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The Cumberland News Jun 18, 1913

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 ���������     r /$���������;'   ���������    ,"--..���������       I*-'"-"--.-   -.-C" .-."*���������',-.���������. ���������."'*.,'"', ���������-    --V. ���������^"������������������;     -.* . ���������������-'    --  ���������/  ['*;  -'f  ���������to*'  ff-  / . .' *-*���������       ������  <M  :������������������������-  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District*  TiIE-NewS, TWRNTIF/TH YEAli'  .^CUMBERLAND.-B. C, WEDNESDAY,'JUNE IS, :9i3  Subscriptiok Si.qo a Year  *^*������***������*">������ ������s%rt2>**������tS*-* ^\r*t^e^Ss^&^^^^m'i^!'  The Store  ofQuality  The Store  ofQuality  \i  The Bis Store.v  ^-T^viS^P^^  ���������FOR  THE-  V    .'���������'���������  It  Dry Goods, and Gent's  Furnishings at -  ?  Grand Ball of the Cumberland and  Courtenay Automobile Association  POSTPONED  imp  I  fe.  ^AT'  oe  Store  All members of the above Association  are hereby notified that on account of the  sad accident which resulted-in. the death of  Wilt Clinton, our beloved -member and  companion, the."-First Annual-Ball, which  was'to have taken place on Thursday. June  the *26th, is1 postponed^ to a date which will  be announced later.,  ,Harry* Creech, President  P. P. Harrison, Secretary.,  Sate Starts Saturday  For  Ten  ���������TERMS' CASH  SIMON LEISER & CO., LD.  K  tyt^fo������****f*ty*S%f'*fls+ rJ^fti^j^-*������ftif*-^  sa^^^s  mobile  A  Mr. James Butt Holmes  and-'Miss Alice Skinner  United in Tb^e_H_oly���������  Mr. and Mrs. John   Wier  left  1 by Friday's boat for'Victoria and  Chill'wack,      "Charlie" will bc  ���������the ' 'chief push" during- tho editor's absencei*  .FOR SMK���������Some plain-furniture, stoves, and household  articles, will be Fold cheap. Apply to II. V., Uflere, Penrith  Avenue.  . Mr. Win, K Lawrence, formei  ly manager of The.Big Store is  paying the city a visit.  Pilsener Brewing Company, Limited.  TAKE NOTICJS, pursuant to  section r8   of the   "Companies'  Act,",   that    the    above-named  Company propose, one mouth af  ter date hereof, to change   their  name to   the   ''Island   Brewing  Company, Limited.  Dated this ���������i6th day of Juiio jqt3  J. C. ROSS,  Secretary  For Sale  A Mason & Riseh Piano  in IMi'iU-Class order; almost as good as new; will  sell at a bacrificc.  For particulars, apply  to   Cumberland   News,  Dtnisiuuir Avnim*,  Cumberland, IL C.  Mr. Win, Dunsmore, music  dealui'-nsi' Nanaimo, paid Cumber  land and district a business visit  last week. Mr. Duusm'ore re-  ports business very dull in Nanaimo, as a result of tho present  tie-up in lho mining industry.  TO IIECEIVE PAY  WHILE STItrivE LASTS  That; the coal miners of Nan-  couvcr Islam! who arc now, on  strike need have uo fear about  llu'ir.strike pay was Ilio no\ys received at the Labor temple yestcr  day oftei'uoou. Mr. Kdwiu Perry, secretary treasurer of tiie United Miiio Workers of America,  telegraphed from Indianapolis,  the headquarters of tlu: organization :  "Will forward 815,000 weekly  and more if necessary, as long as  the strike Continues."  Tlrs news was immediately lei  tphoued across lo Nauaiino and  will be disseminated throughout  the ������oal d i s t v i c Is of  the Maud. The local roprescn  lalivcs of the U, M. W. assert  there is not the slightest prospect  of the niiuers going back to work  ���������.��������� ���������������������������. rr-n-ri-niwiiwinn��������� wr��������� -win 11 m 1 1111 mm miiM iwi mi\-*mamtamm  Kaspbcrry Vinegar       .Grape Juico  (sovoi-'d brands)  Persian Sherbit    Vichy Wator  Lemonade    Orangeade   uud Pineapple Juico  '���������    0   Pure Maplo Syrup in gallon tins imported direct  from the   east . V.  Catsups    Pickles    Sauces find  'Relishes���������all. best   brands  Symington's   Ptiro   Coffeo, Essence    *   --  .   *.  f������  'Breakfast Foods���������all .kinds   .  **    . '-        Emits and; Vegetables in season  Flour and Feed always, on hand .    ���������   =t=--  ' at LOWEST PRICES liY TOWN.      - ,       ,  See our window for special showing of ('anvas Shoos  at  CLEARING PRICES  r>ii*i iminniiniiiwm  .-..CORNER STORE  PHONE 10 ]'. O. BOX 100  'MCtmane  ~������  i.v it  t -.1 \ 1 ti  *. > .ik.������j  Modern refuU-ucc and double  corner, fitnnteon Penrith Avoi'uo  nud   Fifth   stmit,  Snjitiu   tank,  bntli and toilet, hot and cold wa-  tor, Jurgo hafeniueut, i-ipletuiid ve-g.  o'cihh and nowei* i������in������lun. J'nee,  including fino new range and otli.  c" fiiniishiugi*, jf^oOO. Terms,  !?I.OUt) onsli; litiimici1 to Miit par  C iiisur, '��������� For further ii.ii'f������i'i������F������r*  a])*ily 011 :lu- pn'iiiise-". Mi>. II,  i\  T'.e-'lviJd. JV/iriih Amhi;h,  nnd add tint ihov pro  rec-'i'  */  hem  tJic  nccewifii.'* cvcjj' thy  ranks of the men who are now nt  work, nearly a dozen having  como to Vancouver since Sunday  ���������i-i 10111 Vancouver  J'  mil  Just received���������A consignment  of steel nud rubber tired buggies  democrats, waggons, etc. Kxtra  shafts, wheels .tr-d "���������'���������lis Kept in  stock and made by ihe celebrated  (  /'   Bonds , .  ������ St Peter's'* Anglican Church,  Cc'inox .Bay, was the .sjeei)-.. ^ of'a  very pretty wedding oh Saturday*  afternoon, last, when Mr. James  Butt. Holmes,' youngest son. of  Mr.:"' J. ll.- Holmes, of Comox,  and'Miss Alice Skinner, of Lymp  stone, Devon, England, were united -in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony..  The. bride entered tlie church  on.the arm of Mr,1 W. Fraser  aud was attended by Miss Grant  aud MUs Fraser, bridesmaids,  and two little flower girls, the  organ sending forth suitable  strains.  The bridegroom was support  ed by his brother, Mr. 0.Holmes  of Victoria.  The biidc was most becoming-  ly attired in ivory satin and over  Lice with orange blossoms nud  net veil and carried' a beautiful  bouquet of cream roses and carnations.  The bridesmaids wore dainty  pain blue casluncro dresses aud  larg*; cream luus and canied  sprays of roses.  The hymn, "The Voice Thai  Breathed O'er Ivlen The Knrli-  est Marriage Day," was sung, as  was also the psalm, '-Den*- Miscall Ira,"   .  Tlm ceremony was performed  by theViear, Reverend* I'V Franklin Watson,  Appro'piiate jiinsic was played  as th��������� wedding party 'left ihe  church Mrs. C, Smith presided  at the organ in her usual ^,od  .-.vj ie,  Tlm bvuie and giooin lclt lor  Portland Oregon on the evening  boat, where the honey moon will  |,,_. oj.piit,  t   ������   ���������  Married  At Holy Trinity Church,Cum-  berbmd, ou Tlmr-: l*iy fuuc i'.!'.''.,  Mr. Jul ward ('liffe. ������'f Comox  Il.iy and Mis< JC'hel 11^;;in:,, of  Courlcuav, wi'ie unih il  i.i   n'.ir-  Prominent Young" Man  Dies  As   Result   Of.   M -oto t^-A gg-S d e nj:���������-���������  Last Tuesday  occupants of the car at tiie tunc  of the accident, were (brown out,  but fortunately with the inception of some slight bruises and a  shaking np, are able to be around  ii cmiri., E-v-Grvl-H i us-���������t-U-Q-y���������sou Id-  do was done to try and  save  the  life uf tlie unfortunate victim.  NOW H'AS. 200 MK-N  The  Inland   Coal   and   Coke  Company, operating  in - Nicola, *"  near Menitf, is  now  eniplovino  2noi-M\&lu  ���������Wiih feelings/of the greatest  sorrow..'aud regret we, print*-the  news of Ihe sad and untimely de  mise of Mr, Wilt Clinton, only  son of Mr. George Clinton, paymaster of the Canadian Collier  ies [Dunsmuir) Limited, who  met his1 death in���������a' motor accident on the 17th. inst., while  driving his car "from Union Bay-  to' town.      It appears that his  1, *   ' ,  motor swerved aud struck a tree,  passing over a large root, causing  the car to capsize, -.villi thu result  '.that Ihu unfortunate young man  was piijncd beneath the wreckage  with fatal results.  The deceased, so well-known  in this community, as '-Wiir,"  was a great tavm-ite with all, and  was by the whole community  loved and respected.  The unfortunate accident has  removed*from our midst one of  the most "enorgelic supporters of  the manly sports that we. have  ever bad. and h.,s a No deprived  us, as well as many oilier.-**, of a  beloved friend,  "We oITim* our condolence*-, and  heartfelt sympathy to his be  roaved father, mother aud sister,  who have susiaiucd a loss whi'-h  words would be poweile.-is ��������� to  expu-ss,  ana  Mis, T. 0. Montgomery and  her sister, Mb-.-; Dex.ell, who were  CARD OF   THANKS  * Mr., Mrs. aud Miss Clinton  thank,Wilt's-many friends for  their sympathy, help aud bcatui-  ful tributes of flowers in their  terrible bereavement.  -������.-  Another Auto". Accident'  Last evening, June 17th, Mr. J  Bruce, Mis. I'ikct and Mrs. Fraser were lho victims of au��������� auto  accident. It appears the car lurn  ed turtle and the occupants were  t'cverely bniined. The accident  happened ou the Union Bay  road, which is on the whole xoy  narrow and tortuous, and it is a  miracle that more accidents have  uot t-'.keu plaetf, bVom the  facts which we have been ablo  to galher, no blame cau !>*���������' nt  tached to Mr. Bruce, who w;e"  driving;. The latl'*r is perhaj/.s  the most careful driver in the  district. We tender our sym  pathy to those concerned and  sincerely trust that they will  make a (juiek recovery.  A Her.i**e "I ���������''���������"g will be enn.  dueled hy ihr ('lit'ir of St. (-Jenr-  I'l-'t* Chiiiv.il (ui Sunday <���������%i:nin<j.  Sp'*ci il iiiui-ic is buing jnvji.ired  for the neeasion.  ^Hieeoi-'ciiiTg'-io*"lviTTTos-.."?-  cph Gralium,  general  manager, *  who reached  Vancouver jester- -  day.    The company' is a  closf*.  corporation, the board consistin>>  of Mr. G. L. Wilson',   president:;  Mr.   W. M*i Nicholl,   vice prc-i--  dejit and rMr. D. H, Macdonell,,  K. C     Jt is expected   that   the  present output of 500 tons  daily .,  wiH  be   redoubled . within   thfc  next two mouths,  The company owns 1910'nereis,  cf coal lands and only began de-  velop'iH'ul work four  years ago.  No less than five seams of bi'um  iuous coal, tanging from four io  eighteen feet iu thickness,   have  been   paitially developed and   a.  large^irea   of ground is still un-  piospeclt'd,    Coal is now  being-  extracted from   a   f-cam   twelve  aud  oue-balf feet in   thickness,  Tlm  mine i������ lice from exj'dosive  giO'esaud thus far has never been  the seeec ol  au   accificut,    The  equipment is complete  ond  include,1" au aciial tiani.     The superintendent is Mi, Ai.diew Bry  den, it������iiuerly connected with the  Dunnnuir collieries     i;.\chaujje,  ������.... O������������������  ���������.*  Tlu* rc-ideiits of Union Bay in-,  tend celebrating Jul \ ��������� 1st (I)umiii  ion D.-ij) by pulling o.O'n big list  ol sp'/i'is and conoludii-g wuli a  dance iu the evening. Look out  for programmes and posters,  First-da.s.-.    piiuii'.g    of   all  binds done at The MlfiW'S Office.  JOJll-  iiiauttifactuit'r.St Heuev  puny, Montreal. Come and inspect these before going clsf*-  wheiv, -- (Jc'irge B. Lcightou,  l.'oiirti'iun. II. C-  liac-e   by   I lie   Vic'  I'raiiklin'Watr.cn.  _   ...  <->  10.  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'im. .       ... ,i  . ',11       I /    w*^/i   1    \T*"i������������������''.<.?! MV^^-i-toa-wH^  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  '.^V^f'A  ft  AMENDS  FOR AtL  By E. R. Punshon  %  Ward, Lock 4. Co., Limited  London, Melbourne & Toronto-  (Coiuinueai _.  A footman? Oh, David! cried Mrs.  Durand with ilcoi* emotion.  Joan did not speak, but sho looked  at her fathor more distrustfully than  ever. ,  *  What? he cxcl: imod,   no   gratitude  .   yet? Ah, how sharper than a serpent's  . looth it is lo havo a thankless child.  Hut .there���������my pa renin] heart is torn,  yet it submits.     Join, do you remember ,the little man who was in the room  '. with you?  The man you lock.-d in with me, she  asked, as ir you meant to leave uh both  to be burnt alive?  ��������� ' Oh, we did not meaji to bum you, he  answered qulcUly, and we let -you out  again you know But mind, mind,  Joan Durand, if you "are not careful,  some day perhaps, a worse fate may  overtake you.   '---  It could not, she answered from the  <leplhs of her-bitterness. Fate did its  worst against me whon it made me  jour daughter.  Ah, you have a tongue, he muttered,  giving her a look of malign hate. Well  1 have determined to reward this man'  . by making him your footman here. He  crossed to tho door   and   opened   it.  ' Conie in, Green, he called.  At his summons, Green, the little escaped convict entered, looking sulky,  frightened, and by no means too pleased with the situation' in which he  found himself.   ,'  This" is your mistress, Green, Mrs.  Durand���������and that is** my daughter,  .Miss Joan. The service -you were  able to do her, she will, of course, re-  ���������(iuile with, deep e'ral.iiude, but you  -. must, not i'lercfore. consider yourself  privileged. "Miss Joan has her own  standards. ,  uiid-anythiiig.  rand stealing!.-. Off with you now, ho  added roughly to the two shrinking  women; and ;.s*they obeyed him���������  "Mrs, Durand scuttling lirst with little gasps of fear, .and-Joan following  slowly with a. kind'of haughty and  reluctant doubt���������Green hurried to open the door-for them. -Joan, as she  passed, was somehow aware that in  Uie quick momentary glance he gave  her there was sympathy and a kind  of friendship.  How strange, she thought as she  slowly ascended the stairs,-- and she  was so unused to sympathy or friendship that she felt hor heart"beating  with a-certain agitation. Can it be  ���������hut father has brought, him hero-  he must be very wicked for father to  ! have brought him here���������yet God  knows we need a friend.  Slowly, wondering much to herself,  she went ou up the stairs, nnd just  as she reached her own room where  Mrs. Durand was sitting trembling  by the fireplace,' there came a loud,  hurried knocking at the front door.  tsSi   l*Si  ���������"?���������  ��������� <*������j  .GX������������&  himself, looked puzzled, and Joan did  not attempt to hide her distrust. Mrs.  Durand's feeble pride at the idea of  having a man-setvant had already  evaporated and she appeared on the  .verge oftears again. Looking rather  disappointed, Mr. Durand shrugged  his shoulders impatiently as if he had  hoped for something different.  , Well, lie said, 1 must tjike Green to  tlie kitchen and instruct him In his  newyduties. I have also a friend or  two. coming to whom I wish'to talk  .in private. So you two go upstairs  and chat over your drosses for ijhe  ball at Lady Martin's and don't put  your hoses outside your door I HI I  Fimimon you. Joan, 1 quite forgot  to ask how your head is today.  Ho approached his daughter, who  watched him coming with a kind of  fchuddc-riiig abhorrence, but it- was  evident, dared make no protest or  Fign of resistance. Lifting his hand  while ho kept his eyes fixed intently  on hers, he parted slightly tho hair'  she had drawn over her forehead, *o  ns to show tho ugly, livid bruise underneath. ' Somo instinct of cruelly  ho had, i'oini' sheer delight, in causing  pain, mail*; him touch tlie bruls-n heavily with his linger, She eonld not.  prevent a slight exclamation of pain.  Oh, 1 Hay, exclaimed Green protest-  triply, for if he did not. liko pain him-  if alt he had nt any rate tho quality  of nol wiKhlng to Inflict lt ,on other  people,  Ah, that  was Hilly Man, said Da-  ���������UlTlU)'  And occasional  light J.re/  of Cuticura Ointment wiil  vent it when all else fr.il*.  rutlnim f-f**** infl f-,!f.t:r.ini Mi- !".!���������! '������ rt  ���������t*jw,jmi.X   h .iiitfil wtint'lr nt t-.i'l*, win, :  T.kiIM <'ti ll* -������"���������<" ������!���������������! iri..t';iMii Mi'- ���������'.  fcn*,*,., . i.t p.i������f f������f    AiUlrr *l'r>llt; Vial i.  (r������i|.., Vtpi, -.'in, tio',.1), c.e.*..  '���������'ry  pic-  ,-1 .">!t  'f   .1-1  i. Mia.  W.   N.   U,   0-tfi  CHAPTER Vill  A Consultation  At a gesture from Durand, Green  opened the dcor, and at once there  entered that tall, powerfully-built man  with the wicked, yellow-tinted face  whom earlier in the day the poet, Wilton Mayne, had dismissed, from liis  chambers. Durand looked at him  with a certain air of surprise and disappointment as though he had expected some one else, aud wondered why  the quadroon had come.  What's the matter, Sid Monday?,  Durand asked, What are you hero  at this timo for?  For nil answer Monday poured out, a  stream of fy.il oaths and curses, direct.-,  ed apparently against everybody and  anybody", including Durand himself.  But Dui;and, while appearing to be  quite indifferent to'this personal abuse  yet listened with an Increasing air of  uneasiness.  Shut up that row, Monday, he said  at. last, and tell us what is -wrong.  Where is Billy Man?  That for Billy- "Man, cried Monday,  with afresh string of oaths, but Wilton Mayne lias*sacked me.  Why, you fool, cried Durand furiously, what have you been-doing?,,  Wasn't doing nothing, .said Monday  ^.sulkily, only that big Thorold fellow  came. q  Yes���������well���������\ycl\��������� said Durand eagerly while Green indulged in a private  curse, at the name of the man who had  saved him; but none the less he hated  bitterly.  "Well, Monday continued, of course11  knew how important it was to find out.  how much. .Thorold knew and what he  meant, to do���������and so��������� and th.eii he  -paused,Joi)kj_i'g_.dei2recatiiigly at Durand, who made an angry andlTTTpstierilr  movement.  And so, he said, like the senseless  nigger that yoti are, you tried to listen  and managed so clumsily* that- they  found you out-and kicked you inlo, the  street., ���������   -  "Don't you call me a" nigger, said  Monday hoarsely. No, don't you call  me a nigger. Ho looked slowly and  sideways at Durand, his great form  shaking with a rage that it seemed he  could hardly control. No, don't you  call me a nigger; he repealed' for the  third time.  His aspect was so threatening Ihat  Durand's hand'went quickly behind  i him to ,.his hip pocket. With eyes  blazing, and bloodshot, Monday took a  soft step forward, his own hand clutching something hidden In hia breastpocket, and then Green interposed,  Here, 1 suy, now then, he protested  shrilly, what are you two coves spurred about? Ain't yon no more sense  than getting quarrelling?���������and neither  one of you with ho much as a drop  of drink in you bo-added-with,,infinite  reproach.  Well, what does ho call me a nigger  for? nuked Monday in the Riimo soft  tones that, wore so odd a contrast to  hit* usual blustering rage, No ono  shall cull mo n nigger���������ain't I a white  man? he asked of Green,'who hurriedly uj;reed, * Ain't I a whlto man? ho  askod of Dnmnd, and his whole great  form RtiUiered itself in readiness for a  leap Umt nothing hut death might stay,  I'll U-ll you what you nre, cried Durand, his hand ull ready on tlie pistol  it. gnisped in hlf* hip pocket, you are a  white fool, a whlto brute," a whlto���������  wi'i for the next two or throe minutes  hi' hurl'"il at Monday ovory epithet of  (it)UK(- and Insult, lie could lay h!.s  longuii to, introducing however each  new epithet with the same lulji'cllve,  while.  Spoke llko a true geiillcinini, suld  Muiiilay wiih un air of ri'llnf 'when l)n-  rand al laHt mused for lireaih, and 1  ain't di'iiyliiK hut what It's a piece of  rotten had lurk.  Hilly Mnn would hnve lold uh evni*y-|  Ihiug   In   thni',   complained   Dimiixl. j  And you t'.poil 11. nil for Hid mike <tf|  '���������I'tiltn; the Inform-)!ion n hit <*ai'lioi\j  Yen, hut who   known   .when    Hilly  Man will come hack, retorted Monday,  It, is  weeks Honiotlini.'S,  yon  know���������  wi'i'kH       Whin he rtoen ������'onic bni'K-  du you think ho will remember nhoul  thin?  