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 ���������'  V-^  >���������  , A.        A   ��������� ���������  .< ... ���������>      /i   ���������  .,  \i*-���������. / *��������� /-f--f  /:  -      j# r-  ���������^-m^L      ij       i.  ,1*  3  A JournRj Devoted: Especially, to-th������ Interests of Comox District.  __^______^_^_  ___      ,-.*'������������������ .. r  The News, Nineteenth Year.  CUMBERLAND. B.C���������   ^DNESDAY,   TAN.  17th, 2912  The Stone  of Quality  THE BIG STORE  FOR  STOVES  .'���������:: and  RANGES  Subscription Si.o<- .^  ���������**m%_-i-_%%tl_\\_.   %  THE CORNER STORE  WE ARE STOCK-TAKING, and do not wish  wish to carry auy of these Hues     in  the New Year,  Men's heavy dark Tweed Shirs, reg. $2.00.    Sale Price $1.35  Sale Price $1.25  Sale Price $1.25  .Men's heavy bark blue serge "  Men's HBK guar, buckskin shirts "  AT COST PRICE  "75-  51.65.  Men's Sweater Coats, Sweaters, Overcoats,  Ladies' Coats, Skirts, Furs���������(all this seasons.)  Children's Bearskin Coats,  Cheuelle and Tapestry Curtains, aud Table Covers.  SPECIALS  t  200 pairs Men's Heavy Wool Socks, regular "35c,  aud 400 per pair.   Pay day, 25c. per pair.  SEE OUR TABLES  OF  SPECIALS.      They  all mean a great saving in necessity lines.  Slaughterprieeson all ������hlaa- a*&  Xmas Goods.  1  1  Simon Leiser,& Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  Locals.  Leland Mouneo   left   by  da)'s boat for Nanaimo.  Sun.  'BIRTH���������At. No.'1 mine on  Saturday, Jany 13ih, to Mr, end  Mrs John Brown a oon.  BIRTHS  ������������������        I '" --"nr ,_:   T*| um'  At No 7 mine on Snuday Jany.  7th, to Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Brown  a daughter.  At Cumberland on Sunday,  January 7th, to Mr and Mra. John  0. Brown a daughter.  At Cumberland on Wednesday,  January 10th, to Mr. and Aire. J,  D. Robertson a daughter.  Mr. It. K. Graham, of .Now  Wostminstor ia tho new salesman  in tho drygooda department of  dampholl Brothers' fitoro,  John Gibson jr., of Calvor Co.,  Marylaud, ie tlio new manager of  our local conl mines.  FAI*M for RENT.  Farm for.ront; long term preferred., ��������� 160 acres moro or less,  ftuout , tweuty-tivo cleared, good  ti������room houso and out buildings.  Also for sale ono general purpose  toam well  matched,   one  heavy  dmiinrht.'hrtrp*\ n"d olher Rt/vtr i\nt)  implomonts. For particulars apply John McDonald, Comox P,  O., B.C.  -" '���������'   *m  Mr. D, I). McRne ha������ rowigncd  from Campbell Bros., and has ac  eepted a position wijth J. N. McLeod.  ������*������������������< in   ,11 i^���������.p.i��������� ...- in.,-.  Go^l piHnr.'S Hr<s being *hown  at both the Cumberland, aud City  Halls.  CAMPBELL   RI^ER NOTES.  Mr. Cecil Smith, of Comoxj  and Mr, Brown, of Cheshire, England, were here ou a hunt last  week and succeeded in bagging  two panther,  0. Thulin has started a logging  camp at Gawland Harbor.  Door are very scarce, but ducks  and geese are plentiful.  Mr, Hagsfrom bus just return,  eel with his bride from Vancouver. A grand reception was ton-  dord tlio happy couple.  Mr. Forbes, Cumpboll Lake,  lias left for Vancouver, and will  not return.  , Taken by mistuko fiom one of  the hotels���������nn umbrella. Owner  can have same by proving property  nud paying for advertising,   Ap  ply this ollleo,  School Trustee Smith wishes us  lo correct the statomont in tho  issue, of tho Islander of Saturday  the 18th inst.,llmt ho snid, that a  Chinaman was givon a sent aftor  his littlo girl had boon rofusod admission to tho public gohooj on  account of there not being room.  What Mr, Smith said in oifoot,  whs, that Ohinnmon were, taking  the room oi white children, which  ho did not consider was right, and  that thoy should hnvo a plnco hy  theuiBelvos,  by a Chinaman soveml weeks ago  and seriously if not fataly injured,  was taken to Vancouver on Sun  day for   treatment.    Ilia   father  and brother accompanied him.  Wooi'fl Pheflpho&in^  Th* Offal Km/Hah  flemrdv.  Tone* and Invlfonuw Uio wJiula  nervgu* mfaui, mitk*a   iui\*  - - 'Uloadia old Vain* Dure* Km  luy, ilnninf ami Jlraln wtirrv, Ik.  t, hejcmtl If taint***. J&mianUin*, Uptr  .-,...,, ���������,*yi, ixnrt Klf'da fi/J1ma*nr Hrffw*  frftm tl per \m% ������txfnr|.*>.  On������ -wHIpltmrnv ,1,  will cure. 80M bf tit dmroUUi or insiktl In  plain .fee. on rwolnf. of prii-fl. Jfrin pnin' tUtt  ttmUfkfrtt*.  YhvWooaMadfelfi'Oa.  tjormerly Wiadtori ?���������*������������������**% Oftt*  out IkbUU  P0IMIW/.f  titdarrhmt,  sehold  FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. Slock Reduction Sale continues. Discount of 20 per cent  Come and see the stock,' Nothing but, the  best.. Coppley, Noyes & Randall's Famous  Clothing for men and boys. SHOES���������Ladies'  Gents' and Children's shoes are offered at tins  Great Reduction.  Baths,  A Lavatories,  } Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies  J. N. McLEOD  m ttt-  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR ������DMUNO WALKER, C.V.O., LL.O., O.C.L, President   ^ALEXANDER l^lRDrGENERAVMANAQER        ~""  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000   107  ......156  ELECTION RESULTS  .. The following is the result of  Thursday's civic elections:���������   .  For Mayor  i .   lit* JjlltO ...a   J, N. McLeod   Majority for McLeod 49  For Alderman  lsauKs������......... >������������������>...... in  Beveridge............,....., 155  Campbell ,*������������������������������������'.  ..171  Cessford,.... ...*,*....... 120  VVUO #������������������������������������*������*���������   ���������������������������*���������#   aaaata***   X*xU  Horual........ ......... .,138  Maxwell...............'..... 138  1X610 .... ..*������*��������� *.i*. .......   Xv4:  Stevenson    40  Stoddart    102  Beveridge, Campbell, Cessford,  Goo, Horual and Maxwell elected.  School Trustee  Acton   80  Bieklo..  01  Carey. 156  MeFaydon,,  136  Smith 133  Walker     1)7  Carey, MeFaydon  and   Smith  elected.  Bcckwith dofoatod Morloy iu  tho Victoria mayoralty contest by  40 votes, and iu the Vnncouvor  contest, Findlay defeated Taylor  by about 1500.  Air-?. Simms will givo lessons  on tho piano at hor house in Jor-  uanloin, formerly owned by Mr.  Jumps   Rtf������wn.i't.     on   nnd   nfW  Mnri'h ith���������until 'then iu  Cnmp  us usual.  A vory interesting communication from 'x'JiW will appoar iip  Charlie Scavardo who was shot our noxt issuo if possible-Good  I   a*a    f *.\a* at*. a_r_ _+*_    m ___������;*_____ I    _*_m_ _*\mm*    _* .-.-. I _  _.   ..  dope,  Robort Griovo is seriously ill at  tho hospital.'  There will ho a grand Burn*  Celehraton iu tho Opera House,  Coilrlonny, on tlie 25th inst. It  promises to l������c a big event, n*  cxtohftivu prt pmntinntt hiu being  mndo,  Y.M.R.C GATHERING  The above club held tlieir opon  ing meeting at the Me'hodist  Churcli on Friday evening last,  and ihdnlged in a number of  games suitable for bruin and inus-  oular development. These were  displaced by a innsioal program,  which consittted of the following  n um hers: Solo, Mr Jacob iroung;  solo, Mr Huckerby: speech. Rev.  B. 0.;Freeman; duet-Messrs Bert  Aston and II. ilnckerby; guitar  duet, Messrs Dr Gillespie and IL  Williams; speech, A. B. Boyer, on  ���������'Is Leap Year Beneficial to the  Average Young Man?" Song, Mr  Thomas Eceloston; speeches by  Messrs H Howsoand Adam Jack.  Uert Asfon was called upon to  speak to the question. "Resolved,  that a man Bhould have more thnn  one wife." Bort, scratched tho  back of his hoad and considered a  few moments, and finally gave np  in despair, saying that ho would  Hither sing, Mr H Huckorhy  brought tho program to a close  with"Oru Pro Nobis," which wns  appreciated by all, Tho company  regrottod tho nbsonco of one, item,  and decided to find same at the  Cumberland Cafe, at which place  thoy sure did to (lie satisfaction of  all.   A few remarks by the pro .   :.      REST,-   $8,000,000  THEJSAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  ofTJie Canadian Bank of-Commerce will receive, deposits "oF Si r<i>d  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. Tliere i.s no  delay in withdrawing the whole or' any portion of the deposit. ' Small  deposits are welcomed. A23/_  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to he  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of the nioney  after death, and1 is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, or for others^depending upon him, in the ������vent of his death,  CUMBEKLAND BRANCH;.. .*...... 1............ W. T.  WHITE,  Mcna  Bideii't-and the singing ofv*Anld  Lang Syne", brought tho oven  iiigs enjoy .ment to a close", The  club issues an invitation to all  young men desiring to join their  ranks. Mights of .meeting, Tuesdays Fridays and Saturdays  A man'by the name of Donald Smith was found hanging to  the pickets of a fence by his  sweater, dead, at   Union Bay on  Monday night. It is supposed thnt  iu leaning against the fence he  clipped, and his sweater catching iu the fence strangled him.  Thoro was littlo if any difleroneo  in tho numbor of votes polled in  civic elections of 1011 and 11)12.  If any difference 1011 has it.   ���������4 ���������  Don't miss the grand concert  in the Cumberland Hall on Sunday night. It prom iscs lo eclipse  all previous efforts of the Choral  Socieiely,  BENEFIT CONCERT  i i*i  The Choral Union will give a.���������.  coucert oil Sunday everting, Jan.  2 ist, at'8.-i*5,* i������ the Cumberland  Hall, ior the benefit of a Y.M.C.  A. fund, {aome of the very best  talent in the district has been  secured by Mr, Lewis for ibis  concert and a number of artistes  will appear before the Cumberland public for the first time.  The Choral Union will givethr^e  or four selections, and among  them a very ambitious effort,  "The Rising of the Clans," fiom  '���������La Donna del Lugo," by Ros^.  sini, Mr J.H. McMcMillan will  give a couple of his superb violin  selections.  Among the performers will be  Miss Reynolds, Miss Henderson,  Messrs. Hunt, Pearson, Baird  and Thos. Varlcy.  The members of the band will  also assist, This will be one of  the best programmes rendered  in this city, aud those wishing to  attend will do well to come early  in order to secure a scat. Acol-  lectiou will be taken up for the  Y.M.C.A. Fund.  A  P  HEAVY   SHOES  LARGE SHIPMENT of the popular AMHERST Heavy Shoes  just arrived,     These shoes are noted for their tough solid  leather out and insoles, with choice upper stock aud wax-sewed scams.  Men's Kip Miners' Bluchers,  $3.00 to $3.50  Men's Chrome Kip Rawhide Blueher, to in       $5.50  Men's Black Moose Blueher, io iu       $5.00  Men's Red Moose Blueher, 6 In. to io in..'  $4,50 to $6.00  Have you tried  our  new Waterproof   IV-'e   OLINIC  -uu   excellent   Leather   Preservative.     Ber tin, 15c  A consignment of heavy Woollen aud German -Hocks just iu.  CAMPBELL  BROS. ,.*,-',      ������    \m  .**.+*.���������!, wstv***.'*-   I-  THE XEWS, 'CUMBERLAND. B. C.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>���������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$������������������*  omancc of Arizona  ty  t  $' Novelised I'rpncEdmund  j D*y's  Melodrama  >  im  | By   JOHN   MURRAY   and  | MILLS MILLER.  t-   !' ~     : _  ���������  Copyright, 1908,. by CJ.   W,  Dilllne-   * *  % ������ -     ham Co. j,  *e-**^c**-c*.C'**? ���������>" '^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������o  (Continued.)  CltAPTKU XVI.  HUN .lack closed tho door behind him to follow uud ilnd  Dick l.iiuo and bring Uim  back lo tho woman who, the  restorer believed, loved Uim, Echo I'tiy-  nn. realized the supremacy over her  bow!���������tier pure ideals, her lofty sense  at justice���������of Us tenement, the woman's  body, 'J'ho moral side of her desire toward Jack now became lixed In tho  ���������purpose to lift him up to her own level.  Now ihat he hnd gone, from lier on  n missiou thiit wus fulllliing this very  purpose of regeneration, although she  had not .sent hlui upon It for his sake,  but her own,, He ho knew that, after all.  she was a woman, She loved Jnck  l'ayson with the unreasoning und iin-  rc"trained* passion lliat sways even tho  highest of her sex. ��������� ''.���������.*,*  r.\f. very soiis-ibly look refuge from  tier perplexing problems by jumping  Into (lie active life of llio ranch.    -  Faithfully she tried to perforin till  that she . lliouy'it ..Jack would hnvo  done. Her fat ?r aiid inotlier wanted  her to come back to her old home until  lie rein. lied. There sho would have  more company anil fewer memories of  Jack ���������surrounding her, ��������� 0 Each offer,  each suggestion, was kindly but (Irmly  put aside. When'. Jaelc returned she  must be the tlrst to welcome him.  He lib and her father, who waa looking after his own cattle on tlio roundup, rede up to the chuck ���������wagon nfter  Parenthesis and Sagebrush crossed the  valley to mete' out justice to Peruna  and fight out any attempts at-a rescue.  Dismounting, lOcho walked wearily  to the lire and sat down on a box.  r.ravely though she tried to conceal it,  tho strain was beginning to toll .upon  her. The tears would come at times  despite her efforts 'lo*-fight them oft.  The burden was. so heavy for her  young shoulders to bear. "  A note from Slim, written nt Fort  ���������-Gmnt^Y:ith-aJc;ul-i^  Poor initio had Ihvu Show Low's  bunkie on many a long drive, Thut  veteran now paid this last tribute to  his friend. "Hlllie, who ain't never  done no harm lo no one."  "lie reached for his gun''��������� began Peruna, 'Sagebrush would not let lilm  finish*h!s lame defense.  "You shot up!" he cried. "We don't  want your kind on (his range, an' Hie  quicker that's published (he quicker  we'll get shet of you. We're goin' to  take (ho law lu our own hands now.  Como on, boys!"  Two of the boys seized Peruna, dragging lilm toward his horse. Kcho halted them, however, wiih the tiuery,  "What are you going to du with this  mnn'/"  "Take him down (o (he creek nn'  hung lilm to tliat big ot ton wood!"  etied Show Low savagely.  before licho could answer l'eruua  demanded a hearing. "Hoi' on a minute. J got soniclhiu' (o say about  tlmt!" ,  "Ouywilh ll," growled Sagebrush,  "Las' time there, was au affair at thut  cottunwood tlie rope broke, an' the  boss thief dropped Into tho creek,  swum acrost an' got away."  Sagebrush glared grimly nl Peruna.  "Well, we'll sec tbat the rope don't  br-i'nk witli you."  In ftll seriousness Peruna replied: "1  hope so.   1 can't swim."  Polly, glancing down tlie valley, -saw  Unci; McKee, with a half dozen of his  out 111, riding furiously to the rescue of  Peruna.  "Look out, boys; here comes Buck  McKee now!" she shouted.  Unconsciously tho ino-n laid their  hands ou tlieir .guns and assumed offensive attitudes.  Allen cried sharply: "Keep your  hands off your guns, boys. One bad  break means iho starting of a lot ol  (rouble."  Buck nnd his band threw themselves  off (heir horses, ranging themselves  opposite Sagebrus-ii and tlie Sweetwater boys.  Swaggering "up - to Sagebrush, the  half breed Insolently demanded,  "Who's the boss uv this here l'ayson  .outfit?"  "I reckon you nre talkin' to him  now," coolly replied the foreman.  *. "You've got one uv my boys over  here," bellowed Ruck, adding with the  implied threat, "an* we've come for  him."  Sagebrush was not bluffed by Ruck's  Insolence or his swaggering-manners;  "I reckon you can't have hini���������not just  ������������������yet." .  "What's he been doin'V" demanded  Ruck. ���������  "He killed Billie Nicker-lbat's one  thing." '    ,  manila paper, told her hriotly tliat" ho;  was going Into the lavn- beds with the  troops, as tlie Apaches, were out. Dick  and Jack, he wrote, were somewhere ,  In the lava beds and lie would bring  them back with lii.'i). She dared not  let herself think of tlio Apaches and  the horrors of their cruelties.  "Better let mo get you somethhi' to,  eat," said her father, returning from'  picketing tlie horses.  Echo smiled wanly at lier father's  solicitude.   "1 am not hungry, dad,"  ���������linr sen led himself'by (lie (ire. Ho  recognized Ids helplessness Jn thlslrou-  I'lo. '  "Yon been ln (he saddle since sun-  ,dp," he said.   "You ain't had nutliln'  to  eat.  since breakfast.    I  dou't see  what keeps you alive."  "Mope, dud, hope, It Is what, we  women livo upon. My heart isn't* hen;.  It's out in tho desert behind yon inoun-  tains-wllh Jack."  "There, there; don't take on so,  honey."  Kneeling beside her ful her, she laid  lier head on his lap, as she did In  childhood when overwhelmed \\ lib,the  lillle troubles of lliu hour. Looking  Into his eyes, sho sighed; "Oh, dad.  It's all so tangled, 1 haven't kuown  ������ peaceful moment slueu he went  nwiiy, I've sent hi in away Inlo Uod  knows what unfriendly lands, perhaps  never to return, never to know how  much I loved lilm,"  Palling her head nn If she were n  tired child, he said: "It'll all come out  right in the end. n You can't never tell  from the sialy card what's lu buck al  Hie bolloin of the dock,"  Further confidences between father  nnd daughter were Interrupted by the  boyN nf (ho round-up dashing up to the  wagon, wllh l'orunn in (he midst of  the group, Poriinn Imd been disarmed  Dragging (lie prisoner from his broil-  r.'ho, tliey led lilm before Allen, who  Iind risen from Ids seal.  "Whnt'ii all thin, boys?" asked the  lrjinehiniin.  HugobruHh, as foreman, explained,  "This lirre'n Peruna of tlio T.ir/.y K  emtlU."  Allen looked ul Uie prisoner, whn  nialiiliiined a sullen silence. "What's  he been doln'V"  "Mostly everything, but Fresno  caught, hlrn red handed brnndln'orieof  our yeiirlin'H," cried -Sagebrush.  "It'u a lie!" broke In Pcrunn, glancing doggedly from ono to another of  Iii,. guuiUt*. lie Mien (lead) u.i,> iul  J.(.-i;.';.'lj' ,*f Ujc H'liu, <��������� f wJilcb be >",f-���������\  licensed, lie fell that a stout denial  would gain hlui lime and that Buck  nnd Ids outfit might come up and snve  lilm,  "1-ViMli' yonv erinvM'-JMllf.n In the nt'et-'.  mice of a lady!" cried PareiitUesh;. imd.  ding toward Feh'i,  "Thut enlf wan fnllerin' my cow,"  answered Peiunii millonly.  "Il wus follerln' one of our long  homed Texas cows with the Sweetwater brand rpread all over her!" ;:!n*Wi*d  Hhow r.nw, moving menacingly toward  the cow-ring Peruna.  "Fresno he mils h!iu,"eonlliiut..d Sagebrush, taking up the story, "an' ihls  here bad nnui turns loosi; hbi battery  nn' wings Fresno some bad. Then 111-  tie RMIIe Nicker eoic-s .'drug, nn' ft*-  "Self defense," loftily replied Buck."  "He wuz 'lendln' to his own business  when yer two men come up an' begin pickin' on him."  Bursting with anger. Parenthesis  strode up to Buck and shouted, "He  an" *:o'i <>.:* i\*.T !/������'" hini!"  Sagebrush reached for his gun, but  Kcho restrained him.  "You"- lie cried. *  Buck turned angrily on Teruna,  "You keep yer mouth shet!" he shouted.  Peruna subsided at his boss' command, mumbling, "There ain't no female can pull the .foreloelj ovor my  eyes."  "Take euro:" wnruiugly called Buck.  Peruna tired up again regardless of  consequences. "Why, I seo through  her game! She's glad to get rid of him  so'h she can play up to her ranch boss,  Handsome Charley there."  Buck had (o act instantly fo preserve his supremacy over his men.  Before any of tlie Sweetwater outfit  could reueli Peruna's side or pull ix gun  to resent tho insult Buck wns on top of  him. With a blow full in the mouth ho  knocked him sprawling. Kcho had  seized Sagebrush's hand, preventing  lilm from firing.- The other men moved  as If to kick Peruna as he lay prostrate.  "Let him alone. He's goin' to ask the  lady's pardon!" snarled Buck, eoverlug  hint with a gun.  ".\o, I'll be"- he began.  Buck bent over hlrn", speaking in- a  low lone, tensely aud quickly. "Quick!  r don't want to have to'kill you. Dou't  you see what Pm plriyiii' fer?"  "Ilo ain't nt to live!" shouted Show  Low.  Buck turned oil lhe cowboy. It was  ids fight, and ho was going lo handle  It in his own fashion.  "Lemmo handle this case," he interrupted, "There hain't no mun can travel in iny outfit an' Insulin, woman. You  ask her pardon-  right smart."  Peruna struggled to his feet.  Buck commanded:  "Down on yer  knees."  A glance at  Buck showed Peruna how deadly  iu earnest ho  was. Reluctantly he sank to his  knees.  "I didn't mean  what I said. I  hope yon will excuse me," ho  whined.    -  "That's*, euough.  Now git up. Pull  yer freight,"  Buck ordered.  "No!"   interposed Sagebrush.  The  cowboys  _eiiivn/l_pijr!!mn   Buck saw tlmt *&&������  his bluff at boss- "I did n't mean what I  iug the situation *������M."  was called. lie turned appealingly to  Kcho and rapidly fabricated a moving  (ale about Peruna's heroic rescue of  himself from drowning in the Cilia river. "An' I swore I would do as much  fer him some day. Now I perpose that  we all glvo lilm a kick an' let him go���������  let him havo two hours' start, after  which iho gume laws v.ill be ouf. on  Jto nr. roNTiNUKn.T  GOLDS  BREED  CATARRH  1        * /  ���������  '      ' ���������     -���������������������������������������������       ,������  "i  Her Terrible Experience Shows  How Peruna Should Be in Every  I    Home to Prevent Colds.  '     Mrs. C. S.  Suro rser,  i lllll Wood-  i land Ave.,  : K a n s as  I city, Mo.,  I writes:  ; "I feel it  , rt. duly to  iyou and to  , others   that  Vtuy be af-  | lllcted llko  I myself, to  j speak-f o r  I Peruna.  "My trou-  b 1 e fl -r s t  came   after  la  ex 1 p p o  c i k h t or  nine    years  ago, n Kiith-  erliifi in my  head   a n A  neuralgia.  I  su If e r c A  most nil tlie  t 1 m e. My  nose,     ears  and  e ���������/ e s  wore   badly  affected  for  the last two yrars.   I think from your  description of In tern til" catarrh Hiatal  must  leive had that also.    I suffered  very severely,  "Nothing ever relieved uie llko Peruna. It keeps me from taking cold.  "With   the  exception   of some deafness 1 inn iceling pcifectly cured.    I  am forty-six years old.  "I feel that words are inadequate to  express my praise for Peruna."  RED TAPE IN GERMANY _,     ,     ,     , ���������    . . .  . | ' The Luck of_Having a Job.  A Railway Ticket, A Controversy and !. Joseph's good-" luck was in having an  a Delayed Train.      "    '       'opportunity of demonstrating his lit-  In au account of the Duchy of Teck 1 "ess for doing large things by falth-  and its inhabitants by the Uev. S. Ilnr-', fulness to small things. ' lie had the  Mrs. C. S. Sagerser.  REVSAMUELW.PlIRmB.D.  TflE GOD OF THE LUCKY.  Test,' "Tho Lord was with Joseph, iind  liQ.Wns a lucky fellow" (Tyndalo's translation).���������Genosta xxxlx, 1.  Ills name was Joseph, lie rose from  the slave pen to-tho throne. Tho Bible  says he was "a lucky fellow." As tho  olher slaves saw him rlso ,lhcy said.  "Whnt, n lucky fellow!" Of courso ho  (oiled whllo other slaves slept. Uo  looked after Potiphar's affairs, whllo  the olher slaves > looked after- themselves. Ho busied himself bettering  the prison, while others busied themselves trying to break out. There aro  plus and mluus peoplo. Joseph was  plus, (Still God nnd mnn snid Joseph  was "n lucky fellow."  Oho ought to dcliue"hick." "That  which (jhuiicea to u persou for go6d or  ill." B\\t whon you sny "chance" you  confess Ignorance,  coin' Is governed;  thumb and brain that flip It, - If you  could calculate the mental and physl-  Jen I forces betwee.ii the coin's leap and  return you could buy (ho world. Dut  you can't. And It's just that bit of  Ignorance wo call "chailce." If a boy  hated to saw wood, and of lhe load of  pine, hickory and'beech most of the  ! pine fell to his brother's side, rud the  ' hard, knotty wood fell to \Am, 'ho  would say he had bad luck. Neverthe  I loss there would bo a cause for tlio  j wood so falling. JI", however, the  ! boy's father had so stacked .the wood  1 that the pine fell lo-ione and the  ] hickory to another, because ouo was  i better fitted for his lot than the other,  i tho word "chanet)'' would have no  ! place there. If one sawed wood whllo  I tho olher taught his dog to balance a  , chip of wood on his nose there might  1 be still another "reason.  Tlie very flip of tho  by  nerve,- muscle,  Send fov Iree sample, to l)ept.N.U.,Na-  tional Drug & Chemical Co,, ToiouUv.  Well, Well!  f^THISIsa HOME DYE  ihat ANYONE  can use  I dyed ALL these  -y~-:> DIFFERENT KINDS  ^������������������"      of Goods  - with the SAME D������e.  I used  OTOLA  onedye���������ailkinds������f������H  CLEAN and SIMPLE4o Use.  NOrlnncuofuslnEllip WRONCil fnr dip Good*  out lion to color. All i-oloru f.-n.n . t DruwiUt or  Dealer. 1 RKI*. Color Curd nml _;,:!.{ IlooklctlO.  Thr Johnmu;Rltlnril������cm (io., Unnuil, Montreal,  ling;-Gould, an amusing experience is  thus described by the author:  "We are wont, we Englishmen, io  I grumble.at red tapism, but, with us il  (does not go beyond the government,    ...     , ,,.  ! offices.   In Germany it is everywhere.! *,t,1,out opposition  , I had au instance of it between Ober, intrigues and  high otticials,  Lenningtou and Owen.   1 Iind ask'ed | vied him and tried to l>nlfe  hick of being a servant.    That was  his chance.   Every- fclloty who has a  job has'a chance.  .Don't think for a  moment that things went smooth and  ' There -wero court  who en-  him on  lhe   mo-  Well, to  ��������� lie  was  Ble^W^is~trie~"ma"tr  doesn'l sour.   If our  \it the former place I'or a third classy the' sly'.   'Let's   admit   for  ticket to Owen and had stepped into [meut  that  there's  "luck."J  a ihlrd class    carriage.     On    these i josepb   it  "broko-wrong."  -branch-lines-nearly-overyono tmvels-1 sold^a~~slavo"  fourth.    I counted    twelve    compart-i ���������.,���������,��������� 1���������,tV���������.'   moms  fourth,  nine  third  and  three I f'1"1" ^fortune .     ,  second. There was no first class com- iil] l������?u ,uakcs ������3 s������������r- ���������*"0 "goners."  lmrluiout. Hpfore reaching the next] If we'are bravo and smile things start  station���������in fuel one mile from Obev to "come our way." Sortie men are  Lenningtou ��������� the inspector came' cradled on feathers) some on rocks,  round. ' minynn in Bedford Jail-was better oft  "Hah, yon havo a_ fourth class tick- lhnn t)u) k,ng of RllB|nmi..   ,]Qhll Ul0  and are in a llurd class compart-, ^^ ,n \]{mcon nt Mnchncrus ens-  "ll'/io's Hicham uv Ihiu Iim I'ttyson owl-  Ht"  was brandln' ouo "of our yearllii'Hj  that's what his IiuhItiohh was."  SiigebruHh siiggestcd In nddllhm,  "lVrhnpH yon mean thnt brand In' other  folks' entile Is the reg'lnr business of  the Lazy K oulfU."  "Anything with htdo nn' no murk In  Lazy K to you nil," growled Show  Low.  "You're goln' strong on reglnr pro-  eewlln's, 1 ������eo," wild Htielc lo Hngo-  ijniHb. "You ain't idierlfi' rtT this hero  county, are yfixi't"  "Tlmt'H jest it, Komehndy'H got to  net sooner or hi lor, an' If there ain't  nn reg'lnr law we'll go buck to llio old  times nn' mnko <>tir own."  The    .Sweetwater    outllt    nsuentod  iM-Htilioninily   1,y   W'l������r(>l������riV'h'.*������   (loelnvn-  lion of freedom from outlaw rule lu  lhe county.  "You're a line lot to sot up as law  libidkr <-!t!������'.em>," sneered JUuk.   .  "WorUln' fer a man thai had (o hop  lhe country to keep c-le.'ir of iho rope,"  i.ni.ijn h.*o I'eioii,], \,i((., iie.i'ilei.Kd njt  by the iidvenl. of MeKee; began pour.  Ing oil on a smoldering llro. ,  HngebriiHli luined Miivagely upon hlui.  "ThaI'll do fer you."  Mi-bo walked hasllly In Sugebrnnh'H  bide. She felt her pivneiii-e might help  lo avoid the outbreak which >i|ie h;iw  could not long be avoided.  IVrutiri hnd lo*--t eontri.l .if lonpue  tiiul ilixerotlou by thin lime.  "You'll iieier tee him Imcl: jn <hly  . "i-tiun ;ii:lu. Ymi nil know where lie  ',* Vnw������ (he Hue In ������dd Mesleo. Why,  i������hes   1.xJu'   tit   CUiil.C  U   el.'.'ili lip  UOW  Reciprocity,  If v/c eouirl live on tlilrly cents  A week, ns pen-ons do  Who eom������ to us from foreign pait������  And slay r yenr or two,  Wa soon could ho ns rich as thoy  And of tlio landlord free  If wo'worked on nnd didn't upend,  Hut whero would buslnoss be','  Thin Is a world of give nnd take  And not of calm repose,  ,, If.no-oho bouirht a ppoo.l of thread.  Tlio mills would lmve lo close.  If* HvliiK wno on Oread and cheea*       '  And oilier things ub cheap  Tlie mnn who mnclu the luxuries  Could pi.it tholr works to fllecp,  In theory It. I.s very lino  To loud Uio simple life,  But ono may eomo In contact'Willi  Tlie notions oC Iiiii wifo. ',  Sho will not wear llio phmo old hat  . Korovor and. a day,  And If hor cleitlieii uro not In etyl* ..  There'a several IIiIiiiib ta pny.  The genllemnii of 'forolgn birth  Who ban tluit uort of hHIII   ,      , *���������  May r.uvo nut nlnoiy cciUh or more  From every dollar hill,  Hut Im Ih few In riiillo a crowd.  If every ono would drop .**������������������.  Ills spendliiBB, to hln Imrest needs  We'd liavo to phut up Kliop,  Dlaenohnntmenl.  "Do you believe In lovo nt first  sight V"  "Yes,"  "You Ihink Micro Is something In It,  do you''"  "Sure, It In llm only tlmo Hint I  ever nm hi lovo, Tho noxt lime I seo  her It's nil off." .-..���������:������������������  Gled.  "I Jusl hale Hrown," ;  "Whut are you going lo hlswcddlni?  for tlienV"  "'('huso I waul to gloal."  "dlimtV"  "Ye.i.   1 know Iho girl Iio'h Jiinrry*.  Iiib.   Her Flrtt Qiisi-  tion.  "I wonder.what  u woman sayu  when hIiu gels tu  heaven V*  "I hiionhl not  think any ono,  ii c e d w o n d iri*  iilxmt thai."  "WhyV"  "HeeiniHo a u y  one might know  tlmi after .-inking  Ht. Peter If her  liul I-i on Hit'al.'lit  xho \von!i| n'.li if  lhe place |h ������te;m������  li(jii������U.''  c  I'liicnl!    The flno is <5 marks.' '  |    "1 explained and offered at once lo  1 pass Into an inferior carriage o.' pay  the difference.  j "That will nol do. Yon have In-  1 fringed tho law and must pay six  I marks.'  | "1 got oul al Owen and will explain  .matters to tho station master.  He was In belter "luck" 'tlmu Herod  on the throne, though the former-was  beheaded. Franklin tunnelling .-'lite  penny roll on the streets of Philadelphia looking for a job. .George \V.-  Chllds wheeling his burrow when tho  other boys had gone- home, 'th'o 'New  I York   judgo ' who   rammed    paving  "f did no. i  '"The fine is tl marks,' said this ' 8toDe8 ������" t'1" street to get money lo  latter peremptorily. lbnke n start aro instances of hard  ,"Hul," mild. I, "I demanded a thiid "luck." . When,some oflleiul pushed n  class ticket, and was given ono for! stumbling block In .Joseph's wny ho  which 1 did not, ask, This was nn I stopped up on It. A postal cleric in  oversight ol tho clerk,' ������������������ ...   Washington got "bounced," Had saved  "'You should have examined your1 h      h  ticket.'  "Tho train' waR delayed ..five,* mln-  utos while the matter was being  threshed out on llio platform, tho  travellers criuinlng (heir nocks out of  the windows of tlieir respective carriages, loo'king on and listening with-  lively Interest, *- At. last, relnoliuitly^he  station master yielded, I must 'pny  tho dlfforoneo, '     '       >'  '"What Is it?'  '"Ouo lien n y.'"  The Stickleback,Legend  TlVo stleklebiielc' Is oil6 of- lhe spe-  oIoh of tlsh that Uiiill nests. Thero Is  a logond that a slloklobaelc huildti a  nest beeaiVHO during ilio delugo.lt pulled tlio town oul. of the bilge Hole of  tho ark and If it had hot been for the,  hedgehog, who plugged up the leak  with* hit) own body, Nonh and his sons  would ���������nave had au exciting. 1 imo baling out (heir boat. Wlieii Nonli found  out who had done the deodhe ordered  an a -puulHliinunt that (l.o culprit  should bo compelled each, year lo  build a noHt,*.while other fishes would  lmvo an easy timo of II, .   ,  !������'  $100. worked his way to Japan, started (hero a postal system nm! got-$11.-  000 b yenr.' , ;  A Bible Cinderella? ..  No; no inaglc or niiraclo about It.  "He. had a 'piill,'/'" Yes, In n sense.  He look hia ,111 luek-I, e., Jils brother's  envy,'father's foolishness,* boyish vuh-  Ity; lovoof nioiie^, a wouiiin's lust, ly'  lng lips, tin uiignitof'nr'bii'tjftf's forget;  fulness,, u despot's caprice, troubled  dreams and Ignorant magician's, si rung '  Ihom togothor Inloji ropo lo "pull"  himself to'tho tlironb next lo Pharaoh,  'file waa fnltliful," the book says. In  Ihls- shoddy, ngo, shoddy elothos,' shoddy Ideas, shoddy morals, "faithful"  needs empbaslxlng. Ilo hnd a clear  record. Kcmember ,7ohn II. tJongh'n  |Inst 'words-"Young.mnn, keep your  | record clenr." No skeleton lu' his soul's  1 elosot; no Bftwpio'N -ghost; no Belnlin-r."  cur's fenr of Rhiidows;,uo Mncboth cry-'  I lng "Out, dnmned spoi."  And In' pros-  jperlly?   Adversity develops chnrncter?  I prosperity dotunnds It.   Weight of prls-  | on .may-he lighter Hum weight of i>ow  er.   I,ylbwci's thut bloom under nnow  wither under mm.   From slave pen lo  Now Hurprlfio thorn : tlirono was but n ulght; prison rng������  'to palace rohp, fottor of Iron .to chain  1 ef gold, lied of straw to couch of (town  -nil In n dnyV No; It took n lifetime.  . The Emnce of Luck.  The great word In Joseph's vocabulary was not "liH!l(."-but >'Uod." No  nceldcnt lo lilm' that "The Lord waa  wllh Joseph," Jofteph was wllh the  Lord, God's hnnd wni* on the-liolm of  hln life.   Ilo acknowledged Uod, hr did  fiitil'nli) I'lillln oil i\in ifiv.fr i\f th������ 'Van.  inn nfior linttln of Ranlliiiro. llko Clrniit  jdeelliiliiB royal reception In Kuropo on  J Sunday, 1^6 Victoria tenins Indian.  I princes fieeiot of hor emiilro'n power  J wuh iho Hiblo.   .lospph found Ood'n  i will nnd went Ihat way.   Ilo looked at  hlii dillU'iiliioN through Uod, not at God  through his dllllenUlofi:   "Conunll thy  wny iinio the Lord; trust nlso In lilm  rind he fdmll lulrtg l| lo \)tinn,". wnu th*  flr������t nrllele lu Ills creed, section ono In  his constitution.   Uh disappointments  uere flod',-* ii|ipo|niineiils,  Ho raw flod  In kIuvo pen, prNon, teiiiptiillon, before Pli.imoli.   "Tliein tlmt honor me  I will honor." , ,lo;eph waw true to (Jod,  Uod ������o .Joseph,   The secret ftf hl������ ruc������  :-<:ri wsn Cod.  Gel Unit, friend?  "Thi  Lord wit* with Joseph, and lit vu r  lucky fellow."   Uia wm tha.tlU ci  Ui* lueUf.  Friendly Advice  "We mirprlHod ������U our frimnli  gelling married.''  "Good enough,  by' staying, married."  "1,'ve often innrvolled nfc, yntir brll-  llnnciy,-your iijiUwhh nl. roimrleo your  ���������,", "]t it'u. more'iimn flvo bob.  old mail, 1 can't do n thing for you.  I'm nearly broke myself,"  We bnve enough theology lo lusl  tl|ythq inlllenluui.-ronmi'kod one of  the speakers ill tlutticumonicul Molh-  otllst Coul'orenee,   Tnw wordu, Slora  ,. i   ,-  .. * ,   ii -.  oi ilie uuiii.i, itiilv in tin   ui jiu^iiiu.t...  Comedy in War  Into the tragedy of war are Inserted  now mid then bits of comedy and  kindliness. ��������� " -'  During the Zulu war in South .Africa  an overwheleming force   of   natives  was opposed lo a,lillle hand of English  sailors.   From the Zulu host stepped  forth a warrior laden, with an ancient  firearm, which he calmly mounted on.,  a tripod in the open while tlie sailors,'  looked on, admiring his pluck,    but" .  wondering much what he proposed to  do.   At last ono'jovial f\\x suggested   .  ,  that tlieir photographs-were<abo'ut to  be taken, and by 091.11111011.consent no  shots were fired.- ���������'  IIa\iug loaded,'Kyi, piece witJi great  deliberation, the Zulu primed It, slght-  cd_it^and.Jeani'nfe;hahljtboiUtsJJi^a'Ch-_T-���������-  he fired. The recoil knocked him."  head over, hecl������j backward, whilo a  great -roar Wen-5 ji������ .froin' lhe, delighted  soldiers, lie sat 'up, looking dazed,  and thon. tho amusement over, lie with  his countrymen charged, nnd.werc'un-  nlhilated by tl'Volley from tlio steadily  aimed pieces of the little Imnd of blue-  During*ono of tha many battles  v,-aged by Ilie New Zealand ^laorls  against the'nrjtiah'settlers, the latter  ran .nut "'of -a-mtnmdtloii. '-At tho'moment, when death seemed Imminent,  -a flag- of' truce appeared from*-tho enemy's trenches, and messengers camo  forward wllh. a -supply' of cartridges ..'  to enable Iho'white men to continue  flKlilIpK. I  Her Act.  "Well, have you -henrd Ihe hows': '  asked' a  friend  brightly.   ''M.v .wife ���������  and 'I are'going oirtho vaudovlllrt;'  cliige.   A clever friend Iiiih wnl.tiin wn  act for 11s hnd we tiro.going, to. put Ir    ;  oh next-week." ,   ������������������;'���������'��������� ;.���������.*���������- ,  ��������� T,"Good work old man," wo oxlalmed  cnlhuslttstictiify.'" "What in It���������a Hong  and dance aot,or a BoelotyvHUotch?','    .  "Nolthor*���������it is a monologiio." .  :,. "A Dionologud.   l.:.lhouglit'you and ,  vou'v wlfo-were both in tlio act,"  '.- i'Wo ln'o.    Hut���������-do you know my  wife?"./-   ,     .,, ������������������'' ;.,* * ;������������������  Willis.-���������Do*, you IhlnH a mai), should  he allowed to hold tho hHdioat liquor,  in the ..'United* States for moro tliiln,,  four years?  ���������DilllH.���������Sure- thing! I()Hfiy. if a mnn  cau lop the league In batting i'or ten  6r i'iflcnn"years, lot. lilm* Mny In tho  giivmv for llio good of the aport.  ' ���������firoeor.���������nid that: wntoi'inolon I sold v  you do for Iho whplo family?  CiiHtonier."���������Very nearly, The doc  tor In enlllns >'������L '  THERE IS  absolutely  no Word to (express  : th6efficacy of  IIOsIIBKt  'mmffi  mnitsm  .,,'  *.,.irt**.r;,������OI M', ,.  Wf/iiwl I Mfi^VJ ���������! p>1  CATARRH, GRIPPE  ,-:-v    '-*;r*/l /'.     '''".". '  *f'i^^yi^'ft*^M'^W"7'P"'" "  m  I  wmtmmm*mm^atim������mmm*am  .- ��������� ���������" -y*|-  W. H, U. No, 872. ���f ^wm
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Mrs. Nuwed.���-Then go out in the
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Colored Teeth
Pearly teeth are not tho fashion
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every shade of color.from whlto to
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Ihirnia, whore the natives chow the
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For Persia, the teeth must bo absolutely milk-white. Keeently an order was
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some. bright red, and bluo artificial
teeth. Smokers' tooth aro regularly
supplied to dentists 1n shades to match
those which havo been destroyed by
The Doctor's Fee   .
There camo a lel-up in the rush of
patients, and the doctor opened two
sma   envelopes lying on his desk.
�����,. s ?M J',Bh,�� h0 8aitl- "I wasn't
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Ihey contain tho foes left bv two Englishmen who called close on each others heels. English etiquette Is rather
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��� In Burma marrlago is civil,
llglous and is regarded as a
partnership which, if not hnppy, may
bo dissolved at any time. After marriage tliere is no outward symbol liko
a wedding ring on the Burmese woman. Sho does not even adopt her
husband's family name, but retains
her own, The'husband has no right
over tho properly which his wlfo possesses beforo ��� marriage, nor of the
property which she might acquire after, marriage. ' The Burmese woman
can appear in law'courts to represent, her husband. Jn contractu with
a third person, she and her husband
sign tlieir namo together. Thoy can >
borrow money on joint security. Both
husband and wife can sign' deeds and
lend money. And when there Is no
longer any love between a married
.couple they can gel, a divorce quickly.
Minard's liniment cures garget in cow*
Penn Very Much a Londoner '
William Penn, (lie founder of Pennsylvania, was born at Tower Hill, on
OcfoTier li, Jlii-1, was christened in
All Hallows Church, becamo a 8ludeiit
of Lincoln's Inn, and then, joining
the Quakers, he abandoned tho law
and preached along with George Fox
In a meeting house of Lombard SI.
lie once occupied a -house in Norfolk St.', Strand, chosen on account of
its closeness to the river, which facilitated escape, from duns, and he was
imprisoned boih al.'Newgale and'the
Fleet. So Penn, was after all. very
much a Londoner.
Inexorable Fate.
An old maid on the wintry sido of
fifty, hearing of the marriage of a
pretty young lady, her friend, observed wiih a deep and sentimental sigh:
"Well. I suppose it is what wo must
all come to."
Shipwreck Tcday
"Captain, is there much danger?"
"Not a particle.   A lhovlng picture
outfit will soon be along and rescue
us after Ihey have taken a few films."
A six-year-old was sealed }n a barber's chair. "Well, my little inan, how
would you llko your hair cut*?" "Oh,
liko papa's, with a littlo round holo
at llio top."
