov-  crnor kept me their guest as long ns I  ,*..       Suburban Obsession.  ���������he ima-I havo to cut the grass!!  *   Amid the host of cheerless thing*  JBhat make a round of country life  Thta ls the cheerlessest, by lines!  I ha>������ the Jactxueminota to spray, .  Tho hedge to clip���������nay, do not bcoS*>.  The bean to pole, the peas to hoe,  -  And when I plan an evening ort  It rains and rains and rains, and -Uie_  X have to cut the grass again I  But there will come a time all right  In somo far summer ere I pass  .When, bent beneath tho weight of years,  I shall not have to cut the grass.  And if at last the summons be  ���������  Not to some verdant realm of bliss.  But to dry and -fadeless bourne,  A hotter suburb e'en than this,  (They say there's one), why, bah and tutl  At least there'll ba no grass to cutl'  ���������Judge.  ;Gil-  An Unfortunate Abbreviation  Cardinal Gibbons was discussing  more nnd his band.  "Gilmore," continued tho cardinal,  "was famous for his playing of Mo-  tart's 'Twelfth Mass.' Ou ouo occasion he played it in a North Carolina  town, and next day tho local paper  announced that ho 'rendered with  great effect Mozart's "Twelfth Massachusetts." * "���������Popular Magazine.  STEEL RAILS A MARVEL  The Strain, the Pull, the Pounding and  Grinding They Endure.  Have you an idea- of the strain to  which a steel rail is subjected today?  Let us consider one for a moment In  the time of Its greatest torture aud  see. The Caunon Ball express is coming. It is drawn by two engines. Tho  largost weighs 100 tons. Seventy-  seven tons of the weight are carried  on the six driving wheels, which  means almost thirteen tons to a wheel.  Thirteen tons of weight upon "each  wheel! That means thirteen/tons of  weight Impinging for a* flying instant  upon a rail surface perhaps no more  than an inch square nnd then moving  forward, alt the tlnie, n succession of  whirling blows from a thirteen  hammer.  "z~-..         =i Z=S  Good  form  About, Wedding Cards.  It is suinetlutes wild thai un invita*  tion for a large and formal wedding  requires no answer. This is not strictly true, however. Where the "at hcine"  form is used it .may be inferred that  no reply is expected.   Where the host  How Long Can He Stand It?  This is Mrs. Forbes-Robertson Hnle-'s  latest suffrage story:  "A negro woman was arguing andar-  giilng with her husband, and when sho  had finished he said, 'Dinah, yo' talk  don't affect me no mo' than a flfea  bite.'  "'Well, nlggnh,- she auswered, Ts  gawna keep yo' ecratchlnV"���������Woman's Home Companion.  "requests   the   pleasure"   an   answer  toe ' should be sent.    Indeed, one ts ofteu  asked for iu the invitation, or si sep-  If tho train  ts  going thirty miles  urate card with "Please respond" ts luno   hour  an   imaginary   squaro  inch ! closed, says Florence Howe Hall.  has but one flve-hundred-nnd-twenty-1    For a breakfast where the guests nre  eighth part of a second iu which to ! to be seated ut tnblo or for a small  His Limit.  "Queen of my heart,'* he softly 'sighed,  ���������'We'll travel fast and far    ���������  Along the dewy country roads  Within a "touring car  Or on a white, palatial yacht  Beneath the moonlight palo  Across' tho blue and breezy ba)  I'll tako you for a sail.  "Together tn v* aeroplane  "We'll mount tho afcure sky     , .  And soar among the fleecy clouds  And with tho eaglo fly,'  Or In a speedy motorboat <���������  We'll skim by capo and highland.**  And then they took a trolley cat*  And went' to Coney Island..  ���������New York Times.  At Last.  Warren.Chambers���������So Cashier Mor-  ral has gone'wrong? They say he has  been stealing for llfteen years.  Barclay Murray���������Why, when they in-  vestlgated his books, a year ago I  thought he came out of the ordeal unspotted.  Warren Chambers���������lie did, but they  have spotted him now.���������Puck.  The Essential.  less of the bay and grain they bnve or  how Invlsbly they feed tt Thcy-tlisjhik  it a good thing for their horses to bave  them out und lining up on green grass.  