Of cfun-Hf. he will, relorled Dunind.  Doccii't  he always  remember every-  thliiK perfectly? und 1 wouldn't, like  to lin you thon, fill her.  Wi'll���������pfm'l, help It, if ho In mad,  .Monday  muiien-*'^ ���������-/./.���������,.,.���������  !: "'"���������������������������  ifuiit.i* i;,,<:i.**y.       ' I  I don't know what we shall do I'm:  Hiiro, muttered Diir/md, unions wo cnu  niiike Wilton  Mayim tuku you Imp!:,  and ihnl In not likely.   I'm afraid I  inn (no o|d to -;o 'jij'.ii'If��������� 1 wonder If  I could  niiriniiii-1.    ������������������--.-���������    .,,'  .'..:    ,..���������������������������'  .limn there as his servants���������by Jove,  that'll   mi   I den-���������you    know Wilton  Miiyne wan stiylng hn would l'.<oh tt'.'.1*  fur a  nspcctabli) woman for liouxr-  kuepor.     .loan in so ohntlitiii<" IIihiikIi  - well, we inn hi think of It.    And now  i let li f-o ih*"An '.<> tl.e kitchen mi'l itv*'*t  | roiiif-riiliiR lo rut.    Hy (he way, Mon-  iibiv.   ii.l.->   I.,   ,7oe   (ifi-i'ii   1   toifl   von  | aliout.  : H.'-.pK' to i.K-r.' yon -Mr. kiM Mrtiiility,  I-aIi'i a pwlliit bow tu 111, ���������.Mon'v-hcl  -���������:������������������������'A, i.-.il to ���������"iiti-u-'itiil-ile yim, tilr.  'oi y.'T hk< ������������������������.:-ful nvnstdii from your  ii.lrifi-. i-.f i*.Miii!,,ilMiry ilnl.julon.  Ymi  f l-f  0  OOt.t-.i ,,i:lU ',',,, {��������������������������������� ������u IW'i  tho  piM'.'i*. ������,f iii���������klr.r the nrr)untntani.'C  [Of  ;.are under double strain���������  strength to live and learn and  strength to grow���������they must  have nourishment���������not overloaded stomachs, but concentrated nutriment to aid  nature during, the growing  period.  The wonderful,record of  Scott's Emulsion as a bodybuilder has been proved for  three generations. It strengthens  the bones, muscles and sinews;  builds the body, creates energy  and vigor; prevents and relieves  colds and fortifies the lungs,  Millions of delicate and undeveloped children have been  made strong, sturdy and hearty  with Scott's Emulsion*  Insist on having SfpTTS. ���������  Scott & Boirne, Toronto, OuUrio  12-63  Thank 'e kindly, sir, said Green,  touching his forehead mechanically,  and quite overwhelmed by this, torrent of flowery language, which was  lu fact, a sure indication that Monday  was .returning to his normal state of  mind, in which nothing pleased him  so much as any opportunity to use  long- words. *    '    ���������  I heard of the ��������� Cat ford Street affair, continued Monday, and I ���������am  highly delighted to meet the gentleman who participated hi it. I remember it well, anil 1 have often wondered why after you had dispatched  his life���������  For God's sake, interrupted Green,  trembling violently and making with  his' hand as if to thrust away some  horrid vision from before him.  Why, what's up? asked Monday in  genuine surprise. ��������� ���������      ��������� ,  It. is-an episode of Mr. Green's car-  eer, Sid, said Durand, with his ' evil  mocking smile, that he does not care  to be reminded  of.  (To be Continued)  GERMAN   ROYAL   WEDDING  P ri nee���������M ay-^be���������Asked���������to������B_enounce,  English Title  Berlin.���������The Rhenish Westphalian  Gazette, Essen, one of the leading organs of the Germ.ni armor-plate press,  expresses tho wish that Prince Ernest, heir of the duke of Cumberland,  who Is engaged to the kaiser's daughter, may be induced to renounce his  British title of prince before hia marriage.  Owing to the death of King George  of Greece, brother ot the duchess ,of  Cumberland, the royal wedding, ��������� according to the Tageblatt, will ba as  simple as possible, and only the immediate relatives of tho two families  will bo present. The duke of Cumberland's vis!, to Potsdam is postponed until after tho king's funeral.  ., Airmen Taken fop Spies  nerlln.��������� Two airmen, on allghllng  at Xeupfalz, Germany, though wearing  tho uniforms of oillcers of the Gorman Uhlans, wero taken for foreign  spies and chased by a hostile' crowd  to the police' station whero tholr identity was subsequently established.  FANATIC   FOLLOWERS   GO   MAD  so  -Isn't his lifo insured?  Yes.  Then what does his wife worry  about it for?  Sho says sho thinks it will bo a  perfect shamo if his second wlfo gets  all thut money,  i ���������  When a j*!rl doesn't (Ind the front,  porch or the hammock attractive her  mother IicrIiis to fear she meditates a  rnrt'cr,  Russian Peasants Who Believe   Th^t  Christ Lived In,Russia, Not  '  -   Palestine  St. Petersburg, Russia"^���������An Archangel correspondent sends a moving  description of the sufferings of the  Moldavian peasants who in mid-winter folic ,,ed the f:.uatieal moufi ln-  nocentius- over 1000 miles from the  Podolia'government to the 'Muromsky  monastery; on the" Onega-river,* where  he was banished. -,,  ��������� Ragged, starving and ' frost-bitten,  death threatened them all on tho  snowy wastes when the'Archangel authorities'sent a force of rural guards  to slop' their march and arrest their  leader and telegraphed to tho Red  Cross. Society, urgently asking for  medical aid. Some of the pilgrims  had money in comparative plenty, for  beforo starting northwards they had  sold their belongings, but, it was of  no avail to them in the frozen wilderness.  Their number wns underestimated  in the first account., it was well over  1000, including- a great proportion of  womenjmd children. They were sent  back to their homes by train in warmed vans. Tho correspondent witndss-  edthe departure of one party from the  station of Niandoma. Frost-bitten  cheeks, ears, fingers and toes were the  rule rather than the exception. Nearly all the - pMgrims woro begrimed  with dirt..'. >hmy women and children  were in hysterics. The.occupants of  one van \vere squatted on the floor  praying with openvBlbles,before them.  The correspondent questioned the  pilgrims as to the hold which Innocent:  ins had over tliein. Incredible as it  may sound ia tho twentieth century,  in a civilized country, the' following  is the gist of'the replies he received:  The followers of lnriocenlius knew  that Jesus Christ had appeared in  tho Onega region and not in Palestine. He was seized there, but was  taken elsewhere for crucifixion. 1A1-  pha and Omega in the Revelation of  St. John designated our Lord and'In-  nocentius (Reference has been made  in telegrams to the confusion of the  peasants between Omega and Onega).  Otherwise why waj there housing  room for 1000 persons in the Muromsky monastery when the monks only  numbered 100? This was the work  of the Lord. They had been shown  a picture of Innocentius portrayed as  Jesus Christ'with a nimbus encircling  his head and a cross and chalice in  his hands. '  The arrest of Innocentius only served to confirm their belief in his divinity, and they recounted how, when the  rural guards came to arrest,him, and  one of the guards tried to fire a blank  cartridge in order-(y intimidate them,  his rifle had misfired three times.  A similar miracle had occurred previously at Balta, in Podolia, when an  ���������jspfiffrailr-(police~olncei'-)-insulied_In=-  nocentius and advanced towards him  threateningly., Innocentius looked  straight into his eyes, and said quietly: Neither thy hand nor thy foot  shall stir, aud the lspravnik stopped  dead, as though paralysed.  On being confronted by the rural  guards the pilgrims gathered round  Innocentius, i,nd had to be dragged  away before tho monk could be ar-.  rested. The vice governor of Archangel approache.". Innocentius: Where  are you /going? he asked him. I  aiii' going to seek the new Zion. was  the answer, and the crowd of pilgrims  repeated in- song: W. aro going to  seek the new Zion.  Innocentius* followers, to the far  north included his mother aud five  sisters. When he w.-.s at Dalta, he  attracted thousands of pilgrims to the  local monastery by the power with  which he was credited ot casting out  devils.' There is an appalling amount  of lunacy in that part of Russia, generally ascribed to tho peasantry eating  a paste of unrlpo maize instead -of  leavened,bread.  The Dalta district, became, an* absolute inferno of lho mad, numbers of  whom woro brought, there In bonds.  This seomR to havo beon the principal  reason of Innocentius' banishment.  Several impartial Investigators maintain Ihat there was nothing immoral  in his teaching or his life.  Evening on the Farm  (Thirty Years Ago)  John, have you wound the clock?  .  Yes, dear?  And put cut the cat?  Yes, dear.  And locked the .jor?  Yes, dear.  Then you cr..i come to bed.  (Today)  Rudolph, have you locked the safe?'.  Yep. . "  And put the auto in the garage?  Xop- - '  And shut oif the " dynamo in the  basement? '\  Sure, Mike.  All right, you can roll into the hay  now.  Needs Assistance  Black has a terrible temper.  So I havo heard.  It seems as though he can't control  it. . .  I have uoUced that it always takes  a bigger man than he is to control lt  for him.   ������.���������,''  Mlnard'i Liniment Cures Dandruff.]  Found His Place  You know that old tightwad Jenks?  Sure.  Well, he goes to, (he theatre now  regularly once a week.  Yes, a moving picture show. *  Evidence-,  Seen Mrs. Gayhoy lately?  No.     Why?  She has*a new Paris gown and a  new.-diamond bracelet.  -���������  Now what Indiscretion has Gayboy  been- committing'*.'   ��������� ���������  Fresh picked luscious Nia-,  3 ��������� r  gara  fruit  and granulated  _^y sugar make  JAMS  A man llkoH the statement that, hu  linn risen to the toji of.the ladder. A  womnn rcHentH the- Intimation that she  wasn't alwayu there.  FRIENDS HELP  , Paul Park.Incident  Tl  .ie  kind    like  made'  mother  ABSOLUTELY PURE  Hard on Her   ,  .Poor Mabel! - I think her father is  so mean to her!  What's the trouble?'  You know how .nicely sho and  Charlie are getting on?     ,    *  Yes.  Well, now. her father tells her that  he can't afford to pay for a new gown  as long as she runs the parlor lights  five nights in.tho week. '  Nearly all children are,subject to  worms, and many are born with them.  Spare them suffering by. using Mot!h-  ei; Graves'- Worm , Exterminator, the  best remedy of the kind that can he  had.        ..' -'    "       "-==  ���������% He Had Discovered    "  ��������� Why <lo' they call this the century  run? asked tho Huffy young .thing  leaning far out to see what was' going  on.   .... ���������_  - Because, replied the man who was  fooling with the bolts aud valves of  thg__lmcking auto, it takes a ,century,  to make it."  Minard's Liniment Curee Burns, Etc*  How He Would Get Them  Willie, if your brother gave you two  apples and your sister gave you two  more, how many would you have?  1  would have  four.  '  Correct, Willie.  But I would have two fights first. ,  Can be had from your  Grocer  In Doubt  Ills fathc .��������� *'rove an ox team.  AnA ho drives an auto.   '  Some advancement.  Yes, but the ox team,was paid for.  " "A'lcr (IrlnliliiK coffeo for breakfast  I nlwnys felt luiui'iitf mid dull, having  no iimbltlon to ju't io my inoniliuj  duties. Then In about an hour or ho  ii weak, nervous (Icrangenient of tlu  heart and uionuich would conn) over  nio with hiie.li force ' would frcijiienlly  havo to Ho down,"  Ten Ih Juki, iih harmful, hecauso It  coiituliiH ciil'i'elue, the , tin mo di'ii*,-  found In coffeo.  "At other times I hail novero head-  uoIiob; f'tomiK-h finally became affoct-  ed and dlKentlou va Impaired that J  hml Hcrlotti* chronic dyspepsia nnd  i-oiu-tljmtlon, A lady, for many  yeurii Statu iVcNldcul of tho W.C.T.  U., lold mu I'hc hiu"; been greatly hen-  ellted  by  uulUlnt; coffoo  and  using  ly.,'......    :!..    V''*.*'   'I'-*'"I*!n,t    fnr   yn.u-"  with iittthmn. Sho said ll. wiih no  crows to quit cofi'eu when hue iinimi  she could have as ������'.<illeioua un arilelu  uh Postum.  "Auuiber Indy, who had been troubled with chronic dyi-pepf-ln for years,  ,.,, ...1 !.'.::���������"-���������, ���������''*"''" r'.Ui'f mi i>oauhn������ cnf.  fee'and uhtiiK I-octum. Still another  frlond told me thnt I'rihtiiin was a Moil-  uoik'i, iiur "iienrt -troublo 'in.in*; been  relieved aftor lonvliu; off i-ol'feu iind  tnkliiK on Postum.  "So ninny Mich rat* ; cnnii' to my  niiticf Hint I concluded ootto.a was tho  eaui;-������ of riy lrou'iln and 1 '('lit and  look up I'oKium. I am more thnn  plru*u*il to '.<ay iluu m> *l'!jh "f (iir.ililo  Imvo (llsnpiit'fircil. J am w������*JI ami  happy."  T.onk In pl<<-',���������'. f'iT ihe famous little  book, -Th������ (load to V.V.l'.llh'."  Ever rt������A the .ibove letter? A new  one appears from lime to timo- ^'|iey  ore -.eiuilne, "irue, finil |U|', 0>������ numnn  Intereet.  ARM-IN-ARM WALKING BANNED  Father Taklnq His Daughter to School  One Exception to Rule  Paris, Franco.���������Tho old-fashioned  habit of a man and it woman  walking nrm-in-nrni in public Iiiih long  gone out of faihlon, says tho Paris Kx-  celslor.  Iu Its columns a dlHciiKHlon on the  subject is taking place, especially on  the point: Should tlio woitfnn place her  arm within Hint of tlio mnn, or Bhould  ho tnko hern?  Tho spiictaclo of people 'wnlklna;  nrm-lii-iii'-ii Is, miys Iho KxcelBlor, beginning to becomo qulto sensnUonal���������  unleuH thoy are a father taking Ills  ilimglitoi' to la'hool, WhoreiiH In  formor diiyn tho Indy timidly placed  her hand within tho arm of her cavalier, lightly rc-nlhg on lila kIpovo,  the ii|Ho-(1nto couple walk coldly aloof,  tho man with hoth hands behind bin  hack, the woman with both hern in  her mult.  Thero Ih a timo when fielf-respcctlnfi  peoplo may permit the-.iuolvou to walk  ni-m-liMirni. It Is when ihey aro on  hulldny, In the country, Ju hourB of  peneofnl roverle, whoi, all things In  nature soont to hold hnnds. If is nil  nMUn-lr- which ilnnin.mli* a certain In-  tlmney, a gnuiiencHH m kuk. wnd ������.^..-  ieiu.|>lu(.i-.'������7-������*.'i.*> of m'c-ji.  No, decidedly, nny*- the "PnrlRlaii, let  no not bring   back   this   arm-in-arm  fashion To Parln.     Tlio   picture   In  drawn of n young man ot a typo which  Ih peon fre'iueutly ln tho Htreftti, who  taken a i-iiiih aim Vi'..'.* ������ ..-:*. -! I"  Jutaii  grip.  grftRpli-ig her hand nud  wrist, holding lior elbow nn In a vleo  and by the leverage, of his arm forcing  her to walk with one Hhoulder hunched  up and the othor lowered.   Tho object oDjionra to be that the mnn may  jirupir-l his companion, nuir-h nn a po-*'  llcr-mnn might propeli a recalcitrant  uffemW to the pollen f"t.it!on,  "ihln Is (b-nrly not lo be compared  for Kracefulneen with tho fashion of a  Ki-iur.ilIon apA, when the Indy bun--  lljrlilly oil tho urui ������f r. V.rrmg ami  ���������ilJ'*,,,"; e. -ort..  ., -ii iii*- .       "lit  ���������I',,,. lli,������*.H.cc...fu! pwrtn '������ usually  I the one who is Jufct a ttconil too lui".  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ALWAYS DO GOOD  .Mothers, whether yoiir baby la.suffering "from indigestion, colic -or  worms, or from somo other form of  chlklhood ailment, you will find Baby's  Own Tablets, a snro relief. . Thousands of mothers use nothing elso for  their little ones. Tho Tablots always  do good���������they cannot possibly do  harm and nre equnlly, good, for tho  newborn babe or growing child. They  nre" sold by medicino dealers or by  mull at 25 cents a box.from Tho Dr.  Williams'.-Medicine Co., Brortcvllle,  Out.  The Foe of Indlflestlon,���������Indigent-  1on isi a common ailment ami few nro  free from it lt is a most distressing  /Complaint nnd often tho suffering attending It is most severe, Tho very  best remedy Is Parmeleo's Vegetable  Pills, taken according to directions.  Thoy rectify tho irregular ncilon or  Uio stomach and ro':toro healthy action. .For many years they have been  a standard romedy for dyspepsia and  indigestion nnd aro highly esteemed  for their iiunlltles,  More Fitting  Iln fell In lovo wllh the teacher,  Ih lie ho young iih that?  You mean to say, Is alio ho young?  .. Probably I meant to imk are both  so young?  Some peoplo nro no perfectly lionoM  that thoy won't tnko a single thing  from your house.  Yoh, Home won't even' take their -de-  part nre.  The Nerve of Him  You know Hrowor?  Yob.  What (loon ho do for i; llvlna?  Nothing.   Ilo   Just   lives   without  any excuse  Say, you are a .'���������'Jioo manufacturer?  This name is for new fo.o1.wenr. 1  would call It. the president's shoe; nnd  even-body would, bo anxious to step  Into it.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Talus LAXATIVE UROMO Quinine. Tnh-  )pt������.   DniKRlstfi refund monoy It lt fnllii  to cure.     Vi. W. GUOVliJ'B slcnaturo li  on cue]) box,     '.'6c,  Wilting to PlenHC  I hnve a fortune In a name that t  will sell for about $1,000,000, and it Is  cheap at thnt.  IJetirr Itcep lt rather than suci'ilteo  It,     '   '  Leniency for n Dead Man  Homo.���������A mnn who appealed  ugnlma a tcutenee of fifty (lays' lm-  prlHiniiiK-nl pni*noil on him nt Turin,  and who died during tho Interval, luul  his aentence reduced by the nihglntmta  who Died tho case to ono of flftoon  dnyiV imprisonment.  ^ -*>. "        '  Artist's Revenue  Vienna.---Merr Anton Ilorkna, it  Hungarian nrllst, n;', three of his pic-  turoB to plecnH In view of a numoroun  nubile gt iho llurtnpent Art Inhibition  io hpilc the hanging committee for  nHBlgning bit* './ork- an unfavorable  plnco on tho walls.  FOR WOMEN ONL  backaciio or Heaaaclw  Dragging Down ScoiAlioj-u)  Nervoui���������Draini���������  Tendcnie������i Low Dows>  This Way 1^11  S\ }* bnrniiflfi of tiomo derangement" bit* cHseaHO  iBtinctly feminine.   Writo Ur. tt. V. Pierce*  Faculty at Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y.t;  Consultation,is "frco van<l utlvico.is strictly In*  '     confidence,^ "J" ���������������������������-*���������  Pr. Pierce's yavoritejfflrescriptioitt  ' rcatorca tlie health nnd spirits and removefl those  painful nymptoma mentioned above, lt has been  cold by druffgista for over 40 yearfl. in fluid form,  -at $1.00 prr pottle, Riving general aatitfaction. It can  now be had in tablet (onu, at modtfl-sd ly R.V. Plerc������, M.D.  Ifl       *t"\  B now  mmf**nmmi  \Saltl by Modlotno Doo tor** op Mai box]  [try malt on vooaW ol 60o tn t%ta:s^������\ ,- \>  |\ 'A'. '  I        ** *���������  ������ A  ,THE NEWS, CmrBEKIJAOT), B. C.  1PEKIN   MOURNS   DEAD   EMPRESS  RELIC OF, A FORMER DAY  Impressive Ceremonies Held -Outside  the City Attended by, Chinese and  Foreigners  Peklu, China.���������A largo continuous  stream of foreigners und Chineso have  attended th������ memorial service for the  late dowager empress. On the center-span of tlio marble bridge .outside  the Tionan gate is a temporary pavilion of Imperial, yellow silk, decorated  with flowers. The pavilion contains  the dowager'a portrait and sacrlflcal  utensils. Here the general public performs sacrifices to tho empress' memory, whllo on the road vast crowds  stand gazing.  Passing the Tlenan and Tuan gates,  both beautifully decorated with flowers "and shells enumerating tho virtues of the dead, visitors" enter a-second inclosure by passing over tho central marble bridge. They then face  the Wu gate, under tho center of  ���������which hangs the' dowager's portrait,  the work of a celebrated Chinese artist.  In "front of and beneath the portra.'.  