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The Cumberland News Jul 16, 1913

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 .yy:  , y<fyr.&^:-  /.t  ���������/.  <--\f.A  li\    - >*���������-'  / -    -  .-���������S-  ,^*-*v'y-vf- tJ!.  ///  ���������f'r*  A. Journal Devoted Especially, co tlie Interests of Comox District.  .������������������>-"iryA  Tiik News, .Twhistietii Year  CUMBERLAND, B.\GM WEDNESDAY, JULY  1(5, :q  rV-5-  ���������"���������PwaitmCTMCTixagMKiiinBapiromMHaaiM  ���������^���������"^���������sfl*^*w*><^ ���������^f������s3jwd^ ^v*^^^16**^^/*1*^^  Correspondeiice  Editor Nkws  Dear Sir:���������If you will' allow'  me a littlo space in your columns,  i would like to draw the -allen-  tiou of tlio public lo an article  in yo'iti- lust issue retelling lo  the tax rale by-la\\y which Mr.  McLean ' and ' OTHERS, had  quashed bef'oio ihe Supreme  Court. We, will lcavo Mr. McLean alone for the present, while  J briefly - refer to the others.  Some people may not know who  are referred to as others, but the  reason they do net know is be-  o-.iuse Ihey are too small loshow  themselves- This is one reason  why they picked out Mr. McLean  lo protest it, another reason, and  he'best one, to, is because ton.c  of these same people are .ones  who have been aldermen���������Toy.  and' possibly'an ex-mayor cr two  who have-been passing this.-same  by law year after year since' the  biithof the city in 1^96. J list think  of it; .taking these wise-Solomons (or modern   Solonis  as the  N 0  Islander would put il) seventeen  long years to find this out. .'Who  says we havo uo Rip Van Win  kles around here? It is strange  but true uever-the-less. These  gentlemen will probably liiuier-  stancl now "why ' the rate-payers  h.-iv.e'turned them down so often;  but still they persist   in --staging  /'S uBscr 1 i"T x^ $ 1 -p4:,a Ykar-. -  Work is proceeding- at; the  South Wellington minus of the  Pacific Coast Coal Mine Com  pamv There is as yet not' a  huge force of men, employed,  but coal is being sent over the  screens every daw As soon us  they are ready the management  will start a bigger forco of men,  and expect,lo go on increasing  their <iu������'|ut light along. One  of tiie worst feature*** of the strike  so* far as the company was concerned, was that it prevented the  completion of'new .wharves at  Morden. A large amount of  very 'costly machinery had been  ordered and shipped, and as a  result of J hi*1 strike the management wero. left with all thi*; on  their hands as well as having  the new development work tied  up. Finding Ihat unless > they  took special nieasu'ies to meet,  tho emergency their new enter,  prise would be tied up indefi  nitely, just at the most crucial  time, thev decided to call in con  traclois. ' 'This they have .done  and the work at the new shaft  is proceeding light along.- The  machinery they have on hand  aud on the way will ah be installed and tlie mines equipped  for,operating as rapidly , as possible.���������Nanaimo 11 e-rald.'  ���������jyaaciggcaaw;  IS   NOW   ON  ������������������������������,    "W.I1MI...������������������^..,.^.M,���������W.:,���������..W ���������   ,     ,   rm^^m,mmmmtmnm���������m ���������, .���������,,,.  We are fully prepared with a  complete stock of ''Gem" jars.  IN TIIK FOLLOWING LINES::���������  Mason Pints. ;., $1 00  Qiru-ts.... .;'...-. 1 15.  Hall' Gallons '.  1 -00  Economy Pints  1 y'0*  Economy Quarts., '  1 75  Economy Half 'Gallons..- '  2 00  ������aa 83������c9S:  s������&������  Also White Stoneware, comprising1  Cups, Saucers, Plates, Jugs, etc.  i*<nt KZ^jnrm jesir^uii  7- ���������*���������*���������*��������� ������"���������-* ���������w.-lJMt- j.������Jt^^-������������^.^.rmT.r-wTTM.|n| 1  THE, CORNER - STORE!  A^r������wiu7v������fccik^.vK-jMari������3f?t9������i'x*'v������fT^  -������?������-  theuiselve*" before the people for  on other fi  Uiht  Probabiv ��������� it  vvul  Kttn^rciurimvn'an^&tonKnn'n^  .Tg-.vwt������r>r'ia-*tfiv^uwMW3'u������cjuna*t^  $S������d Rewar  tike    them   another  'seventeen  yours to find oj.it, tliat "���������,lliey.' a 10  tii't "come hacks '" Now   !e',   us  ^.J^tf^'^^tv^fy^k^ ^*.^'t'-'';'^ see,.what.lliey   have.' girim-iy -y>v  ���������ik* Luting the by-law, The bylaw itself has.uot increased the  taxes any over the previous* year,  and in' so,i:e cases it has low-red  them, as is the case ofMrMcLean  the only difference being th;.t  his assessment, was "raided this  year some Iwo or three hundred  dollars, which surely with,all the  .prosperity that Cumlk-rhoid is  enjoying' (The , Islander)  could  Rey, .1 . and Mrs. IlooJ arriv:  .cd lioiue. from Toronto on Thurs-  ,d iv ovi'iiiiifi.  -������ts*>-  "Wo are pleased to sou "Cousin  'Pete"' homo again from hi*** visit  ,to Novu Scotia,  Mayor Campbell luliii'm-.d on  JSunnty lYi m 11 business Iriji to  Yiiiii'uiivor,  J', 1*. Harrison, bu lLlcy. ar-  ������������������ivwl lioino  from   a   1 rofc.-siounl  vi*it lo \ranc.oiivei  ou Tliiii'ijilny oviM  md   Victoria  ung.  Mr. und Mrs, Alex, Maxwell  and children arrived homo on  'iMiui'sday evening from n visit to  ���������Miv, Maxweli's mother, Mrs II.  Mt'Intyre South Prairie, Wu>di.  Mr. Vv, Me.F'iydon ol'the Uoy-  rd Bank --stuff arrived honi-.- fro in  a wry enjoyable, vacation I rip on  Saturday oveiiing. Mr, *\V. W,  Wilhird arrived homo 1'iiuit Vio  toi'iit on Siniiliiy morning-,    .  "Toiliinv" Whylo iri 1 >.\[ ice led tn  arrive iu town shortly from Su-t-  tli-r, Alberta. Mr.;', Why to ii now  .at Viini-ouu'i'.  AecM'ding to dispatches from  <!ic Hi-at nf war, ih" Jliilgr.riuiis  nro wori'o lionds ihan   lho Turku.  iitu .'ii.ip.i'o.i^H-t^ii, ^'iivy anu  4Mui'ii-l iiiiu-, liaiigbU'i**' ol Air.  T. K. Hutu, arrived Iron;. Niinui.'  mo by unto on Sunday, They  nro ui) oil tliwr vri nfiun.  ~nr  .The abuve reward will be paid  for infonuation leading lo Ihe  arrest and conviction of the, two  bandits who held up and lobbed  the two clerks of the Royal Uauk  while returning from Union Bay  on the afternoon of Friday, July  .|th. These men \v"ic dark  clothes aud dark slouch hats,  I'olh spoke v,-i'h a Ib'cigu ac  cent, M'eic about thirty-five sears,  of ago, one had a limp, ami both  were about 5 feet 9 inches in  height. Communicate at once  with any of "lho brunches of ihe  lloy.il Hank, or Provincial Police, Tha men aro supposed to  be travel li 11 p. ,'ii-ulh.  FORSAI.K-A Cyphet> U\~  eiibatoi', canaoiiv ii-If) eocr,,  Apply thi.i ollieo.  Just received���������A coiisii'iunent  not be his grounds for complaint. Oh no; far from' il, but  it is because they still smait  from the defeat of last. Jimuury,  and the sore has not. heakd up  yet, Cheer up, ihero is anothci  .election coming, and you can  try again; it don't coit, anything,  Anyway \ou will hear" the baud  piny "McCiniy's Lament.'',  Ono thing this council will be ah  lo lo show at llie end nf i(s term  will bo a eieau slateiiieul---1 he  bu.-t that has ever been 'iltai*i.ied  since    ii corporuiion-ihi-1    may  * ������  i-.ot appeal lu these, people, but  llie pubii-.*, al laigi' will ajipreei-  ate ii when it is considered rum  of steel and nibber tired bniigie:'j that wc have, ail the "i'mve-,''  domoe.ruIs, waggons, etc. Hr-Ufa | 'hal be,'' aj;uinst u:������, fvom tlu:  sh,.fisr wheel; a ml polls U-pt iu ! c������������' 'ha' s>tys h'.* will nn \ay his  stock aud made by lho c(;U'hvaW'!| ! taxes this year because this i  mani-l'av.tni-ci'*, iU'wy $���������. Com- j eouueii don't suit iiim. ^ueaniiig  panv, iN'oiilieal, Coim1 i\nd ins- 1 Ujui ur live, year.**,) to the banks,  peel   ihc-e' before   guii'-.-'  11.*-.----   'h'* piovincial poliee,   who   will  Hon.   T.    \V.   Crotliers,    the  Minisi.'er of Labor,   and   H.    C.  Demen Is,* MT~PTT6T~ ComoT-"AU  lin, arrived in town on Monday  evening -and remained ��������� at tlie  Union Hotel for a few hours.  Weai-e ti-'ui that the minister  gave audience lo tC i'e.v^.union  men, but, what the.;gist of their  conversation was wc , did not  hear. But if the interview, wns  ban-en of results, wc are not sur-  uri&ed. ��������� ���������  liy 1 aft a<'couni.s, Chief Constable Stephenson and Constables  Bert Stephenson and Ceo. Han-  nay were ou iho American side  in search- of the I-to)al Bunk  robbers. The robbers are like  the* Irishman's flea, when you  put your finger ou it, il ain't  theie.  . Ik-llingham, Wash.: July 1,2.���������  Coming lo this 'city* to purchase  new outfits of elothmg ..the two  highwaymen who on July 0 held  up iind rubbed two bank messcn  gers near Cumbeiland, B. 0., of  ,*f2,o00, succeeded in eluding'the  (���������Oicers and aro  again al large, one  on Orcas Island,- in the- fJt'mits,  and tlio oi her sonie.w hern on iho  mainland tu ar here, as the two  separated after making their ���������pur-  liluisos in a local utoro. The po-  lieo believe the slolen money is  liiddon im the islaiul and tliat one  returned ihero Thursdav i.-i'dit to  get il, bui has been kept froiu doing so o\vin-{ to a running- fipht  with ihe sheriff of San J'ulin conn  ty when the .high way men' lauded  there, Canadiuu detectives and  W'o.'t Sound odicors are. S'.'iii-ehiiig  OreaS Island with ' tho aid of  searchlights from boats along tho  hordinc*  Sil  doping  to  lash   the  John Lewis, a recent arrival  I'Vom Nanaimo, appeared before  Magistrate Abrams on Tuesday,  charged wiih using vile and abusive language 10 ward John  Thomson, a Colliery Company  "mph")y*-'e. [],->. was, convicted  and fined S30 and costs.  On the. null ii)-'t. in the U. n  District Court, !.'au lM-aucisco,  tin.* trial d.i'c- for tlie now famous We-lorn Im.u.1 Co, ;,ud  Oi;;,;s Camiir.;crfIi c:ai;i s will be  ���������.let by ]*'e. h. ;a! Ju<i';e Hol/ei'l  Beau, of Oieguu.  higliwayinui who escaped iu the  iiudiirbriish al'tei* the gun light  will) the hli-'HlT.  Friday Harbor. Wnzli., July i2  ���������Word eouie.*- from Orous Islatid  ihat Shcriji Jloyce wrth ��������� a parly  .leiirdiiiig for tlm Cumberland rob  hei'ij, ran acrnss Ihe bandils ami 11  pistol fight followod, but' tho ro'>  huri'M-apod. Sherilf Boyce slale>.  ho war. within eight feel of one of  ih" hiimliii*. mid liri'd ar. him ami  mis,"cd. The robber ic'ur.'ieJ thy  file but ll'*-* ; hot. al.-O    \>t;llt    w iJn  The sin rill' found a jiiiriU'i drop ���������  jn *l by iIii.. man, which contained  a dr.-'i'ri'itipu of (1).' men who rob  i'd llm Cumhi Hand hy,\)U c!e:l-:-'.  Kote -Tiutt slicrilf mu-,* l;av<'  been 11 d.nuiy -hoi, lo "lo witliiti  eiidu ii el if a man and r-onlihi'i.  nil h;iii,--L,d,  L, L, Stevenson, Ph. B. Opli.  D.0, general optician', will bo ai-  Peacey's Drug Store, on Thurs-  clay, Friday and Saturday. July  17,18 and 111. Eyes seieuili-  cally tested and glasses  fitted.  CA1M)' OK TRANK-g   Mr. Goorgo Willis and* Mr. an-.}  Mrs. Alfred Pickup, husband an.J-  pure* 11Bof iho l;ito AIi-b. "Willi*-*,  wish top thank ikeir many i'rie.iul-j  for lho sin'coio sympathy siiowu  in their reounl bereave.'.neii'i, al.0  for lho floral oiforin*.*;**.  J\lr. T. 1). McLean went 19  VaiH-ouvcr on Sunday on ������������������ biii-j.  ness'and returimd on Tuesdiiy,  , Johnny says that lie would  like to have it happen every day  in the week, and Hint good  government money is nil right.  Note Macfarlane Bros, semi*  annual clearance sale advoi'lhe-  nient on page .|. Il- will make  vou want 10 buy.  -**>-  *JJ*������#*. I'***!*) *',**,..  The Big Store is   siartiug   01}  Saturday, a big sale of boots nitij  i-hocs at gieatly ri'dtued   prices  This wiil be the time   to   aiicnd  to your ''understandings.1'  The Crown Theatre and City  Hall arc showing fine "'movies''  1 bis week, We expect Satur.i  day evening's programme nt  both houses will be of ���������*,���������::tr������   atr  traction.  1*1  Mu-s Minnie llcrbuiy will  bnveUiii wueU'Wi a vucatiou  trij>.  where.��������� George   B.  Courtenay,  B. 0.  Lei;.'l)to!),   -iol let us engage  our own  uwu ���������  last <>1 all Ihe gov-  '���������'  ... ,���������������,,,  ���������.���������li-'I'll.  i.iiilml-1  Lt^y-  ���������:',i!*.!i'.i-,*  i'lilii'.;1'':,!'.!.'.  \,r  -vV-  <-grapnel; am  eiijuiei!*. tu n, u,,   i-'i   )->u i-.'.;i,W|s  WAjNlLl)���������AgiMitii   for   I'uvt j 0111 imiyoi dues   n<u   oeioni-    tin |j  elans liro   eoinpariv in tho C.ouiox. I the same side,  so,   iheielou*   nu J  1 13  Coiirtoiuiy uud  (hiinberlainl   i)i,������-   pap v, ii! b'.'dishid out,as ha.; la.,. 11 i j  trirl".     A.'iTi'v    I'tit   U1!!''!'     I'uv ion   fiilier f^ei-:-. --io'-i ������������������    'i'i������.>���������.-(��������� -,i.-, i>\f  V-'.xx'yyW "' ^������������������'���������.!i;ilh.*;ili-'!':���������;���������������������������;.���������  ! ��������� "     .     ,'* ' I    '   I,   |.i;" f,0   ���������      ��������� ('   !.    ,/. , ;   I'll   '  j "���������' i'1 !' 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I'.l'.l    lol  eli;-i'*;e  1-..K  ,l'l  a'nid  v  tc-   i't>::,ni  *m!-i  li'lj- (:-::>  sv.l!  10  11 ��������� tl :  (������������������'(.a :  ���������, 1 -r :  ..-:ii''ll wiil !  1-j.',. 1 ���������' '��������� a;  inii; ���������)������ * * ���������''  'in:' <di ' 'iii;  !avV.  ;\i.  . i,i-    1 .i.e.  t. mi li'iri  * ��������� * t *  ��������� -   1 .  ii.,',;  . '. \'.-.\ y������  mi*  ;o   ���������  1.,1',   .,  ma'-.*'*  : t  '  lit  I'll"  .V.      .������i.\>. iV ..i-l-  :*,ii I---1*  ltrt������ - ,.,'tilv1'  ������ r-  II  AW\    lt\  Ik   WA  ,.jy -p'y  o y\y-%-,<j  i.'ut in cuiRUi-tiniiM-.tnil fitylc  wiih ymxixx V'tf-Uij  l-aii'n, and v/ith all tlm n������a -oii'*- lnti-st i)np;ov������'.iu:ita  in novtii'.y ch:iliiii',;  Wi- havo Wjkv :x\ i'o "t ;>i.i*.- cl tho h'l-r-f-jt runy't lu   'Cu;j.n;f"  >,..  (-4 n 1- r t���������% r������rA rt  ty     ">������a   11    1   m    ���������������    V-  .-��������� ���������   * i- ..... ..-.,  -���������ti-yy ���������-*��������������������������� :*,!''--������������������ *"1 'ovi; '.������������������,".-i  '���������"'*-.  l i .:���������.!  V,-'.   i!  ���������*-i yi t rhown ir.ftficj in hn-f Cnr-ibricA ni������<l ?.��������� jihyrt in  j.l������i.u t.i.U <*tl,v������������; !"i ti.i.i<- n y'-:..  1. ,/\ ���������.���������'imt': i A..r\  -������ ** <*r t *���������   * w#  -  ������ 4 *t*J^-rf#'^- ft*J**\ .THE NEWS. CU-MBERLA5JD, IS, a  #^  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. R. Ptmshon  %  Wtm, Lock A Co., Uml'Md  London, Melbourne & Toronto-  (Coatuitiec)   '*,  Up ran down-the stairs asai;** still  searching and still'-assuring himself  ihere was no possibility of tho second  assailant Joan had spoken of being  nnywhere about. ' It occurred to him  that perhaps Joan liad heeii tho second assailant, herself���������-that perhaps  Joan had deliberately led Dora into  sonic trap1.  When ho reached tho doorway  again Dora was still clinging In terror  to Jean, who was still trying her best  to .soo.Uie. and comfort her. Hearing  him coining, Joan looked at Thorold  and he said roughly to her:  There is no one (here.  lint there is, cried Joan. I tell  you there" were two men and only  one ran away, and 1 heard a'. * door  close. Walt here and watch while  wo iind a policeman.'   "  -There is no ono.0there and all the  doors are locked, snid Thorold In tho  same rough tone. One man I saw  escape���������the other, whoever lt was,  must' have escaped since.  But impossible, cried Joan, and then  something she saw, in bis eyes fixed  buruingly on her, '.truck her Into silence. Oh, she said softly, terrified  by his look of which she could not  imagine the meaning. v, ������������������  y.Iiss Rose, Thorold said, let me take  your arm���������1 wlll take you home.  But Dora shook her head faintly  and clung to'.Joan, who looked at  Thorold in haughty displeasure. She  thought him rude In the extreme.  She wondered again what mado his  eyes burn so. A good deal frlghte'n-  Jecl now; she made a protecting gesture  with her arms aliout Dora-as, if to  shield her also from Thorold's fierce  and vivid glance.  Thorold saw the gesture and lt. .angered him still more. - ������  Oh,- that will*do, lie said. I think  we understand each other���������and'I will  see,Miss Rose home.  But Dora, half fainting still, clung  lo Joan, and over the shrinking sirl's  head. Joan's eyes blazed at Thorold.  I do not understand you, she said  with difficulty, you are cowardly. "Wliy  -dn you not help us?  But if Joan's eyes- were on fire with  her ang~eii^TlHrr~oiti1s~glarice~n'iet-hers-  Outing Shoes  For  Everybody  THE  PERFECT SHOE  FOR SUMMER SPORTS  ASK YOUR DEALER.  undismayed, and with an expression  so- wild and strange that she was as  much bewildered as afraid*.  Do you know, ho said.. I believe I  havo seen your photograph1 once,  Oh. you are surely mad, she exclaimed with fresh, terror.  Not I, not I, he answered. .Shall  I tell you where?���������in a house on' tlie  downs.  With a low cry, as if he had struck  her, Joan shrank back, aud Thorold  putting his strong arm aliout, the almost unconscious Dora lifted her  away. Ono tout look he gave ihe  trembling Joan���������one last look more  .vivid, more Intense, more charged  even than before' will) strange and  'bidden meanings, and then -hurried  Dora away, carrying her Indeed, for  her foot did no more I ban' touch the  ground; to his car. He placed her  in lt, and a moment Inter they wore  off and Joan was left standing'alone  on the pavement.  Oil, what a man, she muttered, echoing unconsciously both tho escaping  convict and tho poet, Why ho must  be mad, she enld trembling. Mud-  how he looked nt me,  Thorold, who had uot. onco glanced  back at Joan bum. ding solitary on the  pavement, nukcl Dora one or two  quoK'imiK, but. ���������(lie girl was lu no stun-  to tins wet- any one. . lie drove  )��������� i wish I. lo her aunt's, wliore the. eld-'  or Miss Rose foil Into sueh a slato of  agitation at seeing Dora's condition  that. Thorold could do   nothing   but  Broke Into Sore. Itched and Burned  So Badly Could Scarcely Sleep.  Red and Inflamed, Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Entirely Cured,  217 (--���������'wnMni-il Ave, Toroiiin, Ontario,���������  " My iriiulih* wim Mirli-nmi \ilim nliuvn my  Wilde, !(, I'-������������������;l;<t Irilo ,'t ������n������t <*< hlcli nvts jijtlll-  ful. Tin' i-iii-f lii'lTi'i' imiiI Inirnwl en hiully  Mint Ironlil M'liively i.li-rj*, Tin* Uiln nrouml  It, i-iiim led nnd IiiIIiiiiumI, 1 ai'itil not, wi**-  i- ...linn fur iIkM wi i-l.f. 1 n-Ivd Hi'vorul -'Int-  iiicntMlmi ilu-y illilu'iiwiiiioilDlinnyKoiiil.  Tlii'ii I wns ii'<w<inirmli*(l to u&n (.'utli-nn*.  ���������������������������'������������������ip-iniU'l-il-i'i-ni. .1 I'UtlU'il wlili tlio full.  i'mil Soap iind put ii Id ilo (.'iiil<-iinv olnt-  iviimiI on nml ilii'y u*r,n ilie i/i-i-alciil. 1-Hli'f,  111 a tow wiclintlid Mii-ij was i-nlliT'ly rurrd,",  ^--...ic',-1/ .���������'���������.. .'���������'.... ��������� >,.-..,;','..;::, ���������'*::, '  SALT RHEUM ON BABY'S HEAD  Vr<,i,:Ut(vt., Varirt'.iil, Cr, , N\ 8.. "My  baby win nlmui (lin-n wccUi old when lin  had i.nli, liu-iim nn liln |*i-,v| und furi'lii'ml,  j. i,. i>, .1 tn m iiiuii flun mi.ii fl)\|cti rnmp  on hli lii-'id nnti ilmm our Mi tonlu'iVl  mid fitiiiiril u IihimI. liro wit mm, U looU'il  n-rrlblo, nnd ll"muil liavo Imihrri'il hint  ���������tulto tt lot, nslm wmild nol Mcrp. I usod  d> *AP*.li lilm iiiih ilio (Mtlcm-a, soap nml  lir,a vmt-T und put (lin Ciiilfur.-i Ointment  iii), mid hi tlirco wi'il.H lil������ hcml und foro  'icwl v.iti! >\>-iit. 1 i...i'. ������i������.*i������ ii,., ','.���������!.'./  ������.f tlm (..'uilriira Oliittncnt ami futli-nrii  h-jn.." \'.i'Ml) Mr. ������������������������< i-crt ll. ������il-ii,  Nov, Jrt, JL'M. |,  ���������"uili iiw hoii|������ and f.'i'li'i'uni OliUnicnt art  n������il l*)' ijnii;������n" ATiU i*r,'.lus nirj-fhue.  A rlnglo t������ In ntun I'lfTMint. Ulnral  Mtniil-oofi^cbuu'illi-'i fivi*. -filth 32-p. Mlij  lio-uk. Auchci* p,.a ('-it'll Vidu r V> ..m it  CUju. Cwm., Ucu;. itiy, tl'iiton, V. H. A.  VV. N. U. WO  pacify her  by prom I si np; to  fetch a  doctor In his motor-car at once.  The doctor reported that Miss Dora,  wns suffering from shock and must  not he disturbed on any account by  any questionlnp;, and Thorold having  waited till late Intho hope of hearing  something more, had perforce to ro  away unsatisfied. Ho went by Wilton May no's rooms but .they seemed  still unoccupied, and though Thorold  hung about till past midnight he saw  nothing of his friend, nor., could he  Imagine what bad become of him.  