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 f   ���������   -V.  ,   t*  N  t/?- <������.,*?��������� ���������&-&������.��������� t^cl^f  5?  !���������'���������.,   "V  A-'Journai Devoted Especiallly,������to" the Inter eat a of Comox District.  TlIR^N Ew'.S, TWKNT.IETH A'EAR : ;'  ���������/^CUMBERLAND   B.C.;' WEDNESDAY,'ARRiL  2, :on  Subscription $i.oo a Yfak  And votKwant Hush uiaterulp, io in'ike up for  ������������������ * ,   <���������- * *  :.tIn hot smaime; month?. We. haw. just put  into stock .the largest olid finest assortment  ever   td.own' in this   city   of'-GIN fill A MS,"  -PRINTS, GARTENS &!SHAKERS. These  are exceptional value?, from the be^t manufacturer.--, and having placed our order teveral  monll.s ago, 1 cfore the recent advance in ..cotton! WEAI'I'IIN A - POSITIO ' TO SAVE  "���������   -    ., ���������   YOU;MONEY - ��������� .. .'.;"'' ���������'-'���������"  We have the- Best Val-  ���������< . v t*- * ���������     ���������       *  ues. in: ::Towels   Ever  :;Qflered.::SEE:^HEM.;  - A, Large, Assortment of Curtains, Curtain; Muslins,. Scri-  * ms, etc., - '-Makes; the I muse-.  xleaningv;problerri;easy.  :: .  ^  Giye.ais your Giocery Order..'.    , .  " "    : \Vt give. satisfaction%al ways.:-  SC  &:���������0.,':Ld"  7  Dt?a#2 of Rev.  .   '        ' ' - D '    .     .  rres  Editor, COMni;iti..\x,i*) Nkws.-  De.'ir Sir: ���������I have just rend nn  , rem in your coiitMmporiu'y, -'Tlie  Islander,.1 !~tatiiijj; ��������� I Iml ''a few of  tlio Libonils woke up -from , their  . dormant coudititm," etc,,, and  giving a lis*: of lb'o ufl.eerjj, bat  failing to   mention   the munbor  , p't'Soiit at* tlio  meeting, nor those  appointed aw Executive,  J take.this opportunity of re  mi ml i up; the individual respond-  bit'- for the item in question, thnt  siu'.li Association is very much  awake, not lo mention lioin-j; nlivo,  in fact it ia iu.it strong and lieal-  tliy.condition, now ihat it- liafl rid  itself of a cei'tnin "lurn.cont,"  ������������������piii'tyJoiinh" ai.d 'dilulont cult'."  I suggest, that such person  boil.' in in t it il tluit it is not always  ��������� wile to conclude thnt n dnriiiiint  condition oxirtis, beertiino of tlio  nlieoiido of bliiliMit bellowing* and  jibtuird iiitiJiiiporulc bonstitigs, It  ii* quite often Ihe eai*(j tliat blatant  I'l'llowiiifj;?, etc,, but signify iho  pi'useneo,  in the   vie.inity,   of  n  ''drunken  bi-ped," or a  "thictity  calf."'  Yonr* Iruly,  J'. V. JI A UIUSON  Secretary .0, l'if A.  Jinny VVannuo lett on 'J'lmrfl.  d iy lai,t for Victoria, where lie  bu* Keciired a position.  Tlio following in tlio output (if  i>i;ii mnn our ine.ii iiiuies lor Iiikt  Iialf of last week and part of this;  Tlmrailny ...'... 1500 tons  I'Wdiiy 1538  vSatnrdny   1501  Motidty KiVO  REPEATING (rUx\S .  .ARK'J'IiOIlIBlTKD  The new regulations in regard  to the carrying of-fire anus arc.  now iii force, u aking it coiupul  sory on' all ������������������ persmis, excepting  Indians and " Canadian militia'  meii when on duty,, lo obtain li  censes before being allowed to  carry fi rearms.  Under the new regula'ions  fanners and prospectors must ob  tain license};, but no charge will  be made Ior ihem if the farmer  wishes to shoot on his own kuujs  and the prospector wishes to  shoot only for food while out on  actual prospecting work and in  tho latter case only hold good  during the open season. Boys  under 16 yenrs of age will be  prohibited ft oin obtaining license*, except by thu request of it  parent or guardian, who must uu  dcrtul'e Unit the boy will only,  carry tho fire anus under hiV  own supervision or that of .sour*  responsible license holder, Residence iu tho Province for fix  months is necessary in order to  obt'dn a license.  An important' innovation in  the new legulatious is the absolute prohibition of automatic  guns, or of nny pump or repeating' gun1' with ii uiMgaziuii capable of holding more than one  crirtrldire.  IJvely Basketball Match; Played  in J he. Cumberland Hall on  Last. Thursday ftight. ;��������� -  One of. "the , fastest basketball  games of the present pen sen ' was  pulled off;at tho-Cuinbe.ilaud Hall  last Thnrfday night, when' ..our  boy's-were beaten.by tho. jiiayer*  from tho Capital City, by jtl.o  score of 28 to 12;        *���������".'���������      '  Victoria'presented a very henvv  team.,out weighing- the home team  but ' nevertheless, the game ..was  very fast, much iiiore.,so'thau;th'e  score will indicate', for Wd.'oiir  boys, been''able to grasp theViany  opportuiiitjes they Ind,- t]Ui ^'nne  would have been' very different,  but-owing to lack of practice'they  were unable to locate the net at  the. crueul inouieut.  While-the visiting team excelled   in   weight and" bhooting/Sthe  home team'were-the best .when -it  came to combination, '."   *������������������(    -:  ���������. The 6tar"'bf the -'.Victoria-* ,teain  wnii  :Hrow'ii, -who seemed tq ��������� be  everywhere,and managed to shoot  .from nearly, every'angle.", "mid with  Itussell and Keapnbck v worked  a  nice ,'.liMle, coinbination,''-" Avhich  nearly .always ended in^a .basket/  M  8'  At n n������tifi������h������jrof tho Pytbi.in f'l,.  <rrs on Wed tfnlny civenilij?, Mr*,  .loha Thomumi wni ;.rt>riuittu:l with  n   liai)ilt������0!nt>  filvor   i������hiui,s<mI u,iU  In's/mF'jir hhi!   tmr'p.- rlfcf,  n!,  .,  loI.t;������i of ���������I'tju-t'iji.'lbm  Tho ltoV, ft, ,r Tlif.iTip'on, oj  Nannimo. Ohnir'nnn of iho N'nmii.  mo Dibtiict, will prnnch in the  Nfnthoiii^t church next Sunday at  both tnorninjj unci  rveninu i'orvi������  v.'.5t,       4.1* I .   a'lU)l.lJ'-l)\l   \*  Vvllli   liUViM ||  to miny horn as !u feni.il fontlti;  mnn, bubbling over with lypical*  hint humor Ilo will bogivon a  hearty reception.  ���������  'I  Former Lieutenant Governor .1.  nniiMMiir h.ip cfne to Iho (iuui  cial ii'Mstiwiui of dm oily ������������f Vic  torin, niid lulvni.tod tJi'r/i.O'.l'l nt  fix per mil In curry nn the b'fi*  now of1 iho r.ouiKiil nt n r-ritJcnl  tiiur.���������CumluTlittxl is not t!.������������������> oi.������  Iy ei;y ih..t U \\\% -imiii,,.*. i������ n-iiui-  ei.illy.  ^-rj o u sto i niriTrBa n 11 erm iuir j vres-  entod a hard 'opposition -atfg'nard,  and'-kept our -forwards'well in  cheek, For the'-home team", nil  ' wo rked >. wel I '���������' j.i i" co in bin a t io m,v' '**������������������ i ���������'  feirdown!when it' came to locat-  ing the basket. Cameron put up  ���������i splendid game at' guard, and- it  was owing to "his and Clinton's  severe- cheeking that the score  was as low as it was. Gran!, unci  Clinton, worked the best combination of the evening, and had tliey"  been up to their usual standard'  in shooting would have scored on  Humorous occasions.  The hall was Woll tilled and'all  who witnessed tho game express-  ed the opinion that they would  not miss another game, and a bin  h'Uiso is expected when the  strong V. M. 1. team of Victoria,  ohiimpions of Vnueoiivor Island,  play hero on. Thursday night,  Watch next week's issue for par-  tienlaiv, The loenl boys ������iro prae  liciug oVory niglii, nnd'will field n  xi}yy strong io.iin, nil in excellent  condition for the next gnino.  ���������The line-up was:���������  VICTORIA-  Forwards���������IJrowu [dipt.] Uiu.  nil; center, Ke.ippoek; guards,  Houston, Haiiiieriiinn,  UU.MIIKIIUN1)  KorwnriU���������(.;iiiitoii,(Capt.)Tib.  bUv; coijIjm', Grant; giuird>, (wim-  t'ron,' Wili-on,  Owing to one ol  At Olio Timo Mr, MeGillirray Was Pastor  of Sr. George's Presbyteriutt  ���������, Church in Cumberland  Ihe following is copied from  '���������The Free Lance," Westville,  iKova .Scotia:  The Rev.' Daniel MacGillivray  passed away ou Friday, .March  7th, 1913, at the residence of his  sister. Mrs. William MacKenzie,  Bedford, after an illness of nearly two months. Mr.- MacGill-  jvrfty was boi;u in Saltsprings,  PictoitCo'.uity, N/S. in 1841.  He received hi? early education  in Pictou Academy,' and took'  his arts an-tl theological' courses,  at Queen's University, Kingston,  His first charge was Brockville',  Ontario, where lie ministered for  "fourteen year,"?, after which he  was called ib St; James, church,  London, Ontaiio. After a ministry of eight years in Loudon,  he was called- to Lunenburcr.  Nova -Scotia. After'. thirteen  years of failhful service in this  charge,,"his health ,"-broke1 !'dowu','  and he went to British" Columbia/where he-occupied a charge  in Cumberland' for five years,  making in ail a ministry of forty  years. '��������� Mr. MacGillivray was a  -inatrof-rgeinal' di"s"l5osirioir~alTct"  kindly,nature, and his memory  will be cherished by -many true  friends in all the congregations  where .be ministered.3 He was n  foreeful-aiid" eloquent preacher.  'Memorial service, was conducted  at the hoin'e.df his sisler by Rev.  L- W. Park, of Truro. The remains weio thou taken to Salt-  springs, where a laigely attended service was held in St. Luke's  church, conducted by Revs. W.  If. Burris, A." D. Stirling'and T.  Irving,  ��������� * *  Air. A. B. Crawford, a well-  known resident of Comox for a  number of years, died at our lo  cal hjspitnl on Monday morning  .after a brief illness, iu the 60th  year of his ago. , The funeial  will take place on Friday after ���������  noon at 2 o'clock from the family losideucc, Cotirkmay' to the  Presbyter-inn church, thence to  tho Presbyterian cemcteiy for  iutcriuent, Nov. T Menzies ofli-  oia "  W4TJ.U R Ippaftuirut ���������  r>*f!:������ ��������� "  ���������    NEW ARRIVALS IN SUITS,  SHIRTS, TIES, ETC.  Men's Suit������ in   shades   of   brawn*   ff������**^y������  navy, blac!c������ and mixtures.   Prices i-angf  ing from *$'S -to $25  Men's  Negligee.   Shirts   with, cblHars   to  match, in coat style, ' in   shades 0?   bluej  tan, grey, black: and white stripec?,     Pri-  ces rangingi'rom $1.25 to $2.  Men's extra fine quality .Shirts with ,c!ou������  ble cuffs, from $2 to 3,7So  Men's Silk Shirts in Ecru and White only.  Footwear of All Descriptions.  . O���������;   THE CORNER STORE  PhonelO. Box.1,00.  Cumberland, 8. C :  Macfkrkne;' Bros* '  Mask Ball Grand Success  The masquerade ball held in  the Union Hall on Thuisday evening last, was as, successful, an  afFair. artisiicallv aiid- financially   L H *         ' *y | J__  lllg.  as^'.on ' the previous occasion.  About one hundred and'twenty  five' miisquerHders .we'-e present,  and a large.'iiumbar of spectators.  The.coiiimittee.1on,.piize ,awards  ".oolc ample time iu.ii's deliberations, and we hear,gave satisfaction���������if such a tiling* were possible at a prize masquerade. The  prize list whs'considerably larger  than on the former occasion, and  as we have not a list of the prize"  winners, arc unable ,to" publish  it.  The uett receipts of the ball  were.#100.25, The social committee desire to thank the sub-  scribers and all those who added  to the' success of the ball.  ���������Mr.,Isaac Parkin, of Snn'Kvicl:,  has .purchased Nanaimo prop-'iiv  aud intends taking up.' his'"residence there.  .. A recent issue of the UuiUfing  ���������ant  1_V.  .110-l i 1 ***"��������� t*- i'=������i 1^-  "*���������** *" 6 *y v w IW���������AV^wi ir���������I \~f\a��������� rn V  r*?-;  lii'Vietort'i piny  ni'.s being iiuubhi to mukd tlm trip  nt tho lust minute, tho local loam  let them have J'liiiiuuu'iimn fur  thu occasion,  The olllc.iiil tilui.' keepurrt woiv.  W. 1������J Jjiwhiiich nnd 1?, S. "Vinil1.  ���������'IrvooiM; V. ]\. Tub. nn.! t������. N.  Mei'tnuii ucteil as mcoi'ith.  After tho gnmu the local tenm  Biitci'iainod tlm viHiturs ton Hump-  tuoiirf diiiiiiT at the (Jiimlu'iliiiid  IJotid. 'JM10 Victoria boys fleam-  od ploaKod at tho ti'catiiiont nc.  corili'd thmii and oxprotwud the on-  inion ihnt tlm fbniibi'ilinid I..������\s  W'To itlright.  A diiuf>! followed tbe g.iiUM :v.t|  uveryoiif ������1,ujnye<l l|u'msi-l\<s ;  I'liiith'iui, Hoy, McMilluii mid  Monki Miipjilied I In* miidi', v/hieli  ������������������'���������������������������'��������� hiVh!y njiprcciiUcd hy .ill  prercnl, ������  A'loordinjj; to nu item iu the  i Nannimo Herald of recent issue,  Mr, CJeorRo Merrifield, brolhi������r  of Mr. W. MmificM of Ihifi eiiy,  is liogoliatiug f r tho puichiiK1  of the "Nanaimo hotel, ami has  paid a deposit 011 .same.  Our   old fiioud    *-Cr*������1 ift,*"   of  Pevelopniutit b'ngiiii   I'miio,   \vilh  PRESENTATION.  A com mi lice composed of  McssisO. W. Clinton, J. Ah-  rams, P. P. Harrison, I). M.  Morrison aud W,. Mcrfifi-ld,"  representing mnny friends of Mi.  and MrsK \V Niiuiis,\vui'cd upon  thorn nl their home uu Tuesilay,  and present ed lliem each wiih a  handsome j������old watch and chain,  as 11 token of the respect and  riyard in which thoy aro held iu  this coiniuuuity also in appreciation of Mr, Nuiius' fuiihfu! service us postmaster for so many  years. 1,0111* imiy I hey live lo  wi'ur Ihe gifts, is ihe sinceie  desire of their nian'v friends.  in to tiro m<   mi WciliK'silny,    Ilo  is u typicii] Coiirteiuiy hooali'i'.  fbllowiuy:   '  . "An   analysis of the per  capita production of coal, in the pu>,  vince   shows   that.!-Ihe* Crow's-  Nest sect ion of the ptoduciiou is  439 Ions.per inaii .for" the   loud  number ''employed;   whereas  ihe  production of Ihe Coast mines ia  398 Ions per  mnn.   The diiTcs-  ouce in production per  man   be-',  twecn, the , Coa.,t   and    Crow's  Nest mines,io   mainly due lo ihi-  orenter irregularity  of the scums  011 Vancouver Islnnd. The West. .  cm Fuel Company's output, however, comes within ten   tomi  per  innu of the Crow's Mest tiguus.  having been .129   tout per man.  in 1911.    ICveu thin   is   n   lonu  way below what   was   achieved'  some years back.    In   1901  the  New Vancouver Coal Company,  prMecofsors of the Western Puel  Company, produced 519 loan per  man, Thomns Russell, of   Vuu  eouvur, being then in  charge  of"  the operations?   Willi; the  modern equipment of ihe cual niiinK  today ihey do not   appear to   be  making anything like so  good a  recoul for ihe labor employed ha  they did ten or twelve years ri������o  ,, J. lMerpont Morgan, the gival  Aumriciiu fiuuiic'er, died at,  Rome, Italy,  on Monday.  Co a lishing.    (toui'tomiy |-Jvi-r  is good.  CAMPBELLS  DRY GOODS DEPT  \v������ h,a H'irtiviiirr thi* wo������'k tho now<><t ityloi in Lv  (lies' I'tltio bu DR'trtiiii in l.iwn, nmii|Uotl������N iitnl mull,  liiuiiiiM] wth luufuinl (.in'iniiilnry iti������nrU>ni in whl,to  , 1'ini; itmi (l)[ini|m^nt.'.,. .Iikiii ir'.) W) in ^b i'O  MiHHUH' MuMy illoiiHi'n iti white Uu������l, wiih rwl  ������.|iiu!< tilni'iin^,  Ladies' Tailored Shirt Waists  Ready-to-Wtw \hH  Easter Novelties  GENTS FURNISHING  DEPT  Our men's depiirtmont ii now Mocked  wiih 11 complete sluel* of the imwes't  fivlt'i- in ineii's wciir.  Men's, Youth's & Boyr.'Roatly-to-Wenr Clolhi.ig  Sjning style:-, in Men*'; fur h\i Hals  Specialties i.i Doy's iintl Youths' h\{ Hals  Spta'al Selections in Ttisior 'iecUtw  A?r:.'il5 for Hip ben. A. Shirr 'Iwi/fos' Shoes  NEW SAMPLES. Made-to-Ordcr Clothine.  C A3!y1 PB13 Li L\ S 'THE .NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. a  ,-c<))������s^:^.:/:;v;v  :icbil*Ms^r^  l&Wlilii  liliiiilMil  *fg.    ��������� -*-���������<$������������������>��������������� *:'?<??.! -iSffi-*v:.������!   !'-f.*.-*:."     j!..        >���������  ^urativ.ert.ood; prompt,  ���������' ������������������-'.''.: a ' c *.'.?"'- ct'^.v.:-! '���������. '��������� ./'      :������������������"���������':"���������  MEN SOLtf AS SLAVES  Old  Human Beings Auctioned, as of  tn Market Towns of Morocco  Paris.���������A most revolting picture  is painted by a correspondent of tho  Matin of the slave traffic in Morocco.  Although the nefarious trade In human merchandise, as practiced by the  corsairs 'and dhow masters of tho  African seas has long been stamped  out, It still appears to flourish ln the  land of Moors,,  Writing from Marrakcsh, which Is  stated to be the center of this traffic  tho correspondent, a French woman  doctor, says:  - The slaves conveyed by caravans  from the Sus and Tafllet regions aro  Quickly sold, either, publicly ln the  market at Marrakcsh or clandestinely.  Sales take place in broad daylight  Penned in boxos running around a  covered gallery, which serves as a  market, square in rainy weather, the  unfortunate human cattle aro exposod  for sale three times a week.  , Little by little the square fills with  potential purchasers. When all Is  ready tlio dcllals, or auctioneers, arrive on the scene, and with solemn  prayer, open (he market.  '��������� Prayers over, each dellal proceeds  to s6rt out his proper lot of slaves. |uS permission.  THIS   CAT   CAN   TALK  Sings  in Tune Melody of Three German Popular Songs  Hamburg.���������Peter, a large- torn  cat, who is said to talk and sing,* is  the latest sensation in Hamburg.  -  The cat is the property of Doctor  Sutoris, a woman dentist, who found  it when quite young starving on one  of tho docks. ���������',  -;  She has trained It in such a remarkable degree that the animal  shows, almost human intelligence. A  number of witnesses confirm Doctor  Sutoris' .statements, that Peter .distinctly utters the .German" words for  Anna, hurrah, more,. Helena, no.  enough.    '  "���������  As a crowning wonder, it is declared  that the cat, employing the monosyllable "lah," sings in tune the melodies of three German popular songs,  aud that tho words she utters are  spoken with marvelous appropriateness to the occasion.  Is Clara , going    to  serve ��������� at    the  church social tonight.  ~~fvol S lnr"didn"t~get--hs r���������c a p -an d-  apron done in-time to have her nails  manicured,  The  girl  who  can't  have  faith  in  Jhrec men at the same time has no  ."business trying to be a summer girl.  You never saw a man wear his new  luit in order to make another man  jealous.  lie then replaces their miserable rags  by a more decent attire, and followed  close at" his heels by the,groups of  men,'women and children, he walks  around the market place crying the  value of his wares.  Intending purchasers now and again  slop the perambulation and leisurely  cxamino the teeth, the hair and the  skin and limbs of the human animal  which may have attracted their attention.  The bargain being closed, the sale  is duly attested before the adouts or  notaries., The price varies according  lo the' sex, age and qualities of the  slave.  I have seen a man, 2-1 years old, sold  for $.17. Girls from 10 to 12 years  old bring from $75 to-$1.00. The  highest' price is paid for a woman who  can cook.  It frequently happens that when a  woman with a baby at tho breast, or  accompanied by a little child, is  brought into the market the buyer  wishes to buy the woman only. *  IL is then that the most heartrending  scenes are witnessed, as the weeping  mothers are separated from, their offspring with brutal violence. '  A Marriage of Convenience l'  One of Mrs. Hn������h Fraser'a stories  relates to a peasant at Iiesjahn, the  home of Mrs. Fraser"s Bister, Prau von  Rabe. The man'3 wife had died. Sh������  wan buried with every mark:,of sympathy, and nothing was left undono to  comfort tie disconsolate widower". On  the evening ot the day of the funeral  he presented himself at the house and  asked to see Fran von Rabe, saying  that he had a favor to ask. Instantly  he "was ushered In. . Frau von Rabe  begged hlmto state lils wishes. Wats  thero anything she could Co-to lessen  his affliction? '   ������  Gracious lady, the truth is, ho began,  turning his hat nervously round ln his  fingers. I have come to ask leave to  get married again.     You see���������    -  But, good gracious! exclalmod , his  mistress. Of course you may when  the timo comes.  Yes, but���������but I -want to marry now,  tonight, stammered the man. It Is  like this���������  What on earth do you mean? gasped  his mistress. Why, your wife was  only burled this morning! Surely you  cannot bc serious?  Indeed I am, gracious lady! was the  earnest reply.     I have spoken to the  lady, and she is willing to marry me at  once, tills minute, if only you will give  It's like this: How  AaAi|iAMttgMMMAMA|MM  Make the Liver  Do its Duty  Nine times in ten when the liver is right the  stomach and bowels are right     "  CARTER'S UTTLE  LIVER PILLS  1 genltybulSrmlycom.  pel a lazy lives  do iu duty  Cures Con  etipation,  Iud'getv  tion,  Sick  Headache, and Diitreia alter Enting.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature'  A Freak of Lightning  Lightning plays some peculiar tricks  at times hut we havo never, heard of  anything to como up to tha following,  which the "Melbourne Ago" properly  labels "Extraordinary Incident."  