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The Cumberland News Apr 9, 1913

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 I  ll  fa  IK  .-���������>,������: *-.  /1-{?* :*/? ���������/^g.^&.ty" y\  'D ,"  ,'  '     4--:..-l-~<  A-?  n-'..- <������������������*-*"  . "-'Vj^efti^S''  ^������������������W^.sSS"''  -*������������������  A Journal  Devoted B������pfo������uiy, to tHe Interest or Comox tilstHct.  This News, Twentieth Vjsau  ,CUMBSRUND,;Ba C.',- WEDNESDAY, iRRIL^O; :.9*3  ���������* ������^(5w J3** -������^v*������%S *nS--^*^v*^A^������^!  The Store  of Quality ;  Famine  >  -r     ������������������     _C             i  .'':'  J  ���������\  Is- ff  V     **  ,,   i   ' ". '-  ZPHlJiG IS HEftE  >  And you want wash maleriali^to make up for  ���������-,.,' l������- ItotBumme.' month?.   Wo have just.put  '' into stock Uio largest ahd finest.assortment  * .'���������  ever   shown   in this   c'itv   of   GINPiHAMS,  ���������    PRINTS, GALXTENS & SHAKERS.' Tlicwe  -   u aro exceptional values, from the host rrmnufac-  ���������   "      tu rem, and having placed, our order teveral  '*'* . .--���������' months ago,1 l>efo're the recent advance in *cot-\  " ���������   ���������      ,    totvWE ARE.IN XTPOSITIO'.*' TO* SAVE '  ;   ^    ���������  ���������-   YOU'.MONEY J-;../    -'������������������������������������ t-a.    '      . '������������������  We: Have the Best Values.: in \ Towels Ever  Offered.   SEE THEM.  A Large .Assortment of Curtains,, Curtain, Muslins,,Scrims, etc., . Makes,the .house--  ..cleaning problem easy.  ^   ���������.  .Give us your Gi.ocery Order.;. ' .,  ,;...v'- 'y,' A'V^e give satisfaction.,always.,,,  ���������Phone^38.1; l-.sU'.V:"'' :"'^L^'.'  SIMON l^ISER;&:CO  ... A inoney.famino threatens this  Western country to-day. it. may  ho traced to several eauses^anmm*  winch aro the European warVitu-  ation, the lade of industrial and  agricultural enterprises,,.ami especially the ovor speculation in  real estate, * ,i  - - * ^  Enlarging upon these, wo "may  predict air early settlement of  the' Balkan war sinco Turkey' ofli-  oially accepts thejei'msysr" peace  proposed;hy tho'European Powers  ���������This,' when ."consummated, will  open the money vaults and "put  their.contonts.in circulation/ Thu,  whole, world wilf share in tlie ben  efit, but British Columbia will  not escape from the embankments now experienced becatise in  World Better  Without Him  SUBSCRIPTlOK.$l..O0 A VKAR  rouiineni Philadelphia Preacher  Says J. P.   Morgan's - Death  Was  Piovidoiitial  $f7m*fit*~������filf������Qf������*b" ���������^���������lUw^Wy* ���������^rw,^,^^f"^**^f*  dustrial and agricultural interests  are almost either absent or strain,  led in birth..' ' Invostiga{ion,\vi'll  satisfy that wild speculation 'in  real estate is the, real cause of depression. So.long'"as- outsiders'  were riishingjin aiuHniying ��������� lots'  prosperity sinil.d on; our streets  and in every place" ot .business,  hut when the. influx-- of. ��������� money  eeaeed, mir-' revenue supply was  cut off. ,-vJNTotyhaving-.-iiidiistrial  . Philadelphia, April 7,���������Rov.  Di\ Goorge.Chalmers Richmond,  at St. John's Episcopal Church,  last night, said :-  '���������Has J. P. Morgan gone to  heaven ?    If not, why not ?  i'i iind men now moro interest-  ������^-.i" J* P' Morgan's, present  state������'of soul than in ' tho' money'  die left or the cash"' he , was able,to  manipulate. , "Mr. Morgan" was ^a  great master of- finance, but, not  a great-believer in tho mass of  men or.in tlieir feelings.  -"The country will get on much  belter without him, Some men  on Wall Street, have made a god  of -Morcran  ���������them read  Mies lJertliu Banks And Mr.Hngli  JMcKemdo   United  in   Marriage Last Friday Night  v Tfiu ..(in.c'of'Mr. :ai.d  Mrs. T.  K.   Hanks,   Dunsinuur  Avenue,  was en fete.last  Kriday evening,  1 the occasion being-tlie marriage  , of their   eldest  daughter,-. Mis*  '��������� Bertha (Uirdje) and   Mr.   Hugh  . McKenzie, of   Couitenny.    The  " ceromony was performed by Rev.  11. G iM'eeuian in the presence  of n few of tho iiiuuodialo' relatives and fiielids' of the happy  \oiing .couple.  Thebiidu was very becoming  Jy attired in a gown of champagne silk and til'-^ver lace, and  carried a bouquet of white mid  c.eam bridal rose-buds.   She was  ' attended 'by her friend, Miss  Nellie Walker, who was wearing  n pretty Copenhagen blue silk  frock, a garland of pink rosebuds  iu her Imir, aud euried a nheaf of  ���������pink carnations, The groom  wa.^ attended by Mr. Harry Wilson  After the nuptial ceremony the  KUWHs with '.he brido and gloom  sat down to a sumptuous supper  daintily sorved The ropuLuily  of the bride, wbo has lived  here  flip r������rA|lt'i,nM-i'.,f 1,   ,.   nr,  attested to by uuineious handsome presents received, Mr. nnd  Mrs. Mi-Kciizic will nside in  Courtenay. The Nkws joins  Slieir many friends iu coiigrntn-  Intionsand licnrry good ^vwliw  for 'lie future.  Loans City of  Victoria #150,000  For cat h great moment in his  toi'y there is born a  great- man.  Tims, in our   moment   of  civic  need, brought ou by  the   financial stringency begotten   of  the  war and-other tiling.-,, there has  arisen a great man.    Tho  prov  itice iii general, and Victoiia aud  Vancouver Island  in  particular,  liavc much for which to thank the  Hon.    Jnines    Dunsmuir,    His  latest service to the city, in offer  '"g #i5������>������������o to the city on puoii.  liariiy favorable terms lo tide ov  or the shortage   of  money   for  public works pending J he' disposal of its debentures,  is characteristic of the man wlics; piiva'u  enterprise   and   public   services  liavu made his name a household  word thron-gliout  liriiish ^oluin-  bin, ��������� Voy having advifcd him of  tlie situation in tuch a way as to  inspire such gcnoro.is action   on  his pact, jiomoouc  else   deserves  the thanks of the city,  >r' agricultural.pursuits to*-give  employment to.ou'r pcojile" and to  furnish'', the wherewith ;to live,  einptv p,iir8e8.resul'LrJ-idJe W"-]<-  nteu,'disappcjiuted-and dissatisiied  citizens -complain., ��������� .leave their  holdings,and go^lsowhere to pub  lish; us as robbers'and' incompetent failure?. The high price of  real estate'in Jiritifli Columbia is  practically prohibitive and suicidal. The present money shortage  was easily iorseon and could have  been prevented.���������-The Western  Call.  for years. . 'Now let  the Gospel .of Jesus  and see how far short of God Mr.  Morgan really appeared "to be. -  - "If it caused his death'to, testify before tho Ptijo-. Investigating  Committee, .then J " l.np������ _ more  of his'type will bo called to testify- Mi;. Morgan was .vgreat financier, but not a great nian. - We  sliall .never see ir man iust ' lil-e  -iiitn-inn:nir"\-nreTicluFlife^ml^W  ought to be glad of it,. His  death was providential i:i  ways. -...'".  ygyjiM. fl igyartinriit I  ���������   .<��������� ,     ^.  NEW ARRIVALS IN SUITS,  SHIRTS, TIES, Ere  Men's Suits in   sihades   of  brown,   grey,  navy, blacks and mixtures.   Prices rang  ina from-$i5-to $36  Men's Negiijjee Shirts with collars to  match, in coat style, in shades of blue,  t������n> ������i*ey, black and White striped. Prices ranging" from $1.35 to $2.  Men's extra fine quality Shirts with double cuffs, from $3 to 3.76.  Men's Silk Shirts in Ecru and White only.  Footwear of All Descriptions;'  ��������� 6 ���������       -, ' "'������������������  THE CORNER STORE  Phone IO. Box 100   Cumberland, 8. C.  Bros.  rnanv  Facts anil Figures  in Brief  Coroner Abra������,������ will knvo on  ThiirftlAy ahciiioon Lr n |.b,cr.  nhovit fif-.y ���������,i|,+ niovp linn,;}.hi 11  Itivw. i.bi.M,.,, iitji|/;.f pii (J.<  bojiv* vi'1*0 mm)  The annual meeting of the C.  & U. District Hospital will be  held in-the Council Chambers on  Saturday eveniup-, April J2t.li.  at 8 o'clock, for tho purpose of  I'otvMvinrMho nnnual 'f'ort "���������"1  the election pf ofl.cv.-v>.  ������������������ ������������������o           Mis* Lillian Giant, dnunhlcr of  Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Grant, or  VuMwrui, is in town and is the  gut-fit of Air, and Mi6. Robert  Grant, jr.  . ' ������o , ������������������-.  ��������� The Rovcrand aud Mrs.  Franklin-Watson will, he "at  liou.c*' lo iiic.iiU-is of the con-  KrcROtoii aud friends,1 cm Wednesday, April T6th, from 3 to 6  anil from 7 lo 9. Alicrwards,  .Mrs. I'l-unkliii W.itsoti will receive every serond Wednesday.  jloly Tiiui'.y \ -caragj.  The flnoti victims in Dayton,  Ohio, iiro faco to Uuo \vi h  gravo piohliMiiH. , Thoy aro Inn .  gry, Ono linndruil tlionsand  people must lie, foil for an indifi.  nite tiiue;food ninl money must bo  sunt Uiem or liorrifying Hiiircr.ng  will surely lwult,  . Right Hon,, Winston Cln11v.11  ill claima that, tho Camidiini sliipH  are ncccBsary to maiutaiii snllici-  out stronglh in 1010.  April Brut finds Tiirlcoy willinn  ly aceepting the terms of ponm;  proponed by tho l������owoi's. Tlm ii- .  coptuueo U iKwoinp'inieil by huariy  exprosuimie of thiiukb for tluj.  kind meiliiitiou.   ^   Successful Campaign  Vancouver, Apiil 7.���������Tho  Jjberal campaign of, Salui'day  was a great success   despite   i'. e  Dismissals From  Printing Bureau  Between Fifteen ami Twenty Employees Expected  to., bo ...  Discharged at Once  'Ottuws, April ii.��������� IJotween fifteen and tivonty dismissals from  tin government printing bureau  inay ho expected in' the course of  a few ihiys according to tho Ot-  tawa Evening Citizen, a govern-  inont organ which goes on .'to say:  "It will bo recalled Uiat aftor tlio  gem ral election charges of 0/F011-  sive partii/jinship were ma 0 again  at a considerable number who, it  is claimed, had taken an- active  .part in thn oleclinn, especially in  the county of |llu,Su||, whero H���������n  Charh'fi Mnipliy, then Secretary  ol State, wan the government can  diilnto.  "After snmu delay au iuvcsli-  giUion was ordered ' and W. A.  Code, Iwu-ri.stor, of Ottawa, wa.  appointed to conduct it. The in-  qn'ryproewdod slowly ami the ro  port of Mr, Code was received  only a fowdajs ago,' Il in loiim  od that while lho charges against  a uumbi'i' wore ma sustained lliey  woic held te be MablUlicd in iho  A merry auto party,, oonipris  0) of Mr. .and    Mis. j. N. Mc-,  Leod, Mr.  D. M. Morrison, Mr.  and Mrs, W. Merrifiold, "and 'Mr  V, ttiiy,jand'Miss Ray,-of Union.  Bay, proceeded to Omnpboll Hi v.  er by auto 011 Monday and    ony  joyed themselves   to:the full   at,  Timlin's li'otol, whovo a most en  joyable dancj was    given.     The  music and fie way tho dance was  conducted was very much  appreciated by the large  company,, as  cm bled,; The party called at Mrs.  Woodlns1 hotel  both  uoin'g  and  coming,     '-Jnek" wired abend to  Mrs. WoodliiiB for a repetition of  tho   oatmeal   cakes  that   he   fo  in null enjoyed ou   a previous oc-  cimoii,   and hud   to bo , ussisteil  into the car   uftcr   partaking   of  that food of till foods,   The party  retained to town.on Tuesday.  WilliaimJ. Fra.er, of Union  Bay, wasiuytowu  on  Saturday.  Three large steamers were at  Union Bay on Saturday for l\in:  kor covil.  case of about ill'toon. ���������. In .similar  cases the penally has been dismissal.,  ;|I have rcoeiwl the report of  Mr. Code," sia'c) Hon. I.miiK  Coderre, Fo.'.relary <>J'State, lo a  C'iti/.on I'ejjoi'tei' (his ul'ti.Tiioim  1 havo not yet givon any ini'mo-  tions in regard io tho niiiiior.''  "In reply   to   another question  Mr. Coderiosaiil about lil'le.m om  ployces were ndversoly alToeled by  llm report.'���������  It is rumored that  inurfeon hu.  reaii eiiiployees received their no.  Mr. P. Doheny, of 'the Nelson  H'ote'l,   Union B������y, has  bei'ii  in  St. Joseph's Hospital,   Victoria,  for several weeks past, suffering -  from a sore leg'.    Ho is recover   i  ing'iind ia expected home shortly -,  ~ a*   Vancouver carried 6ft" the lion-  ors At the local sweepstakes on  tlie Grand National steeplechase,.  W. 0, Thomas, of, Vancouver,  won Salmon's, the . first money  reaching$21,600. W. Kvaus, of  Gordon Head, won" second money, #10,800, and r, Steve, of  Vancouver, was the fortunate  holder of ihe third best . t.cke , -  which nelted hiin J$s,4oo.  ,, Over 1 wo.thousand votes were  registered at the court house up  to 30'oclockon Mouday.  Up to iMiday, 21,040 names  were placed on voters list at Van.  couvcr, out of a possible 25,000.  ouf'",f,ril,l^      ,..-..,(1,  ..  'O    1   1  wc.'ij placed ������(t vaiiuii.1 points of  vantage throughout the city with  the result lhaf come 3.500 names  were registered with more to  come iu, Full reports have not  yet been received of the da>'s  woik, but the resul's so far  known are moat gmtifyiug to the  Ubera! org,'ii!i;;Hw, and iiidi--;������-;c  an interest ou the part of iho  public, and especially ol' the  younger men, which i.i most sat-  isf.iJ.oi v.  r ,  lUliori Iliriill' wns"   utriftci)   ������n.  WVtlnwhiy /or 'ritimiii������iinf;   uro  M,jl.Oi/>, l  tii-o of dimiiissul yoiteiday.  Mlrs Mnjjgie JUnwari has left  Lawyer Uarris'm's olliee to take  a posiiion wiih tlie telephone  I'ompany, and is .succeeded by  Miss Sojihio Walker.  Mr. K. A, Sloney, of New  WeMmiiisli-r, ���������representing Hie  Internal ioii'lTjiKigraphiealUnioii  was in town this \vetk.  a member cf the   ]\,   C.  Cyiumissioii.  lie, in  Libor  P B ELL S  ��������� It*** a.^*.. a*"������^ t* ��������� aa. H**ia>  DF^Y GOODS DEPT  We nr������ B'-owmn lhl< wool, tlio nt-went; tiy]0������ j|, ]A.  A\nh' IMnorhH Drcwi in lawii, mniiiunttoH ninl mull.   *���������    "   ������������������������ ai..V ���������l,u   HU  .li.ull-IJ   IIIHl-lllnil   11)   MjUto  n^J-i It������.lc nnd climu|i������(iim ....from "������:, 61) to jfi W)  Minos' Middy |i|(���������iHi>n in wliito ituji, will, rnl  duuk tiiniiiiiij������,>  tallies* Tellortd Shirt VVaisls  fTcctfy-tc-V/rr.r If;!:,  Easier Novelties  c  GENTS FURNISHING DEPT(  Oiir nieii'rt depmtu'.mt U now iitocked  v..n..|,',v-i.- .sitick  ol  tno   uoweet   )  ������ll)l    il    l-<ll,i),|Vl'-    hlliOlv  Htyles iu men's wear.  Men's, Youth's & Boys'ttcady-to-Wpar Clothing  aSprinK styles in Men's Fur Ml liaLs  SpechHrts h Boy's and Ynu'Jis' Felt !!.ds  SpcciiTl Selertions in Easter Neckwear  Agents lor Ihe Geo. A. Slater 'Invktus'-Slicts  NEW SAMPLES Made-to-Order Clothing.  CZJ  CAMPBELLS ���; tf ;��� af,-a.,.-A�����j i.it-***,*i+n,tnt*.f-,t*^f-**i
^lawajaffrv^.-s.'ifciflM ���rri'-'nnawMM"*^^
By E. R.' Pimshon
'Ware",  Lock & Co.,  Limited
m   London,  Melbourne & Toronto- i
_, (Continued)
Evidently at one timij, this dwelling-
had been, ii farm, where tho battle lo
.win a living from' tho scanty soil of
!liu downs had Ixvm !on�� continued
and then at last abandoned. It appeared si we to-hiivo bcon turned into a pleasant thousili somewhat sol!--
tary anil small country house, whilo
lite outbuildings had been suffered to
fall in'.o decay. No one was visible
near 11, and Thorold stopped his ear
and looked nt ii. iniently, and then
nil about with a very Keen, searching
r-'kuu-e; as for some ono lie both Ions-
vA and dreaded to sec, and whoso absence he could not. understand,
Ugh, muttered Green, wiih a shivor,
how lonely Uie place looks.
Indeed an indescribable air or loneliness war; upon the whole scene, so
(hat it seemed somehow impossible to
imagine tliat any livinj; soul was near.
Thorold's face grew grimmer still as
u upon him also there came this impression ot a great loneliness.
H: range, he muttered, am I too early
then? No, for the telegram said���can
she somehow���
lie  started    his    car    again   jmd
they went  through tlie gale,' hanging
wide open,  and  up  the gravel'drive
'    to the front door, and at Hie approach*
n rabbit (hat had beeiv playing there
scampered away in a panic, wiLh its
little white tail held up like a Hag "of
"iruco.       Thorold   sounded   his   horn
'���     loudly, but still there was no sign of
nny answer or of any life about tho
place "at all.      Frowning darkly, he
'.sprang to the ground, and with Green
-   (rotting closely at his heels ho opened
the front door and entered.
" The houso was square built, -with a
wide central hall    or   passage,  from
'"which rooms opened .on cither,,side.
Ktairs  led-.to' the  rooms above,  and
there was not "a sign or a sound or a
movement anywhere,  save  the slow-.
''heavy .Licking of an old wooden clock
oalhc-wall of Uie'passage.
Still without'a  word, but    plainly
" much .puzzled, Thorold    paused . and
looked.round.     U was not fear that
was'on his face, but yet it was a kind
of dread, a horror of what he might
find and a desire to grapple with it on
iho instant.     After just a moment's
delay he opened tiio door to his right.
���*. ]^ai!mifLed-!-o.a^W-al,lJ-iu:uisluidiSiUing;'.
room, with si large oak sideboard at
one end "on which some dishes were
standing, "and in tho centre a tabic
laid for a meal that seemed to havo
boon suddenly   interrupted.    At   one
. 'end of the. table, ..which seemed to
have been'laid for two people, stood
" a gleaming-silver coffee pot; at Uie
other end was a, dish'of bacon now
cold in grease, and there was a second, dish" whose displaced cover showed some fish boneu.',h. A toast, rack
half full, and an egg holder with four
eggs, still ,in U, were also on (lie
(able, and tho-large, centre vase was
full of flowers. Tlio clean napery,
tlie flowers, tlio shining silver, all gavo
au impression that consorted ill with
I lie sinister air of desolation that this
half eaten meal seemed somehow lo
unread about   it,     Thorold    noticed
that tho chairs had been pushed, back
violently and suddenly, for one of
thorn was overthrown, and he observed that there was,still, food on Uie
plates and still co.ffee remaining in
tlie cups. ��� Thorold's frown grew
darker, his grim'race more hard.
Breakfast, ^ seemingly, commented
Green froni behind, tho* little convict's
shallow and curious nature stirred to
much interest in all this; and they
was interrupted sudden, and there
ain't been no one 'ore since. , Toffs,
too, that's plain, .-uid ono of em' a
Ah! exclaimed Thorold surprised to
find his companion so observant, you
think so?
Certain, declared Green. Them
flowers means a woman. And they
was toffs used to plenty of servants
or thoy wouldn't havo cooked all that
grub just for two. Question Is, lie
added with a cunning look at Thorold.
who aro thoy, and where aro they now.
Thorold did not reply, but stood gazing at this deserted room with its sign
of a suddenly interrupted meal to
which it seemed thore had been no
return, oil her to finish it or to clear
away the dishes'. Ho was still wrap-'
ped deep in meditation when a shrill
cry came from Green who, after another sharp look round, had crept
away io see what else he could discover, with hope of finding something
worth tho pocketing. IL was to u
room opposite this ono, just across
tiie central' passage, Uiat he had gono-
Opening the door and peeping in, he
had at once drawn back with a shrill
cry that brought Thorold instantly to
hid side.
What is it? he asked.
One of 'em,., said Grecm, trembling,
ono of  'em is  there I '
��� Without answering a word "Thorold
flung the door wide'open and entered.
The, apartment was furnished pleasantly and with some taste as a drawing-room. There were a \nimber of
comfortable, chairs and couches with
some good pictures on the,walls, all
of a sporting character. But it was
not at these Uiat Thorold'looked, but
at where beneath the window lay the
body of a youth with a small round
hole in his- forehead and his bright
hair all dabbled witli his blood.
Not speaking,, Thorold crossed the
room in two groat strides and stood
"in silence by the dead man's' side,
looking down on him with an utterly impassive face; ,nor wa.s the dead
countenance more rigid or more- pale
lhan the living one that gazed upon
it. .
. It was for long he stood thus, he-
looking down at the dead," the dead
loolung up at. him, and it could -now
be seen (hat between these two pallid
and rigid countenances there was a
distinct likeness, that perhaps had
hardly been noticeable before, but
that their present' equal pallor and
rigidity brought out. quite plainly, lt
"Sample free If you write1 National
Drug and Chemical Co., of Canada.
Limited. Toronto. . "
Inks-���Why do you carry that, watch.
It don't'koop Lime, and it ain't worth
a quarter.
Bllnks^-That's why I carry lt���I
can't hook it.
The temperance reformer was justly proud of having converted (he biggest drunkard in a little Scotch town,
and induced him���-he was the local
gravedigger���lo get on tho platform
and spout his .experiences.
