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The Cumberland News Oct 30, 1912

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We  guarantee fi", style and  workmanship,   -  Call in and look ov&i*  our large sample book;  contains nothing but tho  VERY NEWEST in  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds in every shade, mixture and stripe.  See- Our New  Line of Men's  ras.  w  s������3-1 iV!Oi m  L___,3o,*L_,r_ c*.. ^^/0, L-.L/,  /^ li**1fy**^*Tlfr^^ 1?**%  FOR  STOVES  AND  ANGES  GRAND OTENING  SALE 4m-  >oJ  ,*  Baths,  Lavatories,  umbing,  ! umbing  Supplies  Y ';!f____f^b^t-Hr-^rr   /*, H '*%ff  ^       --^y^  %&&*<?*  -_j-^  -4  PlION'!-*  81  _3,  .*i*wa������������:ii*:<i."rv..*������:������- ������_i jjaaOMfc.^ ������uc tr L*iaw;aMyu������v**iMfc_wu^AB  1 urn .and some fine suggestions  were made, M"s-rs Russell and  vVebs_ter were for walking t(������  Van Auda, nine  miles  through  St**  . ������_*F *T .AXPtr_y.~.VW JU1 *V "f=k TWi.1  b*.?ia-cr 'A9V1.J  The (ry Wss  a  tt  A'nutnber cf Cumberland hunt-  the bush just to show  their com  ers had  a most thiilling adveu- rades that they   wero   game   to  truo on tbeir annual ti'ip 'to Tex-  ' ada   Island   on   the    renowned  launch'���������Tali.issu,*' the p.operty  cf Smith, Grimes & Co., shipping  agents, Trent River wharf. There  was a big commotion   in town.0:1  I heir, "'''.departure;*"  Tlie  sch^dulo  time,:for the launch to leave  wits  9 30 ."���������.sharp;   everyone   wns   on  board aud all seemed  calm   and  bright, the sea air had a wonderful effect on their   appetites,   as  everyone was soon eating a cnn of  pork and  boa us  as   they   sailed  nwny, but wry to say, that after  pas-dug  de . north   of   Dennnn  Inland the  water,became choppy,  mid where n liule  while   before  all was laugh and  sung,   nib nee  began  to reign  ntpreme.    A fief  a few more mile?* had been traversed, two nuMi  of   moving  picture fauv, began to show signs of  (li.'ities", declaring that every beau'  they lad cnleti felt Hhe a football  rolling around in tlu'ir ������������������Uoninchs;  the cu;.o ot the chief engineer, J .  Minnie, was fur woisc, he   ''cing  laid 011 hiH back, dcclanng   Unit  be would give a  month's  pay to  auy ono who would hold his bead,  After Jive   bourn   ol   the   wotvt  'w~ weather 'ever   expcrii-'ucei!,   the  boat arrived at (J ill is Hay, and a  more sorrowful bunch of hunters  would be   iiiuu    ni   ihiu,    ii''if,  the managing director,   Smith,  demoiiftraied his abilities   as   a  phyuieian.  After supplying   hot  black coffee with a "fcti-.k" i.i it,  ll.uy-began tu rej>.;iuble llici; I'or-  come back by way of Vancouver,'  nnd on the large steamer Covv-  iohan, but to th-ir ���������.���������.dismay*" they  just missed it and had to travel  by the samo means luune, and  after borrowing a bible from a  rancher, which eyrey''one' wa?  anxious lo rend they arrived  back safe, declaring Ihat they  never had a better'time. For  further purlieulai-'s- ns to Railings  and faro apply to'tlu* Royal In.  tenialiunal I/isli Market, Cum  berland, H, C, D. C, B. N. A.  The meeting, of the Colliery  Company top,handa hold in the  K, of 1\ Hall on Saturday afternoon, to consider the question of  ict tuning to wotk, emhd ns usual  with tlnxte meetings, nothing decided,. Some of the .engineers it  is reported have.returned to work  and orhcrs aro thinking seriously  of ihe mat'tor. Tliere appears to  be u feeling of dissatisfaction  among somo of ihe miners, owing  to lack of financial snppott. It  is claimed by the executive of  the U.'M. W. of A., tlmt nmjile  support will shortly be fcrthcom*  ing; this however remains to he.  ���������icon.  Ii would not be surprising if  the voming month should biing  some sfartling developments in  tho mining situation. Jl is ru  moitred that there are ftome sur-  jn-'ses in  store.  ���������'Sandy" Walker left   for  Nanaimo by, Sunday's boat to attend  tho funeral of the late Samuel 0.  Davis,, which took place oh Mon  day.  Parker Williams, M. P. P. is hi  town,  ilenry Stcmkamp who wasin-  jured at the Fraser logging camp  on the 19th inst, and who-had  to have his leg amputattd below  lhe knee, is doing as well as  cau be expected.  The outgoing train ou Sun  day was well filled wi'h passcn'  geis.  Messrs Quinu and* ,..l:o''t, of  Nauaiino, have commenced improvements to tin* (5rand ho'cl,  which when completed wil! t*eo  the cite!ion of a three slore)  brick structure 'containing iorty  rooms, one of the finest hotel.** iu  the   citv,   The   extension   will  The prospects ofa busy Christmas are uot bright, whatever the  New Year may bring.  Get yonr name ou the voters  list, as it looks as if there will be  ���������'something doing'' at the uext  civic election.  E FIND on taking over the business  of. the Cumberland Departmental  S'ores that the store is considerably overstocked, and we have thpix-fore decided to  give the public the benefit <>f buying at priees  hitherto unknown in the West.  ^@������^ ii  _p.  :SY DEPARTMENT  THIS SALE is intended not only to clear  out odd Hues of summer goods, but you -can  buy your Fall and Winter Clothing as well at  a   CfJIEAT   REDUCTION   Sale opens Monday morning  Oct, Tib,  and continues  I  /eel  October 7th to the I2th Inclusive  Terms of sale:      STRICTLY SPOT GAS*  REMEMBER THE DATE  ^s  THE C03>NE1l STORE,  WMfflJIR AVENUE  !*KXSm%3__TS___  &������S3tXtt&iSXS:  CTZBH)...'--JIJImSS*1  r:t,-jf_-uv_ir-^m3a__*xm_m*mximn-^s*m  Victdia. Oct. 23.���������Tho Official  Gazette this week announces thai  His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor lies been pleased to accept  the resignation of Thomas Leith.  inspector of schools of the city ol  Vancouver, and of Victor H. Harrison, police-, uiagis'.rate. of Ln'dy-  sinith.  cost -835,000.  , Thanksgiving Day wrts ijuiel-  ly observed   here.--No tut keys,  "rarni''   lJc;ticpiece,  editor of  '!lf������ l<*^rlr>v**iliott'"*     hi-:    hr*i*p   *>"  pr.i.jk'd by the  (^t-nvn  ^iTi.,:^  ment as its local   correspondent  for   the   Labor   Gazette.    'J"la-  Mr. W.   Siddul),   tailor,   nmi bite correspondent  held the pon-  family have left Cmukrlan.l for|u"n m tutlvc yCMVi"  Nanaimo, where Mr. Siddall will  eugiige in butdneits. Wc arc sorry to lose Mr Siddall, as he has  taken a lively interest in tho  civic mid political  albtiis of this  "Superintendent l>caslcy, of Ihe  K. & N. Hailway, has stated that  Vi *    "  with the lettingof the contract  io Moore & Peibick for about ?,o  n*. iles of line ou tlie Comox cx-  tensio.n, the whole line.to Court'  en'-ay would be under 'contract,  and it was expected to open it  next July. About 20. miles are  already graded of ihe 45 ,miles  from McMrideJunction,' .Several  s'eel bridgen wmild be required,  for whicli contract.*, "would lie b't  in due course,  The deputation mentioned iu  last weeks issue," n*t bring appointed lo interview Premier  McBride in Hie ma1 ter of railway exteu.*jion to Cumberland^  b-f't by auto ou Wednesday after-  it j on ior Victoria,  Robert Grant and Sainuol  Shore arrived here last week  by auto from ''Victoria. Mr.  Shore is looking 0. K. . >,.  Dr. Kerr hae so far   recovered  fr<������m rheuimaiEtu   that   he   was  .������ ���������    *  able to return km week   to    his  home in  Victoria.  We move in a mischievous  circle; war breeds war, st**ike*������  and loci: outs breed enmity and  poverty; poverty and ermity  biveil strikes and lock-outs again.  Is this vicious sec-saw never to  cca.5(i ? In theory \ye all ������;on-  demu it; no sane.thinker defends  it. ' Industrial ��������� war, like inter  .national .war, settles no question  of right and wrong. It only  proves which side for- the time  being, is-financially the stronger,  ���������Kx.  lion.  James   McDonald   ex-  chief justice of Nova Scotia, and  ja minister of justice   in   the   Sir  John A.   McDonald administra  tion, died at Halifax, K, S,, early  He  was father*iudaw of Sir Chas H.  Tapper, oi Vancouver,  -������*-  Nanaimo, Oct. 27,---A cadet  corps, one hundred s'noi>fl> was ll)it, )|101)Ul< ngC(l 84 >en,.8f  jiitlitutcd in Nanaimo last night  at a meeting bell in the council  chambers, which dining the evening was addressed by Major The Socialists arc going to  Snow. Mr, H.*aley, Mi*. V. II. i take au net ive part in our noxt  Shepherd. M. P., Mi. Cunning--icivic elections, aud will use every  bam, Mr.    ^^'el'gau, ' Mr.   Petti-jvffort to elect their inen.  grew mul o'hor.s, Oie last  named!  o-   spi'aker being heard iu ojip'owition      It looks as  if conditions will  to the movement. soon be norma!  in  Cumberland.  IS21WZZ^.������Z?L&^^  m\-mWW-~m*m.M,m .**% ���������",  *,tfjmt~ a a ja"*m *_***m *���������  m<m_amamtnm-aa_*  ������������mmmm  l!|^|l|���������.l';i^i^ii|!i:t:���������^^l|i]'i!iliji!||;t!t';!;l;i,������������������V  'li.yiii.*^ ������.y.i!,((n/' -"} *'|'!l(ij|:i!'i|iii,i^' ''ii;|i'!il|  'iii'^*>'. M.i'i ,vV.:ilj|K,''ji.*ifv.^''i,i,.|  ii  mel .sfiveit  inoved fi fine in*  l)..i \<*.:.n t'i'.'.'.'. Hsir  ; ,g t'' vl,.;i ..-TT  tu.-  li.i.uv.i.ig   d������y 1,;-ity nud district.    Hut men must  f.n  tlio bunt, :follow wlu-.e bm'ue-;.-;   calls,  i"������ mc! ta.i-1 none of us can live <*ti air done*.  Good pictures, a good program  and a most enjoyable danei* ���������.vn^  giveu by the U. M. VV t������f A, in  (Jtiuiberbind    Hull   nu  l������i*,',Iii.     Tin  there.  Mr. S*. Mcil. Smith,  piovinci  Tiieiida**  l|;,sl;i,    Ill's I'i u������ it V, isr  tl.lt  ��������� I  '*���������'}'1 VVbcu '.{me*-: mi; mine settled we ������1 a "-ves-or  iu    town    I'd*  dmiu fttalttg fit GIhil1fttt0  ns woll 11,1 in everything e!ns*, iV never cheap.     A  doibir saved b^low   a renHoiiahh*, price.   is������  n*<or<������  f\\'M\ lU-'-'v. ivvir fsnoiu'smy i'.i tl'" l"i'f.*' mn'  The Campbell Manufacturing Co's. Ciotliing  of Monlieal,  (of wbieli wt* a:*e agents  1  1  'v    -,      "  valuo of niutcrialh nn I worhmniiKhip wlindi uud.e*.  the buying ol it ItKAI. KCOXOMV. Wo limn  just rei'-i'scl ji sotii'i* fiiipmeut of this clot-Mug.  They come in 1������IiicI:k, Navy, Himwu and ("heelit*.  Suitri iii'isle io .lua.nn*.     A bug** book uf.s'iiiijtJeM  t'i el, Ji .''��������� fi'* (U.  Campbell  Bros.  ���������.t..ja4i+-m+*mm. ������****-'  ,-t,*i Uibfy, (I l!,;;t tb.'V   b*������i to TC -' |  I'm.  ii  j&&w2&r-mf\iii:>KSjr&  .H6 THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, J*. C.  IN THE  BALANCE  ByLG.MOBERLY  *-- ..-���������'.        Auth������r of  "Dan and Another," "A Tangla*  waa,"   "mln of Allton Dewing," etc., etc.  WARD. UOOK ft. CO.. LIMITED  London, Melbourne nnd   Torontt.  (CooUnueiUr  CHAPTER XXI ,   '   *  A Woman's Honor  On tho morning after.the adjourned  inquest,'hospital duties had brought  Clare back to Loudon, and as she  ���������walked across the courtyard from the  matron's office * to her ward, her  thoughts were very full of Dorothy,  tind of air that had lately taken place  at"Mansmere., Sho had puzzled very  much over her frifend's strange words  about her husband and Oliver Dynecourt, and for tho first time since the  Hernesley marriage; Clare wondered  If her own judgment had been unduly  harsh, whether, perhaps, Dorothy's  conduct was influenced by some deep-  ���������_v motive than appeared on the surface. Although even .."to her own  ueart she could hardly bear to put  ;ho question, yet the question was  Micro.  Had Dynecourt proved unworthy of  Dorothy's love? Was he worthy of  -hers?  Worthy of unworthy,, the answer  drilled back along her pulses, worthy  or unworthy, it is for him I care;  worthy or unworthy, he is all the  world to me. - The very .thought  brought a flush to her face, and. as  though in response to the thought the  subject of it at that moment issued  from a building to the right, and came  quickly towards her. The sight of  his face sent a throb of pain through  Clare's heart. He looked, as. if he  had been awake air night, his eyes  were heavy, and their expression  strained and weary, deep shadows lay  below them; and he had the worn,  lined appearance of a man who has  just risen from a long illness. The  ghost of a smile flickered over his lips  when he saw. Clare, and she fancied  a certain relief flashed into his eyes.  Indeed, her quiet face and steadfast  glance, had a soothing effect upon  him, after the complex emotions of  the night, and he said eagerly���������  I am so glad to see you, Sister.  Demonstrating anatomy this morning  has been the last straw.  You look as if you couldn't bear  any nfore strains, she said brightly,  with that friendly, glance into his  tired faco which he had learnt to  know and value. I only came back  an hour ago from Mansmere���������  Mansmere?     I see the Inquest was  adjourned again/~~Why?  A fresh clue wan discovered. The  police want time to act upon It. My  brother and Miss Dyson were mainly  Instrumental ln finding it, and���������  What was it? Do you know? His  almost painful eagerness, the look of  strain that came again into his eyes  brought back to her in a flood all  those terrors and suspicions which  for days had haunted her. Her  voice shook as she answered���������  I believe they found some memorandum In Mr. Tritton's rooms, something tha.*, involved another person in  his affairs. I don't know any details. My brother did not think it  right to toll me more than that. But  I believe ho had great hopes that it  might sot everything right.  ��������� Can-one over set everything right?  Dynecourt said under his breath, or  does ono got deeper.into tho mire tho  further one goes.  Must one go into the.mire at all?  Clare's clear eyes looked straight into his.  Supposini? n mnn has-stumbled in,  cUhor--,lolltGrately or unawares?  Then ho must pick IiIb way out  ngaln aa woll as he can, sho said, hor  voice sounding cheery nnd strong ln  ���������the cars of tho man beside lior.  You would always be on the side of  the people who pick their way out of  the mire? he said, a ring of wistf illness in Lis voice.  I. should always like to help them  out,, she'answered.  I want to tell you .about a case, and  ask your advice, came the abrupt re-  ponse. I have bewildered my own  brain with sophistries/till I can't see  clearly what I ought to do. You will  go straight to the mark. His praise  sounded sweet in her ears, and even  although she was well aware that he  came to her merely as a friend, it  was joy to her to feel that her friendship at least was precious to him.  I,will do my best, she answered,.but  if your brain can't see clearly what to  do, "it is hot likely that mine will help  you to clearness. '-.    '*���������������������������;,._.'-  I have to come ,up to tlie ward to  see a man Drummond has asked me to  have a look at. ��������� (May I c<jme into  your sitting-room for five minutes  afterwards? \    ,  " Is it something pressing?  I've got to make up. my mind at  once what I ought to do. All night  I've. been having an appalling time  with a man who, to all intents and  purposes went mad under my eyes.  And now���������1 feel half mad myself,  trying to disentangle right from  wrong .���������  I think there can only be one right  Clare answered gently as they reached  the door of the ward, and for a few  minutes talked of nothing but the man  Mr. Drummond, one of the surgeons.  hail asked Dynecourt',to see. When  the examination of the patient was  over, Oliver turned a curiously absorbed face to the Sister, who, as in  duty bound, stood behind him.  This is a profoundly interesting case  he said in a low voice, it bears an odd  family resemblance to another I saw  a few months ago, only���������this one has  somo. symptoms which may. throw  light on the other, which���������may���������  He did not finish his sentence, but  the, absorption on his face deepened,  and his mind,seemed to come from a  long way off when she said���������  If you., want to speak to me, I am  free now for a few minutes.  1 To speak to you? he looked,at her  vaguely, as it he did not see her;  then a realisation" returned to him of  her presence, and of all he had just  been saying to her, and he said quickly-/ .,  ���������   .      ,.y" *, :. ���������".������������������* ..- -'.f  That poor fellow there put every  other idea out of my head. His'.case  woke up such a train of thoughts. But  they won't iV.lp nie to solve n]y other  puzzle, he added with a sigh, following  Clare into her sitting-room, and sinking into the same chair in'which he  had sat when he came here after Dorothy's wedding. As on that day, his  eyes wandered round the small room,  noting the restfulness of Clare's, pictures, feeling, without definitely realising why he felt it, a sense of comfort and soothing ln all her surroundings. Clare wsts not the least restful part of those surroundings.,., Her  dark blue gown became her, her white  apron and the cap that rested on her  dark hair suited the soft coloring of  JierJ_ace,JmtJ^^  prmsi  You will find relief In Zam-Buk!  It oases the*burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and brings  ease  Buk,  ihisi  Perseverance, with Zam-  means cure: Why not prove  ������>rvegkts_and _fr*ra,~  fOaboa.  "mtm-mMh.-  fOR g\lmLm   I  SKIN  SUFFERERS  Do you realize that to go  through life tortured and  disfigured by itching, burning, scaly and cruated eczemas, or other skin and  scalp humors is unnecessary? For more than a generation, warm baths with  Cuticura Soap  ness, rather than any good looks she  possessed, that appealed to Dynecourt just now.  I am a weak fool to Burden you  with my difficulties, he said with a  short laugh; I don't know how I do,  excepting that you are one of the helpers of this world.  At his words Clare's heart leapt  again, but she did not answer, and he  went on slowly.  And���������I suppose I am a bit off my  balance this morning. I want someone to show me the way out of a  tangle.  Tell me about it, Claro put in gently, sometimes another person sees  the way out that one cannot find one's  self.  It is my professional honor on the  one hand, the setting free o������ an innocent mah on tho other.  You mean��������� .���������*.*.....  I mean that the guilty man has confessed liis crime to me, after making'  me promise ijecrocy. And���������an innocent man Is accused of tho crime,  And you could save him by speak-,.  in<v.  I could save him by speaking. But  my professional honor binds mo to bo  silent.  I don't call that real honor, Claro  said abruptly, when you promised secrecy, you thought tho man was going to loll you some professional thliiK,  something about himself and his  health. You did pot guess ho was  going lo confess a crime  Most assuredly I did not.  