A young man whilo riding through  tha timber country at YVillung during  a recent storm had a remarkable escape from death in. peculiar circumstances. A largo tree directly In  front of him was struck by lightning  and split In halves. The horse ho was,  riding/ becoming terrified, started to  plunge through the gap between the  halves of the tree. At that moment  the halves came together v.ith a-snap  liko a rabbit trap, and crushed off a  length of the horse's tall, which catJ  still be scon protruding from the tree.  Tho young man received a sovore  shaking, but otherwlso camo through  tho ordeal safely.  Z&&zt  IW'WIUJWWI  am I to go to bed with my boots on?  ���������pointing to his tight-fitting top-boots  and! can't pull them off myself, however hard I try. So unless I marry,  who Is to pull them off for me.  Clergyman (lately come to parish)  ���������Your neighbor Smith says my sermons are rubbish.  . Farmer���������Ah* ye,needn't mind him,  Ir; he's merely a mouthpiece for other  folks.  Cutting  Mr. J. L. 'Toole had a great antipathy to street music of any kind.  About this thero is a story told ot him.  Tho waits, one Christmas - evening,  played under his windows, greatly to  his annoyance, and on the next day.  they paid him a visit.  "We played under your window last  night, said the spokesman of the party  when they were shown into his presence.  iWell, and what do you want? quoth  tlie comedian.  We've come for our little gratuity.  Come for a gratuity havo you? exclaimed Mr. Toole. Bles3 mo! I  thought you had como to apologise.. -  Hare Hunt Through a Town  London.���������A hare, which made its  appoaranco in tho town of Baldock,  Herts', was chaseo. through High street,  Norton street aud Orchard street, bolero jetting safely away.  , Tho small ��������� boy ln the audience  watched tho classic dancer in her  barefooted poses.  Whero are the lady's stockings,  mamma? he aslfed in a clear little  voice;  Hush dear, I don't know, tho embarrassed mother replied. ,  Maybe she hung 'em up for Christmas, said the- small boy in. a still  louder v6ice.  Tho Amateur (enthusiastically)��������� 1  suppose art is your whole ambition?  The Professional (with a sigh)���������Yes  but otherwise it is not so filling.  One of the commonest complaints of  Infants is worms, and the most effective application for thor.i is Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator.  A Sure Sign  Tho minister was coming to dtnnei  unci Iho usual preparations had boon  made to insuro the good man a pleasant time. Dishes that would make  the mouth water woro In tho open,  nnd the best silverware was on tho  table.  At last the visitor came. ITo was  greeted by the daughter of tho house,  a small girl but one big enough to  know better.  T knew you were corning, she said.  And how did you know I was com-  ' Ins?  A llltlo bird fold me,  What sort of a little bird?  A chicken.  ��������� ��������� ������������������ i ������������������ ��������� - ���������-���������>  How Ho Did It  How "did you volo, "Undo George?  How did I vote? responded the old  Fouthorn darky.  Yes, sir.  In my mind, enh,  PARROT PREVENTS MURDER  AisnoBln Mfstnkcis Hlo Voice for Thnt  of Man nnd Sklpa  Uriiss.-ls.���������A pot parrot recr-iiUy  plnycd mi Imiioriiint part In a tragoily  lu a culMirb or nrtissi'la recently,  An old woman unmed Koottlngon.  reputed to he a minor, wan nlrnnglcil  by a liurglur who ciit.-.rod her lodg-  1'ims for Ihe purpnno of rnhblni; her.  Willi.-* the ii'ifmnsln was searchlm?  'or hor lionrd of money and jowola,  Mmo. KdeKluRcii'H pit parrot uttnred  .-vorul woriln which It had lenrnod  it>m Us nihilr.,fiH,  Thiiikliic,  that ho  heard  a human  ..ion, Ui<! 0'wisnln    no J,   leaving   a  irj;o tiiiin of money untouched,  PALE ANAEMIC GIRLS  Find ��������� New  Health   Through Dr.  .Williams' Pink Pillsfor  Thare must be'1 no guesswork.in the  treatment of pale,'anaemic girls. . If  your daughter is' languid," has a pale,  sallow complexion, is short of breath,  especially on going upstairs; if she  has palpitation'of the heart, a poor appetite, or a tendency to faint, she has  anaemia���������which means poverty of  the blood. Any delay in treatment  mav leave her weak and sickly for the  rest "of her life���������delay may even result in consumption, that most hopeless of diseases. When tho blood  is poor and watery, there is only one  certain cure���������that is Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, coupled with nourishing  food and gentle out-of-door exercise,  Dr.'"Williams' Pink Tills iictimlly  mako now blood, which flowing  hroiiph tho veins stimulate the nerves,  increases the appetite, gli'o brightness  lo iho eye, a glow of health to the  cheek, and makes weak, dospondont  girls full of healthy activity. The  ease of Miss T. H. Lassalle, Sorel,  Que., if? typical of the cures mado by  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Sho rays:  "[ was weak and all run down. My  faco wn,s pule and covered with '-p.  les. My lips were palo. T suffered  from pains In all my limbs, which  would at times bo swollen. I was  hardly over froo from headaches  and I found work about, tho house a1  burden, sfis tlm least effort left me fatigued arid brnalhloiw. I had no np-  petite, nnd notwithstanding Hint T was  ennslantly doctoring T Roomod ,to ho  growing woi'fio nil tho llmo. Ono  dny mother mild '* nt film thought I  ought to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  and I derided to (lo ro, I noon ills-  covered Unit 1 had found tho right  medicine, and n't.Y iifilntr nine boxes  T was once morn enjoying the host nf  he'illh. nnd T liavo not boon unwell  a dnv since,"  You can got Dr. Wllllnma* Pink  PIUh from nny medlelne dealer nr by  iinM nt HO cents n box or six boxes  Tor P2.no from The Dr. Williams'  Medlclno Co., Tlrockvlllo, Ont.  NEW C.P.R.  TERMINAL STATION   AT VANCOUVER  The above illustration shows t-h-e magnificent terminal station of the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. at Van->  couver. , The building is now In co'ur se of construction, and it is expected that it will be at.least two years before the work is completed. The estimated cost of'the terminal station and wharf is in tho neighborhood of  52,750,000.00. * -v.  Any mnn enn buy llckels to Ihe  ���������how, but It lake:- othor qnnlltInn to  ��������� i>t tho right kind of girl to holp lilm  look at It,  Kk. u box er ilx hox������i Tor J2.S0,  at til cftalaro, or Th* Dodrii Medl-  tin* Oarlipar-y. Llmltad, Toronto,  Canada.  Room for Improvement  Mr. Reymmiv Hicks, who with MIbh  Hllnllnn Terrlfl, In nt ihe London Col-  laeiim in n nkeiHi over tlio holiday soa-  iion, liaii been telling 11.1m ntory of ouo  of hln curly singe, oxporlencoo.  The heroine, wliotic acting wan vory,  vcy had, wan supposed lo ho nn Invalid, nnd Mr. IIIoIsb plnyod tho part  of Uio doclor attrndlng hor. In ono  of tho ROenoa another chnrnotor, ro-  ferrlug lo tho. heroine, nsknd lilm,  "Dnnlor, In Ihero any hnpo?"  To which Mr. Hicks replied; She  will he belter In tlio spring.  Wo "opo to 'oavrrn Hlio will, guv'-  noi i culm.' ������i di. j.u'J votec from lht>  i'lill.'ry.  Rome men will tell the timo of day  hy (ho nun, and nnmn womon toll tlio  time of night hy the Bon.  ^iii.iiii���������|a.ia Ml       ���������     ���������������  In Retrospect  Wo kirk about (ho modern days  And put them on tho rack,  Hut the.��������� will ho tho good old tlmos'  When wo nro looking back.  No Wonder He Was Interested  " Mr. G. ,T. Widdicombo, who In  1872, was appointed by Lord Ilannen  to bo Clerk of th > Rules and Orders  of tho Probate and Divorce Division,  has just retired.  One of his stories relates to tho only  occasion on which Lord Ilannen was  known to have been hoaxed.   v  Among tho "fury called to hoar a  'certain case was a man dressed in  deep mourning. Before tho case began ho roso in his place and begged  Lord Ilannen that he might bo excused  from service on the jury as ho was  deeply interested In a gentleman's  tunornl and specially desired to bo  present.  Tho judge was touched by the man's  evident grief. Certainly, he said,  you may go!  After tho man had left the court,  Mr; Widdicombo whispered to his  lordship: Do you know who that man  Is?  No. replied tho judge, a' littlo our-  prised,  ITo Is the undertaker! Mr. Widdicombo explained.           ��������� ���������   t"'  '  Corns nro enuscd by tho prefigure of  tight bootp, but no ono need bo  troubled with thorn long when ro simple a remedy as Holloway's Corn Curo  is available    Not a Complement  I know that. I am ugly, and that, as  a Ronoral tiling, tho girls do not ml-  mire mo, said Our do Knilth; but, ho  added, Mian Iilrdlo Metilnls paid mo n  vory high compliment last evening nt  1110    I,ft11 .,!,.. 11  How did nlio como to do that? askod  poniiybunkor cynically,  I don't know how It camo nbout.  Sho umiuily put? mo fifth or sixth on  hor list ot dances, but last night pIio  put mo down for tho vory llrrt dniicn  I know alio'did, replied ronnybimker.  I asked hor what nlio monnt by ciich  ocfiontrlclty, and she said that siu  dnncod tho first rtanco wllh you to got  yon off hor mind, eo Hint she :ould  onjoy herself for tho rest of tho even-,  Ing.  Getting 'em for the Kernel  Some time back a certain colonel's  gardener was going through tho woods,  belonging.'to his employer, when he  saw a man'busy gathering nuts, r  As tho colonel had given strict orders that no ono was to be allowed to  pick tho nuts that year, as had hitherto  ���������been the case, the gardener said to the  man:  You'll havo-to clear out of this; I'vo  got orders to keep all those nuts for  the colonel.- Ho wants thorn for  Christmas.  It's all right, replied tho man; that's  what I'm getting 'om for,  Satisfied hy the answer, tho gardener passed on.  Meeting tho samo man a week after  the occurrence ho said:  Look here; you wero not getting  thoso nuts Cor the colonel at all.  I toll you I was, was tho emphatic  reply.  Hut I know better. Tho colonel  told mo that ho gnvo neither you nor  anybody else any authority.   .  Well, I know jolly well I wn3 getting  them for tho kernel; I .Idn't want  Uio shells,  Then the Fun Started  It was .>not an important case,  but when at Inst thero"1 stepped  into tho .box, a diminutive, out-at-tho  elbow's youth, tho picador thought his  chance had come'  You say. you are fifteen? Havo you  any occupation of any kind?  No. And tho youth shook his  head. ���������'   '  You Just loaf about���������stand at the  corner of tho street, and so on?"  That's about all, mister.  What does your father do?  Foylhor?    Nowt much.  Doesn't ho do anything to holp to  keep tho family?  Sornotimoa. 'E get an odd job  now and again llko.  Ah! Tho young barrister smiled, Ab  a matter of fact, your father Is a lazy,  worthless, good-for-nothing idler?  Ah dunno! drawled out tlio youth.  Moybo 'o Is, mobbo 'o Isn't. Anyway,  you can nsk him. 'E'a slttln' thero  ou tho jury.  Funny that a boy will tell his sister  nil nbout his lovo affairs, whilo a girl  always tolls another girl.  The One  Ideal Gift  Insist ob  this  trademark  ���������n 'all your  .record*  for-all the family  ' for all  the year  SrOUnd is n frademarw  Columbia Graforiola  Ask your nearest Columbia  dealer to play you the speeia  Xmas Columbia Records. (Fit  any machine.) " .   .  Columbia Phono-srap'i Compaij"  McKlnnon Building, Toronto, 0������\.  Territory Open to Doaleri  Ask your Clothier to show you  SANFORD'S SOVEREIGN  T  no' others as' good -  GALL STONES  KIdnoy Stones and Gravel aro quickly expelled from tho system by Uu  ubo or ...  ..    SANOL ,.-;  wMeri has been a signal ������ucae������������  thrcughout Canada ns a complete  euro of Kidney Trouble and all Urlo  Acid Diseases. Wt will send letters  telling' of many cures to all who will  wrlto us.  Price $1.50 Per Bottle at all Leading  Druggists.  THE  SANOL   M'FG.   CO.,  LTD.  '    WINNIPEG.  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"Dlvorooa oiiKht to como nlonf* with  tlio titles that American mon of monoy  buy for tholr ambltlouB daughtors.  It Is notlcoablo thnt tlio protiont  criiy.0 for old timo thliiKs iloomi't load  any girl Into ninnliiG tallt.v candles  and riialtlnu soft soap.  Mrn, Canoy���������-YlHtorday waa Mm,  Miiloiioy'n birthday, ami hor hiiflbanil  gavo Iior a silver teapot.  Mrs. Murphy���������Solid?  Mrs. Cnsoy���������Suro, you're JolcInR.  How could Blio put tea In it If It woro  solid?  Tho publisher of tho best Farmor's  paper In tlio Maritime Provinces in  writing to us states;  "I would say that I do not know of  a medlclno that has stood tho lo t of  timo llko MINAIWS LINIMHNT. It  has boon an unfallinj* remedy in our  lionsohold over slnco I can remeinbar,  and haa outlived dozons of would-bo  competitors and ImlUitoro.  GUARANTEED  INVESTMENTS  Wrlto us for information concerning our two Winnipeg Subdivisions  "Deer Lodge Subdivision" ��������� this  finest property in tha Wost end, and  "Woodlawn" situatod to the aou'.h  oast.    Wo guarantee profits.  STEWART fi"?ALKER, LTD.  Sterling Bank Bldg , Winnipeg.  W, N. U. 035  Melbourne, ��������� Prehistoric human  footprints havo btien dlncovorort in  hl.ibsi uf .-.:uu!.ito:if fn n qunrry nt  Warrhaiiibool, Aunlralla. Their aso  Ij rEtliiiatoil at 50,000 years.  The only time rom'" persona enloy  dolim their duty Im whoa it Ih nn ''ii>  plcaitftnt onr> for tlm oilur fellow.  Nobody  lovoa a grouch,  fuel docan't euro him.  but thnt  "l'lilu tjiory was lidnfi lold at ono  of tlio rocont agricultural nhows.  , A ratlin* Jolly-loohlng coslor was  wanderlnK round the pig section.  Pointing to .ono of the animals ho ro-  innrUn.il tn a farmer standing near:���������  Nlfo pig that!  Tlio farmer loolccd at lilm scornfully.  Much you ltnow about pigs I ho  comment.nl.  Gam! retorted tho coBtr-r. TJctyer  five hob I can guonp 'Is weight 11 a near  na you can.  Done, said lh.> farmer promptly.  Well, what dn you nny *o wpIkIis?  tho coHlcr ashed.  Twenty ntono, replied the farmer  with confidence.  Tlio cosier grinned. I pay twenty  stone, loo, an' thal'B aB near nn you,  bo I win.  Anybody can wear a campaign button, but It la tho voto that rnunta.  Proud Mother���������Such enormous sums  that wo'vo spent on dear Clara's voico,  Sympathotlo visitor���������And you enn  roally do nothing for it?  Chapped Hands  Won't Rolber  Yon  ll 'rMci<\ r\f  soap you use  SNAP, the  original hand  cleaner.  SNAP contains no lye or  ne'ds, but p.lycerlne and neutral  oils which keen the oUiu nuiooUi  and in splendid condition,  Try SNAP for n week aud notice  the difference. 47  SNAP  OrJrr frail rftir flu). rl<>4*7.  Buatwf.nu.  What tho Bachelor Mloaed  A bachelor old and slia'cy sat all alono  in his room,  His toes with   wit woro aching, his  faco all covered with ploom.  No modlcnl aid wan lacking;, tho nor-  vants attended his ring,  nespoctfully  heard his orderu, and  obllgod him in everything.  But thero wan ono thing wanting���������ono  thing ho could not command,  The kindly look, tho gontlo tone, tho  tonch of a logins hnrnl  And ho Raid, nn bin brow Rrow darlcor,  and ho runs for Ills hlrolini* nurso,  MarrlaRO may. bo a fall tiro, but Uiis Is  a jolly sight worso!  Culinary Flattery  Nico,��������� SbScitu IioLv.1 IjiOjii'viUjis at  NIco and Montono, to flatter Uiolr  Gorman visitors, aro sorvJng a pudding  a la Sodan, a clrcumstaiico which  has drawn n protest from somo of tbo  Paris Journals.  GENUINE INVESTMENTS  Wo will noil for a Abort whilo a fow  loto loft In Soulhwooii Parle (lo cIofo  out a pyndlciUo) at iivIccb bolow what  lulJolnliiK loin nro Holllmi at today.  ABphalt pavement, lioi'd lot������, cIobo  to enr, between Winnipeg and now  iiRrlcLiltunil collcga and UnlvcrMty  nlio, nbRdliitoly wifo and a i;ood profit niuiurcd.  Wrlto us nt once,  PACE,  HARRISON A  MILLAR  303 Keowaydon  Dlclrj.,  Portatjo Avo., Enot  Wlnnlpeo  MALE HELP WANTED  Would xrou ltkh to mbai��������� Trm  Rtoclc urolUui: btiDlneaaT I want ��������� llvt  iinbltloun roproncntativ* In ev������ry olty  tncl town tn linndh h toe lea, bonds ani  mortRnaiMi; applicant rmiRt ftirnluh refer-  ������nn������n nnd hnvn from 1100 to 1500 prrsni*  al capital. WrK������i or call Al, K, L,-i*it  ts Co., M Victoria HtroM, Toronto.  AGENTS WANTED  Wanted���������Agents for Hall and Wind,  storm Insurance.    Apply Tho Canada  "vVc'iHinr Tntiurnrtr-rt flnmnanv. (Dominion LIconso), Winnipeg, Man.  There's no rent for tho woary, but  thon who cares ns long as tlioro'B a  crowd nt the Roclnl?  Ho young while you enn; you'll havo  havo hard enoiwh work trying lo bo  young when you can't.  tn��������������� aa���������w���������wimaiiaiiniimni i  1������������������a���������m  Wlion wo ,havo to work only four  hours a day, think of all the ttmo  we'll have to mako chicken coops.  utr  In recalling war timo humors, a veteran rocontly remarked that onlislod  mon ntood by ono another :noBt hand-  Bomoly.  Very Ing.-nlously, too, ho want on,  f rcmoniber one dny our captain���������*  regular - aaked Sergeant Porter about  Ulfl target practice.  How nro your men coming nionjt,"  sergeant? ho naljod.  Woll, captain, said Porter, with an  air of great pride, my mon Bhot well  today, very woll, but they would hai'ft  thot bolter perhaps. If th" farcer, hacf  stood a littlo more to Uio left. ~*K������V. .,,,:..-...   0,,-  . *'- ,'s ' .-���������.  TOE -NEWS. ������������������CTO������������BKOND." B.C.  f:  %  %  TWO GIRLS  (>- ,   ^aJWtvaaauaaar  Or How a Prayer Was  Answered  ' !���������' '   ',*'}*"'     '���������  By CLARISSA MACKIE  TWO   QUEER  ANIMALS.  i  ROAR OF THE ARCTIC.  maiden sister Gussle, who kept houso ,  for him.; If Uussle Kiggs .guce lioa- \o   .     . ,   , _  sessnd ilicjiewjT&r ber niece's ewe_.'-\ But' the Hook T<,it Bear Put 0ne 0ve,r; 5u,!en Thiinder of the Gaks and th,  jinentU'm know that she. would visit r'    ,       0n tho Sidebill Creeper.   _ , "Voices of the Ice." *  -every bouse.pi. Main-street to t.u|)ar|    ^ ^ Uio ^^ Adlrollljack ;   Mogfc   _      ^.^ (he ,dea Uiat In  the news even if her day g v,or,k ������*Dt ^ ^ nnd-8lor?, tellcri 0������ic������ met Uis   tll0 fnP rea(.hcs of tUQ  Arctic' circle  undone. -'������., . , m.ltcU..   There  was'an   Englishman.-" (hero prevails au  everlasting death-  I -praw������J, M������ s*?.nV^ with .tho proverbial .Bug- \ like  stillness.    But those who  havo  ��������� room.-.furtively'wiping ber eyes. ���������"������������������������ -   ������������������   '-     ���������  and  -table.  j "Ma," said Lorn after awhile as they  nto In silence, . ".vou. needn't worry  about my Engagement. -' ISynloeii only  said she'd marry uie' if you'didn't care.  Stone. "       , ���������   ,  'Yes; she wouldn't mnrry where sho,  Mrs. Stoue was waUlngou.the porch  when her son cniuo hoinu from work.           Her face was very pale; and two long , wasn't wanted.. She su.dso * ir you-  lines drawn from nose to chin indicate, don't vriint her for a dnug it In- law  fd that the "Stono dander" was la ses-   l ������������������������ *w won ' baVe ">'   cnital  room., uniAoiy.w.p us u-, r,���������  ,..������ , llsh  s,M15e . or muaor.   Nvho .went to UDOut much time iu tbo far north as  proceeded to place the supper, o.i tha ,    ^^ foi.���������sofflo deer/shouting.   TliejBnre U8 tliat (hat region is far from  morning iiftel- his arrival ho started   being silent, although so little life is  out with a gun alone.   As ho left tho   manifest for tho- greater part of tho  camp Paul told him to^beware "of the  "side hill creepers." -  "What's a side" hill creeper?"' asked  Iho Englishman. \        '       ".'-'  ."Well," said Paul, "it's an animal  that lives on the side of a hill, and ns  lis right legs are long ami its left legs  ���������Ion.  "Well, ma. how. goes, It V asked Lcm,  Lem gloomily. .     ��������� -  Mr?, Stone was silent for a.long time.  "I was hoping your going to see hec  vlth bis customary smile of groetlns:.o JM:ns 0U|y ;t r'at,"Cy.    i didn't.think It  "Lem,-I've beard ne^vs" today," she   %XoaU\ amount to anything," sjm.muc*  iv,>  Biiid abruptly.  Lem'stone reddened "tp bis ears, a"d  tic looked past her at the,open door-  why of,, the, kitchen. "What" kinder  hows?" lie asked "sheepishly.  ,"I guess you know what It Is," she  declared significantly.   ���������  "There's lots of "things* you might  hear,", ho mumbled.     .���������'������������������'  "Well, what I've heard ��������� today has  raised all ibe, Stoue dander in me, t  should have thought you'd told your  own mother first of all Instead of leaving me to learn* It,'from somebody  else.".      * v ',-        ��������� '    '  "Ma," said Lem earnestly, lifting his  ryes and looking strnlghMnlo hor hard  vgrny ones, "you menu about my.kecp-  iiigcompaiiy'wIth'Evnlccii l'iggs?"  ���������    "1 moan about yotir getting yourself  engaged to her.1' ��������� '     "'"'���������-  "I was going" to tell you, tonight nt  supper. Vou see, it's all kinder,new  to' me.yet-like n dream," lie said almost shyly.  "liuniph! Liken nightmare!" snorted  Mrs.  Stone,  as'she'clattered'dishes  ' onto lho: table.  Lem lu rued fiercely, and the line  from his nose"to'his chin was very  distinct now.",  "Ma. you don't like Evaleen. . Why  don't,you?" he asked.,   .,      ��������� .,     ..-  ��������� "She's shriller."  "liow .do you -know.? -.You're hardly  spoken to"her���������you".don't know .her."  ..lie-protested hotly./���������; *���������   *\-'-'-  "I knew her mother ��������� I've always  known her folk's.-' Sam Biggs was as,  mured at last.     ���������a   "It's amounted to tbls-if  I-cant j i  sco  vou  dodged  1 don't wauf nuybody,**- i ,.jgi,ri������  marry, Evaleeu  uud Lena's mouth was'set hard,  "I never could bring myself-to np-���������  prove of your marrying ber, Lem, and  Iguess I'll have to tell you tho reason  why!" cried his mother fiercely. ..  s "I believe you ought to tell mo, moth-,  or.:' it's only my due.",    "  "Well, 1 was engaged lo Sam-Biggs  once, and he Jilted mo to- marry Molly  TolIes-thereiV^Mrs. Stone's fnco was  year.  On polar seas the. Ice. though thick  ind solid as granite, ts hardly ever stJIl.  There are tides in tbo arctic, aud  these lift and lower the huge Icefields,  causing them to give out all manner  of noises. , Even as late as November  short,'It can ouly run on sloping' the pack will wake up without warn-  ground. They arc very ferocious, and |ug ana pt|e Usclf iu huge heaps with  if one starts aftor you you must1 run indescribable crashlngs, groanlngs and  up or down hill,1 as on account ot Its roarings. Peary speaks of the "rabid  deformity it cannot- catch��������� you when" roar������ 0f tho���������'.'tumbling chaos of ice  you do that."' *"'   , I blocks."    Ills Eslklmos were terribly  Tho Englishman shouldered his gun   frightened and set up weird howllngs.  and wont out   About night time ho re-  ti1c dogs whined and barked, and alto-  turned.   Tho guide said to lilm, "Well,   gether. the noise was terrific.    Every  the  creepers,  all   arctic explorer has given similar accounts.   "*' , ���������  WHY; CHICKENS  PAY.  Eight, Arguments Jn Favor of Poultry  Raising by the Gsneral Farmer.  . A well known Canadian professor at  Ottawa. In reply to the question, "Why  Js poultry valuable to the farmer":",.  gave the following reasons:  Uecause ho ought .by this meaus to  convert a great deal of tho waste of lils  farm into money in tlio shape of eggs  and chickens for market.  Because with intelligent management  bens ought to be all year revenue producers, with the exception of perhaps  two months duriug the molting period.  Because poultry will yield him u  quicker return for his capital invested  tha  "'Because the manure fma <J������ PJ* , The tmUlll0nt consisU of Irentln_.  lrybot.se will nuke a y '^ ���������l* ! (hc seei] wlu, tt so,u,.,m 0~f conm.or-  post for use in eUhi-r vo^^lo BBidoj - ^ vComrapn.lBl  or orchard.   'Jhe birds tliemboho*. W.| ..     whlohai^i -10 per c-pnt solu-  mowed to run la plum or apple or- , [^in'f^^������..li'wator.,.������,,  FIGHTING THE QATSMUT. .  Formalin Treatment Is a Simple am(  Well Recommended Remedy.'  The .otToitiveuoss  of   the   formal Ik  .treatment' for slinking smut.of wheat'  'smut of oats ami covered smut of bar-  an a ,v o     .   othe; departments of j *!***������ Properly used has boon re-  * , peatedly demonstrated,   It is easily- ap*  1 ������LC'I..!!Ie,,i..a n������ a fm,n ii.������ no,.u ' pJIihI. luesueiislve and very otYeaivo.  "No, I met one," said-tho English-, j  man. '  "Yes?" said Paul. ' "How did-you  get away Ironv.hlm5"  Tbo movements of.the'Ice-the gradual  crowding'and  pressing,   bending,  hnd ��������� pushing,   tlio   breaking   of ' the  masses of.snoAv lying at the "Ice foot"  'Ton'shouldn't have doue that. You  could mako better time running downhill."    ��������� ,,,.--���������.._.  "I know it," snld.tbe Englishman,  "but you see I met a hooked tail bear,  flushed crimson ns she made this. lm-|nm1 j; jUst naturally had. to "rim up-  VI mu'uphill,'.' said the Englishman,   -have glven,0rlso to the expression of  mlliating coufession.  ,Lf>m jumped to lils-feci and leaned  across the table. "Good* Lord, mother!" ho exclaimed.,,. v'Uo you meau  that vou're holding tlfalover us-Eva-  *" _ .>-*i    __ ....   .U.. ..ai.'*.'   rl^lll\  bill."  "How's that?" asked Paul.  explorers, "Tho voices of the ice." ��������� It  may be that one will hear a low singing; splashing or grumbling, alternating with varlousootl.cr sounds, cracking and snapping. These sound ir'reg-'  ularly from a great distance, like a  confusion of human voices, the racket  Of'a'railway-train or'the skurrylngof  "Well, you know when a hooked tall , a "sledging party. - Then, again, tho  bear'gets, started running the only, noises, aro such as. to. cause tho ex-  way he'.can"stop.is to-wrap his hooked . piorei* to fancy* he hears'the steps and  Why, we'liaven't done | < tnll "aroiind a tree., If I had'run do\yn;,, voices "of various species of aninials.  snis was cn*iN0 ani> nrrnnixa wrrrii  nnoiticN nuyitits.  fihaller.nB Thimble creek, Molly Tolles  married "lilm for his money, and she  was as shaller im ho was. They're a  shallbr ramily." \Mrs.������ Stone's voice  shook with somo Inward emotion.  Lorn camo to her and placed his  hand'upon her shoulder. "Ma," ho  wild earnestly, "toll mo what It Is  you'vo got iigiilmU the' Illggsns? It  ain't no small matter that upsets you  llko this,. You'vo known I wiih going  with Evalco'n for n year or more, ami  although you've complained somo  you'vo never upoko out llko tills. I  thought-may ho -you'd llko n daughter."  "Not Eviilocn lllggs!" sho suddenly  will led out and, wrench lug her shoulder from bio grasp, ran out of tho  room.  Lem did not follow her. Ho cnild  hem' his trtotlior- pacing to and fro lu  tier littlo hodroom off tho.slttlng room,  and ho could only conjociuro thnt It  wna Jcnlouay (lint Inspired thin lilttor  animosity toward tho girl ho had olios-  "������n for his wife,  Jt was true Unit Mis. Stono hnd nov-  ������r Invited the motherless Kvnloen to  como and visit lliom, nor had sho even  been naked to tnko (oa with Lorn and  tils widowed mother, ns was customary  lit tho, community "when a young mnn  was "Itoeplng stoutly company" with a  girl.  Tlio craning boforo bo nnd Rvnioon  Iced nud me?  anything."   ��������� , ,,',.';       '  - "I'know it, only I conldn t have.  Molly's daughter around. I'd be thinking of it. ��������� 1 hate Sam Uiggs-a trifling, shaller individual!" cried Mrs.  Stono violently. ,  ' "Ma," said Lem soberly, "I can't understand how yon feel this way after  so many years. , I should think you'd  bo��������� mighty"g!acl to, think you'd got rid  of marrying such a triller as you say  Mr., Biggs is.' Just think! If you'd  married Mr. Biggs ydii couldn't have  /married pa. and he was.the linestinuu  tliat over lived!"  ."That's right, Lem,. only somehow r  can't givo In to your marrying Eva-  Iceii,"' sub said obstinately, for she  bad been a Stone and married a Stone  and came by temper and will on both  sides of the family.  ' "Very well, mother.   You mean that  as final?"   Lcm was very wblto,as be  turned to the.door.v_,     "_    .   ���������"Ycs";"~she~sltIcl^iusklly.?~A"nd with-  out another' word her son loft. Iho.  room'and went upstairs.to his own  little bedchamber under, the roof. Sho  could hear him movlug around, nnd  sho knew that be was dressing to go  over to Evaleen Biggs' house nnd tell  'her that his mother woujd not ���������welv  come her as a daughter.  Wbnt would their life bo aflerthnt?  Would Lem go away from home mid  leave her nloue? Might-not-things' be  worse than if he married tCvaleen and  brought her thero? - ."'  , Mrs. Stono shook h6r head. Nothing  could bo worse than to bo confronted  with the dully sight of the daughter  of Molly Tolles and Samuel Hlggs. tho  faithless one, and to realize Hint the  girl was married to hor son, her pride.  her Lcm!  So sho allowed Lem to leave tho  houRe a half hour later, although sho  knew ho lingered n, little, hoping for  somo slgu of relenting, on her part.  But she gave no sign.  The nest day ho was grave and silent, and for many days after that he  was tho sumo. Mrs. Stone was very  miserable and unhappy and did nut go  Into iho street. Sho wits afraid sho  might meet (iiisslo Blggfl and she was  fearful of thnt lady's tonguo.  Ono Juno dny at sunset sho.found It  necessary to go across lots lo a farm  In tbo neighborhood., Tlio Holds wero  kneo high with daisies und buttercups  mid her skirts mndo n sweeping pnili  through theni.  Tho field skirted a plno  grovo and, as Mrs. Stono passed along,  hero sho heard a sound Unit brought  her to a sudden pa uso,  It was Iho sound of weeping,  She did not turn tier bond Hlhor way  nt lirst. Tor tho sound curried her bud;  twenty-uvu long yours to n'llmo wlinu  kIio was a young girl and bad throwu  herself down upon tho brown plno tiro-  dies In Hint very spot to weep out hor  sorrow heenimo Sum Hlggs hnd Jlllwl  hor.   Hver since then hIio bad winced  at tlio smoll of plno ncodlcs-br tlio  Blghtof swii;lng daisies-or tho aound  nf ii wood" thriiHl) at sunset,  All these sights and Rounds woro  mlnglud now togetlior wllh n girl's pus-  nloiinlo weeping. So sho hnd wopt  j-enrH ago, nnd now sho wns n mlddlo  nged woman who despised Sam IJIggs  nnd wax honrdly glud alio had not mnr*  vied lilm, only sho could not forglvo  lilm. This grlof stricken girl wan thoj  reincarnation of her own self, Huo  turned hor ores and sntv what nho hnd  hill he could have stopped, but when  L ran uphill-why every time he hooked his tail around a tree ho just turn-*  bled over backward, aud so I got  away."      ���������     .     '  Paul 'owned   himself   beateu   and  when the' Englishman,left refused to  accept any money for his board.���������New,  eruption.  York Herald.  ��������� Spring is the noisiest time in tlie polar seas.- McClure of tho investigator,  compared the breaking, up of the lco  at that season to heavy thunder or tho  Bound of great, guns. Another.writer  likened the sound of tho breaking lco  floe to tliat-. produced  by. a  volcanic  BURNING. WOMEN  ALIVE.  * - ���������     " ���������'    '- -  A Punishment That Was Abolished In  England In 1790. ',���������.'.,  Moreover, ���������'the air In the arctic regions, is seldom absolutely still. Gales  aro frequent.', The winter, winds,'according to 'Peary...blow with almost  unimaginable fury. Oii ono occasion  i In the cabins', of the Roosevelt-the  ���������,.    .     ���������," ..   .v,,^,,.  Sound resembled that of some gigantic  The horrible punishment of burning,-   w everything'vib'ratiiig' to*  women alive seems, to have existed lu- the    ulsatlon 6j (he machiUery,   The  Saxon-England, but perhaps only m- atmosphere" was filled wiih tbe  the case of slaves.   Under the- Norman  .deep suJ|cn ronp of' (hft wlu(L ^^  rulers any-woman,- bond orjTree, who was-lhe.clouil of snow picked np  killed her husband was burned.all o   and swopt forward on lhe wIngs 0nhe  and   the  same  punishment for .this. ��������� - ^     were:|nvls,.  crimo and also for high treason and ^ tm ^ Mwnv . ���������   ..   -      "  even for. coining and plher minor of  fenses~con ttnued "or~i\roserirour tiuie'T  ble ten feet away.  _Qri_high_ground,-such-ns--tbnt-of-!n---  ncr Greenland,.tbe .wind is never still  chard, will destroy all Injurious Insect  life.  Because, while cereals and fruits can  only be successfully grown iti certain  sections, poultry cau be raised for table use" or layers ot oggs'.in all parts  of the country. '' '     '  , Because poultry raising Is nn employment In'which the farmer's wife  iind daughters can 'engage and leave  him free to attend to oilier departments. '  Because it will bring the best return  "in'the shape of no'w laid eggs during  the winter season,'when the farmer has [  most'time on his hands. ���������    j  . Because to start poultry, raising on^  tho farm requires littlenor ho capital. ;  Under any circumstances!,with proper,,  management, poultry can bo made wirli'.(  little cost-a valuable adjunct to the,  farm.  -, <7 M   ��������� ���������       ���������.  WHAT'S IN A FARM NAME?  Every     Comfortable     Homestead     It  Worth Its Own Distinctive Title.  Every good man and woman,, lias a  cherished memory, of (he old home  .wli'ei'e'c:hiIdhoo.d".s days were spoilt, and  if'tbat old home (was on a farm that  farm should hiive n Jiamev that' will  distinguish If from, till other, farms of'  the county. ������ " . .-..'���������  ' Nearly every, .other business house,  factory"bt;'Grin bns. ndofftcd n name and  a credit is established. Every farm is  worlliy of a jinnie. .and every,farmer  can 'mnk"e a reputation aud establish a  credit for his farm and its products  through intelligent," careful study "and  the adoption of approved modern'meth-  ' ods Of procedure.  A well chosen name.lends dignity to  l������c bought by the pint or in bulk at a -  cost of 50 cents to $1 per pouiid. nnd  ono pound (10 ounces avoirdupois)'will  treat'twenty-live to fifty bushels ot  grain. The formolln''solution, should:  be guaranteed to contain 40 p������r cent of  formaldehyde gaj������ by,volume.   If tbew  'to time through-the second;nnd third the, constant hiss'of  periods until it was, abolished by act ^ brocZ(jMiulen with tiny' bits of ,ce,  Photograph by. UnlteiUStatos ilepartmenl  .  ". "      <   '���������     of tierrlculturo. ',      '    -  .  . ... . v q. .  BUUT OF OATS, SHOWING A SMUTTED HKAB  ANUrOltCOMPAHISON A SOUND OAT UKAU.  is any doubt as to its "strength a Iialf":"  pint sample should be sent to the state   .  agricultural-station for analysis.  ,  ' This formalin is mixed with water at  Ihe rate of ono, pound of formalin to..  A_weil CiWMiijiaj!*ejenu^  rplaoe and is .n .tTort or tnulemnrk ' js ^n immc(1ialely' ���������ricr  ...i.; ... ,i!,.i!..An:.vi,rt������ tt- rtiwl ilo i.r/.nnnw" ^ . _ -    ..  of parliament,In 1790, the last actual-  ftsecutiou of tills kiud haying, however,  'taken, piace six years earlier.-'   -  Tho,whipping of women for various  offenses continued even later. Public  whipping .was. not nbdndoned until  ]S17, and cases of private whipping occurred as late as 1S20.  There can .be (no doubt, we think,  thnt the snvngo' human instinct of  cruelty had something to do with tho  barbarous punishments above mentioned. As the old Roman public'longed  for tho carnage of the circus, as tlio  Spnnlsh populaco crowded to the auto-  da. fe In tho^floui'tsbing days of the inquisition, so tho lower (perhaps not'  only tlio lower) strnta of English nationality took delight. In witnessing tortures which In all probability were devised and kept up partly for their entertainment Judgo Jeffreys in' sen-  fencing a,woman to bo whipped Is reported'lo have snld':  "nnngmiin; I charge you to pay particular attention lo this lady. Scourge  her till her blood rims down. It-Is  Christmas lime, a cold lime for madam  to strip. Seo that you bum hor shoulders thoroughly."-Cornhlll Magazine,  The Bright Qulde.  It wna ti pnrly of visitors, scelngtho  sights in, Pittsburgh that finally entered tlio conservatory presented to tho  city by Mr. I'hipps.'! Tho curator whilo  showing thorn around wns culled nwny  ou business uud left Iho visitors In  eluirgo of ono of tho clerks. Thoy  enmo to a bountiful staluo which was,  admired' lu.inoi.soly. It was of translucent mnrblo. Ilo pointed out the excellences of Uio stnlue, told tbo ninuo  of Uio sculptor nud showed It from every viewpoint. Ono nuked, "Alabaster,  isn't IIV" "tN'o," ho said, "Voiiiih."-  Argoniiut.   Spanlih Woman'* Hnndi,  Tlio hands of n Spanish woman havo  a classic bniiuty, and lliclr movomentu  aro incomparable.   Such bands cannot  .bo described; they enn only bo admired.   When they mnnipulato a fan  which flowed along knee high like, a  shining white river glittering ln the  pale arctic sunlight  - Nor is there lack of sounds caused  by anliual life, In the arctic may often be beard the baying,of wolves' nnd  tho barking of seal, while In tbo sum-  nicr the harsh cry of sea birds echoes  along tlio faces o'f the cliffs.���������Harper's  "\Vc������kly.  '     ..,  Formation of Worlds.  There are two hypotheses in reference  to the condition of the matter of Uie  universe at tho moment when science  begins its discussion- of the formation  of tho worlds. Both these agree Hint  the matter was ln u nebulous condition;  As Professor Voting snys: "This does  not assumo that mailer was created  iii'a nebulous-condition,, As the ,egg  may bo tnkenas tho stiirllilg point for  (he life history of tbo animal, so the  nebula mny bo taken ns the starting  point for the life history of tho plnnut-  nry slstcin,"- On ouo theory tho nebula  was in tho form of a honied gas; on  tho other, It was a cloud of cold meteoric dust. This Inttor many astronomers' think Is moro likely to bo true.  -ScioiiUllc American.  which distinguishes it and its products;  it characterizes.its owner as n man of  pride and stimulates nil who are Interested in it or Its'products to do and t������  bo'the best.  Wo believe that-a well selected nam*  will furnish., nn incentive for. better  ���������-farming; thnt nil implements, tools, vehicles, crates and products whenever  possible should havo the name of tin?  farm Indelibly stamped upon them; thai  treatment considerably more than usual should be sown to tbe acre, us,tho  "water absorbed, causes the grain to  swell. ,    -       '    .  Sprinkling'Is.oue of the most convenient methods of using the formalin  treatment. The ''seed is placed on a  clcnu floor or canvas* In n pile or layer  several indies'thick;' it is'then sprinkled with" the''formalin solution by  means of' au"ordinary sprinkling can  it should adorn every entrance -to the nv,ng mAch]w ���������,���������,. ������������������ shoveled  farm and be. printed iuu.il all (sta lout, y ovep'nml. ovol. ���������n,||. every, kernel Js  used on the farm.   \ o believe Ilia    lie .             f     T|]e  _���������,,���������  ,8 \,ieB  iionin'   u innlil    I'll.In li>    in   KOlllft   dlstlllCI ���������    .           ������.'     '        ..        .. ���������   ,        -.....,''���������.     ...in.  Clevor Feat.  Tho gli'l wns talking to tlio ex-col  logo mnn, ������ -  "Ami wbnt nro you going to do now  that you havo completed your education V" she asked.  "Oh, I think I'll llvo on my Income,"  ho answered nlrly.  "I am disappointed lu yon. I.lvo on  your Income, Indeed! Why don't ymi  do Rome grout'deed to show thu world  how clover you nioV"  "My denr young woman, If I swv  coed In living on my Income It will bo  the cleverest deed, nny ,uinn over tic-  compllshod,"-('li'VoJirml ,|%lu.Mirier.  He Got on Dock.  A unllor who hnd landed nflor u long  voyngo, und hiivlng.bognjmld' off,.cull-  rd n cub, threw-Jiiringgnli.jniirdu'tiii.d  name" should relnte" to somo distinct  feature of (ho farm, Us location,- topography or producls.-llllnois I'armors'  Institute. ���������   ' Feeding Value-'of Pumpkins.  Pumpkins tire-about 00 per coilt water, it has been estimated'that two  und one-half tons of pumpkins equal lu  feeding vnluo. about one ton of sllngo  niubthnt twenty pounds/of pumpkins  contain ns miieh.illgestllilo protein as  n pound of corn. The principal vnluo  of pumpkins lies In their succulouco  and as a part of tho radon are valuable for nil kinds of llvo stoek.-Knnsni  .'armor.  placed in n pllo niul covered with  sacks, blankets or u tarpaulin for two-  hours or overnight, it is then dried  fiH'JIeloHtly to' run- through Uio drills,  lifter which It mny he b\Wn.~l"������ullotln  United Staton Department of Agriculture.  ���������     \   2.FORM AN ANTI-WEED TRUST.'  Every farmer ought to lake  prldo In destroying weeds. Farmers, In fact, ought to work in  unison toward preventing nil  pestiferous weeds from going lo  Hor-d on (heir lands. If thoy  would only combine and rorm n  "trust" for (bis purpose, there is  no legislation that would kick,  nnd greatly would they bo bono-  III<;d by It.  ������  ���������'  ������  t  ������  ������  ������  ���������  t  t  mireil.     >> nun   nicy   iuhjhimihhu  a   i.m    ��������������� "������...#,...���������*..  ������������������������������������- ���������������������������'"ST*.  