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Array ���������>>"  T?x  k'  if- -  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  P ewi'si4^''.^  "> J ''  . ;.*��������� *������������������  ^"^'^-SttSSc'kiption $i.oo a Ykak-  -j ���������  i:  L' -  i1  The News,* Twentieth Yeau .*'  CUMBERLAND. B. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9,-1913  ������������v^^ ^KS^G^������ ���������^^������%������������^������/fcf*N#Vi''*^  The Store  ofQuality  The Store  ofQuality  The Bis Store.  Serious Accident    ^  THERES  A=  REASON  Why you should wear  AN'S: HOSIER .  The product ie  nil manufactured under tlio  most sanitary conditions  The yarns used aro all ppun   from   tho finest Australian  and Knglish wools, then knitted on tiie most  .   ���������        improved hand' and power machinery  Tho standard andfatno already attained, by'Penman's  '     Hose, reaches "from ond to end tii! this  ������vast Dominion  ��������� o  ..Every pair of Ilose'guarautced to give satisfaction  or your money back.   ��������� .  >  Our stock of Penman's Hose is  vory large, .we carry an  'assortment uf ladies' men's and children's lioise  in all-the  wivntod quulitifcs   ,.. ......  Buy,your hosiery from tl.o Big Stoic and get value ' '  -   "   ��������� .   -  --    as well-as siitUI'actioti  LEISERJi: GO., LD.  OF COUNCIL  A rather serious accident be-  fell, Dr, McPheo and James Fanning late on Thursday night when  they were thrown out of the doc  tors motor car close to.the shingle  mill at Nanoose. - Tho doctor was  called oiit.ro seo a patient lato at  niuht,      a n d   i 11 v i I 0 d "Air.  n .1  Fanning to accompany him.   On  tho return journey, whilo coming  down tho hill leading to mill at a  fair clip they struck   a . patch   cf  gravel.    The car skidded i*nd be-  f'-ro tlio doctor could rijrht   it or  pull off, it   overturned   throwing  both  occupants   heavily   to   the  road.    Dr. O'Brien was summoned fo'go out and ronder sssistance,  and on' his arrival found both* men  suffering'     Irom     severe .'.scalp  wounds.    The doctor is the." more  badly injured of the'two,   but' iip  to the present he is  getting along  nicely and 110 untoward symptoms  have   developed.    After    having  been attended to, both   men, wore  brought out by Miy  Fred Young"  of Sampson & Young garage land  bore,.tho   journey   home wilh'oiu  mishap.    The car   after   turning  over in the road  caught  fire*"and  was totally destroyed.    The-many  friends of both the   injured   men  will h^pe to soe them   around   as  usual in a' few   days.���������Nanaimo  llei-akl." .'"''"      ":  :    ���������-   ��������� . ��������� ��������� o--        .-���������--���������*,.  -JNote���������Dr. McPhee is a son nf  The City Council met in regular scission on Monday evening,  lhero being present Aid. Hover,  i'lgo, Coc, Richards and the mayor,      .   '. .     ''      .  Minutes of Inst" regular meet-  ing were read and adopted.  Medical Health ' OfHcn* Dr.  Hicks presented hall'-yearlynuulic  al report which was received and  lileJ, and certain recommendations in connection with the Isolation Hospital wero referred ' to  the Hoard of Health.  Constable Gray's report:  ,   Scavenger #113.25  1tfa$>''fci!^|-^^  IS   NOW   ON  flSBSB-'^gaCT  *t**m*.n*u*.i  We are fully prepared with a  complete stock of "Gem" jars.  Hall Kent.  40.00  Dog Tax    12 00  * Account-?:   _*  Electric Light.... .. '843,00  '  C- Mu6satto..';.\..-. ,14.00  The Mayor and' Alderman Coe  li a  reported progress in the Sidewalk  Loan By-Law,  - Council adjourned*  IN THE FOLLOWING LLNES  Mason Pints   Quirts...:   Half Gallons.-*... .',   Economy Pints ..........  Economy.Quarts ������., .  Economy Half Gallons..';.,.;". ...  ,.*?1 00-o  . 1 in  .   150-  . ro0'  ..   2 00;  Also White Stoneware, comprising  Gups, Saucers, Plates, Jugs, etc,  OIMII'-*���������"""*T**J���������"*""*"  ���������ic������������-a-������������������m������Ti������*Wka������p*rj ���������  Mr. Joseph McPh'eeYCourtei.ayv-  Ed'.      * * * - ���������   ' '    ''"x   '  *^*^ft<a^tt^*a^f*ttS^ f/^t������W|^*L~t/J^|M������������������  -<<t>-  A,, M6iir.ce  nt, Gartley.  .,,        .Tv -if:-  Irani' Van-  Speaking of the Hon. , T. W,  Crothc-rs. Minister of Labor in  the Borden cabinet, regarding  -liis visit,to the coast, the Victoria Colonist has the following to  say:  ' '"Mr. T. W. Crolliers' visit to  the Coast this summer   will   be  1 -i  very thinly, ��������� if his good  oflices  should lead a basis of .settlement  in the Nanaimo coal mining situation he willhavc accomplished  a very useful work, and one that  will earn  him the   gratitude   of  the entire community.    In   dis  cussing'his visit we  are reminded of the, fact that  this   ia   his  second visit to the  Coast   since  his appointment as   mi 11 inter   ol'  labor, lcs.1 than two   years   ago.  This activity ou his   pint   ilhis  trales his anxiety to  come   personal ly in touch with labor con  (Jitious throughout   the   Domiii  ion.    By doing so   he   can   un-  ��������� doubtcdly promote legislation ol'  the kind needed,    Up to date lm  hns-shown   hunt-ell'  u   minister  who believes iu a thorough  firs I  hand investigation of all  matters  pertaining   to   his    office.    To  these methods a large measure of  liis efficiency cnu be traced.    In  saying that he   has  earned   the  confidence of the great   majority  cf the wc.!:������.���������/:- of tho <.<*u:il:y v.c  ���������Jo uot think uc.u'K.'K.'uiu'alc hit,  worth,:'  Just received���������A consignment  of steel and rubber tired buggies  democrats, waggons, clc. LDxtra  shafts, wheels and polls kept iu  slock and made by the celebrated  manufacturers, Huuev &  Com-  * v 1  puny, Montreal. Conic and inspect these before going elsewhere.���������George 13. Liightou,  Cout'tenay, B. C. *  It is rumored that spine persons  in town havo stated that it is  their opinion that the Colliery  Company was behind the recent  robbery on Union Bay ro.ul aud  (hat it was a put, up job for tlie  purpose of keeping the poli 0  hero- or increasing tho force,  .'���������ii'st, tho Company wore dyiui-  milo fiends, and tried to blow up  tho Trent river bridge, and now  thoy nre highway robbers. What  ins'iuo babblings.  .- Mr, and Mrs! L.  and family, arrives  Bench'" on Saturday  ci 111 vor and will summer."thei'e*as  usual, Mrs. R, Dowdall and  'family are also there from Victoria. Mr. O. ' II.* Tnrboll and  family expect to go down this  week,-.also' Mrs. J.- W. lirydun  and children, who are up' 1'i'oiu  Victoria.  Messrs Roe and Buchanan, two  clerks iu tlie Royal   Bank   here,  were held up on  the   Union   Bay  road on'-.Kriday afternoon, at about  0.o'clock, on tlieir way home from  the branch at Union Bay, and rob-  A'iod-ci over ������2,000.    The, clerks,  were jogging quietly along, when  at about three 'miles from   Union  .Bay,    two   masked   men   sprang  -i-rom-beh i ml-a-st-u m p-atid~pres'cn t-  iug revolvers   at tliein ��������� de'maned  that, they deliver tip   tho   money,  which, they .did.    On   the arrival  oiHhe' robbed men 'in   town' the  police'wc*"������ notified and  iinmwli-.  ately left for the scene of tho robbery.    Up to the present the robbers have not been located.  THE CORNER STORE  Two Popular Young;.  , 'People of This' \  "'   ���������'. City Married  H  1  BIRTH���������At Ciimbei'laucl on  Wednesday, July "U-h, . lo tie  wife of Mr, Frank J, Dulby, u  daughter,  Miss Rhoda Bieklo arrived  home from Victoiia on Tuesday  ovcuiug.  Mrs, Findley, niother of Mis,  Frank Ramsay, arrived in town  o . Tuesday evening 11 oin Vancouver.  I) U 0 U tJ U for CiJtirteuay.  aK  -���������-la���������--  The above reward will be paid  for information leading to the  tirresl and conviction of tho two  bandits who held up and lobbed  the two clerks of the Royal Bank  while returning from Union Bay  on the afternoon of Friday. Jn'y  .fill, Thot; n.t-ii w-.'io dMjk  clothes nnd dark slouch hats.  Holh spoke with a foreign f,c-  cent, were about thirty-five \c.us  of age, one had a limp, and both  were about 5 feet 9 inches in  height, Communicate at once  with any of the branches of the  Royal Bank, or Provincial Police. Tlm men are supposed to  be traveilu''*' r/'i'th.  Wedding Bells.  Mrs. Minnie Hoe, widow of  tho late John L. Roe, and Mr, R.  HanPon, of Victoria, were united  iu marriage on S.tnrdav afternoon  in the Holy Trinity church. Rev.  Franklin*. Watson olliciating. Mr.  and Mrs. Hanson left the samo  afternoon in Mr. George Rou's  auto en route for Victoria,  ������      O     ���������  At Holy Trinity church, Cumberland, on July /|tb, by the Rev.  Franklin-Watson, Mr. Wilo\  Beard aud Miss Pearl Col I woll,  both of Cumberland.  a   a   a  An  exceedingly   pretty  wedding was solmui/cd ut Ml, Peloid  Anglican  church,  Comox  Buy,  011 Monday, Tuly7th, when Cap".  Chas. Moulin of  ihe   steam tu>,'  Joyful, and   Miss   Alviu   Satin  dersou, were united iu the bonds  of Holy Matrimony .   The bride  who ws given away bv the ge  ninl postmaster,   Mr. C*-ril l'ie  cy, was becomingly gowned in >���������  white loco dress  wiih   veil   ami  oraiigc blossoms, and   can led   i-  beautilul bouquet  of   pink   a:������*  cream    roses.   Miss    t'ath* 1 u-  llVlvl   UklvtiVi^U  tu\,   . ^ ,   BIRTH-At th'eC. & U,'Hos-  pit'al Cumberland, July 8th, to  the wife of Mr, Fred lliggins,  Union Bay, twin sous.   :���������^   ��������� Mr. P.,1'. Harrison, our local  barrister, on behalf of T. I). McLean and, other taxpayers, ' who  objected to the school tax por  tion of the City Tax By-Law  whicli the present council framed  up aud put through, caused application to be made before the  Supreme Court lo quash tliat  part of the by-law, a*' assessing  full value on improvements,  whicli was considered illegal.  The application camo up I'or hear  ing a few dajs ago the city being  represented by Ii. A. McLean,  former deputy attorney-general.  Thejippiiealiou  was   granted  wiih cos's against   the   city.  A refund will have to bc made  on all .school taxca paid.  Mr. D D. McRae, of the firm  =of=McR-aerAc;tOii-&=H=aymanT-of-  tIiis city, was married- at Victoria on Thursday; July 3rc,< l������  Isabell third daughter of Mr.  aud Mrs. -Harry Murdqck," of.  South .Wellington, kikV formerly of tlu.--city. Mr. McRae returned 'home alone. Mrs. ' Mc-'  Rae remaining with her parents  on a short visit. We .wish Mr.  and Mrs. McRae every success  and happiness through life.  <&  uccess  y^p-i-i-in'iii-'H **"*0' '"^'"^" *""' **'���������***  The front of the Cumberland  Hall has a. very much improved,  appearance.  * Mr. Hugh Mitchell arrived on  Tuesday evening from Vancouver. We hear Chat Mr. Mi'ch-  ell in'-euds starting a'blacksmith  shop here.   4>   Mr. P. P. Harrison,  barrister,  left by Sunday's boat   on a business trip to Vancouver.   .  it  ___ 0��������� ��������� ���������  Several coal lwlen cars for the  washer at Union . Bay, jumped  lho track on the first trip down  ou Tuesday morning, and were  badly smashed up. Quite a  piece of the track was torn up.  Trallie was soon resumed  ��������� Saturday, July 19th, will be  pay-day. U is said that the  pay-roll will be full); 8100,000  for the mouth. Many larger  places than Cumberland would  like lo have'a pay-roll like thi-*.  Watch the  hair disappear off  of Uiincan's head.  The .Automobile   -Association's  Dance Given  LcistTiu-irday    <  Was Most Enjoyabk   ���������'  ��������� '   Affair1 \, '������������������-,   r  The bnll and supper' given   by ���������  the Cumberland oiird   Courti'.'nav  Automobile Association . in   th&  Courtenay   Opera,   Houpc    nnd ������������������  Riverside Hotel on   Tuesday e*y-.  euing, was a grand success, even  though the  attendance  was- not  what it should havo been.    The*,  hall was most   tastily. (Itc-raied ;  by Mr. T. K. Ranks,   who deserves much praiso for  his   artist u*  work.    Mnny of the ladies   were .  haiidsomly gowned, which added  greatly to the charm of llie evening.    Harvey's   Orchestra,  Na  naiino,   furnished    the    music,  which was simply a dream   and ,  greatly    enjoyed.    The    1 upper  served by "mine host',   Foclmer  win excellent,   and   made many  wish that life wns  but * one loi.g  supper, seived by ������������������Feck,''    'lho  automobiles owned  by ihe Asso  cintiou were busy all the coning  conveying   those  attending   the  ball.   The As-toeia'iou is to   be  conjj-atulaiid on  the   Kiioress   of  I))is.   its   first  effort  in   ihU di-  ivr-lion     Unfoi'l'.inaicly  some of  the officers   of the  ,"Vs"*iatioii  could not att'iid,   being away on  business.  aamm*M*nmr'~i ******** *v*J+-\m,o 1**  tt ttWWhtmWm.+*L*XM*W *FWW'i>WI*>* *"**'  ������*^*mm*um-~" >m\**9m***'M  FOR SAUK���������A Cvpher* In-  ciilmtor, capacity "-JM eggs,  Apply this (JtHce,  '   ���������i.  little Floe Piercy acted as llow^r  girl.    The groom was  ably sup  ported   hy 'Mr.    John   Smi-h  The church was las'ily   decoia  ted wit11 ferns and   IIwiums, ro   s  uf ail tints b-'U>; gica'L iu   <. i  deuce,    The ceieinouy was p r  formed by the Vict;*,   thi:   U< v.  Friiukliu Walsou,    A.    sump'11  ui" wedding breakfaM wa-iMiV'-d  at the Fort Augusta Hot**-!-  ... lin*  :77X7  '!|il|ii!  li!1!'  iSli.'  ib  ������i   :'li,i:ilil i ,'i  |il|ili:i!liiX--    ^Jillililhilihlii'lilllllnliil  See our later.it shipment in   MEN'S-  m  F*    ,1   P \A j/T  Is   V*a   *" ya?'  rutin olnfirln-bronHtcd utylo v.iUi Lr.nl p-,**-''���������:���������    '-V'" ^  Pantn, und v/lti. ail lho o-aion'-^ ln,toB'. imp ov.-mor.'.'*  I.i jjovollj- .-ioViiniT  "Wo havo now in f,tot.lt 01������ nftm b*t.ri*;������.������t n-iT" i"������ "f}u i������R" !  *-j^ *'    '    *,���������-*(K- ��������� ���������'  itr.  SHIRTS  I  via h ivo yot nltown maitu ia 1;n������ Cambrlci nnA Z"������ihyri in  jn'timn nnd rtripoi' Jn t'inic ������������������ y!t������  CAMPBBLLS  ������wws������cw������i������������cj^^ -w *  VfMWWJWiwm ������  TM>|W ������������������������������. y#<W*������������W���������> HUl.lM'I.W'fl ��������������������� '  *^������ ^uiw,m.. .>^*ft,-mv*#t ���������������������*.������, ���������THE NETfS. CUMBEBI.AJTD. B. C  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Proitpt Rel el    Permanent Cu e  A Going Concern  .Minium bonelit a btishieai through  ii agent -as :i going concern In flrat-  l;iss condition. Alter sis months  <��������� raited, but look lita trouble lightly.  M������eliiiK tile agent some tinn later  i- said: Do you remeniUer selling ma-  business  ns  a  EOins  concern?  Sore Back, No Fun,  Cure It To-Day  Rub on "Nervil ne I  ���������atid  a gone.  D II    t   W m      ���������  /t^-^^^SSz^-zf  rwwnwwr  C^i^rK s  Back Sufferers  BABYS OWN TABLETS  IMD FOR TEN YEARS!  J/ERIBRITE VENOILI  The Little House  which it  rlnils ot verbs, verb*  s i-ompoaed of minute .  are called minute cells  Keep  falling  off  every  ua is a college for sirls.  ARLINGTON  Mr. Coudiic!  l wilful arceilt  moment?  s' siihiainly does, boss. Wii;  ased tie f-oril fo' tilings Hat  ���������  preacher didn't even  feno's-  l>r. Morse's  Indian Root Pills  i exactly meet the need which so often  ftrbes in eve; y family for a iiicdicint  to open up and regulate the bowel*  Not only are they effective In all  iM*������d *ilc for ������������������*  * dllTf-'-llll-.' Ill HlU'\ lm  .���������en tlii!! noll'ill'v ,itnl Uu  ������ man in N,.W Veil-; t,  i-lred ll-UbniMli. hor !<i  i-  rrlemU  .-njo,  on Biiner������tiil*JiiH almm Hn  Hiu-���������I'm ho n im utit,,;)-  y I doci'i |i!,.. ii b^-mi,.  .vliiu*  liml   list*-';.  y DODDS '!  fKIDNEY^  &t.:PlLlSJl.  -J^#LkidnevJ</  'li,.     Ur, RMfT75^"Xrl'lf&"'>   ���������'  6oc. a box or fix Uxes for S2.50,  at all dealer*, or The Podd* Medicine Company, Limited,    Toronto,  Kriiceiuaii found a' negro a; tno  k one morning acting rather sus-  sly in the neighborhood of some  utises. Here, you! shouted (lis  man. What are you doing  Nothing. Well. 1 think you  Explain now or I'll pull  I should wo  I should fret  I should marry i  She should  ilo io jail.  1 should vo-iy i  stipation, but they help;  ���������icdLiy iu ureaking up a Cold or La  Grippe by cleaning out the syste>������  andpurifying-thablood. Inthesamt  . way they relieve or cure BIHousoe**,  Indignation, Sick Headaches, Rheum*  Mism and other common ailment*  In the fullest sens* of the words Dr.  Morse'* Indian Root Pills are a  | A Hociehold   P'���������=dy  They had lieen .married -just two  mouths and they still loved each oilier  devotedly. He was in tue bacli yard  blacking liis shoes.  Jack, site called at tiie top ot her  voice. Jack, come lipra, quick!  He knew at once that she was in  imminent, danger. Ha grasped a  tick and rushed  up  stairs  otbe  Use  room breathlessly,    and  looking ont of the window-.  Look,  said she,  that's  th  boanet 1 want you to get u  rerei! the  aid   the  oin' nothingl      You se  r in our church choir.  iiar. got io do with you  . heap, boss���������a heap.  I   ain't  '\Vell, what's  helug here?  i slugs tenor  "onu* along, sniil  ' un. boas, hoi'  .  siiiRfl   bass  is  'iinmilf   li  doliWUvi  :, 111 I'  Miss Sweetleigh���������So you are now  real  doctor ot medicine.  Dr. Xewgra.i���������Yes, hu: if T had y  fcr a patient I would think myself  Coctor of divinity.  SOME HUE MEAT,  IND GANNA EAT"  SB B rus tersely describes the  oor, djspeplks. But their  ca v so desperate as *wlien  B For the -man who has the  ood ca    eat iritkout suffering for  follows the meal with ������  N   Dru Co D   pepsia Tablet.  ui   table tablets banish tlie  chronic dyspeptic���������tha  w iotis���������the sufferer frona  h , gas on the stomach or occa  sional indigestion.   You can. eat hearty . .  meals of wholesome food���������and digest  thein,  too���������if yon take Na-Dru-Co,  Dyspepsia Tablets,  Compouuded by expert chemists, after  probably tlin best formula known to  medical, science, tiiey are quick and  certain iu their action,1 giving prompt  relief from all forms of stomach trouble,:  ton iug up and strengthening the digestive organs nud brln ging about permanent  A matt is no stronger than his stomachi  Fit yourself for your best work by  taking Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets. .  50c. at -your druggist's. National Druj  -__.. ���������.-.._.=-i. ������_ -" "aiiada, Lin " *  , rus  inuUmi.*  II, unlit tin* lady, fi-aqut'iit nudj  ilerioii-i ilii*'ls !iav,- brtun occurring  my ftiiui* for a long time, Thus,I  n' il!sn[iiioiir..'il luxi we������k a motiir-j  ii, a hroom, a ho\- ������f golf batln, 11!  rl-rtliitvlwiil. " 'llcli.'ii;ii-y, and halt  HI <!