While a little green grass is good, It  can be noticed that teams not allowed  any grass at all, but well fed nnd  cared for in the barn, will stand up to  bnrd work better nud will go through  the Hot wentber of summer ln much  better condition thnn when allowed to  (ill every night on wnshy grass. The  grnss .makes' them sweat very easily  on hot days nnd tends to keep them  soft"'.'.1",.  We acknowledge thnt grazing work  horses at ulglit does ln a measure  "soften" them. They sweat more easily, it is true, nnd they reqnlro. possibly a little more caution In hnndllng  tljnn horses kept oii dry feed. However, it a little common sense is used  the Orst hour after tbey are hitched  In tho morning.nnd if they cnn bo fed  four or. tlve quarts of grain .apiece nfter  being tnken In from the.pasture, wo bo.  Hove thnt thoro will not ho much dlf-  fereneo In'tho nmount of Inbor performed comfortably by the two classes  of horses.  Tho cost ot tho "'upkeep of work I  horses Is n big Hem in thoso days, and,,  ns this subscriber snys, It Is excessively high this yenr. Under sucb elrcum.  stances .grass Is tho cheapest food thnt  cnn he ullll7,ed, ns It stives buying high  priced liny, nnd In Bomo cases It mny  save buying high priced grnla, While  wc think Hint n horse doing n honvy  dny's work overy dny needs grain, yet  on mnny fnrms whore thero is plenty  of horsepower nnd tho work Is not very  strenuous In* sucb wises whero the  horses sre In fair flesh thoy mny be  tnken through n working Benson In u  very satisfactory mnnnor on" grnsB  nloiiOi We hnve nlwnys boon a devout  ohnmplon of grnss ne n food for nil  cIiihroh of llro stock, nnd wo bcllovo  tlmt Its merit Ir not In nny wny loss*  eni'd when It Is used itfinowhnt liberally for tho work bursa.  ���������"You-sce,���������we-hnve-good-8trcetSrer������-  cellent lighting and shipping facilities.  Trade conditions aro good. We hope  you will locate here.'*  "I dunno," said the visitor. "Things  look good.   But tell me this."  "Well?"  "What kind of a ball team havo you  got?"-Washington Herald.  Summer Stuff.  They dabbled their tootsies, side by each,  In the rippling mountain brook.  Ho was a pippin; sho wns a peach���������  Wondorfull   Have a look!  He fished In that littlo puillsig streaii^  Ho swore ho would, catch a wlr.ilo.  Ills swear was only n summer's dream*'  Terrlblel  Hoar hla wall!  '''y'    , ���������    .-'.    .���������'...". .*  He waded out of the crick, by JI113.  * In the hazy sunset glow,  And he hadn't, caught a gol dnrnnd thins,  By gollyl   But sho hnd, t hough I  ���������Clovelan   Plain Healer.  Just a Preoautloh.  "Why nro yon starting out with an  umbrella on sucb n sunshiny day?1'  "1 nm bound for the art gnliory."  ; "But you  cannot exhibit nn   umbrella."  "Of courso not. But a notice on the  catalogue says that 0110 must leavo his  cano or nrnbrella outside boforo ho  can cntor."*-Toroiito World.  receive the blow, wince under It. distribute the terriblo forco of It through  Its clastic elements to the surrounding  mass of,the rail, brace Itself to help  distribute stresses that aro being set  up on adjacent surfaces and -zigzagging back and forth In all sorts of  ways through the content of the rail  and then almost instantly lift Its devoted head to receive the blow of tho  next driving wheOl. If the train Is  going sixty miles an hour Instead of  thirty this all has to bo received,  withstood and passed on In one ten-  hnndred-and-fifty-slxth part of a second.  And yet this Isn-t all .that ls happening to the nerves of the rail. This ts  only taking account of the compression strains. There b another set of  strains, for these big driving wheels  are pulling the train. They have  caught hold of the rails Just as your  hands grip tho rope In a tug-of-war,  ' and they take a fresh hold every fraction of a second. The tendency is to  piril the lop or head off the rail, lo pull  it all to pieces. It, Is tlie business ot  the rail to stick together, head and  web and flange, in every single and  separate molecule with all the tenacity  of which steel ls capable.  