or roll a cigarette, wlion thoy rniao a j Jumped on (np hiibsl^ \i  oklrt or nrrniigo n mnutllln, It is nl-     "Hog pardon, nliV'-'snild th  tho' nHtonlsh-,  On every furni where thero Is Umber  of Inrgo hIx.o thoro oiitflil to ho a cant*'  liook.'uirliiiploiiu'iit shown In (ho plo-,  lure, for Uiu purpose of moving heavy |  logs, snys Homo iim'l l-'nrm, from which  pictiiro a ml duKcrlplluii nro Inkon.   it  will  kiivo  u   triMiioiidoiis  umount  of  licnvy lifting, nud ono mnn with n ciint������  hook enn do im imicli, or even moro,  (hnu two without It. Thu luiiiillo should  ! bo iibmil five feet long nnd the Iron  find boon reluming from too. evening cipocted, for Uicao plno (roes bordered,  cliiircli servlco.   It was nwonllBht. nnd do fUeiA-s |Haca.   1'oor, protfy fcrulceii  the npplo bloaaomB drlftliiB down upon was prano upon tho plno need cs, and  (heirvoungbondB had been sweet wl(h ������he wns of-lng ond ultcrlng llltlo bro-  the fragrance of May.   Somohow r.rm ken prayers.                                   .  hnd found courngo to'rislc Uio quratloo I   "Oh,  Lord."  fiht������  wns llsnylng.    It  U.iii hud ftviuhiM' mt ...������ lip.S niwl v'va- ������������"������������������������������������������������ ��������������������� ^ ""^ ������uf >"������ t������ .���������>��������������������� i������������������  1cc.ii had nunlllled her nnswcr'ln a , right for jno.   Wo cotikl nil bo so (nip.  most unsntlHfiu'tory mnniior. py I' "ho"-           .  "Tea, Lorn, If your mother does not '   Mrs. fltono's fnco shone with somo  enro," fllio hnd  whlKpered. nnd  she Inward light nnd. her hsrd eyon sort-  could not bo persuaded lo nnawor oth- , cnod wondorfully.   Novrr iignlnTouirt  #rw|so                                          " ' (hey wear tin* cold rwi'Mmeiit hf too  Now,' It wns vory ovldont (hat Loin's   bIKor years. Sho stepped through ������ Cap  mother did wo. ������" H"������ l*nf������ nnrt u'lc,t dow" mU]9  now bad Mrs, Btone dlncoverrd tbe   h'vnlcen Illppi.  ���������mrfigMnont which ro far Hurt hern ��������� !   "Cnmo Kvfllpcn," sho snld lo thu ilnr-  Mcr-M brtwern I.em nnd Brnlpcn?       : tied jtlri, "romc homo with mo nnd  wnys dono with Inlhilto grnoo. A  Spanish woman alono linows bow to  uso ber hands ns thoy truly should bo  used.-New York Run.  ���������   A Settler,  "Yea," saUl .Mr. Cuumx c.inicsUy,  "but whnl convinces you Unit Iho duk������  lores our dnugbtor derply nnd devotedly?"  "Tho fact," replied his wlfo Icily,  "i!:at Lc '���������> v.-IHIa.; ii -.-ccti ycu m fi  fnlbeMii-law."-Washlnston Star,  --������ ��������� ,.'���������' .'���������.���������,���������.,, ������������������. ,,.uf(lr. i book nbout twolvo Inches, or If very  rd oabmnn, "but you ullbul   got hwWoj ,       , ,_ l)ft nm] ||f|p(,n [w[m  ��������� ml nnf vrtlir   WISPM fill    Oil." '..-   Tj  mid put your hoses on top.  "Sloor tho crufl nliciid; JurS'ey., I'hH^j  songurn iibwy.1. go Mi ilodi./iiti^  Bitsojii'tno hold," was the reply'  the io|>.-'.ouUuii iit-hils. '  lug  from  ,*} The liuok should work loo-'cly on a bolt  j through tlm liimdlo and tho "business  end" bo slightly curved Inward and ill'  Dtfinlno a Canard,  Wllllo-Pnw, what ls,n ennnrd? Pmr  -A tnnnrd Is whrn o newspaper prints  a stnUment (hat n politician who Js r  frlond of the poo-pul hns had hia punts  jjreBsed.-'Clnclnnntl Hnqulrer.  'Able Officeholder.  "I understand that you mice sang In  n gloo club,"  "Yom," replied Iho grout politician.  "A:iJ I *--..uit t-i icll i\.;. w!;c;i .; ;;;-:*.  wllh n voice llko mine enn hold n pu-  sltlon lu n gleo club It shows (lint ho  Is Komo onicoholdor." - I.os Angeles  Mstonor.  Hi Kn������w,  Mltlfl   nrother - Whtifi   cllqcoltol  Um'cmiid mHr^nrVn Biiess thnt' M us talk wUh,L.m .b������.������ (J. **���������   ^^^^XiS^  HVnlrM, hnd told hor fnll.rr nnd thnt  dine hrrniiBP-l'vo found out I do wum . J^J;���������*011 w,u* l0  lamiidl  Hiaai bad  eoufidrd In  bis t dcuebter sft������r aU.".  otu!"-Judgo  Dr������akifl������.  "My new cook broke her word to mu  to como nnt'ly."  "Well, It her word to you Is nil ������hn  lironki ln (ho hoime you nro getting off  ������Ai������y."-Rii1i!more American,  ������  *  Farmer;. In the future wl'l not  be so niixloin lo nianngo largo  fiirmi, but will bo moro euiiccrn-  aero. Scleneo U (mcliliig wlint  can bo iict'tuiipllslicd by tho Inti'l-  llgriit use of iiiniiuro nnd fertilizer;! i������o that Iho yield of our  fiiriu-i may'be Increused,-Furm  und Itiiiu'li.  The Gain Colt* Should Make,  i Tho average fiirin t'oit nhould mnkon  ilnily gnln of nt leiiHl two pounds, Also  good colls van Ixr raised when tlie  inn res nro working. A coll should,weigh  nt ion months nne-hnlf Hn weight at  maturity."-Farm und Fireside,  With the Wax and Honey Makers.  Worn Win!or better If they Imvo pnrl  honey nnd purl sugnr lu llvo uu durlnn  cold went her.  j Look out for Urn weak colonies of  bees nud giro thorn honoy from I'lose  Hint have moro thnn they nerd. Thou  siiiiili of colonies atnrvo to death ever-  winter. If you feed (ho bees sirup be  miro it Is not too thin or (roublu will  result. Three purls wiilcr nnd four  purls Kiig'ir will bo nbout tho right mixture.  I    it n (.*vii/,iy,v jv. ] ;;y !:!vc;, !;-, !'.; ?..-.'.  ' ������nd put thorn tn^pihor 'it lnl������ui-i������ tlnr.o  rntlier llinn to buy thoni nil nailed uud  painted, ns the Inttor cost about one  third  more.   I'veu n  iiovlco can  pin  liivos logeihyT without trouble, im mn-  1 t-IHiip Hindi! hives nn> n> nct'iirulidv cut  Hint all parts tit ci'-Hy and inicrohaiige  iilily.-l'iuiii .loiirnal.  !   ThroiiKhmit Iho wlntci* prrbid nf In  1 nitivlly It l-i best lu keep Ihe boos n>  ' quid us possible.   At'lcr providing foi  (heir runifi.rt by |iropcrly lioiisliig t\w\  hlicK*-ring Uu'iii. it li bc-.t !<> !t( Uiviv.  , Hcvercly nlon.������ ilurlng frosty weather.  ; tl wiii l><: Juipiu'tiit;!. hTACcr, l-i uatel,  ��������� tlio i'ii(raiu-.'s to Iho hivc-s and kt't'|i  them open.   Tlu-iv h danger of ttn"!������-  Now li lh������ Time.  Now U tlio lime (o plmi i-rop ruin-  t/uli.-i for"ilu* ruining ,U';ir.   .Study (hi   r.pculng*  bi'cumlng ntnppcdup   wild  WMiK^'Mf thv i'n.iii.jii fullowil dining   ii^ad Iji-o-*. ������'i"i'ii ulu-ii only :> nun" per  It h dl������ffrnceful to Plumb'.o thtl.'o nl ; tin. im-i ���������.���������.���������i^mii.    bi-cuvcr lu wmIi   u-\\<-;z,"t ti-.o {���������!<--^v tr.-eMtn-ir'timth  Uit samo stont.-Urtsk Tiovcrb.  Itui'.llS .tllll COIitCl   Uil'Ul,  io Miiilcr.-Ci'iiiilry fii-fitlviuaA, *.*>������ **,!?  ���������raft  ^y*' "':i4^m^m\ ���������; -i-rp^s^^^  .., |    NOTICK is htreby given th4t APP'1  ���������'"���������llilljOrkM 1.818 ,     jca'uon ..ll.be made to the Superintend  ry  OiidllU.  llDlfD ���������       cauon Aiu.ut: limine .iu ...������  ~w,- .-.-  Tuesday   by' the em of Provincial Police for a rienewal of  the lioiftl bcenset o sell liquors by retail  -  -       -     **     _-....  Cumberland  airig   Gompany  '���������������r-will not hold   itself  ,   for the o|)iiiioiis'of oth-  '/ appear in its eolijiDns  io time.  .'���������'SDAr,.A*pJtI!J?,19J3  in and upon ihe premises known as ihe  New Hotel lleriot, situaied on Lot ^t,  Subdivision of Lots NortheasJ quarter  of Lut 216 Heriot   liay,   ������?yward   Dis*  tret, H. C.  JOSEPH DICK, Applicant,  Dated Deer 28th, 1912,,,  D '  ."SQTICJ* U ber&Ky givou tint aypli-  oiiiou w;U be madd to th;> Siiperintend-  riitof Piuviociial P.>h'ee, Victoria for a  license to sell liquor by wh-������!oeilo upois  the piomUeb sitiujivQ on J/)t 6, TJlook 15,  pu.i.l)eilmid Tovnaite, Cumborland, B. C  Ct'ALI MUSSATTO, Applieai.t.  }>at<vd this IS t\ dny ot Dec, 11)12.  .���������i'rd'Lmd District,  .-������������������ii'* of Comox.  V.:"b".il..v M.uy Tl-*-'������n of  ;oiip-ui������i iii.a'i'icii   womn.n  :-.!v  for permission to pur-  .,;.,,.ini-detfribed Vinds:- J \ p  YOU  \VAN?  ��������� .-.1 n po5t phnted al   ihe >    ���������   , fn.:r of T. L"'.  No.  4433s-  }���������-> chains, thence west 40  ��������� iiiuiii 5������i-chains move- or  '.r.e, t!)snce tlorig the shore  ���������i rnord or less 10 plac- of  ��������� vvrir,g   2.10 iicresjriore or  LUMBER  .   &\LE US  Comox Sawmill Co., Limited,  Couiox,   13. C--  QEiiRGIi VERDIER  Agent for Mary Thulin  '--t i?;h,r.9ri3.  S..\.v.ii-ct Lar4 District.  Distvit 1 of Comox.  ,,���������"* NOTICE 1 hat'Charles Thulin,  ���������... :-.'';, occupation  merchant, in-  ���������-:  npq'y l.ir   pfirmisst onto   pur-  ���������\)p AiilowHiy ccscrtbed land:���������  .in?, at a post planted in Browns  north-east corner of T. L  j'-.-s.cu   west So   chain's, thence.  .;��������� -,':r,.s   lh.eric.8 e?.it   80 chains,  -'I -.0 '.'ii- \ t-h.er.ee south 20 chains  . r '.-'-; ilons! shore line .to place of  -..-.'(���������w.t.vi'.ung 160 acres npre- of  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Charles Thulin  ��������� /- '-; ������������������?' r'i'l}. ������9*2 r���������   ;**���������. varcl Land DistrL'X  D srrist of Cpmox.     " ,  ���������V  NOh'CE that. George Verdi:  ��������� ' ...-.i, IJ-.C, cccupatipR.  : ,- .   , poly for-permisskwi  t������<> p������r-  i*!>.viiv������ described  1������im1s:-t-  SALK OF WO UK..  IABCiUR COMMISSION  SITTINGS,.of the Prorincial Libor-r  Commissi'oa will, lw held aa follow. :���������  Nanai-no��������� Monday, February   17th, tt  8 p. m.i Court-houao.1  Cumberlind-T'vYiOneBday. Feb uirj 1SM<,  at 8 p. on.      '      >  Alborni���������"Mouday. Fefounry  S4"b. tt  !8 p.n}.' .   _*  .    Lady3mitli-T-Tvv!������a>v, Feb>nary   25-'b,  i ate*.-30 p. m.  Sttve^a -Man^f M������f(d������ ?rd, at 2.S0  p. m.     ���������  Cbilliwnok-rTuesday, Ma^c6  4th,   at  2.30 p. ui.  Now Wcotmiasver���������ThoKday^iarch 6,  whit h,bi., City H*U. -    .  V^noouveT-Priday^Matcli -Jt*!, at 1,0  a. m��������� Court-hoiK*  ' " , - - .. :-.:v *t%. post planted tu   tbe      ^q^^U empowered to in-  -.-  ��������� ���������    .: r c.;--.wr Qf Lot S7,thence north ��������� .^ ^n m^n _ffeoUng tho oondi-, I  .- ���������-'   "iw to the shore line, thence fotlo-v , ^^ ^ Ulwii. .^__:.t<3h Co'.^bi.-u     All *  luVA^yiy-MaroancXtYta P!),r-:''i3 lh-cl pt.ri-0I,g iotereetad 5r������ iuvlteJ to aitond"  aid eiv.a ivulcnoo  1 . 'H-.G. PABSOS3  ChMiinaii  F. B" MoNauihl*.  *^:oi������)tary'  K  ��������� ?x~ ot. b.exiqning.  ftliOPjCE VERDiER-  ���������   . ��������� ,     .    '        ��������� ' /tpplicant  _' iir- \ii',>nst r.|th, igTl  S'.ywfircl Land District.  District of Comox.  j ���������'.;��������������� NOTICE that Fred Thulin,  .;��������� i -.:\/i. l*i C.^ occupation merchant, in:  :oz. ���������: nT.i^ply'To,v pcrmisiioin to our-  .).- o.-.l.t fi.llo/'.vin^' d,escrihcd land:���������  '',...' ...i'.;;:.u���������r.;',t  a.  p,o"U !plv\t������-'i lit (he  ;��������� n',, ������������������>��������� : ^ornsr 0/Timb,or Li.ise No. Io theflotdB of Wallace- A. SMoklind,  :���������>.'.. ���������:.. :nci: \vcs.t  8p  chains,  then'fe  nlsolaiown ai Willli.ftai'W'.A. ats-ick'i' A  ���������. r-sh. ���������: limj, thenco follow.njj shore 'rxl^ NOTICE, that byordOT.crf Hie  ".n". tnrt!: S-ich-nw, more'orless to the -H"; or' ,3u(V!.e ������������ilsi>r, mad* irt th*ab vtf  (vi.i.",u'bf..(���������ltln^coiuivning   6+. acres ^'"s* w ^������ W* *���������������-o! HoTeuiber 1912  IN-THE SUPRRBW OOTJRT' QF B'ilir  ISH COLUMBIA,'"KAltAlMQ  beqibtry;  v.1"' ���������   or ics-j.  qT':ORGE,VKkDI*ER  Ajjcnt for Fred Thulin  '.. " ,":. \,v\ U'h, 19'?  ��������� . fjiJrjK iVtCENSFJtAC'T.1''  (Section 4&)  NO ''ICr; i, hereby given, that on the  ������������������if '->r of t>:tobsr  next,   app;;.critior>  ���������1:. ��������� . nridit.i tl.c   Siiperintcndcrtt   *>/  : ,    ".iv.:.il I'oliccf i.1 th^ transfer of'tha-  .  .. .ji-ii-v ihe sr.ln   of  11 mi or by   riiail'  - ,-, - ! t'.vinihepr'emiftas knownas the  '���������\ '. ���������-. 11-.mil 1 nil we .a,t Campbell Uiv-  1, ''vaish CoKiinbia, fn*m Clv-tiica Thu-  ,ii:m! IC'.neraon   Ilann.ii.  to   Charles  the nadcrdgnt'd wae appointed Admini  trator o< tl������ Mtetai of tbe iboTc-narni'l  1 d<c n^ert, who died at. "PnrtUnd fe{ tlu,  I'Stnta of Orogoo, out *, ilo Ui.itod Ststc-a  , ot Amerivn, fin or aXr nt tlrn SOth duy of  [;Mty, 1912, ln-ehtftto-  AU pcooaiita. t������nd f*������ *$- agninat tho  ntudei'.lnfc mdalll Rccor.xito dxitj the naid  eitt^to ini'3t be prooont������d ntuYppid rr.npcot  ivoly on or before tha lut day 0$ Mimih,  1013.  ,   W. W. "WK.T>ATtD  Official Admhiiatrninr.,  Cnrnberlfind, I). C,  .'.in. of"Campbell River, BrilifclOCol  l hi  iri'*!.'!.  'auxl tin* 14th day r.f Supt., 1913  /I'llWLIN & HA.NNA.N  Holtlers^if l-.irensfi  "^UAKl.KSi'lMULIN  Applmnt for Transfer  '."'ruw.nvd htuu\ District  iy,Rti'it;t of SnyWaivd  \ W.Y, uoiiv?e that Wil.iain  . '��������� , (yibsoii. of V ancoii VIM', oc  ������uio.t, painter, intmuls to ap-  for ji������M'mirisv>!i' to j purchase  , , frijlfiiving (\escri,bo'] laiulp;���������  Coin.n,',i'-,iii(? ������t it post pluufccl so  t'l.olos t'fiat of the north cast cor-,  ���������por of Vimbcv Mcensij 3233, then-  V������ cnSi jo e-iiHius,, theiirv nw.ill.  ?t> ehii'uiH. thence vrciu 201 chains,  tlvence north 20 clmins to point  a}!"   couunctu'cnmnt,    coutainiu"  t'i'  IN THK COUNTY COURT OF NAN  A WO UOLDEN AT CUMUT.ULAKD. j  In r'rolmt������:��������� '  In iho mnttor of tholwt Will nwl ivs-  iduoit  of Oharlw   ������cven|)'Tt ftiyncr,  droi?n������������'l.  TAK1S S0TICJ3 thnthyorilw ot H'g  llfrnur, JmlijoBnrkor, roadu in IhenlKivn  Coti-t on Uio Wi J������y ������' T)cMTnVe',������ ,ft1,2'  tho nm1er������i(*lic(T wfin grantedUlt'-'rR nf ml  niiuiitriiti'.n wi'.h Will nwmxotl of tho oh  tiU of thu (iliovB-niw* 1 Churles I) 8 y-  nir, (locenaul, wbo dlad at Hock Buy, H,  C, on or nbimt May 7th, 1912.  All fccceiinto ������anln������t tin mid rJ.tn'e  and nil ftC00Wnt������ <lne tho tiM R'tnto mn*t  lw proflttntcd ond pv^d ri-Hpeollvuly or. or  boforo tlm yiratj day ������f M������o^ ���������l9>  W, TV. WILLABD  QHWnl Adn.raiuM*ntfir  Oumborlaml, H. C, Jiin29marl  .������ ������  ��������� \  .���������n  Mr li  TO DAIRYMEN.  v,   w ���������,    For Sale nt a sacrifice���������Two  .<���������;, find is he-UM^MH-t" Cream Scparators(t'.ie  t'wWni White nn'1 .Snhmv. nvcis.  best separator on tht- market  ������sOibsost     sizes 1 v ."*".   capacity 351) to 400  ���������tr^i-', A-y'i'i. a.,,.   6,s������i to 700  ^    !'cr   ���������,0,,r  .. 1  Wll.l.IAM J.\M������sGtRSOS*  j-'  Mau.'ic������'- f'-'.i  ��������� w,  Mi.-.ufl; 'U'-'i'.i'-  IK I  ,C <V.    li'  tt..j������   .>U*.'.  U<.teneHt ������e.v Hooch anwr>������!   b;  .  ������    '���������������< ""������*-, >*������'���������  *  ���������-.y  '-a h.  Ol   v.'O.i  fl  'j'i.csc m.'v' the '  ;\V���������  ���������.ii.-.'w'v Vn-en   ������������������!..  'i-r  j"*,-i  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "NuffSaid."  ^^ytje^^f^f!^*^'  Crown Brand  Briwers' Dried Grains  Itetier, Cheaper Than" Most Dairy Vwh  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd,  Distiihmora  N^NAIMP, B. 0.  WIS  r ."r- TnU 'iieViv'-r/ '.ml  sui<f.i-"������'o.tt jsloic.     Apply   K.  f''",/������"  ���������;'-  1, ,w:_ w. ���������������������������������������������������-  which will trade-gome-  Stock in:a yancouver.  Financial'Co., that-is;  jeaminr Twelve per^  cent.   Troperty ^lust:  be unencumberad.. -   .  ^Address,   X 4 96'  CuMJiER^AKD News,  Cumberland, B. 0,.  NOTICE  ���������NOTICE IS, HEREBY  GIViSS-lhajf-  ait-itiogs Of the Pri.^'iiabial   A^ricultiiral  Commission will be lieM at the Ml->������ing *  plrtCes:��������� ,  rNjiiuimo���������April 11 h. 10 ti.tn- Aud 2.3Q   r  p.m. Oi'-y.Hall.      '  , Park&y lie���������April  I2'.h,; I0v������j. n\. Agrir"  cultural Hill!-;        ������������������"��������� ^ i���������-'.--,  '.  Alblrni-Apiil 15th, 10 ������. m.,-and 2.30 ^  p.m.; A"priri.6:h,J0^.m.. Court Housp.      ,.  Comtenny���������April 17th aail I8'.li,   10 a.  m. au������T2.30 p .m. of bit!. il������y 1, Auncul'tu-  al Hall.   * ",:-  "��������� \    '.'-  -  Duncan-April 21-1 and 22'd, 10 ft. m.j.  'tud 2.30 p.m. 6f botti i'iivh, Cjurt Ho������b*?..-  The Co:iirai;-B:on ��������� ill hour cvidei.oo   oa  .11 jiuU<r������ rfff'Ct.ng agricultural o-mdi-  tions m th  Pruvir^.   ��������� All por.-o-.s int������r  ^jttd are iavi'od to be present.  '.. VV.H. HAYWARD, M.L.A;  ^ ...^-" C..uirmat>  Secretory.'"  ���������   TIMBER SALE No. X3.1.  S" EA.LED TENDERS will.be.received by Ihe .Miniver ofiLaiida  not later tlm"   roon' 011  the" Wth'g  day of April, 1913 for the purchase ���������  of   Licence    No     X31,    to,   out  2,105.000 fiet ������f i.inber online  Nor |U'fH Quprlg* of ������Srclion,21,  Den matt Iajm.d, N������ii������imo DiBtru-t.  Two yffirc will tbe-.ii I lowed fort;bo  removnl nf iiii^unber.,  PnrticuUre- of  Chief .Forwter,  Viciona, B. C. ni26o������23  Something That You  Have Never Seen  Nor Even  Heard *of  A PARISIAN NOVELTY���������  In Europe it is used .tin's yeor ���������  ns a littlo Bustor Present or rnih- -  or a ninrk ol! eouvtesy  to   I'riemla  iind rolntivcs.    Its val no as n tok-.  lies more in the novel idea than in  tho price oF Ihe article.    It is ai-  ranged so tliat it can ho sent just  like n   post card,  for ft coot or  two, to any  plure in  Canada oi������  tho United States.   Tho endoar-*  ing idea about it is tho embedded  LUM1NESS GROSS, which will  shino all night long or iu anydark  room in a, GLORIOUS MYSTIO  BLUE LIGHT,  after you had it  tc<posed to daylight   for a few  minutes,    Tho price is'bo low  that anyone is enabled to bo con������  vinced'of its real nature   It is in  dci>d im nrtiele which  is hold in  hi^Ji   ������,'itct*i������   hy   any   Christian  family or person,   Tho shi-iing  Ci'oa*' is made of a stono which ie  If*,".".'::! 0!i!y  i,t",v arpruflnlnm,   nnd  of whiolt the Uiblc speaks as tl 0  LUMIN.US STONE in "picturing'  Solomon'^ Temple, Prices aie:���������.  15 y;ti\U each*   2 for 25 eotils;   5  for fif) ������-������*���������..���������.; 12 for #1.00.  A. NBTKOW  H'.Y'l Yot������������;y fit,        Toronto. Ont.  Suit; Ap-itl f������r Canada nu>!  U. S,  .1 1  rtJ : THE' ������������������ EBWS, "SHMBmAKP; :3SfTSS  I  H  IV,  u  [v  I  ���������&  as  !���������'   -  h >  it  It     ���������  ���������*   .." '-'   NOTICE;     '    V;;- ���������  ..,/ :ya'DCQUv.er-.Land\Di8trict.^.-:^  .' JVD>stHct;6f-Vancouver.-,v.:-.* ;  TAKE NOTICE ilwt I," 'George  Verdier of Uampb'ell River,  occupation, Crt"ii8er, .intends i-o apply  for permission-to purchase the ilh  "1 iwing described lai\ds:-^-Com'men  ,c!ng at..,a p -st planted- at the' N.E.-  corner ;'of  Timber   Limit   43146,  thence west 8Q chains, thenceNorlh  -20 chains, thence, east1 80."chaim*,  ti the*hore line, thonce south -20  .chains puo're or.less aloiig th,ey shore  Hue to the place of beginning.-!  ...    GEORGE VBRiOIBR,  .'.        ,      Name.of Applicant  J)ate, February 26th, 1*913  Notice, is .herebyxiven that, at, the  .next'meeting' of the- "Board of License  Commissioners I irUehd to apply for.-a  renewal of.Uie hotel license held by Vne  for the New England Hotel, sttuaied on  block 3' lot .3; Cumberland Townsite."*    '  :  ���������'*:"  "���������      -    JOSEPH WALKER"  Dated Nov, 7th, 19121  NOTICE i".  in the jSiE^S  :" -NOJiCE ia.herebxgiven-Hhat  on ,the ur&ii. day ',Jq������ . ^ecerhber  next application-will, be made to  the Sii|)e.rintejide"at"jo'f Provincial  Police, Victoria, .J^C. for a renewal, of the hotel license to sell  liquors, by retail in the hotel  known.. as ..the , MalaspinajHotel,  situated atXund. 13. C; ,-. '.  -;.."; ; _ ; FRED THULIN>  -Dated October 10th, 1012 .  ��������� ��������� ���������"^ .  \, Savyward Land iDistrict.  District* of  Sayward.   .  TAKE  NOTiLCE   that    Justin  |)orr of upper ValdezTtdand, occupation farjiier, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described lauds.:  Goinmencing.  M a pos-t plaited 10 chains .east ot  Hyacinth, Lake, arid    10   chains  ,*outh of N. W. corner of J. D. pre  lemptinn, thence 10 chains west to.  lake, thenfte in a south-easterly dir  action, 10 ..chains along;, the  sljiore  ,of the lake to the interspction of Jj  J), line, thence north 10 chains ;���������to  jioint of -comuienceiiMbnt," containing in air fjiye acres more .or lew.  " ;��������� ~  ^ 'JUSTIN-DORR,, .:  Name Of Applicant in ftill  .0ate.,Marj3h8"t'h, 1-913'  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date application' will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, B.C., /or a renewal ef the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in the  'hotel known as the. Port Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox. B.C.  ,     n, . ,  . , :   , 'Amos Cottington,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 19*2   , ,'  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tbo great "Uterine Tonle,' aud  only safe effectual Monthly  IRegulaXor on which 'ffomon caa  depend." Sold in Uiroo degrees  of strongth-No. t, $1', No. 2,  10 degrees stronger, ?3; Np. 8,  for special cases, 85 per box.  Sold by ell druggists, or bka  prepaid tn receipt of price.  Froo pamphlet. Address: TH8  epald tn receipt of price,  m -%,.     a.������o������pomph!et.= Address: TH8  GaBBllEO!i*������HSCt*UTonO!<TO.ONT. (iormerlvlVwHun  An Ad in; the  pays.    Try it.  N  EWS  $300   REWARD  The above reward will be paid  for the recovery of the body of O.  H. Straud, who was drowned off  Demuan Island ou Thuri>day,  Dec. iatli.  The Anderson Logging Co.,  Union Bay, B. C.  . E., C. Emde, is agent for the  *'For6r'and ������������������Chalmern automobiles. ?Cars for hire.-   Phone,'18  LAND.REGISTRY ACT.  I* THta matter   of an  application for, a.fre^lV Certificate of Title  to Lot ���������54, J[M.������l> 311] Townsite of  , Courtenay.   '_.     '"���������  NOTICE is hereby y iven of my  'intention at the expiration of one  (Calendar month from the'first publication hereof to issue a fresh Oer-  ttffloate of title in'lieu of the Certi  fioate of Title ic������ued to Jo'cph  McPhee on theSOth of March-1905,  .an'd'oumlierBd ..1099015, yhich. has  jbeen lost;'  Daied at-Land Reg'i3try Office  Victoria, B. C;, this 21st day of  , Pecawi^r lfll2.:    ' "���������"���������'-;-���������* '"  ;1    ;/   b y; W(>OTTON.  ������",.    Kej-rstt-ar General of Titles;  Uniori Steamship?Co: of B.C.Ltd  THE 8.^S; COWIGIIAN WILL SAIL AS UNDKH  NANAIMO bENMANlSLA'NpvUNiON. BAY-COMOX ROUTE  " Leave Yancbuver, Monday, at 8 p. m.  Arrive Nanaihio, at 11.30 p, in.  Ajrjve Union Bay, Tuesday 6 a. ui.    ., LoavejjTuesday noon.  ,   Arrive Coniox, Tuesday 8 a. tn, '��������� Leave Tiiesdaj', 11 a. m.  Leave Nauaim^ 6-p. m.-Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver ������J.30 p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, n^op. 111  .Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p'.ra.  Arrive Couaox, Sunday, 8 a.ta. Depart 4 p.m.           ^  . ���������  \   .  .  .   Subject to chauge wttliout notice. " ^ ,  DBINK  offer   you   a safe - and   sound  . investment   with a  ' good return on y.cur money as well as an enhane-  ���������., (     ed value from now on.   '���������"  '  A Company with 'NbP romotioV Shares, v  A Company with iti    own fiscal  agency.   ,  "A Company   that will looksolely to  the wellfare  . /  'of  iti shareholders.    Shares are now selling..at ,$r *  ,,  .for all   cash, 'or    on ..the   easy   instalment   plan..  Gall or send fop a Ppospeetus to-day  The purest and best BEER, and  -''.,, ;. made in Cuuiberlahd.  The-Courtenay Hotel  Erery convenience for guest������.  .-fTJie Oential HoU-1 for Bportameii  JJoite buithe UpsJ of WJnes and Liquors  at the Bar.    < v  flATJBS        REASONABLE  nioift  .*  j; M.   McLEOD '   *P2ioyiu:-Eiror..  ' ' English 4, x BURTON Mwnys on t*p tlH������, tho famous MILWAUKEE  BEKaS-Anheoser, Bohmuian, Bchlta. to. "OLD. GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Boat Winoa and liquors of all kinds.  Ttw itoardtog and Lodging Department, tinder tlio iminodlato superintendence of Mrs  Dftria, will tw fonrd Pirnt oImb in avery rcnncot,*J  The   Mercantile  Genera!   Agency,    Ltd  Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile.Co., LtdV  .  >.       ��������� ;���������'    -     II������ad offices:      u\    ;   ������   ���������',,      .-..-.'   */''"..' "  207, 208, 209 Union Bank Building...Corner View and Gov't,  Streets, Victoria. B, C  ;   ^    ~~y   "       . j * - ���������. . ^   G eoT**~A"r j bo t t~Ma 11 a gi n j  Phone.3243  _T2\ 1 ������*A������-v4 ^-1 y���������  *      "We Build Homes and Make Loans'."    .. I  - .., j'.'- ���������- ~ "*  l " '������������������ ., . '   *J, - . - ' * Jj"  ATBS,  *pi 00 por day upwards.  To tnrimn it may concern 1  T.1.3 h to notify the pulJHc  that all frclglit charges o������ boml-  ed t?oods cleared at Uu.0.1 Bay  for the Comox Valley muit be  paid before ftoodB can be lorwatd  ed, By order  CauadUn Collieries Dunsmulr]  Co.  KOTIOB.  Riding on locomotivoa and rail  vray cars'of the Uniou Dolliery  Company by., any - person or per;  BonB--oxoopt. tain crow���������^.strictly-  proliiHtcd.' ; KmployeeB wo ������ub-  ioc to (Jiemiflflftl. for allowing flam*  ^     By order   "  .....   W. hi, COULSON,  General Manauter.  LIQUOR LICENSE  BY-LAW  ion!  NOTICE IS HEREBY G1V  EN that at tho next wSgnlnr moot  iug of tho Board of Liconflo Coin-  mififiionors of tho Municipality of  Ciimborland,  nppHeation will  bo  Hindttto tlio fiaid  Board of Com  miBBioricra for tho transfer  of the  licoi.R0 for tho palo of liquor by  retail in and  upon tho promiBCf*  known as tho V"cndomo Hotel, eit-  natoon Dunemnir Ayonito, in tho  City of Oumherland; from Robert  S.   F?obor������s*in  tn linhorr MV.Noil.  of tbo imh\ City of CmriVWWd.  Dated ,������t CiiinU*rlandl  B,  C.  this 10th day of Dtfcombor 1U12.  U, B. ItOBERTSON  lloldor of LicciiEo  KOBEHT MoNEIL  Trati 6fert������o.  C. H TARBELL  f*mmrrwmmmwmm*mmem������wmtw*mmmnmmmm  mtmwmitmmawimtm***mmm*mm*MmmiUtmmm  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  And all' KITCHEN ,'UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  aud  General Hardware  MOVING?  Pianos and  Furniture  Freight, Wood and Coal' Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON'& HAYWOOD  .   PHONE 5.7.  . Windermere Ave.  ORDERS TAKEN FOR NUT COAL  Ss.vwsrd**L.i"it District.   .  Diitiiot of S������yvmrd.  TAKtt^NOTlCKJ th .t  H������nry   Alfred  He s, otNow Vork, New York, ociMipnti-  ou tlootiicien, ii.loit.s to apply fur peraiis  uiou to iiurmiai ion to purchtiHe t/ie following rloccrl'.������d iBridn���������t'oniaiencindt at a  IpuBtplauteilaV thoXsouth oast corner of  tho north won'; iioarter of M- 5S8, tlicnct  4C chaiunouBt, thenco  40 ohuius roitb,  thoiicu 40 chain!* wc'.t,  theuyj 40  chajug  noutli top. iutuf com- cDtcment onutoiu-  ing 160at.roii more or I B3,  Hi'.miy Aiifukij Idutia  "'        Fmlior M. QiHkin-*, Agent.  DriodJ-unoWWi, 1012.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given Hint  she geneial store lutbiness or Dun  can Bros, has this day been sold  to Tallies^ H.'  Pnrkin.   All nc-  Boyward I^find Dlilriot.  . District of Su/ward,  TAKES NO TICK UiatiGoor^o 8tuoko, of  Now York, K. Y., ocouiwtiou  eufjiuour,  intoudiito upply lc'r termUsim to pui.  chuiw   the  following   do������oilbn'(J IiiiuIbi���������  Commonel ig at u i><ut ptniiteil 20 oli������lm  noutli of tha iicrth-MBt corner of lot 554,  tl.onoo onst 20 chain*, lhcuoo north 40  oliuiiu, thonco   woit   20   cliHiiil',   Uionco  Rontli 40 ohaiiin to jioint of ooinnitMiuo-  muit oontuininB 80 inrcM mf.ro or h**.  liUORCU STUCKB  FUher M..Oufikini( A^out.  l)ktt> Juno 10th, IU112.  '  tiny \7kri) Land Diatiiot.  '    Di.trict of S'ywiirJ.    ��������� ..  TAKE NOTICE thai Join Ax hur I)u'yr  of New Yoik, New Yor!;, ������ccuputi..i cl������rk'  iutoi.dai to " m'-ply  f<>r.ptr.nl*Biui. lo  put"  oliRco Vho   foll'iwing  dt scril-ed lat.iJfli-���������  Ooir.iueiicing at" a  pot pluutid  ������*- 'h-*  south-oust   corner of Leaho 46.   thei.co-  !������oiitb 80 chaiua,  thenco .,w������t 80 rlininp,  thenco not th   80 u'mjiid.   th-noo   wt>t c'lr-  uliulus to po'ut of commne rat-lit ooultiu.  ing G40 aoiesi moro nr leta, ��������� >  '    iOUX AltTHUR DALY  , ',T?iBher II. Oatliint, As������iit.  Ditb Jwiip 24th, 1012.    -  Saywurd LV'Q D'mtrict.  Diatret of Sijwr.d.  TAKE NOTICE that WilUaxn John  Sullivwu, New York, N. Y., occupBtion  ������lork, lnt<uii.i to aprly for pormi ft'on to  yuroliuEo tho follow in a tlio followjiig de������-  oribiii Uiidfli--Coiiimoiicii������ ht a post  plmtod 10 olminn smith fioui tho ������,urth-  edhl corunr *f lot 570 (on pout 574) thonco  ii'irth 80 chuliiH. tkinoo vnut 80 ol ������ii.������,  thonco BDUth 80 ch& n������, tlmncii v������*i������t 80  chuiui, to point of aomiuauctiincut OOfi-  Ui'.l-ig 640 ������oren m irm or lcm.  WHJiUM JOHN SULLIVAN  FithorM. CJiiHUiiiF, Agout,  Dato Juuo 514, 1012.  Snynord I.>.'n-i Diiitrict.  Liintriot ol S-iywiml,  TAKE NOTICE  'h-t -Wullor   BcdulJv  B or,    (.-t   'Now    York.    Now ,. Yoik  ocoupatloji    luborcr,  i.ityr.d* to ��������� npp'y-  or pcni.liini.iii to purohmc tlio  folowit-tr  i.HCrlhiilli'idn���������UoiMi'i'iicI U   it.  uto-t  pliifitotl 120 vhi'ni wo-t iti.il  10' Qh*iu.i  norlh.of tho noutli <HHt   corner uf  L������"'Ka  ���������til, tlinicc Bouih 8') cli ins, thowju on������t 40-  olmi.iM    thoiicu, in'ith- 80 oUiott,   ftecco  west -10 chtiina to point ofcoiiim-nia iu'>"-t  o������it.tiuiii(f 320 iicrm ni"io it Umk.  WALTCU BKUISLL UKHT  l'i������bt).' M. (i.u-'sUja', Agwnt.  Data Jituj S4i'i, 10!3.  B1 y ward Li nd Uitt lot.  DiHtrlot ol 8.'.yw������rd.  TAKENOl'Ioli dint Otorgo  CUariiw  SLtu-,of Nbw   fuik, N. Y.t  ooouptti-ii  olork, Jntendi to apply for porniiuH.oi t"  eotints due Ihe lute firm must bc|Dirohnaotho fol'owiitfilo������oilhod Uw\*  paid to E. Duncan, who will sot-  tie all liabilities. '  Snnd-X-.ek^Oct. ist 1912.  NOTK'U  I  Wood'l FlaOSSillOdiMt  Th* OnM JltviUiH n������*������tl).  Tunwi ������i4 InvlttorutAi.tti" v nolo  norvuun ������yfi,ij'iil in*k������i ntw  UloMln obi Volfifc (J.������* Af'f  ������y. &Mtf/if lvtak������ru.J<mtoittOfhj*pa  TavuandJ&Ft* a/Ainu** Jir^tui  'Tlt(t't<>.naa  Tthm'  NOTICliU hereby Rlv������n that appli  oaiion will hn u.ndo to the filler  lnt������nd<������nt of rr.*������nelnl Pollca Victoria,  jfor ft licopaa to t*U hqntr by wl.oWmle  niwn tho i-wnlkoi nUiiftUd on lot 12.  HlooV, fl, Cun>Ur!n*a Towoavto, CumtM.r-  Uml, U. C.  Jontr ".Liiiwiciif, Avplic-t.t   1  n������liitlhlt 18 h d������.y ���������������! L*t.v.'IMVt)', 11*13-1  Any porson or porsouB, cutting,  removing or tftking any blut-kp,  timhnr or wood, of any doHtii'iptiodn  .)ulonging to tho Wellington Colliery Co'y,, or from or off tlio land  of tho wild (Joinpuny, or anyone  tipping rubbish of nny destfi'ipth'i"  anywhere upon Uie coiupaiiy'K  Inn.) will Ik* prosecuted to tho full  QXlimt of tlio law,  W, J.. COITLSOX,  (Ji'tieml IMnnftger,  g-i llinry Ci.,}'.  Commenointj ut * p������)Ht pluntod 40 oh-in*  wo t and 2d chuino i> I'lU t-t tho noith 011*1  corner Of lot 554, tlit'iiotl t'������it 40 thiiiiu,  th-noo BCulh 'JOcliaiua thoiice wc������t 40  ulu.'lnn, thonco ilnrtli 20 ohnliw to \ 0 ul 0  oi.inmonciunont odu'i'iiiiiiu BOui-wti mon  r Sum.  OEOV.OK CU AWT.1W ������rt>N R  1'inlurM.a-oMin, A������n.t.  Dttlo Juno 10'h, 1012.  Suywiird Lmd U.ut'i.t.  Diatrioiof H*ywHivl.  TAKE NOTICE tliut WlUixin AuRaoat  UUoliofl, if   Now York, N. Y., ocoupu-  tion clerk, inltmhi to epi'ly for poriiilHiiiiu.  to  ptticbn<'0  iho   follow'nn   (l^oribo-l  lftiid-.-C'oininoncinp ut  u   pout plnutfti]  .'IO duiiH 11 nt nntMt) clmi h north of the  north-wn:.t corner of lot 053, UiMiee went  50 oli'i'iH more or Iuhi,   (o lot CM, ihooci*  40 chuiim ������o,>lh ������!o k ������hM. bouuditry   ������.f  lot 5511 thouco ������������at 50 oluiim u<iro or U������h  to loaiw 40,   tlwuoo uordi 40 abain*  to  ^ol.it of ooui'iMoniM'iutJrit coiltuiniiiB'  200  burud moro or los*. .  WILLIAM AliuAijiBl i>i^/liOi"i"  MWE \H CANADA  YEAST  CA1KES  UiU.luno  Unywnrd Lnnd Dlilriot.  ii.tlt'tA *.i   ifH'aa.1*  TAKENOTICK thnt Cbmlw I^noy ff  Vauoouvwr, H. t*.> liOOilpH'i.'ii OJiitnto or,  iuteuditonpily Ir vrimi fibm U pur<  OlHBO iho'.foilo -illg '.��������� ttBrCtili'il Illll'U:--  Comrfloncinfl at   ������  p������M  plontfil  ot   Ih  s.iitbouHtct'MKi '������f bitB7i������. 'I" 6 *���������-������������������������  4 ������chains, tlu'iioo ivni'li bOihtii.*, {���������������������������ici  .-.1Mb 4tl iinuiim, u* . 1,��������� wr b 3^ .c:'""l.V  jjoiut of OKiii.i'tiitciujm. CilJt'������*I K <"���������-"���������  licnMluoi*  or li^H. M ,.  V sllIT   M. Ci.t*k<U������, A.4t!il������>  J)������t������d Jut)" 19 li. V'J*  m  Best Yeast  the World  iAfc.ii.  ������������������������������, <f  ii|ciiiu''.n  11 peroh  0'i'iinoi.  orth 0'������������  ao liii'UMi  WIHl'l 'ill '  (J 1.1  of  Cfklt IHt'l  M- IlH       , _,      V,V ,-  |������<>  TT:~  ���������J?  THE' NEWS. CTJirBEilTjA?n>i.Ji: &  (t  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. R. Punshon  \  Ward, Lock & Co., Limited  London, Melbourne & Toronto.,  ��������� (Continued)  CHAPTER II.  "The Youthful Dead    ���������  It was only tho . thickness of his  leather motoring coat, that and his  own activity that saved Edward' Thorold's life'. cAs ll,was, he got a nas*y  stab in tho .hand, besides another in  tie neck, that only Just drew hlood,  and then at the third blow Uie thin  blade of Green's knife snapped short  against the thick leather of Thorold's  coat. - Tliorold laughed1 then, with  his harsh, unaccustomed laugh, and  seizing- his assailant round tho body  fairly flung him into the road, whero  he lay stunned and shaken.-Jumping  down from the car, Thorold stood over  him; hlood dripping from his wounded  hand:"  You little rat, he said, and when  Green tried to rise ho put his footon  his breast and crushed- him down into the dirt again. You little rat;' ne  said once moro.  ,- For two or three moments they.re;  maiued thus, Green gazing up in sullen  rage and hate, and Thorold looking  down in contempt and, as it seemed,  in.some doubt. He was wondering  how those pale, furtive eyes he had  jiist seen charged with such murder-  pus malice,' could "ever have seemed  to him like those of the lad ho loved  with Iho love that David bore to Jonathan, passing the lovo of women, and  it was a terrible reflection to him  that perhaps his first* impression had  been Hie right ono.  In a moment or two he turned away  and got back into his car, and Green  ���������rose-slowly to his.feet. For another  minute or so the 'two men stared full  at each other, and thon Green asked  in a kind of stupor of amazement as  he saw .that Thorold was;' preparing  to  start' again:  ��������� What, ain't you going to give me  up to tho police, then?  ������������������ You .are not worth the trouble;  Thorold answered, with a cold scorn  that set Green' shaking .'with a rage'  more intense, a fury more bitter than  a"ny he had'oven-felt before.'  .From the very first moment he had  felt a secret antagonism towards  Thorold. In "his very way of saving  him had been a scornful pride that  had stung Green to the quick, in his  .' manner   aflerwards   there  had   been'  ==i\. <- t- 1.1- n *-_*. ������ ������,7 nm |Amnf +7. ������ * ���������"i ������.  J US I III.TI      UllLti ^WlltC-Hiy..  LOJCllj ...UO'  above all thing's repugnant to Green's  Vain and ,yet affectionate nature. Had  Thorold done what he had done with  another manner, with sympathy and  kindness, Green would almost liavo  worshipped him, would willingly have  died for him. But as it was he hated him, and when he spoke a malign  and hitter fury breathed in his words.  I'll show what I'm worth, he stam-  mercd; I'll let them take me, so I  will, and then I'll, tell 'em 'ow you  helped me to escape up on the hill  thero. Twelve months hard It'll he  for harboring of an escaping convict-  twelve months hard, and I'll do my  time in pe-aco and 'appy to think of  you toeing Uio lino In quod,  Thorold iooked rather astonished and  his grim, sot faco showed a certain discomposure. For'if this little rascal  chose to carry out his threat and to  .denounce him for having helped him,  not only would tho Immcdiato consequences be extremely unpleasant, but  also tho errand upon which ho was  would bo ruined, with results ho dared  not think of.  It was not his way to hesitate, and  In a momen his mind waa mado up,  Tho very depth of Uio contempt, ho  folt for the littlo convict mado him  caro nothing about appearing to yield  to his throats.  Jump in, then, ho said, and I will  talto you out of this.   I don't want to  bother with the police*JH������t now.. ,It  serves me rlght'for being such a foolv.  I think it's tho first time I ever meddled with what didn't concern mo," and  I'm sure it will be1 tlie.'ast.- ,      ������������������' :?  Sullenly suspicious, Green resumed  his seat in thecar and in-a" moment  Ithe great machine-was flying along tho  road again.       'j ."       ���������       ->-        >  |    Brought you "to your senses, eh?  I Showed you I wasn't only dirt to ba  trod on. eh? 'asked Green, witli a kind  of feeble and malign triumph; showed you you wasn't master same as you  thought you was. eht  '  .      '-���������   '  Aye, answered Thorold. 11 had forgotten that even a worm can be an  inconvenience at times ���������  Me, a worm?.gasped Green, 'Ere.  what? You keep a'civil tongue in your  *cad, will you? Call me ��������� a worm,  would you? 'ere let mo down and I'll  go back, ��������� bo I will, and split to the  peelers. n     ���������....,*'  I3g quiet, r.aid Thorold,' turning on  him with a blaze . of- wrath before  which tho other's spiteful temper  withered in an Instant; if you bother,  me or threaten me ' any" more; Til  strangel you where you sit and l- row  your body into tho ditch there'.'  . That he meant what he said was evident, and Green collapsed, hating him  more than ever.' About two miles  further on'they came out-on aloi^ely  strotch of down, at "the extremity of  which tho spires of an old cathedral  city wero visible. It was In this  direction that Thorold now headed the  car, and turning to Green,, he said;  What plans have you for the future?   _  If I can once got-to London,. Green'  answered, I should be right-enough.  I've a friend what's in tho- Baltic  coasting trade, an-d he would stow me  away on hoard his ship; and once  I got.over there he could get me on  board with another friend of his,  what's captain of a.ship trading between Bremen and South .America.  Then I should be all safe enough.  Thorold looked at him very keenly,  and in spite of his. habitual self-restraint he showed a certain excitement.   . '     <       ..  >���������  You are certain of what you say?  he asked.  Of course, Green answered.  . Who is your friend? Thorold asked  again.  ��������� It's my elder brother, Green answered,-he thinks a deal of: me-^he would  do anything for" me���������always has���������it  was all, planned out ��������� with 'im when  I got took.-   ��������� ���������;'-.' ��������� ���������. - -*���������,    '���������'������������������'������������������   -  Ah, ycrtTr elcler brother, eh? said  Thorold; with'rather';a'> peculiar look.  He seemed', to "become absorbed .in  deep meditation. But he had above  all things the faculty for quick decision. "'He never hesitated'long, and'  now in less than-a minute he turned  to Green again'  This way..of escape from. England  you speak of, could you take' some  one'else wiUi you?  What? cried Green with a stare of  'wiid'amazeinent"���������. .  * -��������� . ,-���������~- :  -y'   ;,    50]b00 OUT of w'or.K    ���������; ,-  Packers of Brittany ' Declare    They  Are  Unable to Compete, With1  Packers Outside!  , Paris, France.���������One hundred and  sixteen sardine packing establishments in Brittany definitely closed  down at the end of the year, throwing  50,000 people out of employment,  ���������  Some fifty factories in which other  small fish are packed sUll remain op'en  in Uie region around Concareau and  Douarnenez," but ..will also be closed  down on .March \.   ' v ������������������  -    '���������   "  Tho' closing,down was decided .-..pon  some, timo ago by the . syndicate of  sardine packers, wlio declare that the  present situation is ruinous.  The fishermen asked for an increase  in the prlco paid per 1000 for the raw  sardines. This increaso tho packers  wero unable to grant. Thoy say they  aro completely crushed*by the cost of  labor and' their general expenses and  are unabb to compete with tho Spanish and Portuguese packers.  o Tho French packers furUier-'declaro  that instead of demanding .higher  wages per 1000, raw sardines the fishermen should havo endeavored to secure Uie authorization to use revolving nets in territorial waters, and thus  increase their catch. "'. '  . Of -the 50,000 men, -women and children who0 find' their occupation gone  by. the closing of' the packing establishments, many, it is expected, will  have to leave.-their homes and" seek  work elsewhere. It is feared that  much distress will result from the  crisis.  