And an Innocent, mnn may suffer  punishment?  Dynecourt noddort.  I only see ono right,-Claro said decidedly, it may bo a woman's point  of view, but you must save tin innocent man from fluttering wrongfully.  Why, to hldo the truth would bo llko  Hlinrlnj? in tlio crime,  Sho spoko vehemently, and with her  words there poured Into her mind all  tho fours and suspicions that had  haunted lior for so many days. But  she foimlit ajcalnst them (lorcoly.  Why do I mmpoot him? tho thought  tossed to and fro In her brain, whilst  aloud she wiIil������������������  I havo been with Dorothy during  tho last few days. It makes ono  wiHhc* nil the misery a false accusation can bring. If your speaking can  put nir end to tho wmio kind of mis-  try and Miflpi'iiHn that sho haB beon  enduring, I hIkuiIi.1 say to you, apeak  nnd lot profoHHlonnl othjuoUo and honor, or whatever you call It go.  (To bo Continued)  Beautify Farm Homes  ��������� With the settlement on the land of  an increasing number of emigrants  each year, the beautifying of the farm  homes claims some attention. To  many the subject may.be of little interest, the cultivation of produce, being their primary object. This is  only natural and as may be expectcil.  In cases, however, where the'farmers  havo made good this, question should  receive their'.very' careful consideration. The appearance of most Canadian farms is not at all prepossessing, the lack of trees or shrubbery giving one the; impression of barrenness.  This could be so easily altered by  planting a." few trees 'or shrubbery  which would not only make the farm  homes beauty spots. but would considerably enhance the value of the  farms themselves. This fact is, unfortunately," too often lost sight of by  the farmers" when the question of beautifying the farm homes is put up to  them. They" look'at it from'the domestic standpoint, only and do not  realize that commercially it is of even  .greater value". .  The "uses".which; trees would, serve  can only be realized by practical experiments. ������������������������������������, As a shelter from" wind  storms -both to stock a������d.crop tliey  are very valuable.-'t\Of even greater  importance, while it is not a practical  use, is tho effect "they would produce  on the landscape. -The scene which  today can only be described as uninteresting would become pleasing to  the eye. The miles of rolling prairie  'without a single, tree.to break, the .vis.'  ta becomes* monotonous,in their same,  fieis.sand the ad vent 'of trees and shrubbery as home beautifie'rs would be" a  happy relief.';    ,  The exoenso need not be large and  when the farmers realize the advan,.  tages which the planting of a few  trees wou.d bring, there is little'..doubt  but the practice, of improving the outlook of the farm homes will be so universally adopted that a few.yea.rs from  now wall see few Canadian farms  which have not each their quota of  trees and shrubbery.  Used according to directions, Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial  will afford relief in the most acute  form of eummev complaint. Whenever  the attack manifests itself no time  should be lost.in seeking the aid of  the Cordial, Itywilljict immediately  O'lTtlre^SteffiTscirand^Stestines and"~al-  Dramatic Snap  A number of players and playwrights at the Lambs' Club were dis..  cussing the question of what constitutes the snap so persistently demanded of the dramatist by the manager of today.  I have talked to so many managers  on this subject, said one writer, but  none has been able to giivo me any  very definite notion as to just what  snap is. *  I can help you out, said Eugeng  Walter.' I have an idea for a one-  act play that justs bursts with snap.  I'll give it to you.     Here it is:  Play opens with man and woman  in drawing room,* seated side by side  oir a sofa and embracing each other  passionately.  Enter to them a mau with a suitcase and an umbrella. He ls of  course������to all intents, husband unexpectedly returned.  Husband no , sooner takes in the,  situation than he yanks out a revolver  nnd" shoots both man and woman. .'  Then he takes out his glasses, puts  them o.n,, looks about lilm, and suddenly gives a-start."  Merciful heavens! ho exclaimed. I'm  on the wrong.floor.���������Lippincott's.  Mlnard's  Liniment Cures   Garget  In  Cow*  Appreciates Walt Mason  A Free Press reader in far-off Belfast sends this apppreciation'of Walt  Mason's philosophy.  You have a chum upon yoour staff  Who gives us many a merry laugh,  You'll bear with me on his behalf,  ;A little while.  Walt's racy style and winsome way.  His fling at crank, and croak and jay,  The sound advice and skilful play,  The hours beguile.  I see he doesn't care two sticks  For the wild war of politics,  Not blarneyed by the party tricks,  Of gvassy guys.  Now could your bard ideas spin  To show a way out of rhe din,'  Show saiier methods, that we win  "'''.*'*. A chance to rise.  I do not flatter-when I say    ���������   .  Walt's full serio-comic lav,  Is but the common spate of play,  He* turns new soil.  That being so, could ho suggest  A way into some haven blest  From out the present mac1, unrest  t>      And storm-T-somo oil.   ���������  To calm a nation's mad display  When time ticks off election day,  To saner 'wisdom show the way,  Net wisdom's sum.  The Northern Trusts Com pany  HEAD OFFICE,     WINNIPEG  This company acta in tho capacity of .  TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  and wo shall be glad to forward copy of   our    Booklet    "Somothl_j(  r.bout Tru3tu, Trustees and Trust CompanieB," ou request  MONEY JO LOAN  ON~FARM  PROPERTY AT CURRENT RATS:i  OF INTEREST  lay the irritation and pain. A trial  of It will convince anyone of these,  pssertions. "  MANY   DEER   IN   HIGHLANDS  Outlook for Coming Stalking Season  Better Than Usual  The Scottish deer stalking prospects for the coming -summer are  good.  In all districts without exception  tho red deer are more numerous than  their average numbers during the  past three years. For one thing  there have been fewer deaths this  yoar than i;pr some years back., The  past winter and spring have been all  too..mild to .please the, older race of.  keepers, who are never, satisfied, unless the deer have to pass''thrc.ugh-.a-  winter of prolonged hardships���������weeks,  of hard snow-covbrod hillsides. '������������������-.-  -Such conditions, they hold,.thin out  all tho weaklings * In tho herds, leav-  ing'only tho vigorous stags and hinds  to carry on tho boat traditions of the  Highland forests. As a result of  the milder conditions of tho past win-  tor and spring all sorts and conditions of both slags and hinds are now  to bo seen In. the corrles, which today  carry���������It Is gonorally allowed���������moro  rod door than ovor before. In tho  circumstances there Ib scarcely a forest Jn tho throe northmosC counties  which would not bo vastly bettered  by qulto a wholesalo removal of  heads and haunches during tho coming autumn.  In all tho Balmoral corrles tho red  deer aro In oxcellont condition and  the heat of sport is promised for the  coming neanon, during which the  King lo to hr.vo a fi������Jl round of sport  In tho AbordeoiiHliIro corrloa. Tuo  Prince of Wales Is to Join his fnti.t.r  oa this occasion and nrrnngenientH  arc boliiK mime I'or it hoi'Iob of ox-  teiiBlvo deer driven and HtalJtH In  which a number of dlstliiffiilfl.iod  guoBlB nro to lako part.  J'ialmocnnn, leased I'or so long now  by Bradley Mnrlln, and Glonquolch,  no king also In the handii of the lato  Lord Burton, who did no much lo Improve Iho lu-rdu of rod door, nro both  of Ihem Hhowlng well at. the proH'ont  date  And gentle applications of  ���������wculwuiu      v>i>siiii*.iu      ii.i������<*  proved fiucccsstul in the  most distressing cases, of  infants, children and adults,  when all ebc had tailed.  AHhoiiith rii(liMirs\ tlm,* nnil Olnlmmt trt pold  tif drUKlli*,1! isfcsl flrnlrrtr .wry������l<rrs\ is librr*.  I.mii'd i,l isrli, wills, ili-pato lso<Als-t un Irratmrai  ���������til* ttiiu ������n>l inif. *l'l 1i������ a t.i, !������������i-''r/-.i\<m.-it'r<l.<*������  Uud iu "Cuticura," VtVX BM. tluafuo, XI, ti. A.  W.W.U. 914  Conquers Asthma. To be relieved  from the terrible suffocating due to  asthma is a great thing, but to be  safe-guarded for the future is even  greater. Not only does Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy bring  prompt relief, but it introduces a new  era of life for the afflicted. Systematic inhaling of smoke_or_fumes from  the  remedy prevents re-attacks and  often effects a permanent cure.  FOR THE ANGLERS  Queer Materials Used In Making Artificial Files  The makers of flies for fishermen  are constantly devising new and ingenious forms; All manner of queer  material enter into the manufacture  of these flies such as bears eye-brows  and mouse whiskers.  The business done in mouso whiskers Is very considerable, for these are  an important factor in tho making  of "a fly, known as tho grey gnat.  Trout rise very much bettor, it is  claimed, at whisker flies than at the  same gnat dressed in jungle cock-  hackles, although thoy look vory  much "alike.  Bears' eyebrows, for tho reason  that they, aro stiff and havo exactly  tho'vi'Igiit lino, are.employed in tho  making of. a fly .that Is extensively  used in "salmon fishing. Thoso oyo-  brows "are taken from tho Himalayan brown boar and aro expensive,  Ply makers employ agents all over  tho world to look for birds that will  pupply material for tho host, fly hack-  lea, Ono of the most sought aftor  skins, is thai of tho raro screamer,  an African bird about tho size of a  lien, that shows a tiny bunch of feathers on each shoulder, worth about  $15 u bunch to tho ily maker, Ono  of thoso birds will, It Ib OBtlmatod,  supply feathers In Bufllclont quantity  to mako only half a dozen flies,  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  thut Contain Mercury,  m mercury will mirrlv ilonlroy tlm nemo of nmetl  anil (.'oiniilnii*!/ ilrruiiKo tlio wliolo Bj-Htcm when  (intorliiK  It tliroiiKh  tlio  tiiucaim mir'acm    Huch  Offered Hlis Did  ,   yr,.i.,.!,.,.,.,,.-,.,., *',,,.(.,..m...    ,,_( .., t  an auction mart. t,noktnp; around  aiut cutchlnK Uio nuotionoor't' oyo dur-  Ii.K a lull In thn blddln.;, ho i-lioutod  loudly enough to be henrd by all;  -May I bid?  I'ertnluly, Btild the    man    of   the  Vl,,, ���������'���������..,'     tl, I, ,1.1.,,-   1,1.,-,    .,    ,.,..���������!,., if  All i yes being turned on th<i customer, ho,  making for tho door,  nald:  Well, I bid you good-night, then.  Tlio littiRhter which followed Htop-  jictl hutilne*.B for i;omo time,  Jntifii r*������n hi1' motor Into a InitldluR  yetftitrday.  1 kni-w that Idiot s-niil.ln't drlvo  I \V������������ It rt ilidjiV  J    .S'o, a motor Kar.tgo,  BABY'S GREAT DANGER  DURING HOT WEATHER  Morn littlo onen die during tlio hot  woittlier than nt any tit hor time of the  year. Diarrhoea, dynont.ry, cholera  Infantum mil Hfomneh dlHordei'H ronm  without waniMig and wIkm a mod.-  i,,',,,;   ,'.,   lull   ui.   i.i,.d   ii)   f,"SJ   piOiUptiy  tho Hhort delay too frequently meant,  that tho child Iiiih panned beyond aid.  Baby'r; Ow.i Tp.blctH nhouid nlwnyH be  kept In Iho homo whoro there oro  youiitf ehlldi'en. An oeeailoiiril iIoho  oi ine 'J'juicit* will prevent .<toiii.u*li  and bowel tronblcH, or If tho trouble  comoii nuddcnly tho prompt use of the  Tablotn will curo tho Imby. Mth.  Adeloro Oullletto, Ht. Itruno. f)iif>���������  writes: 'My Imby was troublei wllh  bin bowel*, but Ilnby'H Own Tablet.!  noon act Mm final a^aln." Tho Tab.  lot������ nro Bold by medicine dealer*, or  by mnll nt  'TX, ,r-n1n n boy from  Tlit*  I Dr.  WIH'iitna' Medicine Co., Urock-  I villo, Out,  nriM*!! aliinilil never bo uicil eiconi on piwrlp,  tlotiH from reputable pby. Iclnm, tt (hf dumjme tlieji  will tin In ten (old to tlm Kooil ymi ran ptiiiibly dp.  rlvo Irom them. Iliill'n Cntnrrli ('ure, innnuluctiireil  by I-', J, CheiKy A Vn., Tsiioilo, 0,, contain* no mor-  ���������.���������ury-. nml H tnkon Internnll)', netlnir illrrctly upon  lhe bloosl niirt mucoiw mirfarrn ot tho wutcin, In  liuylnic lliill'n Oiiinrrh Cure Im xur������ ynu get tin  iiemiltiiv It li iiiknir i''t:rr,i!'y ami mmlfl In 'i'olwlo.  Ohio, liy I'*, ,1, Clieiiisy A Co, Triitlmonliili ttnt,  Hulsl liy MruifglisH, I'rlrr, THe, per boitin,  'Uko lliill'n I nmlly I'lll.i lor wuntlpnUoa.y  Tomtit a Lnmpllflhter  For Bovornl weokB pant ono of tho  public Htreet lumiiH at Oroon ford, noar  Ealing, bus been found alight nearly  ovory day, although the lamplighter  extinguished the light each morning,  HuBpociing that Homo youthful imp  with Jiiln**hk'VloiiH iiropeiiHltloB wiih at  work, tho lamplighter act, hlmnolf to  cupturo tho culprit who wiih giving  him ho much trouble. Whllo waiting in hl-Jlng to pouneo upon tho of-  tenders ho wau amazed to seo tho  lamp apparently Unlit ItHPlf.  InvcMiuaiIon reveulud tlio tact that  a It/tutu hud I'ulll a imiiii Unsl Ut u  corner of the lump nnd wau lu tho  habit of hopping on to tho rlsg at-  tiiiihoil to tho eliiiln of the IncandoH-  cont by-puBiij   thm.   turning   on   tho  llK������t.  Einily Understood  Hoiil-���������KxeiiKo mo, That's my  phone. At. 1'honol Oh, yos. Wlmt'n  thut? Vou can't glvo mo tho hour  you promiHcd I could havo tomorrow?  It doesn't Incommode mo In tho Utxnt  Any other linn* will do, Don't mention It.     (Inodby.  Frlciul Tl*.;t mu.,t havo been your  deiitlf't.  IIOHt���������It WltB.  ore About  The Loading Platform  The present Eo;-ier5,tIon of,Western farmpra will never know ths  difficulties and vocations experienced by their predecessors in tho  earlier years when no one could get a carload of grain shipped in  bulk except ty loading it through an elevator. The,.'system forced  the majority.of farmers to sell tlieir grain to the elevator owners  ' at arbitrary prices, and oft times to submit to heavy dockage und  other annoyances.^causing continual dissatisfaction. Nov/ vhowevcr  . the distribution o! ..ars as fixed by the Grain Act, and tho uso of tho  ��������� loading platform, provide facilities which enable tho farmer to secure  satisfactory treal.jr.tnt in the disposal of his grain, and the highest  market prices at timo of sale. Every farmer therefore, should more  and more endeavor to use the loading plii'orm in shipping his grain  to the. terminal, elevators. . It is the safeguard of the farmers' freedom in dispoaing of his grain to the best advantage for himself. If  farmers refrain y������rom using the loading platform freely, it might result in its being ,dpne away with, becauso railway companies and  elevator ownnrs ara Btrongly opposed to It. It is easy to understand why elevator people' desire the loading platform abolished..  The railway *ieople on their part say ii'delays tho 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 me_*chandlse, they are sldetracko.'. for days and even  weeks instead of being promptly moved forward to destination. It  is engine 'shortage and shortage of competent tralr. men that mostly  causes gram llockade3 on railways and s*.6t lack of cars. Let every  farmer therefore, ao all he can to use t/e loading platform and become an independent shipper. In subsequent advertisements we  will state In detail the savings and othw advantages of direct loading into cars compared with loading through elevators.  We handle the farmers grain strictly on commission, majte liberal  -advances-on_car_bIils-of-Iading,~supervise-the, grading-at-time-cars-  are inspected, secure the highest pricei at timo 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. WINNIPEG, CANADA.  f^ Get My New  ' ��������� T\>_\t''  - im     1  ���������%      * -*_r-^.-m ' ���������>  I "QEE how handy my new granary is.  O You place four or five of them around  your quarter section. This saves time in  harvest hauling to stacks."  "Thenmy granaries come In to hold your grain from each  stack. My granary keeps grain clean, dry and unheated,  No musty grain, no loiiici from rati or vermin. When  readyhaul dlrectto tho elevator from the granaries."  "I make several sizes of this handy granary. Vou can  get 150, ZOO, 300, 400, 500, 600 nnd 1000, full measure guaranteed Imperial Ihishel olzco (not  small U.S. bushels) and you setup any  Pedlar Granary in half a day. Rememlier  you can movo it easily any time. My  Granary saves big money by cutting down  teamingrwd"keeping ihe' grain right."  "Se������ how the man at the left can shovel  grain In from the threshing machine,  . If it has no leg-spout to deliver grain  direct through the manhole on the roof,  The other man Is bagging grain. Granaries are had  with door-sectlon or plain, ns desired. My new Granary  Is lust right for saving cost, It pays for Itself In a year.  It comes In septions���������low freight cost. A boy can set  up,  Write for my descriptive booklet." too  Wr!t������for,1taoVUlNo.������l  The Pedlnr Peoplo LiraUed,0Bhawa,OnC  ���������mrntftoi   oAtaxuv Edmonton  76T.onibar.lBt. Crown nioctc 56JJrdSt.W, ,.  BADKATOON M00BE JAW lETUBftllMti:  Dr.iwcrlMi cite WMtloclt tt MwlaU       323 Vflifi Ht, {������  Direct your Inquiry to the Pedlar pla e������ nearest you    They will   anintar  yott promptly and   anve you tlmo  Ths Pedlor Granary la fire-proof.   Think what that meanal  Most Excellent Reason  It won a gnin oconHlon nt tho ncliool,  and tho y.iwng lndy principal wna vory  nnxlous tlmt. hor ihmiIIh nhouid show  olf to ilia howl- ftdvnntuKO boforo tho  ninny hullo*, proaont.  Ho to tho first���������Hoholnr aho mild:  Now,   Grnoo,   whoro   wnu   Mnjy,  Quoon of Scots, horn?  At MnlltliROW, miHWoroil tlio pupil,  And why was Mary horn thoro? nsked Uio to'iehor,  And aweet llttlo-Graeo promptly an-  l,V,Ci*i;il;  UocauHt*. ma'am, her   mothor   was  staying thoro.  Thsre are Othera  niggH���������What do you think of that  Idiot JonoH?     Ho   always   answer*  r,no nnonMon hv imklntr nnntlior  UlygB���������Docfl ho'/  Mrs, Ifonpock���������You know tho nny-  lnu.    Unlucky In lovo, lucky at cards.  IIoiipock~And yot yo.������ won't lot mt  play.  a-suwita-urn-, ���������,ii������iia���������>i_iiIii   m ��������� ii.mihmi*  A Brave Chnllenoe  Mrs. Hehoooa KIai.lck, aitod 104, of  l-hll'idt'lphi'i, wiuitn to run a (out nico  with any womnn ovor GO In hor lioina  city,     Address Gonorul Dillvory. 3CHE NEWS, CUMBERLAim B. a
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If your  Clothier   does   not
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If aa. WiM��Low'a Sooth. >ra BYKcr ha* ka
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How did 8h8 Know?