Away with Depression and Melancholy.���These two evils uro (he accompaniment of 11 disordered stomach
and torpid llvor and mean wretchedness to all whom they visit. The
surest and speediest way to combat
them is with Parnielo's Vegetable
Pills, which will restore the healthful
action of the stomach and bring relief. They have proved their usefulness, in thousands of eases and will
continue to give relief to the suffering
who are uise enough to use them.
tratcd compounds of Norway Wlilte Pluo
extraot, rich in gnalncol nud other hen ling
pino elements. A 60-cenfc bottle makes 10
ounces���a family supply���of tho best cough
remedy tliat mousy can buy, at a saving of
$9. Simply mix vrlth" hoine-mado sugar
syrun or strained honey An n HJ-oz. bottle,
and It Is rtvidy- for uso. Easily prepared in
5 minutes���directions in'package.
Children liko Pinex Cough Syrup���-it
tastes good, and is a prompt, safe remedy
for old or young. Stimulates tho appetite
and is slightly .laxative'--both pood features. A liandy household medloino for
hoarseness, asthma, bronchitis, etc., and
unusually effective for iuclpleut luno
troubles. Used in more homes in tho U,
S. and Canada than any other cough
Pinex has often beon imitated, but never
successfully, for nothing elso will produce
tue saihe rosnltfl. Tho genuine Is" guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or money
refunded. Certificate of guarantee if
wrapped in each pneknge. Your druggist
has Pinex or will glndlv get it for you. If
��iDt, send to Tho Plnox Co., Toronto, Ont.
Mlnard's  Liniment  Cures  Distemper.
Subtlety may deceive you; integrity
novor win.���Cromwell.
Through indiscretion in eating
green fruit in summer many.children
become subject to cholera morbus
caused by irritating acids (hat act
violenlly on the lining of Iho intestines. Eaius .and - dangerous���purgings
ensue and- the delicate system of the
child suffers under the drain. In such
cases the safest and surest medicine
ls Dr. .T. 1). Kellogg's Dysentery Cor-1
dial. Ir will cheek tho Inflammation
and save iho child's life. ' ,
"Tliat follow is a positive joke."
"Relative of your wifo or holding a
better job than you?"
A Poor Weak Woman
As (die Is termed, will endure bravely and patiently
���Conies which a stronj* man would jive way under.
Tbe fact is women are more patient than they ought
to be under suoli troubles.
Kvery woman ought to know that she may obtain
the most experienced medical advice fret, of charge
and in absolute confidence and privacy by writing to
the World's Dispensary Medical Association, 11. V,
Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce
has been chief consulting physician of the Invalids'
Motel and iuirrfical Instituto, of Buffalo, N. Y., for
many years and has had a wider practical experience
in the treatment of women's diseases than any other physician in tint country,
His medicines are world-famous for their natonishini! efficacy.
The most perfeot remedy ever devioed for weak and dell'
cute womeu is Dr. Pierce's Favorite IVeucription.
The many and varied nymptomn of woman's peculiar ailments are fully set
forth in Plain Knglish in tho People's Medical Adviser (1008 pages), n newly
revised nnd up-to-date Edition, cloth-bound, wilt bo sent on receipt of 50 one*
cent stamps to pay cost of wrapping and mailing only,   Addrcos as abovo.
Sherlock Holmes
Tt is said that tho late Dr. Joseph !
Bell, of Edinburgh, was-modestly,
proud of lhe fact that he was (he or-V
iginai of Conau Doyle's '"Sherlocic,
Holmes." lie, ls described as walking,:
inlo his drawing room one winter 1
evening to find a group of women ab- !
sorbed in reading and discussins; 0 1
new book, . I
__With__li_is_JiabituaL_SDlriLof Jn i-.'U-y-j
"he asked what they were reading ae.il I
ihey told him thai It was the "Advon-
lures of Sherlock Tlolines," the story
of a most entrancing individual w torn
they only wished it wero possi:,lo-i<��
meet In veal life
"I kuow the inan," obscned tho doctor, quietly, hastening away bckn\V
t.hey hud timo to plv him with the
liuiny surprising (|uestioii3 that, naturally rose to their lips. Uotnrnln'j
shortly, from seeing liis patient, bt;
came buck for one brief minute to finish his stoiy and to iiht,ounco with
as-' much modesty' as iri)s;hl be, '.'J am
Sherlock Uo'mk-f."
Dr. Bell's methods arc lllusliale-.l
In an interview In his ci-bultlng 100111
wllh a bricklayer sufl-.T-'ig froin ������j..,.v
nl complaint. ''It noh.:B, does ii1'"
said tho sympathetic..doctor, " I have
no doulit t doeu, and carrying a heavy
hod of bricks won't Improve it any,
will It?"
Tho afflicted bricklayer, being .1
re!Icon'. Scot, kopt his. surprise lo
himself till the oud of tho interview,
when he asked isomewhat ennniiy. "I
am no -Sftylu' you're wrung, bul wlin!
leltye Twas a bricklayer to trade?"
It had novor occurred to the workman tlm I the man, presumably occupied wllh bin spine, could luive noticed tho rough, horny hands, Hint, to
Ilu1 practised eye, nl onco, rovealed
his trade,
Mrs. WiNsr.ow's SonwiNO Syiu-i- ims boen
iis-tri f.ir ov��r SIXTY VUAKS !>-.��� MILLIONS of
iMOTHHRri far lheir" CHILDUKN WlllLT?
'J'KUTHINi;, with I'KRl-'liCT SUCClvSS. It
is the best remedy for 1MARKIKKA. II is absolutely harmless.-. :Uc sure ami ask for "Mr.-..
Winslow's Soothing ,Synii>," nnil lake no other
kind.   Twenty-five cents a Uotlle.
WOl'O   dlHRIIH-nllllV  ll
A Cruet
���Several villagers
departed hIhIoi', who hnd been Riven
lo uood dcodfl. bul was rather loo fond
of dispciiMln-L  sharp spoken advh'.e,
"She was an oxeollonl woman,"
said iho deceased lady's paMor. ."She
was coiiBtantly ln tho homes of llio
poor and afflicted, In fuel, ulio wuh
the salt, of the etnlh."
"She wui�� more thnn (hat." remarked u villager, ".She wns the vlnoifiir,
tho popper and tlio mustard as woll.
Sho was u perfect cruot. slund of virtues."
���"Literature Is vory tlrlnif, isn't it?"
snld one woman. "Von," answered the
othor. "If your hook doesn't cell, you
nro disappointed, and If II doos it has
lo bo ho shocking (hat you uro otnhur-
The second
edition of the
of Heating-is
now ready for
to nny
Originally Built In  1838 by    Thomas
McKay���It Is of Nondescript
RIdeau Hall, Ottawa, whoro the
Duke and Duchess of ConnniiKht have
taken up their abode, seems rather
a curious building for its purpose until you realise that tho purpose had
mado tho building'what It Is���a plain,
largo rambling structure of quite
nondescript architecture. It is no
more incongruous than one might expect, considering that every (lover-
noKieueral since its llr.st oillcial
tenant Lord Monck, hus It ft his
mark upon it, eiihirjiing and adapting
tho house to Ids own particular requirements-
Still further alterations, wo' hear,
havo lately been made, so as to lit
it for the occupation of ILs ue\v master -the lirst (SovoriifMHienorul of the
Dominion connected wllh our ftoyul
House since tho (imo of llm Marquis
of Lome and tho Vlco-Uolne, the l'rlii-
ifess Louise. Tho placo Is said to be
very comfortable.," nnd it, Is, of course,
permeated with".'.countless. Canadian-
Hrltlsh associations and memories,
mostly pleasant. ���
Some idea of the gradual expansion
bf Rldetui lliill may bo 'gathered trom
Uie fact that Iho original r.trueiuru
consisted of only eleven i-oduij, occlusive of those in the basement nntl
ultlc. To-day there aro ovor a hundred, not to speak of numerous built'
ings in the grounds.
The original houso .was buill in
ISo.S by Thomas McKay a weabhy
and liospitnble Scots-Canadian���con
tractor.-nnd Member of Purllamonl���
for his own residence It was then
playfully called ".McKay's Castle,"
and everyone ot any note wbo passed
through Ottawa made a point of vis-
(Ing tho host and his wife and his
large, merry famfiy, with whom entertaining was a cult. Tho portico is.ns
McKay lofyit; the round tower also.
It is otherwise, transformed complete-
iy.      . ""
Like all good Scots, the McKays
took an immense interest In gardening- 11, is iinid 'indeed, that the
grounds have never since been kept
so well us in tholr tlmo. Mr. McKay
trimmed tho tlrst cedar hedge ever
grown lu Ottawa, and every single
tree in the avenue wns plan led by
his wifo.
Athough ihe grounds may not havo
been perfectly kept In the (lays that
havo followed the Government's taking over of the lease from Mr. McKay
In LS05, (hey certainly havo been vastly improved in various ways by successive Governor-Generals. Thus it
was our Princess Louise .who cut the
second avenue through tho woods,
known as "The Princess's Vista,"
whence you gee a delightful view of
Ottawa and the mountains beyond.
Tho lineal cricket ground In all Canada, dedicated for over to the use of
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A Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater bringi bathroom or bedroom
lo juilthe tlegTeo of warmth you want in five or ten minute*. All you
hiftti 10 uo it tn u/utii i iii-Jicii.
Tlie Perfeclion Healer burnt nine houn on one filling and w
always ready for we. Yon ccn move it anywhere il i'j. needed.
There is no wasle of fuel and bent wnrminn unoccupied roonu.
Juat the heat you want, when and where you wan! it.
The Perfection i�� fitted with an automatic-locking flame spreader
ihat jrfevents the wick leint} lurncd high enough to imoke and U
easy to remove and drop back when cleaning.
Dnitni tniiM ��iW in tuxquoiK.Uut tnamA of f-Wn ��lf��l *, light tml tmt-
Mcnul, yd iboAg ami dur*bl*~-wiuM�� (or iny room ia any koute.
Delicti twtmhet*; cr vt'it v> ur *t��*<ir al
The Imperial Oil Company, limited
Mluard'H Uultnout Co., Limited.
��� CSonlUimoii.���I havo lined MINAFttTti
L1NIMI0NT on my voHunl and In, my
���family for youru, nnd for Ihe ovory
duy IIIh nnd necldeiilH of Hfn I con-
older It lllll) uo tHIUIll.
I would not -atari on a voya��',n without it, ll' It cost ,u dollnr a hotile.
..i, 1.  1. i>,  iii..ii..t,i'i.i,
9fbY,"f*iiYf'.i-" S.t,   Aiolro. K-m.(V'rn<*'n
Tho Hov, ChnrloH    II,    Spurftoon'i**
Icoon wit. wiih nlwnyn huned on Hlorlinp:
common hoiiho.   Onn day ho reniarliod
t(J 0110 Of lllll ViOllH',
"Can you loll mo tho reawon why
the llonn (l!d:i'i cut Daniel'.'"
"No, Hlr,   What wuh IIV"
"HocaiiHO Iho moHt of hini wiih Imoli.
bono, and tho rent of him was fjrli."
Mlnnrd'a Liniment Curea Oiphtherla.
8treet Through a Church ���
Ono of tlio hoHl known liiHtuncort of
chitroltOH with MrootH throuidi them
Ih ' tlmt of rti. John tho Unpiir.i'H
church In Hrhitol, KiiKland. The
church Ih iiiiuatud rliflit over (ho ancient K'ntoway Into Uio city on tho
Avon, and iho towuriiiK Hpiro, n*nud-
I118 IiIkIi nbovo the nelRhhorimc howaoK
nnd HlrnolH, In n romarliablc Hlglit 1111
ono fiurveyu It from llio roadway below,
Ber,aia'm Little Dear
An nmuHlni? Incident of n child'n
iplKconceptlon of tho wordH of a pop-
uhir hyinti occurred recently 111 a Hun-
day School in Soinnioniotnhlro, The
tenchor, turnliu; to tho ulrl at Iho
head of the elasB���to whom wan ac-
idtd tho i.ii>ik-Kt) ut cliiKhdni; liio
utx beforo cloulnjv Uny an attorney leilrlng  from
hymn to ho i.
K��.bool--fiHlf.-ti, "Whnt hymn would
you like, ,l5et>blo''" "PIohbo, t,]i;" ropllod Inn Rlrl, "the hymn about the!
lillle Bhe bear." "The litle ahe heir?
What do you mean?" "Plcaae. sir. w.i��
Uio nnawer, "the hymn that sityn, fan
a mothcr'n fc-mkr t.ntc- ttate loviard*
the child iihff bear'?"
! K-0 Preference
j    MukIhIrato.���You nay UiIh man wlolo
,ju..i   ..i.t..    mi i  ,ui.;.( 0..UH1 uiiil  ,. i>i<
1' pvofcr iho fhnvt*c* aydivit hliv."
j    Pal .--Woll, no. ytnir wondilp. t pre.
; for tho coat, If It'u all tho mime to you.
'    The Pure Tood Law slopped the salo
I of huiidrodn ol' fraudulent!, nindlclni'ti.
J'fumlliiii Wbard Oil lian ntuud tho
tost of invoHtlRaflon for nearly nlvty
A Tempting Offer
An  KiiKlbih Journal conltilnod  (ho
following   nnnnuncoiiieiil:     "Tn   be
hold,  LUi law ituiiH,    ��'m< properly of
the Ottawa Cricket Club is located
Added buildings include the lodge,
a curious octagonal building of yellow brick, with, as Un v'a-a-vis,
Orlchton Lodge, rcd-roofcd' and gabled. This used lo be the private secretary's houso, but hu now occupies
Itldouu Cottage, which, though not so
picturesque outwardly, has much internal 'solidity and comfort. Hesldes
these, tho guardhouse, gardener's cottage laundry, sUibllug, coachhouse
(and, 1 believe, motor gurge), conservatory, vinery, iron gates nud strong
pillars are among latter-day Improvements.
The house "nesllo>*s among pino
(roes and cedars on rising ground on
Iho east side of'tho wjld lltlle.Jtlcleau
River. Its quoor chimneys, its old
corners and ��� low lines of grey walls
may bo clearly seen from any point.
of,,tlio.opposite flhoro when (lie trees
aro leafleBH In winter; but in sain-
mor only'the ehlmncyH nnd flagstaff
uro distinguishable,"' Hldoiiu Hull
is named after tho rlvor which ln
tiirirwas called Rldeau from the picturesque and curlaln'-lilioH fal!n which
mark Us Juncturo with tho Ottawa,
Tho ballroom is-tho IIiiomI la the
house.* II. was built by Lord .Dufforln,
and wns tho. scono of the ftmioii.s'
thoalrlcalK which no greatly onllvon-
cd nocloty during his poriod of ofllce,
Olher ovidoneo of bin ontorprlHo are
llio fipleudlil toboggim slltlo nud curl-
lug rink. Lord Lorno built- tho rae-
tiuel court, tho wing <if which conies
iu well lis 11 supper-room nt. ilaiices.
Prliieosn Louise added tho* Htudlo, an
Hhe needed a qulef ;*i|)'it. Willi a good
light where she could paint l:i ponce,
She also put up tho log hut, which Is
nonr Iho toboggan slide, Lady Marjorle Uonliin (nov/ Lady Pentium!)
look lhe givsilrnt. Joy In Ihls hut. It
was her "holhlfiv house," In which she
did oxnetly as she liked. Thut usually
took llio form of   experimenting   In
all  the    housewifery    aits cooking,
cleaning, oven scrubbing the Hour.
It was Lord Aberdeen who built Uio
chapel, a restful place with Itr, oaken
Interior, and sol'tly-tluted, dluinon.l-
pniiod windows, The mom all motive
sp'ol lu the hoiiHO, however, Ih tho
Oviil Itooni, which has nerved for u
variety of purposes. Must of the hod-
roiiniu' are, luiforluuiilely, aoinowhat
small. -
The Truih at a Pinch
lie was a Inwyei', mid ho   dneided
that hln' child should follow lu hln
Always ronieiuher Unit good law-
ycrs work hanl, my boy." lie siild,
They rend thoughtfully, 1'nrgei nolh-
Ing, wash tholr faces before uud after
every uieol, and novor upeak wllh
their mouths full."
l.tJlii.,-1   Iillliheu,
' \r,d <\n iVv ������>*> ie lieil *,'-!*,o-n Pi��v,ro
K was papa's turn lo blink.
"'Y��fc\ luy boy, llnj do." he replied a
longlh.    "Lawyerji   will  do aiiJ'Uiin;
lo win a case."
Kindred Feeling
Tho new cook, who had como Into
the houso during tho holidays, asked
hor mistress:
"Whoro ban your son? 1 not see hiia
round no moro."
".My hou," replied tho mistress nrldo-
fully, "Oh, he lias gone back to Yalo.
Ho could only get away long enough
to Btay until New Yonr's Dav. vou see.
I miss him dreadfully, though."
"Yus, I knowing yoosl how you fool.
My broiler, he ban lu yail six timca
'slnco Thanksgiving Day."
Neuralgia is one of the most painful mala lies  that afflicts humanity.
Tlio trouble Is uaualy seated  in tho
laco and  head,  following the course
of somo nerve., but it attacks other
purls of iho system  as  well.    It is
characterized by acute   pains,   !ioin��-
1 linos steady, at olhers spasmodic and
darting, headaches and a fooling as
though  tho lorehcad  was a baud of
iron.    .Medical authorllios agree that
neuralgia is a cry of "tho neivos for
bettor food, and that if the blood io
purlll'ed and enriched tho trouble wiil
disappear.    This Is  tho reason  why
Dr.  "Williams'  Pink   Pills  ciuo  oicn
the most severe cases of nourul&la.
Thoy actually make ikw, rich bKiod
which feeds the tired starved' ncrvea
and  thus cure   tho   trouble,   at   tho
jame timo leaving   Uio   sufferer   iii
better health iu every way ihan was
formerly enjoyed,    In proof we glvo
tlie caso of .Mr. G. Brooks, or Aurora,
Out., who says:    "About two years
ago, whilo working* In Colliilgwood, I
was attacked with   neuralgia,   whicli '*
became so bud that 1 was frequently
unable to go to work. Tho pain would
start ovor my  right eye and  would
then spread  to tho  whole fnco. and
caused mo the greatest agoay.   I wa3
under Iho care of a good doctor, but
his treatment did not do moro than
give mo temporal y relief, and I was
*.hereforo an almost constant sufferer.
Acting on  the advice of my  wife I
llnally decided to givo Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills a trial, and 1 am profoundly
thankful thai 1 did so, as lu the couiuo
of a fow week.*? 1 began to improve,
and after a further use or die I'ills
the  trouble disappeared ana  1' hate
uot since had any tiace of it.   I may
also add that while taking the Pllla
my weight increased ny nine, pounds,
vhich shows that,the Pills aic a body
Sold by all medicino dealers or by
mail al 50 cents a box or six boxes
for S-'.iiO from The Dr. Williams." -Medicine Co., llrockvlllo, Out.
have adopted
Su vou
a. yoll. eh'.'"
"Yes, just tho cutest, noisiest thing
you over heard."
"A big hip-hurrah, I suppose?"
"No Indood; j.ist a hiu ran.     ill, 3
are not In faslibn.'
For Sprains and Bruises���Thoro ia
nothing hotter for sprains and contusions thnn Dr. Thomas' Eeleetrle Oil.
It will reduce tho nwelling that follows a sprain, will cool llio inflamed
flesh and draw (he pain as if hy magic. It ..will* lake ilio ache out. of a
hrulfio and proven!, tho flesh from discoloring. II seems as if thero wiih
magic, in it, so speedily does the Injury
disappear undor treatment.
"I doli'l know wliolhor I ought to
recognize him horo in (ho city or
not. Our avipuilnlance. nt, the seashore was very slight." "Vou promised to marry him. did you not?" "Yes,
but that was all."
In nud
Nuwod.���"lie who rucks tho
rules the world; don't forgot
Mr. Ne wed .���"Then yott coma
rulo tho world u, while.   I'm
A Remarkable and Convincing Stale*
mont of tho Success of Cuticura
Soap and Ointment in thoTreat-
montof tho Pain, Itching and
Burning of'Eczoma
"T, t'.ift itwkivliiiif-d, cMinot Rlv�� n\ftur,tl
ftr��!-f 10 ilu- ('ulli'iii'ii Hi-riifdH, 1 htul bffB
diM,tiiflii|f for hi Ifliwl u, year for mkciih oii
tny /'int.   I Imd trli'd doctor aftnr doctor all
(0 lll> UM.il.     \\ lull It .VOUIIff fill  I kpmllHMl
my ntii-.li- Uim) diilt-rciil tliiiimi, paying llttU
or no titU'iitl'in tu It, when livn yr��r:i ��tu
11 .mull i.|>ot pliawm! upon my lift ai.kli-.
1 Miv,** ftoukil mid .-.-ni for u iluriur, Un
wiil ll wu'i i-cjtfiiiH. ll�� iliv*.' a mimll l>on��
from tin' iniLIf. nliout (Ilu Bl::<> nt ft liicti'li
ninl ulxiot uu Imii Imn,'. 'llm Niiuill liolt
Kti'W 10 iilnHit Hid 1,1 ru nt un niiple, uii'l
tlie ii'.'.tiiui ^jitr-.i'l to tlm ki!i-i>, 'Ida iliK-tnri
nrver rfiiil.l lii'.-il I'M" li''l" In tlm tinkle.
Tlio whole luol run v.-4t***e nil tli'j Jlutc,
"My l\i:���Iianil toiil mv Kfiiei in'i't'i! up nlcl-.ft
mul iUy ttJn-tlltu: mc tro.'u one morn lo an*
I v.onlii i-lt lot litmr.1 nt :x tinm In from of
ItiB    Mll|'UI.��     ilUflill',     lut     U��iil.f,l,��, i.'i*
j   lulu  \.��<: :0  Iiini--������: I   Y!i, *il:n."i>t   i:rs.-y,
In fiii-i, I v.'ouM lu:.c my w.on for hbur.i
��� tt .iin,,-.  Our day u fiif.iul el iniii.) ilrouiiftj
In |ii M*<t in-.   No runic Iiml dm ejimvM at
my font iliun i.l��- f-xrlalnM, 'Mm. Vlnn��>rin,-
" -'....'��� you tiy the C11U-
.V.n.*   Thu
clltiitu are   ii
and  ub
Write In Sand
Korean children in hc|io����1 iit:e inud
lioxes ItiHlond of sillies. Tbey write
the different Chinese elinraetoni and
have lo learn Uioiu enrly )u lire. The
character la drawn In tho wind with
ft Hlleli  mid  Uien the Ine,  f.�� sliuUled
lo |iiejtai<: for another.