RIFLE TOMB  FOR  CROWN  BeautrPurity  aid Health  Of Skin and Hair  Promoted by  Cuticura Soap  and Ointment  CirtlniMi Fw*������'. Ol*i'������������f������'.t *re i-nl.l tl.rniiel,n������  ttoworM. A literal ������mt.,.I������ "' ������������<,|>- *������*' ���������,-'I'''t>  t4M>li-l Ml th* f������r* Ut'l IKJlniflU Of JIIO t.*l?i tfi'l  **!;>. i.' ������������������'- ������vr������ frf Jt'MrAi )',.t:.jr W-ii 4. t'/.ua,  Corp.. >������'l-'. J*"*! liostoa, V.U. A.  You would be well paid, of course."  . Why���������.why?., Green stammered'out,  are you a'cross cove,- too? Are,the  slops after you as well?  It is not myself, said Thorold coldly. It is some one in whom I am  interested. ' If his .position should  prove as serious as 1 have somo reason to believe it to, be, will you help  him to escape wiUr you? -Naturally  you and your brother will be well paid,  and of course you yourself 'will receive such assistance as I can give  you. If you agree, you can rely upon my help for yourself, and you and  your brother may name your own  terms.  And me a worm and all, said Green  sulkily;- can a worm 'elp any one?  ��������� It seems so on this occasion, said  Thorold with such deep contempt in  his voice tliat Green writhed in helpless anger. Do you agree? .If not,  wo aro near the town now, and you  must got down and shift for yourself���������  and If you attempt to play any tricks  I Bhall see that you Buffer for them;  But' I think your wiser plan will bo to  agree to what I Biiggcst.  All right, muttered Green sulkily,  but mind���������no more of that thore worm  business.  Don't prosdum to mako condition!)  with mo, said Thorold with that cold  couten.pt which always reduced Groen  to instant nnd trembling submission.  Remember tliis, too���������if.you try to balmy us, I shall havo no hesitation In  wringing your nock. I suppose I can  trust you,as you aro escaping from  a lifo term of pcnnl servitude, hut If  you attempt to play double, you shall  ���������die for it.  Ugh! muttered Groon with a shlvor,  for his tonipeminont, vain and shallow, though quick and ardont also,  wiib just Uio ono to feel tho supremacy of Thorold's atom, purposeful  uluro, 1 bollcvo you would iiiiirdpr  nu- as noon as look at mo, put I snail  H iu tho same bo it, sink or swim, as  ��������� your friend;   .  Ilo pronounced tho last two words  wllh Homo hesitation, for ho could  not yet ckiar his mind from Iho Id on  Uiat bin companion wan, In fact, referring to liliriHcir, Without say-  InK aiiylhliiff, Thorold turned his  machine round, nnd after a timo drovo  up a rough narrow track that kd away  from Uio high' road���������ncro3H tho bare  downs.  Ho d|d not any anything moro or  Ink.) any furlhnr. noljco of Groon,  wIiohq active llltlo brain wan busily  at 'work Behomlng Wlm't furthor" nil-  v.'irilfinfo ho ronbl mick out of this  hiislnosa for himself. Jlo folt it  would,, bo indeed a Brand* stroke pt  bnsln',ns lMhn could nmnr������linw ensure  hia own oscapo and nt tho same timo  ,\;.mJ \i\iji- T.'iuivJJ--ur T".oio,j'������  friend, If thero woro any mich person  ���������lo tho police. But glancing at  his companion again, ho rtlflmlHBcd hia  thoughts of treachery wIt'll a shudder;  for upon lils shallow roiiI, dromi of his  companion was becoming ns docply  IniproBHcd ns liato. A moment or  two latnr, turning n shoulder of tho  down, they camo In sifibt of a stun)!  houso.  (To bo Continued)  Possibilities  If you cannot win a fortune  That will fealher well your nest  ���������'To'UTat~i"east~can"earn~a"-Iiving ~  If you work your level best.  Finding    Quest    Vain,    They    Leave  Corpses on Floor of Vault        <  and Quit ���������. :  ��������� ���������  ���������  Vienna.���������A telegram received,from  Grosswarden (Hungary) states that  the tomb of Count Ludwig Rhcdey and  his wife has been rifled, and the police are unable to discover, the robbers.' 0,  ��������� Count Ithedey, who died In 1831,  was distantly connected by marriage  with tho Tcck family. He was buried in a handsome mausoleum in the  grounds of a park which now belongs  to the town, and it was believed locally that the count ordered an English  ducal "crown of great value and family  jewels to bo'buried with him';  This probably tempted the robbers  to commit the crime. They managed  to penetrate the park, break down  the door of the mausoleum and hurst  open-Uie lids of the coffins-of the  count and his wife. They scattered  the remains on the floor of the vault,'  probably in disgust at finding no trace  of tho riches-they expected. They left  only a cigarette end.  "* ���������  ���������; ..    A Bad Guess  A ���������worthy old Edinburgh professor  was Invited to a Christmas .dinner^ at  the house of a lady of fashion.  ..When tho company rose from tho  able the.professor noticed, to his great  consternation, Uiat he was unsteady  on his feet;  . In bis anxiety, to save appearances,  he repaired to the drawing-room  whero the lady of Uie house yielded  to the wishes of her lady friends, and  ordered the nurse to bring in the baby  twfns; In due course the little dears  reached the professor. \ ���������   ...  The latter gazed intently at them  for a while, as if deciding whether or  not there were two or one, and thon  said, ��������� huskily: Really, what a bonny  little child. ���������'     '  Deafnesr Cannot bo Cured  by local applications, aa they cannot  reach tho disease^ portion ot tho car.  .There la only one.way to euro deafness,  and that is t>:" constitutional remedies.  Deafness Is caused-by an-Inflamed condition of'the mucous Slnlne of the Euc-  tachlan Tube. "When this tubo Is Inflamed you'havo a rumbling sound or  lmpcrfeotvheaiwg, and when U Is entirely: ckscd, Dotvtness Is tho result, andun-  less tlio Inflammation can be taken out  and this tubo restored to Its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed for ever:  condition of. tho mucous surfaces.   ...  Wo will r\io Ono Hundred Dolla'rs for  any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)  that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure.      Send ror circulars,  free..  "F.'.).' CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  Bold by.> Drugslsta. 7Bc;  - Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ���������  .-    Wise In HI* Generation   '.  I suppose your wife was more than  delighted at your rise In ealary, was  not she? asked Jonos of Brown.-   -  I haven't told her yet, but sho will  be when &he ' knows it, "'answered  Brown.    . '  How is it that you haven't told hor?  Well. I thought I would enjoy myself  a,couple of,weeks-first.  How about that steamer?  I guess she's all right.  ��������� There's*a'rumor ashore .that;she's  afloat. " - '      -|������i .'mi  That's good. I heard -there. was a  rumor afloat that she was ashore.  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  * Cowi '  Garget in  Myrtle, .can you cook?    ,  -No, Lionel; can you afford to keep  a motor-car?     ;,��������� n  No, dear.   "  So they did not marry, and they lived, happily oyer afterwards.  INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATiSMv  Conqutred by GIN PILLS .  Mr. W. G; Reid, Hnmiltpn, Ont,, writes:  "I have been for the last two years a  cripple with Muscular and Inflammatory  Rheumatism. I tried almost everything  known to medipal science nnd sought ,  change of climate without relief.. Your,  manager in this city recommended Gin,  Pills and I have since taken eight boxes  and, am now cured. ������ I consider Gin .  Pills the conqueror of Rheumatism and  Kidney Disease". ' 'i ..  50c. a box, 6 for $2.50. Sample free  if you write'National Drug and Chemical  Co. of Cauada, Limited. Toronto.      13.1  ' '.' f\  V-    -  Profit and Losa^   ,    .  ���������   ,  Stenographer���������Mr.' Jones,  "I    am  about to marry a'poet.  Employer���������Ah! Then you are going  to leave1 us?  - Stenographer���������Oh.  no,, but I* shall  ncod moro pay..  A Ready Answer'  ,   Jones���������Well, you and I   won't  neighbors much longer.   I'm. goln  live in a better locality.'  ��������� Smith���������So am I. '  .- Jones���������What���������are   you    going  move, too? - ���������_      *.  ,   Smith���������No, I'm going to stay here  to  PILES   CURED   IN  6  TO   14  DAYS  Your "druggist will refund monev if  PAZO OINTMENT falls'to,cure any  caso of Itching, Blind, Bleeding .0:  Protruding Piles in G to 14 days. 60c.  Proof  Two opulent members of tho fair  sex were discussing some new neighbors" who had moved into one of tho  most sumptuous houses in their district..  They seem to be very rich, said tha  first. ,;  ,   Oh, they are, said the second/  Shall you call?  Oh", yes. decidedly. "  You are sure.'are- you, that they  are���������er quite correct; quite���������er���������good  style?. -      ..,.   - ' .      .      ,  Oh, ray 'dear, I'm- positive, said tlio  second woman. ' They have twenty  servants, eighteen, horses, ��������� twelve  dogs, four, riiotor-cars,'.and:.o.he child.  Rich in all ihe  Elements that go to  l!ltl������li!  A#lb Atrial satite  PURITY FL'OUR  More BreadMidB^teBread  If you cannot make a million  - Where the highest stakes are played  You can knock out several dollars -    'c  Working'daiiy at your'trade. -'       '  What's' the use of having money ���������' .  That you never, hope tb spend!  It will.only bring you trouble,   .  It is not your truest friend, v  If you settle with the grocer  ''  And can pay the butcher's score  With a Utile left for pleasure,  What can any one do more?  For the man who has a million-  Only has ono pair of eyes    ,;  To'behold the wohdrou3 picture ���������  As old earth before him lies.  He can only eat ono breakfast,  Only occupy one bed,'  Only wear one pair of slippers,  ; Havo but one hat on hlshead.  If you cannot own an auto  That will travel double quick,  You can stroll along tho highway  Where tho autumn loavo aro thick,  And, whatever is your station, ���������    ,  In whatever niche you fit,        ��������� t   '  You can liavo a lot ot ploasuro  If you mako Iho best of it.  a������  11  11    .    11        1  ^       Mwi.wai������piK  Cry of Fire Costs Twelve Lives  rarls.���������Two men, flvo women and  flvo children lost tholr lives In a cin-  oma theatre at Monln, on the. Belgian  frontier. Thirty othor persona woro  injured. Thoro wero 700 persons Iii  the theatre when ono of tin films  caught fire. Almost Immediately tho  operator extinguished tho outbreak,  but somo 0110 shouted 'Fire!' and tho  audience mado a rush for tho oxits  Many of them wero trampled under  foot.  So Enthuslactio  ,  I am Juat era ay about baseball, suld  tho bright young girl to tho athletic  npponrlim young follow,  How Interesting!  Oh, I doto on it. I wish I could  sco a ganio this uftoriioon,  But tho sonson Is.ovor.  Oh, Is It?  Perhaps you moan football?  Maybo, It la ono or tho other, I forgot which.  ...... 1 ���������������������������a������-mn-    .���������"������  Too Bad  Doosn't she havo stunning things?  Who?  That'Mrs. Dowdy.  Yes.' Ami what a pity It ln that  sho doesn't biro a rlfjht Icind of woman to wear thorn for hor,  ' There-, is 'ho' more.' effective vermifuge on the ..market than', Miller's-  '.Worm Powders. They will' not only  ''clear^the stomach and bowels of  iwormsnbut^wiirprove^a^f^y^ervice^  able medicine for children in regulat-  jhg-the Infantile system and maintaining it in a" healthy .condition:  There is nothing in tlieir composition  that will injure the most delicate  stomach when directions are followed, and they can be given to children  in; the full assurance that they will  Uttorly,.destroy-all-worms.  \ '���������  mmcmmBMi  RepeatingiShotgiins and I/6aded Shells ,.  tk  'No combinationjsjikely to prove so satisfactory as Winchester  guns and ;��������� shells! They "afcrTor proven merit and established-  reputation." If you shoot.them, you are sure of one thing, and  that is that np one has a more reliable or more accurate shoot-  -ins^equipmentr^  that isi, "Winchester.":. 'Send, postal for illustrated catalogue.  WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.,   NEW HAVEN, CONN  a  ,     ) The! Rising Generation  ���������  Angry  old;'gent���������Constable,  didn't  you see that boy hit me with" a snowball' '-..-,  Policeman���������OI did, sorr. It's wonderful how straight 'them "young varmints can throw, begorra!11   .  IF YOUR Mfif is'sraT  GIVE BABY'S OWN TABLETS  The little ills of babyhood'and childhood Bhould be treated promptly, or  thoy may provo serious. An occasional dose of Daby's Own Tablets will  rcgulatotlie etomach and bowels and  keep your little ones woll. Or they  will promptly restore h*ilth if sickness comes unexpectedly. Mrs. Lo-  nora M."-Thompson, Oil Springs,'Oat.,  8ays:���������"I havo used Baby's Own Tab-  Jets-for my little girls aa occasion required, and havo found them always  of the greatest holp. No mother, in  my opinion,' Bhould bo without tho  Tablets." Sold by r/iedlcJno dealers  or by mall at 25 conts a box from Tho  Dr. Williams' Modlclno' Co., Brock-  vlllo, Ont.  THE FARMER AND HIS  GRAIN  .  The only nre  . can,secure the "  *nd a&tlnfactory way In which the Weitern Farmet  highest possible market value, for till wheat,' oats, barley and  fax la by shipping It by the carload to Fort William or Port Arthur, or to  "Duluth If cars cannot be sot for the other ttrmtnals (loading It If possible  direct Into tho car over tha loading platform so as to save elevator charffM  and dockntfo) and employing a strictly commission arm to handle and dli-  pone of.lt, ..  .-.  ' Wo continue to act as the Farmers' Agent* solely ert a commission basts.  We are not traclcbuyers and we never buy tho Farmers' Brain on our own  account; but look after and dispose of tho grain entrusted to us,' as ths  agents of thoso who employ us, and It In our deslro and endeavor.to glvs  everyone the very best servlc* possible, We make liberal advances against  .car shipping bills, and will also carry the grain for a time under advances at  n moderate commercial rate of Interest, If considered aavlshuie. We invite  nl! Farmers to write to ns for shipping Instructions and market Information,  etc.       . . ,���������' .  Thompson Sons & Company  rOO-703 Y. GRAIN EXCHANGE WINNIPEG, CANADA  GRAIN COMMISSION  MERCHANTS  ���������HLMHH  The Naughty Child  Willie���������Father Is tho-captain of our  ship at homo and mother's the first  mate.  Sunday School Tonchor���������Wbat aro  you ?  Wllllo���������1 guess Vxn tho compass;  they're always boxing mo.  TTnmn "nlrprulv. "Percy, dour? Como  and glvo mo a Itlss.  Let me nco iyut iuihla /">'*{.  Why, you uusplcloiiB boy?  I want to boo whether you liavo a  droesmaUor'H bill in ono ot them.  W. M. U. 035  Economical  Wonder why tho Illuekfl moved Into  ;i hui.'.'.c  tl.Ij Wllllui"?  To Ka\.: ?;.wn fees.  How Is tli-it?  "lhi-y figiiru Tummy can d<-volop J1I3  !!iu?di> Juf.t .in wf ll carrying out a.iicn  nnd i-liuv riling kuow as ho &.n In a  C)'tiitt:ii:iuni.  Men Scared Away  Rotterdam.���������After circulating linn,  tlrcds of Invitations to a ball, which  ho described as tho wallflowers' last  chance In tlio dying leap-year, Hon-  drllt Tcrveor, a Hottcrdam dancing  muster, hnd to ubandon tho function  tcnuuDO only women camo In answer  to iho call.  It Is a Liver Pill.���������Many of tlio ailments that man lins to contend with  havo tholr origin In a disordered liver, which is a delicate organ, peculiarly suscopilblo to the dtotiirbnncos  thnt como from Irregulnr habits or laok  of caro In eating and drlnldng. TI1I3  accounts for tho r*nsat many liver regulators now,pressed on the attention  of Buffct'ora. Of those thore Is none  superior to Parmoloo's Vogotablo Pills,  Tholr operation though gontlo Is of-  fccllvo, and tho moat delicate can uso  thorn.  A Good Idea  Sho���������Why do you look   no   cross  .,"..<,:������ you go out v/'.th rac?  T-Tr���������My lovo, whore- would b������ th������������  merit In my going If I wero not making an awful sacrlflco of my foellngH,  Permit mo tho ploasuro of showlns  tliat I only go'to'plenso you,  PLAN NOW FOR A GOOD KITCHEN GARDE!*'  There ore no vegetables just Ilka your  own growing.   Provide (or a good table,  eat vegetables, and (brow away medicine.  We not only supply yon with the Fines! Tested  Seeds [or ibis Country, but wo also show you  "HOW TO GROW THE BEST VEGETABLES"  Told tn oar booklets, 133 pages (copyrighted).  Tbo first of Ibo kind printed ia Canada.    Tbey  contain the  best Western experience of expert  Market Gardeners.  Sound, practical and sensible���������  just what you want fo know ia preparing the,seed  bed, manuring, starling Uio seed, transplanting, forcing,  ripening, storing, destroying Insects, etc.    Tbo price  Is 10 cents per booklet ($1.00 for Ilia full set of 11,  including vegetablo and special field crops), but FREE to  purchasers of our seotla,      So'e our catalogue, page 2.  WRITE TO-DAY TOR OUR I'RCC CATALOGUE, ADDRE35INB DESK NO. \'  J.  t ir-ifTiro  WINNIPEG-    CANADA  SHD HOUSE  Cliocl'lua extravagance  Too had about Claro.  What Is?  There'll foon bo nolblus Ml of her.  Id shi IH?  No. but she's always cUlng homcir  away.  I.cr!'?rin,-���������Tn 'tlir������ hoiiin of f>nm������nr>T3i)  rocentiy, Ellis Griffith, In reply to Sir  William Bylos, said that during tho  last sovon yeara sontoiico of death bad  been passed on twonty-ono women,  and In ono case tho sontenco was executed. During Uio same porlod tbo  capital sentence was passed on nine  persons In their tconn, nml lu four  tho Judgment was carried out.  Calcutta,���������11 Is alleged that tbo  Jurymen Impaneled'In a cue at My.  mcnslnsh. India, In which n man was  aontonced lo death, ri-tiirnod th.'lr vur-  licl by casting lqto. A Judicial lu-  I'luiry has boon ordered.  Convict's Daring Escape  BrussolB.���������A convict mado .1 darlnp  oaoapo from Jail bore. Ho had been  attending the Infirmary for Uio trca"-  merit of nn InJurod log, With part  of Uio bandages which ho had con-  ooiIai! \\n m!\i\f n vopn mul fnnhlnniv!  n'lltoolc by bonding a curtaJn rod.  boniehow ho matiuijcd to 11 Io tfirotiK-'i  tho barn of his window. Having  Bauoe70d thvoiiRh an opening In tho  window twolvo liu'hes wide, ho climbed tho prison wall by mourn, of lils  linnlt and ropr\ and. lowering hlnmelf  on the other side, got cleun away,  "ITo hooiiib to Junt enjoy being a  blamed fool.  \Vlo?  That pink voiced Paddlrklna.  Well, I llko to boo a man In lovo  with hia lifo work.  Explained . '  Ho Ib a popular young man,  nich?  No,     . ��������� ,  How do you account for lils popularity?  Ho'n a Bplondld liar   with   a  Kond  memory. ��������� ,  Spectacular  I Ihlnl: that Professor Hevywoyto Is*  nuch an amusing speaker,   ,  AmiiHing? '���������"  Y01.  I thought ho lectured ".upon 'serious'  subjects only.  ���������'���������Yob, I know, but I do lovo to nco  bin'fenttirofl walla all over his faco,  'A"nvbodv can loll the truth, but It  tiikoa a person of Imagination to ber a  good liar.  J, 500  Manufacturers of  F U R S  in N.Y. City imvo noli, lli/ilr  old Mode- and. urn liunxry  for frc-sh jrootld, "We soil to  irif-t.1. * Send-for pilco list  riml ship to ,. ,,. ���������  M. F, PfaeUer A. Co.i  ' C niiHt l!!lli St. (l>������!t 7S),  Kitw VOIK Civ ���������i-.v,  (I-  ���������ci'  /*  ^HE.NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  I'  te.  iw,  Is Now Good!  And I Feel like a Young Man Slnoe  Using Dr. Chase's Kidnoy-  Liver Pills.  Prof. A. T. Smith.  . What a horrible condition the digestive system gets Into when the  liver    "becomes    sluggish      and    the  , tiowola constipated. The poisonous  waste matter ia thrown back Into the  hlood stream and finds its way into  all parts of tho ' body, causing pains  .and aches and feelings of fatigue and  misery.  " It is wonderful how quickly Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills sweep the  poisons ��������� from tho digestive system  and'enable the organs of digestion to  resume' their  natural  functions.  *Prof. A.-T. Smith, 1 Mt. Charles  street, Montreal, and formerly of.Bos-  , ton, Mass., writes:^"! suffered for  many years.from bad digestion,' constipation andhorrible- backaches. I  havo been ��������� treated "-'by many doctors  without any results. ' Ono day, a  friend-In Boston advised tho use of  Dr. Chase's' Kidney-Liver Pills. After  using two'boxes I, noticed, great .improvement, and after tho fourth bos  I' was completely cured. My digestion is good.     I never feel any.pain  , ln the back. <��������� My head is clear, and  -I feel like'a young^man. I think Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills aro ono .of  the best medicines on earth."  ' Dr.'