��������� Pint  Aha I  roiildi' r,f rtlict'locli Hol--i  ntndont iiiuh'i-golne i>.\ni*iiiiiailoiii  lie i-viiK-Ipk's of iiic(iliuni'.-H. won]  it:  Why will not a pin stand ou  loliit'.'   1IJ retuniPd the following  rer:  <n the lirst plape, a point is  defined by Kiicliei as that which hath'  lai-u and uti niagnitHde, and how  a  !>In si ami on  thai  which  hath  .arid and no iiiriguimde'.'     Iu tbe  second tilacc, a pin'wilt not s I und en  head, mii-Ph I-sss. therefore, will it  nd  on   lis    uolnt.    Thirdly,    and  ly. ii will, if you slhjl; H In hard  Loudon.���������Tlie r.dmiralty has order-  d some watchdogs from Jia|or Rlch-  rd=on for nielii duty at Gibraltar.  Many formm' toa nnd coffei' drlni  1 who liUV" int1 lit nl Worlt lo pcriVii-iu i  f tit!'*1!- dny, have round u lielipr i>a-i  ���������liy mid BiTnini' i-nduruucH by un-'  ! iMsiiiui liDiicnd of lo-i ami i-uBfee,'  1 had drank ruff no tor ulmiil twenty ,  iin. nud Hually. had wliai tbe dot--  tor called "coffee1 IrcaW." J was iier-i  vouh anil fMreniuly.^lespnnilent; huUi  MUle motitiil or physical's.trfliiglh Ieri.l  had kidney irouble ond catisttpation."i  ClVn In j'isi bb du nn ful becain,.' ;t -  contains caffeine, the same drug':  found  In  coffee l.  "Tin* tlrsl noticeabii-; lienefit d'erlcnil  Eroiu tlin irliaus^ from cutter tn Postum  woh in*1 ual.iirul acllou ot tlio kkill u-.-a nnd howtils, It twii wnel'u my  heart   uctlun   wn*   lii-eutlj-   Improved  am! 1  iendy,  after iln' tlinir sclectlou oi the mtislc-  ii!-\ 1 havi liaduome oxcltlng exper-  |i*iu\-,j, Coiiilni*! ovor hi^ro from New  Vitik 11 i,;t'i*llil'' Ktoi'ni arose, and I  Iind in sIiik iii unlet the piiMBoiifScrs.  I became lean dr-npondent,  aud Hip desire t. ��������� ho active afinlu  siiowed proof of renewed physical  ami mental titreugti.  "1 am steadily Ealnins in physical  strength and brain power. 1 formerly did nieulal work anil had to give  it up on account of coffee, but since  usiuE Postum -I am doiue hard mental  labor with less fatigue thai: ever be-  Name given hy Canadian Postum'  Co.-, Windsor, Out.  Poalum now couins In Hew, concentrated form railed Instani Postum.  It ia regular. Postum. so hrocossed at  Ihp facUiry Ihat only the soluble portions are reiuliifd,  A spoonful of Inatunl Poslnm -with  hot water, ami Hiigui- and cream to  produce   iiimniit'y  a   dolk-lvtiB  hoveiaee.  Wrlto for the   link   jiouk,  Vtdad 10 \VelIvllle.'-  ���������!Tliere'������ t Hen-juu" fur I'o.  "Tito  "fflBilk      This .label' has ���������. ' ���������  y     no "second grade  THERE'S only one quality of Canada Cement.    It la U������-  highest quality that can possibly be made with modem  equipment, scientific methods and rigid inspection by expert chemiiti.  The Conad������ Cement you buy iot * garden wnlk 11 tha ������ma  cement that il told by tho trkinload for gienl dam*, elevator* and bridge*. The  engineer* in chargo af thete great workt have ���������mplfl ftcilitio* lor feitlng the qusllly of  cement  Canada Cement  come* up to tltalr moit rigid requiiement*.  The firmer hu Hat tlie") faetlitioi For teiting the quality of cement. He muu hny  ��������� product upon -which he can depend for ���������, grade that it always 0/ highlit quality, and  that therefore doe* not nnd to be tested.  You can place absolute reliance upon the quality ol Canada Cement.  It'* ulwayi the lame and alway* the beat. The large output���������which enable* u* to  tctip ihtprjee down, enable* ua alio to maintain the factory equipment and organbatioM  (hat keeps tht qiiali'j> tip.  A Canada Cement label appear* bn eveiy bag and barrel of j genuine Canada  Cement.   See that it'* on the bags and barrel* of cement that you buy.  ���������mHTTE for ������i������ t.������ b������k " Wh.t th. FinmCra Da "Willi Cenweje" , It fc������ told ��������� hnndnd thnUHnd  Aiidriw Faraitn' Information Dapxtoiint-  Cah������da Cement Company Limited, . Montreal  There ia a Canada''Cemeht dealer in your neighbourhood. ' p.  i  TIIK NEW**. 'CTmW,"HY.A\T). B. &  ���������v...-,.\  ������.;  (oY  THE RACCOON AT HOME  j CatcTiTntj *-. cccp.  I, Anglers have mnny superstition!, bo!'.  probably tho most,curious I* *, recipe  i foi- catching carp, which iru to the  effect that they, could always be taken  ROMANCE  OF  A  RIFLE.  i  SAVED BY A GHOST.  HE IS AN EXPERT CLAM-FISHER | wlUx a g0\a book aud that If tho gold  AND IS FOND OF APPLES.        j was perfectly pure no bait .would-be  . ,| needed.  Canadian Naturaliit Tells ot tlie Habits of Ons of America's Most Inter-  Rear Admlrale.  Tbe first ulao rear admlrnUi In the  esting  Fur-Bearing Animals��������� Rac j United States nary receivo each a eal-  coons Will Hive In Deserted Caves \ary, at $S,000 a year, the second nine  of Foxes or Woodchucks and Often  Make Tlieir''Nests In Hay-Mows.  I wandered across tho fields ns the  ���������hades ol twilicht wore giving way to  $6,000 itnd captains $4,000.  Lightning  [n  South Africa!  In   South   Allien,   where   thunder-  storms   i\re   terrific,   lightning   often  It Linked a  Soldier With Two Wuri  Twenty-two Y������ars Apart.  VTbllo   Mr.  Vrederic   Martyn   wan  serving In Africa.with the French Foreign. Legion there came under Ills notice an incident that  lie  records ln  "Life In tho Region."   The legion had  advanced against the Dahoman nrrny  ', and was ,1b pursuit of the black warri-  ' era.  I A Dahoman warrior was killed In  j the act of leveling his gun at Oapuiii  j Baltreau of tbo, legion from behind a  ! cotton tree on Uio sido of n nearby hill.  the  Curiout   Story   ot  a   Specter   and  Lonely Yorkshire  Moor*.  lt Is not often that we near of a  ghost saving a man's life. There is,  however, an instance, nnd it seems to  be tolerably well atltlionticaled. and  materialists will hardly know how to  account for it. Here is the'story, It  Is of the Yorkshire dales and of a good  many years ago. "' ,:  A clergyman whose duty lay In Unit  wild country, where a-strong race of  men and women lived principally on  bacon nud  oatcake, used to ride' or  ie Common Man��������� "Why Ik ft you ae-  <urs wear heavily furred coats tn all  seasons?  Groat. Actor���������Tho fact is, uij* dear  felk'w, my profession is the only one  liable to frosts lu all seasons.-Sydney  Utiiletiii. ��������������������������� ���������  To debate matrimony !=''���������'  Attempted.   She wns tiy. :  . HlsarRiimenls wero ;;ooil, mid tfi*  ~ ,W|so jiulse announced a tie.  ���������Olii-jiuiinU liiiQiilier.  MAY VISIT DOMINION  MISS.BEATRICE HARRADEN IS AN  UNMILITANT   SUFFRAGIST.'  a bright moonlight,'and  as  1  drew'!strikes the beds of ironstone, and bluo  I flames, sometimes firing buildings, are  alleged to play about "such Ironstone  outerowpi  r storm.  j As ho fell his rifle clattered down at ,-waIk to visit the people.   Ho had been  raising a  subscription   In a  time  of  near the river 1 hoard a v.'h?sUe, Raccoon no ijotiht! Silling down quietly,  I waited for somo lime. Then camo. a  faint splashing in the water. Still 1  could see nothing. Another wait ol ton  itiitiuUv-'. and tho reward came*. There  was a family ot raccoons llshing for  rivcr oln;ii**.' Wading in Uio shallows  they - reached down into, the "wator"'.  One would fetch up a clam or crawfish;-there would boa scramble for  a moment; then ihe lucky chap would  open tho shell,* wash Ihe clam, and  devour it. The careful manner, in  which 'they washed all this kind of  food, proved oj more than passing  interest. ���������-,._.*'  :   A wild-grape vino,growing clor-c by  was inspected, fruit'sampled, then a ] The ministl.y 0r wa> maintains control  whistle sounded, m the distance.   \\ tu   om%   j, (h iep nijjeons m ^c coua.  at once started  soon were lost to  \ tho. officer's very . feet*.. Captain But-  ' treau saw thut it was aii old chasse-  pot iind,picked it up out of curiosity.  -   - ,,       , ���������        ...       Suddeuly ho became very much inter-  outcroDPiugs two or threo hours after , ^^    n<) exnil)5mjd ,t cai.efulIv an"j  ! at last eiclaltned with a gasp of iiston-  Hook keeper (to bossi���������Mr. Grouch, I'm  going to get married,  Grouch-Glad to hem* it. Vou won"I  lm so -ill,, tired* anxious lo.gei home  early.���������Boston Transcript.  Berlin.  Plate ghiFS, Pilsener and policemen  are tho three most striking features  of Merlin, says a London paper, but  the lighting of the streets Is a good  fourth. ,  Carrier Pigeons.  During the siege of Paris the practical utility of carrier pigeons was  forcibly demonstrated, tho result being  that tlie scientific breeding of the birds  has boon carefully observed ever since.  i tshment:  | "Well, this'Is a miracle! Here Is tho  ! very. rifle I used In 1S70 during tho  i war with Germany 1 Seo that hole tn  I thu butt? That waa made by a Prussian bullet at Salnt-Prlvat. ��������� ,r could  i tell the gun from among a million by  | that.mark aloue, but here's my num-  i bee stamped on It as well, which is  .evidence enough for anybody.    Who  scarcity aud hnd to bo out late at night.  'One evening on liis outward journey  ho suddenly became awti.ro of.������ liguro  moving beside lilm, and In tho gloam--'  Jug ho recogul-'.ed his brother, who luifl  died some time before,     lie was too  .awestruck for words, and after keeping by his side for some distance oyer  the lonely moor the figure disappeared. Ilo noted the time nnd tlio vision,  but nothing occurred to throw any light  upon It.  I However, some years after he had  taken the duly at a jail in another part  1 of the country'one of the prisoners ly-  ,'ne life Is nil we lime lo live.  Why cling to'hale or H.eorii a audio?  'J'iie joys we fiidn und iho.sd ve t'lvo  Are nil thai inuUo tho world  worth  while,  ���������Chiriaeo Nuws.  She   (meaningly!���������Do   yon  'consider  kissing really dangerous'���������.  ' lie (meanly)���������Yes; it -often brings on  marriage.���������New York Journal.  ,: Authoress of Ships That Pass In the  Night   Declares   That' Men   Have.  ; Seen Asleep For Several Generations and That Women" Have  Progressed ��������� Favorite Reading Is  Hardy, Austen- and Bible.  Ilcalrice Hnrruden. who a score or  ������������������ mure- years ago  made a stir in  Uses  i'',nglish.s;jeai-.ijig world with hor novel,  ,'-'Ships That Pass-In the'Nighi,,"'.will  1 jirribably vj,Mt Canada in'the near iu-  lure.   Miss lliirradcu has some mdt-'al  views on the suffrage question.   Sins  U not credited with being extremely  militant  to   tlie ox tout  ot-throwing  .-lone:-,  blowing up  Government otli-  .cial's, ��������� kidnapping   their   oitildrcn   cr  would have thought It possiblo that I * ing under sentence desired to mako a  it a call? They ai  across Ihe field', and  \icw. As 1 returned to the house 1  passed��������� some corn stacks. There was  a rustling .sound in Uie stubble. Next  morning there was evidence that my  friends oflhc previous .evening had  sampled tho milky cobs oi corn after  .passing through the orchard, where  ���������no doubt they sampled some tcmpl-  ii:;-? "snows" and " wealthy=." .,  One evening thus spent, watching  thc.-e pretty aiiimals gave a hundred  times more 'pleasure than" hounding  ard shooting tliem. Tlieir routes invariably lay along" slccams and  ditches, and in following such, 1 have  known them to_ wander through towns  and vilhigcs at" night during autumn.  1 recall having seen a mother raccoon and three young climb a tree  near a-residence iii the town, oi Clifton, J, pointed them out to a number  of persons,, who informed me that  there were a few all.the timo around  the Old River (Jorge near Niagara  whirlpool.' .  - - When ���������wintcr sots in, they usually  retire to dens in trees or hollow logs;  and not a fcwJive in the unused dens  ot {0x03' or woodchucks. Jn these  .dens, they   remain   in   a  semi-torpid  try. The price of .1 carrier nt'Havre  varies from $3.S0 for an ordinary subject to 5250 or more for a prize winner  In a race.' , ' 0  Cost of Glass.'  The cost of glass would bo much  cheaper if.it wore not for the great  amount .of breakage in the manufacture and transportation of the article.  should pick, up iu Africa, as tt captain,  a rllle that I used In France as a sergeant twenty-two years ago?   It ls.iu-  i credible."  I Captain Ualtreau was able to prove  1 that the rifle liad indeed been liis, and  ��������� he received permission to keep It-  THE COAL SACK IN THE SKY.  - Gold as Medicine. ''  To the ordinary uses to which gold is  put the natives of Tudia add one that  Is somewhat ciirio.us. According to  the bullion report of Messrs. Samuel  Montagu &'Co., guld in the form of  thin leaf is swallowed lu India "for  medicinal purposes. ���������**   '  Ash Wednesday.  Tho earliest Ash Wednesday was on  Feb. 3 in (he year SS7 A. D.  It Is Visible Only Because It Contains  Nothing That ,1s Visible.    ,  Immediately below,,the lower stars  of the group which forms tho Southern  Cross there Is a black patch in the sky,  dark, sack shaped aud. mysterious.  Scientifically accurate astronomers explain that it is not a patch, but rather  something which becomes visible by  reason of the anomaly that it contains  nothing that is visible.  Tbo lay mind, preferring bald reality  to abstract truth,-Is somewhat startled  to learn that au object is seen'becausa  there is uolhing in it to see, but no one  can dispute the.fact. The coal sack is  visible because it contains notlihig that  is visible. - ���������  confession. Arter telling htm of a lot  of crimes he snid: "1 wor very near  onco taking your life. sir. lt was In  that bad year, aud I beerd as how you  went carrying money about'in thoso  lonesome dales. I hid.behind.tho big  bowlders of the brown moor. I saw  you coming up and waited till: you���������*.  i-ho 11 Id be near.enough, but that night  you were not alone."  * This Is a 'startling tale and the  stronger because lho vision or whatever if was was seen by two people.  The anecdote ocenrstn an article twenty years ago In Macmillan's Magazine  by LadyoVcrney.. .     c     ���������  Pome years uso the suges spake the wel-  cciino household word  That children should ho seen at times, but  * never, never hsr.nl.   '  ll's different with the'dictograph, for her*  : is a. machine    -.     '  Thut should lie heard when spoken to, but  never, never kccii. ' 1  -Cleveland 'Plain Dealer.  Mother    (entering    bedroom)-Why,  children, what are you crying for,?  Bobby���������I wauua dink.  Mother-Well, I'll'get you a drink.  Elsie, what are you crying for?  '   Elsie-You didn't boar Bobby, mamma,  so  I  was' helping  him  cry.-St  Louis 11 op ub lie.  Tho snow's on tho ground.  ���������Anil the bees haven't hived,"  But tho uovernnieni seeds  Have already arrived.  ���������Detroit Free Tress,  ABANDONED. INFANTS.  1  'be"in to ramble.    This is the begin-  Turriips..  When turnips are young wash them  off carefully and boil without peeling.'  Ycu will find the thick rind will cool:  as tender as any part of tho vegetable  The "Baby Post" Once Did a Rushing  Business In England.  :    There ouce flourished in  England a  1 regular "baby post." the rates of- postage being fixed on a strictly business  basis,, according to distances traversed.  ! The curious institution came into existence iii connection with the. found-  ��������� ling hospital in Guildford street. When  Qrst-established   it  Mother (after readiug pathetic story)  ���������Now, Reggie, wouldn't you like to  give your bunny to that poor lidle boy  you saw, today who hasn't any father?  Iteggie (clutching rabbit)-CouIdn"t  we give him riither'inslcad?���������runci .  ltate_ unUl__lhoJattor_part oi ^"iLamrthe flavor will be nmch Improved,  n,ry_or^ariy^ii~:\iHrciTrwncn-t"ii'j~iiiiiiL'b���������   ��������� ��������� *���������  In other words, It is a vast hde In j tuis  chnrity   w?s nnovn..am  the stellar system In which, there is not' ^i���������*'^^ rIIT**4 its  even'a pinch-of stellar dust to shed a I ���������ald be ���������uu>f lllTlZiTLnn  ���������.'-,        ��������� ,     .     ..       ... ���������    x   3   ,1     environs.. But the people ot luecoun-  flicker. of luminosity.    It. is typically  tu''luua-   ���������uul        '    '       ,    . ,.      ,  ,    , . ,     ,., . . *    trv towns and vu ages beard or u and  and   absolutely   the   quintessence   of . y���������   -"      ,   .,  n ?������������������:,,-,��������� ,��������� .i������������������  , .     ��������� showed a decided disposition to snare  blackness. - 1 .._   ���������_     i.,������������������J.������������������.I...__l���������>n/ie_iiiG__iiii'ihv_L(Mii--  "He didn't think .he .ought to-be -.  . Forever in lho spotllglif-.glare.  When people were, applauding ho  '  Believed in Ictlins others share,  lie otten sat in silence when  Another fellow had the floor.  And thus anions his feilowiuen -,  Ho never came to ba a bore.  , ���������Chicago Record-Herald.  KEATlllCli  1IKRI1ADEN'.  burning the mails, but she says that  ������������������.onion arc bettor prepared .than men .  , .0. stand alone, that men have been  ' HS-lerp  for several generations,  while.  jiily women have progressed.  j    Biography  is'Miss 1-Iarraden's lav-,  ���������j nrite reading, and the. stories told by .  ! Thomas Hardy and .lane .Austen her  i tiivorile    novels.    "And,   .oi   course-  '"George "Meredith's poems and"Shelley,'  ! and. ofeourse, that amazing book, the  ' Bible," she"declared recently. "But 1  ���������' ilon't read nearly so much as i  used  * lo do.   For the moment active life in-  : I crests  me   more  than   books;   and   1-  ioarii more-by taking part in it than  -That   dressmaker's'  model   always   by "contemplating it.'  wears  a   long   wrap.'when   sho  goes  ninj of "the mating,, season. Mr. W.  Webb, of KdonvaJe*. Oflt., when .hunting to.\es:-had his dogs run .1 fox into  n de'n. " In digging Keynard out. ho  also captured two line 'coons with very  dark i'ur.' fully "four feet under  ground. They had made tlieir den in  a branch hole of the fox den. M.rt  11. Freeman, of Wasagn, also caught  raccoon's in traps set at dens in tlie  banks of a stream.  The,**e incidents show that raccoons  will live in old fox dens and caves.  During Uie"* month of March, 1012,  Mcssr,*. H. Adamson and W. Webb,  ot Kdcnvnle, tracked 11 male raccoon  to a.large elm tree. Felling the tree,  they got throe line raccoons.- and a  hive of,.wild honey bees in the same  limb nf ihe tree. The, raccoons had  just L-omiuenced to feed upon the  honey. Two pails of fine clean honey  was also secured.  A full grown female raccoon will  give birth to from four to f-.cven "kits"  at 11 time' J. have known a mothor  raccoon lo"givo birth to five ''kits"  in a don on a hay mow in an old  log-burn alongside of one of tlie most  tnivelorl roads in Simcoe county.  