���r.ln- In th.. uotM ilim't
SMo/t's Cure
Nulcily ����*����� raaillia. tataa coUt, li����U
tha thr/ntl ��� -4 hini*
A Jf.b for Him
weio you om atlileitea In col��
\lfRi-,   tOIlT"
"I v.a�� wood al relay evenR dad."
"Thni'w what  I iiudoiBlood,    Well.
you e.4ii Juot rela> all lhe <-��rp.j:n j'our
dm-iiMi m..I Ui'ic uiulli lum, ami nr>t buliilt
tit,1* 10 -I'lp ot Mil. 1 iI'HimI ti> tivA tlm.
t'oituiM Hm.ti un I i'mii.iii-4 Olntnifiit it
tiinl. Aftir ii-lnif ilu 111 thnn iljiys Ui��t-
nlrlii I ��� I'-i.t i.-1 coiiii.l u-t a 1 llvor ilollaP
for 1 i,*l.i l.mr hum-. I nwoKr In tlm rimmliiK
villi Imt \"iy Iiliii! i^lii, In furl, I thong-lit
1 iv;i��, i'i !in��vc:i. AftiT ��i*lnt llm <'ullrur��
ltf:r��.li'< fnr !1wd tmritlit I ��*ii Minify
n-.torr.) ��'-. Vrit'll. t!ii"t��" fi 'U t'ljtfi-iirn
iu,ui> nml Oinliiiiiit, I ��ill h<> (.Uty-rour
}<-.t* ut ��tt- mv in-st birtliiliy, hafu ami 1
f-i-arlfyt n,'"-.f " l>JI*,if.1<i Iff. .fnfl.i l'!"fi'-
Cittlruia Hfttp 8��j-1 Olntmitnt tw told
tlUWIKliriut tlm worl-l, Hrtiii W ViMt-t th *
<". I'o.-f*,,, fl t'tibitiihm Art*. Hiiilim, ll. M. A.,
tut ttfts usuijio of each rlfh 3��*-p. book.
���" i.nt.. \tina fooV ttf�� b��f rprfnir."
W. N, l>. No. *���'��� THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
*mm-*m**a** yMnn
Tiie OfliniiBrM Hews
issued  livery   Tuesday  by  the
Comqx   &   Cumberland
Publishing   Company.
This yt\*y\r will not hold itself
responsible for tho opinions of oth-
qrs, ai' uii.y appear iu its columns
M'oiu lime, to timo.
WKDNKSDAY, Jan. 17.   19L"J,
In the Supreme Court of  British
In th? matter   of tlio   JktiUo   of
Henry Brooks, deceased, and
I.u the matter of tho "Oilk-iul AU-
tuinisti'a'or'rt Act."
,N,OT IC.K is hereby given tliat
'mlor an order granted by His
Honour C, 11. Burki-i- dated tho
, ljjh,December, 1911, 1, -tho undersigned was appointed 'Administrator of all and Kinguhir tho estate of llonry Brooks,
All, parties .having claims
against the'..obiato of the. said deceased are requested to furnish
pni'ticiilars of the samo, on  or  be-
NOI'ICE li hereby jjiven that, on lhe-
l')fii{ day of December ne\i, application
will be made to iho Superintendent of
Provincial l\>liic foi icnciva! of tne ho
tel license to sell liquor by icl.iil in tbe
hotel known as lhe Hotel Heriot, situate
ar I lenol Hay, in the Province of Hi!t-
ish Columbia.
II. A. Bui.I..
Dated 251b, d iy of October, 1911.
NOTION ��9 heteby aivon that nt the
next mcL-ling of tho Hoird of Lice-jso
CoiU'nis-ieiiors of tho City of Cii'icber.
luml, 1 ii tend to apply foi n hotol li
oonao to B-idl liquoru by rctnil m and upou
Uio promises knowii au tho Kinu 0 coi go
hoti-5, situated on lot t>, block 7, Cumber
1 nd Towupitc.
Dated Una 7th day i.f >\.v., l'JII
NOTICE is hereby t'iven ihat on ihe
fust day of December next applicition
will be n.alc to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police ior a hotel liconsc lo
Hell liquors by, retail in and upon the
premises known as lbe New Hotel Heriot, siiun-ed on Lot 42 Subdivision of
Lois Northeast quarter of Lor~2i6 Heriot Biy, Sayward District, Province-of
British Coltunbii.
JI. A.Bui.L.
Dated N'ovei..ber 22nd, 1911 ���
ji   **
NOTICE is hereby given   thnt
application will be  made   to   tho
f,.re tho 10th day of January,-1912, Parliament of Canada   nt tho noxt
and all parties indebted to the said
c-tate are requested,  to  pay  such
indebtedness to mo  forthwith,
Gko. Thomson,
OQieial Administrator.
Dated at NaViaiinc-jB. 0. this lOtli
day of December, A. Di IUJ'1.
i   TENDERS.        -..
In the matter ot" Henry Brooks,
TENDERS for tho purchase of
llio South East part of fractional
North East ..quarter of Sec. 20,
Township 0. Cqiuox District, containing 20 acfey v.-ill be received
by the undersignod up to the 20th
day~oT J an nary T9T2.
Geo. Thomson,
,.. Officinl Administrator.
Nanaimo. IJ. O,, Dec. 15th, 1011.
Session thereof for   the  coutiti'ii
ation of the Charter of theVAN-
and for nn extensian of   time   for
the commencement   of,  const ruction* and completion of   the said
lines of railway authorized to be
constructed by tiie   Act of   Par
liament of Canada passed in lhe
Session  7-S, Edward 7,   chapter
167 intituled k,An Act to in cor-
*  *     o
porate tlio Vauoouver Island and
Eastern Railway Company," and
by the Act of the Parliament ol
Canada in tlu Session of 9-10,
Edward 7, chapter 171 intituled
"A_n Act respecting the Vancon-
v fii-11 W/'jw*��T-*.' 'vr-^wmwini"
NOTIOK is hen*by givo iLiat 30 days
nlti-r daiio I intend ';o apply to the Honour-
ii'ilo the Miniuter ci Lando for a liocsjsio tu
pros-pott iui cod and petroleum under the
forc.ihoio an! 1 .vlor ilia viator nn thelacdu
'*���> ",i*.*l ojipo;..it*.' the folUwing '.io.cribei.1
lAmiHMtuatn iu llupf.rt Dintiio'j���Ci m-
moiiciug at a post pbnu.d on the ma beauh
at hig'i wntor ui-.u-k at ih-j hit���uvoytion of
S'i'.'tion�� Uaad IS Towimhip 2, Port Mo-
Nuill ll'ipcrt Uihtiio': iliuicu nurth o,1)
chaiiw vf.vo or leas In hijilt wulor nvo'It on
the ikt'Ii aid.-- nf P-ii".: MeNuil Hurboi-j
tiu-o.-i following tho ton bfiiuth lit; Irgh
v, nl si? ia;i."k ai-'Hind Uv*. h.a.l ol Uio.iL.ilii.r
t'.s j 1 u-c ot . '.���'liini'ii'jeiriuit,
I'l'ANCIS VI,   ToilbUFU,
K. l'rii'sn, aijeiit,
Dated thii 1 bt dny of Sop'cmbur, 1911,
ver Island and   Eastern   Railway
R, C. Low is,
Solicitor for'Applicants.
.District uf Say wn rd.
TAr; I'- \w\'":.o that George llonry W'vA of; VaneouviMV li. C,, oc
eii|,:iiion Fish Merchant, intends
to iijiiily for pi-rmisKion lo4 pui'lT
ijIi:i:->" the I'nllowino* described
1'llidn: - v'.'iU'il'MH'iiij.r nl ii' post
. ji'ui.iii'd nt 1 .in   t. ,    \y     coit.I'I-   of
Lot ' ]). h'M' !lioi��-c. iv;.-;   aluiio
11. 1 ' '��� rr"    ,v"��"1    v'"l   IHIU'     III"    IMllllll
'h'ii H,.-\i'V lib-;-I'I    li;.in.*-    llH-i-ti'i'J ,,. ' .
;,,*     t."'-l- 1    fl* ���),���<���   W.ut.b'i   ����''��'������^'''"'I". l��'iivui��c  N.uin
,1.,;.,.   /...,.. i     (J    I...A      -i   ���i\     .
ci,,.:iis,   ll.eir'e   L-iiitli   akiiijr   tin
ln!;e .��! mv ;.}(, chr.in>, nnd cmiliiin
iter SO  UCM'S,
Cil-OK-.lv JlKNKV W'KST,
r:V!.-i, lllll.
The Esquimalt & Nanaimo Roil*
way Company  wid apply lo   ihe.
Parliament of Canada at its   iu.*xi
seiiuon for an Act qmpowe:inj; It.to
lay   out, construct, "ar,d ope-ale ��
railway from a poiut on  the   mi!
way, ihe conatrucliun of which  i,-
authorisod by  subsection "A"   if
section 2 of Clinpler ninety two of
tho Sfatules of Canad 1 for the year
one thoiisnud nine hundred and six,
al or ne-tr tho nor'h fork of Oymer
river, thence in a general y  norlh
winterly direction lo Hardy Bay on
Ilie woMt coast of Vancouver Island
nnd increasing theoiim-yinv's brn*d
ing powers, nnd for olher purpo. es,
W. P, Sai.hiiuiiy,
Secretary K. it N. RnilivayCo.
I' ingle, Tin inpson it Hinm^s,
Oltau'ii AnonU'.
D.iled at Vn neon ver lliim Aral day of
Noveii'ihnr, 11)11,
This is not a professor's lecture on
Astrology. It is merely an intima-
tion to the public who use printing
of any kind���Posters, Circulars, Billheads,; Business or Visiting Cards,
Letterheads, Envelopes, Statements,
Etc., Etc,-���that ; >
Is in a position to execute orders in
the manner specified, have them
ready . when promised, an J deliver
them where stated, if ��� desired.
En   titjf
1 ��>��|i*'l    Al   >'t"   I1
Until fiirllier notice  tlie   I'riti-
er-cs linyiil will hike tin* N'aiuiiiiio.
(iniiy (e.xeept ���Sumlay) 7.110 n. in.
Tin- Suuiliiy boat lo Vanennvei*,
iia < neon cnneelled I'or the season,
nud lhe Channel' in sehetluled to
leave NT:iuiiinio I'm N'mieniivor un
Wi'dnebil'iv and  Friday ul I p, m,
'ind S:ui,n!.;v   at     ."    1),     111.     Til.'
In- i||.|:..i ! '-���iiai-lili'l li;:,*-, !,;.('!'. pllll-.; I n\\ thr
-1-.' ���'.���-���������'��� '��� ' "*!��� !���*',.��� .i.*';.���". in :*�� 'uiiiii , Mlti, li.'iivimj, Niiiiniiiiu nu
!"" !.-"���"! ���v^:,-.1,,1a:.,..ao;..l..:-jT|.,,:..Vi, ���,   j (,       'l'hiir��.l:.v>
I*.:    ���'.*;-���     .ml    .,'tnli-l     III*-   *.'.,(l.:l  ull   I'.���<���' ' '   , ' '
laiul, in .m-l opiMsiie ll.c fn.U-inu ^'H lil'^l"!^''!"!^!!!":^
senbed lands .ituate in Unpert l),sirici:| ' ^y,,,,^ u'fZZ'it'vSi^t T'n,,.
-ecu.ne dciiik ���'!'. apuM |)l,ii)li'iloilllii:|ni,v, ,T,���,pti,u, ���* UmHiwr.! of 1 Wtufot-
se;�� t��i:nrh ;n lij..;li wiil'-,- nihik .'H the in- j Coinin -mu hck ..r lliu (!jiy ��if Cntnl-.iv
li'i'ii.'CtioriofScnions l.| am! 15, Tinvi:- j f. .<1, I in,nnd t, 1 cpjily fnr 11
ship ?., i'ort MlNaiII Kitperi Ilis'.iici; j n,ll0U,,| tt* ,|,rt |)f,M -rmm',,,",,, hy ))1(1
th(!ii> ���: ii'-nl. S5 1'li.iins e ��|... or lc->   to | f���r  thn N. w Ki,��lu���.l lint,.],  Fitii;ih'.,l ()11
" t, ���   ���"���     ������������������ >    :.,,������.-,.  ; '   ,. 1 i,".,v >,���.,'!*,|, li.nl   1 1   mi ,,,  1,1  I ill |-K ii,  I   II III 11* I'-
luml Tuwi tiittt,
Mi.-;��'li1I Ikuber; lH< ,. t- -i.'.U'rly alum,'
hli-irn lint. t,*t ii'ti.-r-iiii l . . '*'*. 1 tiun- :-.,5
aii'l i\ Tov -.isliij) -j, ���lie,    ��� stint hi rlv  OS j fh'rtl [bin 7 li dny of Nov,, lllll
rli.un* ir,.ii-(; ni-livi*, 10  hi.-b w'".ti   ;u,ii!:   	
or. s-h.Ui sl-orc ofl'int '">. ..Ni'ill   Ilarln-r;
iln-ii''Xi ...i'-i.-|iy niuii;.;  Mien* uiiij |i/ jni nt
ot    ���)!r,ini!tir':,"l,.!t.t.     MnIM-'tl/'1     I Mill,
!-.. I'r,'.  t, .i���i-..-
D/:tPil this 1*1 da*.   ���:!' ,';.-i>i��.|||Ij> *. nil,
NOTICK is hereby givoii to
John II, (Jinnvillo, 'co-owner* hi
lhe iti iss group of Mineriil Chiiins
f-itnnteil 20 iiiileH from tho moiilli
of Phillips Itiver in lhe Nanninio
'Mining Division, ihtv: his shnre of
rhe expenTiilni'o hns not beon puiil,
nml ihut we iiileinl lo liio notice
with the Mining lieeordur of said
Di*triei iieeunlinn; loStetion 25 II,
Lli.nple!' If.?.") of Tlie U. 0. Mining
J. O. I loss, Agent.
L1111.I, U.C. Out. 7th, 1011.
|)lntriel uf Hiiy'waril,
TAKK imi. uo tlnU (li'iirun LeliiOHlnr Hi-
���i.jiiKl, ti, of Viiiieimvir, \W., niciiliimie,
ind 111I111 1 il'ii,.ly fo-1>. rii.|KHii>n l.r^iiroliiiio
���hn ft llowltitf ilt',*urih.-il Iiiiui''*:  -
I    dn 'iicnci i; -it 11 limit pliii'loil   nl, lhe
!   * ,u.|,*.,,*.. (..|.i:.*i-.,if I'.I  *'-'!  'hi*** 1*" vtM-ih
,1-0 cli-ii.*". tl',. li*'**'  XYi '���*.(    7"i    ili-Vm*--.   tlii""'!.'
ii*.nib l-'O t!i:i'im, lln'in-.n o.ni. V.r> ciiuiii'i,  hi
! ;. iiui   uf  (.ivaiii|.tii..|.|iii*iit,   co-.tiiiliiiitf UOO
j lU'H", lli'i (�� I)' hl-il.
j <ii*:niiiii', I.kk.'iwi'Kii HnitN'iiTiiv,
i Knlli'l'l lli��..|V llliu .UIIH, fltfUll.
i imio.1 M-iM-Mliii   Kill
I ; ,
i l'lANOK  AN'I)
i'    1   IV,,-,  I   \   1.1 1. f.
lJ*��ei-i;hf, Wood and Coal IlauU-d
*���***( attmjraxt*'
iV iviV:.i
x > ".      t ry it.
;R. HORN A I, 1MIONK 5 7
W'ndernierc Ave.
���OUUHHS TAKI-.N   H>H   NU'I    COM.
WHO 1 AM ?
A1\I CRHATKD to sweeten, elevate and
enrich life,
voice reflects harmony--heaven, ._
virtues are  supreme because I  give nil
and tnke nothing.
years of usefulness nre unlimited,
strength holds the tension of forty thou
frame is built from selected monarchs ot
mountain forest,
tones vilrnle 011 German-made steel wire.
fingering tips nre  cun/ed   from   Mtslcs
grown in tropical jungles.  "
noiion einliodifS lhe best result of human
effort lo obtain strength aud responsiveness.
co.it is made of hard wood���mahogany,
beryl and Circassian walnut,
home is   omplete without that I'or whicli
I am created---Music.
/iZ^a-i ��'���*+*'"&     7fo~%fi*4,^iri'I'1+ii
The GEO. A. f LETCHER Music Co., Nanaimo, B.C.
rC~^    T,oral Agc-nl I'or Cumbevlaud, U.C
[i. s.] Tho.s W. Pati'kuso.v,
GKOllOETHKFlPrH, lyjho Gri.co nt
God, ol tlio Unitod Kingdom of (.refit
Briton nnil li'ihnd, and of llm lJritit.li
Domiuions lieyoiul llio Soju' KING,
DeNmlor of tho ' Faith, ISnipeiorof
To all to whom those yicHsnlfi shall cino
��� Gki*:i*;tin��.
W. J. 13owhi:ii,      ' jTXTllEltRASoppli   "
Attornoy-Ooni'i'al < cition   hua
been mado lu l'lu Iicimin- the Li ulcii nt-
(lovciiinr i.i Gm.no 1, u-yl-jr t. 0 ".Muuui-
piiitii-a Incorpoialiuii Aot," hy tho Muni-
0 jinl Coi nell of Ihu,Ciiy nl Cumherland,
to (.'Xtoud llio limiti of ilio Municipality,
��� 11 lU'Crrdiinco v ith ajcoli.tinn jmnuvd by
tivo-lhii'dn < l' tlio nn ml 0 s ilioret �� and
eonll-H od by u volo of tliu elector ;",
1 Anu wiiiiiucAs lliu en eel of Ihoownorj
ol niiTu thun onu-linlf in vuI.ido; liio I.11.I
lo be ii.chldid wilhin tho bmni'l.ti'k'H of tlio
proponed tx'.euaion islkotod llittub), uud
who uro entitled to potit'd'u tor i. eo.p ration um n Munnipiilly, luw bi'o-i nbUincd
*t 11 'toll hold utidur, tho proviuioiiM of
section 10 of Iho suid Act';
Now know yi-:,*th.icfoio, Uui by vhtio
of tlio iiu lmriiy o.iitai.od iw the said
"Jkluuiuipiil liiB Incorponition Aok," Wo
do lurohy. prooliiiui Ui;it iho limits ol tho
0 rp raiiou ol IVo* CM y (T Unnb rhu.d
shull bo und they heio'��y tu0 oxt.iulod licm ,
iho 1st dny of January, 1O12, B > in to '.include Btock One, ho 0..u, nml Block 11,
Lota Oue. T v.-,'Turoi, and l'Vur, b ing a
uabdiviisiou ot pint or Lut Twenty-cue,
���Nelson Dis ri jt. .���--*--,'      ;
Ix.Testimony Wiikiikop, \Ve hnvo caused
iliisa Our Lot'ors to le mndo Pa e^t, .
mid tlio Gicu? Soil of Our t-ui.l lVv-'
imo to bo I orouuto i.fiixid,
Wivsiiss, His i-lmour Thomas Wilson
rATKiiSjN, Lioutiii iit-Govuinr 1 f cur,
eaid Proviiico of llr.tiihO lumbin, 111
Our City of YL-loiiii, this tvonly lint
dny rf lU;o inber. in tlie j e;ir t f O, r
Li rd tno tliMitnul ni 0 hundred i.tul
clovon, nud in the boco d ^our cf Our
iy Command.
l'iovii:oi��l Sictotaiy.
Dried B^ewers, Gm'm '
Cledii, bright nnd wliolsoine,
low in wa'cr aud caiboliydratcs,
but conlaininji; nearlv double tbe
*- **
amount of fat aud p'-ottin, pound
for pound, than the ordinary feed
���UnlTs in local use, it
Meets ei! (he Requirements
of a Profitable Dairy Ted
and compared iii" price "with what
is asked lor oihcy feed shift's, i.s
triple protein value for your
money. lis superiority lies in
the fact thai feeding it ir.cieare.--i
both lhe total digestible matter
and the amount of fat and protein in the daily ration
AiuS Saves ycu 40 lo 50%'on-Feed,
You should-not be without it,
Malted grains, fresh and sweet
from the brew kettle, dised in a
continuous vacuum process by
Royal Stock -food., Company, Ltd.,
Dryers of aud Dertl* rs"in Food
��� Products.
Scotia and Front Strkkts,
..   VANCOUVJSK.'n.'C.
Tlie annnnl int'cting of  the Coniox Crciiinei'v AKsocitifimi" Ltd.,
'       i ,.
will bu held   in   the Agrieiiliiiml
Hall,   Courtonay, on  ThurEd.iy,
Jaiiiuiry 18t'h, 1D12 ut 8 p, nu
Wm. Duncan,
Secret ii it,
,.i   \...f.,r.***a*i**a*t!,-M
Jlhitricl. of SiiywHiil.
TA1CH nutlro tint Nnnulln   .loro li of
Vunooiivoi",   H. ('.,  S| nixti'i', iiiliuulu to
"pply fi r |ii'rii,l��i*-i n to piiroliitHO tlita  ful.
lowinjj (lo.-utii'i* d iniuls;	
Coinin nciiiK nt, i iiixt pliiiikul ut ll-.o
Simlliriistuiiino.'if ht 5-l7i tlionet*- norlh
ROclr'i'.p, ll-.c on o-iH', RO olinlns, Ihono.i
Houth 81) (I)h|ii��, iho'ioo won H'�� oIiiiIoh
I.i lhe p did of ("liniii.M couiort, o.u.l'ilii-
iti(,; il*U) iK'icn in* re crjoi-ii.
Nanotth iIuhhi'U,
Hnlicrt lli'iny OliCHtiuil, n^rnt.
Duloil Miuo'i 7th, IIUI.'
r, . .-',.. . ., ,-,    ,    . '^-���.^    i-,n���,i,u���,,
...k    .      II    .ill.' I,     ,.!,, IJ.,,    1,1^1,
r.lutiuil nf Sny \\mil.
TAKK ni,H<!�� Ilia'. Sidney HoHmnn, of
i'mit-nitviir, ll C,, niocliiuilc, iali'inli In
npply fur pt*nii!i:��h.ii t.ipiircliiiHo iliofob.
Ihwihk iifKiiiiii'd iji:-,hh:--
Oi inuionci'iu lit n poat pin- Inl nl tlm
��. uIIiwohI oorinr of lol. lilf'2; iIidihm hi nth
rV) ohnim', tho en wo f, 80 i..hiiin*<, Un nco
unilli KO chdiiir, t.lmnoo vxnt HO ohiiin*, 11
|Ii:lm cf ouiiir.onpM Lint cuiitiiiiiiiiH (IJO
nunv, mnri'��r bm.
j l!(>lxrtjl''i*ry d o tniit, 1150 I.