"My friends, he said. I never
Ihocht to stand upon tills platform
with the provost on ono side of mo.
and the toon clerk, on th' ither side
of mc. I nlver'thocht ,'to tell".ye
(hat for a whole month I . haven't
.touched a drap of anything. I've saved
enough to buy me a Draw oak coffin
wi' brass handles and" brass'hails���
and if I'm a teetotaler'., for ariither
month 1 will ,be wantin' it!
Perhaps1 one reason why tho fool
killer is out of a'job is because he
soldiers on it.
. Baby's Own Tablets are the
one safo medicine to make
baby well and keep him well.
They are guaranteed by a government analyst to be free, from
all injurious drugs and are absolutely safe to ' give ,even to
tlie newborn babe.    Concerning
..them Mrs.  Oscar Bedard, JMan-
���tseau, Que.', writes:���"I ha?o
used   Baby's  Own  Tablets, and
.have to""'th.auk .them that my, lit-,
tie ono is living to-day. ��� I know
' o'f nothing" to equal, them as a
children's medicine." The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers
or by'mSil at 25 cents a box
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine ,Co,,-' Brockville. Ont.
Exhausted Nerves
Sleepless Nights
Continually Crow Worse Until Or.
Chase's Nerve Food Restored
Vigor and Strong-th.
Mni. Campbell.
What misery to lie awake night*
nnd think of all norln of thlngn without being able to gel tbo n>st and
rilnop which is ncconHiiry (o n-xtiiro
Uio ncrvoun energy wauled in tho
tnxkn ot the dny.
��� This nymptoin of hloeplcurmrHM In
ono of the surt'Ht IndlentlouM of nn ey-
haunted tipi'Voiih (<.v;i|eni. You nmpt
liiivp Hleep'or n breakdown Ih (vrlnln.
Dr.   i.'hftno'H  Nrrvo   Food   fowls  lho
<wWn    vpufml   THTVPH   lwflf   TO   ll On If II
anil Rtrengtti. In a lew .inyn you ob-
liun Uiy���iiai��i..l, (..iif.-.l :lm> nlili-Vi
Iw.'IpH i'o materially In r<vitor1wc vltnl-
Hy. to thn nmc-s and ulrenglh to tho
wholo body. ,   ,     ,������      ���
i Mr*, flumli Campbell, 108 Alma
��li'��pt, Bt. Thonui!', <m., wrltr-n : "t-'or
,������,.,.,..  ;  ;...'   : -  ?���'���'��rr.i  i-iOt  norv-
iimmcus thnl 1 eoutrt not ��Wp nights,
Thoro wero other Hymptomu of f-x-
hiuintcii- nervon, but none rnuned po
much mlncry, and T found inypclf
continually Rt-tlliwr wor.ip.
"J boiran lining Dr. amsr-'n "NVrvn
Fond, nnd Jt nan not lonrr before T
noiknl 'pf-flf Inipriivfmmi In my
hrajth, It built up the n.'rvou.". :>yr-
T.-m wonderfully, rM-enrrtlu-ned the
rirrvM a"'1  Tiabied   im,  t��>  ��'!.:.���   ant,
Mr-Ml WtMl." ���    .   ..        ,
"Dr (Ihrrtr'n NV-w TooA, r.nr a \wx,
fi for f2.r,n, all dcili'"". "f l'ilT:-.ar?.o;i,
nattn & Co., .JmlU--."-. Tfp.ntn.
Kdward Thorold's stern, liard features"
had been reproduced by some artist
who had wished to make them charming and attractive instead of cold and
proud, but, who in doing so had made
them weak as well. Still now that
the cold touch'of a violent "death
had been laid upon the, younger face,
'.he likeness was apparent, and it was
Impossible ioo;- not to see, even under
l-Jj'o coldness and rigidity of death", how'
wonderfully handsome that young face
had been, so gay, and charming' and
infinitely winning. It was still beautiful, tlie well nigh perfect features,
the smiling mouth, tho broad low foro-
head with the curling locks of auburn
hair,'all those still remained, and even
something of the careless grace (ho
living form had possessed, But Hod
for ever was the shining brightness
of the wide blue eyes,'gono for ovor
was' the changeful charm of the- play
of laughter and expression, the delicate coloring of the complexion, soft
as a girl's; all that mado up the mas-
nel.ic aUracUvonoiis of that bright
yoiiiij; personality.
Close by tho window a small, Ivory
handled revolver lay, and in tho dead
bov'K hand a photograph was grasped
Hll'ffly between fingor and thumb.
Green, .hanging back a\vcd at tlie
door, folt flint Thorold's stillness and
silenco wero fast becoming unbearable. Ho had an impression that
when this quloliulo broke up, it would
bo frightful. Ilo would Imvo sneaked
away Iind ho darctl, but ho thought
that Uio slightest nouml might stir
Thorold into action, and who know
what might happen then?
Sllll Thorold stood perfectly silent
and impassive, Kvun lho pallor of
his face did not ohaiigo; lio did not
H'or-m lo broaiho; it wuh only bocau.se
lie H'.ootl uprlK'lit thai, one realised
he lived. Groon foil n porsplrulloii
breaking out on his forehead, ami I lie
silonco In tho room seemed to lilm
fraught with the moat awful possibilities.'
Ah--my God, ho whispered, aud tho
whin por nUrlluil him hh though ll hail
been ilm loud shout or nn enoiiiy.
But Thorold did not Hilr or> move.
Agnl/i a lie-iivy silenco brooded un-
dlfUirbed upon tho room anil Groon
wondered pitifully why ll wiui lin dared not oropp away: why It wns his
font Hoeiiicil aa though milled to tjio
(To bo Continued)
Tho Into Patrick Colllii.i of lloslon
was elected pivnidont of   tho   Land
League, nud visited Ireland soon afterward ,
A burlier In Dublin wnn shaving him.
V./..'.'.    *!:���.   ','i,,,"r\   I'm   Ihlnklni.',
' :--,i\d the hai-hor respect fully.
(    I niii, nusoiilcU Mr, Uolhiiti Giivii���ii
'ilio Boap, "-
Well, then, cvclalmed \\\o barber,
lluiirlsliliiB l��''-'i rnzor, I wnnt to tell yo
thnt. we've twlnly thousand bravo soim
v.," y..\. I" !.;::! !������.���"'.'' *" 'l-n :\t n mo-
liifiiL's oaii and throw oil' tlio ciu-hoiI
joke of KiiKlainl.
Collins pro:��orv(��i1 a dlseroel bIIoiipo
iinlll he was ihiivc.".l.     As ho was putting oii lil-i oollar ho nslu'd:
'    Why donl, you rl.Je?
A)i, n piled tho bn.'bcr, th' cursed
i-oii.i'iibiiluiy won't h l nn.
'        Germany for French Army
Paris, France-.���Five French stib-
jects have been arrested at Metz, Lor-
rairii, on a charge of clandestinely
recruiting Germans for-the foreign
legion of the'French army. One of
the meiv is alleged to have offered a
German conscript $60 to follow him
across Uie frontier to the lirst re-,
cruiling station. - ���      ^
Entertain Themselves,
��� What entertainment have you provided  when  tho thimble club  meets
at your houso next woolc?
Oh, Mrs. Gray has taken her baby
and gone'home to her mother,. Kitty
Clark has eloped with the* Greek who
keeps the fruit store, and .Torn Slade
has defaulted and skipped for .Brazil.
Yes?   ���������
I haven't Invited any ot the relatives
oi these people, so 1 think the club
will quite easily entertain itself.
This Piece of Gold,Has An Interesting
Record ������
Albert;*"" Almon, the well-known collector of Ixmisburg relics arid othor
articles of antiquarian interest, showed Tl��e Montreal Gazette a- French
gold coin of 1730, worth probably between $10 and ?15 for tho gold in'it;
aside from its ".historical, interest,
which foj-med part-of tlio treasure in
a ship wliicih'was lost shortly after
that dato, at Point Micheau, Richmond
County. ' Tho coin is practically as
good as new and on one sido bears an
effigy of the French"King, Louis XV.,
with a small lion rampart below, with
tho inscription: Lu'u. XV. D.G., Fr.
et Nav. Hex. On lho rovorso there
are the flour do" lis and shield, arm?
of France" and Navnree, surmounted
by a crown, and surrounded by ,tho
inscription: Cars. Rogn. 'Vine. Imp-
or. wlUi tho dato 1730. . ..The initial
T below tho heraldic de^co would Indicate tliat tho coin was minted at
The history of this coin is an Interesting one. About tho year of'tho
first seige of Iyouisburg, a French
gun boat left France with $7,500,fiQ00
of gold coin to pay Uio troops and
all oilier^expenses which were standing for somo time in Loulsburg. On
nenring tho Cape Breton coast a fierce
storm arose and drove the little ship
off her course towards'JPoiut'Mich-
eaii (which name is a corruption, of
Poin Micheau, after this ship, which
was named St. Michael). The ship
stranded on a reef at Point Micheau
known as Gros Bos (big' rock). All
the crew were lost.- The gold ivas jn
oak kegs bound/yvitircopiK-- or brass
hoops,.     '   ��� . - ��� ��� "        ���   ���,
That the story of the- loss of this
treasure ship was true was shown In
the year. 1900, when a.big storm swept
over this-,shore and a piece of oak
keel 40 feet long, with copper bolts,
came ashore, Further proof was
given by the finding of many gold
coins on the. western beach, one man
finding six:coins. This created "much
interest in the Point Micheau gold, so
that hundreds wont there. -The
beach was plowed and dragged, but uo
more gold was got at ihe time.
Tho piece owned by Mr: Almon was
found last June and and owned by
Mr. Taylor. It, was obtained through
Wm, M. Muvphy of Point Micheau.'
The' coins wore all of-gold, dated 1723
to 1780. . Mr. Almon states tliat'in
his French histories mention lias been
made of ships leaving ��� France" with
gold for Louisburg,, and lie thinks
that through.further-study the story
of this ship could be secured in full
detail in-some of the histories or
from the French navy records.*
' Deafnecr Cannot be Cured
by. local nppllealions, asytlicy cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There 13 only one way to cure deafness,
unci that- is l>;' constitutional remedies.-
diMo* ot the. nr.ucous lining of the Euo-
tachian Tube. When this tubo Is Inflamed you have a rumbling; sound or
impel feet heaiinff, and when lt is entirely cksed, Der.fness is-the .result, and unless tho inflammation caii -be taken out
and, this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed for ever;
condition ,of.t.l-.o mucous surfaces.'-
, Wc will r;l/e,Ono Hundred Dollars for
nny ease-of. Deafness (caused hy. catarrh)
that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure,      Send  for circulars,  free.
.P. .>.' CHENEY & CO.; Toledo, O.
. Sold hy Di-URKlsts,  "Go.
Ttike Hall's Family. Pills for constipation.
Not Necessary
Do you carry- burglar Insurance
on your home, lllldiid? askod Wiggled,
I used to, but since the twins came
l'vo given it up, .said. Blldiul. "No-
body sloops nl our houso after dark,
so what's tho use?
15 Long Years
W.  IM. U. 936
I      We   fu.lii)    Slllll.l    f'��r   ii'ir   ru.llillUir.l
bud luck If il wu'.' not ro uuiii(itii,i.-i.
Wi- < iut;-ri?i,M-ii:.'-."i1;  l.iite irtnnotouy.
1    l-'.it'- <.j-.ii- .'.�����(��� 'PUVilt i.�� <-:"���-!!<\'i'o.
li'ii  sieil -<\: \'- r.'rii I'm--  -..ill draw
.t'lK-.-l    I,-it    i
"For over fifteen years," writes' a
patient, hopeful littlo Ills, woman,
"whilo a coffeo drinker, 1 suffered from
Spina! Irritation and Nervous (rouble.
I was trouted by good physicians, but
did not got much relief.
"i never i-uspcoiod that coffeo might
be aggravating my condition. (Tea is
Just as Injurious, hecauso it nonlnliis
caffeine, tlio luiiiio, drug found in coffee), 1 was down-iienrled ninl ilia-
couraged, but prayed dally that 1
might (ind Honiolhlug to help mc
"Several yonrn ago, while nt a
friend's houso, I drank a cup or l'osl-
nil and Hiought'l hnd never lasted un>y
thing morn delicious.
"From that Hmo on'I uboiI Postum.
liiBlond of coffoo and rooh began to
improve In hoalth, ho that now I cnu
walk luilf a Aov.on blocks or moro with
cii'ie, and do many things Uiat I never
���thought I would ho ablo lo do again In
thla world.
"My appciiie |r good, I������slef!p well
and find lifo Ih worth living, Indeed,
A Indy of .my aciiualntaiico gain she
did not llko Postum, 11 was jio weak
and lastoloRS,
"I pNiilalni-il to her the difference
whon It in inado righf���boiled according to iiirncuoim. rino waa glad io
"s/iiiir i'i,',s hi < uu,-.:- ft/Ha- iV,Ai nui wee
with her. Now her folks' say Ihey
expocl to uso PoHlutn the rout of tlinlr
lives." Ninno given upon rei|iio8t.
Hond lho littlo bonk, "Thn Kond lo
Wellvllle," in pkgH. "There's a
PoH'.um now cotncii In concentrated
powder form, railed Instant PoHtiitn.
II Ih prcpiirnl by pllrrlng a level tea-
Hpnonftil In u ruji of ho! walor, adding
sugar to tnHte, nud cnnifglt rrram to
bring tin1 color to golden brown.
Im'anl    l'o-.-.'.um    I.i     cii\V',iiIeiif;
thcrc'fl no wnste; nnd tho flavor In al-
v,;.y.-. unlfonii.     S'otd   l.y   j'ivi^m-u ���
| -1.1 to JjO-f-uij Un wfit'ti'., !>0 to luu-tiiji
Un r>firtg,
A fj-'.iip frial tin mailed for grocer';-,
name ami 2-f:ent hl��mp for p ntnto.
Catiadiiiit Pdi-'tum Cereal Co.,    I.M.,
j Wjnd^ir, Oat.
,Tlie old fasliionod woman will have
nono of tlio vacuum cleaners that obviate the necessity "of house cleaning.. What would lifo mean to her if
her semi-annual .debauch of house:
cleaning woro denied her?
Take LAXATIVE,   BIIOMO . Qulniao
Tablots. DnigRlsts refund money if it
falls to euro. K,r,W. GROVE'S Blgaa-
turo is .on each ,box.   2Gc.
It's only fho defeated ��� candidates
that don't, recognize you n w, The
successful ones will keep an eyb on
tholr fences.
Mlnnrd'8 Unlmcnt Cures Colds, EVj,-
Toll tho trulh, but bo careful to
whom you tell it.
There's a ,hcap of fun in ihis world,
and .llm' llrown pays ho doesn't. In-
lend to miss nny of It. even if ho hns
to knock off work occasionally.   '
Thorn is uo uro In frotting, hut
somo folks do it just for amusement,
Re happy whilo you mny. Soon
your wife will present you with a box
of Chrifitmas cigars,Just llko tho kind
her brother smokes.
A woman can mako tlio ordinary
limn Into a pretty rospeclablo c.llly.on,
but by the time she ilnlphes tho Job
ho Is about ready to dlo.
WHEREAS five years ago the word Zam-Buk
was unknown in Canada, and Zam-Buk is to-day
admitted to be the finest cure for skin injuries
ahd diseases;
AND WHEREAS Jt has been fepreserited to
us that there are still some good Canadians, and
. even some mothers and heads of families who
have not yet tried this great balm, we hereby
offer a,REWARD of one free trial box of
Zam-Buk to every person who has not yet tried
this wonderful balm;
,,-���'".','     ��� ���    ��� -'  -        ��  . ���
PROVIDED they send by mail to us this
proclamation together with one-cent stamp to
pay return postage of such box i
address such application to our offices at
Given under our hand this day.'
The omX sur�� ana satisfactory way In which tho Western rarmei
can secure tlie hlfrhest.possible market value for his vliea"-, oiUs, barley and
flax is by shipping: It by the carload to Fort William or Port Arthur, or to-.
Duluth If cars cannot.be got.for the other terminals (loading It If posslbl*
direct into lho car over the loading platform no lis to save elevator charge*'
nnd aockace) .nnd employing a strlelly "commission firm to handlo nnd dispose of It.   ,   ���       - .-
Wo,continue to act aa the -Farmer's" Accntn oolely on a commission basis:.
We are. not trackbuyers nnd wo never buy the Farmers', grain on our own'
account, but look after nnd dispose of the praln entrusted to us,' an ths
���gents of thosowho employ us, and lt Is our deslr* nnd endeavor to'Rlvo
���everyone the very best service possible. We mnke liberal uavnnees ncalnst
car shipping bills, and will.also carry the praln for a time under advances at
a moderate commercial rate of Interest., If considered advisiiuie. We Invite
all Farmers to wrlto to us for shlpplns Instructions and market Information,
etc. . , ���    ��� '_ i .   _ .
Thompson Sons & Company
"= :     """���-��� "GRAiN-COMMISSiON-MERCMANT3���
There are no vegetables just'like your
own growing.    Provide for a ^bod table,
eat vegetables, and (brow away medicine.
We uot only supply you with the Finest Tested
Seeds Cor this Country, but we also show y��-i^
Told in onr booklets, 153 pages (copyrighted).
The first of tho kind printed in Canada.     They
contain   the   best  Western experience  of  expert
Market Gardeners.   Sound, practical and sensible���
just what you want to know in preparing the seed
bed, manuring, starting tbe seed, transplanting, forcing;
ripening, storing, destroying  insects, etc.     The price
is 10 cents per booklet ($1.00 for the full set of 11,
including vegetable and special field crops), but FREE lo
purchasers of our seeds.      See our catalogue, page 2.
Best for Wear
r%.   Insist on the
j^Ronuine Kurcka
Harness Oil in
DealerB everywhere
Harness Oil
ITnlffii worms lio pxpnlloil from Uio
Ryf-fnm, r.o cliild can lio lioivllliy,
Mollipr GruvoR' Worm Kxloriiiliiutor
Ih Uio boat nioillcliio oxlnnt to Joslroy
worm a.
TliPi'o'fl only ono UiIiir woi-hp limn
having 1" pltovol conl mni Hint l�� no I,
ImvIiik nny to flhovcl wlion tlio inor-
oury liltfl tlio s'.oro nmrlc.
Collectlnij Antiquities
Slopoy rocolvml a ��ir��l on which
wan oiiRi'iivoil: ProfoHSor Umcc, An-
Jlo know no nuoli pprson, so lils cur-
lonlly led lilm to rocolvo lilm .
What l��. your Ijuuluoaa, profousor?
lio nskoil, polltoly.
1 mu n coii<'cio> ui .niLl'i'iiltv., .,;,
iiWU'cA Ujp old mini.
So I ImaiiliiPil. And how can 1
Borvo you?
Hy pnyliiK ft Ooposlt on this, little
bill you "Imvo owod for moro than three
My dear iipphow, wrote a wealthy
old uncle, nllow mo to coiiBratultitc
vou on your .ippronoliliig niiirrlaj,T,
iiml plo.'iKO ncccpt from mn tlio arfonv
panylns wpiUIIiib Kin. You will fliul
It oxtrcnKily iippropiltito In tho clr-
With iniicli rspoclfttli.il Hip pronpnpl-
Ivn lir!(li\'iTooni opoiiPil thn pat-pel tltnl
foil nil linlilc a larcp ImiiU in.irl;i'd
JloiiBOholil Kxii^hf*1 M��>Jf.
rirpt frow-Th.-it liounils llkp n nun.
Becoml ('row��� Vou Mustn't bt-llcio
alckheadaolier.���ti6ural(;lo headaches���splitting,
blladliii; headaches���all vanish when you t��ko
Na-Dru-Co Headache Wafers
They do not contain phenacetln, aoetanllld,
morphine, opium or any.other dangerous druc.
25c, a box at your Drucijlst's. 123
National Drub 4 ciumicalCo, or Canada, LiHiTto.
? Moutly
A woman can't throw ti thliits
HlralRht. to Biivo her lifo.
Oh. yps, Thoro'8 0110 tlilnir alio
cm Uirow HlrulKht.
Wlmt l�� It? ;     ���
A ciittiiij; roiiinrU.
Wo do ponio UiliiKB hocaimo wo
want to ilo thom, othor UiIiikh bopiimo
otlu'-r peoplo try to porsuiuln up, not
to do thom. ,
Not Sufficient Prepnratlon
My tlnuuli'or Ih to ho married noon.'
Vps. And I nm no Kind that wo
itnvo hpr a eourBo In tlomoBtlo bcIpiico,
fur I fwl thin sho ia now propiirod
for thu ilutlt'S ot homcmnklng.
To wliom Ib ��ho to ho marrlod!
To tho yoiiitB Mr. Sponilor.
Ah! Don't you Dilute you ought also
liavo preparoil for hor tho dutloa of
money nniklng too?
It. Luhun ��a a,��h'u ;��.i��:i U> be- ,". rov:
hny now, nnlil Ono V.yoA JaVo onMlnpt
off a oliiink of pliiK tohacco as lnrno
ns a pftvlnB brlok nnrt rummlni! lt Into 0110 comer of his mouth, resprvltit;
lho other corner for c'onvoraiitlon,
lla-ivo to konw all nlioiil. how to rhlo
.v )n>��), I ..'i:;;o:;c, :\"JA 13'�� "n"��-
phlstlcntcil nowconier, who wIhIkmI to
lonvo tho Imprewtion that ho luicw all
nlioiit It.
Illilo u pony, nolhlnp. Uo Aoom't
havo to know how to curry ono. K
ho can't fix anything about nn nuto>
moMlo wllh IiIh barn hnniln lio inlKlit
na woll look for another job.
Prices i,nt Monte Carlo
A well-known   laoruiuiiur   recently
took 11 t'lilte ut a Monlo Carlo hotel
without unking tho prlco or nnyllilnR-
���ami In thp rPHtJiiirnntR of such ho--
loin It l�� a common thing lo nnd no
rirWn pvon rm Hip mPiniB.   When thin
I man cftinc to pay lil�� bill, eaj'B Umrton
Opinion, 11 v��nB onormous.   Hut ho
I paid It.     Then h.i wild:  Hnvo you
'nny Iwcnty-flvn coiillmo stampB? Yen,
monsieur, natd tho dork.   How many
do you   wih'.i?   The    puoat   fmllod
blandly.     Toll nio nmt, ploa��o, ho
Ktiid, ^'"iU yon r-.barpc fyr Uicn here?
