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 JT73T  Vfc?  '//.^>-^rK.^.^..-/c,y ^^-y  >���������*  ;;*i>v-^si  The News, Nineteenth Year.  A Journal'Devoted Especially, to tf������������Int������r������������t* Of Gomox District.  . -:������        ��������� '".*������!*'' * v        -        *   --���������*.  *  mmammmmmmmammmmmmmmmammmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmm*m*m^mm*Mmmam I i i  , i ���������        i i    , i   ., i i i       ���������        i ii i ii   .  1'[l-,"  * mfmtmfmmmfmmmmmmimmmm     ., i ,  -���������������������������������������������-���������       CUMBERLAND, Bi Q.-jy WEpfaESDAY, JAN. 3181,1912  1*3' r  Subscription $1.00 a Year  CUMBERLAND AND SURROUN  I  Historical Sketches of the Leading Business Men and Firmsf of Prominence,  Sil  skit  THE WAVERLY HOTEL  mmWKmmmmratamaaa.  A Liberally Patrouised and Moderate Priced Hostelry,  Dut iug the past four years Mr  Frank Dallos has conducted The  WaVetly Hotel. He has been a  resident of Cumberland fourteen  years and enjoys a large circle of  frieudsQatid acquaintances. His  house is one of the very liberally  patronised moderate priced hotels  in Cumberland, aud Mr. Dallos  gives his personal attention to the  personal supervision of the eutire  establishment. His house is very  centrally located and his guests  are made to feel at home. The  festive board is a special feature  of The Waverly Hotel and splen  did meals are served at reasonable  rates. Room and board is but a  dollar and a half per day, and  special rates by the week and  month. Mr. Dallos hails from  ''Sunny Italy," and belongs to  the progressive element. lie is a  fi r mbel lever in CiiiinSerl ait dlind  the wondecful resources tributary  thereto, and believes firmly in  ���������'printer,s ink",to make them,  both known.  STAR U VERY STABLE  t C EMDE  Headquarters for Autos, Type-  Writers aud Gasoline  ^Engines.  The B.C. Garage is conducted  by Ed. C. Emde, and his headquarters for the famous Russell  automobile, the well known  Oliver Typewriter, Fairbanks-  Morse , Gasoline,' Engines, and  Moor's Gasoline Lighting System  as well as bicycles aiid supplies  which Mr. Emde has handled  during.the past five years. Mr.  Emde has been a resident of the  district for ten years aud lias  built up a splendid business.  He has just recently opened  up on the large scale of handling automobiles and conducting  a general garage business. . .He  has fine quarters and complete  facilities for conducting this new  enterprise,* and t,he; -News* takes,  this opportunity of bespeaking  for Mr, Emde a liberal patronge.  Herisrr keenlyintelligentyenter^  ptisiug business man, aud ou his  merits commands a high place  iu these columns as we puss in  review. .;.; -  '*. :���������*   CUMBERLAND HOTEL  The City's  Leading  Hostelry,  First-Class  T. D. McLEAN  Ctraiberland's Pioneer Store for  Watches aud Jewelry, Books  and Magazines  Headquarters for a Good Rig at  any Hour oi the Day or   ,,  Night.  -The livery aud teaming interests of our city should not be forgotten as we drato attention to  the commercial interests of Cumberland, and as Alex Maxwell is  a man of good record and busi ���������  ness capacity we will say a pleasant word for him.    He operates  a livery, feed and sale stable and  it is oue of the largest and  best  in the. district.     It is well managed and Mr Maxwell docs considerable business. He furnishes  first-class horse* aud,.rigs, single  or double, and also does all kinds  of teaming work as well.    Mr.  Maxwell has operated iu this line  five years aiid has been a resident  in the community fourteen years.  He has officiated as alderman for  one year, and his re-elections is  but the natural sequence of  the  good work rendered the city during the past year., He i������ public  spirited and progressive aud ou  his merits commands distinction  in these columns.,  G. SLAUGHTER  Cumberland's Cash Butcher  One of the most iiuportaut oi  our business interests is that of  supplying the public witli good,  wholesome -meat, and here we  take pleasure iu calling the atten  tion of our readers to an establishment which is" first class in  every respect. At this* market  may be found choice steaks,  juicy roasts, and tender chops,  aud at the very lowest prices  consistent with good quality.  This gentleman is thoroughly  experienced in everything relating to the business and he knows  what is neceseafy to have in nn  up to-date market. Cleanliness  and neatness are, strong poiuts of  this establishment, Mr. Slaughter is thoroughly honest aud liberal iu his dealings. He learned  the business in the Old Country  prio to coming to America. He  has followed the business tweuty  five years, aud has operated a  little over three years in Cumber  land.  In writing up ihe commercial interests  of Cumberhnd due mention must be ac-,  counted ths hotels.for the sttarigevs must  first of all seek accommodation. The-  Cumberland Hotel must, therefore, be  assigned the leading position as it is the;  city's only first-class curavans-irj-v It ha*:  the modern equipment of electric lights,  a telephone system is installed for public  use, and hot and cold w,iter for baths  The rooms are well furnished and the  table would suit an epicure and the service is on a par with the suinptuousness if  the table The large office and inen'i  sitting room with a big red not stove in'  the centre and surrounded daily by drnm  mers, travellers, townspeople atid miners;  is a luxury enjoyed exceedingly by ull,  during these .winter d.tys and nights:"  Wm. Merrifield,.the genial proprietor,  who has had charge of the hotel for the  Dtst four years and a half, leaves no stone,  unturned to please each and every guest  who crosses the-thre^hold oi his hostelry.  He is constantly adding to the improvements and furnishings and providing for  the comforts of the public.  ' During the year 1910 he served on. the.  .City Councili board unddmnHH.in%������fi,ponT"M^Mtf^  been, a,.resid������nt of Cumberland for a i ���������     ..      *     ,���������.     . '        .   ,  number of years and w.is associated^ j}>'.*>"M������ *������������no ro   Wnmipeg, Auk  ths* mines as fire boss for some^time.prj-* J^ko and Brandon* the latter two  vious to launching ont in the, t|ot������l:fct$; places officiating on , the council.  n^.ty.<VM-'*ita������i*pm  knows just how to handle the publiq, attends   strictly to business and is'daily  making Hotel Cumberland the traveller's  mecca.  venteeti years in our city and  |W*enfy.three ��������� years' aud 6even  months iu the district entitles the  aWve.named gentleman to the po-  Sitfpn of "pioneer" in his line as  vre chronicle tliu records ot those  \'\'ko are adding lustre to the an^  .U-eis ,of Cumberland history,  when Mr. McLean was but three  years old   he   e.nmigrared   from  Scotland, his native land, to,, Can-  ada with hid parents. They land-  edin Mud Town known its '���������Mud-  dy York," now Toronto. This  was long before Ahe days bf railroads. The ouly tratisSportntion  those days were the ox cart and  Sled," and occasionally the "higher nps" had a horse. This was a  gtosat luxury* There wem a  couple of sail boats rumiing occasionally   between   Toronto   and  CITY COUNCIL  N.HIRAN0   ssix-ft     -  Ohmborland's Fhfehionablo Indies*  and Gonts' tailoring  Etablistttrhont.  In referring h*' Uumborlrud's  tailoring establishments duo men.  tion must bo'$i^ri tho abovo  mentioned ontorprko. It is conducted by N $irjw)^ a merchant  . tniior ot tsi* -ytttr^cx'-.ittrittmK', ������nd  ho gives employment to eix Hkillod  workmen, Mr Hlrano \m opera-  ted hero ono Voafarrtl has already  built up quite fc-'busincM. Ho  does excellent tfoYk'anl charges  vory reasonable, jitfc'el. Ho makes  all kind.- of garmenta to ordor for  bo'h L"diw������ an^Gejjrtlcmen, He  also operate an uj^jfi-dHte clean  ittit*, prewlng andifyi**tiring depart  tm\f\, and all work '������ done iu a  -Mtfnrly workmanlike manner, nud  promptness i������ a apecial feature as  Well as moderate prliec.  S. ISAKA  of  A     Cumberland     Tailor  26 Years' Experience'  For five years Mr.* Isaka has  operated iu thetailor! ug business  in this dty. He has had over a  quHitci ui u tcniuiy'*> cApctitucc  iu the ������i(i of making ladies', diul  gentlemen-s clothing to order,  lie knows the business from  A to Z, aud enjoys a constantly  growing trade, Mr. Isaka gives  employment to a force of four  skilled workers, and be also operates on up-to-date repairing,  cleaning and pressing department. Jle leaves no stone un*  turned to be prompt, aud to do  good work at the most reason  able prices. He believes in  "printer,* ink" aud in worthy  movements atming to make  kuown the resources ol Cumberland.  K. SHIBATA  Dealer in Oriental Fine Art Goods  Watches and Jewelry,  This is ono of tho finest Oriental etoros on the coast, Mr Shibata  has operated here fourteen years.  lie curries ull kinds of Japanese  and Chinese novelty and fancy  goods. HiB storo is also well  Btockod with jewelry, watches,  clucks, etc., nnd ho makes . watch  repairing a specialty. All visitors to Cumberland should Bee the  Hno display of novelty goods curried by Mr. Shabntn. The exquisite art work and oriental 'curios  are Bights not to be seen everyday  in Canadian and American stores,  In calling the roll this houso  must not bo omitted.  next move and here he .has become  a fixture till uo doubt he goes  whero aro ���������'golden streets and  pearly gates." He carries a fine  Btock of jewelry, watches, clocks,  silverware, glassware, etc.,bouk8,  and all tbo leading periodicals and  newspapers,of interest to the residents. On his merits he therefore is entitled to generous mention.  WANTED���������Girl   for  general  houso work,,    Apply thifl orllcn.  - Tbe City Council met in regular session on Monday evening, a  full board being present with the  exception of Alderman Cessford,  Accounts:���������Election account,  ������52.52; Geueral accounts, $88,05.  Referred to finance committee.  Cuminnideation was received  from Elliot -Brothers aud Joseph  Potter requesting a reduction of  their trades* license, on the  grounds of it being excessive as  compared with other towns of a  similar size, and in fact. son.e of  them considerably larger with a  much smaller tax on billiard tables  Committee appointed investigate Trades License By-Law reported progress. *  Members of the School Board,  who where present at the meet-  iug stated that the school was over  crowded, and that extensive repairs were required on-the 6chooi.  A deputation consisting of the  Mayor and Trustee Carey were  appointed to interview the government ou the matter.  City Solicitor Harrison addrcs-  ed the Council re City Hall moving pictures, stating that it was  to be sold as a going concern, and  suggested that they serve Mr.  Curtis with a notice to vacate  premises, and that a proper lease  b"^rawn'u^^itlrnexnenauCth"e  prticliaser of picture show to have  preference in renting the   hall.  It was regularly moved, second  -8df'aftd carried, that if the moving  picture business be sold, the pur  chaser be  given  tirst   refusal of  hall.'  The following is the estimated  expenditure for Cumberland  schools for year 1912:���������  Teachers Salaries $7,020,00  Janitor      000.00  Scavenger .'       60.00  Fuel      175.00  Supplies for Teachers.. 75.00  Medical Inspection.. . 150.00  Painting and Calsomining 150.00  Repairs to Building....     200.00  Secretary's Snlary ,.      50.00  Incidentals      250.00  S, D, Marsdon, a former manager of tho B. C, Telephone Oo.  hero, has been transferred to Ivel-  owna, B, 0. '  COMOX   CO-OPERATIVE  SOCIETY  Dealers in Moat, Butter and Farm  P������od ueo.���������J us, Mclvor, Man.  Too much consideration ennnot  bo givon to that class of a city's  industry which caters to tho daily  wants of its inhabitants, Especially is this trno of moatB. At  this market, howevor, cun be  found tho choicest steaks, tho  juicioit roiistH, aim tiio teuderest  eliopn, hb woll as fish, gamo, poul*  try and oysters in seaBon. . Thoy  also curry buttor, eggs and farm  prrwhicA tli������������ YrflRht-mt flip mnrknt  r������fiords. This houso- lias been  established over four years. As  tbo name implies, if is co-operative, and the shareholders derive  the benefit, thuft offering an incentive to every patron to become a  shareholder, Mr Mclvuir, malinger, !ta������ otlloiiitetl \n this capacity  fur Hvo injutlip.  By defeating Victoria on Sat  urday last, the Vancouver rugby  team won the McKechnie Cup,  emblematic of tho provincial  championship and the Keith Tro  phy emblematic of the Pacific  Coast championship, The score  was Vancouver 6 Victoria 5,  The following teams will pl*?.y  au exhibition game of football ou  Sunday. February 4th, kick off  at 1.30 p.m.:  Black and Whiles  Goal: Clark,  Backs: Freebum, Nicholson.  Half-Backs: Cairus, T Hiuds,  Brown.  Forwards: Wm Sutherland,  Adams, Dargie, Boothman and  Lumsden, ,  Maroons  Goal: McMillan.  Backs! Muir, Hinds.  Half-B&qks: Gordon, Strang,  Galloway,  Forwards: Carney.. J. Suther  land, Mc Adams'J. Williams, T.  Gordon,  All plapers will meet, at W.  Brown's at. 1 p.in, Should any  of the players be uuable to take  their places tliey are requested to  notify the committee.  Notkej)f Partnership  The business of general black  smithing and horse-shoeing lately  carried on by George Leighton,  at Courtenay, B.C., will iu future  be carried on by George Leighton and-G,-H. -Adey.���������All-business entrusted to us will receive  our .prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed.  * .* * George Leighton-  C. H. Adey.  Total 38,780,00  The Council adjourned,  ^   . .,   ,���������+���������     *J: .  Last evening a very enjoyable  time was spent at the home of  Mr. and Mrs, Sid. Horwood, the  occasion being the birthday' of  the latter,  " I      '      " '"  Dr. Korr. dentist, will bo at  Cumberland Hotol Fodruary Hth  to 28th.  THE BIG STORE  Owing   to  Stock-taking   this  Store will be Closed all day   ou"  THURSDAY, February ist.  Business will be   resumed ou  Friday morning as usual.  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Mrs, A. Jones and her son-in-  law and wifo left last week for  Roslyn, Washington, where they  will itt future reside,  An Ac! in the  News  pays.   Try it.  Dr. nnd Mrs, GilloBpIo arrivod  homo from Vancouver on Suuday.'  Mr. Thos. Bieklo altio returned  ou Sunday from a visit to Victoria,  MifiB May Bate Ib down with  diphtheria at tlio Isolation Hob-  pi tal, A son of J nine* Monks Ib  alBodowu with tho samo'com*  plaint,  Tho Nowcastlo United, a famous  English football teain will visit  Canada next spring, Our Cumberland football maungomont have"  hopes of being nblo to induce  thorn to come horo.  None Bhould fail to niisB tho  Clearance Prico on many lines at  Tho Big Storo.  Charles Scavardit nn*ivod  homo  from Vancouver on Friday last,  01  Mrs.  L,  A .Mouiico, arrived  from V������ucouvor on Saturday.  nnHHnHnnHMMi  A  iir**j  vi.  1^1 ~ 0*A 1#    I ^  ?IMt Jr~ n  ������   .*-** " 1*    ���������������   *"     .-   , "**" y**-*1' ft' ."**   ~~*"   ""^  LARGE SHIPMENT of the popularAMHERST Heavy Shoes  just arrived,     These shoes afe noted for their tough solid  leather out and insoles, with choice upper stock aud wax-scwed scams.  Men's Kip Miners' Bluchers, $3.00 to $3.50  ��������� 1 Men's Chrome Kip Rawhide Blueher, fo Ul*:       $5.50  Men's Black Moose Blueher, 10 iu       $5.00  Men's Red Moose Blueher, 6 lit. to 10 in  f. 50 tn $6.00  TTnve you" tried our urw Wnterproof   Pwute -01,1 Nil  ��������� an  excellent  Leather  Preservative.    Per tin, 15c.  A consignment of heavy Woollen and German Socks just in.  y** Jl Ik MYm\w���������%i*���������i    ��������� Tm_Tm_itm\fm*  I,       MJ. W_}_ wm*f SiwC mm   I       I ftumC |iiy f     J%n������^  V^^^^V ^f^^fc  I   ^m   I   I ^^^^B ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^m ^^^^^B  I     ^k  ^^^^^^ j^^^^m .m  /  jsM THE'PWS, CTJMPEtfLANI), J.. C  ������������������������������������*<*������������������������������������<���������<������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A Romance of Arizona  Novelized rVar.i tdmund m  -       Day's   Melodrama   H������   1* &  By   JOHN   MURRAY   and f  MILLS MILLER f  ��������� $  Copyright,  \y...   by G.   W.  DUHriff- ������  !,ai)t Co. T  ' I ->-.  (Con'irsicd.)  V I>t-o Mi'Koe itiloiiuiitwl Willi u sol-  ^fiinn tlt'ii'.iil. Wlifiliin* from ii desire to  vfotl Uie ..sheriff, 'whom hi) lnicw was  Bud's rival In lore ami ;*o thought lilm  Ua* yojmg ' mtuiV** ��������� eiii'iuy, or from the  b'cnovttlcnt .spirit liuhicotl by the recent  contoiuplation cf his virtues, McKee  -tvas Impelled-io.(jive tin nccount of the  imirtler which very .convincingly I "alien ted . l|uil ns. a protesting ���������vcntsimv  rather Ihnn a consenting accomplice.  At IIn* end of the story  ho smiled  grimly*.  "So while you wu?. out uv the pounly  ou a wll' goose chase after an luiieivent I  fr'en'���������T   tvouic  intellci'ks-nov  ���������to be llrs' el a si  "Drop U.I" ordered Slim slim-ply.  mnn   Peruna  he goes  loco ou  paten'  medicine   an'   Kits   the   guilty   party.  ���������Toko's on ycu. Slim.   I nomernato Valium fer nex' sheriff."  Exhausted with the effort nnd pain  of talking. McKee dropped his head  upon Hoover's broad breast in n faint,  Hoover bore lilm down to. the spring  nnd bathed his wound nnd mouth.  MeKeo revived nnd In broken phrases,  -which were accompanied with blood  sfrom his pierced luiiRn frothing out  ������A his mouth, continued his obnerv?.-  tlona on tho ridiculous nnd unfortunate mistake Perurttv mnde In kllllug  him.  I    "Dern   fool's   bes'  he rd-'lh   low   down  .: 'jireelaled-no chance  ���������bad iiiiui."  ; And so Iiuck-.MoKec* desperado  ��������� died, like umiiy another uinliitlmis mmiI  with expressions of disappointment oi  'his lips.  CHAPTER XVIII.  UD LANK, rolurnln*.*; Io r-amp  saw, the returned nherlff sup  pnrllu**- the dying murderer ol  Torrlll and listening to wUal  wns iiniloulitetlly his eonfosslon. Hi  utole away before he wns observed.  "It's all up --villi mo," ho thought  '���������Hunk has told him, ,SIlm hates mc  nlong wllh I'olly. I'll get away from  hero tonight."  He met I'olly by the mess wagon.  At once she saw Hint something Imd  happened. Hud was deathly pale. He  trembled when she spoke lo lilm,  "Why, what on earth I.s the iiialturV"  Bhe nuked,  "Nothing. 1"��������� answered Hud, glancing about lilm ns If neekln������ somo wny  tn esca pe.     ,  "You're lookln* mighty pale, Are  you sick:*" pei'itlHted lhe girl.  "Slim Hoover-; ho's buck"- Ibi<|  could scnrct'ly spenk, Ills thront wn:<  piirclu'd, Hendn of perKplrniloii t-'to-jtl  on bin forehentl,  "Wlml!" fried. Polly Joyfully. "Ji;  Jack with him?"  "Listen lioi'c," i-.*a*!n lined tho young  Wooer, "Blliu's hennl about our going  to get mnrrled, and he's ;ui*orn tn  shoot tuo nt sight," II was a lame,  bill I In,*,' explnnalloii, but the best. Ihu!  could '.vent on the spur 'of tlie moment, lh) wnntcd tn got nway to have  time lo chink. .  ���������  "I don't'believe ll!" replied Polly Indignantly.   "Why, HMm"-  lu liis cxdtouieiit Itild wnulil not let  li'.s oiiilinuw far liWuiiM! ul (lie (iiii-iiii,  "lfn hu, JJu'u pliliiib locoed. The  mm imiHt hnve tonehed Ills brain* our  in thp drHert," lie explained, wllh rapid  Invention,   "1 don't want any run-In  .. i, i.   . ,     , ,    ,  whoot, uutl Hllin'rf been ajgootl friend  of mine, ko I'm going to keep out of  Ills way for ���������while, I'll ildo over lo  the ru 11 ron tl,"  "Hay, look here, are you sen red nf  Hllm Hoover? ,lii������t let uie handle  Lliu," Wild  Polly,  ".Vo, iio!" oxpottinlated Hnd, "('iiii'i*.  js.ii uudt'ii.liiii;iV \Vt.*\e li.-s'ii :us*|i  fowl fremiti, and ami I can't pull n  KUii on lilm,"  I'olly wns flpeerhle.ss wll It nnrprb^.  -   "'Jlfre he t'oraes now!" Hhouifd Iiml  "i'i! hide in t'ir> v-i���������,i, -,r>ro''   '  "Don't Itiuv: ...i..st.'\i".] Polly.  "WhyV  lbul gave iici* uo answer, for he had  ���������already disappeared uuder the cover of  the njess wagon.  "I don't like that a Utile bit. Slim  never acted locoed before. I'll have to  be mighty careful, 1 s'pose. for 1 think*  n heap of both Slim an* Bud,"-  Slim came up to the wagon wiib bis  face Avreathcd in smile-.:. "IH it ain't  Miss Polly!" he yelled.  I'olly, bavins beard (hat crazy people had io be humored, ran to meet  bim and threw her anus about his  neck. . -       .  "You dear, r-wool. old red headed  thing:-' she cried. "When did you get  back? Whero havo yon been? Where's  .lack? Have ycu seen KchoV One  question was piled upon the other by  the enthusiastic girl. Slim had trl<*il  to stop ber talking that ho might givo  nnswer, but lie might as well have  tried, to check a sand storm. Out of  breath and puflh'}*-, he Hun Ily gasped:  "Whoa! Whoa! Yes'm. I've heard  of I hem Kansas cyclones, but 1 ain't  net or got hit with o*ne afore." ���������  I'olly htarled ail over again. "An'  Jack-did you find him?' Tell mc nil  about ii."  "See hou*," answered Slim. "I ain't  Eoiu' to --say nothin' to nobody ti" I see  Min. Pnyson."  "Oh, pshaw!" pouted Polly. ".Vot  even to me'.-"  "Not even. What l'\e got to say sho  ii)u**t hear firsi. I'm kinder stiff. Jf  you don't mind, I'll set down a spell."  .Slim's face was drawn and -worn.  Although he had lost uono of his  weight, he showed the effects 'of the  hiege of hard riding and lighting  through whicli he had passed.  Tho mental strain under which he  bad labored had also worn lilm dowu.  I'olly was more than solicitous for his  comfoit.- Not only did sho liko- the  sheriff, but she was hoaV fencing with  bim to protect her sweetheart from liis  wrath,  "You look tuckered out," she said.  "Wei!, I 'low as maybe 1 ain. 15een  bi the saddle for two weeks. Kin I  bave a cup ot'col't'ce?"  Polly began lo mother him. This appeal for bodily comforts aroused all  Iht womanly instincts. fcShc made him  fait down and pourod the colr'eo for him,  saying: "You sure can. With or without?"  "I'll play it straight," grinned Slim.  "I reckon you'll have to anyway.  Here you are."  Slim took the cup wiih a "Thankee."  lie drank long and deeply. Then he  paiihcd, made a wry face and danced  bis feet up and down, as a child does  lu auger or excitement.  __"_\Y_haLJs_Jhojiiatler?^asked_flie_girl,  with a knigli.  "If this here's colfee give mc lea, nu'  if it's ten give me colfee." The sheriff put down his cup, with a shrug *of  tho shoulders.  "It's   Ihe   best   we've   got,"   replied  Polly,    "Sagebrush got il."  j    "Oh.  (hat's it.    I thought it tasted  Hike sagebrush.   How's Uud?'' he suddenly demanded.  i   Polly glanced nervously at the speak-  jer,  I   "All right, I n'poso."   She tried to ho  noncommittal. Her nervousness almost  I bet raj ed heiy  I   "Ain't you scon him lately?" Slim insisted,  Polly 'Pce.pod Inl'* tho wagon bffont  vtiio answered  the  question.    "Yes���������1  .see him ever'y once lu awhile."  In an en ort io' change the Mihjocl of  conversalion and gel  him nwny.from  nil thought  Slim, wlint't a boudoir?"  "A whnt whar?" stuttered Slim.  "A boudoir," Poll.*,', repented.  Slim win puzzled and -looked  Then a new thought lighted up  face.  "You don't menu a Kudwelser?"  Polly, deeply serloun, replied, "No,  thnt nln't ll-boudoir."  SMin ransacked his memory for the  word, "lioudoli*," he continued re-  lleellvely. "One of them 'fo' tie *wah'  things we list to hnvo down in Ken-  tucky?" '  An ('Xpinnntion wns denumded of  lilm, nnd he proceeded to Invent one.  "Well, lirst you gel n-gel a"*- Polly  nnd fooled him so ninny tlinos Hint ho  hi'pnine su'ipli'luti-t In the lulib't of hlq  creation and asked:  "Look n-licro, You're Kiiro you don't  know what a boudoir is?"  "Why, of, fowrso not," (inswored Polly simply,  Slim wnu relieved by her reply.  "All right,", he resumed, eroBslpg Ills  IcfW.'iiH If Uio poyllion would help lilni'  heller to think. "A boudoir Ih a see-  Kin',"  "A seegivr?" echoed Polly, dlsllnelly  dlHiipW������|iit,.,j���������   Jbid'H offer to dtipllento.  of Hud she asked, "Say,  It.  his  , '<  Polly sauntered away from the  wagon. As she passed Slim he tried  to put his nrm about her waist. 'She  skillfully evaded him. The sheriff  joined her in the shade of a cotton-  wood. "You know I've been thiu'kin'  a lot of you lately, Miss Polly?''  "Only lately?" she asked mischievously.  "Well, jes-lhaf is"-     **  Tills conversation was beepming l,oo  persei.nl for Bud, who in un effort to  hour all Slim had to say moved.incautiously in the wagon.   Slim heard him.,  "Who's in that wagon?" he cried,  moving toward il. "Show LoV  asleep?"'  "Xo���������Ruddy," said Polly, thinking she  might as well confess the deception  first as last and using the childish nickname ot her lover in order to soften  Slim's nugcr against him.  ^--Nobody,'i^rene iu>d- S!im,-uot.rif ully.-  ci-nivinced thai he wns mistaken, but  slopping in delei'onco to Polly's 'apparent denial. ���������'    !     .'.-::*  "Wbo ilo you s'pose?"' asked Tolly  pertly, taking courage when she found'  that Slim did not continue hh-i 'iayesll-  ation.    "You ain't after :iuy\ Budtly.vj(  Undoubtedly Genuine  Tho mis'������ess observed" one morn-  ins that Jier dusky butler was wearing  a ring with a setting almost large  enough for a beacon light, if-it had  possessed the* proper brilliancy. Later  in the day she chanced io bear a conversation between the butler and the  maid.  "Am 'tliat a genuine .diamond you  un apotiu', Jake?" Uie maid asked suspicion and hope about equally balanced  in  her   tone. '  ��������� '  "Am. dis. a diinont?" Take said reproachfully', "Does you 'fipose I'd bu**,  anything else fo' a 'gagement ring?  IIiih! dis am ii dimoilt an' it am gold  want it sots in."  "Ef yo' mean you bought it fo' me,  you will have to tell the price 'fo' I'll  belie*1, Q>it*s ,a diniont. I wasfooled  once with, a- brass, ring, nu' I don'i.  mean to be caught.again."  ���������'-Coso^ hit's.,a dimoi'it, Lucy. Hit  cost ,^.5Q."*' -   * ���������  ��������� "WeiF, ���������,Bji>iTOC7]icy6:^Lpng7a&-itr������iB  ���������a.-genuine1'tUmpnl I'll, *'.c/3pt it. li)' a  ���������gagonierit fiflgV: ��������� -,;.'  .   .    ���������vo,:-*������������������'���������-'--.   "������������������ ���������'���������������������������rn'l'-. ye  ���������   Fpr:���������.Frosjt";Bi-tciu knd ,Ch^blQ4rtft.-  ('liiibiEftis-'donwi&pn} <mdue.,*y^PQSUtcV  uj biu-sli .eyijtf cold anif frost-oil6 'lYom'  the jcy'wi'nflfa ot winter,   In tbo treat  And  he  lnovcit 'i'oh^ird  i ,i    '.y.   's,7iii   *;;   t  to .  listeners  again.   ,  Al this Juncture Polly jb/?g/VJ |.9,f filler arts ns a coipieue. l,ooutlug sfiyl/.  at Slim, sho imlnuui'eifcHAWJjj-iKl hriol  you are not utter anybody?" The emphasis on the Inst word was so plain  that ti'shrewder lovefiTa^rr-Uiliii-Silii-i-  would,have been deceived.   t   ,        ,,.  "J'lbV   Wlial's'tluil?"' l!     '*'   '  Polly turned hor buck lo him. wjth  assumed bashfulness, Slim's courage  .���������U'c-oiil the sight, "Well,'! icckoji this  is a pat Imnd fer nu\ nn' Hint's the  way I'm n-goln' to play, It, If I've got  (he nerve." ���������   . ��������� .'*-' ���������  Slim snioolhtKl dowii.hls langlud Iuih*  and brushed off somo of the dust which  whitened his shoulders "Look here,  U!.-s Pollv"-  tTo bo Coni'.nued),  "Mabel, you were I'oolbih to tjutirrcl  wltJi Ohiuilo."  "'lio'ii a moan man."  "What bus ho donoiiotv?" ' cMl'*  "I tnlephoned bim today to Wmd  buck my lock of hnlr, nnd ho asked  mo If It was ,red, yoUoy.', or. blacl^"  "UoHwoi'lh  hooms to brt a nihil ��������� 'ol*  r:nl  rich  res   ev-  It!  Prf^'atet-TtYour Jlolk ain't as.  ���������;������{$) o\iij^tt>*VSiJ 'fafififcr at������ir"moth(ir.  gef  tf riving evcji^.tlay,.^;., i/      ,, , p,  Socoiulttwoy--.\ly fallier 'ilrlros  ery day dnkv'iT/kJV   >'".'Mi.'.*, ',    .-  " Second ^pij.TT-J.,don't , bollovo    ,  Wluit^doenfli^'eh'fvB?"  ���������" ' *  -   ���������..���������" ������������������  'BAcdnd flo.vt*Na*llH,  ��������� t '!(''���������r,���������"   Mlnard's  ^In1nient'-'0nre3 Diphtheria.'  ���������rrp ������������������  Last, year thii automobiles lnami-  fuiCured' In ibo-Untied States, nuni-  ])orcd 140,000,, This year iho num-  t's'-ostlmnted to re'acn 210,000. Last,  yenr tljo average cost ol',autos was  ^I.Jfifi. Next year, tho avorago in 0Htl:  mated to be about $1,100, with very  ninny selling bolow ? 1,000.  The Biggest of nil Nests       ,  , Thb iiobU of tho junglo fowl, , no-  cnllod in 'Australia nro .not  oilly the  largest of nostfl, but ilio.huavltjHt u������  well,*     ��������� *     ,  "Thoso nosiltuVri h'ullt In tho forin of  gi'6nt*.inound������, tho nveirago moasuro*-  niciut, ln lioight being fifteen foot." Iii  tilvelimfovbneo thoy nro    nbout   ,0110  iU-im<U'9*.l,*n.wl,fifty feel, ,Thoy,aro con-  c-Mraortllnniy  uiliuro   aud    mily."  iilnu.tc'd'in-'neobjtk'il   Hlinltoroil spols,  'I'vo'iiovor ndtleiid uny'lii(l1tehtltii?of';*������*-'������r<������ JBklUully  ��������� ntorwovon    w th  I."   "You havon'tv, Why. \. hqitnd Jilii),!W������' Kmsn ���������������>������! twiKBpUjBQthor* wHI;  aviatrico' tho <H)it>f tliiy'n'r'friVo'��������� nuclyothor sultahlo mateilal' Uw. fowl  ,Can t"Beat Them-  "And bow aro these .eggs.?'"  asked  Mrs. De .Jay,' .gazing at tlio contents  of trie crate through her lorgnestles.  . "You can't beat 'em," said the grocer.  "Mercy!".cried Mrs. De Jay, I'Thoj  will never "do for me. I want eggs  (bat you can beat for omelettes."  Figg-  ������������������ ���������    .     He Settled Them.  It was a railway carriage and .the  occupants were several travelers and  a staid, pompous old gentleman  Various aud unsuccessful efforts were  made to, draw him into conversation.  At length ono of them said: .  ��������� "Come, sir, I know you are one of  us. Tell us what you arc traveling  in.",  Well Uone ,   "Young man," answered    the    lor-'  -"Well, how do you like hav-1 mented one, glaring at his lnterlocu-  ing a place in* the country?    Hasn't  tho exercise done you good?  Fogg���������Yes and so lias tho real es  tate  agent.���������Boston   Transcript. . y  tor.. ."I am traveling in   very   objec-  Xlonablb and inquisitive company, and  the carriage,is full of samples.".,  ��������� He wasn't-disturbed after this.  ma*WtM  : 1.1.  m-i'-  e  SAFETfY  tiA,s*  ti-f-i  >;^T^HE Gillette beats every .other shaving deVlcp  **��������� " in a lot of ways���������it's safe, it's quick, it's  O   j <���������{>*."  ^  Wis  1  ;������  .11 1   ������������������".������..,  v So StroppIng-f-Wd Bonintj ���������  1 ���������' ** -    .*    . -  .' Triplb sllvpt- plpled, yllh 1  2 blade boxes', itftd l-JiloubTe-1.'.'  edeed bliides In nc'atpa6C. ,  '  Standard Set, $5^00,  P'ocleet Ed'itlou*, -^5.09 to^.G.OO  Combihatioli Sots, $6.50 to $50.00  economical, ,it shaves   clean   and   easily,   it  l- requites-no "strapping, nojr honing, It'a i ahyays  ^^ca.tiy^od it can be adjusted to suit the face c*������������  any "man who shaves.  The toughest beard and tenderent face each  ; i'ecciyes a ipcrfoift shave. ,',.   ', ,'   ��������� .'1   ,  :' G������t into,the Gtllottt ciflis and sav������ time,  trouhle and money.  '',   -���������'"���������.���������������������������������������������'.'I,      .  -    ��������� ���������  *,*  'A8k,yoiir dealer |p, ttbow you ilie Clllctie, If  ' hb hits-neither tho-ROoiift nor 01.T r,italoi;uo.  . -write us.  Wo will seo that >ou nre Mipiiliod.  ������i *  t   1   '    m     1       '   t , ^ ,  ... Gillette Sf)(i-ly.Rnzor Co. ol Cnnaila^Ltmltcd.  -Oilice and'Faclory���������63 St. Alcx-iuiter St., Monirtal.  ���������:������!'    NO STROPPINO - NO MOlJl'NO      '  "A limdfitr it a nw/nr."  llio boudoir wan tio*-v reduced tu |h*n;  |iro|iortion������ of "two'for n nleliel."     ' ;  ���������"top," iiMnnrctl' Uie -slierlff, "Tbity  are .imint'd nfter 11 llttonlnn, (.nn* .of,  Ihem dlploitint felleiH."  "Whnt'B ii'rtlpli)������uit-.V*VIVHjr ifUfliHl, -,.  Hllm ; fhncltkMj -mid  wllh n twliiltlt),"  In hln t*,vi ririiwlrtl: "A illploum'i  hi ii'  nuni Ihtit-HltmlH��������� yoi'ir lint ii 11',,eont nu!,  then I'xpliilim It i-*o well tint I yem nlv������'  hint your wntcli'nn" ebnln.   HnbeV"  I'olly <!lf1 not uiuleiHtarul     Nhe fs-ll  Hint Slim Wim ItJUKhliiB ut ber, but nllo ���������  ivittid m������t hop 'any fun In his nnmrl;  To.i'iid ilie dbteui'iilon, however, she  rmid, "I Hnbf," ,..,.,  sny  Imd usod thn word ull-hls llfc,"-7rChl,*  ciiko' IteconMicrnld, ,-,    i   ,**.  , *,,/ ,  , '; ; Ujm.JJ:U4.'m2'J������:''     i-'Tl-'i  t.i'  "Don't you think ij.''lw,in.lfiltt,y,-(V'til^,-  nhln lo havo hot und cold u'litoi' 'iii  your hoiiHo?" "Not wlmn ycnWM'll'161  luii-pH ��������� you, in lli(\ <������ne��������� and .throw,-.'  tlio other on nil your'j>lutiH,"*-'-4toHii1'  moro     ��������� --������������������'������������������iiii.  '���������'Mnv' ''VoiiiiKwIfo���������a'hwtv floiuv..ywii  nold 1110 yentordiiy was iourU,  (Jrocor���������Wlmtl ToiikIi?  Mi'H, YouiiKWll'n,-Yoa.Jt was, .lii(;l*  tvoiildrt't   tput-li   Ibo   hroBtl   I   made  wi(Jilt^-t'hilndpl|)hla Dullotln������  Better Kept Qul������t  ��������� .,1'i-tjeii.t (angiily.)--Tho t&/,o of yam-  hill ihuleoH' .uo'.blojoil'. l'Pll.. ;  .noctor���������Thim Uml' will'bo $80 liioro  or  httirit|MHt������ ������������������>''������! 1  Tnuii'erij't,  hp"boon'nhlo to obtain, .t  ' Tho'bush turkoy oniployti a iilrnllar-  ,-fl,v,fttojii In thr������'i oonstrnotloi'i .of, lis  nflib, thou'tth Us Homo hi niovo compro-  ICoiiHlvtiin rtorilRri. Tlio nlinpo It. pyr-  ftiuldab- Auslrnllnu natiirall-HlH ivHi-tort  U^t't'h'O' noHt'H'of- tho htinli turkoy aro  HonWstJiwiu'mi- lnvRo Unit tho roVvIcos  of "Bovoynrntoii" nro rofliilvoil to* movo  thotii.'-''- i'.';',;,,    ,*''.',     ,  wi  t.*i'Hifin,<  -UiWJ.tm  Modern.  '''"I anvil fiandidiitb.ror; yijur hand."  1, .'-Kut. ;tny paroiilH-hjvv.o jnd*f,>rn������*d uu-  othtr vniiiii*; im.-'T,,"'  '"'All riifhj; I'll run ������js ������������' Jnwuriipiit,"  ^-Uoipiton Chronicle. |l.        *  MM,Wi*.,\v������iirr,V:atmi1imm* f  GRANUl-VrEDinnBUO* I  Murlno bdcin' t Smnrt-Soottwi*y������ P������ Jir  Dntiibl* SiH M������trl������tE������ft..i.Jr, t*p*������.������������.������������t,������I.M  Mutin* Em .Sklf*, lnAtv>i>tUiT������JNilkfit������.llWI  uvt; Dooic������ANi> aovicb nm vr wail  MurlneEyoKotnMlyCo^arfMMIo  O.ltiylng on Instalments  Hivlld',''I'I'lio Hlniriiori'immt buy ovory-  thlng air.)ho- hl.ro-HyHttnu, ���������  ,    .    .  Ilaminbr���������What inakwi   you   llilnl'c  ���������: Hollri.T!,l hoiird Jlinniy .IllnkH n8|< I|Ih  falhor .wlui.UioV tTioIr iibw baby would  bo tnlcbij away; .U',t,hoy',.e!onJdn't.'ltoop  11 ji thoh', iia-,;moiitfl. ,,...',,.'.,.,  f.'il      ,i",,..     )'.>^'������       *    Msllli'tl . .1.1*1 <      H/>*"i.l*       lfi  t-.Dvnn Vltb  Ui-illown.-y'H'(1rtri*t  Pure n't  hand U> rembvoiMioin.'-, *.,*t������,' i- , . 1  W. M. V. Nc. P74  Mntiytj.���������V/ldn't you 'Ihliile llio'filiow  ended'.'.i'lilllt-r iibt'iiptly? ���������,,7  -t,','���������'.',  ' Mabpl.���������YeH, Indood,   Wtt h(i.d liiir'o-  ly llnsj.  trt-t'tl-t'o tlpi-rifTI' il*lll),'������i, 'Jsol   r>n  '"'"   ''rt<ft   )lll(|  ,n!0ftt������ JlTidj' J,Wt.   Olltllldi)  'V'aii'e'V't'-'^ro lire i-mrtnlii wont'  duv,"n.>i' .'.' .',-.-ru :���������;?;���������'v.-'/';.*���������  - (.  ������������������ ��������� s-s '^mmmmlm.  i'i -m    -I' .t"..',-,W)       V   ���������     I    *.'*   '���������' ���������,-"        .  ;.' y     *       , *'/'",.  "I (Uiy.,:i.i,':h<5i'w IJIirri WKotov-1 to voto  'In IhiH ;t*k'e!tb)it," fiftitl-tlm pi;inpi'|,pi  workor, "i'a* h om iv toll bu'n un Mio  fOllOl'.','! 'I-.     ���������      ���������  "Ilu ���������wii'/. I'siiU'," I'oplU-sil- tbo muni),  hoi j 'ili'ut oim of >t,lto nniuHtlatoH let  ���������fall 11' dollar on 1 lie ofrttltln u" tbo  tionco'nnd  IHll'Kot.  nn'   foil   i������v6iv-  jC'livlKtiiiu Uegbitti'i',  ���������-m  ..*"��������� ���������    *       * -   - v  ^^*&%'i -i '  ' The Icing winter even^.-  ings give a woman a splenr ���������  did .cjiance for* sewing, or ,  embroidery; but her.eves .  suffer from the strain unless  . she has a gobd light.,  The Rayo is the b.6.Bt  lamp made,   y'v"      .  'It gives a strong, dilruscd light that ii remnrkobly;easy to the eyes.  There is no glare to it; no flicker,.  It lights up 1 whole room,  ,  The Rayo is an e.cotiojnial Ump������ too, . .     ���������  Youtjetlhemoitpoi������iblAliBltt-vnliia (or Om oil burnetii unci the KiiyojtieK ii ��������� ;  .laws-priced lamp.   Yet it ii a-liandiomti Uhip���������mi ornament to any room in the home.  The Raj;o L^mp'iieaiilylighledwilitoul removing uliitle or chimney 1 eaiy to  clean mul rewick.'' ^fade of 'jolkl bran, nlcleel-plaled; alio in numercui other stylet  and finiilifit.   '.'.������*,-,'i-if*,.** ,-���������!"���������  '*:*.., ....  ;,      Atk yttur (baler lo iltow you Itli lin������ ol Riye lamp* 1 ar wlia (or tietcrifUre drtiiUr  ���������������������������.-.   *  ���������,*'.'* ,4.      >.;    .,i������������oy���������������ency������  ,. ' ���������     ,  .: .t ih Th* Imperial Oil Company, Limited ;     y  ������.   !  rnft  T  ��������� l.t.^ml  ."I ".'IX  it 'IS.  :\f  <l'".;  :ctt',yidir<rfe.'NM;rt������������iii>'  1. don't worry nbout it ������������������.tlicro't^iiojRootlfjn worry������,,yt������e|i-ltbetterlv,  if your i.Uiiimch iii wruutf, ^nr J^vcr tiuii hn\s4, iuiMJtiv^-Tryvur f  .,nerv.es,������������������.aro tnnn, ttylie oii cilj(c 'aii(l,your,']ii|qo-l impure. ,  Be  ',"cheerful ,nmt''lMlj>efuI,''' As they Imtchel^fctl^n'tliousina^^cireesV  ,,:���������;.;;;''* "'''''    '*t'"* * '*.- Vv" "fi ,'"   i   -'.Ul '"TT ^A! *-J-'     '''"l"','���������',..   '''    L^,U'l ' ,},'1  HIMHBHHMi^MlW M ���������HUOIB^M    ' flB^EH'M>'.*|n- jU|  ���������   T^WT^WI ^WTlM   PMT*" jtrnW^mmY^^mi TWB^      WWW       fW^^W^ Wr* ^^^ ,^W( ^ffw^WI ^^mm^ ^ar^ar      ^a^^^     fW* w"  BLWnRM,* runti������:  I,  ��������� ���������''*''���������      \i ���������   ' ''    ���������������������������������      .'Int.   . ;v   '.'i,*|:l -.      *.���������':''''    ''T."    -T-'T     ���������|".*���������*  , will hc)|ry.(nynnd,W;ll^|y,ei;oW.riyalcm       ntjitwriil help; Jfc(iiec������Jo,. ���������  A fc\v (loses M'ill nmko,a BrejiJ; rperoVicbfliv your.fcielliifB,������nd your".  >t lotiks,    They'^Ill'liiliVyo^'/iiryilnnR the lliic-lo t'oleir hca'(l������*  '  free lioni iiMicH-lo hi'ljtlit f.j:������*n~tr? lieiiltliy ut'llvo orj^An's.'    TliU  ������ure, (|iik'k . iind   toulo   fninily "yemtdy   will' help   Nitdre"  to  '  Restore Youi? Full Vigor  ��������� I'repired enly hy Tliotnii |tc<c!iim, fit. Halt ni, Linstihlrt. R������|U*4.       '   '  s-   Sulsl tver>������ hs-tc Ift Cin^m mj U.S. AnmrU-a.   In hnua >A fl������.  m  I  <% ,.     tl   A  '   <i '  THE NEWSf,'CUMBER.LAND, B. a  J  CATARRH  OF THE  mmm  Could: Hardly Eat.   Gradually  Gr&w Worse.   Rolloved by  Peruna.  Mr. A. M.  Ikerd, Box 31,  iVy c s t Bur-  llngton, Iowa,  writes:  '  "I had ca--  tarrh-oC tho  stomach and  small intes-  tines for a  number of  years. I went  to a number  ot doctors and  got' no relief,  and fin?.] y  ,ono o������ ry  doctors sent  me to C h i-  cago, and I  met the same  fate. T ,h q y  said t h'e'y  could do nothing f o v me';  Bai'd I had  cancer of the  Btomach and there was no cure. I almost thought the same, for my breath  was offensive and I could not oat anything: -without great misery, and 1 gradually grew worse.  "Finally I concluded to try Peruna,  and I found relief and n cure for that  dreadful disease, catarrh. I look five  bottles of PerUna and two of Manalin,  and I now feel like a new man. There  is nothing better than Peruna, and I  keep a bottle of it in my house all tiW*  time."  Mr. A. M. Ikord.  HEAVY  ROCK WORK  ,  Difficulties  Experienced  by Canadian  Northern  Railway  In  British    ��������� *  Columbia. s  A piece of railway construction  that is almost unique is now undei  way on the liriilsh Columbia Division  ol the- Canadian Northern Hailway.  It is "a three mile stretch between  ^pence's Budge and WuDmchni located at a point about an equal distance  Irom the town ol' Lyttou and 'Ashcroft  ami in that strip of right ol v&y four  lui.nolfc* are to be built One, *\\H1 bo  fifteen hundred ien in length, another "vl thousand feet and the two  others five hundred feet each.  , Ileccntly six hundred meu were employed there but ibis* number will  probably be doubled in the immediate'future. Owing to the anxiety of  tho Canadian' Northern to complete  ilio entire section of their line from  Edmonton to Vancouver it is probable that construction work will be  proceeded with during the winter.  This, nowevcr, should, provo in no  sense a hardship because of llio mellow climate ot ilu* ccasl province and  of tho fact that Ibis underground cut-  ling will .place the men employed Le-  yond, iho interior;neo of conditions  obtaining outside.-  Iii addition to tbifi section of bcaty  rock work Uiere are two other tunnels to be built in thih mountain oibt-  rict that are oven or greater size.  One of these, which is located near  the town of 1 ale is to be almost halt  a milo long, or to be exact l',070 feet.  Tho oilier bore Is to bu made in I'm  Black Canyon close to the town cf  Ashcroft. Already the contractor in  charge is busy at >\ur*\. on tbe Tale  tunnel and a very large stab ,o!" men  Is einpiojed. The portals ha^o been  driven at both ends and tho drillers  aro hard at wpik, lhe *jcb will be  pushed forward as rigorously-as possible-and there seem**- to be no scarcity ol white labor,    , *  CANADA'S  GREATEST  SCHOOL  fc%  MJWMPEG  ESTABLISHED IBSSi\^__^Sfi  Awarded' first prize at World's Exposition on its work and methods.  Write, for a free catalogue, Wo  also give instruction by mail. "  Not Necessary  It was a reception and the lady wlio.  bad been reading up on health culture  mistook j^awyer WiUittms for his* byo-  ther, tho"doctor.   "    z . -~ ��������� -���������  "Is it hotter," she aslced confidentially, "to lio on the right side oi- on"  tbe left?"  - i    *  "Madam," replied tha lawyer, "if  ono is on tho right side, il isn't often  necessary to lie at all."   .  ��������� Shocked the Parisian  "We came through witli flying colors," boasted the middle. -Jiged*. man  wbo had returned from the llrs( visit  to Europe. "About'Jh^onlyi serious  mistake of the trip was made' by, my  wife'. She droVe the- clprlj*^ i*u ,a Paris  shop lo indignation.' And" despair by  inadvertently asking if lhe dress trimmings sho was looking at -were imported. The girl nearly look her  bead off. 'Imported?' she said 'Where  from?"  '    No Annexation.  He had just launcnca the niomenl-  ous question. The pretty girl shook  her. bead, "No," sbe replied. , Then  she', blithely added:'"But we can-always, remain-good friends." Ho srnii-.  ed bitterly as be reached 'for his hat.  "Reciprocity without annexation," he  muttered, and stalked away. .  cr  A Pill that Proves its.Value.���������Those-  of weak stomach will find strength  iu Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, be-'  cause tliey 'servo to maintain the  healthful action of llio stomach and  tho llvor, irregularities in which are  most distressing. Dyspeptics arc welt  acquainted with them and value thorn  at thoir proper worth. They have  afforded robot when othor preparations havo I'uilod, and have eflocted  cures in ailments of long standing  whore other medicines wcio lound  unavailing.  Doctor-���������Now, I horo is a very simple  romody for this���������er���������this���������or���������recurring thirst. Wh on over you foel thai  you want a whisky and boiIu, jusl  eat an applo���������ont an apple." ,  Patlont���������But���������pr���������fancy eating fifty or sixty apples a dny!  Mlnard'o liniment cures garget in cows  Paddy has a great power of on-  Joymont nftor all. One day as ho was  out walking lio saw a bull attack a  man, nud hn hnd to hold his side's  with both lini'ds tho rcoho was so  funny. Aftor a tlmo tho unlinnl turn-  nd.lils attention to him nnd poor Pat  aftor oxplorlng tho ,uppor regions,  camo down with ri bump ou tho other  sldo of llio fence, Ilo rubbed hln  wounds as bo mild lo hlmnolf:  "Faith, I'm ghul 1 had my laugh  when I did, or 1 wouldn't lmvo luul Jt  at ull."  Revonfle  Church lusher (confidentially) ���������  That woman I just, son ted Ih Mrs.  Stuolcup, Sho luul mo uniit round to  tho back door-ono dny whon I .culletl  nt thohoiiBO on -iv business errand.  Mado'ino. trnnwiot tlio biiBlnofiK thru  n'sorvunt, too; Hut i'vo got oven with  hor.',,.* " '���������..,.,-      's ...     .,.!...:.  Frlpnd���������You lmvo givon bcr ono of  tlto bent, powii In tho churob,  Uflhor.-"Walt, bnlf nn hour, Shri'ii  tlfcht whoro a Rtnlu^ti ulium-win-low  will throw a rod light on hor uou*,  Big Noioeo  Biilotiman���������-You'll* ilnd th-dno,*good  wearing nool<n, sir;  Customer���������neither loud, nlnll. they?  Saloumnn���������Yes, nir, "liul; tliat  IfOopB tho feet from goliii**; to riloojv���������  Au������;wbw,v-  IT'TELLS OF  SERIOUS  DERANGE-  MENTS'OF THE LIVER AND  KIDNEYS..  i       DR: CHASE'S  KIDNEY -jIVER PILLS  You can stop a headache with powerful ��������� drugs. But It is not generally  .wise to do so,  A ' boadache nlmost. always warns  you of derangements of the digestive  oystoin, tho liver, kidneys or bowels  i Awaken' tho llvor to, healthful, action by the uso of Dr, Chaso's Kidney-  Llvor Pills ��������� and* $'ou-'UQti.Qnly.,J'r,oe  yoursolC of boadache, but remove 'tbo  causo which will soon load to more  dangorous rosultb than headache  Invigorate the action 6f tho klclnoys  by this treatment and you tako away  tho dangers of Wright's diseases ns  woll as frou yourself ol headnche.  Pains are tho result of poison In  tho system nnd whether you hnvo  hoivdnebo, backache or nchlnpf'-Hinba',  you Cnn bo almost sure of rollof and  ouro when you cleanse and uogulato  tho'vital'organs by tho uso of Dr,  Chaso's Kldnoy-Llver Pills.  Thoy aro wonderfully prompt, as  woll as doflnlto and thorough In ac-  llon, You can dopond upon Ihom, nn  matter how long-stumllng or complicated your case, so long as tlio cause  Ib tliu sluggish, torpid condition of  tho llvor and kldnoya,  It' you don't foel llko risking 2i>  conts i'or a box, wrbo I'or n free sum-  plo, A trial will convince you ol' tholr  merits. ��������� Ono pill "a dbso; 25 cents a  box j* all dealorii or IMmanson, Dates  k Co,, Toronto.  A Trial Treatment t  of Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Free  to Skin Sufferers  . If .you, or someone dear to  you, are suffering the itching, burning, slcep-destroy-  . ing torments of eczema or  other cruel skin ' eruption,  with' its embarrassing, .unsightly disfigurement; if you  have tried all manner of  treatment, no matter how  harsh, to no avail, and have  alb but given up hope, of  cure, write to-day for a liberal sample of Cuticura Soap  and Ointment. Thousands  of skin-tortured sufferers,  from infancy to age, have  found that the ��������� first -warm  bath with Cuticura Soap  and gentle application ot  Cuticura Ointment bring  instant   relief, ��������� permit  rest  ^ ��������� and sleep, ,and prove the  first steps' in a speedy ,and -  successful treatment. ��������� Ad-.  dress "Cuticura," Dept.  ioM, Boston, TJ. S.-A.  A Quick Way  ."Wombat    bas    retired from business."  , "VoluntarilyV"  "I suppose s5o.    He stopped advertising." -Courier-Journal.  Alum an Unseen Danger In Food"  Noted food scientists have decided  .that alum is an unseen danger in food,  and as a result of their -investigations, rigorous laws have been  enacted and are now being rigorously  enforced in England; France and Germany, prohibiting the uso of alum in  foods. ' '  Until suitable laws are passbd in  Canada prohibiting the use of - alum  baking-powders, every housewife  should be careful to buy only a baking-  powder that has tho ingredients  printed plainly on tbe label. '  ���������  . ' '  Proving a^Claim.  "Very, suspicious, man, tliey say.'.'.  "Vory. Bought a dictionary, last  wooK, nndynbw ' he's counting,the  words to se'o if it contains as-many  as the*publishers'claim.,      '���������       .,  A Cure for Rheuma'tiem.���������A, painful,  and persistent form of rheumatism is  caused by impurities inMho blood,' the  result of defective action of the liver  and ' kidneys. .The blood becomes  tainted by tbe introduction of uric  acid, which causes much pain in the  tissues and in the joints. Parmelee's'  Vegetable Pills aro known to ��������� ,havo  efl'octed many romarkable cures, and  their uso is 'strongly recommended.  A trial of them will convlnco anyone  of tholr value.  Fishing methods In tho sous around  Japan havo boen radically changed by  tho' Introduction of English steam  trawlers. New fishing banks of great  valuo lmvo beon discovered; which  could nover hnvo boon flshod by tho  natlvo craft. *    ' .   '  The female Wage-Earner.  "Is it posslblo for a femaio wage-'  earner to save from her monthly  wage an amount which in the aggregate will be sutllcient to provide hei  with an Income from the tlmo her  earning days are ovor?" was recently  the subject of an interesting" discussion at a Women's 'Club, and tho conclusion come lo was, that if the wage-  earner, were earning less than $500  a year this would bo extremely diili-  cult. For the purpose of illustration,  tho period of accumulation was assumes to bo trom 23 to 60, and tho  amount of capita', required $6,000, in  order to yield an income of $300 a  year, which iuis considered to bo the  minimum amount ou which sbe could  maintain herself with comfort and  respectability. All this may bo qulto  truo, liut thoro is another plan of  investment of which the ladies bad  ovidently not hoard, namely, tbo Canadian Government Annuities -system,  which is not only absolutely safe, but  which will givo a much larger return  I'or a much smaller investment, and  larger it. may bo said than any other  plan .availablo will givo as a means  of making provision for old age.  For example, if a woman of 2'i were  to deposit with tbe Government yeai  ly the sum of $39.24 until sbo was GO,  which she could do by Weekly or  monthly Instalments if sbo preferred,  or a total of $1451.88 only, the Government would pay her $300 a year  or $75 every three months so long as  she might live from and after 00. If  sho died boforo attaining that ago,  the total payments made with 3 per  cent, compound interest would be refunded to her heirs. If she died at 5S  they would receive $2^25.77, or $1052.-  37 more than sbe had paid lu up to  that time.  If she had no one dependent upon  her and* was concerned about,herself  only, she .could secure-imdor the "B"  plan the'saiuo quarterly, income of  ?75 tor an annual payment o"f $29.67,  or for a total paid in of $1097.79,���������a  yearly return for life no matter how  long that may be of nearly 30 per  cent, of the 'sum invested.  Mark the'enormous difference: on  iho ono band she. would require at 60  a' capital of $6000 invested at 5 per  cent, to yield her an income of $300,  with all the accompanying anxiety  of making safe investments over UK-  accumulating period. In nineiy-nine  cases put bf one hundred, she would  not, having regard to the recurring  omplation to use the money, have  tho capital at 60 which would be necessary to give the income. Vou ha ��������� ,>  only' to write (postage free) to tho  Superintendent of Canadian Government Annuities, Ottawa, io obtain full  information in regard .to this provident scheme.  FIRST AID TO THE INJURED  A  Commendable  Policy of ,the  Can-  ariian  Pacific  Railway  Of such value does the  Canadian  Pacific    Hailway   consider its "First  Aid to tho Injured" work that It, Is  now ontonding its sphere of activities  in   this   connection.     Formerlv tho  Railway's "First Aid" work was largely confined  to  tho employees  ot  its  operating departments, but now lbe  woik is being extended to all classes  of    employees,    rinses being formed  among   th0   clerks aud otllce stafTs.  This is being dono not so much i'or  tho advantago of tho railway itself,  but from a feeing which those at tho  head of the railway have that everybody should havo at least a rudimentary knowledge of "First Aid."   Altogether on tho .Canadian Pacllb* Hallway system there nre now about bo-  tweeu 7000 and S000" men enrolled in'  the classes,    among the cities    ami  towns m wnich (noa������ ctassen arc satiated bolng, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg,    Calgary,    Vancouver,    Victoria,  Brandon, Carleton  Placo,  Fort William, Port .Arthur, Iloehilaga, Kenora,  Nelson, ���������Norlh  Huy, inca^a, Uu..������u-  ont, Smith Falls, St. .lohn, Ilavolock,  London,   lluruluuu,   McAdam   Jnctn,,  Windsor,    W.    liholt, Gorlericb,  Fori  Berry, Chapleau, Sebrlber, White Itiver,    Wouowooti,    hauit' Ste.   Marie,  Sudbury and  Bing Inlet.    Altogether  there aie over 100 classes, Montreal  heading the list with ten classes.  A WARNING TO MOTHERS  No mother can expect her little ono  to escape an the ills' of childhood,  but every mother Who accepts fair  warning as to tbo, treatment of these  little Ills can save her baby sucb suffering. Thousands of mothers* of  young childvou keep Baby's Own Tablets in the bouse���������ab' mothers should  do so. The TabletB are a never falling cure for all the minor ills of babyhood and childhood - They can bo  given with perfect safety���������they always do good; never harm.' Constipation,' indigestion, colic, simple fevers, colds, etc., all lapidly disappear  under treatment with the Tablets. Tbe  Tablets aro sold by medicine, dealers  or by mail at 2S cents a'box from The  Dr. Williams' .Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  SCOTT'S  IMI SKIN  IS THE BEST IN THE   WORLD-^���������  b-eeause it is made of  the purest and best ingredients, because it  contains more healing,  strengthening and upbuilding material than  any other Emulsion, and  because it is a perfect  product of a scientifically perfect process.  Doctors the world over  recognize  Scott's Emulsion  as the Standard preparation of Cod Liver Oil.  AH DRUGGISTS  .     11-22  Foozle.���������Doc Woozie wants ter sell  his auter. 0  , Biff.���������What's Uie reason?  .  .Foozie.���������He figures that ,the one  that buys it will be a steady .patient  ever after.  . The longest bare-knuckle fight was  tliat between ' Jonathan Smith and  Janics Kelly, near Melbourne, in 1S55,  which lasted 6 J-2 hours.  Comments on the Coun'.ry  Bishop Frodcriclv liugees, of Long  Island, was praising tbo beneficiont  work of tnose associations that send  tbe pale littlo children of the slums  to tuo country every summer foi a  weok or *wo.  "Quaint indeed, are tho comments  on the country which, at tbelr first  glimpse oi! it," said Uiu bishop "these,  children mako.  "Ono child found gazing with passionate interest at a lot oi' hens, was*  asked if be had never seen chickens  before.  "O, yes, I've seen 'cm before," ho  answered, "but only after they woro  peeled."  "There was another littlo chap,"  continued Bishop Burgess, "who refused to be a country weckcr. Ho  nould stay in tho city. Is'o country  for him.  "But why?" tbey asked him.  ' 'Because tbey liave threshin' machines out there,' said be, 'and it's  bad enough here, where it's done by  hand."  Mlnard'o  Llnlmont Cures  Distemper.  Tho Canadian Pacific Hallway has  givon a contract r.o tbo John S. M(ileal fb Co.- Ltd,, Montreal, for the 700i  feet of cribbed wharf.-with,'-Volnforced  cpneroto superstructure at Victoria'  Harbor, Out,, in addition to tlio 0,500,  foel of wharf'alroady built'aiisi'iimlei'  construction by tho Metcalfe Co,  Tn India third-class faros on all  rallrondB are al, U19 rato of loss than  ono farthing a mile,  W^ter Power, Versus Coal.  In    connection" with ��������� Sir,-William  Ramsay's address on the exhaustion  of our coal supply,*an, article, in Cas-  si.orls. _ Magazine.*���������on L'lirekt.^ Water,  Power Sites," .by-Henry Halo, is of  special"iliterest: II is there* indicated  what has' been already dono in many-  parts of the world jn utilizing streams  and rivers as a source ol" power, and  also how much still-. remains , to be  (lovoloped in this direction. Thus it  has been estimated by Prof. Unwln  that the available water power of Iho  United Stales amounts to 80,000,000  b:.\ And it is believed 'that by a system of, storagb reservoirs, this might  bo" incroas'ed to -150,000,000. As -regards econprby, it is pointed out thac  Iho saving effected .by using wato:  power instead of coal'amounts to  about ������2 'a year, for every horse;  power.  . If the.Falls of Niagara were fully  utilized,1 'it ,'is'. reckoned that they  would supply, onorgy. equal to 7,000,-  000 horsepower,' whilo on tho Uppoi  Mississippi 2,000,000 such 'units of  work should'', be available. A;i interesting example of tho recent develop-  .mont, of-'-'Watbr powor. Is .given from  Kashmir, Thero tho 'Jholuiii Kivor  has boen mado to generate eloctrlcal  poAyor to deepen its own1 channel, and  so 'prevent tho overflowing of 200,000  acres Of land, whloh aro thus rendered availablo for wjculturo. ' The" fact,  that no coal was available, and that  the [site was 200 miles, from .tho nearest rail\yay; station, rendered the Uso  of. -wiiter power j iinporntlvo in .this  case,-but a judicious development bf  tbo powers of oiir own streams 'might  considerably prolong tlio duration of  oiir coalfields,  ^0*S^WliWli^fte*w  &&#ppmA  W'\\x--'S'kT  i&'-TOBtf  W, N, U. No. 874  '   True to Llfo,  UeitdtJr���������lToro Is 11 manuscript tliat  looks '-w.ori.1i wllllo, ,  'MugiiKtno   IW Hor���������phi    you    over  hoar the nuiiio of Iho wrltor bcfoic?  Uoailor��������� No; ho Ih 11 now one,  , MiutiiBliio Killtoi'r'-8oMl.lt,,bttck mul  ,t\y >vo. roterol.' thnt It ia not oultublo  for our iiHo.���������Hoclioi-toi' lioraitl,  "Jimmy," wild Tommy, "wl.ul.'tj tbo  h-iitlor with you? You don't novor *,*o  In I'or any fun nowadays."      '��������� ''  "No; I'm .IjoIiir iiood bccauae.i'ui  g'nln' to huvo a birthday soon an-* I  want, to git 11 "present,"* ropllod-'Jimmy.     .' ,*���������.-���������. * .*;'���������*��������� * :  "Bettor not bo loo good, or maybe  Hi by won't, give yev nothin* but. a*  Oiblo,"  "Judge, I simply havo an Inonliit-  U'io iinptii-io u> nu-ai,  "I hnvo Ib(���������*!',(' b'm'l-MIMf* !m*���������*>'*!lr/-:t  itomotlmow," nilln the judgo. "l have  ono right now to send you to jail,  Sixty duys,"���������KiU.iBttb City Joyriijil,   ,  Vta'uld Erect Another  "Now,   Pat,"   Inaufrod   n   tourist,  "what ilooH this stono' comirionioro'to?  It Ih a hpwbmnia memorial,"  Shnro* norr," uiihivorod Pat, "tin a  stono I -eroded on llio spot whoro n  kind English L'oiiUcmiui gave mo flvo  Hlillleii,"--Tlt'Bll.fi,  (nnoont Gftri������td  "Miuuiua, can you elwuj-.u five una,  for ine?" milted llio   liinocoiic   littln  Clorald,  "Hnxv   do   you   whib It cliatiBod,  dour'/" wild iiiaminii,  ���������'"Into a dime," was the Ingenious  robj,ontic>.  Welcome Words to Women  "Women'who seder with disorders peculiar to_their  ".  6ex"M������ould"wnteliur"A8sb6Iati6n~nncl receive frets  *   tbe advice ot a physician of over 40 years' experience  , .' ���������a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases  '   of women.    Every letter of this sort has the most  ���������  careful  consideration-and is regarded as -sacredly  'A   conGdpntial.   Many sensitively modest.women write  fully what tney would shrink from telling to their  -   local   physician.     The  local   physician  is  pretty  svtre  to  say that  he cannot" do  anything without  "an examination."    Dr. Pierce holds that these  distasteful examinations nre generally needless, nnd  that  no  woman, except 'in rare cases, bhould  submit to  then.  Dr. Picrce'tt treatment will cure yon right in tho privacy of       ,>  your own  home.   His " Favorite  Prescription"  has cured  hundreds of thousands, some of them the worst of cases.  It is the only medicine of its kind thnt is the product of a regularly graduated  physician.. The only one. good enough that its makers dare to print its every  ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear cxamina*  , tics. No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in it. Some unscrup.  ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take it. Don't trifl������  with your health. Write to World's Dispensary Medical Aftsooiation, Dr. It.  V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y,,���������take the advice received nnd be well.  SMMhCun  quickly ntnpt condlisi,.cures colli*, licrtsj  Ilia throat n id luniis      ���������.    ���������     29 cunts.  Not long ago tlio American fiirmor  wnsrbolnR .ijenorally roprovou for bis  oxtrawiB-anoo. Thos looturoa soniri to  hnvo hoon tiiUon to boiirl., Thai Is  tlio,conviction, at nny rnto.of a iiieiu**  bor of tho Now York stock oxclmiiK������t  who was motorltiK lu tlio country Um  oihor day. Whllo bo was waltiiiB in  11 vIlliiKo 11 fai'.moi' dlovo lip to.a hitch.  lug-PQHt and ccu'ol'ully niuwlod bin  horso '.with a foedlni; buff. Tho fiinnor  then wont nround to tho. buck of,.his  wiiRou and took out of It a' chicken  wllh a pleco of strliiR tied', to ono Is:1**.,  With tho hU'Ihb ho fiiHtoiiod tho  rhlokon to, tho hltchliiK-pcot, no Usui  II. ooulil pick up tlio oats dropped*,  1'rom tho homo's nosobaK,  ,. Sav'lnn Him  "Why luivo you nnd Minn 8\vc.et  broken ��������� off your' .enRaRomopt?"..  iJVSu,.'S,.w   ,i,.',.   Ju.l...   .,1...    .,..  "Tbnt'tt n niif-rtv roatinn."  "Not at all. Bho bollovoa In foruuio  lollliiR, and whon uho went to havo  her future rovenlcd not Iohm: hko i*Ih>  \Vuu III form rd that i*l������o would b<- married' ''throo * tlmoH,    That ndlled my  rif','\ ffti** Ilu* thnn bohtt' nl lf*.v<l     Hln*  pnld that Bho wnn dotonnimxi th/ii 1  nhouid not encounter tho diinRor of  bolnR  flrnt  on  Iho  llHt."--lMitiil)ur������r  1'rORH.  WATERPROOF COLtAM  -*>', uunhtntoofHQfiMi you aatintatti������������������ft  '���������   linn,/Vi#������iltl'n������lori������or6������ndil*,j|JJo . .<  .-'-":-'S'fli'ntl  *ly!n arilt ������u<* r*ti|Mlr(!iij   -  The Arlington Cp. ol Canada, Lti  18 Frn������t Ave,, Toionto, OnUtlft   *  No Bottom To It '  In County HIIro thoro .In a Hinall  lako renowned for \tn falniloun depth.  A profeBfior bnDponod to 'b6 In ���������that  liart of Ireland last mimmor, and  Bliirtod out ono day for a ramble  amoitR ���������tho mnnntuliiH, * accomiianlod  by a natlvo guldo,, Ah thoy cllmbod  Pat asked'.Iiim 1 .-If ho would llko to  soo thlfl lako, "for It'u not bottom at  llll,   HOIT." .   ,',  "But. how tioyoii know thai, Fat,"  linked IbO'profutWor. /  "Well, Rorr, I'U loll' 'yo. Mo own  c'otiiiln wan Bhowln' tho pond to a  Ijontlomon 0110 day, norr, and ho looked liici'DtlhloiiH llko, just uu you do,  and ino ooualn couldn't .Bland It for  lilm fo doubt, hiu worn), oorr, and bo  ho mild, 'Jli'gonn, 'I'll provo tbo truth  of mo woii'dii' and off with 1Mb oIoUioh  and In ho Jumped,"  Tho profoBKor'H faco woro an iimua*  cd and (juIkkIciiI cxprortBlon,  "Yon, iiorr, In ho Jumped, and didn't  colno up iiRnln nt nil, nt all."  "Dut,". Eaid the prornsBor, "I don't  boo Unit your ouuhIii proved IiIb point  by rockk-BBly drowning hlmnolf.'  "Hiiro rwrr, It: wasii I drown od nt nil  ho wan, Tbo noxt day uoiiicb a cabin  iuih iiim iit Ait&tmJi.i dhi.in ixi i'-.sti  011 bin clothca.  Hnrflshlp'B 6f Plonoerlno  ' "DurluR iho diiyi* ot Uie ro'uI lover  Ij;     f';;l''-. ;;;!.,   "     .....! ,t     .,_,,     .,1.1        .    .  lain, "our lihlp,wuu mo cidwUhiI that  ynu couirt hurtjly i������ni a place to alctp.  'fiiptiiln,' tial'I a Ulan, whrn wc woi'v  thiT't) tluyn out, "I  havo Just. n;ot. to  have Mir,)i, place to hlecp.'    'Where  iihvo you boen idoepinR? 1 Miked.   "I  uivp boon HloepliiR on a nick man,"  a-.* 'pilHt't'UBisi*  luiitl,  'but bo'ii  l"illlii(;  otter now,' "-���������auccuHB.  Wlrolosa Oiioiulor���������lloitd Heater re-  >orl������ lack of nrniiHo In Iho bay;  ������������������houId nrrlvo in about two mlniitcH,  (.'lipid Court Maiiiift,-* Wt*ll, nend  but inoBEnRo about AmalRanmtcd lco  .uu] then R.t mo my riiii.  V ������ $200.00  ��������� IN CASH  AND 1,000 VALUABLE PREMIUMS GIVEN AWAY,'  1st Prize, $80.00 In Cash   3rd Prlie, S35.0O In Caah  2nd Prizo, $40.00 In Co������h   4th Prize, $25.00 in Cash  Btb to 0th Prises, each $10.00 In Cashi  Herewith will be  found' tbei>ic,lureof  nn'oldjuau.Avouud  bis head and ahouU  dera are concealed  the faces of bin  aoven .dituRhierB.  Canyon ilnd these'  ficven faces? If,en,  mark the faces wiih  nn X,* Cut out the  picture and iicndit  to un, together with  a Blip of pnper bu  which you luive  written the word.*)  "I lmvo found the  ficvon fuccu uml  ninrkctl thCiu."  Write the abovo  worth plainly ami  neatly, na iiu'risoof  Uch, both wi'Uiiuf  and licnlncnH -will  be considered iu  thin content.  Should you not  hnppeu lo be it neat  writer, aliow this I  advertisement .tol  Home friend ofyouru I  whocnuwriteplnin-l  ly nud iiently, audi  lmvcbttnorlicren-|  tor thia contest inl  his or her nume fori  you. First, ciRreel  wlththoperHonwliol  ifltodotue wntiiiR.f  that you aro to receive any p r I z c I  money or prize |  that may be nward-  cil,  Thlninny tnkenpl  nliltleof your timeI  ImtnBthcrolaTWOl  IIUNDUKI) 1X)I>|  I/ARBiii cjihIi aiidf  One Thoiifland  premiums HI veil I  away, it Ib worth I  your time to take a I  littlo trouble ovcr|  this matter,  ure and I  en facettl  Remember, nil you have io do in lo innrk the facet-i, cut out the picli  wrileoit a'syparaie piece of paper the words,. "I have found the bcvc  and marked tlicm."  We do-not "ask Vou (o Spend One Ccnl ol Your Money  in order to cn(cr this Contest  f.iml Miir tmiiiint mm n������ mil tf(,!r tin R't'iin  tpllinir rmi islirllur j,,ur ���������ii������*it ll (is'ifsl or nut,  ill .Jli,t������nil������P���������,i'i,l������t������ I'-ii. I til   l���������.,.l'l.r iviSI,  Mill  tllf is.lslft till *,ldlf������������#* s,t'ls*ivs.t. WIMI tt*,-, r������ft"lt>  flfiiv.,1 tivtr Onn VWl.lMiS,! 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II 1.1 I ������>'S -....ii-... ,,l.���������^.l ,;^,,A������������l  ���������nil'mi������������rlif, Viilf omitri4i������(i������ t" "In ��������� fir*) fosirni  Illlll II lumlll tl.t'l |������ tlut i.t ���������njw.n ������[������������, it tit  Viatltmt wlBium ������l c������������h frill* tr* ttUllti llll*  ������������|������������lnp p>ti ���������������r,t������i|,  Names ami Addresses of a few Prize-Winners in Recent Contests  Mii.W. A. C flit, it ������������������'��������� -ir.ti ,IS.I , HiLiiifs*-!;.., XjK'i  {liitll tlrwlnif,s,<'.ill-'.;i������ ,.il.,������iintiK,'������K������     (,  ll. I^sitl Qsimtjl, Ct'ifitnu  tiisJS*jss/;-'.'ii*.  Ur, *!ri|icmi������l������ri,ii|ii.ltt|il.������if;������i'.s|Sttli,OtU������l.  Mr I X. nr. I'iuii, AMii*,'M������vi, (.i-i'   llr>. It, llrMllliti, W Ur I'".) SI, Wp-i Tmshw  nuii.u. n������ni4iiiiii, iit iiiii(iiw.'i miiiiii-*n..v  lll>������ ll.C. I'ilv������ll, I'.0 !)'f( , litl,>������������, tint., ...  Mm. ������ilil'������������ listinimi, |l��������������� 101, |s���������i,lisi, l!������n. ,,  Mr, Mutir.m H���������'.Iii>,ii, Mitlorl llncti, (lut ,,  Hr.Tlin^, ||uiit[iliii������������,,���������'nAiriiUf-iiiii.f't IkIiu'i  Hr, V A. Pri.-H*,. HI Isro.i *v������ . Winnlm**  Mil J. ������, liin������i������r,t, ������,������-��������� M.i,.i.iisi.,is������. *������|,,M',.l  ������(r|. A l>������l������ti������on��������� WSliilsiit Itlm-ii. Wiiniiprii .  Hri. I' It rin-lwu-l t.(4 lsi*tiu������ Si>��������� Ts,n.Ki,i  *    '    i.i Hi ��������� i ' .I,.,.'' h  SSJ,  S'lrt  ������/* tv  ;,"s'i  <n,,,,  ti,,  t.i i*i  iir n,|: stsi'st. i-.ti.  Address:  i-i.  it,M Mil. I  nii'*!'.. II, tl.lllill  '..".    IJ,���������������**.!  tin J*> it IImw.h, IJ llm'." .it., Wmisi[^|,  Mr, W ll l.ii'ii, I'uaiiuin, (list   It.. Tt.vi ltm,tr,Ullsinils������ it, T'.roni.i   Hltn M,������iy l.iiiii,, ll t|������sir������'i Si. Ji'tin'i NH't..,  Mill I! A  ICanr.nJr, Its Hiilss-iis Kt , Itur.lllsin  ������ir Jnlii V������,f"Sir,l|������i, (*���������������ail, Hinr, Out,  is Jrtn I  V���������f���������.  ������l ���������J,illii-������n,|iucliw,|ili. tit. PAn'i KIIJ ,  il SKI  JIM  J������r������l  IJisO  Hsjn  ������) <m  tis, ;-. l| ts.innrir, I,., liugt'v.iiM . Iliisiltii'). tin  III V,',C Mi*s,-i. M!t l|iivtsi������ssi|ii.. Muittrtil.,,, IJ������i  Ur, II w llnl������������. ������n������ ijl.|ii������fr������>ll.������isl   !������."������  Mi-  tl   n.,������l.n   llflfy ttlfl,������������ .SI  l������il\������ Mill.,, ������.,!���������  .M,i*M   H   ivi'.ki.   H V ,������" As������ .  II jMiif.l ... luui  IMiHllsiihllmv.ii iD'.'n'SilirlUn.l As* ,W,*,lss���������[*^ lien  Mn. 1,1'jtl l>,<i. ,,  Ik,. II'M, l.liil'l'.llii.AI!, IttM)  ������l, .i ii  i. ,.,,,,���������   ii   it   .'���������..., tt ,l|������������������,iii),i . ro (v  BOVEL MFG. CO'Y.  SUITE 1,     noVCI. BUILDINO  MONTREAL, CANADA, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA^  Tie Cumberland Hews  issued Every   Tuesday by  the  Gomox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  This.paper..will not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of oth-  ers,-as'may appear in its columns  from' time to time. - V  WEDNESDAY,  Jan. HI. "1912,  WATER NOTICE  NOTICE* is herehy -yvet* that an  application will Vic rotule  und- r Purl V. of the " Wa er Act,  1909," to obi iin a licence in ue   Division of Coniox District  , (a) The name of Company in  ful: Wellington Colliery Company  Limi.el.  The head oflice: Viotoia, B.C.  Tlie capital, how divided, Hhow I noiive power  ing amount paid  up:   $2,000,000,  divided imo 20,000 shares of $100  each, fully paid up.  [If for mining   purposes]   Free  Mini'i'd Certificate No ..........  (b) The name of the lake, stream  or pourte, [if unDamed, thedeecrip-  tion i,-] A creek passing near the  mouth of No, 8 Tunnel, which tunnel is situale near the division line  be: ween Section 3 in Township 9,  aiurSectiv-n 34 in Township 10, in  Gmnox District. --*  (o) The point of diversion: At or  near junction of a email stream,  ..flowing   from   ihe  mouth of said  'iimpel No. -8 w:th abovede.-cribed  creek,  (il) The quantity of water applied for [in cubic feet per second]  3.5 cubic feet  (*>) The character of the proposed  workf: Reservoir at or neiir the  mouth of said Tunnel No. 8.  (f) The premises on which the  w.iter is lo be used (dei-cribe^'same]  I.-,, upon and about Sec*ion 3 in  Township   9 and  Lot 228 in said  ~To"wh������hiprthe~eaid-land-being-held  by the said Applicants in fee from  the crown.  [g] The purposes Jor  which the  waler in to be used: Industrial.  [h] If for irrigation describe the  land to bo irrigated, giving acreage  (2) The means proposed to be adopted  [ to lower and refill; None.  (3) The nature ,md character in detail  ol the works proposed to be constructed  to provide for the discharge -md penning  back of the water: A small dam will be  constructed with an eignt-inch pipe out-  let. . ������������������"..-���������  Signature  WELLINGTON COLLIERY Co.. Ltd  W. I, Coulson, General Manager  P.O. Address 'Victoria, B.C.  Extract from Memorandum of Association of Wellington Colliery Company, Limited: ."  (a) To acquire by purchase, grant,  lease, or in any other manner *..��������� * *  water and rights to water ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  (d) To carry on the/business of * *  ��������� * electric light, heat and power  supply ������������������ ��������� * ���������  (*->) To manufacture and use as a  motive power electricity ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� and  to manufacture or acquire plant,  machinery, apparatus and materials  of every kind for the production and  distribution'.bf electricity * ��������� ��������������������������� to  generate, use or dispose of supply or distribute elei tricity...*i'.'... .for lighting or  , .and to construct, lay  down, establish and carry out, ; cables,  wires, lines accumulators, lamps and  .vorks.  -   NOTICE,  r������ the Supreme Court ol British  Columbia,  In the matter of the Estate .of  Henry Brooks, deceased, and  In the matter of the "���������Official Administrator^ Act."  NOTICE is hereby given that  tinder an order granted by His  Honour C. H. Barker dated the  15th December, 1911, I, the undersigned was appointed Administrator of all and' singular the es^  tate of Henry Brooks.  All     parties; having    claims  against ths estate of the   said deceased are   requested  to   furnish  particulars of the same ou  or  before the 10th day of January, 1912,  and all parties indebted to the said  estate are requested   to pay such  indebtedness to me forthwith.  "Gko." Thomson/ *  Official Administrator,  Dated at Nanaimo, B. C. this 15th  day of .December, A. D. 1911.  [i] P the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water is to be  /returned to some natural channel,  ���������and the difference in altitude bo-  tvveen point of diversion and point  of return ...... ,;...!...'..'   ���������������������������!���������������������     ttlittttt  [j] Area of Crown land iniended  to I*io��������� occupied by ihu propoted  works: No Grown land to be occupied  [k]" This noti6o was poBted on tho  twonty uixth day of January, 1912,  and application will bo made to the  Commissioner on the fourth day of  March', 101.2..  [1] Give tho names and addressee  ot any riparian proprietors or licen  fees who or whose lands are likely  to bo affeotod by tho proposod  works, oitli������r above or below Iho  outlet: No proprietors or licoripcca  or their lands are likely to bo  nffcd'O'l.  Attach Huch copy of riuch parts of  tho  Company'n .memorandum of  association im authorize iho   pro-  po (tsi mi plicuiirtii and norks.  (Slcriturrt)    WRMJNOTON   COL-  \.im\ CO., LTD.,  V../.   vi'tii.Hit.s, lu-noril Mannpcr,  v.o. Ad������!r������H> Viotoria, B.C.   $   ���������   :���������     i- ��������� hjkImC.  TENDERS.  In the inatter. of Henry Brooks,  deceased.  TENDERS for the purchase of  tho South East part of fractional  North East quarter of Sec. 20,  Township 9; Oomox District, containing 26 acres, will be received  by the undersigned up to tho 20tli  day of January 1912.  Gko. TftoMsoN,  Official Administrator.  Nanaimo, B. O,, Dec. 3 5th, 1911.  NOTICE-  NOTICE is hereby given thn  tho uiuUii'signed has pnrchated the  Laundry business of. Mau Litis.  All dopts and claims nguhut the  said Mali Leo in uot bo presented  to him for payment,' nnd nil dopts  duo him must ho'paid him on or  boforo tho expiration of ���������hirty  days fiom iho date hereof.  Wino Fono,  Datod nt Cumberland, B, C.,  .iHiiiuu-y 22ud 1912.  FOR THE BENEFIT of those people whom I  have not been able to interview during my  stay here, I wish to announce that shares in our Company can be had by sending cheoue, draft or money order  payable to the Hudson Bay Insurance Co,, to the address  below. The share offering is 5,000 shares, of which over  3,000 shares have been sold since our stock sale opened  December 4th, 1911, at a premium of $30per share; viz.  $130 per share of which but the premium of $30 per  share, and $20 per share of the capital, are being called  on the-following terms, viz.:��������� .  #20 per share with application  $15 per share in 60 days from date of application  #15 per share in 90 days after aforesaid date.  Dividends averaging 28.91 per cent have been  paid by this Company during the last two years, besides  adding to the suiplus, which now amonnts to $69,132.45.  This ts the statement for 1910, which is the only one yet  available. Our references in Cumberland are, the people  who have bought shares,  BALANCE SHEET, June 30th, 19U -      '  Liabilities  Capital  Stock ($101,740.00  ;    paid up)  .$508,700 00  Agents' deferred commission  ���������and-sundry-accouuts-.~.-.-*~38,876_57__  Reserve i'or reported and sup|  posed losses (unaddjusted),   22,482 94  Pavable for re-insurance...      6,965 88  Re-insurance fund y.' 57>������97 72  Net Surplus and Reserve -   - ^69,132 75  $703-255 86  Assets  Cash on Deposit receipt and  on hand ������������������$ 3������i77^ ������5  First mortgages, bonds deben  tnres, real estate, _etc._. -*_^_a������7i52874  "CurrenVagency "balaiices..". " 27V779 88"  Furniture and fixtures, maps,  Head office and branches.     -7,524 56  Cash paid into court for disputed claim       2,686 63.  Capital uncalled  406,96000  8703.255 86  HUDSON BAY INSURANCE CO.  .ANTON  BUGGE, Special Representative.  Stock Sales Department,  4j 1, Pacific Block,    ,  VANCOUVER.  Main Office,  Winch Building.  ,- ,.)���������  >** I'srli  v,'')*'"-rt i<"-fincur  **>������:  ���������s.i.ii.'.ls nf No.  Tiiiinel  1    nbovo  '������. .j.  ��������� tut... a ������.> J-  ii 'J'tiaoH.  ) .i-.������t >������������������*���������;���������������".t rsrr.i <������f the reservoir  siu or -Air., is 800 s(]U������i'c fcift The Area  ut \bf lisiisht it which 11 ii prcposftd lo  pen lhe water it Si.**-, square feet} ami the  difference ol elevation be;men the high  uml low water planes is 5 feet.  (v) How is ii pr* f)iH'.'d lo acquire tlie  land r.focisary for the ptirpese: The ,ip.  ptictnt'* own tYn Nrul.  <v1 Apprnxirr itflyilio nuinbei of acre*  i.:s t t������ts>l.*ii'il Isj   lfi    itl)*)<lisilnlu4'.     <l|<t-  icnili oi r :s .icr< -font.  {������) Wheihr r it is j-roprssal to losvcr the  v aicr in w/ natural Uke or itantlinK  b   '���������* ������f mytr; and If to, t!**n:  i.*' Th? infi-ipifrc' f*-tr-nl nf thf- hn*er  .*.    N"5. Irtvrcre-..  KOTICB  NOTICE in lioroby glvcm that tho  pnrtnt'i'fsliip firm of ������������������ Cloutier &  Kiiklii-ide,--Uvory-HtabK-j keepers  in 1 he City nf CumlMM'Innd B.C.  i. i.s this dny been  iUkhuIvihI.  All debtrt duo the firm must U**  paid I'orwitli to MoHflcrn l'ottor  mid Kirkbi'idn who iH lu������rc������by antli-  , iovtcitd'tot rrlvn r"fi>H\r������ for f|si������ r������\in<t  S'|������������-U| O I ���������*'!-.  A!l debt jijtninr*! ibb Slmi  muni  lio pro;miitcd for pay mont within  80 day������ from  the dale 'hereof, to  MeM������r������ Potter ������fe  Kirkbrido.  V. ll. Ci.otmj-ju  Dated Jan. 22 1012.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given to  John H, Glanville, co-owner in  the Koss group of Mineral Claims  Htiintod 20 mileB from tho mouth  of Phillips River in the Nnfiainio  Mining Division, than his shnro of  the expenditure lias not been paid,  and thnt we intend to ilio notice  with the Mining Ilccorder of paid  District according to Section 25 B,  Chapter 185 of The B. C. Mining  Act,  J. O. Ross, Agont.  Lnnd, B. C. Oct. 7th, 1011.  k*4������  1A..II  CUMBERLAND   " ��������������������������� -CAP ^������������������  JACK & RICHARDS  P.ropriolova,  FARM KOlt'KKNT.  Knrm for rent; long term pvo  ferred. 100 acres more or lens,  abont tvvouty-five cleared, good  0 room honfie and out buildings,  Ainu for enle ono general purpose  team well matched, ono heavy  draught horse, and Qiher stock nnd  implements, Vov particnlarfl np-  piy Joiiu i-tluDonniu, Cuniox F.  O., B.C.  "movTng ?  Pianos and  Fuunituur  Freight, Wood aiid Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  R. HORNAJ,        PHONE 5 7  Windermere Ave.  ORimKS TAKKN  FOR NUT   COAL  WHO AM  I?  fljf AM CREATED to sweeteu, elevate and  *-t enrich life.  My voice reflects harmony���������heaven.  My virtues are supreme because I give all  aud take nothing.  My years of usefulness are unlimited,  My strength holds the teusiouof forty thou  sand pounds.,,  My frame is built from selected monarchs ot  mountain forest,  My tones vibrate ou German-made steel wire.  My fingering tips nre carved   from   Utsks  grown in tropical jungles.  My action embodies the best result of human  effort to obtain strength and responsive-  ness.  My coat is made of hard wood���������mahogany,  beryl and Circassian walnut.  No home is complete without that for which  1 am created���������Mu*ic.  I  AM THE  PIANO  The GEO. A. FLETCHER Music Co., Nanaimo, B.C.  T. E. BATE,  ooal Ageut for Cumberland, ll.C.  [I 8.1 Tjios, W. Patterson,  Lieuteunut-Uovcraor.  CANADA:!  PROVINCE or BRITISH COLUMBIA.  GEORGE toe FlFrtf, 1 y tho Grace o������    .  God, of tbe United Kingdom of Great    '  Britain and Ireland, and ot tho Britieh  Dominions beyond tho  Sew KING,  Defender  of the Faith, Emperor of  India.  To all to whom those presents shall como  -Gbkktinq. ���������   ���������     '  W.J. Bowskk, (TIT-HEREASappli"  Attoruey-Gencral I f������ c������U on li a s .  been made to Uiu Hcnour theLkuten ut-  Goyeruor iu Counoil, undor the "Municipalities Inoorpoiution Aot," by the Muni-.,  oipal Council of the City of Cumberland,  to extend the limits of ths Municipality,  in accordance w ith a resolution passed by  two-thirds of the tm-mbeis thereof and  oonfirn.ed by a vote of the elector. ;J  And wnuitKA8 tlio consent of the owner*  of moro thnn oue������half in value of the Uud  to bo .included within the boundaries of the  proposed txtenaioa afleoted thereby, nud  who are entitled to petitioufor iucoipsr*-  tion as n Municipality, has been obtained  at a poll held uuder the provisions of  section 10 cf the eaid Aot;  Now K*r6w yk, thviotore, that by viitue  of the authority contained ia the suid  "Municipalities Incorporation Aot," Wo  do heroby proclaim that the limits ot the  Corporation of tho City ot Cunb.rland '  shall be and they heio'iy me extmded from  tbe let day of January, i912, so as to in*  dude Block One, Lo*. Oue, nnd Blook 11,  Lots One, T vi*, Ture -, and Four, b ing a  e'jbdivieiou of part of Lut Twenty-c-ne,  Nelson Dis-riot.  In Testimony Wkxh'kof, We have caused  thiBH Our Letters to be made Paeut,  and the Great Seal of Our said Proving to be hereunto ufiixed.  Witness, HiB Honour Thomas Wilson  Patekson, Liouti itisnt-Governur cf our  eaid Province of British Columbia, in  Our City of Viotoria, tbis twenty firet  day of Deo* mber, in tho year of Our  Lord ono thousand si'.e hundred and  eleven, and in the eecos.d year of Our  reifrn.  By Command.  HENRY ESSON YOUNG,  Provincial Secretary.  Dried Brewers' Graia  Clean, bright and wholsome,  low m water aud carbohydrates,  but containing nearly double the  amount of fat and protein, pound  for pound, than the ordinary feed  "slufFs'iirlocaruserit  Meets all the Requirements  of a Profitable Dairy Peed  and compared in price with what  is asked .for,other feed stuffs,- is  triple protein valne for your  money. Its superiority lies in  the fact that feeding it increases  both, the total digestible matter  and the amount of fat and pro-  tein in the daily ration  And Saves you 40 lo Q % on Feed  You should not be without it,  Malted grains, fresl-j and sweet  from the brew kettle', drsed iu a  continuous vacuum process by  Royal Stock food Company, ltd.,  Dryers Of and Dealers iu Food  Products.  Scotia and Front Strkets,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  NOTICE,  Tho nnntonl moetinpjof the Comox Crenmory Association Ltd.,  will bo held in tho Agricultural  Hall, Cotirtonay, on Thnreday,  January 18th, 11112 at 8 p, m.  Wm. Duncan,  Secretary,"  KSQUIMALT   AND   NANAIMO  RAILWAY,  PUHLIO NOTICE U horoby  Klvon that thn Kf-nuimall ond  Nanaimo Rnohvay Compnny did  on tha ninotionih diiv of January,  1012, -J.-poHit in iho Laud Repi'try  Ollioo in tho Ciiy of Victoria, in  tho Province of Britinh Columbia,  plan, profile nnd bonk of reioronro  Miowing the lorn (inn of ita proposed lino of railway from Black  Creok to Campbell Rivor, Van  ennvor Inland, Mng Milo 49 10  Milo 72 3, aa   upprovod   by   tho  Unnvf"!    ������f   I>nl1i������>������..     flMwMlM!.���������...  1    v  '' ' *'     *   *      **.   li-if,J l-m^.iiit^^tlJttiiii,  for On iin dn.  