Johnnlr���Manunlo, our governess
can boo In tho dark.
Mamma���How do you know that?
Johnnlo���Laut nlKhL out in tho hull
I hoard lior toil Undo .lack that ho
hadn't sluvod.
Ilorculi-H had boon drlvon In a taxicab to tho Anglian stablou iind told
to got busy,
Wliat'H tho noo, ho blttorly mut-
torod. Just as noon an I get 'om cloiin-
cd up, tlioy'll bo turnoij Into a giir-*
NovertlH'JoflB ho fell to work,
* Thoro's a fool-prunf aoroplano on
the market.
flood. Wbal'fl Uh main chnractorln-
It won't fly,
Ih ho aoHoluloly honest?
Yon,  Indeed,      Jfo  wouldn't oven
ntonl lumbnr from tho now houso that
<*|i��   ^r,|n"  illlll-   r\r-y{   ifnn?  fn  \\fn,
It >n enemy within the camp, It will
undermine the otrongentconstitution
���nd ruin the most vigorous health.
It lend! to indigestion, bilinusrie-tn,
Impure blood, bad complexion, tick
headaches, and i* one of the mont
frequent cauiea of appendicitis To
nettlectiti* nlow milcldc. Dr, Morse's
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She Knew the System
Into the Giganticum Emporium department store, about 8.30* a.m.,
walked a small, square-jawed woman.
At 4.30 p.m., aided by-maps, diagrams and a compass, she reached the
spot where, the day before, the fancy
goods counter had stood. Of course
by that time it had been moved to
some other floor, but as she had ab-
normai Sherlockan instincts, and good
luck, she discovered the new location
shortly before six o'clock.
Hoisting herself upon the counter
she crossed her tired feet and addressed the salesgirl. *
Now, she sighed, sound the general
alarm, summon all the employees,
from cash girls, and window washers,
up to the general manager and president. ������<.-.*'.���"
Um���er���er, gurgled the salesgirl,
looking furtively about for one of the
house detectives.
It is quite necessary, insisted the
little woman kindly, but firmly. The
last timo I was here on a similar
errand I had to interview them all.
It will save me days of walking and
talking to get them together and let
them hear my story at once.
What do you wish? tho girl managed to ask.
To return a spool of thread and get
my money back, replied the shopper,
Moral Suasion
I don't want oatmeal, screamed the
You must have oatmeal, said his
Never force anything on a child
like that, interposed i uncle, who has
theories. Always give the child a
All right, said the father. Now,
kid, you can have oatmeal or you can
have a clip on the jaw. Which is
The child took the oatmeal.
Sir William Allan covered a large
canvas with a picture of the battle of
Waterloo, which the Duke of Wellington bought. His grace asked the
painter to call at tho Horse Guards
on a cerlain day to receive payment.
Punctually Sir William came, and the
duke began to count out notes for the
sum agreed upon. Knowing how
valuable 1 Is time was, Allan said that
he would be quite content to take the
duke's check.
His grace went on counting, and
the artist, thinking he had not been
heard, remarked:
It would save your grace time and
trouble if you- would give me a check
on your bankers.
- Either angry at being iHterrupted in
his counting or else jocularly, with a
touch of ihe truth that is sometimes
spoken in jest, the duke answered:
Do you think I would allow Coutts
(his .banker) to know what a fool I
hove been?
St.. Isidore, P.Q.,. Aug. 18, 1904.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Gentlemen,���I have'frequently used
MINARD'S LINIMENT and also prescribe it for my patients always with
the most. gratifying results, and I
consider it tho best all-round Liniment extant. ���
Yours truly,
Thinking It Over
Ma  caught  pa kissing tho hired
Bin: ���... 1   .
What's sho going to do about it?
That'o tho troubio. She doesn't
know. She can't make up her mind
whether to get rid of pa or the hired
girl. Sometimes sho says she thinks
she can get a now husband easier
than sho can get a new servant.
Good News
Thbro Is one thing that Miavo kept
from you.
Toll me tho worst.
. I fallod to got a diploma at tho
cooking school; *
Como to my arms, dear ono; I lovo
you moro than over.
W. N. U, 018
Why is It that a good-looking widow
always Booms to have a bettor chanco
than a pretty girl luva to catch a husband?
I think one roason Is that a widow
doofin't wasto her tlmo whoro tho
catching In no goal.
Remarkable Luck
From Chicago, Isn't she?
Yob. A vory unusual woman. Sho
has Huch remarkable luck In kooplng
hor help,
How'h thai?
Why aho told mo Rho had had four
hUHbiindH und only ono cook.
WartB will rondor the prettiest
hands unsightly. Clear tho excron-
conooB away by using Holloway's
Corn Cnrti, which nctB thoroughly and
Wise Mnn
Mm. Exclto���Oh, doctor, husband
Ih in nn awful way. Just a�� lx�� goon
to sign my cheeks ho falntu away.
Doctor���What am I to do.
Mrs, 13xelto--Gct him no that ho
won't faint, till aftor ho hIriih thorn.
'   John, do you lovo mo? i!
Will you nlwiiya lovo mo?
VeH--IiM)li horo, dear, whnt /iave
you booa aud goiio and ordered hoiU
homo now?
May I aRk, Inquired Iho Interviewer
n-iijf yon pi hit nritlilnis- hnt nudrsn*'
Certainly, replied thn pa In tor, tho
styles change ru rapidly In clothing
that n picture would ho nut of date
almost boforo tho paint lu dry.
A troupo of bartiBlormorB worn play-
Iiik to a small btiHlnomi In an Iowa
town. Just boforo tho curtain wont
up the low comedian glanced through
llui  ptiupholn  al  thu  uliiiui.1  umpty
How many peoplo are there out
In front? Inquired tho heavy.
Well, said tho comedian, wo aro
still In tho majority.
The  Feeble, Wasted    Nerves    Were
Restored   and   Revitalized   by
Nervous prostration is a terrible
disease to all who understand-its symptoms. At times the sufferer feels
comparatively well, but with; slight
exertion the dreadful helplessness returns and all strength seems to
le'ave tho system.
This letter from Mrs. Martin very
well describes the terrible condition
in which many a sufferer finds herself. She also tells how she regained health and strength by using Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food after all other
treatments had failed.
Mrs.   Edwin   Martin,  Ayer's  Cliff,
ue., writes:���"Before I began using
Dr. Chaso's Nerve Food I was in a
terrible condition from nervous exhaustion and prostration. Dizzy spells
would come over me and I would fall
to the floor. The- weakness was so
great that I could 'riot so much as
sweep tho floor without fainting, but
the nerve food helped me after, the
doctors failed. It has done wonders
in building up my nervous system. I
can do rny own housework now and
washing, and feel that this great medicine has been a God-send to me. I
think it is thes best of medicines.
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food 50c. a box,
G for $2.50, at all dealers or Edman-
son, Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.
How to Take a Sun Bath
The sua bath is rapidly gaining popularity. It was not unknown to the
Romans, who indulged in ' sun-baths
to cure gout and rheumatism. The
buildings they erected in'their villas
for the sunray treatment were styled
All that is needed is the* sun; but
it should not be allowed to beat down
upon the head, which should be covered. The prospective sun-bather
should get-into an ordinary bathirig:
costume, and lie down in a convenient
spot on a.- rug. Caro should be
taken to'secure a position well but of
the wind, and' of course, the body
must be moved about every ten minutes to' avoid undue burning- of any
specific part of the anatomy. Also"
a bath should never by any chance
last longer than an hour. Dizzinessi
extreme excitement, even faintness*.
will be the ��� inevitable result, should
UilR__warning__be jisregai^ed_. ���__
The sun bath is said to be an almost
infallibl-3 cure for certain skin diseases, for undue corpulence, and rundown nerves.
Perhaps the cult of.the sun-bath is
most popular at a small place,near
Berlin, where the adherents of the
new and simple cure have . formed
themselves into an assoclaticti.
Also Ran
Very nervous and very shy was the
strange young hian who had drifted
on to the cricket field. Thero were
nine wicket's down, and Mr. Simple
was invited to go in, so that he might
act as a substitute.
It was the very first time ho had
batted, but the bowler had neither
mercy no/ feelings, and sent down a
ronl fast ball, "���"'.*.*:���
Slronle closed his eyes, and by some
evtraordinary good fortune tho ball
struck the edeto of the bat and glanced
off towards tho boundary. The hats-
man was dazed, and didn't know what
to do.
Run, you silly boggff���run! yelled
tho crowd.
A look of terror overspread Simple's
fnee, Tf he had boon caught committing a terrible orlmo ho could not
have been more alarmed,
Dropping the hnt, ho bolted for his
life, scaled tho palings, and was soon
no moro.
Dyaonttiry corrodes tho intestines
and Bpoedlly oats away tho lining,
bringing about dangerous conditions
that may cause death. Dr. J. D.
Kollogg'fl Dysentery Cordial cloars tho
intestinal canals of tho gorms that
causo tho Inflammation, nnd by protecting the lining from further ravages
restores them to healthy condition.
Those BUbJoct to dysentery nhouid not
bo without this Bim plo yet powerful
Taxed Without Cause
Artomiw Brown was tho latest recruit on iho great journal, and before
ho hud boon on the staff many days
he waB up in tho carpet boforo tho
mighty editor,
Young man, grumbled tho mighty
editor Bovoroly, wo don't mlud a fow
cxnggoratfoiiB, but you .havo been going It a bit Ion strong.
J!-'**liut In what way, nir, nsked the
pained nnd Bnrprliiod pen-pusher,
Ntaiidlng Iti fear and trembling before
tlm great man's rail-top dusk,
Why, continued tho editor, In your
nrllelo o.i Captain Flltto in tho Jungle,
you nlato that Immediately aftor din-
patching the ferocious Hon ho called
for a bottle of nlout and a taxi, Now
rtny beginner, nn". urooiihorn, nny lit-
wim,* i;u.. ivs/nlii lwu/�� llml Utum >'io
no tfixlcuhfi In \"rfp<x,
Tl-b-lhit, exclaimed Arlemilfl, T
wasn't al'iidlng to a taxicab, plr���hon-
oHtly I i/asn't. You're under a nils-
upproheimlon, nir,
In what, way? growled the editor
,.l  .,,....    I,,    1,1 .    ,,....   is,        ,,   s    ���,.,,   , .1.1 i-,1
.,..��_*,-,   ...   .,...    i,,���...   ..,,.,   t<,��u^,,,���r,   ^'u..
IiIh plno ,r,n tho leg of tho chnlr with
tx loud tiiittoo,     In what way, pray?
I meant a taxidermist, nir. Cnptnln
Flltto wtntnd to have the King of
tho forotit iituffod, to tako home to hiu
Thon the clock ticked again.
T nukft'l the yonnit woman In front
of mo to romovo her big liut, ho that
I could nee tho plcturon,
n\il ah. do It?
No, she nald If Hhe held hor hat
In her lap sho couldn't soo the pictures hcruolf
Infantile Information
Casually, by chance, unsought,
they met in the railway-carriage. He
was a young man, beardless; his
companion a hoary oldster.;
So you are a teacher? remarked the
talkative veteran. I'll wager you
had to pass a pretty stiff exam.-
Yes, indeed, replied the instructor
of the young.
And what were the subjects? inquired Nosey-Parker?
Well, we were examined in psychology,1 integral calculus, mathematical
astronomy, polemic divinity, metaphysical analysis and Greek, Latin,
French and German versification.
Indeed. And for what position
were you striving?
Teacher of the infants, sir.   ',
Mlnard's Liniment Cureo Diphtheria.
After the tennis match, the ladles'
team returned ln triumph in a char-
Perhaps it was their shrill delight
at their success that frightened the
horse, but anyway, he bolted.
After a thrilling few minutes the
vehicle dashed into the bank at the
roadside, and sent all its occupants
in a heap.
What a scene it was! No one was
hurt, but there was a perfect sea of
waving arms, feet and heads. And
out of the very midst came a squeal.
Help, oh, help! Save mo somebody. Mine are the green shoes and
tC&f&U*lfZ<f> *~*Lo 'rnfOmsfe, s<h>(#r~<�� Unn~&
Eager to Help
He���My dear Miss Gladys, I have
been c&nverted, but I find there are
some things I must do. The minister has told me, for instance, that
where I have done wrong,* I must make
restitution.      ...
Sho (sympathizingly) ���Sometimes
that cannot always be done, for ministers ask hard things.
He (doubtfully)���Now, Miss Gladys, the oilier day I stole a* kiss from
you, and, according to the minister
I must give it back.
She (promptly)���Well, I suppose
you ought to do what the minister
tells you.
Complete in itself, Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator does not require
tlie assistance of any other medicine
to make it effective. It does not fail
to do its work.
The One Question
. Father; was on the war-path, and
when at'last he came across Willie
in .an" odd corner of., the garden "the
engagement commenced; ��� ��� ���-
��� Willie, demanded Mr. Smith, have
you eaten any of those large desert
pears I left in,the cupboard? ' ���
Pa, replied* the young hopeful, I cannot tell a lie. I have not touched
one. -
.. William senior eyed William junior
wrathfully.   .
-Then how is it, asked the parent
that -\-t ound'these_three -pear~c'ores
in your bed-room, and there* ls only
one pear in the cupboad?
Father, said Willie, with an eye on
the garden gate���father, that's the
ono I didn't touch.
-���-i _a
Phone St.  John 1024  Elmwood,  Winnipeg
We  successfully treat  the following diseases:���Rheumatism   w��k*mi.    *-.,.
blev Stomach, Kidney and Liver Complaints.  Skin Diseases   tv?��rrh,itr^i'
ditlons. Constipation, Gall Stones and Obesity. ceases,  Catarrhal con.
For further particulars apply to
P"*   A.   O.   CARSCALLEN, Superintendent.
The Northern Trusts Company
TJdi company acts In the capacity 0r
ami we ��h_U be glad to forward copy ot   eu    Booklet   "Somath___.
c.bont Trmta. TniBteet and Tnmt CompanlM." on reouert.       ^
(always use
They have a true safety bate
head,  with silent   tip.    Wil^
:__ never explode ii Stepped  onr
Eddy'g Uatohw hay satisfied Oa*
adians aluc* 1151���iccapt ne ethers.
roU can't reasonably expect to make a lljrlit,
flaky pic-crust, If the salt you use is gritty,
lumpy and bitter.
#mki SALT
lit the Rtatidby lit Canadian lioiuen, nmonor
Camida'H host cooks, It's tuire and fine nna
���won't. "sTalee", Equally good for the tabic, for
cooking and baking,      ** 53
the E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada
Washboards,   Wood Pails and   Tubs,
" Fibre Pails and Tubse
A young Brooklyn woman, who has
the honor of being tho strongest ijlri
fet her collego said the other day of
an affected type of culture: "
Such culture Is superficial. It reminds mo of Cornollus Husk.
Corn Husk, aftor his son's gra*lu...
tion from Harvard, gave tho lad.a trip
to Europo. Afterwards a frlond a^k-
ed tho old man:
Well, did tho tour improve young1
It cortainly did, was tho roply, Ilo
says I fancy, for I guoss, now, und
blouso for Lhlrtwaist; boots for shoos,
nut for Judo, bowlor for dorby nnd I
eay, for hoy.
Just In Self Defence
Bass Ashing was out of season, and
tho gama warden who happened to
find a small boy holding a rod and
lino, took tho precaution to satisfy
himself that tho string/on tho Band
held only catfish, porch and suckers.
But a fow feot farthor along ho found
a largo* black bass wriggling and
weighted down with a stono. Tho
boy's conscious look pfoclulmcd him
tho guilty person.
What aro you doing with this fish?
nsked tho warden In terrifying tones.