;n I d \fi,r.di!Hli, UUI.
I-'rid.-iy1.*4 miiil   '>\ !.v >, C"u*ieli'-
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i mm m tmmh,  ���������*������v M Mk /tip* 03 ^f^>  i  THE   NEWS, 'CUMBERLAND,' BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ������������������"ni'imwu 'iiw.  u  s*������ p|fI������  .Ma!M3 Yo-.sr EXPENSES L!3hi  Makos Yoar BISCUITS Lijfht  Mttlccs Your CAKES LiBhf <-$KK%3  iVhlws Your LABOIt Lj-ht ^     U  ORDES FROM YOUR  ���������CRQCKIl.  pA\   n.V/.C'.l.LETTe0..1.TO.  '^>K T"ro>to.Cnt.  jits  ^S&Mul CIS*  NOTICE is horehy given tint on tho tUti  duy of DcccmliiT[tKxt; application will bo  muclo to the S.ipcrintemleut of Provincial  Police. .Yioiori.H, for tliu nnotrnl of the ho-  ta! lica-.iio to bi-11 l,q ior������i"l)y retnil in too  hoU'l^knoAii -is tiu> Poit Aisgu-.t-i h.,U*l. tit  natttl at Co'inx, H,(\ ,,lonx C- Clakknck  ' Dan! Oetol-cr -'J 1P11,  | The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  Ij       Tho Contial Hotel for Sportsmen  t    No.io hut tho lie-sl of Wines mul Liquors  I   Al lhe Har.  KATES FiEASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR Kill ST-CLASS '  CANDY, KlUJITS,  Ore.A RS & TOBACCOS  NOTICE TO THK PlIlUIC.-*  Il.ivilljj bll 1: !1 1 n*j!fi w iCl'lldllSO .Ui.-l li: 1  iv. Coiir'uwy, l will h fu urn keep on  luml ������ nice!-: t-f nil liutlsi of Hay, Orou,  nml IVi'il i.t. Icucvt D'tnlici lines, A  specialty will b_ made of ro.lor (.irtisliod  feed f\-r ho'ra ������wliiu'-i v iil inn' <. ~u H vinu  or one thin! in tho oo t of hail. Onlort*  givon tho tonniKUr or I y ])hono v il br  prcinpMy lilU'd. Tl.ui kinjjyon for your  pitr' nnce in tho pi.nl. ami nnhoitin^ aeon  UniiMicoof ihcPtniio o:i hiouli-r lim-n, 1  b:y, to icn.uii  Yoiird tocoiuiiitim],  ,  liVUON CRAWFORD.  tunwwjiA ixjt-t*am-jmm.������_ntt n_,\ mwa^mtnutau.- nranuat������ttuw  UNION S. S. CO,, of B.C. Lid  Nanaimo Union Pay- Comox - lUir-ri*:.  Siiili-.p im urdor -  Trt-in-scrow s'eiumr ' CO'.VICIIAN"  L-.avtB ViiiK-oiivcr Tlni'eiliiy C p.m.  Anivn U.ii .n (for Cu uhoiluud^ Ji'rjdiij  liluriii'i'iC  A-rives 0 in x Friday uio:ii'sic;  Ri'lur.iiny  Lv   "Oomox   l^i iti y I n :ii  " Ui.ioa Hiy       "   f>   "  '��������� M mulii-o 11 p. in. ...  Leaves V,u couvor, Snlimlnv S ] in  Arrivce N-nuinio,- Hnlui'i'iiy 1-p in  Arrives Unioi, ^niul.y 6 u in  1'ot- ('iiwiliui'l'ini:]  Arrivct: Ci mox,   ."nimhiy S a m  llo'un.iiiK:���������  Loaves i"o iv-x. Sunday 4 p in  Lii.von 0n; i.i Miniliij-5 i) in  Iioivo*! N-iniiiitio, .Siuidny II p.in  [Siilijout. *o (.'li.in.o without i o.i-ji J  W.'-, ,..,������������������  hi. , ..w,..^..^...,,.    ,...,..ii...  iitri^tjrlti^ffmmm..........  {~-!ZJ^~jz^z.-z:^.~:.-7rr.z:-^^  E_lM*_2'-Z2__tEWEXt_,  zas^pj^jt������a������rjBBBai*rE*s^ m*MMK^*ar7. -^snoijwssinawnaBE'r.'wv -  gaaBC3etr^.t_-.^mjr->Mw tusujtss * ;.  IF YOU WANT  GOOD PM8TINB  GIVE US A TRIAL  U   \ir~ *---���������---1*  I  ���������m  ���������J i  !i  m  The splendid appearance  of a "Fit-rite" suit is the ���������*  result oi" tiie careful, honest  way in'which it is made. **  Ii handsome out\7ard appearance is of no value, unless it  has the sterling material underneath to back it up.  It is the care tcken in this  particular that makes the "Fit-  rite" a good suit all through.  The hidden parts are fliven the  same attention tbe surface receives. It retains its shape because the shape .end style are-  built right into it  Look over a "Fit-rite" suit  ond examine the quality of the'  material nnd tailoring. It is an honest effort  to supply good elothesat a reasonable price.  Either ci-.'l hi 'lio Eton: or cend no a post card bcni-inir your  name mu'. inlclrcrs, nnd wo'll ������iya you n copy of Iho  "Fit-  rite Stylo F-Vrccust," containing' llio Iate3t nowi of fesbioa  ' tcndcncic.-i for the cornina Fnl! i"jJ Wnter.  CAMPBELL BEO  DUNSMUIR AV'li. ,       CUMBER  ii^;  '���������-^sy!rs';rri"-5^������sxrTr'xr^^-^i*S53ss^*^^  l,i_1_?<-'_-_.-?:;i-.2S-'������-_--i7ZV2ttm_-*_K  :   jli-m* -JLm.m*  ('3^-iT't^X^^.X:  ?TVJKJ������KK K m3������Smrrt._7*'fAS: ^^VKtK~rj_rSCmT_r\aKm-lmiKaX"  o     O  CL)     c  9i  ������  ���������jrJ  ai  T  I<  ���������CO  'J,  p   ti.  r���������       c"  CiQ ."C8  M  Vs*  ^    -^    o^i   "^  ^      c8  0  a-rm\  CD  *f)  4-<  c  J->  '/:  HJ  tn)  rt  >  >  ri  u  v  0  A.  "fo  ���������I  S  rwarvKf5r*c*P3FT3a  COPYRIGHT,        CpPT) ^P=: ^f CBf  APM.CS1  Muraunrawn.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  : -.     --    ��������� FOE  SALS  BY *    - *    -  ' }*���������     '  ���������Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Avo.j      Vancouver, B������ C0i  ���������*__*i-  is. indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  A^dajillleBOVR]L  "to your canned meats  and soups and note  lhe ditference.  .r���������j ,   BOVRIL  *^*>        sandwiches arc  ���������?^sL - ��������� ��������� i  -,v. ,������,������<*������.     nutritious and  ������  PI  o  (^.^���������j������j.^j"j*ij.^i^.*l<kj.^.j������I-i^*������--^l-i'l"I<'H  !^ZS:CX:-iai!^rjaSIBBir3t7JS!EEEC^^  TIis VaHCOBTCP Daily Ffotieob  "X-o;Sept0..xab.er 2.3,. #J).S^  fciiyfo? .. ������������������..  ;,.   ... &L������a-^,v  p.  mi  pt.,;..,���������.,::' -^   'V������"o. wiil���������'uir.il Tlie Jlaily Province  i.-u,^'*-,^^^���������^,  in'0:U-i''.d':i ciitsidc tho city ot van-  couvct, for ^������-  /iil^'Xly""      *���������!���������    y ->vn,.n.'^iM f'crt-'-n^-v 91  V,U4vJ,ui   w.vU������-..-J   )., ������'<U.i.luJ*    "'���������-  Dealer in  ALLKIM1XS OF  | Fruit, ��������� ������-ndy":-igars'  igarettes $ Tobacco.  -V ^jn.^i-ii^iiiiAitikAt t*������m,**w  rr,-i.  rr������-v/  ������,���������*���������>������     />*'���������'���������'    rt---i     C" ���������-,'!������������������������-������ '"*l -1     T'".'"-'-"      !"' ���������*������>i--'o ���������>  **l���������.0    Ci    0.-.J-    im'^.-i. 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Th-irrrc-it Ulcrlr.c Tuiil..'. 11.1-J ;   ier-v.)  ���������f .if.4-v^<#fli/iilt(*iiTitlnloroi. uhlcli women cim     -*1-'* *'  w a .3   jj  ;> w q  5  j^   H   '.  ^, (,,3  0     h. o  .1 ^ o- | fc.  .������5-d* I 6  e"'   I    -'3  If 'I       ,mt.  ������ is si  5"5M  sg  rt IJ  'A -    .a ������  fj  J! w     tr, H  D g ������   'c  5  "^    I   E-      I  ���������"   ''     _l        M'  "r,^|   1    '  ."��������� !i"  Ci      ij  tri ffi :7;    ?  w  TJ  U  01  P.  0  o  H  P. A  NOTICK  Any |)oi'fioii or poi-Hoiif, cuttiiij.^  ri!iuiiviii(������ or taking; nny t'locb,  timlii.irm,wooil.o|,iuiV(U,!,'i!ri|)tio(lii  *��������� l       '  .Kiloii^intf to tho AVolliii|������'ton Col-  lii't'v Co1!'., or from or <i('l'the lnnd  of llio wiid C������jiiijiiiiiy. or nnyoiu'  tipping i'libbiiili of any description  iiiivwlieri) upon tlie fompaiiy's  land \yiiriui prosecuted to tlie full  HVli'iil* of tlm 1ih������\  (loiii-rul Miuui^or,  Wcllint'loi) Colliery Co,y.  mmvmimimam**m**ammmam*fa*������m_maimmm***amm*^  NOTICE.    '  [tidiitfr on locomolivfc'H iiiid   rail  a!r___ar,3_-sx  nm%-rrv%m:zm !*.��������������� fzor-TiKia���������--wt tmm.,m_-vu_mj,itxa���������xw,vmj.  RUPERT LAND DJSriUCT  Dititricf of Rupert  T/KI3 no'ice Mini Gjudiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Ahiincdn  ('ul., oecnpnriop plumber, intoiuls  o ii'pely for por mis'* ion io puicluise  ihe'following de.-'crilicd liind>:���������    ���������  O'linininciiip! at n posl planted  iliout JJOcbniiiP vvefil of iho ^ou'li  otiBi cornor of Sw.',ion 24, Township  21,'ihonco wosl 80 ohiiiiif. ihonco  RonilySO'-cluiihP, thenco cisi 80  eliniub', iIkuco norih lo feouih jooio  of Wolf Luke iltfuco vveslorly nlonu  soul 11 K-lioro io.wosr end of luko,  Ihencociii't along north shore about  '10 ehnins, thaiici; nonh to place of  comuor.co'iir'.ni, coutninin^ 4tl0  iicri-s moro or leis, ,.  Sciib.l on (.os', G A.B.S.'s N.K,  corner.  (lAUDNKH   Al.KXANDEH BltAOY  D;iti  Cliil'k. Ajjt'llt  Dnted Ikonibor Mill, 1910.  *m������^m^^*mi^am-m*m*m-^.ammitmamm'am'^mmt\tmaa0a������amamm  _   JMJI'KUT LAND DISTHICT  |ii*liiol nl' Hupoit  IVKT'l NOriC'K lliut.limim Hni.Uluiw,  of Ki-ioriii, I'loi'lilw. iwi pjiUcr, intiiii'ii  to ii| ply lor pi'iiniHHinii tu iiiiroluoo tli*  frillowinif ilntcnlieil Iiuk'h;���������OoninniKnii;  it it |in.l |ilnn ul ti milmwimt of tliO^.l'",  ii imi r nl ikw I n 'll, townfiliip '20, thenar-  nurth III ch i fi, tli ihu wi'Ht 80 lilmi fl,  llllilHi" lldMlll   -I'') dllilillH,    lIlHIH'O c>l  KO  I'liaii.ii In |ilui;i> i*f or in niMici'inont, con-  mini h DUO iitirni nifiro nr low������.  Scnljflil on poi-1 .1 15'h H,\'��������� (Min.������r,  ,l;iMi:s Hiuhkiiaw,  Dun <.,'l<uU, uuon1.  Orilctl l),ri..|)il.er Idlii, l!M0.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Disfrictof Rnpisrt.  TAKK not ce  ihat Fndora Mao Lscbou  of Vaiicwiivpr, B. V,   < ceil] ntiou _ Widow,  i tends tu nj>t>[,v  f.ir i-or-. i.s i'i) fc.) purchase the f. liowu y (1 tei ib=d Im cl : U< m  mnioiiiK nt bt a p-st planleil  al*out  on������-  mile ooi th aiiul 40 dun. s m-t oftlip, S. E.  corner of Seo.i.iLi 4, T wui-lup  8,   Ihence  u.' r h 80 or.aiii!', thonco nisi. SO.cln-i s,  llioi cetout-i 80 ouiiii-,   thence vebt 80  cl'!iinn io plane ot commencement, contain  "iiiK'tiiOacresT'nTn'S'i'rii.ts" "  Scribed < n po t EML'b S-W. corner.  i Kxuoka Mau Lukso.v,  1 D ii Ulmk, Afio.t.  Dated Doromlior 1-lth, 10i������.  RUPKI-iT LAND DISTRICT  Dmtr;ct o? Ripers  TAKK  *'OriCK    tliat   Ado'nido  Ester  Onrk    B. wn,    of   HiMoKficd    N.   Y.,  miirrif-d vvomau. iutonils to apply f( r p.ir-  lnisaion to purchuso tho followiiit? iliw.nh-  ecl landt:���������C iiniiifijciig at, a post pl.'intfil  at eoitliwekt cor. or of S o'inn   1!', Town-  nh'p 0, thciK'ii  mirth   SO  oluiiim,,   Uicnoi!  OfihtSOoliaiiip,   thenco   iouth   if'.)  chains,  Uu net west SO eluiiim lo plnco of comnien-  r.iDnl containiug GIO nciiiK more or IceB.  Soriboil on post A.K.C.H'h S.W. cor  Aoei.aidh K'STKH l'l,Altli HltOW.V.  Dnn Clails, H^'iiS  Dn od Di-con.hor Will, III 10.  U PERT  LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert c  TAKE notice that Beitrcm Junie?  Task or of Vunciuvt-r, B. (.'. occupation Express Manuger inii-nilG to  to apply for peiillusion to ptuchafft  il'-e full a ing described landt:���������  Coma1    ciog   at   u   p(?l   jdnnled  abo_:.__I-l 0���������cliains_\\*Ts_of-t he- s~ul h���������   ���������ea corner of Section 24, Township 21, ihence wcHt 80 'chaini1,  thonce fouih 80 cbuio?, thence ca-st  80 chuinr-, thenco north 80 chains  io p.nce 11 c-Jtijuionrcinont. c-on-  11\ in ii g G-iO ucres more oi 1os*j.  .Sc.ibed on posl Ni U J Vn N.L'c '  fircTKTRAM Jamks Ta*k>:h,  Dim Clark,'figent  DnioJ Dfcemler Ulli, 1910.  ItUIMWT I.\Nt)   I) 181'KICT  ON'not.  of  liiii-iftt  T.AKV, i.m \i"- iim n'n-i V,\-mV,������,  oi Viinci.uvo-, 11, C, v.ini������;(l  svonmii, in i-ntU lo npp'y f r pur*  niif-shn In purolii',-0 ll.i; fi-llnwing  .lnwrilirrl   f ....!���������-���������      '���������'\.<*;. >-. .-':        .ll  " ' fi  pnFl plunliil lit tli"    iiOllliWJ'Kfi-or  nor if Miction    IK'i,  Town^h'p  I),  tlll.'liCII I'llM c\t) fhiiillH, llll'tiu; hulltll  80 clui'iiH, tl o co  wet   H) cl'niiii*,  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE  notice   I lint*   Richmond  Clmilos IMpr of Vnncouvor, lb C,  JBroker intends lo npply   for  per  miifiion to purchnfe Iho following  do-scribed Inntbr-Coinniencing nt  n post pliinicil nt :f  pest   botwoen  Section 18kj Township 9, nnd Sect  ion 13, Township 20, th?nco woe't 40  oimin?,  Ihonco  fouth   .0 clininu,  tin nco west ������J0 chnini*, tlience iouth  SO chninH; ll.ciKiMiiiHi  <10  chninH,'  th('i*cu norlh 40 chninH, thoiuc pupI  '10 rlmine, thence rorlli BOcluiine to  pincoof coinnioiiMHrionl, conlniuing  6*10 ncrc-8 moio or 1c,������k  Scrihed ou pom HCB'm N Ecor.  lllCHMONI) ClIAHl.Kfl  HllW,  Dun Clark, ngont',  DntodDcconiher libh, HHO.  'JtUPUUT IANIJ DiariUCT  I,linlrlot of lltipirl,,  TAKI') NOTIOK tlmt  folwanl  Dvlce,  of Hii plinnitou, NY, oonclininn.iiii'i mi to  apply for r������r.nisHlon to purohmu llm fol-  town.-, iliifcrlhoj liimb:���������Coinumiiainnff nt  ti pi������t plnntod 'J  miloi    wcut   ol   tliu  honti. emit oornor of Nation fit, To,vnnlii|>  .'(), ihonco wo.t 80 oluiiim, ihiMico   anutn  HO chniiiN, thonoo osflt 80 chains, tninco  nonh HO olminM tn plnco ofonniinoiia nnont,  i onti inliiK (IKIaornn, moro or Ihhi.  Suiilxxl on poHt KD'ii N.K, oornor.  KinvAiui Dvkh,  Dim Clnrk, Agont.  DaUIt jluUIUlUUf l-'lll,   liMU.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  DiBlriot of Rupert  TAKE notice that , MarRiicrii������  Leitch of Vantouvi-i', B.C., occu-  pnti'iii yakflnrly, inlonris lo apply  for pprminsion to purclin>o iho following described lunib: -  ��������� CiimtneH'ing nt a pout planted  ;it the north eat-l eornir of iSee'ibn  34, To^'nfihi'p 20, tboncu xmt. fiO  oliain?, ihonco fomh *S0 tluiinsi,  thenco oii8i SO cliuiuJ, ihonco norlli  SO chiiins lo place of conimor.cfl-.  mont, continuing C40 acres, nioic,  or lena.     .��������� '  Scrihed Jn pos-\ M.L.'b N. K cor,  MAB-fil'KIIlTR l.BlTCIli     '���������  Dan', Clnik, Agent,  )alod Deoomlior 10th, 1910.  RUPERT L\NI)  DISTU1GT  t Dietrict of Rupeit  TAKE notico thai Edrn Fi*lier  Bponcor of Alimcda, Cal,, innrrifd  womnn, inlMidii to npply for per*  minion io porjuipo tlio following  (lcFcrihcil IiiikIp:--  CoiTiiYionciug at a pout p'anlf.d  nt tho froulh wwt corner of Section  2 Township '21, thencn. (nmt 80  chnini', thence north SO ch-ninp,  il.oreo wo*u 80 riuiinw, tliPiicn KUitU ,  80 cliaiim to plnco of commonci1.-  niunt, c(>nt|iiniug IMO ucres more or  Scr'bod on poet K.K.K.V SW.nnr.  Edna Kiriikh Sphnokh  Dan Clark, Agent.  Dated Don in Imr 1Cili, 1010.  Rurr.r������T laki/ i'i.^nijoi  DiHlriut oi Itnpert.  fJf.������Vv.^<#i(;,alt'HTitlnloroiiulil������:liw*)iiiciif).'iii *****            |                 p  ���������S ���������J������k'JiCZl/ibnii'i\<l. Pnli? In threo dfirroeo !  iuPwmvi ci .'.nvii,nh-:\'u. 1, <-i; ho- a i ���������������.i,^!**!"!^**^'*"*^**'"-^^^^.-^  wiiVV   O I0.li',.i'i*.e!,tioncot;.r;!i N������.!(, ur������ iK'iMfl PI."  l.'Ar1  Til li"  VTW;  \-f    mmmJ   Buhl hy ~l* a������*U6f*l������t9,pr ������a.C j ,..,, ., ,.v..,  '     , .  . ���������  ,  ������.,,. , ..  foihl hy all tifUfif/Uita, or *w.c .   ,    ..     *    , . . ., , .... . ,.  iiif.i*.'i;-i f.i it.o.*(4 ot i-rhi*     OM.) ONE DOLLAK A i r-All.  yri*i* 'k*J������)ili!ft!,. AddM/'n;   THK  -teW-ttCIUMM*DO-Id*?*'*la-Our. linrtmrlunif'-Uif.  \  way wiw of   the   Union   '"''Olliery |()|f|M,,, r(lMll S( r!.���������j���������.. .,,  Conipnuy by any   penoh   ,u'   |M-r-  h.imh    v.er*pt ������ain rreM'    i.'S',,'i*,-l *y  prohi'-iled,    ICnipioyeir   -re  -ub'  ���������fi- i., ..'ii-iiiic^a! for nlb.wiiig  cum"  Uy hider  W.  h.  COULKOX,  tifiH-ni) i\l:)n.'i;;i,r.  /*>!*.      I   t  (j.'iin noi cii'i'i-iit,   cuiiliii i; a    'i-IO  acti H ni'Ho nr l< r*  !x!',h.'iloo I'o ������ D  I.'   N. \V   cor.  Di:i.i\ l-'nooKf,  Dun Clark, Annul.  |).i(<-il Di-t-MDbvr }.i\i, IUIQ.  ?Snv^iiAmA^>^^V^^mC3   ,T,AKI': "oU^'thHt ir������ii.lwAfhhy  ^   v ***r 0t Vitiioonvor, Ii,C , tnnrmcl woman  O. H TARBELL     f   '"������������������ndw to npply for pcrmbfiion lo  ������ ., ,  i-i,,-,!.-i-iii-T   i    t     paiV.'niiM   ������bu    SniiiOtilig   uc'cnbeil  J      mmammat^mmmi, m      ������������������     1       Jn|���������|r;^  {HIPiH fil?AhF  ^TftVFSj!    ComnuMicinjmt n   p m  iitnn'ci  } Ami nit KITCHEN.. UTbNHILS f   3, T.'WIii'liip 21,  lli.'!U'o  noclh    HO  y . ...... 1   chrtlrc,-' Ilu lire ��������� wcM    80 da i up,  '!    jDOrtSmCDS llOOdS   l ���������������������������! RO olmln*  in  placj ol ,,.1*..  iiiit-i-.itiiiiivit, coniainini.', iHi) titr.*  , nmrn or Icrw       !  |    Sc,il,,,l-o,MWI..IvA.-.������.cnr.  W^-V-������-^-"ll' l>.,tt,l ������������������,;���������, r Vef'h*'l!>l������: AeMl'  t  I i. i..ME������.>������^i)K,nHB������cMnv"MS'K,'iV>.H*^'kjlihfl~)'r'  .**' *- * -"V  -l-*7t  '���������-1  TIIE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C  DEWARE OF BLOOD-POISON  Zani-Biik is a Sure Curo  Mr. .las. Davey. of 7SG Elllce- Avenue.  Winnipeg,1 says:���������<*'A lew mon thii ���������  since I was cured of a poisoned finger  .through the*'timely uso of /.am-Biik.  "1 cut a deep Rash across Iho  knuckle on tho first finger of iny  right hand in opening a*-lobster can. I  suffered at the Uuie with tho soreness  and pnin, but had no idea it would becomes a serious wound. . However, in  about two days I was ureal ly alarmed;  as my whole hand aud arm to the elbow became suddenly Inflamed, and  the finger was much discolored, showing signs of blood-poisoning. The  pain was dreadful, ami I waa foreed  to leave off my work nnd go home.  "The wound on tho knuckle had  been poisoned by dust and dirt get-,  tins into It. 1 then decided Uv try the  Zum-Hnk treatment," and IiuxIiik-first  bathed lhe out, I applied the healing  balm. It soothed-the pain almost instantly, and by next day there was,  ���������tx Kront Improvement.  "In a week's time, .throuRh perser-  vcranre with I his wonderful preparation, a complete cure was brought  nbout,"  Zam-Mulf ta just as good for -eczema,  ulcers, scalp sores,' abscesses, piles,  ringworm, boils, varicose ulcers, running sores, cold sores, chapped hands,  otc. It draws all poisonous foulness  from n wound or sore and then bonis.  if so 11 too, for cuts, burns, bruises and  ill skin injuries, Zam-Buk Soap  should ������������������bo used in conjunction to the  balm for washing wounds and sore  places. Excellent too, for baby's  hath.  ��������� All*, druggists and stores sell Zam-  Iluk at, fUiV. box and Zam-Buk Soap at  L'5c iahlet. Post free upon receipt of  price from Znifi-Buk Co.. Toronto.  Distinction  Marks���������So when you got homo from  the ������������������club last night your wife was  weeping.   ,*..  Parks.���������I said nothing of the sort.  I said she was crying.^ It's when a  woman is sad sho weeps; when sho  cries she's hopping mad.  SICKLY BABIES CRY  HEALTHY  BABIES  SMILE  Baby's cry indicates distress���������his  ���������miiie health and contentment. The  mother may bo snr'o���������there never was  i baby .who cried for the fun of it.  Baby's disposition is naturally a hap-  ->y one and"it is only distress such as  may be brought -on by a disordered  ���������ondiUon of the stomach or bowels  that can.*change this. So, mothers, to  keep your baby happy'you must keep  him well���������Baby's Own Tablets will do  this. Concerning them Mrs. Chas.  V'otvin, Causapactia,. N. 9., writes:  "Baby's ."Own Tablets have proved ah  "xcelient remedy for my baby. 1, had  been using syrups, but tbey failed to  help him and he cried constantly. The  Tablets cured him and now he is a  Tat,* healthy cliild." The Tablets are  ���������j3ol(L-hy^_mediciiiG__tlealerfl-or��������� hy-i_mn.il.  at, ,25 cents a box from. The Dr. Williams' Medicine, Co., Brockville, Ont.  