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 .    . :f.  v  (J\ [Jsyy-v^  W^  I  A. Journal Devoted. Especially, to the Interests of Co  The News, Twentieth Year  CUMBERLAND, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, -^f>8w<.^-^  M____M2���������CESJB���������  Vfe^ The Store  \ ofQuality  -        (Si)  The Store V^//  ofQuality [  u  &  INFANTS  AND  Arrived   by express *a few. days ago  One of the nicest assortments of  ..Children's Bonnets, Hoods etc  -you could wish to see and the prices  are reasonable.      Infants' bonnets, in.  tii scan straw,    trimmed, pink rosette  and "pink ties, .lined.,  -A very dainty,  ' bonnet for baby.    Price $1,00  ��������� ������* White" silk    bonnet,    beautifully  embroidered, a really lovely creation  ..for the. little tot.    Only $1.10  - *  .See our.-*large selection and you will  " "have no difficulty in making  youir-eho  LEISER & CO.; L  Correspondence. ������  To tlie Editor.  Sir:���������A 6hort while ago.I was  advised by two well-known citizens tliat one of,the aldermen  had made use of extraordinary  words in connection with a'fire  in the camp; this prompted me  to insert.an', item in The "News  relative thereto.    A day or so la  0  ter Mr. William Be'veridge, while  in a peevish mood, aud evidently"  having    ascertained    that     tlie  cap fitted him to perfection,  ac  costed aiid accused me ol" having  intended the item  in question to  apply to him, and-ho at the same  time emphatically stated that the  whole item wns untrue aud suggested   that   the   writer, ��������� should  deny the same in the papers.   .It*  therefore behooves m_ to retract  which .1 will proceed to do :,  ���������  The alderman  mentioned   in  said item is not a wonder;   he  is  uot aud neverwas- a quiet, and  secluded iudividualyaud, the   in  telligcut portion, of the   electors  did not elect him.   So iu view of  hisdeniabandmy foregoing de  nial, one would be led. to believe  that lie-is" a noisy busy-body and  that the.unintelligent portion   of  the electors   are  responsible  i'or  his election;  Falls Three Storeys  and Still  Uninjured  J  Jll ���������ll ir,J"   ���������!���������" ���������r^��������� - .���������-������������������..--���������.������-������*irmr-w.-r*Ji HUM--I'M tntMlU  ___��������� iinrniiiinri'iinr _r nm nrr r n* i min -itt  I  WELL-KNOWN RESIDENT  PASSED AWAY  Mr. Walter Sterling Mel'hee DioJ  at His Home Last Sunday  Morning  Tlio grim ronpor has again tak-  "u another esteemed friend ��������� and  respected citizen in tiio portion of  xMi*.* Waller Sterling Moi'hce, of  Ceurtnuay, who died at liis home  on Sunday morning, -June '.l:l\\d,  aged _-l. years nml 0 month**.  The lau* Mr'. MePhce who the  oldest sou of Mr. and Mrs. Joseuh  *  M<*l"lii'i" ol (-ourti'.nny, nnd bet'ides  Iii.-. jmroniK leav-JB ft wife and  two children,' alr-iij three brothers  und il i-isfeV lo mourn lit;? lo^,  viz; M������'.shrij Horiii.'i', Wallace and  (|)r,) Jtiii-ioii Mi'I'hce and Mrs.  C.illiu.    ���������  Twenty j'nai'B ago, when Tin'.  Ni'W.-; lirt-t i-tarled, which was at  Ouiirteuuy, un .ior thu mniiaeumeut  of Mr. Wliiriiey [who hat- Mtii'o  |)H!W-l lu tho "Ocat JJoyuul")  Mr, Mel'lme stalled to nerve his  iippreiitioi'i'liij) in thu priuling  Iiiii-niii's-i at that linie, but. later on  he discovered thu occupation  dii  ,,,,i .... ii i',,        i     i    ��������� t   i i  J'U.   .������...-   -i....,  .1*1    ..'-   I.Uiul'l.    I'I   iiv  i. Hi: i'oiiyweii Uie  grocery and di*y goods hiii-inm*-!'  up to Iho timo of Iii.' dnUh.  Tin* Nr.ws  rxtiMidf. iti'   <"im'..**-.  Thousands of Miners  Will Declare Strike in  State of Virginia  ���������"���������~a   Charleston, West Va., Tune iS  ���������Agemnal strike of miiiers ,in  N&w Ri.er coal field, district No.  29, United Mi no Workers of Am  erica, will be called next week,  according to au announcement  to-night of Thomas Haggerty,  member uf the International  miners' hoard, Fifiecu thousand men arc employed in the  New Rive field.  *������������������ Tho decision to call a general  strike was reached to-day at  Dcoklev, W. Va,  Y/hcUioi 15,000 miners will be  idle depends, it is smitl, upon  what, confessions may ho granted by the operators. Ir i*1 bcliev  ed that some of the upeiators  within I lie next few day*1 will  grunt tcrnn agreeable Lo their  employees In all such iu-*lnu-  cos, it is ir.thr.-Ucd, such op-..-iii-  to.'.s will be protected when there comes,--* Sun.  SAIJ'/ -Sucking  Apply to  Robcit .Soliau, Hornby  Island, I.', C.  jnst teem mi���������a cnm-ugnmeiii  of steel ami runber tired tmggies  democrats   \v:is.'������r.m-*.:������5 etc.    Extra  rTnn^lIenasn_snT^f.TlT^Islan_^  er, appears a lengthy communication  purporting to", have, been  written  and contributed, by .Mr.  B.veridq-.    He  states:, tUe*������i.n, I .  O - '���������>   '-. j,_-* >p ���������-.."���������  "He says the alderman 'is a  quiet secluded citizen. It.would  be better if many more were secluded, especially in tho night  time, etc.".  When Mr, Bevcridge uses   the  IT *     ������  words "many more, ' I presume  hn means "many more alder  men." Well, he is a member of  the Council aud o.ughl to know.'  He .further states that the  "Council represent one or  two  Sixteen-Months Old  Child . Has  Marvellous Escape After Headlong Dash to Ground  There is a \ oungster in  Vau-  couver'who  bids fair to become  one of the greatest acrobats of all  Mme.    His name is   "Jack'"  Often, and he is the 17 mouths-old  child of Mr, Ii.  Otton, of  Suite  40," Cecelia court, corner of Seventh avenue and Carolina street.  Yesterday "Jack," .who, is just  beginning    to   toddle,    showed  signs of coming gymnastic eminence, when he climbed to tho win  dow   of  the flat looking out   on  the. street from the   third-story  window.    '-Jack*'' did not trouble to make his   bow lo the awe-  stricken pedestrians in' the street  Fie straddled himself on the window ledge and-then, without any  ceremony described  a -beautiful  curve in a headlong dash to the  street. ��������� Neighbors who had been  watching ran. out in  fright,* but  ''Jack"-was neither prone to receive plaudits.or''take any ceii-  sare from them.   .   .  Pie j just landed squarely on  his feet after the dangerous exer-  cise&md-'ran to his mother.' Tlie  larte'r-'was most-surprised.of all  r  Wo havo just received,, another  shipment of MEN'S  CLOTHING,   consisting of Navy Bluos, Blacks, Drowns,  Greys, and Fancy Mixtures.  Also another nice range   of SAMPLES for   our  , Made���������to���������Measure���������Department  ___g^___-*_g������-__3&^^  ���������MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS coat style collars to match  MEN'S'TOP SILK SHIRTS, MEN'S OUTING   Shirts  Our footwear Department is NOW COMPLETE-  Sole Agents for the "K" MAKE, OF SHOES  THE  CORNER STORE  PUOiNE 10 T. .0.  HOX 100  Macfarfene  curs," this course statement ol  his nifty be true, though when  one considers the source,it is diffi  cult to believe. There is, however, a possibility that the piint  er twisted the words about and  that MY. Doveridgo meant just  the reverse.  Mr. Bovcridge's letter goes on  to mention that I advised him of  ihe inline of my informant and  also adds some irrevolaut matters  regarding by-law.**. Now, taking   t!ie;;e   .i.ssL'i'tious,    U'y-'t-hei  to see that her darling son was  not.only- unhurt, but was smiling  at breaking bounds from his  home in such a novel way.���������Sun  c  ���������  -o r*  CARD OF THANKS  I take this opportunity of  thanking the public for their  kind assistance aiid liberal subscriptions, collected i'or me by  'Messrs John McMillan and  James Quinu."  JOHN'McPHEE  The Cumberland Hall to be Opened Up With Vaudeville and  Moving Pictures on-First  of-'the Month,.  .   One of tlie  main  features of7.  