is tho dragon throne, typifying the departed grandeur both of the dowager  and the dynasty. The throne stands  at tho rear ol a dais, the ceilings and  sides of which aro gorgeously beflow-  ered and beflagged. Above the dais  are four characters signifying that the  dowager was ono among the women  ���������litting to rank with tho two first great  Chinese-.emperors. To the right an J  some yards distant from the"dais is a  yellow-draped platform, on whicli are  monks and priests, whose solemn and  Impressive dirges alternate with the  louder and less penetrating strains of  a' Chinese band similarly situated to  the left of the dais.  Ascending the steps to the, right ol  _4]iA_\Yu-Bate^Js-.a-,constant-stream_of.  Chinese Manchus, Mongols, Mahomnia-  dens and Tibetans. Removing their  liead coverings tlu.* halt bef-.-e, tlie  portrait, bow thrice, and pass on.  Foreigners are diverted to the left  outside the line ot mourners.  The central figure oa the dais are  Princo Pulun, robed In white sheepskin, and also a Mongolian buddha,  who with members of the funeral committee, addressed tho throng, eulogizing the dowager.  Looking backward from tho Wu gato  !>ne sees an Interesting concourse,  principally of Chineso and Manchus,  ,jnen, women and children,,,!!! rpsplen-  dent attire, while groups ot white-  j-obnd ounuchs stand silent and sullon  jiH though resenting the public participation * in the funeral ceremonies of  the last reigning adult of tho Munchu  flvnattv on which ihey1 br.'.'roned.  , Some Hospital Results  An interesting- table    shows    that  there are three times as many men  as women in the city hospitals and  that the longevity of the women'is'  greater than that of tho men*.  Of the women who have been in the  hospitals, 2.59 per cent, lived beyond  65 years ot age, -while only I*'!) per  cent, of tho men exceeded'that age.  Last year the one receiving physician  handled 24,000 cases, It is recorded.  It is shown that hehad to work twenty-four hours a day, being subject" w  call at any time after he had gone to  bed.    . ���������'    ,      , ���������-   ������    ������������������  The success o. the effort to forco  children to support their aged parents  in the city infirmary, either by taking  them out or by paying for their board,  is* also demonstrated.. This ono chart  explains, Is "saving to the city a year  $200,000; saving to the parents, self-  respect "  LOSES,GIFT OF GAB  Interesting Discovery is Made at Fort  William '  A crudo copper hook, beaten by  hand out-of nativo copper and possibly  or prehistoric origin, was unearthed  by city workmen in a sewer at Fort  William,- about twenty foot below the  earth's suiface. The* hook is about  seven Inches long and the loop of the  hook proper is two and a half inches  in diameter. Its sides-are ilat���������beaten four square and shows the'Imprint  ot a small flat-faced hammer, and  though slender, --.his copper hook is so  exquisitely 1'empered that when bent  under pressure it immediately springs  baqk in Its original position iike the  finest steel. At the top is a tiny,ring,  "possibly intended i'or the insertion of  a thong or string.  It is unquestionably a relic of some  American aborlginee, But whether it  was fashioned by an Indian or his pj-e-.  decessors, the Mound ��������� Builder, -will  have to be left to the judgment, of historical experts. It is the opinion of  some that it was an,Instrument utilized for fishing in some bygone day's,  but the hook Is strong enough to'easily  bear the weight of i. man. The men  who found the hook assert that clam  shells are" found in abundance at a  depth of thirty-five feet along the route  of tlie main sewer and this leads to the  belief tliat that section was at one  time under water. Undoubtedly some  rude garbed iislurman of the stone  age was sorely grieved when the  ���������strength of a stone age marine monster proved too much for his fish line of  thong and decamped with the hook of  copper which he had used great pains  on to fashion.  No Loss  JIow do you fool about woman suffrage?  Well, 1 am.willing that a woman  should vote It she wants (o, but sho  can't vote and have my seat lu tho  street car too.  Well, as she seldom gels your scat  I suppose that she won't lose anything  by voting.  So Her Grace Assures Audieneo of  Artists, and She Should Know  London, England.���������Tho duchess of  Sutherland, ln opening the exhibition  of tho North Staffordshire Art Society,  at Stoke, said they would be glad to  know she had almost lost the gift  of the gab, It was a good thing,to  talk In one's youth and reflect in middle age. By that means one evolved  a profound philosophy.    .  The Optimist  Said a choerlul old boar at the Zoo;  t never lavo timo to fool bluo.  It it boron mo, you know, *    - -  To walk to and fro,  I reverse It and walk fro and to.  Worms are encouraged by morbid  .conditions_of_tlie_stoma.ch_and,lio_w._els,.  and,so subsist.. Miller's Worm Powders will alter theso conditions almost  immediately and T. Ill sweep the worms  away. No destructive parasite can  live in contact with this medicine,  which is not only a worm destroyer,  but a health-giving medicine most beneficial to the young constitution .������ud  as such it has no superior.  TO EASE TIGHT CHEST  AND CURE A COLD  RUB ON NERVILINE  No Remedy Half so Efficient  ' "I didn't have to suffer long with a  sore, wheezy chest. I had a mighty  bad, cold���������it held me like a vise, but  ,1 knew what to do. I took .half a tea-  spoonful of Nerviline in hot water  and nibbed my neck and chest every  half, hour during the evening. You  would' hardly credit the way Nerviline  loosed up that tight chest, enable-;1 me  to breathe like a free man, gave mo  comfort in a few hours."  This is tlie experience of J. P. Durand, a well known resident of Burton's Corners". In thousands ��������� of  homes Nerviline is used- every day.  If a Utile child has a sick stomach,  just a few drops will suffice. If there  is any bowel disorder or diarrhoea,  only a small dose is required Inwardly or outwardly, wherever there  is pain or inflammation, Nerviline will  always relieve quickest "and cure sure-  est. of any remedy known. Family  size, 50c; small bottle. 25c, at r.ll  storekeepers and druggists, or The  Catarrhozone Co,, Buffalo, N.Y. ,:  GOOSE-STEP FOR GIRLS  No Such Thing  ��������� She said I was rather young.  She did?  ,Yos, and that friend of hers said:  Oh, well, she'll get over It. ,  Moan thing.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your druKRlst will refund money If PAZO  OINTMENT- falls to cure any ease of Itch-  tut,**,  Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles  ln ti to 14 days;   6  Oo.  COUNTESS LOSES JEWELERY  iiiffi  WLW&  i;gml������  ^m  ���������'���������ijfll     _  WB*������  Uvi  ift*^"^  ������*JL-  MtiWs'WM  DOCTORS ADVISE  OPERATIONS  ... i  Saved by Lydia E. Pinlcham'a  Vegetable Compound,  Swartlimoro, Ponn. - " For fifteen  years I RufTorod untold agony, and for  ono period of nearly  two yeoraI had hemorrhages and tho  doctora told mo I  would hnvo to undergo un operation,  but I bop-an taking  Ly-llu E. Pinlcham'B  Vogotabla Compound and am in  good houlth now. I  nm nil ovor tho  Ch an go of Lifo and  cannot pralso your Vegetable Compound  too highly. Every woman should tako it at  that. timo. I recommend it to both old  nnd young for femnlo troublc8."~Mr������.  Emilv SuMMKRHOiLTi, Swartlimoro, Va.  Canmlian Woman's Kxporlonco������  Fort William , Ont.-"I feel ns if I  could not tell others enough nbout tho  good Lydia E, Pinklmm'n Vogotablo  Loiii'yuU'ui itlib UkJ'ti,- tui im*.    I \\ Uo IVCii.k  rmd lived nnd T mild not, rest*. nip-Ms. A  friend rocommonded your Compound and  I noon gained health nnd strongth and  could not wish to sloop butter. I know  othor womon who havo tnlcon it for tho  namo purposo and thoy join mo in prato-  ing it. "-Mrfl, Wm. A. Bum, C31 South  Vickar Street, Fort Willlamn, Ontario.  . Sinco wa guarnntoo thnt all IcBtimo-  rials which wo publish nro genuine, is it  not fair to suppono that if Lydia E. rink-  linm'8 Vogotablo Compound haa tho vir-  ���������tun to help thwifl womon It will holp nny  othor woman who is suffering in a liko  manner?  If yon want spr-rlal ndflrMrrllo io  Lrdla K. 1'Inkliam Medicino Co. (confl*  (Initial) Lynn, Mask. Vour Ictlfr frill  bo opened, read nnd oiiRworcd by n  lToiii.in mu' Mil In utrlct confidence,  NM, N. U, 046  Victim of Three Clever Swindlers She  Accidentally Meets In Cafe  Berlin, Germany.���������A "Russian woman  Countess* Sltosstroffs, has fallen a  victim to threo accomplished Berlin  swindlers, losing In tholr company  jewelry valued at $35,000.  Tho countess, who appears to bo of  a very unsophisticated nature, had  boen spending some timo on the Hivl-  qra, Returning homo via Berlin, she  had somo hours lo wait for a train to  St. Petersburg, and she employed the  Interval "-by visiting a well-known Berlin cafo. Sho sat down at a table  occupied by a pretty girl, who told lho  countOBS that ������ho was an actress  waiting for hor husband.  ��������� This gentleman booh arrived, Intro-  duclng himself with a high-sounding  aristocratic name, Another mnn presently Joined the parly and ho was  also introduced a������ of noblo and anelont  llncngo. All woro very ugruonblo together, and one of tho mon proponed  visits to othor eafos and dually to a  cinematograph theatre.  At this laHt placo of onlcrtr.lnmont  tlio woman it. waa suggested, should  put ln tho cloak-room not only her  wrapa but a hond'hag to which sho ap-  pcarod vory much attached. Sho part-  ud with tho bag, sin said, wlll. gront  unwilllnRiiPBB, oh It contained hor jow-  liry, but tho Berlin nobles told her  that Jt would bo all right and that  tlioy would gunranton Uh safety.  During lho performance tho woman  noticed that tho young actress and hi'r  husband had retired. Sho oskc.l for  an explanation from hor othor companion, nnd was told that tlioy woro  telephoning, but as they vere ho long  about. Jt lie would Just stop out nml  boo. Ho did not return cither, Tho  pnnnil������,B������ rrnwlni* nlnvnioil- nq ono nf  the noblomon had her cloakroom ticket, loft (ho (iu'iUre, ami wan informed  by the cloak-room woman thai tho bug  hnd boen given up on llm presentation  of the ticket hy onn of tho men. Tho  woman ruahr-d off to lho police but  ro fnr I line linn boon no trace of iho  thlot'cs.  Breaking it to Him Gently  Maude, will you marry mo?  Well, Charllo, I'll think about It,  What will you think*nbout ll?  Romo vory uncomplimentary things  I am iifiuld.  , *mH*m^*umim**aa*mm^m*B  What 8h������ Needed  What you need, madam, la oxygen.  Como every afternoon for your Inhalations.     Tlioy will cost you ?4 each.  I knew tho other doctor didn't un-  derstnnd my case, declared tho favlt-  lonnblo patient, lie told mo that all  I needed was plal. Jresh air.  J-nt_e_i'-Qat"o_n5l__C_</nnress of Phy.s.lcal  Education Open in Paris  Paris.���������The International congress  and exhibition, pf physical education  was inaugurated at the Sorbonno recently, by'President Poincare. The  delegate from Turkey declared 'that  part of the .defeat inllicted by the allies on the Turks was duo to the  physical inferiority.of the Turks.  Anion; the t'.isplays Riven was one  by fifty girls from the Royal Institute  of Gynr.-.aslics at Turin, whose ngos  ranged from ir to 25. Thoy were all  well built s,nd vlgoroim, and wr > loose  white blouses .with navy bluo divided  skirts and black stockings. It seemed  Impossible lo tire thom and their closing exercise, a staccato Italian variation ot tho goose-step, cnuse.l much  laightcr.  Minard's Liniment for Bale everywhere.  For   DISTEMPRtt   P1NK m epizootic, shipping  1UI     w*Ol������ilUr^K    FEVER. .������<! CATARRHAL FEVER  Sure euro and posltlvo preventive, no matter how l-iors******  at any age ar������ infected or "exposed." Liquid, ��������� given on th������  tongue, acta on the Blood and Glands, expels lho polaonou*  Kei-ms from, tlie body. Cures Distemper li\o Dogs and  sheep, and Cholera In' Poultry. largest soiling 11 va stock ro-  ii-edy. ��������� Cures La Grippe among touYian beings and Is a flno  kidney remedy. Cut this out. Ktep lt, * Show lt to your  druggist, who will get lt for you. . Freo Booklet. "Distemper,  Causes and Cures."  DISTRIBUTORS���������ALL WHOUESAtE DRUGGISTS  SfOHN MEDICAL CO., Clos'i'i tti Fu'trM.iUti, Cwttn.-Jki)., U. S. A' '  '���������-.i*.-��������� -���������   DUCHESS 01"* SUTHERLAND,  Occasionally we meet a man whose  Idea of getting even with a follow he  doesn't llko consist-j In kicking- his  pet doa on the sly.  You cun never toll what n man Is  until you hnvo seen him tested by  prosperity as well as adversity, anil  then you can only hazard a guoss.  lt Is easy enough to be yjood when  tlio devil hns nothing really luiprest-  lug lu sight,  No Rest With Asthma. Acthma us-  willy attacks at night, tlio ono time  when rest Is needed most, lloneo the  doss of strong!h, tho nervous debility,  ,tho loss of ueuli and other evils which  must be expected unless relief Is no-  curod. Fortunately relief Is ' jiopsI-  hle. Dr. .7 D. KclliHig's Asthma  Hemedy has proved It.i merit, through  years of service, A (rial will surely  convlnco you.  Tho troublo Is Uio nollllolani don't  Just umlerstaud what would hnpptui to  tho graft Industry If women woro  permuted to ���������. inuun themselves wiih  tlio littlo whlto ballot.  She adjured tl.em as artists to fling  away prejudice. It required as much  courage to be an nrtist as an aviator.  The latter lost his nerve in from one  to three" years. -The former might  lose his, nerve at one exhibition.  It inly required the prejudice of an-  untrained public to frighten any artist  into conventionality.  There was a great gulf between conventionality and anarchism in art. No  islander was naturally an anarchist,  the sense of security was strong In  his blood. On the continent, however  artistic anarchism was alarming. Artists there were fighting their way to  find self-expression through superlative -lurllness.      Some might possibly  tl ._ .   ,'z,-. .1 ., ....1.. Lt.. 1. a,. ..J .. ).>��������� J.=������ L.  m:mu}r^Jlliu_bU]jmiai.i\e~u������aui.j7-uili. il  was a roundabout way, and the best  that could be said*for them was that  thoy were not afraid, if not'to be  afraid was virtuous.  The Only Wny  IJrlnkH looks downhearted this  morning, lie has Just found out that  ho must marry.  Mnrryl llrlnlw?  Why, how Ih thai?  Ills fathor gavo lilm notlcii this  morning that he would no loiigor support him.  Smart Landlady  Sho nlwnys trlOH to have hor boarders moot a lot. ot urotly'glrlu.  \sny,  She '-'lys :i yf.ni]^' mnn  in vor i*:il"  much when ho Is In lovo,  POPULAR YOUNG  FARMER TALKS  TELLS    WHAT    DODdV   KIDNEY  PILLS  DID FOR  HIM '  He's Back at Work Again, After Suffering from the Pains, Nervousness  and Depiossion that   Only   Kidney  Disease Can B.'liifj.  Point Alexander,"Out., (Speclnl),-���������  Mr.  D,  A.   Froncaro, .n, well-known  and popular young farmer, living near  hero, who has bpen a sufferer from  kidney disease for somo,timo past, is  back at work again,   and   ho   says,  without hesitation,  that h:*  cure Is  due to Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "I was always tired and nervous,"  Mr, Froncaro says, in speaking of his  Illness. "I suffered from backache  and noiinilgla, and my sleep was  broken and 'unrofresiling. My eyes  were puffed and there woro dark red  circles around llioni,  "My immplc'f- would cramp. I felt  heavy and sleepy afterwards, and 1  was depressed and low-splrlted, while  thortnuss of broalh and dl/./.y spells  served to malto life yet more miserable for inc.  "I was always thlruty; my limbs  wore heavy; and I had a dragging  Hoiu-.nlIon across tlio loins,  ".My symptom*- led me to boliovo I  had kidney illsonHo, and I slartod to  use Dodd's Kidney Pills. 1 havo taken  eight boxes In all, and 1 am vory  linimfiil I'or llm hcnellt I have received from tliom,"  If tho illsoiiHii Is of the lildi.oys or  from Mm kidneys, Dndd's Kidney Pills  wlll cure It.  NOTHING BUT THE BEST  QUALITY is the secret of the McLaughlin reputation  for carriage building. Quality is the reason for  , Canada's Largest and ,B������s,t Equipped Carriage Fact-  oiy-a factory which can turn out a carefully constructed,  and thoroughly inspected, vehicle every ten minutes of  each working day in the year.  It would be easy to make a gigantic fortune in ��������� a few  years by substituting lower grade materials, but. such a  policy would be nothing more, nor less thari'busines's'suicide,  and we prefer to continue along the lines laid down by  this company "more than 44 years ago.  Carriages are'not the lowest priced carriages on the mar-  u : ,?ut.they arre by far the" cheapest in the end. Nothing  but the best of material', skill and workmanship is good  enough for us, and we are satisfied to abide by YOUR  decision.  Large stocks carried at our branch houses ahd agencies  throughout Western Canada.  McLaughlin Carriage Co., Limited,  OSHAWA      .  ��������� . .  Western Branch Houses-Winnipeg, Regina,. Saskatoon,  ,  Calgary, Vancouver,  b op sT.;: vo unr own  by or d ani zing a  ?������S BRASS BAND  |HWr;uiiif]jjti on, tiuj, s.  ���������.'���������I ijyVI.Hir   li:l.Il.K    :i ������,)' .j*  ,';.yvy;:ji)j- ha .ub; t.uircj  li'ril'i.l.^-r.'t.ii.w'M ������������������* .sf.'*  r\\r  i:!".. yvifli ; .in nil  ll I i'.j fn! in i.i .','  Willi iiiit' liirt \^i  ���������A, i >*��������� i\<   ,".| i " .  ihsi ritcliojis ('iff  i ui inn ,*! nil , ll> ���������"  i.'r'wiil liuuriiriilij  Wi-NNiPEGjyTWE \imi-rri'A'M.Qy* son-s-co..!Toronto  MANITOBA     ^S.     TYIJLil^l/\lV10    LIMITED   '.     ONTAPtn  LIIvHTED QNTARiO  DON'T MISS THIS  A Splendid 10 cent Household Specialty is being introduced  all over Canada. It is appreciated by the Thrifty Housewife  who wants things "Just a little better." Send post card to-day.  Simply say:������_  'Send package of household specialty advertised in my newspaper'  That's all���������You will be delighted! Pay if sallsfied-we take  the risk-Address P. O. Box 1240, Montreal, Can,  1 his offer expires June 1st, 1913. Send to-day.  '���������Jjamiile. fu������ n you )wit6 NnUor.al  nniir nnd Vl\^ml.'nl fo., ot t'ftn.nln,  Limited, Toronto."  Particular  How do yoii llko tlio lllllo Klrl who  linn Just, nuivod In uoxt. door. Mnliol?  My nininiiiii doonn'l lot mo jiluy with  lior.  Don't, yon llko lior?  Uh-liiili!  Thon why ilooHii't your mother lot  you ]>luy with her?  'Cii-ihu hIio ntiviir wni������tn mo to play  with *>oo|)Io'b littlo Blrlii who chIIh  '.holr mnldH 'hlrod j-lrls.'  A desimti'li from Toto Jiiiuio Ciu-lie  siuti'H that moro ; implo uro kuIiik Into  ilio Intnrlor from tho vnrloim HtntlnnH  (���������out of Unit point .md wj������Ht nt HnzoUon  now tliun . l t>i>.) .'..i.i.i (i'i'-.-' Iti mi) i>i'-  \ loim your. Thin curly travel In tulton  as ItullciiUvfi of a bljf rush Into tho In-  tt'rlor or HrltlHh Columl-lu iiIoiir tlm  lino of tho (Jrnnd Trunk Viielflc nml  n liouvv summer InulueHn In ftll linen  la iiritl-'lpnieil. litnii Fori tioorKi-  und Hiuoltou nro dovolopliiK rapidly  nnd thoro If) Uoon competition (iinonn  tho niorclinntH,  The Test  Una sho n ������ood husband?  You hot.  How Rood Is ho?  l'ui' mi)   u-imiiimli't- tiino'iiil al Un>  hank.  Largo Doll Does Duty for Beggar on  Paris Street '  Purls.���������In the Uuo St. Laznu stood  a poor und monnlj olad woman who  stopped puBsors-liy, crying: Glvo mo a  penny for food for my buhy, as hIio  pointed to a walling Infant in her  arms.  llut an observant policeman Inter-  fowl, It wiib only when tho woman  mndo n particular inovemoiit Hint tho  Infant hquoiiIoiI, and InvcBtlBftllon  showed that n atrliiB, which tho woman  worked with her fool, was tied to It.  