DATED    tbis  twenty-second  dny of January. 1912.  \y, F. Salsdury,  1 Secretary,  Mri������, Simms will givo lessons  011 tho p'ano at bor honso in Jor-  nsaloin, formerly ownod hy Mr.  James. Stewart, on and after  March Ith���������until thon in Camp aa  tumid.  -���������������-  FOIt SALK-The South Knflt  corner of Maryport Avtnno nntl  Second St., with bttildiug*.   Price  *f'25.00,   Apply at t!iic ofltca ov  V. O. Uo; 014 Vancouver,  w  'f\  M  _m  uaaaa  mmm  maitmmm  _____m MADE M CANADA  || Makes Your EXPENSES Light  Make. Your BISCUITS Light  Makes Your CAKES Light  Makes Your BUNS Light  Makos Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  E.W.GUXETTCO..LTD.  Toronto, Ont  [The Courtenay Hotel  |j   Every convenience for guests.  t Tho Oential Hotel for Sportsmen  |!  jj'one but the Best of Wines and Liquors  the Har.  HATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  Goto  John McLEODs  foil first-class  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  V? YOU WANT  GOOD PRINTING.  GIVE US A TRIAL  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  a  NOTICE is borei-y given that oti the lirst  ddj** of Decembrr nrxt; application will be  made to the S>iperintendent of Provincial  Police. Vicioriiv for Uio renewal of the ho.'  tel license to soil liquors by retail in the  hoteljkuown as thf Tort Augusta hotel, sit  aated at Oomox, B.C.   John C. Clarenok  Dated Ootober 8, 1911.  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  * i .  Having built a large warehouse and mil'  at Courtenay, 1 will in future keep on  hand a stock (if ull kinds of Hay, Graiu,  nud Feed at lowest market rates. A  Bpfoinlty will be mado of roller crushed  feed for hor8i*8 which w ilt make a-aaving  of ene third in the oct of feed. Orders  given the teamster or by phono will be  promptly filled. Thanking you for your  patr< na������e ia the past and nolioiting a con  (inuanoe ot the same on broader lines, I  beg to retuain  Yours to command,  BYRON CRAWFORD.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Nanaimo-Union Bay- Comox - Route.  Sailing as under���������  Twin-Bcrawsteumtr "COVVIOHAN"  Leaves Vancouver Thu-������day 0 p.m.  Arrive Uui.m (for Cumbei-lundJ Friday  morning       ���������������  A*, rivea C ������mox Friday morning  ^Returning  Lv    Comox  Frid.y 4pm  . " Union Bay       "   '5   "  *' N.inalu.0 11 p.m.  * Loaves Vancouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nsnuimo, Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Uniou, Sutid-sy Cam  [for L'umlJerluurt]  Arrivee Comox,   Sunday 8am  Re*un-iug:���������  Leaves Comox, Sunday 4pm  Leaves Un'o.i siuuday 5pm  Leaves* Nauaimo, Sunday 11 p.m  [Subject to uhisn^e without LO.ici]  ?>HHfrH^,44������tH44HH,447i'frfl'i^li  ������3  ������j  |sH4-W*W*'MMM  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������;;  I  NOTICE is hereby given ihat 30 days  after aaia I intend to apply to the Honourable the Miuihtcr of Lands for a license to  proepoet fur coal nnd petroleum under the  foreshore and under the v* a'er on tho lauds  in and opposite the full >wiug described  lands situate in Rupart Distiio j���������Cum'  meaciug at a pout planted ou the st-a beach  at high water mark at the iuteraootion of  Sections 14 aad 15 Township 2, Port Mo-  Nuill Rupert Diatriow thuuca north 55  chaina ins re or loss to high water mark ou  the north side of Pure M'uNtill Harbor;  tbence following the eea beaoh at hgh  wa' Oi- mark around tho head of the Harbor  to place of commencement,  FpascisM. Tordiffk,  E. Priese, ogent.  Dated tl.L lut day of September, 1911.  NOTICE.  *. **  NOTICE is hereby given tlmt  application will be made to tho  Parliament of Canada at the next  Session thereof for the eoiitinu  ation of the Charter of theVAN-  COU VER ISLAND AND EAST  ERN RAILWAY COMPANY  and for an extensian of time for  tho commencement of construction and completion of the said  lines of railway authorized to be  constructed by tho Act,of Par  liament of Canada passed in the  Session 7-8,-Edward 7, chapter  167 intituled "An Act to incorporate the Vancouver Islnnd and  Eastern Railway Company," .and  by the Act of the Parliament J of  Canada in tlu Session of 9-10,  Edward 7,'chapter 171 intituled  r'An Act respecting the Vancouver Island and EasternjjjjRuilway  Company,"  R.!C. Lowk,  Solicitor for Applicants.  The Vancouver Daily Province  To September 23,  I; WW. for  -������������������  ������������������  '**  o  V"c will mail The Daily Province  till September 23 to any address  in Canada outside the city of Vai>  couver, for 25������.  General Sections Septsmber 21  Take advantage of our Splendid Ne\?s Service  and foilcv/ intelligently the moves of each party.  ffer-  o  st."1"'.. ".v'l''!'-i"'".', i."p;."ir'.'HiM]>w vw y.|,"������..������l..w^<wfiw  JWH'WJJW."!.*!.!  Xmas Presents  '������������������Jt:.  A Stock of over  to Select From  Xmas Presents  $4,000  INGS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, BRDOCHES.  '!'.-;    -.-   >.'    S;;\ wiml,      "  TARF untie,* -Mi Ik-or^o Hon-  ry West of Y*\nw**m y B <* , oc-.  oupation Fish Merchant, iim-vls  to apply for permission lo pur-  chsifi*-* tho following di'tcribctl  lands:���������Commencing at a posl  planted at tho JS\ W. corner of  Lot 4 D. L236 thence East along  the survey lino 40 chains, thenco  North 20 chains, thence Wott 40  chains, thence South .along the  lako shore 20 chains, and contain  ing 80 acres.  Gkorgk Henry West,  Applicant.  ���������  Dated November 21st, 1011.  BERT  ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Next to Tarbell's Store.  DKINK  The^purest and'best BEER, and *  . made in Cumberland.  .'&OPVRIOI  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ,^ SIR EDMUND. WALKER, C.V.O., LLD��������� D.C.L., President  ���������::* ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAt"$10;000,000=  RESTrrrmooow  aimMmuniiin^^  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian'Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $i and  upwards, on which jjnterest'is allowed at current rates.' There 'is too "'  delay in withdrawing the whole Or any portion of the deposit. Small-  deposits are welcomed. ,, **��������� ' -A2S4  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this lcind sav^es expense in establishing the ownership bf the money  'jrftef-ifeath, and is especially useful when a tiian desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH... ....W.T.WHITE, Manager  NOTICE is hereby given that 3od.iys  after date I intend to apply to the Honor  able Minister of Lands for ii license to  prospect forco;*! and petroleum under the  foreshore and under the waler on the  lands in and opposite the following de.  scribed lands situate in Rupert District:  -Commencing at a post planted on the  sea beach at high waler mark at the in.  tcrsection of Sections 14 and 15, Township 2, I'ort McNeill Rupert District;  thence north 55 chains more or less to"  high water mark on the norlh side of Port  McNeill Harbor; thence easterly along  shoreline to intersection of Sections 23  arid 24. Township 2, thence southerly 68  rh'iins more or less to high water mark  or. south shore of Port McNeill Harbor;  thence westerly along shore line to point  of commencement. Roland A. Laird.  E. Priest, ageni  Dated this ist day of September, 1911.  NOTICE is hflroby given that nt tho  next monting of iho Board of Licet so  Commisiionei s of. the City of Cumbor  hv cl, I miend to apply for a  renewal of tho boti 1 license held by mo  for the Nlw England Hotel, situated 0 1  tho east half of lot 3, iu block 8, CumO' r-  land Towtssite.  JAMES WALTERS.  Dated this 7 h day of Nov., 1911.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAK.Euot:ce that Fudora Mne L^eson  of Vancouver, B. C.   occupation jjWidow,  i; tends to apply  f->r pcruii<j4on to pur- '  chuso the followiig d-8crib*d laid-: O m- ���������  mtncing nt at a p -st planted  about   one  mile north and 40 chairs cut-, of the S. E.  _cpri_ier_of__Secj.iou,4,,JILwii.thip.���������.8,_JheDc������*_���������  north 80 chain*, thonoe east 80 clvii e,  theuce bouth 80 chimin,   theuce west 80  ohaius to plnceof commencement, coiitisij  iug 610 acres, nvru ��������� r lei-s.  Scribed on po ������ EML'h S.W. corner.  , Endor'aMai: Leekon,  'w  '-L ��������� ... ��������� DnOUik, Agout.  ���������Datfi Decomber llth, I9l#.  Dealer .in  ALL KINDS, OP  Fruit, endy igars  igarettes & Tobacco, j \  Dotiord Ulock,  CUMBERLAND, B.O.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  FAIRFIELD  ~' store z:  J. JAOK,   1'hop.  AFino Assortment of  the Choicest Caudles,  "I>nnt������ fitiH  'VnhAccr*.  Vancouver Ice Cream,  Dunsmuir Ave.  OumberlAnd  WM'*,a,a9**.a,a.a.a)W?WW9*  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are Insured against sickness and  accident?  Liabilijy, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  'for information wrlte the  Vancouver Island  insurance com  820 Fort Street       -      -      -      -      VICTORIA, B.C.  UHliWIJIILJllUIIUIIIIUIllJIIIilllllflllllillfllltlllllUlMUIIW  NOTIOE  Any person or poreonfl, cutting,  removing or taking nny hluckn,  timber or wood, of nny doscriptiodn  Jolotiginrr to tlm Wellington Co),  ilery Oo'y., or from or off tlio land  of tho fiitid Oompnny, or nnyono  tipping rubbish of any description  nnywhero npon the company's  land will ho proAocnted to tho full  extent of tho law.  W. L. COULSON,  Gon.erol Manager,  Wellington Colliery Oo,y.  The Store  of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THE BIG STOftE  ���������n  ���������u  R*S������  to  ui  [CWii'a Cottca Root Cofflpouni  Tbo |mt Uterine foola, mi  Sly mto oirswuml Monthly  futeWTcn whtcfi tttxqm cm  pom!, mttln llxm mimmi  ��������� totuflk-Mo, *. IU No- 'I.  irr<xw sUroDiror. |3| ftp. a,  ir*olat c&iuw, f 1 *t-rr Unity all AtxtutfUmi. or mu  .A ni* mar).* ut \n-\y*.  /     Hi. A li^^Pbl������^^m/~tN|  MrfiMWrtCflJawwftWT. t}<*wivw**>Mi  Stock takingSale  WE ARE STOCK-TAKING, and do not wish  wish to carry any of these Hues   in  the New Year,  Men's heavy dark Tweed Shirs, reg, #2,00. Sale Price $1.35  Men's heavy bark blue serge" ��������������� ^1.75. Sale Price $1.25  Men's HI1K guar, buckskin shirts " ^1.65,   Sale Price $1.25  RUPEKT LAND DI-TR1CT  Distrio1 of Rt.perb  TAKE T*'OTICK   that Adolnidc  ^t������r  Clark    Br-.wu,   of   BrooKfioid,   N.   V.,  marrifd woninu, intondu to apply f' r ps>r-  misaion to purchusc tho followMig dcunril)-  edlande:���������Cummouoing at a pout plant'd  at BoutliweBt conor of g o'.iou  19. Town-  vhip 9, thoD.'Q north   80 ohainf,,   thenoe  east 80 chain*,   theueo   nouth  60 ohainu,  tlunce west 80 chains to placo of common-  men t containing 640 noroi moro or Icbb,  Soribed on poBt A.E.CH'kS.W. cor  Adelaidk Hhtkk Clark Brown.  Dan Clnrk, agtinS  Dft'od Decomber 10th, lfi 10.  AT COST PRICE  Men's Sweater Coats, Sweaters, Ovcrcoafs,  Ladies' Coats, Skirls, Furs���������(nil this seasons.)  Children's Bearskin Coats.  Chenelle aud Tapestry Curtains, and Table Covers.  SPECIALS  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice ihat Richmond  ChurloB Bipb of Vancouver, B. 0.,  Broker intends fo <npply fur permission to purchflfe the following  described li������ndp:~ Commencing nt  it post plnntod nt ���������}  post  butwoen  Section 18k, Township 9, nnd Section 13, Township 20, thonco woBt 40  chnini1.  thonco  eouth  40 chains,  thi nco west 40 chnino, thonco fouth  80 ohninp; thence enst 40  chaini,  thenco north 40 chiiins, thenre en-st  40chnine, thonco north 80 chiiins to  pinco of commoncement, contniuing  640 noroi- moro or Iofp:  Scribed on poBt RCB'rf N E cor.  Richmond Chaw-kh llm,  Dnn Clnrk, ngent,  Dated DccomhcrlDih, 1010,  '  RUPBUT LAND DISTRICT  Diitrinfc of Itnprrts,  TAKK NOTIOB thnt Edwirrt D>ko,  of Blnclmnifo*. NY. ceichmnn,! itr-i <la to  npply for jtrmUulon to jiiirohwio tba following dcecribod InndBi-ComnaenolnDK nt  a p fit pl������ut������d 8 milo*   went   of   the  (24   J,  RUBfiORIUK F^R THE NEWS  ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.  NOTICB,  Riding on locomotivoB and rail  way car* of the Union flolliiiry  Company hy any pcrwm nr |ter-  wpB- except lain crow���������i,; strictly  prohil'ted. Emploj'eoa 're luh"  W toiU������mi������8iil for allowing Bain-  Hy ordor  vv. h. r<mr������S0N,  General Manager.  ��������� loxi |wiih Men's Heavy. Woo! Socks, regular  35c.  and 40c. per pair,   Pay day, 35c per pair.  SKR OUR TABLES  OF  SPECIALS,,    They  all mean a great aaving in necessary lines.  Slaughter prices on all China and  Xmas Goods.  -*|^^^Yld1^   ^__i_m_m__\__i 1 _TJ\ JmU\m_%__fki\__a_\____i__^t'^_^_____\i__\_\___\aa      __\   1  w*llWlF^^^^r1^ama^^/aJ^^^^__ma^1^^mm^^*n^m  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd  Dunsmuir Ave.,  GumbeHtind*  nouth ooiit oornor of Seotion 24, Townuliip  '  20, tbonco west 80 chaini. ibouea   iouth  w   KOeluiino, thenoo oa������t 81) ohainv, thctiM  north 80 ohainH toplaca ofcommflnstment,  tontainins 040 aoron, more or lesa.  >"''.U     I...   fl���������.   fmi.1   *   fl.l;   WU..I  finwAnnTlVK*.  Dnn Clnrk, Agent.  DtUd JJooomber I Oil, UHO.  **y     t I    *f a  tm,m\rmt   , ,1  ry  ii    ma. k  n m m* ,   .  ii TMnDtt-L  HIGH GRADE STOVES  An������i ��������������� K1TCHHN*.UTENSILS  Sportstncns Goods  nnd  General Hardware THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Sell our Xmas Post Cards  jlftiilllilll'llllllm  and cam t'ii> stylith Gold Fil-  . ledhintlbor ely Cliaml Siyuot  jRing, ctigr.ivfd with any iiii-  ' l������.al desired Free.  Tin: dR^ign  is an exact duplicate of a solid  18K Gold pattern.   Ciive'ifur  ^^-^ p selliiii! only 18 pkgs. ol our  Multi-color Xmns Poet Cards at 10c. a pkce. (G  cards in each).   Your diciuU will buy them on m>|Ih.  Don't v ait a minute.   Wc prepay pos-tcge on t'aida  and HJf.fj.    Catalog Bent with each orsler.  COLONIAL ART CO.. Desk T.L., TORONTO  New View Of It  "I o'avy "Iho man who bolioves that  superstition  alioiu,  Friday,"  said   Mi*.  tl rowdier.  "1 conuhler il tlojiressins;."  "Kot ut all. A man ought to bo  mighty comfortable who can feel sure  there's only one unlucky day In tho  week."  NOTHING LIKE THEM  FOR A SORE BACK  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS STILL  DOING  GREAT WORK  Mrs. T. G. Alexander, of Hawthorne,  after twelve years' suffering, -tells  the public what they are doing  for her.  Hawthorne, Ont, (Special),���������  "Thoro is nothing like Dodd's Kidney  0 Pills for a sore back." That is the  'statement* ol Mrs. T. G. Alexander of  ; thia place, and all her neighbors agree  that she should know. "I Buffered  for twelve years from' a pain iii my  hack, Rheumatism and Heart Disease," Mrs. Alexander continues. ��������� "I  was always'tired and nervous and1 my  sleep was broken and unrefreshiug  Since taking Dodd's Kidney Pills 1 am  feeling so much better that I feel I  must say ��������� a sgood word for them." ,-���������  No matter how long you have suffered Dodd's Kidney Pills cannot fail  to help you if your trouble is of the  Kidneys. If you. use Dodd's Kidney  Pills early th'o cure will be quick. If  yom* trouble' is of long standing*It will  take them longer .to cure you. ' But  they always cure., Peoplo from all  parts of Canada Who have been cured  are tolling about it in the newspaper.-;  almost every day. .' *   ".  Clarice���������Did you really ask him for  my hand? . '���������'   ** ".  Clarence.���������Yes,'" and .: it's a good  thing I didn't ask him for.both of,.'em.,  ���������-Philadelphia Bulletin.   ,   V  Whv iy it'that so many people syiE-  l'cr with Lame Back? ..-.Hamlin's .Wizard  Oil  w il I  euro; it and for Aches,  Spr-sins,    Bruises,,    Guts, Burns, etc.,*  there is nothing.better. > '-.'":  Wife.���������If  ever  women hold" office  _.M.i-u ._ \_*iA_tit* J li���������klii iija''* eov.12 uliii���������j������irQ niu.  to bo secretary of the-treasury. ,  Ilusband.-^I'll bet the first' thing  she'd try to do would be to issue forty-  nine cent pieces and .'.ninety-eight-  cent bills- for Monday shopping.  om"  ������  *iulclily slous couiilis, cures cold.i, heels  (hit throat und lunds      -' .   ���������       US cent:  Two college chiihi3 went abroad together, Ono conscientiously wanted  to visit every spot mentioned in the  guido-book; tlio other merely, wanted  to leaf, in the courso of the inevitable wrangle the latter said tauntingly. . "Perhap.i you are doing.,tli.e.so  places ������o thoroughly becauso you ai-o  going to write a book about your  trip." "[should," replied the other  promptly, "If Koberl. Louis Stevenson  hadn't purloined tho tltlo 1 want to  UB6. *,.-.Y 1  1 was cured of terrible,lumbago by  MINAKD'S  UNlMlflNT.*  IlKV. WM. BROWJN.'  I was rui-od of a bnd caso of ear-  ache by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  '���������   *  MRS. S.-KAULBACK. '  I wus cured of nonsltlvo lungs I'm-  MINARD'S LINJMMNT.'  MRS. S. MASTERS.  ; Not Strange.  Thai blind man ls a -stubborn mug.".;  "How's that?"  "I tried for nn hour to convlnco lilm-  that ds-'t-plte his affliction (lie world  wtlll liiul nuiny hoiiutloH for lilm, but'  1 couldn't mako hint ueo them."  lfi Ounces of  Cough Syrup for 50p~  The Quickest, Surest CoiiQh Remedy. You  Evfs" U-Jt-sl, oi* Monoy Refunded,   Gtopo"-  Uvcn Whooplno Cough Quickly;  ts.ii itr.-)y iv:t v.nni (1,0 $2 \vlik*li n Sil-  ,'���������**!.i In.uis- tf I'liiex iiuvoh you, 1'iit'you  <H iioi-d llm wi-iisJwful offox'tlvein.'-K nf  ibl.i f,tin&us I'Oiixii rmiioily, ii v)n  iiMiiilly.KK.p ilio mom oliHllnn'to tlcon.  H'.ak-i| r.-muli Isislsii. ���������f ai iiour.-i,' un<| hnt  till   i'i|l|:||   ilY   Wlin(-p||-,|(-C(H||,'||,     '  A 10-s.oui Isiiiiio of j'liics, mixed wllh  I.s*imi.*-ii!:iiI<) f-uffiii- pyi-up, nlvos ������������������yun 111  omrt.-i---~-:i family mipply of tlm iii->*-*t  ,pli.ii.*!tr,t nnil i*rrr(*ih*(s coiiffli rnnr'siy .Mm  ������*v(i- *i'm!/ K;it:U;,* j n-iuut'il In iho' inlti-  titny slli-s ctlonH liii';i:(i(iiii(-o.  nml   kIvi������h lit.'-tn'Wt   rdlrf  will ��������� umi-o s-s.-i  ru   liiul   ynu . ncvt-r   irlutl   ll   lit.loi-o.  Had Served Him���������  It is easy for a jailse v, b. i\ I u*  morisl. if you diu.'t lau**,!i ,u Ms  jokes ho can aeml you lo a* oii.'or  place for contempt of eou.t, and 11  is remarkable how.tin- knowledge oi  this iitci drives homo v,\_.point of tno  si lleged joke. '*" '  Om* ol this kidney v,a:* recently ad-  .sir-essing a div \, ilne&s���������a milkman,  who had Senod the plaintiff m Uie  <a;e.  "Come, come, my man!" ho said.  Aud the barristers -saw the twinkle  in his eyo, and got ready to guliav/.  "Speak up; don't bo too shy. Vou  r.cvii* Kerved me with nnj tlung, did  you?"  "llav-linw!" laughed th.o har. And  the clork appropriately chimed in  with a "Moo-haw!"  "Not. wiih milk, my lord," said the.  witness.  "Willi wlial, then?" said Iho George  Rohoy among judges, slid wllh Iho  judicial grin.  "A summons for debt,'my lord. It  was about twenty years ago, and 1  was working for Casey, tho tailor,  tbem days."  H. H.   NIGHTINGALE  STOCK   BROKER     "  Member  Standard   Stock   and  Mlnln:;  KxcliaiiKO  LISTED     STOCKS     CARRIED     ON  MARGIN  Corrospotulonoi* invttr-d.  33 MELINDA ST., TORONTO.  Birds of -i Feather  In Ilie early days In Oregon, ' as  elsewhere In the west, money was  scarce and high rates of interest wero  demanded and paid. Over in eastern  Oregon lenders wero freimently ablo  to get as much as Vive per cent a  month interest.  A citizen of Pendleton who was dying, was worried about this, lie had  a lot of money witli n banker who  Was lending it at five per cent a  month. Still, ho knew others were doing it, and among tho number hia  minister, who hud a few thousand  placed with the banker for the same  advantageous disposal.  , The dying man sent post haste for  the minister.  * "Parson," ho said, "there's ono thing  worries me. Do you think my chances  of going to heaven yill 'bo damaged  becauso I have been charging five  ptsr cent a monlh for my money?" ���������.  The minister didn't answer for a  minute or two. Then he Bald, "Xo,  brother, I think not!"  Kidder���������'Do you know women talk  less in February than In any other  month of the year.    ...  Green-���������I don't seo how you can figure that out.  Kidder���������It's two days shorter you  ninny.  The second  edition of the  "Dictionary  of Healing" is  now ready for  distribution  Write    for    it.  to any address  Postpaid  in Canada  VULCAN IRON WORKS C0.,-Aflenta  WINNIPEG.  COMPANY  IM1TED.  ���������MAKERS OF���������  TAYLOR-FORBES"  ���������MAKERS  "SOVEREIGN  AGENTS WANTED  For our fast selling Drugs and Drug  Sundries. We supply you with articles  some of which are saleable in every  home, and on which you will receive  a profit of 200 to 300 p.c. We^ have  agents'earning $5.00 to $10.00 per day  the year round. Bo an agent. Send  at once for our special agents prlco  list. Don't overlook tbis chance. It  means dollars to you.   