There Ihey remained for about four  days. Often an inquisitive pair of  eyes would peek over the. edge of tho  iyiow, only tn be met by the steady  gfli'.u nf the large snapping eyes ot  tlio mother. Sho showed 'no four or  uiiROi* at any time. She removed them  to thu Woods ono eveninp.   *  When a boy- 1 captured a yoinr,'  raccoon near my home. I' placed him  in a ciiiTc. aud^enli-rliiined myself wiih  'vjslnns'nr a jolly pet. That night'the  mothor nnvoon cinne right- up '������ the  house, -lif-wcd a Imle throueh the  hill's of the ca*,''.', unci set her "kit"  free, !-,!hc'. hnd lo fiK-c lho diiupor of n  rius.-*. follii- dog niccling lior, \Vhi?u I.  ������������������-biiw llie foul-prints and work of such  it, bnivt' niullu'i'v I was ple'ftrctl ,-hc  Iind won out,  1 rci'iijl a flglit my fftithlul collie  hnd Willi a large nu-coon, 1 never raw  a llcijvi' bull!''. It wns nip and uick  111 tin' rdiirl. until ihe tacooon n������t into  a corn -r, wln.ro two lups lay at rir-hi  biikIi"-, Then Ihe dog lost grnund.  T'-.-.i fi'iriids and niy**f)i' wiihrlii'd thi*  conloM, unlil llif do-.* gnve ti|) and  lay down at mn* feet blculing and  beatcn, whili* the un'cuon run nfi to 11  Hii'c ret rent in n tree clo.-.c by. I  never i-uw this d^,' beiit-en in hiillh:  with other dogs nnd had *-ciii him  llRlit with nnd kill it lni'*;c Imb-cnt  without iissihtimce. 1  A large meuf-on will \\o\fb from j  twenty in thirty pnuml*". They am ;  covi.tcuI with a licnvy sroy fur.   On i  puoil   ; jiL'Liili'.lin   n.i    ni.   ..w H".-.   um.   1   j  itliM'-v (hf* biu'lv Tho h"i\'l, '-.wiiv' In 1  thn cluiit w.vk. hn������ a Hat iippfni'mKii*,  M'ith sharp uohc, black on end, 'fha  frtCii i.s light pii-y, uitii a hi1jn-.1i of  lilui'k iii'uiiiid tlm i')-!-*. The eni'is ni'ti  dluiit likr a t'litV.   Tin1 fore loi'y. arc  bIHll l     >. 11.. i    iV    iW.liM-itf.l,    *,M*1l,    ,im>.    11 .0  long liiif'crs and cliivs, tin,', -"-nlirc  length nf the pmv being iib'iut two  ��������� nd 11 lntlf liii.*l)i;s. TIp: hind leg? nxo  Jongi'i* nnd more powerful, being'built  mom for pilling up mi and jumping.  The hind paw i.** nb'iiit 11 v.> indu*,-*  from tin*' pninf nf t]>o .-l/iu-c tn (he li^ni.  tlio body of llm foct h'.iii',' ^hiipfd  nimiliir i'o that cf an infnni. T!"*- tail  is ipiitc s-ht'i-! and b'.-t-li;-*, v.'i'.h alt- f-  nnte rings of li-'ht grey and blm-'k  (ur The "V'v .nr..- !arg-*\ ,-ir.d wj.yu  t.r.-'A\ ul n'it'Iil ilifrio liLc'balh -'ii pTios-  pliorui, Tlic-v hnve n hrpo moutn and  pcAMrful tath. w'rti-1: th. j -.us '.ve  Ver'- "���������i'ii ��������� M.'i'l.' R'l'.i''* in in ,;i.tii;-  rfji- .Nitht.  Persian Womeni', ' ' ' .  ' *vVIth tlie Persian one cannot 'discuss  his women folk. To ask a ��������� Persian  about his wife is r. grave breach of  etiquette. The most 3*011 can do is (6  ask about tho "mother of his son." if  he has only danghlers he does uot  mention them. They are a niisfd'-Uine  to be suffered iu silence.  Because it is so and In contradiction  of all preconceived notions the human  eye can see lt without the nld of a  telescope or other Instrument.  'Between Ihe stars of the Milky way,  there are many little holes Ih the stel-  -ji)���������liS'  post!"  A.]I over the country there were men  aud  inlo   lho   business  of  carrying 'cliil  Books Nations. Publish.  "Hers Is evidently a siuisler motive.  Sho wants to cloak her designs.*'���������Bal-  women. who' entered   vigorously j timoro-American.   ���������  dren to  Loudon and depositing them . Tho secret of wealth I am Givine.  Lemon Juice.  Lemon juice with hot water forms  fin  excellent  liver corrective." Stout '  people, especially, will find it extreme- .  ly" valuable,    It should bo taken before breakfast er-ry morning.      ���������        ������������������  lar sysfein-llille by comparison., that ,>���������;  is to say-hut'one must have telescopes  and patience to find them. One need  only cross the line' to the southern  hemisphere and. locate the Southern  ' Cross In order to see the coal sack,  Mount Marcy.  The highest point ln the state of New  York Is Mount Marcy,'an Adirondack  peak which rises 5.344 feet above sea  level, according to tho United States  geological survey. The average or  moitn elevation of the stato Is estimated at 000 feet.  A Weighty Title.  The chairman of the canary bird  Evoup of nn ornithological, society in  Germany rejoices in this title which  oninraenlA his visiting cards, Kniiai'leu.  vogelKuchtvorcinsvorst.'iud,  tit the gates ot the -foundling hospital.  )'The. charge was 8 guineas from distant  I localities like York aud Monmouth,  down lo a guinea from places situated  : within thirty to fifty miles of the me-  : tropolis. The unfortunate infants were    I borne ou horseback iu panniers, two to  -_"-���������,-��������� : gg^ paouit;,., 0f in wagons lined with  Annotated Music. ��������� Bt!.aWi f0r which the charge was some-  I    The unmusical man if ho takes a cu- * -wlii-it less.  ' rlous Interest in music very often fa- j    Nuiurally  abuses grew   up  in  con-  ��������� vors "program" music.    And the rea-��������� necUon   W]t|,   t|]e  tralllc.    Hut even  son is not far to seek.    If the music , apilrt from Uie���������li tne mortality among j  ': says  nothing  to  lilm  the  "program" ��������� tho'-'posted" babies was terrible' Thus,  i does.    He thinks of the "program." : om of H0-.t received at tho hospital  therorore, as malting music more hu-1 ln four yc.u.3t GI,-y  ^,^0 lived lo he  man, connecting It with lifo. giving it j ".'tppreutlced out,"'beinga mortality of  a definite message to men.   As a mat- ,  ter of fact, however, thu "program" It j  never tho essential thing' (.1 moan hy j  "program," of course, the ollleitit liter- i  ary exphi 11:1 tlon);   Tho "urogram" ilow |  not. Interpret tlie'iuu-Me.   It Is tlio mu  Willi glad news my message Is-frausht  ���������UiRt nivo up ih& high'cost oC living  And live" on ihe cheap food for thought.  ���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  "Say,- ma, who said 'Neither a borrower nor a lender be':'"  -Some person who'd never lived In  the suburbs; Tommie."���������Life.  ippr  more than 70 per cent.  Rveutunlly parliament pjisseil *  muiisure nbnllslifiig tlio practice, and  (he "baby post" censed..-1jondou Answers.  sic Ihat lends fiomething of itself to  color and emotionalize the "progniiti."  Music is tho universal native. It is  never tho foreigner with ihe literary  person for Intotiireter.���������Glasgow Herald.  "At iilght-le-he-I always peep  Beneath lho bed ���������****  To look for men before I -sleep,"  Miss Kliier suiil.  "Wise,"   mused   Mlsu  1'ert,   "he  must  hnvo been  Who first expressed  The thousht 'Hope sprlncs eternal In  The liuinan brcost!'"  ���������Kansas City Star.-  [neanityon the Increase, ���������  The Insane asylums of all civilized !  counti'los are now ovurbunlened with ;  piitlcut.H ns never before, Dr. T. ib !  Hyslop of London, u leadings brnln ',  spociiillst, predicts that In fifty yours 1  half the world's population will bo In-  fin ne, j  A Korean Cut-torn. |  On the last tiny of each year lho I  ICorenn  thrown out of  his  lionso a ,  Bti-aw imago of a mnn, which Is wild I  to carry sins and bud luck with Iu      j    1  Grant Eflt-jt-. '  When n hen Is mini*** sick outing loo j  freely  of grass *lu������ lays  what  are :  known its "grass eggs,"   GnisH eggs 1  nre poor f-tuff. Tlioy hnvo an mipliMin-'  Couldn't Fool Him.  A witness from the country had been  sworn aud Imd taken tho wltiicsi; stand,  nud tho iiroHociitliiR nitomey, settling  down for iho examination, af-koi] nr* a  sinrier:  "Whnt is your imme, hlrV"  Tlie old man liislantly neoiinio angry.  r.eauing fur forward, lie ox da lined;  "Now, soo hero; you ci'ti't run any of  ihls monkey htisIuoKS In on me! I  heard you loll 1 lio clerk to call my  mini'", nnd bo I know yon know It ill  right, blame you iuiylioivl"~ c:iilcngo  News.  .   Looking Forward.  "And, diirlliig,',! nays (tic nrlilegroorn,  "you  nro  going  to  put  .vour   hi'idiil  n tho utile, I  nnt   flavor,   nnd   tho  yolk   wiibblos I gown away In u. trunk  uVotiiid tn a wnii lt mid watery whlto' ,,,n.V(*su'���������",._,       nnd Is groon and dull In color....  Trial Tripe,  in order to puigo hor uvoi'ugo speed ,  r vesso.l, when on her trial trip Ir mndo ,  t<������ run four times over ������ iiicasurpj ,  mlln-civlco with and twice against the ���������  tldo. 1  1  Mine Fireo, |  Cliomlcnis nn1 more cfiVclIro In fight- '  (ng mine Hro.s thnn water.  lno Beioun ^or.ao.  Thoro nro no uiiltvo Indtistflos In the  rielgltm Kongo. In ovory community  thoro Is tho vlllngo blticksnilth, who  (Mil fiifihlon knives ami spears of a  cerliiln quality, and thoro uro also vIN  I ago ii r ports (always women) In wout-  In*.*, pollcry nicking nud kindred occu-  pillion*-.  Glattt Structure.  ,    in order to detornilno tlio tcti'iictr.rnl  I r.ut'.lity of glu-w it Is tir'-css-nry to cor-  1 rod0 thfl Miffa-'1 with hyilriilnorlf ucld  ; rind thii** rovor.1 the luterl&r to Iiibihk.--  Yos, IndBedl" tiiu liriilo wiys. |  "Mnintiiii always Ktild If you ������nvod 1  tiiiytlilug for hovoii yonra yon would   angryY  llllVl. USO fOI  lt IIR!llll."-ChIfHgO I'rtRt  When Buttern Were Unknown.  How dill lho world manage for con-  tttrlos without bnttonsV   In early ngofi  ihoy woro unknown.   The voluminous  giu'morits of oriental races are still attached to their wearers by moans of  straps, as woro thoso of tlio Crocks and  Itomiii-s.   The Normans woro rospon-  uiblo for the Invention.  Tho etymology  of lho word'points to (ho derivation of  tho Idoa.   llout, tin. ond or extremity,  and  bonier, to push, show  thai lho  billion was originally n push piece, like  tho .htittoin  of our  modern  electric  IioIIh.   Tho Nor mu ns probably conceived iho Idea from tho rough knots of  tholr furniture, on which mosl likely  thoy hung tholr gnruionlH.   Onco Introduced,  buttons cmno rapidly  Into  common in'o.  The Old Man's Hint.  Mother OU IWO [>. m.l-Whnt'* iho  nml (or, .lohnV   Yon look disturbed.  Knthor-l   thought   I'd   glvo   Hint  young man calling on uur daughter a  vigorous hint tt wns timo to jro, ���������*.) I  walked right Into tho parlor mid do-!  libenilelv turned out lho gas. j  Mothor-Oh.  my!'   And  did  he  got,'  Blobbs-sThoro is only ono thing a  woman lo^s more, thnn to bo told 11  secret.  Slobbs-And that Is? ���������  Ulohbs-To   (Ind   it   out   hor9flf.-  Phlladclphlii Jleconl.  A 1o?hiiii his exit In Rlvlnir.  I,iH ll not ohiillciHio yiiur r-mlles.  llo'-clImbed lo tlio hlch coei ci liwiH  Aiid fell twenty inllc.!  -Allar.tn Constitution.  . A--c'ordinga,lo a Government return  ffcently issued, the ofiicial history ol  tlii>. South Airiciiu War cost ������34,706.  This  sounds  a  big  sum,  but it is  (tuite small by comparison with that  expended  by  the. Germans  on  their  ' ofiicial historv of the Franco-Prussian  [ War.   This colossal work tost ������240*,000,  ' and is illustrated by nearly one mil-,  '. lion maps and plans.  ,    The  official  history  of  the   Husso-  J Japanese War has only cost, so far,  ' about .CG.OO'O- but then it is not noar-  . ly  eompletod.   The, Americans,  who  I ilsualiv do ihe&e things in style, spent  j .*}1,500,'iKK) in illustrating and printing  their official hjst-orv of the great Civil  War of 18G1-65.  This is believed to be a world's re-  roord as regards expensive Goyern-  ! incut publications. In our own conn-  J try, however, the record is held hy  i the report oi the Challenger Kxpcdi-  j lion. This was a bcienliflc nxpfldition  ��������� for deep-Ken soundLng, and throueh it  j the world was first mude aware nf the  ������������������xistenee ot the deep-sea fishes���������  ���������tifliii-'c, woiujcrful* t-reature?, some  /i-tono blind, others with eyes-as big us  ' mi 11 tt-rs.   '  The report of th'm remarkable vivy-  aj-i* lill--; sonic lilty volumes and i3,000  j piigt's, and   the   coit   was   just   on  1 ������;'.wi,wxi.  "She   has   great   coiilidctico   in  liiisliiind."  "That so'-"  "Ve*.    She even lakes il for granted ' ''.vo  that he hasi fliod lho furnace for iho '  night before ho re(ii"f(.-*."--Di*tr<-'l( 1'rco '_  Prens. 1  Hlncti Ur. Toutnr aimoiiiicru  That Kliakliiif limiils I'j ������i"ni!  Hf.i'aiice It hflr-K tlio inl^roh."-  Top bI������iIsoiii<i!>' nloiii.',  I ������e������ thnt l rlir.lt f-ln-.i'ly  He forced to aulihtlliilit  Buineftli'ii-n on your e(inipItiU.n  >n ur'l.-'iit, (.'hui-to kiilulc.  -Ciileiteo Inter Oi'er.n.  I Man   In  Moon  Disappearing.  !    Prof, J. B. l-lftjo. who i\\H the chair  'nl ftrtront-my in Kini;'** College, Lon-  ' do'n,   in   an   interview   reooiitly   said  lior   thr-r-! is a olni.gu in the foi in nt ion ol  '-, llie mimntiiin-i nn'i rooks iu lho mtit.:i  1 ivhii'h  i>'  di-i'iinibh'. with  tin*  naked  'ii������,'lie I-aid.'is du.' to tho priid-  mil d"*r������y t-'f i'"  iiHiiin'i.'iiii.-.' vhniniciil  f.-ll ll-.lilidll.  I'p-h-.lily   it n*'  "iiiy   11 <pi".*-i***i>  'A  |!n:i:   wln-'n   imltirc   will'mi   ull'-r   tlm  l:u-('  tiinl  m> will h" utiiih!**   I''. di������-  I'  iii-.i'.  t'tiiit i'i' ti'Al h" utiiih!'*   l''> 'l  ii tnoi: i,[  tin- mmin.    I'r-f.  tiiieui'-li tlu' Ir-"': <t  Huh* i.ddcd: ,  "|'">rn t..t-ilny .���������eiliiin poopli* di*������'.iiire  ilw niMi"in tin' iii"''i) has tiikcn h:.-  il������i uiUiif, itiiil in hi.-- |i!iii*i' liny ''im  mill;''  mil h nmn m ith 11  luin-ili' ul  -*|. k-     t !l    Iii**    l>!ltk."    /M,  QUI I.nntlcn  Lord  M.iyor'ii Show.  Craw To nl--To do 11  thing well, you '     -,���������,.,* Mnyt-r'i- ^ 110������^ in the r*a-t w.*r������  kiiow, you must do 11 yourself, i iii,n*h  Ci'iihiiluiw-lJut you iiihis Iho fun ot t di.\.-.  kcolng tho oilier fellow work,-Judg*  GeUiiio Used tc It.  "How iiro yon getting un lu t'ocicty'/  ���������'I'lutiy   Well,'  li'Jilk'tl   MC. Ouiiiitii. j  "I hid uiu.ili mni't: ml b-jJ'ii '���������'.' ������'.v own  bouse than I used to be.    Whon we  hnvo 0 reception now people very seldom drag mo up und try to introduce 1  me   to   my   wife   an������l   daughter**."-- 1  ll'.., 1.tr ..������,...   CI" * I  ������> " -a '   "--��������� '  "**'*'���������"*'"*'"*"    ' '       |'l"  An Invitation.  "1 mipiviso," Ho vciitur������*d, "that yan  would never t-ponl* to me r.fiiun tf 1  j wero to Uins yciuV  I "Oh, Ooorgel" she timlalmcd. "lVh.f  don't you got over (lie tniblt of ftlwwji  1 looking at the woiit wide of t*JJrnr������y'���������  ' l/mdon Tit itlt*.  j Rath*' Ambifluour.  ;    Motlie/ (.id:i!',ii'������tiipf:t-"J)'),-,t i������*i Uu  n.on como to.) anat run whci; ciurl*  ! (ng.   Daughter--t'lu-rlor* Rnd I i'.--r<' ������  1 ehnlr botwccii nr.--JuApt  l''iillier~.\n������ry? Tlio young Juckn-1  nn pea wild "Thnnk you!" - Huston j  Tninscrlpt j  Vjt'e Ov*f  "Hi- l*������''n mAt mado ninn. Ixn't h"'t"  "Ilo wan.''  "Thon ho 1*1."  "No. tlio womnn ho martlcd didn't  Jlko the I'tfKiill be into wonipllhhed,  nnd 1.ho has mado him oi'ijr."-Ui)UH  (01) I'ORt.  An Eye For Hit Main Chance.        j  Ram-Will you I'-ep our cngagomont ]  boo ret   for   the   present V     f.tilu-All i  ilj,-^-   Hut whore'* lho presentV-Un- 1  d'Ui Tel^smph.  Initinct.  Wllliotit niij lirt'v'uui (Tfi'if.lii;*:������ :*hll-l  wlll i'Ur.vt tho onrl of tlit'. lirst load jn'ii*  cil 11 .'lUomptA lo write with - At *!���������!  ,  tun tiltih't.  i    Tell a tni'ti that he t������- !'*������������������''''*' n"3 liM  i Irwljf) tnim to t'O'Viii** ���������������>-������*fi*-M������-  l.lttle ili'fips of iiciisi'nife,  1 .Itlie ffiiilns nf vfM'i'  K'fcp the iHH'iiiiilnU! wnili*  l-'roin Ki'owlmT kii.V Wuiui'.  "J^poUKlie I'pOI- CMIlll II-Ul'- VlrVf,  "8u you arc bmIiik on a strikcV" .said  lho Ciifu piaruii.  ��������� Vv.-.," .--'.''-.il :.'.-  "��������� iii..-.  '���������(.itviit Hell! If 1 h.ivo pin up wllh  th!h \\hwo nil llii'se j������.;irs I d->n't *>i*  why wm cnirt."���������Wjn-l,lni;(on Star.  I.i-'.tfi' fuii llian they aie ntiwij.  What haw* wc nun -w '���������>:hi!ii- *  niliin* 11^ Uh' "triumphs" <>f J'-'lm  l.riiiiin ���������< w nr. Ililii.- Tl.ty ir,..',*. I'd 1.  Inu.'li li-itini; ������������������nui.'l, ������--��������� 1 \\h(-"h <.*l-'h-  in������ ri'iil livi lifh, An on mi 11 lni|.-i' dtil-  pliin, the hi 1 ik i'.' lit" Moor-, un ������ i-'t id-  it 11 ifi-piiiil. Tiiith, Huiiui* und a nun;-  |1(r cf 1 th' i* \ irtut:*- ilrit'.'.ii by uu-r-  in'������ii i.i'-i ii:v:na:'t-, ii ! ���������ii'<*n it''; 7,\\  ii!l!i������.:(ni   In .Un'  l.'id   niriyor''-   nam")  ,1 ,|il   I.e.*   I. V '���������   M If-   ���������   -    'I'     1   ���������-,.    '��������� -   '��������������������������� '  ,    , . t      ,    I,, ���������   ���������-. .,-'���������   -liv'li'   .������������������    ll-.'  I   \ln\i.r Wuh* "rlh   with   n  nf   llu-   !,w'  il- mi   '���������'  pl'lc    hi  IllilW'l .  .-'11 ;   IP'    prill  i.nliilCil     Mull.  ,^0 I'M: iil\< II  In..id  If 11,  I*wi lm riir-.t-r to ln.ow  Jlnve  lit������->   ili'Ulii>,t:<j|.H fi������  villi   ,  - DcriX'r lif r'.l.ic*n.  Clri".:'.!-* -V'liir 'oifo n.-i lon^r 'iliJfcU  .0 y.mr ,-liijii.s out iilvhti. ll'-.w did  ji.ii ii. ,,..,^1   .1';  llrl-jKii-l    bfcnii    *������iii'-'i.im:    'n    ihe  liml-i-   lin1   ��������� i-.ii 1   nil'     '.  -,.rtA    '��������� '    li ��������� |l  mo nt hor.if.���������P.'ii-Mi) J'r.*i:"--.r pr.  O.'i'l* .������ Ton  el C.1W.  ',    ,     1,.I '-I'i.I 'f      III      I'i    I- l-������ilU  l-.M'ilit"). Ulll*  1.111  ������  lIKillMil* .-lil."  Un nl-  *(Mif-n' n-iiipi'.'l  i   \wt!i   ul-  i,,.,,.,! ri'.-t" v-A Mit*nr i'-inj.', xw-;:;l*,i-d  ui.il-,   'I li". \i.-t i nl.'* '.wi' i*"t  wl.  ...i  ������������������n ,..*  ui* i ;i  '   ll.r-.l-  Mi   11   '  !  -.-"   ���������  1.  wo  I..  ��������� 1^  till  ll \\'.>  iu! e. 'J  ,   1  an  *  um  *r<vi ii ������������������'������������������ I' {t\t< vnn'rt it f������������t vm:  1: .1 v.mi i<...-r 'i'<'������-i'. ; ������������������ .ii.1. '.'i*  \ .1 ! r-i .'!-. I  t'C'if ���������- '!.* 'ii-i  -.!'���������. i.  \ t ., \ ,.j -. .ii. i .'��������� 1 i.,��������� ti r....'. I.-,.  ' -r  r ">**���������  1 'lit   Up  hi a i*. i'i  *'.     .    -,    ���������!  11   li.-iue  I       1  . ..,  ...   . ,���������  -,i : -, *.i  If   hi.lkir  iv  id  ~<  .    .<������  I -��'���'��� �����*!��
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i ikmiatM News. ; WATER NOTICE
'.\"r.''\' :- v -MVdnc'sdav the
���-��� <>. Cut^be.rl^nd
:'.->hi��sg   Cot-Qpany.
i'.��!**,i- will not hold itsoK
: s.'l..'. for t sio opiiijcwsol'otli-
*���*.'��� f,pP0:'r i" its polniniis.