But we have stated only one-half the  tension' strain. Tbis strain is reversing all the time, .for while tho huge  drivers are pulling one part of the  rail toward them they are pushing  another part away from them. This"  plucking, and spurning, hauling and  kicking, tension and compression go  on continuously. Complete reversing  from compression to tension or back  again takes place with every half turn  of a driving wheel and at a frightfully  iT.pid rate. The man-el Is that the  rail-is _not^ ground to powder.���������Metro-  polltan Magazine.  The Explanation.  Robert Henri, the artist, said in New  York of a bogus "old master:"  "Some of these experts must be very  ignorant,  judging  from  the  facility'  with which they ure duped. They must  be ready to swallow anything.  It's like  the Velasquez story.  ������'An auctioneer, you know, put up  tho picture, saying:  " 'Here we nro, ladies and gentlemen  -this exquisite Velnsque/.-"Battlc of  Waterloo." What am I bid? One  million" nlno hundred thousand'���������  " 'But,' interrupted an- expert ln a  puzzled volce-'hut I thought Velas-  quer. died before the battle of Waterloo?'  "���������So ho did, sir,' explained the auctioned 'so ho did, but this, you see, Is  oho of dear old Velly's posthumous  works."'���������Now .'York Tribune.  wedding  nn   answer   should   be   seuc  promptly.    One should be careful 10  follow the form'of the luvltatlon:  Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Furnlss  ncccpl with pleasure ,  (or regret their inability to accept)  the kind Invitation of  Mr. and Mrs. James Wenlworth  for Thursday afternoon, June twentieth,  at halt after four o'clock.  It Is not thought polite to use ths  word "decline." The envelope Is usually addressed to the hostess alone.  Guests unable to attend 11 wedding r������-  ception send"cards 011 the day of the  affair to the bride's parcuts or to the  persons in whose name the invitations  nre issued. Additional cards ure sometimes sent to the bride and groom, but  this is unnecessary. An invitation to a t  church wedding requires uo answer.  Thoso who aro unable'to ho present  should certainly acknowledge In some  way tbe courtesy shown thorn.0 If ths  persons inviting them belong to their  circle of visiting acquaintances they  should either send cards or call within  two weeks after the wedding. If they  were unacquainted with the former, na  in tho ense of the friends of the bridegroom, they would not make a personal  visit, but would send cards Instead. '  All wbo are Invited to tbe home, however, whether they are friends or strangers, should'call soon after the wed-*  ding.  A wedding announcement should he  answered by sending cards to the persons making It One thus shown appreciation of the courtesy extendrd and  Informs the senders that their communication has beon received. Where it  comes from n distant city and 110 address Is given It may be impossible or  very difficult to acknowledge it.  All who receive cards for the brldo's  _!nt_hpn*Les^shpi._dJ_^  nre mentioned it is best'to select nn'  early one, since everybody,should welcome tho young couple to their new  home ns soon ns possible. If the mar-,  rlage takes plnco toward the end of  June the cards sometimes say. "AC  home nfter Oct. 1." In this ease uo  'one would make a formal call unlit  thnt date.  Those,living nt n distance send cards  In lieu of making a personal visit.   A,  lady sends one for the bride; *j, man  sends two, one being for the benedict.  Improving the Dairy Herd,  Tho grading up of tho dnlry hord, If  fiindumcntnl principles In grading nre  observed, ennnot result In other thnu  Improvement yenr nfter yenr.    Tho  grading up of n dnlry herd Is not coins' pletcd in n few years, but la the work  I of n llfotlmo.   