Woll, you soo, roturned tho boy,
blushing, but untroubled, ho's beon
taking my bait all morning, so I just
tied him up until I get through JIbIi-
T/tif one candidate on wliicJi all parties in the United States agrw
Let the combination
shine your shoes,
"a in x" is liquid
TiYTM ^ better shine in
]M B half the  time.,
*mt^t   m*   '   BBINim__* /"\      'I 4
W|| - Quick and easy,'
and paste combined. ^jJSJptftsi! tfik Bcst by test       * __iia**_iaimi_i_t___yi*!M_'_m____r*  THE   NEWS,   CtfMEMtAtfB,.   BftiTlSJff   60M?$rgjA,  -iaa.'O.-w;; s._n3iZ3-J -zszjg ���������^^^Ji___2^=''*-  TIib Cuni^rlaM Im  Issued  Everv   fu'^Tav'  by  the*  Comox   r%   Gur.-)fctfiri&tid  Pablishir, g   Cc*-' r>p-sv_j_#  This paper .*  responsibly f-r -.  ������������������������?, r.s.may a pp.  from- ttitiio to uu*.>  WEDNESDAY, OCT.  ' S>0' luIS  : SA YW &RB LANIV DISTRICT  IDistricb of Ssrywanl* Range .1,  TAK BT NOTICB that 1, EJinzeia  liannat-yby iqy agent, GJoorge Ver  dior, of Campbe-Si River, V. 1. occu  _ r j>a tion, mar r?etf woroaa, intends to  v-it, heM   -tsvi-'U-Ppiy for perrr.isafen  to   purchase  *>p?niona -.* i otH- ��������� l^������ foPowi������gdescribed*la reds:���������      ji  ��������� in its *e*' :_vf.n&\   tkramencing at a post  }>lan!ed f  near ths N. S.   corner ei lot 3511  tfonce sou Ik lO-ckauts SterJ* thence������������������  east iO i&ains (Itenjreiore or le.s tof  'he point   of ctmnrieneenieut con  !  twining 20 aeressCtwenfj)  UiOre or  less.  EL1N2BSA BANNA >r  Name of Applicant  ���������Date Mwrcfc 26tb, 1&12.  . Saywar.? Lir,,.. Disti'ttl..  District &.'���������o*nox_  TAKT**. NO TiC l thai- MSary Timlin, of  lund, Ci CoJjvur-'tiaJ n.>xacktt  wouvin  intends to appJy i."������������������������ per.iussitt-*- to purchase  tbe following '.-ascribed* t*nds:���������  Commencing, nt a (.v.;*   'Ian-ted  ;*.t   the  south-west corw-'r of ".'. L.  Ni'. 44338:  rherice north  So chains  tb  tess to'shore &*-e, tlsence ;>lonp tiie store f ^p,,  "I.  Sojiwaed i^tid DaJtrkt  District of Cost [  Take wities-* tlmt Isabel MeKen [  shce north So chain*'tl.'ince west 40 |ny. of Vancouver,. B. C. OCCUpa-i  nins, thenco south ;a chains mow ������w jtion. spinster, intends to apply for'  ,s to'shore &ve, thence ;>lor,g* tiie store | permission to tBtreliasb th* follow ;  iine #> cfcii-fl* mure on  less  trt p-lac-s of j ; ���������^ described fai,#-_ |!  >e������������inninS wiuainiB*   200 a^mbre-erf;    GemiWiieilvg/Rt a post   planted |  fcSS* f,-  sr^-r^rr-.**,^*-.., fcUtle  HVile  e������$t     ������f     illO      SflHlll-WCf-t   '  GEORGE VERDrER  Dwe August r*jtlir tgiz.  Sayward Laad Lislsict..  District of Cosnox.  ��������� TAKE NOTICE that Cliaries-Tisufin.  ���������������-. Lund, I*; C, occupation im*r.c!������an-t, in- \  trends tc .apply for  pmemissre-n "to  pur-f  t.h.ise theij.e foll^wr;.*.; 'a.esrnbed ftiuoi:���������  Commencing-at a p**fe. pl:*n!cd'ii*i Browns  Bay at itee north e,i3t corner of '!���������. L.  4j>3 146, .Hi-i-iKe  west 80 " cl-yiins, tlience  sonh sfch-.iifts.  tbaocs, 2^st   So chains,  to tlie slyircTr.ey;*.'. nee south 2.6*chains  wore cries*alo'nr s'>or*;' line  tr> place.of '.  beginning (coo-v.'.in'ng ;''<) acres more or ^  ������������������ te^s  ,    CEQRCE VHRDIER  Ayet-,'. fo*.��������� ;*hj"'i*les 'fhulifl  ;tbon**-   east   s9p* 'cbaiii!������.   tlience f  ;u'orth\._(> chains to point  of com- [  meneuBa������i)tr containing 32Q acres,  moro ov less.  fenbel. McKenny,  Name of Applicant in full j.  Ilt-i.bert Henry .Chestnut, Agent t'  Date March 12th, *1&12. '  Date August r$\b, i>F2  Savward La*-*.;.l l>istr.!:t.  ,,      District, if.'Como**.  TAKE NOTLCii that- C-eorge- Ye*rdi-  tr, of Liind.B.C.,. occiip-Uipn-  y,  jntentls 10 apply fo*.'Scrmission tc p������r-  c.!ttt������ tfc foilow'-i**; described*' l^nds:���������  ecjiiiniencin-s! a*.';���������'-.po-st  planted ;*������t   the  sioubb w-ist* corner; of. i;.ot *y,thco.ee no rib  ��������� Jj ch.iiiisjo the s-Vrose line, tb*?*ac������ follow  snij tlie shire lw*;^ivoiwid tbe%oi������-t*to the \  -���������fikce-oL-begitrnaigT.--^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Glifl>.CE"VF.kDiER, ���������  Applicant  D*ate Aagns-t 1*41 {a'. t$s-&  corner of Sot 550> the������ee \>*i't.t   80 :���������  Asfittt foe M;irv Thulin     ,    . '"������������������'.,���������        < - *  .,     .n     ,   .     -i  ^ ���������* Jdiafcus-r thence south   40   cliamg, (  /Sayward Land Bi-jtiiet  . Matriet ������si Cemos.  TAKS n������<tice*tfca������ Slinyrie Han  nan,     married     w-araan-     Camp  bell "'River,   'B..C,    intenda    to  japply for  peroa-ission  to  purchase  .the   following  described   land i1-  rCoaim>enci������g ai a post  planted at  the Wuith eaBtrCorner   of   L������t  is-**.  |3S*t, tbence Fouth to chiiins   to the  north west corner of Lot 876, then  ce east 20"chains, to the shore Hno,  thenee along, the shore Iii.e* io   Ihe  plaoe or co^iiiiBBencoment, eoatain-  ing 100 acres mortror le������s������  ���������;*^-"-:';BLINTRIE. HAINAN  __���������__A.-     -Gteorge���������Verdicrf-Agent"  JDut'ci^ July 22ud, 1912.  ,  Sa>",vii;:l Lsind District,  district cf Coa*i*j.*fc      ,  TAh'.R i'.OTlO'E   thai" Trcd'���������Timlin,  *f Lund, U v., b-xi.-i-itior,   ;;>t.rchant, m-  ���������*cni,> '4>n���������'*���������'*,'  tr.   periix'.nioii   to   our-  ������h-i.T<s,._. tiv.. ���������r.-.iio'.s'i.'-.j; de^.i'ibi. ci '.kind;���������  ������������������..���������rruv'.vci*���������'.���������; .'it ;*.  pi*������i -..'lanU;,! ;U tbe  ���������_).:-ih--'-.i'-:r   .iiw, of Tiint'ou;    L-.,n,e  Mo,.  3i85.|. tii-.i.���������*'���������-:   iVJJ-t   So   1':'!'���������'���������i'.x-i"',   thenve  *.oii:h S* ��������� '*:.i.*':������������������'���������;, ',!;eucc *. ,ist -in.chains' lo  ;iic t'"i'jfi ��������� I'-    ...iriCfi- WUwiii" shore  b.-ti nosvir *_>-.) cl:'.m������,  n>^:-.-. ork*.1,' to the  place of y:j.;in������!ri'j;* coivifuniutf,  64-1 acres.  ���������fliorsJ ("���������" lea**.!-  GEORGE VSkD-IER  ('���������iscit f v i''rcif.l Thulin  Date ,Tm\%:''f i-r- 19*2 *      "LlQUOl. t' JEHSP, ACT.'"  (S'cctKin .S.8'>  NOTlCii" '   hereby given, thnt on- lhe  j.iih day y'w-'lobtr  n->it,  upplicntion;  will be nv.de to *lw   Su'XniTtcadent  of  ?,��������� i.'i i,*:i il'.,ii' .- ' ��������� tb J '���������������������������i-v-fjr of the-  license .'*'s- t'w s;ue of lir���������uc?r by   retail  1. and' v^'i'   -i'" cp',      h.DwrniK the  Willows llaul.t'-'vate '���������������������������'--Campbell River, Hn;i* , t. tlm 1 ,.    ������������������'���������'.'��������� v'hniiunlhu-*  li i ai* 1  Kmei'son   I!i.t������- .m   to   Clni'lc.s  'Iliulin, of Campbell W;v.c/,  ni*llit?������ Columbia.  Uated'his r.itlnti, D*i>\)f, t.^-  ���������    TIIU I'.". .'. !'t.\NN.-.\N  I !'i|i>(-r-s dl  tff.lMIt  COUNT*COURT OF NANAIMO  ;HOLDEN AT -CUMBKRLAND.  Ia tbo goodfH of Juiaiea   M ur r>hy,  deceased! in fefitute.  TAKE NOTICE that hy order of  B������3 Honor Judge Barker made in  tbeaborocottrlon ths 4.th day of['  Soplf-ifber 19l2r the wick-Ts-ifirif-d |  v?usp v yoinled adtainistra'or of the  es*.v of Jaraed Murphy, di-  m.\ J, who dtfd ������t Rosk Bay on  M./7ih 1913, tritestalo  Jl (iccountsafjaiiiBt lhe estu'.o -  and nil necomits  due  tho  e4alc  must be presented,  nnd   paid,   ro  spectively on or   befor������  vho   J5th  .day of October l&l2  \y VV. Will.ml,  OffiScisl 'AdaavnisU'ittoj,  Cumboiki)^ JJ. ������  lv  1"  i !N  TrannfOr  .jif  I  1    . ,  ���������i������.  si  -'���������>"H  *  ', I*.  It"  iW  ::u  i:ll.  tti-.n,'"*  ti"  r.r  COI  *,*  4"  u,,..���������  1  '11 . ,-������s  ���������I,.  .Mtu:*  '.IV.l  .1   \V;ili*,(in  *,-.vt". tn'-  \ !-���������* t-i   np-  j.- ii'<*1i;i.*-X'  .'   I'.'.bdt'i;   ���������..;.!-tal -',0  '���������1 .'!!������������li'ir.  -,,''���������'���������>., lliun-  '���������'tiiitU  - . .iiiinsi  -.{)���������> poim  "nit,-iini������i<i  and is   l.iu*  COUNTY COURT OF N ANA IM 0  HOLDEN   AT  CUMBEHJiANi).  In the goorJa of AJbinn   Jiiurap*  iavrlubdoooftBcd intOBtute*.  TAKK NWICB ths������t hy order  'of Uiu Honor Judge \\t,r\:n\- nixtU-  In tho nbovo eotirt on the 4i h dny  ol Bepl-tmhur 1912, tho nii(hrf;l^ii  wan appointed ndtiiinl.itri.U-r uf tin;  (���������fllatJi of AlbiiiH Jniiznpovltch, du- ���������  1 t'a?ed,who wan kiIlinl at No.7 niiuc  jou May IHh, 19I'J, iiit������������lntu.  Ail nccounta nj'uiti������t  lh*i wtati*  'nnd ull  nccounlH   diw-   ih;*  aHuU-  nitml,hu prwentrd nnd jwi.l n-npec  tlvoly on or ht'lnru iho 15������h day ol  October 1012.  W. \V. WiMsAwn.  OIHchl Ad in in iri ru I or  Cumh)irliuid, B. '.),  ������m mwaa* t-.a t  1 ��������� I MstnWl tr'. 1  V.'j*  r.',u  _ju.s,...i.,  mtm*..m  ! "  -i'   '*������..'  Vlf  Wayward Lnnd TMiHrii'i,  DiHtriot of Wavwnnl.  TAKK iioti^tluil Nmliolii.i Ki������h-  ttr, of Vnnoouvor, 1.'. C, ot'ctipnlioii  clork, in'otub lo np;������ly f-������r j>,>riiii-'  aion lo jnirclmi't) Iho folluwing tie-  ui'i*his(l l-tn-U*- . f'.s.iii.i.if'f'.'.sf  ,������t  po������������t planted at thu uorth ������_*arit i-oc-  nt'r of 'I'. \t.'A2?i2,u l*iu������ Lot f'i'2  thonco ttiHt 20 cliuii,-. tlii-.icti iiaiili  lOohnliiH, ihwiiCH W".:*il, li> piiiiit of  itttcrfoctloiMviih V'f-'V. ?>���������''.'��������� ���������*, th*-*:*. |  -.������.' *>' Hi) co rtion-, thfe fiouru*- ;*' ������,'aid rivurtuf  ti,   \,.,.-[point ftfcrtmn,'..������*-.-'**.:'-!i', Kt*,;i t-,,i.  it*I*  i*.1* ft* ,l**:i*.������*1  !|1...   -  :,,-    Jo.*-':.      ,(|.is \  ........       ' ������'! il :l .* i-'i Wi.sli-   !. i ,*!��������� '. ������������������  '  . I, t.ll I  '������������������ ill ; .*������������������, 1     ��������� ���������'��������������������������� ������������������ .ii.ll,'  -.,       I*  1  i I !.,���������*'  ;-..'. A  s*l,     IIJ' I  ,    /    <<-!i,t  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think.  There is no better way of making the people think. of you   than  ���������by^placmg^M. A^  "NuffSaid."  Sayward Land Dietrict.  District ol Sayward.'  TAKK NOTICE that Murray  Gorlay, of Vinioria, occupation,  b)oker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  eucribed UuJj:���������  Commencing at a post planted  at the N.E. corrcr of Lot 376,  ihence we-.t 20 chains', th.nco  north 20 chains to fliore Hue,  thence following shore line easterly and Boutherly to point of commencement, containing 60 acres  more or less.  MURRAY GORLAY  Name of applicant in full.  Date March 27th, 1912.  Sayward Lnnd District  District of Snywnrd  TAKE NOTICE that IWy.A.E.  Wood, of Victoria, occupation broker, intends to ap;ly for permission  to purchase the following described  lauds:���������  Commencing at n post pinn'ed  at the S. W. Corner of Lot 165,  thence north 80 crnim-, thence weft  20chainBto shore, ihence nouthor-  ly following snore line to a point  making 80 chain? southerly, thenre  easterly following ehoie line to  point of commencement, containing 160 acres, more or less.  oPEUCY A.E.WOOD  Name of Applicant in full  Date March 23rd, 1912  NOTICB is hereby giveu that on '.he first  day of Decombcr uext application will be  ���������niide to the Superiateudf.i.t of Provii.cial  Police, Vicloria, fer tho renewal of the hotel license to sell l:quora by retail lu tne  hotel known aa the L-srue hote������, bituated tit  Oomcx, B.C. Gkorgk M. Barlow  Dited October 2. 19f2.  NOTICE is hereby given that on tbe  ;irst day of November ioi*"*, application  will be made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, for'a rene*Aal of the  whjIeAale liquor license upon the prem-  iscs'known as Lol 24, Subsection 1, Nelson Distrirt.  IMi-skner Brewing Company*.  DTte"d"OctobeT2liTd7i'Ji2  NCJTICU is lit roby given that cu tho  Brat day of December m������xt npplk*atqiij������ ill  be made to the Supo-intondunt ul Pro*, hi-  oial Police, Vict'isia, for a ^Do������nl of tbe  hi tei lmenso to Bt '. liqu* r������ by ittnil in  thn h<*tel kuowu ni tbe Union hutel, _[i-  unto at Uim, B.C.   John N. McLeod  Dated the 2ud day <.f Octi.lxr, IIU'J  NOTICK m hiiioby given tli������t on the  ilia day if Dicen.bor next appHo'-tkiii *ill  lw outdo to to the Sut'iriutetideut <*f I'ru-  vinoifd P( lico, Victoria, for 111 onew-1 of  tho hotel licenso to mill lisjuorit by retail  the hutel kuown nsthe CunrtfUity llotiu*,  .it.ntod at CourtoMiy, U.C.  John It, Juukhtox ..  ; Dated Oot..ber 2," 101*2.  NOTICK in hursjliy Riv n th. t ou the  Unit duy ot D^oombor next K|iphsj,ttlsju w  bu uiado to thu Superintendent of I'mvinuinl  L'oKop, Viotorin, for tho ifauewal of the ho  tel lieeuHQ to sell liqanrn by ruiuil   in  tho  hotel known as thu Kivt-<r<<i<lu huvl, sittnte  ,U Coiirieijiiy, U,C, 0, H. Kixunku..  D.tnd Outolwr 2, 11)12.  ������������������������*������tmmamam*-amamma*. m**********mm>*mm*m**-** ������_m������  NOTIOK U heiolsy ������ivou tlmt on the  llrntdty of Dooomlnr nuxt npplioatioi-i wll  be made to th't| Siiporii.toiidont of I'm-  vinohi roliut', Vio orin, f������r a roiiewsd nf  tlio luUl Hoodko to uoll 1 ijnorsi by retail  in the hotol known nn tlio Klk hotel, nitu-  nteil at Com> x, B.C.     Jihin Mahtim.  0������UdOuUburX, lUltf.  NOTICK i.v hereby givon tmil ou iho  flrnt day of I).)C������mbormxt nppliouti*m will  bo miulu to lliu Hii| eriistor.ilunt ft I'rnvln-  eiul l'ollm*, Viotoria, for tlio renew nl nf tliu  liotil llo.in o In Nell llijnoie by r������*tail j������ tho  liowd l:no*n m tlie Nol.on hotel, ultnutod  ut Union liny, !(,(!, John I'iuhkii.  n,t������l Ootsiiwi'iJ, 1012.  NOTIOB i������ hereby Klv������u ih.t on the  first dny nf f)au������if,b.rnixt ������pplUnt1>h 1 will  ho nude t������ tho Sujierint-nideutof Provincial Polico Vlcturln, tar a renownl of th  hotel lioonto to hoII liquor* hy rotnll in  tlio hotel known ih the Wlllown Ilotel elt-  untixl nt Campbell Itivor, B. C.  THULIN* UANMRK.  D������tcdOoU)bor2, lt'12,  NOTIOK Ih horoly -{iron tlmt mi the  HiHt day of Ui 0 in her uext upplieaUon will  hn ii-iulo to tlm Nnjiotiiit-usihuit of Provin*  clul Po'ioe fur tlie'ronew*] ofjllm hotel II-  ���������,it r,,.,  1,.  S, ' * ������������������,..���������:..,.,..,   I.  kuown 1111 tho Woi-idlum Hupping Ylavti,  *#ituntoi*ti Oy������tnr Hiv������*r, in tlm province of  lirltiish Colurnhia.     Aksib Woonm'*,  |)������ted OiHobur 2, I (111!.  Koi'ICK ii hereby u'lven thnt on tin  flrnt (Uy of D������e������mln!r next appllretf-inwiil  f*t* m������do to the S*i{MirinU*ni1etit ������*f I'r.vin-  ���������h.l I's.Jiee, Vttorlp, fortheretiewcloftha  li.������������*! lis .-* '.if' to f< ]1 ...jiii.r. !<)��������� le'kil j. the  Ilu!*! .:*.,��������� va H������ the U*ll*on ImUl, H'lUtmt  ���������it I'i-:!-;-! \.if Ml At.rrHrulti.is'vv I.������t.:**.  li.it'- I 1 h'f.',,., ", Hl|'.  .ji ,   iMixety   in*   ���������.tti'ifatiiJR i D.tt������ Attaint   2t< , liHi.  M;l;d. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   HaiTISE   CQLSMBIA.  tit  COUNTY COURT OF .-NAN-  AIMO HOLDEN AT CUM-  BERLAND.  In the goods of Oscar Johnston  deceased, intestate.  TAKE NOTICE that by ord  er of His Honor Judge Barker,  made in tho above court on the  3rd day pf September 1912, the  undersigned was appointed Ad  tninistrator of the estate of Oscar  Johnston, who was killed at the  Fraser River Logging Camp on  April 15th, 1912, intestate,  All accounts against the estate  and all accounts duo tho estate  muot be presented and paid, respectively, on or before the lst  day of November 1912.  W. W. Willard  Official Administrator  Cumberland, B. C.  in the ]_EWS  FOR SALE���������An "Empire"  Typewriter. In excellent condition. Will sell cheap, as owner is leaving the city. Apply  this offioe.  NOTICE ia hereby given that  on the first day of December  next application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial  Police, Victoria, B.C. for a renewal of the hotel license to sell  liquors by retail in the hotel  known as the Malaspina Hotel,  situated at Lund. B. C  FRED THULIN  Dated October lCth;N 1912  NOTICE is.hereby given ihat 30 days  after date application wul be made tp  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, 11. C.J for a renewal of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known as the fort Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox. Ii. C.  Amos Cottington,  Dnted Oct., 2nd, 19.2  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tbo great Uterine Tonic*, tuic"  ouly safe effectual MonthL.  'Regulator on which women oor  depend. Sold in thieo deareei  o( strength���������No*. V ft J No. I.  lOdcgrccs stronger, $3; N0.S.  for special cases, |5 por box  Sold of all drag-gists, or bomi  prepaid on rooelpt of price  / ^ _. Free pamphlet. Addrwat Tw  ���������9MHtoiluneaL.T0MIITQ.0NT. i/imarktWiiidtaf  COUNT!' COUUT OF NANAIMO HOLDEN AT CUM  BERLAND. N ,  In the goods of J antes Fitzgerald, dt'ceasfd, intestate.  