-Chase's Kidney'-Llver Pills,  one -pill a dose, 25 cento a box, all  dealers, or Edmanson, .Bates & Co.,  - Limited, Toronto.  A Lowestoft Smuggling Story .  .Of the many strange stories told,in  connection with tho exploits of tiha  smuggling fratornity on the East Coast  ono of the most singular-is perhaps  one which is connected. with Lowestoft, aud the substanco of whldh la  told dn the following narrative:���������  About September, 1805, tho ,'ihen  Hector of Lowestoft was visited lata  at night by a sailor, who informed  the goodv man, that he came from a  vessel lyiug in tha harbor,, to request  hia ministration for. a comrade who  way,dying on board.'-  So oarnest waa Uio .visitor In his entreaties that,. notwithstanding the  lateness of tho hour, ' to Rector proceeded thltih.br, and found a man to  all appearance at the .point, of death;  to whom ho administered all tbe comfort wlttiin his power.  On 'Uio following evening tho visitor again appeared at tho Rectory, and  stated Uiat his partner had died .during tbo day and tSiat hia last -wish  was tliat ho should bo ��������� interred In  Lowestoft Churchyard, adding further  Uiat as tho vessel was obliged to  leave at a special time of tho tide,  ou tho following morning, Lt was necessary tliat the funeral should take  place at eight o'clock. The Rector  acquioscod, and so on tbe following  morning tho coffin was brougbt asborfl  and deposited with tlio usual rites in  the parish churchyard.,.  The consternation of the Hector can  bo imagined when, some twenty-four  hours afterwards' a member of the  local 'authority called upon him with  tho, information that tho nowly-mado  gravo 3iad boon opened, and tho coffin abstracted, .tho funeral itself- turning but to bo a skilfully-laid plan to  run a cargo of valuable lace,- over  which had been read the service of  tlio Church.  NAVAL ESTIMATE8   NEAR  ,   PLETION   ,  COM-  Britain Will Spend Vast Sum on Pro-  , gramme���������New Guns of Prodigious Power  London.���������According' to tite   Daily  Mall, tho work ot framing tha British  navy estimates for'tho coming year is  nearly completed.' Tbo one point remaining for decision, namely, ���������wlnether  five or six battleships shall be laid  down depends upon tho 'Austrian,- nav  al programme.    It tho admiralty .decides to wait boforo-taking action till  .the Austrian ships are laid-down,-it  may be expected to,begin flvo.battleships this year. .  Tho naval programme,will thon, according to .present information, involve  an expenditure of $240,000,000 and  will include fiva battleships, six light  armored cruisers, twenty destroyers,  a number of submarines, and an addition to tho personnel ot 6,000 men,  making a total of 142,500 officers and  men.  1 The battleships will bo of a now  type, the largost and strongest which  scionco can build or money supply.  Thoy.will dlsplacb 27,000 of 28,000  tons, burn oil and fuel alone, and  steam 25 knots., ,'Thus they will bo  intermediate between tho present  Dreadnought battleship and battle  ,crulser. Thoy will be armed in all  probability with eight 16-1-4 inch guns  each firing 2,200 pound shells,.of if  the 16 l-i inch gun is nob adopted they  will have 15 inch guns, firing shells  that weigh 1,600 pounds.     ���������     ,i  Look  for Better Times In Spain  Madrid.���������Governmental reforms almost revolutionary In their character  have been "promised by King Alfonso,  and Republicans aro Jubilant.  It was learned that Azearate ."ihe  Republican leader, bad been granted  an Interview by King Alfonso who  promised' immediately to establish tlie  old age pension system, greatly lib:  erallzo tho educational system, roduco  tho expenses-of Spain's military programme, establish religious tolerance  and bring into being many other reforms which. Republicans long have  sought. .-  I am thoroughly .convinced,of King  Alfonso's sincorlty and interest, Az-  carato declared when he loft tho royal,  audience. I am delighted. ���������Bettor  things surely are coming in the very  near future for Spain.  -> "   Facial Freaks and Frolics  After the.Christmas parly they both  'felt very pleased'with themselves'and  tilings in general.  - ������������������.   ���������>  They sat together in a'cosy little al-  CpveTTi"irdThyra'n"d;T)y~lTo���������tool!ThIs~cour-  age,in both hands���������and proposed.'  ;- - Thero. ..was  no  hesitation on'' tie  ...lady's part as she accepted, and n"'moment later they occupied but one chair  whilst she nestled closely to his manly  - breast.     Suddenly sho started, frowned, and looked him full in the faco.  ' Albert, she said, you aro untrue to  me! ' You, aro playing a game with  ,>io!     You���������     ��������� '     "  Darling, ho lisped, what���������  You���������you���������you'ro making faces at  mo! sho thundered indignantly.  I can't help It,, lio muttered, sadly.  My cycs-glass.es are falling off and I  ���������"on'Uvant to'let go of your dear.littlo  hand. "' :,     ,/.  To Asthma. Sufferers; . Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy conies llko  a helping hand to a sinking swimmer.'  It gives now, life and hopo'by curing  lils trouble���������something ho has como to  bollcvo irhposslblo. its bonofit Is too  evident to bo questioned���������it is its own  best argument���������Us own host, advertisement.- If you suffer from asthma  got. I his time tried romody and find  help like thousands of others.  He Might be, Though ,.-,  -  Mrs. Hugh Fraser, In her latest book  of reminiscence, has many amusing  stories-to tell. - -.'   ���������' ���������    ���������   ������**  One of -them is about the Crown,  Princo of Germany, His , Royal  Highness had just taken into liis ser-  vico a new manservant, hut the overdone ceremonial obsequiousness' of the  man soon began to jar on his master.  Tho Crown Prince.became so"* Irritated at last' that the servant received  an .intimation to the effect that the  Crown .Princo would prefer to be  treated with' more simplicity..  The next day, when the Crown  Prince was seated writing at his table  lie suddenly /felt. himself tapped on  the shoulder. ,Thinking-It'was his  M'ife, the Crown' Princess, he turned  quickly, smiling, only to behold -the  servant. standing beside him and regarding him with a friendly smile. Bo-  fore tho astonished their to tho Throne  could find suitable words'with which  to rebuke the man's' presumption," tlie  latter jerked his thumb' behind him in  'tho*"direction'of tlie door:  'PappcberTitaas. conio to see you!'he  announced. .''.-' "'..'.  Now. the Crown Prince was expecting his father, the Emperor, and as  Pappchen literally moans Little papa,  Ills. . Royal Highness . nearly fainted  with horror. ,��������� - '���������  ' Pappchen! the gasped. Then, thinking tho'servant must havo been drink-r  ing to-'talk of tho Emperor-In such a'  vay.iie muttered to himsolf, his eyes  fixed in amazed inquiry on tho mam Is  lio drunk?  '.The servant apparently thought the  Tvlilsporod- remark was a confidential  request for Information as to Uio visitor's condition; for, aftor scratching  Ills head In some perplexity, he wbis-  lidred back softly:  Drunk?, Well, no; I didn't notice" anything.  IT IS NEWS WORTH  GIVING T0THE WORLD  HOW RAVAGES OF    KIDNEY    DIS-  " EASE ARE CHECKED IN    ���������  QUEBEC  Mrs.JulIen Painchaud, for seven years  a sufferer, finds quick relief and  complete euro in Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  , Whitworth, Temlscouata Co.. Que.,  (Spedal)���������With tho coming of winter  tho iravages of Kidney Disease 'are  again felt in * this . province,  and the fact ��������� 'that a sure" cure  is vouched for' in ',. this village is' news worth giving to the  world. . Mrs. Julien Painchaud is  tlio person cured and she states with-,  out hesitation that sho found her cure  in Dodd's Kidney"Pills.   "*    ,  "For. seven .years my heart and Kidneys bothered me,'" Mrs. Painchaud  states,, "I was .always tired and nervous. I could not "sleep.. My limbs  were heavy and I had a' dragging sensation across tlie loins. My eyes had  dark circles under them . and 'were  puffed and swollen. ., I was so ill I  ^ouid"*hardiy"dvra"gil"mysoif"arbun"d"'to^"do"  my housework. ���������      ' "        ;'. ���������"���������'  "A neighbor advised me to try  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and I found relief in the first'box.- . Six boxes made  mo perfectly well."      ^  ���������  , If you have any two of Mrs. Painch-  aud's symptoms your Kidneys are diseased. Cure thorn and guard against  serious, if not fatal results by-using  Dodd's Kidney Pills.        ' -,   ',  Fresh Supplies In Demand.���������Where-  over Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil ,has  been*, introduced increased supplies  havo boon ordered, showing Uiat wherever it goes this excellent Oil Impresses its power on tlio people. No  mattor in what latitudo it may be  found Its potency is never impaired.  It is put up In most portable shape  In bottles and can be carried without  fear of breakage.  A Matter of Sex  A well-known clergyman describes  an Incident which occurred at a'meot-  ing held in tlie South ot England to  promote a charity. Tho mayor had  worked hard to securo a successful  gathering and as be looked round and  found the bishop of tho diocoso seated  side by sido with the Wosleyans, the  Baptist, arid other ministers, ho felt  that he had reached the supreme moment of his lifo.  Ho rose, and after expressing his  delight at seeing so many men forgetting their little differences and  uniting in.a common cause, he summed up tho situation' in those eloquent  words:   "...,,  Tho fact Is, gentlemen, if a man's  heart is in'the right"'place, it, doesn't  matter what sex ho belongs to! ���������'  Nautical  She Bang of the fishers far away, .  To tho fisher's little boy.  She sang of Uie mornings, cold and  grey,-   , . <  y ���������  When the fish are, scarce and coy;  She sang of tho death of tho fishers  bravo,  And thon, alas an<5 alack!  The,kid still cried for life on tho wave  So she gave it a litUe smack.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dlphtharla.  Nothing Left "  Care and system aro tlio half-way  bouses to happiness, and If Mrs. Mc-  Quill was anything, she waa careful  and systematic. - A little whilo ago  she tbqd occasion to go out nnd leave  the bouse to take caro of Itself. But  the grocer was expected, and unless  ho was warned, he would leave, ills  oommodlUes on tbo doorstop, and thus  odvertlso the fact that house was unprotected. Therefore Mrs. McQuiU  wiote this noto: All out; don't loavo  anything, and pinned It on tho front  door.  When sho returned her note waa  no longer on the front door, and thero  was a nasty, orapty sort of sensation  about the greater part of tlio houso.  Everything of value had disappeared.  Sho found her noto on Uio dinlng-  tahle. But a lino had boon added to  it.  125Egglncuuator$|fl|T������  mis Brooder \Vil  If ordered teceUicr.i  fMcM .rd dulf paid  * " "    UUonin  .   ���������������*tvr,  r Utika. doutii.  UajiT U.K..W   CanaAi,   Hvlvatv  d.nibl.  >Yca  laaa  ttarrllf*    (lata. Bwia-forUtular. Otilux  ���������Mpp.il Ina HMjwt Uaiuilum waratioua*.  WISCONSIN INCUBATOR CO.  ���������ox 240     JUclm. Wl������.. U. S. A.     IM <:hlck tlr������.J������  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds,-Eto.  A Silly Question  "'A't tho Biippor-tablo Mr Wado mon-  tlonod a tragic clrcuhistanco that ho  hnd rend that' clay ln tlio nowspapor,  A passenger on' a translantlo steamer  had fallen overboard ln mid-ocean and  hail never been scon again,  Was ho drowned? asked Mrs. Wado.  Oh, no; of course not, said Mr.  Wade.     But ho sprained big ankle.,  Hill mm m !��������������������������������������������������� mi i ii. ��������� ��������� ax a���������a���������������  How GeiieroiiG  Wasn't it 'sad about old Robinson's  failure?  ���������What! ha3 ho gono amaali?  Yes; IohI every tiling, ho possessed.  That's too bad, Ho promised nw  floniotlilng yesterday, but now lu hia  tronbio V Hhan't hold him to It,  That's gon.rous of you. What was  It?       ���������    ' ���������   ������ i     .  IIIh ilnugliter.  Ilector'n Wlfo ��������� What rnntlo'*' you  think tho collodion wan mado to got  Uio minister a now suit?   '���������  Hoot or���������Because no many of tbo congregation put In biitfouH.  U3E YOUR SPARE TIME  Wo fi'lvo you a Homo Study Cotim  which will onablo you to proparo for  bettor things byuRlng your sparo time'  Wo teac'a all ��������� Commercial branchoa,  lllljhoi Accounting, Drawing, Illustra<  ting, an,l fit young pooplo for good  poBltlons at good salaries, Write us  for particular.! and lot'ub know what'  position you would' l|lco to prepar*  rot. Pa II now. ' Mircua W. II,  Glmv. rros'.dont, ' Shaw .Correspondence School, Toronto, Canada.  ��������� Raise Hogs  ��������� Every farm has eiioiigh"tahlo 6lops  arid skimmed milk, smutty grain or  othor by-products to feed or noarly  feed enough hogs for one's own1 meat  supply. If, you will take hn aero of  your poorest land and plant init somo  of tho good grazing crops and then'  put a piece of mesh wlro around lt  nnd turn tho hogs-In,-you will raise  thrift, economical hogs and tho." land  you uso for ibis purpose will bo so well  fertilized in a year that It will bo  worth twice' as much for producing  your standard farm crops.'  Glvo your hogs an aero of your tillable land nnd proparo it for them, and  you will find, if you will hoop- hooka,  that lt pays you moro not profit than  nny other aero, on tbo farm, Of  iourso If you put your hogs In a llltlo  0 x 0 pen and' feed thorn nothing but  corn and'have no shelter for them  either from,sun or rain nnd lcoop thorn  thin In tlio Biimmor so thoy won't  get hot instead of giving them water  nndor a'nlco shado troo, you may bo  illsnppnlntod, It yen abime the hog  thin way ho Is not going to bring you  In any rovonuo. ,13111 if you will glvo  your hogB a fighting chance thoy will  take It and mako good.  Whon you Blurt out to ralao your  ifiont supply for next your get a broil  Kilt or a pair of plgnthat aro of good  roRlstorotl Btook. Tho dlfforonce, lu  cost Is so HUlo botwoon thorn, and  KTiidos and tho dlfforonco In economy  of production Ib bo Rroat that a man  Is making a mistake who buya Ions  than tho host, Thon, nsldn from tho  illfforwico In profit, ������ood hogo aro no  much bnfilor to liaiiiUo and you will  havo oo much bettor quality of meat  whon you kill. It dorm not tnko near  Iho fencing for good hoga,' either.  Her Match  "-A dear old lady had been presented  with a parrot from the Congo, and sho  was showing it to her old gardener.  You- know, Horace, that this parrot  comes from, tho Congo, and Congo parrots aro so intelligent that they aro  almost human. This bird whistles  'Homo, Sweet Home' so beautifully  that tho tears run down Its beak.  Yes, mum, quoth Horace, I know the  parrots from tho Congo. -1 used t������  have ono, and it whistled The'Villajro  Blacksmith' so beautiful that sparks  use'd to fly from Its blooming tail.  1 ��������� That will do, I-Ioraco, you may go. -  His Little Mistake ,  The new clergyman was paying a  visit amongst the patients in the local  hospital.' When he entered ward No.  4, he came across a pale-looking young  man'lying in a'bed,-'heavily swathed  in bandages." There ho���������stopped and,  after administering a' few words of  comfort to the unfortunate sufferer;^ he  remarked, in cheering tones:��������� ������������������  Never mind,.my dear fellow, you'll  soon be-all right. Keep on .smiling;  that's the way in this world.   ,  I'll never smile again, replied,' the  youth, sadly. - ��������� -        '    "  Rubbish!, ejaculated the clerk.  There  ain't no  rubbish ��������� about lt!  exclaimed the other heatedly.-. ' 'It's*  Many thanks, It ran.  left' much. . ���������  Wo haven't  A Peculiar Girt _.,'.,  That Miss Bradish is ono of the most  peculiar girls I over saw. She and I "  niet in London last winter, and we've  boon very good friends ever sliice until  a couple of weeks ago.      Now she  barely speaks to me.     I can't account '  for it.   , Wo were talking one evoiilui; '  about clover women. We both agreed  that talented women aro seldom beautiful.  You probably made somo remarks  that sho didn't llko. ������  No"; I was careful nbout.thai,' and-  oho showod no slgnof her unaccouul- ���������  able coldness until I asked her whether, il* sho could havo her-choice, sho  would prefer to1 bo talented or beautiful. Sho never answered tho question, and has been'different towards  mo over since. Most "peculiar girl I  ever, saw,  The Irish Boy  Headmaster���������Well. O'Brien,,, what  are you doing out of bod?  O'Brien, I just got out to tuck myself in, sir.,   '  mm}  Stock Feed  DONT let your horncg  run down tltirlnff.the  o- winter nnd pet so soft that  they will lwc flesh badly when,  ���������-.  you slartyourspring'plowing.  ���������     '        If. horses are uot work.ed  regularly during the winter, ihev need tha  ������*���������"4d iS?^eff.ec"! of INTERNATIONAL  STOCK FOOD, to tone up the digestive  organs^nable them to get all the good out  of, their,  feed,'   prevent   the   blood   from  79 ' becoming overheated, and thus ward off disease.  ���������   '   " ��������� "UNGnAM,- Sask., Jan. s6th. 1913.  1-OOp for many years.  1 alWay������l,  ..... __. _.   *v.-a pair of three year old colts and nicy  -~H<.   .1 t -;-". ���������,*ny nelK"lbors said I had been beat.   When I boueht the  ^���������..^y weighed 2400.lbs.   I ploughed 25 ncrcs and they weighed 26?Sci"l  I tr/tCll All     nnrl     t.n..1..l   ...   . t )l_    l_ ,1' a a _ ,      . -  miles, I weighed  before s-priug",  .XKMPlCI,.   ���������  ............ ���������    ���������i free when we  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO. LIMITED. TORONTO.  r "I have fed INTURKATrpNAI, STOCK. KOOD fo?ma^eaJrSU" fX "%  re'S'S^JKH !fi!S?.m������?.i? %7. ���������"���������"���������V J bou������3,,t'? *,ili.r .of U������������e year old ������1U a'd"  a 25  ���������" were so worked down that  nro  they.  tbrougli smiling, at' another fellow's  girl that.I'm here.now.. ���������      "   "j '.  The Chief Event  A Liverpool schoolmaster is" telling  .a-rather funny story against himself.  " He begins the story1-with tho significant remark that ono Saturday he  paid the last of a scries of visit's to  his dentist. , On tho following Monday morning one of two of his pupils  looked at him curiously, but of course  nothing .was said. He makes a point  of trying to interest his pupils in tho  current affairs of tho world, so whon  hia clas"s assembled he opened his  nowspapor .and, as, usual, asked tho  question:  Woll children, wliat is tho chief  event that has happened since Friday?  Quick as lightning camo the reply  from a littlo girl In tho front row:  Please, sir, you'vo had a Bot of false  tooth! ���������  "  The teacher says ho passed hurriedly to other topics.  Whea You Buy Matches,  Ask for  edB/ra  They have a true safety bate  > head.   With  silent    tip.    W3]  never explode if Stepped  on.  Eddy*! Matches hav* satleflod Co*.   .  adlani Bine* I861���������accept ns othoiu  The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON GETTING "EDDY'S"  Washboards,  Wood Pails and  Fibre Paili and Tubs.  Tubs,  KIDNEY TROUBLE  Ml Urlo Add Dlnrnacs, indiidlnB Kid*  pry Trouble,' "Madder Btonrn Gall  fitoncfi, Gravel nnd.l.umlniBO aro rni>-  Idly rollnvetl nnd pc'rmniifntly cuvod  by FJANOIi, A romody Hint Iiuh nn  cnvlablo rei'Utntlon throughout Can-  nda. Wo will noml loiter* from  [fore* of people, who imvo boon euroa  nf ono or num of thi<Mn viiinplnlntf,  by  SANOL  Write for full informal Ion,  1'i'lro Jl.COI'cr lioitlo nt all Leading  l*)IUff/jl������t(l.   *  THE SANOL  M'F07 CO., LTD.  WINNIPEO, MANITODA  Only One "DROMO QUININE"  That Is LAXATIVE   BROMO   QUININE. 'Loolc tor tho signature of 10.  W.  GROVE.  Cures a Cold in Ono  Day. Curos Grip In Ttoo Days. 25c.  Thomas, tho mossoiiBor lad, was  ,scnt by his employer to tho back of  a certain market to buy a, tin kettle  to replace ono tho npout of "which had  boon molted off, Tho old koltlo���������\vas  glvon to the boy so that ho might obtain ono of tho samo pattern.  Although tho market was only a fow  yards away, tho boy illd not return  for two hours, and then without bavins mado a purchase.  Why, the market ia full ot kcttlos,  said tho omployor.  Ay, replied tho lad, but thoy all had  spouts on.  W ���������MIIMIH1<������WI������  Frlendo  Hilda (to hor bosom friend)��������� When  I sot marrloil I would llko a huabaud  who'a cuElly ploaaod,     .   ���������  Vera (hor bosom friend)���������Well, that  Is just tho'Bort of husband you will  Bot;  W. N. U. 935  ������������,,.!     Ml.        ..   .   .  There wnti nn nmnnlnj������ Ineldnnt aftor Mm Tocont llrat nlirht at tho Crltcr.  Ion Tlionlro, whoti Mr, Uornard Parry's play "Whoro Thcrc'B ft Will���������  wufl very woll rocolvcd by tlio uud-  lonco.  Aiiv.i    iiiv   filial   fiin  Oi  tiiO Cvil'villll,  a ("roup of pcoplo, Including Bir  Charles Wyudham, woro congralulati,  Ing Mr. Parry, but tho author doomed  moro concerned over tlio loss of bis  hat, which hud disappeared during Iho  ovenltifl".  Why. man, Rlr Olmrlen Wynrlli.im  cxclalniod, I've known youiiR aul'tors  lo have lost not only their bats, but  tholr heads also over fluch a reception as Iho houso bah just Riven you*  Doctor���������Well, I hope you profited by  myndrlRA.  Pal lent���������Yes, dorter, bnt not eo  mue-h ns yon did.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dlotompsr,  Too B/jay  John, mufflM to tho barn, ^as ehov-  cIIIhk off tho snow.  Tho" storm was howling dismally  through, bis whiskers, Ilo was mad  all 'Uio way through.  My dear, camo a volco from an up-  por window.  T>t me ?.!pr.e; fin *.m?yt he rlir!"!:-  od bnok, nnd Hn wont on Rliovolllmir,  and down olaminod tho window,  Half nn hour lator tho sumo volco  from tho name window, camo In pleading tones:  My dear John���������  Well, Vbif on enrth rfe ynn xcnit  again? lio shouted. Is Uio'houso on  flro? Havo tho burglars got In?  No, John, walled '!,ho volco, but  you aro shovelling tho nnow off In  front of tho wrong houso.  Thon bo collapsed.  A concrete milk-house  makes milk worth more  PEOPLE arc willing to pay more  for milk that comes from a clean,  sanitary dairy. In nearly every  city such dairies charge from SO per cent, to  100 per cent, more than others���������and even then  they can't supply the demand for pure, hinh-  (rrade milk. You will get more value out of  your cows if you properly cool and store the  milk. Such milk is not only more wholesome  ���������and therefore can be sold for a better price'  ���������it is also slower to sour than milk handled by ordinary methods.   Ask for the free book,  "What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete"  T will tell you how to build a concrete milk-house, and also describes scores of other uses  for concrete around the home and on the farm. It is not a catalotvue. Its 160 handsomely  illustrated paces are devoted entirely to the subject���������in which every progressive farmer is  interested,  YOU do not place yourself under the slightest obliRation in asking for the book, We  do not even ask that you acrce to use cement Just sign the coupon attached to this  advertisement, or send your name and address by letter or post card, and the book will  be mailed to you at once.   Address,  Please  sendm  yourboCK  Publicity Manager  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY T.TMITED  Herald DulldiaJj,', Moatrcol  513-  660  "VlTIIENyM bay cement, rtmembcr  VV that the farmers of Canada havt  found that "Canada" cement is beit.  barrtl  %  m^^������mm^mmm$m^^  fur  inc  CO., LIO.  WINNIPEG,  CALGARY  CXECUTIVC  T. A. Cwtr, IS. 7. Frrtm, John Xnnncdy, William M������it������>,  Minttoiu--T.  A.  Crerar   John Kennedy. Win.  MulTit. It.  McK������nttt.   6������iW������teh*w������n-0*������.  TjiniUy, J, A, Mnlmrr, V. W, linen, J.  Morrlnon.   Albertu���������B.  3, Kr*������m.  If you ccntln your train to ui it will be lor.kcd after In th# licit poialblt itt������nn������r.  To bttUr ti* condltlcTt or tt<������ farmer and cut out th* fprcftd b������tw*MJ Ih* productr ���������n/l till.  rontum������r.   "������������������....ail, in iiwi ������������������������ >       -  .in,.,,...      .a ...������������������������ 1 ��������� TH"E KEWS, CUMBEftUAMD, BRITISH CbLTJMBlA;;  UlflOLiEUjVIS  .-OfAUiiPflPE^s'  URGE CURTAINS  HW STOCK, of..the (ihove in well assorted patterns  and designs at"POPULAR PRICES . ...'...;  Our stock ol-Furniture, House-fur-  nisl.in������s.. Beds, etc., etc. is ��������� aways  complete and prices' the best.  Try a Fawcctf Range ;. they   are  always satisfactory. -  Cumberland  ���������**������������������ xuu.%A������*ji,-?vcJerto.'OKt  Mt-l'lK-e Dock, .jQ^. "$,  miltc*.' !*��������� C������n <w!t' a 1" ������������������ y*r"r*j' rnonay' .by,  law -oftrrit"'.  - It v������os dooii'i"! to 1k>1 1 it Cimri of I'oi-i  sion oiv tin! Ai seism* n't MluH.for'lOlS,'- on"  \V il������e."diy, Miy7tii, and n������t'c������ t*tbe-o f  tn Ivi mierto i i:' tin H. 0 (���������' ssotienud t ii'  Cuiiibailn <1 Ni wj, '        .,  lt was lUo'.'.il to hold n. cpccisl' u i-ot-  in$: of tho Oou o 1 nn VrUny tiijjht of ibU  wo. k.to b. a: icpoi t, on inttrvie v with b n  ii t r re money by-Uw.  ��������� "'.'*.'  Mr. P Ar.do soil, who \v:i3 lins'lit,stn'-  e,l ih-t ho mh* willing t������> gi i>he������<. with  impr. veinwits' to. Gi'y "Hill', proViilJnp  Ui .11 e hud i������ gumiiuloii uf rolnru <.f 'mon-  oy cxpendo.l by l.im..  Mr. MoAllMei, \vlui wiie present slaied  iu ooni ecti ui with tl o gnu cr.ryit'R tw-e,  ibai tln-ro inii-ti ba u Uurd n'Kr'yJulyrfer.  'nu in these m'ltt-re,  Ci.ui.oil adj-tiinoil.  Comox .Defeats Cumber-i- CITY COUNCI!  ���������land For Second Time  ���������At -Comox, .  For [\\: &.<c<)iv\ time on tlifcir  tivn ilo'-'i", Comox iitliniiiiBtered ft  ))oat1iii.*; i<> tlit' local lenni on Mon  Jay ujobl lit" i'o re a   packed ball ui'  <CnlllW.\    (.'lll]lll?jllStj������.  'I In* gitiue started off very '"*"*���������������*-  /ind till* Inc'.il lioys'displnyei! com  |j'jii:iti/j������ uiiidi entirely baill'.'d  ������iii>.ir,oj)j)oiiciits in U������o 1.1:61" luitf;'  Oluiion, Ku^dl and Ki'nppoek  jieii'i.*; nirpoiieiblo for if, mid were  /cuntiuuaUy shooting at Uie baskei  Tiuvlrrft half ended 10-5 in i'av-  ������)V of tljy l'."iue boys,    -  The. local boys having  two  ex  h'ji iiiyii   wish tliem.-and   anxious  i  to jr. t :t:i id on on I ho best play ore  lo i,it u.yai.'i-t tho' Plronp" Victor  i;i ten'i: i'.oxt wook gave them i;  cb.uu'o; Wilson tliking Clinton'*  piiiuo at forward, hn'd limiiioyiuiiii  (i a-n>   i-larv.     WlrsrhTf  Sunday  iifieriiooii-s--- outgoing  :raiu was well filled wiih passen  gers.  Inspeetor Newton and li. Henderson left'by Sund'iv's boat for  * ���������  Vancouver.  TTVS  oliiingo or tho te-iidpncy. to ''rough  -' ji*''l)Y Coinos "proved Cumber  land's iu.i!oii,.g"ii" hard to tell, but  aim ������s-"LV������t oiic'o tho game .took a  din\:rc:it':isp','.'t. Comox soon as-  - si mi-.id the lead and tho final  ,������;.ire iv.'n 21 13.  Thy .second half especially, wa>-  i:ot basketInill, but ju.st. a Rugby  .mmo. ' Wlijlo Umpire Matihew-  sioii was iinparliul, ��������� ho could not  KcHp ���������])(! }iinio in hand;' tliii������i ie  r-huv. ti by i ho faol thai he gave-  oi.'y cue. foul iipioco ihroiighotit  ihe eniii'o unine.  A ieltirn ja'iiiic will bo plnyo-l in  the Oumberh'ind .Hall, on JMday.  , April 'lib niul tbn local Uinm i������'  pi tinned to win, Mr', Daliiy hiiF  coiisonicii to umpire and everyone  will bo as'-'ii.-ed that tho game will  be kept w-.il'. in hur.d, and biitkct-  bail will bo pl.'iyfd aa it ought to bo  pbijo I.  ,���������, ..������   O.i Friday evening, Apiil 41I1,  iho Comox b.i.skoib.tll team will  i nuiK'*. t" ("lU'ibci'laiid to tn  tMiielnsii'iiis with the local team,  and \vt: urge nil possible to try to  aMciid Our boys aie deterniiu-  i-d to fiyenge ihe defeat of curlier  jn tip" week. Tin* game will  fake ph'iCk'. at y.30 p. 111. in ihe  C-'iniilieilaiul Hall; Admission,  a.ijc. Tin: ('iin.bejl.'iiid team will  line up as IoIIowk -Guard,  Uaiii'HT. und (jiiiiii; center,  Keappowk;   lunvaul^,    Russell,  riimon t'Capt )  .hi'b'ii P.u.'keV i)1 tho County  < \)lli'l iii'i'iviid in lowil ell Tlll'S.  /lay by aiilo from   Namiimo,  * t '     ,   1 I I   I!      ,,.      I    i",   1   ,.   f',,.,  ��������� '.!; '��������� ' '-."i" ���������'  ���������   V j;;. ';." 1 r tc   :x-  lu-r   htti'lii't,    ,([.   Konnal  The Oily Council met in totu'ar sc^i'Mi  o!) Mdiii'.ay tit'eniug; a full B.iuid Im n^  la'uHint.  Tho iiiinu'cs nf last rc^'jiar atul spcuiul  BiKtai^s wt-rc 10-d a-ul ml ipt d.  l'l'-iviiioinl' IV lit-o i'fii)i>rtu'l'Hn s to lo  h ii d <1 < ver to the Oity, /is $.W 'or moulli  uf Fvbriuuy  A'l't'rinii:) U.ie repoitod th*.t no  ti'ten  lioii t.o the iii line to nspiir ct'itai 1 pcws-m  in b.d kicia.li'i in    It was d-wiii d tli-t.ro:  imsra wi uld bo madu by   tho City aid  chit ged an to t'.ie owners.  'Tr.������ Mayi r ;u:d AlcJciuiaa Coo reported  ou thu guu carrying cai.e, and stated th t  Migietrati! Abrim-;, Siid auoorli ig to llic  v.donee ho was justillcil in disiiiis inf*  ;he of s?. ��������� Considoinble di.ciiB ion was iu  ���������Itiljjed in ru the omfc'er; Aide mm M'X-  Wt-ll si.led that if it had btt'ii a man that  was not working, In would h vc fccJn con  viulcd. It Wiifi deci lod to ref.=r lh,i iniit-  U'i' to'tJio Attornoy-Geuer J.  The Auc'e sun propo.-i ioi .t ��������� e-xtorjdinjr  the Uily & Al wms taken np i.ud fu'.ly tiis-  cuRStd; tome weie for letting Mr. Ander-  s m (4d iihcatl w'th tlie inij rovoii eut, ��������� and  uha'{,"j' 1 hn no 1 cut for the balance of the  year, and oihsrs di I m t S3e at t- e ptes-  &ntsv!;t.e ot. the Ci'yVtina co io'.v'th y  could (Jo without Vw. rovenuo fpnin tlio  hail.    Alderman Coo m -vo ', sjcutided' by  Corporation of Cily of Cumberland.  NOTICE is liort-by g ve������ tha*, lia Court ��������� f  Kovition lor tho MunicipnU y 1 f the City  of CmuberlMiil, 15. O , ������ill bu held in the  C< uiicil Ciuunb-iH, on . Wtdue. day,. May  7 th. 101:5, ut 7.30 ������. m., loi'the purpuse of  'ifiinrg ni.d ditonnii i g ootuphiii a  -gai'S- Uie Asses mt-i.t Uo'l for tlw yoar  1013. All linii.pUiu 8 iuu*t bo lii'do iu  a riling "lid dtli.i'1't.d to the Cif.y Cler|; af.  lua.-t. t.->. tlo.r da.vs bufore Hit   ail.i- g  tf  ha Cou t o  r.k.n',siin.       ,,  '  A. N'cKixsox.  Ci y Gl.rk.  D.ilu"J ut Cnmberhtiid, B. C, .Jus !i .tl day  f April l'J'cf-  .; * -ji'A^p'U'OTicE. - ;;  .Vancouver Land D'.st'i'iet  ��������� Dis'lfiel of-Sayward     ,  /"  TAKE.NOTICE'that   MyrtJe  liunmittc, of VnneoHver, ocenpa  tioii.'inirse.t intends to  apply-  fo"'  perniisMoh to pnrehaso- tlie   i'ol  lowing   deeerilied   land6:--.Coni  nioiieiiig ma post 'planted   ami  marked the. norlli-west .cornel nf  lot 5W; thence east 40-  chaim-.  1101 th -iO. cltiiiiia",   tlieiico wept 10  chains." tlieneo,south    10   ehaiu'V  to point of cdinnioneeinenl: con-"  raiiiing 1(50 acres move   or h'^s  '   MYiiTi.v: liONN*KTn-:, Appliv:tnt  Tonr-Matior, Agent.  Datcx. -J miliary iirti, 101}V  TENDERS  TBNDEUS .will be lectlyrd up  to>l(������iHliiy, 'April 7.b, 1013, T6r  the cons'.rec"ion of1 u Iwo.siory  fnimu building at Co,iuteiut.vJ-,B."f  0. Pinna and ������tvcciflealitlins,Jaimy  l.eFoenat Mnroeehi Urop .';>>toio,  ���������Oiiml erlnurl, B C. Tt e lowest-.or.  anv lender imt mc.'SP-wilv nfc(-)Ved  '   " A1AK.OCCH1  lUlOS'.  ��������� C.iii.herhiiid, li 0.  Da trd April'2nd, 1913 ' .a   ' ���������  J.OST���������A black cow with calf;  hole in each ear; crumpled horn'.  Give infoi .nation at this office.  THE- CANADIAN ��������������������������� B ANK;  ; "OFXOMMERGE;-;: \  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST. $12,5o6,000  ONEY ORDERS  Issued by'The Canadian Bank of Commerce, arc a safe, convenient and  ��������� inexrensive method of remitting small sums of money. . These,Orders,  ���������naVable without char-re.at'any������bank in Canada (except in the "\ukon  Territory) and "in.the principal cities of tho United Slates,, are-issued at  ���������0 the following; rates:, "   " -   - ..  ,'���������'".'".-    -    ' "' .  $5 nnd under ..'.    3 centa  Over    5 ������nd not exceeding $10    u  10      " "' 30 ^30  Q������w^^v^W<i^^i*4a^ *4**^^^r**<i**^*f\jfl  MAROCCHI  ROS  Rb  ��������� ������^j t***������ a*"'*'*  GROCERS   &   B  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  "CUMBERLAND   BOTTL'NG"-WORKS  30  <������  50...  nnt'*   XO  aa  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  eticmUl be mado by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  OKDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rntes.        -  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. WUITF, "Manager  .jrnua-.mj^^Ti'Ti^'''''.*-"'"���������"?"1 ' ...i|i.'������>wr������"aM-yi-ja������������al.������l.ajWTS������irJB������W II1W .11  ||IUIl!lll!!i||j!l!l!li:!l!l!!!l!|!lll!il!IJl||������  ,0 ~  I piatw  GOVERNMENT. ST.  , , *   "     Complete Stock of uYe Oldc Finne"  anos  Bominibn Pianos, Thomas Organs;  Victor-Victrolas, 'Gramophones, and Records;  WRITE, FOR CATALOG' AND PRICE" LISTS.".  ���������-  ���������1  2  ���������1  ��������� *3  M  h  4  ' H  I ^  y  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  .Uduni.au -Aspes-, that the . matter, ba  lk.fl io the Boajd ol Wo:ks . The' moti"n  wns uirried by Iho cabling vute yl tho  Mayor. ' -       ;,. '���������  Tho Mayor s a'od lint the City ivunt il  I $1500 for imraed ato nf ecK and oau!d*uot  i ..  eel it. Lie iiIbo ropnited that tlie iimnx^ei-  oi" Iho Iiny.ll 13a .U, hit i f rined'" him,  tint thn hank could not a o its way cluar  tDidur ������-xi ting oircunistnnc s t) ailvsp.ee  *ny mure mo n y to, tlio Oity. us tlie i.vor-  drift ili.t fihouM liavd boeu reduced, nt  tho b gi niuR of the yenr, hnd not "> ecu.  r"Alk'emiaa Miuwell kUjjges ed thai the  Oity ect IftRal ndvjce in t:'.������ m tter of a  by-Uw to riiiBO money. Aid ima'i Rieh-  ������ ;li thought this nn iuopj.nrt������ne limo t������  i.Jiuc eup.h a by-lii.v before ih .- prop rly  i)Wii(-r<. Ahlwriiaiiii Btvoiiilge niovfli', Brc-  i a '.od by Al.lermaw Riohai'iU", thnt (ho  Mayor unci Alderman Mux-'ell be ac-om-  Agents for Pilsener brewing Coinpanv'.s.lllUiR  Wliulesale Denlers  in all Kinds of  ;,   \Vines and Liquors.  ��������� SECOND    STREET  ,     3  809-GOVERNiVEENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  'SH  n  ii  &ljtyiytf^*>*t*to**llll+&l*&^^ 'V������>!W^a*������^^���������>^'*������^W^���������^  ra^maeLT.iuin'm'.i n���������nn <min i ��������� ruiwrw  ������������������JtfiWWTtm*** *>CZ\  tf*m m* ������������������* /WR m# WWKJHWMMMIM >  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In Till' mattur of nn application for n fresh Certifi''ate o!  Title of-Part 20 ncres ol the  South l-!nst cpnicr of Souili j of  Lot j6;NeJs"on District.  x\TOTICE is hereby Riven of  my intention at the eNpirution of  one calendar- month from thu  fn>t. publication hereof to ifcMic a  fresh CevlificaU' of Title issued  to Alexander Wain on the 31st  of .July, 1911 and numbered 220  K, whit.'h has been lost or do  Alloyed.  l)ATKI)ntUmlUcftUiry Of-  fice, Vict'-rln. 1*. C, thi;* 25th  day of March, 1913  S. V. WOOTTON,  Registrar General of Titles.  W^tfa. ir������aiia.mMiar  Ml Hit:  ������Se!n.t(j  'I'/'f i-npji|!r ^iviMi l������.v   llin  Narn* 1  !���������������������������   I       ; ., Tl   ....   V, ,.       ,.  I,.,,. ..... .       ^.      ......  '������������������������;) ��������� ������  M il.L' 1: >'l. \V.i������    !i   JDOM.    UlCttlSl'flll  1. if .Hi", itt o it :ji; J ln.'iiiR i.i'tlfd  Mi ������ .I������"in l.vii'ni-tiiii i.rrivoi! on  Fn 1 (i y Ih'ui Vi.ncniivfrr, :iml ii'  ,}i/s pnpHi ot hi'i I'M'iid, Mru. John  .���������nek.  LAND KEGJSTUY ACT-  I.\ rim mattkk of an nppli-  ration for a fresh Certificate of  Titl'o to f ot f.n. Nelmm   Pistiiet.  NOTICE is hereby given of  my intention at the expiration of  one calendar month from the  lust publication Jitieoi iu i.������--ne :t  fresh Certificate of tit if in Hn,  ol the Certificate of TilL* isstuU  to lsemntsu Maruyu on tha 14th  of .lamiary tqji, and numbered  C5269C whicii has been lost.-  ]>ATl������'Dat I'i'vl Kr-gi>tiy Of.  fit*, Victoria H, CI., this 26U1 day  "'PROVINCIAL" ELECTIONS ACT"  IIOTICE is lieraby." given "that the   List  li of Voters fur the Comox Electoral Di's-  trict has been Cancelled, and that application to be placed on, the Voters'. List will  be received at mv office' at Cumberland,  where printed forms of affidavit to -be used  in support of an application to vote will be  supplied. The list of peKSons claiming to  vote will be suspended from and after the  7th day of April, 1913, and a Court of Revision will be held on the 19th day of  May, and notice ' of objections to the inser-  lion of any names on the Register nf Voters must be given to me thirty clear  days before the holding of the Court of  Revision.  Dated this  rd day of March,  1913.  JOHN  HAIRD  Registrar ol Voters Comox Electoral District  Tho   i.'i   ������r'" ������������������it*   M'    l'ti   nj)  *4j:.iin?li; t������it.i',".ci. by     I'shnnuw-  ins P'>'*" "��������� ������������������������������      "L,il " "'I1 ���������'"Nof Murcli !QU.  f.rc-roprsi.     ..mu. tl... u y >m\m :v,,irUl ,9!3'  Lolling    N.   in.'.nl.b.il fti   !".���������...��������� S. \. WOOl ION,  ,..l, ui.    - ii ;i   if.' "   f'tl   'i' Mi ' -���������"{  hi   1 ir iii' 1 .y i" "1 ���������'���������'   1 i'f-t* ������<"������ii'i  t'        .    ' ,. "I    ijll'  I  I  RtytVtiH  C������������-i:  Don't ^ead This I  "Unless it; Concerns You.  payors COMOX "GO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY 5* *������*,..  Ol  MCflt         -       iwi.i 1 iuuuu.  Ox Beef BEST QUALITY ONLY Daily Fed Pork   SlM-'ClALS THIS WKKK   jr ������-> o run;.) Ttfiri.tn���������iinimnto't) !.V������> n J'������ IMnWuB A. 1 Qnnl-iy, peraiklc 8100  It nt .Smoked iUriMii  ".������3.iper lb (V r> t. pt-r hicU .,.;  ]I .fitl  i1i.miii.pWtlt.li.it 1 hion  'iSoporrr Kn������liHh V\h t������������ rurr.iiia  1.W)  Vriy Iti'rt IV.������ort t\\-\il"������. ,H' t*> inrliit lUbbitK"-. rnHti. '.(.r .u.  ik  11 iin-4���������lSe tQuiiiity Sfw par Ib Hn lb it, F������o I, Jotvtvt iimrUi'. jmoo   tl.f.i -.\1,hIo Mince Mi nt  U5 < par l������i Mnluo-., YctAu lowest mfirkut \rneo   t'.i'i i *���������-���������cli������ lent rt ib������ for Hia. broil F������e*'������ K������rk������....OUu J-sj.') W< t. {"W.O  lllllll!lllllllllllllll!ll!l|||lll!lllllliiyilllll!liinilil!Hllillllllllllitllll!llli!lli;ii!'ili������^  ta������io^aa^-������^-!-M������������aam������j������r=aius������^m������~������uoi<������ow-f������^n^������^--^^  ^;^.!!i|;.i{ii;.!i:'!!!;}ll!ii;;'.;'::������U:!;;!|li;i;U!!!!M!'!!!!)!!!)liHi|llllliillm ,  *5v i *���������  y  Capital Paid Up $11,560,000.,       ' Reserve $13,000,000  |j  |.  Tlie Royal Bank 'of Canada.   S  I DRA^Trf "IS'tiUED   IN   AN'Y    CUUUKNCV,   l'AYAULK   ALL g  |        ��������� ovicu tiik , would; ' ������:  I SPECIAL ATTENTION jml-.l i'o HAVINGS ACCOUNTS &��������� iuUwsi jj  I al hi^liefit OuiTfitt ll:i:i.'������ uliiiwul on I,'1 po: hs of $1 aril miwunitj. }]  | ��������� ��������� '        (jOMBEI*tLAN*!>, 11.,p., Eiunch, Cpiin "Dnily   .  |o -    -   UKIOM WHAP.F. B. 0.,   Snb-Bracli, Cpyn Thuvt-dfiys '  1.   ''   ��������� D. M. MORRISON} Mannser.      ;^'  I        '.      (   ( OUHTSIf AY,. ������. G ,    Ilianch,    Open Daily;  ''R. H. HARDWICKE, iVInrinser.', '  lllll!!lllllllllllllll!lli!l!!l!r.i!.:l  Pi  %iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiitinii  'illUlillillilllKIHilllllH1  l':.l#1  una  M  wiAxjm������msmmMni\^%mMimJm%rnmTKa^mtauK^^  araknvct)a*HnMrj>a^u^M'xv^������i^,iiW^K^^  i p. phillipps Harrison  (A  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  -NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING,  DUNSMUiR AVEiNUE  CUMBERLAND,  ���������**������������������������������ "W "iVMMamHViaa^ mwiWifiiNiimiwrvM  xviwtmMmTMmrmM* *.*n,yfmsr WJJUijiw'UM.'awfc. vie,*j*\ ������*imMn.%*ikx;Aii aim h -ust. rinmijini  MmMMUMUtrj  V.  '^O  - H'  Manufacturer of MINEB AL WATER  CUMBERLAND  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20....  ui* aK*VHr.m'.v.v4ia.r^lb.urM4i������ia|Jvu. i������  tuinwiW'Wwii.Mi*"'*"1"11"''-,-iiiT-awrir rtinmiiiiriifTiT.r.-i.-urjnn**iovc.*-Ji,,'*..n."-rariia-.riv>������.vi  B  If YOU GET IT AT        PLIMLEY 'S IT'SAIL RIGHT |  Gycle fov  ,.-t^\:Ui"'*>fWJ!-?':'."*w-.  i  00  ���������.cuicfYii.c*. [order* by Phone Promptly Attended to. Phone 25  i .1 ,,n,)-,  y  basi-ness'^1  Rut. lie su'e first tliat you have a wliccl which will nive  entire sntiufnetion���������n wheel which will do away will,  cycling worries. Only such eyries nre snid hy JMiinley,  nnd whether you pay ������35 "r t;too jou ������ue cshuieil of  maxiiuuiu value in ajipeuiaiitk'.   {kiii'.'h  i.'-.l  tlt;i..hilit'. .  TH0i. PUMLEY '  730 YATES STRlSfciT VICTCT-lt/-, B. C.  OSiB^^^i^mSf^VKXmysOK <|jtur 4lW������asttS*y^ >

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