the new management will be the  moving pictures,   four  reel's   of-  which/will  bo shown,   and. pro-.,  ^eed_^y^J^j^rA'_Uest_tuleu-!-^_  with his donirtl of having' uttered  those faui'iii*.; words, ''.Let the  Iloogar lJurru," al fn.st led mc  to believe that lie was outclassing that aut.ient and nutorium* i Stoi'  unworthy -Ananias, but on ftirth  We are iu formed by Mr. Thos.  Hudson thnt the people at Union  Bay have contributed most liberally towards the spoils to be held  there on'Dominion Day. Quite  a large sum has beon collected.  Courtenay will also celebrate  Dominion Day in grand st}le  There will be a large aud vailed  programme of events, consisting  of hoi*i..e racing, baseball and foot  ball matclms, besides a large  number of the usual even is are  included iu tlie pro^ramm-',  .Mr. Ii. Willi; Ii.t' ������������������lartvd up in  the biikf-i") I'li-itu-fii iu tlio J 1*1*11 #-  iiic.*.   next,   to   the   .Magnet (-a.-.h  Mr. Willis  er ';uu*'id<.'Ulioii   ot thi: ina'ler   1  i;\ve come to the coiieliiMon that  lu* i.-i ju-;L "imply  a common   or  garden variety of prevaricator.  As regards  ihu Council decid  ing to   run the municipality   for  the hone'it ol   ���������tlliiirtsoji,"   this  .        ,  .  1 , -   .    t- ,.  ..:  \ '.,*,-Hi* t     ������ w* ������    .... * J ...at   ...      ^ ih III  i uie mi.      it v-iOUid i-e lUat'iitliig  ti know just liow iiimU>   sitting;-  ���������Iri   illl'l    C*1'!-  in   Ih"   bill."-  ing ln-::im*i*r* and Iuh brciul i> A 1,  liui'iHt give him 11 trinl  ord"r nnd  .lidi'i'abh" -'."Cj-tfi-jnc-.  ooe no*>v \ *iii ni.e  '.vill C'liuie  We ate informed by the genial proprietor of the Cumberland  Hotel, Mr. Wm. Mcrrifield, that  the moving picture outfit iormer-  ly owned by Messrs Russell and  Webster has been disposed of by  these Ri*nilemeu to l,Doc" Key-  uolds," of Nanaimo. . Tho "Doc"  has had considerable experience  in the moving picture business  and no doubt will meet with  i-real-��������� success iu his new outer  prise here.  The hall will be fixed up iu  proper shape; there will bc an  inclined fl-mr and stationery  chairs placed so Unit everybody  will have an opportunity of see-  ni'*- the cuteuaimentfl to llu-ir  sati'-'lacti'm. The stnf>e is also  being fix-d up in up-to-date  slinjie with all kinds of scmii'iy  1-0 as to make it suitabk' i.r  dramas and Vaiidi-nlle entertain  uiout.'i, as the new management  ir. making arranpmu-ut's f.������r a  circuit of :dio\vs wbh'-h will play  between hero and Nanaimo cveiy  week.  This will be something new  iti Cunibnkind. as nothinj' of  that nature has ever been :dio\vu  ere  before, raid bids fair t������  be  ell pairnnh'.ed.  and supplied by the most rcliab'e.  film e.xehangofl. Good luck 'Doc.;  , Mr.**, John. Horlmry returned,  home last Sunday by the S. >\-  Gowichan'froih Kiirnaby, where  she had been; spending a few-  days holiday with her daughter,.  Mis. Anderson. She was accompanied in me by .Mrs. Andtr-  ou and fatnilv .    .>  Mr. C. H. Heyueu, Anglican;  Student, arrived in town ou Saturday evening to assist, the Rev...  F. Franklin-Watson in the joint  parishes oT Cuinberlaiid and'  Comox.   <������������������   Don't forget to look at Simon*  Leiser's change o^f Ad in this,  issue���������it may interest you,  We had ihe pleasure of mak  iuyy the nfqunintunce. of Mr. N,  li. linden, editor of the Cntuteii ,  ay Review, till* week, who paid:  us a hioudly visit.  I For Sale  $    A Mason & Kisc-h l'iano J  w* v*  <*>    in I-'irc-t-Chis.'i ord..-r: a!- V  most uh good as new; will $  sell ut a ;.aorlftce, S  Fur particular:-., apply ^  jt U>    CuiiiberJaud    News,' j'  v       Dunriuuir Aviuue, ���������  ^        CumhcTlaud, li. C. to THE NEWS, iCTJlinjEHtAND. H. a  ft  AMENDS  FOR ALL  %  " By E. R. Punshon  Ward, Lock _ Co., LlrnltM!  London, Melbourne & Toronto-  (CoatlE-uett)  No, drop it, s.*id Green hoarsely,  'e 'it me lirst, 'e did���������but _s for you,  you drop it.  