TAKE NOTICE that by ord  er of His Honor Judge Barker  made in tiie above court on the  3rd day of Septum her, 1912, the  undersigned,was appointed Administrator of the estate of James  Fit/igMrnld, who was killed at the  Fraser River Logging Camp (in  April 15th 1912, intestate.  All accounts againt-t >hn estate  and all accounts due the estate  must bo presented and paid, respectively ou or iiefon. the 1st day  ���������of November, 1912. &������;������..',.  AV. W.  Willard  Oftid-d Administrator  Cumlwrlahd, B. C.  Wood's rkospfco&iae,  . The  G.wrf  Ritgli.ih   ltemi-il,  TnilCS Wld MlTigsMW w������ tUewl 11������_  jjiion-'ius Fratcra,  nukoa  ~\>'-~    -BL**l in jud Veins, direst ti-  ou-. Debility, MenUd and Jiram Worry, 1  ______     ._...    _. .11* _..._.      r_...-I.-,    c.  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it.  liOOMS for rent at Jtfariuelli'e  Rooming House, Derwent Ave  FOR SALE-Three milk  cows, first class milkers, also tw������-  heifers iu calf, graded stock,  three horses, two drivers and a  getieral purpose mare," age three  and lour years. Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.  . tuuv-L porlXlX. GiXfOFSki.    vnss nm^visavts,'  will euro.  Sold by nil arufnrifcW or mailed li  plain p*Bk. on reiseli* of nrico.  _Veu> paw-Mt  mailaifme.  Tho Wood Mad loin* Oo.  Uanaerlu tVttufaotr, Xtn-trntn, Oni.  Change of advertisements will  not be received at this office later  than u o'clock uoou   ou   Tues  days.  Union Steamship Co. of B. C. Ltd.  THE S. S. COWIGUAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  POWELL RIVER-OOMOX-UNION-CAMPBELL RJYER route  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p. mArrive Comox Friday 6 a. m.  ���������������������������   ��������� Depart 7 a, in!  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a in. (For Campbell River, way ports for Vatioouve*'.)  NANAIMO DKNMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive  Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 am. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without uot'ee.  DRINK  Pine Engraving  in Sepia of the  Borden   Cabinet  for Readers   of  the  ' 'News - Advertiser"  EVERYONE wants a picture of 'he i< e.nbers cf  the Government of Canada. Tho "News Advertiser" has had prepared for the exclusive use of its readers in this province a large engraved plate of Rt.  Hon. It. L. Borden and his ministers.  The group is redrawn from the latest photographs  of the eighteen Ministers, who compose tlie advisers of  His Royal HiglmesB tho Governor-General It it prim  ted in Sepia on heavy-board ready for framing, and  will be of the greatest educational value in the home,  the school and the library.  The Primis Minister, HON. lt; L. BORDEN, occupies a central position, and is shown standing at the  head of the Council Table, Seated about l)im arc his  colleagues.  Dimly in the background the features of Sir John  Macdonald look down on his successors.  How to Obtain the Picture  This fine engraving, of which a limited number  have been presented, will be pent  FREE OF CHARGE  to new subscribers or to old subscribers, who renew  their subscript ions f������'r one year ($3.00)  For out of town subscribers, the picture will be  tubed at'd postage prepaid.  Non-subscribers may obtain copies on payment of  50 cents. If maiied 10 cents extra for tubir.g and  pottage.  Applications and 'remittance* (cash must aecomp.  any order]  must be made to  TheCkcuhtionMamger  ii  us,,  .1  Sa-.Kard Li".  !?"���������  O-airK   u* .Say.*,-��������� J.  TIKE NOTICE '.uri..n*iiME;ti  Danbar,  of   New   York,    jv .w     fo.*  j ooc*a-ur;t;.>ii cVk, in-end lo &u, I, ;**.*��������� 1 e.  jiniiwou  to parobsst   ihe, folios,Ug ..���������>.  cribediland:: OmmeQciug i\ a pu* t vented at ..(���������rJl-i.rmrt corner of lot 5������0,   *., _r.ae  norih 8f.< clui::****, tbttf-a  reel 83  QhaimS,  thenoe south B0  chaino. th**.:**   ������w.t  80  chaiDB to poiut of coo motcerufnt contei������i-  inj 640 news --my. jrl***.  CXUS.TING STUART DUXBAR  l-'iakor M.Gaskin*. Agent.  Date June ?3nl, 1912  Saywirsl La d Distiict.  Di*i* ict nf S������y wart.  TAKE NOTICE that John Ar har Oaly,  of New York, New Y*rk, i-Crtipnti-u flerk  intend* to B'sply  for pemiivsisin to *j -.ii*  ohnre the  full wing  U<:s-.rtbe*d .aiid*:���������  Cotr.nieooiiig at-   a   post plank d   nt tjio  8otrth-c*at   corner of Le&es 46.   tbeooe  ���������outh 80 chain*,   thi'ncw  tetat BO ctini-8,  xh.noa noith   SO t*Vmin������,   .h.nvc   east 80  '.i.!.i;ud8 to point of conimei.e* aunt co������t������i i  ing (540 aores ntra or 1^8.  ,TODN AHTHUIl DALY  Fisher H. Cm-kita*, Agert.  Date June 24th, 1012.  The purest and best BEER, and  made iu Cumberland.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guosta.  The Oeutial Hottl for Sportamen  None but the Host of Wines and Uquor**  at the liar.  KATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,  Prop  ���������?"0-   '       o  I  I  fl  ti  a  <  I  il  I  Union  Motel  J.   N.   McLEOD     'Pizoi'KiEror.  Kngllsh 4 x BURTON alw������yi on tap ������l������o, the f������mo������i MILWAUKBE  BKKRS-Anhei.Ber, Buhumian, Sohltz, ko. "OLD OUEY BKARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  Tho Hoarding and Lodging l)< partinent. under the immediate superintendence of Mm  Davit, will bu toil!-d First oliuu in every retpout.,  11 ATES,  91 oo per day upwards.  CU  >   'S   ^  \^     cd    __\  UC  rt  s3  s  _������  P4  8UBS0R1BK FOR TIIKNKW8  ONLY ONB DOLLAR A YKAll.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rati  way cars of tho Union nollicry  Company by any porwm i������r per-  torn���������oxcept tain crew���������Iij otriotly  prohibited. Kmployeoa nro tmb*  lec todiBtnliwal for allowing nam-  n By ordor  W, h, COULSON,  General Manager.  OLI) NEWBPAPRRB FOR  8ALK AT TH18 0PFI01C Jg$  NOTICE.  To whom it ntty concern:���������  This is to notify the public  thnt all freight charges on bonded gondii cleared at Union Hay  for the t'oiuox Valley must be  p.tid before good* can be forward  ed. By order  Canadian Colli*-rics Duustmiir)  Co.  TENDERS will ho rocolvod by  tho tindei'fcifjiHHl up to Nov 15th,  101,2, for tlu* piireliaaii of Oak-  bunk Frrm, noiiHlHtlnrr of 15 fu.i*.*������,  with ���������sslx-rnottted Itciuno. bnm nud  stable. About one half of tlio  Inud it) cloaied, about an aero of  fruit bonrtng free* iu tho oroh-  nru, 1 iie property is in a very  desirable localiou, about a mile  and .1 halt from tho village of  Courtenay. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.���������  John Munhku..'  i������mamm_vtmm**a**w****m*w*-****-***>**m������*^^  It ymi w.int anything in vtliiei, tint  cm**, or trunk*, Irj Tht IJij; Store. The*}  havMht Ur-gtM end most mmp'eie ai������  mrt'iiiciir, nt tli** most if *t������owib.e price-*.  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES!  And all KITCHEN tlUTBNSILfl  Sportsmens Goods  nud  General Hardware  NOTICK.  NOTICE Is hereby given (Imt  she general store huRinosn or Dun  cau Bros, has this day been sold  to James H. Parkin. All accounts due the late firm must he  paid lo B. Duncan, who will settle all liabilitiea.  C* * ,t fl ,,.f ������������������*.*������ \\f\, * fi (       Y fvT  *  NOTICE  A n  Vancouver*,  MOVING?  Pianos and  Fuuniturk  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHAIIDSON ft ilAVWOOJ)  PHONE 5-7  Wiudertuee Ave.  ORDMR9 TAKKN VOU NUT  COAL  ���������������>������������������������������������������.������������������  Bay wind Lan-i Dlitriat  District of S*y������wd  TAKE NOTICE thitMVUJiim John  Whittitff of Now York, N. Y., oocup������tlnii  tnolnivr, iuten^u ttrap^y tor peuntalon  to rurcK������-������ the following diworibed Uodat  ���������Ooimiwuolng at a pout pUntal 00 thuins  wnUi nod 80 ob-tia* (*.*it from tho north  eut ooruer uf lot 679 (oa pott CJa) thenoe  north 20 ehtiru, tin noe went 80 ohttiae,  thenoe eonOi 20 chain**, tlimioe oiut 80  china to point of M-mmeiKMinent ooo-  taiuiaff 00 ocuiH more or low,     -  Vt'iitUKU -anu Wiutxno'  Fi������h������r M. Omklm, Agtut  Jhti-JJuneaarJ. 1012  Sny ward Lunti District.  District oi idaj*ward.  TAKE NOTIOE th*it Wflltcr B������<J<*I!  Dfty of Nev Yisrit. Kew Yn-k  oecupatiou kNirer, ijtt-ttda to ������i ply  fpr pcraiiasiou to kurchrt������e tle fol^vri->f  doecrilW laade:���������Ounioei ri i_r tt v. ivt  plnnt-ed ISO vk.ina wert li-sI 10 ch.iua  nurth of tbe snattW.i-ot Ooni<?r ul L<*aa  IQ, thi nee tooth SO tskains, thfi.ee ti,t 40  chain-), thenoe u^ttb 80 bl-Htq*, Uim co  vest 40 ohaina tu point of co_.mm^:so mai.t  containing** 320 nciea more or.ietr.  WALTER BKI'KLL I������>^T  lfi*har M. Oidk-u^, Ajuu**.  V.teJnnyZith, 1312.  8*ny������������rii Latid l>i-;trir;t.  Ul^**et of Si.-wurd.  TAKJ3 NOTICK that Ohwi*������ Pttt^r ������������f  V������uot������uvcr, B. C; o������eu{mJ.i*>n oontrno?er,  inttDd-i ^o apyly for twrmi-r-piou t*> ^ur-  4}\msp i[h������ fu11o������inff ^ML'������>bosi Win. i���������  Uimmeiyjing ot a pott j������7:-!ii������t tr, Uw  -js>iith eoet owaar c' Iot������7t, ty-.e!:r;> v.*v;:  Ki chains, ihenot' qonth y������ o!i'.ic������, ^h^.4.0  (M_t 40 ifbniitB, tliei O dot b 8J &,mu_ ft  win*, cf ocwrnenc^nient o-iEb-imng _^i}  term mure  or la������.  F'Bher  M. lla&litm, ji^srut.  Datad Jan. 10 ta. 1?12.  S*ywvd L-ind District  UUtrct oCSayard  - =TAKJM_iOT!Ci: U������at iiyrdv-BonaetteT-  "t Vnosxiuver, oooupatiuu   Nur*c, iutrn-iw  to epi'ly fer p^t-.nio������\o*i to purch'k*  tht-  f.Uowica d<3scrl>ed l;ji������l������i--()oran*K-r������m������>g  at * post planted itt ttsc   nbtt^ cqst Qo-itn^r  ot Jwt 584. theuce ft������it   4l> oUaloe, thwioj  llwaoo norlh   .0   ehoiug.,   tho*<M������   vvs*e.  40 (\h.������i)P,  th")u-c '..titti  40  obtica   "���������  -.loiutof  eomruuuce'ii'iifc  o-.ntju-jitig   IHO  aurisS more or i-';sh.  Si ���������; in it. Ji������v?irn*i  Fisher M. G^kiii.*,, A^'srtit.  Dutod Jnne 10th, 1913.  8������ywnrd Land Diatriot.  DiHtriot of CUy\������ftrd.  TAKE NOTICB th������t C������mrhe Unary  Beet, of  KewYork, N. V'..  oooupetion        ^.^ MW^:i,mm tt g  mlmm, mMi 0 ������pi������ly for perwU.km      k Untrf ���������k ^ ���������     # mi o{  to pMiobiN (he foUowInc MM Unci., (tlMsnMlh v^     .^ ^ M m   u  Snywnrd Ln������d Diatriot.  'Dirtriotof 8.*iy������ar<],  TAKU NOTIOB   thit n.cry   AlfrM  Ha.B, ofNetrYork, Ni<wYork, oooupiti-  oiicliwtrioinu, (uioa<Vsto a,,\j forpenuU  ���������ion to ptirralB-ioe \n purobr.-e t'10 follow ���������  iug dewribed laod*i���������(.'oinraonoinu ���������( a  Oouiinenoiiiff at a px_it iiliutted ut tbo  north-out oom������r of lot 53-', tlience north  201'lmltu, thenoe w<iHt 'JO ohainu, thon������t  south 20 ohJi'N**', Uieoue t*at SO ehuin* t'i  |>oiut of oomtUAiioemont oouUiuing ib  tiorva more or Iom.  CHAftLBS HRNlty UlSHT  Pinker \l, Gsuklu*, A������* nt.  D-tsi June 20 Ji. 1012.  0miamaM*a*aatamm_aa**maaa*am*i**mi.*i*amii*mmmmmmmmmmmil w tfim -|ii*W||>  RuywAid bind IMetriAt,  Diatriot of Knywanl.  TAKE NOTICK ttatUoorgo Btuoke, of  Nu*' York, N. Y��������� ore<ip������liou OMginacri  intonda to apply fer tomiiwlssn to por*  olmao  the following dimerib-������d landai���������  Oommar.eiof at n peat plnnU-d SO oh������lna  aouth of tlie north-enat oornex at lot Ui,  thenoo onst SO clmltu, thenc* nortli 40  nhulni, thenco  wfli-t SO  clulaa,  tl_af������.o  Itoittb 40 chiOjii to jwint iil oon.niHic<i-  **A?*\* cfV**-^M'*'" ^0 iX"?-'-* Da'T. cr ]\'**~  " tsKMlMIW' OTlU'Klf.  Pushwr M, (.JiinUiiu, A)iont,  n������teJuno]l)UulUI'J.  i I *"' *���������'���������'  "���������   r*���������-**���������  *| ft       ft*. M(*i rm    f  *���������'"*%    -mlmfml.**'^  \  roinuving or taking nny blocks,  tlntlwr yr wood, of any deaorlptiodn  xilonglng to tlio Wellington Col.  ilory CJo'y., or from or off tho land  of tin* ttnid OoiDjuiny, or onyoun  flppinj*; ruhWjdi of jtriy dewnrlptinij  ftiiywhero upon y*e wmpany'a  land will Iw pro^ontod to tlm full  oxt������'i>t of the litw.  W. I,. COULSON,  (it'item! .Mftiiugor,  Wullinjjtou Colliery Co,y,.  1, ..���������....������ r,  ,J* J  *% mii ���������>������   kt**  ���������'-   -- **_������������������*&*��������� -  Diatriot i������f Btywartl.  TAKE NOTI..K 'hit Oeorge Clmrloi  rttonn, of Now  fork, K. Y., oooupation  ulerk. hiteod* to apply fur |>erinlMio*i  tu  Iturohiuo tho fo1'<uii<|{rl4M0lllHNt lniid.tr���������  Comtuocolng ul *, ������������������������* i-*liwt*._ <0 ch-ltt*  noit and 20 olmiiu onrth uf Uio nvrt1' *t'ii������������  jsiriii-r uf hit W,i\, Mirtuw tus������i, 4D  - Jhmip,  thioeaecoth  2-)tsh������m*   Uihiius ������r������t 40f  thai 1.8. llnw������,*i n *nh 2fl c''#i'i������ to jo'ut 0']  uuromen^matt ct<nuluii>t( SOttiesi ni'iru  ��������� r Um.  OFX)UUKCIlA!tLK1HTONfi  Viahrf M. thB.lia, Agoiit.  Dufti Junn Vf.fi, 1013.  40 obalns owtf thonce 40 oliaiua north,  heuce 40 ohalna weet, thenc-* 40  chaiua  Kiutli to point, s>f cwmtncnc-ciuMt oontdn-  Ing 100 aur������a more or Isfta,  ]lt������mt Kirnxiu Hum  Y'i$\x** ll* Gaklai, Agont  DiUd^uneWth, 1012,  Sayward Lwd Diatriot.  Dlatrot of 8a j ward.  TAKK NOTICK that Wlllkm Jfuhu  8������lrtf������o, Va-fYwlt, N, Y, oaoopaUqo  olerk, intoudi tn apply for p^rukilcn to  parohaat th������ following tbo follow log dw>  ���������rib d laHsiii-^CuMoiMoolug at a poat  planted 10 chnlua aoulb from the aoatk*  ���������aat ooroor af lot 570 (on poat AJ4J \htw*.  nortli BO ehnjtu, thanaa aut 10 ahnla*,  thouoo aouth 80 uhaJna, tlrnu*) vmt 90  ohalna, to point ol oomiioooemout oon-  tahiing 040 acrt-o mora or l*M.  WU.UAM JOHK HITLUVAM  Vii&ust VL (loalitiu, AflAet.  DaU) Joqo 2Ut, 1012.  Sayward Limi DulrU,  Diatriot of thywwd.  TAICU m3T!C������ Ui.*-* Vs'iiu*i_ Aug*i*������i,  Uliohod, nf   Now York, N. Y., ooou-pa-  tion dark, inUmdn to apply (or pormlnaioii  to pnrohaMi  Iho   following   tWriluwl  Sayward Lund Win trice  Uia-riot ������>f ci'V-waixl  TAMJ*: NO IIUK th.t Joecpti Homy  Beor if New York, o6cUpiti<s>i Balttinni*,  inttnda to apply for pwiuidfi-m to ,m-  <h������w> tlio li;ilu������ing diflcribi*,^ laude;--  (���������oiunuuoiogat h jioatpUattid 00 chains  wont nnd ten ohaioe north o( tho v������uth  cutoornur of 1 u*e 40, theueo uorth 20  cliRiuH, thonoe enot 20 oiiaJun, thenc ecu lb  20ohuiijn, thuaose weat20chainp to p.uirf  of oontiuencomout oont������.isi'Hff 40 iwree  moio or !������M.  Josai'H H������khY UiBi  Piaher M. (inakiuti, Agaut.  Dated Juno,28tb, I Oli  Sayward Laud Diatriot  Datriot af 8ryw������rcl  TAKU NOIICE that Jtu.ru Jtooard  Dono of Now York, N. Y��������� oooU{wti<^n  Tt'uahvr, intendi. to apply fpr poi)w������Nioa  tu purabiuir* ti������f fol'owion doaoritrail land*:  ���������Otiniii <������in.liig et it poit p'ouUiii u.t tho  north cunt conw of lol 5W, Onmot nurth  80 ohainu, tlwroo west 90 ohftiud. tlienv*  south HO cluiuu, IheooA eait HU ohaina to  point of ottsirKineoai-riit I'outftiiiing 010  ���������on* more 01 la������n.  Jill UK UtaH Uiil Dvkn  Fiahnr M, Gitliioi, Agenw  Dated Juno S4th, 1012  Baywnrd Un<J Diutrrct.  Dklriot of Hay-mrd.  TAKE NOTfCE tbU .loho Uonattl  Uyaa of Now York, Now York*, ovulation broker, iutanda to npply (���������" p<-rtnli������Nw  to purohiae tha pnrohii������o tin following ���������*������������������  wis 1 hed landii���������Cotniijs������Bulng at 0 p"it  planted at tha north*aaut viravr tj Um  north east quartor of lot Ml, Uiooeo ������aa������  H/0 chaini, thimoo north 4D ^tuina, tluuuiyi  wiot SO uhalaa, Ihoooo tooth 40 attaint to  jwlot ol ooaiuemxMiaatit eoutol'.tng M0  aeroe wore Or teat.  FiahwM.������������/kJn������. Atf������ot.  Ihtu Juno Uth, IP1 'I.  Suywurd Laud t)Utjr*iot.  l)l������trict of Sitywttrd  TAKE notioo fJtwt J^hn  Cm*  i������idy.    of    N������������*    Y'v**''    N   V-,  occu|)utiQii    Fiviii.au.      intan-fr  to opply fur jM.������n*tifi������ioii tv por������  cIibbo   tlio   follovrlog   dofccribod  iai)0i>r���������Couiiiiuniiiig   nt a   poat  pluuted Q0 chaiti.i aoidh   nnU  SO  chniiin onat uf tho norlh conier of  laud:*-Oommcne{n(r at   a   pnat planted'lot CHI, tllCtKH* Wtiit   DO uhntlll to  aOoMmNoUtid 40 rhniij norlh cf th J ,    ,   j       f., ,      m    ,-  north-woit w������ri>i-r t.l k>t CsM, th������ur������wn*t, ��������� '  60oh*������namor������orlooa,  lo lot SAI, thaena Hmth HO cliuitia,   thenoe  (*Rt 00  40 ohiine Kiuth   nlong rwt Iwundnry   ������f  chains, tllt'liCO llOfth   80 <;h������iltfl tt  Jot 651, thrnco east 50 chaina more or U/r'     ,  f ���������f mwmmin..*A  <ymttx\\l  to leafif 46,   thi*nn* nt.rth i* chaina  lo  ' .  (���������olntof cooinnin-winenl contntuini; ;.';w ,���������������������}? w{'wewt at'������r������ or l*m .  atxtat moro nr lona. Jot* C*S������lMf  WILLIAM ACOAPPT lHWirftrP ...h*r   V- 0*-l u.n   ' "������������������ *  FUhi-rM.'Juikioa, *.,yi,'.,    , u_.tlU\ -,,.,.,, tji\.     