It doosiinot require so  I miiuy yenrs to otjiiim u bmhi unity  ItmxJi, hut lu L-'tt-iiJi-rt ������uil lw|wriw JJ  tho results nro apparent  year nfter  j'onr ao long ns the guiding hnnd la ac-  llro.  Tho best dnlry cow or host dnlry  herd tin* not yet boon evolved.   Better  J .,-,      ,..,..     ...1   I.    ....    1 ���������!..,.   laml-    tt'lll  u..*������J   vv ^, .J  ...,>.* ..v������.,,v*   ^.m,,,^    ,..,..;-,     1,,1  bo bred Just so long as the desire for  Improvement remains.  Parm Iconemy.  ISconoiuy on tho fnrm, us In ill otbei  hu.siiif.si-e-1, Is Admirable, hut economy  duiiinriils thnt you get every drop ot  butter fnt possible from erery cow. Ill  olh-rr words, tha gr������nt#������t economy  romes from feeding the cow to bet  grealMt capacity and harlng a co*  Klndnea-.  "Do you ever go out of your wny to  do things to mnko other people hnppy?"  "Yes, I crossed tho street this morning to nvoid mooting n mau who owes  monoy to mo."-Chlcngo nccord-IIcr������  n,d* ___>_-_-_-_������  Tha Buey Mnn.  "Away, awayl"  Bald Willlnm Bib  "I hnve no time  For polltlci."  Then, JiiBt to hIiow  IIIh proper bent,  Ue botiaht some bait  /nd fUlilm? wont,  -Ulrmlnfthum Ase-noinltL  Benefited Anyway.  "Sorry you couldn't attend our banquet Inst night, doctor, It would hnve  dono you good."  "Thank you! ft hns dono mo good.  I hnvo Just prescribed for throo of the  guosta."���������Boston Transcript,   .  Tha Literary Courtitilp,  "Thoy started In a purely plntonlo  way to rend 'Lucllo' together,"  "Well?"  "Now thoy aro Interested In a boolt  (lint (ulhi how (0 buiiU ti $i,<AX/liou.W'  -Lyulsvillo Courier-Journal.  "Barbtr'a Muale."  . Barbers"iu tho old.days might well  charce benvlly, for theirs must have  been a nerve racking existence. Zithers wero provided Instead of nowspn-  pors, and customers used to strum on  theso whllo waiting for a vacant chair.  Doklccr, writing early In tho seventeenth century, refers to "a barber's  cittern for overy ninn to piny on." Tlio  term "harbor's music" wns a common  ono In tho days of Popys, who on ,Tuno  fi, 10C0, records, "Aftor supper my  lord cnNed for tho lloutennnt's clttorn,  nnd with two cnndleBtlcks, with monoy  In thorn for symbnlls, wo made barber's music, with which my lord was  very woll pleased."���������London Standard.  Curt and Conclie.  A certain surly old Yankee who runs  a amnll summer hotel on tbo Massachusetts coast onco received n rambling  lollor from a prospective guest, who  wroto to engngo "two Inrgo, sunny  rooms overlooking tho oconn nnd connecting with private until." Onn mny  Imnglno tho lady's surprlso nt gelling  the following curt reply: "Dear Mnd-  nm���������All rooms fnco tho ocean, nnd  Hint's your l)'nth."-IJpplncott's.  Needed For Guest Room.  ; A sewing case for a guest room cnn  easily bo mado at home.'from n live  pointed star shaped straw  mat six  iqches in diameter.  In the center of the mnt put a pin-  enshion of satin ribbon an Inch in  diameter and an inch high, tightly  stuffed. This ts mndo by cutting ������  round of sutln for the top nnd sewing  to It a band of tlie rlblion tlve inchc*  long nnd two Inches deep to nllow for  seams nnd turning In nt tho bottom.  Make n star from flvo strips of ribbon, each two inches long, turned In. at  one end to form n point, nnd arrange  the Blnr from llio center of the'mat so  th'o points come between Its points In  the center of this ribbon star sew the  plucushlon. taking tho stitches llrmly  through tho mnt, nnd on one side mnke  n thlmhlo caso of the ribbon to hold a  whlto bono thimble.  On two of tho four points of the  Btrnw mat fasten a spool of whlto silk  by running Inch wldo satin ribbon  through It and tying In a'small bow on  tho outside. On the other two points  fasten spools ot colored silk 10 match  the ribbon trimmings.  Tu the fifth point fnslen a pair of  amnll scissors by, a loop of No. 1 ribbon, ending In a mnny looped how.  