That night he did not go to bed at  all, but sat. grim and wakeful ln his  armchair, thinking of the strange  meeting of the day, remembering his  dead young brother and the. days*of  their childhood together, remembering  Joan's clear, dark eyes and how unflinchingly the-* had endured his menacing and gloomy gaze, resolutely  forcing his mind, to dwell upon the  futuro and tho task that lay before  hlm,-1  W'hen lt was light he bathed and  changed his clothing, and then setting  off In his car, arrived at 'Ma'yne's  chambers at a time when the poet  was-generally sound asleep in bed.  And lt was in extremely scanty attire  ���������that Mayne opened the door to admit him. ,  Why, Thorold, he said, you are an  early visitor. I was in the soundest  sleep Imaginable when I heard your  car puffing and coughing under my  window. What a noise the, thing  does make���������after all, Thorold, much  as you may like your car, you must  admit that between a horse and a motor-car there is all- the difference  there always Is between God's work  and man's.   ���������  Never mind that, said Thorold impatiently. I want to tell you something.  Well,, just wait till I dress���������sit  down, will yon? said Mayrie motioning  Thorold to a seat'in tho sitting-room  as ho retired Into his bed chamber;  lie had not shown much curiosity  at Thorold's early visit, and seemed  indeed, in one of those quiet, absiract-  ell )nood"i?,~^)riTe*\vi"iTa���������rosembHng-4he-  state of a man recovering from the  effect of a strong drug, which his intimates ..would smilingly whisper to  one another was a sigh that the recent creative energy was so intense  that the poem it had produced had exhausted all his vitality. So well was  this.understood that when he presently came back into the room fully  dressed, Thorold said impatiently:  Have you been 'writing again?  Yes, answered Mayne languidly and  threw him a' blotted, Bcriiwled-over  sheet of paper which was headed in a  straggling irregular .hand: To Youth  Laughing; and which was the first  draft of thnt poem which afterwards  attained such wide recognition,  I*thought as much, grumbled Tho>  old.  It was Dora put. it Into my head,  said Mayne slowly, hearing her laugh;  all day it was running ln my head to  try to put her laughter, tho daughter  of the youth of the world, down upon  paper, "and there it Is, he concluded,  lils'voice at tha end almost Innudible.  And were you out last night.? Thorold asked lu the uanio impatient way,  or were you just Bitting here busy  with this thing? ���������  ' Mnyno looked vacant, and rather  troubled, ITo put his hand to his  head with a troubled worried posture.  Upon my bouI, Thorold, he mu tiered, 1 can't remember���������yet, let me boo  ���������wo woro choosing tlio furniture���������-  yes, wo woro chooiilng ihe furniture  ���������aud I said good-byo to Dora nnd  Miss Roue���������yes, that poem was In my  head nil (lie time���������upon my soul,  Thorold, he said with a pettish anil  uneasy gr-Kturo. 1 don't know���������I cannot ronieinboi���������what nre you bothering nm for?  Only this, said Thorold grimly, thu I.  whllo you were busy with this thing  ���������lie tiliook tin.' mitiuiscrlpt rat her con-  tomptuounly in the air, for ho i-ould  never rid lilnn-elf of mi Jmpj'PHHlnn  that, writing poetry wns nnt real work  ��������� thnt it win-* all very well tor an  nmiiHeniciit or n hobby, hut not. worthy  to be ii man's nolo work ln (ho world  --���������por.Hlbly whllo you won* wrlilng  It In 1hls very room. MIhh Itimo was  iiKackcil cm tbe Inwllng <-iil.**ldr, hnd  her will Hi fiolen and for nil 1 know  wns nriirly inurileroil,  flood (iod wiiiil do you menu? cried  Wilton Mayne, springing lo his feel,  nil his liiiif-iiour ll-ftl on the lm-tiint'  What 1 my*, Thorold n-lorteil, whnt  elso hliuiild I nitan? And ihere wa.i  with her at tho time���������tho woman���������  that woman liln brca<-t hf-nved with  no profound an uinoHon that for tins  moiii'.'ii! hi* was nimble to spenlc,  KranK'H inunliTCHB, ho Bald, nnd sud-  tn-iiiy um'..u '..'... :.-'.  "'���������',' h'" vip-iit  l.M.ll.  Thorold, ntilil Mayne ngtiln In \uv)  agitated (oiick, tell me plainly��������� Dora  ���������illiicln'il- tell me vl-ihi'y for h^u-on'i-  iiiilu\ mini,  In  hherl   fierce seiilniicen,  Tlio ml il  iii.u im-i* .- v.* '.:.   -:-." ���������!'"���������> ���������"'"hi  lie told how he had t-eeii Momliiy, ihu  dlHchnrj-ed vnli-t, running away, and  he put forward the theory that Aoan  liail'-r-ii-'cfil Dora there to be attacked and luiihtA hy Mimdiiy. Tho poet  flnmi.-'l up in fiery Indignation when  i.i. ���������*.*. 1' r-'o'-id what hit tl happened,  and wns nil for nihliiinj off then and  ���������ii/ir in ������i.f. how Dora wan. lint  Tht'i-i.i'd i'l-in'nrl-M h'.m of the tiiu*;���������  U v.-af. hltli not eight o'clock- and ns-  fci.-jl'.d j".���������"i'lM.-ly thnt MlfcH Dora hail  ���������'.-���������.������������������-������������������;*<.l i,���������*> l.u'it, and fliirtlly Mnyno.  f.at ihiwn niiiiin.  li-id :<'h i.-.nn t.'.ti'i< .:'.'.:��������� .'.ry, he f-*'A  ',..;,:. < '..:���������;������������������ :-V.r.nry  Ii >. ncr-.d, 'i'.'-wi.i'.d. mul 1! Is at  li,,.!    . "i -.-. ������������������'���������.I   rbat nt 'In   mio'moii;  this attack is mafie on Miss Dora by  Monday, this Durand woman -should  turn up again.  Ah, you suspect��������� said Mayne slowly, and when he glanceu up ahd saw  how Thorold looked, he lifted his hand  as if to shield himself from a blow.  Ah, what do you mean to do? he  whispered ln a voice of fear.  Clear accounts with her, said Thorold slowly.  - ���������   ��������� "  '   How you do. hate hor, May no murmured In the same low tone.  Yes���������yes, exclaimed* Thorold,. but  he looked startled as though it were  a shock to him to hear Mayne's words.  V38, I do hate her, he said, putting  his hand to his huart. Strange���������it  Is like a fire there���������the way I hato  her..  But, said Mayne, vory gravely,, iny  dear Thorold���������as your oldest friend  let. me���������you know, the law,  Oh, the law, retorted Thorold bitterly. As I seo l**, it is a duty laid  upon me to seJ that Frank's death is  avenged.  Ah, vengeance, .repeated Mayne In  a sad and' musing tone, there Is no  such thing ay ve:'.-jc.*.nce���������there Is  only fresh wrong���������can you net imagine,, Edward, can you not Imagine  how the -dead smile when they, hear  us talk of vengeance?  (To be Continued)  Sample free It vou write The National  Drun   nnd   Cliemlcal     Co.,    of    Canada,  'Limited,   Toronto.  Couldn't do It  Look here, begrn the man, as he  entered a butcher's shop and displayed two black-aiid-blue eyes, you havo  fresh beef for sale? I have, replied  the butcher. .  And fresh beef is good for black  eyes?  It is.  Very well. I have ihe eyes and you  have the beer. Do.you-think you  can Bell me a pound or so without  asking ine^iow I got decorated?.  I will do my best. ,  The butcher then cut off and weighed tho meat, and received the money  for It without another., glance at the  customer. That was not the end,  I however. A sudden-wave of curios-  ! lty swept over, him. and he laid lho  money down and said: Here, I'll make  you a present of the meat. Now, tell  me about the fight*.  Great G:neroslty  - She sighed. I saw tho loveliest  lace curtains today, she murmured. I  did want them so badly. She sighed  again. But. I knew you5* wished, to  economize, dear, she concluded, so I  didn't get them. And yet a. third  time she sighed. '  Then ho spoke. That's too bad, my  dear! he said generously. Anything  which adds to your happiness and  brings gladness to your eyes; anything which brightens your domestic  cares and gilds the lowering clouds;  anything which borders with sweet  flowers the thorny paths, oi duty and  appeals to your aesthetic nature, you  are welcome to, my angel���������if lt does  not cost more than fifty cents;  Get out, you ornithorhynHnis! The  man departed meekly? Who's that?  inquired a friend of the speaker. An  ornithorhynchus. How's that? Well,  Webster defines him. as a beast with  a bill..  To have tbe children sound and  healthy Is tlie first care of a mother.  They cannot be healthy if troubled  with worms. Use Mother Graves'  Worm' Exterminator.  -   Land of the Free  ���������jtn-AineiH^a!i-pa-poi-!:elate-s������UitUJJia,.  political boss of a small western town  drove his   -buckboard   ai   top   speed  down the main street on the' morning  of the election,  . Hey, Johnnie! he yelled to his son,  git down in the Fourth Ward, quick!  There's people down there votin'0 as  ���������they blamo please!  The world admires a man who  tends to his own business  A. crank  who  makes a  success  a genius.  lt-  ls  Where Jake Drew the Line  Jake Tanneiibaum owns a theatre  in Mobile, where tho Race 'question 5:  very acute. Furthermore, he exercises great care In his scrutiny of the  bills any company wishes to preseLt  In. his house. One morning he received from.-a celebrated Shakespearean actor the list of plays to be put  on during a run of seven days.  ���������I see here, Romeo and Juliet;* said  Jake, running his finger Apy:n the list,  and I will stand for thaf. But" I  shrink when -I- think of that fellow  playing Romeo.' And hero's'Hauilet.  No man living can. play Hamlet as he  should be played. And here is Othello!.   ���������      .; '���������    *    * '  At this' point 'Mr. * Ta*.tnenbau..i  leaped out. of his chah- and hung" on  tho ambient'atmosphere a long ..'-id  lingering'groan.  . It is too much! he cried In anguish.  I am no fanatic. I am not a crazy  man on tho "Race question. . But I'm  a son of a gun if I'm going to have in  my theatre any black man handing out  ii lot of mushy talk to a white woman.  Had His Revenge '  He was a surly and quarrelsome olil  farnierv and the only person of any  Importance, who had managed to avoid  'clashing with him was Lhe mild-mannered vicar. 0  ' Bv.;. even this iorbearlng gentleman  lost his temper when the farmer impudently turned his horses loose In the  churchyard and refused io take them  out again.  High words ensued, and the vicar  so far forgot himself as to call the  farmer a bioken-down old mule.  Off went; the farmer'on the'Instant  and crashed noisily Into the village  lawyer's ollica.  Tho vicar has just called mc a broken-down old mule, he bawled. What,  nm 1 to do?.- ���������  Now the lawyer had once, received  a severe rebuff from tho farmer, anl  had waited for yenra for a chance to  repay it. Hero was his opportunity,  and he seized it wJtn both hands.  Don't como to me about that, he  said, coolly. I can't patch you up. 1  am no veterinary -surgeon,  ANM PIMPLES  AND ERUPTIONS  In the Spring Most People Need a  Tonic Medicine.  One of the surest signs that the  blood Is out of order is the pimples,  unsightly eruptions and eczema that  come frequently with the change from  winter to spring. These prove that  the long indoor iife of winter has had  its effect upon the blood, and that a  tonic medicine is needed to put lt  right. Indeed there are few people  who ���������do not need a tonic at this season.' Bad blood does not merely  show itself in disfiguring eruptions.  To/this same condition is due attacks  of rheumatism and lumbago; the sharp  slabbing pains of sciatica and neurr.1-  gla;' poor appetite and a* desire to  avoid exertion. You cannot cure  i,hese troubles by the use of'purgative  -lTTeti Mire$==y-ori���������n e e d���������a*���������t-o n I o-r-nn d���������a-,  tonic only, and among all medicines  there is none can equal Dr. "Williams'  Pink Pills for their tonic,,life-giving,  ncrverrestoringypowers. Every 'dose  of this medicine- makes new, rich  blood which drives out ��������� impurities,  stimulates every oigau and brings a  feeling of now health aud energy to  weak, tired, ailing men, women and  children. * If you are out,of sorts  give this medicine a trial and see how  quickly it will restore the appetite,  revive drooping spirits, and Jill your  veins with new, health-giving blood.  , You can get the.e pills from any  medicino dealer or by mail at 50 cents  a box or "six boxes for $!i..*i0 from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockvllle,  Ont.  '  It Pab Better  Whilf* travelling through the West  a man lost a valuablo dog, nnd immediately proceeded to the olliee* of (Jio  Hustler's Review in the'town where  ho was stopping. Entering abruptly, ho said to tho editor: I've lost n  clog. I'd like to have you Insert  this ail. for, me:  Sev nty-llve dollars reward for the  return or. a French bulldog answering  the name of Darwin, hast seen on  Ttirn.r'B Road.  We're Just, going to press, ,j.ild the  editor, but wo'll mnuago to hold the  edition for your ni!.  After returning to the hotel, ,the  owner ot the dog decided It might be  best to add (o his mlvertlsemont: Nj  quesllonn asked: lie returned to the  olflciv to find the place'entirely deserted suvo for a red-hiilred youth who sat  gassing intently out of (he window,  Whero Ih everybody? he.asked. ,  Gone to hunt tho dnwg, replied the  lad, without ronioilng his giuu from  tliedlHtaiif *uel<lu,'   ,, - ���������    '������������������ .,  Aok for Mlnard'o''"BniJ''.tn|<e:,'hi(l. 'Q-'.'icr'  ���������'���������������������������' i������������������,���������:���������r r^*7-?*.'^/!'-i;C.  She Wanted Comfort' '���������' ���������       '  An old conn ivy woiiniii,"c'omnollou to  r>R In a BiiffoaitltiB Hinolilng compart-  incut In 'a crowded excursion train,  ���������riikciI open-mouthed through tho window at n lady on the platform who wna  KlvliiK the porter i'n]iiiiihI.!v<> Instruct-  IniiH rorciirding tho Htornfic- ot hot* hlcy.  de.  Hco that you llnd tho bost placo ln  tlm vim, porter, and llx It very wecure-  ly, and don't, let anyone play wllh (ho  bell, nnd c.Ioho lho windowb ho thnt  nobody can steal It, nnd cover up tho  handle barx and make sure that tho  train doesn't Klmku It jib It goon oyer  the potnlB.  Tho porler promised (-lavish obedience, pocketed IiIh tip nml Utrnod to  ������>���������' ''*<'>'���������'.-' ���������  One moment, young follow, cried tho  old womnn, leiuiiup; out of tho v.im'ow  nud cutcliliig lils arm, I want to get out  of here, It nln't half eoHy enough.  Hero'������ tuppence; now show mo tho  way to the, hlcyclo van.  i A Running Account  ���������/Briefer, tho solicitor, was ar.gry. It  Avas easy to seo that from, the vicious  way ho. was filling In rt Ifillot cost.  Snip tho tailor, had actually had the  impudence to send his-bill in twice,  and now his llfJe son had come to  demand tho money.  I am too busy to attend to such-a  small matter now, ho,s.-ld. Tell your  father I'm not-going to run away.  Away went the youth "with the nif s-  sage, but very' soon, be returned.1.  Father says he must have the money please, he lisped in childish innocence. ���������  Tut. tut! Didn't you tell him I was  not going to run away?  " Yes, sir.     Please, sir.     I told him  that all right but he told me to. tell  you, sir, that he was I  As Man to Man'  Dick, I never tloaght my little boy  ��������� would tell his mother a falsehood, exclaimed the mother in tho well-known  more-in-sorrow-than-in-anger. kind 'of  voice.  'Twasn't really a story, muttered  Dick, with downcast countenance. I  didn't, run in the road, but only ln the  gutter. , .  That makes It worse. Half,a story  Is worse than a whole 'one, aa I've  told you often. And noV I feel.it to  be my duty to punish you severely,.   '  This duty, be its said, the mother  performed most conscientiously. When  father returned home, therefore, in  tho evening he found Dick looking  very red-eyed and .disconsolate.  Well, my poor little man, he asked,  what is the .matter?  Nulling, snuffed Dick!      -   -  But something must be wrong, sonny.     Tell mo.  Oh well, If you want to know, said  ^Dlclc. with a;> s"cowir"rve"just-b:e.en*''  having an awful row with your wife  Teacher- Now who cnu writ-: me a  Bontnnco containing tho word gruesome?  Tommy went up to the blackboard,  und this Ik whnt ho wrote���������-  Dud did not -shavo for a week and  grew fiorno whiskers.  Pn, was .lob a doctor? Nol. thnt 1  know of. Then why do peoplo have  so much to sny about the patients'  of Job?      , ��������� ' .';  ���������----    r.Y    '  CLIiARED AWAY  .  Proper  Food  Put the Tro&blc, *Aw������-<y   ������������������        'Vi.'j.'/.V^.v  Our own IrouhluH always nee--',-ji';or'b'  Bfivero tliun nny olhci-H. Hut 'when a  mnn Is unable to cut even n light  breakfast, for year*-, without ficvore  dlHiresH, hn haa trouble enough.  It In muiill wonder ho III-.ch to tel!  of food which cleared away ihe troubles.  "I an> nhiil of lho opportunity (j  1 oil of thu good firupc-Nutfi line dono!  for me," writes au EiiBtern num. "For  ninny yearn I wna nimble lo cai ovon  a light lin-iikf-ist wltln. it great surfer-  Ing.  "After eating I would suddenly be  a.'...v,.1. * !'!'. :"���������' t*M'-l'*3' nf or\\\n in fi rl vn.  mUltif. This would bo followed hy  headache and miner; Una woulli  t-onietlmcN hist .. ivviAt or wore, U-nv-  ing me ������<> weak 1 could hardly alt up  or walk.  "Since T bounti to eat Grape-Nuts  I    L-'"    1""1    f'''"'''    trom    thn      old  trouhlea.     I usually vat '.'riipe-.N'utii  ono or moro Uiucr a day, tflldtig it  nt lh������ beginning of the me:;!.   Novr I  enn eat nliuont anything i want without (rouble.  "When I began t   une Grnpe-Nulo I  wni* wny under wy usual weight, now  I wtlfcb. 30 ponnuB moro than I ������*\u*  weighed In my life, and I nm glad to  jinc'tlc of tin- l'������ .A tli.a I;;ik uuracil ihe  c-nnnft*."     Nnm������* ghcu by Can;nllnn  ���������posluiH  Co., Wlii-hor, Ont.      ltrnd  tlio HUlo booklet-, "Tho Uoful to W-uU-i-course  \Hle," l������ DkKS-   "Thc-ro's a Umton." i pc-ilC?  .    Ever  read  the  rbove  letter?     A ,       77���������;; TT... 1  ��������� new one ������ppear������ from time to time. 1    So thi Pni'.V.n hnve lost thMr ���������plen  j Thfy are ���������genuii'.-t, line. *i\ti Cull tf hu-' M 'w'><?     Vf������, flic marred Into tho I  '��������� man lntere*t. ' family-  Seeing Is Believing  The weather was ,.wet. Business  had been bad. Hence Farmer Giles,  never amiable, was even more Irascible than usual.  As ho stepped down from the cart  on his return home from the market,  he noticed a lantern-light moving  about, near his kitchen premises, and  proceeded at once to make Investigations. *        -    ,  To his surprise.' e discovered a yokel, lantern in hand, talking to his  niece.  What's yonr business here? demanded Farmer Giles peremtorily.  I be como a courtln' master.  Camo n-what? ���������   ���������  '' A-courtin', sir.     I be   a    courtln'  Mary.*  It's a lie. You've como-here thieving, You know you have. No mail  goes courting with a lantern. At any  rate, I never did.  No, sir, replied the yokel quietly. I  shouldn't think so, Jutlgln'' by tho missus!  liliiiiNi  iiiliiiiEi  *"**-��������� 0  RRTS,  EDUCKTIQIT,  MEDICINE,  SCIENCE,    .  including  EMGIHEERMQ  Arts Summer  Session  Jul; 2 to Aug. 16  1WG-STO&  HOME STUDY  The Arts course  fflsjr be .takes by  correspondence,  bot ttud-jnt'E desk-  lot: to graduate  tsutt attend one  teuton.  .For calandare write  G. V. CHOWN  Kloffilon, Ont  ���������m  J^TMLQ.  Maypole Soap  CLEANS  AND DYES  Givt 1 jicli glowinc  colon, fadcicnintun  w ludj. Dyes cotton,  ���������ilk, woolot mixtuie*.  Uie it yo,ui������eH at  house. No hbuble���������*  co muM. 24 colou-���������  will give tny ������hade.  ColoislOcblnck 15c.  at youi dulei'i ot  postpaid with booklet  t"Kowto-Dye-{roBS-  F. 1; BEHEMCT ���������!  ���������Hm^Mw-i���������n 11 ��������� mi 11     i*****   '"~ 106  & CO. Montreal  ���������*-  "J  CANCER  Henry Augustus was learning to  dress himself. He was not so big as  the name Rounds.  Mother, looking on, -said: Why, my  son, you havo your uhoow on the  wrong feot.1  Well, screamed Henry Augustus,  Uiey'ro the only feet I have to put  'em on!  Holloway'n, Com Curo takes tho  corn out by' tho roots. Try Ib and  prove lt,  Book Tree.    A irnsplj  Home  treatment "removed  tump from thic lady's brea������l  Old norcs, ulcers .and  trowtk* cured.    Docriho  fen.- trouble; we will iccii book and letlimboiala.  THE CANADA CA.NCER INSTITUTE, WmiTeo  , \* CHURCHILL AVE,. TORONTO  Always Reliable  Relief from the ailments caused  by disordered stomach, torpid  liver, irregular bowels is given  ���������quickly, safely, and assuredly���������by the tried and reliable  BEECMM'S  ft ILLS)  Seld ernry-wlKte.  In bosei, 25 centit  A Pleasant Prospect  '���������-. T,'t\>i)ii\,,'y.oli':',to''ip\it 'up conic wallpaper I 'imvo'^YiS/iJKut, ealil tho country  olfii'K^)iiuh';ui^u%i.U*-tJ local lnnn-of-  >������ft*rvSJ*������". iWwvmM',M'u?  /<-.'i*W^!i\>bi^^j,Mtb"ou.nee, tm  raUic.^htbj'l Jubt rm<.    I/limiK Mvb,  K~~ yentoi'dnyi' Irm lmriKlii'K your  cHm-clhvftl'iion'today; but It It's cou,-  vcnlpiit I'll drop round and hang your  vcvoronco 011 Wcdnosilay.  A������k for Mlnartl'o nnd tako no other  Ho���������A woman I������ alwnyn Illogical.  Sho���������How do you malio that out? Ho  ���������alio cnu always remember her birth-  day, hut novcr her nB*.  ^.II.XIII        l������     ���������   I ���������"��������� ������������������������>���������*  Rho (Huddonly)--Dld I henr somo-  IhliiR fall? Ho (timidly)���������I dropped  a renmrk,  Lapsc9 of Novelist-;  Novelists aro In a hurry a', times,  hut only a low of tholr readers aro  critical. In a detective etoryof many  years ago tho villlau carried up to his  room a casket containing 50,000 bov-  erclgna ami handed lt to accomplices  on a ladder.  Thin Is ocllpsod lu a novel,-by Mr.  Guy Roothby. Hero tho vllllnn stipulates that 100,000 pounds In hard cash  KhiiU ho brought to lilm secretly at tho  plnco appointed. A gontlcnan wllh n.  woaknei*������ for arithmetic statoa thin  amount of gold wo^iltl weigh 1; largo  part of ivlon. -. ��������� ' -  A Common Complaint  A. little glvl caino to hor moth or ono  morning and imhl:  Manimii, I don't  feel very well,    "Well, thiU'u top ippO,  nnld mamma; whero dd*>yoV^ol*.,lho*.  ���������woi'Bt? ,        in Kchcol, was tho prom it- roply.  ���������������������������   1  class  Tho bUhop was examining  of girl".  What'K tho bout jircparatlon for entering tho state of matrimony?  A llltlo courting, fill', wtm tho reply  of a BlmplcOonklng girl.  /WGlRLUOOD  lot-  Fnlr Warnlna  Mistress���������Vou liavo excellent  tci-H of recommendation.  Jjelllgrrent-lookli'ig Now Cook���������Yin,  mum. Not n tat will Ol nfop out of  anyhody's lioiue antll Ot git wan.  What  Ordinary Biped  fltorOilnits?      Yer,   ma'am.  inimbc-v <3o you wear'.'  What   number?      Why,   two,   of  Do you tako mo for a ct-ntl-  OR The -women who have used  MOTHERHOOD  ���������ftS.^JPtf**  that it freed thom from prim  w������n ������������n������������������nmimi������rnwmrm  AttM Natnr*  new and thtn,[  with ��������� fentla  cathartic Dr.  Plerco't P-feai-  andPelMttont  tip and invigvr-  nl* Uvif And  lowtli. Be tuft  I/0U ftt what  \you atU fori  helped them ovor painful periods in  their life���������and saved them many a day  of anguifih and misery. Tills tonic, in  liquid form, waa devised over 40 years  flffo for the womanly oystem, by R.V.  Pierc������, M. D., and has been sold ever  since by dealers in medicino to tho  benefit of many thousand women.  Noio-ltyou prefer-j/ou can obtain Dr,  Pierce'* Favorite Prcteription iablett at  V������ur druggttt ot $J per box, oho in 50e  tire tr tt nil SO one tent ttaiup* to Dr*  tt, V. Plercr, Hiilfah, A1. I', fur trial box.  ^ttv~/^wftrpfr:^?t*.r>^yo.-*Qi <��������� k ������'*** I .-*���������������  ���������"���������  THE .-.-NEWS, CUIM-BERL'AND. B. C.  tf  iMMMUUUUyMAMMMMi;  The Army of  Constipation   |  I* Growing Smaller Every Day.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS aro  reiponsible���������they riot'  only (give relief���������  they perm anentjyy  out Constipation. "Millions uie  them for,  Bilioat.  mss, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Stan.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  ���������nu *WBj*wrmiaammm^maamm*mMaWVmji> ���������������������������ubiwiiihi" uiiimcmmmtaarm  HOME DYEING  Ts CLEAN, and1  m SIMPLE as  $ "   ''A.B.C."  ���������  chance of "���������  MISTAKES  if you1 use*  The Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  All Kinds of Cloth."  TRY IT ������iul prove It for yourtel (!  Send lor FreoColorCnrd. Story Dooklut, ami nook*  lot giving result!* of Dyeing over other colors,  The Joltnson-KU-htrdtoii Co., Iitr.lie.1, . Montreal  .M      Appearances are Misleading  Trade '.-was rather slack and the day  very, warm', as a loudly-dressed indl-  vi-dual stepped into a large gentleman's  outlining establishment. The heat  of-the,day aad^the stuffy atmosphere  "did" not make for the best'of tempers  among the assistants.  ��������� The overdressed one approached the  counter and iu an imperious tone, uttered the ono word:  Neckties.  A jaded looking' ���������asslstaut *-itnmed-  {lately'i displayed ;the. latest patterns,  ' but' the youth,, after gazing at. them  In a supercilious' manner, laconically  remarked:  More.  The.snobbish air displayed rather  nettled the assistant, but winking "at  a colleague, he quietly brought forward other ties.  . These, he said very politely, aro  excellent quality at a shilling.'  A 'shilling! * the customer snapped  haughtily. Do I look liko a man who  would wear a shilling tie? Is thero  anything about me to indicate that'.'  1 beg your pardon, meekly interposed the assistant,- the sixpeny counter is at the other end of the -shop.  r-~.���������     .    Which of Trjem?   .  Mr, Brown Issued forth from Fair-  bank Terrace and wended his way towards the village, inn. An insurance  'agent named Dawson was holding  forth.  Do you, know Fairbauk Terrace?  ��������� Several nodded assent, and Mr.  Brown became more deeply interested.  . Well, believe me, gents, I've kissed  every woman in that terrace except  one.  .' Mr. Brown's face assumed a purple  hue, and hurriedly quaffing his ale he  quitted the bar-room. Rushln;*; home  ha burst in at the door.     '<>  Mary, he shouted,,do you know that  insurance chap, Dawson? . Mary nodded assent., Well, he continued, 1  have just heard him say he's kissed  every woman in this "terrace except  one.  Mary was silent for a moment, and  then with a look of womanly curiosity  said:  I wonder which one that is.  GLOMES  - If you are loo'.dngfor a pair of  ���������gloves that are as tough as a Mexican  Snake whip and that will give you  full satisfaction or a new pair free  ask your dealer for *  B.B.K.PintoSheli Gloves  These are the best v.-saring gloves  ever turned out ft oin a factory. Send  -f-0-r~interesting���������story���������"The-PintoV*"  Sljell". ' .  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO,  i  Canada's Expert Glove and Mitt Makeri,  MONTREAL.  ���������ij^v-n qM l i'-yrtTi-'qi, -4P-;:  II SAT JN-GLOSS'-!  -  An Impossible Post  a With! ��������� tense, eager faces,' the "great  audience- of women leaned forward in  their seats,, eagerly-drink-ing-.-in the  noted speaker's every word. ���������"  ��������� Mere man, she was saying, is wont  to belittle-woman's ability to enter'  the fields already usurped.by him. As  a matter of fact, she is capable of  lilllng any post of public or private  ofilc8 now held by man, aud if appointed to it, could even. perform man's  tasks with greater "faithfulness;* and  greater daring. - *'        :.'"'."-  Name, if you.can, one. post- for  which she cannot fit herself! ' Name  one office to "which she would not,  could'not,. give-the greatest measure  of capability, the .highest" of courage,  the���������     -^ .     '���������      ���������  A mere -man, who had slipped unnoticed into a back seal, rose at this  point, and the light of sudden inspiration gleamed in his eyes-.  Ratcatcher! he shouted. And tiien  he fled.  If Bad Water  Causes Diarrhoea  \     Use Some 'Nerviline'  ' Apropos of the statement in the  London Press that a good waitress  has exceptional opportunities or marrying well." Mr.. John Pearce, who  caters for the million in the Metropolis, tells an interesting story. He'says:  I was recently at one of our large  London terminals when I was arrested  by a voice calling 'Mr. Pearce,',and  turning round, I was confronted. by a  lady tastefully and fashionably dressed in furs who was just alighting  from her carriage. I could not recall her, whereupon she informed me  that she was once a waitress in one  of my0 depots���������a fact which sho seemed to recall with pleasure and did not  wisinor'coiicearr  You never made a sound when your  father spanked you just now, said a.  boy to his chum.  No, was the reply. Father says it  hurts him worse than.it does me,'and  if>that's so he can <lo nis own hollering.  iu  at  So  The Smallest Dynamo  The smallest electric dynamo'  the world was exhibited recently  the French Academy of Science,  small was this dynamo that its base  would not, occupy all the space of a  penny. Tho-instrument is a perfect,  miniature of a largo machine and is a  practical model in every respect. It  works wllh a hum that sounds like  the buzz of a mosquito, it weighs  only one fifth of an ounce and is six-  tenths of au inch- tliiek. . The. little  .dynamo can be used not only as a  generator, but as a motor, consuming  in this latter case, two amperes of  electric current at. a' pressure of'two  and a half volts. A small pocket battery will operate it.,  THE BEST MEDICINE  I HAVE EVER USED  "The best medicine' t ' havo ever  used" is what thousands of "mothers  'say-of. Baby's Own Tablets. Once, a  mother has used, the Tablets for her  little ones she will use" no' other medicine and never fails., to ��������� recommend  them to, her friends. Concerning  them Mrs. John .Thompson, Coutts,  Alta., says: "I have given Baby's  Own Tablets to my baby for constipation and thinli them the best medicine  I have ever used. Please send..me  two more boxes as I would not care  to'be without, them." , The-Tablets  are- sold 'by medicine dealers or by  mail'at 25 cents a box from The "Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville;  Ont. '    **  PROMPT  RELIEF   IS'   INSTANTLY  ASSURED AND-JHOUSANDS USE  NERVILINE ON THIS ACCOUNT  A Traveler's Experience Related - *  The-experience of .Mr.- Norman P.  Ilemlricks is not- an unusual one.  Writing from Princ-- Albert, he says:,  My business calls me from one place  to another, 'and I am .frequently up  against the bad water problem Of the  Canadian North-West, ' Iu so many  places the water disagrees, with ihe,  and I used (o be kept verv miserable  on that, account. An'old'settler told-  me one day that nothing is so useful  to newcomers as' Nerviline, r.nd he.  explained to me how valuable it proved, to him under similar circumstances  twenty-five- years ago.. You would  hardly- believe how happy and- comfortable my tripr, are since I learned  of Nerviline. If look upon 'Nerviline'  as my trusty friend, and give it a'place  of honor in my hand bag. ln fact I  wouldn't think of being without it in  n country-like this. Jt cures any littlo stomach trouble or digestive disturbances anil relieves a cramp In ten  seconds. To cure - Neuralgia, 'Earache, Toothache, or pain jn your muscles like Rheumatism, you simply  can't, beat: nerviline." ,     -  To cure little ills before they grow;,  big and lo relieve the aches an! pains'  of the whole family get Nerviline today. Family size, * 50c; trial size.  25c; at all storekeepers and druggists, or The Catarrhozone Co.,- Buffalo, N.Y.  t ' Waiting Order's .. <  Mrs. Goodsole���������What, -does your  husband think of the' militant suffragists? 'y    ii ���������     ���������        . ' j   Mrs.' Vick-Senn���������lie doesn't know  what he thinks. .1 haven't told him  yet-.  Aro you sure this salmon is quite  fresh?  Fresh! Lor' bless yer, mum, 'I've  just had to kill it to keep it from  jumping at the flies;  Nlckor���������Is she interested In tho  Tariff Bill? ;  * Bocker���������Yes; sho says sho won't  marry a man wherdoesn't pay an Income, tax. ���������    "  'y i.i^RMiij-i.Dilt-rtiY [niHiyADn'iEsy  j, 'lA.rLY  . M b T -"Ti, "I1 R'AV'f l' l.h'ta' li Al s ���������''fj  1:/)-',' Mji;!rAKyt'qvJiHW^NXS.rsc.i,, '|j  fpOrji:$TieSp[ciALfr&ml  < \y . KA'l-ilWlQi-t.y'.' ont> ��������� '*   v  i \iH.,,! ,| ( jn iS-'i.-iJt.-.'.fif.-iit'iii'.i n i , i1.'  THE   WORLD'C   BE8T   POLISH  ARLINGTON  ���������WAT-irtHHOOK COLLARS AND CUFFS  flotnoihlns: bottor than llnon, nnd no  laundry blliu, Wosh with Soap and  Water, All stores, or dlreot. Stato stylo  itnd SIM. ���������.���������or Wi*. wo wlll mnll you.  THE ARLINGTON CO. OP CANADA,  i" Limited  63  Fr.���������t Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  Drives Asthma Like Magic���������The  immodlate help from Dr, .T. D. Kell-  ogg's Asthma Remedy seems like  magic, Nevertheless IL is only a natural remedy used in a natural way.  Tho smoke or vapor, reaching "tho  most remote passage of tho affected  tubas, brushes aside the trouble and  opens a way for fresh air to enter.  It is sold by dealers throughout the  land.  Undecided  Ho���������Yes, it's vory hard being the  ton or n Holf-inudo millionaire.  She-Why?  Ho���������Woll, I can't rtceldp whotlier lo  /jo Into bualaoss and llvo up' to tho  old man's roputtillon, or go Into society and live It down.  Can't you nolllo this hill loilny, nlr?  raked n tailor of u dolimiuoni* M.p,  No, Snip, Jt wouldn't ho Piirllamoiit-  nry. l'vo nioroly glancnd over It,  you know, nnd 3 can't, iinsu a Bill until  after Us third reiullng.  This confinement, said the prison  visitor, -must distress you- greatly.  Yes, replied the hu:*.*ioi*ous convict", I  find the prison.bars grating. All, life  to you is a.failure. .Yes, it's nothing*  but a sell.  I cured a horse of tho Mange with  MINARD'S   LINIMENT;  CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS.  Dalhottsie'.  I cured a horse, badly torn by a  pitch fork, with . MINARD'S LINIMENT.  EDW. LINLIRF.  St. Peter's, C:*B.  I cured a horse of a bad swelling  by MINARD'S LINIMENT,  ���������   ' THOS. .W.   PAYNE.  Palhurst, N.B,  - Well, Mr. L'-innint,.sai'd the doctor,  it is my pleasant., privilege ' to' "announcement to you that you are the'  father of triplets.  '   "  Well���������say���������here, doctor, don't-you  knock off something for "-""'wholesale  order of,that sort'.' asked Mr.' Skinflint.'   ; ������������������'������������������..'   *.-_: L_ f  A parly of American tourists were  visiting the ancient landmarks of England,-and their guide was supplying  them with valuable historical .facts"..  This lower,���������he expounded, goes back  to William - the Conqueror. Why,  what's the,matter? asked one of the  party;  isn't, lt satisfactory.  'Ihe  Penalty  Oh, papa, asked Gladys, who was  studying liter spelling'lesson, what is  penury?     . *   ;  The wages earned by my.pen,, replied her father,,who was struggling  lo, win'fame as a poet-  ' Smart Work : i " '  Jones ahd Brown were bragging,  hard -about the excellence of. their  respective cities. ; ��������� ��������� -��������� ; ,  .'.Take our lire'brigade, said Jones,  after an hour's, healed discussion. Do  you know, the other day a fire broke  out in-oiir iown, aud within three minutes-the engine-'* came* alonj-f, but it  was going, so fast- that the driver  couldn't pull up till he was , a mile  past the burning house? - ��������� ]   ���������  Brown smiled in'a superior fashion.  My dear fellow, that's, nothing, he  said. - One day two-men weve.Workington a church steeple in my city,  and suddenly ono of them slipped. A  terrible death' would.have boon -his,  only, fortunately,'a spectator had the  presence of mind.to call the fire brigade on, the telephone, and tlioy came  just;ii.i 'time to catch him In a blank--  el.". ,   " '.  "   '������������������--". It Was * '   .;'."���������  , There was an' explosion in a powder mil]-;, a ml the proprietor, who was  away on a pleasure trip, hurried home  to .make an Investigation,  How in the world did it happen? he"  asked the foreman of tho mill "as he  viewed'Uie wreck. ��������� 'Who was to  blame?'- ��������� ,  Well, you" see, sir. replied the foreman, It was* this way. Bill went Into the mixing-room, piobably thinking  of something .else, and "struck z match  in mistake.-    lie��������� -  , -  Struck a match, exclaimed Hie proprietor in amazement.. I shouildiave  thought that,was .the last thing on  earth he'd do., ���������      .  lt was, sir,'was the calm rejoinder  of the foreman.'  Sores Flee Before It.���������There .are  many who have been afflicted with  sores and have driven them away  with Dr.- Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which  acts llke-iuag^lc.' All similarly troubled should lose.no time in applying  this splendid remedy, as there is'n'  thing like "'it i,o be had. It is ehea'.  but its'power-'is. ih no way expresse  by ������its low prices.        , ���������  . Applj Zam-Buk to all  wounas and sores and ,'you  will ocsurprised how quickly  |t stops the smarting  and  wings ease,   It covers' the  wound with a layer of protectivebalm, kills all poison  Her ma afrcad-f In the wound, and  prevents other* enleting.   It* rich  n-rallng-fccfbal fsiencc* then build  op feom Ihe tottom, fresh tusuej  a nay In a wonderfully ihort time  the wound.& ficaledi  ���������ZMi,Buk'jpopularity li taudTon m������riV.  Imllijiloiii never work cufoa.   Ba iur������ nnd  g������t lbs ml thing.   "Za-m-Iluli" it firlnUd  on tvery jacket of tho (jcuulni.   Betme  * ������!1 olh������M, ������0o all clrvffg-lit* tod eterei ot  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.    -  ���������*'        t   ;'  UPB^iifi  Wmem/fdom  Secrets of Indian Fakirs  In tho presence of reprosontatlvoB  of tho press and ct members of the  modlcal profession, a troupe of Indian  Fakirs showed their mysterious powers at Uio Pavilion Thcatro recently.  Tholr experiments may bo unpleasant  but thoy aro genuine, and thoy afford  no satisfactory explanation to tho or-  '(lltmvy man. They attest to Iho Invulnerability of theso wonderful people, who possess powers unknown to  Western minds, ami who guard tlieir  secrets with jealous euro. First the  lady pierced both cheeks with foriiild-  ablo hatpins. When they woro withdrawn blood nppourod on ono side of  iho cheek mid none *on -tlio other.  Thou ono gcmtlemnu tlirusi. two slni*.  Inr pins rlfi-iit through his larynx, Sua-  ill porforaled her tongno with plus, So-  llmnn drove n hwoi-<1 through liln lib-  domoii, anil Sordschl appeared qulto  comforatblo whllo recllnliiir on a bod  of broken ij'laHii.  In our country, said the DrlUsher,  as he leaned back in his chnlr, before  we marry we arrango lo settle a certain sum upon tho wife.  Yosi, 1 know, replied the American.  But with us it is after they aro mar-  Vied (hat. a certain class -settle everything on the wire and arrango lo  bent Ihelr creditors. ,.  Ah, I see. And how do the creditors tako lt?  Thoy never find anything to take.  "i  Uorbori, said thn tenclur, unswor  thlB! Do wo out tlia tlesli of tho  .whahv?  Yes sir, said Ilorbort.  And what do wo do wllh I ho hones.  Wo leavo I'honi on thn sido of our  j/iato, sir, faltorod .Herbert.  ji*jJ(J(il*MMl������������j^  ^kidney!  S>''\  60c. ��������� box or al-: Uxei for $2.50,  at oil dealers, or The Dodde Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,  Can-da.  ���������Mimm���������hi  wimmin.i***mim.ijmAt4mm.**iiiht,,,unmm  State of Olilo. City of Toledo,  I.ucnu County f "'  Fi'imlc .T, Cheney ninken ontli Hint ha li  senior pnrlnor of thn firm of K. .T,  C'honflv &. Co,, dolntf biiHlnPHH In tlio city  of Toledo, County and Blnte nforepnld,  nml Hint unlfl firm will piiy Uio sum of  ONIS nrNnrU-'D nOM.AnS for ouch nnd  (ivei'v cum' of Calnrrli thnt onnniii. bo  eiirch by tha uho of lftill'H Catarrh Cure,  KltANIC .1.  CITKNEy.  ("worn to befovii nio nml aubsorlbod In  r.v.** pres**ii(.'i*, i.-.a liHi day of Uoeember,  A.D. 1886.  hjciil.) "   A,  W. OT.TJASON.  Notary Public.  'fall'in Cnlnrrh Cum Is Inliun Inlftcitally.  nml ncln d I roe liy on tho blood nnd  miii'Mm HiirfQpoB of tlio bj-hU'iii, Bond  for tont'.-nnlnlH froo.  [i-. .1, c.'IIR.VWV ft CO,, Toloilo, O,  Sold  by nil (li'iiBRlulii, 75e,  'j'lilcti UhII'a l''fliiilly I'llls for constipation.  Legal Terms'   ,   '     .,."���������������������������  It.was a case of assault. The ill-  used wife was bringing the charge  against her brutal husband and laying  her grievances before the magistrate.  'Fi slai'ted by givln' me a biff onthe  nut, she exclaimed tearfully. ,*  A biff on the nut? My good'woman,  you must not talk like that in a Court  of Justice. I presume you mean he  gave you a blow upon the head?  Yus, yer \vashup. And then- 'e  tried to do me in by clmckin' 'is ter-  buccy at me hoplica.  By which I take k you mean he attempted to injure you by precipitating  his tobacco box at you. Continue,  and try to avoid slang, Pray inform  the Coiu-f. wbat ���������further violence he  attempted.  Well, yer wasliup, 'c���������-'e���������ei'-���������  Cid on. Don't- waste the time of tho  Cou rr..  