i.v'j  D.taJun.aHh,iW9. f liat-d .* 1111MOU, }>**i. THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. I*  American and Canadian  Scientists tell us the common house fly is the cause  of more disease and death  than any other agency.  Y PAG:  kill all the flies and  the  disease germs too.  _^m\2_  With   tho Ebb Tide  They wlio are young have all the hope  and cheer,  Because their course is   with   the  flowing tide;  But those who sight the end of their  career���������        .  Ah, ..who can tell what   hopes    in  them have died?  How Time has wrecked their castles  in tie* air,  They, and they only, to the utmost  know  Whose prospects once were very, very  fair, *  Because,    indeed,    ambition,   made  them so. ,      .   >     *  From out out lives they slowly slip  away,  Hardly observed, in silence, one by  one; *������������������_.'"  Even as slowly, at the close of day,  Behind  the  hills  drops  down  the  golden sun.  They drift from native shores as in, a  dream,  Their thoughts and faith upon the  other side, *v  And yet, how brave the dear oil vet-  * erans seem,  Whose  fateful  course  Is  with  the  ebbing tide.  Mlnard'a   Liniment  Cures   Garget  Coyva  In  WINCHESTER   GUNS   AND   AMMUNITION  Tho   First     Choice   of   Experienced  Hunters  Name over the prominent hunters  and explorers and inquire what guns  and ammunition they use, and you will  find tha4: most of them use the famous  Winchester guns and ammunition.  Why is this? Are such experienced  men actuated by sentiment in buying  their shooting equipment? No! they  want guns and ammunition that they  know cau be depended upon, and in  making such a choice lies the reason  for much of .their success. They select Winchester guns and ammunition  because they know they are absolutely reliable* Then, too, Winchester  guns"and ammunition are, made in  calibers and sizes for all kinds of  shooting, which gives a full range of  selection. Another point about Winchester guns aud ammunition is they  are moderate in price, although unsurpassed In material, workmanship and  finish. Tho oft used expression  "Shoots '.ike a Winchester" indicates,  the general opinion held of Winchester firearms. , It should bo a guiding  stone in selecting an equipment for  fall hunting.  Growth of the Game   ,  _.._.Ba$ehall is adopting many innovations.  What now?  In   addition  to  nine  men^playjn,*,.  "baliritts now "considered necessary to  have  a couple of conjedians in uniform on the side lines.  What for?  To detract the attention of opposing  players.  Um. If that's the trend we'll soon  have a female sextet.  TORONTO WOMAN  WELL AGAIN  Freed From Bearing Down  Pains, Backache and Pain  in Side by Lydia E. Pink*  ham's Compound.  Toronto,Ont.���������"L*at October, I wroto  to you for advice as I was. completely run  down, had bearing  down sensation in tho  lower part of bowels, backache, and  pain in tho side. I  also suffered terribly  from gas. I took  Lydia K Pinkham's  VogetablcCompound  and am now ohtlroly  free from pif.in in  back and bowol.T*jnd  am stronger in ove?$,  way. I recommend Lydia E. Pinkhnm's  Compound highly to nil expectant mothers. "-Mrs. E. Wandby, 02 Logon Avenue, Toronto, Ontario.  Consider Woll This Advice  No woman Buffering from nny form of  f������mnlo troubles should lose hopo until  iho has givon Lydia K. Pinkham's Veg-  itablo Compound a fnir trial.  Tills famous remedy, tho medicinal In-  frmlicnta of which aro derived from nntlve roots nntl herbs, has for noarly forty  years proved to bo a most valuable* tonic  and Invlgorator of tho female organism.  Women molding In almost ovory city  and town In tho United Status boar  willing testimony to tho wonderful  virtue of Lydia 13. Pinkhnm's Vegotablo  Compound.  If you have ihti slightest doubt  Unit J/ydln 10, Pinkham's Vcjyeta-  hUi Compound will help you, wrlto  to Lydia IJ.PInkham Medicine Oo.  (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for art-  vloo, Your letter will ho opened,  rend and answered by a woman,  and held in strict conddenee.  NERVOUS JREAKDOWN  Usually Due to Overwork and  Worry���������A Tonic is Needed  Overwork and worry give rise to  nervousness, sleeplessness, headaches,  lack of ambition and lack of interest  in your work, weak back, indigestion  and sometimes a complete breakdown  of the nervous'system. On.every  hand you find victims of this kind and  often they do not know what to do  for themselves. If- these are your  symptoms you need a tonic, and the  only way to tone"��������� up the nerves is  through the blood, Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills are a direct nerve tonic because  they' enriclU and build up the" blood,  and it is,through, the blood that the  nerves, are fed :��������� Under their tonic  influence nervousness, with all its attendant evils, disappear, and the worried sufferer again enjoys health and  strength...-��������� Proof of the value of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills in nervous troubles is.giveri by Mrs. Lara Scheving,  Lundar, Man., who says:���������"I was attacked with nervous trouble which almost drove me to distraction, j. It  would be almost Impossible for-words  to describe my condition. Tlie least  thing would startle me and leave me  trembling for an hour. I had nervous headaches, and slept very badly  at'nights, some nights not at all. My  appetite grew poor, and I was really  a physical wreck. I had been to  several doctors and had taken many  different medicines, but without any  benefit. Their I read of a case similar cured'by. the use of Dr. WilliamsV  Pink Pills and. I sent for a dozen  boxes fully believing it would, take  at_least^that_many_to-cure-me..-i-You-  can judge of my gratitude, however,  when I found th#t after -using only  half a dozen boxes I was again enjoying the best of health, and have since  remained well and strong. I used  'the remainder of the pills among", my  children when they seemed; out of  sorts, and have found them at all  times to be the very best of family  medicines."  You can get Dr. -Williams';. Pink  Pills through any dealer in."medicine  or by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,, Brockville, Ont.  Puwle;  Find the Dog  Solemnly the clock struck eight, Mr.  Smith jumped up from his chair; Mrs.  Smith had been expected at six p.m.,  but had not returned. ��������� Feeling nervous, hor husband rushed to the tole-  phono ami called up the police.  What's her description? asked the  constable.  . Er���������or, stammered Mr. Smith, about  tho average, ,  What wns sho wearing? camo tho  query. '������  Er~-I think a coat and skirt, but  -don't know tho color.    She had a dog  with her.  What kind of a dog? asked tho officer. "        - ���������     '   ,  Back camo tho answer, pert and  pat:  Brlndlo bull-terrier, four dark patches on body, shading from .groy to  whlto, round, blackish spot over loft  eye, whito snub ot a tall, throo whlto  logs, tho whlto front ono nicely brln-  .���������tllod, smnli nick on his loft oar-*-  -..That'll do, gasped - tho policeman.  We'll look for tho dog.  But just thou both Mrs. Smith and  (lie dog turned up,  All Night with Asthma. IQvoryono  knows -how attacks of. asthma of ton  koop tholr victim awnlto tho wholo  night long. Morning finds'him wholly unfitted for a day of.business, and  yot, bUBlhoBH must still ho carried  through, All this night Buffering  and lack of rest can ho avoid od hy  Iho prompt uso of Dr. .T. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Uoinody, which positively  dooB drlvo away tho attacks,,,  Use for Chinese Temples  In Canton and Honan thoro aro a  largo numlKU- of tomploa to tho memory ot numoroiiH dollies about whom  nothing x:: vory littlo in known, and  the only thing ono ovor hears ot thorn  hi onco a yenr, whon tho prloHtii aro  celebrating tlio birthday of tho god or  other foHtlval. Tho now government In of the opinion that, without al-  lonatlng pnhlio opinion or causing 111  fi;i.ll<iK n.u") of Uiuoo twiiplci could  hi> put to ii uiuoli more .i.u*ful purprw*,  by belt)?! givon Into tho hands ot tho  educational' commissioner to turn Into schools. Tho matter Is receiving  attention and Uio funds hitherto paid  to a number of lazy priests and care-  ..J..,.*.* Im Ui Ij*. vlci.iU.d Ui cUuciuloii.  Also tho many colobratlonn hold on  tho birthdays of tho various gods aro  to ho oancblloil and tho only festivals  of this kind to bo hold aro tho Confucian colourations,  ������������������nfcm*ii������������������ i.���������������������������������hub inwi.i"���������M mam  Buffalo Furs  Out in Western Kansas one still  frequently sees an old plainsman drive  into towa covered with a buffalo overcoat or a buffalo laprobe in the winter time. __ However, buffalo robes  are becoming very scarce and in a  few year j they will entirely disappear.  There was a timo when Kansas furnished buffalo robes for the world.  No well regulated ,family on an Eastern farm was without one. They  were not only very warm but reasonable in price.  It was the Kaw Indians who first  marketed, buffalo robes. Later manufacturers,; seeing, the vast profit in  them, made'* them by the thousands'  and supplied the .world: .But the  ���������manufactured or patent tanned robes  didn't last as long as the, robes tanned  by the Indians. In-fact,"it is said  that the robes i,now in service were  those tanned by. these Indians many  years,before the white -jnen began to  tan them; .*,.'���������*..'���������' *'���������"*��������� :~'':'.i     '  The Indian women did the tanning.  They ; fastened the green hides to , a  set of frames just tike' grandmother  u8.ed_.to fasten her quilts to. wh������n' she  Tna'deTfhem. "The squaws would then  take a blunt instrument, resembling  a hoe, and- work .off all .-.the.; flesh and  membrane,, from the hide.���������-'.}.-'��������� ���������'..'."';-::  .They called it fleshing. Then  they would rub tho skin for several  days with a heavy, smooth surfaced  cjub until'-.*all the .grease had; been  driven.out of the hide. They used  ho chemicals at all in tanning. Only,  hides from buffaloes killed late in the  winter were used in making robes, as  the fur was then heaviest.  Before the Kaws threw the robes  on the market they used them ln making mocsasins and winter clothing, also for covering their tepees. But  when a market was established for'  them and the Indians could get- real  money,.,or real food or real whisky foe  them, buffalo tepees soon disappeared  from tlie reservation.  Useful In Camp.-���������Explorers, surveyors, prospectors and hunters will  find Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil very  useful In camp. When the foot and  logs aro wot and cold it is well to  rub thorn freely with tho oil and tho  result will be tho provontlon of pains  In tlie muscles nnd should a cut, or  contusion, or sprain bo sustained, nothing could bo better as a drosslng  or lotion,  Keeping His Word  She���������My husband promised mo that  I  should  novor hear a harsh word  fixm him in all our married llfo, and  I novor havo.  He���������H'm long havo you been married? ���������  S.no���������Lot mo soo.   'Just two,dtys  and four hours,  illustration   shows   ������ine   of   the  styles of body  oor Light Delivery  Car,  22 1-2 H. P.  4 Cylinder  4 Cycle  Water   Cooled���������l-  Motor  Wiih  Dow  v  Magneto  Price of Car with above body  lettered as you  requite $1300.00  f. o. b. Clinton.    Get Catalogue and information from  CLINTON MOTORCAR CO., LTD., CLINTON,ONT.  Or STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  J  For 8ervlcea Rendered  Proud and pompous, tho doctor was  strolling o*own tho stroot, when ho was  aecostod hy a poor woman.  (lood-mornlng, sir, romarkod tho latter.  Good morning, madam, replied tho  medico,  I expect you'ro mnklng a good thing  out or attonfllng* to that rich Smith  hoy? BiiggoBtod tho lndy,  Oh, yon-, a fairly good foe, ropllod  tho dootor, soniowhat angrily.  Woll, Whispered tho lady. T hopo  you won't forgot that It was my Wllllo who throw tho brick that hit-lilm.  Protecting His Stock  ��������� An Italian who kept a fruit stand  was much annoyed by posslblo customers who mado a practlco of handling tho fruit and pinching It, thereby  leaving it softonod and often spoiled.  Exasperated boyond onduranco, ho  finally put up a sign which read: If  you must plncha da fruit���������plncha da  cocoanut,  v   urclarH's      ,  o o 0*0 o o ������ ������~o:  Backache Means Your Kidneys q  Apropos of tho numoroufl accidents  that befall foreign submarines, Low-  In Nixon, tlio ..eminent shipbuilder,  said at tht- T'nlon olnb In.Now York:  Two French government' olllclals  woro onco discussing naval affairs.  To what account, said tho first, had  onr now "lilnviirlTtoi, tlm Y'tind YT  host ho charged?  To. tho Kinking fund, ot courso, was  tho reply.  Mlnni'd'e Liniment Curet Dletemper  Littlo Jack wa-s struggling through  his homo losnon and thoro woro many  signs of woo and porploxlty wrltton  on his Impish young faco.  Ma, ho hogan, In rath or a quavorfng  volco, whnt doos hor-o-dlty moan?  Mothor wasn't qulto suro herself,  hut was eufflclontly artful not to say  so.  Woll, John, it's���������or���������It's something  to do with what you got from your  fathor or mo,  Littlo .Tank pondoroil dooply Jor tx  fow mlnutos, Htiddonly a look of  knowledge���������tho outcome of past unhappy oxporloncos���������appoarod on his  countenance.  Thon In whipping horodlty, ma? ho  afsked.  .   Difficult  Mr. Asklt���������And how do you liko  keeping a diary?  Miss G&bbolgh���������Oh, It koops mo no  busy writing about what I hnvo boon  doing that I do not havo any tlmo to  do anything to wrlto about,  Want Help!, q  The kldnoya nre nmonu tli������ mod ImportMit or_t������nii. _^������. ^  Thoy nro iijonI aubjeot to jjisrlosjii of doprenNion, Imporfeot C_Z__  notion nnd lowered vitality. Invariably, tliey give warn- ^m*w  jntt, in tlio form of bneiknolio, lionikohe, -pains in tlio -������������������v  Joinl-t, ota. Wiso jicdjiln, cnrftftil of tliolr heulth, aot <<������_������  qulokly whon any of tliomj nymptomii nppoar. Carolcw __[  or cany-noiim; powionn nfton permit a alisht nffootlon of f ji  ._ Jno kldneya to prow Into acute or chronio kldnoy trouble, mmm  O-, .   ,    ,    l������norin������ the plalnly-Blvcn warnlns of tinl>i������nltliy kldneyo, m-m.  ���������P���������mpy>������lpl������Blv������n innotfvftkMneyaV m. CJ.AKK'S flWIiCT NITllH >Q  , ,-���������_     ylLLH,  'Ihey cloan������o, tone, mlrmilate and rootorn tlio kldnoya tn normal vigor ^nw-  tJ    ������n quiok tlmo,   Sold everywhere at fifty eontu a box or mailed direct by    4-t /**-~\  ^^    THE MARTIN, BOS.H A WYNNE 00., WINNIPEG, OAN.>���������������  Never, no Never  Conduotor���������Vou'll havo to pay for  that child mum,  " Faro���������Indood, I won't young mnnl  I novor 'ovo yot,' and I ain't n-golu'  to hogln now.  DODD'S %  Orny���������Yor, sir: It la pwcloiifl hard  to collect money Just now, I know ll.  Hrny���������Hnvo you tried and failed?  Oniy���������Oh, no.  Ilray���������How do you know thon, that  mom*y Is linr I to collect?  r.cs'<.iv*.uu*ii  The Judgo���������Havo you anything 'o  say as to why sontfiiico of tho court  should not bo passed on you?  Tho Convicted���������Noforo yous do dat  I'd Hko to submit do auoatlou of mo  guilt or Innoconco to a volo of do  pooplo.  Ts your daughter going to prnctlco  on tho plnno this afternoon?  Y(*s, I rhlnk ho.  Woll, thon, I'd like to borrow your  ������ru"p��������� Ih'cnuf.o 'un'ontl pooplo havollnwn mower,     I've got   to cut   thol  tried to collect off uio. ' grass some, anyway. '  ' * ra H 8 H 3 H  $j, PI LLS  fi."   ������    a     *-*  Olaf Larson, working In a waro-  Iioubo, backed Into an olovator fihafl  and foil down livo otorlos with n load  of boxes, Horror>strlokon, the othtir  omployos' rushed down tho stairs,  only to flt?d him picking hlmsolf up  unharmod out of tho rubbish.  Ess do boa mad?'ho whlsporod cautiously. Tal' 'om Ay hnd to como  down for nails anyway,  Qualified  Lu jou Kuow tno tiuturo ot an onto,  my hoy? nrdted the Jmlirf.  I ought to, sir, ropllod tho boy. 1  wan caddy at your golf club ono son-  oon.  . Amazing Man  Ho's ono of our moot successful ft- ���������  nanclorj,  That bo? I didn't know ho wn������  rich  ITo isn't, Hut ho'fl supporting $,  family of flvo on twolvo dollars ���������  woolt.  Honjoy���������How aro you getting on  with your writing for tho mngazlnosf  , J.'onley���������JuBt holding my own. Thoy  iiond mo back as much as I send  thorn,  A little learning Is noldom as dau-  gerous as a littlo Ignornnoo.  =J  Toll mo, eaid tho cufitoms Inspoctor,  ha,vt) you any thing Uuimulo concoaU'd  about your poraon?  