Tlio apparenl c.niully leuultod In tho  wonmn'H arrcHt, firimt was lho an-  tonlHlimo.nl at the pollen heailriiiarterH  whon tho injured baby wiib found to  bo a loi'BO doll, wIioro vocabulary eon-  slated of 'miimnia' nnd 'papa.' Further  in thu Imby'H clotliOH wero llnon art*.  IcIoh pllforoil from tho atnlla In tho  BtvoelH,  CALL FOR AflMY NURSES  Women's Organliatlona Ente.- Heartily  Into the Cchemo  riorlln.���������"Women's orBanlzatloiifl in  Germany aro taking nn onthiiBlnstlc  Interest In tho Hellenic to supply tho  army with thousands of volunteer  nurses for emergency sorvlco.  Facllltlos nro now to bo pi n*lded for  enabling womon of all classes to be.  come nurses, Only thoso will ho ac-  nojitod who aro ready to undergo hIx  wooIch' training, vi'. leh will lm given  freo of charge. Applicants to join  tlio nursing volunteer corps * t sup.  ply their own eiiiilpnient nnd plodj-o  themselves to respond to tho call of  tho war otllco,  <"\  Mlnard'i Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Makea ui Honest *  Sho Is t'o very lust word In pretty  lleforo lho penny slot maehluo  K'1!'"' _  .   ,, , Put miitchi'H In our way  ;. : It"ont know. I An llomiHt mini In other things  Hut sho Is hand painted. \   yor nuitol-oH wouldn't pnv  A Constant Change  In Body's Tissues  Honest  . I'n, what tlof-a thi* paper tnoftn l������>  a srpiai'o gmmhler?  Ono who never tvl(������s to clio.it tho  j police ot their tali* off.  "Our hoilloH," Hiiy������ Huxley, "may  uo iii.^ucii to uu i'jiuj in too jiver,  which vclnlji!! IH :h;i]io fnr a wl*)!*-,  though every liistaiit each partlelo of  water is changing."  Thu tl*>HUt'N of tho body, compofieil  of millions of liny cells, uru lining  conslanUy broken down and wai-ted  UI.J.J    t>)    in.'   jitiuy.v'nri   in   inf,   ,\\\\\   \;n-  peclully by ovd-york, worry und dis-  ease.  In order to reconstruct theso wasted tissues thoro uro necesi-ury such  elenieiitH as Iron, milphui*, iniiKiicsIa,  potash, etc., nml when thosf aro not  Hiippllei! In nnflli'len* iiiifinfltlos fn Die  food wo eat ll U iiect'Sbary to a\] nature by the \\w of Home rentoratlve  propa rut Ion.  Most iieoplc 11 ml Dr. Chase's N't-rve  Tooil partlriilnrly r-ffecthc under .inch  elrciiinslim.ioB lioonnoo tt'ir onmn.-.-,-. t  of thievery olomontw of nature which  ���������,./ io ItHin iii'v,, noli tiiuod, urea to now  nerve cells  ami rt.'hii!Ii|  wanted tlu.  SUCH,  This great fmdeure In rndlrally  different  from  iniullcliien   which  nro  11������Wll'V   Olllllll-lVfill   In    Mi.i    ImiiImubI    ..������  nervous dlsi'iueit. For, while they  utlmnlnte ti.ed nerve* to overexertion  or by narcotic inllticnoe nonth and  deaden them, Dr. Chase's Nerve Knod  revitalizes wasted nerve cells nml so  aceoiiipllsliim luitlin.ily beu(*nelal u*-  suits.  Such symptoi,!'! us. Nlreir.i.HHne.uH, Ir*  rltftblllty, lioadiielif, IniltgeHtlon. brain  tire and feelliiRi of fntii-iie anil ills-  cnuraRi'iuent soon dlfappenr when tho  system li '"Hit up by the use of  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  j 6o conn a 'iox, nil d"nlers, or Kdm.imon, Hates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  .immtkm  --  .������M>.-...,J * A'   v      L   ���������*������/* 1 "- '  TITK   NEWS;   QQ-M&t^LAffff,,   PJCTSSf' 60^-ff||ffift,  ;'u3 CiiRitotad Ji8WS  . ,������'���������: iCvory by Wrdne-'-lay the  'A������'r,c*si & Cumberland  ���������-Mb-ishiryg   Company.  * IX ������i'4T*--������;^- rfj nivm1 ���������> *��������� r^  WATER  NOTICE %&mmmmnm  V "o ]tt{K.'i- will imt hold itsiflf  .. -i- *���������::.;!lib- for tho opinions* of oth-  . X ?*.���������* may nppi-ar in its (lohnnns  -; '.;i time to liim-.  'DNiCSDAV   Jlu\'E IS 1 Ji 1 Jt  ���������   ''Saywanl l.\nd OWlr,'-.:-;.  "        ( )>i-t:i< t ol Co.ii'ox.,������    ���������   ',  ; ART. NO 1'ICK tint Mary Timlin of.  '"��������� '--id, ll. C. ixcupauon iiiiivue'tl   y, onion  'iifernl- l.*. apply for pcY-mnsK-io to pnr-  *f.-"i;i*?.  I hi*  lolSo.viijx ric.-cribc/J, l.tnds:���������  ('oi^inu neiiv- nt  a pn-;.  -li.imed  at   llie  . i'liitli ������������������i.-bl'VomiM- ii T. L,  No, ^.1338,������  tVi;.W' iv-ah   'i.i' chains, thence west 40  c!niii'.->, 'heme:   o*>u>h 511 < Si:i'mr,- more or  " ]'.���������,'��������� to *-hoi*c lice, theni.e nioug the shore  *' ii.Ti -j 1 ch.imy mon.:"' or less to plac. ot  ',..',*;.11 nin���������r containing  y to 'lores'more or  *Vs.������ ���������'    ������ "    ,N ���������   ' ���������'  V;M('������RGF. VKRDIK'K  '" "    ^    Agent for i\Ury Timlin  "Dale Angus'. 13JI1,, toi.*,,  t   .rS.iyw.'ird Lm,d District.  J * Uistiict oi,Comox.  ,    TAKIC NOTICK tlw: Charie^Tbtilin,  ill l.uc.l, IJ C, oczupation  nierchani, in-  iKorU !c iipply  i->i'   p.'-nni-'i^i onto ��������� piir-  idM.sc ilnitlie foiio-vinv r'e.icnbccl land:���������  1  Co"!uncnt.'iri'g at-irpo-.i uh-.ntcd in Browns  lY.iy .tt tlje'i'.ortli-eav.t  corner of T. L  .,.43146,   thence   \vh< 80   chains,^thence  not-th 2 1 cth iiiil   ih.'nc; cist   80 chains,  in tin s'lore'line.tlvMicc south 20 chains  ��������� worn or less along.shore line to place of  beginning coot.tir>iny iCo acres bo're or  less  . r '*   ,    ' CEORtJK VERDIER      *  .   "  y  ' A^ent ff',i ("hi'Hes Timlin  p.Uc Aujuo'-M h, 1912 ������n  *,S.������sv.*inl 1,-iiul DiStritu.    " ������  *  ������       District,of Qomos'.    ^  ������TAkE NOrfCE thnt Ccorg'e Vcrdi-  c'', -ii" Lund, il.C, occup ition"       ..    ���������  '  'intends nj'.-ippiy for  permission   lo''pur-  ���������j-.ii.v3-j tha, foll.i.vin^'  d,*si:ribec!p bncls:���������  Con*ni'j!i<:in|i at a, port, p'antedVa't   the  FOR A LICENCE  TO TAKB AND  USE WATER.  NOTICE n hereby, Rivon that E.-qui-  malt & Kaiiaiiuo Kuih'iiy, of Yiotorm,  li. 0 will (ij ply fir a 1kci?oo io hd;*.' nnd  uko 100,000 gallons per 24 bonis, of-wator  on': ������t Thames Creel;, which fb'-va iii u  iiditherly dir*.o:ion through Nuwcsatlt  JDiutriet -ilii cin?u-*Si iuto Stritih* of Clew-  iji -* w-nv 3 niilea tvoA- of Hi jj Qunliunin  Rh-i'r. '1 ho wntcr will Uo diwrtwl nt liO'JO"', $  upstreifm  from   railway uul^ill bu u*tid | fa  (I ���������  %w^.Xi(p^llw.,>  ������.Wi>.^.wiii^-iii.^rtw������iawi.fc.imi������*iiii*i^.i^^i������ii.^aiy������>H������Nwip<ii<w#wtiP^  WW IIMHWIW  for gciK'i'.tl railway \iv pout a on tli������ loul  ilosoiihcil ns Uuil'.vuy Righiot W-.y. Tui  iio!i..'0 win {tostoil ���������������������������! thy ������i'ii'.|..nl oil tlio  ���������'11! i!.-iy i.f April. 11*1 'A. 'lin.; ���������ippl'i-iiU-ii  wi'lbi tiloil in Ilio ollluo t-.i tl.o \V,������'���������;��������������� lli-  oonlor ut Vidori.i, It, {'��������� Objoii'i.nis in^y  bo Mod with tbe Bnid Witt- r lSucunlor 1 r  with Vno Ontiiptn.lhri- of Water l\ii;ii'*-*,  j Pailiam-.-i.t iluiUM-ff*, Vic;, rit tt:U.  E^iUlMALT ^ NANAIMO RAILWAY  Apjibc.i.:;;  -   JI. E   UlCASlrKN  l  I  i-lli'l  WATER  NOTICE i I  EOlt A LICENCE TO TAIvl*! AND  USE VfATEU.  j fi &d������^33ffi5S^^  NOTICE U beroby t.i.'tu that. Ks.qni-j|j  ran t A Nnuiijmo Knilv^y, of Victe rin, | P-*  li. O wil'lnp-jly fur ������ 1 m iicc tu t:i!-o iiwd". (jf  use 100,000gulhm-H p-rr 1:1 hours, ��������������������� wiiU-r lS  out of Sandy Crf������.-k, which Ilo*'.s i������ a cor-1 m  thurly ciicotioii tlironfjh Noi;antw l>i:-;  Iri ioc and empties infc'i l\o{> IV.y.-nour  Roscwo 1 Crcok- , Tho wnt-n* will h- Aa-ov  ted ;il 2liJ0" vp tremu fron: iftiVriy n.-id ; h'J  will ho nsnd fur Uoricril' t' iu v. .i;, piiip.j '������������������ 1~  on tbo lnnd desoiibnil p.^ R-v.iw,,., l'.igh*. ni , \i  ill  the I $  Way.   This n-jtios, wirf jjuru-.u c  ground on the Hid <l y uf April, "I0IIJ. ||?  The Rni/licition will   bo iilod in tha  OiAoii'-U  . ' r   . '.I "s        " i i-t  ot tlio Water Rooqrd r ril-Viotorfi, H? O. jf?|  0'ijccl.iniiS mny bo libel Willi t'ao B.-ii'*.i i^  Wator Eoeordei* or wiUutlw Comi.i.ioV^r M  of Watt-r Rights, l\a']i.\n.i*iat llu-Uiu*.s =fjj  Viciorii, "ri C.' ' , - '   "     "  1<:8^UIMALT'& NANAIMO RAILWAY  "   ��������� '    Ap.'Jiciint  1    * IJ,. E. RKaSLRY  ipllO  I  "SoTOT wc;h corner 01 LorSTTttrciinrTTTnTTrj^^^Tjp  tjo ch iins-to the sboru !im:, thence follow  "in-j thi* sh >ro line acinnd the pp'mt* to the  |)|.-ice of bcirinniny.       ;    ,.       ;*       * *'*  y   GEURCIli'v.ERiHER  '   '  0,   '.,. ', Applicant  .Drtt'c Aut'iisl J41 fj,.,i91 ^,.  3XTTSTOTICE  -Js*-  !^  ������������������A  FOR.A LfCEiVCE TO TAKE AMD    \%t  USE WATKR.  Hriywiird I.iirnI'District,  I li.-.tvict, ol" Comox. , , ���������  -'J A ME NOTICE thnt Ercd Thulin,  of L'-ind, 11 C, occup tiion/merchnni, i������-  tcmls to ripply for pannission to imr-  fluse the following tlo-cribcd 1;uk!.'--  Co'ivncncii*;- at ;i post planter! al iho  so.uh-e ist corner o' Timbar   \������<i'H><-  No.    M-ii  NOTICE is hereby fiivca '.but *K oui- \ty  malt & Nauajmo Riiilv.^.y "or V������oL.;iiii, 1 A  R. *C. will npp'y for a liwjac.) to tn'ui ar,d , 'Jg  u?clOO,000/rrfill'ii:-3 ovr2i hour-, of w.-l.-r !i������]  out of Hindoo Oieo!.-, w!",".'ii fjiwi.. ii. ������������������������������������i*;  northerly direotiojj throii;*'- *st!,-\;.): J'i,;-)i|;'i  trie!; and cmiilieH int-> liiiv-.o '-'fuiiil m-si ] U\  'I'unblc River. Tho v/jtir v.-iii i 0 di v-fc. d j p  ill, llOO-npstronm from Riilwuv -,,u-,\ w IJ !i;. j W  V.sod fr;r Gcnouil Railway i_-i-i":*o.-*i.' on  (h';i5jj  urj.iiu-K is\ iroi m:| u.   1 uinar    i���������04br   i\u. 1 ,     ,  ,      ...    , .. .  ,,    ,       * . 1 ���������   I If J  ,,*.     ,        * <>,,-,-        ��������� find dosunbod na wrbvayr.^tit <ri ������v.y,.'r.!.*- &i  3 ,h;,4. thonco  wo.t  y   ch'ims   mence ,|-^ ^ ^A pj) ^ ^^  lho |  M,nth So eh i,r,S, thenc������ eyni ho chains lo ,.,,,, (lfty 0, Ap|,*i|) 191a ,   n;;, ^vylv.ih. n j'^  the-ihoi'ti line, incr.ee',' f.iilowin,; sbo'-j  |ins north S > ch nn 1,  in >re or le**s 10 the  will be tiled in  tho (.fiics of  tli'j  \<'u',or \p������  Rfiooclur, Victoria, B.C.   O! y.;:.in;..; h-hy !i^  place of ba.inv.uiK fonfuuinji., &10 acres   J)pftul  fl{th |hs aaidyV^,,. I'.vofJu' or jfe  more ur leas. ,     * wi'hi!.. Oompti-fiUo;' of W,r**r l.:i,;)i(.i. Ij*  <1K0IUJV:VK1U*JIEI4  ,\;4cnl Kir l"ied Thulin  [);iU: Au.'ii*-*t i.i*.h. 1913  >9 .5...!?.'/   ,  AvtiX':.i'|.\  "������.V*'i '��������� *���������*' - ������������������-'f- ' f-t*  '  ii^ // ,*��������� yi * .'I  QKAI.K!) TJ'J,VI>!Ci:S v.i:i lu*  ���������J ceiveii by tlu* .'-.'iuis  iViirliit'i.oil Buili.ir.i,'*., Vint������,������v.i, B O.  ! il'  K^Ul.VtAL'1.1 & .\',\_KAfM(> li.'U WAV ;|  If. K      KA.Sbl'V     i^  ^._���������  _      ' /i!".rtI||  WATER.  NOTIGB*;!'  'A  A  u  ,3 a. j^,#3k. 1  t  ts  , ��������� "-" ��������� *������������������������������������ ��������� --������������������- ��������� -h" T -"��������� rTiiTir'-r r"i~ri~-n ��������� Tr t.������������������ri-i-iniiTrr*������.TTn*r n���������r*"rrnjrr*t���������rTiiawirTfTnti���������nr~~^T  tir^   '  k  ^  Wt- :i.*v jx*a^ w-SKurvwx-Drw*^^  yt" kcdCr)iX-y  /-'    1'(*W*tr^\'"--V  f  !-'0Il A LfCENV"]-! TO T-'.K'*: A '.'.  USIiWM'Ki;  i ft;  jl  .a  LKITEIUIEADS  J] ILL HEADS '  ENVELOL'K  .PAMPHLETS  CAI'ALOliUKS  M15NUS  I!L(.)TTKKS  DODGERS  POSTJEUS ,  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING CARDS  P.l'SLNKSS CARDS  WJSDDINfJ STATIONERY  HALL PROGRAMMES  ETC., ETC.,  ETC.  *^ty*M*mi*,in<*tMvi*^BM������*mmii,wmmtajv,-*i  ���������NOTKil-l hi b'.-cby  ,.-.wn Ur      Km-i- , ^  .'di 0',  hiti'ii-t'iui   i.'ijv.ii ,   i-l      ml. in, !''i  ���������x  ':, wi'1 i.pi'.!,, f.ir f. '  "O.OiJO tfi.'in  out ol !!'.;��������� i.!r<  !  *w cci\i.'ii uy liii* .-..'ini'iu'i \ * i +  iml l.i'cr ilia 1   1 fi-111  on. (Iih i-1' ti  il.-iy nf Ajii'il, ID 111   fur lht������ j)a,-"!;;������.'c  nf  'LiiTiicii"   No    "X.'il,    it-    cut  U(!.\!iU()  by  -f   .mi,.*,   ri,    ,h0|    , .      ,        .   v.  ^*-!'U'  W-t'i"1""'  ^'^���������"^���������lu-ia-miptic, oi.Cu,-:  I'lVH. Rivi,r.   'L,.i* v.-:. ���������  ut *-!'.W0 ��������� upshi. mi li'tn'i 1'  be iifiuil fur tu ii.'f.U i." ���������������' * ���������  IMifi'-in hlnii'i', Xyii,: id 1  IMi-irivt,;!'  1 Tiv.'-'Vi'.-H*- will br' iilJuv.i'i! ior 1 hi  icijiuvnl 1 f Iiiih t'iiwin* .  ������   I'at'licnInr.-i    oi   (,!bji f   l',ii'������'-! -r  ���������I    I  *" .'!���������'('   II Ml <rt$  un.- 1110,000 Ki.Tni) ji"-; 'Al im ii \ . *" w ������l'i.   $  \th. !���������'���������;.  ,''.!:,'  . .'.*.-,i|L:  . i������,.  i1 ���������    ,n tr. >'  t*Bi*MM,w.mmLm..**w���������,.Hl*..-.Mnm*.w**AJ**wimii.\wvwiAMwmm*mi.'mi0*\mmimw  Jil  ft  M  ^  R  Viciiirin, h. I-  MlU'i 1,    .,'1  NOTICE  Koricr: I*-. m:i,i::.\  nr,:  ruui linni nt  tin' I'i*. m n i .1   A,-... .  ���������  0 tinnrii nm ,-, n.i h ���������. in j i -.i . ,i-  pi   CJi,  Nun I'oii- -- \*'i*.i 11 li, ii) ;.,...    n.i  p.m. .Ji.,, ,1 t.i.  I'.irU-V ili--.\'������i,l    !'.' ' .   :���������' .  n 1 1*m-nl- Mall. !''  AHi.rai���������Aiiii'i   |."'i 1. * ���������  p.m.; April 1'J ! , "��������������� ��������� **i  Cmi in.'iiy -Ap.il i.  pi. nad ii.il.) p in. o( '������������������-l-    ��������� , , \,.iiiau 11  (il Hull.  Minn'in��������� April  'J'nl  nml 'J.'fO p.n|. ������������������/    "di  iVn C'i "in'' ������������������ " ���������  ���������   '���������  oil in*u<'--' "fii-ti1'-..'  li.oum 'b- I'ro-.if..:.*.  f������Vd.i.uinilfiI *" ���������"    - *     '.  \V. II. UA'- ^ A!'.      .I.'-.A.  '<;���������** ���������"������������  '*.*   ���������.!���������������������������   -lif-lj  I'ic lnnd  de.er.I>.*.d . -i '��������� ,.<"���������  ���������;��������� R..*(,'., "< ,o4l  Wny.   Tlii'i   n.-.iii*- w.. ;i >���������   nl   ..it Umitf  li.-oiinil  011 ll.o ih,! d.iy 1 I'   \\t.-l    I'.i'ij    "J  Tlm npplication ������iii ho 1'''1  i" I.. . .''...,��������� i 1'-'.  nf tiio Water I.'.ciuii'i' ..*i  *.':. " " ' ''  (i .i'iCtionH   inny In   dl-.i  ������\'������ii r it u/iiii '��������� ���������>'��������� ��������� .i*  i nf   V.' iti'i'  1'.. 'lit-.  '"���������   .  [ \'li't 'lin. IV''  ' ICKiiUIMALi ���������" 't  id ! fv|  1,.-(  i  !  t  !  :..'.U  1.. 1 . *.  I*,    I-i 11  ';   I  V      I  /    . /      .  I'Vir y.il;*   ,���������  ���������*.ii;*j:m 1  !j<-s:  soi/uj ."j  -������������������������������������' M  ,>r:]  ; -i  !i1  '���������'"lirj  ;:,,r ill  9 N  hi  [t'/:/.J  ������   1*1 f.J  .^rt-'V*-^*^  pm     f? -0Pf������    ff*^ -ffie^K   fftwi^ ffSTJK   W  ������  Vi  ������������WK R    W^lt*****- ^/(r^  IB"4, Wfei.'f V  J*J d     1 n. in,j  .' .    !, Mo.iij,  ���������     .iliM!.'     "II  .'.igril   * m".-]  0, M < irwivi r.irK:.,  JWrtta y.  sixes I \' ;,.   '-.t'-rtt-.i' >   . >'> I'* ���������.-JM!(,J  and   uy.)tu'v)<*   lb"    ti.T   Loui*. ri  1 i-s  Tlit.'ic Iv iii< ji!.sol ii" Iv   -i-    call j.;j  for Mcpivitoi:-: !'������������������  !:-*t vdi.i.t! V'ic-jj5  t'M;, ,, *i; ���������;  ������������������'. 5* -.    .     ������������������;���������   '-Cjiij  ' i-.itnP  .wi.li; ni   J'1    ;i <i       '������������������          ���������   i1, 'i*-t['1  ���������i-il: "i ���������*..!��������� *             -^    ,'J  .v.'K...    r ''-;-'  '.'.'.���������'J. '' * '   !��������� ti  Cumberland,   B. G.  I.W *'M^ 1*.   *������ {/lb*,  w^r^ i^*w* .ljiiii^WHH������������������ rtirHMMPMi r a.^wUMfcn  l^MMwrtHltff..*^  ..���������U'wi.,������uMm.<nMM  ' I  'HIS-      .'!' '. .-���������  '.ii.).'  ."  ���������.,!"  i  *        '<  iil<:;H  .;;s������-xnr;rA':  *rT"*%  ;."���������** ,t;-."..->i.^./V,'.t-.*5 ..*tw*nrfc3(nr^������t-������������v^^  HHaNMHHMlBUlMUll^MMki THE   NEWS,  CUMBERS.  ,"    ,     *-     NOTICE.  "-���������"���������-.' -     .' '  ,���������������������������-Vancouver Land District..  District of Vancouver/  '  TAKE NOTICE that I,  George  Verdier of Campbell lliyor,  oecu-  ,  pation, OruiBer,' intends  to apply  for permission to purcW&e lho fallowing deeoribed lands:���������Common  cing at a p'*Bt 'planted (it ihe N.E.  corner., of Timber  Limit 43146,  Uiencc west 80 chains, thenceNorth  20 chains, ihence east  80 chain?,  to tho shoreline, thence'south 20  chni na more or less, along tho shore  lino to tho' place of beginning.  GEOltGE VERDIER,  Name of Applicant  Date, February 2Gth, 1913  notice"   :    "  Sayward Land Distriot.  DUrict of  Saywnrd.',  TAKE   NOTICE Hut    Justin  Dorr of upper Valdcz Island, occupation farmer, intends to apply for  pormUeion to purchase the following described lands :  Commencing  ���������  at a po^t planted  10 chains east ot  Hyacinth   Lake  and'  10   chains  eouth of N. W. comer of J. D. pre .  "���������emption, thence  10 chains west lo  lake, thence in a south-easterly du  ection, 10 chains along the   shore  of the lake to the 'intersection of J  D. line; thence north 10 chains to  point of, commenco-nent, contain-  ** ing in all live acres more or lei's. -  JUSTIN- DORR,  Name of Applicant in full  Date, March 8t li, 1913  Union Steamship Co; of B J   .Ltd  THE S.' SLCOWIGUAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  JNANAIM9 DENMAN���������lSLAND;.UNiION BAY-COMOX-ROUTE  Leave Vancouver; Monday, at 8 p. m.  ,        Arrive Nanaimo,. at 11.30 p, m.  ��������� .  ���������'    Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 6 a.m.* '���������  Le.iveTuesday noon.  .       Arrive, Comox, Tuesday 8 a. ,���������,'    i^avo Tuesday.ll a. in.  Leave Nanaimo 6 p. in. Tuesday.,   Arrive Vancouver U.80 p iii  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 pirn., .Arrive Nanaimo,    11,36 p. m  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6aim. Depart 5 p.m. * -       P  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.  ,,    Subject tq change without notice.  .111.  v������*rttaar*4ntiv*.-m  LAND REGIS TilY ACT.  In Tin*: matter   of an  application for  ������ fresh Certificate of Title  to Lot'54, [Mi-p 311] Townsiteof  Courtenay. -   *   ,       ���������   ���������  NOTICE ie hereby **iven of my  intention at lho expiration of one  calendar month from the lirst publication hereof to i������sue a fresh Ocr-  -tili.jate'Of-r-iMe~in-He'u-oMlTO'eprTr  ficate of "Title, itsutd to Jo.-'cph  McPliee ont!ic30*h ofMarch 1005,  and numbered. 109900 which lias,  been lost. ..-'���������' '"<.-      * '  ���������Dated at Land Registry Offico  Victoria, B 0��������� this 21st day of  December J 912.  S   Y. WOOTTON.  Registrar General of Titles.  tM^t^TtatmmtaaaaltaatajmVtmMjyt^m^^  The Courtenay Hotel  Evory convenience for guests.  The Oenttal Hot*.*l for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines ami Liquors  'at the [lur.  SHARES If* THE  English 4 x, BURTON always on tap    ..also, the famous MILWAUKEE  RISERS���������Anhouser, Bohouiian, Schltz, &c.''  ...-'OLD GREY 1JICARD"  .SCOTCH .WHISKY.     -   Bos* Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  Tho hoarding and Lodging Department, under tlio laimodiato supenntondeuoo of Mrs  Davia, will bo tourd First class iu every respcot.;, "  ATES,  ��������� ���������       ....               $1 .00 per day upwards.  good  Brewers' Dried Grains  -,         fLj^jtiGr^^ciieapGr���������Witin���������Most���������ocLiry"r cecis���������7^  you   a safe  and, sound*   investment   with"-a  return on your money as well as.an "enhano.  ed 'value  from* now on. "  .   A Company with -NoPromotion Shares.   .;  ACompany .withits    own .fiscal agency.'  A Company   that will look solely to  the wellfare    -   -  of.its shareholders.    Shares are now selling at $i;  for .all ..cash, ' or    on  ..the,  easy   instalment   plan..'-  J Call op send fop a Prospectus today  (i)  @  ouvw Milling,. & Grain Company,-Ltd.  Distributors        ; N !\NAIMO, ,B. C.   '���������  ���������<���������"���������)  <s>  (f)  (?)  