I was jlst a wonderln' what, was the  pet name of'this 'ere Court for a dot  on tho bolto that blacked me eyes.  . '..   Not-Readily  Explainable '������������������  .The old snorting squire'was giving  a dinner to his. friends to, maric-his  farewell to thejehase.-"-  Being well known for --his .tales,  voices on all sides asked for his ..biggest achievement.      '     "  As was; usual he -'.emurred for a moment, but*the expectant assenibly-'per-  si'sted'. ���������      ' ....  " Well, said he, I remenfbe'r taking  off. the right ea* and the hoof of' one  of the-hind feet-of a -deer.with- one  shot!     .      '.���������.-_���������       .      '     -'������������������-.  Impossible, exclaimed his'guests  ���������with a laugh"'.", How could you .'do such  a thing?    ���������'-'���������' 1  '-.' '     ��������� < j  For a moment*"the old squire seemed, to_ have, forgotten himself, aud -he  ^''m'f^^ffTffis^  John, to whom rho.��������� always appealed  in cases of emergency. -    -  . John, do you remember how I did  it?     .   ��������� *��������� '���������������������������*.       ���������      ;       i  There was a moment's pause.  ,Oh, yes sir, said John,' perfectly  well.'* " Don't you remember the doer  was scr'atchlhg'lts ear with its hind  foot-when yoii'fired. ., .  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS ''���������  Your dnisRlst wlll'refund money If PAZO  OINTMENT fall3���������to cure any case of Itch-  im;, Blind, BlecdlriR- or Pi-otrudinje Piles  lu o io li days,  '60c.  Fishermen havo u more philosophic  view of chance and' l'ato than any  other brotherhood, x The following 13  1111 llIusl,rnlloii: You'll Iind thoro are  no. Ash .In that pond, ' Wbat. did you  toll mo for? Now you've spoiled my  wholo day's fishing.  Ciiplnlu Philip Henry Nicholas, of  LonRHlptlit, who hus Jimt 'lied at tho  rlpo ago of nlnety-llivpo, onco hud nn  Inland ofTernd io him. Whilst criils-  Ing lu tho Piiclflcj ho touclipd land at  tho Soo 1,00 IshnidH, and speedily ho-  oiuno a fnvorllo with Hie rulors, Thoy  conferred honorfl upon lilm.'ijroaonlpd  lilm with tho award of siul������ ond othnr  ri'irnlln, and offTrnd lo fjlva lilm nn  Island for himself  thoro.   Tlie sit  dlscioverod Ihoro was a liiatrlmoiilal  ftlllaiioi* wlili 11 dusky prlni-CHs Imhlnd  all this kliultiPHH, nnd his iiffoclloiis  lielng olhnrwlHo engniteil, In* rifjocted  tlm offt-r nud i-PHiiim-d hlft voyiiRhiK.  In   the:  Holf If he would Heitlo!^ 'mikpV' '  lildlli Ciip.'uill,  JwHctel-,        (,!,,   yflH,' Hlr,  iv/.    umu    !i    iiiiilrliiimi nl -���������  Mr. Hrown hiu! not a vory good  opinion of liindliidUn lu senoral uulll  lho olliei* dny, when hn happened lo  seo his bestowing a IcIihIucbb ou the  cal. Of conmo, lio roiisoned Unit  anyone who would he lclud to dumb  anlraulH would bo hind to human, croa-  iut'03, and ho linutonod to comniotul  her nctloiiH,     I'm glad to goo that  ..li.-n    .|11     (lifi    i,''--!''.'-'1'.'    '"    t\\fi    i"|l  sho replied. Wol. I  ho.vh, IMr, Drown, In, ho kind lo llm  cats und yer'll llnd It saves yer 'aif  1I10 wnshln'-up,  ���������\ ciniu,������'ili iiuiifiiiel nl iliriiii'oiul,  Vli'Rlulii, has Invriilod a whiBtllng  piano, tlio koylioitrd of which is nr  TOWOWOilN  WELL A0A8N  Freed From Bearing Down  Pains, Backache and Pain  in Side by Lydia E. Pink-  ham's Compound.  Toronto,0nt.~"LastOclobiu', I wrote  to you for advice ns I wns completely run  down, hud bearing  down BMiBiUionln tho  lower part of bowels, backache, and  pail) in lho sido, I  also aullVreil terribly  from'. Kim. I took  Lydlft E. Plnl-ham-a  VoKotabloComnound  uiiii am now entirely  froo from pninin  back and howols nnd  am aU'onijor in every  way, I recommend I.ydiii E. Pinkhnin's  Compound biRlily to till expectant moth-  nno, Toronto, Ontario.  Consider Woll This Advioo.  No woman suffering from any form of  fonialo troubles should lose hop* until  hIio 1ms Elven'Lydla E������ PlnUliam'-s Veg.  Mr t M:  Ltu'i letter  I See how one.lull !uot.���������  Itleol Kendall's -Jpitin  ��������� Cure eirne.l lum S'O.  |Tlie other hall oltlig.  bottle1 may   earn. IiI.ti ^  le-ren more.   Man/ men  I ma lco   1   luiints*   ol'  Ibuylns lame Itones and '  icur!n{2themup,i.:-.!i Kea-  |d������U'������.   Then i'tey sell at |  - A biz profit,  iHow about your bonec t  Why not jet a bottle ct'  Kendall's  Spavin Cure  fcnd be ready to cure ca-iei'of Curb, Syavia, Spttat,  ���������RtDybon*;,    Kony   uro-wt"i-i������  of *^^  timcnfsi    Srom    bruftei /*,^,*^.        74"  .-ftp &t h r-������> _r:i--.������������������������>���������������������������*< Tin*.!, i ift- ^"^  sands ot othsr runiert are do-i  [n^ it���������luv-"l>fr6n doing it for/  over 31 yenri. ,, Ii'sr Tc.-j  oM,  sate, remedy you can depend ,  on.   Get a bot!la tt once aud j  -Kehovr-mucU It-will sav? or J  tnakc for voir.   At drvQ������  Qi6ts$laoottU;6-for$.rt  liili  wiilw  fflfaXSgi*  1  MM 0$  Sim v   j  m  m  jmai  A Quick SoluJIo..'    .  Angrily, moocllly, Jack Jenkins, sign  writer, stirvoyed the extorlorof Nlchol,  as Petroff Scavavollski'a how drapery,  emporium, vThere could ho no doubt  that Jenkins was greatly perturbed  over something. Presoutly.lils-rago  broko till bounds. , "  Tho moan, hook-nosed, price-cutting  vlllian! ho yelled. ' If ho doesn't pay  mo I'll���������I'll smash every window in  his shop. ���������  What'u tho ijirbiible, "matey, nsked  a passing Irlsliman.  Trouble! answered poor Jenkins,  trembling with ra&e. It's'thaJ; vlllian  Inskto tlio shop that's troubling mo.  I've stood on this ladder painting his  name for n week past, In all weathers,  Four chills have I caught, and ought  to bo ln bed now with lulluonza, and  yot. tho wlokoi\ scamp won't pay ni'd,  llegorrn, snid Pat, does tho tlifl'fo  expect yo fo '.vork for nothing? Ahd  ho walked lo'thn door and ominously  surveyed tho Interior.  It looks llko Itl snarled Jenkins,  Then don't yo do It, cried tho Irishman. Let mo Iiould tlio ladder and  yn lako my knife and sorapo his niitiip  Off   HBIlitl.  Stories of dead men's ghostB nro  common enough, but tlio shade ot "MY.  T. V, O'Connor' Is probably unique,  Inasmuch as ft. bus boon soon whilst  the man ���������liimHrdC Ik, happily, still In  lho land of tho living. Twenty yearn  ago 'T.I'.' wiih. oallod suddenly to  Ireland lo his dying mother. At the  I lino whon h������ w.tu ero3iilng St.  Cleorge'B Channel hia apparition was  neon by Mr. Hwlft Mae.Volll nud othors  occupying his usual place In thi*  Houso.  REST: AHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  MR9."lrTiMiLoWi 'SooTHijra Syrui* li������������ bee*  wed foe over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHEKfl for their CHILDREN WIlir.K  TBGTIIINCTr, with -PERFECT SUCCBriS, R  800THRS tlie CHILD, SOI'TKNB the GUIUS.  AI.L-A.Y9 all PAINS; CURBS WIND COLIC, nnd  U.the bent reiuer*,; for mAHIUIU'.Y, It in nl).  volutely harinlenii, K������ sure and aslc for "-Mri.  ���������WltuiUw'n ao������L)iing Syrup," and tuie Do other  Uad.  Tweaty-flvc ccuu a bottle.  The Soul of a  Piano  is ihe  Action.'' Insist on tiie  "OHO  "HIGEL1'  J^ianb Action  =v=  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTKD���������To do work at  home; decorating cushion topK-, can  mako from $3**tb ������<> per day; pleasani.  work. Armoli'l-'Art Co., Dcpt. N. -i'i  Steele Dlk.-,,Winnipeg,  "   All Fortune.Tellers  You aro ncciiHcd of Bwlndlln-; people on iv fortune-iollliiK fiiuni', .snid  the attorney, , Can you really read  tlio past?  No.  Woll, T can" *'  And ho proceeded to read tho culprit's rather .stormy record.  Can you road, the fiiinn.-'.'  (lie jiulEO?  No.       ���������������������������-������������������'-  Woll I enn' to t-uiu-������ cxlcni,  rato 1 cnu loll yoi. whcri*  for iho next iwo years, ..  IlKIllllVll  At uny  you'll In"  Hnporler��������� Anybody Injured  pructloo samo today? , , , ,  Football (Jiiptnln-No, lho boys took I railed ������>' R "cnlo uoinowhiit ������llfT*������rent  If ensy today.       They   arc   nnvli*sl fw>m thut o������ nn ordinary piano   , Ii  .  themselves for the cup-tic to-morrow. I '*' ''Mi������ortod to lm capable of wlil-lllng* hiui ^!lv^goratol, of the female orgnnlsm.  # ������. i.���������*. i  . A  fc<l..l.   lit .4...  .iri.i, r"t "'  This ftimous remedy, llie medicinal in-  fjredienta of which nro derived from native roots nnd liorbi, has for nearly forty  years proved lo bo a most valuable tonic  Ilobliifion Bothls nose broken.   Hmlihi"1[' ,no,M  <������������������ f���������f���������;������������������'���������. ������0,pfJ ,n������'1   1,f! I1?,  lost, nn far. 11cjIim.ii Bin a t������*  it-eili  vu'.-u-I* fonn-l-'tft i!mi Ii!i A'yly W\  knodtod out, .Tncock   dlnl.icnif.1    IiIh��������� l������������-co������m-*  very  popular  with  his  own  Jaw, ami ln'oh*. a iVv. fliiKei,.. bin no-! ,v"' ",,,(,".'f"l( "," ������'",,,������>-  body got wliut j on could reall)  call  .!  W. N, U. 930  hurl.  llob-KvorythliiK  uoen to iho buyer.  tlirit   I*   lmii^lit  Hurry���������..V.mi ho:  Mbe had tieei']ited hU offer lo efiiOri  iK'i- homo in tin? rain. I htivc been  wondering, he ri'innrl'ed on tin- v.nyr  whi'iln'i- ll  Ih on nr-'-miut of my urn  Women resldiiijf in almost every city  nnd town in th������ "Cnitcd Staluii bear  will in p testimony to tbo wonderful  virUii. of Lydia K. rinkliiiin'** Vt'ijt'Ul'Io  Compound,  1/ you lirtrA Hia Kllgliloitdoulit  tliiil Lyrtio Ut IMnlfluunN Vnc-wlu-  1������1������> C'ompoiinil will nt-lp you, write  (o r.yillti IMMnUlitun Modicinfti'o.  I boiiKhi mimi'llilur, .M-sturilny Unit} bndl-t or my coinpaiiy Hint I am ai ' (Colill<lfintlnl)Lynn,MftHS.,forml  tlidn't. l-ittli���������Aud v.hui v.n* linn',''. |uaim( io vomi. aii'ii you'- li i* lu-nn-, vie-'. Your letter will l������������o|MMii-tl,  Harry���������Conlit. And iln*y went to ilifjer, Mie implied, li Lt on account of ri������atl nml niisworctl liy rt woiuou,  celUn-i I ni) iiiw hat. ' iwd belli iu ������trlct conllilcnc'*.  Mexican Pulque  Puhjiip Ih hiiIiI lo bo the cnu.so of  over halt of tho 1 rouble ln Mexico.  PulQiio IS' Honiolliliifi- like flvo cent  American blue-barrel whisky with  niilinga Ironed In lt.  The Premier laOdRo or Biirfuloe-) nt  I'i-iIi'H'.'i-tii' \\<\'i  nynvnntofl ;\   r".*"T '",'  Inr nnd iewel to Plo Shop, n ilort who  Iiiih uolleoieil-ft'ConHldeialjlo aitioiint  of money In tbe caugo of eh .rlty, Tho  l.nvel Im lif-crlbivl! ' I*\������r ��������� Plo Shop  belnr? Hiirli a .HOkcr. Thnnk the  r.onl ninl pralfln the vleitr, who U tlio  .innri1  i\*  lhn"i)r\<r  A Vn]vj of one of the 8i������all<������*if bookH  over puhllHhed��������� Uio KubIIsIi Tlljou Al-  mniwic, for 18.18, wan Hold nt Sotho-  by'n a few days uko for $'J2. It jnca-  Mureii ihrot'-iimirton- of an Inch hy  Hvc-i'lKbiliH, nml Is nn elRhlh of np  inch in Ihh-Uiii'i-H, It can i.nlv bo  reail wllh a innKiilfyln*- kIoms. Tt Ih  illiir.ii.iu'ii, nnd loitialitn poiii.titii m  William IV'.. Qijoea Vlciorl;1, .Mo/.art  and Sir Wulur Scott.  When a man 1)Ck1iik to kIioiiI IiU vlr-  luen from tluuhoinsctoii,- IiIk iiclRhhors  proceed to Hit up nnd lake unfavorable llOllfil*;  Tho Uov. H^fl. AllHiip, the olib-Nt  active pvo'ic'lier In the Iluptliit mlnln-  try, died at Nottingham nwlio r<-ccnl-  ly In lil������ Jtlneilcih yt>ar. Mr, All-  sop wan formerly at TUirlon-oii-Trenl,  where, owlni; to a coiifiiHlon.of liaimm  ho roceivod orders for beer while iho  nol ed biowery roceivod i-������i<|iiouih for  hpi'iiioiih; *���������  -  Mere Temporary  Ji������w������������Ier���������Tlinl  riiiR; U only  !������lul<������il  Hlr���������- hardly  i-ulmbk-  for  an    ciikubo-  in������iit  rluK.  t.'iisioiiier���������Oh. w.-ll. 1 Ruo:,-, It -aIII  ���������lasi a*- loiiK :i������ Un* I'lujaui'iiJi'iil  nlll  AFTER   WORK   USE  SNAIP  l'.vl.IUInnyejrliin-l<tlijiav������M;.j.l.jn.4v\.      lllB       l/ria;:,������l(ffli.������������-!ti.4?'itli**/  bu*������u.I lave t'.i".������ *>'i..������,',li,  r.nltjtl. Ink.tMiiif, it'tor  t'.i-xt* tulr.i.t.H I't'Y, nr.it  v..Ui *������n������p. b4i������(u >,t4xf.  \. .M iti i^.j^rii.  3m CMlif- Ur'ji,Untfnl  *J  itse'tir~,,'smja������uxt,'waiaitrtinma!,s:. ..KlMMtts. ...  Hn^HI-^W ^MJt^*- lV*"-  -J *^'V^%'iJmiBM^rrssxsvtxvtsST^^  .���������W *. V-yi**  ���������riff  ���������).>":��������� iV-'Vl-'sn'"'  'irnri'i-'  '���������"���������-      ���������.*.-(;* !:v   Wf-t'iU'sday the  ������i -i'vi   --V   Cumber-fland;  N ��������� *- jl i-s'. h in g   Com pa ny.'  Tlvls-pap^;'-wilil-.not hold = itself'  ��������� ���������. .)a*iblo-.f-i.-i Iho.ojniiiunsof-ocIn  Si ,a3-.i"o.vn-*jVp'-������ar- iii..ilj8.-,eoliuiiiRfi  .*Olil..tl.lK-.i  r ti'.Vie.'  WA-IiBS?. NOTICE'- f^KsraBBasas^^  -\)   JULY 10.J9]3  :'../'A*,i;-.-i Lind District.',  !',',-!!���������( i cl"*Comn\.   *  :*���������*.'*: XoriCK tW.xt.- Miry Thulin-of  '.'    J,:'J. C.;oi-.i:ii}\'ition married: womnn  ���������.-.I: 'j<ii>ii!\   for permission-��������� to pur-  ...... .c*   die-following de-ciibed lands:���������  Joumcncinj-;.ii a pri.-*.:, planted.-.-it ihe  ioiii'.-i-cM corn.;r of T, L-. No, ^-'3.1*3.  ih .i.*." inii ih ���������'-.I*, chain--, ihence west .}o  '.i , tliff-.ee vuitb 5'i ch.'iins more or  '.���������r.o. rr.e, thunce --ilony the shore  mi. mure or- less- to pl.nc". of  ;*i:':tinii---\ :*.)���������> ncres'more or  '".Ki.M<r.K VEkDIER-  Ayein for,.M.iry Thulin  .1,.  t .-  ���������Jo  i-  FOR A LICENCE- TO TAKE AND; ���������  USE. WATER.  ��������� NOTICE--is. hqrebji givon lliit Es-qui,-  inalt &,. Nanaimo Ra'1-.vny, .of Victoria,  p. 0,';will ftj.ply f<.r}-a licor.c-i Iq talto rud  naeJOO.OOO-.gjlllonB por 24 bnrtrs, of water  out ot TlnanKs Creo������, Hhioli'-liows ia. a  "^orthwlyy' clirccjiun through "Newcastle  District ami empiiss into Sfrtii.ls.of (It-or-  git neir 3'miles west of Uig Quali<:iiin  Kivcr. Tho water will ho div*rtad at -JOOO"  u*(!i*.t,:;eik n frmn mi) way h id will b3 uaid  foryeiifti-al railway purposts.on.thi* l'nd  dcrsciilied as Railway Right of Wny, Thi*  n'-*.i;t) \va.i posted ou tho grotful on . tho  3rd day uf-April. 1913. Thy applicatiin  .wi'lbo filed in theotlioo of .the Water ,Hi~  porder at Victoria, B. (1,- Objoc'ioiis may  bo filed w.Mb ,tbo snid .Wati-r Runordop cr  ivith tho Gctjinpf-rollar. of Water Rights,  Paili.-unr.iit lhukliiigs, Viotori.i B. (J.  E-SQU1MALT.A NANAIMO .lUll-WAY  A-jplicaut  U. ]<1 BKASl.KY*.  A gout  ���������������jfllG . ' sny7  . ��������� iv ���������*'������������������������������������ d (-'.ind District-.,  i.'i- :rict uf Comox.,,     c  ��������� -  '"' NcriCE.that.Charles Thulin,  ���������i    .:: .I, 11.C, ocjcii'jation* merchant, in-  .<���������    . i.   ''Ppi>   for   punnissi onlo   pur-  ,*!>3c ''ie;he fo!lowin-> c'Oscnbcd land:���������  Co up.ciKiiii' .it ;i post planted in Browns  :),:-*y   it the north-east  corner of Tl. L  .-.j **(���������',   the;u:-j   west S:i   chainsj thence;.  .������'."> . .*. :"> ch iir.s.  thence- e -.-,<   8o cliafns,'  -) .;..- ?h'.':e.l;::e, flisnce south-20 chains  .ti.!!- or less. along, shore .line to.placcvof  rv.-yii-nir.g.cont.iio.m'f; 160 acres more,- or,  it     T .      1.  GEORGE VERDIER-  Agenti far GhsrUs Thulin  Uate August 14-.lv 1912*.  :iavv\ird:L:nul District;.  IJv3t*fici.of;Co010X,  TAKE'. NOTICE.Uiat (ieorge-V,erd-*-.  &-, of.Lu-ni, iJ,C:,,0(.cii|-ntiori.*  inieiids.toiapply for penni'sion to.'piir-.  :.';���������*..1: t!ie: fjll'jivio*.;. d.'scri-be'd. lands:���������  C-j-r.-i.inrinj; at a, post planted: at ' the  ������������������o-.:h i\-.'.*t corr.er ol Lo*. 57,thence north  ;;) r.h :ins.tp-the ihore line, thence follow  '.irj tt.esh-.ire'liiic aro-.iiid.th? point to/tbc  ;j1������icc of beginning..;  G}.;p.'lC.E. V.ERpIEH;     '   ^ Appliqant  "J-.:c Au-Jii  .t-lS}th, r<>12;  .Sri;.".'.anl Lane! District.  Ijijsirici of Couiox, '  '���������"MCE*.NOTICE tha: Ercd Thulin,  .1' :".,. >il, Ij C;,.occupation merchant, 111-  ���������'���������:���������:���������> n- Vply for. p;ormission to< imr-  .*'c :li^ pllowing; described land:���������  '��������� ..'.iicpcmg at a, post planted at the  . *��������� iihre.if! oornsr of Timber. Iie.ise * Np.  ��������� <8f:**,.tiieiii.c- w.er>t. 8:1 chains, thence  :: .uh 8.) cli.iirjs, thence-e.tsl Sp chains to  he sl.ortf '.'n-.*,. Inence- following shore  :'ic iii.iib.S.ichain*-, m.ne or less lo tbe  :-' ice of begin���������������������������n;*; cintaining. 6.jp acres.  ���������' jre. or !e;w,  GKCRdK VERDIER'  Af-uut. for, Fred Tlpilin  :..ite .���������'���������*i,;u<-t in-1., 1912.;  '^������^C'^"^:f-,������"  TCMIJJCR SAri5.No, X.'U,  ���������rEA'LV'j'/TJflNIHCIJH will bo ro  O caivei! by ih,i ,'ilini *'e.r i.f Landri  uni Inlor rluti noon on ilio U4tl)  &'y~ of A]iri!, I!.)l!> fur llm ������������������iirchme  tif liiccnuo No X'Jl. io out  ���������{1,106,000 fci.'t nf 1 tuber on ilio  ^ortli-WoM QniiiK.*,- t.f ,^'rc.iiiir. 21,  Jlfiiuiiiiii Islam!, Nanaimo District.  Ttvj yi-iirs viU Ijk a! Id wed for the  j/TriOirnl pf lnirf lip.lit."-.  Purticuliirs   of  Ciiitf   Korc.������ier,  Victnrin, li. O, maiiion'iy  %&*  NOTICE  S E P I> fl 14 fl U A U  WATER NOTICE.  FOR A JJCKNUE TO TAKE AND-  USE "WaTEH, *���������  NOTICE,ia hereby -,'.vcii lhtif<; Escpii-  mn t.&: Nuiuimo t'Kailwv.y, of Vigtcr'a,  B.'.C wiil apply fyr ahec-nuo Ui take and  uso 100,OQQ gaJlmis p^i* 24 hours, of wator  ou of {"andy.Crt'fk, which ilo .va iu a northerly di :cction through Ne-vcastlo Dio-  trict an;l empties iuta Duop Bnyv noar  Roaewoll Creek; The.wutur will b*4 diver  ted .at 2150"- up'.troany.from. Railway aud  Will beu-^edf?r General.ii*iilwiy-purpoies  on the lmad described,aa f-l������ilwn>vRig)it:of  Way.. Thvs. mj-uie^ywys ^poettdVon.. the  (jrbond on. the. 3.-,d d* y.V* April,' 19i3:  .The. application tfviU bp lilod in. the. office  of iho.Water Ri-oordtr, at Victorr}, IJ. C.  Ol'ijcttonS:';'nj^iy bo.filed, with, ihe Giiid  \V������tor. U^corder or with the GompuoUer  of*' Whiten Eights,. Parliau.ant Bu-hliuisB  Victoria, B.IO;  .BSQpIMALT!*' NANAIMO RAILWAI7  j "     "Applicant  J IR Ifc.BEASLKY  * , 'Agont  aiplIG- .     my"  WATER  NOTICE  FQJ.I. A LICENCE TO TAKE,AND  Usk WATER.  j Nw'IpiiT-;lr'bereby���������given-thnt-rrTj-tii^-  rnalt &.��������� Nauaitjno Hail Way of Viotorin,  .B. C wirl:npp!.y tpr a lieeica to ta'-:o and  juse 100,000 gallons per 2-i hours, of water  out of-Hindoo. Creek, whinh flown in a  northerly direction through' N-J.son DiB-  trift and empties into Bnyno Sound noar  ���������ThudI-������ Hirer. Tho -water will be divo-*fctcl  nt UOOvupstronrnvfroni-Riilway and wdl ho  used.for General Railway purposes on tbe  iiiiil.doscribod as railway right of w y I hia  no.ice w^s posted -on the- ground 01 tho  .'f-rd daj;-,ot'April, 1918. Tlio applicatii-i*  * -v I -1 bo tiltd. in Uie olpca of tho Water  Ji.-cordor,. VJotorin, 13. C. O'jootioiiH may  bo filed, it itil the aald Water Llecordor or  with th'; C'>mi>trol]er of Wator Itiglil-s  Parlinmo.il Buildinga, Vietorii, B. C.  E-iQiUIMALT &, NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  V. E...    EASLEY  Agout  WATBR NOTICE  .VfkTI0K IH HUHEUV OIVM-N t]i*\  foti\.\i\K* d( tbo l'r->viiiui4l Atp cultural  QuiatniMdop will lo lull at th,'' folb-w-iiig  plicetu-j  ' Nnniimo-tAprll II Ih '������ n.)ii. .md ^..IC  p.m. City Hall,  Piirkiv He���������AP") I2lh, 10 ii, iu A^'ri-  ���������iiliiiial Hall.  AJIj*.rnt���������April loin, in 1. 111.. -inn ::.M  p.m.; April (i'i ji, Kl   tn��������� <t otiri .'(..n.i%  CiMptouny-Aiiiii I fill H-il |H,h, Ida.  fn. fi-n-J-Srtitlp.rn. oib.^h <! Y-**, A^rii.-siliij-  f������l Hull,  Tliinnati���������April '.'Ut t-uri 'I'i il, UI 11, m.i  ,>n(l 2.^0 p.m. of   oili nm, Ojh.-i Jlf>ii: ���������}. j  T'ib Oqiimiii-������|ion w  J i.i'ar ������.VJI������iO''   on j  Hi] miMcr* *.iT*.*(ll'i'j{ ������(,'riri|ltiiral iu,ili  iforti in the froviiico,     All pnmi .g mlir  t*kti ir* jovjtol to bi. pnvftil,  ^V, ||. HAV"'-",*"!', M.liA.  ()'. iiinin'i  p, It Cmnymmw,  gterotn-jr,  FOR A LICENCE TO TAKE AND  USE WATER  NOTICE ii lionsby jjivon that E������ij"i-  io:������l-i A Nanai-.no lUihviiy, of Viotrrii,  IJ, C. will apply for.a lioi'iidi to take uud  uso 100,000 -.cilloni jior 'J I. hniiri-*, ot Wiiter  out of Koy (Jroslii which 0 ������wu in a northerly direction t!noii;-l* Comnx Diclriol  and omptiei into Co;n"X ll.irboiir, noar  Trent Iliyor. Tno wnt:r will bo divorit'il  ai 2230 ��������� tipiitrcuii fr-tiu ll.iiiw.'i*/ and will  bo iiuod for Goniirnl ltullwi.y pn poB'ii on  till hind doneribjd 11.1, Hcilvny !,*.'ii',ht ol  Way, This riwtico wan p.niteil or), tiiu  K ound on O10 <,)nl tiny vt April 1918,  Tlio application will l.o lllml i.i the nil) 1-  .if tbo Water llicordi'i' at Vio'.i'ii-, ;'��������� y  Ohjeotiouu may b:i illud wi it '��������� ��������� .