Woll, camo In a weak volco from  tho palo passongor, If I nwallowod  anything of that sort I can nnsuro you  that I havon't.  CLEAN   HANDS  Matchmaking Aunt���������Woll, Mr. Airy  Btill talking of providing my aloco  with a gilded cage?  Mr. AIry--On tho contrary, I was  nnklng Lily how Bho would llko to  fly with mo,  Aunt���������Oh, I seo; * aort of aoroplnno  woddlng,  IBc ��������� Tin.  D6*'������li*tlisM������f(w.lr<'a-������lth������fli������M*������l������IUtlft������  Wk. \i XU OniOINiT. test IlKflT IliNn  OtIANIK. Will nuoie iriate ami italat  ���������IftUtdaii. THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. CL  4  DIRECTOIRE TYPES PROMISED FOR THE FALL  are most at ease when gowned ln moA-  ���������rately clinging skirts. But ln connection with'-skirts the latest tensa-  tional model ln tailor mades it tho  "jupe pantalon," or pantaloon skirt  This recent-Parisian caprice has little  in. common with the erstwhile harem  close gatherings at the waist line, confined by small buckles similar to those  used on a man's trousers. At each side  of the aklrt Is a pocket, and to complete the resemblance to masculine attire braces fastened by buttona back  and front hold up ths skirt  This costume, needless to say, will  be adopted only by girls who go In for  extremes lri( dress. And tho wearer of  the "jupe pantalon." when sitting  around at her club, smoking .cigarettes,  will look at first sight like a man ln  ���������hlrt sleeves.  TRAVELING SUIT FOR THE SEPTEMBER   BRIDE.  THERE, are two styles predicted  for fall, a revival of the dlrec-  tolre types /and the pannier  modes ��������� not, however, the  pannier of olden times, but the new  pannier of 1912, which la a strange  rendering of the original Idea. In many  _Jns tances_.lt _looka_only_lil_9_. an, over.-  ���������klrt that is turned over and fastened  down around the hem���������an Inverted  bag, as It has been called.  Women have been so devoted to the  long, slim line that, as a rule, they do  not welcomo with any degree of en  thusiasm the Idea ot being made to  look like bolsters with strings around  the middle, which undoubtedly is the  silhouette presented by the ultra pannier skirt of today.  "Give us long, straight lines for our  tailor madea and we'll submit to dra-  -pery,and_.hlp-effects for-our less formal  costumes," said a woman recently  when Interviewing her dressmaker  about the ordering of "a few fall  frocks.".,   . :_*,   ,  This opinion will bo echoed by the  majority of women, who look best and  OIRECTOIRE-MODEL-IN-WHITE-CLOTHi"  skirt of fame except that .the harem  had the bottom of the skirt, while the  "Jupe pantalon" gives us the top of  the same garment This latest development ls a skirt with a aeries of little  With this garment Is worn a shirt of  white percale, perfectly flat and plain,  with long sleeves, wristlets and a high,  stiff collar���������in fact, a man's shirt in all  its unadorned severity...  There ls, however, a mannish shirt  that ts going to flgure this fall conspicuously ln the wardrobe of every  well dressed woman. This shirt ls  mostly made of white satin and, as I  said, Is extremely mannish in cut, after the masculine dlrectoiro standard.  It shows the long shoulder lino, .long  sleeves and a deeply opening Jtobe-  Bpierre~eoliarHfin1shed~with���������Plaited  frills. In many cases quantities of  buttons are used to outline trimming  edges on this new model.  A delightful shirt of this character Is  built of pale gray satin with scarlet  pipings   around   the   cuffs,   down   the  front and about th* slanting armhal<_3.|  Tiny scarlet satin buttons set clone to--.  gether follow the line of pipings.*  White satin shirts have smalt crystal  buttons, and a fascinating trick playtd  by this new shirt la the opening for  three or four buttons below the Robespierre collar, a shirred tucker of flesh  colored chiffon being worn In the opening This gives the waist an unusual  appearance until one discovers that  the effect is "faked,"  To come back to skirts once more,  there is every reason to believe, that  plaits    will    be    Introduced    In    the  straight,   narrow   tailor   made  models.  Some of the plaits appear lya  panel  arrangement at the side and others as  a   back   finish,   but  In  every   instance  they are pressed or stitched very flat,  and tho 6*kirt does not measure more  than two and a half yards about the,  bottom.   For dressier costumes the accordion plalted'jupe Js seen even now,  on   Imported   frocks   and   In   Us   new,  guise ls scant and clinging.  Then there  Is tho plaited'underskirt; almost a ruf-'  flo effect at the bottom, of .a skirt; t\y  about two feet deep,, with a pannier or  tunic drapery at the top, that ls a very  favorite style just now and Is a  particularly good model for silk and thin,  materials.  One of the newest fashions tor lata  summer nnd early fall combines three,  or ���������more materials In a' gown and always two or more colors. The Urigerlo  frock seen In the Illustration, with Its  dark taffeta coat, Is an example of contrasts In fabrics, while the blue serge  Illustrated Is a study In color effects  Very simple In lino Is this coat of  green and gold taffeta worn above a,  frock of cream net. The coat Is almost  a straight tunic, with Magyar sleeves-  cut in one wjth,the garment, but thu  exaggerated collar and cuffs In "rich  cluny lace lend-it much distinction.  Rows',of tiny green glass buttons aro  set; on the-lace as an'. extra trimming  touch. This Is a French creation and',  accompanies a lovely lingerie frock of  net and lace. The skirt only appears  ln the.cut ;',-���������       '*>'"   ���������:,.*���������.*.,���������"./. ���������;-'-:,'���������'*  The colonial colors, navy blue and  buff, are represented ln: the dainty little autumn traveling suit "of navy blue  serge designed for a September bride.  The; coat Is gracefully cut., and the  wailking skirt Is short enough to reveal  buttoned boots of diiII calf.  Among the Illustrations Is to be  found a type of the dlrectolre costumes  that are promised for fall. As you ss-e.  It Is the masculine rather than tlie  feminine dress of the dlrectolre period  that has Inspired autumn fashions.  This suit Is of white broadcloth, and  the dlrectolre coat Is worn with a belt  of empire green leather. Embroidered  white silk gloves meet the slashed  ���������leeyes. CATHERINE TALBOT.  Butterfly  Effects  -���������pHERE Is at present a craze for but-  terfly effects. The design flutters  on parasol tops, on smait veilings and  Is worked ln wonderful Iridescent effects on tlie new trimmings  The winged favorite ts used also aa  shoe buckles.- brooches, coiffure orna-  mentsrand"beautifui~design9"a"re"~seeri���������  In enamels and small diamonds Black  satin and velvet butterfly bows edged  with brilliants or colored stones are  lovely. The material Is slipped into a  frame, and thus any color can be added  to the diamond's rimmed bow.  SOME  "DON'TS  WHEN  VISITING  ITVHERE aie girls who always appear  x to get moro invitations than they  can accept and who are asked to tho  ���������ame houses over and over again, whllo  other fair ones, Just as charming and  delightful to all outward view, never  by any chance receive second Invitations,  Tho popular visitor Is a tactful Individual who ha? the knack of so merging her Individuality ln that of the  family of which sho Is a temporary  member that Bhe scarcely seems a visitor, yet she never makes tlio terriblo  mistake of usurping family privileges.  Bho Is not lato for breakfast or .any  other meal. She does not glyo orders  to servants or ln any way attempt to  change tho household routine,  When ahe la.askn)*} where she would  like to go or what she would like to do  she answors frankly, There la nothing  moio Irritating than tho "Oh, I don't  caro In the leastl" or "Whatever you  llko" reply, The desirable visitor exercises hor tact, however, In this as In  all other things and takes care not to  suggest fatiguing excursions to a hostess loss youthfully active than herself  or force a host perhaps not too well  dowerod with this world's goods Into  needless expense, If you desire' to be  a pleasing visitor don't bo too energetically bent on "helping." If you keep  your eyes open It will Boon become evident If thero are small services you can  render any momhor ot the house-hold,  liut the girl who Insists on cooking  some particular dish or "doing tho  flowerB"--ln both onsen requiring half  an hour's -attendance getting hor properties togothor���������Is an unmitigated nul-  tanos,  Don't monopolize your host'* special  chair or u������o his writing table without  hla direct suggestion. Don't litter the  living rooms with your posnosslons or  leavo your own room untidy, Don't,  Just because you nro visiting, sit down  and expect to be entertained all day  long. Arrange to go walking or "write  lettors" in your bedroom for an hour  or two a dny.  Rernombelng these things, you also  will bo of the visitors whose visits, unlike those ot angels, are toot fow and  (ar betwoon.  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa  JIGRACEFUL EFFECT j  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa  ���������THH new scarf arrangements are  really so elaborate that they become part of the bodice trimming.  This Idea Is carried out on the gown  seen in the Illustration. The long drapery of black silk netting Is studded  .rtWOsSs..'  ���������    Worth Remembering  rpo cultivate laughter. A good laugh  r* Is hotter than medicine, ns a rule,  To atwuys keep your troublea to your-  liift, Moat people nre too buoy to bo  t>olhetod with or Interested In your  ���������orrowj,  If possible, to learn how to tell a good  ���������tory and In this way ainuue and entertain others.  Xo ������*'. nUji������  L.j   tii Ivv'.. v.������   t'i4  ut'b'vt  ���������Ids of life. Bee the good In people  and things and overlook the bad. Wo  tan always find something thnt t������  good, evVsn it at first everything seomo  utterly bad.  It you are suffering, ito try to hide  ���������rout* aches and pains under a bright  ind cheerful countenance, and, It pes-  llble, a sunny smile and a hearty laugh,"  U will help you aa much as thove  ground you.  That a god. humored man or wojnan  Is llways welcome, bul ��������� doleful on* Is  never wanted,  BE CAREFUL IN PRE-  PARING VEGETABLES  JF vegetables not quite fresh are  brought into the kitchen there Is  no hope of ever restoring them to first  class condition. Even good vegetables  will not be at their very best It not  properly cared tor aftor they have been  received.  Most housewives think that washing  vegetables with water Is the last word  In carefulness. So it Is If the water is  above suspicion, but when water Is not  considered safe tor drinking It should  be boiled as jvell for washing vegetables as It should be for family con-,  sumption. : ."���������,.'.*  As to the best way of washing vegetables, a few cautions will not come  amiss. Somo peoplo never eat asparagus at table unless It has been prepared by some ono who ls careful, as  they do not enjoy biting on sand Tho  cleaning ot this vegetable requires  conscience as well as tlmo.  The bunch should be placed, heads  down, In water for Borne hours and  should be shaken bnck and forth to  dlBlodgo tho purticlca of earth.  Spinach Is anothor vogotable which  requires tlio very boat attention In tho  cleaning lino to froe I.t from grit After tho roots havo been cut off It should  bo washed ln a number of watorn and  lifted out of tho pan each time tn loose  handfuls beforo the water Imn boon  drained off.  Celery and lettuce nnd other salad  plants, eaten raw, must bo washed  with especial care. Thoy should be  searched with particular caro, loaf hy  leaf, for Insects, washed In sovornl wa-  tors and then wiped dry with a clean  cloth and put In a cold plnco to become  crisp, Otherwise these vegetable*) are  not worth eating,  M       IN   THE   CULINARY   WORLD  m  Grapefruit Cocktail,  QUT a chilled grapefruit In halves.  With a sharp, thin knlfo remove  the seeds and cut out each soctlon ot  fruit Serve the pulp with the Juice in  dainty glasses. Two tablespoonfuls ot  sugar and one tablespoonful of sherry  may be added to each glass or either  or both may be omitted. Another  method Is to take* grapefruit Juice or  lemon and orange In equal proportions,  tt Is then sweetened to taste, flavored  with maraschino and diluted Just before serving with charged water nntl  put In tall glasses with some of tlio  grapefruit pulp and a "maraschino  *chorry.'    *  ���������        Refreshing Beverages, ;  Any fresh fruit makes a delicious  drink at this time of the yenr when tho  Juice squeezed from It. Is strained,  sweetened ond filled with cold soda, or  aerated water, Or a sirup cnn bo mado  to be kept on hand by boiling tho Juice  wltb sugar. To make the drinks use  a few spoonfuls ot this sirup and fill  the glass with water, plain or carbonated. The most delicious lemonade  or limeade can be had at a moment's  notice If the juice of the fruit be kept  on hand and mixed with sugar to taste.  It is simplicity Itself to pour water over  this, and the drink Is ready.  Spiced Red Cabbage.  Shave a medium sized head of/ed  cabbage and soak for half an hour In  cold water,' then drain as dry as possible. In a saucepan melt one heaping  tablespoonful of butter and one tablespoonful of siigar, one,teaspoonful of  Bq.lt, one-quarter tehdpoonful of pepper,  six whole cloves and one-half cupful of  good vinegar. .Add the drained cnb-  bngo, cover and",cook slowly,_.then simmer gently for fully an hour and it  half.  , Light Corn Bread.  In the evening put In a mixing bowl  one pint of flno cornmeal, a scant ton-  spoonful  of  salt,   a  tablespoonful  of  sugai and a large tablespoonful of  shortening, either lard or lard and butter mixed. Pour over Just enough colling'water trom the kettle to moisten  thoroughly and no more, Cover'close-:  ly and .lepve tor the night Next morn-,'  Ing add two or three well beaten eggs  (according to the season), e half cup-  fulof milk, one pint of sifted flour and  as much more milk as Is necessary to:  make a thin drop batter. Pour Into a  well greased shallow pan and bake  twenty-five minutes In a hot oven.  Boston Baked Chicken.  A chicken Is cut up as for fricassee,  and to .etyih pound of the meat allow  two tablespoonfuls of flour, one scant  hnlf teaspoonful of salt and a dust of  pepper, Mix thoroughly and roll each  piece of the chicken .In tho mixture.  Pack c'osely in n large bean pot and  cover with boiling water. Bake for  threo hours and a hnlf. Cover after ten  or fifteen minutes, hut not before It  bolls. Serve In the dish In which It la  baited.  THE  OCEAN   TEA   PARTY  t&i  NEW   METAL  SCARP,  with gold beads, ond the length ot .tissue Is wrapped first nbout the bodice  In souavo fashion and then brought  from the back nnd twisted ovor the  arms, whore the long onds hang gracefully. Such n Srnrf Ih ndnntnd to n  groat many different troatmenta, all as  cucsjUvu as tlio one pictured.  New Christening Gift  rilFTS (or bnblos are so otten silver  VJ cups and silver rattles that a nice  gut, auu tit the btuno umu u, u,������<__ui oists,  Is a relief to And. However, It really  Is to be Iind In a box which holds six  little pairs of baby shoos and two Iltllo  pairs of Bilk socks, with one pair of  knitted bootees. These are arrangod  In a box which opens with a drawer.  The little shoos aro pink, blue tnd  white, nnd two pairs are shoes, two  pairs are soft kid moccasins nnd two  palia are Utile Hllppars, uo Hut the  baby li provided for literally at "every  step of the way," Three little satin  sachets are also In the box, and tht  entire sit may be had (or |!L  Sure Cure For Dandruff  pOUR ovor Ono heaping tnblenpoon-  *** ful of fuilpluir one quart boiling  wntoV, Keep In nn air tight vessel for  twenty-four hotira, then drain off the  clear portion. Hub Into the scnlp every night until the dandruff dlnnppcnrs.  Whllo treating tho scalp for dandruff  It Is advlsablo that one be very careful  about the shampoo, Tho following  liquid Is excellent for this purpose,  leaving the scalp beautifully clean and  the hair ns fluffy as one could wish:  Hont the vnlk of nn* #(ri! Info tin* nlnt  hot rainwater and add ono ounce rosemary Kplrlta li.iii tiiu mixture well  and uao It warm, rubbing II woll Into  the scnlp nnd over the hair. Wns* In  several waters and alt In the tun until  the liu.tr Is dry,  *    i  s<>    "U.yt.  '_���������      !> *  /���������*  *i,'*ifX  w^iiSSWWWWi  jbct- ������  A Dainty Collar  rpo wear with colored linen dresses a  x sailor collar of sheerest mull It  mont effective,  It requires a half yard of material.  