'-.-���'. iv lime.
-.\*1'  JULY
L9J 3
���>...-.-.1.1! Ltnd-l>islti(*l.
���i *i ti-ti-,l of Com ox.
��� '���   v'-'-; "'-.'Eiii.it M.u-y Thulin of
:��� -   *> ��� i-Mtion married   woman
- ��� ���> .'; t.ly  lor permission ,tt) pur-
;..-  f'jjlowinx described .hinds:���
������-.' n* ,-u a poit  planted at   ihe.
.'.�����-..: corner iif T. I..  No.  -I-O.^S,
'���   !h   So chains, thence west ,|n
������.���!!���:���_������   sn-.i'.h -,-> chnins more or
--. c iine, thence .iloiip the shore
���Jiair.s, mure  or less  to placn. of
:���<������; ont,'lining   200 acresjitore or
Agent for M.iry Thulin
vivjust 13th, 1512.
*   USB WATER."' "
NOTICE ii -hereby giyeu that E.- qui
malt & "ffanaimo Railway, of Victoria,
B. C will apply fcr a liceijuo to take ond
use 100,000 -,'jillous per 24 'hours, of wat-ar
otit.of*Thuin��B'Cr-.-el-, whicli (Iowa ia- a
northerly dinctiou .through * Newci'-fiUc
"District and omp'it-s into Straits of Geor-
���^ii ire.r 15 miles went of-.Big Qualiiuun
lUv'vV. "I he water whi ho dimt-jil at 2900"
'.i|.-Htrcii n froni railway a id will bo used
lor fovarA railway pu-pofifcH 011 tho 1-nd
(Jp.-mi ii'.-J m RuiU'ay Right of Way. Thi.-
untikon.:*! po.-ited on tlio m'onud on ihe
3rd Any of April, 1013. Thu iipple-ili >u
wi'! ba .tiled in tho olliee of the Water Rt -
curd or nt- Victoria, 11. O. Object ions may
bo tiled with llm said Wntir Recorder 1 r
wich Uio Comptroller of Water R'-rlils,
Parliament Buddi'.KS-.'VicUria 11, 0.
"   A(,ronc
fij'116 my"
Siywaid Land .Pistiij-t.'
District of Comox.
.*'. *:*.h \ OTIC It that Charles Thulin,
* ��� .j.j.'. ,*.*".C, oc'*.ti|jaiion  merchant, in-
... y .   ..*  *-pp!y for   permissi onto   pur-
"-. .-���* *':- the following e'esenbed land.:���
:.,iv.::c"iiij,';it*.'i post pl'-nted in .Browns'
."���      ;���  '.he north-east  corner of T. L.
"..-;���.   .!-..ir.cc   vyest So   chains, thenqe
��������������..* i-hiioi.   thence east   ,So chains,
i'i *'-.. -: *re line, thence south 20 chains
. .-*-. '.������ iess -���long shore line to place of
,b*.v'ur*.!.*^ containing r6o acres more or
'1..-,    -   * '     " '     ������    *' "
Agent for Charles Thulin
.-*.*.>-.- J*.!-j us t 141 h, 1913
Saward i.and District.
District of Comox. " ,
-���  T'.KK NOTICE .that George Verdi-'
.- . ���������{ Lund, B.C., occupation
.'i..cods to apply for permission  to "pu.r-
.-.���l.-.a.i the foilowintj described   lands:���
. ��   1   .   . . - .
'."oiriniuiciiif.; at a post planted, at the
so'i'.h west corner ol'Lot 57,thence north
.*���.> ch lins.to the shore line, thence follow
rniftlic so ire line around the point to the
���il, *.*_���-��� vi bejjippir.g.
���JlilC .\li;JH5>l  I4tJ>, 1,912
NQTIC.5J is .lie.reby'fsiveu that Rsqni-
mn't & Kanuimo ljail.jv.iy,. of Viotoria,
B. C. will apply,fnr n lie noe tu tako ami
use 100,003 gallons per 2-1 hours, of water
out of Sandy C.rceki which flo vs in a northerly ciicction through Nowcast-lo District und, empties into Deep Buy,  near
Rosewo"! .Greek*   Tho water will b'3 diver ���
* . 1
tod at 2150" uputroam from Railway and
will be used for General llnlway purposes
on the Iiiuii desciibeil as Railwiiy'Rigbfuf
Way. This notice \vaH posted ou ��� the
grouud on thp 3rd' d-y of April, lOl.'J.
Tho application will ..be'iiled in tho olliee
ot tho Water Recorder at Victoria, B. C.
Ohjecti^ns may be filed with ibosaid
Water lteeorder or with the Comptiollnr
of Water KigiitH, Parliaaieiit Jluildiui-s,
Viotorii, B. C. ' ��� ' * ' '
.   o   . .  Agent
apllG . my7
J '7 ���       USE WATKR.
Sayward Land District.
District of Comox.
iy.E.yOTlCV  tliat  jM-ecl Thulin,
;>f !,.--i.!, II.C.*, occu|3fition��� merchant, in-
.'!,;j.i-i 10 npply  fnr   jjermission   to   pur-
r.'i is*.-   the following de.J'jfibed  land: ���
j:X n*h:iieii).y at a  jjost   plan led at  the,
L*. ���;,)-c!...st corner cfTiinher   Le.ise  No.
.-10'jI, thence  west &,>  chaini,. thence
.o.nh 6<i ch i',ns, thence e.ist So drums to
.he slnire line, incnce   followinj-* shore
;nii noi'ih S.ichaiiii-,  more or less to, the
���:!;u.e of l-a^msm^ containing   640 acres
'more or less.
'" '���   '     '    GEORGE VERDIER
.-^Kent for Fred Thulin
^110 Ain-ust 14th,';oiy
���TIMIJKIi SAUO Ko. X,"il.
JCKAUM TKNJ)KUS u-iH bi! ro-
O ccived hy Ilio Minister i>f Lniuit-
not lititT tli/ii noon on lho 2'Jili
>:jy of April, JQ13 for tlie purcliuve
of Jjicmiei) No X.'U, '10 out
V, 105,000 foot Cf i.i'nliur on lho
.\' ort!. -West (Imirtof of ,;[-'fction 21,
pi'iuiiiiii Jjtlnjiil, Nniminio DiFtriet.
Twa yi-nra will lio ullowed (or tin;
jfjiioval of tiijs timber.
PuriiOuliirH' of Oliitf KoniiUor.
���Viemrm., B. 0. ni2r��ioii'2;'.
NOIfCE is here'by giv.Qn that "K-'.qui-
malt &  Kaaaimo   Railway oi  Viotoria,
. j -i :      \
B. O. will apply for aliceagd to t;i\o and
use 100,000 gallons per 2i Iioum, of water
out of Iliudoo proeki ^yhich i^o\v3 in a
northerly-dircoticu through Ktlson District, and empties iuto Payne Sound near
Tsable River. Tbo water will be divo't*-d
at llOQ-'upatroam from Railway iind wdl bo
ufit'il tor General Railway puri'otes on tho
1 *nd described ns raiKvay righ! of w.yThis
notiob was p&stod on tho ground 0.1 tho
?rrl ilay. of April, lai.'j: The 'applicati.-n
will be filtd in the ofllca of the Water
RacorcW, Victoria, 11,C. Oi jeetiono may
bo filed with the said Water Recorder or
whh th ��� Comptroller of Waier Rights,
Parlifitr.oiit Ijuildini?", Viotoria, IJ. (/.
V:i K,    EASLlii'
"ysjj WATER
mni1- i\i Nauarno RaiJivay, ot Meter'-,, I'll. C. will npply for a lioenee t/i i-il-ru unA jgj
mo 100,000 ���jf-iJlrtiH poi'2-t hoiiri-, of Wuh, i^t!
1111.11ioi(*�� of  Hit: l'l'.iviii'jivil   A^i'io.l'iut.'l
p-immiM'ioii will In. hclil al tho fi llm'. im,'
* Knnnui'���Ai'.nl Dili, li/ii, 111. ami'<*.;��.
���i.in, i^ity il.ui.
'   l*,(rk��v ilii���Ajifil  lJ-.!>, 10 a, 111. .\��ii-
C.i.ll.'U It-ill.
NOTICK ia hereby -.riven tlut '|]-,.i -i
nnh & Nmioi;no RaiJivay, of VieUr'*,,
ut-,}, of Roy Croch, v/htch II iwb in n
orly diic-dtioii   filiroui-li Cuiii'ix   i*. >���������
and eniptiei into Coiiiox 1! i'V ��� r-*        .'
Troit- Hivor.   Tim wiiUr will !, '< .:..'��*.""
at L'JiiO" u-jifitroam from Kaiiwa..' -ir     , dl
mi niiud fur (���"���-���aura} UuiU'i-y |.'.i **,., i". 1..
tlio lam) iloseri'u.iil as Ihiiliray iti.-hi    f
Way.   Thifl   notioo wwi p-isiyd   "it Ihoj"^
Riotiinl on the 3rd dny of April    I ';>���'
Tlm application will ho OKI in tlin ��� i!K
of Um Water H eordor ut Violi.rii.   ' '.'
Oijin!tioua may bj UJ-il  wi K ���'.���   ��;������-'
iV.'ih r Rrcordi.T or -.villi th.' ��' .i.pi
nf W.itor  Rights,  I'lihamfnt   ''.'lit
Vir.tf.ria. II. U,
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' Alb riji-Apiil  l.V.h, 10 i.m.. imd'J.'.JU
ji ;n.: Atinl lO't.! (0 1 tn , t'.iint I.  ���...���.
' dm t��H.,,iy-/l*-.-il ITili n.A IH h,   }i)��.
jxi. "lid ��.-13 l������' ti'uti il" yi, Ajj��!*'j| tliii Kitli.   " ...i..
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mni '2Mi) !>.����. ot   olh thky-.Cjtirl lIoilRij,
'l'm.> (''.Hi��ji.n'on *  1 loir tviilcr.p'j  oii
all 111 ittrti-s 'nlficfjii'j .i/:riLiilluritl c -lull Mom, thf a*,   .if
}imtt iu tl.} Vrovinco.     A'A pirn; k Jnt.-r U.-ile of ih"t\i   'I
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and   650 to yo >   Ur
Tlji'-rc 1-jeiiif; 'il.'ohi'^'
for scpnrat'.:'-: in n;
Chairman .'""" 1,v"  f'"*'  " .*i
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���WrSffi-mMir^^ L  jg'jiflpl^i'jOTnii^^ "-fast* ,  JSKmejf!."  l'r -I  ���������yanoouvor Land Distriot.  . District of Vancouver.      //  TA.KJE NOTICE tfmt I,  George  ���������AVerdjer .qf Campbell JU ver,  ocpu-  ]Pa;tion,.Grui'}or)  upends to apply  ;for pert^iasiq^ to .purbbase lho fd-  ;lq\ying descried lands:-���������Commen  .oing at apoBt plunted at the N.K.  corner, of  Timber iWmit,.43146,  Ihence .we8t'80<chains, thenceNorth  ���������30 chainB, tjionca east ,80 chaiiif,  to the shore line, thenoe south 20  (chains more or .less along the shore  >line to tho place of beginning.  ^IvO^OE VBRDIER,  .Name ol Applicant  jDale, February 26th, 1913  "S'-.rCTi^.B-rTT.-.Tr-.Sii-  'T������t-������U-   .U*.  .'.J.  jtm imm,- ^^mimu^^^i^tfm *tMM^A^  i������i  -r.-rs-xrvTrr���������  NOTICE  Sayward Land-'PiBtriot.   '  District qf  Sayward.       ?  TAKE' .NOTICE  t|iat    Justin  jDorr of.upper yaldez Island, occu-  ,'pation iannor,,intend8louj������ply for  permission, to ;pui*cha;o the fqllow-  ,ing described lands:: Commencing  .at n post planted 40 chains ;oaBl';oi  Hyacinth   Lake  and   JO  chains  south Qf.N. \V. .corner qf J. P.,pre  ,emption, thence .1.0.chains .\ve8t to  ��������� luke/ithenqc.in.a squth-easterly.du  .eotion, 10 chains along the  shore  .of.the Jaj^o.tp the interaction of J.  ���������D. line, thence north JO'chains to  l.point of.comtnenceuniiit, .contain-1  ,ing in .all five acres more or le****.    i  JUSTIN J?0RR,  Name .of Applicant in full;  ���������Date.-M-ii-ch ,9th, 1913   '        .' ;  "- LAND REGISTRY ACT.  ;In Tiiii matteu of im application inr a fresh Certificate of Title  ,tqLot .54. ,[Mn.p 3li].Townsitoof  .Courtenay.  NOTICE "is hereby jivenof my  [intention at lho expiration of one  .calendar monthyfrom tJio.fi rst publication hereof tO;iseue������ fresh Cer-  tjifi������:atevq,f Title in ljeu of theCerti-  ���������^Scate-of���������Titlti���������issued-to���������Joseph  McPheeon the 30th of Search 1905,  jand numbered 10,9900 \yhich has  , ibeen lost.  Dated at Land Registry Office  'Victoria, B. C, this 21st day of  ���������December 1912.  ,S> Y, W0OTTON.  ���������Registrar General of Titles.  The Courtenay Hotel  JEwy convenience (or guests.  ���������Tlie Oontial Hotel for Eportsmon -  None but tlie Host of Wines ant! Liquors  ft the liar,  tfATES REASONABLE  John Johnston, Prop  ti:  C  0  i  u  I)  <  t  E  i  i  o  is"  d  73  O  O  co  in  ���������"O  c  OJ  a  w  n  a  Wi  tfi  if  XS1  o  a  m  s  CO  B  E  o  U  4-i  d  CD  4-������  b/3  01  Ih  4-J  M  u  f^^m.  ri  ������������������H  E������  n  ������  QJ  0  ������  Ut  Unio^L Steamship Co. of B:,       t  y   THE S. ,S. .QO.WIG.IIAN W.ILL SAIL AS UNDER,  '  .NANAIMO DENMA'N ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  ��������� ������������������.. .Leave yancouvor, Monday, at 8 p,- in.  Arrive ,Nanaiuio,;at 1*1.30 p, in.  Arrive Union Iky, Tuesday 6 a."m.      Leave Tuesday ,noon.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. iri,     rinvo Tuesday, 11 a. in,  Leave Nanaimo 6 p.'m. Tuesday.   Arrive .Vancouver <J,80 p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m. Arrive Nanaimo,    n. -io p. m  Arnve Union Bay, Sunday 6 a. m. Depart 5p.m.  Arrive Comox,, Suuday 8 a.in; Depart 4 p,m.  Subject to change without notice.  vrt.��������� f i-i'n.'W1  /@r*������������������$������@������(^^ ������������������������������������S>������������������������������������^^  DEINK  The purest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  Union  J.   N,   McLEOD      IP-E-o-p-KiETor..  English 4 x BURTON alwuya ou tap aUo, the fumoiia MILWAUKEE  'BEEftS���������Anhonaor, Bohutntao, Sohltz, 4c. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The .tioar^uig and Lodging Department, under tho immediate superintendence of Mr*  Davis, will bo tourd First class in every rcspeut.;  ATE3,  iji.oo por day upwards.  Brewers' Dried Grains  - -     Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver^Milliag &GraiR eompanyrttdr  Distributors NANAIMO, B. C:    ^  ES IjH TH  ercan  offer,, you   a safe  ancl   sound   investment   with a  good return on your money as well as an enhanced value from now on.  A Company with   NoPromotion Shares..  ACompany with its    own fiscal agency.,  A Company, that will look solely to  the wellfare  of its shareholders.    Shares are aqw selling at $i  for all   cash,   or   on   the.  easy   instalment, plan.  Call of send fop a Prospectus to-day  The   Mercantile  General   Agency,    Ltd,   _S&lling,Agents_fj3_iuCanadian_LjDan^&,M.e^^^    Head offices :  207, 208, 209 Union Bank Building^ Corner View, and Gov't.,  Streets,  Victoria. B. C.  Phone -3243 , Geo. Abbott,, Managiug Director;  CONTRACTOR  v  . ~TTTinn*ar������iM*wiiniiMr������i������iriiiii-|itw������iiiiM ���������������������������ii-fi*ri������-MBri-n<B-T������iwi������(wjii*ii'<ni>  Plastering, Brickwork,  Cement Work, etc. etc.  IP YOU NEKD ANY WORK DONE OF THE  ABOVE DESCRIPTION LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE NEW ENGLAND HOTEL WHEN  SAME  WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED  TO.  First-CI ass Work.  OvpflnRooasuunaoMy UMWiMiaawMMMr *ptmwt*iM*mWsatmm[ WMPWBMMtauBwar jax  Btm/wmmiarmuKBmL ouummmm mmrrm, JBraiaaunKaosA EmatauauBmtxasttE. jjt  i  P4  NOTICE.  To whom it may coijceru:���������  This is to notify the public  that all freight chnrgps on bond*  ed goods cleared at Union Bay  for the Oonjox Vallpy must he  mid before goods can he lorward  ed, By order  Canadian Collieries Jliinsiimir]  Co,  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Evair*������c������ ottyci   *ho  ���������v>,v������i,v������'filvirp *tv>vric������noic������  AMA4AM     WHiiU       IM.J.O      J^AjbAiilXUw     jj X, K^ & hj W K^  Make the millions think,  ,.uWe Build Homes and Make Loans."   ,  Sayward I^nnd UiitHot.  District of Sayward.   '  TAKE NOl'Mli f-littt'Goorge Stiioke, of  New York, N. Y., uconpntiou   onuiiioor,  iu'.'-nds to ������i>ply .ft r 1 ormiis*-i.m to par-  tltufio   tho   following   (louoribijil luii'lf;:���������  Commonebg ut a pout planted 20 chains  iioul.li of tho luu-tli-ouHt cornor of lot C54,  ilicnoo ot'.st i!0 chaiiiH, thonco north  40  chf-iins, tl-enco   wont   20   chniun,   thonco  south 40 olidim* lo point of comnicnco-  iiu-nt oontuining 80 iitran mcru or K'hi>.  IIKOKOE STUCK B  Finhcr M,'uGivekin������, Af,ont,  Dutu Juno 19th, 1012.  Wood'o Tliosplifi&iao,  Tht Qrfill KdOh'.-.h Jienntu.  Toiica uul laviifimue)* tlio wliuio  iicrv-jun |.-yhtnm,* muku pew  llbKwlIn olil'V^lm. lUtr.t Am-  oiti Ihbitiiti, Mtnt'tl nn.t }tm% Woriti.JJtt  tlWMhti'M, Hi*l/irUtat, ft/vr-  lllW HtOMStt,  jn'rv-jun lyhinm; wiakw   "7*l(������. "  All.l  F/tn<ri>nrif, K/iriini ivm/hd1**, I-!mI  vr.utarrhtm, tttftt'lfiy*1*jt/ Alilm  ������ rvTHniWtiihifii', %���������'������Him*, ft/vr-   rrt.ttttrVVyfHitrtif AUmtir iittxaut,  IMC04I |wrbof,������l������rnr|3*. One Will |>U������j������������������.c.*  ivlllciiiu Pi)M u*/ nil nntm*l8lfl or nmllinl In  nlnln iikir. on MWli't of orlc-c A< .n i-.tin' Mel  mn'lfitfrer,  Tho Wood Mcdletno OtK  Wrox1** wvfitfl WC'V ?S^  tm>>  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in TheN E WS.  "Nuff Said."  S>tyward Lund DUl.iot.  Disliiot of Srr-jwanl.  TAKENOTluK ihtl (loorgo Oharloi  bion , of Now folk, N, Y., oooup<iti'iii  olcrU. intondt- to apply for poriiiiHSioit to  put-oil uso 11)0 follo'iviiitf (lOhOiiheil lands:������������������  Ci'iniuoncii'B fd a pus-; plimt.il *t0 chains  ���������ui-1 nud 2u cliiiinn imi'ih nf tho north oust  couit-r of lot 0,1-1, Ihiiuco print -10 vh'tiiu.',  llii'i.co RCulli HO cliuiiiH thenco Wi'st -111  ohiilfri, t nun rth 20 'cilmluii to jrOiut 11'  umninoncnincut contuiainff IjOiutuh morn  nr Iiiuii.  OKOUGB UIFAWLKS 8TONI3  Finhor M. Oiiiiliiiiii, Aboiit,  \)aU> Juno lDdi, 11112.  Sayward Lnnd 'Diilriot,  DiHliiol of yaywunl.  TAKE NOTIOK Unit Charlon l'ciiny of  Vnuoouvor, IJ, 0,| ociou������!iti.iii cuutrautor,  mti'iuls to npi'ly for pormii-nioi'. to pur-  clim-u tliolfollowinxij dtmuiibod Imiili:���������  Cnipmotiitiuo! at a pout plaiitoil ut tin-  Hiiulh ouHt coriun of lot r>78, tJiouOii wont  ���������XI chainn, tivenco tw.i'.h 8'l chiliiH, iIibbco  '.���������tut JO ciiiiiim, tni-iiC'i nor h 81) uiinitn- in  pi'lllt   ol  Ci'llinu-iiobllicilt   Ui'iltiillll'If   ''1*0  .tern jiioh-   nr l.*.-u"; v  Cir.\Hi.P.H I'bn'sv  Pi uh r.i- M. iVualciiiH, A*<mt.  D.tod JunulO.Ii, 11(12,  l^jW*V^>^i*->i^t^^J^fV.P\MWM'/������^f-??  SaywardiLand District.  Dittiict of Siywiird.  TAKE*MOTlCK j UiJt   Hrnry   Alfred  Ilo 0, of Now York, New York, ocoupnti-  ou iloctrician, ititoi.i'fi lo apply f.������ri������oriiiia  aioii to purrn'mnoa to purolmno tho following doecrihod lands:���������I'ommoncini' nt a  post pl������ut'*il ai the^Bouth ei\3t corner of  tho aorlh woHf. qunrlor of l������*.t .183,  thenco  40 ohninscHsl;, theuee  40 chunis uoith,  tlicuoo 40 chnius>e*it, thonco 40 chuinB  bouUi ropuiiituf comT.cnccinont oontftin-  iujj 100 aei'oo more or hns,  IIkskv AijKkbd-IIkms  Fif������*rer Al. G wkiani-Agcut.  Dated Juno '2-Uli, 1012.  .Sayward Lxi.d Diutriot,  UiBlr-utt oE 8n>> ward.  TAKE NOTICK llmt William John  Sullivnn, Now York, N. Y., ooonpnliou  olorlt, iutoutlu to apply for pcnni.