The   Mercantile   General   Agency,    Ltd,  Selling Agents for Canadian.,Loan ^Mercantile Co.,;Ltd������"',  Head offices  mum nfl-xasaMaagg  "ccwv ������w w*w.axt vtxmr*t*imaLVTm  wai,mt,9W+i\>t*ii*i*iK2na*imnviYi  307, 208,  209 Union Bank* Building.^Corner View and Gov't., Streets,  Victoria. B; C.'  Phone. 3243 * Geo. Abbott, Manpgiug" Director.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  T3  0  0  i  u  .0  .C  to  <  T3  O  O  CD  CO  I*  i  i   tn  ii ���������-���������-���������  c  *  fi  0  d  a  " c  in  ���������   T~<  t/j  tn  '"We Build Homes and Make Loans."  CONTRACTOR.  Plastering, Brickwork,  Cement Work, etc. etc.  ^^^   rn   **       ,  IF YOU NEKD ANY WORK DONE OF THE  ABOVE DESCRIPTION LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE NEW ENGLAND ��������� HOTEL WHEN  'SAME WILL HE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  First-CI ass Work.  'mvammum  W  V  r 1    W  e  o  tn  w  u,  C3  05  <L>.  3  \~l  CD  ^3  NOTICE.  To whom it may concern<-���������  This is to notify the public  that ali freight ciwges on bonded goods cleared at Union Bay  for the Comox Valley must be  paid before floods can be lorward  ed, By order  Canadian Collieries Dmismuir]  Co.  . WooMb 3?hosp2ioflinof  ���������fl TK* Ortid i&flliiA JlemriJu,  'ij Tone* wid InvljrurjitMUio wliulo  fcTiiiiioiJ������ tyuU'in, jiJ.ilt'W tium-  ���������Uloo-l la oii! Vein*. Vurtt AVrr-  om Ihbillty, AJcmI'U nml lint in tVivny, Ik*.  rttniiifnrff, finrunt WtaknfHS. JCtaUxioiit, hpt-r-  mn\,irrh(M,tinilRffed* o/Miuttiw lixfttttt.  }Mm'i\ ixrrliiif, Hlxfiirf."*. Ono will \i\owu\t,x  vrlll euro. Held hy nil drtifirltlij or malUM in  l>"k*Jn lie.oa r-Axit*������! pt'.iiv A'nv>*���������������������������������IM  mniM fret. 1 h������ Wood MedlelH ������ Oa.  i/en&rliriri������&(i) Toronto Oflt,  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  Snywnrd Land Di.-ariot.  Distriot of'Sayward.  TAKE "NO TICK Mnii;Georao Stuolre, ot  Nov* York, Ni Y., occup-ilion   engineer,  iiitfiaih to apply, fir | ormisiinn to pur.  tlriso   tho  following   ilfiiiciibcil landB:���������  Commencing at a poet planted 20 chnino  nouth of tlio iiorlli-onst oonior of lot DS1,  ilf;ii-*o oiifib  '20 cluir.a, ilienco ninth   .10  filmiun, tl.oi'Co  woBt  20  clnins,   thou'eo  coiitli 40 oVi'iilua (o point of comnioiico-  inunt oontuiuing SO ncros nir.ro or Iuhh.  GEOUHK 8TDCKK  Fiblier W/Oimkiiifl, Anont,  Dato Juno 19lli, '11)12.  H.iyward Lmd DUt iot.  Distiioii of Ri-fWuid,  TAKIiNOl'luK ihu fiooiBo Cliarkii  Stoii". of Now y'liik. N*. V., ocrupntioii  olerlt. intends to apply for |iormloflioi lo  linroliiiiiii Uio foi owii (.f ilo*-iuUiU(l liiiulm���������  CtiinuiciKiiiij; at ;������ p.i.st yliLtt'id '10 chuiiiH  uo.l and 20 oliuitm u Till i f ilio uoitli uu-.t  oo/ihr of lot{!3>(, thenco etiHt 10 cluinn,  iii:r.iio bcuiIi lit) t'liHinii thenco wn.t -10  ohm.- (i, t ij i> n nli "20 chain* to point or  (i(iititnonc<*numl oiin'uiiiin|{ HOaciCii inoru  or Ium.  GKOUflBCirAKLKHHTONG  Vinhi-r M. Ouh'iIiib, Afjoul,  Dntc Junii lli.li, lill'.'.  ., Sayv.ardjjftiul District.  Disjtriet of Snywurd.  TAKK.;NOTICB:V that   llmry   Alfred  lie n, ot Now York, Now York, occupation tlootiioiftii, iiitci.ds lo apply fir pennis  aion to purmiw ion to purohnee tlio following dcHoriijod liind-i���������t'onimonoin^ nt a  post planted n������ tha'lJBouth oast corner of  Ilio noilh wob'i qnnrtor of l< t 58:*,  Ihence  4C* chiiintj cast, tlienco  40 chmn������ noith,  thonco 40 oliniiiB^wfi-t, thciioe 4.0 chuitiN  touth to pi int .if Ciun-voncement ooutoiii-  iufej 100 atrca iiiOie-'-r 1 ii3,  11 hn uv Ali*iw> IIkss  l'-'piier M. C -..''kin*-, A^out.  Dated Juno 24 th, 1012.  S'iy������-������nl Laud Di-itrlot,  Dintriot of S.iy\vai-d,  TAKE HOT10K thai CIim-Ioa Pi-uny of  V'uui-ouvar, IJ. C.| occU[iutiim uontrnotor,  in(t uclf to apply f--r porini'filnn to pur-  o'i'iho tlnr.fullortin'? j? dcHnribod laiifl'.-.'-���������  (.VmiRionciii-fjit  ii  pout  plnntwl  nt   Hi"  Soutli <*nHt ourni-r of lot o7S, thu >oj mm  <" ohn'.n     "    triict 40 <  piiiut   O!  in.*roii mom  or lu'H.  Ch.ivi.K'I I'kmw  KirJit M. I'.uik'i.ii, Afout.  H.tccl Juno lOdi. 11)12.  it.    UM ,.!  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  C. H TA.RBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Saywir.l I.u.d District,  Diitiot of ba>WHiil,  TAKK NOTICE thnt William John  Sullivm, Now Yoik, N. Y., ociciijintion  clt-rk, intonda to npply (or pormi-sion ti  purcliu"u tlm folloA inpf tiio followiiij; den.  orilvd h!iihi:-"('oiiiiiM}iii������ii'({ at n pout  pl'intod 10 chains Hniitli funti thn touth-  'i.->.L cotnur ������t lot fi"0 (on pn*". f>l 1} thonec  n-'itli KO cliniiifl, thuicn tiiu'. 80 r'udun,  the cu fljuth KU vlitni', tbouoo wet 80  cliniiu-, lo point of co-jirneiicom-jul oon-  tui.iing (J 10 I'U'i'u inoro or law.  W1J.UAM JOHN SULLIVAN  Fir-hor .Nf, I'aakiiiH, Ayeat.  D:������to Juno 21. t, ItJI'J,  '������������������������������������������  Itn���������.-*-*   4M������������������m ���������������nM*MM'<NMMMMIMWI'IWHi������MM������M'  Hayw.i.r.1 l/iiid D.flliiut.  DlHtilotof S.ywa'd.  TAKE NOTICE that Williim AiiKHimt  UlKOtiotl, if Now York, N. Y., ocouini-  tiou tier If, iiitciiilu lo apply for pannim-iuii  to puruhiuo tbo following dsncrlhod  liiiid:*���������CoininoiK'iiig nt n post planted  :if) cliitinn onl and 40 chuinH north of Ilia  north-��������������� out corner of lot fiM, tliuiiuo wmt  CiliW:  I  lot Wl, tU'lico cwat 50 uluiim in.iio or U,������,  [n Uv,i Hi, llu'i-cu nr.rlii 40 cIu.Ibi! u>  I ninl of u.imiiiunuuuiuiit conUiiJux U00  urrcn nmru or lou.  WILLIAM AUU.IUST UliCJiOi-J*'  l*isl^r.M.O������ikinii( Ane.'.t,  Date JmiR 2f)Ui, 'All'i,  ���������   .Siiywird Laud District.  .., Diitrici nf S.tyward.  TAKE NOTICE tii-t Jnlm Ar hur Daly,  ut New Yoik, Now York, XMii'inti-ui uloi'k  inteijd.i to upjily  for pt>rmimion to yur  ohiU'O tlio   followinj-  Ucuoiibod limdcr-  Coniiiieor-ing nt   ,i   po t phnti-tt   ut ih*  Booth-oai-t   corimr ot Lfmao 40.   (hei'co  fiouth SO oliiiin-*,   thonco wtbt 80 ch,niiiD,  thencpuoilh   SOclniiim,   thrnca  eutt 80  obaiun to poit t of coimnoDCcimut coa^ia  iug 040 ucies moro or lm-a,  JOHN ARTHUR DALY  Fiplier II. Gn.ikin-', Ajjent  Ditto Juno 24lh, 1012.  '.' .        '. i'oA"   >'    i'     1    I <-JCIi.������ iii'liUil* Of lV4t,    to JotilUl. Il.0li0  ���������'iniim, tiinici nor h K'i n'minn to I ,,    ,   . ,      , ;  f coiiiiiii'iicMiiitMii cuit-ini.K ;t*0   i*'-:'">������>'">-<>  ��������������������� * tu������li*i.iitAs.iy  ���������  A������-������ '���������" KITCHEN   .VTUWAIS  Sporismens Goods  5  ben era) Hard ware  Say ward Lind DiHtiiot.  Dlitriot of liny ward.  TAKKNO-CfCK tl.������l Ci������rUg  tf.'i.iy  H"������t,   (t  Now Vork,   N. Y���������   (ccupitinn  mio'iiimi, i'ii oili to apply tor pi.-riiiU*-if-i-  Saywurd Lnnt Diotrtof.  Uitttrict ol Siyward.  TAKR NOTIOE tha VVulUv Hedttl  lUnt, of Now York. No* Yoik  ocitup!*(ion Inhorcr, i.Hund-i to npply  lor p*riiiihninii to purohfue thu fuluvwuff  d.-firilnd li'.'iih:--Ooitin)mii.i <t nt ,i.jo.t  pliuitod lUO tliiiiin W0"t it..d 10 uhiiu������  north of tho tinutli.i>/iflt; cornfr i.f Lfn������4  4(i, tliinuc houili Sdch. Inn, tliotdii t.-Aist -������0  nliiiiim, tl-.ciico ii'iith SO th.-iiii**, ihin,oa  wuiiNl* eli'iinn to point of ooihiipmiC nioiit  o'litJinin;- .'120 iiuiiii inoio or ||)������,  WALTRIl HKDlil.1. BKST  Fii'bor M, fiiihkiii', Ajjuiit.  DitoJiiDj'Jllli, 1012.  NOTICK  ���������Any person nr pm-jiv... 'Mutiny,  rouit'viiig or faking nny Mockt-,  timbur ur wood, of any d<-Horij*tin*li]  )ulougii>K ty t'1" Wellington Col-  ilory Co'y., or from or off tlio Und  of tlio -said Oompimv, or unvotifl  tipping rubbish of any description  nny whoro  up'������t������   tJie fomj������auy'-*i  Ian.I will lm proi������ocut������d lu tlio full  ,.,.... i   * ii   -i,...  W. J,. COUUBON,  GiMU'iul Mnnngor,  *  ��������� " Co ltiery Co,y.  and  HOTXIJX.  Ttv-IIiig on Infinitive.. nnt\   rttlj  j t'. p'Hcliws th. fti'1-twV.ji dmorilo.l Lml-i: j '*ft--V carH   ������*   tl10    l-nioit    ''.olliftry  C'iuu.ti.fi ������ nt-t phi pi;uitid ������i  w,i jCoinpnny by :my  j-t������-������ti   ..f  j������r������  I norl h-o.i -t. ������rn :r of. l*it  fi">������, t���������*uCi t ti.-'.h    .' IHS- CX������'}".t tail) CM'A - - W tCiicfif  }*������. lm" w. ll'i������.w������.t 'JI ifcHina. IIht ������'j,r>! !< !������M|.      Kllipji V'..'    TC   "llie  id  '20 <h������in.. f,������| ���������     .   ,/,_,,   ���������      ,  .  H.  l.il.Wlnlrtlll    \t\      liM"**;||J������     J>nll|>  Hy onb-r  '������������������Uitiii'i;   4i-  IfcOulh '.'(l c! /������ri"*, i|i>-ii  . |.l, l|'.   nf   i.UU.UI'1, \ i, ,-.   <><>  *<ir "t iiii   i or li'-i,  i i HAitLISUhNUY lir.s'r  FiOutrM.Oukiw, Ag.nt.  D tsJui-a^i), I'Jl'l  W.  L.   llOUl.Sr.ON.  General Manner. THE NEWS. CUMKERLATO, M. C  You will "tlnd relief in 2am-8uk I  It eases tlm burning, stinging  pain, stops bleeding and brings  easo. Perseverance, with Zam-  Buk, means cure; Whynot prove  ���������Djig J^All Drucglilt and 'fifo***���������  mmWM^M  "ron. A*.t* swyicre aps^y  GOPHER RIFLES  for  go-  Ono of those will soon pay  itself on the farm in killing  pliers  alone. "  Savage   M   1011  llepeator,   20  shot, r.2 calibre .-  7.53  Winchester modol,  1902,    22,  single shot ..-��������� 5-00  Stevens Littlo Scout, 22   2.85  Write for Summer Catalogue No.  52T.  THE  H*'IGSTON   SMITH    ARMS  '    Co., Ud,  483 Main Street Winnipeg  CANCER  Book Frea,     A mispU  Home  .treatment removed  lump from this lady'������ bread  Old sores, ulccrn  and  irowliia cured.    Describe  tvar trouble j we will send book and testimonials,  THE CANADA' CANCER  INSTITUTE, tlMino  IO CHURCHILL AVE.. TORONTO  $itit:������������������5-W - ���������-���������Vi.-''Wn?!2-;'''i.*.^;?-.*���������}.'���������"-���������>>rt.  ifiiililli!  ilT>7'yt*>*^7y^*  m &Bar NEs's.i!^ci**i*;70F^;������ADEitES.*^ ���������  || l5"-FL:Y'    Ntif.S\TRAVELING JBAJCSJA,  '*"*":$ -MiUTApy* 6oi������,ii^ENjs,ET:cS*y  .:^r^������jS"������iS^2i;  L'-'y HAHi^r^O-N%'\ J j  THE   WORLD'G   B������ST   POLISH  REST AND HFALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mks.Wiu8i.oWs Soothino Syrup lias been  ie His best remedy for UIAttRliavV. It ib ab-  Boliitcly harmless, lie sure aud ask for "Mrs.  ���������Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and tulte no olbel  fcintl.   X'.vcnty-fivcccutii bottle.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTED���������To do work at  Some; decorating cushion tops; can  :?nake from"$3 to $5 per tlay; pleasant  ���������work. Armour Art Co., Dopt. N, 13  Steele Bile. Winnipeg.  '  ���������       Maypole Soap  CLEANS  AND    DYES  Gives rich glowing  colon, fadeless in tun  or audi. Dyei cotton,  ,ii!k, wool or mixture*.  Uie il yo.'.HBell st  home. Ko bauble--���������  no RiuK. 24 colon-  will give any ilisde.  Colors I Ocl-lnck 15c,  al your dc.-ilfr'������ ot  poMpnul with booklet  "Mow lo Dye" doin  F, L.  106  ll������_&J^Jon.lrM.I J  Considerate Bishop  London.���������After llm Bishop ol Gran-  tliam luul concluded p. confirmation  bcm'vIco at. Dcoplug St. JninoH', near  Peterborough, 11 candidate arrived who  had cycled so vera I hiI1i*h and huen do-  J'.ye.I by tho bolfitoroiis wont hoi*. Tho  bishop donned his rnboH again unci  <.onflriiiocl tlio Ind, whom lie afterward  congratulated on his dotorinlnntlon  and pluck. .  MuBculai'  Whoa one It  rhtiumiitlf-iu  to linvi- the  Rheumatism  S  1 11 miffe-i' from nuiHoiilar  lm ciinno! do boiler tliun  rcKluii I'lil-lH'd wiih Dr  TlinmiiH' McU'cli'lf. Oil. Thoro in no  oil that p.o Hpi'i'dtly shown Its i.ffiH-1  lu Mibilulng p/iln, Let tho rubbing ho  brisk and fonllnuo nsit.1 cane Ih ho-  ctifcil. There In morn vlrtuy In a hot-  tic of It than "*ini bo fully cstliimtinl,  llrlUol.���������NcIIIl- Young ot LucU\v������ll  Council School, Urlstol, jvci'lvcd from  the llrlHlo! i ,1'iitlon emit milt op a  ispoclal hIIvci* kIH medal for uiat' years'  attoiula ten ni iichool without being  nbmi t or Into once.  II, Ih .". rtliiiidoi* tliul wiinicii uro hard  to jili'UHi1, aa wlliii'H.i tlm iiitiriiuiioM wo  not* Hindu ovcry day.  .=<SiS*SBSt^  GERMEN'S PRINCELY FORTUNES  Berlin, Germany.���������On tho- very  day .that tha German princes* replic.I  with a blank returnl to the.kaiser's appeal to them to contribute to the  German war fund by paying "income  taxes, just as all other German.-: do,  the yearly Almanac of German Fortunes, by Hen* Rudolf .Martin, was  published in Berlin. This Alinanr.c  is all the moro interesting as it shows  exactly what the German' rulers actually own, and thoso disclosures of  j I'lncely fortunes ..cat. ,'.n unfavo. .iblc  light on the princes' economical patriotism.  The richest German prince is the  kaiser, whosj Qstate' is valued at  $35,000,000, and vhoso income is about  $5,000,000.,, But f.'.. Kaiser is by 110  means tho -richest, person in the empire, or oven In "."���������������������������..ssla. , lie ranks  (ii'th In tho list of Germany's money  magnates, as will bo seen.  Frau Bertha Krupp vou. Dohle'i and  llalbach,   $70,000,000.  Prince Henckel /von Donnersmarck,  $60,000,000.  Baron von GoUlschmldl-Rothschild,  $-10,000,000.  Duke von Ujest, $88,500,000.  The Kaiser, $35,000,000.  The kaiser, like all other members  of tho royal Prussian house,'pays uo  income tax,' so that the exact amount  of his fortune Is unknown and tho officials of tin. finance ministry havo no  right to>inquire, but the si-cater portion of his wealth consists in land, and  can therefore bo approximately valued.  In Prussia alone the kaiser owns some  forty castles,'valued at about $250,000  each; lands and woods, valued about  $18,500,000, aiyd houses In Berlin, val-  uel��������� about $4,''00,0C0. The grand total of all this amounts to more than  $30,000,080, but. werp the kaiser to  linuldate bis estate it is sure that a,  much higher figure, would easily be  obtained, As to his wealth in cash  and -.locks, lilile is l-no./n.  The origin' of the 1-Iohonzollern fortune, is historically known to be savings of King ��������� Frederick "William 111,  tbe present kaiser's great-grandfather.-  These savings amounted to $5,000,000  a century ago, and were bequeathed  by the king to bis successor, * King-  William of Prussia (who became later  Emperor William I), as crown treasure and under, the specific condition  that half that sum should never be employed unless the ountry wero in a  desperate position..     -., '     ���������  Nobody knows exactly what has be- j  come of this treasury but it is taken  for granted tliat it. still exists and that  it must have doubled In value since  the time i\ was constituted. Should  tho Germau Emperor be * !* opinion  that Germany is now going through  the bard times predicted by his great-  grandfather^lie will surely place the  treasury at the disposal of the war  secretary as his majesty's personal  "contflblition to-tire*^'aT~fiml-���������Birf*  whether this stei ir; actually necessitated by thc-nnwillingnessof the German people to ir/ for their ovyn defense without any imperial intervention remains to be seen.  The German crown prince, is comparatively the l-orcil. heir-apparent  in Europe. His yearly income does  not exceed $250,000. His wife,  Princess C'ecilie, was supposed to inherit a great fortune from her grandfather, the Grand Duke Michael of  Russia, but that expectation has been  disappoint' ". Almost tbe w^ole of  the crown prince's fortune is included  in his'-estate at Ools, a magnificent  seal, in Silesia, ;. hlcli wns bequeathed,  in 188S to,the kaiser by Duke William  of Brunswick, and later given by the  kaiser' to his oldest,sen.  Tho luiser's other immediate relatives, tho Princes Frederick Henry,  Frederick Leopold ami Honey, also  possess haiulKomo iov'..mes, mostly in  lands; but. lho kaiser's sons, tho  Princes Kitcl and William August,  drew tho greater part U their Incomes  from their father's private purse, P.otli  hnve married very rich heiresses, As  lo tho kaiser's daughter, Princess Victoria Louise, her coming marriage  with the prince of Cumberland will  mako ber one o������ tho wealthiest princesses lu Germany.  In Saxony t.jie rlc'icst-man I.i Kin*;  Frederick; his private estn.te is valued at more than $5,000,000. His  fortune mainly consists of nn estate In  Silesia (Inherited, just ns that of tho  German crown princo, from tho late  dulce of MrunHwlek), find for which lho  Saxon ruler pays $50,000 Income tax.  Tin* members of tho royal family of  Saxony are the only German princes  who do not ���������-njoy t' o prlvllegofl of not  paying tnxou, hence tholr blttor opposition lo the i-.tgyosleil prlncm*' contrl-  I ���������..lion lo a war lax.  The royal I'auilly of Havarln aro tho  poorest of all -.-���������mim ruling famillos;  they si 111 Kiil'IVr from llie pm-llgalitlcs  of thu* late King Ludwig, Wiignm-'B  friend, who squandered Iminense  wf-jiltli ovor castle building and died  a luuiillc,  The story goes In Munich that the  present Haviiriau rtiler, Prluco Kogoul.  Ludwlu, only refused I" becomo king  of llaviiiiii, an wir< proposed on bin  accession, liocntiHo Ills obligations as  king would have boon far grentm* than  those he has a.-- prince regent, and  would surely havo been too bunion-  Homo for bis modest jntrso. Tho only  German prluco who approved of tho  principle of a princely contribution to  (military expenses was tbo prliion rn-  goal of I'lavnrla, Ih" poorost ruler ln  Germany, nnd probably In Kuropo.  lill-   l.iiirt    "i    Hu.|..l.illi!(,i   "I    '!..!'  ]T'':i!\'.*e of Queen Mnry, ownn some'  $���������2,500,000, whllo tho grand dulto of  Hnxe-Welmnr In rop'itoil t.> pohhohh  $1i1,O00,0i'O, tlu- grand fluke of Hesse  $l,2.'0,00*i, nnd tlm duke ot Coburg-  (lotlili $1,5011,000,  TICKLE  YOUR LAND  WITH A  COCKS  and it will  :' smile'av.;:;';  bumper crop  It's cheaper to raise colts than to  buy /torses. But it's cosily if you lose  tlio colts'. Keep a bottle of Kendall's  Spavin Cure handy. For Ihlrty-fiva  years has proved It tlio safe, rcli,ablo  remedy for spavin", splint, curb; ringbone, bony growths and lameness  from other causes.  KING, KAISER, AND CZAR  the  Fort IVUllum Out,  Dm. mih.ion.  "I liars cun-.l or.������  Kpn-ilii wllh roiir  Efviviu C������ro, ami ir.i  now ti-j-lnjt It on mi.  oilier wldi (rooit rn-  iu!ui. I ������|.\ hlflilr  pltawd villi ;our  Diedlclu*."  0     Y. WISTBRS,  tt n tiotlie���������0 for {j.  JLi)c driipelst for fivs  copy of "A Tro������;|,o  oa tU������ llorao" or  ���������rriU  Meeting of Three   Monarchs   at  Danish Court Arranged  ��������� Berlin.���������lt is confirmed hero that  during the coming summer three of tho  j-ightiest rulers' iu iSurope ��������� King  George V, the Kaiser and tho Czar-  will meet at the Danish,court.  Tho royal gathering will be of extraordinary interest and' importance,  a:, it is not morely duo to a wish to  renew family tlus. It will have considerable political importance,  K is understood that each ruler will  be accompanied by a leading 'responsible 'statesman.  Although the meeting v.*lll not affect  the existing European system of alliances and ententes, it Is expected that  the conversations that will take place  will have an important bearing on tho  new near eastern military, situation  and on tlie development of commercial  relatlonshii.  Dr. B. J. Kendall Company     73  Enoibura Fullo. Vc.     ��������� ��������� U. S. A'  ihey are invaluable, and still Lave no  market value.  Another instance, Prince Frederick  Henry of Prussia owns a parkju the  center of Berlin, in the very aristocratic Koeniggraet'/or strasse; this  property is worth about ?