Writo at once.  THE F. E. KARN CO., LIMITED.  Canada's    Greatest   Cut    Rato    Drug  House, Toronto, Ont.  A Picture or Tripoli  "P,y steamer from Vijerba to Tripoli  , is only one night along tho coii3t, and  when 1 wont on dock the next morning  (at  sunrise wo wero anchored nbout  200 hundred yards from the shore, inside a lino of dangerous looking rocks  | which Just showed ���������ajbove tho water.  I In tho* hands of any othor nat'on this  j reef wov.ld havo boon turned into an  , excellent harbor, but umler Turkish  ' rule it remains n serious monuco to  | shipping and in rought weather often  krees steamers lu pass withe ut stop-  ! ping at all.  I    "Hut the hlac,*' rocki held my at-  | teutlon only a moment.    Along    tho  .wafer's edgevlay tho  nost tiuly.east-  i em town I hud over soon,   before its  L*   !::uo\vy domes and spcnrllke mmaiets  iy^*i  -tlgler's,  Tunis and even    fonhlanti-  q~       nople paled and wero nu nothing. TrI*  I poll cojild not lay claim to tho splen*  | dors of thoso others, lnu here waB no  mixture of east uud west, no blondlng  j of stylos.   It. was tho purity of tho lino  [nnd the comploto absence of Kurop-  j can architecture \yhich made ono feel  > thai here at. least was the true Arab  east.  ! "Away along the coast to the south-  j cast stretched tho oasis, framing tho  '���������whlto town with its dark green, while  in tho centre, bathing its grey portions in the sparkling water, lowered  i'.n old Spanish fort, hall' In ruins., but  still used as a prison and residence  of the pasha. The rest was a maze of  while, flat roofs, with hero and thoro  a splash of red, where tlio cloths of  the both houses fluttered in tlio nun."  ���������John Home, in Travel and Exploration.  Hot Water  Dollc.3  and  s ndlatori.  In the Physical Atlas, Bergh-aus declares of the emperor of China: "It  is difllcult in China to say to what  roligion a man belongs, as the same  person may profess two or three. Tlie  emperor himself, after sacrificing according to the ritual or Confucious,  visits a Tao See tomple and after-  'Ward bows before an imago of Fo in  a Buddhist chapel." '  THE STAIRCASE TEST  IF  YOU   CANNOT  PASS   IT-   YOUR  HEALTH  JS FAILING  When you suffer acute palpitation,  of ���������* the--heait, dizziness ov faintness  every time, yoti go up-stairs; when  exertion of any- kind -leaves you  breathless' and trembling, it is a warn-  ing that your.,blood is defective���������that  .you are anaemic, i thdsfe warnings aro  neglected worse'disoiders will follow  ���������perhaps, decline and-, deadly -consumption.* ,'If you are in this condition you need, tho new', good blood of  health thai '"has been gi\vo'n to thousands of sufferers by,-Dr. Williams'  Pink. Pills,. -These pills banish all the  ailments arising from poor blood, tone  up-the system,-and make weak men  arid women well and strong. Miss  Elizabeth Campbell, Almonte, Ont.,  says: "I was living.at Pembroke at  the time iny health failed me.  I kept growing" weaker every day until I. at last grew so weak I could not  walk up stairs without help, and I  could not go down street without slt-  tihg down and resting. My mother-  got quite anxious about mo and tool-;  m.O to'a doctor who raid he was quite  suro, hp could restore my health. Ilo  gave mo a bottle of medicino, andJ.  continued its uso until I had taken  four bottles, but Inctead of getting  stronger I wiib growing wonkor all  the time, and was only a mere shadow  of my former soil', My parent's ho-'  lloved I was lira decline and -could;  not get hotter. My.mother had hoards  ro much about Dr, Williams' Pink Pills  mat she decided I ought to try thorn.  I did noi'notico-rnuoh change* until. I  Jiad taken five or six boxes, whon a  plodded improvement sot in, and from  'that on I giow stronger and stronger  oneli day, until throrgh a continued  uho of the pills'I wa? baclyto my.ojd-  lime health' and strength. I .bollovo  Dr, William**.' Pink Pills th'o boat remedy on carl lv for sick pooplo, and cannot loo strongly ui-ge, otlior.wpak girls-  to glvo thoin a trial."  Sold by all. mbdlc'no tloalerB or hy  mail af f������0 eehl.H a box or' six hoxos  for $2.C0 from Tho Dr.'��������� Williams'  Medicine Co., Hrdckvlllo, Ont.  A Light Answer,  There was a night p'arado and littlo  Elmer was at the window. Suddenly  a searchlight loqated on a high building was.turned on the profession.  ��������� "Oh; mamma," cried Elmer, "some  body's squirting light on the people."  ���������Chicago News.  -i Us" i<|v-HUt', ���������iM-AllAliliy I;*..*,--.  tii.*<lon   uriud��������� children   lako   It  ll I.in a wonderful r������vort! In  Imii.lcM   hunt  tiviulilo  nml. In  fin*   croup,  (lntlmiti,   hrom-liHlH,  . nl-*.-.    f tc  '������jM*f-l/il nnil lilfrlily s-ott.-c-n-  Jillllsillfltl  tlVct    tlllil  ���������umiiiKty,  cures   cf  .iplc.riilld  sl,t-c;.t   (  ���������'"'���������'    v���������. -   ...���������...,  insti.1, ennuis,tn;d ft Norway White Pino  r*.Si-,i.i, lii-'i in Riifil-icol nm! niiim* tv.it-  i-i;i| In������������������u)lr*K \.fr.ft olntu-nlH, Hliii'ily lillx  wllli Minns* cynip ffi'-Mlrnlnc.il lintnv, In a  I������-ounce Imttlp, and l| |h rnx'tf fer-uso.  ..T'hciI In* uni*.-* lifjiiis.-'i In llm V. ft, mut  ���������"���������iriaslis ilfisn any "(itliJ-r roiurh r^mfdv.���������*  I'I'.' \-n i-tti-n l,i-r-n lm\l,,t"\ ���������������>*���������  never (.in .-(���������.-��������� >-r.i!ly, lor hiit'ilni; tl..# will  rroslti'*'*  Use : fitn<\ ivhiiIIh.    The  Rs-tniinn  !���������'!    ������'. '...liU.'.. '   1    \-t   ������i'.,s,<    .1!,..., Ii.t t-    !iai',���������;'.,, ���������  Ilss/i i-r iiii.ii'-.v 11 fuii.lfil. Crrlli!. wis* nf  t"inrtnl"o i������ vvraispeil In ������nelt imflng*),  Vi.tu* ili-iif������';I������t tv,* X*\n<'x nr will iT nllv  tint ll for ymi, If nnt, aenil to Tbo Mr***  Co., Torunto, Or.t.  W. N. U. No. 874  Broakliirj It Gently  A lady who had recently moved (o  the HiiburbB was vory fond of lior  lirst brood of olilekoiin. Oolng out  one afternoon, hIio left Iho houKeliuid  in charge of hor olglit-yoiir old Ury  P.ororo her return n , thunrtor-Btprm  namo on. Tho young-stor forgot" thp  chlckH. during (.he ntonn,,mul \v;iirtllH-  m.'iyr.d nftor It paaucd to liiid' llmt  half of then) had licim tliu*,\ uctl,  Thougli fearful of tho wrath to como,  lie thought hoHt to make n clean  fii-fivJ, of tho calamity, rather than  havo II, discovered,  "Mamma," ln������ tutld, contritely* when  jhiri mothor lultf *fotui*iTnii;- ''munimn,  i-ix of llio ohlcHlnisnrsi.diHidfs*.��������������������������� v*  "Dead," cried ,tlio , nidtlier. "Vsu!  How did they dio?"   '..  ������������������.���������>.".(',   '���������:'.  Tlio boy huw his clmnco,-,  "I think���������I think thoy diod 'happy,"  lie taid.  ���������'.spliyiiii! (rouj, fish," tho advortlso'  .*.*.(.-.';! ;;T.,l .,t,,l il,nl'.,ii,i v,ift itis.Sjicsi  lilniHolf it fluliernian, went down for  a dny'ii Hpori. Ilo hired a VUlagoi* ID  accompany him and togothor thoy  .vnlkcd along l,h'o hivpkn of tho at ream.  . "Thn mlilgoa are n'oiib!()i!omo,,co!i*-  .."Aye, dr," reniarliird the n������an, "but  Ihivl ain't t!n> wortit of i|."  "Tho hmihoH aro wry fhlu; I can't  get  a clear runt,"  "Aye, sir, but tlmt ain't tho worst  of It."    , -     ���������  "It Htrlkos mo that I was nn Idlnt  j lo puy two gulnoiiH for Ihiu liidiing."  "I don't hnllovn thoro are any flBh  here,"  "Aye, nir, hut that Iwn't tho worst  uf It."  "ll.'tnk It all, man, Ihen what In tho  won.t of ll?"  "If you want lo know tho worat of  *5t, tljcic iimt-r wero any fl*di h-srs,  I nir,"  Very many persons die annually  from cholera and kindred summer  complaints, who might-, hate been  saved if proper remedies had been  used. If attacked do not delay-in  getting a bottle of Dr. J D. Ksllogg's  Dysentery Cordial, the medicine that  never fails to effect a curo. Those  who"have"uscQ"it say it"a"cts"promptiy7  and thoroughly subdues tlie-pain and  disease.  Billy.���������'I'll bet you a Kiss on the  Athletic.    ���������  Milly.���������I'll go you. W*a'll lot Jack-  hold the stakes.  ' Deafness Cannot Be CurecX  by local applications, ns thoy cannot reach the diseased portlait ot tlm car. There h only ino,uny to  curo clearness, and that is by conBlltMlsvuil ii'ineillc.i.  Dcafnesa Is caused by an. Inflamed condition ol the.  raucous lining ot tho Eustachian Tube. When this  tube la Inflamed you havo a rumbling eound or Imported hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Diat-  ,icbs l-i tbo result, nnd unlcM thn IrHlamnintlon can bo  lakon out nnd tills tube restored to Its norma! condition, bearing will bo destroyed (mover; nlno <-:isc3  out of tea nro caused by Caturrh, which Is nothing  but an Inflamed condition ot tho mucous'mirrntos.  Wa will R(vo Onc^-Hundred Hollars for any case of  Dcafnesa* (caused, by catarrh) that.cannot ui* cured  by IMII'-������ Catarrh etiro,   Hcnsl for clrcuhrn, free.  F. .1. CHE.S'IOV A CO., Toledo, O.  Soia by DruRSlsts, 75c.  ^^Xako.Iittll'B Family I'ills for constipation.  Ilubbor, noxt to coffee, Is tho most  Important article of export from llra-  zil. ,About 30 por cent, of tho total  'V&luoiftf".Brazilian exports is made, up;  "(jl t'nblior; and nearly 43 por cont. of  Old'total?is coffeo.  They Knew Hla Back  Colonol John S. Moaby, tho flre-  Gating guerrilla chieftain of tho Coii-*  fodoracy, walked Into a Washington  bank' cHio ;morning, slapped down, a  clicrk In h'ont of" the aged���������'..citshier,  and 'demanded tho mancy:, for It. "I  .willliavo to Ilnd somo one to identify  you," fluid tho cashier, "This chock  Is made out to John S. 'Moaby, but  Identification Is a ndo which wo must  observe." About three million shaflH  oftbluo lightning woro darting from  tho colonel h ono oyo, when anol her  omr'-iyoo of tho bank hurried up and  said he,knew Mosby, "That old man  should havo known you colonel," nald  tho actumIntanco, while iho old lighter  wub counting IiIb coin, "lie wna an  officer in tho Union army." "Now  Ihat ho stnndH with his hack lo ine,  I rocogiil/.Li-hlm perfectly," said Mosby hotly. "I romeinhoi* having seen  It twice���������dmiiiB Uio war."  Work Both Wayo.  "Mr. Wombat, 1 muni leavo ycu to  get marrlod, I know a groat many  glrln leavo tho firm to got married.  Still, 1 hope yuo can fill my plm.o.  "Tlmt will bo all right. Wo have a  waiting llBt of.liulloa who lert ua to  got marrlod, aro now tired of their  l.usbiuidH, and would like to conn  Lack."  Chap Seventeen  lie gazed tenderly inlo hor oyos a������  sho spoko,  .. i 11.   i   i       lum, uu'. ..t,.t*,ti.  ittft-r all nolhln;: \m\ n voi\-un\'*<< in  i which we aro the ehnntctorri, moving  .'���������iilthor nnd yon afi tho Hiiiireniy Au*  iilior of our being directs.'  I "And In tho novel of your life," ho  '���������Mild, tenderly, "where do I como In?"  "Oh. you nro--lct nu* :-,ec-ono, twe,  threo-you nm Cliap Hocntccn,"  As a vermifuge there is nothing so  potent as Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, and it can he given to the  most delicate child without fear of  injury to the constitution.  Joy of Pocsesslon  "Whon   we   were poor," remarked  the   prosperous   business   man, "wc  looked forward to the time when we  could have a summer cottage in tho  country."  "Well?" asked his friend, v  "Well, when wo got rich enough to  havo ono we didn't like going to the  samo place every summer because it  was monotonous, - and wc looked forward to tho time when we could have  another for variety."  "Yes"  _ "We_go_t_anotherJ__and_then^w*:elh_e_-_  gan  to - long for a -winter place,  so  that wc shouldn't have io spend so  much time in London."  "I see."  "Woll, wo liave them all now."  "And aro you happy?"  "I supposo so. At least, I supposo  my wife is. She keeps them all shut  up and spends most of her timo tra  veiling on tho continent,- hut she  knows sho has them."���������-New York  Mail.  .   Economy in little  things is. just, as  important as economy in big things     -*.  EDDY'S   MATCHES  will answer one of your "economy questions." 60 years  of constant betterment has brought them to such 'perfection that,one Eddy Match does the work of severial others  of inferior make. ...  ALWAYS  ASK FOR EDDY'S;  Slide Fleming, Slide  , When Goff ran against Fleming for  tho governorship of West Virginia  thoro was a com est that went boforo  a Democratic legislature Tho legislature wna determined to seat Fleming���������and did seat lilm���������hut wauled to  do tho work in au orderly way. Con-  Bccicuntly, for -several days there were  speeches, motions, parliamentary, objections and manoeuvres.  One of tho state senators who came  from an interior county,* know that  Fleming was almost certainly, to be  seated and wanted It done at -once.  After several days of fussing round  he got the floor and made this speech:  "Mr. Chairman: What's the uso of  all this here speechlfyin' argufyin' an'  parliamentarlfyln'? Ain't Fleming  our candidate? lie arc. Then slide  him through!"  Carved By Giants of���������the Past  Tho strangs stone carving on Eastern island is one of the mysteries of  the world, Thoy range in size from  a colo&euB seventy feet in height to  a pigmy standing three feet. Tliere  aro- 555 of them. The theory ha-i  been advanced that tiiey were made  by the wicked race of giants mentioned In' Genesis, for whose punishment  the flood was brought about.  "I feel for you my so'n."  "I wish you wouldn't do *it with  slipper,  ma."-���������Pearson's.  A London eabhy wno had left tha  ranks aud taken up cab driving, sue.d  a woman for not paying him tho legal  fare, and his constant remark in court'  was: "She ain't a lady. ���������  "Do you lcno-vra lady when you see  one?" asked tho judgo.  "I do yer honor, hast week a lady-  gave me a scv'rn instead of a'shilling,  and 1 called back 'lleg, pardon, nia*  dam' I've got a sov'rn instead of a  shilling.' And sho shouts back, 'Well,  you old fool, keep tlte change and get  drunk on it!' That's wol I calls a  lady!"-  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds, &c.  "Tho doctor asked mo if I ate much  meat, I sidostepped that question."  "You ought to toll the doctor about  your dlot."  -, "Aw, ho \va3 just trying to find out  how rich I am.���������Courier Journal.  REST AMD'HEALTH TO MOTHER AKD CHILD. .  Muh. Winslow's HooriiiNo Syrup lias been  tiM*d lor over SIXTY YKAKSliv MILLIONS of  MOTJIUKS (or their CHIUJKh'N W1W.U  TKUTHINO, with 1'1'Kl'HCT SliCCIiSS. It  -SOOTIIJ'S the* CIIIIJ), KOI'TUNS the OtlMSj-  ALLAYS nil TAIN ; CUKRS WIND COLIC, nnd  iH the best remedy fnr DIARKIKHA. , II l������ absolutely linrinlenH, lie mire uml iibU for i'Mih.  WinHlnw'B Sootliiiii! Syrup," unci take no oilier  kluJ.  Twenty-five cents a bottle, ���������'   ������������������,,-'  D  ISEASEfl OF  MEN���������DR." DEAN,  specialist, 5 Colleges St., Toronto,  Warmth is essential to comfort. As you grow older, it is  hardly less essential to health.  Get   a   Perfection   Smokeless   Oil  Heater, and you keep warm and comfortable in your home, no matter what the weather without.  The Perfeclion gives a strong, widespread heat, ond gives it  quickly. It is always ready for use and burns nine hours on a single  filling���������no more trouble than a lamp. It can be carried anywhere;  no pipes, no wires, no flues; no smoke, odor or dirt.  Tha heater tlmt givei complete utiiftcb'on.'  This year's Perfeclion ii fmiihed in either blue enamel or plain tteel; nickel  trimmings; light and ornamental, yet strong and durable at can be mi.de.   All parti  easily cleaned.   Automaliclocking llama iprendcr prevents trnoking.  ' Dealers everywhere i or wrila to any agency of  The Imperial Oil Company, Limited ,  JteroaiM������������^^  .y../.*rf\l).  His Future Plana  Kim v.'.'t;j *i I'u!>*  vhittT lo tlio pil-  hou, Kindly, ami v.oli lnnuihiK, and tn  r-llO   Cliili.!'..*:'���������    "Hi*   iv   i.s.'s'.s,.,     ,Tii'i   hit  I.eon Biiitouocfi to nix wnitlm' un-  ���������jri'.-oiliii-'-'nt r.'i-1 Vi'-f.!' if- '|i."*c*--'ul  ulK'ia of reform la lilm. "Ami now,"  Llio nald, "lmvo you any plan* f.ir Uio  iuluro, on lhe expiration r*i' your i.cu-  toitco?" "()\\, y������'i. ma'am," lie ������al<l  Hnjmftilly, "I've i;fil tlio plniii, nf Iv/o  banki miA a poat office."--Ihiffalo  lornmnrt'inf.  -has a very short life.   It requires  almost constant repairing and, in a  few years, needs replacing.  ������������fi   im������i,.fl������,������������  ������������������-'-i -i 'i i  with njc, nnt! t\xt very dnr.vi-nrr,?, wltirh destroys lumber calls out Ilie best qualities of  the cement by making it har<!er and harder  ���������until neither time nor  traflir. can affect it.  The bi������t of wooden  walks keep getting  out of repair, and ar������  a continual menace to  life and limb. They  nre alio a frequent  source of expensive  doctor bills and lost  time. Then again,  they *re likely to eat  ������p the original coat  Farmer  U tens in plain, simple language, iiovr  uu wi iiixc money uu unii -umliu,.lliin  t  with photogra  diagrams.    1?  coupon or send  to-aay,  Simply address  Canada Cement  LtttlioJ  k!4*a Natiraal Ui  BylUIM  Mon<r������������l  i  I  'id  - hi  i - ���������'  fi_  I  mt  ������  j,.  ^������te *., -V *^h������^������i>nu;i.aJ������������^*,-������������ -   -, s.*s -,  ,��������� -i ,   \ .*.V S*. , ��������� *.*>. ���������-,-���������.���������  v.* n~.,  , ... .'I* "'   >'**'     *      *** ���������->".,-'������������������ yV  ���������m i  .-   ..   .      .**.     **---' '        *' - *.    -*���������** '->.'-'..**..       '     .-}.'..n*_r-_y .<-\Tttnr a-���������.nTTMTi'nTiT a -\tt\   t>   n  ;^.v,THR*'NEIWS.'!Gtm"nF.T!T,ANDi B. C  ���������s.      >.    ��������� I   SI  . <l  ������*-        ,1  I,       -m   .1 ���������  111  1>  v.tl  A Romantic  Story  But,  * Matter of Fact Man  Spoiled It    t        *  By WILLARD COOK  Copyright by American PresB Association, I9U.  A   number of  men   were  lounglug  nround a trading post, In upper Cana-  dn. Thero wus .Jacques Trudeau,- Jules  Murlcr   and   others,. Jucltiding .Silas  Ilutchlus, a Connecticut-Yankee," ti'tio  bad como up to trade miscellaneous  articles for furs.' .lncques Trudcati had  the panic of being a great story teller.  Often of an evening in winter, when  tho  trading of thu day   was ended,  those living near his store would drop  in,  gather about the stove, get  out  tUelr pipes and call ou him for a story.  Ills yarns. If they had been developed  Into novels, would  have mnde^,"best  Beliefs" today, for tliey were full of  -adventure, surprises and escapes.   But  those wore flavored with that rhapsody  which the French people lovo so well.-  On  this  particular  evening'Jacques,'  having been cnlled upon for a story,  chose nn especially romantic subject.'  "When   I   was  a   young  man'' an  English gentleman named Brejverton  came   up   here   with   his ��������� daughter"  ���������'Was it snowln' ail this time?'," asfc***  ������d fctutebins. ��������� ���������  "Snow? ,. Eet snow' harder ,all_ ze  time.- ��������� tllmeby BrlssoD.hodash.bff In  a,no direction aud ?.e, udders In two  different -ways, and all disappear In zo  whirling snow Unites. * Zey all know  whore zq traps are, and one go to one  trap 'and anndder to nnndder. But  by, thees time eet growcinrk, and- eet  was hard to find ze'Wuy. -But tbey  nil, were used to go ln zo dark liko  te a'nlmnls," and thees does not make  so much difference.  "Meestcr Brewerton ho walk up and  lowulak a benr'much'worried.   Oo  link,he not git hecs daughter back no  tnoro and she freeze to depth tmdec zo  mow.   N'ine( o'clock como," rind'nbbbflyC  jomes���������ll   comes,   and   Gander^  ho  ionies and says ho find nothings of  Mees Clarissa aud he fear sho freeze  !o death.   At>12 o'clock Rubldoux ho .  :omc In stiff witb zo cold.nnd lmf not  found zo young*. Iady_'  Thpo,.Mecster*  tlrewerton ho sny all my hope "la ln  ���������Vntolne .Brjsson.".*" ,-������������������ v. ��������� ' - ���������-���������.* ;,  "Was he the feller'with the curls?"  'iskod HuVchens."'- ���������'      '  - .'*     ���������' ,  '"Hoes halr'wpt* lak zo wing of ie  m-vci*."��������� -        }, ������������������*., . :'  "A raven Is Iho same -"aa a crow,  ���������sn[t It?" asked Silas.  '���������'Ydu-cnll hfm'jprow.*  Mos' peoples  jail him crow'.  Story teller always call  aim raven."''  "Nobody como no moro sat night, and  \leester Brewerton.-,ho gif up hecs  laughter for lost. In zo morning eet  Wll snow, and eet was uot before aft-  jrtioon zat eet stop-aua-ze people mak  up pnrty. to go ze round1 or Mccs Bre-  wci'i nn's traps'to-Ond her body and ze  body, ot Antolao Rrisson. for zey tlnk  io die-tod:   Zey.'go to.ze,first trap,'and ',  CATFISH FURNISHED POV/ER.  . ���������   .  .   ���������     ,,       ._���������_-_.   . Jqd. nothings.'TJhep zey goto zpsecond  Clarissa.   