Why Not Save the
Middleman's Profit
and Ship Your   -
t(> -iSl.MO 11,1V 1'lIHW
UiOMV Nil lll,tlli'-t lilm
N"i W Vni!��, Srii<l for
i,-),-^ ll��l ;.!iil ^!lil> t"
M. F. Pfaclter & Co
C if.r.iH fi. tlUfk Vi
Ntw VorU City  ��
mr ���������-/���������  -. { > *:  M , ������-   ��������� --,  ���������,    >  n  -������������������ Ve':��������� ������������������-ffiHE, NEWS.. CTIMBERLAOT), J3. C  D<<      f|  H'-,  ii'  1,7,  |l'  ft  |i"  I'''  iiiif II  START NOW  Susceptibility to colds, sore  throats, lonsilitis and such, indicate, impoverished vitality���������lack  of reserve "strength to weather  changing seasons.; ������������������,,., * ,; y .;  A spoon ful of SCOTTS EhlUL-  SION after each. meal.starts  healthy body-action like a small  match kindles a great ilre-r-and  more: if makca rich, healthy,  active blood��������� fortifies tho tissues  and stimulate* ��������� the appet it a���������it  makes sound body-strength.  SCOTTS EMULSION"is Uie  purest cod liver oil, made cream-  like and palatable witliov\t alcohol or drug���������the quintessence  of purity.    .     *    '   '���������'     ��������� ,"  Reject imitations they are impostors for profit.      *  Scott & Itowiic, Toronto, Ontario "-12-58  TURK$  THREATEN      TO  ''   POSTUM CO.   .  SUE  He' Lacked the Agility  * "When Louis! Cyr,' the famous strong  man toured the fall fairs around Ontario back toy the Nineties, hia ��������� appearance In Bruce' County . aroused  probably greater interest than anywhere else. On one 'occasion"whon  He was- performing at tho Kincardine  Fair, two Tiverton1 Scots watched-,his  exhibition .with the canny'reservo characteristic^ the'race."'After tho big  foal?���������that of ���������lifting sixteen or 'seventeen husky countrymen crowded on a  pjatform' and weighing iri the. neighborhood, of two-tons or "so, the larger  of tho two Scotsmen observed, to hia  companion: '" Yoft'a a strong man,  SandyV"'" The other; ono. wbo was of  the wizened;- dricd-up variety of transplanted Highlander, .weighing about  one hundred-ind twenty,pounds, nod-  ��������� dod his" head: You's strong'a' ric.ht; he  said, but lie nefer" had the agility that  I bad. \    The Turkish'consulate in,this city la  Indignant. -. Wiethor.it is* because Llie  Turkish peoplo. havo been called, the,  "most nervous peoplo,in-the. world,"  or because'tho statement' has been  made that they aro "also the-greatest  coffee drinkers in the world," is not  clear,, becauso tha Turkish consul will  say nothing further than.tho-Turkish  'people havo been, libelled, or nearly  so"-'-' ''.      '. 0������ .. " ���������"  , The whplo trouble came about becauso-of an. advertisement ot the  Postum peoplo in which tho statements already mentioned, wero printed,  and it was added:  , "See the point?" "Wo are not quite  sure wo could help thom, but Instant  Postum' helps lot's of people. "There's  a reason."    - -���������      ���������-;.-'  Tho Turkish,"consul's office- called  several newspaper oillces on tho  'phone, and said tlio advertisement  was "Silly," .ridiculous, "and' threatened to bring suit In the courts. .���������'������������������*  ���������*,  At tho'olllco of the consul. 55 Llbor-,  ty street, a man connected with" the''  'office, and'who acted for the consul.'  said:' .   i ,' .-    r' ���������  - "We did telopbono about.the ad,-iind  have tho matter under consideration,  but no action has been docideil\upon  as yet". A statement maybe Issued  in a few days."^       i  ."Will thero be any court action?"  he was asked ? -���������'"���������'  "There may be. Wo haven't.quite  decided, '. We can give you ho,further  Information just now."���������New.'.-York  Globe and Commercial Advertiser.  *  ������1  BftiiiiilillWilHMBili  Your Liver      I z  ftaVi-Why YouVo Tired���������Ort ������f  * SorU���������Have no Apjttite.  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Judging by tho great number of  anonymous letters addressed'to Her, J*  should, say so. ��������� ��������� ,:��������� ';  ���������; > .'��������� '"',  ", "When a mother detects 'from Uie  writhings, and .fretting ofX. child that  ���������worms are "troubling it,", she; can, procure no better remedy than Miller's  .Worm Powders, which are guaranteed  to totally expel worms from-the sys-  ^i������m^^Tlrey~a'aT^SlIsV^o"mffl  this need' cause no anxiety, because i.t  is',.but manifestation of their thorough  work.'    No .worms-, can   long   exist  where these Powders are used:  Minard's  Liniment  Cures Gargst-  Cowo-- -���������'���������*���������  m  KIDNEY TROUBLE  all Ur'6 Acid Diseases, Including'Kidney Trouble, Ijlnddcr Stones Gall  Stones. Gravel und Lumbago are rapidly relieved and permiinently cured**  by SANOL. A remedy that haa an  enviable reputation throuchout Canada. l Wo will Bend .letters from  Ecore'a of people, who have been cured..  ot ono or mors ot Uh.-bu complaint*,  by.'--       .     ; ��������� . .''..  *-   "    'SANOL'    ,.  Write for.full Information. -.,  Price $1.60 Per J3oula at all Leading.  Druggists. ".'���������������������������  THE  SANOL  M'FG.   CO.,  LTD.,  -    WINNIPEG, "MANITOBA  r~  Up-to-Date  .'    ,   ���������  'iFather���������Soo,.does this.young lady  you are going to marry know bow to  bake, mend and clean?  Son���������Certainly not. I'm proud of  Mildred, she only knows how to run  a seven' passenger hignix, put on a  spare tiro, fix a carburetor and read > a  taximeter.     " ,,,''..  7 25  Bluings  10  cents.*  ON  Wash Day  Makes the Clothes aa  White as Snow  >    Try' It I  Manufactured by  The Johnson* Klchuritiion Co  Limited, Montreal Can."'  ALL CAME FROM  ^__THEJAMEJAUSE  WHY   '.DODD'S      KIDNEY      PILLS  " CURED MME. DUFAULTS ILLS',  y     A Strange Start  In Ottawa thcy.-,are.toiling-a'little  Btory "about tho start of Sir George  ."Jtoss���������the newly-elected leader of .the  liberals in the Senate���������in political  life a generation ago, ��������� -���������  Few folks are-aware that Sir George  found R necessary to borrow his caim--  paign fuiula in his lirst political battle from liis opponent for Parliamentary honors, yot such is the fact.  Sir George���������of, course ho was then  jjlaiii George W.���������, was a personal  friend of tlio Conservative candidate  Xn tho riding, a'Strathroy banker nam-  rd Johnston. Tho former obtained  ii loan of several hundred , dollars  from tho obliging Tory candidate to  carry on. tlio Liberal campaign.  An the fortune'of war would havo  It, llorjs beat out Johnston with tho  aid of Johnston's own cash'.  It was with' a sinllo that Mr. "Ross  paid his debt to tho banker-candidate  after tho election.  She Had Diabetes, Sciatica, Backachs  "and Headache but - Found Speedy  Relief in the Great Canadian Kidney  Remedy.  ".St. Boniface. (Special).���������After suffering for three years from a complication of diseases, Madame Oct. "Dufault,  of 84 Victoria-street, this city, is once  moro in perfect health and Dodd's  Kidney Pills are credited with another  splendid euro. Speaking of her cure,  Madamo D.ufault says:  . 'Yes, I aih again a well woman, and  I thank Dodd's Kidney ���������ri.lla Tor it. I  .suffered for three years and I may say  I had pains all over'my body, f had  sciatica, neuralgia and diabetes., ..My  back, ached, and I had'pains In'my  head. I was nervous and tired all  tlio time; there woro dark circles  around my eyes which woro also puff-  cd and-swollen, and hcurt fluttering  added to my troubles.  "Hut when I started to use Dodd's  Kidney Pills I soon began to got better. I took ihli'tcen boxes ln all, and  I think thoy aro a grand medlclno."  Every ono of Madamo Dufaiill'a ailments Is a direct result of diseased  kidneys. That's why Dodd's Kidney  Pills so quickly cured them all.  How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, UJ,,  Escaped Tho Surgeon's Knife.  "How do I Imow that Win<U6r TaWo Salt  li pure ?  I'll tliow you.    '  ��������� "J.ook nt the salt,,itself-.sce.now clear nml  transparent and perfect the crystals arc���������  sparkling like liltlc diamonds.  '���������Now taste thou���������uoticc lh.it lliey.dissolve  Instantly., -    ��������� ii '  Ma'am���������It's the only salt we recommend  for table use and lor cooking",  ,- ���������.;. -  54  Hon.: Rupert Guinness Has Opened a  Schoolof Colonial Farming  Tho Hon. Rupert Guinness, M.P.v  who "hasJust resumed his Parliamentary duties in Ktigl'and as,representative for Southend, after launching out  as a Canadian farmer, is enthusiastic about Uio opportunities Uiat await  tho public school man, who after a  course of up-to-dato training, cmi-  giutos from tho old country' into agriculture overseas.  , For eighteen months Mr." Guinness,  pioneer among tho younger Parliamentarians who go about social reforms in a practical way, has conducted a training farm on the estate of his  father-in-law, tho l-'arl of Onslow-, near  \V"oklng. Sixty-men from tho public schools havo boon trained on his  j[ Woking Park farm, learning modern  Canadian methods, and when'ho and  Lady Guinness went to Canada to  spend tho autumn ���������Parliamentary'vacation, it was wlUi tlio object of Vls-  iUng somo of his former pupils, now  a' good way on tho road to fortune.  They 'surprised many ot Uio men at  work'on tho, land, and hoard with  pleasure'Uie stories of their success.  Aihong thom word nTdoctor, a clergyman and''a major, who arc now living  far happier and healthier lives, than  thoy did when followlng'thcir respective professions in the ohl country.  Mr. Guinness was so struck with  Uie potentialities! of scientific farming  in Canada that.ho bought throe or  four farms tor1 himself in the North  Shore .district of' Nova Scotia, and  has now gono'back to England to extend bis. Working training-farm, so  that lie can recruit his-workers from  tho pupils there.  '  ' My purchase,. said 'Mr. ,,Gulnncss  the oUier day, may only be a beginning. It is my-first venture as a  farmer, and I must learn my business.  If, I succeed, well, farming in Nova  Scotia is a pleasant occupation, t and  Uiere are one or two pretty litUe farms  wiiicb met,ray eye. "Nova ScotUi.  you see, la just next door to Liverpool, and I can run over in no time.  Nevertheless, if any. owners out there  want 'to sell their land, I hope they  won't wait for me. .  "It is a fallacy to suppose that"the  science of the land must remain forever in the, rut of the easy-going.  Hodge, Mr. Guinness continued. Science must banish lho old he"dger-and-  ditcher'type, ,who,, never grows poorer and never grows richer.  Agricufture^callSrtfor acUve brains'  and-scientific''Knowledge as well as  strong bands .",'���������; Have not some of our  most d'stingui&hed men been .practical agriculturalists? ��������� Young, men  of good social'standing don overalls'  and' get covered' with grease while  learning to become great engineers.  Is 'it more undign5ficd"'t6 milk a cow  jsiLha-rness_a_hors"? *' '. '   ��������� '  Mr. Guinness has already begun "tlie'  work-of extension, and in the near future it is- likely that treble the number of students will bo able to undergo Uie course of training there simultaneously, lie invites men of good  family and schooling to present themselves for.training, and as each batch  departs with a sound-knowledge of  Canadian agriculture, some will, go to  Mr. Guinness' new North Shore farms  and others will find their way, according to choice,'to the boundless  farm lands farther wpst.  COUPON .;.,  BELOW.  SAVES. YQU,  $2.00  IF YOU USE. THE  : COUPON  ���������"���������BELOW  SAVES YOU  ^$2.00  Price $3.50  SALT  Poofla, III.���������"! wish to lot every one  know whutLydlaE.PInklinm'aVoRe table  hm Compound has dono  forme, Fortwoyeitrs  iBUlTorcd. Tho doctor snid I lmd a tumor  and Uio only remedy  wns tlio Burgcon'o  Icnlfo. My mothor  bought mo Lydia K,  Pinkbnm'ii Vegeln*  bio Compound, nnd  today I om a woll nnd  healthy woman. For  months I Buffered  from Inflammation, mid your Sanative  Wash rolioved me. I am glad to tell  nnyono what your medicines havo dono  for ma. You cun uso my testimonial In  uny way you wish, and I will bo glad  to answer Iettors."~Mra. CimiflTiNA  ������r������~..,    -ify *t  ,,    i ni     n  ..-I     vi  ,ta,***4t>i  iwj u.k/ditU aJa-.p a,a.vaau| i.ft������  Mrn, Lynch AI.so Avoided  Oi'c-nitloi).  Jajmrap, Pn,-" After the birth of my  fourth child, I line) scvero orrjnnle Inflnm������  Mfttlon. I would havo niich terrible pains  ,I,|    "i   ,V 1   ,. .1    ���������    , '.,        .    ll     ,.   I,   T,.   .11  i.a.������*v  aw <*v4   a.-JV *^-'v.������a  thj   aaajjt,nia   4, V4*.',i  i land It Thb kept up for three long  months, until two doctors'decided thai  an operation was needed.  "Thon ono of my frionds recomnronded  Lydia K. PlnUhnm'n Vegetable Com-  found and nf tor Inking It for two monllu  wiua well wonm.,,"���������Mm. Joaiini A,  Lynch, Jet-uup, Pa.  WoMuti who suffer from fiiii'.alo [il*  ihouM try Lydia K, Pinlchum's Vegetablo Compound, ono of tho most success*  ful remedies the world has ever known,  before iubmitUn,; to a surgical opera*  tioo.  W. N. U. 030  Tho witness on lho aland was being  subjected ' to cross-examination. I111  answering tlio question lio nodded.  Whereupon Uio court Uonographcr  who could not see tho witness, do-  mandoil: Answer that I'niestlon.  Tho witness replied:  ' I did answer It; I nodded my head.  Woll, I hoard It rattle, but could  not toll whether It waa up and down  or from side to tilde, answered Uio  stenographer.  They Cleanse Whilo They Cur<!.~  Thn-veg-itttblo compound!? of which  Pnrmolon'H Vcgotnblo Pllhi aro com-  poaod, mainly dandelion and nuin-  drake, clour tho Hlomncli and Inlosl-  Ihoh ot deleterious matter and resloro  the dei'iiuged orfiium to healthful act-  Ion, Iloneo thojf nro tho best remedy for'InillBcjiUoii available! lo-iliiy.  A trial of thom will cotahllxh tho  tri|th of this npsertlon and do more to  convince the ailing than anything.that  can bo written of theso plllii.  Y6u ought to wear  '5  reliable merchants have them  in stock  Minard's  Liniment Cures .DlBtempjr.  ,. Helpful 'Idea  -. Do you think.wo ought to havo women on tho police force?  ��������� Yes; I boliovo It would bo a good  thing, Then a woman stranger In  town would know whoro to borrow a  pin.   ,  Scared  Do you boliovo that womon should  have anything to do with polities?  I certiiilnly do. *"  You do?  Hhu certiilnly should havo both voice  and vole.  Well, .maybo tho vote's nil rlRht,  but I hope you don't want hor to havo  any moro volco than sho bus now, do  you?  $80,000 For John 13.  Stories by tho hundred aro tqjd of  tho klndiiOiiH of tho lato J. II. Car-  Mnlo of Toronto, (lie former 111 mi run no  magnato who dlod recently, his  ^,,,.1,; n,\i\ ������tv1'iv,iii',oi '.\\m\ h'? lv,.TVi,'ir,  both In tho dayn of his Rood and ovtl  fortune. Whilo ho wan yot a power  In the land, it wan ho who carried ?S0,������  000 of campaign funds from Toronto  to Ottawa In a satchel, Wllh thin  ho wakened the grant Sir John In tho  t 1'n-l 1 (  lioni'i    'inl  i.r1'Ofi  t111*  on-o>it  tiaim  had como dowuulalru In his nlulitio,  J. H. opened up tho vatchol und show*  od tho fiimbi with which iho "parly  ,wna to wr.go war with the Grltn, who  'fiOUA'bt on that or-mslon lo unseat lho'  Uoveriimotit wiih tho heavy Hlogfl guns  of a trmperauce cmnpalsn, which wan  feme ni'lillery, even in th'-H'1 aucienl  tlme.'t.     .1. 11. used to dellaht to tell  how f.la'ly .MoCdolUltd Ctl<iUl lu tha l'.ti.ul  of iho Htalrs to reprove tlio Pninter  for vcnlurlni: downstjilra clad only In  Ins garment:! of tho li!������}ht,  ��������� ������������������   1 ,, ���������������  Henry i.i such a ladylike young man.  Jndcrd hit Is.      Why, ho actually  \\a...i.d t������ Ivl.W. Uu v-lutl Ui iu^i tao oa  j Yong������ street yesterday.        ,     ,  Proper, habits _ of  eallnp, -'  with  a  Ma-Dru-Co Dys������  per:ia Tablst* after each  meal, reMoro good dl^ea*  tlon, h?altli and happlnrsa,  A box of Mi-Dru-Co Dys-  p^pji* Tabids co^U but  503. at your Druccist'*.  tlalitiul Drutf and Cl.era-  leal Co, cf Cuiatlj, Lin.lfjd.  Mft  Just Gladness  Oh, gladness is a splendid,thing  ' For bards to write about  WJicn they aro very, sorely pressod  And subjects havo run out!  Tholr souls may not lie noakod In joy  To match the roiiIIo'strain,  And thoy may have a grouch so large  That lt would block a train.  Dut still they wrlto of cheerfulness    ,  .'As thoiifih it wore a part  Of th&I.r exist once and it flushed  In torrents from their heart,  Thoy put aside tholr iichinn tooth.  Tho bill they cannot pay,  Tho rent that's  always overdue,  And tben tlioy work away.  Great Robs of Khulnens In tlieir theme,  The first that .cmiicii lo hand,,  Tbey, toll lho peoplo tlioy should use  This ono and.only brand.  Hut do they use a bit tlK'mselvca���������  I mean outside their rime���������  With which to make a brljj-hlor world?  I fear tlioy liavon't llino,  O Rlndsom" gladno-.c, you're tiio goods  I''or use In dully life,  Far bettor Hum llie ,','rlm old Ri-ounh  Which k-iulu ,to caro aud utrifol  And if tho poid, Aeon not feel  .  Tho Impulse ol' hlfl rong  You'll llnd that the advice In Rood  I'liiough to tako along.  Tha Test Clayn  , Tho flcologleii! Hurvoy of tin* Dominion 'h{ivo Hfi'iirod ai'coiiiuioilalloii Iii  tho li'iboratoi'lert of lho mining build-  liig nt the ilnivor-aliy of Toronto, fin  tlio 'jiurpouo of nii'-rylng ou espi'd-  mental work on clays and shalni.  .losopli ICeoiie, geologist In .ohargo  of tho clay liiveatigailon of Canada,  will 'do'thin work. lie brlmm wlt.ii  him about two tons of Funijilon col-,  looted durliiff last summer in tho Province of (Juoboc, Now JlrunHwl('): and  Alborlti.  Mr. Keolo ban bt-on worldw,' exelu-  Kivolv on f.lav nud ttbalo d<-pnnll.H during tho liirtt I'oiiriiyi'jiri!, his piihlliiliod  iv.'l,Ui..'i \.i)ili,i,iu!>;  tli'..vu'i .'lij   tii-' \Hlli  Inforniiitlou avalliiblo on thcje uiatvr-  litis in this country.  Tho faculty of nppilnd Rflonc.-i hnvo  long been nwivro of, tho prowing lin-  pdrianci1' i|' the'i'lay'wurkina; IndUiiirv  to Canada, and lho tii-r.d lor wider men-  ulcal lmowkilpo of the raw material:!  and processes Involved In It.  0'nelala of tho cjrand Trunk Pacific  Hallway nt Wlnnlpr-^ have be*ti f.irfti-  'allyt notlllt'di by  Mr.   H.   II.   Pinch,  IVil,.-,'-.!..! I-  l,f  ll. ;   N.llinllnl T;  .w,-.   "',-  ,,.  ontal Hallway and ivpri-i-i-iilailvf of  tl'O Do mil".!" :i ''iv--::!.:r--t a* Trail :���������  cona, of hia orders fi'iun Oiian'a that  ho should Jiaifd oi������>r <l,o 1!k ; hops at  Tr.wii".i,"i.;, lo \ho ll.illway I'omji.m...  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" '-- '��������� '"''.,' ' i\.; .'���������  15���������You can use the machine In'.thp bqllor, thereby-forcing the steam  ���������through lho.clothes,'which blenches and whitens them.  ]6���������It otily nosts:i3.60.aiid-.wl]]' save at least $50.00 por year in,your  homo by r. .. wearing out'���������your clothes.  'i7_Tho Washing "Machine'o.ily weighs IV,. pouuds.  You-  18���������You can do all you'r^DR-Y CLEANING wlUi' this juachlne.  simply uro pasolt'no In placo of water. ���������'      .���������,    ''������������������     ���������   .���������  19���������Because tin I.X'.L. Vacuum Washer is sold under a money liaek  ���������    guarantee lo wash quicker and better than any washing machine  made, Irror.pecllvo of prlco and construction.      ^  20���������Because ifyoir liso tho coupon below, you can get'one of these ���������  wonderful yashcrs for $1.00.  HOW TO SAVE $2.50 ON, THIS VACUUM WASHER  GUARANTEED  '   To "wash :i tub of cloth6s perfectly in 3 minute*  Not only washes, but rinses and 'blues  No rubbinff or batting.   Absolutely no Friction,  Nf)  Severe   Exertion   Required  A ehllil cun do an ordinary windilng and havo It ready for tho lino  In ono hour; ��������� .  SENT UNDER A MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE  ALL CHARGES PREPAID  Send For One, You Run No Risk  DO IT MOW  ���������    YOU WILL- NEVLR REGRET IT,  YOU WILL BE DELIGHTED  DEPARTMENT 300 COUFON  c������..  win  -  -pp-ui'iit or, mull Ihln ''"iijinn ami H.no lo noinlnlrin 1'UUtlnn Mfjf.  laid., 'I^-'/j  Mialri Sici-i-l, Vv'liiul|ii.ir,  i'lluii,, and you    will    ruvclvn  i.x.r,. v.mm'hm wASwi'.u.  All ihai-Ri-M |in 1'nlil uii/vsImtii In Canada on conilltion that your munoy  In i,o lm rvfuiiiliiil If tli������ Wanhi.-i- iloea noi du all thai Im ulalincd,  v \\\\: . .,,   .'���������' ' '   ADiim-.w   I'ltOYINi'l'"    ttnuLnn/Un*- ������aa������������a.  'i'  ll������������M      MMIttl  f  Oh, Pardon Me'  ru'itoni'-r���������'rt'u yoara alio I woulij,  only ..���������.mi to'iiuy 'a dlhib for those  priin*1':!.  (ii-.if.-r-.Ni'it   iln.'Ho  prunes;  aro willy us'Vti. >'eara old.  UlCBO  n.ni'i h.ivi- li(t-;i flb'd Mid a r'^rmlt  I'limivd on \]\o l.tfji day of U'lJ for iho  (������������������ci f ;-i of a f I." ,,,!fl,) i*"1''! 'n "l'-  ,-:tv of' Hi'^liia '���������'>' the fSnind 'I'runlt  riflllf lla'lwitv and wiih lhi������ tlrhl ar-  ,i,;,l ,,' .-aiirl,.;, ���������.-������!: ���������'���������������'������������������ ,)" *",nv  mnu-oil on uh'il !���������* ���������<������ ������'<��������� om> of Ui*''| iV'l,i������n '���������.'������������������! i  nnt-jii lio-t������.lilw ia Wt-Jt-n. C-ivJad.������.,i.0ii uuw.  Tho ������lady of the, hoiwo had a worried took on her faco aa sdio 'camo  UoWiV to hiTjikfai't, ' *  ��������� nr!d#ct, hIio paid to tlio maid, Mr.  Hodklti hasn't been homo all nUiiit.  I am BiJinfv.hiii nlarincd 1 do Ihi.ioj  that j 1������jti11 rit-r l."i wrotiif,  Why, Ij!o:-s'j-niii- hnart tlu������ mUter'n  all liRht, rmisiiiirtd tin' maid, llo'a  dotvn nn tho front door mat, tiuht  now, tnutii, Ilo .���������������������������,-i}'ri h."'������ l.t-nn Mirm  a Jon-' tinif, hut lio r.in't  roniember  nr-'.i'r-  in:; u.ii '���������r > ��������� "dn.; in.  ���������i.i.- ufi ������,'���������' ������?!���������������! I'M lot t^iaajMav* l(MW\.^fc������la*iW������  WJMfU4.WWIlKsWW.-wnt, if^a^^-iBtUtigaSaiSl JhWwII  iJUaCWW,M^i������iW*aBfrl������<^^  ������'!    a  I  1  lit  rm nm*, (mm&m.Am, mmm -a*wpA.  ac  -I. '. W,������������������������"?'--���������.! JI'.'J.-'.'.'^J.iT.'WJaTllJ'aUa;  . Tlia Onmlierlanil Hews"  issued  Kvery; .Tuesday by*' the  Comox   8t   Cumbepland  Publishing   Company.  , Tii is paper  will not held   itself  rodpousiblo for tlie opinions of otlj-  .������r������, as may appear in its columns  , from timo to timo.  . WEDNESDAY, APRIL f, 1013  6'aywaid I.ind [District. ���������  I)\<iiii't of Com ik.  TAKI! NO !"ICE that M.iry Timlin of  l.und, H. ('. octi-^it'iDn married   woman  ���������mend* l;l ;>n>'>' for permission to pur-  r.hnie  tho fnllu \'iii!> described  lands:���������  Comiiicnc'ii;.; at.a post planted al   the  imith-wt-M ropier  of T.  L.   No.   1)433$,  thence norih   80 chain*;, ihence west 40  'clu'ms, thence   suuili 50 chains more or  ' less to shoie liifn, ihence .ilong the shore  line 41 eh :ins 01010  or less to pi a c. ol  b?jjiniain^ oniaininj;   200 acres'morc or  Irs*.  r,l!f������RGE VERDIER  Agent for Mary Thulin  Dale .-Vi'-u-ii 13th, 1913.  NOTICK ishireby given that apph-  cation *ill,bc made to the Su;i< rintend-  ent of Provincial Police for a renewal of  the hotel license! o sell liquors by retail  in and upon ihe premises known' a������ the  New Hotel Ilerioi, situated on Lot ������,������,  Subdivision of Lett "Northeast quarter  of Lot 216 Heriot Bay, Skyward Ptii  tr ct, li. C.  JOSEPH DICK, Applied.  Dated Deer a8th,  19u. .  NOTICE ia horeby civet, tbtt ajpli-  catieu will l������ made to tha Svtperintond-  ������ntof Provincial Police, Victoria forn  liccuso to soil liquor by vsh dowdf/upon  tho piou>i>es oitiHtkii on Lit 6,. Hlook 15,  Cuti.beilmid Towiuuto, Cumbailand, "B, C  OlALIMUSSATTO,   Applioawt.  Dated this IS h day ot Dec. 1U12.  Sayward Land District.  District of Comox.  TAKK NOTICE ihat Charles Thulin,  ������il Lund, B C , occupation merchant, in-  jonds jo ap;>ly ior pcrmissi pnio p������r������  /;l)Hse tbe ihe following r escnbec] land;-���������  CpmrnencinK at a post planted in Urovvns  U.Jy'iat i)/c north-east  corner of T. L  iv you want-  LUMBER  SEE  US  Coniox Sawmill Co., Limited,  Comox,   H* C.  SALE OF WO UK.  . IaABOUR COMMISSION  ��������� ���������������-^���������  SITTINGS of tbe Provincial Laborr  146,   thence   west 80   chains, thence   Oommiwiott will be held M follow :-  ,p.-th2.,c"Mirv.   ihence east   80 chains,     Nana!no-Monday, February   llth, ������b  to the sh-ire line, thence south 20 chains   ������ P-m.. Oourt-houBe.  Cumberl^nd������->Vt4neaday, leb uary Jt>h,  at 8 p,in. !  more or less along shore line to place of  beginning containing )do acres more. or  (ess  ' pEORGEVERDIER  Agent for Charles Thulil")  |)ate August 14/h, 1912 -'  Saw m} kind District.  I) strict of Comox. ,  TAKE 'NOTICE that George- Verdi*  er, f>f Lunci, H.C., occopilion  inicnds to ;iPi)ly for permission to pur*  fliijelbc fi>!!>.������'ing described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted- at tbe  -i������,-it!rwc*t-cqrn'ef pl-Lot-57,tbence-north  5,0 ch, iin������ to the" shore line, thence follow  fog the shore line around the point to the  pl^eQl b/sfcipning.  GHOUCS VKRDI^R  Applicant  pate Airgnsf tjth, T$13.  Sayward Land District.  District of Comox.  1AKE NOTICE that Fred Thulin,  of Land, U C, occupation merchant, m-  l������ii,ii������ lo :t)}};>ly for permission to pur-  (J>������so-the fallowing described land;���������  C,)u-.nen-ciii/������ ;������t <i post 'planted nt ,)be  wulve.ist earner of Timber "L/iasc Wp.  jiifS;. thence west 80 chains, thence  south 8> chiins, thence east 80 chains to  the share line, inence following shore  tins north 8-.)chuns, more or less to the  place of lie^iniini; containing 640 acre*  ���������lore or less.  GEORGE VEkDIER  Agent for Fred Timlin  Dale Auyu'U 14 b, 1912  ' "LIQUOR UCENSKiACT.'''  (Section 48)  NOTKiE ii hereby given, that on the  3'ith iky of 0:to')er next,  application  will bt m;cl������ t������ the  Superintendent of  l'mvinml foliceftr, the transfer of the  license for ihcsnlc  of liquor by  retail  , in and upon the premises knownas the  Willows Hotel, siuiaio nt Campbell Riv-  tr, Unti-ah Columbia, from Charles Timlin an 1 lvnurson   MaunAn  to' Charles  Thulin, of Ctmpbell River, DritishlCol*  limbia.  |)atcd ibis 14th day of Sept., 1913  THUMN& IIANNAN  llolders'nf License  ClIAULKsinUMN  Applicant for Transfer  .m*������itm0mimir*���������  Bnywurd Land District  District of Sayward  ' TAKK notice that William  June* Gibson, of Vaiiconvor, oc-  cupitio't, paiittor, iutotuls to ap-  jily for pwiMriifiiiaii lo i' purchase  th* following describo'-l lands j���������  Coinniuncina ������t it post planted go  chains, eaut oF the north east cor.  ner of Titnher License 333a, then,  ce east *o chuitis, thence south  20 chains, thence wc������t ao ehains,  thettee north ao clmins to point  ������f v:o:..;;,.c;,."ci:iL,Ht> fontnininjr  40 a������rf������ n\or������ or h'S*, and is bc-  ������'\ir*en White, mni Sainton viveru1.  William Jam^ c^ibsov  S. Mtuuice Carter, Agent.  1i)\c August aist,, vji2.  Jf'OU SALE--A ^"k *W )'<>������"%  ��������� ports flio.il'l wail, prioo $1,00  Address letter-1, dniwrr.-M, NTiu������-  A'lfl*t 1������. ^:,  AlberniVMonday, Tebrmrj  JM'h, ������t  8p.m.  Irtdyemitb���������Tnesiliiy, February   S6 b,  ������t3 3Pp.������,  Sieve ton���������Mondiy, "Marqh 8r4, at 2.80  p. m.  Chilliwiick���������Toesdngr, March 4th,  at  2.3ap.m.   , '[        .    -  New We8tmln������t������r~TQnrsd������y, March 6,  ������t 11 ������. ia, City Kail    ������������������  *    .'  VRncouTer-������Frid������7, Man-Ob 7tb, ������t 10  a..m��������� Court-hops������.  The Oon.i������i������Bioi. ii empow������rool to in-  qmre"iFtT5inn^1wI"iffawHiiy*ii������^o^^  tioos of labour in British Columbia.     AH  pereons iutereoted are invited to ������itar.d  and give evidence.  H. Q. PARSONS  Chairman  f, K. Me1<AKaVK*,  Sicajtwy jfaW  IN THE SUPRBMB OOUBT OF BRIT  ISH COLUMBIA, KANAIV<)  KBG1BTRV  la tbe koc^������ of Vfalloco A. Striokl nd,  a]ao known m Witllltara W. A. Striofc'n-.d  dec(> Red, Intestate.  TAKK NOTICE, th������t byortl^or Ilia  Honor, .ludjje Daihfc)r, madi iq the ab-re  (Juurt on tho 13th day of Woveotber 1012  thenndowijined wai nppouite^ Admini-,  trotur ot tho ettat* of the iboT<-nam������d  drotftBod, who died ���������>**��������� "purtlund in thi  Stato of OrdgOQ, one nt tbe Uaitod States  of America, on or abnt ike 2!Hb duy of  May, 1012, iptextato.  All <iQoouni������ nnd c]n mi ngninfit tbo  ���������iiid eutttu and a")t acoonivtti dne the Kaid  oetiito tnnit be preRontpii and paid rcBpect  ivoly on or beforo tbo lst day oi Maroli,  1013.  W.W.  WJLLARD  Official Adminiitrntor,  Cumberland, B. C,  IVT1IK COUNTY  COUHT OK  NANAIMO HOLDEN AT OUMBKttLAKD.  In IVobiito:���������  In Ilio mnttor of tho ln������t Will nnd Tea-  tftment nf OlmrloA Devonport Suyiior,  drcontirl,  TAKK NOTICE mot by order of Hi������  Uono*, Judge Itnrker, mado in the ubo������������  Court on Ilio 4th <Hy of D������oom>or, 1013,  the nndornigned was granttd lotkr������ of id-  minimrntinu urh Will nunesod of tho c������  tateofth* ab������Te'D������mnl Charles D 3.y-  no', docontrd, wbo died nt Rooli Bfty, B,  C, on or about Mny 7th, 1012,  All nccoqntfi nRnla������t tha mid. R.kte  and nil ipoountu dot (he "Id B������t������te mint  l>������ prvuenttd and paid rirKpeotlroiy tv. ir  before thaf irtfc d*7 ���������' Utreh, 1010.  W. W. vTTLLAR*P  CfQelM A.<'M������d������'TMir  Cnrobprland, T������. O. JnnSOmirl  Mm,     ������w������,.���������������,mw������*r*~*  TO DAIRYMEN.  Tot Sale at n "nrn'ficp���������Two  ���������'Magnet" Cwim Scparators(t.",e  best separator on the market  sizes 1 .\ 3. bapacity 350 to 400  and 650 to 700 lbs per hour.  There being absolutely no call  for separatum in and round Victoria, lho agent is giving up the  sale of litem and ofit������ra these at  half the w)io)cfflle cost, p\z: $$0  and I60 each, or 3too for the  in -������������������ ��������� .,������������>���������������������������       -   ��������� 1       .--  -..-... ������-.        -  Try n>.- His St"rc������ '',ynu w*T������l duan I lwo������     These are the latest pat*,  Ui-i*  Ciroc';������'ie'i! nnv Roods ami'in.j  byj(-erT|S. never  been   ont   of   the  9Vr���������t Unit,  delTVcr/   .M������d   sjtiifaUion j  ftnivfutcei  note,    Apply R. Gruhb, 2056;  Central IJuilding, Victoria, B, C  4" t  'VI  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes ofcink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make tiie millions think,  There is no better way of m a -  king the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  m  Crown Brand  Brewers'Dried Grains  Better, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling 4 Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributor*   ���������     N!\NAIMO, B. C,  Lpte. or: Acreage; for' ^ %  which will trade'���������tp^'T'.?���������:  Stock ih a Vancouver ";:,;;  Financial Co..';;thaf;is:\������������������'���������'  earning   Twelve   per " -  ���������cent.    Property =must  \  be, unencumbered.  Address,- X. 4 9 6>  Cumberland News,  Cumberland, B. O.  '* \  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEMBBY  OIVKJjf that ,  i������������tiri!{������ of tbo Provincial Agriouhurnl  CommiBsion will be hoW at lho follow ing  places:��������� '.'...  Naniimo���������April 11 h. 10 a.m. aud 2;S0.  p.m. Ciiy Hall. ,  Purkavr i'o���������April 12 h, 10 a. m. A^ri-  cullurnl Hal'. ���������. * ;\ ',  Alb-..rni���������Apiil 15tl), 10 a. W.; aad 2.30  p.m:; April 16 h, 10 a.m., Couit Hi-usrt.  Coiuteiiny���������April I7ib and 18-.1>, 10 a.,  in. nnd 2.30 p',m. of both Uuys Aiiicultu-  nl Hull.    .,...'  ' I)mic&u���������April 21st aud 22 d, 10 a. m.f  ������iid 2.80 p.m. of both ('ay, Ojurt Honso.  The> Co-nmi*B!Oa,������'ill benr evjdei.ee* on/  11 ra'.tiig affecting* auricultural oundi.  lions m'hul'rovinoe. ,, All per.Ous inter  ejtcd are iavited to b<������ p'eflpnr,'  Will. UAYVVAUD, M.L.A.  .' o    Oi'ttirmaa"  O. B. ("HKISTBNSBN.  ' Seoreta':y.v    -  TIMBER SALE No. X3i;  SEALED TENDERS will be received by ihe Minister of Ltindu;  rioi lftter lhaV roon.oii the 24th  day of April, 1913. for. thepurcliaro;  of. Licence    No     X31,    to    riit  ���������2,105,000 feet if t. tuber-on    tbo-  Nor lb-Wept Quarter of >'fctior. 21,  Deivman It������limd, Niiiiiiin-joDisliut.  Twojyuarn will beulluwed fortbd  romovnl i.if tnifl^timbe^.  Particulars   of  Chief   Forector,  Victoria, B.C. [    m2G.oa23  Something That You  Have Never Seen  Nor Even  Heard of  A PARISIAN NOVELTY���������  In Europe it is used this yenr  ns n littlo EitfltW.Preeont or rntli-  or ii, marlc of couvtosy to, .frit'iicla.  and relatives, Its valuo as n tolc-  lieu moro in tho novel idea-than'in  the price of tho articlo. It is ������������~  rangod tip that it can ho sent just  liko a post card, for a. emit'or  two, to any place fn Catiudit or  tho Unitod Stntofl. Tho colouring i<lcu about it i������ tho omboddud  LUM1NESSOWOSS, which will  shino all night long or in anydark. ���������  room in a GLORIOUS'MYSTTO "  BUIKLIGUT, nftoryouhad it  t^xpoflcd to daylight for n few  minutes, Tlm price,ia so low  that nnyoMO is enublod to ho con-  vinewl of it������ real rintnro, It i������ in  deed ho. urtiolo which is held in '  high .oBUiL'iu hy any Christian  family or pornon. Tho shining  Cross is miulo of n stono which is  found only noar JeriiHftlum,. and  of which tho Bible speaks ns tl.o  TyUMINUS STONE in picturing  Solomon'* Tomplo, Pi'icot nro:������������������  15 cents each; 3 for 25 emits; 5  for 50 ceiiini Vi for $1.00. .  A. NETKO W  832 Yougo vSc,       Twiitos Ont,  Solo Agunt for Cntiada mi.',  U. i\  I  ,' ���������������'���������'���������/- ���������������,*, > a ,������    V  *J  jr:: ������.  ft'.  I  6  -   [  i  .<��������� ;,   ,..   NOTICE., -���������.������������������  .     Vancouver Land District..  *:< DUtriot of'Vancouver.-  TAKB NOTICE that I, George  , Verdier- of -Campbell River,  occur  patit>n,"Cruiaer,  intends- to npt.Iy.  , for permteeion to'purchase the Ll  ,   l>wii.8[ described. liiridn:~Goininen  ... o:ng at ap st plnhted at the, N.E.  corner   of  Timber  Limit 43146,  thi'nceweetSOchainB, thenceNorth  2tf chaine/thence ekflt-80 chain's  to the ihore line, tlieneo���������-south 2Q  chains more or less along the shore  line to the place of beginning.    .  GEORGE VERDIER.  Name of Applicant  Date, February 28ih, 1913  THE   KEWjS,  CUMDEfUlAKD,   SarriSE COLUMBIA,  y-Notice is hereby given th At. at the  next meeting of the. Board of License  Commissioners I intend to apply for ������  rettftwalof ihe hole! license held by me  for ihe New Englajnd Hotel, situated on  block 3, lot .3, Cumberland Townsite.,' ,  , V;: ,.",". JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Nov,71^1913..     ' '  NOTICE  Say ward Land District.    -  District of  Sayward.  TAKE   NOTICE   that    Justin  * Dorr of upper VaIde*4i������landi,'occu'  pt>tion (turner, intoixt*. to "apply for  pohniHFion'to purcbase Uie folio.v*  ing described lands :  Commencing  at a po.t planted'" 10 chains eastot  llyariiith   Luke   and,   10  chains  touth of N. W. corner of J. D. pre  emplion. thence 10 chains west to  lake,1 thence in ������ eouth-easterly dtr  eclion, 10 chains along the  shore  of the lake to the irileratction of J'.  D li���������, thence north 10 chains-' to  (point of cotnmenreu)������nt, contain*  ing in all five,acres more or ieeg'.   .  '������������������-.'    JUSTIN DORR,    .;  Name of Applicant in full  Date. March Sib, 1913 ;   '.���������''���������'.  inthefiEWS  ISiOTlCls) U hereby given thai  on -the first day of December  next application will be mado to  the Superintendent qf Provincial  Police,,Victoria,^R.C^for a renewal, of the hotel license to sell  liquors by retail* iu the. hotel  known as the , Malaapiua Hotel,  situated, at Lund,;B, C. /.  ,.., "-.'.  -..FttED THULIN  Dated October ,16th. 1912  ������Mk's Cotton Root Coicpoirod  T&. groat Utw-irio Toole, aud  .only wrfo eifcctual Monthly  "Mavulatwoa, .which womon oac  depend. Sold in throo d  of Btrongth-No. j.  it  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  ufter date application   will be made tu  tlie Superintendent of Provincial Police.  Victoria,'IJ. C, fofa renewal ������f the ho^  tel license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known as the Port Augusta Hotel,  situated ������ Comox. B.C.    ': ,f,  Amos Core-mcTON,  Dated Oct, 2nd, 1912 *  LAND REGtSTRY ACT.  In thb maytkr   of an application for "a freth Certificate of Title  . to Lot ,54,: [M������p 311] Townsiveo'f  Courtenay.  ��������� JSOTICE- i*,hrr������>by >iyen of iny  intention at the expiration of one  calerida^motsth.fionathefirst pub-  -lieatioti hereof to issue* freshOer-  iifloate of,Title iri lieu.of the Certi-  "~floaterofT-Titl������r^isiu������l~(c^Jo^'K<  McPheeori tlie'SOih'of March 1905,  Md nomlMrodv. I0990C .which haa  bwnlost. y ts'-' y,"/   '-' .y-y-: ,J-'"-  Da'.ed ..at Land Registry>'&ffic������^  ..Victoria",-' B'-^C.,;-,this;'21n"t< 'day/of  Drtc������ralNeVl9i'2.''V";':;::.,   '-^   '^-;  ,   J' Y. wootton; ;  ������     ,     Registrar General of Title.*.  An Ad in the  pays.    Try it.  News   ���������_. .,_ ���������, _., .Jo. 2.  SOdeerowstrongerJJ8; Ho.lt,  tor .epooial mats, tt per bo*.  Bold 1������7 all dragtrfirta, op bo^  w       ^      Sropald ou nocipt o( prloo,  $300   REWARD  The above reward will be paid  {for the recovery,, of the body.ofO.  H. Sjrand, who was drowned off  Dounian   Island   on   Thuruday,  Dec. 12th.    -  " ���������- , .     'i,  The   Anderson hogging Co;.  Union Bay?]). C.  ������������&$������<sm<i&^^ 6������������������������$������������.$)������������^^  SHARES Ifl THE  [' E. C. Emde, is agent -for the  V'Ford" aud '���������Chaltner1' automobiles.    Cars for, hire.    Phone 18  Loan &  Union SteamsHip Co. of B.C.Ltd  <      .THE 6. ,S. COWIGUANWIU SAIL AS UNDER '  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAKD-UNIOxN BAY-COMOX ROUTE  ��������� '���������-        , Leavo ^a������������*wver,vMonday,.at 8 p. m.    *   - . '.'  ,,,���������'..      Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p. tii.. *  Arrive Union Ba^-Tuesday 6������;tt..v  Le^Tnesday noon,.. '  1    Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 aV ni,    XeVve Turisday, 11 a. tn. '  '.  ;Leare Nanaimo,6 p.. m..Tnesday. yArrive Vancouver Vsi) p.my  Leave Vancouyor, Saturday & p.m. Arrive, Nanaimo,    1 i.3op. m  Arrive Union Bay,"Sunday 6 a.ui, Depart 5 p.m.    ' 3   V  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a;in. Depart 4 p.m.  ,.      Subject to change,wttkout notice.: , k^  DRINK  riercantile Co. Ll  v '   c-ofter-, you- a safe  and   sound    investment   with a, ������  good return 9n your money as well as an enhanced value  from now on.  :   , A Company with   NoPiioMoxioNf "Sharks.    .  ACompany vvithit;., own fiscal agency; ���������  A Company"' that will look solely to  the- wellfare '  of   ilifrhareholders.    Shares are now selling at $i  ..   for all   cash,   or , on   the   easy   instalment .plan;    .  Call op send fot* a Ppospeetas to-da  :.+_^'_J  j i, \jrtr  id.  The purest and best BEER, and  . made in Cumberland.  The   Mercantile  General   Agency,   -���������Sellihg-_Agenta--f-orJ3aria^  ���������    , .    ��������� ��������� Head  offices:  <������������������������������������ " - .  207,-308,' 209Uniou Bank Building.;. Corner View and Gov't.,  Streets,' Victoria. Hi" C.  -    : Phone'3243 " Geo. Abbott,  Mahpging  Diiectoi-;  "We Build Homes and Make Loans.  u  The Courtenay Hotel  Every eonvonien^ for guesta.  The Oential, Hotel for Sportam������n  Mom but the Best of Wine< and Liquors  at die liar,  JUTES  REASONABLE  ���������John Johnston,   Prop  Diiiiin  ���������  ���������  JT.   WT.   UoLEOD    . "PxiovzuaToi-,  KnglUlj 4 x BURTON Hw������yi on Up slot, the faiuoiu MILWAUKEE  BEBW���������Anhmiier, Babumikn, Behltc, too, "OLD GREY BBARD"  800TCH WHKKY.       - Boat Wiae������ and Liquor, of all kinda.  Tbe HotxA\ng tad Ledging J>jtu-Untnt. under tho immediate lupenntfindonoo of Mt������  Davis, will bo toe. d Pir������t eluu in ovary rwpoct.j  ATB8  91.00 par day upwarda.  To wbom it may concern 1���������  TltU. in to jiotlfy the public  that all freight charges ou bonded goods cleared at Uujou Bay  for the Comox Valley must be  paid before goods can be forward  ed. By order  Canadian CoJltVrlcs Dunmnuir]  Co.  ���������WWIW^I NMatvtM  Wood's Pa-iOfjU&dlna,  T%4 (frtot Itholisk Jhmsdv,  Tuimki and Invlfronue*U>9 h liol������  ..tiorroue nyHi������ni, mtkon n������w  'lUoiA la eul Vuliu. ttwi A-*r*  ���������ui DMHty, if mini wvl Hrqi������tVprty,Vti  mnmjmiHi, Ntuvitf Idvittrtit, timwutst. Spur  puiUrrhmit,<u\i, Jifretiof Ahuttor K*e**ttt.  >M{*41 perbe t ������1������f.wli Ope will pl������f*������,������ji  wliTflvro. BuUl br all dnimtUUi .or uiaJlul U  uliln iiktf. eu TKiutm ot Brlxo...aVl<u������ jiamc UU  Jfmniriir WW491} twrtMOt 0������W <  "W07ICB.  Riding on looomotivoj and rail  way care oi tho Union Oolliery  Company by any pornon or, per*  sonB���������exoopt tain orew���������iii strictly  prohi.Hted. Braployeefl r.ro mb-  ioc todumiaflal for allowing nam-  By ordor  W. L. COULSON,  General Manager.  UQUOIl LICENSE  BY-LAW  JOU.  NOTICE IS HEREBr GIV  EN (hat at tho next regular moot  ing of tho Board of Lic������noo Com.  niisflionftrn of lho Municipality of  Cumborland, nppliaation will bo  tnado to tho said Hoard of Com  rnifimonorfl for the transfer of tho  liconflo for tho snlo of liquor by  retail in and upon tho promises  known as tho Vandorao Hotel, tit*  uatoon Oiinsmuir Avenno, in tbo  Oity of Cumberland, from Robert  S. Jlobertmn to Robort MeNeil,  of tho enid City of Cumborland,  D.iti'd at  Cumbe.-IanJ,   IJ.  C.  this 16th day of December 1012.  R. S; ROBERTSON  Jloldor of Liccuso  ROHEU'f MoNEIL  TraiiBforoo,  ������lWa������^fc.aa������w <aj m^twp^W^aaaaH���������^���������e���������a^aj II ^������ I   I    II II fr ||| mm lt| ^ MWW������������^a  NOTICE 1������ hereby prittn that ������pp!i-  o������iinn ������U1 bo mrule ti Uu������ (tur������r  loleodent of I'roTtneiitl Tiilio* Violoria,  dor aKoenM to a������ll llqovr by wlo'.jule  iifos tho \r*m'uD* nlicftUd en 1M12.  ninok (i, CiimUrlaud Towmlt*, f}iimlnr-  land. 0. 0,  Johm ifinuclbn, A.iplio.iit  PaHd thij 18 b Aty M HfOHalit, 1P1S.  0. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN J'UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  NOTICK,  NOTICE is hereby given Ihat  she general etorc huoiness or Dim  can' Bros, has thirt dny been sold  to James] H. Parkin. All accounts due the late linn must be  paid to E. Duncan, who will set-  He nil liabilities  vSnndwick,*Oct. ist tfjia.  NOTIOB  Any porflon or pereons, cutting,  roraoviugpr taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any tfosariptiodn  Jolonging to thu Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from orjiff the Innd  of tho said Compiiny, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  Anywhere upon Uie company**  land wilt Ik* pro������������cutcuJ to thf full  extent of tho law.  W, Jt. COUI.flON,  Qutioral Malinger,  C-J Hi wry Co,y,  ORDBR9 TAKKN FOR NUT  CO At,  flay ward Laud Ulttrlot.  DUtriot of Sayward,  TAKE NOTICE UiatlOeorgo 8tu������ke, of  Now York, N. Y., oeoupalion  DDtlnecr,  iutondato apply (cr |;������rmiaidon to par*  chuu   tbi following  deaorlbad lamia;���������  OoromaDelog at a poit pltut4d SO Qhaina  aoulU of tho iiuftb-oast corner of lot 084.  thenoa enot SO chaloi. thenoo noxUi iO  ohainav ttenoo went SO chuiai.  Uienoa  aouHiiO oh aim to point oi a#n.mano������-  tntjut oonUinlng 60 mrex mora or lei*.  UEOKQE HTUOKB  Vhhur M.'Owiklni, Ag������ut.  Dato Juno \0th, 1������12,  fl������yward Land UUtM<  Diotriot of S<ywvd.  T.VKENOIIuK that Oaor(������ Cuarleu  Stoaoaof Naw fuik, N. Y,, ooonpktion  ���������lark. Intend* to apply for peruiiaaloa to  pur^haaotho followiutf doiorlbud landu���������  CommaDciog at a poat plantvd 40 ahilnv  wo*t and 20 ohaina north cf tha north uiul  th.-nooecuili   20 djfilmi   iV\������rnl!i vrut  40  idiniuD, thence noith 10 ob.lan to v������-n������ol  otimmaaoaimont onD^aJnlug UO aerca mora  >r Iom.  ,'i QKOIUJU CHAUWB8 UTONJB  l)ttt������ Juno lOib, 101 a.  ..,  ,        SnywardtLand Distriut.  DUtriot of Say������ an).  TAKtt*NOTICEJ that   H.nry   Alfred  He B, of Now York, Now York, occupwti-  od tlaotiiciah, ii.to> c"s to aaply f������r permit  aion to lurmiauon to puretinue tbe folio*.  ing dewriijod laud :���������('otntueucian nt u  post plnntwl a������ the.^eouth ouat oo'i-aor of  the north weo*; qnurtor of li.t 663; iheuco  4C ohalna oaet, Uionoe 40 chains ourth,  theuw 40 ohniiiB wo.t, thouus 40  chaiua  touth top<iutvf com-iioticomout onut&iu-  tng !0Oacr������> uioro or l*-sa.  Hkxky Alfkud IJtiitj  Fifiher M, O^akini, Ajjont,  DaUd7une&4tl>, 1012.  MOVING ?  Pianos and  fuunituru  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON.* IIa'YWOQD  PHONE C7  Windermere Ave.  Bay ward Uud District,  Dlalrci;otSft>waid.  ���������BAKU NOTICE that William Johjj  flullivaa. Now York, N. Y,, oooupation  ���������lork, tot-anda toapply for parmicaion to  purobaao tho following tlio following d������i-  oribul landBi���������Commoiioli'g at a poot  plantod 10 ohnins loutb from tbo louth-  ������ut ooroor tf lot 570 (on iwit 574) thenco  uortb 80 ohiilun, tk>no������ tint 80 outiin*,  tbanoa loiib W abalni, tbtnto we������t 80  ohalna, to point of comrmnooiiuut oon<  talnlng 840 iorw mora ov Iviii,  WILL1AU JOHN SULLIVAN  Fitbor U, Uoakiui, A^ent.  DaUJuneKltt, 1013,  Soyward Lind Diitriot.  Dlatrlov gf B^yward.  TAKE NOTICE that Wllliuu AugnuuL  Bliokofl, of No* York, N. Y.,ocoupu<  lion elark, latandi to apyly for panulHHivu  to purohiiio tbo following U������������urH>o-1  Uadi���������Coiouionciag nt a pott plautod  SO uhninB o.'Bt aud 40 o1ib(i:i north of lot  north'woit ourncr of lot CGI, thenco went  (0 oha'ni moro or lom, lo lot 651, thtoce  40 ahiatnfl touth Kloitr tnnt, hoxndnry rf  lot 661, thonoa ttti SO uh������iu������ wore or Uig  to Uu* 40, tboaoti uortli 40 abhiim tu  point of oyinuieuwm������n"i oontilniurf ,,'M  aoraamoroor Imv.  WIUJAW AUOAUBT BUCHOPK  Yv'htr M '.rn.Vl'j?, Aiii'!.*.  D������U Jan* 20tb, 1912.  isiiyw&nJ Lund Distiicit.  , Uiitrict cf S*ywarJ,  TAKE NOTICE thut JoLn Ar.hur Daly,  of New Yoik, Now York, 'OJiiputii-u dork  iate*d������ to apply fir pcrmLiiun to yur  chnto iho folLwing discrilou Jurnls:���������  Comiuoucii,ig at tt po-t jilaut-d ,������t 'ik*  south-cunt cornor of Lod'to 40,'' Ihenofl  couth 80 chuins, thfnco ivtrt 80 chninB,  lhon.cn lioi ih 80 cimin*, ihi-noe Mint 80  oIiiiJbb to (joiit of oouimflDOcmcnt oonUin  ing 040 aorei mora or ]������b.  JOHN AUTUUK DALY  Fisher 11, Gitliini, Agent.  Dato June 2-1 th," 1912.  Snyward hind District.  UUtriot ol S.ywHrd.  .rTAKE NOTICE ihat Wultor Bcd*ll  T5n?t, flf Nuw York. Now Yoik  oc!0U|)iitiim luburcr, i.itendn to npply  'or uoriniauiim to pururuun thu   following  ii soillnd Id'idi!���������C'oniinoiK'l1 g it a'^ukt  l'!ntitod 120 chtlm wo������t nud 10 Qhuin*  north uf thu Hout'icnnt com<vr of Lc������*o  40, thiuuo hOiub 80 oh luu, tUi.co emt 40  olmins, theiinu uoitli b(; ubniui, Aiviio*  wiut 40 obiiius to point of commmuatuiout  ootitiining '-i'20 aorei. nmro or Iojv,  WAI.TKU UKl>������I.L BEST  Fithar M  Gavk!u% Aiiont.  0*1*1011114 24111, Ittl'J.  MADR IN GAWADA  4������^fr������joc������r.'>? ������ar*i  ������������yward Land Dlilriol  Diitriot of g������vwurd.  TAKE NOTlCLi tint CLartax J\uny of  Vanoonvcr, H, C.j oo.iii|iii'i >u ooi)Uno'������%  iuf������prl* to apply fr winnhloo t-������ par  o()������a������ *bc*foi)o*ln({ v dvtoiibtil  laudsi--  Commaiiointf at  a po������t plnot������d nt  th  fttxitli oaatcwintr of lol Hi. Uu o  w'tn  'Klobain.a, tbuq<i������fn)uil, hOih.int,  buio������  nut40ohtiUB, tunc ncrli 8) o.niiitB t������  (jylnt if coui'vtncvumm cuntitnliif 3������o  i(jrwm<>rt> ������r Jmm.  C HA HUH I'tXHY  l?iitjli������r M. ������"������<������Jti//#, At������nt.  fht������J Jbh* 19 Ji. J11J2,  Saywmd Liud Difltriot.  Timtiiot of dnywnrd,  TAKE NOTICE inM Chailm ILnry  Hit*, tt Naw York, N. Y��������� icoupntinu  *jl������uiu������n, lutM d������ to ������p(dy for pirmiiMiini  11 piuolmu tht fti'I'iwiii(r iliH^rll^l ]\dA*-.  Cv*iaiiii������������ci -V A", a p ml .llild.-d ������l tint  ��������� nilh on it oxriivr of I it tiM, Uxuca i,onii  ���������JO htt.BB, tliduco wiHt 2>"> <liu(tm tliAiuv-  ������(ititb !Jll tliii n������, ilitnco o-iot 'JO (hi-ini to  ,oiit ff uDuiiii'U-n'ii 11 t'cnltitjidg 40  *C������v������ Uls l't III" tlWa,  i IIAULK* HiNKV I1BST  KinV������r M. i)i������]i\un. Agent.  ^ /& ISO  YE  ^W^^j Bsst Yeast  Sold m\:  Used  Evef3Tr't:*rc  CW.CiU.tl Co., ?.���������.',  T������r������p.i������, Oa\.  i'tJU i^ALLC-- on ^'.���������klt.jj'; jiigis  &$.on c.ii:!). i.:i.j;ey t.' ;.cu tnj.any  (iir.i-r. M,'!"} K'ii t-tt Spiinj),  lloiubv I.slaii'1, ifM~*e**'.-Jrnt*t -v^n  ������.������*,VAA,'������a*..,������1H_4*l,.^)*.1<|<Wl(������1������.  MlTOtk^^  T-  ���������THE NEWS. CUMBERLAOT), B. C.  NA-DRU-CO  Ruby Rose Cold Cream  A toilet delight, wiih the exqulslts  I fragrance of fresh roses. Makes  chapped hands srno'oth and sod ar.d  I keeps'them so." Preserves the most  "delicate complexion against exposure  to lho severest weather. Try it���������  you'll certainly appreciate It.  In 25c. opal jars, at your druggist's.  I*', NATIONAL DnUQ AND CHEMICAL CO,  OF CANADA, LIMITED. 101  Why did none of the candidates  thiult-of woi'kini; tho, endless chain  system to got voles?  Tho man who c-;in always toll you  ���������what is Ellin:.; to happen can also toll  you afterward s'why it didn't.  THE JOHN INCUS CO., Limited  RuRlneors uud Nollcrnmlters'  ' BoUci-9 of.    all    ldrnla��������� Engines,  Pump's nnd Heavy Plate Work  "Writo us for Prices  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  Book Tree.     A nintpts  .  Home   treatment removed  lump from this lady's lircact  Old  sorer.,  ulcers   nnd  growths cured.    Describe  ytar troublft ; wo will scud booh nr,,| testimonials.  THE CANADA CANCER  INSTITUTE, kwrrxD  10 CHURCHILL AVE.. 1OD0NTO  The  Ideal Gift  Inslat oa  this,  trademark  ������udll your  ricoria  for all the family,-  for all tlia year  around is a Trademarli  ... Columbia Graf onola  Ask your nearest r Columbia  , dealer to play you the special  Xnias Columbia Records. . (Fit  any machine.)  Columbia Phonograph Company  McKinnon Building, Toronto, Ont.  Territory Open to Dealer*  77IAI di^aiAOy  It's tho rXF.ANF.ST, SI.MrLF.ST, ind BEST H0MR  DYB, onu enn liny���������Why you don't even hsv������ to  know ivlint KIND of Cloth your Good* tre nude  ol.'-Ro Mlatnlim arn Impoiilblc,  tjeii'l lor Free Color Card, Story Booltltt, and  DonLlat KlvlriR roiulti of Dyeing ovar other colon..  Th. JOHNSON-IUCHAKOSON CO,, UiaJted,  Monlrvul, 0 inula,  SHAW'S SCHOOLS  Tho Central .Business Colleso, Toronto, with four City "branch schopln,  Tho Conlral Telegraph and Railroad  School and Tho yhaw Corrospondonco  School, aro now commonly known a.i  "Shaw's Echools." In theso schools'  a croat work Is bcliiR dono In training  young peoplo for business pursuits  nnd for earning Rood Halarles. Tho  nnnual curriculum Is IntcreslinR and  1b mailed froo on sending request to  W, II. Shaw, "President, Toronto, Ont,  Public Forests are Set Aside for the  Use of the Public    ,  Tho former erroneous impression,  that forest reserves aro areas . sot  apart by Lho government to lio reserved from use and development is giving  way to the correct view, that they aro  for tho general uso of the public.,,  ��������� Tho Dominion Forestry Branch Is  'desirous of "spreading this idea abroad,  and with this end in view has .Inaugurated Lho policy of surveying sum-  -mor-rcsort ..lots around convenient  hiRes'Jn forest reserves. These lots  are of two kinds, viz, building lots and  camping lots, so that tho demands of.  both cottagers and campers jiiay be  met. . Such lots nro leased to Uio  public for a term of ytava'at a;very,  nominal flKiirc.   '    ' ..   ' ���������  lt is hoped that, In thin way a start  may bo mado In hrlnslug to. the nubile a realization of the flpporiunitlcs  and advantages, which the reservation  of Ihoso great areas of tho public domain affords the country at large,  A Rood example of such a resort Is  seen in British Columbia where a alto  has been hid out at Trout Lake, in  the Long Lake forest, reserve. This  'reserve is situated in the Kainloops  district of Lho Railway Beit.  Trout Lalio, at an altitude'of OOO  feet, is an ideal retreat, for the residents of tho towns and cities of the  Dry Belt. Here they may escape  the, oppressive heal and drought of  tho summer season, and at Ihe same  Lime enjoy some of tho finest-fishing  to he had anywhere in Canada.',Already many people have secured huikl-  ing lots, and it is expected that in���������a  vory short timo a largo and nourishing summer colony will he .established  at this point. ,;  '     ��������� ���������    ���������  what"!  t0n1c_wsll do  Strikes at the Root of Disease and  Gives New Health. ,  If you look in your dictionary you  will find tho word "tonic" defined 'as  'a medicine that increases the strength  and vigor of the system."- Thai tolls  why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills arc a  real tonic. Thousands of men and  women are ailing to-day, uot 'sick in  hed, hut without strength and ambition, utterly tired out' after a day's  work, v No one organ seems to he at  fault, yet,the whole system- is lacking in health. They do not sleep  well and arc always tired-and nervous,  many have headaches,'liackaches"ahd  stomach trouble. All .these -people  need tho tonic help of Dr. Williams'  Piuk Pills. The beneficial influence  o~t"tnis"~inedieiuo���������Teache3-������thc-fWhole-  system. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills"  do more than relieve the symptoms,  they actually remove the cause of the  trouble. The ease of Mrs. J. H.  Sharpc, London, Ont,, is one in proof  of tho above statements. Mrs.  Sharpo says:���������"I was so run down  and weak that life was a burden. The  least exertion would exhaust mo so  greatly that I could hardly''breathe.  If going up stairs, I would have to  rest several minutes when I reached  'the Lop. My heart would palpitate  until 1 felt as if it would choke me.  I was extremely .nervous, in fact a  complete wreck, and would sometimes  have lo remain iiv bed-for a couple of  days or, more at a Lime. . I found no  help from' medicino until I began using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and my  experience with thom was that.thoy  mude a completo cure. I gained in  weight and my friends tell mc I look  younger than I did ten yeara ago���������I  know I certainly feci younger. I feel  sure thai what Dr. Williams' ' Pink  Pills havo dono for mo thoy will do  to other women if given a fair chance."  If you are at all unwell do not fall  to trv Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and  yon will-(Ind new health and strength.  Sold hy medicine dealers or hy mail  at RO oon'rf. a box or six boxes for  $2.HO from The Dr. Williams' Moill-  eluo Co., Bi-bekvlllc, Out,  DON'T TAKE   A  CHANCE���������GET  A  SHXJTT    DRILL  TH  8'  WINNIPEG,.. :;  CO, LTD.  CALGARY  EXECUTIVE .... .    .      , ,   .  T. A. Crerar, B. 3. Fream, John Kennedy," William' Moffata        <��������� '   ' ������������������    ������' "    '  ���������" DIRECTORATE  Manitoba���������T. A.  Crerar . John Kennedy, Wirt-. Moffat,: IV.-. MoKemle,   u������skatchewan--<l������o.  LnnRley, J.-A.  Malmre, Vi W.  Green. J.  Morrison. -Alberta���������13. ,4, IFrenm. ,  If you consist).your grain to u������ It will .bo locked-after,In tne beat possible manner..  ���������t     -.v,                                        our aim ���������                      '   - -. "    '".."    ���������'"';���������*;.''  .To botUr th-) condition of tho farmer and cut out tho spread botwew* tho producer nnfl th*.  consumer.     .   ���������    - -' - ��������� '   '  Agriculture In Nova Scotia  The development of agriculture In  Nova Scotia Is receiving moro addition thnn over before and lho various  agenclofl nt work should prod urn combined results <>t great heuoflt.  ��������� Tlio Agricultural ("ollego Is extending Its work in nil dhvclions. Tho  new Kxpt'i'iiiiontnl Ilortlculturiil Farm  in tho henrl'of lho.,fruit-growing district hi In full opcralion. The Com-  jiilsialwn or (.'(inservatlon has selected  four experlineiitnl I'nrinsi which are re-  colvlni? onUuisliisUc uupport. Co-  oppraUuii uiiKing farmerfi hi rapidly  incrciiiiliig,  GALL STONES''  Kldnoy Stonca and Gravel are tiulelc-  ly expelled from lb* oyaK'ta by Uj*  uuo of  ��������� SANOL  which has been <x . RlRnal rucicm  thrcuRhout Cnnada na a completa  euro of Kidney Troublo and all Urlo  Acid Dlneasea. W.. will wond letter*  telllnirof many,cure3 to all who will  wrlto us.  l'rlco ?1.BD Per Bottlo at alMieadlnj  ���������DrutTBlBta.                            . ,  THE, SANOL  M'FG.'CO., ,UTD,.  .w'lNNIPEG,  IVANITOBA   '   .1.  Father Time���������"Bhck Knight assures a bright New Year t'6 [all users'1.'  It's a; paste-  easily applied���������and  .gives a brilliant,  black polish that is  riot affected by the  heat.  10C.-.STOVE POLISH-lOc.  Ask y.our de al er/f or ,'  ."Black.Knight'* X  anid see for your-  .self how, easy;'it is-",  for  stoves,' grates ; ���������  andjronwork. '45  , f ENU1NE INVESTMENTS  We-will sell fork short while, a few  lots left In South wood'Parle (to"* clos'o.  out a syndicate) at prices below wliat  adjoining' lots aro selliner' at today.  Asphalt pavement,  treed  lots,  elosa  to   oar.   between ^Winnipeg  and   new  aRi-lcultui-Ql  collojso .-and.   University  site, absolutely safe and a eood profit assured.    ��������� '      -,-      ��������� ,; ��������� ,.  Wrlto us at once.          y  '  . PACE,  HARRISON  &  MILLAR'  ''          303  Kcewayden  Dldg.,'-'  ���������' :���������  -1   Portage Ave.,...East ������������������  ,      . .      Winnipeg  DYNAMITE FARMING  Marlon���������Did hor husband leave her  much?  for |.',n(id.  