-id  Wnttr Ilfcord-fj or v.iili ih.** C io<) ;.<Moi  of Water Ui)"litat T'.tiKaua'iit |--i:l-liii;.-.',  Victwri*. ������. C,  E.SQUIMALT Jfc NANA1M������> HATI.WAY  App!ii'*uit  \l, U. B'^Aflui  .iK������IH  IGontinaes antit Thursday the 31st  ...f  ������   _b  1  TO DATRViWT"NT.  Vox Snle at ;i   ���������..   .  ���������  '���������iti������HUcl-   Li-.. .  best  scpauun  si?es ] x j.   .  "WjH'O   llf'M'- .  for .'���������I'pM'atn .; it  toiin, tiiu it;-*'..'  suic- of llr.-i:i   *.'  luill* tilt- who:  mid -i in i- ���������  are giving Great R^r  ductioiis on all Dry Goods  Gent's Furnishings and  Footwear,  ���������lt=lTalTlilw  policy not-to ea-rry   goods  over beyond their season. o  We stop at no sacrifice toy  make this one of the great-,  est sales ever held in  this district..  This will be more than  verified when you come  GOODS   BOUGHT  AT THIS SALE  NOT RETURNABLE  l������IW|A'������UlmMVin|- IWn������>������I'UN*������MI������'IMW������  M, m JMt������W^WM������V WliKWI-OTlMJl imtu^t-ttf  faKMb   Ut"   bALfc  UAbh I  ; Don't. Forget Date & Place. Watch Posters  i  fc*m .<**&  .���������isrssv ftt  Am  I  none 1  'Ll  *  i  i^ttacfa\%v&yvzvvz?  ���������y-j������ * 'wnil wi**.*- -rir-urt -a rrt * *a/i HO1 r.Tn*������.v -���������         -   -  .  w  ��������� ������  ���������I-'  \t  /". -��������� NOTICE':'  Vancouver Land District.   "  District of. Vaocouvor. '  .TAKE NOTICE that I, Ueorgo  Verdier of Campbell River,  occu*-  g>aiion, Cruiser,   intends ' to apply  ���������for perm-is8iou to purcba'&e ihe fd  lowing described landsi-Commen  v  -cing at a -post planted at the N.E,  ���������corner   .of .Timber   Limit -43146,  , -thence -west 80-chains, tbenceNorth  , "20 chains, thenco east  80 chains  to the shore line, thence south 20  chains more or less aiong tfoe���������shore'  dine to the place "of beginning.  ���������"GEORGE VERDIER,  Name of Applicant  Pate, February'26th, 1913  ������������������ ',)' ....     .      .   i   ,  NOTICE  1 ' O    J  ���������"Sayward Land **Di8trk)t;  District of  Snyward.  TAKE   NOTICE   Hut    Justin  Dorr oHipperVnldez l-dand.occu;  ���������pitlion farmer, intends to apply for  pormispionto purohahe the follow-  ���������ing dofpribed lands ���������:  Commencing  ���������at n postpLmiod  lO-chainB-eaat of  Jlyndiith .Lak������   and    1(J chains  eouth of N". W. corner of j; D. pre  ���������*omp'i<*n, then-oe 10 -chains west lo  lake, thence in a souih-c-a-Jterly dir  ���������ection, 10 jchui ns along the  shore  .of the lake,to the intersection of J,  D. lin.e, thenco north 10 chains  to  |Joint of -commencemfc-nt, containing in all live a-cres more or les-'-*-.  JUSTIN DORR,    .������  Name of Applicant in full  Date, March .8th, 1913  ^^j^^^^^ s^rag ��������� mtxrmml  i  Union Steamship Co. of B t  ;���������     THE a 5. COWlCHAJSr- WILL SAIL AS, UNDER  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTIv  .   Leave Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p, m.     "  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p, m.  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 6 a. ,������,   ��������� Leave Tuesday noon,  A it. we Comox, Tuesday 8 a. ,���������.     Leave Tuesday, 11 a. m.  ^ Leave Nanaimo 6 p, m. Tuesday.   Arrive VamwnJwU.aO p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 n.m.  Arrive lffa������o-.���������������     ,, ������  Arrive UuiohBay, Sunday 6a.in. Xrt 5 P ^ *    1**������>*W  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8a.ni. Depart 4 p,m. P -  bubject to change without notice.' ���������. -  ������<?xs������������������$s^^  DRINK  SHARES IjN Tf-IE  The purest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  mon  Hotel  J.   N.   McLEOD      'F'-Eio'PKX-EX'or.  English 4 x BUIiTON always on tap      also, th������ famous MILWAUKEE  -..���������, BEERS���������Anhcuaer,, Bohemian, Sehltz, &c.       "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Hoarding *ud Lodging I.)- partmont, under tho immediate Btipenntendenoe of Mrs  , Davie, will bj toui d Firtit olafls in every respect. J   ���������  AXES,  'LAND REGISTRY-ACT.  1-N-Tiik matt-cu" of an application-for a fr������3h Certificate of Title  to tot 54; {Map 311] Townejteof  ���������Courienay'.  NOTICE is'hereby -siren of my!  intention at the expiration of one  calendar month from tho first publication hereof to issue a fresh Oer-  t-ifioateof Title in lie-u of the Certi-i  ficate of Title i-.sued, to Jo eph  McPhee cm ilie 30ih of March 1S05,  and numbered lOflijOC -wlii_ch_hak  ���������been lost.  Dated at Land Regi3try Office  Victoria,- B' C, this 21st day of  Decemlier 1912!  , S   Y. WOOTTON. "  ��������� Registrar General of Title?.  . **?1 00 per day upwards,  faa-wag-^^  The Co-urtenay Hotel  Evjry convenience for guests.  Tho .Central Hotel for Sportsmon  (None bul tire Best'of Wines and- Liquors  * *t the liar.  RATES REASONABLE  tiohn Johnston,   Prop  "-0  ���������0  ���������'0  O  ' O  o  ���������ii  -c  id  '<  'tfl  31  c  i  ������  c  6  CD  GO  <%  00  CD  cd  plMpM||  *'h&>h  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better,  Cheaper,Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd,  ... Distributors"      .   N. [\ N AI MO, B. ���������.  offer   you   a safe and   sound    investment   with a , ';  .   good return onyyour money as well as an enhano     '  ed value from now on.  A Company with   NoPromotion Shares.  ACompany with its'    dwn fiscal agency.  A Company   that will look solely to  the well fare  of its shareholders.    Shares are now selling at." $ i  for all   cash,   or   on   the   easy   instalment  plan.  Gall'.op-send foi* a Prospectus to-day  The   Mercantile  General   Agency,    Ltd.  Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co., Ltd.  ' ��������� \ ������������������ '.->     Head offices: ' ���������   <-  207, 208, 269 Union Bank Building.[Conier View and Gov't., Streets, Victoria, B. C.  Phone 3243       .������ ��������� _.'-.'      y Geo. Abbott, Managing'Direcior.     .  "We-Build-Homes and Make Loans."  ������ -f^������������������ex&@������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ g������������������������������������������������  NOTICE.  i .  To whom it mnv concern:���������  Tliifl ih to   notify the   public  tliat all freight charges 011 boud-  ,Qi\ goods cleaicd   at Union Bay  for the Comox Valley   must   be  .jkuiii bcfuic -i-ouu*- can be ior warn  cd. [' By order  Canadian Collieries J3unsmuir]  Cou  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  r.^.i������,������-*>",r>������,.,Vrvl?u"  XV'ttO'**,    I'lllku'     Hit A  i'1*- ll-Mlit'j, Una Until ihiiiri Wurrj, lit  \-+    .f-.tm,.,-,   rtfrw'i. mi;,, fir-ifiri   n riritf, if..  yonuetifit, fiexuul Wcoktwit. iiinUtiun*, H/#r  nuitorrhM, un'l liffrei* o/JUuse f>v> lirtvii..:'  Pilvcll per 1>;i#. Hlxforflfl.  ���������t)fio*w111p|iM������no,r,x  rtlllciiro.  Pulil tiv ult (Inn i.-lfUi n4������ m.illi-U Iji  (*4.i!ii iikir. oh ji'Mii;**. 0/ iii*! *'.-,  A'i m p������>n- hki  ;;.-.tfr f flV\   rr-rnV,'*!*) MQdlr.Ire Ct.  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheN E WS.  "MtxS Said.:'  Sayward Land District,  Distriot of- Sayward,  TAKE NOriGE tbnt;������eorgo Stuoke, of  New York, N. Y., occupation   engineer,  intonds to opply fcr 1 ermis*sii*u to pur.  chusa   tbe   following   do������cribo������.l loodfl*:���������  Oommoneiug at a pout plnntccl 20 .cIu-h'm  aoutli.of tho north-enot corner of lot 65-1,  thonco onat 20 el-iains, liience north 40  obniag, tl.onco  wo������t  20 <*liHias,  thenco  aoiith 40 ohuim. io point of commwioii-  raent ooutuining SO norea moro or Iubs.  (iEOROE STUCKB  Fiuln-r M.jGnskinB, A(������ont.  DuteJunoiOtb, iflia.    ..  Rayward L-mA Dint ict. "  District nf S'ij-wiird.  TAKENOTIuE ilmt (ioorg-t Charlos  Stoti'i, of Now *i'tiik. N. Y��������� , ooenpitioii  olork. intciiclB to ppply [or 'pormif-fl>on to  purohiifletlio folIowii'RilofOribod lumlij:���������  C'omnionoiiig ut n punt plau-ti-il 40 oliaiua  ������o.it and 20 oliainu n.������i-������li 11 ilio nortli cast  oofimi' of lfjt.r).*J4, Ihunoo ennt <10 dirtitiH.  Ihonou aciitli UO ali:iinn thonco weal -10  t-liai'.H, t n 0 n nli 20 olmiiiu to -Quit 0?  uoinmoucnmont coiiluiiiii)(j 80acro������ moro  ur low.  GKOKOK CIIAULES .STONE  I'inhor .M, CxnnUinn, Agout.  Dato Juno IDili, ID I*-',  Sayward^and Distriot.  DUtriot of S.\yward.    ���������  TAKE-;NOTICIiHJt-b*.it   H^ury   Alfred  He e, of New York, New York, oconpati-  na ftleotr-i-oioa, iuLeut-s tp apply forpermig  aion to purraUmon to purchase th-n follow-  iog doBoKlicd landM���������Coniiuojioia*-; at a  pOBt -pluilto*! Hi t'loSJoOWtll 6U3t   COTijCT   of  the nortli wefl'i quarter of lot 583, thenco  40 uhmns oseti thcuoo 40 ebuina no*lb,  ���������tlienoo 40 chainoyott, tboiKio 40 chsiua  Bovith to point uf ooratiieuoomont coiitMu-  iug ICO acres moro or bas.  "llBKnir A-ZilMUiH IIkm.  Fifher M. GaBkin������, Agent.  DatRdJuno24tl), 1012,  Sny ward Laud Dintriot,  UUtiioL of .Siywiiril.  TAKKKOTKJH tbut ('IiuiUh I'mny of  Vancouver, IJ, C; occupntjon coutnio'.or,  intriids to nri-'ly fc-r iJOitiiii-Hlon to pur-  o'jiiH** tlio^follo-A iiifr j ilrcuiilicd lands:���������  (.'on moncliiK at a pout plii'iUnl1 at tin*  Sniitli onu'. om imt of lot W8, tlifli c.t w'ont  ���������111 oliaiim, thoiioc contli HO ohuln*-, 1 linn00  ���������^iiht '10 uimliiH, tlifi /*j nor li 81) ohairiH tn  point of uommniioflnioiil coitlaini.K H'jo  ttop'-i moro 01 Ic-������,  CilAKLKll I'K.NNV  i'lunt-r .\i. O'tikiiiM, Aboiit.  1> led Jnnr I'I li,  V.'!'���������\  I    C. H TARBELL  *jj     ���������*      ������V*������*'fefWMkMt������'l  Ihigh r.  ���������**m*������i*m^m*f%m.*wmi+vam*%*m\tim������m  I  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  ���������ff And all  KITCHEN   .UTENSILS  Sportsmcns Goods  I Genera! Hardware  ������������������������j/W������������������V���������*'w^v^������������������/,^  Sayward L11.1I Dihtrlot.  District of Sajwuul.  TAKE NOTICK   that  William  Jobii.  fiullivun, Now York, N, Y.,   oooopatlou'  c'.crk, intouda to nppjy for punni-Hion t >  r purohaao tho following  the 'foltnwbig dun.  orib..d landfl:���������Cominanuiiif*- at    a   pent  planted 10 (ihiiiiiH Hoi-.th fi'om Ibu Botilli-  OttBt corner ������f lot 57!)  (on post .171) llitiiico  ii.'iali SO cbuiiiii, thi.nco timt SO oLiiii.*-,  tho moo ijiiutb 80 olm;nu, thonco uuht HO  cluuiiH, to paint of commoiiL'eiii'.ut con ���������'  tui..in(i AW ''oi'co moro or Ic-hh.  WILLI AM JOHN HUIAA VAN  .FUborM, UiiHliini), Agoat.  Date Juno "JR IWi,*  ��������� ��������������� kiimh n ii  1 !��������� *m 11 am���������m -nawMwiwm*m*m*mm*m*am*at^  Sayward L:\uA Distfit't,  Diatiriot of J-Uywa il,  TAKE NOl'lCfiS that William AiiRnunl  llluoliofl, ft Now York, N. Y��������� ocisoiu*-  lion rlnrk, Intundd it t\\i\Ay for [H'l-miaiiioii  to puioliiuo the following doopribud  Iiiuii:���������CoiiiinciiWn^ at a pont plunted  ;)0 cliuliH CiHt and 40 ohait.H Jioilh of the  north- woit t'orm-r of Jot 6Q3, tlionoo wont  50 olm'u* moro or loin, |o lut Ml, lucuco  ���������lu ohniofl KOiith nlo i\n mat 'bouudary of  lot 551, thonco -run'. CO uluini* mire ur lm  to loiiHi) 4(1, tbnnon north 40 irlinloa to  Ijoinl of u imuioufioiiient contnlnini* Wit  uoroH more or lona.  WIUJ1M AUOAUST BlSCIIOFK  I-'iaJiur AJ.O'iHkiin, A������out,  lUto Juno {.'Otli, 1012.  Kay wiui ImiA Distriot.  Ob-lriot of flay ward,  . ' TAKK NOTICE thit Oharbfl IfrHiy  Witt, vt Ntiw York, N, Y��������� occupation  aalumiirtii, iiitnd-i to apply for p.irmln'-inn  t<>.pi>ivli*iNU tlm fu'l<-wi:'i; (l'*5<v-il,i*d limU:  ('viiuiiui'oiii|{ ;<l a pout I'lutit.'d nt tho  niii'ib pa-it om icr ot bit ."VI:.", th������ncj r.o.t!)  L'i) ba.11.-;, tliuM'c wtct 2.1 (.kaiiiii, tlit'iae  ���������Muith 20 i!ha ii*-, tliuiKjofsBt 20 djalntt to  firiiut of wntininiKKtiTifiit cotitaliiiRg 40  ������r rL-K morn or Idhh.  c'JlAiiU'.-i MKMty Jili.ST  lift'.n.. M, (jjtlaitH, tvfr-,*n''.  j&\'*fytit!tSi'ji W*  S---.ywt.rd Lor>d Di'atrict.  Dirtribt of Snyward.  TAKK NOTICE tlutjufan Ar-bur Daly,  of New Yoik, New York, roeaputiou oiatfc.  iuteads to  apply   foe p^riuikaiou to  yw"  oliQbo tbo  folk-wiu*;  di.Bc>jibod landa:���������  Oommonc-iog ut  a povt plaati-d  at ihe  south-cant   cornel* of L<ja������e 40,   tbenoe-  routb 80 ch'iioB,   thetjoo wc-tt SO ehtiioB,  fbencoi.ottb  80 chi.in������,   th-nici-  oa������t 89'  cbnitiB to poii t of ooinmcisoeiiU'iit Ootstain  ing GdO acres moro or lew-.  JOHN AllTHUB DALY.  Fisher H. UiiJdtia, Agont.  D<4to Juno 2-1 th, I'm.  Kayward Lnud Distriot.  iMatriotoi S.������*t\v������rd.  TAKE NOTICE  thol   Writer  HoAal^.  lii-i-t,     cf    Now    York,    No,v     Yoik."  ot'oupatioii    laborer,   i.rtendij  to    apply  for pcniiiflsii.'ii to purcluiHn tlio   following.  d..aciib-1-l IuiiiIk:���������Coinnicuoi f   at a^po.jtj  plan tod 120 i'luuu wo������t aod  10 cb������iu*i'  north o! tbo south-ci-,ot  cormor of Imsu*  40, tin nee houiIi SOobvini, theuco oant 4V,  f.liainti    thenoi- u.utb   B0 cbaiou,   tbutoe'  u'cflt (0 cbiilna to poiut uf oomm.ino>.'Uui-V  o:jutai.uine 320 acres nioio or hn,  WALTEJt JiBDKLL BEST-  Fuller M. Gaaklur, AKi*ut.  ���������Uulo JuniS4th, VJVl  NOTICE  Aiiyjwruon 01 persons, cutting  ri*moviii{> or tul'iiig any Ulocl^  limUn1 or wood, of utiy deflcrijitiotln  jolon^Jn^ to llm WulJiiigtrm CoU  ifery Uo'y., or from or orftlioland  uf lin- suiil (/omjmny, or ntiyoue  tipping rubbish of any descriptioa  nnvwliprn upnn Ui*������ r'nrnpnnv'p  Inn.l will lm pvoi-pcnted to tLu f������^,  ox lent of tlio l.ur.  W��������� J,. COIJLSON,  Oonoral Manugor^  Co lliery Uo,y,  ���������������"��������������������������� ���������������rmiil| II    ������������������MMMWHMOHIMMMM^  NOTICE,  liidiiiR on Incomolivta nnd   ra^  ���������A-uy cftTu ol tho   Uuioj) Adliurf  Coiwpany hy luiy <].>HtHt,iii   ,������r   jt..T..  vi,^. -f.yCopl fain creir- ->l> <������trict!j  lirohi'ilcJ.    liiiiployooB  'iv  sul������-  W t * diBtr.irV't.1 Ior ullocyi-j *rhh-  l-V older  SV. h.  COUJvSO>',(  4>l THE yEWFf/'CmtBlTTtTiA'NT), B. C
r^ADE.    J rs}     CANADA
-'���������*���,""������ *.���'���..* y.\ ������'���'���'..���Laz/-:*iV1<*i.n-...',,"*; *-,.��� :��� '���';'��� I
:S:Kt)Ule;:,. isyy/'ia/iosr Jiuiii I'.'know,, J
:*I,K',vbaS������aiv inventiontiwd i��y,.t"iitu;,'by:'j
merely ���'piil!in--y;i wire In*'bed" be (-an.)
light u'u*yi're:;������..'"but ' hai;yloo.s:.'n't. socio j
,/tO: improve matters;   *'*���     ' ���*���'���..���".'*   *'���*���'
��� ���yvh>ynonV--.v :i*.v: ,.V;-''y/;y: v-
,-y "1 le'si^-tlod ;ia'��y\,,b';i"iuVt.v*-'��'^..-',-V*',"-?^''-��'. '*: "���.
'y.yyy:y]'y :.- cubes ���y'.*'' ���>  ���������;, *v,.. ���������*
*.���:��� 'Belowyia "{jSvotv :t copy of n icttcr
..from h prominent Wiinnpos* DrtiR'siSt*..
.''This is tint lyjj.iea! o/ iiie.mtiny v.**�� ro*-
'.ceiv'fl,.. iKTvisiuK -of ������the kitiu " d-*? ma nil
foi-iSANOI-antl-iSANyi.'S .VK'ri-DfA-
.'Ki-rrKS.' ond. tlio :,j*;any��cu**c*-j these
yi.y*ling\ remeUieH effect. _,'-.<>:���'���'.";:. :..;
The Sauol ^ruiui,'fact'uHiisf;-'Cp'.,**,>-,;'   . ���-;;
������:'---.'.;.'*>*,'"I..���������^viii'.niiH'g'!'-,.*���::";.��� :"��� X:'���:"/���-, ��� -���-��� :-y
De-fir . Sh's.���T" ���/:���": .���* V'>.' ���?*"'���      .' .���.'���������'*'���.',��� ������'���.���
s.ltv regard, to ���fho sale of SANOL arid
:S/\Nqi;'S** ANT!-��[ABE')'KS V I .might
saj'.-.l have   bc'eii.-lvswiiiliuK:.,,thR goods,,
for, about  '..ilVvee   ���monUts.   :1-.\ wns'
Obliged'   T0,:i)lUv,in.SA.XOr.'S,;ANTt-
VljlA BETES to;:gui*)p!V one '''or" my ''quis-v
to-,yevs,5 'who now is .completel**.-' cured
alid'-whoiri';*'!.believe, !!ias sent* a;test 1-
mo.iiia'V to  your o'filce'Yj- Another* cus-'
torner. ordered   SANOJ.   : timVVj  was
obliged lo stoclc 'it?, 'i'lii.s  g'enUei'nan
was so v.'ell salisQed. that he hat*,sent
: bottle:-),    to- Js his ' "fi-tencisy-** Up * :to"
'this time  I/* hail nevfi-���'���:- v��atly.V.?:'takt*.h'
���riivl"cli';'iiviero.st.'.in the pvcparatlo'.isr but;
��� when eusio'jhei- aftercustomer would
'come, in and tell us, about .what SAN-'
, GlV had done *tov;r!Uieth! t cnnie -to.', thu';.
coriciiihion^it "v.-duliKNbe    worth    my-
'wlfi!e Koitlrig.. behind -SA""'0r.and .re-,
comnrctiauis* At;- ���to ��� iflS' .....custoniers.
This' 1 *havu';"i'lone7: and ,1 .have heard,
nothing* but words of praise' for SAK1-,,
OJ<iand recdnmiendiri-j* H/tpVniy;;<;us-:
���tonier'si'.'- ,'fhiH ,P '.have'.'i.donc,**,.: and, J
liare lisard^notiiing'������' but Swords* :'bt
praise"���������-���for^-  KANO'j"*ft!Kl:". SANOL'S
Aivtt'D'lAB'-VrES.-V'-amr*-���'-.. -���-..���...'.*.;,:'
S*:;^:'?:V:Vf:y;'' Xvayiv* l.tnilyr' .'y;y"*'?
^!.'.':r\,iyS'.-i,..'.:.A'u'silii:s,''p'r,.ug': Store? * '^y
���';���������!:?' ���. '^..yyi-- y- ''j;. *Hamiyn,' "}ier. i y
many  others  of like 'nature, .may  1>��
-^oe-i' iinoui our? Files, at cm*,- time;
T S\2sW'is-'* the:"KEMABLK-CU'KEV
'for Gall*StotH>B,\K!dne.v..Trouble, :Kid-
hev  Stonftst,   Bladder .Stp.nes.uJiravel.'
'J.iui%ukt>  "and ,-. a)V; diseases.,,: arliSlUb'
'fi-bnT"l-i'lo*;-.''Ac!(.l*'..* Price  51.ft*'.   .-    ,*:.
SAMOi/S ������ANT.I.-D.tABETES   Is������M.lio"'
oiih'  retnedy  wliieli  has  a record   of:
��� cptijijlete." oui-eti   of   DU\bote3.,. lli-lee;
.lli'.O'O',''?' .*.���.-.    - '���*'"" ' ' ''*':':' ~-X.      ���'������'���',���
*.. For s'lle ��1   all* leading, Drusg*lsts,.
Send for. l-'ree"...Wleraliu-e.* :���.��. ���**':, .*;.
... Limited ��� ������ "*���... -.���.,."',,
V    :    '    r:WINNIPEG; MAN.y:'s,   ::'"" .
Save.*, the Situation,
'J'h* i-i.-- bill oi' a -lor'al)'*-* Ihoatro
lui il uoi Iiihmi jiald, it iit*. a man appear-
i*il on llie kcoiio ami aimonuml Jii��
iiiUMilion, or ciiliiu*.',* ofi' the aupply ir
\\\o hill was not paid nu ilie spot,. Tlu!
iloorkpo.pci- i-(.-mouHi.rul,*.*d wiih lilm,
poiiiling oui Unit tlie inaiiaKtT Avas o.i
lluj staso al lho linu'. iind co/ihl not
possibly'leave it for an hour. ''Hie
j^is man  mislil  call  tlien.
No, snid I lie f.*a!s num. I'm soins
Ui fin ii otV now.
Hold, hard, said'flic doorkeeper. 1
will go'and i(?ll the manager. Disguis-
in<4 liimseir in a lmse'red cloak and a
sn-ai fell hat, he walked on to the
Behold, me lord, said lie, (lie man
sitinds ai the- easl.lo gate to'.be reinnn-
eraied ,,\'ov llie glimmers, and, n not
i*eeii at once., darkness threatens us.
In an  instant, llie  manager knew.
Co,  lie  thundered.    I follow thee.
Minard's Liniment used by Physicians
r��� You"itsedi,to>ant: t'cfyhold nvy-.haiid.
���.befbre we {were; nmrried.y^she,*'.. ;-coitv
plauved ;���':, s I'd like ''���-'to ii6w,.',,,said..;':'lie
easily;hut .iiv would  keep youyfroiii
���voiu' liotiHewqi'iy.my-. dear.'. \:\'y yy ,y=;
',..;V..\rf:y  Oivthe;,H'oneymoqit;-  ; ',',' .'.'���{'
; :";(Tlio stt-.rt*i~--She-���:Tho 'giiavd ;says
' -tills', tunnel, is; twonviles .long,,
;; ;;Ke---Bul Jiang;it, the lights, are all
.'���hmieiT.*:bii'y ���',..^.,',y ; :;X'\'[
������'���.'(The': ���.-Houiwij���llere*' is; this'.lovely
luniiei: again.'"'.;;";;' *.":y;,'-;,;"'"!;':'
':'-Hey-\Voll, v.'hy''tho{tleuce don't, lliey
.light' the eavriages, "Uien?'���:'���*,*���
'y:i; Vs.v yy.' u':A:'.HIr.t-'.': ,>��� "^
y l.Tow"������'would you.like" to bH' hugged
liy r bear?, 'ii-skeil "the timid .young
muiv. ���'������ ���:���   '''...     :,'.". ",.","""   '.'"'���"
;,1 think I'd like U. replied' tho sweet
j-oting thing, "A Wliloh "side   of:.lho
'���stock market arcs, you- on?      J;,
y..\Vo|i.ld,*;,,vou; really 'jiut-'yoiirself ;oiit
y/pulci!'!.':\:,'fJ"iie'n'rdq i(;.*,*���;pleased,isii'e;*'-iiiiir-
mured,; with '���.''eyes'.'' hall' closed;; ;;,"Trh
aTVi'ifl']yV':a1>y-f-ally'-'.tir'ied! ;y 'yy:.'\y ;-;y;"-
Baton tli:-scli, the financier, was din-,
ing at the same table as ,a German
prince who made no secret of his,antipathy towards Jews. lie ended up
a description of a tour he had taken
in Turkey by saying pointedly: Two
ot the custon.s of that country impressed me as excellent. All Jews
"atTti-? i 05*"TTiTETi"aT"e~ca~u g li irar-e_a tro nee
*' How lucky yon and 1 don't live
there, remarked (he financier, iiuiet-
ly ���
;; Customer���Hey^;waiter!;,?,Waitei^
Yes,i-sir. ; Giisio'iiier^-Kindly -tell, the
leadei*\oIs;.the :orchestra' to ,*play some-
tlilng "sad aiid^low Avhlle 1, dine."������;* I
���want to ,'see"*if" it woii'thave a "sqftei'if-
ing influence on thls'steakV' /;;.;,'
���It is easy ehougltto lptfk plet^fint^*-;;"
When t.he; spring conies along \Vith a
;": "rush!*"'; !'y.y ;!'"';":"1;/"���'���'.:�����'' ''r^y'yyr
: Bul thfe .Tellpw, worth while "��: :,/*;v
u ,. Js ''ouo .Vli'b can still ley : '7'"y.. "'?'