-f,000,000, but  does not yield one pfennig, and costs  a fortune ih upkeep. Will the prince  allow this expci"..:ive property to be  taxed?    lt would mean ruin to him. .  The most favored of German princes  under the present' diflicult circumstances are those, like Prjnce Ftierst-  enberg and the princ.; of Lippo, who  own many million pounds, iii land, not  in Prussia or even in Germany,, but iii  Austria. Both these princes are.  anion;; the richest men in Europe, but  they escape any possible or future  German war tax on property. Their  wealth is not within the reach of German tax collocj,prfi. Those of the  rich German princes who are not so  favored, think of selling considerable  portions of their property in case .the  war tax threatens them. They are  alwayy ready to help Germany with  words, sometimes even with deeds.  Not with* money.  TAX TROUBLES  KAISER  War Planes for Itaiy  "Rome.���������The Italian! Tiv.ns-Aerlal  Society, which is building- part of the  aeroplanes for the army, whicli are  being paid for ot.':. of Ihe sum of $600,-  000 subscribed for the purpose during  the'Tripoli war, has already delivered  seven aeroplanes'. The society- is  pledged to delhcr seven monoplanes  and sixteen biplanes by'April.  Berlin.���������The Deutsche Tageszelt-  ling understands that the naval authorities havo decided to build ten aviation stations, four of them 011 the Baltic and six on the North sea.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  as morenry ivlll s:irely destroy llie senso of kibo!  r.nd completely ileransi; thu whole pydtc-m wlier  cnterinif it through tiio mucoiin surfaces. Slid)  urtlf.'n EhouM never hn unci! "except on prescriptions rrom rt:i>\itahle physieliins, ub the ^ftHmRe" they  will ilo Is ton folrt to thu sood you cnn-jiosslbly derive from them.., Hall's Catarrh Cure, mnnufacturcd  by F. J. Cheney "& Co.. Toledo. 0��������� cimtnlns no mer-  niry, nnd In taken Internally!' netlnR directly upon  the blond mid iiiiicoim mettuxs of the Q-stein. Io  buying Hull's Cutiirrh I'uro "ho sure you got tin  gcnulnr. it Is tslsen Intor-nally nnd made In Toleda  Ohio, hy I-*. ,1. Cheney & Co,  TcillmoBtiUs Irw.  Bold bv Driiw;;:'.e,   l'ricr. 75n. por botthi.  Take Hull's Family Pills for ooiuiiiiatlon. J "  PATIENTS  WANT   RADIUM  COc, .-> bo>{ or six L/cs for $2.5U,  -it all dealers, or The Dodda Medi-  olno Company, Limited, Toronto,  C-in,id,i.  ^iw-mi +*m ��������� ���������nw������  VI   N.  U,  0*16  1 am indebted for nil this Information,  bfllovt'H iliftt  tlu- grand total of tlin  wi'iilth fit C'oniiniiy'n rulers nml their  fiimllioH icaclmd tho flgurn of $ino,000,-  inii) and should tha proposed tux on  wt'iilth  bo  extoniloil  to  prliipos,  tho  Onii'ilf ovcbpf|unr would  rrnp Homo  j^Lf'OO.ooii ii year on lliff.' fortunes.  I    lint  tho  collection of thoso tnxt'H  ! wi-ittld  bo  Kiibjpct to grout, ami also  (delicate dillleultlfB      For   liistanci',  i\\'\ us tftV.i' the case of tho king of  |Sa\ony.      H1h pnlnce In DrcHdon bo-  lonmi in ..��������������� utate, but nil tlm art treaa-  wrt-T- \i ���������crminlnK nro tho UIhr's proper-  tv, nml 1' Is nxtri'iimly doubtful wheth-  <i- !i!h  majiMty  would  allow  his  un  treasures to bo taxed as wealth, aa  London Hospitals Appeal to Nation for  Money to Set.irs Suppl*-  London, England.���������A week r-;o it  was announced that 500 milligrammes  of radium wero lying in a safe at the  British Radium Corporation offices,  while five London hospitals wero making pitiful appeals for more adequate  supplies. ' To quote Doctor Lazarus-  Barlow, of the Middlesex Hospital,  cancer laboratories, the huge majority  of our unfortunate patients have to die  simply because wo havo not the radium which would at least relieve their  pain, and might, iii all probability effect a cure In a good proportion of the  cases.  Tho BOO milligramme!" will, soon bc  800 milligrammes, tho corporation expecting an additional 300, nnd thero  Is a grave danger that the,.whole quantity may bo sold to Jnpan and scores  of mon and women Buffering from tho  horrors of cancer will be loft to die In  London,  Thero 1; only a vory limlled cjiinn-  tlty of radium In the whole world, but  happily It emu be used again and again,  As Doctor Lazarus-Uni'lo''-' stated,  moro than a ihousaml years pass before Its powers fall R0 por cent.    .  It Is therefore evident Unit If those  800 milligrammes nro purchased for  Uio London lioRpttais, (ho boneficlont  work will go on for mnny yenrs and  nvpu many generations to como, and  llm philanthropist wl.o soeured tho  nullum would bo earning for hlmsolf  the graterul IiIobhIiujh nf tiioumuulH of  his Ichh fortunate lirelhrt i.  If Is nstimntoil thnt. $04,000 Is it-  fli'lrod to 1 ty the wholo supply, When*  H Is rommnbt'i'fti! how much anguish  can be relieved nnd how much despair  can bo changed lo hope, this lu Bttroly  a Binnll enough num.  Al tho JMiililloHox Hospital, Uio London Hospital, thu Caneer Hospital, the  Molropolltan Hospital and St., John's  Hospital for TIhmibpb of the Skin physicians are forced lo stand Idly by ami  wiilch (ho ravages or disonso which at  least thoy could slay if this radium  wero 1 niton from tho ofllco safo and  dmilott among liioiu.  The hrv-p'lM1. cnwtrit buy H Urnm-  selves. Thoy have not the monoy,  Who wlll help? Tito noeoHHlty Is urg-  mil. Tliero hiiibI. bo many rich men  und womon whose Bpnpnthlos will bo  touched and whose chock books will  bo opi-nul.  REPLENISH  Y0DR BLOOD  IN THE SPRING  Just liow.you are feeling "out of  sorts"���������not your usual self, Quite exhausted at timer, and cannot devote  real energy to your work. Sleep  does not rest you and you wake up  feeling "all tired out." Perhaps rheumatism is flying through your muscles  and joints, or may ..be your skin is  disfigured by rashes, boils or pimples.  Headaches", twinges of neuralgia, fits  of nervousness, irritability of temper  and a disordered stomach often increase your discomfort in the spring.-  Tiie cause���������winter has, left its mark  on you. These troubles are signs  ���������thai._vQ-ur_blo^d_is_popr and watery,  that your nerves arc exhausted. You  must renew and enrich your blood at  once and restore tone to your-tirod  nerves, or there may be a complete  breakdown'. , The .most powerful remedy for these spring ailments in men,  women and children is Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for Palo People, because  those'Pills cleanse had blood and  strengthen weak nerves.  New, rich, red blood���������your greatest  need in spring���������is plentifully created  by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and with  this now, pure blood ' in your veins  you quickly regain health and increase  your strength. Then your skin becomes clear, your'eyes bright, your  nerves strong, and you feel better, cat  better, sleep bettor, and aro able to  do your work,  Begin your spring tonic treatment  to-dav for the blood and nerves with  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills���������ihe Pills  that strengthen  These Pills aro trold by most dealers but do uot bo persuaded io take  "something .lust the same." Tf you  can't'get. the genuine Pills from your  dealer Uicv will be sent you by mall,  post paid,' at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.B0 by Avriling. The Dr.  Williams' .MeiUc'Ino Co., Bvockvillo,  ���������Ont.  If if wore not for.the telephone many  n woman would have to go to tho missionary meeting to find out how "Mrs:  Blank's sick baby Is.   A woman may not bo afraid of a  mouse and still not be ablo to bear all  lho burdens tho opposite sox Insist  upon relieving ber wonkmlnded sister^  from.  Prussian Municipalities Fine! Difficult  ty in Placing Loans for War  .Fund  Berlin, Germany .���������The semi-official  Cologne Gazette st?.';s that, amid the  conflicting assertion;; and emotions of  the hour, only one thing can bo affirmed with certainty���������that the imperial chancellor, Horr von Bethmann*  Hollweg, finds hlmsolf both from the  financial and political standpoints in  an extremely unenviable position,  with regard to tho $250,000,000 army  Increase. -^      '     '���������  It is now known ihat w|d$ differences of opinion exist among the members of tho federal council of the empire as to ways and moans for financing tho recurring cost of the army  iTicreaso. which will' be $50,000,000 a  year.  Tho federal states of central .Germany are loading the opposition to  the proposals in Prussia. A military  news agency, -which has been well informed on all the developments of the  army Increase and tho war tax, asserts  that the king of Saxony has organized  his non-Prussian* fellow .sovereigns  against the .north German tax projects. The-same agency claims- to  know that lho taxes on property .will  partly take the form of fresh stamp  taxes. Articles of luxury will be  specially, affectedj and. stock exchange  transactions assessed in o: i way or  another. "'  The bankshave now to find $50,000,-  000 for tho undersubscribed half of.the  new    Prussian-  loan.    The    German  municipalities, which are also borrowing heavily;'aro finding the greatest  difficulty in placing lo;*.ns.     T*-e Berliner Neueste    Nachrichten' says    it  would bo "timely to make a fervent appeal even to the women of Germany  to keep their money at home, and not  to yield "to the tempting offers of Paris  dressmakers and milliners,-who-carry  on an active campaign   for   German  trade at this season of the year. The!  newspapers   are   overwhelmed   -with I  letters,  from   the   public   protesting!  against the hardships which will be {  imposed on them by the war taxes.  Why suffer from corns when they  can.be painlessly rooted out by using  Holloway's Corn Cure.   ��������� '   '    -.  o?ru>  3D-  tju. - J%% Mm/if  7WU.  wmM  Ii'i tho CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, .nil I1EST HOME  OYll, on* C4ii buy���������Why.you don't ������v������n h������Y������ to  knowwlitt KIND of Cloth -yourCoodi m������ raadtt  of..-So MUtikci or* Impomlbla.  Send for Ft������������ Color Card, Story BooWat. and  BooMot giving roaulta of Dytlnv ovtr othor colon,  Tta JOHNSON-HICHAROSON CO., Llmlrtd,  Montneal, CooaJa.,  Long Wearing  GLOVES  If you are looking for a pair of  gloves that are as tough as a Mexican  Snake whip and that wlll give you"  full satisfaction or ������ new pair-freo  ask your dealer for  e.e.K.PinfoShellGloves  These are the best wearing gloves  ever turned out from' a factory. Send,  for  interesting  story "Tho PintoV  Sljell".  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Caiuda'a Expert Glove and Milt AlnIters,  MONTREAL.  Suspended Animation  I was walking down a street once,  said the hypnotist, when I saw a man  just in' front with whom I wished to  -speak-r���������So-I���������just���������straightened���������out.,  my arm, concentrated my will, made  a pass���������thus���������and tho man stopped iu-  'stanlly,. and waited till I overtook  him>      ,  Well,- you don't call that much of  a* trick, do youV said one of his listeners. '";."'_  Personally I call it a vory fair 'demonstration, affirmed -the hypnotist.  But perhaps you are not' familiar with  the scienc-V ���������    ���������  No', I can't say I am, replied tin  other, who happened to be an American, though one day while T was walking in Now York. I sa>* a man slip,  and, fall  from tho top of a sixteen j  storoy  building.    When he  had' got  about half way down, I made a pass  just as you did, and ho'stopped falling j  instantly.    Howovor, being   busy   at I  tho timo I went on without thinking  any moro about, it; which romln;. mo  ���������next time you're iu New York, you  might look out for lilm and  rescuo.  him! '  it Pays  fo Clip  Hortoa, Mulea and Cow*. Thoy arc  hoaltutor and render bettor ecr-rlco.  Whon tlio heavy cost that holds tlia  wot sweat and dirt la removed, tho/  aromoronaally keptcloan, look bettor  ���������get moro good from their fond ami  aro bettor ln erory way.   Insist oa  ""'The Stewart  Ball Bearing  Clipping Kachinr^������������������  * It turns easier, clips faster and closer  and ntaya sharp loucor than any  other. Gears are all.fllo hard and  cut from Dolld steel bar.     PRICE          $q7s  Illttlofrlotlon.llttlowear.      W������������  'Hrs e| x feot of now stylo ouy runnlnc  flexible   abaft  and   the   celebrated  Stewart slnitlo tonnlon ollpplns bead, .  lilulieat grade.   Sat aaa from yaur dnltij -  ovory nmchlno Busranteed to pleofo,  CHICAGO FLEXIBLE SHAFT CO.   '  613 La Salle Avenue      CHICAGO, lu..  Wrlto for coraploto now oa'*los������e oliowlnt worm's,  larifiMt and moat modern lino of horeo clipping* and  Bhoop alicnrlnii machines, mailed freo on request.  Swimming In Be.r  Cork.���������A groat vat of porter burst  at. tlio Ladyswoll Ilrowery Cork, on  Thursday and the contents swept in a  flood through the brewery yard. A  workman hnd to swim through tho escaping liquid to savo himself from  drowning.  Men are not, vain. Still, If you  want to mako a hit don't Intimate that  any particular man is developing a  bnid spot.  Their Fate  Doi.'l toll nio there In nothing In a  What makcfi you way that ?  Wo had two mon horo, one named  Cannon atid ilui othor "null. WoJl,  (.'annon wiih llvod and Hull' was  bounced,    Tito iactful poraon Ih ono who ro������  allzps thnt truth i. too precious to  bo thrown about 'cnrelosHly.  There Ih ono thing about tho south  Hen lslander���������ho tloonn't Imvo to worry  about tlio prlco of ronl,  ���������t  Some People Would  I imvo nothing to worry about.  Think not, do you?  You are not ontorprlBlng,  No, or you'd worry anotit tliat,  A Warm Friend  1 am very fond ol my f:.'vml:i  Vf'H?  Why do you say It thnt way?  I notice   you   prefer   tliem   either  toasted or grilled.  Leopard Shooting  11 a Garden  Paris,���������M. Louis Coquorll, who  lives at Corboll, was taking a strojl In  lils garden last evening, when ho saw  'wo yellow shining eyes glaring nt  lilm from a bush, Ilo fofchod an old  gun from his dining room and,, fired  two shots art tho oyos. To his amazement a leopard, whicli had escaped  from a monagorle, fell dead-.  When buying your Piano insist on having an  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  Save Your Health  Most sicknessos that impair health  liavo their start in quite ordinary  ailments of Uio organs of digestion or elimination. Stomach,  liver, kidneys, and bowels are ���������  quickly bonelitod by tho action of  BEECMM'S  J& ILLS  Sold evorrwhern.   In boxoi. Ztf atntt*  I connldor MINAIID'B LINIMENT  ...-) DEBT Unlmont In mm.  T got my foot badly Jammoil lately,  7 bathed It woll with MINAHD'S UN.  IMHNT, nv.d it wai* as woll as over  : ".t day,.  Patriotic Turkish Girl  Constantinople,���������A young TurkL '1  woman has disguised horself ln man's  clothing and loft CoiiHtfuitluople lu an  attompt to reach Adrlanoplo and help  In tho dofonao of her country. In a  letter to her mothor sho ntutcs that  If she Is tinablo to make her way Into  Adrlanoplo sho will commit sulcldo.  Don't lot your wife got tho best of  you. 3lic /.111 d-J It ofwtl cfmujili  without your permission.  There's Nothtrif Better Than  SNAP  Tor tliorniuli!/ t!r������n������tiiir tialhj and fttnki.  Ami It iloci not hurt Hit  IiainJi lilcn moil rlcaiultif  pavMcri ami Mxpi. H  Ira veu them nmootli anil soft  Git ��������� C11 To-ih;  f im (1* Ctt ���������wn.  I������f timmtl\m\til,Vt*irH)  Royal Residence for 8ai������  London.���������MessrH Trollopo havo  been Instructed to fjoll by auction Oh-  borno Cottage, Kant Cowos, tlu rosl-  donco of Princess Henry of Dal ton-  borg. Tho houso ha������ bountiful gar-  dntiH mid oxtoiifllvo stabling.  Poisoned D"iU5 by MjJI  Pails.��������� Milo, Marllio Borgo, a youn ,*  artist, hns boon arroBtort in Pnr!n on  a charge of attempting to poUon a woman niuitm! Llopet, Mmo. Idopot re-  rrmtly rrcnlvod through tho post a box  of dates, wlilch she Thought was a  present from a frlonil, Sho tastod  ono of tho datoii and wat������ seized "With  agonizing pains, but recoveroil aftor  an antidote. ���������A polnonoua compound  of coppor hnd boon introducotl Into  tho da ten.  Thoro'n alway������ a dark Kldo to tho  sllv������i- lining. Kvon tho fellow who  keeps Biiilltng ia llablo to liavo to bo  operated oa for emilltts.  Centenarians Walk to tho Poll  Geneva.��������� Glacomo Mnsclorlnl, 1011  years old, and Imlgl Pongolll, ngod  100, walked throo and four tnlloH ro-  Hpontlvoly to rocord tholr voles at tho  Hwltft parliamentary elections at Too*  Ino.   r...~ . .....~S~~s  Stockholm.���������Tho dlroctorB of the  North SwoilUh Dank at Alfta, Swodon,  havo conclude.: a contract with a number of firms for printing advortlHo-  montfl of tholr goods on tho hacks of  hankno'  HIIIIIWIM    >  ���������ItHlVM  Tho tuccossful politician sohlom  boasts of the things ho Is going to do.  Ho profors to Jet lils" nnonit<>-; howl  over tuo things ho has done.  Your Liver  is Clogged up   .  That's Why Y011V0 Tlrtd���������Oiit of  Sorts���������Ihu no ApptlHt,  CARTERS LiTTtX  LIVER PILLS  will nul yo  in a lew di  Tliey di  tlieir duty.  Cure  Condi-  palhn,  Biliomntit, Inilittdlott, ont! SUh lltudach**  Small Pill, SmsII Dost, Small Price*  Genuine nu������tbeu Signature  IBM N ���������"���������  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. a  IOME COURSE  IN SCIENTIFIC  iRICULTURE  First Article-Soil Conservation  ByW. J. SPILLMAN, Agriculturist, in  QJinrgo of Farm Managomont, Do-  rartment of Agriculture.  HOW to  restore and maintain  the productivity of the soil is  'the most important.phase of  the conservation problem. In  many of our older communities soil  fertility haa been reduced below the  point of profitable production.   Nation  ���������wide effort at the present time,  through federal and state agency, is  directed toward the, restoration of fertility In these localities. In the older  countries of  Europe, where farming  - has been followed for many centuries.  , the problem of satisfactory yields of  farm crops has been solved. The agriculture of Germany is similar to that  of the Dnited States, but tho yield per  ���������ere of wheat in Germany is more  loan twice that in tbe United States,  ' the yield of rye nearly.twice as large,  the yield of barley nearly a third lar-  ter and tho yield of oats more than  one third, larger. ,      ���������  The proportionate area of cereals'  grown 1n Germany Is about one-fifth  oless than in the United States, while  the proportionate area of hay and forage crops Is one-half greater. In addition to that, tbo percentagoof tbe.total  area which As planted to root crops is  enormously greater.in Germany, than  ��������� In the Dnited States.' These root crops  ��������� consist, largely of potatoes and sugar  beets, and the best German authorities estimate that at least one-third of  the products of the area of these two  crops is avnllablo for'stock feed. They  also estimate that one-third of the  products of the area devoted to cereals  ia devoted to the ..feeding of domestic  animals. Germany therefore devotes  .���������very much more" of her soil to the production of._ feed, for live stock than  does the United States.  Oh the same area of farm land the  * ��������� German farmer maintains on the aver-  '   age'from 30 to 78 per cent more live  stock than does the American farmer.  