He bring gold monies to buy ���������. ^   ��������� ^ .J^^-;^^  furs,   lie was ver' line gentleman In-   Je ge-cona am zo tlnr(, ll)ere w^p blg  deed, and Ills daughter Mees Brewerton was ver" tln'e young1 lady.   Mademoiselle she haf nothing to do here, so  her father, while he "buy furs to tnk  all togedder nt one time down to Montreal lo sell, wish to find amusement-  lor   her.!  "So. he  get  a  young   skil  teacher .named   Antbliio "Brlssou ' to  teiuti   Mees   [trewerton  tb  usq  sklls,  Aniolne" Brlssou ho"'ver"  fine looking'  youug man.    His faco handsome, "his  hali tall'on his shoulders In long black  curls  from  under his, fur cap.    His  buckskin   suit   show   a  divine-figure  - Ink ze Apollo Relvedere stalhe. ���������>yp^,  he speak his volco was.lak bass notes  of ze organ."  ���������'See ihere.   Trudeau,"   Intcmipted"  Hutchlns. "wasn't 'there.some danger-  '   o' them-two fallln' In love and puttl'n'  '., the ole man to a heap o' troubleV"   r  ^-���������Tlie'storytelierand-the'listehet's-slt^  tin^ around the stove all looked up reproachfully at-the Vaukee.'They knew  that there was bound to be a toveuf-  ' fair   ijetween ' these' two. 'but'1-they'  ���������wished to liaye ,lt, developed In good  etory torm,   Trudeau did-'not' deign .a,  reply, and when they had all recovered  Irom the shock of the interruption ho  continued Tils story without changing  In tlici slightest the lines he had laid  '    down for Its construction:      -s    .'-,.'  "Meestcr   Brewerton''lie'wish   Ills  daughter to learn to trap.  So he en-  !   page Kdouard Rubldoux to, tench her.  '    Thees   lUibldoux -ho; .'vfer'   handsotpe'  man too. He haf eye Ink the engle"-  "Hook nose?" interrupted tho Van-  kee. ' '  "No. sure. Why you .askant?",, ,    ,,  ���������"Bugles Jinvo-'em., Uo on*'.Svltlyyour-  ynrn.'(  -So, Brlsson lie tench,.Mors.Clnrlssii  to wiilk oii sklls������lii ze morning, and Iii  iw afternoon Rubldoux act zo traps  lor her, hnd nnothor young man muuo  rotor .(Ji'irnlor some tlmo teach her to  shoot zo ride. Thees way MeeRter  Brewt'i'trtn try to gif lic-os daughter  BomelhlngH to do that she not bo lonely  ln ze dark Canada woods In ze winter,  whon everyt'lng ,������covvprcd with .snoyy-.'  Bhe lopfn to shoot ,v<������r,''tlni\,p,-(i'<jl,������klj  ver' iln������. nnd she know' .how" to fiot  trnp. Ouo dny she Ulli n"bciir..'ntittdddr  dny Hli9.',UIII a doer, and In zo trnpa uho,  catch onotigh mink zat hor faddor say  tio lnk.R0 skins to Montreal and nnf,  thoin mado Into clonk for hor."  ', J  "How'much did flo save," asked Slla������  ButcblnR. "on thtt'Montrenl price?"  ..   "J diinno.  Moos Brewerton ;\ynfit n  clonk,inndo of zo skins sho trapped  with lior lionullfiil Iiiiii}.1h, ,<! - ���������;    , ,  ,  "Uy thees tlino hIio go aiouo on nor  ���������klls nml ��������� some,:'time'.long dlptnnce,  Hho ink rtllc, so out alio sec somo-  vthlngB to -^hoot ahri ciih'Hhiiot them,  ; and w l jpn sho como "���������''home4, Horiieliody  no out and bring lo what��������� 8he shoot.  Kfnry nftcfnbqn alio bo b.ut in ItiM  way tq���������H0t h������r tnips, nnd;iu .*bMtnarn-  ing she go ngnlu to.soO Afliiit''itifl"!tui,f  ^cnuglit; ,-'. . 'ji ..'  ���������"On'ffjdny slio went nut'on*.-hor ������U!K������  I wltb ti������������r rlllo to uot bcr twiis^nW nb"  '���������'bodloa knew she lmf goiwt-, i'bntyVfir'  i vt ddjr.of ������o grdat bilzznwt;.: Kot ,b^*  ' gin fo ������now nt 4, o'clock, |h ee.nft.  --arnoow, ond In Imlf an liopr ko\ Mt.nl  : comiK^own twisted by ���������������?,;"wlKi'cl st) rt\x%  mnkt ������n*> person dizzy  ; A;t;A o tftt^.  Wi'i's'ter Browci'toii pome In for. his  ' m.ppfr, and ask for bis d(tiiffi)t������������r. Then  .lie ifflrn she Is nor ut homo, ss.ua ������e,  .%���������������*���������' Ui'itdi mutt;, (nr lie ;i,'l.iim.\,fihe #(ix  -im litf traps und not jjot inicU for,  ���������'��������� to itfl'rm. '������������������'" '"*"'���������''��������������������������� ,***���������  "Ho -cflll on  AntOInc HrlRnon  nnd  Ediwiwrrt  Ruhldomt *nnd *, IMerre <lar-  * Kit Ml Kjr: 'Vcsa p Ss'i r.:y. to;?!:,'  ; t������r. ������������o by different wnyi, niyd'WUof  ���������Ton-tJiinRa nor! homo to the I aft tiim  ttumdi<(Ki rwunds   ������������������,    ���������',; ������������������'"������������������'  ��������� ' ���������  '������������������TImfni men go outnldw, nrtd lirlaaoti;  ���������    iny,!'l jk> lo ze nenroMt trap, nnd Rub!'  ; dottt iny. ���������Nn; I no ir, an ni������nront trap  Von ro to otic of j*,i> u(ldi*r traps.. And  , Onrtilw be wijr, 'Whleit t'htp I r������������ io.'  And Hrt*win ������ifly. 'Mm go to *'��������� third  trap." ..And Onrnlcr any: 'No:<l go to  to sfoond imp.   I got more clinnrv^tb  And te'indy     Then they nit talk at  once, uticb mnn tniJtljjBJo^ideq^h/fi! *���������  .' *gider stin, sod'V -���������    -.-.;". -1..*-", '��������� '  Jrift, and zey bad' to'dig ze snow away,  o get -thrbugh.A,.;When' 'zey'"reach,'zo  thli-U-trap zey Und .nothings, but one  nan,say not far from here is .dpserted..  ;abln. .M.dbbo ftlees Brewerton Iind  ier way zero beforo ze snow comes  lown too thick. ���������     .,..,-���������-.   - .������,  ''Zey'all went to. where ze'cabip wa,s,.  but.szore*was. notlvtogs but ,a .hill  of*  snow.   Then -one.o'r^e' men; glf/sudden  ���������shout    He se.e) a.'little sm'o'ke' come  frotn z^l'lp top* of'z^'siiow hill.   .Then  xlders see it., Ze clijujbly.'.pf ze. cabin  ������es.just*pelofw ze.snow7'and zero mils'  3e fire below. '    .'    "'   ''"  l" ;,Zey\aircllnn6"t6,fee,'tbii'or*'*2e.-snow c  hill add sec a leetle crater lalc-ze voi-s^  iano, and.in z^. con ter, was ze chimbly  :bp, wllh 2ff**smpke,,coming; 9ut<   Zeyy  sail down'ze'cmmbiy;-aud ze,sweet'  voice or -uinris^a Brewerton.replies: /  -y-jL^M^o.-js-i^V-i.rf.rV^-rrr ���������-  "Zey" tell her "zey haf'come to search  [or her. nnd sbe -fifty Jf,cs;erday^. seeing  :e snow come faster* ahd fastef hnd'^i  ���������tnowing..wuere, war .ze.. empty cabiny  she wbiit zare", and .before "ze siiow'  "5over ze dend.w.ood on ze ground she_  geddur eet. working* till it snow vOi*"-  bard, and tak Itin ze cabin.   But. alas,  she haf-no way tbliglitji' flre.^ She, had^  ioped to Ond a match or to striko'V  spark, but.ziire wnp no match, and sho  :ould not strike a s)������lrk>M:-: ���������*"- :.;*":  "See hero, Trudeau." put In Silas.  "You've got thlsyorn into a lix whero  pou cun'ti}nrovel iU ' Y.o'u snld th(j gnl  mado'" n (Ire, tlldn't''' youY ��������� llow ��������� Uie  fllckcns was there a Ore when she  wouldn't light lt?M ���������. ,    I  At this Intei'iuptlon Trudeau looked  M the matier of fact Yankee���������triumw  pliantiy. j* ���������',*- <f  VI come to zat,"  he said.    "Mees  Brewerton found-uottiug l-n za, capln.'.  to keep her warm, and zo cold grew  idotq rii\d' rao-rjf'BUfof." Sll^fcarctl"tov"  po to sleep, biit"nt Inst'wus about to do  so when sho see man's fnco look in zo '  top'of ze,.window* above^zosno^.   Eet1  ���������,vi|B;Tzi\t '.now'o .jsuii", ^j'jphQ':-' A"1,01-00  Briton  Muslo Wss Necenary to Got Them In  ��������� -��������� Motion.- *"-*     -,���������-*  Thoy got to telling flsh stories on  the' ship on which Billy Morgnn was a  passenger across tlio Atlantic. Booth,  Tarklngton, tho Indiana noveiist.' got  off a pretty good one about a shark  Ayhlch a captain fed and petted and  .which Dually saved tho captain's life  "by keeping other sharks away from  him wheu ho. was shlpwrecked.-  It was a good story until Billy Morgan smiled, his way into'the little  bunch and began to talk about tho,  Bowersock herd of' dehorned catfish  up.at.-the Lawrcuco dam. It Is an old  story in Kansas, of course, but it was  a long wny ii^iBi'Jliome, and IJllly.,had  to go into' details to mako tho bunch  bollovo it. [And so this,'is what ho  told 'om:   s*  ���������' '*-./'  ' "Somo years ago' Mr. Bowei'sock,  ^1)9 owns tiie-dam that furfllshes pow-v  er"for tho" mill and other factories,  conceived t!ho, idea that the" big Kaw  river cotflali *golng through tho mill  rnco and on to" tho water wheel added  much tb tlie vpowcr generated. Then  he read, that 'flsh are very sensitive to  music. . So ho hired a man.*with an  accordoon to,'stand over, tlie" mill raco  and play. Tho catfish camo from up  and down stream to hoar the music  and almost inevitably drifted through  the race on to the wheel and Increased the'power.  "Tho-fishes' horns used lo get entangled In tho wh6el and Injure the llsh,-  so Miv Bowersock, who Is a kind  hearte'd man and very persistent, had  a lot of tho Jlsh caught and dehorned,  nnd in a yeoyor' tfro ho'had'a'large  herd "of horpless catfish. Theso flsh  not only ,tm*,n out to hear tho music,,  but they h-^vo learned to enjoy the  trip -thrp&gli the mill raco and over  ;'tho wheel, so that every Sunday or  of tenet*-. whole families of catfish���������aud  they havo -largo families���������como to  Bowersock's dam to' shoot the chutos, ���������  something liko people" go out "to'" rljle.,,  on the scenic railway,-   r.   '*���������  ��������� .������������������"AVhbnovei; tho water in the river  gets foiy Mr."1 Bowersock has tho band  plriy, apd tlie catfish gather' and go  round au'd round over the wheel, furnish lag pow,er*for tlie Bowersock mill  when every,!other.wheel ou tho river'  Is Idle*.fi'om lack.'of water."-Kansas  How    Margaret    Curnegio  Helped the-Poor .Children.  LOCATING  A  MOUNTAIN.  City Journal.  he  ind'flbo'llgb't  tocome tn,nhdi'tvnvu!iflilumolf.i.in,0' sny  no, silo muBt stJiy-iui'o oue. two,,.mob-  bo t'r'eottay. yijlb VibOdnipfofnlfio her  Vob'd nnxati: by' gdlrig-'In. ttlio* fell;hli*  bo die If hO'tibt come In. 'Vor' well,  mademoiselle' ho sny. '1 dio for your  sukc; 1 lovo you bo much.  "Antolno ho dig liqio.ln,'ae^no^,put-;  ilde, mid wo Irtolt for hlm.v.Wc llnd,,hlm;  In ������Q hole, biit no col(j,luid frozen him.  Uo wiWdMid.-- ���������'������������������'���������"������������������������'���������' ,    ,  Tliero were, ^xclpmntlons from nil  (he listeners ojproBslvo'of'ndrnTrfltlnft'.*  Tor.4hls nohlo, net, e^egpt, (the Jnnkce.  ���������'Wnrtn't-hPlhe lenst bit squwnhl-UTr  ho.rpinnsltctl. ���������    ,. ;.��������� n  ,  ,' !'No, no-, prTlio.s*ny>'>i'e Mppb Brow  srlon rcp\itntl6?'i'K0iie,fbr<>vci;;" ������������������:.'���������  "How would��������� Hj1' tuivb toon If llibro'i!  baVii an,'old ^oniiin >lth 'om, mind  liliit'd-J'lif'V^ojd Hlintr.,���������������,;  Noiotio* pnl|l*nh'y nttentlon to tlil������  mtlrl'cni 'rt-Buctlpp .^n'vKrtncti otlquottt,  nnd Trudotvu.iontlnuedi  '^viioti ttieyi' iciff Mewi Brewerton  in't Antfiinb'WririrtPrtd bim mint, lier  %qVhtloir.''tVni������"'*'nnrw|*; but Antolne  tiadKivon lijfl'Htft te^et /oy curry  tf.r homo'tonar fntlfH-r. nnd ho wur  wild .wltlv;joy- tp^'tojfrw-.   When; w.  ���������j" >���������','.* *   \''"t."i"t'' ,,*'��������� ���������. i.������j.   , ,,.,,,   ...:,..,'  UL.ll    I,,    itlmtj     Vt    It" Ik    M>    UVI/1%     ...,,i'...m  Mt'jifiw ^i.tt-'rvi'. Tott,n������w ttnunhieW  'repu'lttt'io^'litf #bp 4P* imrH' Thon  "I .gif:������������.. hunrtt^1*������|������o������nds I prom-  InedV.tMH S\\ .regard'{jto   ������iiTlim   my  ,y������������������n1iti,.  in Lsiiiif  f-jW*. wftfuimont to  liiJi'.'-'*,".' ;'���������'', ; '-_x idi'      " _  --.'.-PoorilVItiterlal For a Son-ln'law.  ���������:\VijiU,\ -vv-hat is It?" demanded the  head of-the firm.   "I hope you're not  going to ask me for'another, raise of  salary!" , "    '"   *\..   ' -r '  ,;."No." repljed thoVyouug man.., "I am  going toyask-you-fpr- something-much*  moro.-JImpbrtttnt than .that.   I-, wIslKto  ask for.yp.ur dau'ght^i4'-tiaud fii^mof-'  rlnge,"; l\''Li    ,-lJ -..-     ���������.-.;.-..  "TJJri!, Ypxx consider hei,**m.ore Impor--  taut'than ft rateo ofgalary/do you?"/''  .,,"Yes, sir, far. more Itopoytant." : y--'.;  '"Then ybu can't havo her.   I sliould  bo ashamed to have sucfi* a'boob'its..  .y,9'}-| lhjmj: famlly.jf-Chicago Jlecord-  Herald.' *  -      '">"',���������       .  .'���������..���������  '   ,* --rr-rr-T-..    ' .-.,���������;  s i . Plain; Hunger. *- ��������� ��������� s .  "Doctor,\what '.(llscnse Is:the mosls  prevaIent,(imon{,' tho poor?." -'.. ,. ���������". . '  "An'alali'mlng.cbndition In" which the)  ���������ucfvo ;terminatjoiis ' In tho-. stomnch.'  Btimulotcfl by .nccuinnlated'jspcretloiiH  of (.'ho' gastric, glands, send 'irritations  to the spinal cord,' by way of the-  p'nepm'ogiistrle n er vo.'.'  , '.'"(jrocjdn'tssl How nwfull And to  think that wo/l;lcb pqople can do uoUi-  Jngifoj- tjiosoMinfortupnto sufferers!"���������  Clovoliind Leader.     ,    . .,    ..   '  The Latest.  Landlady - Tho* top floor boardov  moved opt today, ,  ^econU Floor Bnck-I didn't sho any.,  lugguge going out,  Landlatly-Oh, I guosij ho put nil ho'  h'n,d in a lottor and Bent It by wireless  to his now nddrcsB.-Toledo Blade.'  y '   5^:  @ 1911, by American Press Association.  A charming, iittlei 'girl who* has'nok  been spoiled by riches Is' littlo Mlsa  Margaret- Cnrnegles- daughter: o������ thp,  steel magnate. ,     \   _  '  Mr.  Andrew Carnegie lives In tho  most fushiounblo Btreot in New York,  and between his house'and that of hla*  neighbor, Mr. I. T: Burden, there Is 4  vacant lot.   Through the .kindness of  Miss Corncglo thls'fot:hWs������been .given  over to the Barks arid RrnygrbundijAjs-  socialion, and ail summer, 'longrpoor  children from tho eft������t-sldo .looked up  ut the vino covered w/ndows..of tho  Fifth avenue houses as they.**romped  and played and, en joyed, ..the swings  nnd seesaws .that; hail' bein .jprpvidod  for  the&.*   Mr. '���������Carnegijj -Btlpnlnited  only that tho- l&tr'should, be-sp���������.well  guarded, that the'/djlldfon .stb.ulct-r.ot  aunoy tlie 'resldeiiVs 6J thej'fafiUlonalile'  neighborhood   ..'* '      f' *    * ...  ' ..v* ���������'.: ,..,\ ���������;'-,.������������������    "  ��������� Halloween Lo^e,' '-, . ,  Throw "a*-liall of yarb^oitt'-pf JOOT  window iind'.rewind It fr<Jm"witb'ttf������qv  peuting the' pa'teriiostor'"bttekward'^a  yon,do so, all the'while watching tho  ball.:' Presen'tly,;lf you haye."good luck,  you will''ljiu:e a. -Vision/of yout future  husband's face.  - r    y ^ * y-.,   y_^  i v   * "  ' Tniya '.two long stemmed red roses,  and- i'niertwlne- th* ^tems/fep^tloa-  these'llpes:      /'"'"'   **'J " ' ;   .^",*   -  '"'' -Awtne, twine and Intertwlnk  .���������*.      ' I,ot my lovft bo wholly mine,      - '  '' If his heart bo'klnd and true  Deeper grow his rose's hue.  . '        . * --  .'Look;in  your glass while combing  you.r.liah", at the same time eating au  apple".hnd  hokUng'/tt^audlb^'In, one  ���������hriU'd.'You  must also be alone. "If  'you' hayfe good luck you will seo your  future "mute's fobe^ peepiug o>Cr, you'c  'shoulder In the mirror.  '. ���������''��������� "��������� , ',    s:���������rr    '     / .'  Is,'..- / ���������' v  >. They sny that cidl'dfetihv.li'o arb'.torn  :bn Ilullowpen have and retain through  their childhood tho power .^Q,couvcrse'  with witches, devils fttitf'ihlsclitci making elves.  It Took Dr. Mcrzbachcr Two Years to  Find'the Case of Khantcngri.  For two, years a curious soft*- of  game was played In lliat little known  region of Chinese 1'urkcslan among  tho great mountain rangeu of Tlan'  Shan. Tho chief partlcljiAnls of the  game, which was of the Scientific  sort, wero Ift". Meivbaeher, nn Alpinist, and Khanteagii. tho highest peak  of tho country.  This part of the world wn3 long cu-  veloped In obscurity, and until Df.  Merzbacher's survey no' good mai>s of  It existed.- The mountains are wild-  nnd picturesque and cover ground four  or flvo times as great as,tho Alps.  Many of Iho peaks mensuro over  20,000 feet In height. Khantengrl, the  highest of (ill, exceed** tho rest "by  some 4,000 feet. The region is regarded as very difficult of access, and  old Chinese travelers lmvo left many !  Thrilling stories of- Its dangers.  Khantengrl never having been definitely located, Mbrzbilchcr undertook  the-tusk. For nearly two years ho  searched:beforo ho could pin the elu-  /slvo mountain down to topographical  accuracy. It *vns a.veritable game of  hldo and-,seek between u mnu "and a  mountain, and the" curious and interesting part of it* all -was, that,often  ond ugain tho mountain was lu plain-  6ight, The route to it, however,.v^-as.  most difllcult tp,trace, nnd tho tsceker  realized-that, until ho was actually ,at  tho mountain's,base he could not' show  it**-!relation to tho rest of tho range.  After months of tolf'ftnd disappointment the mountain was fimilly trapped and the'riddle solvetf.���������Kxehange.  HIGH UP IN. A BALLOON.  i     " The Ollent Father.  , "I'll hot that man Is tho father of  ilt of soven children."  "wfa-tf.^ ''������* ,.:.'��������� ;,���������;.-'.'.. .���������..  "]f, Uo had loss than throo ho'd bo"  bragging about thoiw."���������Detroit Fi'co  Vrevif, '*     '"'���������     ''- "   -1" '        ������������������  , Tf<e Raililn -fyibd."   ';> '-"."  On,9' of tire Jolliest, 6'fi Hqjlowpen  enixiCH is-tije^nUln'ruco.*' >Il<'ydu,'h.avo  nover tried lt"ddn''t'*lfnu"v{'ou*To'rto'������ils/  tfnllowcen.*' '  Tako n nice, clean whlto string tx  yaftlslong and- exactly Ip*Uip center  fastoii a ralslq., (,N������w tako;two boys  oi^ gji'l's, tie their hands behind them  and plnco 'nil'"end of tlio ���������'���������string uu-  twepn onch ono's teeth. At tho word  /'Up!" each must begin chowlng tlio  atv!n������<* '���������'ror"\l&i\r'.Hfo;** .,' " ��������� " ��������� ������������������  , Tbo one chowlng fastest will reacli  tho-rnlain llrflt. provided ho Is not bo  unforlii|inffl\ns'.t^-loi-tlio Hiring.slip  from "h'ts'lOoThV Six.'' li'ceidellt' trtilcli'ili;'  likely to occur, aa his opponent's cIjp.w-  IllAT 'bn^sotr ui /PUlUng of Uig, string,  whloji-'mhsy bo-* cnrcfully,-, guardml  ugiilnst/ '   ' v,> " '   "' ''���������'    ?   ���������  Thochower -who-first renchou. iho  rnlslii may nnt It and will also huvo  grout ffiioi! fortuno.  Effeots of tho .Intense  Coh*l,  Rarefied  Air and Strong Suhsfiine.  Drs. Steyrcr and-Fleming who made  a prolonged ascent in the balloon Bee-.  Un, conducted a series af experiments  at great altitudes with special^yefpr-  ence to the physlologlcareitccts'of^exposure, to. intense cold and to hot sun  rays In extremely rarefied air.        ��������� '  ���������  - Both', professors wero equipped with  oxygen" masks..,-At a, height of ,10,500  feet tiliey wero obliged to" "Inhale 'ox)'-'  ������en at intervals of-from ono to-two  minutes; otherwise they..suffpred from  headache, heart' palpitations' and defective  respiration.   As  they * reached-  ^greater heights-.thoso  symptopis  Increased and. oxygen had to. be' moVe  frequently inha'led: .At ti height of l)e^  t.wecn 25,000 and 27,000 feet'Fleming  fainted ou removing tho mask for an  instant,        (^ **  ���������The" cffects"*of -strong^sunshlu'er-in-,  tense'cold* and -Insufficiency of, nir gave  the-.'face a terrifying aspect,' but tho  aeronauts felt apathy rather thad'auy  severe pains.-Ariothei},. effect w������3 "a  feeling Of cr.amp,,ln tho,'muscles.  Tlio sun's rays acting in th'o rrttelled  air produced a swelling *aud l-edtjenlng  of tlio skin, accompanied .by, fever, and  'theso symptoms reached their height  forty-eijjht hours after.tho descent.   "  \   ^Viuon'g tho expcrimculii made was n  test for,tho prcseuce of ui'ci'0-prgaii-  Isms,  bt three tests, the highest, mild'e  at 15,000 feet, showed mlcrti-orgunlnms  in tho pmall proportion ot from 0.2 to  0.5'ti Jliter,'(1.70  pints)  of air.   ,T1|0  ��������� fourth .test was made at nil elevation-  of nearly 27!00O'feet hihI' revealed *i|o.  gerilis.T-lJai'per'.s'Weekly.       ,,  ' Tubular Coifed'Sprin'fls.  Tubular colled springs have I,q-?u  mado by a French engineer, FiancoU  Krnoult, and have given qulto astonishing results. A Paris laboratory tivit-  ed.lwo steel, fiprlugs of exactly .tlio  Hume 'appearance, one of solid wlro  aud tho other of tubing with a wtvll.  n twenty-Ilfth o'f t\n .Inch thick.   A pull  Aids t(J Beauty.  Falling of tho chin, or sagglug chin  muscles', is one ;of benuty's surest enemies.   The'woman'tvilh n double chin  has small chance of conveying an iin-'  picsslon of freshness and youth-"-  Ouo of tho surest wo'ys of correcting'  this tendency is to study chin poses In  tho mirror. Pull the chin np and thrust ���������'  it out, so that the disfiguring roil is  eliminated, then drop the chin on the  chu'st,, exaggerating the fault. By so  doing a d'eliulto idea of llio valuo of  chin elevation will be gained.,  With this pracllcijl'deitfonsirntlou-in'  mind, practice carrying the chin high,  but not  thrust  forward.    Draw  the  muscles taut and hold them so- and ���������  develop the practice into n habit, which  will soon become a mil urn I pose,  ' * When -drj'Ing the face or massaging  it with*any kind of cream or lotion  make tho, hands Into a V shaped trough"  by placing the base of the palms to-.  