Quite often -hefore he rjult  UeoaiiKo a uirl iH nfrnld of a mousr-  la no Hliiii that siho cun hear a crtl.  ^iittrVR^fyt^^^  laWuimM*1*^  |0c. a box cr ������U boxes ror ;z.C0,  ���������t ill dealcnj, or The noddi Meitl.  clnt Uompany, Limited, Tore,ito,  CuiuUa.  ***m NMMtr wmKh  Canada's Fuel Problem  Thero Ih porhapu, ,no piphl on the  slroolii ot tho lui'Kor' Canadian cities  \vhl������h more (illicitly attracts the attention of the vlBlLlng I'ln^llfthmiin  than tho immense piles of cord wood  to be Keen In vacant comma and on  other imooriuplnl property, Hnyu Canada, Ov.-liiiJ to lh������ .''.evere C.iiniiillan  winter the fuel problem Ih a coniitimt  ono," If'not an iifiilo n������ that created  in the liulteil KliiKilwu by Uio recent  co:il strike,  Wood hi "������<'������1 for fuol In Cnnniln nl-  muM, !,.'��������� much a:i coal. It lu Kohl  by Lho cord, Vuonnt , lots--evcn  tliono on Uio principal iitrrola���������are  rented by wood ddilora for the pur-  pos-u) of Btorlns wood, lluijo piles of  wood are hut It up on the vitoant iipacos  aud Lhelv Piuvod cud.-i offer to Uio piihb-  ci- by a eui'lout) wall of dlsi'8, l'oplar  nnd lamni'Mck are tlio trooa moNt wjid-  iiKuily cut for cord-wood. Cuttlni;  Ih iilmor.t Invariably <lono In Uio winter liin<>. Acco.iii to (he forest8 aud  buiih aieaa Ih uniiully ncrona fiwairipy  Hi-ouml, Thu.} It in iniiy in winter  u* haul lho Iokh on filolshs lo river,  lake, or railway for traniiportnUon later on, Duriiu? tho auininer Uio wood  In brought to c.itlc:i, nnd by Iho follow-  lm; winter lt l������ thoroughly dry and lit  lo." lilol.  'JI ���������.vould V������ d'rT'pnl' lo draw n hard  nnd fart, linn between tho lino ui!  wood and coal in Canada. It may  ho iiii,ld, however, th;,t wood Ih uh^.I  pri'fi-rably for ciioUlu;; purprwii, en-  peelally wjiere kh-.i hi avallalilo. ' In  l.iif    ,.,..;    ������..!   .;������������������":::���������::.    '."'������������������������    H|ft  wemhi'-r In not. uullichMitl cold to warrant (i rontlniiou.'i f'f������;il lire In tho .collar furnace, wood l;i i\ coiivonlonl and  i|iilc|; ho:it(r. ll hi uniMl at imcli  ilriH-s of Uio year botli In furnaem  and In open i;ral/a. A WiK)d-]>llo  niii'l.l" a rliurcb Is null" a common  nlnlil in C.iiiii.'lii, 'J*lio c.liui'ch in  liKiti-l rpiickly aud econoidrully In  th'.i, .;.iy.  Interesting" Experiments Are~Now Being Carried on in the West    .   'v  In Western Canada, where' ono of.  the"- greatest ..difficulties wiUi, which  sottlcrs .have .to con tend is tiie cleaning-of the land of trees before plow-  i"rrg'an'd-soTv in g-can-berhsgu n,-t.hc-us'e.  of explosives, chiefly dynamite, has  been tried for this purpose, with considerable success. It was only recently,' however, at, the annual plowing match and live stock show.of the  Rochester and Gravesend Agricultural Association, that farmers, in England had an opportunity of judging the  efficacy of tills agricultural "innovation. A series of ^demonstrations'  with explosives in clearing uncultivated" land was given, which included the  breaking up of tree slumps,'to show  how quickly the work could bo dono  with powerful, explosives. -   .  Tho charges used for a stump seven  feet in diameter' consisted of a central ono of 10 pounds and five of one  pound each of gelignite, fired by electricity. "The result was entirely successful, the great mass of wood'being  blown clean out of the ground and  broken in a way that made removal  easy..  The use ot explosives for preparing  tho ground for troo planting was also  demonslra.tod. , A hole about throo  feet deep wati made', and a chargo of  eight ounces of chcddjlo'inserted, Ignition being effected hy an ordinary  fuse. The explosion loosened .the  strong poll lying oft chalk to n'depth  of ?< feet G inches, and to about, tho  same extent in diameter. It is  claimed for the system Uiat, besides  saving labor and expediting the work.  It provides a holler rooting area for  young trees. It Iiiib been proved  that 'fruit trees planted in tlila Way  have taken root more quickly and  mude more rapid growth than those  planled in tho usual manner. Tho  cost of tho operation h from 9 to VI  cents a tree, and ono tna������.,cnn prepare  for fiixtoen trees nn hour.  1'lxperlments curried out on these  llnea for loownlng tlio soil havo proved very effective, h'our-ounco  charges of r-.cllgnlto woro liiKorlo.il in  holcvi mude wiih tlio crowbar 3 feet  (1 Inches deep at Interval!! of ten feet,  The explosion loft llltlo iniprotinlou  upon lho surface, but the momentary  effect wiui to nil.-ii! Uio earth for a  dliitunco of live font to, novel! feet  around the con I ro of onncii:vjloii (several Inchon above tlie ordl'iary level,  and whi'ii dug tho subsoil was neon  to ho cracked and broken, It Is bo-  lloveil that Uio effect, will facilitate  tbo spreading of Uio rolls of plants,  thereby encouraging growth and reducing tbe rMoof Injury from drought,  Tho coat of the operation Is oiiUinaleil  at if-l'MiO per ncro, hut It would lie  required only once ln ton or twolvo  yearn,  It's Best  ;:. "..T&Ifttye  ready., to use at first sign of trouble  the'best corrective for any disorder  ���������"otfthe-organs-of-digestion.-l'Ehe-,.  "earlier" you seek relief" the'easier'  it will be to get it���������and'the more.,  certain it., will be that the trouble.'-  will not lead to something.worse,''  ��������� It  is  universally   admitted  that  are the safest preventive as well  as ���������the- most'.'reliable,-corrective of  stomach,' bowel.. or liver troubles.  They bring about regular, natural,  -healthful action. All through the  body���������in every organ, every nerve  ���������in actions, vigor and spirits--you  will feel the. benefit of Ueccham's  Pills-1-and 'quickly, too. You  will-save yourself.suffering if you  have this matchless aid to health  ������, --' --' y In the" Maze .'���������  What a crisscross "maze is life, '  Take it any way you choose, ���������     \  ' As you gain and as you lose!.'-     r  As you.hurry for your "goal,." ���������'���������'  Twisting'tlirough-.tho maze again. ' -  ��������� You are pitched into' a liole..  -".���������.'".'      '      ''���������'..  Out, of it yon scramble up,c .  ���������:���������Hopirig-rtondo-rmghty,4eedsL;   Still of sorrow ..'you-must!.sup  Ere-your "budding(hope..succeeds.  How you--'struggle,' boSv.. you groan,  ���������As you buckle to"your,task,   ."' .'  Just to make success ybiir'pwri'.y. "  ' Just in fortune's smile to bask...  But It isn't all a frost, ���������*'        '.*- .  Thore are,.seasons to bo. gay.   <  Hope is never wholly lost."  . '.\'"-; ,  Joys arc blooming on your way..,  There's a path'to your success.. ;  You will find it after'while  If you seek with "cheerfulness  .   And you don't forgot to sunllo.  y      ���������  Cautious    .  . Mamie has a friend  from out of  town'visiting her.'  I know.     Shall you give a lunch  con in her honor?  I haven't made up my mind yet. ���������  Why not?  ' I shall wait until I see her clothes.  WST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  MR3.\ViNSLbw's Soothino Syrui> lias beeii  used for over SIXTY YUAKSliJ- MIT.UONS o|-  M0TIU5US   for   tlieir   CIlII.UltKN   WUir.B,  TK1-.T111NG, with  1>KR1'������CT: StfCChSS. - tt  S00T11US the CUIt.U, SOl'TUNS U������c GUMla.  ALLAYS all l'AIK, CORlW WIND COLIC, and  is the best remedy for UIAHKUUvA.   It is nb-  Kolulely harmless,   lle'sureaml ask for "Mr*.-,  Winslow's^Sootliing Syrup," nnd take ao othes  kind.   TwMili-aveccuu* bottle.   _  " FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If/you  feel  "out  of Borts"���������"run  down'*  or  "got the  plucs,"   suffer fi-om. kidney,'  bladder,  nervous diseases,  chronic-, weak- -  nessea, ulcers, jikln" eruptions, piles, &c,  writo   lor   my   FREE   book.   It   Is   thai  most Instructive meulcal.,book.ever written.   It   tells .all   about- these   diseases  and ��������� the   remarkable,   curtss. effected -\iy -  tho ne%7 French Remedy ''THE-RAPION-*.  No. 1, No. 2, No..2, and you can declds  for yourself If It Is.tho remedy for your  ;allnient,_i^Donlt_sen_d_'n_cent..L It's ab- '  solutely   FREE.   No  "'-,follbTvMjp"~cIrciiey  l������rs.     ' Dr.   LeClcrc   Med.   Co,     Haver- '  etoclc ltd.,- I-Tampatoad, London. Eng.  How would you liko to ho our'Scllin{>;  Agents'and 'make BIG MONEY in  iiiiiiiilllil'iii    y������ur Spjifo.Hours?  W^Kr    ^Vel,"vc tl]������Goods '���������'  m^s9     Slind Post Ciird t0;day  for particulars, andf'Oet'lnto Business."  M. 6. Dept. P. 0. Box 1256, Mont-  real, Can.  Sold everywhere,  In boxej, 7,Sca  Did .you ever Jinow a man avIio was  Btubborn aa a mule to lio credited with  horse sense'.'.    ���������    ���������  W. N, U. 03G  1 t,'lr,.ird'ii Ll.iinunt Curei Diphtheria.  !!<��������� who ban rml d'.ae that which he  1 vv ��������� ��������� !_.'>! iu h'iv<- done lui:! nilHjo:! a  1'1->V   ('������    flaU.  i    M.iny n goi-d dinner han boon spoil-  ed 1 y ;t po-ii' il:;t -:-I!oii.  Makes Emnthlnrj Eaoy,.���������Tlio eon  ntrlcliuii 01 Uio mr |i<i������s,ini,'. ..,<J 11:-.  sliUouJ- t><r 1 n-alh, 1oo fimnUlnr evl  dr.net' of aidhinntle (.roiiblo, cannot  daunt Ih*. .7. ,L>. ��������� KJllojrjj'ii 'Afithnia  llomody. This is Iho fiiinou,! renteJy  whieh hi known i'ur and wide for Hn  e.ninnU'to efi'uellvenfM!" fva'ii nnilor  very jii'veri' i-iiuum>ui>i<i ������������������������ ��������������������������� '���������������������������) -;:  tried, nxnerlnienta' iireiiaratlon, butj  one with ninny yi'iirn nt iilrohj; ������erylc<j  behlml lt. liny it from your' nearest  dcaU-r.  , ��������������������������� .a,,,1. .,.������,  Couldn't Stand It  I>lil you bi'iir why '.Mr.i, Miuotv rc-  eiillod the ImltalloiiH lo Iht party?  lk'i-iuibo her liii^'-'ii-i-l'.'i rcroml  couain dlt'd.  Tl.al'ji tin*- rca?on uhe gave, hut  don't you  nolii-vo il,  l-Iluclda:!'.  Hccaujio the last IiwV.au Rwuml that  llw. Wilson H0Ciir������.d for li'-r party  niudt' Mio. .Majou'.-, p,or- If'.tlo J;tp-  ancr;o Jii������slcr look liko u������������ half of  SO ceuta.J  The Friend of Ml Sufferers. ���������Mice  to "the shadow of a rook in a weary  hind" la Dr. Thomas' Hloulric OU to  all tlioso who liii'lU'cr pain', ' It holds  out hope to everyone and roallzog-lt  hy slIlliiiK HiifferliiK ovorywhero. It  Ih 11 liniment that lias lho hlc'-alr,:;.; ol'  hall' a eonllnont, It Ih on-aalo ovory-  whore nnd can ho fount} wherever enquired for.  Yen, plr, 1'vn been a Holdlor, and  onco ciiini! mhdity near boliiK mixed ln  n battle, and If It hadn't boon for  ohoylni! tho ordoi'H'Of our old colonel  who wuh a ro'inlar brick, 1 ml/clit bo  sleeping with ljiy martial clonic nrountl  mo now,  Wliy, how was that? nuked a llaton-  or,  Well, tho enemy wero In b!r!iI, and  wo wero KotliiiK ready to ro for 'em.  T wasn't feollii"? lho���������]on������t hit comfortable, when nil of a sudden up Jumps  tbo old colonel on a stump nnd nliouur.  "Now, then, boy������, np and al chiu!  Strike for homo anil country I  Routft of thoih���������a good many, In fact  ���������struck for thoir country, but I  ulruok for home, and precloua [jlail I  am I did it!  ��������� Tho  Nova  Scotia "Lumber  King"  says:  "I consider MTNAUD'S UNIMNNT  thoN B10ST liniment in use,  I roL my foot badly jammed lately.  I bathed il. well wllh "MINARD'S L1X1-  MRNT and It'was as woll iw ever nest  day. ��������� ���������      .      ���������  Yours very truly,  .     . '     T. 0. McMULLKN.  MALE HELP WANTED  Chapped Hands  Won't Bolher '  ��������� ������J Ij^aaaV.),  C!  , r,oap you use  SNA!*, lha  original luiud  'cleaner,^'' ,  -..SNAP- co'h-  .taiunnolyeor^  ���������nrhls,'hut.Rlyeerlne and nnilrnl  oils \ylilch keci) the skin emootli  ��������� ami In splentHucondlUon,  ���������  Try SNAl* lot a week and notice  the difference.' 47  SNAP  Ol Jer frul.-t pat iulct U iijr,   H*TI HV*1  Olevcr,  Is ho a'snccossfiil physician?  Pucceiisful?  Yes.  I should say bo, Why, ho can tako  any ordinary onso ot overealliiR and  got moro ailvcrtlnliiR for eurlnj? a dan-  rpi'oiim case of peritonitis thati any  doctor you ever saw.  a������������*������^iaa1������M������wa>JMw*MMTCMa*m*aaal  Mr. V, J, Cliamburlln, prosldent of  tho Grand Trunk Hallway system, Is  In rceolpt of tlio following eoiiKratulal"  ory toleicruin from Mr. (1. T, Som������  ors, .prosldent of tho Toronlo Hoard  of Trade. Tho> conKriituhitlona of  tho Toronto Hoard of Trade aro heart  liy ostendod to you on the.movement  of your first train of wheat and lis  product front Wostoru Canada to the  Atlantic sea-board. It Is especially  noteworthy (lint uiieh ^ train ohould  proceed entirely throujrlr Canadian  lorrltorlty, and Unit It consists of a  food product destined to a country  (South Africa) ' within tho llrltlsh  Empire.  WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN Till  Mock broking liualnosa? I want a lira  ������mbltloUR 1-epronentiUlvo in ��������� evory city  and town to handl(v nioolca, bonds ind  ���������noi'lguit-po; nppllcnnt must furnlnh refer-  ���������neon nnil hnvo from $100 in $500 pnraon-  ol capital. Wrlto or call M. IX, Edgw  fe Co., J4 Victoria Street, Toronto.  AGENTS WANTED  Wanted���������Agents for Ilall and WlmV  storm Insurance, Apply Tho Canada  Weather insurance Company, (Douilii"  ion License), Winnipeg, Man.  Free Library for Blind  A rIiuico at the fallowing brief sum-  mnry of work dono hy the Canadian  Froo Library for tho Blind, will convince any reader thnt a real and necessary task Is holni? fulfilled.  Tho library was incorporated under  tho Ontario Public Libraries Act toward tlio close of 1000, on Nov, !), of  which year 81 volumes worn in lis  possession. On Nov. :l.of the pre-  aunt year tho number of volumes own*  ed had'inei-oiiDcd In -.BfiS, while, In addition, OTiO pieces of music have boon  piirehiiBod. 'For the year '.Ifl07 the  circulation wits iiOO volumes, while for  tho first three-quartoi-H of 1.012 tho  circulation was -i,013 books and  pieces of music.  In the Cycln  lie is no far behind tho times that  ho will never catch up,  ' Thoro is somo advautiigo to that,  What Ib It?  Ilia iolu\s aro so old that they sound  llko now.  -*���������������������  Thn first train to paftw wuiiwnnl over  Canada's now National Transcontinental Hallway lino carried a consignment of nriilrlo wheat to nn Ontario  Flour Mill on route for South Africa.  Mr. W. 11, Crunk, (icner.il Superintendent of tho N.T.U., who Is at pro-  fiout inaUlm< a lour of Inspection over  tho -wholo completed Hue- iu hia pit-  valo car, Tranueonn, has tlio honor of  holm;-a pasr.onjior on tlio first train  westward to Winnipeg. On his re  turn Mr. Crank will ko us far cast of  Cochrane as possible to vl/.w tho Rrad-  I Iiir and IriiuW-Uyin.. ������oik ut the Uc.'u!  J of fitOCl,,  aVhorne in the field In worlh two  In the tarn, You can't prevent  njwvln, nlnfftimie, Bpllnt, nr Curb from  putting your borne In Hie Unm but you  onu prnv*nt thaw troublcii fnun Ueeplng  uwtct... i.aa t:.��������� U:.i very lcm;.   Vmi cnu jyrt  KENDALL'S  SPAVIN CURE  ntul rtira all inch rdlmenU, Tor js ytiin,  H.riulnll'HSjiavlu Cure bail bceu the bono-  mait'.-i hlniulliy.  Aei-isvii.i.i!, Ont, Maacu 3.|Ui, 1911.  "I Imvo \\Mt\ KmdaU'H Bnavln Cure for /  nverM yt-nm 1.111I114 l,vu llut; !i|t.-.\!ns, one  Cilll), out Jlunc ;i 1 wnv 111 nml a i;liiiit<ot>^-nl|'  Iml rar.r.-i, Your medicinal:) llie l������rt Wllie  woild," jblilAH Ul'.UICtC.  ril,-o'jJr p*' 1>ollle-6 Imttltii $s, Adit  'luiRttint for fie������ IkioV: "'1'reutlic on tilt  Hoar." or writ? direct to u������ 75  Dr, D. J, Kendall Company  Ennclmnr Fall), VwmoM, U, Z, A. 0 .    .,  THE ���������NWis.vd^ERt^ND. BC  :a  -    s  ft  II  Her  Confession  And1 Yet There Was  -,  Nothing to Confess  I  By F. A. NITCHEL  ���������i^<S>^H>^>^������S^*^<^K'M^^,<^'^  *��������� Two middle aged ladles sat over a  "nip of ten. ' One' was"forty-two, the  'other forty-one.'  Thoy.. had been- In-'  'tlninte friends'"somo fiftooiv years'be-  'fore,' hnd bcoii separated, having gono  'to llvo in "different places, and now  ''fend como together., again' nnd  were  '���������nuuulug.up, so to speak,'tliat portion  ���������f their lives which Jay behind them. ,  ii "Uow different hnve been our expo-,  "'���������"rtcnecs!" said iho younger of the two.'  Vyou,-Margaret, have known the joys  '���������f being a1 bride, the companionship ofi  "mnrrled, lifo. nitd tho sorrows of widowhood, while I have looked upon tho  '[promised land of matrimony always  itfrom' a distance.    And now wo. are  both alone, .without husband or ohil-  p'dren.    Wo hnvo come nt last to the  ��������� i������aine position, but not tho same condition..- You as a widow are a very different person fronrme.nn old maid.",  "In what do you consider this differ-  ' ajnee  to  consist,   Helen?'1  asked  the  Joinder that she had some such expe*  rieneo as tho one referred.to on hoi  mind.   But it was also plain that slu  had not considered the roan lu the cast  unworthy of her.   She entered upon i  hypothetical defense of him. ���������        /   ',,,..   ��������� ���������������������������        .,   .....        ,   .  '  "I can 'understand a man's roomen-'   W1*  Box worth  YNallaec.  lecturer  on  tarily.yielding to a temptation, and yet ',,n,1,M,l(! splon',,  ���������   JUDGING  MEATS.   , .  How to fell,the Different Cuts When  ��������� ;You Are Marketing,  In considering how to buy wear, says  CHOOSING A HOBBY.  1 I IT-  ������HK MOlflTOT TnH  WOUDB  WBRR   SPOKEN  UKLKN 'llltaum'TUD TllUM.'���������   .,,  j ether, looking tip nt licr friend���������'wlth a(*  '.- ���������"     iiiilr of expressive, inquiring .eyes. '  ' ;   "It consists An so mnii'y things that  It.would bo Impossible to iind.a word  'under which to group them. If you-  iisk mo tho principal clifferen'co it has,  produced betwecu you and mo. 1 will  nay that-it.lies in this-you know,  ��������� Iwliut it is to be loved, by a good man.1  ���������    I do not."  : Tho widow leaned back ln her chair  ������nd looked, at vacancy. She soonicd  to bo,absorbed in".thought-thought on  ������>tvluit her fi-leud had enuncinted. At,'  last.shO'Sald:  "What wo look nt from without Is  usually Tory different from���������whnt wo  find it when wo conio to;cxporlonce It,  jLovo boforo mnrrlngq .spot what It is',  jnftcr mnrrlngo.  Tho first is an absorbing piisslon, tho second is companion-  ship.  Ono is violent nnd mny easily bo'  turned to hate; tho othor Is quiescent'  nnd', so long as it Is not Interrupted,  ��������� -inny bo strong nnd enduring."-  i  "Interrupted by death yon menn, I,  'mipposo'."  "Not thnt nlono; thoro are mnny other causes which mny throw ono who,  Iovob buck Into tho passionate condl-,  'tlon thnt exists before- mnrrlngo-l  jiienii a condition of suffering, not of  'plOuSUTG."     '  "Do you bollcvo In divorce, Mnr-i  rereiy  ,  "Not If there aro children interested  '���������-Hint Is, If tbo father nnd mother enn  llvo together on friendly terms."  ; "Hut you hnd no children.'' Tho moment tho words woro spoken Helen ro-  'grottcd thom. "I was Jli|nklug of your  foolliigs In n enso tluil might ho your  own," Bho continued. "What would  you hnvo dono, supposing your, bus-  bund censed lo lovo yon und loved nn-  other wonmiiV"  ������������������"In thnt enso r should consider  whether a ninrrliigo between Ihcm  would ho for tho host.  If I thought so  . 