-Hicm tu  purohaeo tho followini'- tho following dev  oribi'd kndH!���������i'oinmoncii.B nt a poet  pl-mtod 10 uhainii noutli from tho uoiith-  f)iii.t cornor <vf lot oT'.' (011 post 574) thonco  uorlli 80 clitiinp, thi'iinc oust 80 otinii-in,  thenco fioiitli BU ohii!nii, thonco went 90  fihiiiiin, to point of cointiionoumnut con-  taiiiini' 010 *i(*--on moro or Ikhi.  WILLIAM JOHN SULLIVAN  l'Vhcr Mr tiiuikiiiii, Af-ont,  DaU* Juno 21r,t, Ji)12,  i  O. H TAR8ELL  I HIGH GRADE STOVES;  Awl ������H XITCliftN    UTENSILS'  Sportsmens Goods  UU<1  General Hardware  i !i  Sny ward Lind Dmtiict.  DlHl/rinl of .Sjywii.d,  TAKB NOI'IOB thnt Wiilluw Aiiftnunt  HiBOhofl, ot Now York, N. Y,, oewnpft-  tion cltirl., inloiida to apply for pormii'Hioit  to pnrcluuo Iho fojjowlni,-* dvnorllio.1  Jiinil;���������Coiiiinoiu'iiig lit a jiont plauted  '.10 tluii.fj o.iBt and -10 ohuioH uoitli of tlta  no'th- m out I'fjriioi* ol lot TiQl-t, thenco wont  .10 ohii'iin more or Ioh-i,   to lot fifil, thenco  .10 (.1,1^,111 nn.^f^     ft1o   n    r Jl"'l  "b'-'lV'-l'TtlTV     if  Int ."Rl. thonon ^���������^\n,. R0 rhnittp raori- nr V'l'fi  to lo.'itio ���������!<!, thonco north 40 chttioH to  point of (Minmoni-ortinnt oontaiiiiuR 1*00  01.70.1 tnnro or lon*i.  WILLIAM ATJOAUHT IlisCHOFF  I niUu������ U ,**i������blviii������, Amsui.,  l)Uo Juno 20th, iOI2.  ' Sayv.'ard Laud Dieti iot.  Diitrict of S.iyward.  TAKE NOTICE Ihat John.Ar hur Italy,,  of Now York, New York, i.coupntiou cleric,  intoi.dito apply  for porniit-otou to pur  ohfti-o  thu   folluwiug  (U'9criboJ  liutdsi���������"  Commoiici'*'!** at   a   po:t plantt-d   tt  'ho  sooth-east   corner of Lcas'O 46,   Ihenct.  Month 80  ohaiuu,   tlnrnco  went BtH'hiiiiiB,  thenco not th   80ohaini-,   thenco- uant fS-  chnioH to poiiit of commoncemi.nl contain-,  ing G-iO ncren moro or leufl.  JOHN AHTHUtt DALY  PiBhcr H- Uatkiite, Agooi.  Dato Juno 24th, 11)12.  Kay ward LmhI Distriot.  District ol H.ij ward.  TAKK NOTIOK  thut   Walter   Boili-ll'.  B ct,     of    -Now    York.    No*     Yoik.  oiioupatiou    Inhoi-cr,   i.itond'1 to   apply  for pcrmisflii'ii to puiehaiio thn  followiug  di-HC'ribcd Uudbi���������Cnidiironoii g   M   u|int  planted 120 ch������ini wo������t und  10 eli.iiu������  north <i( tho n-jutli-owt  corner of  Lviibo  40, thenoo pouth fiOohrius, thonco uaat 40  ohuiim,   tliouoo inntli   80 clitilim,   tluuce  Wfi't 40 chili na to point of commune niont,  cmUiniuK H2Q nored inoio or le-c,  WALTEK MbKLl 1IK8T.  Fn-hor M. ClaBltiiji, Aj-ont.  DidoJuujSlth, 1012.  Say wm 11 Luul Dintrinl,  DiHiiuit nf Hny ward.  TAKBNOTK.J5 lh*t Olnrl'H  Henry  Miff,   of   Npv,' Vnrlr,   N. Y..    if!f'tl|>*itlon  ���������uhmnnn, Pit-mIh to upply for pTinlhwIou  ti |)'ii*i;liu*- tin: fu'lurvii.i; ���������!<i,aiU>! l.iud������:  ('-jimnei-oiiHf nt ,% p������.*Ht phiiitnd at tin)  ii'iith-oH't eorn.'i of lut  li'i'i, thet'C������' imr'h  '.'0    bllillK, tllllllllH U'ltlt   'iJ   (;lilliim, t|). .ICU  HOiith LO ���������.! Tii-, lH������,i<*o tiirii '.*d i-li .inn tn  ).(>'nt nf  n>riiin'iii.fiiinnt  i.-';nt.>iniiii;  40  ��������� ���������'.rn iimm or |onn  niARLl'N ULNItVUI'.ST  I-'inl'i-r M. (I t-i.ii,:*, Ayn'.  I'i������J������ooWIi I'M  NOTICK  Any iierfsoii or pei'Honn, cutting,  rotuoviug or titlang nny l-luckf-',  timlior or wootl, of any doacripticwln  xilonginfr to tho Wylliiigton Col-  ilury Co'y., or from or (iff tliehuid *  of tlio Bftld (Company, or unyono  lipijirifj* riibhiali of any tle������������riptiim  -anywhero upon iJie oompnuy's  lau.l will l>������ pro-w-ut-t-'l to tlm full  uxt-t-ntof tlmliur,  w. J.. POULSON,  Goiit-ml Maiuigurt  Co lliury Co,y,  notk;e,  Ituliu'*; on Itjcomtitivt.'!* it ml   nut.  way cnr.-* of  tlm   I'ttiiMi   ^ollit-ry  Coinp.my hy any  ptn*nr������   or  pt*r-  miii'---o.\0('pt l *iri otw:���������iu niricily  t'isl.    Krifipio-.L'������-h   tc ^ub-  -fji-niimnl fj.r 1 i! miitj;  *-|i,n������  l?von:.:r  W. I,. COU I.SON,  cueml Mu linger.  {������ro!i������!  br t"  :i( THE NEWS. "CUMBEW,AAT3. B' C.  SENT SIXTY MILES  FOR-GIN PiLLS  Mr. Sid. Castlcmaa of Larder Lake,  Ont. needed U in Pills badly. He says;  "I had been suffering some time with  wy Kidneys aud Urine. The pain was  eo'mcthlug awful, and no rest at night.  ] heard of yonr Gia Pills nnd sent my  ' chum 60 miles to get them, and iu less  lhau six'hours 1 felt relief. ��������� lu two  days Uie paiu had left me entirely���������  md to-day I feel as well as ever".  500. a box, six for $2.50. .Sample fre-s  if you vriie National Drug and Chemical  i'o., of Cnn.nl.1 l.i'nilnl "IVi-'.'-'n       134  (fr  ������\  AMENDS  By E. R. Punshon  ^  Ward, Lock A Co., LlmlWd  London, Melbourne & Toronto  ming of'a door hi \ho darkness near  by, . !  II scorned this silence or this sound |  oi'.the closing door startiiMl tlio mani  who stood with his Knife over .loan,'  for lie paused and then stooping near-j  i,*r he appeared .to recognize J<*mn.        j  Miss .loan, lio *o:ciaiiiu--d/aiid "liis j  knife foil clailerJus from Ins hand.   |  Th(?n Dora bcnaii lo scream again,!  and .loan's assailant leaped backwards \  and with tlio agility of a cat swung''  himself awny and down llie stain-, and ,  they heard how ho raced down lhiv  dark passage into tho street. . |  Stop hlni! Stop lilm! screamed Oura i  wildly.- Hi- has my wiitch, and sho,  ran after him. ;  Hut hy Hie liinc she roaehe.l the :  door the fugitive had disappeared,  rushing round a corner, ot tho street  just ns ;i man In a motor-car drove  round It. In the other direction. Si--*.  Ing the lights of'his .cur, Dora erled  om aiiain and he iiroujiht tlie, ear to  a standstill near her und Juinpul down  10 (lie pavement.  Why,   "Miss   Rose!     he     exclaimed,  what's llie nian 1'!'.'.'  NA-DRU-CO  Women's commonest ailment  ���������the root of 30 much of their  , Ul-heahli���������promplly yields to  the gentle but certain action  of Ka-Dru-Co Laxatives.  '25c. a box at your druggist's.  nation ai. bnua and cnrN*ie������*.co.  Of CANADA, LIMITtS.  .������,.M .H.*  10ME DYEING  Oli,   Mr.  cried.     Iih,  Oh. oh'.  *   That man  Thorold,   In   it  why didn't you  yon.  stop  she  llill)';  #  (Continue d)  Why it was, .loan could no! have  told Iny, Imt now a qtilcic t'etu* ovci;-  ennm her-. She hcaliitlpcl for, a nio-  ment, su-iiKgling against, tho panic  Jiis-i rising in her mind, and she call'Mil.  herself ridiculous, since what danger  could there he to Dora In her running  v.n a High' of stairs nnd knocking at  j. door? ' But all-the same, this impression of i-omp terrible danger thai,  the ha.l prew stronger and stronger  in Iter mind, and alio, said 10 herself  thai, if had been like watching Dora  enter a 1.0111b to .see ber pass through  thai. ani-ic-nt unci gloomy doorway,  yielding; to her impulse she entered,  -too, and {-.Toping her way softly down  the durk passage, she came to where  ill?, stairs rose before her -to the darkness ahov'\  Afjlio. foot of them 'she hesllaled  and it seemed to her she heard so'ine-  1 ii in fi-���������she knew not ,-tvhni���������it was like  a silent ^culflins���������a silent,' deadly  scuffling in. the dark. Her panic increased, and she had a wild desire to  rush hack und run screaming for help.  But she remembered how empty and  iiuier. and deserted the street had  .seemed, and she. was aivaro somehow  of an impression that ouch moment  wns of tin- utmost importance. At  1 he top of her speed she ran up the  ���������-���������tairs, nnd when she was nearly'"at:  1 lie summit, a wild scream rang out,  i-iarlling and terrible beyond words  -its it issued ' so unexpectedly from  ���������th;U_t-lilfdcLd_;irliiteia, '���������__   .Silence Jior, said, a voice low and  lieree; and as .loan eame another sicr  nearer, she could just'distinguish Dora  s*. rngglins 'wildly in the. arms of two  men. one of whom was' pressing his  hand upon her mouth while they both  spumed to be trying to lift, or pull her  . in one direeiion.  Hut now .loan's voice, rose in one  Ions loud rry for ho]}) Hint, echoed  through the silent building, and seemed ro issue as a very stream of clamour out into Hie deserted street, 'beneath. Ai the same time, while still  M't'onmlng without ceasing, she caught  I lie nearei-i of Dora's as-snihuits round  Uie neck and clung (0 him dcspcra'iely  in-a Krip so strangling that*, to free  himself, ho waa forced lo free Dora;  who"at once,began to scream again,  With (1 furious oath, the man pushed .loan from him. wllh such force  thai hIi'! fell on her knees at the head  of the stairs.  Now, I'll kill you, he. said, and a  liiti-e knife (lashed in his hand.  .loiin, crouching ou her knees, was  (���������iim-plow- of no fear, but only Unit  bin: had to crouch there and wall, and  in do th!:" required from her so im-  ii-.'-m-e ,'iu effort, that she ceased her  loud erics wlili which who had been  lllllnu- the "Iglif, - Dorr, also foil silent, liewlliiei'iul io llnd herself suddenly free, lot* tbe second mnn had  also !l-I'i hold of her, so I bat in  pljei* of rho uliiinor nnd tumuli of the  iDiinieiii, before there was ii-riw an iu-  icn-'i' i-ih ijco broke'i only hy (he sliun-  ' 'J'horold asked.  valoi, Monday.  Has he heen do-'  riiuning  lt was only M.-iyncV  What has happened'.'  ins unyihiii'r-,'.'  Oh,   I   don't   know," Dora  answered  sobbing and Iremblingso thai she hai;  !o cliiiij; In ihe doorpost, fon-support.  Oh,  he  tried  to murder   us.   and   he  hits stolen  my watch.  Good heavens! exclaimed Thorold,  amazed.and bewildered and making a  step -lo follow Monday who was' now  far enough away: lo murder you? Hut  where is Mayne?  Dora, cried .loan from within, call  for help, for help. There is one of  them here somewhere still,' ' I'or 1  heard a door' shut.  Who is that? asked Thorold quickly, iind with ;i certain agitation for  which he could not account. Who is  ihat? lie repealed a second lime  Thai- is .loan, who saved me,  ^  J-  CLEAN, ������na  SIMPLE ^  "A-..1U.V  NO  rliailct* uf  MISTAKES  YOU HSC  T.he Ouai-iinteed "ONE DYE  *  All Kinds of Cloth."  I THY 1 r tn,t provfclt for ynm.*lf!  I S.rul lor Fix- Ooloi-crortl.ibuiry llo..l:U*t.������n>l Ilool;.  ',     It-1 kIvIiik ir.ulia cf l>y������lnjf over olln-r colon).  Thi: Joliii.cii"Jllrli*r������lioii *r.'o,,1.1nillfil, ���������  Moutu-nl  door, and found all wore securel." locked. Jt. came to him like a message  of flro written across the surrounding  blackness ihat a moment ago he had  heen face to face with Frank's huir-  1 deresfi���������It no longer seemed strange  Dora  to him that he had been so torn and  answered. .'loan, ."loan, and as ."loan  came down tiie dark passage and out*  from the -ilarknes*-, of ihe doorway inlo the light outside, Dora said again,  "Mr. Thorold; ibis is .loan Durand,  who saved me.  Thoy gave ' each other a quick  glance. .loan found herself blushing  and Thorojd mechanically raised his  hat. But his eyes were burning and  his mouth was set like iron and his  heart throbbed painfully;" and thus it  was that there mel Joan Durand and  Edward Thorold, *' her 'enemy, who  sought for hor, having sworn "vengeance against, her.  ('.riAPTER X  A Man's Hate���������A Man's Love  -Kov���������a���������Long-jmuuLe���������Lliese two, re-  mained looking at each other with a  ' profound and singular attention, ea.ch  as it. wero. absorbed'hy tlie oilier, each  conscious of the .same impression thai,  bolh experienced,, though neither understood it! a feeling, ar- it were, that  mice before they had known each  other, onco before had been together,  imd ihnl now after long separation  they had met again. With au instinctive recognition. Then Thorold put  tip his hand to. his * forehead with a  uiosl curiously weak  and .'loan suddenly  was blushing, looked  shaken at the sight of her, thai,- ho'hnd  been like a man stupiflcd and foolish.  A dark rage grew in him, a grim heat,  of anger against her whom he believed to have been, responsible for the  cutting off of that, bright young "life.  He said to himself that beyond doubt  ihe deep emotion thai had swept over  him ou seeing .loan' and thai had rendered him so dumb and motionless  was from his joy In his revenge that  was now within his grasp.  11, is hale T feel, he lold himself,  and added, for Le was still bewildered, bul, 1 did not know hate, made one  fee! like this  (Toobc Continued)  NERVOUSliSEASES  ���������    The Tomato , I  A   doctor  ascribes   to   lho  tomato I  tho    followin;;    important    medicinal  properties:���������  First, that tlia tomato is ono^ of  he most, powerful cleansers of "the  liver ahd. other organs; where calomel was generally used as an aperient, tomatoes may he substituted,  The tomato is probably ono of the  mosf effectivo and least harmful remedial agents" known.    .  Second, that a chemical ex I rue I. may  he obtained, from i*. that v,ill supersede the. use of calomel in the cure  of disease.  Third, Ihnl it hr.'i been successfully  used in cases of diarrhoea.  Kourlh, that, when used as an article of diel, 11 is alm'os! a sovereign  remedy for dyspepsia and ��������� Indigestion .  Fifth, ihnl- It should be  used, either cooked, raw  form of catsup.  r  Sick headaches���������-ntuialgic headaches���������splitting,  blinding headaches���������all vanish when'you take  Na-Dru-Co Headache Wafers  They do not contain phenacetin,' acetanilid,  morphine, opium or any other dangerous drug.  25c. a box at ycur Druggist's, 123  National drug l Chtmicai Co. or Canada, Umitcc  constantly  or  In   the  A negro porlot' in :i barber shop  mado a speech one night, al his colored men's club, . ll was quite an effort? erealinj n 6\*nsallon among his  brothers.on account, of the number  of big wOrds it contained.  Ills employer heard ot il, and the  next; day begun. 1 wi'i (ing him when  ho saw lilm absorbed in 11 dicllonary.,  Whal -aro you doing, Sam? ho asked. Looking up ' some more big  words for another speech?  No sah, he replied. 'Taln't that.'  Alt's jos' translatin' Ihe speech Ah  made his' night.  A musical acquaintance of ours  (whoso name wo refrain from giving)  declares it his opinion, thut having to  listen to the whole of a great composer's greatest work" (.which work  and which composer shall he likewise  nameless) Is equivalent 1-. ��������� two  (y)ears'  hard  labour.  Spare the children from suffering  from worms by using Miller's Worm  Powders, (he most, effective vermifuge that, can be got with which to  e.ombal, Ihese insidious foes of the  young and helpless. There is nothing  that excels this' preparation* as a  worm destroyer, and when its qualities become known in a, household  uo-othei wiil be used. The medicine  nets by Itself, rx-qnlring no purgative  Gives a Quick,  Brilliant Polish  That Lasts  MMMNNHQWutHUH  No Turpentine  Easier to Use  Better for  the Shoes  Her Late. Impulsj  -  Since you think wc madca liilsluko  in becoming engaged. Olorlaiia. said  the young mail, with icars in his voice  I submit to your decision!, lint yon  will give me a goodbye kiss, will you  nol?  Yes. , . ,  lie clasped her to his bosom In a  close embrace und planted "11. passionate,' lingering kiss upon her lips.  1'iyl'iaps' Ravenal, she murmured,  gently, wo -;.re making a mistake to  ���������--io separate. If .yon- liko���������we will  --let. mailers remain as they are---a  while  longer. *      '*  When buying* your Piano insist on having an  "OTTO   T1IGEL"  Piano Action  IS  * ������     Calculated  .lones���������Vou  skv  Ihe  4.140  train  not. la(e--why, lt is now.4.-10!  .,Stationinaster���������Yes, hul; when that  Iral"!   Is  only   ten   minutes  late   It's  ahead of lime,  Logic  Teacher -Who'll   tell  mo   what  is  meant hy  the  floating population'.'  Kid���������People who live in houseboats.  lo assist, it.  and  so Ihorouy  nothing .nore is desired.  lily that  When 1 was miming a "room of my  oivn, said a billiard player, the chalk  disappeared at a tremendous rate, and  1  said  t.o my  helper:   Keep a belter  eye, on the chalk,. .Ihu";    I'm no millionaire.     1 know the geiils-wol. pock-  U;(s  ihe chalk'; Jiiii  said, ��������� but thcy'r&  ,   y.nlar customers.        I    guess    you  j wouldn't waul me io offend 'em, would  I you?     *Well,ino, said-1, 1 would not.  inHFII-i If-QPR IM ������^-Oi!-migh_LgmU^  111    JtllL' Oi fvinVll Ihough.    .Use your diplomacy.  Jim  are you? she  losl  for iho  said  your  sake  her  by  (  11 iy  I  v./ "O  With  TICURA  QAAP '  LA/rti  gesture I'or him  and undecided,  aware, that, she  hastily away.  Yon are not bur  vaguely to Dora.  