The Darkest Hour,  How often, oh, how often, were you (oU  In vfsssr ;*osslVs  "The dull-cut  hour it Jusl  before tha  dnwnl"  flow often, oh, how often, did you find the  real truth-  tho t'ni'kcHt hour la Juat  before you  pownt  ���������-New York Sua  Every oue nt Ihe table wna "In," and * could be Induced to remain with them.  i  Occasionally.  Inqnlrer-Do you over get Inlo trouble on nccount of enroled pedertrtnnst  Chnuffour-fiometlmfts. The Ifiat time  I ran Into one I amnshrd a tis dollar  which will make the beat use of her j lump all to amlthartt������ut.-Chlciigo Tilb  Considerate,  X. (nn Incorrigible borrower)-I.end  mo n flvor, old mnn. Y. (wcnkly lending him ������*i IOb.M'uj keeping tho othor  shilling to pay for the postage of tho  letters which I shall havo to wrlto you  beforo I get my money bnck. X, (cool-  ly)~Kccp () shillings, tiicn. 'ihut win  liiio iiiii ui<jiv Ufii-u.-Z^/������.s*Jtvii TJl-BJlA  Something t% Try.  Tweed & Cheviot, tailors, wroto to  Livlpgfilono Blgfront ns follows;  !,.��������������� ��������� "  ���������  II    I    ���������   -        -Ik f   -  count by Saturday uext.   What can  wo count on?"  And Mr. Blgfront promptly replied,  "Kvor try nn adding machineV'*  Jarred Hla Dad.  Fnthcr-No, indeed! My father nevei  henrd mo tell a lie! Willlo-Wna grand-  pn ns dent nnd grandmn?-Clev������land  Plain Denier,  Who love too mncli bale la the like  aitreuie.-l'op*.  Holding the Bunihatle,  Tho sunshnde secins to bo a rock  npon which mnny n womnn'a good  tt'isto hopelessly founders. Not only  does ono often seo uncomfortable color  mixtures, but qulto ns often tho sun-  slindo Is held so ungracefully Unit th*  whole effect Is awkward nnd clumay.  There ought to he classes on "bow to  hold tho BiiiiRbnde," ond nlno women  out of ton would bonellt from Ihe lea-  sons, but as yet no enterprising Individual hns originated tho Idea. A Utile  practice boforo n long mirror Is recommended. Also tnke noto ot the follow-  Imr: Roo that vou do not grnap tho ban-  dio ns If It woro nn Implement of wnr.  Do not hold it too near tho center of  (ho bundle nor too near the Up. Both  these faults nre very common and give  n most nwkwnrd nppenrnnce. Don'l  uso It ns n walking stick nor, if It hnij  ���������        , ,. , ..     II        ,.,      ,. ....     *.rm  H  VUKifc   u.w.m.v:,  m.,.+  .������ v..   jv,..   ������..���������������������  Hold It lightly nnd easily a little dhv  tnnco from tbe top ef the bundle am]  it a allghtly alnntlng angle.  Fer the Slek Roam. 1  A delightful deodorizing dlitnfec*  ant for a sickroom is made by putting  ground coffee In t aauoer wltb ��������� amtU  piece ot gum camphor in tht rolddlak  tight the cttnpbor with a match, an|  ���������1 It burn! tht toffea wilt bt eot*  . turned, at tha tami tint throwing a#  I ia airaatbla otmy  ������ **WS; tiiGrMBBHLAafiX BRITISH: GOIjBjigaig^__,  ...,-, .  -'      |]fai ,r iinjniw-rniB-i--M i"������j--.*i^i.r***'������i-*-*n^^-^,r*g*ai.M������t������-****>^^ _������������������^_*iii_f-wi**wm ^ .������. ������ _.  ?a    Victoin,  ii. C  A    Vhone 96;  u  THOMAS' CROSSING  Sidney, B.C. Pfeone F 36.  Cumber'and.. B.C  P.hooc 33  Xi-.i-.y Blankets from.....v...._ ������2.75 a pair ���������  White llUnltfltfi   4.|0 a pair  Comforters* irom ..' $1*7-6 eaeh and B,p  A new Stock of frtUssiss Tables, PetIm- Ys&ss and Chairs of  ^___r_. sH winds, h-A ������;xc;vsd  cr  "Q  We always carry a fall stock of 8������'s and Bedding,  ���������Fuwi'dtt'** Stovwd Mi-sl Kaupeo nro vl*o bc-it.  0 ALI.-A N !)---IN SIT.CT--TTIKM,  ���������fcl'hee Uiock,  /&,������ MoKINNON     Cumberland  r     M A V A MA  **r^ v 1 ,a p-k  ii rwa I  Cm  ***>_*>  RSAL- 13STATB AQ3NT8  JT  ���������Hn-\i> OifPir-M 518, FiBgnavd St.  VICTORIA, B, C.  *m.r*-i -*=cw-ai*. *ta������-r������a������-rn,������,si;'������^ wirrK^vnwwNBB  fi'tfjr1'*  ���������~X#t**_iVi������rfTS*M*\ w������|.I--.������<i3M*������J*. ��������������������������������� -VI"-  .  ba- ln-Jl-tl   LMltroystffl thai    WO  ,v,wiii������**rtr -wif-WAw ������**m������ ������duiiiMrmvM.\iwir.n4i*4nHr������<i'Mt'_k������_ii  .vi 1 **} the I'tMico.'' Wo would  ��������� willing to oblige, but for t,he  ;i*'- ihat: wo arc rot bitting on any  .     *  I  ,*A^*-^"V^^^ ^-^^Va^^K^f^  ii������x_*���������_k \V/*Ow ft  5 8' Dl\vw  arc sending money ,111 advance to  nini! ord-jr houses. Jt I contrib  life money for any cause .people  t>ay I ui:i bidding' Jfor .trade. If'  1 don't they j;ny Pin a hog. Ev ���������  'nici", if .we sit. on r-ny fence it c,.y (j���������y p'm pjpectqd tu dig up"  viii bo our o'"n fence; the last ,������4.11- livj'.rything that comas' along:  .iim* wo F{it 0.11 a j'oneti w:ts .liiany | front a rallies tickot to a church  ur. years ago, in   childhood's orl i'u.i'.d, by people who claim *I ought  .<:.',-��������� ��������� s-.'iso day?, where wo f-at, nnd  .���������!. s*. ��������� i\ a straw, not hnving rcu-li-  ���������'. 1 . .tobacco-chewing -.'tago and  *vh the plowman plow his v.-ea-  , v.,i\-, 'way down on llio farm.*  l ai   ' *l  Seme oi our granny friends are  peeved bceanec^vc do nol conic  .-ut, v.-ith a blare of trumpets anu  utlier wind instruments', and air  ���������i.e's -littlo opinions and give ad-  ;\vm regarding Ibo Cumberland  ���������uiko. Perhaps wo are a little  ,i"tticj?nt, but when wo regard the  .'act that ibis little old town is  j-u.1 swarming with adviet* and.  sipiiiiou ex pressors, wo have eome'  .0 Uio e.onclnsion that -'-loo much  is plenty.5' If Uw publishing .of  /���������iij* opinions or advice regarding  .'jlie unfortunate all'air, would in  any way or mannor lend to settle  '.���������ay matter, \ve would be only too  pleased lo publish tho sain^.  \V,*. might add that, we aro endpa-  ���������"oiing, in our own humble way,  '0 iiujU'OTo the '-species ediUn*,"  It .is remarkable, but no ler.s a  J'iiiil-, tlmt odiUm*���������e.S])G;',iully dlit  prs of village rIiogIb���������aro over .t^o  ' eagoj- to givo their porsoual opinion and advice concerning matters  1 hey arc totally ignorant of,  I'omo of thoin we tir-tv ���������acquainted  wirli, consider thenu<olveK capable  ,i-l' giving advice and Hound opin-  .;0n*s on almost every subject*  known t.o .the h 11 mnn ���������'sp'ocioB,"  We know one iudivislijaj. \\) the  .newspaper bu-dnoss who wo.uld bo  ah:*i)Uitelv iuvaliiabh* to I bo c< immunity, if they wonhl only follow  hi,* iitlvieo nnd fashim lheir op-  iiiiijii*; after lib*, Thi*- porsoii,  will at any   lju;o,  day  m*. ,ni*������!it,  to do thib becauso they do part oi  tlieir trading hern, but our friends  Robert Simpson and T. Katon  neiiiioi-buy tiekuls nor help the  church h-nd, and yet they got tlie  cash in ad-*anc:o, II I fell a pair  of pants, I must treat the family  to candy and cigars; if .J buy a  load of potatoes I must do the  same.  "Customers who are able to pay  hang on to their monoy while 1  pay 10 por cent at the bank to  get, ready cash, I havo a big  business during hard times and  poor crops, from people ,whq are  willing to trade with me provided  -I-can-duplicato-catalogue-house-  prices and wait until harvest for  money, ily scales -weigh too  much, when I sell sugar and too  littlo when I buy bjitter. I am a  thief, u liar and a grafter. If I  smile I am a soft soapy hypocrite,  and if J clorrt I am a grninp.  Yes, c������r!ainly this is a snap."  And ho looks oyer ������10,000 worth  o.f accounts, all good, and wonder::, how he can raise |3i50 to pay  a :-sj_ 111 draft due to morrow.   Ex.  GROCERS ���������& .BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers  in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  &>  jas>.  |4." flakanishi, ������t*op.'  ^.GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sowing Machines,  Guns,EtoM .Etc'  :   Plumbing Done.  W. Copp's Famous Stoves & Ranges.  Stovepipes, etc.  -txmtxm\*j-jwsj* aaazami-t 5*  P.O. Box 360  Tekphoue 7-0  iwiiiaiiMnHaiasiii!i������KiMira;ii.'KM!itsiH!K^^^  ^mfi'** vPW.  9i__ t\.&.  g  SECOND  \������tyFfomt^&**^J&m<^^ ^'VSi!!*^fc^A^'"^X':^^i^:!**  m 11  i\6Sa  l;biate dim ulbUialitt,  Licensed Auctioneers sod Valuers.  ._. .  We. havy a large number ot" enquiries for ac cage in  Oomox Y'dk'y j if yon ha1 e anything to sol,* L.t'T.  