1-would consent to a divorce, Hint ho  might marry lils now lovo,"  I Helen sipped hor lea in sllonco. Tho  ,'mibjoct Boomed.'of moro Interest to hor,  Hinn to hor friend. Indeed, alio seem-  > - 'ed to bo moved by somo deep fooling  [commoted wllh It  Ono looking nt'lici'  .would Imvo thought Hint sho Instond  'of Margaret had (he crpcvlenccn of a  innrrlpd   woman,  apoko ngnln,  lovo his wlfo truly," she said. Thenj  pausing, she. seemed moved by a sudden resolution and continued iii atone'  that indicated deep feeling: "Margaret,  1 am going, to mako a confession to  yon'. And yet It Is not a confession, for  that indicates" au injury, a wrong, and  thero was no wrong* on my part,nor  on tuo"pajrt of tho one who was implicated with me in what I am about  to relate. , --   ','  "You remember thnt John and I were  botli of artistic temperament. We wero  fond of the fine arts, music, sculpture,  painting, literature.-,, Ho was the only  real poet 1 ever know personally. Wis  appreciation for music, wns of the keen-,  est. Do you remember that period  wh*n your mother was taken 111, you  were called away to'attend her, and  sho flually diedf You left John in my  charge, and I recall your exact words  when you did so. /John and I have  not been long married,* you said, 'but  long, enough to have come upon tliat  period when a newly "man-led pair begins't.o suffer from their incongruities.'  Leaving him at such a time is dangerous, for ho is liable to seek solace with'  another-.\vomnn.r Help jiintyto stand  by his better Instincts, so that when I  return nothing shall-have ���������occurred'to  ���������make nrbrench bctwecu-hlm and nib.'-  "This is nil you said, but'it'", was  enough., I knew you meant that iii  case'"-1 should see your husband about  to fall under a had influence to hnve a  care of hi in .and'draw lilm away, from  .temptation'. 1 '.was sure that, so great'  was your confidence.in me, that you  .would'not ask anything of .me'.on, a  matter between him'and me.  "I kept John willMiio during nearly all bis idle tlmcin tb'o period-that  you were absent. Wc .visited what gal-  Juries there,wore, went where wo could  listen to music and .road together from  the works of our favorite poets. One  evening he. took mo to' tbo opera.  'Faust' was"given and given beautiful-.'  ly. John sat entranced by the 'music  and seemed also under the spell of that  legend which contains Jn'condensed  form'the story of'humanity. After the  opera we rode to my home and during  the ride John" did not speak a word to  me. ; 1-Invited him to-come in and led  him to. tbe drawing room. Suddenly  he began to talk strangely: ��������� .-������������������ .-.  -��������� '"l feel,'.he said, 'that I am Faust  and that a uiophJstopheles" is, dragging  imo to bell.' ' , ' -  ',. "'And .by- tho'.saine passion he  leciirein;,a^t's^^iT"TTasinrdr^~"    '  ..'���������'Vcs.'" r*   ;  : "'And who,'-1,asked;- Ms Marguerite?'  I was trembling and spoke'the-words  so" low as only to bc heard by ono in-  'tent.on hearing.     ���������   y'.  '   "nis hand/was near ntlne. nnd he  took it in his!   1. arose aiid stood apart  from him,   ,  "'Jolin; I said, 'stand firm. This Is  ������.passing, madness occasioned, by that;  weird drama acting upon, an impressible nature. Your wife will return soon,  and by her presence banish what,Is  but an evnncsceut emotion,'  "He stood looking nt mo as one In a  dream for a time, then said:  '"Helen! from "tho' bottom of my  heart I .thank, you for having saved  my self respect' And, turning, he left  ino. Your mother died thnt snmo evening nnd'within another week you woro  at home.  "You know tho rest so fnr ns John Is  concemed-thnt ho wns snvod front n i  momentary temptation, nnd Hint yours  and his hnppiness wero not mnrred by ,  tho incident. Whnt I hnve to confoss  is tills: From thnt moment I wns n  chnngoA woman. Tho word of lovo  Hint hnd bceu spoken entered into my  being nnd I could not eradicate it. Hut  no more timn this, Margaret, did I  wrong you. ������������������John never sought'mo,  and Hint I might not meet lilm I loft  blm nnd you for another placo of residence.   I novcr snw blm ngnin."  Tho woman who ll&toiicd to, tills confession gavo no other evidence of Ha  effect upon hor than to reach for tho  'confessor's hand nnd press It, Helen  continued:  "From thnt moment T took on n lifelong suffering. But. not from yonr  dlBploiiBiire, for I nm suro ovon now  nlnco you know my secret that you nro  too strong, too Just, too generous to  hliimo mo for whnt l could not liclp."  Mnrgnrot, who hnd retained tholuind  nlio hold, bout/forwn ill and l.lssod hor  friend.  Thon aliosnlil;' -  "I do not'hlnmo yon now, nor hnvo  J ovor blamed-yon, for I hnvo known  of this from tho moment of my return,  when I hoard it from John, though n  different version. Ilo told mo thnt lio  loved you  nnd  would itlwiiyu lovo  domestic science, we" must look nt the  relative cost ��������� as <. compared with - (ho  nutriment to be gnlned'from the different cuts, ho loss than at tlie. qualities;  which go to make -good meat. r. Tbo  most expensive portions of the ���������animal  aro not necessarily the best, for greater  nutriment-can,often be obtained from,  a cheaper cut, provided proper!curb  iind timo aro allowed for, the cooking.  Much unnecessary expense i������ incur-  red. In housekeeping, because of tbe  fact that meals" are not planned sufficiently in advance to ullow of the use"  of cheaper cuts of meat, which, in  order to bo palatable, must he cooked  long-und slowly. '      "     -',-���������,,,  The meat/of young nnlmnls Is moro.  tender but nt the same-time- loss nutritious than Hint from animals of mature growth.  Heer and mutton, the standard meats,  aro always in season: lamb is ut its'  RODS FOR BATHROOM.'  Make   It .One  That   Will   Relievo thi  Tension of Business,  v Writing"ou the advantage and enjoyment that a busy man will derive from  I a bobby, Arnold Bennett says in tho  JMetropoIitan: ������ . , / . - ��������� - ��������� '  i "In choosing n distraetlon-thnt Is to  any, in choosing'a rival to bis business  ���������ho should select some pursuit'whose  nature differs as muelV'as possible  from tlie nature of his business, and  ..which will brliigjiito activity another,  side of his (.���������haraoter. If bis business  is monotonous, demanding caro and'  solicitude rather, than Irregular, Intense efforts of, the brain, then let his  distraction bo such ns will make a  powerful call upon, his brain. Hut If  on ihe othor hand1 the course.of his  b.usiness runs In crises that string up  tiio brain to its tightest strain, then let  bis distraction be* a foolish and merry  one.  .'  "Many men fall Into tbo error of as-  j suming thnt their hobbles must be at  SEETING A GHOST  SCARED  THE .SAILOR   STIFF.  They Coma  In All  Sizes to-Fit Any  Apartment.  The housekeeper wbo is in need of ��������� _. . ;_      rt  __ _        ,    _ .      i,r,u  now bathroom fixings win be interest-1 Old Tom Came Face to Face With  edinthe three-quarter glass towel rods-! it Between Decks.  which hnve just come out.   In a small \ . ,     -  bathroom,   whore all  tho furnishings  must be as small as possible, even tbe  slzo' of  tbo towel  rod  counts.    Tbe  brackets of these new rods are nickel  plated on brass, wliic-h prevents them  from  rusting.    Tbey  como  in   many  sizes, tiie shortest-being fifteen inches  long and tlie longest forty-eight Inches,  so any wonian ought to tind one of tbe  proper'size to fit her bathroom, |  The corner rod is another good one \  for a tiny rooui. ns the bracket of this i  style rod Is shaped so that it can be I  screwed into a corner.    This typo of j , . ,,.,,,-  rod conies from fifteen to twenty-four   miperstitious.  sees  his. full  share  oL  Inches in iengtii.    ��������� apparitions.   This amusing story, t������ld  A trio or small rods only five-eighths ! by the ghost himself, is found In Cup  of an Inch wide nre fitted to one bracket and will'bo found very convenient,  Then When H������ Got Wind Enough to  Yell There Was a . Lively Timo  Aboard tho Old Sailing Vessel Till a  Mate Ended the Mystery.  Of course there is no reason why  {���������hosts should not be found on shipboard us often ns elsewhere. As a  matter ot fact. Jack, who Is always  dignified .and  serious .as  their' voca- pis on those can be bung all the neocs-  tions, though surely the example of    snry towels as woll  ns  w'nsh clolhs.  Little sots for holding soup, tumbler and  six toothbrushes come In tills ware  nndnre Intended for either a small or  largo bathroom. A neat, littlo tumbler  designed especially for a small"'room  has a round nickel piece below through  -which six toothbrushes may be slipped.  STANDING IUB ROAST AKI) SlllIiOIN BOAST.  best lu the summer and fall: veal -In  tho spring and early summer,v,wbilo  pork, if eaten at all, slioiild be served  only in Ihe colder months'. . '  The.best beef-is tbe flesh of a steer'  about four years'old."--It. should!-be  .bright.red in color, firm and nia'rbled in  iipponraneo'from.the proper blending j  of fat and lean,, which" shows even  foedhig and Unit the animal has not  been 'Tup idly fattened for killiug.'There  'the greatest philosophers, ought to  have'taught them bettor! Tbey seem  to Imagine Hint tbey should' continually be improving.tbo-.nselves in-elthor  body or mind. "If thoy take up a sport,,  it is because the sport may' Improve  tlieir health. And If tho hobby is intellectual it'must needs be employed  .to Improvolueiif.brnln.   .'.'.    ���������' "  "The fact Is that their conception of  self Improvement Is too hitrro'w.    In  -their .'restricted'- sense of th<y phrase  .they .possibly  don't 'need' Improving,  they possibly are already. Improved Jo  the point of being a- nuisance'.to, their  ,'fellow creatures; possibly-, .what. th.ey  need is worsening.' In,the broad and  fulf sense of the phra'se-self Jmprovc-  ment'.'ia course of self worsening might  Improve thom, ' '. .'     "-  .  "I li'ayo knovrn men^-and-everybody  hasMcnown tlwrn-fwho would approach  nearer to-perfection if tbey c'b.uld'only  acquire a little-carelessness,-.a .little  iibsentmtndedness, a little - illogical-  ness, 'h'- little irrational and infantile  gaiety, a little uiiscriipulousness in the  matter of the lime .of day. Those con-  's!der.'ilioi)s",shouId be "weighed before  certain hobbies are dismissed as being  unworthy, of a plain mah.'s notice."  New Feature In Sweaters.  > Yoke effects are Just now tbe fad on  every  type  of  costume,   from -night-  gowns .to' theater wraps, aiid  winter  PICTURESQUE  HAVANA; .  A Foreign,City.In'.Every-Sense, With  . -."     -p.3 Own O'dd Charm.  Americans*.driving to. their   hotel  through Havana's narrow, noisy streets  invariably, exclaim  that it. 'seems  to  should also -be. a fair 'proportion of j them "as if. they were abroad." The  'creamy while fat next tbe surface. -|,question���������to borrowji^pliraso from_rthe_  ���������I:amVand".miUoir'tiave^rlargerrpr^^  portion.'.of fat burn beef, and the.fat is ! i!aedeker'-"nced hot detain them long."  llniier.' The flesh'of good mutton-Is j They nre abroad., nava'na is not mere-  fine grained and of a bright color.' The , iy "like a foreign town;" it is' a foreign  strong .mutton .flavor,, so often to be j town. Jt has its own odd look, its spe-  detbe-ted iu this meat ian be virtually,') cj;ii pictiircsqucness,-its own tumullu-  .'eliminated by the, ������rarefill ,-reir.ovnl of , oi.s life. H abounds in unknown dishes  the pink .skin above the* fat'on tbe ! .���������hd strange fruit's," and;'upon the hot  outer siirftioo'or the moat. It is here  that" the I'iitle'oll cells which hold this  tinvor'nbound. ' ��������� -'���������'-,,.. i . '-  ' Lamb, ls'sinaller niid'Hghler In'.color  tlinu mutton. Ono distinguishing lest  between the two Is thnt in lamb, when  the bono is broken, as-in ihe, case of  a log or chops, it will''bo-found red  nnd rough, while as tlio animal grows  older"the blood recedes from the bones,  leaving them* white and smooth-  tropic niglit it'-pours out half barbaric  iniislc and queer melancholy, songs.  .���������" The long 'traditions' of the "Spanish  dominion 'of the ' two' Amerlcns still  cling, nbout Havana's ' fortresses and  the,palaces, churches and monasteries  of- ber ancient streets, She was .a  proud, rich city, the entrepot of the  west, when our northern mainland was  a wilderness. 'And'now In tho'Cuban  twentieth.century she'Is n crowded,  thriving, gay metropolis, with' her own  pride, her own tropic airs nnd graces,  her own wholly uu-American individu-  ���������BWUATKR WITH Y0KB EFFECT.  sweaters,   falling-into  line.-are alsn  lain .lohn 1). Whidden's '.'Ocean Life ln .  (he Old Sailing Days:" ^     ^  Whlddon, a boy of thirteen, wns making his first voyage. The ship wan  hardly cjonr of land when a .heavy  Btorni.sot lu. Whlddon was feeling  [wretched and lu tarrying' breakfast to ���������  (the. forecastle upset a pan of hot scouse  on the head of "old Tom'.' lit tbe foot of  the-companionwny stairs. Thc^uiilng  he had for this did not make him feel  unyjietter. Au hour or two later, when  the men were sent aloft, tho'.'bby slipped dowu the booby hatch'and was  booh fust asleep among some rope,'can-'  vas and oakum that were pi led-against  "the forwai-d bulkhead next the forecastle.-        ^ '     ,  When  be awoke It  was dark,  but  light streaming  through .some  auger  holes in the bulkhead and tho,sound of  voices brought lilm to-'his senses.-" He;  wns'-stirpriised to hear the crew talking  nbo'iit him,'as if he were dead, and dis-  | cussing the manner ih whichJie had  j been swept overboard.    lie beard old  '������������������ To iii say: ."Well. I'm sorry ijiil. lilm,  | but the cub sca'lt.every spear of hair  out of my"head."   ���������        " ���������  ' He had another long sleep.   When ho  awoke" he   heard   tho   crew   washing  down decks and realized that he was  perfectly well and very hungry.    Ho,,  found a barrel of apples in the lower  hold, tilled- bis pocket aud shirt bosom,  climbed back into his nest, ate apples  nnd-w'ent-to sleep again. ���������  The next day old Tom was sent be-'  low to cut a piece-of rope" from the'  coils among which ���������Whlddon was bid:  .lug. While he was sawing at the rope,-  tbe boy, disturbed byJlie- noise, peeped  out of tho-coll of hawser in which he  lay and met'Tom's glance. ���������   -,  With   whitened   face ''and  bulging  fashioned with yokes'at the top.  The green buttons,-ou this sweater  give a snappy touch, and the white hat  emphasizes the contrast of colon. ���������  Neat Hems.  ' It Is often dlMc-iiltJo make a neat  looking hem on n skirt or,coat mndo ' allty.  of vory thick cloth,' for unless 'It cnu She mny be crowded In (ho brief  bo pressed very Hat with a heavy Iron, I winter season with American tourists,  and sometimes oven then, thero will   may contain (as Indeed she nlwnyw Iiim  be nn unsightly hump or bulge nt tho  point wjiore tho material Is turned in  nt the Top of (lie liem nnd stitched.  A good plan to follow when using  llilcl; material for a gnrment is to turn  up the horn perfectly lint, without turning In tho top edge In (ho usual way;  contained) a considerable American  business colony and may be^.n rofugo  for derelicts and vngnbonds straight  from the pages of 0. Henry, Richard  Harding Davis nnd other Klpllugs ot  Spanish America. Still, she Is always  thn old Havana, .the Cuban capital of  Feminine Fancies.' ���������  ' -,  CIve a girl a dollnr and, she. wllj  Spend OS cents, of it'for a lue'sh pursu  to carry' the rest of it Ju.-Uhlcago  ���������".News. "  Probably one of tho hardest,things  In this world to make ������ girl understand is that if she will wear plenty of  red ilannol she won't need auy furs.���������  Galveston News.  Tho suffrngetlea expect Hint 10,000  WQinci) will march tit Washington in  tho Inaugural parade. If tliey-nll wear  hobblo skirts how long will it take the  lino to pass u glveu pointV-Uostou  Globe. '     , '  Facts From France.  then baste a pi ceo of tnpo (ho color of | Cuba.���������llnrrlson Rhodes In Motropoll-  tlio nintorlnl, or If the color ennnot bo   tniu.  mulched'.uso black on dark iniilerlnl  nnd white' on light ninlerinl over tho  rnw edgo of the hem nnd stlleh It In  place on both tho upper nnd lower:  edges,  Hy busting (ho Inpo In plnco tho  Rtitclilng can bo done on Ihe right sido  of tlio mntorlnl, using lho busting  tliroiid as a guide.  In caaoof a wldo horn where the inn-  tci'liil has to ho lnld In Utile plul'.s at  tho top It can bo mndo U lie lint by  Blushing lho Item down from (ho lop  for nn Inch, then hipping the mnlerlul  over, thus making only two ihlcknofiHos  of mntorlnl Instead of three, us would  bo the enso wllh n plnlt.  Silk scum binding enn bo used In  Sir Humphry Davy.  Sir Humphry Davy mniTled n widow as peculiar ns.himself. Ills pot. nf-  i feeiiilhm wns n lack of timo. He was  j always In it hurry, Ho protended thnt  I ho hnd no leisure to drosi himself, und  I when n change of linen boon mo nocoa-  j wiry ho simply put ouo shirt over an-  j ol hor until hu wns known to hnvo on  1 five or' sk shirts nt a time. Of eourso  j lio could not wear this amount-of up-  : parol williout npproclnbly Incronslng  ! his size, nud Ills 1'iiciuls not In lho ho-  ! crot wero some!hues surprised to seo  | lilm full oftf In iiprvn'ont weight Iwonty  Of tbo 13,000,000 mnrrled couples In  Prnncp nearly 2,000,000 nro childless.  r In J'lU'Is thoro Is a currlngo, for each  foi'ty-tliroo persons und a,, blcyclo for  encli sixteen. ���������  It Is figured thnt ono-tblrd iho adult  population of Fruuco possesses no  wealth nt^All.  Apples iiv l-'ronch orchnrds hnvo boon  Boi'iously Injured by an lusuet which  borou into tlio fruit und causes It to  wither und full.  yon;  Helen's licnd dropped on hor friend's  breast. Thoro wns a long silence,  which wns broken by Mnrgnrot,  "Yon would hear?", sho mild, "Why,  knowing whnt I did, I romulneil .lohn's  nvlfo, Ivooplng you'two iipnrt, Vorhnpn  my conduct lo jou hecins Hint 1 if nidged  l'reflflnlly Helen }.0{l ^.j,^ t could not myself possess."  "I hnvo no such Ihouglit. I uni Mire  . "I nm glnd, Mnrgnrot, Hint flnrlnc I j.0n hnd n rnnson, nntl Hint renaon wns  your innrrlod lifo notlilng occnrrcil lo a noi,|0 on0."  hronk.lt. I can not concolvo of nny j i>ijmi i hcllovod Hint yon would  grontor troublo to come to n womnn |,nVe been Jiippy wllh Joiin," fhe snid,  Hinn n bqphration from tho mnn slio ������i would havo given lilm to you. Rut  lins loved and mnrrled, and I tlmnlf you would not hnvo been hnppy wllh  IJienvriii Hint Hioro Is ono sin I hnvo not  him.  Ho wns too volntllo, loo Infonso  pounds In a day, Ills wife's grent anxiety was to keep him "lit. for company,"  Blond of Inpo If you doslro, but Hint j |)Ut nn ho did not euro n llg for com-  does not worn* so woll ns Inpo nud will ; puny she bud no eawy task, and domes-  lm o to bo replaced whon worn u0 tn8t'ord wns a common thing.  Hi rough,  Coffee "utter Taffy.  Cook two pounds of sugnr, ono cup  nnd"n fourth of water nnd ono-fonrlli  The Lifjht That Failed.  ft wns by nn iieeldonl Hint Mr. K'P*  llng got his frimouu titTo, "Tbo Light  Thnt Fulled," Ilo hnd almost decided  ' toiiBpooufuI of cream of tni'tnr to IHO ! (o cull tho novel "Tho Fnllurp," nl-  dogi'oos F.j rcrnovo from Ilio Uro. mid .though he wns dlsHiillslled with this.  