AVlieti lio slips and' sits down 'iri the
���"'.���alush;;',. ;*  'trX-���*.''������"" ;;:s-;������'*'���;���* -���'���-..-,
1 was coming to town In ���.��� trouvcni-
this mo ni his, Hulil ,'links, aud tho con-
duotor camo iu r-iul glared at mo a'*
IM luulu'l paid my far.*. And what
Mid you do? Oh, I just glared hack
uthim tis it I had.
���Miller's Worm Powders are complete in themselves. They ' not only
drive worms from the system, but repair iho -damage thai, worms causo
and so Invigorate the conslilutlon that
'it speedily recoi-ers from tho disorders
of tlie digestion tha' are the result $t
the work of! these parasitic Intruders,
They do their work thoroughly aud
slreugth and soundness follow their
Hi i go lie���This hookenso Is an inch
out. nf plumb. 'A'e must hnve *hn(
Jniogeiii**-Oh, dear! And l'vo
hfiird those plumb rs are so expensive. .
m^mmmm.  ^iwii
Her phfitograph ihiil"a girl thinks
IooIi.h Just like hor is .ouo hor own
mother wouldn't bo able lo recognize,
At the
Buying at tlie (.Moiywill land
litis ranp,e at your ilntion frt-iglit
prepaid for $20,00 If J* than
tkn next best otovf on (lift market. You pocket the
(lealftr'.s profit���about 30 per cent. ��� <t,t\ a beautiful ��t��el
and mrilleableiron r.inKe built to Imt a lifetime. And what'-
more you savo money tvery month on your fuel bill.
n.v.y r.jr.j-; !; vuirtr.cJi'.iCTtltj' ��*i*i*����'��*n����-��fl
Dominion Pride
It's as good as seeing
the range to read the
complete and clear description in out book.
The book alk> contains a
hi-tlory of ooking vvoitii       ���iiSKl t.
reiding.    Let w >^d       %Wtf\g&lZqr    Cif li��.:i��->.Oibiwi
you a copy. VtWM^%*%f
Ctinailii Malleable & Stcc! Range ^'UaMm
Mi'ii>Gu., Limited, Otiiaw< Oat.   Jfxyt
d��*f    *'l2li*.    ......   .   ....if
It Might Have Been Otherwise
, Poor and sad, a tlred-looldng ludl-
vidua*! entered the shanty whore tha
workmen were eating their dinners,
lio was carrying a red tin can, -
Hey, comrades, he sighed, wearily
holding out a hand by /way of salutation. Look at this tin of powder I
picked iip this morning,, I've a mind
to'"blow myself np with it, and so end
my0,troubles here and now.
Cut that sort of talk and clear out,'
ordered Hie foreman'.
But the man" addressed paid no attention'. :11a cast one comprehensivo
glance around the shanty, then walkod
delibcvaloly to tho store, opened the
door, and thrust the can inside.
A shriek of wild dismay followed
this action and a moment Jaler the
placo was empty.
Ten minutes after, when the runaways returned, thoy found the enn
reposing peacefully on tho lire. Tho
tl rod-looking iiullvidua! had gone. So
had their-dinners and other of ihelr
posses-'ious. ���
Nova Scotia Mother Tells Ho\ They
Cured Her Aches and Pains, and
Made Her a Well Woman Again.
Eciim Secuni Bridge,. .Halifax Co.,
N.S. (Special)���From'Vancouver to
Halifax como daily reports of the
splendid work Dodd's Kidney Pills are
doing for the suffering women of Canada, and .this little place can show
a splendid cure, of its own. 'Mrs.
Orasfii-s Pace, (he mother of a large
family was a sufferer from those aches
and pains only women know. Today
she is a strong, healthy woman.
Dodd's Kidney Pills did it.
"I had'a, pain in my lel'r side and
down through my hips." Mrs. Pace
stales. '���] hail headache all the
lime. My heart, was -weak, and al
limes a pain , otiud il .added io my
fears. Some days 1 was hardly able
to walk.
"J read of a number of cures of
cases like mine by Dodd's Kidney
Pills, and sent for three boxes, Today 1 am a well woman, and can do
as much work as ever 1 could.
Dodd's Kidney Pills cured "Mrs.
Pace because her troubles came from
diseased kidneys. ' Dodd's Kidney
Pills always cure diseased kidneys,
and as ninety p<r cenl. of women's
troubles come from kidney trouble,'
Dodd's Kidney Pills have come to be
known as suffering* woman's best
A-Stiff- Proposition'
y A';:'caiiyasser wliPiCalled at-a:certain
ho u se y n: So tt t h Lo tido it a t] th e ,t Vnte of;
inmates of.tho, abode aware^ofIiis'pre-:
seiic'e';'">-;���!/���'������: yy f -.*-y:':-;.'-!:. '��������������: x ���:*" u;'y.v%
'.'*'. For a;long,while heI knocked vainly,'
but '.loudly; ouyhfi" door; tlieir; at; last
.Jly-.wns. "opened cautiously',; by: a Vo-
man who peered 'out-at- ,hiiji"'.!siispic;'
lotiglyThrough the* narrow aperture/:
<y!\\'od, d'you;want? she iisked,^'
,yPolitely,. the. "cativasser-f explalnod
"that; lie hud called to ��� solicit" the ".vole:
of 'Uiis^m'ojst. gracious: lady's husband
on/behalf of M'i*.;.So-ancl-So.:';
; -Then "get out! the good daroe:,eX"
claimed, as she. slammed iho ..door in.
the man's :face:. ^ It's "'.'.no good "you
!co'min'S'';ei'e:: "Me..an' my 'usbnuiljio
not tyl'e.;iia interest; in hufi'ink. y,"
Minard's     Llnlmer.t /'���'���-.'Lumber li.a'ri'V
'l .y.y, '-'.yy' .-..^y '.Friend,,';' .'���' :,'';'���.',;���
The controversy which arose some
time ago with rogni-cl to iho skull of
Cromwell recalls t.he Incident of tlio
iraveling showman, who on entering
a country lown, displayed amongst,
other ihiug-*', a skull, which ho claimed to be that of Cromwell. That cannot be, said ono of his audience, as it
is well known that. Cromwell had a
big head, Oh, on mo the rolorl. but
this is his skull wlvn lie was a hoy.
That Misleading Announcement
Hoy wanted!
The nol lco was display-d hohlly In
tlio window; aud I3en yiiiimniis, a I'i or
gazing at It thoughtfully for a inlnnlc
or two, uiustoi't'd his courage and stepped Into lho shop.
What Iflud of n Ijo,i Is h you waul','
lin asked I lift malinger,
Oh, replied thai gentleman, n ilee'enl
sort of hul���ono who Is quick nnd willing, one who won't ln/o ahout with a
elgnrello lu'twe'cu his lips and whistle
und ono--
, 'I'lic yonlli 1 liriiMt his hands Into lil.-
jioi'lifds and eyed llin ninnugor con-
(in rn! li" I'l-'iiiarluMl. You don't
want a hoy :it all,    Vou wnnt a girl!
A girl forced hy her parents Into a
dlMigriinabl'* tuni������li wiih nn o'.d man,
whom sh" il-jii'Hldd, w:hon lho clergy-
nm ii crfiii" In thut pari oi' llm iien'hv
whnrn Ilio luldo Is asked If who con-
seni,. hi tak" i!����� hrlilcgiiinm for hor
husband, mild, with grout simplicity--
Oh, dear, no, sir! Rut you iwo the
llrni person who luis m;koi| my oplnh .
al oui the nii'.ttcr.
���    Two Can  Think Occasionally
It was a. literary dinner. Things
had bean going rather slow in the conversation line, when 'someone turned
tho talk to the various curious methods of worklug employed by literary
Several tales had gone' the round
and evoked feeble smiles, when an
elderly "man seated at the top of the
labK cited the case of a* well-known
writer who waa wont to arouse his
spouse in (he wee sma' hours and ox-
Jessie, get up; I've thought ot a.
good word. Whereupon .lessle would
obediently arise, crawl out of,bed, and
make a note of Ihe word.. A little later, as likely as nol, a now inspiration
would seize him and lils bettor halt
would again bo aroused from lior slum-
fin with:
Col up, wife; I've thought of a better
word. - \
The company listened to (his anecdote with rapt Interest, when suddenly a witty girl, who until then had
been bored lo death by tho evening's
"proceedings, remarked:
Well, .if he'd been my husband, I
know what 1 should havo .dono; I
should have replied: My dear, get up
yourself; I've-thought ot a bad word!
���I'uUi'  li.-VXATlVlO  miO.UO Quinine Tabids.    Imiisglsts let'und money if il falls
to our-.      K.   \\\  GKOVl-rS slsnnture is
nn  cncli   box. '    "So. i
Wise  Precaution
Now, Harry, go to Smith the grocer's and get a pound of lho best treacle, ,said his mother, and she handed
ihu young hopeful a couple of good-
sl/.ed jugs..
When the boy had-gone the vicar's
wife said���
,. Vou didn't fell him to get auyfhing
in Die other .jug. Is he going to
leave it at the shop.'
Xo, ma'am; lie's going to bring it
back here again.
run. wlix send two jugs to get a
pound of treacle?
��� Woll, you.see, il's this way. If ho
has a jug in each band, lie can't go
dipping lils lingers into the treacle as
tip comes along. ���
Fishy '
*' A-gentleman, after lunching''off two
soles,  approached Uie, cashier's' desk
and. said: ,< ,i -
I. have three fish' to pay for..-
- The waiter'(who "had ,.attended on
him)   was passing  at  the  time,  and
remarked: '
No, two, sir. ��
-, Tho 'gentleman  replied:
-���' Mxcnse , me.    1  have three to >pay
for���two.soles, and one smelt.   ,*
An old negro, taken ill, called in' a
physician of liis own race. There being no signs of improvement, lie at
last���asked --for_a_\srhito doctor. The
doctor came, felt the old man's pulse
and examined his tongue. Did you
other doctor take youi* tempera lure Y
he asked. I don't know, sab, replied
the negro. I ain't, missed anything
bul my watch so far:
Judge Greenhow, 'of the Leeds and
Wakefield County Court, who has just
completed thirty-two years ou the
bench, has many *"* ploasant reminiscences of Lord Russell, who used to
stay with him in his cottage at. Eshcr
in Surrey, where, as usual with the
future Lord Chief Justice, he ruled
ovoryono with a rod of iron. "On one
occasion, being in haste to gel io Ills
whist, he said (o Mr.'Ureouhow's parlor-maid; I lore, "'ary, take away the
meal; your master* has already had
far more than enough for him. Tlie,
ninUl cleared tho table speedily, and
the gnosis riit down to a long night
of whist. "
A Standard Medicine.���Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills, compounded of entirely vegetablo substances known to havo
n;roviv|Eylng' and salutary effect upon
tho diaoslivi! organs, hnvo through
years of use allulnod so eminent a
poiiltlou I ha I. ihu;' rank ub a standard
medicino, Tho ivHins Bhould renioni-
bfii* this, Simple in their composition, thoy cau be assimilated by the
weakest stomach, and nro certain lo
have a hfiulihful and iigroor.blo effect
on the sluggish digestive organs,
Strangest Laka. In the World
Noar Lorrnoh, in the Ulnolc l-'orosl,
Is tlio st ran go si. lako In tho world.
It is called i.ho Hlchoncr See, and Is
perfectly dry for ton io thlrloon
yours a; a lime, aftor which period
sub form'lean iprlngH rr-llll lho Inlto
without any previous warning, flooding and ilosiroyliii- any crops that
have boon plnniod. Tho soil ,lu the
bed of tho hike U very producllvo,
but iho I'nnuoi'i- and potiHiintH never
know iu what year tholr work will ho
luielosH and lliolr young cropi- drowned. A fow weeks ago tlio I'llclinoi-
Hoo, aftor having boon dry for lho
Inki- ton yofli'H, iK'gati iv-lllllng with
water, which In tlio deepest part is
now l") *Vt, llm iivoruKo depth being
L* i'i'i-; . Tho waters of lho hiko generally renin In u your or so, nud limn
gradiinlly dlsiipponr Into tlio uru-lli,
leaving a rloli'V.ll behind,
iln<i (on dwlo���Wluil nro you rowing wiih Uitii ivuiiU iu the bow ol uu-
iMliU    101,    I ill ���'
Put- Sluiio, an' U il wns In lho
sI/tu wouldn't I bo rowing uphill nil
I lit* I line'." An' tllln irt I lie way I'm
rowing downhill nil Un* ilnu-l
1 Viijiw-'l'l'���'''"I   hn,!'   I'I''.''    I 'niiOU'il
Hie will of llm deceased','
���Student-- Vos, fill*, and the cam-i held
I hat he was pilfering from hallucinations.
Proiosr'or On wlii-i grouinti''.'
Hiutli'iil- 1' iiDponr*- that lie l"fi
.���(H-.-ffw.nP.. - ������'������ 1'-' I'i'"!'"'': '" hi'
mother lu-lav.-.
L.nli lm v.i I'j'l.ig :-..in,ig>ii.,i-i -
WltatV tho liH'i'or'.' Vo-iii'-iHif-r-My
Irothor 5i.i- hi.y-    lw   !:���>' La h   ���
Well, .M>u iiuiHin'i I-i i hai -..crry j on
ko much. Vmmg--'-i- I'm 1 ��n"<
���vi iiil.ig r ���
W. U. U   950
Ho yon think *ion would mako a
N-Uliil'aViory vnloi for an old liuuiaii
wreck liko myrti'lf. do yon? said (lie
old ''oldlei to the applicant for tho
PomIi.oii of hoAy Horvunl. Yon know
1 him- a glusrt oyo, a wax arm, nnd a
woodou log -llmt nood lo bo looked
,im-,, ���i>. '. > ;;*..��� .''.'or. :*\" f<\\"o (potii
cih", th-n'-- nil right, colonol, nnlil
the applicant, chooritilly. 1 workait
flvo yt-ars In lb" nHsonibllng dopart-
iDcni* of iii" sco-or-riu- work* ..nil
thi-ri- Isu'i �� liwhtno on thn mnrkot
Ihni 1 Ciin'i lako apart and put togot'.i-
I     t'l ��.*! ��
More Attractive
j    Troiii-'mloua crowd up nt our church
; I'tHi night,
j    n'mw mlnlslor?
.    No, ll was burned down,
I    Tlm hot��-l patron had wnitcil fully
,i:i  hJ o- I''""' "   '������*''.*'   *,!,'u'  v.iillf'T  to
.itll'l'i'   l* *���'���   CUUl'ti-'i.
Xo-.v. luiithcr, h�� dulil to tln> wnlior,
cp.n  '���"m  l'l'-us'  in.--  --oiiie uitnalo uni-
,o.l'.' '       '
Von. .mc H.<\A >ho waiter,
Aii,1. -i-ili'l-iucl fao -niMOmrr, wiillo
-.J. A'/'* "'"���-''' J'-1'" tntif'iil  H"nA  tii�� n
| viimi;".! cnt'l  ii'-*-  uinl then.
The Modern Sliine!
���S ft O E
Easier io Use
Better for the Shoes
infiiriiijiiiiVn.jut'-iiiiR ���jiijiJAii ",*.- .Willi .-, ji.tfiitcif ������ ;i itsi'riicUon's t,: t��>*C
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liiiivs fpi-'il>'iiii|s.! i-osoUii'i: wtlli'liur lil��''c';ituU-*Kiii**' wilfbc inatlvU
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'VinNN.1 PEG^ |; THE'v\^
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oats Willi a tiiblespooul'ul of Ini-kr.nationat.Stocic I'ood than
, ou 5 c-itarls of oats without it. Also, in addition to saving feed,
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We guarantee that'
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that it will make your Milch-Cowi g-ain from .one to four quarts of milk a day.
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Have easy riding graded Engl is li  steel springs a"..d are  upholstered
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Minor Evidence
It was a timber law case, In which
Tim Tlealy wns counsel for iho de-
t'enco. Jn tho course ot the case a
youthful witness was put. up nn an expert cm the plaintiff's side. Tlm roI,
up to cross-oxnniliip,.
What ugc are you','
Twenty-one years?
How long' have you been In (he tlm-
bin* InitioV��
Two yeai'H.
Tlm Htit down, .saying: A regular
bubo In the wood, my lord, which dis-
couulcd tho ovhlenei* ol' lho youthful
I say, most annoying. .Met Hltilcs
Juiit now, and anUcd blm lo lend mo
a tonnov. Ilo reiusod, Thou 1 met
Uiuili,-! and .Tngga, and asked them,
They both rcl'uiied, Don't you think
they're rotters? Yo-o-h, Mr���I'm
n rotter, too.
Agnes-- What foolish Ihlngi* n
young mnn will i'.) whon Iio'h I", love.
MII10I---OI1, Aguen! I'll bet ,li\cli';i
One thing worno than 11 *.iullt-*r U
the* chap who Is nfrnld lo begin.
The Captain was Sober
Tho HlUppor of a tramp aloamc
was cursed with u wato who was far
from being a teetotaller, and once,
when th a man was so drunk '1.1ml. ho
conhi not wrlto up his log, lils superior did so, beginning the entry: Today tho mnto Is drunk.
That olllcor, having recovered, rend
iho Incriminating roninrlc and retorted
cfl'ocllvcly by stnrtliig his notes with:
Today lho captain was sober,
Political Candldato-Wol'l, did you
discover anything In Stmiip'n past, lifo
(hut wo'can uso against him?
Detective���Not. n thing. All ho
over did before- He camo hero won to
sell awnings,
Political jtoHS-Why, thui/ii just
what we want. "We'll say (hat ho
has been mixed up In acinic decidedly
shady iraiiHdctloiiH.
Tho world owes me a living, slionr-
ed tlui excited t'.ieoiist, Woll, replied tho Hi-'i-ene eltli*.eii, you're nllvo,
aren't you?
The \'l."��r--l)o yon glvo your Aog
nny oxerclHo, "Mr. Hnillh? .Farnur
Smltli���Oh, yes, lie goes for 11 tramp
Neuralgic Conditions
of the Nerves
Tn this nee of uervoil"" <IIhoi'i1oim
iiGiinilRia la leurniliy coiiiihoii. *��������>,
lirrti. itloilfiJii la at ���Jt-ujula!.'! in )^
lieiul or apllltlwB lieailaeli-a. but *nenr.
nlgln nioy affect, nny part of the body
In wliloh there are Himsltivo nerves.
The tooth are ofton blamed ami
(���vlr-V'l-**-l In error, when tho caiiao ot
the trouble iw 11 *u-"J ��oi|i.>ici'ii.ln:.l
condition of tho blood and tho utarvoJ
While nouvalgl.1 palnn rive r.Biially
ulia'rp and flhootlng. nud fonscfjuonlly
dinicuU to locate, tho seat of trouble
Is usually sore and tend-M- under prea-
���*���,1,,,��� , 1   .
Neuralgia I�� pain, and at such U
.-,..  onnotrtm  of h   ill.se3ip--iifrv6ii��
cvhau'stlon.    The nervfn m.ist be re-
stored  before euro -can posmibly bo
..;...yt,.ii 'i-
ruvnbU' by lb-* *u<-r> of Iir. ('hnne'rt
Nerve Food. Tho patient is thin nnd
bloodleaa nnd needs tonic tventitiont
to form new, r!c!�� blood.
Tlio application ot cloths wrung from
hot wnter will afford relief from thn
.>,.?.,,!*.,-,, a.::-: t1.*; :?::**:**r ���;.���."> ot !"��'���
CMiaao's Nurvo l-'ooil for a fow weeks
will completely overcome the nour. '���
gle condition,
Powerful drug'; aro to bo nvoltleil,
becauso of tholr injurious effect In
further weakening the nervoiw ay.f
torn, Tlio Nerve Food cures by building up tho feeble, wasted tiervj cellu,
and for Wi\% reaioti U ot lasting bcut-
lit.    .