WITH US, ..  ��������� .  We are.' AUCTIONEERS-'  SEE US if von want a pale and we will arrange-one. at the*'shortest  pussibio aot ice and get tho BEST PRlpES.  COUBTENAT, ��������� B:. .0.   . .  tn������VaVf*rS^������>1t*aWm.m.*A'^^V__i^  ^urturiViro\^n7"o"f""^e~"RoyaV  B<mk of Canada at Abbo.ttsford,  B.'C, retained 16 ins duties on  Sund y,jaftjer a shot visit to his  mother, Mrs, George. Brown of  this .citv. J.   *���������������*��������������� iUL������,������,*j,  K  GOVERNMENT ST.    ' ' ' VICTORIA, I). C,  Complete Slock of ''Ye Okie Ftrine"  S  .A.  zmimim &i u  K������  ii  anoi  ���������  _  fi   Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  1    -  j.  Victor Victroias, Gramophones &ecT Records  \rt  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND TRICE LISTS.  Convenient Terms o'f Payment Arranged.  809 GOVBBJMENT. STREET,   Op5>3site P.O.   VICTORIA, B. C  M . 8  iiaaiaiEasiiffijiiE^in������^  -*Ji-t&-ntmm*wuxAU_r_um_x_*-^-^  W1H. 1 ������MW ">������ *��������� '<���������"' tWK** <*A.������<WWi ������  If vou want���������  LUMBER  SiSK  US'  Comox Siwmill Co., Limited,  Como:;,   P>. C.  JENCY SMITfl-  Show of  11 Mats, Auto  Bonnets,  Children's Slats etc..  NOW   ON-  urtenay,   B. C.  .������������������..up m ^o*������������ i������i ������������������ ^1 ������ m  b*. m.*.f���������.*i*<m.m.mi,������.i m.m. ,n ,*. m '���������> m m m m mn  -4    .������.rwunrrwi,^,^wTiJm_.^^o^--CTTOa^i^_Twr.T-_-y.^������a_ _ _i^scaraaaaorv,mm--f.*n!!K<miii____evj^^  p.l'ISCTISHEmSSK  l>_L3_sa*i������*gm>nr  ��������� I-I   - H       'A  i\\imiif       P * ��������� vi  M   i^,  m aJ M^ii^i mMMM\M i  til m\  -*. ���������      .  . ��������� ��������� -  IM������������������III^IIH IIHII    III  I ' -         ~.m....mm.   ���������.,.*.-_,._ m....������--._������.������1 1  -The Mew Scale WMams ]  an-.,if-t.-. nm:������������.-.;,������.*,������,������,TO:w*.>������w:ni*-**ii'ra*T-������.������js's������^^  \1y  Used. Exclusively in Canada,,  The   METROPOLfIAN' OPERA  COMPANY  (of vN(.:w York.)  U If you want a'good reliable Piano, is will pay you to, give m a call  Stf  ^ DmiGmore's "Miisic Dioviao'*. .Church St, Nanaiiaio   B,C, U  (1 \ f.m^izvKiwmiMWM,-.tn..-:r;��������� v,"i������������������:.���������-. ��������� v,���������:.,-t.:.;,:���������;��������� ,*'iyr^^atzirii&��������� taaaac52&ssi-;54'*'-i^u**a\^.i^ssyiEi&/u -51 ^  _1 h  ir?  fl !.  H  [j'j Wo are So Ic Agentfl foi" tuei. ci:������ovo rtncl othor RoIlabjl.o^MttEcoa. Wo   I j'  pvo M(|vi������o������������������ law, nio-licims, ,,,,!��������� j^ii '   aUo ^avvy ^^ VJctoP (j^nophonc and VSctrola^  ^ ;u;,n,K [];'; ������,,v,,;,,:,-,������ul ;p Wr cuaranib? aAT!������PAOTi6N.  rilK'S, lalisir (.r<uiiilt-s, mul ic)ii*;nni, si-i.  ninl in fuel   any ������'ou:viy>'*lo   :-,'i!i-  jiii.'t or lnatlci'.    Hi.-'. sIi'-sim;* |>oini;,  nro law r.nd hdioi* .ironl'li1*',   rh.nnt  JlOtlJllll llUVsl hl'i.'.ll  tlllkill.j     t'lliMIJ'll  ro Miy llutt our iViciiii '���������lalk*.  jtliroiiij-li Iii** liul," wliiiiisvor thut  mnv uii'iiii. Wo liowt'Vor, will  ������������������ul'ndii iVsMn (:<|)it*i-.-ing our  opinion   ������������������^ ������������������ -        '������������������ ������������������    ��������� ���������    ^   .��������� ���������-������������������������������������    ������������������������������������������.,.   ���������mf .. .^i_.r ji^ji_, 4 _���������Am -mj.v*   ", f l^fc.^^���������.'^_J_lH"TWrf^k-* * SIIWM^^n "JfiTTI^T'"^m^n������Hnin������r V ������s,si ,-K������  -^H^OiiffifflHOSmiiSSKESIBa^    I" Copital Paid Up ?ll,500,000. Ilosorvo $19 500,000  |  The P'^yal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   V ���������' AD   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER   THIS    WOK LI). '  9- SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & inlx������-*e-u |  I   at highest  Current RnU's alh-wul on I)p-,iohjIp of !?1' and upwurdfi.    U  FS  _._.___������������������.