Your watch���������havo you  watch? Thorold muttered  of sayipg somelbins'  Why, Dora exclaimed, even -in  present distrw'i'od stale, struck  their strange looks al each oilier?  ' Oh, no, no, answered Joan; and she  was con-s.:lous of, a kind of I'imr of  this man who looked at her so ardent.)*-., aim' with such 11 mnuiier or suggesting some I'htim .upon her that rln*  i-e.'-entcii ;he more strongly for her  odrt"fif*iis-i.v.loii that he had a right to  make linn claim.  Hul. Thorold know only that ll was  as If a vi-ii had been withdrawn from  before Ins eyes, Illumining all his being with h.) great and pure a light it  dazzled him iind made Jilm blind till  lie kiiew It not. from darkness.  Have' wi.-* met.? he repented Dora's  question vuguiil>, and with the shock  of 11 huge bewilderment H rushed in  upon him ihat 1 IiIh was tho original of  tho photograph he hud found ln his  dead biollmr'K hund���������l-ie woman he  had sworn to demroy���������now ho had  found hi'l*. ihll Jon he tliinii'-.er  ed, you are���������oh, ini|)os--lble, he said  as her Hem-, deep eyep onee. morn  met. Ills,  lint Joan HCenu'd to liiivi: recovered her si'iiso of the presenl, and she  Hung her 11 rm:" round Hum tu suppnri  her, who was silll trembling snid slink-  Inn violently and clinging to  post  Willi lu-r hit (id p.  Why   do you   nol   go  up  nliy do jo 11 nol gei n police  cried  ungrlly  lo    Thorold.  thiiin in up there   I heard  - -o!i, do sonii'ililiig,    .-hi  Cured By  Toning ihe Blood and;  Strengthens j the Nerves  It is iho opinion of the best medical authorities; after long observation, that nervous diseases are more  common and more serious In the  spring than at any oilier lime of the  year. Vital changes in tli:> system,  after long winter months, may ciiuao  much wore trouble than ibe familiar  spring weakness and weariness from  which most people suffer as,ihe result  of Indoor life, im poorly ventilated and  often overheated, buildings. Olftci.il  j records provo dial In April and .May  j neuralgia,  Hi.   Vitus, dance,  epilepsy  I and other forms of nerve iroubies are  j at  their worst, and  dial i**en,  more  II han any filler time, a blood-making  | nerve-restoring ionic 1* ueedeit.  j    Tlu. ;uit!iiualed custom   of   takli-g  : purgat.lve;**, iu the spring, is useless,  1 for (he systom re:,Ily needs strength-  I en ing,  while,  purgatives only gallop  ! through    lho    bowels,    leaving   -yen  ! weaker.      Or,   Williams'  1'lnk Pills  ! aro the best  modlciiic, for they actually make iho new, rh-h, red hlood  that   fee-tin   the  siarved  nerves,   and  thus cun' the many forms of uenous  disorders,      Thoy    eure    also    such  01 her forms of    sprlnu-   troubles   as  heiidaehfis,   poor   .ippetlln,   weakness  In the limbs, as well as removi- unsightly plmpleji and eruiulons, In fuel  they unfailingly bring now health and  strength  lo  weak, tired and .depressed men, v,*omeii and children.  Hold by all mcdlelue dealers or hy  mail at fid cents a lmv or six boxes  for If!!.fit) from The Or. Williams'  Medicine Co., Hn-.'-kvllle, Out  1 found out later, used his diplomacy  that, night. Ho walked up fo'ono'oi'  my best patrons, who had just pocketed a piece of chalk, and ho said:, You  are in the milk business, ain't* you,  sir? Yes, Why? ihe patron asked,  1 Ihoughi* so, said Jim. The- boss  likes enterprise, and he lold me lo  'tell you Ihnl IT you wanted a  of water now and then you  have one and welcome.  bucket,  could  Traveler .(Inquiring" at feudal cas-  fle)--Caii 1 see the antiquities to-day?  Servant���������I'm afraid not, sir. The  mistress and ber daughter have gone  to town.  JQON'T waste .vour time figuring  ���������out -why a blnck licrn lays :i  white egg;.-'Get limy uiul jump  into your LEATHER LABEL  OVK1MIAULS ami get the egg.,  ' TIIEIUJN. 'ME 1:00.  .-THE--'  Leather* Label  OVER-HAUL COMPANY, IM  TlB,  , The. Yellowhead Tie & Lumber Syndicate has just completed an order of  1000,000 ties for the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway for use on its various  i-'neonipieled lines;* having kept a  force of ?M men at work all winter  in .order to. complete the contract on  lime. - , "  siAsvrAcrrRr.us'OK  Hlgii  Grade American Over-Hauls,  WAUiKRYll.LE. OXTXRIO.  Tear 1iit������ out end mall It to uo with  your nnmo and address and wowlll send  you one of our celebrated CORN COB  PIPES, FREE.  Name '���������-������������������   Ask for  Minard's and take  no other  Ihe linor-  there?-���������  Undone  \ >llii(i,v man thought he would snvi  money hy taking lily wife in a pic  lure house, (ho uiIht alt'-nioou.  To keep hoi* miir.i ��������� . bin gain couu-  torn 1 pi'i.'Siupe  A'teacher had been Idling her  class of hoys thai, reeentl-;- worms had  become so numerous ihat they, destroyed the crops, and il was necessary  l.o import. lOngllsh sparrows to oxler-  minate thom. The sparrows multiplied, very' fast and were gradually  driving awny our native birds.  Johnny was apparently lnatleiuivp,  and flic leadier, ililnkiiig lo catch  him napping, said:  Johnny, which is worse, to have  worms or sparrows?  Johnny hesitated u mom cm ami  then replied:  lMe,-|**c,  I never, had  tbe sparrows.  Dr. Woods ' Hulehiiison was onee  called upon hy a young matron who  hnd vend his article on *Knf and its  Follies' In n popular magazine, and  Wiinfed him lo help her gel rid of  some of her siiperlluou.i fat. After  a few ipiestkms ho handed the. lady a  diet IIhI, telling her 10 como hack in  two weeks, Tlie good doclor's con-  Bieriiation can i-enrccly ho Imagined  when ho Miw ills pulloul. again. She  weighed twenty pound-*-more. lie  win* \n\v.y.loA. Mb list con I ni noil no  Hweitf. of any kind, nor any fa I. producers, yel il was pulling llesh on  nl  an  enormous rule.  Vou are siiro that you ale ihe thing-*  nu ihe list, the doctor iniest'oiied *.e-  \> rely.  Ves, docior, was the firm  Whnt  idfi'i did >011 eat?  j ilen liisplriiiinii Ni'lzeil him,  answer.  i\v a  iiiiti-  mini.'  Olte  rue  of!  I lIlUII' shim '  orchilu'ied !  V'xaetly  pi****!* van 1 In:  tho Kcreni'!  1 c.'iii't Imag  .Sonic nl  thi  hiil*.  ���������\iiil what do  lll'is!   pictiif-  vou   sup-  thrown mi  ne,  Inti'M  r-'ijh-s in  I'lii'h-'  Ull-  Mill  l>i!il  ���������y.iii-cmi-nt iiiKbAilicr-  ���������*. i'miii 1 he in glei'l, in  louil.of-imiilokiniif-  Alifcl line ol  ing nf I en re  ini'aiK'ynn'  ������������������'.���������������������������li'HV . I'* Ih'ytirrvoilidi] am! Ireiil-  rient nl" -''i'lor eviijiiiun.-' nud in llie  ������,!;./������������������!'.:';" "*   *'* ' ' (> i";��������� ;>:*<1 )������;iir  il,   (...'lltll  lll'.l    Si,   I)   -ifpl   ("l,I |(  ill'il  I/IIMI,  lit illl  wllh  InipaHence,    Inr   Thorold    Mill  jit ond   vtiil'k   l-l 111,     piU-.'-CK'SCll     by     no  anui'/etiii'iii of deep fear.  Turning from lilm as if in angii' ;*i *  his iinniohlliiy, J'>mt higiui lo ������iitilhs'  iind  coinfo;*l  Dora who clung lo her I  trembling und nobbing.     Joan -would;  hnve liked lo ireinhb' mni mh herr-clf,  bul  Dora mi plainly needed her aitcm,  ji^j   '���������.-  .-;��������� i. I'^vfi in Hi'ln her own,  ���������,1'MtnMnn down. ,  There had  I11.111 bu.iiijiiiini, "'  '"������������������ ,  lempt in  1 lm  Wiil   "i  whlfli  ;b'   bin'.;  , im tied from hlni, lm; Thorold did not  I he-mi   lo Jii'itle.') It.      He siood  for n 1  'moment v.itiehlng her and ihen went,  ;ni '��������� '," ;--li (lu. (Iciirv.'i'N ill'.o tin'  . dark 'piii'nigi*. 11 In lii:.'igti.i.il")i ir.u  ' niatij linn i- prereined to him Ihe elr-.  ' ,cuni'si'",im-e'* under -Alibit he w������.<ii  ! iiu'ct hh- lu'other's niiirdei'i^-*. but he  1 hml iiewr ll.s.u-cil 'hem In hi" mind a"  1 iin-\ ha.l Hinn il mu !" '���������'���������'tlliy ��������� ��������� '"'���������''  ' -,;|i-i-ire.l  ll   mil*-!   be ih'   eMlvinit.*.   of  ll,,le   illiil   h.Iltlll'lg   I'-In 1    'I     '  \.|ili 'iich a  pii'i-'nnu *.v    "f  I*-   then  Hard to Prove  :i   Mil J! i'     of     Jl'.ll  111 v y     lu  1.iti dorr  .Mile,  (lenee's    I'l'lllelKlll    of  I mucin's dancing.'  11 .,' very Hiiff*, she iili|ier\es, tn re-  il*. e tlin daiices of :',inwi ii'iii'K ago,  Ceilii'nly no onu Is going 10 be nhlc  in |iroM' those weven'l  the dances,  1.  I'   mr.il   ���������.���������i'i-   Viin'i II    lint   111-  I'reiuieillU*  Why, noihlng hui inj regulnr nn nl*.  wie- Hie lndigiiiinl miHwer.  Sll{jht Mistake  .'. 1 rain on lin: l)en\cr & Uio  liraiide rullroiid Mopped for lunch,  lee and water, according 10 a htory  lold al nil Ohio bant'iici hy Senator  lliirton, and In 11 few minutes the  ilirough piiHseiigeis wire walking up  nnd down the Mullen philforin to Inl'e  out llie UlnliH, One uf I'le piisi.i-11-  gets, nn elderly toiirli-.l, stood hrctilll-  Ing 1 hi* I'urllieil jilniospliere, and de-  llghli'dly gii/.lng at the snow-cappeil  liiouiUaiUH,  lnu'l this hnliioriitln:;, he, remarked  10 a mail Miii'uiiig iich ,  ,''*i-,  *'!',  ri pl't d  'he  inati   v-  o  he-  bi  i,,P  '���������Vi.ti'iT'i'. ;iix* ;���������!' ' !iit(!v imi'i  ti,i i-  1 i-\-i  HI  , ' .-mi 1.1 ���������: "  *,   I l-i-li ^   "  1 ���������*-(��������� 1 i'ii< m.i:  i. -i-'i."-.  .'  .Iliij.  .,- "-,������.  ','.'  ,   .i.i-l  *������ 1   * -..  ii'ill  'ii 1*  ;    loiif-'eloi^  i'h O-'i-l    tin-'  S-i'ile iilie  Ki,i    .tin-   of  '..- '   ! <���������:.���������.  ',.-:.-.;,1  III     V,  III. I  In*  li-'i a'  II!-  .1  V>l    U    I)    <>'-fJ  (���������-.iViVi'ri. d  iii>   n<  he.i-.II  K-IV   II"  .-u-.-.l!  uniit-iti-*  *,   lll"li;   elie^fflC,  y, "'* rfii'i itii tu" -...  ���������fie)i floor, ll''  hap-  ii iiiitl\p lilled wllh chie  Ih (.iriinil J unction,'  A baker, who had rocineiid from  1 '-i-rloiis llliU"-*rt. ivi|iiei*l-n.l his iloc-  or to iiiake out ins iiiieiiuiin.ri' 11111,  and ),n lidded: Try ami make it fi!*-  Hghl as poiifiible, iloeior. Oh, replied ilie winy iiiiilico: tbr.i'H what  you ynv io ymir f.'irejiinii, .Mr. HnktT.  im!   'he   \\;i\    1   iiinhi.   niv  C'ppy Fill the Dill?  ,'rn   ii'.i.iv     ������\*uiu.->    fiti    i-xpci.  m.iijiroot prisidi in, w^i, n  ��������� :'!i <*li'i!ar.o "''i..:!),',''  A~~i'ec"rnvt~(iesp"atc,ii-rrom���������Pi-ince���������mi-  perl received at Grand Trunk Pacific  liead-ijuarlors in Monlrcal reports that  5,000 poles for use on the telegraph  lines along the Panama Canal, arc ,to  be cut. from Graham Island. This is  the' firsl of the Graham Island tlinhor  thai has found n" market' and" may  presage lho development of an important industry i..*. experts aro agreed  thiii nowhere else could trees he found  more adaptable to the manufacture  of poles in general and flag-staff?. In  particular. Some of tho limber has  not a branch for 100 feet up, while  poles 6 Inches at* t.he bull and taper-  lug to 4 Inches- at from GO to 100  feel, can be cut ait lu any quantity.  Town ....:*,   Your dealer"* name...  Town ...���������..*������������������  .Prov...   Prov;  Mil  .,A country draper carefully examined Ihe samples of' dress material  while the traveller waited. A customer came, the draper waited on  hlni, then went hack lo examine the  samples. Another customer, and  more,examination; still imother customer, and as Uie draper began again  he said: Aro these samples In fnoh-  ion? Thoy were, replied tho discouraged traveller, when you began lo  look at thorn.  .  GLOVES**. :  By The Year  If you want the best r.*e.d longcst-  v-eaiinf*: '-lovta cr milts ever turned  out of a factory be sure and **.������������������'-.���������; for  the famous  PINTO SHELL  These gloves are specially tanned  lor hard service and will save you  money and reduce your' glove  expense by the year. .Scud for our  descriptive pamphlet-���������The Pinto'*  Shell.  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  C������nii<lii's CM'erl CUvt ������n<l MlttMikert,  MONTREAL.     ..  Good Renson, Too  Miss "Mary, Inqulretl (he clergyman,  hr.vi* you seriously considered 'tho  great rpipBllon of life?  Woll, you sec. t>ii". Mary replied,  blush,ng, none ol the young men has  ashed 1110 yel,  MlnJird'B Unlment used hy Physician's  l')r, Johnson once dined with .1  Scot I Urn lady who had hotch-potch  for ilinufr, After the doctor had  liif-lp.l 11. she asked him if Jt wan  good. 11 is good for. hogs, ma/am,  m.ld tho doctor. Then pray, titiid the  laily, let mc help you 1<> some mon.*.  PILES CURED IN 6 Td 1-1 DAY8  Ymir iliiiiii'.lct wlll nfuiiil money If l'A'/.O  DINTMI-::*."!' fulls to i.uvu any ciisii of TtTh-  DiK.   Ill'ii'l,   Hlwillng or J-l'iiO-'idlni*   3MI'-'H  In (I tn 14 diiyH.    liu*\  No (leorge, nhfi said, lu response lo  his question. 11 1*. not- Into ihnl 11  string of new hcll-bueklcH ln a ahop  window would iimlco any woman Ioho  n 1 mln; hul, hhc -Hided, musingly.  Homellines sho might have -mii ���������)  Utile,  MIhh Joy���������Ih ho meiu)*.'  Miss Coy- He'd marry ������ thin girl  beciuiKi' she could wear--a-- smaller  idv.i'd etigiigemcuf ring.  A Social Problem  The curate of a largo nnd fashlon-  nblo church was endeavoring to leach  tho slgnlllcancc of white to a Sunday  school class'  Why, said he, does a bride invariably desire to ho cloiitod in while al  her marriage? As no ouo answered  he explained.  White, said ho. stands for joy, and  tho wedding-day 's 'he most' joyous of  a woman's life.  A small boy ijuerh.d: Why do tho  men all wear black?  The Oil of the People.--.Many oils  havo come and gone, hut Dr. Thomas' Kclt'clrlo Oil continues lo maintain Hh position and Increaso its  sphere of une.'iilui'ss each year. Hn  Blerling (ptnlliles have brought It to  the front and kept 'A there, and ll can  li'iily hn called iho. oil of tho people  ThoiiBiindH havo benefited liy II. and  would use no oilier preparation,  Tho ueir nitule man was in a -,inix-  llc mood. Tliui-rt school1", .ver know,  gl\ti a hoy no priictleal knowledge,  fiuo what T mean? Xnw, my son, ho  Is suppoBOd lo ho learning tlreek and  Latin nnd Algebra, And tho other  day 1 asked him to tell mo (lie Algebra' for fried llsh t.ml chips, and ho  couldn't.  Wlini nii'lmB you so siiro that man  Is going to propose to Gladys? nKltci!  ('ladyB' moilier. 1 hate told him iho  Hfinic story llvo limes, replied Gladys'  father, and hu htughu 111 it ovciy  lime.  n mtM&VKxmtmmsmysxi otm  ��������� 1 <*". V J-.i,ii.-.ii|ij"v>'ik*'i'i'.i- .*-:<-,  .Prcbably  o������\ <1  ������l-'l  '.Ilk  '���������>   lie  ',-)']'.< r.  u  Heegmg tffie Bmy in Efepa������t  Nature intended that ihe body should do its otm  repairing���������and il would do so were it not for the  fact that most ofm live other than a natural life.  Nature didn't intend that wo ihould -wear cortott, tight co'iiftr* or  ihoee, nor lh'0 in badly venlllftled nnd droughty honne*, nor eat ind  drlnV loir.A of th������ (hinfi* thnt *w������ do, nor rid* In itr������������t ciri when wo (hould walk.  Thf coniifoiione* In tint t"h������ body inlien It giU out ������f crdvr wt'it look for out-  ilde help to w.iti* tht ntcttrntyy r������pilr(,  Fr,r yfttlt itomtcbi md tlm lnille������������tt������n orilynptpiUroiulUD-tf, iirul tin* wultUud*  nf ih������rMi*i followliiff thirofrom, no moAlclaa ran l*# moro aAtniah)* t* * curativ*  ������Ktniti,*f.Dn.rn:nct:,sooMiK"v Mr.nWM,niocovEny.  Thi* famcu* Doclor'i pr**.rrlptloa liat been recommended for ov������r 40 yonro,  ������i,il li t.tAty ju?t ** hW. a ruFimet. ftc������t������r������a a '--uU.ky ipn������tlte. CUaaitai the blood.  r'tri r.gUitrf ttr.c ttrvt������, lUgulitci itomacb aod lif������r.  i>* u,u.& IU������ uililufth  Br. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  Sold t* Uttnte or Tablet form by JOcultm tn Uedlcfuw  HinAM*n������-������'������i*.t ������uw*r������ toi>*������ *������itof tr.ilHuir ������iil������������b a trt*titv*t Dr. Flwo'a Ca������������  ������ Uinta U*"^J) 16i**t, Ity't ii*x������*'t!**.->M*'.*4.  A<UrM������ Dr. Vlatta. JliifTslo, H. A.  n  sua  mXWKmVATttWi'TXitZStZZl X2S3B& ffl-IE. NETVS. CUMBEHLAISTD, 3*. a  ic*  Hecantan Tried to   ,-���������  ���������'Philip, -saw th* teacher, parso the  sentence, 'Yucatan-Is a. peninsula.'  Yes, falterlngly began Philip, who  never could understand grammar any  way. yuoatim it a proper noun,  'noni'tlve- case, second parson, singular���������.  .  Why, asked teaoh'er in amazement,  how do you make that out?  Yes'm, -said Philip, swallowing  hard; First person . Icatan, second  person, Yucantan, third person He-  oatan; plural, first person, "Wccatan,  seoond.per���������  ������������������ "Rut right here the ieaclur fainted.  Natural Behaviour  April's full of whims ami wiles ,  Now slue frowns.aud now she smiles  Well, Spring's courting hor, they say  So 'lis,but a wooed girl's way.  