Hurried Touch  "I haven't beard from .my son, who  is touring Europo. I am somewhat  worried."  "What, is his next stop?"  "Monte Carlo."  "Then you'll hear from him."  Self Evident  ��������� "Beforo wo married you called mo  nn -angel." ,,  "And   I  still  do so.    Are you not  continually harping?"  One Best Bet.  Plaintiff (in lawsuit)���������"So you  think 1 will get tho money, do you?"  His Coiinscd.���������"I think wo will got  it."���������Puck.  STO1  You don't have to mix  "111tick Knight" Stove  Polish.  There i.s uo black watery  liquid to Btain your hands  or dirty the floor.  There is no "hard brick''  to Kcrnpc���������no trouble���������uo  waste���������no hard rubbing,  "Hlack Knight" ia a fmu  paste���������ready to'use-  quickly applied���������and shines  quick as a wink.  It's a.s simple and easy to  use a.s shoe polish, aud a  biff stove can be sinned  with it almost as easily.  Ferluipn ynurd'iilcritoei nnt liandlo  "Illiifk Kiil������lil" Htor* PoIIhIi, If tn,  neii'i inc. I*i u Ul); cm, lire |.o-.l|.,������ii,  THK 1 ���������'. V. DALI.RV CO. MMl TKU,  Hamilton. Ont. 20  ������.itri tf C*������ /���������������.������.! "31. 1" tltt hllta,  ARLINGTON CHALLENGE  WATERPROOF COjLLARS  at a tho be������l over mud-* and ate  I Qunfuniood |o QivpyoM tmtwljiq**  ���������' ,"fion, At������Haa������i6fiiof|iefHlu*2fl(J",'*>  utfltino  ������t>lo ������pd nun required,  18 Fmset Ave., Toionlo, OnUno  W. N. U. No. 072.  THE SCIENCE OF CRIME    .  Misdeeds Committed   and    Criminals  Detected by Modern Invention  Police routine work, the walking of  beats, the direction of traffic, the  quelling of strike riots-���������these activities, avers AinsworlhMitchell, a British authority on the investigation of  crime /will never again evolve th'o  skilled 'detective. Time 'was when n  policeman became a detect'lvo through  his experience in tlio station house-  Today the investigation of crime* and  its methods must enter tbe detective  service by another dooi���������that of applied science. That is lo say, the  criminal ln our age becomes more and  more a scientist.- The swindler and  tho murderer are proving themselves  psychologists of power, chemists of  great knowledge, electricians Of gen-  iusv Tho great, dutcctivo must ineot  ���������iho groat criminal -upon a plane of  intellectual eiiunllly., Ho falls to do  that nowadays,' and this circumstance  accounts for the relatively largo  amount of undetected and mysterious  crimes. ' .���������'' .,'*���������"  Let us consider, for Instance,, the  crime of murder. The general public  have littlo idea of tho number of murders that pass undetected'.owing to  the chemical cxpertness revealed hi  disposing of tbo body of the vlctlni.  This ia tho scientific problem involved  in'all murder. ,Thc bungling murderer does not know how to dispose of  (he body of his victim, whereas the  scientific criminal can do so.   ''-,���������  With what Increasing advantage and  success the weapons forged by scientific research can be utilized in the  war of society upon tho criminal has  been sliotyn in various recent; trials.  Of all modern agencies electricity,  says Mr. Mitchell, Is one of the. most  effective, if,not for detecting, at least  for'capturing the criminal. The man  in the street, is not quick at. grasping  the possibilities of a novel invention.  At first it is popularly" regarded as a  new toy, a matter of amazement and  of amusement, but of no:moment in  fho practical affairs of men. * So it  was in our own day with the telephone, the phonograph, the blograph,  tho miracle of the X-ray, of radium  and of wireless telegraphy. A great  Invention must prove itself and so  live. Still wo find it hard to believe  that, tlie utility of the telegraph was  once in such grave doubt that even  when it transmitted messages with  speed over hundreds of miles tho public could uot take it seriously. Not  until the telegraph had shown its utility in the capture of. criminals did it  acquire any reputation "with public  men as a useful invention Instead of  a trifling toy, Prior to 'that- time the  invention had been little better than  a failure from a commercial point of  view. ���������'.-'���������  The telegraph has learned a. lot  about detective work since that timo.  It has dabbled in photography, and  is now able not merely to .describe  but to depict a fugitive Criminal. The  last word (so far, at any rate) on this  subject appears to be the . telecto-  ���������graph-hi vented-by-���������Tbom as-'-Bakerr  which, says Mr. Mitchell, "may also  bo used with wireless installation for  the transmission of simple pictures or  diagrams and by this way it would be  easy for a. ship at sea to send or to  receive portraits " Indeed, a picture  of the late King Edward was actually  transmitted in this manner.  In every department of crime nowadays science seems to have lent a hand  to make easy the work of the criminal  This circumstance greatly discourages  the layman who does not realize that  were the del.ee.tivo also an applied  scientist the forger, the thief and tho  murderer would be quickly apprehended. Tho criminal's own finger prints,  as everyone knows, are an infallible  means of identification, but the retort  and the microscope of the analyst are  equally fatal to the adepts In,the higher and more scientific classes of  crlmri.  In the old days tho murderer caught  redliandad could safely deny (he.bloodstain was human. The microscope  was unablo to contradict him." By a  method recently: discovered the analyst examining the minutest stain of  blood, dry and scarcely discernible,to  tbo naked oyo, on the garment of a  suspect, can tell to a certainty tho  species of animal In the , veins of  which it. originally, flowed, Thero ls  but ono exception to the rule. Tho  blood of the anthropoid ape gives tho  samo reaction as human blood, "Ono  might fancy the spirit of Darwin rejoicing ln this singular confirmation  of IiIh theories," Mr. Mitchell says,  The cautious murderer who resorts  <o Iho subtle agency of poison litis  oven more reason to dread the analyst  with his test tubo and bis microscope,  than has bis brother ln crlmo who  adgpts tho cruder method of bone  breaking and blood lotting, On this  bond it Is noteworthy that, a deal of  noiiHciiH.', from a scientific point of  vlnw, has been written by historians  about CaoBiir Ilnrgla and his sister.  Their poisons worn so nubile ami so  deadly that lhe loss of their secret in.  described as a blesHlng lo mankind.  Tho modern poisoner bus fluid, powder and perfume far moro subtle and  deadlier at bis disposal, yet ninoiiR  .them are none that could cludo ihe  scrutiny of modern Helcnm  Under llm pitiless eye ol' the micro-  scope the moht wklllful and delicate  handiwork of the rower Is of no avail.  i|)ors ho trace the forgery over pencil,  the microscope shows the pencil mark  iilniift U.c edges.  <  }���������  Tlio examining counsel looked  searchlngly at Michael Connors, stand-  ing six feet and three inches in the  witness box, of a western court room.  "What sort of a blow -was It which  you saw defendant give the plaintiff?"  asked the lawyer.  "Twould bo hard to describe, sorr,"  said Mr. Connors in his confidential  tone/1 but if any of you gentlemen is  willing to stop forward I could show  you easy."  Holloway's Corn Cure takes  corn out by the roots. Try it  prove it.  the  and  _ Artificial Eyes  Artificial eyes originated in Egypt.  At first they were made of gold and  silver, then of copper and ivory. In  tho sixteenth century porcelain was  the'substanco used, and tbe makers  advertised  themselves by    stamping  jheir jiamea and addresses   on tho  white of the eye.   Porcelain was sup  C.P.R. $1,000 Wheat Prise  The prizo of $1,0"0 in gold oilered  by Sir Thomas Shaughnessv, President of tho Canadian Pacific Railway  for tho best 100 pounds of bard red  wheat, grown in America and shown  ait the forthcoming land show at New  York, in November, is arousing great.  Interest among the Western Canadian  farmers The show, \yill be the biggest of its kind yet attempted and is  being supported by all tho leading-  land and irrigaion interests in America, as such is bound to be a success.  Sir Thomas Shaughnessy's prize of  $1,000 is not the only one of that magnitude that has been offered, but it is  relatively tho most important as  whereas the American prize givers  have been careful to limit the competitors to United States farmers, Sir  Thomas Shaughnessy has shown his  firm confidence ln Canadian products  by throwing lhe contest for-his prize  open to all farmers of the continent  of America.   From the stand taken bv  X.nited_S_tates__leading donators-.wo'f.  prizes, it is very evident thai, thev  erceded by glass, which again has glv-! are afraid that tho Canadian farmer  en place to enamel  A Simple and Cheap    Medicine.---A  simple, cheap and effective medicine  is something to be desired. There is  no medicine so effective a regulator  of the digestive system as Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills. They nre simple,  they aro cheap, they can bo got anywhere, and their beneficial actton will  prove their recommendation. They  are tho medicino of the poor man  and those who wish to escape doctor's bills will do well in giving them  a trial.     '  ".What havo they put up their scaffolding around the church tower ror?"  "It's for short-sighted people who  want to know the time."  No Ability To  Digest Food!  NERVOUS  SYSTEM  SO  EXHAUSTED THAT VITAL ORGANS ARK  FEEBLE  IN ACTION  Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food  Lady Parson  One of the embarrassments of tho  lady, parson, wbo Is now quite familiar  in America, is illustrated by tho following story:  A young lady who. was the parson  of a small town in a Western State  was called to tho door of the parsonage one day and saw thero a much  embarrassed young German farmer.  "Dey sny de minister llfed in dis  house." he said.-  "Yes." replied the fair pastor. ,  "Veil���������m���������1 vant to kit merrit."  "To get married? Very well, I can  marry you," said the ministeress encouragingly.  "Oh, but I got a girl already.'.'  Ignorance, when it is voluntary,  criminal.���������Johnson.  is  MinardV, Liniment Cures Colds, Ac.:.  "Smith's eldest boy ran awny from  homo."   UI__supposeLj3mttl^sJurious__aLhlm?���������  "Xo, I think he rather envies him."  Enjoyment  tonight may mean suffering tomorrow, but not if your stomach,  liver, mid bowels are helped  to do  their  natural  work by  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  ���������eld Everywhere.  In boxoa tSc  Feminine Applause  "What on earth do you keep clapping for?    That last singer was nw-  fwl 1"  , "I know, but I like the stylo of her  ,clotlies,-and-l.-want-to-bavo-anotlier-  lookat tbem."  ��������� Stock HeadlnjjB  "Joined In Juno" Is Hie way n southern newspaper heads u  wedding vo.  port,    Tills migg������slH.n  taw other al*  lltoratlojiH, iih "Kaslonod In l'Vibruray," I by noting your Incroaso ln weight  i" Mnlrwl In Mn" " A Htiehod In   Aiti-nil " I     ftf   Pbnno'n V/*������m'n Yntyil   Kit rr.nl  "Hplleod In BeplcmbOr," and "Divorced (box. (I boxes for $2,n0, nt nil donlpru,  Tho digestive system Is a wonderful ploco of machinery, but power Is  necessary to mako It erf cell ve.  In this case tho power is tho norvo  forco contained In tho body, ninl 11  tho norvo forco is lacking tho dlges-  tivo system becomes crippled and  thoro ls suffering from Indigestion,  nervous headaches, uouralglo pain*,  illzsiy spoils, weakness and discouragement, f  ��������� Strength cm not bo regained from  tho food you cal so long as digestion  Is ho Imperfect, but you can bo restored by Dr. ('huso's Norvo Food, which  contains In condensed pill form tbo  very obunonts of naturo which go to  form now nerve force,  Overwork, worry, anxiety nnd ov  cosslvo mont nl effort ox-haust 11m nervous system ut n, .iromondous rato,  and repair must bo made boforo nomo  dreadful form of nervous disease n<-Ih  In, Dr, (!1iuso'h Norvo Food Invigorates tbo nerves which control tho  digestive fluids, sharpens lhe sjpcUto,  Is slightly Inxutlvo, no as lo oncour-  ago tho action of tho bowels and  strongtlious ovory organ of tho body,  , Vou can uho this treatment fool Iiik  corluln that ovory dOBo is doing ynu  hit least some good, and cnn provo It  might capture all the prizes which  would be a severe blow to the United  Stales agriculturalists, nearly all the  other competitions arc limited to the  United States farmers, Canadian farmers being barred. Evidently tbis is  a free admission thai Canadian farm  products arc superior lo (hose of the  United States and thai the Americans are afraid io meet the Canadian farmers in open competition.  By offering a prlzo of-this magnitude  Sir Thomas Shaughnessy is doing a  great, deal to encourage the Canadian  farhier to grow clean, healthy cropB-  and word, received recently announces that as tho time for competition of Sir Thomas Shaiighnossy's  plecj-j of work, and it could hardly ���������bo*'  lng shown by the farmers in the land  show. The farmers reulizc that the  contest is of an International nature  and that Canada's reputation must bo  upheld. Conseriuently many farmers  in the West lmvo amhttlohs to en ter  tho contest and enquiries as.-to Iho  conditions of the competition are  pouring into tho Eastern offices of the  (J.P.R. from all sides.  llosidos tho $1,(100 prize offered bv  Sir Thomas Shaughnessy. Canada will  gain further proiiilnonco through the  C.P.U.'s exhibit.    This'exhibit .will  bo of an unusually, novel and..Interesting naturo anil 11; will undoubtedly  mako New Yorkers "sit up and lake  notico",   First of all (hero will be a  ilepuro  of  a    complolo    homestead  done ontlroly in seeds and grassos,  Mr. J. V, Nash, who has boon at the  CP.R.'b   Demonstration    Farm    nt  Stratbmoro, Alta, preparing tho exhibit does with seeds and grasses what  othor nrtlsts do with brush und can-  was.   Tho homes!cad Ih an oxqulslte  plnco of york, nnd II. could hardly he  bollovod Ihat. a picture, which at a  dlstanco of Ion foot, cannot bu distinguished from au oil painting, could bu  constructed from llio nmlorials used, |  A largo mat Into which many native t  grasses havo linen woven, ls another!  fcnluro which Is suro lo attract con-1  Hidorablo attention.   Al, present Mr. |  N'ush nud his assistants aro doHlgulngJ  a largo elk,   Tlio covorlng of Hoods j  nml grasses Ih now bolng woven for;  the stucco figure of this oik whicli  will have real ant lorn.   Tho eyes of  tho oik will bo UUimlnalod from (ho  Inside and tho wholo figure, when finished will bo a triumph of Ingenuity,  Tho other features of the oxhiblt will  ho equally intoi'stliig and novel,  Children Often Need * la������tiv������-bu< y������u <*��������������� *������ t������������  . . careful what you give them.  Harsh  purgatives Injure the bowtls and payo the way for  life-long troubles.   The new  evacuant in      _____m__aKS_f&&*\VB______r.M_*Mt I'  does the work most  effectively without Irritating the bowels  or causing any discomfort.   The children like them for they taste  like candy.   One of the most popular of the NA-DRU-CO preparations.  i!3c. a box; II your drueclat ho not V������t ���������locked them, sand 25c, anJ w������ will mull tlicm. 20 ]  Nfttio-Bftl Drag aai Chemical Campaar at Canada, limited,      ���������      V    -Montreal.  mt  :*L.,  jm.1  WM  WI?  \*0  The Lamp That  Saves The Eyes  7i  in  UecuiuhtM'.  TRT MURINE EYE REMEDV  Vtalii,^������ikt'Haurft\StftfjtjMtf\l 1  m \^i.^���������-yyjimJr\aaiL������ai.aiZLiDi������ m  MarinflDMin'tBtnarb-SootheaGjNiPtla  tmsmla S������| Uatka tt* Mmaif, IktU. tb. Ua. ������t.W  Muita* Era Safta, la AiapUf TuWi, IS* iXJOm  EYt DOOM AND ADVIC* PUSH HY VAlh  MurUv*EyttR������m������dyCo*Chioa������0  Wouldn't It Jiir Vou?  Mrs. Van Volga Nnrvc.���������Cjin you  u-jilt oii ni������ Ininioilhifi'ly? I'm In n  livr-nt. hurry,  "VeH, lot mo hnve your proscription," t*ald tho lmrrawil druggist,  "F hnvo no proscription, I wnnt you  to look up n number for tno in tbo  ���������(���������I'-phono  book."  ur k'.iliiuinsoii, Hates w. Vo��������� i.uuucil,  Toronto.  Children naturally never think of  possible strain on lheir eyesight when  poring over a fascinating book.  It is up to you to see they do not ruin  tlieir young eyes these long evenings  by reading under a poor light.  The Rayo Lamp is an insurance  against eye 'troubles, alike for young  and old.    ���������  The Rayo is a low-priced lamp, but it is constructed on lhe soundest  scientific principles, and there is not n belter lamp made at any price.  It is ear-y on tho eye because its light is so soft and white and  widely diffused,   And a Rayo Lamp never flickers.  Etiily limited without removing ill uie or chimney j  eatyfti clem and rewictc.  Solid liiatilliiougliout, with handiorne nickel fmlili; alio in many oilier ityl������������nd finiihck  Am your dealer IoiJiow you lilt lino of Riyo limp,n at writo (or <!*icripllvt circular  lo any i|������ncy el  The Imperial Oil Company, Limited  General Canova  (lonornl Canovn, llm commander of  tbo lliillaii torccH in Tripoli who u';ih  roportcd enptured by tho Turku In nn  attack on Tripoli, Ih ono of Italy's  boat Hohllfirn, Hn l������ ft ciivnlry offber  and lum lung boon noted for hln ability to bandlo lnr������n bodloa of men.  "[ cxpo-i't to v,'al*:c up fomo day nud  ilC fnmoiifl."  ftoofi tin ilrMiTiilmr. eld mini."  flnil niyHclC fnmoiifl."  "noiioi'"  Lighthouse Without Keeper  A  volcano  on  tho Inland  of  San  Salvador Kcrvoti the pnrponu of a Iluht-,  hoiiHo, mul It. rciinh'OH tho iitlontlon j  ot no hopper.    The   volnuilo    light-1  Iiouho  Ih nhout  olubt iiiIIoh    Inland !  from iho port oi Acitjmla.   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Murfree Case
A Woman's Faithfulness. Saved
the Day
Copyright by American Press Association, 1911. l  ~
The nssistunt ��� district __ attorney
pushed bnck bis chair with a gesture
al weariness. "Is flint nil, Jackson?"
he asked ut the elerUnt bis elbow.
���"Here arc tbe pupers tn tho Murfreo
case. Mr. Chalmers," replied the man,
thrusting a -shear of papers betore
bis superior. "Mr. l.nniry was working on ihem when be wns stricken,
tnd he mudo memora'uda ot nil. the
most Important"���
"Very well; lenvo them on'tny desk,
snd 1 will go over the matter this
When ho was ulone CUalmers arose
ind paced the (lour wltb quick, Impatient strides. Ills broud shoulders
bunched despondently and1 bis genial
face was graven ln Jlnes of- care us
be went lo and fro.