���������       _    <u^ ^^. -I*. mm _-. \ *m. ���������m.m ?3  rf  OUMBEIILAKP, 2. 0., Dumob, Cpon Daily,  UKION WIIAaV, 2. 0.,   Sub-Eraoh, Open Ihuredsiys  D. Mo MORRISON, Masinger.  I COUBXaifAY,   U.C,    Branch,   Open Daily.  i WM. HOPP, Manager. (  ^Hi!IM:iM������MI3!^  in uwi <"_nirnrrninrniniTr-T������ "���������*-m-mmm~m.____,_._. ���������_.._-,. .J-^-J������������.,.._ , ....._.-_. r ) n_-r_7|||nril|_|11 >.|| M_   ���������     ,  Tl  P. PHILLi  RIS  BARRISTER Af^D SQLIQiTQR  NOTARY   PUBLiq CONVEYANCING  '���������.'DUNSMUiR "AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  HTM.%UJI>WrUlt������Uia.,iRMW  .(.*������*��������� situ ��������� ...  CUMBERLAND  ���������/.���������Vli-t..  t.lm.'*M..m m*Vt-fg'' V*'."���������������!*H'Vsi  gu^,^������i^-_.*_,11s������*.,t*Jsn.^t. ���������  P, 0, BOX 183  PHONE 08,,,.  ���������  1    AIT GlTOIiB  MOTOSa .WjSi.GOH  |        MEANS MOH.38 B"8IS3Sn2SSB   '  u  ^.fV'WMM������������������^-*���������'*������M������^l-������,,r**M���������������.Jr���������T,v^r<u������������������Ma^lhw>*^H^t''**���������3  Mi|*WiW**M*4**MW������lT.*Mi������VVW.������'*-^->..':*,'tW-^*',*-������-^*-*'  ������tii*-at *^-*-*a i-.*'\'^**i'-''*'''*'*n-a "*��������� **'\i tmm*j''f,t,h-m*ti,Mt,\U<Ai4wf*^tXKIUto.i,,Tm<H  liei'1-.' is-* i'i ii iis'iii'Miii'," .sofiloijuy  I'j'iJiii n s'ouiiivy nmivli.'nt '>n tin*  f'iinnji ' In* bus ojn.-j-iil in;{ a Inn.*.  lii'J-.s ;  ���������'\ v., I vi i'i ails!)' Ii.s\b ;i ,mi nn.  WJ'olc'-als' lisiii;-!-,- ii-ii.| dun*; ov l'ry tumuli nnd dnw < u ii*p , i  hi^l'l, but i| I ; tiid .! I'iH I'i it fin-  lilt*,- In* l)i,'s*oiiis:i i^i'i*a*'io'j lis,ul  and tjiiith  t������'.i*!ui;i ���������'"   'My   slf/n*. 'i-'  Wtiilc    I Jill)    ii'ilit  lip Cnf    li'Olli'      fill  myuy of vli's-i- v/li'i. ai-; ov/in-.f n,,* },''}  "���������^fvlOS 1U.OCK  NEW GOODS  '   Our Fall Goods are .'irnvinp; hy every1 boat.     Wc have just jl 1  y opened u\) a lute jcini-u xn  L;,dies'. Idou:;c_ in  Frc'.v'h  Finn- jj |  tl ncl with soft collar and donb!-; culls m all colors.   '1 lu^e are if  S     the. newest  thini>- in the Blouse line at $3.50 and $4,00     |  |!    ., VVUUL . OLJA\\t\i: \o k  S Made I re 111 carefully selected Canadian wool,   You should see g  our line before pureh.uC^.; your winter blankets, as we consid- |ij  Ij      er wc have the beM.. !i:";.j <m\ the market for the money,  Grey and  -\l'>. a! $.^.50 to $/,50 per pair,"  T*-i_ ^/ r^'    '* '   \1Q^ ' '     <^  ^ ' .ft  a i'ftv/       c ^' "%/������Xfl        ^ t*li4 %,/ p  \\s\  S\i  r}0  f,".  VV'kic u-sMikc, nit-ioIisii.i.; v ������i.i y \v-<-s'c m.s . ..s..al'.,;).;g  the po;i.sihiiiiies oi Vhe uiotot* wag.-in ������.������ a means  of tn-mipcivlation nnd rlclivsry, 'The "Oxford"  wn;; built 'jiir'-o-joly for li^ht delivery, hna u carrying eapneily of Boo to ioou lba,, and eo������t������ only  $1050. It's will do miu'c work l.1i;iu t4vo horso th-'  liveries, at an'annua], saving bf of about (Boo in  nmniiif.*; oxpeurseK, almost euoujih iu one year to  pay Un1 original cn;:t\ V/rik* or call nnd nsk us  to prove* these i-liiteinenb.  *B'������Wi������ilt������^'l������t������^������<i#l������fW������������y������'<r'������^*r1>*J>������*''"^'*  ** .aVmt.t.l.i.mm'***/^-*!* *tt+*> *m#t itf*--X aiuj *, ���������4*������-.f*������-'������./*'^tf.������^'*<irJfi.1J^,VVB^^^'*fc-������  1MB  THOS. mmLEY  ;���������������'  "r     Hayui.'in,  nijNH:.iuiR AVKNUU iV  I 'J p ^���������'-'^"''������������������-���������r'tt'irriv fmm%iamWM**m*im_ ������>u���������-..,*i x;.4 *^-,"4*','jf''1i'*,;": ������������������.���������i������-*,**3't:*.*i'*w *;::.M*'**;-.*'a,*f^:.'i<;*.v*r - - ��������� -"���������-,.*- a-.trw"*!' ;1 S  i < ���������������������������' r.i-.A������-nw^if|iMKRW''l������D{''������v ���������**t������'V**'.������.������*rs..-*l*y<"vtl<'Vl~V* :-k .*'. *  *-/4 ,:*-*E;.;^*-a?'*������:i ***���������*' I'/.'t-Uf'sOTiMst it--)  ...J I     ...,.!.,      ..     .       .     -   -J     .    .       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