FEMALE HULP WANTED  LADHSS' WANTED���������To do work M  borne; decorating cushion tops; can  make from J3 to $5 per'day;"pleasant  vork.    A.ii'O'i.* Ai". Ct��������� Dept. N, 43  Btoelo.nik., Winnipeg.'   ., ���������  How Ha Got It  Why do you sign your namo J,  John li. B. B, Hronaon, asked Hawkins? -��������� ^   ���������  Becauso It Is my name, said Hron-  son. I was christened by. a minister  who stuttered.  .**. -���������-..' .**  f' i7 ,'-    - , y,   ��������� x  y^oxiTty ������������������',  l"ymbney;y  yy *". ',' "' : "������������������# '���������".. ���������������������������������������������  :%:M&fo->-'-;  Her Habit  lt did .lack, no good lo marry his  stenographer,  for0she continued  the  habit of (he olliee ln tholr home.  How so? '      -  When he starts to dictate she taken  him down.  Dust Causes Asthma. Even a Utile spook too small to see will lead  to agonies which no words can describe. The walls of the breathing  tubes contract and it seems as if the  very life must pass. From this condition Dr, J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy brings fho user, to perfect rest  and health. It relieves the passages  and normal broathing Is firmly established again. Hundreds of tesflmou-,  iala received annually- prove Us effectiveness.-  Thero Is every indication that this  wlll ho the busiest season that tho  Fraser Ulvor lias'over, witnessed sinco  Fraaor went clown it with IUb.Indians  in 18120, and particularly that section  lying between milo 5K B.C. on the  Grand Trunlc Pacific and Princo  George, ns thero are about "1,000  soows and an imposing fleet of gaso:  lene launchos and steamboats awaiting the arrival of open wator to transfer' freight from' tho Grand Trunk  Pact lie head of steel to Prince George,  Tho lco is breaking up but lt will bo  another fortnight yot, according to  present estimates, beforo it Ismail out,  Tho distance from Mile 5'd to tho Fort  by water routo is approximately 250  -miles aud the rocks in tho canyon  were blowu out with dynnmllo during  the past winter so that tho boats can  now bc put through without the necessity of any poringo. '  A milkman lu a country-town not  far from New York was brought beforo the local court to answer a  charge of .adulteration of milk.  You rare charged, said the judge,  with a most serious offenco of selling  adulterated milk. Have" you anything  lo say'In-answer to the charge?  Well, your worship, answered tho  milkman, the night beforo it was  raining very hard, and tire only cause  I can give Is' the cow must have got  wet through.  Playing Safe  An old woman who persisted in bow-  lug during church service whenever  iho name of Satan was mentioned,  was* reprimanded by the miulster for  so miBoomly an habit, Tho voproof  had, however, no1' effect, and tho minister aBlced her finally, in.exasperation, why she thought It necessary to  bow.  We'd, she replied, civility'costs nothing and you never kuow what' will  happen.  , In the Theatre Royal', Dublin, when  tho Italian company camo; lo play  'Faust,' tho actor who took tho part  of Mephlstopheles neglected to try the  trap door by which ho was supposod  to descend into, the infernal regions.  Ills bull: was too largo for tho open-  lug and at tho aupromo moment ho  discovered that he could not get.down  abovo tho wnlst. To heighten the  awluirdncss of tho situation and to  roliovo tho strained feelings of tho audience, ono of tho boys.in tho gallery  lu n rich Irish brogue, oxclaitncd:  Hurrah! the placo la full.  ZAM-BUKlSirs ECZEMA.  Mr. James McComb,* of Thornton,  Ont., writes: "For olght months I  suffered from eczema and could get  nothing lo give mo relief. I hoard of  several cases where good results had  followed ihe uso ot Zam-Buk and decided to give this remedy a trial.  Within three days I felt much better,  and within two weeks the sores were  entirely curod."  . For all skin diseases, eruptions,  boils, scalp soro.s, etc., Zam-Buk is  without equal. It is just as good for  cuts, burns, bruises, blood-poison,  piles, varicose ulcers, bad leg, Inflamed sores, etc. All druggists and  stores at 50c, box, or post free from  ���������Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, upon"receipt  of price, Refuse harmful substitutes and imitations;  Have you tried Zam-Buk Soap? 25c.  tablet. .'. ';  SHIPPING   FEVER  Influenza, pink eye, epl/.oollc distemper, ana il! nose And  throat diseases cured, nnd all others, no matter bow "exposed," Kept -from having any ot those diseases with  Sl'OIlN'S IjIQUJD DISTEMrKP." CURF,. Three to six  tloses qficn cure ������ case. One bottle Kuoramecd' to do so.  "ftest tlilim for brood mares--��������� Acts on the Wood. Gfle. and  ���������JI, a bottle. $ti and $".1" a..(toon bottles. Drujfu'sts nnd  harness shops, DIslrlbutors-Al.I. WHOLES A l.V. DKL'G-  , GISTS.  SPOHN "MEDICAL CO,, Chemists, Goshen, Indiana, U.S.A.,.  His Excuse  What did you mean, John,.by telling the Smiths thai. 5on-married me  because I was such a good cook, when'  you know I can't even boil-an egg.  I had' to -make some excuse, my  dear, replied John, and.I didn't know  what else to say,   ,  ask-  Ringing a Charge  ��������� Going to move again this ; ear  ed the. ofllco pest.  Nope.      Can't r.ffonl-to. ' '  ...  Whatcha goin' to-do then?  ' "Well, said O'Beetle, we've ipade arrangements to' havo new street numbers put on the houses on our block.  More Bread and Better Bread  Peculiarities- of- Pie  Why do you. refer   to political ��������� offices   as   pie?   asked  .the   interested  foreigner.      ���������**��������� ,  Possibly, replied ,"MIss' Cayenne,  because pio .is something which re-  HeVea' present hunger, but Invites future dyspepsia.  Teacher���������Now, tell* mo what is  memory?  "Pupil���������Tho thing what you .forget  with.  AN OLD SETTLER  FINDS QUICK RELIEF  BOO ST   V-6tlR-������-d%'tfXB^  ���������'7 *".":���������/ '���������-,'������������������ . y ���������'"���������'.".j;''"--'''''* ^.^'i";-:   -     "���������      ''��������� "it     '      "'������������������' * --'���������' '-"���������'.*  *-x Twr:"���������* r^^ft,-^;.!---;.'!*.'!-'^;  Iii.f.w -iMijftti onijUu^snipjivv.y-ivUU' 7Ji*i:|'iit^t-"''W->-J>.u*i  ,Mn 1.1; -i-i 'iiaiiiK-  iHnJ.i'i* rlM-.l'HlcUy'Jyftri.-blV/ii'inf  ���������JUVV-4 -���������--{) liJulils.  toiiunf^'i^V/VtIj/AifuVrnj  .i;'i.ri'i-:* ,.11 rj'ifui-.st.'���������:, .viiiii^s'.t/eiorjyti.y.-yy^,*. vivv ^r' -..,t. ���������.-;  WINNIPEG J  THE   Wif  I UIW^'-W'^^^  .MANITOBA     ��������������� 5*    VV 1^L.1AW3JiL^l'^::^.|'0N^ARJlQ.,  IT"  The Housekeeper  WHO WOULD MAKE WASH-DAY EASIER, CAN DO SO BY  USING  Eddy's Wares  Eddy's ln Jurat Ad Tubi allow tho water to retain heat longer  and never rust. Being made In one seamless piece cannot splinter  and so the dangar of snagged fingers and torn clothes Is eliminated.  Used In conjunction with  Eddy's Washboards  Washday  Loses  Half Its Terrors ;  CHAS.      MARSHALL     CURED  DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS  BY  , \Vl[h sloel now laid, to wlihln 4$  miles -wcsl. of "Glggar on the Blggar-  flalgary line of Hie (Irand Trunk Pa-  ���������,111c Tliillway and with good prospects  of ilie opening of this line between  illggar aud Fori Saskatchewan before  ('lie end of Ilio current year, grain  growers in the district affectod arc  ' looking forward lo an easy movement  in their IIH,'I crop. For Its size nig-  gar ships more grain season by season  than any other Initial shipping point  ;n the w ts!,. u  The former Yule football stars aro  becoming more numerous than the  Vloradora fioxtetle,  -What    is    n,  Evldonlly���������Toucher  vacuum V  U'oy--l know, lonelier.   I have It in  my head, bul 1 can't just think of It.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  Dear Sirs,���������Your "MINARD'S LINI-  MKNT is our remedy for sore throat,  colds and all ordinary ailments.  It never falls to relieve and cure  "promptly.  chatujTcs wiiooten.  Port Mnlg   ve.  Mrs.   Marshall  Tells  How  Her Husband  Suffered, and of  His Speedy  Recovery When He Used the(1 Great  Canadian Kidney Remedy.  Parkinson, Algoma, Out. (Special���������  Living far from towns and with doctors not within easy reach, many., of  the settlers tavo found Dodd's Kidney Pills r.ti    inestimable   blessing.  One of these is.Mr. Charles Marshall,  Sr., ��������� whose recovery from a severe  "caso~oMd"diiey^dl"se"as"e~ira*B^T"ccentJr  been the cause of much satisfactL'.  fo his family and friends.  "My husband was suffering very  much cvith his back ancl legs," .Mrs.  "Marshall says, speaking of her husband's cure. "He went.to see the  doctor, and he told htm ho had urinary trouble, but. lie did not seem to  get any better.  "Then I sent for some Dodd's Kidney Pills. Since taking them, he has  no more pain ln his back and legs,  and his other troubles are all gone..  "I am indeed thankful for what  Dodd's Kidney Pills did for my husband, and I hope other sufferers from  kidney disease will benefit by his ex-  -perier.ee, r.nd use Dodd's Kidney  Pills."  Urinary troubles aro caused by diseased kidneys. So are backache,  rheumatism, lumbago, and heart disease, The natural remedy is to cure  tho kidneys by using Dodd's Kidney  Pills,  Judging by Appearances -  A gentleman was on a motoring  tour, when his car broke down near  a small village. It was late in tho  evening, so ho decided to put up i'or  the,night -at the only inn tho village  possessed. After a' rather scrappy  supper'ho was shown up to his bod-  room, but soon after the landlord had  come downstairs again his guest  leaned over the balustrade and called: Landlord, landlord!- Do you think  I'm going to clean my own boots?  What d'ye mean, ghmiblcd the  landlord.  What havo you put a polishing pad  on my bed for? demanded the guest.  The landlord cm*e upstairs to look.  Polishing pad, he snapped, that's uot  a polishing pad.   That's the pillow'  .A girl from Uio country who luul  recently como to town to wprlc and  who was busy all day, wont to a dentist ono evening to havo lilm extract a  tooth which had been troubling her.  She asked lilm what In would charge  for Iho operation.  Flvo dollars with gas, two without,  was tho answer.  Oh. said the girl, thon I'll drop In  tomorrow and have It out by day.  light.  m������  WE PAY THE FREIGHT.  At the  Factory  Price  Buying at llie factorywill land  ihd range at your station freight  prepaid (or $20.00 less llian  the next best ������tove on the market. You pocket the  dealer's profit���������about 30 per cei**,-}.���������get a beautiful steel  and malleable iron range built to last a lifetime. Ancl what's  more you sava money every month on your fuel  Rvorr Rnng-fl U iincnniiitlorinlly -t-uHmntiieH.  Dominion Pride  ������e  Quaint Epitaphs���������-Tn the courtyard  of Nettlobod, Oxfordshire, nro.to be  found (or, at least, wero to bo found)  tho following quaint epitaphs:  Tlere llos father and mothor, and sister and I;  Wo nil died within Iho short spaco of  ono short year;  Thoy all be buried at Wimble, except  I.  And I, be hurled hero.  And hero Is ^ vory Obvious,bull:  Horo .lies lho body'of Nicholas Hound  Who was lost in the sea ninl never  wns found.  At. Cookham, Surrey, KiiRlatid, Is to  bo found:  An honest man Is the noblest work of  nod:  If ere IIoh an honest womnn.  A Reminder  A romantically Inclined young lady  of no great beauty, tired of life because no man came to woo her, throw  herself into the river. - But a swimmer passing near hastened to the-bank  ami plunged in after her. Succeeding In rescuing her, ho carried her  home insensible to lior parents. When  the girl camo to herself she declared  that she ivlshod. to marry tho hero  who had risked his life on her behalf.  That's impossible! exclaimed her  falhcr.   -  Why? she asked. Is.he already  married?  No, answered fathor.  Isn't he respectable,- then?  He, my dear,':ho happens to be a  ���������/cry flue���������Newfoundland dogl  Countless have been the cures worked by Holloway's Corn Cure. It lias  a power of its own not found in other  preparations,  Tho legislature of a western state  contains this year several women  members. Al, a recent bauquet they  were invited to speak, but nil with  ono accord began to mako excuses,  and ono of the men was asked to represent them, Ho accepted, saying  that ho waB willing to do so, so far  11.8 ln him lay, but that, Ills caso was  similar to that of a naughty littlo girl  who was told that 1C sho didn't bo-  have sho would be shut up in the  chickeu coop.  You can shut mo up in the chicken  coop it you want to,, replied she, but  I ain't'going to.lay any eggs.  Rani  to  h   '.<  It'i *j Jood as seeing  the range to read the  ���������complete, and clear description in our bnolr.  The book also rontnins a  hUtory oi cooking worth  reading. Let us send  you k copy.  Canada Malleable & Steel Ran*  Mi'li. Co., LimUctl. Oibiwa, Q*\.  Klnbornlo preparations .m* bolng  mndo by'Mr' W. J. QuUilun, District  Ihisscngei' Agent ot the Grand Trunk  j'liclilc nt Wlnnlpc:v for lho minimi  nine duy'a excursion organized by tho  bimlnoHS men of Mint city. This Includes a round up of buffalo, door,  moose, elk, and imlelopo at lluffnlo  Park, Walnwrlghl, by Mr, Ilermey,  Mm Chlor Superintendent of Parks,  end a frontier cole-bra Hon by thn Peace  River IndlniiB at Athtthusca Landing,  who will (lemmiHtralo their national  dnncpR and glvo tin exhibition of tho  furs and other nnfurnl resources of  lho lIuilBon'fl Hny DUli'lot, Arrange-  mc.nlH hnvo also boon completed for  a trout flahlng expedition at Fltzhugh  on thrt-mnln lino of lho O.T.P. In  the heart ot tho Kocky Mountains.  Spring Approaches  Tho tulips gay uro on tholr way;  Woll soon havo buds gnloro.  The young lamb chop will frlnk nml  I*/Ml  Around Ilia bu teller's store.  Statu of C'hlo, City of Toledo,      \ ,.  Lucas County / ' ���������  "���������'rnnlc J, Uicnoy makes oath Miat, ho Is  f-iniiloi' jmrlimi* of tbo linn or !���������', J,  Choney & Co,, dolnir buslnenn In tho city  of Totoclo, County and Stato nforesaid,  nnd tliat nnld firm will poy lho mini of  ONR UUNDIU'ID DOM.AltS for each nnd  ovory cum* of Ontnrrli that cannot bo  euroil by lho uso of null's Catnvrli Cure,  FJUNK J.  CH.MNRY.  Sworn to bot ore mo nnd Riibxcrlhed In  u.y nroaniioo, i.-h Gib'dny of December,  A,r>. ixsu.  LScnl.) A. W. OLRABON,  Notary l'ublio,  ir������U'n Cnliii-rli Cure Is taken Internally,  nnd not*- Mln-i'lly on (tin blood nml  iim-ruuM Niirfiu'i'M of tlio n/utem. Sunil  fur li'iu: ..oiilnlH froo,  I*'. .1. CIIENl'lV & 00,, Toledo, O,  Hold by till (InimitHli, 7Co.  Tiilio IIuII'h Family PJII11 for coiutlpa-  tlon,  It. had been a distressingly hot day.  Itllay returned homo thoroughly ox-  hnustod after n hard day's work and  found his bolter halt pocvod and also  llrod out aftor putting lho greater part  of tho day ln at the wanhtub, She  was, howovor, at tho timo ho entered,  seated, fanning herself vlgoroimly.  Ami yo not no bupper.' nu asKou,  .**t'iJJCH*h,'i'. angrily.  Supper is U!  sho askrd  STANDARD  Gas Engine Oil  Vied and recommended by the leading,  engine   builders all over the country*  Keeps its body at high temperatures.  -r^Equally-good=for-external-bearings;r-   GRANITE  Harvester Oil  A heavy, short-cut oil for farm machinery. Insures the least possible friction  and wear. Moisture and changes of temperature do not affect it.  El Dorado Cartor Machine Oil  Mica Axle Grease  Capitol Cylinder Oil Silver Star Engine Kerosene  Thresher Hard Oil Imperial Motor. Gasoline  Stock carried at 300 tank and warehouse  stations in Western Canada. For addresses,  price lists, etc., write any agency.  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Main Offieti  WINNIPEG  tei'uu, M-me ittt, Stilitats, CrJfvy,  Edntitw, Letkbridfe, Vueoinr  Easy Remedy  Ho (nervously)���������Maruaro , thoro'a  been somothliiR trembling on my lip**  for months and montha,  Sho���������Yos, ho I aoe, Why don't  you shavo it off?  Tlnclo l'llion~-l tell yon, thoso cab  fellers in Now York liavo tho best  momorlou In lho world.  Undo i'lzra-Ilow do you mako thut  out?  Undo Ubon���������Well, from the way  lliey hollered at me this last time, I  wan down, there, -. thoy must hnvo  known-thai I was Uio feller who tip-  pod ono of 'em 11 finnrter to drlvo 1110  from tho station back ln '70.  Heartless Man  Henry, Henry! whispered tUs  frightened woman at she poked her  sleeping husband in tho ribs. Oh,  Henry, do wako up. Thoro'a a burglar downstairs ln tho kitchen and  I'm sure ho'll iind that cake 1 baked  for Sutulny.  Hour)* rollod ovor.  