The day hud been full'.of disagreeable buppenlngs. lie had returned
thnt morning trom a long trip abroad
to Dud his chler stricken wltb apoplexy on the eve of a great legal
fight. The principal malefactor In this
case was a rich num. James White
ilurfree, and It happened that Murfree wns the man who bnd run a race
witli Chalmers for the baud and heart
of Alice Lelgb. and Murfree, with the'
money, had won.
Suddenly the outer door of his ofllce
���wung operand closed. A tall mnn.
clad in a richly furred overcoat, walked swiftly to bis desk and looked down
at him with-the patronizing stare of
Jnmcs White Murfree.
Chalmers  motioned toward a chair
-nnd challenged the other's errand witb
frank Inquiry In his brown eyes.
Murfree's long, pale face did- uot
change color under the scrutiny.    Ills
"HaId."worked his way np from a penniless boyhood to the honorable position
tie now b��ld,v  ,. '*  *:
Would he "exchange Ills liy no means
large Income for tbe million) If he
fought -Murfree .and .Murfree1 won. in
the end, tlien'Mhrrreo' could "break"
the nssistunt district attorney.
It wns'-a; tempting proposition; aud
Chalmers hesitated. Ills head dropped
lower until'hta face was quite bidden
in, his hands. There wus no sound
,save-"the ticking of the-clock., iind a
distiint roar-or tralllc from lbe "street
tnr below. ^
He was a lonely,mau. He lived at
his club, and It'was his lot to spend
long (evenings "there, and bis wistful
eyes ��� would often follow the careless
and reluctant home golug of easy nuns red men. ,, ��� '!
Tbe Inner door opened softly and his
secretary stood on lbe threshold. Shu
was young aud straight and slim, with
soft, steady dark eyea nud a iulst ot
dusky Imlr which emphasized tbe pat*
lot" of her checks and the scaclet of
her lips.
She looked nt the bent head ot her
employer with strange liitenrness;
then with a quick movement sho leaned forward.and removed tho'.'packet
of documents lu the case of tho state
versus .Initios Murfree ct nl.
Instantly she regained her own office
she sat do wn beforo it- desk nud
folded und addressed letters wllh careful precision. IIer cheeks were flushed
now, und a pulse bent quickly lu tier
pretty throat above.lbe rrlll of whlta
niching. .
After awhile the outer door opened
again and Murfree's harsh volco
broke the silence.. .The girl listened
There was .the sound of a scraping
chair, a long interval of silence nnd the
door opened and closed behind lb-ens-
sifctnnt district attorney. His face
wore a look of acme anxiety.
"Miss Walnwrlght.""he asked, "have
you seen the papers In the Murfree
ease? It Is very-singular. They were
ou my desk a few moments ago, and
now tbey bave completely disappeared." .rile eyed ber keenly. He had
long depended on her to straighten
out the tangles iu the dally routine ol
liis office, nud' ndw he came instinctively, to her for help.
The girl arose to'ber feet and faced
him..-, She leancdr against the'desk In'
If for support, and. her bauds -were
clasped lightly together. ' Her lipa
parted olid her breath died away lh a
frightened little gasp.
"Have you "seen tbe papers?",, ha
repented. '     "������-���-<'
"Yes." she enld. "1 have hidden
"Hidden them!" be cried -with dis-
Now    Mom     Modish
Than  Classio' Effects.
Fronch  Detective Got Wrong Clue to
"Mona Lisa."
OH hours tbe French sleuth bad
followed the mau through d.crt-
oua  highways and  byways,  tbo
unsuspecting   follow   slouching   along
;wlth hla canvas roll'held tightly under
bis nrm.
"Aha." hissed the smiling detective.
"I bave beem at setose."
He came a little closer. Spots of
paint wero "distinctly visible on the
cunvtts roll.
The sleuth sprung' forward aud
snatched away the package.
"1   ur-r-rest'you," ' ho  dramatically
cried, "for y,e theft of zegr-r
Lisa: "
The suspect stared at the sleuth, and
the sleuth stared at the unrolled Canvas.
��� "Monsieur," said Uio suspect calmly,
"I will thank you to return to me my
And taking the canvas garment from
tbo detective's nerveless Angara he
con Un tied along the road to Passy,���
Cleveland Plain Denier.
Over n petticoat of fed velvet this
molro silk tunic, nlso lu the rich red
shade, ls most gracefully draped to
suggest folds of fabric swathing the
figure. Above .the tunic ts n little
bodice.of.-red chiffon, showing the new
double sleeve. ��� ~"
Dangerout Story.
A Yale undergraduate has been having a fairly lively time of it during bis
summer vacation and when tho allowance has not been keeping schedule
lie was invited out to dinner wltb
his mother, and he was seen lo get a
bit nervousTwhcn she began one of her
favorite stories.' Tills concerned tbo
''burning pf their home, on which occasion tbe son's watch, left on a. bureau,
wus found ticking in tbo ruins nfter
the,bouse had bceii destroyed.
At. the conclusion of the story the
college boy jumped up abruptly, and
left the room with-his handkerchief
over his face ns if suddenly seized
with nosebleed. . He did not return
for several mluutcs. by which time
tho conversation drifted.
After dinner the ���'undergrade" chum
nsked the significance of tho move.
/Til-toll you. but nobody else," snld
he.    "When mother told ihat story I
'was afraid she was golug to nsk me
to show the watch;"���Chicago i'ost.
Text, "Vo nre U.c- F.ait or the eartb"-
Matthew v, 13.
Tho; UJble ls. a dictionary  of linest
similes.    Eagles, storks, doves; sycamores,  almonds,  apples;   rubles,  s-'-.ii>-
reat ���Monii ' Plllrcs'   pearls;   animals,   bints,   llsh,
I Mowers���all   nre   part'  of   wonderful
imagery   used   to   illustrate   speech.
Now the Ximiroue holds up a crystal
pf eait beforo bis disciples-" Ye are
the salt of the earth."   That, convened
a picture'to the ancients,"  The nation
that had much of it was rich.   Among
savage tribes a bag of salt was worth
moro  than  a  man.    Teutons  waged
\vr,r "for  salt streams:    Oldest  trade
roads were salt routes.    Via Salariu
(salt road), oldest In'Italy, was mad-a
to carry salt for Kuiuuli-s.   Knmnii soldiers were paid an'allowance for -salt
��� thoir "solarium," or '/salary," hence
jr^ worthless   soldier   "not   worth   tits
(salt."    Tho Jews prized it highly be-
icause they lived In a  warm climate
! where food was dlrfieult to keep, Their
| rcllglon-^made it necessary  to use ir
in sacrifice.    It was sold  in temple
market.   So Christ was using a familiar
figure.   Their mission was to cleanse
and sjveoten the world, to keep ll from j
decay.   If they defaulted in ihat they
were flat; tasteless'failures, indeed.
I'acb cow's udder shonJtl be
thoroughly cleansed betore milk-
ing.-und iho hands of ihe milker
Mioukl be. iitaotutciy clean ami
The mill; should bo strained
through one thickness of clean
while Uanitcl and then should be
quickly coobd uud well aired.
Pouring or dipping the uillU?
several limes from one cun to
nuotner rapidly accomplishes
this |iorr��isf,
Win.*.' mill:-''should neier be
poured into cold milk, nur should
the iih,h!'s mill', be mixed with
lhe imn'iiin;;':*. milk.
Mills should neter he exposed
lu foul air iii lbe cow siulile or
hi dirty Ian!.*; before it la dell**.-
oml to the cieniuery.
Tainted, miii-.i.v or moldy feed*
should inner ic mtwh) In the
dairy herd rat Ions,
Aii.accevdblo mipply of pure
cold water should always be
available lor tho herd
Woody milk or linn from a
sk.-k cow should cowl' be mixed
with the wholesome milk,
'Please return them id me
coid gray eyes surveyed tho younger
' man wltb n spcculntlvo lulcrest."
"Know why I'm here*" nsked Murfreo suddenly.    ���'(."���'..',������
Chalmers nodded curtly. '"^ot hard
to conjecture." '
"No uso tackling old Lnndrjr, even It*
ho bnd not crumpled up on-���.the Job-
heard ymi woro horo and they, sent mo
around." y :���;'
"Nothing doing," remarked Chalmers
trimly. -    y
"Now, boo hero. Chalmers," urged
tlio'millionaire. "This iirTulr.'s likely
to go my way, anyhow, and* It won't
need nny pushing In cither direct Ion
for you to help me along. Just restrain
youraelf from being bo blanked com
DCloiitloinr, and"-
Chalmers held up n Imnd, '."No use.
Jdurfreo, I'd rot lior It wus Homebody
��l��o bnd tbo Job. but If I intfe It-I'll
do llio s(|unrc thing, you can bunk on
"Wa a matter of n cool million for
you," HiiggcHted Murfree. Iil* nhurp
���yes greedily noting lhe pa punt Chub
mew was gntlii'rlng togfiliur.' "Don't
be a fool-It will make you a rich inan
for llfo."
"Heuiembor. Murfreo, Hint It'jino use
for you to strain your mental forces
trjlug to liiiilerstiind my tiioilVcs for
keeping my hands cieno In mich mat-
tern uh yours. When you picked mo
out tor bribery you got bold .of tbo
xvroiiff mnn"
Murfreo arose wltb tx linrnh. laugh.
"I'll give you time to think It over,
ri,flim��r" \xwt ������>!�� <��* fi<"i ''i'i *'ci*ii.
IW! bnrlt nt 11 oVlaolc for 'vmir nn-
���wcr. If you agree, nil you've got to
do Is to Iohc thut bunch of tncrtmlnat-
tnj,' -avWem-c^ ob. I'll admit J��, is on
rui���where I can pick It up. und I'll
turn over gorernnienl bonda for ten
hundred ihounniid.   hu mngv ���
Tbe dour cloned behind his swag-
KcrlnR form, nnd Chnltncn* nat down
with bent liwd, mnrliig blilcrly n�� the
papera on bin denk. When Murfree'-*
imnUhmcnt hud iwcn meted otu. men
���Would aiiother wroiiir iiKalnit ��he pco
liie bo avenged. IVmon/uiy there wn*
i-ronll natlsfactton In getting the b*��t
��f h1�� Kttccwflful rlvnl
Murfree had balled Id* book well. A
million dollars wa* n templing roowl
to dangle iwfors* Iho eye* of n man
���rbo bad, at Murfree nad Nnccrlugiy
at ouce."
"1 will not." said tho girl deliberately.
"What?"..he flashed round nt her.
'She".clung'desperately to the desk,
and when she spoke there'wns an obstinate note in ber low voice: "I enn-
lot return them.to you, Mr. Chalmers,
1 hope you will forgive me. I could not
relp It���It nil happened so quickly. "I
overheard what he said hi* there no
hour iigo"- Sbe nodded toward his
private olUcc. ���>
Chalmers regarded ber curiously.
"Well?" he said defiantly, "('.runted
that you did overhear what was not
iniendcd for your ears. I cannot,see
that you were justltled'ln"- He hesitated.-
"1 was afraid." ahe" stammered
brealhlessly-"l was afraid you would
give tbe papers to bim:"
Tbo assistant district attorney laughed harshly. The Intrusion of n ner-
sotiiil uoto In-the.dull routine ot hla
otllco wits not distasteful, though It
���was���'unexpected; ilnd there wns something In the mutinous bearing of tha
girl (hat compelled his ndmlrntlou
Kor three years she had woiked
faithfully tit hi�� elbow. Corel ui. painstaking nnd cheerful, she ropitwnted
tho highest-typo or lhe rellned business womnn, and CbiUmers realized in
that moment that to ueKnunhMJine*
und co-operation might bo aKcrlbyd a
degrtfo of the hdccokh ho had .attained.
He wlnci'd now iih he recognized Uio
quality or tho courage Unit iind over*'
come lier extreme sensitiveness mid
reserve nnd emboldened her to defy
"1 nm nfrnld you lmve n poor opln-,
Ion ot my honor," he said', rather nvvii-
wurdly. :,    ��� ,
"Hut you hwtltiitcd, air," alio Raid
quickly, and then ua If conscious of
bur prciiuuiptloii twin's filled iior'eycu,
There wuh n lonj: hIIimicp.
"1 ������ ilfuiik yon,""he mild thickly. ,','1
believe' I would' Intro dono It 1f you
hnd not prevented nut,"
Alma Wiilnvyi'lRiit  wan pinning on
lier lint.  Her fiietf wn�� like snow, niid-
bcr Hi'iirle'i lip* were trembling. When
aho Hpal(o< It was with nverted eycit.
"Here ure'the piipcrH. Mr. Chuimorn.
Plenso forgive me,for my impertliipiico
niid-proHumntlon,     J   cuniiot   mine'
bnck,   I am very Horry; you muni find
another uecri'tnry."
Klio  moved  toward  the dnbr.  but
tbo large^framd of iho iiHslsinut dis-
.11.1   Ullt'l ill*)    'Hi* t.i'11    *�����"*    (Mill.
"Willi Ji'mlniMe, )iU"i-i\" bf "*:'!d 'n
n queer voire. "1 never-no one hii
over Hhnwn nny InlercHt In my mu-
ceiHeR or failure* beforo. I thnnk you.
It Is very bcnurlfiHto nic,   I -win to
Hnri�� ni'on tvnOjlmr 1�� dnrtdieeo-tie-
bind ii cloned door. Ktimclhlnjt. Una
lioppeiH'd, Mny I come hnd otpinln
It nfier this nrTnlr U otci V"
The Kllrer tongued ornior sinmmcred
awkwardly before her. mil to Her car*
hi* word* were nwwt-wt iuiikIc.
"I Pliull espect y��n," ��ite ��,iH, plic-
Ing Her band lu ni* oui*tretrin��*ri palm.
"I nin��t lire M'irfivc before run vn-fi
tint." be wild lightly, und be wont
Imrlc to accomplish tbat feat, widen
nun only Uie forcruiiriir of Hie total
dlsasiier Ihat felt upon Mtirffvt a f��w
���ays afterward.
Padding Embroidery.
Where heavy padding ia desired under embroidery try using little wAds
of rnw "cotton Instead oytilling In tbo
udded space witb many s'titchea of
doming thread,������- ������-���
To pact a-scallop catch, up n bit of
raw cotton In your fingers and roll It
between the thumb' and foroilngcr
_H)tJL It Is the jciigtb/of- the scallop,
rbickin the" center, but" tapering "to tt
mere thread at each, end. Lay this
,ou 'thu sen I lop and with' a few mates'-
rial.   Embroider over: It in the usual
way. ;
Flowers have their petals padded by
making little cushion-like wads of cotton nnd catching thorn down to tho
material, well -inside tlie working line,
with ordinary sewing-cotton.
Coin dots .uud ribbon designs are
treated accordingly.
A Winter Motor Coat.
Uudycd sealskin Is not "nearly a�� expensive as tlm glossy dyed pelt, which
ls taken from u part of the animal
Ths Appearance of Evil,
"Sister Heuderson." said Deacon
Hypers, "you should avolu even the
appearance of evil."
"Why. deacon, what do you mean':"
usked Sister ^Henderson.
"1 observe that on your sideboard
you have several cut gluss decanters
and tbat each of them Is* halt tilled
with what appear to be ardent.spirits."
"Well, now, deacou. it isn't anytblug
"of ~ihe~klrftl:���Tbo~borties~ioofe~so-
pretty on' the' sideboard tbnt 1 Just
tilled ibeni halfway with soinp lloor
stain nnd furniture polish, Just for appearances."
I'Thut'a wby I'm cautioning you. sister." replied tbo deacon.. "Feeling a
trifle weak and faint,4 helped myself
to a dose from the big bottle tn the
middle."���London Telegraph.
Democracy of "Religion.
The symbol was goad; aii'd'common:
The Creator, has stored It away lu
abundance'. It's a democratic commodity, surely," found on tabic of poor
and rich. Diamonds are rare, costly,
belong to aristocracy; few can afford
theni. Yet salt ls more precious than
diamonds, if all diamonds In the
world wero to disappear the. world
would not be seriously Inconvenienced,
but If all the salt of the world should
disappear humanity would die, for
blood   would   thicken,   fevers   would
Under Certain"" Conditbns Tliey Ar*
Profilab'.s ia Handle.
A (,'ieat deal bus hecii -:ii.l y iii-ni-;
written about dual purpiwi' nnd special
puryo~e cows,' Kuril class has :i p'-ico.
i Tlio more any part or funeiion ot aii
animal is developed the more de'leate
lhe anitnnl bcomo.^ the heller <-;trc il
needs and lhe better feed il iYt|uirc��,
writes W. C. Fa liner i'f lite Norti) l':i-
kotn Agricultural i-olfi'Ki' in the Ibvi-d-
cr's (Jazetle. Tbe highly developed beef
animal or dairy animal. I * unbalanced
from' (ho standpoint of ii.Tiuro, and
nature left lo herself does not product
tlicm. When man produces'them nature leaves ll for man lo care for. feed
and-provide the ���conditions necessary
for maintaining this unbalanced creature. When these highly specialized
animals are glwn lhe renui-sito feed,
r.heller  and   care,   they   servo   man's
burn   through   veins,   energies   would    wants much  heller .than  (bu animal
fall, heurts would lag. food would rot.
tho race would perish.   The disciples
nature made; in fnct. one of- tbem. will
do iho work of a  doxen or more of
were common' salt people, content .to I nature's kind.   And they are protitublt
live and labor with the masses, belonging to the whole world-not the
idle, nonproducing Four Hundred of
any' community, but the workers at
desk aud bench and forge and field.
These are tbe world's saviors, the salt
of ibo earth. Notice how wide their
_t_erriLoi'y.JJ!Qf���tho ,ca_rl_h!jr-,niJlJ !alilce���
nlone. The gospel pushes out our
! frontier, expands our horizon, en-
I largos our sky line. Christ we.s Just
now standing on a mountain top, tho
vaulted dome of a universal Father
spread overhead.. We sneer at our
neighbor's religion; we are the people.
Bur "(Jod so loved the���world!" "Ve
arc tbo salt of the���earth."
, The True Preservative.
Christianity is to be a world savior,
gait triumphs over those enemies of
life and health In food and human
system thnt produce fermentation, decomposition, disease and death. It din-
solves inlo animal and vegetable fluid.-",
melts away out of sight, quickly nnd
silently pervndes tho whole ti-'.-nio.
"Wife, whnt's mutter ���with the soupy
It's Insipid, lacks taste." "Oh, 1 forgot
A Valuable Man. jibe salt."    A sprinkle does the (rick.
"Ves. he ban some rare trouble wllh j Christianity is the salt. It must come
his eyes," snld Ihe celebrated oculliu j into -contact, though. Won't do nny
"Kvery time be went lo read ho would 'good In* barrel or bin. Religion mustn't
animals io raise, proiidiug all their
wants can be satisticd. ulf. however,
they cannot be given the proper care,
the'less highly specialized animal may
be more pro.Ha ble.
Tbat is the place that the dual purpose cow fills. This animal is, from
balanced. The fleshing properties art
not so extremely developed, nor iti
milk making curried to so high a Ue-
Danger In Delay.
Men who admire mnny glrla
and hesitate too long tn malt-
lug a selection nre lluhlo to see
the whole flock Uy south.���Spokane apokosman-Kevlcw.
lead doubled"
"Four fellow," remarked the sympathetic ..person.   "I supposo that lntiuy
fared ������with'Ills' holding a good posT"
tion YV      ���������'���-������������
"Not at nil. Tho gas company
gobbled hi in up nnd gave bim a lucrn
live Job rending gus meters."-J.ipplh.
Ho Knew Hlo English.
"Tbon I'm to loll iho Iirm," tho bill
collector mild, mnklng a memorandum
lu bl�� notebook, "thnt you'll probably
settle this account nest 'weoltV"
"Well. Ud 'hardly put It tlmt way,"
hCHltnilugly answered the othur.
"'-Probably* Is u pretty Mroiig word;
better muko It 'possibly.' "-Chicago
Qometlmti Happens.
Friend- \ ou look your koh Into your
establishment a few iiiouiIih ngo to
tench him ihe buslnews, I understand.
How did ho turn out'/
HuhIiichk Mini iwearllyi-tlreat flue-
cckh. lie'* teaching mo Mm bualnosa
now.-Tolt'do Hlmle.
Not of th* -Smart Got.
.'     I
where the fnr I* rlclioat.rinil liileueat.
ini.1 uioiur tout in ouu,vi'ii kc.ic-ui* *m
hv'H on Isi'V'. /.'Hh-i-fnl lljicr* imii! V' ef-
fecilvcly Irliumcd with Amdriillnn
Meaning nf rlamaa.
Adi��l��. Adele. Ad����lnlde. Adeline-N��V
hllliy- k
Agin����-A limb.
Ainy-Fomnlu filond.
Alice. Alei'la, Allen-A protectress.
Angela, AliBclltm. Aiigcllen-A mos-
Ann, Ann*. Ann��o  ';nn*cr<t', cherni'
AlifolncMc   The {.r/n'-ew^rfliy,
A rubella-the lovely.
Aunslitl-ltcaiHirul Anna.
AiimMn-Wuwniy, -jimrimii. nacrtd.
. Trnncw,  I'funy,  t'raacevn - Ftt*.
indlcnnnt Mother-Pnn't you ever
dure io play with the nil next door
ngnln. Vou know very well thnt Hhe
baa oo license,
Our t.*%*.titranl,.
"Wby, the nicnt  and  poiaiot*
fjtibi- <-oi(| '���
"Ve*. -fir; .ion would bare done lief-
(er in have ordered a aamlwleb at ihl*
lime ��if dny, but jou parlbui.-ir)y ,��*k��
cd for ��um��ttilGg Uotr-U��iidw Opta-
bo locked up in tbo heart. In these
days we uro afraid to drink from thu
Kiuno cup, rldo In tbe.wune car, sit ut
iho sumo table, shako hands with u
Pirniiger.'llko high caste Hrahniun refusing to touch low ensto Hindu.'We
must not let our piety bo that kind,
.loaua, the elennsomo man, touched
(he foulsome leper!' I've seen n while
ribboned deaconess or Salvation Army
laualo lu dark alley nt midnight where
polico wont only by twos and armed.
Only'Christianity an veil the old heathen world. * Classic writers tell us
Greece nnd Homo were rolling. At
every crisis of the world's history tho
���in 11 raves It-Augnsllno, Havuniirola.
l.iltliiir, Wesley. When Chrlsilnnlty
becomes n government Instead of n
gospel, a ayHlem Instead of u -salvation,
ii more organization I iih lend of "ihe
visible body of Christ on eurili," Ihon
the salt bus lost lis savor. Thn aodlum
chlorldo Ih wonbed out. Only aoll remains.