gotheiv putting the chin  Inlo the  V  njid pushing the hands gcnlly.'but tlrm-  ly,.np each side of the face to the temples,   itcpe'at this motion at*least halt  a dozen times a day ami the excess -  fullness'will gradually disappear. Nov- ���������  er use. downward motions in massag- ���������  ing any of the facial muscles, always  upward.   The tendency of these mus-'  cles is to fall, and downward pressure  hastens this process.    Pushing them  upward keeps the cheeks full and presents liqjlows', tho certain, marks of -  age, from appearing In the face.  "���������" Pinhlfig a firm bandage of muslin  lightly about tho head Mo that there.,  will be a firm pressure under the chin ���������  during the* nightls ������ harmless and efficient ald.'tq the'foregoing treatment,  T.he. cpll.afless dress reveals the dis-  'tigiSring*cro������seB.uhd wriuldes in the  ���������neclt. ':These should he massaged reg-  tjjaply .-jj^t'lf-a'good cold cream, as they .  nre'lrditejns.undesirable nnd quite a������  tellt.*ile as,the "age*lines lu the face.  >  .   .    Wrfsh Your Own Hair.  If you* are  accustomed ,to. having,  your, hail' shampooed "try doing lt'your- -''  self so. Hjiit you may reap tho benetft   <  of an out-of door sun-drying.   A half    .  "hour-of .fresh air, aud'sunlight will d������  inoro"to ^stimirlate" the^giowriroi-! he"~?v  hnlr. and bring* out'Its natural color.   .,  nnd'luster than any-amount of tonic:  Many women go an entire year without,taking advantage'of nature's own-  remedy ,for Iuslerless, stubborn  hair  A'puro soap, a vigorous rubbing, careful'.tlfislng so that no soap remiiiuyli*  tho hair.'and n drying In iho direct rayi*- #  of the sun aro posslblo to'every wo  man,   Allow tlie finir to becomo thot .  oughly -dry* before combing  ft,   then '  brush   put  tho  tangles   with   n.sillT  bristle brush.- Continue this brushing  ���������for at' least fifteen inlniiles. lifting the .  strands' to   let'  (he   sunshine   filter  through'.   Do not dress the hair ror ������   -  Imlf hoh'r nflt'r It Is' brushed- out, liul  Idflt'hnng loose about the shoulders.  -,  of'CliO pound-* Htretclicd 'the "tubular  ������������ul ns a fol  spring nearly threo Inches,  tho solid' Hoynblu until  j   8leep tlie Fountain of Youth.'      .  Any Htiinbor of women who are cut-  lliig ruthlosply Into their nUowanco to  swell the* eiish'ilniwcv of the beauty  ,purlni*si.coujd Volvo the,riddle of up-  'jioarlnjj .fiiesh',/j'nd anlmiited' If Ihey'  would iI>ih"ijibI{C? a 'prii'ctK'o of talcing  tbb.pHPor'nnioiViit of sleep. '  'Tiie .value of sleep a** n reMnrnilvi-  and .'iii a folinttiln of youth Is unho-  oue hni-bntlwl regular-  littrked Hnichlns,  ''lftl>d.lji'p'n',|jii!;(ij;ll fwrl������������r IVJ ratlior fa>  have nao toyiiftvijiuu Un������ inonumeiie,"  ;;  ."Ko hujlnumpfit:ureiit bonnr."  ������������������Whnt hPCdirio o' 'tnt ftrir" asked  ��������� "(.'llH'oiico, did yon ppel, that iipplt  ib.tor\j eallng It, as I told youV"  ''Ay(���������'������'.  rriri'bf""  ������������������IVRayiijd yon do villi')Jio pceir*  f;"J Mo lt.,motlirr,"-Naw Vork Mall.  A Halloween T������tt,  A sovoro tpsi for Halloween li for  Uio entire cnmpnny of hoys und Rlrln  to fill tlialr moullui with wntor and  tike  up  an   entiro   handful  of unit  jptoce, thou, filing out of doors, wnlk  Wound the house three limes   Thoso  , Who mirreed   lu  doing  UiIh   without  IJOwIng ui)v vyofer. or spllllnu uny  >������t]i will pud tVll'.'U'tiii'p unites ln tbo  t������^ porxptls oftho opiMwIt'e ������,x whom  ���������tt^ tn*bt *'  ,'"    ��������� '' "���������  The Halloween Party.  ff*%*������ fun ni tli������������ llAllo.ween party,  All the ������lrl������ oriel flii/Wi' ������������������' if"-*  Malta a f\x-*\v -fttiffl*        ���������������������������"''  |-Mt ^ht houio of Anna, Mccarty.   >'  I UU fou wo hnd n marry aat-  W***>, Hliinrho, Pf II and Sue,  Wtlle, tlnni.'M*ry, tttr,,  ' tha dear lliilo wee toi Mnraarit.  spring yielding less.thiih'ouqlund.ojic*. .lv, tlH'reln. It almost hppiiih magic In  half inches, and lhe pci'inahciit" tii- tfs'olWct. and many a woman/who lias  formation of tho Tubular spring wils   discovered,.tho,necrct Is tho envy and  * -    ndmlr/jtlon"   6f    her    beauty    parlor  Ih. .     ,  ���������      .*     ���������  ��������� *     .  'ftlglit hours for work, clghi; ImnrH  fordli'pp and eight for play Is the old  'r'-rt'lff*; 'Up io now no ono has Improved  iin't'lih proportion,   If yon care more  iTor flih prpserviitlon of yonr youth and  -���������    ..M������nHtoBtuJr������d,>IHK;.,-r,:; jniVncllvpno-s than ������r your' l'|���������������  Oows are not nuinprousiii MnHiin.   tnko not Ichh thnn tho allotted eight  hut tho'.lnpiinoHO are fond of ..nijlk.'i hours of iiloop fi'um* Ilw twenty-four. .*.  tind to meet HiIb demnnd In the fac'o.  ohly ono-twonlr-W^'-P" ,1">,,}';.XX!!IIA, ,l'1,nlr1"  a Htrotcl-.*,qf two u,ud. onc^Btf/JfleTuijf J '������' .i;������( i1  left .tho spllil- HpiJiiR. ,,VPJCirjiir*totf,,Uj- ���������1-'"1"  lengthened ouo-nuartcir of,.j|i}.WclU Vf;  man being >norg,,flw;|))lc.ilipr,������^nnar  ���������i'pi'Jng Ja mtii'h si.WJBoi;. furjllyi ^j;elKlJt.  of.a' nslutal., slwrtngo .they long ago  put tholr wltH to work uud evolved u  product Hint the avorago person cannot dlHtlngulsli fyom the regular dairy  nr'ilclo. Tho.anitlcln,! milk Is derived  frpm tlio.aojij.'.ljenn,..-, Tlio, tionm-i. nre  first wiiknd, tlioo...hulled.,,In ' wntor.  Presoplly tho'llwld-t.urps, white: ������u^  nr and* plionphnU.of pottiHli.ln propijr^  (jjinntllloH aro adde^l iiud .jlio! Iiullfiig  A Lotion for the Brow*.  .Wlioii tlio browli'have lici'ii lost by*  lliiicHH or othor cnuHPH they mny, If the  roots uro not killed,. Iw made tp grow  'ngnln by' using tlio following lotion;  Anoint'Villi a snhlp bruslr t������n,������ralpB  of.Hiilpliato of quinine nud two o\in*vo������  pf'.oll o? 'sweet nlinoiifls.  ',, 4'tij������llii-y* remedy ofjimlly good snd  no ilii'l'miiy nlno bo gently npp!l������d  cpntlnuod until ��������� ���������ubstiinco (lie 'iliK,Vv]'tfl|ljo,:lfii������ of Hn������ Innlion .to pro������ott  iiPhs of'molnHiM' fj' obtnlnml.    Thli������"rllil>ir*  jJI'oNvth 'In   conipoxcd'* of   0������f*  p|ffht'.l'|iritn opnro of oil, of nut������A,  opi'vigtitb'of nn'olmt'o of oil of rose '  'ihnry)'''uilf'hnlf ounce of .oll..6f-fw������������  al'nioiid|il.oi)d onc-linlf, ounco. of tine  tiii'0^itv<''riiiUm������'ldim. Mix nil Ibo,OllP  ;\fl]ftu{j*6- !������hd 'tlii'U'- add* .the c-tmllbft  'rUM,..s.lju'orpornto well nud apply to  "Mpi'������ .'Hrowpfton sho go to Montreal  \ylth her father. Mhpcomo here wlien  up inonumi'ni was put up nnd ovory  year for long time "  "I gueaa sUp'II get over It," was tho  YanltcVs Unil crmcInM. -fhey oil  tU*> " " ' "*!i* ��������� ������������������    ���������- *. . ���������  -��������� Too Much-Motor,  '���������* WlBB~tt*?nr.oekUp tmn bought n mo-  toriiojii and hjim*������d ifnflei; hU wife.  WncB������-Cnt*i't mnimgo li, ������'.i?  !"..l'tb.  dolphin Ittcord. , *  VorleuiDemenitratlom.     |  l-*iUn<t������ Kill epplauil ������ni1 to** atteck  Whether .you i*������U lo bring ftlmul.  While ������ne m������a pot* you on (Ito bacft  Atatlur mu hit hamniur out.  -WaiHui'.ou atar.  CV^fUtnpUlii laiitenm, all aglow,  4M*.<*<t liy  ,i..;:��������� ,,-ut. \.t,J.    ..  ***, wlnklna at ���������������������, thry !  ���������toot Jn a comical, urlnninK row.  Ma tabbed for apples.    Dear nit, what  atmrt'. -  Oor t*t".in were drlt pln������ wet.  w������ looked funny, yon IM!**  ftllOlMirtnatde tall und ii:������rmali!������ ihortl  tf* aofitiit/l the appt* attifa wllh uart  '���������'Jmtf It,,* pttalliitf Ibifw   "  On th* tls-sor    \V������*II \W K'ncw  Vkl name* or our Ioviti would be ttjer*.  We tlaynl one ������ood rame afitr anollier,  when Mwnfffret begon to ci-yi  "I'm tiri*d'   l-t~l-  fTiAt to ro hum* to Jlrarnle tf other I"  fliiild porrospondu rory.nccurntoly with  ordlnaryr condensed' 'liillfc* nud. ..wlu;n  water,*l������. addo(l cannot, bo ipjjl from .  fi:eBli,-~lWchnw|{o.,,, , *,  . *, , ���������  '.* ������������������ .*;. 1.11-r-'.1: '.'ii-r^i   . . i   .��������� ������������������  ���������  ; ,Lond������.n'A OW OW-hVif m\ 'i^-v  11,bndouv,hns���������������ii old(qWha������ i|id.V Who  conion and gooo to iho iimn������ps,.yf Ow.^lifr :rwW'.wun ������ ���������'������<������������������ '"���������������������" "'������'" ������������"  licit  und sfiiuef lo, iuuuVi;)!^, ������.ii>iiiii- j v,',''-i'1,|M*  ������������������,  otniKoifc,..BIift*likii,'gviuoPlai*J(rftP������il������M.' -*'-- ���������"    lB   ,. .  liOmra fit tbiy ������I^*ond *^ Ihcip Ui ... .*<��������������������� p*'-" 8"h't,'1. *M,na  othci-A. Sho rtwW-AMu; !������������t I* "������, - . ������������"'l>������iil h������pI...io ������r,> in I* foi ni  well known-Ui������t,hot,ii������prvl(W nr&vii* ^n������t������u'c������Unnon������  he Iliiiwrlon ������B������ Un*  mmlQ witl������;lioiv!.li������,)o������i!fM^>.l'<f.*,������"}������. ,{[[m' MV'"'"* ���������������"������; Iwh,ff" of���������f'������;  offorwl her and mokes but one offer. .ffl'nnW-'ftWwno nud by lining lliro  If ifl^viotiioNWii-Mipa. ClmHq.Jio^M'fhiH-nll^aiv'f^^ ,������"llli ������������ perfumr**  |iprsplf*oufc.ond,lb#*tncltlop.t,i������/Jw������id,,uV'*' 'ii'Hfi';lnNxh������r*v  twUvmafniU ���������������^ac.ern������d<-^MIw'"^<'p,ii,,rT������ mnko immi uprwid the r<*������o loiw  journal.        ���������������������������-.   . '-.,-* ������.   ���������   '-.-���������        ��������������� -*ii "tNyni'd i������xp<we tlicm i<������ lif luti  InduoomonU Offered,  Wife-Why did fou  ivt'u.A*  |o  tlv^  hint man i.ho roomtf   ,       ,   ������������������.      ...  IIiHlmfid-rio lookod ao III lompprMl  I wnt flfrnld I ahoulH nover -mimitiod  up courage to roUo bin rcnl later on.-  l*flle'a Wcttlf,.  (���������IU or warm nir unlH Hie.v tit* dry  i'lipu Itjtlitly rumpli' ihi*m ui������ *������������ll In  ���������liss linnfle and odd other dry oi\o*ron������  ,ingri'dlw������t������ fiich tin riiasla hud������. oltl������  '������������������list i#ud i������andlPW''>������'d, .il*<> n hit of th������  *'������������Mi������tiil nll^f rua:*v Plnco Mu- ItifTO  dli'iiin lu wo���������te minlln BiK'liPis flowor  vti Willi'nfttM-pu.ttinf*-  * mkt> iftpi ->' *-.*.,  THB NEWS, CUMBERLAMP. BRITISH COLUMBIA._  ,.l._*,utv. lair  THE FURNITURE STORE  Wall f apefs  W  E   HAVE just opened out the largest and best Q  assortment of Wall Paper ever shown  in this city.    Our papers are the famous  Watson Fosters and Reg. N. Boxer manufacture  CALL AND INSPECT PATTERNS  AND GET PRICKS.  fl  HIRANO;  FASHIONABLE  TAILOR  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  TAILOR  MADE     SUITS  FROM   ������20.00   TO $35,00,  tfEBANIKG  'AND PRESSING  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices.  Phone  Cumberland 8;  <**t\m*im  t^^amatyktaatatta^mStm,*,  WATCH   FOR THE  BIG  SIGN  A. MoElNNON McPhee Block, Cumberland  its  D  WhimVm*c*masa*ermram.  SU  COMMUNICATIONS.  Locals.  To -tho* Editor of the .."News:  Mis worship the Mayor evident,  ly. was sincere in'his- remarks at  tlie meeting-previous to tho men-  icipal flection when ho stated  from the public platform that if  elected for mayor this time we  inicht rest asMired he would never  come before us again for election.  It appears to me* that statement  must be true judging from the  notions of the maycr during the  last three weeks, if the conversations one hears on the street are  correct.  1st. Is'it true   that   the   retail  licence holders of this   city   were  allowed permission by the  mayor  to ietnain   open   for   two   hours  from   midnight, . the   appointed  closing time on the   first   day   of  January, 1012, o until two o'clock  in, the ���������.morning of the second, the  saloonkeepers   having   requested  such a privilege when they knew  ��������� tbWwWTO^elFction "i n~ sigh tr  These men who trade in the liquor  bubiness, 'not satisfied with   being  open seventeen or eighteen   hours |msjnesa>  ' extract from tbe pockets  of  No 7 school is cIohkI down on  account ot diphtheria, but will reopen next week.  AH. Ptacey's store at Coujten-  ay wa������ entered nn Saturday night  or early Sunday morning nnd from  five to f*even dollars in ca������b stolen.  Entrance was effected, through a  reai1'window. As fir as is known  at present nothing elpe was taker.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing ConVpany's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kindsof  Wines and Liquors.  m&ai*ajna  Rev, B. C. Freeman' left this  morning for Vancouver to btlend a  meeting of the Provincial Local Option League.  ��������� ��������� - O*    ���������' ���������  GABD OF THA.MK3.  I desire to thank my friends  aud neighbours for their kindness  mid sympathy during my time of  trouble.  Johm Dickson.  ",' ���������'���������",'#   ,Mr. O. t.  Sniitlje, of Duncau,  late proprietor of the Isjander is  iu town.  ^.���������;^^:"^,'  I  am.  the fool every dollar they can see  or know that has got, come forward.;** ..midnight and   say, "Mr.  ��������� Mayor please grant us an exten-  pion of time of two hours, and  we must assume that their re-  quest was granted unless it be  contradicted hy some one in authority to do so.  2nd. Is it a fact that these  snmes aloons were granted a similar privilege at eleven o'clock on  ���������'��������� the night of the 13th inst? If this  he true, thon it is arj irrecoverable  shame and a disgrace   lo the city  , we live in, and if  elections arc to  be fought'and* won upon such prin  ciplen as these, (extension of   time  and whiskoy bottlos.) it ia deati-  , txito of nil reason,  Rhauty,  ~p.7^"A^"~-Thoma^up-W-aate  piano tuner from Fletcher Music  Co , Nanaimo.   is   iu . town  Orders left  at Cumberland* Hote| will be promptly  attended to.   Phone 2 j.  0     ��������� ��������� ���������  Kemeiuber   Harry   C.   Evans  The Reliable,Piano Tuner   is   in  your   vicinity,    r. O.   address,  Elk liotol, Comox, B. 0.  WANTED���������A live  ambitious  hoy to get subscriptions for us in  his spare time.    Write for par  ticulars MacLean's Magazine, 347  Pondor St, Vancouver.  I Tommy's Bicycle Shop  tf. tfakanishi, Prop.  <t**,i*'fr,i"i''i,iirt"ti'l"l"t"l"i"i'  ,   ���������GENERAL REPA1RING������0F���������  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc., Etc.  Plumbing Done.  *.  Bicycles for Sale  aad Hire.  P.O. Box 360  L,ocal ngent for  Cleveland^ Massey-Harris  and Perfect bicycles.  , *  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Telephone 7.0  ������@������������������������S<sX5)@������������^^ ������������������������<8X5>^^  If you want Cheapest and Best patronise���������  K.ABE& Co.  No, 5 Japanese Town.  Fine Groceries, Dry Goods, *     *  Candy, Fruits, Etc., Etc.  I have 3 fine Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost $45.00 each,  Now $35.00 each  wsw*-^^*^m^^w^^^^^^v*wm  Notice.  FOR SALE���������Household fur-  niture at No, 7. For '.particulars  apply thia office,  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies  neniiMWiMuwaMmm m  Capital $6,900,000.   , Reserve $ 7,300,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY  CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER   THE   WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on Depositb of $1 and upwards.  OTTMBEBLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily.  WHON WHAEF, B. C���������  Sub-Brach, Open Xhurtdnys  O. M, MORRISON, Manager.  COURTENAY,   B. 0,   Branch,   Open Daily.  WM. MOpP^Manager.  I 1 *  E._RHILLtPFS^HARRISJDN���������  "BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CU   BERLAND,  ROOMS for rout at Marinolli'H  Rooming [louse,.Derwont Avo-  ClMAGNETXCASliJlilSSlD  ���������V. BOfiORH:  Ulho&s&ie Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & BEER  PltONK 81  Duar Sir, or Madam:,--  .Tl.tj "oii'l.U!nu'.. of Cumber-  ' vi '. wivi-c ������������������������������������������������������im* ���������:(:., f-ivif\ nn at tho  t\���������.-���������ii*i.i.  ','ini;, .  T.itVo arc nun- pooph-i ill town  than ovi.ii* hci'ory. Novoiubor pay.  roll beiii<* tho lai'^oi't 111 the .hi.'.  tory oftlw; iiiiui.'. ThurolWo Ihi'io  i.s no rtmoft why b;i*inubrt cuniiot  hi* douo on a cii.sl. basin nr SO duy-n  iMvd't at tlio niO!-*t,'  (.'.ninriit.'iiciiu!; i\m Xow Ytmr,  January Ut, UH'i, I ahull thoro  fui'o iw-jiut upon those tonus hoing  carritKl out l*To the btMttdit of all  my ou;*Uoimm*>,-- Any por-ion ow  ing mo atiy buck balance miit������t at  ouch uiiiko urraiigHiniiiit* to Uip.i*  date ^.uie or wnlte a Biibs initial  payiuiMit on ai'count ami bi^ii noto  c*iV*t*������"liijij ilk> rciutiiiKici'.  !   .'.u: ':. *.t*\[ ���������" lft>   lo'.VORt   j������0?-  uijUi 111/nro iui'1   \vlii|*.i   I   ro-jrot  ��������������������� ���������������"������,; -v     ���������<������c   vuv. ���������������-1'i.t^   ���������tvwtvit,  ii' 1 :un Vi rooiidii in bimiiums it is  iu>i**������-'������at-y thai the abovo ttrmfl bo  oarrli-d out, as tlit* Imlftucod aro  BCCt'inuUtin^ iivory nuoith  Tha'ilun,' y-ii foi    pant   ordure  nnt' iv*|H'**. i'u I!;���������; Htlii'lrnt^ a con-  1  '���������'.'���������.(     '  *)t  Xd'M"  'AVa.A*      \)\\)'i\fM-.*,  Ww4 Uam Par JMlwItra.  "Kota+'a tha wntxg place for tncb*>  ixm," MM a traveler, "Bachetors la  tf*o*t*_: art considered u children and  hav* only chlldren-i prlTtleceo. York  1 Korean bachelor, get thirsty. *Yoa  tutor ��������� wet mmixao and call for palm  wIim. The pretty Mttle unber colored  waltrean niyi:  ���������������������������HatTtai,  - 'Ho,' anya you.  "'Heraui then,1 wyt iba, Md out  yon go, unnlakcd.  "You want to voto, but thwy wool  lot yun tf you ire not married. *  "Tou apply for a Job lomewhM*  'How many children have your lo th*  Brut qtteflttoii you're BRked, And ���������������  loon si you any you'll uiimnrrtca tbey  laugh In jour faco to thlak thnt yott  nhouid proeutue to apply for work any*  whoro,*  _____  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  1    a        Cda  \t*i\^m*flgfm^JtU*^^  ���������">n. ���������  THE CORNER STORE  M,  r  I '..lll'.'fi  f..l, iy.Mrhv'ii.  ,i''..K(.t;., Ui-c  "in  \y , 'ill.     OV of <?���������������,!> t    ill*'  vn- ji**1*   pnl������ii! 'tM  i'i   I)������������-  The Ita mim.  In tbe moonlit garden ovoriooklntf  the soa do vouoil vttxn to bo henrd nave  tho potulint plaint of tho monqultocm,  ���������ngry at being dUtiuhed at tholr foodL  "O.-imt.' catd the h.*?*jt, "let ������s co w&  ait muiIw* th������ Ha palm. Tlwy woa'l  bother ua tbere."  ln comfort undor tho Ita, ho went oat  Tbln trc������ In from tho Orinoco d������Ua,  :ho home of tbo Wnrau tribe; Tho  Orlnoca delta la lufcutod with moanul*  toe* to afx Incrcdlbto rtegn<& Tbe  Wuraua, to aacaiui. tb������oi������ live In a palm  whoi* odor tbo ukwjuUo can't put up  with.  ������������������Thhi la th# palm���������tha Ita-whloll  Makes tbe naked \Varau> moaquke  proof bed. A bandy thhig It la nroonf  tlia������ unit manibea to huvo In a tftmUm  tins"  Wood's Phftiffhftdtwtii  w *   *w*w arm ^m  ��������������� tm^^mam^^ma^^araaa^^m^a^m^  r-,ha Or*ext JMUk _fttmfitp.  !oom and Inviaoi aUw tue wliulo  WET  ai ayaiam, utafum ^nuw  In old Veliin. Viirta Ktrv���������  ... .andltmin Worry, IM..  TOrMHW-il, Hmit^WMkntiifJimiiiaitiifa, Htm  n\*tr)vM,amMrtlt nfjfnu.ar Httvaar.  " " "oras.  finuHlll|>l(Mii������i,(������������������  ' or uinlK)tl in  *mt  "Toronto On i.  oiii iHiAlily, MmttU     .  Wtfd-ritiji.Ji}tiiiiini(irii,Hfui  'nit fit A fiui9 pr Htm  tut ax  OnoHlll|>liMiii  will<mr*v  eaid hf Mil drutvUt '.or umlK  ���������M0M Aft���������T)i* Woodl^dlclrt* 0^  1  '**���������$.  ��������� !     ...'  J..N. McLEOD  9r#t������������^#������9#i������ii������������*^t#(|������>t*9if������^<l^t*������^������^^9f#^  This.ig the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local denlaud for eggs has been  eqtwl to the supply. Nothing pays better than  poultry, if they are rightly managed. Begin  with the little fellows and feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of hone meal, wheat,  oats, corn aud other grain, cut and blended in  the right proportion to make them thrive and  grow,   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,   ���������   - Courtenay, B.  DKA.LEU IN FLOUH AND FEED,     *  .  e  C  30E3  __  1  \  If  Ten Miles fomCent  i From ������MMlenUt to on*.fiflli tanft pet  > Mile ctrtttt dw eetl ef epmiim a  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTOKCYCLK  V*amMla**aH..a,lam  Thb n*u)t!ni b tlwayt reuly lot a  htattf-m litp 01 ��������� pbtMire ran. Will do  lit* wad work ol 3 hone*. No mmom  vthtmtlU. Wt wdukl like to Ull you  nor* ebeut the fTMltit iport ia tlie  wodd.  Come ta ead at* iu.  THOS. PUMLEY,'  OlAUIN*       VICTORIA. B.C.  < ���������  I  I  fl  .n  lit"  ������������������If >-pti i;������t J' ������t lMhnley'g. it's Alt* ttiOHT."  r Q ���������PTo Do I.cp������trlnc.  'B&S90G  '..H'ftt  *J  __\y.  3PC  ...J


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