Well, ho mumbled, what do 1 caro  bo long iih ho dopfl not die in the  houso.  lie kluscil his sweetheart. In Ilio hall,  Uo kissed hor o'er and o'er.  A Joer ('iiiiio I'l-mii hor b roi hor ntnall,  Hay,, mister, what's lho ccoru''  If peoplo would wtop climbing hllln  beforo thoy got to them thoro would  bo less of.that tlrod fooling In the  world.  1 want a llconso tn marry lho bent  girl in tlio world, snid tho young man,  Tho clink nodded smilingly nud ro-  piled: Siiro. That makes tlio 1,1100  licenses for that girl   his ������oasfiu,  Tired and Weak  Nerves Exhausted  A lady of advanced ago required lho  BM'vlcas of a page-boy and advertised'  Youth wanli'd. Olio of hor dearest  frlonds aent hor by the Jioxl priHt a  b-ittlo of ninnk's r-i-lohrnffil wrlnklo  (lilm- and iikln llghtenor, a pot of  fairy bloom, a set of false tooth an.l a  lloKt'ti wl*.;.  ���������             1.1  Llltlo Prune?-*���������Wo do*. ������ now baby.  Mr*. Neighbor**- You don't say!  Littlo l'i-anc������-i������--Yo6'ni; an' lu ���������������>'���������������.-'  open jo������* llko my dolly'* lei* I ������lo������-������  i-oniolhlngH U tho matter wif iu  tvorku, Vituso lis ov������m mm t f*'i Mm:  *very time ihev lav It down.  wld yo. Ma all tired out from a  hard day's wumiclt In the liato aa'  you como homo nn' aBk for yfcr supper. Bad cess to ye. Yo would  i-iici'ii no tiuppvi oiiui-r it )c������ nan to  wurrulc all day In the devil's own furnace. AIb.v indado for you all day  down tn a nice cool sower.  Tiio feciiUAs of fatigue una i.uiguoi  ivhiv-U  oit-i'i.vJ.'it  tii* :&u: ���������  jicf-jdi*  M  Go onI this season of the year toll of lho ex-  Success does not spoil everybody.  Tho other day a young Swiss nio four-  teen, Vt'I boll',d oggn, rthdN ond oil.  But to his frlonds ho ia still tho samo  ilmplc, unnffiV'lofl mnn.  hnustod condition of tho nerves.  It is imposalblo to keep up tho action 0. tho heart and the vitality of  the norvoft whon tho blood Is thin and  waU'ty, nun ui** in Vifiy iii-aii> vici,*-  body needs tonic trontmen'".   In   tho  spring.  Somo of tho symptoms an restless-  nofia, purpfiHch'HH activity, InsoniuU'.,  tibsont-mlndoilnoi'i, llrod gait, lack of  ambition and onthuslnsm, headache  at\d ueufuigl'* pub's. (1ysp'1psln and  foollngs of languor and deprcshion,  "Woiininny (A iv (irk nml un-ntnl hvm  lifjt oi  nuriiii  Morn and  tiOUH.  woro mon ;i".' ������������������"[,<:.i-'-\  aro nbllRod to nook tho nsslstonco of  such coticontrated foods as Dr,  ChtiHi/H Nervn rood to ro .ow vitality to lho lived aud worn-out nen'oa.  Such treatment is   necessary,   be-  i.,*..si',  n nv.'ii.M -,  v.   x.4^0   .i*..-.!'.-*     \.   t.\*'..  right themselves. Aa nerve forci  rnns low tho digestive sjs'.em fa.ls  lo extract Ihe necessary nutrition  from tlir food. Dr. Clii..ie'a Nerve  I'ood hiipplleH It condi'tiHcd form Van  Ingredients lei-iitred, and restores  li.-nlfli.  A llttlii raUeiK.-ft   li iK-cesiwry   in  trcatliiB rtUotiBos of tho nerves, ani\  Jack and I have paiu-d for ever,  dad.      Gr/od  gracious!    What doei  that  moan?   .Moans  I'll  get a  five  pound box of chocolates from lilm In!  a'iDiii an hour.  |7  stral 1 cir worry sap Use nervous *y*-  vest helps to r-'-icre stn-iiRth.    Yo'i  ��������� I t''ltl,   Ui   H.i'<"<   .<i"0   II'I.*   hu"   iiiiiiHiii'ttM. mil   ui)   ai.li' ���������"''���������   U-���������BIKV.B*   I'-���������  f juodi-rii Ji.'".  wh'ther in the bimi-'hiii;������i when }0-; u������t  or  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  W. N. U. 949  i)'.1 vcn'.'j .1 mix, \> Iir ii Ot', a' al!  lr������;*-"M, or l.dm-i^ton  Ued, Toronto  ha'.ei ii Co , 1:.: <m% HEWf, CiTMBERLAMB. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  *,** m,*H*ta,***l  ;V^-c**������---*l������**"^w*^^  ops  3***>-������*A 8-S. *��������������� 4������������&  ������!'wn*w������w^!w. ii ssn-r..������-nMWw������������^  Efts  ���������O  > jKW STOCK of the above in well assorted patterns  ; ^ and desious at POPULAR PRICES .......'  Our stock "of ��������� Furniture,��������� H6^rlc-fur-  ��������� shings; Hcds; etc., -etc.. is aways  1 wnplete and prices the ..best,  Try a  Fawoe.tf Range j they  are  -.ays i-atisfnctoiy..  Tenc'ers will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed  with ibe'actua! signature of the tenderer and', enclosed in the' envelopes furn-  shed.   . ., .      ' ���������  Thc-lowest or any lender not .nccessar  ���������ily .accepted,.  J, E. GRIFFITH,  Public Works Engineer  Department of Public Works,  ���������   Victoria,, IJ. C, June .7th, 1913.  }tx , 10J2'  o  JJiie<? jilook.  Mel  ���������Cinn'beii.-uid  a ^M^u^nH'J^���������������*^\^^*'^'^^'ft^''>,LWl'*lil'''lt^,l i-'W������it**ii-wiiw���������i-w.-w  *" .��������� S, tt.  (".owiclu'.n   did   not  ������������������. *.* iviih   lho   mails on rinc\s-  . ���������."���������>���������-������������������. tig it js .uaid to a   strike  .1.   civ-w &t, Vancouver.  ������y.arvy "lias   'been   -the ���������-busiest  Kill la th-is city and" district   iu  ���������   ��������� c-.iiou with tho  Automobile  ���������"     :ci;!.t:o!i'fi ball nud 'supper.  N <JUXt *CitM-0l3,:X!tXt*i*ZMaa  --O-  ���������������������������rea-t -iiion-y of the mosquitos  ���������ill.iwac.lc, weighing- a pouu.d,  .0-1,1 a lioo and iiaVk.  ''���������''���������ii Board of Trade held their  ���������alar monthly meeting in the  ....::-.-.'vyati.ve rooms on Friday  ���������.������������������.-:iin{jy Matters of importance  "���������:���������.-. di-* cussed' in .connection*  .','v':i the pioposed raihv.ay into  \\ -.i'*erl:*i*d,      ar.d  ���������the  visit  .0  ih_*   I3.-ifi.sJi - Press    Associ  v-fii'.n 10 Canada, lo which an in-  Vila*ion   will    he   sent   hy   the  I-:;.)!;!.:!, as   lliey   intend   visiting  ; i (a v. v of the cities and   towns of  ���������thi;" pr^y'iuge.   -  My. JvCJar.kc, a former principal of our high school, and now  .if thu Victoria high school staiT,  'ihi'in town ('bud net ing tho high  f.chool '"D-saiiiinatiyn.*',  Mimy a sjiinator I'ca.lj'MS that  girls are wife who nnirry whilo  yet. hi thoir teens.  al  J'.etwoeJi Snflragufro fas-teis anil  Belf*.utc\rs thn Asquith govern,  mont is a linos'; afraid to adjourn  for lu iich.  The .Supremo Court of- Missis-  sippiJiolds tli^.t a ruzor is not a'  weapon .bu.t ' "a.11 implement of  toiliit," Tii is construct ion is not  generally accepted .at colored picnics or dances.  Tlie enormous sum of ������020,-  850,000 wan. distributed in the  United States and ..-Canada during  1912 hy lifo insarango companies,  according to computations mado  public by tho Insiuanco, Press.  * London, Jiily 7.��������� The following statement was handed to tho  Canadian Aspocia'ted Press today  by a high financial -authority here,  2m  y$������  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  O EALEI) TENDERS, superscribed  *--) "Tender for Extension 10 Minio  .Sclinol-hnusi;," will he received by the  Honourable thn Minister ot PublicW.orks  up to noon of Wednesday, the 25th d.iy  of June, 1913, for tne erection and com-  pleiion ol .1,1 extension of one room to  the School-house, at Minio in the Comox Electoral District.  This work to he completed on or before the 23th day .of An-just, 19-13,'.  J'iaiis, specification ���������, contract, and  forms of Tender may be seen on iind after the Qtli day- of June, .1913, at  the ofiice .of Mr. J. Paint, (lovcrnmer.t  Ajjcni, Cumberland, B.C.; Mr. .W. C.  White, Secretary of the Si hool Hoard,  Minio, and the Depaitnien.t of .Public  WVii!;-*, Victoria, 11. C.  Intending iciv.lorers -can obtain one  copy ol plans and .specifications for the  sum of ten dollars ($10) by applying to  the undersigned, which will be refunded  if rcuirncd in good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank c!ie>.|iic or ceriifi-  caie'ofde|-.(-s;it on ,1 cliaiitcieii btink of  Canada, made pay.iblc to the * Honourable the Minister of ublic Works, for a  suii. equal to 10 rer cent of ihe lender,  u'liich shall bc forfeited if the party tendering decline ic enter into contract  when called upon to do so, nr if he- fail  to complcic the woik cotiiracted for..  The cheques or certificates of deposit of  unsucGdss'Oi'l tenderers ,v.vll ,bir returned  in then ..upon the, execution of the  contract*. ;���������  f!^������t^lii4^^^'^*^e������^Sn^^^aAfit^tifi>it^   ticj*������^l#fflAAKt*&*gl*),-frlli  ;W ' MAROCCHS BROS  GROCERS  AND.PROPRiETORS   OF"  CUMBERLAND   BOTTL'-NG WORKS  ���������We9eG&D9$*&MR9QQ**&     ffi������S������0������*3*������������������-J������������������������������d������"f ������������&  Pilsener Brewing Co.  thirst-'.class   'priiii'iu-g    of    all  kinds done at*^he HKWS'Qffi'ce.  F.Oli SALE '     =    '  , .'MtiiUrii  rt si 1 !<��������� I ice  and* double  C-.n'!'j*.'tii.inUt on jPenrith Avuime  and    l''iffh   street,**   fc&'ptio   tank,  ���������bath* tu-id toilc^.lioi. and cold  \\*a-  K'.iy.hir^t* bnst'.nieut, s-phmdid vog-  (tiu'ibK-1 and flower ^nrdoii.     . JVi6e,'  ���������jncludiii^ fine new ran^e and other  funiisdijngt^   $'2,500.    Terms,  81,000 eai-'] 1; lia;l���������n:c������- tuy-iiit  p.ur-  .clitiscr,     Vox  fiii'ther par iciilnrt-  ppply oh thn prcniisc.'".     M-r?. II,  J.' Tli'wJiah;!.' I't'iirilli A\nnue.  PDsencr Brewing Com-  ������������������ pany, Limited.   o   TAKE NOTICK, pin������uanf to  .section 18 of (he '''Companies'  Act," that ijw; ahovt* ��������� mimed  Company propose, one jiiouiii af  t..-r dale hereof, to cluinye their  jiniiie to the **I;..laiHl lirevviiif.;  Ooinpaiiy, I./iniilcd.  Dated thi** iGthdny ol'Juin' 11-13  .1. C.   KOSS,  ,Seci clary  IJ011'  ���������ie\t older for priuiiu*^ ui'li'lis.  having tntithato connection with  Canada, ''It is now obvious  that thoso in a position to judge  that Mr. Home Payne's --licent  attack on Canadian munie.ip.-t  credit in London has been mis-  trrhievous to a degree, eavli day af"*  fordiiiff fresh evidence   uf the evil  lvsnlts or   a    wanton      wariiii)-^..  '���������Thiie is nothi-ng more fen.-itive  thr. 11 credit, arid if \v**& surely un-  jusiifmlilo for Mr florno Vtytui to  i.-i-uc Jut? pronour.ficmont ������-.*��������� would  be cry of firp in. ijiio rnicb t of u  church ci":������i4't*-4-:i"ioo, ' becfliiH** lho  cliimney wna pinokin-.-;. ''Friondh  uf Canada io Liondon think liial  meetings blight 1)9 called 111. cot la in  points in tho provinc'*- of Cuiuh,  to di.-ouss the matter mul miit.iio:l.--  taken lo protect iliei/teehe-.) ai/'dun  possible rrpoLi'.ion of this iuicmIIc.'i  for aUack.  WHAT WE PRINT  ' Wo print-.ladies' aiid gontlomens  visiting cards.  AVe print weddinp; invitations.  Wo print dunce programmes.  Wo print hotel bill of fares. *  We print, meal tickets, also  milk and broad tickets.  ' Wo print posteri-*,' handbills  and dodgers.  We print placards and notices,  on canvas.  Wo   print concert programmes  and admission tickets.  ���������*������������������  Wo print business cards.  We. print, billheads, ordinary or  loose leaf system.   ���������  * ' >���������  We print letterheads and note-  heads.       , ���������  Wo print statemenlsand envelopes, "   ���������*'  We turn out  work  when you  ���������* *  want it and how you want it. *  Supplied to the Public  ORDERS must be given   not:  later  than 10 A.M.   to   ensure   delivery  same day.  ������S^300������33������S������������������������������93"*������3  Qp32������������������mm%������&9$&������Q9������  a  GIDEON HICKS  PIANO COMPANY  GOVERNMENT ST. VICTORIA, Ii. C  Complete Stock of ''Ye-Oldc Firme"  n.MUliJU.SALKX'iO.  ���������T^EAbUD riiJNDintf'. >vi!l !*-o  -^ cciv/J'.1.   liy   tl.e    Mini '.tor  baiidi"   not   lul'.'i'  .than   noon  foryet   to   plitco   yourj'lio MOth d.iy of .Inly, l*,li;!, f..|  P'-irclm'-i- of Lici'tiee No.   V.-*'*,  iag f),070,(IOO   fiu.t  of  1'-.���������.!��������� :  land lying north uf  Lot ]<���������'  T. Ii.   3-18-J7,   o.-kiyljoP. ������������������     :l  urd, Valdcp I.-"1 a 1 id.  Two yfturfj   will   I -���������      .  llie rnntovnl oJ llm  i'i ���������  I'.ir'.iciiliiri' 01 li    |S  Chief J-'ore.-iU'r, Vic'. *  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  ; WRITE FOR. CATALOG AND PRICE' LISTS.-'  Convenient-Terms of Payment Arranged.  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers . in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  R  f  EH ]  s  H  ct  n  ��������� ������  I  1  I  iiiiiillllllUIIIIIIIUHlllHUIIIllil'llHIIIIIIII'KIIIIUillilillllJllllitill^  ."^ar^^^^^BsrtVf5*  c*V'W*I^v^^V%*V**^^'^  CAPITiVL, $15,000,000^ REST, $12,500,000  Issued by'Tho Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient'and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These-Orders,  payable without charge at-any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following nites:  $5 nnd under ,,.,.,,.    3 ccnta  Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10   0  "     10      " " 30 10  ���������������*���������     30   ,   " '��������� 50 .*..15  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should bo mndo by-nwuino of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS mid  MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without deluy at roaflODablo rates.  tlTCIBEaLAWDBiia.H'JH , '. \7. T. WHITE, T-Iti'niifjcii  ,������^-rmmfifr''lwiiiiiiwnl> ���������^wihiimim ^ywwiMM.i in 11 ii...hiiiii iiii.n.   ..iw i ii ii,iih.iiiii.ii,<  t(  II  (I  GIVE   US   Y0\. .   riEXT  . . Ot^DE>^  \ For Sale i  A Mason & Risch Pi.;tio  hi l-'ii'st-Class nrrler; *il-  most js j^ood as new; will  Hell at a sierifici-,  Por pimir.ilars, apply  to    Cuuiherlaud    Xevvi*.  J-Jiinsmuir Avcniu;,  Cumb'.'rhmd, II. C.  ������*#r  &vt Vvfe*  *&  m  ������  M  i ii mi ir ii m ��������� asm in���������i im nn i *MiiTn mrfir '  ^lUlllllllilillilUlliHIitliltliill'llliliUllH^ y  S    r-������    ''I-    1   -O    "      TT     -*,1 '"   'rt        '      ��������� -- *"     *,        ������^'rt       rt        ^  =���������wapiuUi-*. cii(i-v.p7v-l'l7580f000i���������~*^���������*���������I"*���������k~~^^���������^R"oservO"$"lt37000;000~p.  The Royal Bank of Canada. * |  \ DKA-FTS' ISSUED   IN   ANY.   CURRENCY,. PAYABLE" ALL'r!  j y, OVER   THE   WOULD. .  .    '   '  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS &.interest f  a*   athi-rheet Current Hales a lio wed on l^epos-itsof $1 andlipwiuda..   ������  OOIttBEaLX^D, B   0 , B*au5h,_Opjn Daily  | UNION FAY, B^O.   Sub-Branch,i Open Tuesdays & Fridays  | D. M. MORRISON, Mtinfiger.  I COURTENAY,   B; (3 ,    Branch,    Open Daily.  1 ���������    R. H.'HARDWICKE, Manager.  %pi!llllllll!!!!lllt!������!M  P. PHILLIPPS HARRISON  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  M  ttrwutat *������Mr<v������*d4u^M  ManufiaotTOer of M1NEKAL  ifwamiin  CUMBERLAND}  l'4������f * MMrMlHtaNMI-^  itrl  .**  The Hems  p. 0. BOX 482  riroNK *.!9..,,  -t.\.-sv.wir-f..K-r.iKui-i.-irxurxAi*������\.crm>-!niW.sw^  r'tttt'u&^iti'zmvxzti'i} titrTi^fl^iii*i';-ia23."XtEo������air^        itK^lijmszraacv^^uM I  &^E3S523^:'X^2S^ (Hsse^s^^^  it'.ir*ttrrr"m* i.-������.v.j*������������w^',*v."*.r^*J >j\.*{*  * \*r* m*at*4 k^-btwrnv r*i>*t***w,'*t*ri*ikvnm.t u������***^#M������������jN.-*ufi.-..*.^AjJ.*������v.i������*  %!^^������^^^^ia*^;:K^^^  SUMMKR MA!'  Tii'' fnlVivvi" <  , i'1*. tV.c -iiiiiil *. ���������"���������*  p i wi't'k;  % '    .StcHHUir'.  ���������^���������^���������������������������"*^^-^>-*fr**>^**-*������.^ | TJtiy  mm  The  STOBI  GET IT AT  rr,,y:i'fyr>^.r.:  PLIMLEY'S  IT'S AU. RIGHT  h Grade Cycles  htly' Damaged  Viol  in  vitrii'*;--:.   T .ikin<j in.t  rt  eliinenccdk'is mid Victor k<.*U'i<;  for salii at tho New.-" o'Xive.  ���������flv-*  FOR   55ALK    H'-.-!::t:;r   I'i-  Il.;ni!  Apply to Kobcjl  IslflHll,   ������, C.  ������s')JI;n,  '1 ii(-"iii:i  Tlitnnd  Snlui !r  Tuiir.s k'.  n������n I'iiv  ' "-V-y.  r'".  ]\    v-*|    yp���������''������������������.r-4*\! > ?.fi\ii -y-"J  M'b  M^;ffC|7|piiKhtly uamagea  V^h  /.-nr-D  v-.-'>'H'i-;v.H  U.'hi r        ,     ,,. ,     ,,   ,   y ,,  N2*i  Oennral Eoroliants  uos-liiv  10'  'BuIT, OA-IsTD^T 33T  OU) NEWSIMIM2RS !���������<  ftAT.ft AT -r\l)p OFi'fCi: .^;rr?  I, ,    l, \. I       i '  . * ������v  WI'll 11V   '  Tluii's-hi  i'l'i'1*''-  Salutd.  f!  IV  CM  P. O.  Box 662  Cumberland,  c'irt  T������".^t*i -r..'  m;:^:tt^������7d'������$:  -*'<*!*?.**'���������  rl.:?2  ys  -<������������������*"��������� i^-  -^������������������ic.-Ci-'^''  tOrVUU,nt  reductions,  Write fot details  s  ao  ���������RT  '  J  VICTORIA, B. 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