Iinlf n cupful (ono-fonrlli pound of but- ] ono evening ns ho wns Rilling In his  lei' cut Into biuiill p.t.M, oiic-fourlli . ������,(u,|jr rending by iuiupiifilit tlio light  I en spoon fid   of suit nnd   half n  ton- %oi;t MiddfuJy don ������-,'.Initial failed, In  i Bpnonmi of coffeo oxlrnct nnd nils f���������ct. In n second Kipling Jumped up,  woll, but wllh ns littlo ullrrlng ns pos- j exclaiming pxclledly, "Hy Jovo, l'vo  Bible. Pour on lo nn nllcd platter or ��������� pot m������ polnllug In tlio lump, ho snid,  inni'hlo, .spreiwl ovonly wllh a pnlello | "Tho Light Thnt Fnlled,"  knife nnd tunrIf or rut wllh n knlfo  eyes/7 says  Mr., Whiddcn, "ho gii'zed-  at me a moment, then dropping ropo  and  knife-nnd. emitting  a  series  of  blood curdling yells be dashed for the  booby hatch and disappeared on dock.  Every, one .was aroused.    I heard the  'second ninte ask, 'What's broke-loose-  witli  you?'   and   nil   old. Tom   could  ejaculate was, 'I've seen him I I've seea ,  blm!'  "'Seen who?''yelled Mr.-Fn bens.  "'Oh, the .boy's ghost! the boy's  ghostI' Old Tom was nearly frightened,out of bis wits. '      -  ���������"Mr. Fa bens,', said the captain, 'get  n lantern, take that fellow below unit  si'o what scared him.* ������������������ '���������        .  "So'Mr. Fa bens descended (ho ladder  with Jinlf the crew nt his .hack, and  old Torn bringing up the rear. As they;  camo- forward' tbo ma to called out,  ���������Whore's your ghost? I don't sec any,,  ghost!"  "Unlll now I hnd lain quiet, but feeling Hint I was discovered I ro'-.o up to  slop out of the coll. Tom gave nnother  yell and broke for the hatch ladder,  followed by half tboJ'ticn.  "Mr.1 Faliens camo'up, reached over,  lifted mo out by tho collar and marched mo on dock, whero I wns nt'onc������'  Biirro'iinded by officers nnd crew.  ��������� "Cnplnln King stepped forward nnd  enld, 'Well, boy, whero hnve you been  for llie last forty-eight hours"'  " 'llotweeu, decks, sir,' i sheepishly,  answered.  ' "'What  hnvo you   been  doing between decks?"  , "'Sleeping, sir.'  ' '"Whnt,   sleeping   two   dnys   nnd  ulglilsV'  ��������� ���������"Not nil the time, fdr,' 1 replied  ���������"find nnytblng to ent't"  , " 'Apples,' I ventured,  ���������' 'Whero dill you get tbo apples?*  " 'Out of Iho hold, sir. I got (bo bend  J out of ii barrel,'  I "'Oh, you did! Ho you-know you'vs  ' been hjoneliliig cargo7' nnd Hinn.  'thinking Hie farco hnd gone fnr  'rnouifh, for nil hands wero on Hit  ' bronil grin, ho said, stonily:  j "'Now go for'nnl, boy, nnd If yon  I cut any moro enpors llko Hint, you'll  i net .n rope's ending you'll nimombor  1 til your life.' Then, to Mr. Falions,  ' ho ndded, 'Keep hlin np In hia dny  If Turkoy Is tiunblo to keep up In tlio j vritcj, jH!]0W for ft Wcok nnd glvo lilm  Automobile Runs.  yeniln.no dovoiues' of tdtu-lng nn������  now-called "inotorw-ses."  Tlio grent oluctrlcnl coinpnnlos of  Clonuniiy hnvo tnken up tlio coinitruc-  Hon of uiotorciirs.  .Luminous paint Is now iifiod on ntito-  mobiles in Knglund. It is alleged Hint  tlio glow of tho paint on u dark ulght  Is HO bright Hint tho enr U vlulblu for  two miles without bolng fitted with  lampi-.. ���������   Tottering Turkoy.  big looguo sho will have lo go bnelc to ��������� |,|cntv nf Work.'  lho Aula Mlnors.-Washliiuton l'ost.     j   "-j-|'int Pn,ir(| i  [upon' my conscience, I hnvo novcr  dono nnylhlnff 19 turn n man from his  jwlfo to mo, nor Imvo I permuted any  Wn lo turn from li!a wife to mc.'*  ono who known you, Ilolon,  'Xo  .uio srjiinies of about ono Inch nnd if  Imlf.  In his feelings, too unslondy in every  wny,  You would hnvo boon tho Mind  lomlliip" lho Wind.   Vou would Imvo  tuffcred  under  perpetual   mtounrter-  ,   .,.  ...������  ,._. .,...-..,  Kandlnsa.    Ilo  needed  n   different ,  iR-u&ltl doubt Chat, rndecd, It Is ipillo luiud from youra lo mnniiKC liliu. A dimly ehoppeil plmentoH, leu drops of  likely Hint ������ mnrrled mnn who would Hmo enmo when ho rocognlzod this , onion Julco and half n inhlcspoonfu! of  yield (0 his'fncllnntlon for you would,  liIniBOlf," ', elder rltifgnr.   When evenly blended  ho unworlliy of you," 1   "Hut yon?'1 MClnlinod ITcInn, look* j ndd a genorous trililefpooiiful of mny  Holon Hlnrlod.   It wns evident from , Ing up Willi a wondor nlcln to pnln.        onnnlno drcsslnij nud beat all togoHier  kor word* w well nr her friend's r������v /   "I did my duty by him nnd you:'      | iiiioothlj.  Pink Galod Dressing,  Mir ten drops of tnlmsco snuee, one*  foiirlli toaspoonful cneh of salt, miis. (  Innl nnd paprika, two tablespoonfuls [ guefis olio's entitled  to tbo  luck.''���������  of chill sniico, two tnblospoonfulH ot   WnRlilnglon Herald.  At nn Offset.  "Thnt girl Ims been promoted twles  to my onco. HIio has all tlio luck In  this ofllco.'*  "Well, I nollco Hint she nlno hns moot  of Ilio work on hor shoulders.   Ko I  1   ,*  Mndo Her L,������U{jh.  Tom-Hid   Mlsi    Koiloy   fnlerlnln  your proposal? .lack-On Hie eonlrnry,  my prnpopn! seemed to culerlnlii bur,-*  Itoslon Tracscilpt.  Too mnny wives, too much ropuln-  tlon nnd too much overcouildenco Imvo  dono tlio work for Tiirkoy.-aiouiphls  T'otninorflnl Apponl.  Turkey him long boon rognrded hy  political googrn pliers ns n ploi'o of  /slutlc territory Hint In ������omo wny been mo misplaced.-Wnshliiston Stur,  Kltchc.T Helps.'  Things to, bo fried often stick fo ths  pnn If It Is now. To prevent this Bcoiir  the pan thoroughly wllh salt, ilimo well  und (hen dry.  It Is n good plnn fo keep tho oven  door open part of the tlnio \\\w.\\ no! In  uso, ho Hint nil trnccs of gns or odor.?  of food mny escape.  To keep while ennmol wnre from discoloring ninko n strong sol 11 lion of baking soda and rainwater nnd put tho  his lr>r>(urn>, nnd T wns  Bind It wns over nnd flint I hnd es-  raped ho easily, flolng forward wllh  the men, I wns plonsoil to seo they  hr.:-e tur r.'.������ !!! frlllng. net even Tftm,  nllhniifth hn tnlKht have hnen oti'iisnd  If hu hnd dono so,"  I Unoompromlslno,  "Tolui Hrlght's volco wns tineqiilroeal'  It fnr nont-i*.   SnjR tho London N'nllnn?  Ilo was walking onco past (ho Crimean inonumeat In London wllh ono of  hli so.is, (hen a Ind. Hvery one Itnow*  Hint lho word ���������"Crlmen" Is engrnvcJ  on the monument, Tho hoy polnlcd to  the monument nnd to lho word upon H  hnd ii.-.Ud:  'Tnllier. whnt Is that?"  "Tliiit." yald .luhu riilglit, polnfinx  also to (ho word, "Is n crlmiia"        Tt '" "e" l,icrc l1 nr) 0^,, v",t,,0"t ���������  iitcnsng"lH"uVnwVt V/oII^'lVcni'Viari"TUo' j tff^Ht, for he wonljl net buro ��������� Weil  will bo as white 11* now.  In ili������ world.-IlnsIIU. I ^Ml#i04t������.**viK>������-M  ilJbtKtfpWXW+J  j, tiwi&^ls'&fyWt^&i'S  . .vu*'^*v*fB|'M������> ���������&f&-*<i<t<iraj*&'>f!aL<  i3^V-^.������l-^W*Jfl������^  taj&MMtWSaSS^^ -^^^^f^  W���������iM'Wiii^-JMji^i^in it ill WPl.-s-sJ^HJ^-MJPVj^^^'-tt'  #*m*n  I  tto Kt&w$, lepwBsiitjLAMP. B������mifo:ceMJMBt<v:  .UIJlOliEUjUS'' '.   '.  '  mRhUPRPEQs  URGE CU$TAIfl5  liW STOCK of the above i:n .well -assorted patterns  aud desions at POPULAR PRJCES .,.'.,..,  Our .stock oi Furniture, Bouse^fon-  .���������nsLiin'gs, Beds, ..etc.,,- ,ctg. is .aways  .complete .and prices the 'best       ," ,  , Try' a Fawceti Range ; they' .are  .always satisfactory.    .       '    ���������  ���������Don't forget the "great basket-  bal 1 -match .between Cumberland:  uuj" Victoria iirt'Ue -.Giimbcrilaud'  ll.alil.on Thursday1' .frv.eu'ing It'  promises .to ,be mi .exjiting match,.1  Uuniberlaiul .he-jug C&iu'e.d .down  as i'i.n.e as e'il'k.       ���������'���������".; -,-,-!  '  ���������TV. ~^l,. .-JI    -������������������  Y'ictoria put ;it ,al:l ,o.v,e,rJ;the,  Co.urtt,n,ay -.Uoys .at 'bask etbal Lou  TueMay ivght iby .a.seoie of 34 to  1 j: ,; -  ���������'  , rx*rtiMjne%titMmm ts%.wi  Mc Pli.ee T.lock,  Cu,mberla,ud  ��������� ������3������i,������1>tAtsl jrtnxjuxM ���������ti ������������������������ upmmwii  iU  S  Mr. JU W(. Nuuns is&u .a (air  way to recovery , ''Lariry''' is  fi;ood for twenty years liiore at  leasb.    We wish it anyhow.  Mr, Wilson Dunu, .so we have  been informed, has suvei'td his  co.iiue.cti.pn with ihe Islander,  and will li.-ave np\v.y this weelc  Wfon will   l,e  ihe 'inein'Uors .of-  ��������� iihc niix.t Ijospi'iiil Tknu'd <?  Is   -your   property'   worth    as  ,inuch ilrs year as last ���������?  ���������Is luiriii-'ss on Jho increase?  Who saii.1   tliat everybody   had  ai.yone-y to .burn.?  ���������Wi-jf we hayo a.. 24th   o;f  May!  .eyleli rati 0,1.1 ? ' !  '   Will    .\rc   have .any- business,  ���������''Mucks ere.ct.eiI this year? '  '.Will tlm  ���������Provincial"   Govern.!  ',nici.t* come   lo ��������� the, CUy's , flnan-'j  ,ciiil assistance '4  ^yoi,iId Mr. Ounsmuir loan the  '(Cityj������o������e>Y at t-ax per cent?  .-When wii'l  vw have money en  (Q"j"dJ .to grail o D.iwisjinii.r Ay.emie  .and cinin it up ?.  Will we have thatTailroad in -  (to .Onuibei-lnnd. ? '  c  When'.'will the  city   get .that  ioan'!; ?"  When will-the-cement side-  ly\$D REGISTRY  ACT,"  Lv Tin*: ;MATT,Kj;l of an .ap.pli  cation- for a (fresh   Certrnrate ' of,'  T,itie o,f, Part  j?o   acres   ot   the  South East, corner of So,iitlii ' of ;|  Lot 16, Nelson J>istri.c,t.  NOTICE is hereby   given' of:]  my intention at the expinit-ioii of  one .calendar-month   from   the'i  fjrst publication Jie'reof to issue a  1'resh Certi^cate .of  Title issued  to. Alexander Wain on, the  31st  of July,-191 Tand numbered 22'o.j  F, which has be.eu   lost   of   de  stroy.ed,-       ���������.  .DATED at L*nd 'Registry Office. Victoria! B, p., thjs_ 25th  day of March, 1913  ���������   ������. Y. WOOTTON, ,  Registrar General of Titles.  Corporation of City of Cumberland.  .NOTICE is hereby g you .that the.Cour.t JF.  Uovision l'g,r tho -vluu'icjiyHlity uf ,thi .Cit>  01 t,umborlu,nd,' B.-0 , will bo,h.,Ul in the]  Council ChiunhdiP, pn Wtdueatluy, May  7th, 1,913, tt 7.3d [i. in 1 tor tlio i-Airposw t������,f  .muring and -deteriiiii.i jj; sio.npl aiii.ts  against the Asaessineut Roll for- the .year  11013. All uuni[ hin b n.ji������t be mado in  .mtiug a,pd.de.livt-rt,d to the .City Clerk at  least teu,cl������ af rays before t.he .Hitting o,f  the.Couitt ^i,f,'Rev.s^<..n.',"    ".- .  A. YvcKi^xo.;?,  Ci y.'Cl.rlf.  D..t(,d nt C,\i;nL������,rlaudj B. C, ihis 2rd nny  f Apfll iai.3.  ���������..a-���������'*  Vancouver Land District  Districi of Sayward    ���������  ' "TAKE NOTICE 'that 'Myrtle  .Bunnt'Ue, oi >Viiiujoiivoi-, ocenpn  tion'i uin'se,-.'intends to apply' for  per.tnissio.n to purchase  the   fol  lowing, -.descrilied   -lan'ds-:���������-Com  uiuncing at a -.post   planted   and  marked the north-west  corner of  lot 584=.; th once" east, 40'   chains,  1101 ih"-40 chains,   thence west 40  chains, thence south   40   chains  to point ,o.f couinieiiceinent   containing 1150 acres -more   oiy.less.  Myrti.k ���������IJoshkttk, Applicant  T������������ii������  Matier,  Agent  Dated January Uro, 1913.  Violin Strings for s.a'.e'atthis  o.fljce.      ,    , . '  LAND REGISTRY ACT,  - In.THE matter of a������ appli  cation for a fresh  Certificate of  Title to Lot 20, Nelson   Distiict  ' NOTICE js hereby given, of  my intention at the expiration of  one calendar nibnih. ' fjroin tlie  first publication hereof to issue a  fresh Certificate of Title' in .litu  ot-the Certificate of Title issued  to Jsematsu Maruya ou tlie 14th  of January 1911, and* numbered  25269 0 which has been lost.  DATEP at Land Registry Of-  fip, Vicloria B. 0., this 261I1 day  of March ,7913,  S, Y, WPQI TON,  Registrar General of Titles  ���������walks lie r.cpiired ? .  v   How far will the,next government   school   grant   go   toward  ���������paying teachers salaries and other school incidentals ?  Is anyone k'eking over tluj  ]a^i As'jcssn ent Roll ?  Wlie 1 will the. jiaval queslji u  be settled ? ���������  Arc the   prospectsfas   bright  ' this spring as last ?  Will Courtenay ever be*as  large and influential a place as  Cumberland ?  Will the Liberals and Cou-eiy  ���������J.ive." ever stop scrapping ?  Will ���������MiiojY' ovi r (..ol over his  fond news for putrnetij cake ?  Will "Dick" never stop hunting iu this office for the. Victoria  ���������Timcc ?  ' \Vhint proportion of tlio proper  ty ii'id v 'iid tu.Ncswill \w. collcclod  *li:-t yonr 'i ���������  Who :'uys, ih.I !'\V"iU" wn'tlhe  jno-t ontliusi.ifltic Vmskotbu'lHst in  loivn ?  When will wo p.fit onr mail on  Wcdiii'Hilny unci -Kriiluy nfglits ?  The Ladies' Aid of Grace  Methodist church wiil hold their  ;miui!il Sale ol* Work and Supper  ju the Oumherland Mull on the  al'ternoo|i and evening pf Tue?-  day next. That this will be up  to the Methodist ladies usual  high standiird, goi'S without, saying.    i}c .here aud conOni) it,  Suspected Murderer  Captured Here  (Ion'1 libit'  ]h>ii  SifMiliK-nnon  nr-  (."li-d a Chinnm.in at   f'<:il:aV tnih  /ir fjiop  on   Wi'diiced.iy,  who  ie  wjjn i'i\ hy  litu authorities for (lib  /nuithr of a fi-lhiW iountrymnn nl  Vr.J.[    " P       !..������������������'    1-1 "--...-I -1 wntr-r hcrrnnes r-lwcrd with   rn  diuin einiiiatjon.s.   Wlien dmnk  It is reported |bat B V������T. JJickle  has'taken oyer the lrlunder.  The new voters'1 lists of the city  of yui,cou'v,cr reixcli a iolnl ciscecd-  inj; 28,000 nunies. Allowing sJ't-ii  words to each nan.e the' c^t of a  ���������siugle'.Qopy of the voiers' list for the  city wiil he $4$0  Sir,Thomas Lipton": has sent nil  .uucoi.ditibiiul cliiiPen^e to Jb.eNew  Yv,rk Yacht Club for' n i-ciiea -of  races for the Anieiiean Cup.  niiii'iiiiiiiii-|-piiiii:iii!ui;n -1  I ���������'.       ' '   ' "-.'   .'���������������������������.'.    . ,'P",,i  CJl*..  m  &���������  MAROCCH1 BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  ANP PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTL'NG WORKS  Agents for Pilsener'Brewing Company's H1CE1R.-  Vj/hojesale Dealers, ih all Kinds <?1 =:  Wines and Liquors".  SECOND   STREET  GOVERNMENT ST. ,. ' VICTORIA, H. C, ���������  V Complete Stock of ''Ye' Okie Finue" ".-,  Heinfzhiap& Co. Pianos  Dominioii Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrplas, Gramophones and Records  ' WRITE FOR CAT A LOG AND PRICK LISTS.."   ���������  ' .Convenient* Terms of Payment Arranged.;; '.-. .;,'  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P.r0.   VICTORIA, B. C  s  H  B  li'  y'  u  Hi  El '  i3".  ii^������|^**Mv������^t>A^ir^>A^^VwiVw^vfN 'wv^M^VVw'V**^  MAIL SERVICE.  Mails for pispajch jmrVancouver, Victoria, Niiuaiinq, ela:.,  Tuesday, 7 15 p, 111} Thursday  and Saturday, 6 a.  in.  Comox and Districtt���������Tues������  day. 12 15 p. in.-; Wednesday  and Friday, 4.30.p. m.  S. S. Cowichan, Sunday at 2'  p in, and Tuesday at 6 a. in.  Mails Ariiviiig:-���������Vancouver,  Victoria. Nanaimo, etc., Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday and  Friday nights,  Comox Distiict 1���������Wednesday,  Thursday and Saturday.  S. S, Cowichan, Sunday morn,  int* aud Tuesday about noon,  GIVERS YOUR  flEXT   ORDER  i,   **      i  for  lll������lillllll!lliilHlilll.Wfl������Hllil������I!ll"1llinHIIH������i������^^^^^^^  _A\\i-innii;j!iUiii'iitiiiiiiiira  I'CapitaiPiiid Up'$ll,56,0,000\:y'i:;  '       ; "Reserve $13,000,000. $ J  1, The Royal Bank1 of: Canada.   1  1- ,        ,/���������     :"   :    J-- ��������� -_^_i'"      .y^, I'  I DRAFTS   ISSUED-.IN. ANY" CURRENCY',-" PAYABLE   ALL j  | "    "     OVER   TH.K   WORLDS;        ;, .   -   ,'|  1 SPECIAL AT'i'lCNTION paid to SAVINGSACCOUNTS & interest 3 ���������]  I   at highest Current Rateu ullowcd on l^'Uoi-its of $1 and upwards.   |  | , CUMBERLAND, B. C, Bianch, Open.Daily, |  I-', , UNION WHARF, B.O.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays   '      'j|'  I D. M. MORRJSON, Mfinnger.  | COURTENAY,   B, 0 ,    BrancJi, ��������� Open Daily. '  I' , R. M. MARpWIOKE, Manager,-  %;iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;ii!iii!iiiiii������iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  I  Work of every description turned out  with  NEATNESS, ACCURACY AND  DISPATCH'  LOvST-A black enw wiih calf:  hole in each oar; cm in pled horn,  Give information at thin office.  "���������������0"*  Rntlinm is said to be the real  Ulixir Vitae. This time Ilio din.  co very is somewhat of. the simplest All it cottsistt-i of is the  piacjnjr of u iiiimitii iimount of  radium in nu earthenware recep*  fnfle at the bottom of a glass  bottle tilled   with   water.    The  jic,o. A fowiird of $.000 m cffero.1  by the novernnifnt (in Ii)-j enpture.  pMnsnulilo StophenFon tpojc hit1  j ijrQncr to ymicpuvpr.  it is claimed by Dr. Saubcrman  of Herlin, that it will restore tl)������ hardened arteries of  middle a-jji'd pei'r.in)������ to a lienlthy  oonditinn, 'bus prolon^inq lifr,  NMnplcMind ii h^vyc.lilne nv,.bjTljeWa,L,rijJ tJ|e boUje Cfln ,,e  x>n:lu'.(!iii'i!,m lu* lmnil,J. wyho  Willi a  buMoi'bolc il.ronph  hiu  iiiplcMind a he/ivy cilibie rfvub  -i i:|ir.(!li(-i|. iu bis hand, J. Wylio  PomiI'Imii), KijrHiii> nf ilia Xonh  rtnewfil for hundreds  ol   years.  "niicmivor Ik>imI of Imdii nii.l om-t for during all that time   ihe   rn-  .if    li**   i) f'i-1 iirrni.ii������nt   lni������ii:.^,    j- ���������,��������� ��������� .. y  ,    f i      ,* '.   ������������������     i ���������,,/   i,   i dniin will  remaijf .ictjve.���������V Jp-  ni.'ii ui  lit ������iy. ^-i-  f im 'I   'fci'i1;     ....  ii.    :',-.-.lity  -f er ;n ������������������������<   r.������-:n   Turn J >>H:i Co|o!i|4.  Ill" lb I ii J. t -~. N' ; !i   J.'������. win 11';. j  THE NECUS  Cumbefland.  \  i  I  !  P. Philupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  ;  NOTARY   PUBLIC  , ,   CONVEYANCING  tt  ii  DUNSMUiR Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  ik'iLtiamwmwiMajm'tsnwi'.tUt'iti. ������njm*uvMA^*****f*.)iut*vriw  =v.  WUTHKURMW tXMJsmm  Manufacturer of J9HNEBAL WATER  P. O. BOX 483  PH0NI3 20..,.  CUMBERLAND  a>am������r ArwMaaiaaa>aw������a������iuwa,aaMKiaifc,anaa������^,aw������wa.amHWa a  ������TlaWWIatlWa������������������a������a*anMKMMUIMWt  IF YOU GET IT AT  RLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL, RIGHT  fV^>{, n^^^ nrUJ^ t  Unless ifc Concerns You.  aSTBT COMOX CO-OPETOE SOCIETY ���������^m  Ox Beef BEST QUALITY ONLY Dally Fed Pork   SJPKWAL8 THIS WEEK   ll'ime CuicJ BniM>n--uneiiH)Ilco������l S^o u !t������ P.-tatntB A 1 Qmilfy, porflji..lr,...I1fI flo  U'fltHmokeH Ihcon..,,, Munrlb Oftir t* perniiok  ;  IM  i.>nili.*.W������ll������l������.rfll������iv,ii..       '"������S(t|OflI) Wnwlluli Wh tn Tiirr.lim  l.ftl)  \'i-ry Hont Pi-'BcrL Ajijiitu, ,91 (,5 ) c liox CMing*, Fnuli, \>n ll>.  5o  UuniN-Iin-l Quality 2fwi>0--lb Hn tbiit. YioAi, lowwt mnrVo*. pi loo,   Hflipt-MridttMiticeMttit  25jtwrlb Xnlnoi, Fi������������li, lowmt innrkta p������|.������   Ouiixa-tljolcgii Oibuforgflp Utoul FiCtU )ii:uH...,lVMt\oxi!lAisi$l,QO  Orders by Phone Promptly Attended to, Phone 25  Gyele for  Pleasure  ^^^^a m^^^      fk^^tm ^^���������%       aP^^%  business  i  Hut be sine first.tli.it you lrnvn ti wheel which will give  entire satisfaction���������a wheel which will ilo nw.iy with  cycling worries. Only such cycles are snh\ hy Plimley,  and whether you pay,l?3S or ������ioo you arc nssmeil of  nnixinuuii value iu uitpeuiane''.  finish ninl  ilunibiliiy.  tho;. plimley  739 YATES STRRET VIC'lO!cIA, B. C.


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