After cutting tht collar out finish the  edge with an Inch wide (rill of finely  plaited not  Cuffs to match may bt made with  rounded or squat* comers and edged  with plaited not  If a touch of color Is desired a row  of fesllieritltching where tht net la  Jelntd to the collar tuppllti It  MIHH NIUULL AND HER   PRI&ND8   PRINKING   AFTfcRNOON   TEA,  rpim very latest at tha mshort Is the  x ocean tea party. Ths vary original  Idea ot entertaining friends In this  unique fashion was conceived by Mini  Charlotte Van Courtland Nlcoll, a New<  Vork society girl, nlect of Dt Lancty  Nlcoll, the famous lawyer.  Miss Nlcoll, who It spending tht  summer at I������ong Beach, N, Y��������� Is an  accomplished swimmer, Finding that  this fascinating sport Increased her  appetite to such an extent while In tht  water that tht was obliged to satisfy  tht "Inner woman" before returning to  tht hotel, tht Idea presented Itself of  having afternoon Ua served In the  ocean.  Miss Nlcoll outlined her Idea to tht  hotel carpcifter. who built t seaworthy  craft with a high poop dock to hold tht  teacupt and commodious deck spact  tgiwnrd and midships (or plates o(  sandwiches and cakes.  Everything being thlpahapt. notes  were sant to sever.\l of Miss Nlcoll's  friends Inviting th#m to bsr Ont ai������nn  tea party. Afjtr twimmlng about for  half an hour Miss Nlcoll and bar.  friends Joined a young mutron who was  pouring 1st hthlud tht ocean going  tray.  Thlt party proved such t suer#tt  that tht fair hostess Utauid Invitations  (or tn "ocenn tea* every Friday during*  Auttuat at 4 p, in  Tli* making of such an orean going'  crnfl  Is  nulla  wlihln  Hint  provim-m  of  tli* sninteur cari**nt*f with a luro for  rmutkul ct'n*M/-m.i/is������> ,*-*  !���������������������������������������������w-n^i- ���������������*>' ,-* i.u .^>_*^_i n..^������-,s>^iw.^jr  TSftfi STEWS, CUMBIvRLAifD, BJimsSL COLimBtifc.  _.-._���������> <w������i������-s������|1.������|liiilinlneg _c*���������HP-ii-fci. i i'** ia-'*n<iiati%i<># .  ������-iinwufc������__(i'.t--.-*^iv)E *.1-^J|[<, j������r-:-T.������jj/��������� .*_ ������_ii(������3i *- s������������t-ioa*i> jswvui  ������ill  ;   yj    \ irit-Hi,  ! . *w.  i *c** ' -  MM*js .������.������.> t'.UVtjg J  u  THOMAS' CROSSING Cumb������r.ai-ul, B.C,-  .^iilni-y. U.C. rhoiu* !���������' 36 I'lionc J3  (&?������������3'3<sSS\s^ ������<?-S^^(8Xi\������X*A^^^  Crii'-y JilaitA'M-s from  -33,75 a pflir  ~\Vliito lllnnkt'tti   4,00 ft puir  C**i::fu tors from -$"1.78 eaeh and rip  A new Stod; of Extension TsMss, Parlor Tables and Chats of  C/^-11^^: g& kfcds, jissE r������������c<Mved ----^Z^^  We always c*.-r.y :. iV;' sl^r't oi' Beds an;! BctMing,  5f*r:::<y :'.*:J RteUressc**  !'   vs**t:t'; !ru-v*.' ���������md i^ n,_^s? '<*''xi 11.1 ��������� lis.*.-!.  rA!.I,---.\N!)    INM'KCT TllIiM.  S. NAKANO &. CO,  REAL BSTATE AGENTS  |]   IIisad Oi-fion 51.8, Fir-guard St.  VICTORIA, B. C.     [\  I  *)  ���������^  ������.  -icycle  ^110  1"  fl. H-sk&nishi, Prop.  4^S"H"^���������^8���������*'H-JHfr���������2*H������������������S,  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  *���������**.' .������. ** ;*jw v������������*c> ****r?*'. ������������������*��������������� t m._ ������  $ew Playhouse to  **���������**.-,������������������������ w-Mr **������*-������* ^*>**^V������%a������t,-^^aa^-si*Mi-.iniilWiswsiiia������i������ %at-������������a.i*.,\^a\%-'*iirnmx-*tt*-*M>^  \RRl.VArv   AND   OKTART-  UREOF AJLAILS  ��������� j  m lUmmz 1 mme  Dej.ai'turc of I\Ta'M5  rn.e*?day ...... ...... 7.15 p. m  o,cyo;-s   -Un������.������:.nou-sly   Declare-^^V fmol SaHird^*,.. .I|u m  ... tin* -Nniije^-UroiiKe te     j     -;- ���������   j'^,. .S.jSv\Cowie]uui "  ���������,of  Mr.-Simon LoiEcr'to JKpiid'iv 9  I-i*  t>lac-.;il 111 Fovo.i'  jSund'iy...  .........., .  !     Comox lutdDis-triet-  . _ p. 111.  lu l.i-nor of tlie   pi*- ini*.���������**,   Vie-  r.:i'< it- \v 1 1 *yhoiiH> whirl) i*ho*;'  y* \--..i\ '"h iiiid.r couioti,Ui..*!o,i. at  Vyii ;giito'*i und Ulan*, bar 1 .sii'cet--',  ,viit be nam;:d  the MclVd..: t. <:*a~  ir-.    That'tlio splomid  e -*v. c.s   ,\reJn,lsdRySj Thursday*  pf   the jiroiniei'o to the   \  uescLtys....... ....... 12 15 p.. 1.11.  tflTPV" ���������l^'^"'1^^*'^^VV^w^*>^KsV'^������^^'^   *-m~-^oa^^j^ttry^^  f"   MAROCCHI BROS  .     GROCERS   &    BAKERS  f,\  | ���������   AND PROPRIETORS   OF  "{        OUMBERLAIND  BOTTLING WORKS  I Bicycles, Sowing Machines,  (s>  _  Guns,EtCi. Etc.  Plumbing Done.  I   W. Copp's -Famous Stoves & Ranges.   %  0    Stovepipes etc.  rriiM iiwuisii i_msw^sii> nitsiin  P.O. Box 360  Telephone 7-0  iiiiii!i!!iiiiii!!iitiii!i!iiiiiiii!iiii:ii!i!::ii!!:i:ii!i:!i:i.i!;i!ii:^'i!:!i!;i<i;iiii!!iii!i!:ii:!������  S (3  ���������Vcdiiosday and Friday i-oO p.-in  Arrival   of Mailri  i1 iii.*-.-:day nftonioosi,'* Yv'yd-  ���������   .net-day'ai-.d Friday nights j  r^  (���������(iinox'.iind ���������D'is.lrict���������*'  Agents for I'ihener Brewing Company's BliHR 4  Wholesale  Dealers  in nil Kinds of %  Wines and Liquors. j,  'SECOND   STREET ]  *������   ������������������.'���������'"      ' n>���������{  i_������jjijh sins ihMWK iil it 1 is hi   , iti ��������� ii_i iw 111 ma i*fn sii>n n������*m ir- n in n    1  !*p  .���������r.jvina  ��������� 1-niild bo so.recoguiiied vas d*.;tei;  :*. i M*.! vfstordav' aflenioo!! by un-  .; ,iMii-'Uv.viMt. of tlm .direci.ors" oi  ���������_���������' .t ih.* trj compitny, the ); _ej iu^j  -jl-* tliu u������Mi)pai;*y'$ offices in tin.  1 Vint .es'loir 1'ioclc.v  H'.iior.vvfts.done nnothcr di-^lin  .������������������'li-rliad   eiliz*nof   lh������   proviruc*  Q *  o   '" ' ��������� *   _ .     * I  .'.v.ii-.*i', agaiit by unaniiiioiis *vo!*c*,.  jt Ayas ordere-i; that ,a bnst * in,  lyinf.-'.ii of Mr. Simon Lei. .v be  t,pUrei at-siOfno '"puint ol" v.unta^e'  ���������i * iii*.*' fo'ver\i iho tiie.-ttrt!.'  and Saturdays  Per S. S^Cowichan.  Fiiday afternoon and  Sundny mo.rnin.gs  ATessrn Hardy and BiVcoe, Anc-  tioneers. Courtenay, liave. received instructions to sell at public  -luction: early next* month,'25  choice residences lots ne;/r .Comox and overlooking the bay;  Ter."ns and ��������� particulars;.' may he  had at the auctioneers, Courteti-  *'V,    ���������'���������     ".:���������<���������       ''''.,,       *      ' '".     .      '      "' -,,,'-.  I ���������' ;"H   ill- KB  fi   M  61      JY.i      p"*   l_  ^ m -hi U 8 U Eil   kn_   s& a  [censed Auctioneers snd Valuers.  in Stt^  trotpttg  GOVERNMENT ST. VICTORIA, B. C.  'Complete Stock- of l>Ye Oide Firme"  je.' r^ d;  62  YtTe havo a liirge niunber of enquiries i'or acreage in  Comox Viilloy ; if you have anything to sell, LIST  WITH Uri,  .'������������������..-We are AUCTIONEERS  SEE Uj3 if yon .want a sale and we will arrange one nt  the s] ort' -1  possible notice ami get tho BEST PnlCES.  QQUBTEllAY,       ' ' B. C.  __-.-&_nT_iMA__*__r_.-_rt\4_~_aan. tr,-^������4Ti___ru^t^*_i_^%i.u.m-_������___at'ta_^j3m--.__m^ \_i _-_. _.i_. .-->���������.-_* _t~x .*_ -.i.:--.^.-, ^ti*j  A;,   deputation     composed ' of  I'a-'i'iii.on,   bringing    with   hi.  Vest's j. N:.   McLeod, T. E..TJate  Ifessrs  Geo     Petti ,r< w   :*a: d. .ipp.'iirited to.go to Vic'oria lo in-  Davisl Irving,   national yrgamz- J un-]cAV ri*omio:* .McBrido, in tk*  e;r:< for   the United  Mine. W  ers   of A aeiica,   anL-ed in  city on Wednesday evening  "Tb.v. meeting of the thentre :iir  y. ,o:r-, w.'ts ciiled for the   |u j>ose  ,o't liiseiiisiii" tinallv the plans  for   , .   .   .    ,     rT  .    .,,.������������������,���������.,,  ff*. playhouse   prepared bv"������l^ ^ ,n;'..t,,e Ui^^ ^ok-yIlift!cy0r rstilway   extension   to  ^���������d.[tcc������s,   Messrs Roddbi't and  ei"S   ���������������*.������?������<*>   am.-e������ih   the .0.���������iib������rlui,a  'S-i'key,   Mr,   AVilliam   Kingslev,  ���������s-sociaaj architect,   ariived i:i tht*  if von want-  .enay,   B. C.  On November 5. Hie Preside,>  nl  tal Kloctirn will take   place   in  -:,c:i ciianges in the general plans the Uniled S'ates>    ^a11 Strcet  a-   l.o   had   to   6iifftn'st.--T.it������e"b;t1,"!Jlon-ll,e   eJfC icP  T������"   ll e  ,     .,       .','   ,    vs 2o li iiii**t. was 1 to t. on Wilson.  w,to agreed todu-artily by 3W,  -Usl on Taft> 4.toJI'ou Roo3e.  Rochtort and   sSankt-y and  a final,'    -t  fl ;'������������������,!.t      ol   ll)(_l     l>l.l'IS   ',Va.-j      Oi'dei'C'l. ]  mBm%^nBm-m-cv!m*i*!-mmm������?r,  ,cn i.'tniction   will   I'c   le"un   as ,  , , ���������  ___.  ���������'( ')]i as thjs    dl'.iU    is    e Hip i'.letl : |_1_ "tKcsBaa*-iiJKaiM*a^ If?  f? . c-������������n    a   t7*--\ nm   _i ./p&.  cs������?*, ru    n.   _\  V} /Pns.    jk 1  [(���������.-.-i^.-p. i���������,-������������������_;i-^<-.T.-i������-r snsvr^t -Tw^Br-^--__ *i_.-"'frt t.j ���������_rw*_if_*.tiA**'.-i  LUMBER  SEH   US  Coniox Sawmill Co., Limited.,  Comox,   IL C.  '^'^^^?'1S^^^Y^l,,?"^*r^"���������1.*'5~^?^^,T'?^^^,^������������������' >TT\T '^^y--T-an**ai^^***eaia Vamuajtia  m. ���������.._-**_*___:_.-_; .,!__JM���������.���������5._^JM^���������.������������������^���������.^���������.l>���������.vll_^���������:.^l...���������K^_ ,-_���������i__������_:i^. ^.v_.-. Ti....>-,i ji * a������bjjs CrfZAaKll  Dominion. Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Vlctrolas, Gramophones snd Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICK LISTS.  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  S  is  S  a  _  5Eis^ti__51S___2i2������3ih^  809 GOVE^iHEff STREET,. Opposite P.O.   VICTORIA, B. C  _i  rt  _  {"j_"L_/L.4lVll    O1^3314     j  Show of  Fall Hats, Auto  Bonnets,  Chl!drenss lists elc.  jl>*^ ssst-s*. ������������Ji.|*#'P   ��������� w*^>������������4_-*_.  ^TJinifliiifiixiiniirai^^  ^���������.���������-!aii:sii:i:������ii!:i������s!infli������!i:iiKii!^H!;-a���������  |^Ca^al=PaiO'Pi_IJ_(000,OnO, keeenre-gl-rfiGOTOCO-i-  j"  The P-yal Bank of_Canada;   |  1 DRAFTS V --'iiD IN ANY CURHIiMCY, PAYABLE ALL 1  1 OVER    TIIK    WOULD. |  I SPECIAL ATVKNTION paid to ^AVlXCiS ACCOUNTS A ii.tM-c=t |  13 ut highest Cnrn-nt, liatts ail.iWid on i.'t poidih* of $1 nnd upward*-. |l  J3. CUKruar.LAW^, 3   0��������� Brunch, Open Dnily. S  ^  ��������� UNION WHARF, B. 0.,   Sub-Vracli, Ojioii ThuTgdays |  ,| D. M. MORRISON, Mannger. M  g OOUT..TENAY,   U."0 ,    Branch,    Open Daily.  I WM. KOPP, Manajter.  %iiiiiiiui;iiiiii!i:i:iiiiiiii!iii:ui!i:;iiHi:ti:ii;i!ii:iii!ii!it:ii������i:!!i:n!iiii!iifiiiiii!^  wwniiiM wmm^^-tamtm&i^t&atti^r-wvZJLavu.* m ^SJK>������st.-Ji:v"������*TjM������v������E^_; ;��������������� *u.*v*-*, -m j.������������U.JM������r -���������--.*?*��������� ������-4**_f %>awm. * ������ ^7*���������������.*������������ ���������#_-*i,. ���������,_...������  1  yni-l ilie neiif^yi'y ct>ntrtjtjl.-*-* im-ie. jg  Mi*.   Simon I;eiVer,  silli  Hi'    nsi  ' h-iir-in; 11, in ro 'tice'l Mr. Kings*- j p|  /-".���������, win) took o������'c irfian io h.ip;hly j %[  r*'1 iijdiiuent tho L'cal :tii-i i t*_'s: Sfj  M".s*m their plans, an !. to ahv lint g jl  ��������� ;h?n thetje should hu e.uried oiit'Dt  Ly tho liiiildorn ' Vicior.ia   \von]i!  pi'  ;i e ihtyliimrtt and tnoi.t modern ||  "��������������������������� inhinut 011" theaiiT oa the Pu-  i.';  ���������T9  /V   v fa r? f.'sj       f I   *"     ^1     fl   \\ ** V^i    M  I   #"1 ITfi ^fe /?h s^ fi^   P    $** m ii.'if.ii'l -  P^M i l I   1  I P. Phillipps Harrison I  ...     M.ii������k    'V������������ *"������'U'0      Kin    HIV L   *l"        ���������    ,.U  ��������� Cs :i;l, excoj it;i!i;i* uono at all   I jj   ,-}  './i.iCiiiNS-^.n  of  the tin aire lodifjjj '''Y  ....  ..,*!,.,,il,. t,,   n ,,,:<>.., 1 .,,   ;   1 ?t. i]  :.j     xti  ,mmi\t-ii*ft-^i,*.i-**'i-M-Jm*f.*if.i-.if.,^im-,m^^i.i,..*.nf,,,m,-tii������m*-.m^  lne-ctiew beak Wikuims  r%_ru,m_0m**>v-'v*nkmuaw&-ui^w^  Used Exclusively in. Canada  The   METROPOLITAN   OPERA' COMPANY  (of New York.)  mi  yr  1 i  ,j   wn ;i:i!n:iillv to   :t imilH' I >\'    J'J  .'ii'-ci.ri.rt.nrt!,,,^,^"!^ if .you want a good rells&Ic Piano, itwill pay-you to give os a call.  Wo  . ������������������������������������������ of ih.ii I'l'enii'ii', tlio iii-w iiiii-, I\t"it " ...._..  ���������    ,   . ,        ,   ,      " iijf  Wo ������i-e SoloAfifuntaiorthe cbovo and othe? Rel nblo Makes.  *. ine'o hohijou'ii Irom -li a ino-j||f l-'  ixlr.o ocivry' the Vl*^t<ir Ci-.'..-.rt. jopi-������-ii3*sc antl V3ut������'Okt^,  1 WH <.H;JAKtAP<Tt3R ������UTJas;'A'3T!ON.  y  P Bunsiuore's "MtiMc Home" Church- St., Nanaimo   B. C.  . i* 'i  ,n.*.-iu   lorv.'ii'd "a-J   thti   "1 e. h'idoiju  1 . .si ru.      Kvor \oiie pn .���������;(.��������� I it. 1'  s   ���������  '.* .   1  Ui -:i*Cs)'isl tlm nio' ion and it  j ,\'i) t i; t > t'.n m mt  "W       '*������������������.'     *'S'        SM      .,,,     -    .,, 1   .       ,.        ~-        ~~-    -���������- "       -   -             --  M:, J. S. II. MaUou   .;|o!oof \% tp^*Wl������������Wtr.Jf-^]:'f;5^J^  :W GOODS  I*   U ���������>'���������������������������.-.*>,  ein-fMi-t.,   aro 11 n. <;,-  in- -ffni-t ������.f M". y.'in-r  li,*. I   cs--'^  l,-.''i lii'oiito hy the   i.ithi'f du'ect-  i) a    prtsent,   njjd    in 1 In* ond    it  v:\ I.  jitmics.1 iu ������;;'v*i,! Victoria 11 tliJimrsjjjf A  -.  "co"   liner tha,,  n,y   in   allj^   Ql]r   pa|J   Ci)0,|;;.   nrc   ;i!Tivin������,.   |jy   (;VG).y   |)oa(. \yc   ]iave just |  i-.sv.'et,     lie \v;n- i>'iii:t'd in   1:i*.*Imp , . ^ , .. "  I'I opened up a iiicc raii^c of Ladies'  Blouses in  French I;lan  %4 nol with f-olr coilrir :������iif) donhlo r*nff^. m p.'! col-vr?..   Tlyj'jc arc b  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,   \  .������������������-������������������      ������  'J'K^*.mmWZ*'*Ul*X%*yTaKWaV*f,K  ivuimm_,M&t*tiu������MMiL_m*  aaHMmnatMH tMUm.iMM.1SJ.tH  V.  SOf_0^fls=s������=.*  MBKHifaotawes* of EHNEBAL WATER.  y;_'*.Vr**t't,*wvrt+'f!������.4'.*j������ ���������*������.!,������.,1*1  ill  n  ., i*.., up-n ii* nroiw.i! i-i:.stii}i mtiji      Llic ncvvv..:,t, i .111 i;>  in the  blouse line at ^3.50 and ^4.00      ������  ci.riiii; tohoi'i of the i**-tt,*iM ofliialij  f.-'l������-v: nn-l v oj'?"1 ' n . of i!i. ij  .-,-!���������.-' 111 *��������� f ���������pia!itv sd his .'itiv,-*!i>���������!��������� i  M  I', 0. BOX 4G3  J?aONfl.80.,���������  CUMBERLAND  M.lMim0M.nmmmniMmwm������wiiifWMrMr.���������tiftu*t^.*,w*,i\'..ti.*!t,,-.k.\mi4f.i.i.\tv^  vmaMMamL-iiiatuiM-tiiwukm-.iii'i.it'T.Mu.t.x^  iiiiiii!iiii:iiiintniiiiissu^:~^iiar,ii*atsaiiffi  * f f "*  *    ' A  *Pk%'*^:-.y*A .i/^7'*/S\\\|'///^  WOOL BLANKETS  \i-.i iv ii..<iii ('��������� 1 thi; i*i-\v tlitiitro  ��������� , ..������������������; Way   !.r the I's'iv.oiit   and  .: i.   .'u;:;: all liifG v. iil ' e rw>h-  1:   ���������,. tijs',' on.��������� -Csdoiii. 1.  "Z Mr*d;; (mIm c.h vLi!*',   ^i.ic-..U;d CiiMiHiuiii wool,    Vou should sec  ;m .*.!.'1. si  jt: lllin d  tt.)  Jut   U.vvi*  ^���������* t V. i.i. If.  il our line heforc purchasing your winter hlankets, as \ye consid-  j|      er we h,i '.��������� t-u  l';.st line on the market Tor the money.  fl '( n-y an-1 vhik: at $4.50 to $7.50 per pair,  work au ! a . ,���������:,,   lU      4     fofr^ :- #  Sft^^  N S^i H   fi%f*P>%l  q  ;cok   in,; 0,10,,,.i i ���������*;���������]      -*���������*     AJliv-:"*y -' * '���������-- Vb/'kisHU^ M ^__/ U* 'h>' i.i    V^,-/ j,!|  t, .-  I    | -. w 1 /-   ,*   ti r    *  ��������� ���������  *.   ;- ���������. i,i..  .*.  iu.*  .a  ���������������������.*���������-a-*. ���������sru.*s**v< _.   .   .���������  h*'  im; nsmimu   WTXl'l*. I  t    'U" f     .vol's*-,      j I:t<.'i������:;\:*,  -j *   .-���������  -...������-* .iso.iiisi,,. .,-.���������..������ tr..������^.���������* .'��������� i ������������������*anw wMi-.'-.tvc* .���������*��������� *'- j vtr/'.n*,���������-.���������*." ������.-s*u".a'*' ^ '  \.**_... .���������',******,,*.':;������Vvxy^r.*'������**yi^  I I '_ IHlJL. I\  There's a Difference iri the price.  nnd a hif>; dif'uroiu'.i*, loo, but ihtro'u no jnnclical iii ffere-'nco  in llio   vmIiu*    and    i |t|i*it*no\' o*' tivu-f ('vi.f,,.i     .c''*.');"   vt,":e r  ��������� f *���������'  (l.,inngcd in tntii**it,*,, pouio art* n'mjily "nhop-Roileil" nml  boiiio havo baan out on Iiiro; n few tinier* only, but nil  nro oflViTil nt h'p uc'uciioiif. 1-tt u' know jour vcquiro  ineutu nml wo i-luill pond j>nrticu'ur������*.  DON'T F0It(u������;T~.T:���������nl tiui o.N.is.n.ii.uro of,, iw.f.u c.-./n i.i  I'lililh'v's   cnilthi.-'.   \(j'.i    tn   n   t'i*t;ot'which  wiil  .���������;'iiii*(* jn tin*  j  druwing for uJ.si.otiU H) 'orhn.i" Aut,>.  ! THC-S. .PULLEY  ,  I  1   V-'YJ- VATKK ������TWH������Vr   '*'  ,-\ s,sjis*i**:.i'i:|is*s:r ::-���������:���������--.".-.- -"r;",':";ir>"i'*i>"**" r-.*"*  fi  VICTORIA, B. C   ti  y i


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