leguminous' crop frequently leave ln  the solj sufficient- nitrogen' for* the  needs of the crop that follows. Recent  investigations by tho department of  agriculture in Kansas and Nebraska  Bhow that the average Increase In the  yield of corn grown after alfalfa, compared with corn grown after nonlegu-  minous crops, Is 75 per cent. .A good  crop of clover has a similar effect on  the yield of crops which follow it Instances are known where the practice  of sowing bur clover in cotton fields In  the fall of the year and turning it under lu spring ih time for another crop  of cotton has in threo years doubled  tho yield of cotton.' Crimson clover  sown in a similar manner between  crops of corn has in a few years Increased the yield of corn 60 per cent  or more,  Tbo reason these leguminous crops  have such a marked effect on fertility  ,in many cases on depleted soils lies in  the fact that nitrogen is not a constituent of the soil proper, but only of  tho decaying plant and animal matter  In tlie soil. When soils aro.farmed for  many, years without any attention to  their fertility this organic'matter is  rottod out-and the nitrogen disappears.  Hence nitrogen is nearly always tbe  first plant food constituent to become  deficient in the soil.  The fact has already been referred  to that we export a large proportion  of our cottonseed meal, oilmeal and  other rich nitrogenous feeding stuffs.  These materials are all exceedingly  rich in nitrogen. They should bo kept  at home, fed to live stock and the  manure returned to tbe land.  HIS SELF 'CONTROL  ���������^wh^h^-h^w j saved  HIS' CABLE TOLLS.  Ho Proved It to Hia Own but Not His    f  Family's Satisfaction. "    \ 3.  Mr. Brown was excitable by nature, X  but he often prided himself audibly jj*<  upon lils self contra^ One night while J  the family were gathered at the tea i*  table the chimney began "to roar. The ������  furnace draft had been opened and for- ���������������  gotten. , Straightway a panic ensued,     j.  "Don't lose your heads���������keep "cool!" \  cried Mr. Brown. "It's nothing serl- ;T  ous." '        ������������������ - .     ��������� '{���������  ' He dashed up the stairs, discovered   ������  that the metal cap'over the only unused stovepipo hole was already red  hot,  and  diisbed  down  again  faster  than he went up.  "Keep cool!" he gasped as he passed  through tho room  where the" family  bad gathered'in nervous apprehension. , *?  "I'll be back in a minute." ���������     -r *������!���������  . He was back ln less than that* time, \ T  LIVE   STOCK   NOTES.  A disinfectant should be used  In the barn from time to time.  Remember tliat cleaning the stables means more now than it  used to.  No matter how  well  bred a  cow may be she cannot produce  milk at a profit when given only ,  u maintenance ration.  Dirty paikvcause,iuucu sickness among the calves,  J.    Make you stock reach matur}-  X'ty without beiug stunted., if an :  A. anioial is worth keeping,at.all  T it Is worth keeping well.   *  X .   The silo is ntime saver when  it comes to feeding a large number of animals,  Many farmers will let the  steer trample $100 worth of feed  into the mud rather than spend  $25 for a feed rack.  A'Clever Ruse at Home Gave Him ths.  ; Information He Wanted.  *.   A wealthy  merchant in  Paris whO|  does an extensive'business with Jnpau,  was informed that a prominent firm In  Yokohama had failed, but the uame of  the firm he could not learn.   He could  have learned tho truth by cabling; but,  "to save expense, instead be went to a  well known banker who had received  the news and requested him to reveal  the name of the firm.  i "That's a very delicate thing-to do."  replied the' banker, "for the news Is  not otlicial, and if 1 gave you tho tiniue  1 might incur some responsibility."  i   Tho merchant argued, but in   vain.  OCEAN _SPECTERSf  Phantom Craft That Are Said tc  .Haunt the High Seas.  A CURIOUS ENGLISH RECORD,  i The Log of the Warship Bacchant*  i Under Date of July 11, 1831, Bear*  j the Entry, "Flying Dutchman Cross-  j     ed Our Bows'*���������The Goblin Ship..  ;    There arc numerous legends und sto-  fries of ghostly vessels that roam the  j briny  deep.  and  many   hard   headed  "I .will give you,"-he said, "a list of  , mariners, free from tho common su-  and finally he made this proposition;  ^���������l-H^!^W^-!-H������W-l-H-H-H-r*H  "TfiiTmanuro7?rom these animals is also  better-"cared for ln all European countries "than, it is in this' country.   Not  Dependence on Our Own Resources.  There is thi3 difference between our  situation aud that of tbe older countries of Europe: Hitherto we have been  exporters of our feedstuffs rich in fertilizer constituents,  while they  have  been importers.  Tbey hare been drawing on the newly settled regions of the  world for materials with which to feed  their crops.   The American farmer will  be making a long step forward when  ho quits exporting these materials and  returns" them to his own soil.   Whatever shortages there may be must be  made, up by the intelligent use of commercial fertilizers.   There,is no danger  :Of a nitrogen famine.    We can grow  leguminous tcrops to supply nitrogen.  We can also, by, judicious use of the  refuse from grain and other crops and  by the use of "intelligently planned crop  rotations with occasional catch crops  for green manure, keep up an abundant supply of humus." Even if we bad  no other resources for maintaining the  fertility of the soil* than leguminous  -plants^and���������humus���������makirig_crops_w_e__  could on.much of the land in this comi-.  try maintain a much higher standard  of yields than obtains at the present  time.  having observed that the flames were  spouting several feet* high from  tho  chimney and'that a shower of sparks *  was falling upon the roof.  "Wh-wbere's tho stepladWer?" he ���������  panted. " !  He was gone before any one could  answer the question and presently was J  heard bellowing from the roof of the j,  wood shed. He' presented a heroic^  figure in the glare of tbe blazing chim- |  ney.-, ���������   *. ��������� j  "I've got one end of the hose," he ,  called, "Somo one attach the other.-;  end and turn on the water���������quick!"      -\  Two long minutes passed. ;  ."Why doesn't some one do as I or- i maintenance; second, for growth on  dered?" he thundered. "Do you want ! ber own body and, third, for the nour-  the place to burn up?" I isunient of the fetal pigs  "We can't, Henry," called Mrs. Brown  BROOD SOW MANAGEMENT,   j  Feeding Methods That Result In Strong  and Healthy Litters.  To. produce strong, healthy litters 11  Is not only necessary that the sows be ,  fed correctly upon feeds that furnish  sufficient muscle, bone and energy mak- '  Ing materials, but that tbey~be bandied *'  wisely during the period of gestation.   ,  The mother sow needs food for three ,  important purposes���������first for'her own  tremblingly.    "You  haven't  got  the  hose.   'You've got the cow rope.    It  was hanging next to tho .hose in the  shed, and anyway the roof is .covered'  with ice, and I don't think there's any I  great danger'outside. "You'd better,go i  and watch the chimney from the in- j  side." '       "* " i  A half hour later the family were \  again at tbe tea table. |  ' "If   this   had   happened   in   some j  homes,"- remarked'* Mr.  Brown,   "the;  family  would  have-lost  their heads j  completely and sent in an alarm.   Self  control is an excellent thing and far  from common."  "Indeed, it is." agreed-Mrs. Brown  emphatically.���������Youth's Companion.  FREAKS OF NATURE  Corn lacks  muscle and bone formers and in addition Is. too concentrated���������not bulky  enough for breeding swine. Tankage,  meat meal, linseed oil meal, skimmilk,  buttermilk, bran, oats, middlings,  shorts, soy beans,' clover and alfalfa  are the logical supplements to corn in  the middle west. At the Iowa station  we have found, that most excellent rations for gilts carrying litters are:  First-Corn, 88 to 90 per cent: meat  meal or tankage containing GO per cent  protein, 10 or. 12 per cent  Second.-Corn, 75 per cent; finely cut  clover or alfalfa, 25 per cent,  ten firms in Tokohnma, and 1 will ask  you to look through it and then tell me. '  without mentioning any name, wheth- !  er or not the name of tho firm which ,  has failed appears lu It Surely you '  will do that for inc." j  "Yes." s:i!d the banker, "for If I do '  not mention any name I cannot be held ;  responsible In any way."       . j  The list was made.* The banker looked j  through It and as he handed it back to  tho merchant said, "Tho name of tho  merchant who has failed is there."  "Then I've lost heavily," replied the  merchant "for that is the Grm with  which 1 did business," showing him a  name on the lists      - <���������  "But how do you know that is tho  firm whli-li has failed?" asked the bauk-  er In surprise.  "Yery easily," repiied the merchant  "Of the ten-names on the list only one  is genuine, that of the firm with iwhlch  1 did business. All the* others are fictitious."  THE  HUMAN  FACTORY.  Its Machinery Develops With the  In-  ! tellect That Directs It.  I    A human being Is a kind of'factory.  Tbe engine and the works and all'tho^  " various machiues are kept in tbe base-  i ment, and be sends down"' orders to  ' them from time to'time, and they.do  . the work which has been conceived up  Third.-Corn, SO pe'r cent; oats, chop- \ in headquarters. He expects the works  A Tree ThatThrows Somersaults and a  Waterfall. Reversed.  A,tree gone mad and a waterfall.that  falls up instead, of down,, are among  tEe strange tilings"to"b~^seeirTn~Ha~  waii.'as described-by John Burroughs  in the Century Magazine:"  -   >  "Nature iri the tropics, left to herself,   is   harsh,   aggressive,   savage;  ���������"AN IMAM WITH OOIjCEN iioops-'-biibiip'  j MAKU TUK SOIL 1'BBTIMt.  only that, tho United States exports  ,vast quantities of cottonseed meal, linseed oilmeal nud other rich nltrogenons  feeding atuffs, while Germany imports  vast qtilvntUleHof those materials. German farmers not only conservo tholr  own natural resources, but thoy draw  on other parts of tho world'to maintain iho'fertility of tholr lands. America has been mining hor soil nnd shipping tho products to Europe. Iu add!-"  tlon to lho sources of fertility nbovo  given, Germany uses annually on her  ���������oil ririO.OOO tones of nltrato of soda,  27B.00O tons of sulphtUo of ammonia,  1,200,000 tons of suporphosphnto nnd  1,-100,000 tons of bimle sing In addition  to large amounts of potash stilts.  '. Wo aro now confronted by tho samo  tncecssltlos that compelled tho adoption  of sound Dystonia ot agviculturo In tho  old world, How bIiiiII wo meet this  problem?  i The Solution of tho Problem.  ' In tho llrflt placo',' wo must Iticrouso  tho numbor of domestic animals on  ear farms. Whoro land Is farmed by  renters tho Ioa������os must bo mado for  longer torms, and whoro tho renter has  not tho cnpital to provide tlio proper  number of domoBtle nnlmals theno  must bo nuppllod by tho landowner.  Tho effect of llvo stock on tho fertility  of tho soil needs no demonstration. It  "a wl! Ur.CTn to ifor*" tnti-dtlf-onf,  farmer,   tip to tho present timo, nt  J pant, no system of ngrlculturohas boon  lerrnnnontly profitable without tho two  jof domestic animals as u means ot  'maintaining: tho productlvoncsa of tho  roll. Whether such systems aro possl-  Ilo remains to bo soon.  In addition to increasing tho number  of domestic animals on American farms  our farmers must pay moro 'attention  to leguminous crops and to other crops  which provhlo n supply ot humns for  (ho toll, Legume.*, such nn clover,  pons, alfalfa* etc., nro especially lm-  fortnnt bcnupo of fho fact that with  ho nld of certain soil bacteria thoy nro  ���������bio to draw their supply of nitrogen  from tho air. Having thus on unlimited supply of this valuable plant food  tonstltiiont, Ihey become very rich In  nitrogen.   Tho stubble and roots of ���������  Examples of Successful Far-riing. ",  In New York state there aro large  areas of land which formerly produced satisfactory, crops, but which iu recent years have been reduced in fertility to tbe point whero their cultivation  is no longer profitable by the methods  in voguo In that section. A few years  ago a representative of the department  of agriculture induced a farmer in that  section to grow four acres of potatoes  under his direction. This farmer had  beon growing potatoes for many years,  using seed which had been grown for  sixty years In thnt locality without selection to maintain its quality. His ordinary yields of potatoes' were' about  forty bushels por acre. Ho was induced to secure new nnd improved seed  and to cultivnto in the most thorough  manner. As a result theso four acres  produced n yield ot 250 bushels of potatoes per ncro. ��������� Similar results hnvo  sinco been secured by a number of other farmers in tho samo locality.  An Illinois farmers good many years  ago established on his farm a rotation  of corn,.corn, oats, clover. Tho corn  nnd oats wero fed to hogs, which woro  allowed to grazo on tho clovor. Very  littlo feed was purchased, but everything raised on tho farm was converted  Into manure nnd returned to tho land,  At tho beginning of this systom of  farming tho yield of corn wns about  thirty-ilvo bushels to tho aero. Teu  years later it had risen to eighty bushels per acre, tlio avcrngo ylold for four  consccutivo years being 80.4 bushels  por ncro.  ' A Missouri farm which hnd beon do-  voted to coru nnd wheat for seventy  years nud on which tbo ylolds of wheat  woro nbout eight bushels per aero and  corn nbout twcnty-Ovo .bushels was  subjected to a systom of farming similar to thnt Just described for an Illinois fnrm, In sir years tho yields of  this farm wero moro than doubled. In  work of this chnractcr the following  points aro omphnslzod:  Deep fall preparation of, tho soil.  Planting of w.oll solectod need.  Mainly shallow nnd freauont cultivation of tho crop during tho growing  season and especially after a rnln,  The Judicious use of cotnmorcinl fertilizers nnd tho lncrensed uro of home  1  ,  ,     s     f      im       ,.      ,  .   *    |!><      .������������������-...!,,,*  fJiOU'llt,.*     itlliM^i"    4.M.*   ,l..i<    #i������>--...'ifk  Of lpjj-ivmlnoun crops',  looks as though she wanted to hang  you with her dangling ropes or impale  you on her thorns or engulf you In her  ranks of gigantic, ferns. Her mood is  never as placid and sane as in the  north.- There is a tree iu the Hawaiian  woods that suggests a tree gone mad.'  It is called the hau tree. It lies down,  squirms and wriggles nil over the  ground like a wounded snake. It gets  up and then takes to earth again. Now  it wants to be a viue; now it wants to  be n tree. It throws somersaults, it  makes itself-into loops and rings, it  rolls, it reaches, it doubles upon itself,  Altogether It Is the craziest vegetable  growth I over saw.  "It was near Pall that I saw what 1  had never seen or heard of before���������a  waterfall reversed, going up instead of  down. It suggested Stockton's story  of negative gravity. A small brook  comes down off tlio mountain and attempts to make tho leap down u high  precipice, but lho winds catch it and  carry it straight up in tlio air like  smoke. It is translated; it becomes a  moro wraith hovering above tbo beetling crag. Night and day this goes  ,on, lho wind snatching from tho-nioun-  tains in this summary wny tbo wutei  it has brought them."  ped clover or alfalfa. 10 por cent; meat  meal or tankage, 10 pur ceut .,  ��������� For old sows the proportion of meat  meal or tankage can be cut down practically one-third to two-fifths and still  get excellent results. ' . ' 7  Stronger, healthier litters having  more hair, more color and more5bone  have*been the result whenever we added a suitable protfiin and asb supplement to corn. When we,selected one  "suppTemeFts^iselF^vTal^^"ot'cIieap="  er pigs. At present. prices for purchased ,*'protein and asb supplements;  meat meal and tankage areour cheapest sources.  down below to keep oh doing these  things without his taking any particular notice of.them, while he occupies his  mind, as?the competent head of a factory should, with tbe things that are  new and different and special and  that his mind alone can do; the things  which, at least, in their present initial  formative or creative stage, no machines as yet have been developed to  do, and which can only be-worked out  "b^tlT������nm?in^ulir"tn"th^bMdq"iraTter  himself, personally, by the handiwork  of his own thought.  The more a human, being develops,  tbe more delicate, sensitive, strong and  Above all things, excepting the food ; efficient, the moro spirit informed, onco  supply only, an abundance of exercise  Is most important.   All classes of prcg-  ������">*  The Tamworth hog Is n bacon  producer and with the Yorkshire Is  considered the' best-breed tor that  purpose These breeds uro distinguished from tho so called lard hog  In that they uro more prolific, better torcigors and, It Is said, nre less  susceptible to cholera und other  uwlno diseases. Bacon breeds nre  tho result ol methods of feeding  and brooding, They btow rapidly  ln uW-o, but do not Iny on fat liko  tho lard types, Their larrso size,  with long and deep bodies, Indicates  their bncon Droiluclnfc ability aod  capacity -to easily carry largo Utters. Tho boar shown Is a uood  specimen ot tho Tamworth..  DON'TB. ^  Don't blamo It ou tbe bom whoa tbo  egg record drops. A miadun cU<.v>io v.  food li good knockout drops.  Don't forgot that you aro. manager.  Whether a gun shoots straight depends  od tho mnn behind tbo gun. Whether  i hen lays aud pays depends on tbo  rnnu behind the hen.  Don't feed a certain gr������lu bocause It  Is plentiful nnd cheap Snob fnlnf*  economy neither works wllh beni nor  wen.  Don't eipect wonders your lirst yenr  ���������with  poultry.    Vou  may  meet  Lucky Thirteenth.  A woman who sets particular store  by tbo thirteenth superstition surprised  her friends by accepting an Invitation  to a luncheon whoro thero wero to bc  thirteen guests,  "1 will bo Into," sho said, "for I shall  make it a point to bo tho thirteenth  person to enter tho room. That is a  funny thing about thirteen, Many ac*  eUlinitt* hnvo happened'to parties thirteen in number, but Investigation litis  shown that whllo tho other twelve per-  Rons KUffdrcd moro or Icsh tho thir-  teenth person who joined tho compiiny  always escaped unharmod."-lMil1iidol-  phlo Ledger.        /  Twentieth Century Definitions.  A witty Judge of tho municipal court  of Boston stoutly declared that "a patriot M'os a man who refused to button  his wife's lingcrlo waist."  "A martyr," ho wont on, "Is ono whe  attempts and falls, whllo a horo trie*-  nnd nucceeds."  "I'licn wnnt is h cowunir" nh'-.������.������J *���������  cw/'-Ji.w bj7������to������������������'!'.������������������*.  "Oh, a coward," replied the Judge, "in  n mnn who remains single so bo won't  havo to try."-Youth's Companion,  nant nnlmals do well only when nbuti-  dant opportunity for exercise Is allowed,   Tho general touts aud vigor or the  mother is rollected In  tho offspring.  The better tho geriprnl health ami condition of the dam tbo stronger and j  more vigorous tho young,    flungo on  posture Is perhaps ilio best or nil.   Al- j  low   tho  sows   to   folluw   cnltlo   for i  awhile, but bo sure to remove them j  when thoy tend to becomo clumsy and j  heavy.    Scatter  tlio   food   over  tlio  for all, the machines ln tho basement  are. As bo grows the various subconscious* arrangements for discriminating, assimilating, classifying material, for, pumping np power, light and  heat to headquarters, all of whicli* can  be turned oh at will, grow more masterful every year. They are found all  slaving away for blm, dimly, down in  tbo dark while he sleeps. They hand  him. up in bis very dreams new and  strange powers to; live nnd to know  wlth.-Gerald Stnnley Loo In Atlantic  Magazine.  