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
r,fi cuts a box. . ft-*. $2 "o\ at .1!', il.-.tl <-r*-. or V.A:...i'.i��. u. l"t,ii* -i i- f .. I.ldkT
i 3.TIE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  lit  %  w  PEOPLE'S 'PULP IT.  Sermon by      [a  CHARLES T. ^  . RUSSELL  Pastor Brooklyn  Tabernacle.  t  PAINS OF HELL  EXPLAINED TO US  Misconceptions' of ��������� Bible's  Teaching ��������� Beauty and  Truth Hidden.  I'nto.rson,   N.J.. ���������Pastor  Htis'i'll preached this afternoon in the  Opera House." His topic wit's "Beyond  tliO'tSrnve.!' Wo report his discourse  to Bible Students on tho text: ."The  would Tall. We cannot definitely  know ot their reasons, because they  do not tell us,'we can-only surmise,,  Others, very worldly-wise, have become Higher Critics, And do not believe in the Bible at all. They are  really agnostics. But they' do not desire to advertise their lack of faith,  lest it should .detract from their  esteem among men. They prefer-to  pose as believers, nnd to hope that  the" time will come when all the  wealthy mid intelligent will become  unbelievers also. Then they will declare, "We have' not been "believers  for many'years, but we kept the matter secret, fearing to be misunderstood as opponents of the best interests of society."  All the while; this latter class con-  scei antagonized Jesus and the Apos- j stitutes the greatest menace in the  ties, because their hearts wore out of ��������� world.to law and order, and are the  DAMES AND  DAUGHTERS.  MIGHTIEST OF WARSHIPS.  Mrs. Magdaleua Herrman, who recently died In New York, left a fund of  ?12,000 for the support of two pet dog&  Mrs. E. H. Harriuian" has deeded llie  Sodus Point property of her husband  lo Bishop Walker of the Episcopal diocese' of western New York, to be a vacation resort for clergymen.  ��������� Miss Ellen ' Emerson of, Concord,  Mass., a" granddaughter of Ralph Waldo Emerson, has been traveling through"  The Pennsylvania Will Be the Groatet*  of All tho Dreadnoughts..  As designed the new United Statea  battleship Pennsylvania ranks as th������  most powerful Dreaduought built,  building or authorized hi' any of tho  great uiival powers. Her principal di-  mens'ons are: Length over all, 655  feet; beam, 97 feet, aud draft. 20  feet, on a displacement of 21,000 tons'  the eouulry lu behalf, of the $1,000,000, ou trial, which is but,two-thirds of her  harmony with the Good Tidings, so  it is to'-dny with some. Unable lo  uphold, the   doctrines   which   have  soriow-* of death compassed mc,^ unci | driven, away so many of the i'ntelli-  "1/lic pains of hell gnt hold upon me."'; Ronl   ot   their ��������� flocks,   famished   for  /���������Psalm lK'-U.  ���������'Opening   his   address,   the  . :.������|iol(K'i/-.cd for the selection ol  If  Pastor ';  t wli a j  text./, He would much prefer to talk ;  nli'iiii the lines of Christian character-*!  building aud"the necessity of growing  in grace'; knowledge, and love, and'j  thus, becoming more and more copies ���������  of God's dear,!Son. "His apology was!  tlinl his text, a sample of many;other j  Bible statements, is so, grievously mis-.;  uii(lorsl6o(l iis'to .stand in the way of  -Clii*i.<liaii progress*. Tn conjunction  willi-. other Scriptures, it was woven  into terrible theories during .the Da'/k  Ages. Those theories became imbedded in'tha various creeds of the time.  nml so obstructed - the channels of  thought that the grace, truth aiid  tiWuty- of the. Bible were hidden..  Mmiy noble hearts, he claimed, 'are  fitmishin:"* for lack of the refreshment  ol God's Truth, by reason of the fossilised errors which bloe,k. the way. ���������  The, "Scriptures',.foretell conditions  exactly fis they-'are to-day. They de-  oluro that there shall be "a famine in  the land���������not a famine of bread, nor  n lliirst 'Jc water, but of hearing-.the  Wild of; tho Lord.:' (Amos Sill.)  Agiiin .ihe "Scriptures1 declare" "My  ���������'ou'ilcjiro destroyed for lack of knowl-  edgo."-' ;l-l0osc;i -i,-6.') " It is certainly  true that there aro. as many honest-  'li'cur.ted, "'conscientious.' well-meaning  people in,, llie-world-to-day������,8S have  cvpr'lived-rperhaps more. Yet these  wll-meaning , people are perishing,'  famishing-, for lack of spiritual nourishment. True;,'there are*" some" who  claim fo be weil-,nourished������and to find,  in the popular pulpit������( of the land all,  the spiritual refreshment-'and strength  .���������thoy need. ���������   ������   *   '"*  ''   But these are as nothing compared  , with'the'millions wlio give a different  testimony. 1 am gla'd'lbal those who  atlend worship regularly, and are  well-nourished,and well'satisfied, have  "wlnrt"they, desire, ���������at- lire���������mwtb~vf���������tr  hiuidred 'thousand  preachers. ' 1  am  Truth.;a few ministers are angry with  us.,' True to the Master's prophecy,  these "seek tosaj* all manner of evil  falsely against, us, for His sake, for  the Truth's- sake. Yet, jn spite of  their, unchristian course, the poor  ���������straying sheep aro hearing and recognizing (lie Voice Divine, arc coming  back to the Word ,of God. aro being  sanctified by tlie Word of Truth.  ,li this were, the only text .mistranslated and misunderstood, the ordinary reader would doubtless pass-it  by, saying, ''1 do not.understand it.  Probably -it is a figure of speech."  1-itit this text is merely a combination  of , mistranslations, all of which are  connected with an eternal torment  system of doctrines invented "during  iho Dark Ages. It" is this combined  system which has such p6\ver over  men's minds. This'-ppwe'r" of error,  this power of fear, 'is turning intelligent, minds away from the* .Bible.  Ilonce it is our duty to break down  -."the false doctrines, and to clear away  the obstacles which, hinder the-1 flow  of Truth to the minds and hearts of  tho people of God���������the straying  sheep. Nor "are these straying sheer".''  'all, or chiefly the ignorant. They  include many of the ablest'minds and  truest hearts' in the world���������minds and  hearts too true and too logical to believe palpable falsehoods', or to profess ,what they do not believe. 0  " Tlie Psalmist is merely telling of  his severe illness, from which"by0lhe  grace of God he recovered.1 "He" would"'  have" us understand "that, it was not/  merely ii slight* ailment;.. He described his* emotions in the * language of  our ������text, 'saying,-; "the sorrows" of  death compassed me about"; that is  to say, the sadness associated with  ihe thought that he-'was about id die,  about' to.yieave his' friends:' In ",Uie  "poetic form of the Hebrew language,  he -repeated ��������� this thought;' "namely,  ���������T-lie-pains-of-li-eill-gat^lioid-u'poiwiiJii.  In our "modern language this would  reaching out jitter .'It-be lost sheep <A\ mean the painsof death, ,or the pains  \\  the house of Israel." through the seen  Inr press. They tell me that I am  tenching millions of the unchurched  every week. My readers are the discontented, the unsatisfied, ,perishing  for lack of knowledge, hungering and  thirsting after the right ways of God���������  the real teachings of the' Bible.  My heart goes out to those as the  heart of Jesus went out to the same  fin's*--, nearly nineteen centuries ago.  We read, "lie had compassion on the  multitude, for Ho beheld,that Ihey  were like sheep having no shepherd."  I nm seeking, aS an uiider-shephord,  lo bring these hungering, thirsting,  polishing sheep to tho true "Shepherd  and Hisliop of souls"���������the Lord Jesus,  I am seeking to remove from their  minds the prejudice and various oh-  iilriiotions which havo hindered the  How of God's grace and truth to .their  hearts. I am seeking in the Master's  inline to present to thorn (he Bread of  Life, Ihf Water of Life. 1 am not seeking to build up another denomination.  Results show a certain men-mre of  hiieeess already attained. I am receiving innro than five thousand letters a  week from hungry sheep nnd others,  who, so far ns denominational Christian systems are concerned, are homeless. Kverywhcio���������n)] over the world  -these instead of forming a new denomination, arc associating them-  fiolvcs with Bible classes for the study  of God's Word, 1 am simply doing  all in my power to help them ont of  darkness'into God's niarvelous'light���������  out nt inisunder(*i.aiulings of the Bible  Hn n right appreciation* of it; out of  JHiioi'iiiieo into a knowledge of God;  mil, nf Iirn<>i*ani*e of the Savior and  His work lo n true knuwli.'d*:e uf Ilim  nnd His glorious Kingdom, which is  \(--l In bli'fs all the fiiinille**. of the  i'lirth.  lt mny be intere.Ntin;- to know that  while 1 i.in ndveitim-id by the news-  imper syndicate us the Pastor ol the  llrii.il.lyn Tiibernnete cni-.* reflation of  Independent Clirisliau-;, and of n Mini.  InI* t'Oiigregnliun nf 'London Tuber-  linete and of tlm congregation of Wath-  inglon Temple, 1 have additionally.  Iipf-n cliocen PnMor nf u.i'/re than one  hundred and fifty nf thoto i:lnstc.*5 of  llible .Student:-, to which 1 have alien dy referred, Tlu-y elected mo hi*-.  Inr without any Mii-geMinii cr colii-Un-  llmi nn my part, hi sodnint', I under.  Maud them to signify that they rcoog-  ni/.r* tho Lord Jesus ns lho great ])!���������  viiu'ly appointed f-'hephord of the true  'hlit*i p. and thut they den're uie to  itp 1*vi* I hem in any wny thnt I can n.*  nn inidor-fliophcrd.  T!..���������,*.: !. '.!;* . ,!���������.:*..:," ' '!'' * W ��������� '���������  Tower, 1 vinlt, llievo clii-'se-s ivi-uliirly  Iwiee n month, doing a pit Mum I work  lo the best of my ability���������iomliiiB  (Jii-ii) to the 1-V\i!>tni������i ���������>{ <.������r:icc mm  Truth and   biT'tking   for   tliein   the  Living Ill-end. the Word 'il God.   Ad-  ���������-���������i    .' ii .   ii -,   i    vi,  mon and a weekly treatise on the In-  leiuatiimiil Sunday .School Lr-f-t.nii'-.  One would suppuj-o that nil oi the  on'- hundred tliotifinid niiuji-.Urs an<,l  all liii'ii' rtoclv-i wijiild rejoice to know  Unit the unclnirclie "  best agents Satan hits in making  void .the Word of God and destroying  faith therein. * Bobert Ingorsoll's  methods of antagonizing the Bible  were far loss successful' than the,  methods,.of modern Higher Critic*,  and Evolutionists. ���������  All, who oppose the telling 1������ thy  public of the plain truth respecting  hell seem to have one common ground  of objection. They S|iy. "With all  thol'fear of heli that 1ms been preached for centuries, see how wicked the  'world, is and how, little "Human life  is worth! See how "every law-of God  and man for the protection of file  and purity and property is endangered ! Note that if it were not, for our  telegraphs, telephones -and immense  police forces of to-day, nobody would  be safe, so much .more wicked does'  tha world appear- to have become  within the, last fifty years! If the  fear of eternal torment and of purgatory were lifted from othe "minds of  mankind, .would it not "make the dan-  gars '-tenfold greater than they are  now? 'Would it not sp'eedilybe 'necessary to double our police force, if the  masses" lost their belief in a place of  eternal' torture?" ' ������  *" This is lame reasoning, it seems to  us. It,confesses .in -one breath, in  -spite of,'"all the false teachings of centuries.'- wickedness 'has'been growing!  .Would1- it not be wise to inquire* to  wbat extent-'the false doctrines, the  mis-interpretations and mistranslations ol the Bible, have b?en responsible -for the increase in wickedness?.  Are men wiser" than God? Is-it possible for man*'lo invent some' monstrous, unthinkable delusion which  will-have a greater power with men,  than' the plain, .simple ' "Message of  God's* Love? , "  But if we w.ere. sure that by "blaspheming- God'fy holy name and by  ���������playing, upon' the"* ignorance -and  superstition of,, the masses* we' could  make .the wicked preserve, peace,  would1 it be wise to do 'so?'. Could  God's" blessing be expeeled upoi*usne!i  .a course? ''Would/it'-not* lie wjser for  ns. as' thj-Cjieonle   of God!   to   have.  endowment fund which Smith collego  Is trying to raise.  MlssRitso of Bath; England, who Is  101 years of age, stales that $ho was  christened in the robe worn by Georgo  III. at his christening. That momirch  and Miss Kitso's srandfalher wero  playmates, and Queen Charlot'lo gavo  the robe lo the Uitso family.  Beginning as a girl of five years,  Mrs. James, a London woman, has ac-  cunmlated a fortune through the sale-  of watercress. She started with a basket and now has practically a monopoly of the trade in tbe city. She owns  a watercress farm, a country house,  keeps a river motor launch and has a  house in Kensington.  Flippant Flings.  C i ������   i  The new nickel is only half as pop.  ular as the old fashioned dime.���������Mil-  Avaukeo Sentinel.  * A Chicago professor announces that  the human race will soon be toothless.  Advice to young men: Don't study dentistry. Go into tbe breakfast food business.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer,  - "1 see the'government wants the.new  bills to look valuable. Iu short, they  want a design in keeping." "1 would  suggest a dressed turkey in the center,  with a border'of lamb chops."���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  A Connecticut man has Invented a  "gastograph," which produces on the  palate tho sensation of. eating and  drinkiug without the actual presence  of food or drink. The boardiug house  keepers beat hi in' to it years ago.���������  Washington Tost.  full load displacement of "j'.'^OO tons.  The Pennsylvania's armament consists of twolvo fourteen-iuch guns  njo'iiiled. in four turrets on the center  line ofjho ship. With, three guns in  each turret, there is a fore and aft fire  of six guns and a broadside lire of tho  whole battery. There Is a torpedo defense battery of twenty-two live-inch.  guns, which arc carried mostly on tho  main dock about- twenty-two feet  above the water line. In addition iliere*  aro four submerged twenty-one inch  torpedo lubes and uuino-'ous inaeliino  and quick liro guns.  Tlio armor consists of a main belt  eighteen feet deep and fourteen inches  thick, extending below the water line,  with transverse bulkheads athwartship  at cither ond of the belt. The barbette  armor is fourteen inches in thickness,  and the sloping port plates of the turrets are eighteen inches thick, with-a  root' of live inch armor plate.;  The speed of the ship is to hi a trifle  greater than that of her predecessors',  or about twenty-one knots. Another  important feature' Is yhe' larger fuel  supply, with Its resultant increase in  radius of acliou,  The building of this ship will occupy  three years. . The cost of tho hull, machinery and equipment will be .-ST/JCO,-  000 aud that of the a. mor fS,000,000  more. To these two figures, making a  total of over $10,000,-000, must eventually be added the cost of the guns,  which will approximate $1,000,000.  1kus making the total cost* of the vessel over .ft 1,000,000.-New Vork Sun.  AN "ARTIST- IN   HAIR.  ���������   MltS. JOSEPH UOWB.  " One of the many beautiful and accomplished women who will help Mrs.  Wilson and her charming daughters  dispense hospitality at tho White Housa  is Mrs. Joseph Howe, wife of President  Wilson's favorite nephew.,.  Tho l-Ioives have been residents at  the capital during the past -winter, and  "Mrs. lluwe has made hosts of friends.;  Before her marriage-she was a famous"  belle of the Old Dominion, a stale noted for its gracious and witty women.  Pen, Chisel and, Brush  by a  John S. Sargent is to be president of  the art section at the Anglo-American  exposition in England next year.  Remarkable   Portraits   Produced  v German Genius.  Portraits made out of single hairs,  each hair being some thirty inches long,  can bc seen now in the establishment  of L. P. Federmeyei' in Germany.   His  WHY THEY  SAY  "NO."  Proposals  of  Marriage  That  Are   Noi  Snapped Up.  Why do women so often say "No" to  a proposal of marriage when they real-  Harry A. Frauck, the author,- spent   work 1s considered as really the most," iVmean'torcceprit'-'  ���������e months in the canal zone as census -remarkable of Its kind in the world.      Some married worn  ti, mi ay ing --.lirrp ,  ro heiiu? reached w.'lh a .Mfs.'age uf I built   ������������������������'> h'i'k'������>y  liiHl's Live and Mac)  whiu'i is up-i vytleiii-woiMiip.  )i.*iilin.������ to their lu-nih i'lyl ���������'.���������'jrkiiis 11 *yt 'Jl>",������ t!w   "''*���������'''  transmnnntion m tlwir liYVS-    Mtvuy ( t'.'ur '���������'*",t *  of .the*,tomb; TheV were pains that  indicated the approach of dissolution!  Nothing in' this text has the slightest  reference to anything in the future  life.        "' l '  Our Baptist friends, in I heir revised  translation-of the Bible, havo chosen  'for such passages as this the ���������.expression, "the underworld," instead of  the word "hell."' Yet even here there  is, danger of the.average reader not  catching the. true thought. Far simpler and far less liable,,to he misunderstood, would it'have beet), had  the translators^said. "The pains *, of  the tomb." The Revised Version 'of  the I'nglish Bible., reads, "The pains  of Shcol."  Every learned minister knop lh.it*  the Hebrew word Sheol really means  the grave, the pit, the stale of death.  Why do they hesitate to lell the  people the whole, truth on this subject? Why do they tniiiFlnleit part,  of the time "the grave" and at other  limes "the underworld*"-" Why do  they uso the translation, "Ihe grave"  In one place, and "the pit" iii another, and then refuse to translate  lh,i word at all in the third insliuiop.  but give the word Sheol? Was it  their intention to confuse, the people?  What is- the motive? We. wish thnt  some of the.se great men would explain.  . We would like lo have our ministerial brethren (slate thoir reasons for  pursuing a course of hiding the truth  on the subject of hell. Only because  they neglect, to (jive tho re'in-ons do  we feel at liberty to suggest them. It  he������*nis to mc that these, minister's are  of two clnsseh, and that, their reasons  nre ihi.-ii'foro --lightly difit-renl. All  of them feeni lo nur-ie that it would  be dangerou*- to lell thn peopli- that  God in really a God of Love, and that  the doctrine of an eternity of torture  is entirely unseiipturnl, finding no  foundation whaf'-ver in Ihe wriliiig.-  of the Apostle,**-.  Tbey fear to tell the people that  thffo 'doctrines were built up during  the Park A���������/���������'������������������ .by tlie very men who  niunifened i-n little of the Spirit of  Cod and ko little luiowled-'O of Coil's  will respci-iing Mi������ people thut ih'.y  hfli'ii'd one nnolher ut ihe sink;-,  Tlioy fear to tell the peoplo thai during the Dark Agt'c: our li'lndeil lore-  fathers took the parables and dark  sayings of Jrsns us lileial hliileinciite,  quite contrary to the Minder's evident  intention. These they mpplomenti'd  with i'1'i'lniu oiudo niiHeoneeplioii? of  Ihe symbolisms of The llev'lntiriii.  From'the t'litiibluulion** tiny niinle  -.-enwrmv ilfn'trinrs, bliispheniotis in  the extreme, which nt-ver prouiiecu  niiinC*-, i-uf. win-..'. ]uA ;(.���������';.* vi.--ti'.*jy )u\v  tliinkitifc' that they were copying tied  ill - the ttevlltry which tbey neeoni.  plhhcd one. toward fiiiother.  The tenr now'seems to he lest tlie  , i,Mi,.   tl*r,i|li|   |-.ti|-p  petiM-ivi*  U:at  Hie  (H-fiU "/ CliriMcndoil'i, wnlle containing uiiicli good, are eftiikered, wormy  and vitiated by ilutfe doelrincs of de-  Uioiiti. Why hhould they tear to tell  the people.'th1*- truth'-' I*-rli-ipH it-i*  in,-emihe the religion of "Ur day in  upon   inaii-wiir.*-hip.  i'|i i.'i..M,l,*<!.ip       Ulid  I'l'i-hftp")   tlu-y  w.-rw th-.- .Ji-  faith in I-limynd.to trust that, while  we, faithfully.,' present' the 'Truth,  Divine    Pr'ovidence    will*   oversee    and-''  overrule its effect, and will influence  for good?, .      "*.     , .',..[���������       I  ,' Experience proves that tdieirs.is not  the proper .though*!. When we yo-.to  the records of , the various <,,pwsc?ns,  penitentiaries,' etc..' we find ,-tliat  iK-ariy all the worst criminals have  been taught the, doctrine of 'eternal  torment. Many of-Hhein confess full  faith in "it. On the other haml, many  infidels���������once violent opposers of God ,  and of the "Bible and Clirislinnily��������� ���������  after hearing of the Txive of Cod. j  have' thoroughly melted, and' with I  toarsin thoir eyes have-become loyal  soldiers of the cross.       ~        ,       ���������> i  Wn' hoard of an interes-iing ease re- j  cently.   A colored man in, p/ison for  crime, somehow oaine in touch there,  with my sermons, and then with my  hooks on Bible study.   Me became n  thorough Bible, student, ,and ^n master  at handling Hie Word'of God.    His |  fellow-prisoners eatne gladly  to hear j  thia colored  man preach  the  Divine j  Plan of the  Ages from  God'.1'  Word. *  while they reared not at, all to attend i  the chapel services addressed  ordinary elmpliiiii.  In the "wonderful words (A life,"  htartc-d by, the Master's lip's, and  handed down through His Apostles,  there is a sweetne-t-s, beauty and power that'caiuiol be associated with the  doctrines of demons, which became  nit ached to'the Moi-sage during ihe  Dark Ages, The Message of life ever,  lusting, through the Itedcoiner and  by ohedii-noe to Vlitn. has its offset,  or alternative, in death everlasting to  those who refuse to obey after full  enlightenment, -,l''',l.--riiiil lite is the  gift of God, lendered to nil thu willing and obedient., Ihroiiifh tiie Mine  siah, All rebels will b;> defrlrovcrd in  Ihe Second Dentil. <.AeU :t���������'..>,���������'.* Their  IHinishiuent will iml be evt-ilastini/  torment, but "iverinsling d'.'.'t.riic- i  tlon"- a desti'iii'tion irom which they |  will never ho relWwd, will never lift,  ri'Siirreeted. '-.  Mllhaven'n Bis Man P.it������i*������.  The largest mini in Kingston diutriel,  jiusJed away recently in the penion of j  Kaiiniel Milligan, who died at his:  home in Milluiven. lie wuf- eigbty-i-ix I  years of age. and weighed '170 pound*, ,  The remains were placed in a special-1  ly made co'Iin, He had li\ed in Mil-  liaven  all  his  life  and  mii.h  ������   very ;  fiv  taker and plain clothes policeman  Sir George Framptou,  R.  A��������� presi-  jient. of the Royal, Society of British  Sculptors, has accepted the commissipu*"  Cor Hie journalists' memorial to W. T.  Stead.       , "  Albert Jaegers, whose model for tho  nuniijtnent to be erected at German-'  town, Pa., iu commemoratiou of the  foiuiding of tho German settlement in  "MiS'l.' was approved by Secretary ot  "War Stiinsou, Is self taught in art.  Ho is a'niitive of Elberfeld. Germany,  and was educated in the. public schools  of Germany aud the United States.   ������  Current Comment.  The greatest guaranty that no nation,  will try to build a canal In Nicaragua  is the expense account ot the one wo  are just linishlng In Pnnnraa'.���������Wash-  liigton Post.  Colonel Gorgas, who made the eaiittl  zone healthy, will cleanse Kcundor.  This Is precisely'the sort or revolution  Hint thoso South and Central American  republics need.���������Philadelphia Ledger.  