'*������ Tha Salt Hiinary World.
Have you a savor? The pear b'.i"
flavor, Iho Mower perfume. Youc;r,*iior
weigh or iinalyzo eliher. Tho necret
of greatness la savor, u eerluln Ktibtlo
nomethlUK Uml adfeclM othera. Lincoln
jRiid Lee, I wo grenl Hlnipld iiiinlleclcd
men, vit-.ro marvelous lu their r:.v<-,r.
Iriio'tmlt of tbelr elm racier cweefon".!
;mil jiroucrvt'd those who knew them.
They were lhe salt of tholr (lines, men
nf grnit henrt, Others (here wnyof
Intellect, clear ��is u frosty night, liul
lust an cold In henrt.    Thoy nre for-
iv.Himi     Thi�� w/irlil iieciltf '-IH1I'H�� khiMv
lulls and churches are built side by
���nlde. Piencbern nro pleading; police*
iimm nre pnlrollliig. Itoih como i'f (he
itiuiv fuct-tl.t; imibl mcd.i ���,..*.i:5g*
W��a��ds grow 'without cure; grain, fnill
find vegHahles rcqiitr.i loll /i:��l mill-
Villlell.    "Ill"  (Uiiii ViniOi  .i.u.*  ni ' '*.! ii
rime; the preacher pleads to ci rrcct
Mho cnu��o. The cliinvh ba* ben the
|tolly agency tnr Age�� working for the
! redemption of mnn.   "P-ni if lh" ��sli
IlilS   |04t   l(H   KIH'Or.   V.hl'.'e'.vSill   *-!l..H   it
!leR.^ltwl!'',   Meunwhlle we ?n-<> ihuMiik
!;irtiidcuirx ��lid billldin* .bill", v." w-Mo
'��� irnu'urerii give bond* nnd tli-,!.*-- xx-t*
'.-.������li  register*,  ir.nl  M��* >i-r '���������inf'-.'*('���''
���,*!ord-i tbo nl'tel iv-Hved     *i.d the
:-!ii:;vb. lbe f.r.or. r.xd* i,-1 i"i mu -h
rliiml nud d.n It'.ne, but lhe savluii ��*U
it ����',Vtttlo*,
Tho modern l.cil PolPcow Is iv rp-
milt of Uie coinblimllijii of llio old
Norfolk nnil SiiftolH strains, nml
Virobabty. nil tbo h's-ils In cxlstrnce
havo moroi or leas blood fiom ��>ach.
Individual nnlnwls rtlll dlfn'r erm.
Mdernbly In hlv.c, loiiii arid quality,
.���iccorillng ns-lbe Noi folk or ilio
fiuffolk IS'l'O 'pinlonilnaies, but ll
Ik ihe aim of tin; mont fcuoepss.'ul
brciHlers lo combine tlm u'i��d iju.il-
Itle.'i of both ihu old slr.iln.-i ami
produce n cow ot lucdluin to largo
nl'/*, blood rod lu eolnr, of line bono. t
Knioolb, .coiiipaol in forni-a lieavy'
body o:i short legs-hardj',��� docile,
fnttenbiB easily, tiroiluouiit nn��M of
hlgli <iuillliy nml glvin;; u wood How
or rich milk Hip,yenr.viounil, Tlm
Hod Toll cow niiown 1-i'nnvHii l�� mi
��.\cL-llcnt*B|>eclincii of tho bi-i-od,
gree. Here la a enw Hint can,be a
fairly good' iull|;er-wuiieilnici u record b'rnkor-iiiiil nt Hit; miine lime has
���good Meshing propenloi-*, no Unit a Kteer
from her would make'a fairly good
beef 'animal uud xomottmca ii prlza
Tho dual purpose nniiniil, whllo It
wiil. rcrtp'uid to the best feed, good
Wiilillng ninl lllio. cure, yel can gel
iilon;: without, <he*ie belter than iuu
the lilgblt Hpcclnlls'.cd nulmnl. Dual
|iui'po��e cowh nri> leys liable to dlaeiim1.
ko thiit ihey nhouid prove bvt tin
the farmer (o rnb'u who iIoih not I eel
tlmi be cnn give n/yniucii tune iin-i
iillenllou to bis Muck ii"�� (be lieni lout
uf ilocli might reunite. * Wln-tiicr ihli*
i'i prolliablo or not U nnollier <|iie:<tloii,
Iho poliit nt lyMiie N whnl u man \*
(:ii',ng (o do, uml tbiN im win lll.i'i.v
do to iptlic un extent rcgnrdle*<s ot
i  -
Economy In rttdlntJ,
When feed H mIihN ll l��i economy ta
feci nlisbt uud nnirnmg In ihe man-
��� %i>rfi,     The   man;r��r   ��-iri-.s   fe"��l      i��
nial,es  a   mile  more  immure  lo Mi*-
j barn, but Hint in lb��elf Is wrrtb wbl>
I   y. ,,   ,-., ,   ���.,��� ,.   M'* ni--   �����,   Iwil   fi ���   < ��� '*'���
I ioiiihh*'*' on lo flic lleM-i. A feed til'-l>-
I tiiMl morti'iig In the monger eiuibi."
! you to gl\e the dnlry cuwn n lilllf
I cxlra ac'.liueat, uud thK wiib llif
j foraging Ihey do during Hie dny wlt/t
i Uie nlu-l. 'i.llle, will give lite dell'*
: .-or* a lij.-ini-c ciiiiinii tjiuniic with th#
I worl* you ��'\j't��i-t Ideui (o do, ���*'
! r-'i��el Wevv Corn Slov.ly.
���".ijar.ii'iicc !ci-��|iiiiib'' new euro cror
(��y ury ��biw d-gic.'^. Ltcti iiftt-i lb,.
.',���f i-f^-nr-i*" ,'��rc'M'om��,d t<* in'finr b
> M'our* ere npl to lie the i-t-snif of f<*
i*i.!i..r.'ii-i f<"<IW-!�� Ml* i !!���'>,���..��:.I f.T.tir-
of v :.-)'��� Hurt wltb !).����� i.t-w i>ii,i\n--l utiC
V. >,. gmml Bsruli��*t vnrloin ttficttllrt
.1!��t��id<"i�� vlileli lb iv* be ri-iused or nfc
jrr,nut��*d fiy tb��..kwe��bUiK af.Kl *t UM
* ���mm corn. THE NEWS, CUMBEftLAMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  :\JUi,i.'.w_,?��������� .fig ���������s,---".v-v>2v*-.x^ssrasy    ^^i������s���������������tl������������������|���������������*������������������������^,/ wsn-.JMtaifcvsiaflSBA-JSi^ *si>,  J.-***-.    i^f-ttics-fiXmXSitr������__iii Sis.*-->;-:.r������i������t^**irt -w>  ^������������������v.-fA-U-'ik-Cii'.  -stti  I      J. ._,    .-_  ORNITURE STORE  U.    Wi'-fc\������������  M������������mcaM  lli4^V4MMMMK  W"  all Papers  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 ANU INSPECT PATTERNS  AND GET PRICES.  WATCH   FOR THE  BIG SIGN *  A. MoKINNOIT McPhee Block,. Cumberland -Ij  _t_s_A.SUii.il mmamzmaamm_*hi)  r\.  HIRANO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  tailor made   suits  FROM   ������20.00   TO ������35,00.  Cleaning  and Pressing  DONE AT    ""  Reasonable Prices.  ������<5X5}������������<SXs)������$������(^^ ������������������������������SX9@<SK8^^  Phone 52  Cumberland S. C  STORMY MEETING  OF CONSERVATIVES  IN COURTENAY  The meeting of the  Conserva  tive Association on' Monday  evening iii tlie Agricultural   Hall,  it is safe to say will be  the main  topic of conversation  in  Court-  - en ay for some   time.    And   the  . old saying   that   the   best "laid  plans are wont  to   gang astray,  was never better exemplified   if  rninou'f- is correct, than   on   the  same evening*, when in  a   body  almost Hall' of the meeting, composed principally     of    citizens  from tlie upper side of the bridge  were piactically forced  to leave  tlie hall.    Personal vituperation,  principally of "Air *Hat������is, was   in  evidence   from   the    beginning.  The,former president, of the As  sociaiiou, Mr.   Byron Crawford,  being delayed,* Mr Calhoun called  the meeting, lo order.    The minutes of the last annual  meeting  having been read a motion  was  mado that the officers of the Association be elected for the  present year���������and here the fun. be-  "-gaurover-the-delicate-povut-as-to-  whether   people, who   had   not  joined the Association   were entitled to   a  vote at the.present  meeting.    Mr O.H. Fechner was  of opinion that before the officers  of she year were elected, individuals wishing to join the Association be given an opportunity to  do so,    But this was vigorously  opposed by members of the   Association, who upheld Jhe   view  that as the present meeting  was  the annual meeting  and advertised as such, anyone wishing to  join in time to have a vote at the  annual meeting had   been given  a np'o ilmo to do io, nnd that tbey Bhould  li-iV������.dono ho bad thoy wiahod to bave a  rcooffiilncd B'-ondiiiH ut thia irieetinR: bu'  tint ww, until tfivnn an opportunity to  pny their Hubicripfciou ft*- tho o'oaoof th*"  meetiiK, they w< uld Ivwo to tuku tho miiw*  rnUii|?'������Bew������iiitl out. i(l������.'!-N who ot oourei  oxpfotcd to lmve no uv-jght in the affairs of  nn ansnolnt'ou low inl'i which tlioy hart nol  unnhUnited, R<uH"Wible enough, doti'i  yon tblnli) and yot thf i-torm of protoflt  Hint hi'obo uim iflt tr.nlc tho roof of tho  l.uilding. Why? J-$w.r.ii<J tho ground wns  cut rivht from uudor llio feot of a oIUjud  priHotit, who, rumour 1ms it, wfrn itching  11 run tin') irettiug, cloct tli*- nllioun*, tran  Hint tlio IhihIhoh*, nud jv,-); thpimrlvo-i o  tho limil for thoir Huece������Hfnl operation of  "Tnniin������n> ll<ll " fcfipt oh in (.'ourtnnuv.  Having been overruled, the election of S. Calhoun as president;  J. R Johnston an vice-president;  W. Duncan n.s secretary, and W.  G. McKean a.s treasurer, was ns  gall mul wormwood to the party,  who wuv these honourable position1* in a br-u'di of the strongest  Association in Canada slipping  O'vr Hkmi' horizon, .Mad and dis-  jyisU'd tlit.1) filed o,it of ihe meet-  iu.v;, wi'h vpiLliets plentiful iuftlie  -i r, t.ii" nuiiM-V*. hi h' bur think j  'ii Iim old exeiaui.'i'ioii, ilTe  Moriuiri   t>:*hitn!ii!M    as   bt-iugi  aj.ij".i|'lii* t; 'V tiie u-.i.���������������-><wu, i  The iipDoiutment *.; an exteti*  live v'onuuiUee ot live su-rmber.s  l^iu;: utxt in oi 'cr Messrs ���������)   S  a step further and points out the  necessity of the appointment of a  stipendiary magistrate for Courtenay   and surrounding   district.  At present on auy matter of legal  importance we must go to Cumberland,' said Mr, McKean, 'and  considering the growing import-  ance   of   CoU:tenay   as a local  centre, it is altogether too far and  too inconvenient to drive to Cum  berland, a distance of six miles.  on any petty legal matter.    We  want a man appointed who has  been a resident of the district for  a number of years, a man whom  we  can all trust; and I propose  Captain   Beadnell as a man well  fitted in every way for the position "      President Calhoun rose  to propose Mr.   Willard.   ' Mr  Johnston caused general laughter  by exclaiming that on any matter of legal importance he would  have to ask Mr Bates' advice, so  in consequence was not  capable  of.ail opinion on:the discussion.  Mr Shopland, who has held the  ,houourable_position~ofyJ...E.���������-foiv  this, province ior. the last seventeen years, entered the discussion  witli enthusiasm, and in a   lew  pointed remarks on  the ability  and standing of Mr Ca es (which,  :o say the least, were   anything  but complimentary), urged the ap  poiut ment of Mr Willard for tlie  position.      If   Mr Willard was  made stipendiary magistrate and  notary public, and giv.ni the same  privileges as Mr Bates, we would  have   an   honourable judge   in  Courtenay and a man  who   has  had considerable legal experience  aud who has as-much   business-  interests in the welfarcof Cour  enay as most of those present,  and although Mr Beadnell might  be a good man, Mr Willard   in  his opinion was 'The Man'   for  the position.  Mr. Johnston rose to object to  recommendation of Mr Willard,  and said that the gentleman had  been a strong Liberal, and that  a staunch Conservative ought to  have the position.  Mr. Siirgeneramid enthusiasm  proposed the best man of all���������Mr  Win Duncan.  Mr Harvey, of Happy Valley,  claimed that the other men in  comparison with Mr Duncan are  not iu the same class.  President Calhoun in discussing the recommendations throws  a bombshell into the meeting  wheu lie says Ihat according to  a K.C. iu Victoria Mr Bates has  absolutely uo right to perform  Die duties of J. P., Notary Public,  or iu fact to transact any   legal  1 ��������� ���������        rt 1,1,  I.III.V, UI..J.'!   in     C*Utii .LII.I \ ,    .UIU     Mini  in iii.i opinion tiie appointment  of a qualified man to the position  was necessary.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  "\,   Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  H- N&kanishi, Pt*op.  ���������GENERAL-REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc.. Etc.  Plumbing Done.  Bicycles for Sale  aud Hire.  (5)  ������  (?)  Go  ������  time, aud strongly urged that the  government should be asked for  an appropriation to build a suitable court house in Courtenay,  the coming city of tlie district.  The motion on being put to  the meeting was carried.  An interval of ten minutes to  allow new members to join the  Association Was  next in   order.  _   a -  On expiration of same no less  thau fifty new names had been  added to the list. On business  being resumed a motion was'put  to the meeting by J Smith, sec-  ohded^byj R Johnston, that a  resolution be forwarded to the  proper authorities recommending  that the wages of government  road employees be advanced to  $300 per day, foremen to $4.00,  ���������aud-teams-to~$7-oo.-~il1he-motion  was carried.  Mr Crawford made some remarks on the advisability of haying a new *. postoffiee. At present  tlie public had little more convenience thau a dog kennel would provide'. It was next dOor to impos--  sible for more than two people to  gain access to the Imikling at the  dame time, and under the present  system on only two evenings per  week could a working man get his  mail without having to loso half  a day's time. lie would move  that the secretary of.the Aasocia-  tion communicate'with lhe mem  ber for the district, Mr Cjlements,  re a ''suitable postofHco for Courtonay, to.include custom house ancl  express office, ������ud lo cost at lwit-t  ten thousand dollars. The motion  carried unaniinoiisly.  The meeting then adjourned.  We congratulate Mr, J. N. McLeod on hia re-election to the office of Mayor of Cumberland.  Mr, MeLood in thn pant has beon  fCiiBonablo, straightforward and  practical, striving for i;o other ob*  joct we believe llum to promote  the welfare of lhe isity,  The AldiM'inanic Board tliat  has been -selected will, no doubt  Hioli earnestly to give the city a  good ailmiuistuatioti,  The now Tnirtteofl will wo be-  lieve fill their ollleo acceptably,  and givo their very best attention  and ability to the work. What  some of them may luck in know,  ledge of school affairs, will soon  bo supplied by Mr. Carey, an old  and tried member of tho hoard for  <i  liiiliioui   ol  Uiiil������,  Siioplnud. H. T. S-.T-rreuer. Ill  Mui.if'on, \V, J Mcl*',can and lv, (closed by motion of Mr McKean,  Crceoli won c1iom*u wiih the j seconded by Mr Shopland, that  hear y .i*������piov;.l of all jiieu'iif. A the Attorney General be wtitlcu  discussion 011 m.i'trrs of import tore pariitmlars necessary pre-  ���������/.���������'.ce to("-..'.irtv ,-.y bcii'.,.; ir.vi'.-..d jvious- to appointment of Slipcu.1-  bv Prcii tent Ciillirmn, Mr Cnw I������ary Magistrate in Courtenay.  IN the 111 ittor of tlio Oflluiil Ailii.iniuliu-  tni'������ AoUud AiiuiiKliriif Actn, uni  Pile point (it issue   was flliallvlln tho mutter of John Coper, iUwhikoI  t .-.i 1011 bul rule  ndd ."a*  ou! r.  fjlil  1.ii*tMt('il   oil!    V.w  i'A\ u.i'.������'.lllv  of  ...       I ' '  .r.niHoiunj;' t1 e govetumeut   to  c-.ect aroint Ivi-so in f'ij.afviiay  Mr   Mc.Ce.ui, nr.'iiiv   in ."rcord  v.i'h ll, Cra'.Ui ���������>!'.  *;ews,   ������ots  Mr Crawford ayaiu pointed out  the uecehsily of a court house iu  Coiirteiiny, In Mt Ciuvvford's  opinion Cnmheilaud '.vill in a  v������:iv few yt-.-4i.-i be a iliii.^ of the  past, n mere blot on the face  of  liilo-U'fi,  TAKK. NOTICK by ordor of Hln llt.nttr  Judyo Harkor, ol tlio Coui.ty C������iurl, of N������-  n������i no, nuilaon tl.o llltliOuy of J.nuarv,  1012, nl Gumln r'.Mul Itfltfhtry, tlio undui-,  Mum il w������h nppniu'ftil iiliniulilni or of nil  and ningnlnr tlio ��������������������������� out Ihuiib.vunkmfii  .Uiht) Cnnpflr, fWfflwd. *hii riled cm nr  about tl*������.Wtli dny of November 101/, it  C������nip'������. II Rivpr. All claims natinut tlm vnul  ���������whito mim,< b������ |-r.������p������rly vi.rllleil mul pro-  <.������?rilr������fl to ilto unlnrK'ifiwl within 30 ihyn  fruiii t/uxltt" h*ri-ii1.  W. V������*. Wiu.AUi������  JOifi. I������l A.ln.i i tutor.  Cn i.b.'rlab<!, UC, ,hmiMy Ifltli, 191 i.'������  P.O. Box 360  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Hanis  and Perfect bicycles.  Telephone 7-0  NEW COUNCIL MEETS  Tlie newly elected council met  in the Council Chambers 611 Monday and were sworn into office by  Magistrate, A brains', after which  they indulged in speechifyihg for  a short time, and then settled  down to business.  The minutes of last meeting  were read and adopted.  Medical Health Officer's annual  report was received and handed  to Board of Health to report on at  next meeting of council.  The following eompose the  several committees and officials*���������  Finance���������Cainpbell"v Ho r n a \f  Beveridiie.  o  Works���������Maxwell, Ces���������& f 0 r d,  Campbell.  ���������IlTBaltlT=-BeTW6llgerii^rfr������l7  Coe.   ���������;-,;': . ��������� -;.''' ,'-..  Fire Wardens--Bey er e d g���������'e,*  Cessford, -...������������������'��������� ^       !t.  '/"License Board���������-Cessford, J, P.,  Watsoh.  Police Board���������Campbell, "W. E  Lawrence,  Night Man���������F, Monico.  Police Magistrate,���������J. Abrams.*  r" City Clerk���������A. McKinnon.  Aid, Horiial reported main sew*  er in swamp, blocked, also that  the lower'end of Windermere  Avenue was in n'iilthy condition,  George Peacock complained  about ihe quality of milk supplied  liiin, and suggested inspection of  ���������a me.*  Rev, LafTure, who was present,  asked tlio council to ondorso the  the Public Libraries' Act, which  they did,  Council endorsed petition for a  wharf at Roy's Bo ch.  Aid. Maxwell spoke of unpaid  taxes amounting to $1200, and  said the city should have some  means of collecting same.       ,"  Mr. ��������� Monaco asked that the  coucil purchase a now horse, as  the old one was played out, The  mutter was left to the Board of  Worki',  A committee waB appointed to  go into Trades License Ny.Law,  and see just what the city can do  with it.  Aid, Maxwell leavo to introduce a hy law ro collection of  taxes���������leave granted.  Mr, Clinton will ho ankwl to  deduct city rond tax from employees pay.  Aid. Maxwell nsked hy what  nuthority nt elepi.ono had been  placed in the Isolation Hospital,  'ine ni������vui ifpiicM thai 'i was not  hy \\ic ci'y'o,  Kvery ultorniito Monday after  the 2Slth inst,. will bo the regular  night of council meetings,  ������.������I        ,..,.���������!        \* ,     v  If you want Cheapest and Best patronise���������  K. ABE & Co.  No, 5 Japankse 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  \  ^A(<^AA^^A^A^A^^^(^A/^*\^^*!.^^Vy*V*..^^VVVV^yV^yy^i  .HMHUBJlfiilMraHUI  Reserve $7,200,000  I Capital $6,200,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  PAYABLE   ALL.  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,  OVER   THE    WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on FJeposils of $1 and upwardB.  CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily!  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  D. M- MORRISON, Manager.  COURTEN'AY,   B.C,   Branch,   Open Daily.  WM. tiOFF, Manager.  ffillHUIlMlllltllM  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC ' CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CU   BERLAND,  ^=V. BO(iO^R^  CUholesale Dealer* in WIMES, LIQUOR & BEER  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 30....  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in the history of Comox,  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better than  poultry, if they are rightly managed. Begin  with the little fellows aijd feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of hone menl, wheat,  oat3, corn and othor grain, cut and blended in.  the right proportion to make them thrive and  grow,   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.  DKA'LER IN FLOUR AND FEED.  0, II, Kochnor of the Kivcrnide  llott'l, Courluiiuy, will In-gin ox  tmii'.iv*i������   impi'Dvements un hiB hotol in tlio early spriti^, hl������ iticiums-  illg bllhilltihM dollllllKlillg it,  None flhoiild fiiil   to miss tho  Clearance Pricw on mnny  linos at  Tl.o Hig Btoiif.  HOOMS for rent at Murinulli'n  Rooming Iluu������o, Dcrwont Avo  Ten Milesfora Cent  From one-lenth lo ons-lifth eenti pet  mlla covert tlu coil of openting ���������  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  MOTORCYCLE  Th*tllMiar������yP������ll������w  Tlil# mtchba it ilways ready for ���������  hurry-up trip or aptauura ma, Will do  Iho toad work of 3 horm. No expeoia  when idle. Wt would lib to Ull you  mora about lhe great**! iport ia tha  world.   Coma in and mm ui.  THOS. PLIMLCY.  Dkalcrs     Victoria. B.C.  sssg  ii  n  m  '���������If you get i' nt Plimley's It's am. right."  p 8 ��������� W������ Do R������F������iH������g  j


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