The German Empire. ,  The German empire was constituted  ns at present Jan. 1, 1871. After preliminary1 negotiations during tbecout-Ru  of the Fniiico-l'nisslan ,wur the parliament of the north German confederation (with which linden, llesso-Uarm-  stttdt, Havarla and Wurttombcrg had  recently allied themselves) tn an address dated Doc. 10, 1870, requested  King William of I'russln to become  Gorman emperor. All tho sovereign  princes of Gorman states and the three  freo nnd Ilunseatio towns having Joined i.n offering lho Imperial crowns, tho  proclamation of William I. as emperor  was made nt Versailles Jan. IS, 1S71.  The first relchstng was opened at Her-  lin March 'J5, nml tho Imperial constitution was adopted April 14, 1S71.-  I'hlladelplila Kress,  Not So Serious.  A doctor who hnd been summoned  hastily alighted from his carrlngo to  _  find a   woman awaiting hltn on  tho  ground, such as uninf tints, soy benn j doorstep, but without tho aiuloin* look  hny, etc., nnd lot tho sows guthor It i bo expected In the circumstance-*-,    'I  Feed on tho sido of tho Hold opposite ��������� understand," bo snid, "that your boy,  tbo  sleeping  hunks.    Allow   hay   In . has swullowedd u sovereign.    Where  rocks,  tbo entlng at  which  ts con-! Ih heV"  dnclvo to light exercise. Shut the sows j "Oh, sir," was tlio reply, "I'm glad  from tho houses in tho middle of tho J to tell yon wo mndo a mistake! It  dny rnthor thnn allow them to hnddlo j wasn't a sovereign; It was only u half-  up and snoozo peaceably.   Schemes to ! peniiyC'-Londou Mall.   ,  Induce exerclso cost littlo, yet tho ro- j ������������������ ���������   turns are considerable.  ,.-.. \**..  11 .<'i.'.  "Weil, my boy," said the visitor to  Itobby, "I HiippoHo somo day you ex-  pent to step into your father's shoesV  "Oh, I suppose so," said Hobby  gloomily. "I been woorln' out every-  thing else ho wears sinco mothor  learned how to cm 'em down for iiic."  ���������Harper's Weekly.  Inform-r-tlon Wonted.  Top, 1 went to ni������k you sompthlng."  "What bt if, my child?"  ���������������������������- -    w . .i��������� ..������..*��������� niivii*;   "I)*1 t,,'*.,y ninlt,J alrnhlps go with fly  noroo wmes, but tbey tro not almjt   mhwl������rCmtlmM A������irl������B.  cvrntm.  Warmth, dryness, ventilation and  sunlight nro tho essentials of an Ideal  hog houso. Such conducive conditions  can bo secured with a littlo forethought Good dry bedding Is needed  mid to bo kept dry must bo changed  icgiimriy.  J..'ijrflHi'cne.'s.i of tbe bnwrh in highly desirable, as costlvetii'ss is a men-  nco. Plenty of outcIso combined with  Inxntive feeds such ns tankage, oilmeal, ' bran, nlfnlfn, hay, etc., will  )tirarity wntvo tbo prnb'pin. Tlowevor,  If It doos not a week before farrowing  an emergency remedy of an ounce of  ppsom salts per hundred pounds of hog  will helpcoiiiilrter.'ibly.-ProfCHSor J. M,  Bvvanl, lown Station,  A Good Excuse,  "Now, then," demanded Liwchmnn's  wife the next morning, "wlmt'B your  pjcueo for coming home In that condition Inst nlgbtr  "Well, to tell you the truth, m" dear,"  be replied, "nouo of tho hotels would  luuu mu in."���������I'lj'iiulei'i'iM.r-fM.  perstitlon of the ordinary sallonuau,    ,  stoutly  maintain  thnt  they  have at  least once iu their maritime career encountered  what  was  undoubtedly  a.  phantom ship. *  liest known of those mysterious  craft that haunt the high sens Is, of  course, tlie famous Flying Uutchinau,  or phantom ship of VnnderdeckcnJ  How the story originated is doubtful,  but it tins hr-en .ascertained that there  wns a seaman of repute wbo many  yours ago sailed,trom Holland to the :.  east via tlie Cnpe of Good Hope, but  wns never again beard of.  Homo authorities say that,  meeting  with contrary ��������� winds off the cape., tie  swore a terrible oath, in consequence  or   which   the  divine   wrath   decreed.  Hint   lie. should   be  occupied ' till   the  crack   of   doom    in   endeavoring .to  weather the  headland.    Others state  thnt this punishment was metbtl out  to  him in   retribution  for a  ^erribl������  ��������� murder be committed before commencing bis fateful voyage.. . ,  Whatever the cause of this ancien?  gentleman's    monotonous   'wandering n  | may be, it is probably- In connection  with him.'.that the most authentic and  cold blooded record of any phantom ex-'  ists either atioat or ashore, for it i������  stated that in the.log of II. M. S. Bacchante while on a  voyage round tbe  ..  iv'orld with the little princes in  ISSft ,  there appears on July 11 tbe-entry,-  "Flying Dutchman crossed our bows.'5 ,  The log book of one of tbe then largest  of her, majesty's warships is certainly '  the very last place to expect to lin������V  that'-which is generally associated with  the hysterical of either sex. "*  \ During January, 1G47, a. vessel left  New Hnven, Conu., on her maiden voyage, but was never again heard of.   In ,  the   following June, 'just  before  the  hour  of  sunset  and   after  a  severe  thunderstorm,  the  missing ship  was  SGcii-sailiug up_tbe_rlver.   Tha inhabit-  ants, taking their evening stroll, were,  overjoyed 'at her return, but the most  observant of them uoticed that there,,  ���������vyas something unc-nnuy about her, es- ,  pechilly in  that she appeared to be  sailing'up against.tho wind.  'Then, to the consternation of all, she  gradually faded away before their eyes  .and entireley disappeared. Wo may be,  assured that there were uot wanting  those, who maintained tliat the vessel  in spirit bad paid a Inst visit to hen  port before resting for good on tbo  ocean bed.    . , -  In the "Chronicles of the St. Lawrence," by ,I,e Maine, it is recorded Hint  on a certain dny In the year a phantom  ship is seen off Cap d'Kspoir, lu Gospo  buy. Lights nre seeii nbourd her. and  her decks arc crowded with men. Ily,  the foot of the bowsprit, a man Is conspicuously standing and facing toward  tlio shore, with n lady clinging to his  nrm. Gradually tho lights go out nnd  the vessel sinks. It Is suitl to be tbo  ghost or tho flagship*of n fleet Which  ,was sent out to reduco tho French-  forts, the vessel being lost with all  bunds.  To como to Ilrltlsh waters, thore aro  numerous instances related In local  history of tho visitations of ghostly  ���������vessels,' the west of England, ns might  be expected, being most* prolific in  Iheso records, says a writer in (hn Lon-  ilnn Globe, indeed, Cornwall boasts of  n goblin ship probably unlquo the  world over, as she not only sails the-  water, lint proceeds most niicouccrnc4  n good distance Inland.  This Is tlio specter ship of 1'orthcur?  no, nnd In llohort Hunt's hook mi "Uo-  malices of ihe West of Knglnnd" are ro-  Ifited tho experiences of n local Inhabitant who witnessed ono of her escn-  pnilcs. She Is described an a black  miuaro rigged blnglu masted vessel,  KoinotliiU'H lowing n small boat. * No  crew are ever iiet'ti; presumably they  nro down below. Tho personal nnrrn-  tlvo goes on lo nny:  "On enmo tlio craft. It pnssnil stend-  Ily through tho breakers, glided up  over the sands, steadily pursued Its  course on the dry lnnd as If it hnd been  wntor. On It went to Ilodolnn. whero  Rt Loven formerly dwelt. It then  steered Its courso to Ghygwidoii ond  there vanished llkosmoko."  A Dig Difference.  "How  rejoiced  tbo knights of olo  woro whon they got tholr lady's glovel"  "And   bow   mean   tbey   look   now  ,. 1  ..      ti. .lo    >������lrl    Mi-r"    Mm"*)    Ulf*.    mlt-  ........    .....     ....*    t.*'*-       *    -      f  ten!"--lialtlmoro American.  An Awful Blow.  "Yes," mi Id Slithers, "Mlckley was  my dearest friend, and I shnll never  eeiiso to mourn bl*t death,   It was n  tlTIIIUO ill'jti, HvUl \tili'.*'l i ,������Ui*ii hvMtl  ri-ri'vor."  "Why-! thought you mnrrled hit*  widow?" said .Iimpsoii.  '���������W!iy-er-ahoml���������why, yes, I did:  but"-  -fturi-i  Plllborn eiibwIiVfid  1nfn  n  rtrpp  wllh  The Hone's Stable,  A stable whero, mnnure will freeze  during tho night i������ no place tu U-ep n  lioroo. Keep tho slablo clean and dry  or you may have thrush ntt.irklng the  horse's hind feet, which should never  rest in foul, bhek liquid or wol amour*.  Never ��������� Near Relative.  "Pa, who Is Aim. GrundyV"  t'Sbo Is un old Indy wlio**1s nlwnyi  supposed   to   belong   to   somo   othoi  man's  linnl!y."-UiUago   ilccorrt-lii>*  aid.  nud  uncotufortablo  !Wi*el;ly.  hllctR'c.-llnrpcr't  Poor Comedy.  "Why did she cut you Y'  "She doesn't llko my l���������omedy.,���������  ������������������now'n tl.atV"  "She mado tbo slalemi'iif ;'t n l-n������*ty  hist night that '-lie ���������.������������������������������������- "������������������ '*���������*���������  of age, nnd J said. ')ot   i i     ���������  .   it  i lui.*,.  Hit Miitike.  Focc-I nndcrstnnit Dobaon mnrrlrt ; flfteon yearn ngo  i rich widow.    rendorson-Ro ho nn- U   dcrstood, too, but It proves to bo ��������� |;  No protectlnc d^ltl''" ���������<���������-���������  &jAi;!jder*t������ndlrie.--U������-itou Transcript   there is prudetire-^uninu. ,"A*����*V��rtvw��j*a
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. .\m% nw^s^ymizmthAM^ British Columbia,   __j
*����>a--Ti'i-*ti iij-WM 'inyfi ���iw-yw'i.'wyi-u^'iii-tiemw
!%]K\Y vSTO.CK of the above in well assorted patterns
j.\:r.id designs- at POPULAR PRICKS	
Our stock of Furniture, House-furnishings, Beds, etc., etc. is" a ways'
complete ancl prices, the best.
Try a  Fmvcetf Range ; they   are0
ctory. '
always satisfy
- ��!**. At MoKINNOlSr,.   'Cumberland-
>ir\.H:|l'AL UI,A USES ACT'
TAKE NOTICE that the nnd
t'i-rijiiic'i, will, iil'lt'i- tho isxpiration
from'Biarritz to KoUuni, Ncther-
iauds, by 170 kilometer.**.
hirty days [30]
I'lotn tho lirst
ji'.:h.'.i'-.fiitin liL-ri-ui', ninke, applk-u-
titu! i'i*!* a tninslVr of the liquor
!i*.*(--,i.* 0 lu'hl liy hi;i- in -.'onnection
���viii-i tho VeiidoiiH*. lloktl, Ouni
heriaiul. 15. (a, to Joseph'Tobacco
>Viu\ Jo?uph Doiiiouti', to tho
I'-orini .dj" Licence,Commissioners
-.���[ the City of Ciuiihi-rlatid at such
di' their rectilar meetings at which
Mich application cai) be Jugaily
Holder of Licence
���    It.  It. MoNELLL
iloliler of Temporary Permit
U'lict: May Ui'li, 3 913
: W-X TJWfctAT-'.W!'* ��>.-
iv. C. 1'hude, is agent for the
'���Ford'' and ������Clialmer" automobiles.    Cars for hire.   'Phone 18
-������0-^        ~A_StfA_lV      *���	
FOR SALK ��� A 4. room cot-
i'.'.g'e, hul Mo!", large new shed 18
x-io, new outhouses. Price $550
���pasli.    Apply lliisoilice'.
"TliMDRliS will be received
up to \% o'clock of the 16th day
of June, for shing-liug old school
building,, re-flooring .halls and
making new steps back and front
of building. Por further partic
ulars apply Thos. II. Carey, Secretary Hoard of School Trustees,
Cumberland, L\, 0.
Lowest, or nny lender, uot necessarily accepted, Address tenders to T. M. Carey, Sccrdaiy
Trustees, Cumberland, 15. C.
Mr. J.-F. Grants.
������    Passes With Honcrs
Mr. Jas F. Grant, brother of
Me.ssr�� Chas, and Roht. Grant of
this city, who has been studying
for the medical profession at .Mc
Gill University;, Montreal, \vil,l
receive liis degrees at the McGill
medical convocation this year.
Mr, Grant, passed liis examination, a short time ago with the
following honors: Surgery, ophthalmology, pathology'and dermatology. Pie is an 'ambitious
young man and no doubt will
bo most successful in his medi
cal career. "Jimmy-Ms well and
favorably known in Cumberland
ahd district,- and we tako -this
opportunity in joining with his
many friends in-wishing him all
sorts of success iu the.practice of
4iis,"QjjoJessioji._:      *���   ������-
Aviator Smashes
Al! Records
P.iri.--:, June 10.���'Ihe young
b'l'enc'Ii aviator, Marcel C�� Hriudc
bone IX-s Moulin.lis, beat all dis-
unci1, ri'cortls to dny by flying
from Paris lo \Vnt,-;'iu- by way of
Ik-rlin, a ditslaiice of 1.5011 kilo-
pietevs [approxin aiely tr*-*,,**, miles)
iu thirteen hours, and ��� *.\-:l tiding
(-.tops, attained nn uv rage speed
of i,v> kilometer.-- (93 3 miles) an
1�� *ur.
Ho accomplished this in the
competition for tlio I'onmu'iy
il'ji���for ih'j lonijest iVi'J'i acro-'s
tlu- couutrv Iroiti su n.i isi.* lo mim
ret i.i o'lt* day, with i-toj t; if lie���
ft* s'try,
To jj;I've soiiie idea of Ills a-
i-lii'M'fiiu-nl it mnv In- onii-d that
'b Nnrd VVipr 1'������'������. ive* -T ^u r""*.
cm. trains in liu! w nid,  takm   18
All membejs of the Cumber,
land & !Courteuay Automobile
Association are hereby rec,uestet
tb place ou tlieir motors, a crepe
bow, in respect for the untimely
demi;*e���of our esteemed.member,
Mr. Wilt Clinton. Crepe P.ows
may be obtained at Miss Den
cey's mfllinory parlors, at (Jour
Harry Crici-ch,  Pres
]\ V. Hark 1 son, Sec.
,  ���of the���
Curnbcrlan & Courtenay
Automobile Association
A GRAND HALL to n-i.'-
bnile. this formation of llm ('.('.A,
A. will he j/iv-'n mi th-* *:'W|- d.-iv
oi' Junes, A. ))., 1!��!!). uc I'Vcii.
ruir'ts Mall 1 Coni'ii-n-iv. Knriuiil
(Iresi) 1)} ri'iptc: t. Only 1 CO liiik-
obi will hi1 i��ptu"i.
Tickets $7.00
Admit -^uiithiiiiaii :nni i.'u'.y,      K,\.
trn lufly SfiJ.OU.    'i'ii'* ticluM (--nil.
It's llie holdoi'   !o  pariiil.i'   i-i'   tlu*
Hxei'llent, fiifjiiii*!- v,'liioni .I'lilition
al   I'h.'it'^e.      .\!*::;;i-..'-!H' "IIn   hnve
'*j( boon iJJtidi* fo hnve lick-i iiolcld'H
cotiveytvj hy fttrniimbiu*, i;i*(iti*,l
to and from the hall, Automobiles will leave !'r<*;ii < 'it'iibi : land
r r   1   1       ri'i 1-  .: '        /*���,,,..
iim..       ��...-..     .     .   r ���   :,.(.,��
ui.iii art iij-pi.'t  '*.-   >���(��� ��� ���������.  i * ������ ��� f-'i
Frank Ciuueroii, <>t L<<* P, Ainl-'i*.
lnutMii'tlieliip fnun Paris to J frt|I) fol. pjn-finiiu,-, ���. m i-.m �����.
II. rlin and 27 hours l'r.*m I'mis, tnnl���i,;,,, ���,,���., ,.,,.,,;���.. ,��� ,J|C
to \Va 1 saw.
Hriuddbonc T)e,s Mrulinais' initial llymy tjnu- for the 9-.:5 I.ilu
nii'U-r" {575 miles'; wn- d huius
an ! y) miitnii'M.
After limchiiift m   I'-ilin wi:lij;|M'!,�� UX]
llie military aviator:-.. I* * iv- um. d ��� l '
hi*1 jonmcy to W-jis-aw. vlu-iil- l-.-:'"�������� Applii-.m
latidfil safely at f> 15 y. m., wi-'.i'j"
n!if"<l ->f M��e Himdawu '.iiti't.        ,.'7,f'u.    The iiimvo   im.-.i Ivr* nf
lli>   ili>!.ht   b*at.*;   'It*'   '.-'���  A '"" ""���^���ririhu'i n-.'-erve  >hc   lidr
ll!.;iiiv by   ICnu-sl   l;.   Cl'.iiS.it-.x', ��������� ��**tjc-l -my aj-pjeati^u.
'     l-'u' 1 onilrvi.t-j.i j*.';iti��'!-,.Inure,
A|iplii'.ilio!i lo,- tickci.. mnv lm
maoi: to I lit- f'lltiMviii}; liH'inb'<li)
of tin* A-"i��'f ' J : P, P. Jim*
���*. ��'. i��. i ��� '.itticr,
1. 'J.,!-...: . !.'��������� P. Aii'lm-
111 in-1 he aecoin
1    ^ith   tic   .viiiii.>,-,i.'iii   fi't
NOTf1^ to contractors
CEAlyJ-1) . TEJfOERS, superscribed
���J "Te'*'*-!-."!- tor Extension to lUmto
Scliool-ji0"J?i-," \��-ill be received by the
I Inn on i-;tl;ile '.ho- Tvtinis'.er of Public Wo'Us
up Ho n^-'U of Wt'dncsd.iy. Uie 25'tb d.iy
nf June< '913, for tne election nnd con>
p.'<*iioo ,*'"'.iii (ix'C'i^if"* of one room ato
ihe Sch-'^l-l-oiise- at Minio m-the''Com.
ox Rlec^d District. 0   -
This --''(*f5- to uo completed on or be-
fme ihe 2Sili dny of Aii-Just, 1913*
!!tan5f ^pecifj-sation "����� contract, nnd
furiiis cS 1'ender way be seen on und af-
ter th<? -j'.h'd.iy of June, 1913, -,\\
tlie v/i'Cv; of Mr. J'. Daird, (Jovcmmcr.i
Ai'cni, ^nibcilMnd, 15. C; Mr. W.'c.
���Vhiif, ������'W-ieiarj' of iliti S hool Uoard,
Mintu, ;'*lcl ilio Depaitmeni of l'ublic
Woiks, V'.,cioria,,U. C.
liHen','n.i' tenderers c-.in obtain one
copy of IM.tns nod specifications for the
���iiini of i<sn dollar"-* ($10) by applying to
die mulct"sit-iiecl, uluch will be refunded
il'ieuir^M in good order.
Kiicb I'voposid must be accompanied
by an -iL'cp.ptci.l bank che*.|*.'c or certirl.
cale of'^posh on .1 chartered bank of
Canadfii.tiiade ptiy-ible to tli^ . Honour-
iible \Afi Minister of Public Works, for;i
.sti'i,�� ccjt!**>i to io ret" cent of the tender,
which-jb.ill, bu forfeited if the party tendering feline ic enter iiao conn net
when c^'led upon to do so, or, if he fiui
io conip't'te iliC work coniracted for.
The cliques or certificates' of deposit of
unsuccessful tenderers will he returned
U'. the,rV upon the execution of the
Tenders will not beconsideied unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed
with the actual signature of ihe tenderer and enclosed i" the envelopes furn-"
shod. '
Tlie lowest or any lender not necc'ssat
ily accepted.   .
J. E. GUlFFITff,
Public Works Engineer
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B. C, June 71I1. 191.3.
jn <oj*2
.   Wo print ladies' and gen tinmen j-*
risking cards.
.We print wedding invitations..
Wo print diinco program rues.
We print hotel bill of fares.
We  print   meal .tickets,   also
milk and bread tickets.
"'Wo    print'   posterp,   liandbills
and dodgers.
We print placards  and notice*?
on canvas.    .    -.
-   We,   print concert programme?
and adiniPsion' tickets. ,
We print hiiPii^ss cards.
������ WiV print billlieads, ordinary or
loofe leaf system.
Wo prin l letterlieads and   note-
heads. , - ,.
We print statements and envelopes. * ,        -
We, turn out  work   when  you
want it mid bow. yon want it.
seller Brewing.
Ice!; I ce;L
Supplied to the Public
ORDERS must be given   not  later"
tlianlOA.M.'  to   ensure   delivery
same  day."0 . '
* '        *
��� l
Agents for Pilsener Hrewing; Compari\'.s HEER
Wholesale Dealers iirall kin'ds'of    ���
Wjnes and biqnors. " -   -
XDC'ITT* '""
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\g^'>tM&**tAf*))Bg&rfKt**ftt^^ t^tifi^txfati.iiflsito&fy^]^
Complete Stock'of'-Ye Okie'Finne"-
^eintzmaii" & -Co.Piaiios
Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs
Victor Vicfrolas, Gramophones and 'Records
... -- *. , f>
Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged. '-���
��� ii 1 i'ii  i 11 nil 11 i**iw����ii m. M !��� iilim'i  1 ���in1'
JUlf   ��� ' ' ���  ��� '" ���'
j|  Capital Paid TTp $11,560,000.  : Hosorvo $13.OC-O;O0' "r.
% /If A /$* ffl/if^'"
ru>'**3 Your EXPENSES Light
r,lA�� Your BISCUITS Li��ht,,
W^b Your CAKES Light ^���=^��3
in the
tftu Your QUNj Licl-.i
M^t Your LA30S Uahi ^|*
Crd-:^ from youu
(SooVs Czitm Root Gotnpcaad.
't;i'''"^��--> Tot KrenL Ulorti'O Tuule, u.id
;a!J,,^-.*-'...',o]i!y ���ruito cil'iicoisil HontliJ.y
y&V-MyV) ltCKulntvtt'on whloU women cua
feJftSS'SOv tit utiTtiuth-No. X, gl; No. 3,
OiOv   ,A 10 doKix-f.? Btronerot, S3; Ko. 'J.
""*- ' for (--.iitu'loJ cwqs, Pfi \'.cr hov.
vn^,   KoM liy Rll dniG'CT"U or i*.o,..f
HI,     fVac Mniji)..Ict. AililiCTH.* s' Vfc'V
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1 SPECIAL ATTENTION j>aid'to,SAV-iN.GS':A'CCpUN'j,"S'i>u*r<** jj
i at highest Current lliiles aliuwecj on I "I'-j'n^i'ts' ot $1 and u'jjwunis. }\
I ,                  CUMBBE,LAND,*B.. O.', Bianch, Open'Daily..
I' UNION" WHARF, B. O.,   Sub'-Bro'ch, Open Thuredays,.
I D. M. MORRISON, Mtmajjer.
I COURTEITAY,   a, O ,    Bianch,    Open Dnily.'   V
| '    &�� H. HARDVVICKE, Manajjer. '   j
'dciii . ipp�� Harr'is'on'4
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ti;\lfiVAX HALEX20.
QJ,'��\LKhrKN:i>KlW will lift ro
-J foJvt!i.\   liy   the    Mlni.-Mcr   of
ri'iii''*'   not   liii--r  tliun   m.-on onil|(
The following is   tin*   eh-ir-o-
in the mail seivico   Hlariing ii.'.--
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Slc'inirr's    nrrivnl   nt   Uniui
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not biou<(ht you Plimley'sspecial cycle offer
iindtlio intoiustino* pri/.o pnzzlo compi'luioii, tsuiul a  post ciik!
ini'l I'oi'.oivp yoiir  cojiy,
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iMiilay mornin<j.... 7
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