It is proposed to spend $20,000,000 to  ���������y the \ got Now York's sewage safely out to  son. furls and Berlin n(.lli'/,e their  sewage and got. money out of lt, That  New yoli'k cannot do this Is one more  instance of the disadvantages of Its  geographical situation and surround-  fngs.���������New York World,  Education Notes.  Hal tl moro has decided to no uie Its  public schools after nationally great  mon.  Cincinnati has tiled compulsory vocational training nnd Iu well snUsHed  with tho result,  "Tho grontei-it waste In oducuilon Ih  not bad. tenehing," snid n spenker at  (ho recoil I meeting of school siiperln-  lendontH. "but touching llilngH lho  twentieth eontni'y docs not need,"  High school enrollment in South  Carolina tins risen from <I,812 to 8.002  In the past nix ycai'R, nud tho amount  paid for fiiiliii'los of high school teachers bus more thnn doubled In tlie Knirift  period.   ���������;*  Wireless Whispers.  active mnn.  Moderation  younp man  In Prnist,  was  about  4.  CCIlfl'    II 111  heitu-  lin  miiirtei  "!':���������::* ���������,. .- ..;r'"'-lf.  tv eonstantly." advised mu* frieni  "liul don't overdo it,   e*jiiii--i-k-*,i un  other.   "iShe may coni-ludc  hn? tliT'twu lierx'lf nu'ny on  want to i'o on tbe Miii-'c."  i    Bolivln, Chile and Argentina have it \  ��������� miiHial wireless system, j  An iiiiKplllnblo accnmulul'iuii for thu !  to bft I ivlreless npiinratiis used on neroplnnea ;  i Iiiib roeciilly boon Inventeil, J  t\i\ voi-noii |ln^'lll"' "ml- nun wlr������������|ps������i '  mievator II will ho ncccHsiiry hercnflflr i  to train n inomber of tho crew to net (  us n relief lo ultond tlio liistrutnciii for .  ten minutes iluriiii; each hour to detect any dintrctia 'ilgnals, I  and ,he Is becoming known as a genius  in his profession.  On" the walls of his establishment  may*be seeli'lntiiginjr mottoes7a"n'tneT"  signs and lusher up large bust portraits  of world'famed men.. You glance at  thom as you would glance at nny picture on entering a home, but'when you  are told that these pictures wero made  entirely of human hairs without a single line of paint, crayon or pencil you  arc half inclined,to doubt the veracity  of tho proprietor. "When he produces a  magnifying, glass iind you see hair,  some of It chopped almost to powder,  your doubts are satisfied.  There are .pictures of Victor l"Ii.;.;o,  ���������Gambotta, tho French'statesman' and  Napoleon I, There Is one picture of a  group of cabinet ministers; The re-  mnrkablo thing about tt is that each ot  the'?seve������ portraits comprising the cabinet 'is-made up of a single hair not  longer than  thirty  inches. ��������� Chicago  Tribune,  i * -   ������������������- ~- ���������  i  i Poincaio's Secret.  |     When the' new president o!" l-T*a;ico  j made Ills lirst visit to tiie fit. Auto!no  hospital lio learned that tho tiOfl p.i-  tlen.ts who had been tre?ted las-t year  in tho alcoholic ward hnd (JSfl children  nnd that of those H&0 had died as Infants and small children.   TuniiiR l*>  ' this newspaper men,who made the lour  with lilm, President Pobicnro unhl,  "Gentlemen, give that nolo of wurulng  tho widest publicity."  In tlio luryngolor.ieal depart men t the  prcsklen. f-nld, "Dr, l'.ennoyoz, do you  remember how you cured mo n few.  years ngo?" The (Soetor smiled, but  made no niiswcr, and fho prosldeiit  Btild: "I suppose I must tell the secret.  Your chief treated mo successfully  when nt tho tender ago of forty-eight;  I hnd whooping cough,"���������New Yoi'lc  Tribune.  Polyglot Pollr.em������n,  Berlin lulu decided to follow tlu> ex-  ample of Dresden and Leipzig and Is  Blatloulng polyglot policemen at Iho  chief street corners of tho center.  'Twelve of the most promising IIukuIrIs  on t'*o Berlin police staff Imvo already  niirtteretl (he Dngllvh tongue, They  are to he slat'oiiod on Under den Million. rrledrlehMrn.Hse, J.olpslgei'Kli'asso  nud Wlllieli, stnisfo. Ah n marl* nf  rocoguUlon eneli carrion on tho left  arm a Imdpi.' with two orONfied ll.igi*,  lho I'higllHh and tho American. Should  tho cvperlnient provo fniecps^fiil It Is  to he extended to other Inngun^CM,  omen were asked rc������  ceutly this delicate question: "Why iaj  itthat a woman never sccmsatd give a  man n' definite reply to the questiony  '\Vil) you marry mc"':'~TuitiThe uTiTheea  kept waiting?"'  This,, provocative trait in woman'ti  character has been a novelist's theme,  for years, but no one, has offered a..  definito explanation.  Six* married i women confessed the  other day that not ono of them said  "Yes" to tho first offer of marriage.  One said she was a nurse before marriage, and !ier husband was her'patient  .when he proposed.  ;'TCe must havo asked me ten llmes(  to marry him before 1 finally accepted.  "Why?- Well, one reason was that I  wanted lo make quite certain that ho  really loved uie aud that his affection'  was not merely a sick man's gratitude  or simply duo to the fact that I was  the only girl ho had seen for some*  .weeks.  "Of course from the lirst I know T  ���������would marry him, but I forced mysclfi  to make certain that he was In earnest."  The second wife snid she bad only  recently been married." "I said 'No' to  my husband twice," sho said, "and I  was actuated, 1 think, by a sort ot  foolish pride.  "I wits twenty-ono yours old nt thu  time, nnd I know practlc'illy no men  until the mnn who was afterward my  husband came to stay with my parents, and I fell In lovo wllh lilm Immediately���������before ho did with me, t  believe.  "Ho was.financially 'well off,' nnd I  happened to hoar that some people  woro-saying 1 wns 'setting my cup' nt  lilm. I think Hint was why I refused  lilm at lirst."  An authoress j-nve nn Interesting  opinion, "Men really don't npproclnla  bow much a proposal menus to n girl,"  ���������dm said, "for, after nl), tlio isnylng  thnt lovo Ik only n part of a lnnn'n  life, but of woman's (ho whole, li perfectly (rue,  "I know that If ii ghl wore to pro-  jioco mid be rejected kIio would not  get over It hnlr so easily uh the mnn  .would If he had been refused,  "The majority of ������Ii')h sny 'No' nt  first   heciiiiKi)  Ihey  nm  overwhelmed*  wlili Joy ai Mich nn offer,"  ;lmt nlio  Vi'll  Hlld  viiio nun lieu  "How about that j-ir  the dukc-r"  ,  ".She has entered Miil."  "For divorce t-n hoi-iii"  "No;   npHiilhl    tin;    ivini'iiiiy  gunriiiitei-d lii������ title.  State Lines.  '.000,'  that  \vi������  lie  ,i -pr.-**,'���������������> Y'.h'"in  till!   ii'lOp   llllit  l tin. i.***-.**!*  d., icjoie,-, but alu'fcf 'fi tew'rtrc'jeah j edited "it wuiiUI i.ieun ili/ii "'[;"{;''"  *-U*. a* "*** M���������ue ..I ili- ,e,ib.- ���������nd I i-U-r- >A tlw*., ovoih *������.l I        ������J;  t'hari-en <f lm*' .Jnv.   Ml Mm-<> wt> \ ly   di-ored,u-d.     IV, ,..|������    ������������;.������'-  \S. "They   M.r,.'   tri.ved   tUn\,   lie ! U.i.l. Hie p^pie   would   n. v.   ������f/������.Hi  taiifijt Hi.- r-f������*'P!���������*"-'-���������  fjwy   cfllllil   lli-t   !f������'-ll.  *t ffiJ^C SoMtd IMtari- hone a tW ^ d.v,M .h������-,.,w,. i  Prehiiloiic Art.  Mural I'/iinlhi!.'-'. nil r it ���������nl t ���������! 1" nu-.h-  men in I In- i-nvo- i*f I'l-idH, ."ontii  Africa, are to be previ ncd ii'-eordini?  to recent nii-ii'-iir������"������ ������d������-t.r! tiy the  Department of Justice.  hnve cufidiiie*. ill tiuir U-iu-liiligf.  and lin.t li.*!!* ���������������' H.e vj.n-.ii* |n������rly  ^nii-    "t   * '������'* ������>������'-'.'.i^^.ti'-  -Ii  Th  Hiiroan Sli-fr.j-ilh.  =tr.'ji('|l|  f.f h   tt'-.i'iii   i'i.ii,jihlrd j  Callfoi'iiia lu 101'J produced 8'  000 barrels of oil.  Georgia prodiiees more ifilinpi-t thnn  nny other stale In tin- Union, with an  output of '"���������t'V.iM'.'jOij pdiiiidx. \a\\\\A :it  $2������,n2(1.0fl0. Virginia rnnki- -vecond and  North <*nrolln.i third.  Oiic-tlilrd of the Rlatc.t hnve no lawn  regulating the coimtnieHon ������if pulsll"  ���������ichoolhuii-ies. Ohio nlor.u hn<- com-  ploto legnl rejjute.tloiiN of schooiiinusi'  '(ilistruellon to In-jiir* tlu? **ntei,i  mid  ,iti. tl.it '-A .'.iiiri'i-i'i'-' iir t������ IW-      ������ -^UMloi. ut Hm i*M\w*.  An Aerial Record.  Jt IS ll'|l(    vCd tillllll Sl'lllllllllg liHilUUIl  S������lll   III!   ''filil   c.ilO  ui'iho l.ii-J'.i    ij   J\i|*  via. (Iii! licadi|iiiirters of upper air re-  e-pnivh Iii Italy, attained tho unprrcft-  J dented rillifiidu of 'J.'k-t mlloH,   The pre-  vlnii'i  ri'i'onl, 'Jd,1fi  nill(>������,  wiim  iniuln  ' .      ��������� '    ��������� ....    uni  -   ��������� ,u. ,,n   .-.'.1-.. ...........-  ,. j  ������������������.   ..   ,  , Juno 0, lflll,   Tho Amcrlcnn record.  | la.ftf miles, wiin mado at Huron, S. 11,  Sppti'i'ihcr. 1010.���������Chtt'itgo News.  Boiton'* Momvtjr Dry clock,  IliKirm   lniu   iippriiprlnted   M.OuO.OfK)  for 'he <*uiii-li'ue|!iiii of n dry dncV. ca-  ��������� ���������ribte '.f inklni! tlie Inrgftt ocean Un--  ��������� '.<������������������. Ni-'a Vi.!U !a<-'..s micIi fnellttlei".  If ilio T'ttniie hml hern nblo lo crnwl  in N������'.\ V*.i'.; "*,.j'.> ��������� v iifM-r emou-.itPTlnjj  Die l.'fl.f-i; i.,iu< ii-ni'.il h:i*u- |ti!(l 1.1 tt'-  111:1 fit !!.<��������� H' Indef'iilti'iy./itr the *e ;������ nnt  p rt-H u in the i-i'Mi'-'t that wt)i-,<4 tuif*  ��������� "i^iiw.ii.'ViiUrii i.i-r.  Cryr-t������l CtlUi Lili-ti.  Thn Migiio nf crystal Is rcniioiiRlblo  'fnr 11 very lovely typo of flower holder.  To a base of sliver which mny bo set  on thn center ur the kUIch of n dining  tnhlo or 011 nny vneiiiil spiiee In n living or bed room nro nfllsed two eryntnl  Li,,,,l   I,,,(..-,,,.    ,ii,(.i.i.l.   ,.l,,c    V, In**.',   !.|.i''.''^'.lJf  fmni t!'," t'oMmhitl'in tn oppe������|to dlioi;.  tloiw. The Illy cup-t nre tlrep onnugh  to hold wnloi' for i-ohch nnd other medium sized tlnwerH, nnd through (ho  trniiBpnreiit '-ryslnl tho utemn of tho  iitmi.h nmiliii-p a rlniruilng iiffeet.  Cry Ma I enlln-i alKo come In clustei-.*- ot  twelve, Hie first t,\x nttiiclied nortr tlio  have of n slotuler Rtnndnrd, the next  fuiir balfwiiy up nmi tho final two ai  the npe*. These Hllos, filled with orchids, nro 11 fr.nclt'ntlng doeorutlon fee  1, dii'.w::;^ r/j'.u, r.r.d It li a eomblnri-  , tlon in colon* dint umh woll with any  tone u':!;e:i'.f,  flKi'i N������vir L������t������.  Thr.r* v-M* n younn laOy r.M-"1 Krion*.  Wl.r.-n, rinii.nneii kav������ ������v*iy ir,������ t-inti  Wl-.m i.nkort ty u mf.tt  Wl.y ihi: r������������vtr wr.������ Utl,  *t������(,'.!vl. "I ^iir, cIck ir. mr *>%,'* If.  i^^������^J^X^^C^^=SrU  S^^saiataLi.  ���������-.a**i*-*--*KrS^^^^ A: 1~~.> '.JJl'ISSX^S^KL^J:  g^.WV^.^1^^^ I������������m yg^ggjig ww^yj. .My. ^^.CagSSi'ffit-tgiSVWigg*| "  T  s  5  >*.  L* 1'J  JiflCE GUlHTMI^S  -]\-]*K\Y;������TOCK. of tlie above in well' .sorted patterns  [\ ruid" designs .at POPULAR PRICKS . . ... ...... ,.  Out .stock oi Furniture, House-fu'r-  nishinys. "Beds, etc., ,ete; is .-^i\v;iys  complete and  prices the -best/  Try ri  Fawcctf- Rnnp'c ; .they   are  - . ... - V      ' ."  'always satisfactory.  #*-���������-.-r*- nj^ ������i -wmm-i ���������ri������,w.>mi������.;t������Mt a*t.r*i*���������iwfc>gjwi*m*a������t  Mel'i.e,* IJlork,  A. McKIM'ON     -Cumberland  'jr.-t.Wv,,^a'A.*".J-.^--"'".'-���������,*������������'-.��������� w*������������r,i. ��������������������������� ..,i,w,*#^.-w.������y������.������-a=*,M^.������������an>awv&^MyrfT^3wv^wia.'  l*Io\v tlio new fyv?*:,.branch of,  tii*,'*! Lauds' Department  of the  -Provincial Cjo\ci'imau iswoik-i  . jn,*.j,s   j;et*haps  be.-t   ascertained'  from a .peni.-al ,o\   'be nioiithly  .stri'-eMituit-of reviciiuq t'lken' from  ���������the various .-ources over  whicli  ,Uih.bin nidi' ��������� x-lie:��������� os   j .ri-ii'.knion,  >.Ko  .the month of  May .the" (alio-  h.ue jti-it been is.-'-t'd'.'ii.rid they re-  yeal". he f::c: ���������'.h.;t   more   th'-i'n   a'  quarter   fa   u/'i li\>'   .di-i'-un.   wuy  ,coil'(-tul.\vittiin tint j;eriod.   Tlii?'  is nor. lyit-.coM'l. fp-   donns  F.obiu.-,  .jiry' -,'aiuf    April    ^liis   total * \v,������p.  rji-auy exceeded, l-ut nt  tb.tf'.uamp.  ' tiyii; U'den pin-tra'.e  t-b**..i tbe work.  ������������������ ie-.v-txy hcu.vy.    For thi* "j/in. ,o -e't'/  ^���������.oin.oavis-o.n   .t.h,e   .folh-\v,inj>   .tulal"  hv t.he  ,i'iev;i(nip   l'ntif.tb?  cf. thir;  \,'cvi\. ix    given;   Jan ia;*,y. , $280,  ���������71>-1;   Fobiu',ry,   $270/27o; March,  '/i37,6i:2; A\ rl $:ii)0.3:i'l .'  ���������l':cnii(eiy*H.-)ti:.a' of   Poulh Africa,'  '.by- been the  ,ir.einrsJ ������������������etUii'g ,*th������:  f i>\(\ mil e s '.Ink.0**.  Attention,is* called ,o   the   fat*  of tho alarmiiio* inoivuso in prou:-  ino it popple.    If .this thing koj|>-  lip ivj.1 shall 00   hopeles-.-dy nfviily. j c.re ofde|.<r,ir nn\i chartered  bank cf  -NOTICE TQ CONTRACTORS  eKALEI) -.'rENDERS, supersetibed!  O "Tender f-.,r Cpurt������*n.-y ,Locl:-up,"  .\ill be received by the -Hqnpurable the  Minister of !'ublic'.\Vpit-s1iip;..lo1noon of  Monday, me .38ih,d,iy of July, ,1913, ;fpr  ihe erection and ^completion ,qf Consul-  bie's.Quarters and Lock-up at .Courten-'  ay, in the Comcix Klqctond ,*P,|^triqt.  Plans, specilication-*, ,c<*ntr;-,ct and  'fiirins ol :euc'ei may bcj>een,qn and af-  '.piihe iiiih 'dav of July, ,1913, at the  i.iTit-c of Mr J, !i.ii*d,.Cuiiiberl,-tnd, .11.C.  die ''i*'*vincial Consuil-le, ,Catr(er.a\Y  and the Drpaunieni .of pj'Jic Work'*,  V.ctou.) imci'dinj- tendeieis"can', fqr  the ���������'inn s (' icn dollars ($10), obtain one  cn-jjy ni Hie n'ai-s Mid s|iccihcaiions by  .ipplymi- in ihe undersigned. -This sufii  ���������.vi.l be icluuded un ihe return ol" the  |j';iiis in {-nod oiiler.  E.ifh priifjoaal' must be aLcpmpMr.ed  hv an accepied   bank die*.'������e nr "c^rlifi-  o.l.    The iv was a   time,   who.-  ,������..l  was possible to   -knoM'   ni.nclifallv  ill of tho j-.roni inont - pijnjile. there  ivoro ,For i.nstance, in lho old  UoniMiidav'-", Yott could koi*p track  of Jnlins Cnes-rr tip in Gaul, and  Cioej'O, Luciillhti, lior'aco, Virgil  and nil ' tlio others that .ivern  u-orth knowing could n-linost ;be  counted 01.1 the fin'eers of .both  hands, J>tit ^o lay ,evy!-yl)od.y*' is  mqre-or less jiroiiiinent, and he-  cmninri nvro [bo. Tlio .'*nlv solution presented i.e to 'beco.nie acquainted .with ,the people who aro  not [.rjiiiintjiLt. Thoy fit a small  nut select society .and" thc.y ai*"  better p;,opl e .to ,kno,\y, .tyiyway.  They liavo modesty au 1 aro ���������iiot  niisliiiii}- themselves forvvRi-d, and  .tbey wear better in the long run.  ���������Ex.  , Tenders will not be,considered unless  made qut on the f'fomis supplied, signed  with, the actual sii-natureof ihe tenderer and ,crdosed jn the envelopes furn-  *hed ���������"   '   .  The-h)rt-est,pr any tender,not necessar  ily accepted.  " J. -E. GRIFFITH,   y   "  Public Woiks Engineer  department of ���������Public Works,  Victoria, .15..C, Ji*ly 7H1, 1913-  jjy.iO"       '     ' ;tojy23  WHAT WE PRINT  . AVo print ladies' aud geiitloniens  ,visitiii(T .cards.,  We print wedding inv.itntinus.  ���������    -AYe print dance programmes.  We'print hotel lull of fares.  We print .meal tickets, also  milk and bread tickets.  ���������Wo print poste.is, handbill:-*  and dodgers.  We print.placards and notices  ,on .canvas.  "W'o print concert programmes  and admission tickets.  We print business cards. ,  Pilsener Brewing ���������0  fr  Sffii:  ."t  a^ms.rcaBBvaaaasia aoMBBam  I   '  !  ,-n    it j Canada. :n *(!c pay ibjc   to  llie,, Honourable ll.c Minister of    ublic Woiks,*,fara_  im.. eqe.d 10 10 rer.cent of th(e tender, j     We print bi'llhcndg,.ordinary ori  I which t-li ill br uirfcited if the *:ariy ten-  ]ooso Jc>ftf system  ' o ������������������ ���������> *..__.._ 1   t    "  -ilenng deninc   u:   enter   into contract I     We print-letterlieads .and ' note-'  when called unon,lo ,do so, or if-he i.til'        ,   ,_,'_  ..... ' 1. / ���������.i  r,���������. IJie.ads. ;  Wo.pnn.t state.menfs and .envel  4. C.Ki.Uile; is".a';.>t-n.t  .for .the  'V-l-'ord'-' a.ud .l*^!ia-1i.njieli''.->..aii-tomo"  ���������biles. "Cars forh*j.re.'.-Pht'iic i'S  , "���������        ti * _* ' ,  -���������Fi rs! - el a sk ������ pri ui'v"?   ��������� of-   al 1  "���������kinds don*?, at The NKWS Office.  10 complcie the work contracted for.  The cheques 01 certificates' of deposit of  unsuccessful tenderers will be returned  lu ihcn upon ,the execution of Uie  conirac  ��������� icej,;"  Supplied to the Public  ORDERS must be given   not .later  tha.nl0 A.M..   ;to   ensure   delivery  .   same -day. -  U  lf|i|l!!llltlillllllllllli:illl'li!!!ii!.'!lltl!lf!!llllilli'������llllilllll!lllilllllllll!llll'tl.'!^  I   GIDEON \; HICKS-  v/  .GOVERNMENT ST.  ���������V-ICTOW.Aj'U, C,  ���������1-O-R SA������-K  .*\.r.,r.i  vuK'le.r.1,1   lu'Kience, nuiil   UOUDleij  1,.  ���������in-:  ei.iut-i*, s-itiiiiti oif Peiiri.tii.-Vvonne-  Kif'h sirqui. ' Se|it,ic tank,  liai'h ai'.t-l toilet, hat .aiid r cold ,\va-  lei.i la 1-0,1.' iu'isfijiutiifjn nplendid veg-  y.'-aiiie iind jlowej' gardon. Jh'ieO,  nn'hi'iiiio fine new raucre and oth-  >���������; l.vni,'-?!.'"'"^. ft'VMfr Terms,  ft 1.00,0 c-ji'^lr, hulai';c.i' to imifptir-  eli.-iyr, For furilicr paficulai't'  apply on ilio puvnisc.-, i\Iri.' II,  ,-l   Theobald, J'ejirj.ljlii A vol rile.,  Pilsener $mmi Com-  *   . i_.'  ���������While lecturingre.ceiilily-at ITe-1.,-  dfrronville, N. \0., Sccre'.nry J  Uryi-iii'ile. .1 irrd-he. \va.s compel led  io delivtr Cliaulauqun sn3dr,e-*?e? lo  .^y-pl.c.fi^'iljh.L'-Lgoy^^  j which he declared was   i.*ot  sufJin-i-  ent '.to jn.ea' bis expenses.  "Af this ii? jnv-first ,Gha 11 (a.uqiia j  I'ctnre dn.ce .becoming a n;cmber  of 1 ho.cabinet','-- .said-Scen-dary 1'ry  nn, ;,'il may ,not ho 1 "ut <f pl.,c 10  -*ay ..t'int I fn 1 it neceerary tolcc-  .ture in order to ?tipp)f me,n' lie  ���������������������������alary .ivluch I receive fi.om the  government., A^'f liaye Ice* ur d  f ir !h;r'(,ei) yi'iiiB thi-- .metbod t.f  addin:; to my income .is tbe most  nnt'in.il one to vvbich .to (urn, and  I regard it aGcxtre.rnol.y kgitLma'c,'  'JM MEMOS TAM  la loving' memory  of Cvo Herbert Ast������a  who died at Ciuuber  land, B. 0., on S-������rn-  day, July 21st 1912  e**1^l?gWB||l!*fr-i^^  opes. ' ':  . We turn .out  work   when -you*  .want i.t 'md how yon want it.*    .   ���������  *^^*A*������������it)!VNlirt^*^   l^^���������������������3������^-'VMJH:  MAROCCHi orv  R-  S  iGonipJele Stock .of l-y.e -Okie- Einne'*'. ,  emtzniao  <���������  mo  , AND PROPRIETORS   O.F  .CUMBERLAND   BOTT.L'N.G WORKS.  Agents for Pilsener I're'w.ing Coii*pa.ny'.s JllvER'  VYholesale Detilers  in'all Kinds ,of  ���������W.ines and Li.quors.  ." STRE  &  'AKJC  NOTICl*;, i-urv-uajiMo  -.*���������   (*Cou)|'������.-tnies'  ;eolHin j'S  ...f  ih  'A'jt;''    thai    the    above nanied  (.NnnpaiiY piop-jKO, one monllj iif  (l  ',   da'v   he.    '.I,   to '*l'."j!;;o    their  name Hyjluy VJ>*''ty.'ul' ��������� IJi'^.witiji  ',(,!i:iiipauyl'*lvi.nii,t*edv  /  D;it(.il:Ibis"t'6tli day <,>1 Juifc 1913  '' y-; y':y  -.,f'.'yJ.. C.'-kOS'S. .'.;:'.-  .'..���������������������������'������������������.*.       ,.. '''  .     ."..;   Secretary  1'iuij-i.   Iiivj:y'l' to   phice ,. yc.uv  'ioxT'oi'dei* foi'.p:iulM!y wiiirny  'i$*-$fy4-'>l<>,v<lt4>Q<>������<)'i><>Q<>G'bf  *     '^*"; . ..   <"v ... >i ..     i  *%���������*  A  *  '>  a. vSi - uuzk*    $  '     '  "' ,. '",.''.'",���������  ',",',��������� "'       ������>  , Mason- ������x, i<.isen*'J, uuio   <!'  TI.MM5R SALKX'^0.  MOALICD rlilNlJICIiri v.iii be ni  ecivi;..!.    Iiv    the     Minister of  l..i' '!���������:���������   nol   Inii i'   limn   ipn'iii on  ih-.:0th day of July, I'.H-'h for the  |.'HM IriMi nf Ide'-nci;   Nu.   X'JH, bc  iii.;- o/i'i'.iiOO   !i'.;t   oi   (Hijbiir on  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs J  c. ���������       " '*' . "*  'Victor Victrojas/Gramophones and Records  ' >y'RfTE FOR CATA.LO.C AND PRICK LISTS.,  .Convenient. Terms .of j?uyi.uei.it A^rrange-d.      * . - "'  ���������>By*y*w������zi,aag������*������fc-f������������TT������t:ajrBV*,,gw^-^rj^ ~_- Jti^O-*������rrn**i*JUiM  809 GOVERNMENT STREET, / Oppose- f, 0, . ViCTORIA, B. C  wML'ip'iiiiiwirairaiiii!^  '1 0 ' ,, \\  wwrwB������ji������ii^Kn^.*B,v'1TrT!i^������������iMio*i'M  ^������lili������IIIHil!^i������.'!liW ���������   ��������� i  ips.. Kovai  v- of Canada.,'  THE CANADIAN BANS  ",; OF-COMMERCE  CAPITAL. $15,OdO,6"00 REST, $12,COO,000  [   .   ONEY'ORDEMS'  Issued by The Ganadian 13ank of Conimcrc.c, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charye at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  TorritoryJ and in the principal cities of the United Sia.tos, arc issued at  llie following* rates: ��������� ���������  $5 nnd ���������under    .'J ccnt3  Over    5 aftd not exceeding ii������1.0    (>     "  10      "    ' ������' 30 ,.3 0     "  30      " " 50 15     "  ' REMITTANCES  ABROAD  tliould bo mndo by means of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN  DRAFTS nnd  MONEY  QUD'/'RO.   Issued without delay at reasonable) rnto3.  (.UVUERLUTD JltANCII W. T. WHIVF, Mnnnfrt-r  I di?4FTrf -iii^.r.;-:.o jn any   cuiiiti^cy, pavaiilk Aid/  ly ������������������$*'&&  "mft   Vi'.ouj,!).   "  |1 SPK'CIAJ, ,'Vr-j'MNTr.ON' paid to ^AV'NtiB A-CCOUKTS'& ii.teio-t  j|   ni hijrhos-t  Cnrri'i't Ilntr-t uliowid on I 'epo.- its of $1 and up',v:ui'^.  I" 0U.-iI3 3^'-.."������.M',O, 3   0 , B iiaal;,.OiJdn Daily.  \ yKIO'M PAY, B.C,   SuV-lirtinch, Open Tuesdays & Fiidays  j '   D. IV!., W&^*&OP<j ^Mapiai^er.    '  { ' fOUBTEt-TAY,   H.O,    Brftneb,    Open Daily.  j {"J, H.' HARDVV5-.)KBs'ManoKer������  l'(i;i:i!iiiiiiiii!ii:iiiii!!itii:ii:i!iiiiii!:iii!!:ii!i:;iiii>iiri!iiiiiii:iiiii:^  II  <������  /**  Mti^m^mSM^ti^������������������ i$SgS$SLE5g  QIVE   US   VO^  WXM  i.>^ti<}  &  I     li V'A   V"'. H  ������  v**v  ;**  The'^EOlS  'and lsiiij. north  i<\   hot   |l),> ,*,ud | '$  I'i!'v,,:i,!^i;.i^ki'l','ii''''v n';"!l&SBsmtmss&m msmmmsmr&^mi  t t "  I  i  rwo-vi-'in* will in.1 til lowed tut  tin- reniuvij] pf t,ln> tirnbi r  I'ltrticiiliirp of II, li. M'O'.Millim.  t.'liii.-f KoU'SKir, Vio'loiiii, Ih (',.  6  f.  <},  ���������h   1  ni: .X. 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I  Sa.-niiii'f',''    atiivid   at   Union  U:*V  Tnosday fvcinnjn;...'. .,..() 30  TliniiSday eyenin^. fi 30  rinttii'day cvt-niiiu'���������,���������������������������: ...6.30  'I'vaitts louyo th ��������� ���������"ition for l'n  ion I'my (iii follows,  Ttiosiiuy I'vt-nin^ ���������...,'; o'-clori;  \Vi*(iii(.Vj'lnv mt)rnin</ 7     ������!  Thursday eventi;^. .5     '-  i'Viday inornin*?, 7     '���������  The  CAHR III  STOKE  J5 B9 if" ^  'V     ���������,  O  hillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVISYANCIN'G  H   DUNSM'JiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  WH.WWWIWtWllllll.il I ������   1'* M-Wll.'Wl'tfiifiTill'WJt'M-Wfl.-IIWlWi* f JI.-I l'- ������i������*f������*-������;f^".>.-***LK.'UfcV -t.,!t'M������\'ttinii,������'MllMtJff iat*\< tfiit������Al ,'All������#^������-- -,',  MiuiTifttctiirer of MINEEAI, IVATEBi  irw'ni.'inM'^wiM>'''^^T������'wir-������MrmM'f  Cumberland;  P. 0. 'V,0X W2  prror-riv; 20....  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