Well declare! Monday iu deep dls-  disgust at this strange lack of a-1 proper pride in an affair that had occupk \  many columns of the papers; well, I  thought every gentleman naturally  liked, a little conversation about his  own little affairs.  Tastes differ, you see, said Durand;  this way, and he led tliem -down.the  stairs, into tho kitchen, where a tall  thin woman with a flat chest and long  bony limbs, her countenance disflgur-  ' ed by a pronounced squint, was .busy  doing some cooking, while a stout middle-aged man sat sound asleep in a  chair by the lire.  Hullo, my dear! cried Durand, give  us  something to eat,  will  you,   my l  charmer?     Wake up Sneezer, he added, giving the sleeper a shake which  elicited only a muffled grunt.  You leave my man alone, Mr. Da-  rand, grumbled Mrs. Crookes, he  needs a lot of sleep by constitution,  he does, bless'him.  Bless hhn, indeed, said Durand,  well, wake up your own dear Ebenc-  eer���������only look sharp foiy Billy Man  may be here any minute.1  What have we come down here for?  asked Monday discontentedly, why  couldn't we sit In the drawing-room  like gentlemen? For my part, I have  inherited aristocratic tastes that make  places like kitchens quite distasteful  to me.    ���������  T_en get rid of thern, Durand advised, him; get rid of them.  , Ah, but I'm proud of my aristocratic  lastes, returned "Monday with au immense complacent., besides, if we  .Was in the drawing-room we could  i&vo Miss Joan along with us too.  Oh, said Durand, we want 'to talk  - business  sho    must    know    nothing  ubout. ���������   '  She'll have to know some "day, grumbled Monday, when we're "' married.  And when shall we be married, Dave  Durand? You've promised her to  me long enough, so you.have.  Durand's evil smile came and played upon his countenance, making it  ten times more evil than before.  Patience, patience, he said smoolli-  ���������lynrnraldun'sterrder-lovD-miiBt-noi-'be-  l'orced, you* know and yon must have  patience my good friend, before 1 can  call you my clear son���������why, what's the  matter, Green? .  Yon don't mean, gasped cut Green  excitedly, as 'er's to marry 'im?  Your remark is a triflo confused���������  ��������� too many pronouns, don't you think?  But if you mean to ask if Sid Monday  desires lo marry my daughter Joan, ho  dncs.  And she? asked Green, still in the  same excited tones; and she���������what  does she say?  Ah, she docs not know, smiled Durand, while Monday smirked and pulled his collar and straightened his tie;  It. Is a pleasant surprise we aro reserving for her.  Well! gasped Green again and then  seemed to fall Into an amazed si-  le-.vco.  You had better have a care of lior,  wambled Mrs. Crooks, who by now  ' had succeeded In arousing hor slumbrous spouse; she'll bc giving tho  whole show uway one of those days.  " If I was you I'd put lior through If,  so I would, or puck her off somewhere  wiih hor ma whero wo should never  see iifllhor of 'em no moro, They'll  lie iho ruin of us yot, you mark my  wordB.  All, Imt sho can ',** made useful, ve-  Ion oil llurniul, and then turned round  uuif'lily on CJreon whoso routines still  ���������showed lils amazement and disgust.  Multitudes of People  take SCOTTS EMULSION regularly to repair wasted vitality and  enrich the blood to withstand  winter colds and exposure.  It contains the highest grade of  cod liver oil, medically perfected;  it is a cream-like food-medicine,  scrupulously pure and healthful  without drug or stimulant. Endorsed and advocated by medical  authorities everywhere.  SCOTT'S EMULSION drives out  colds���������nourishes the membranes  of tlie throat and lungs and keeps  them healthy.  Nothing equal* SCOTT'S  EMULSION for lung and bronchial  weakness���������sore, tight chests and  all pulmonary troubles.  Equally good for infants,  children or adults, but you must  have SQOrT'S.  Scott & UoT.-ne, Toronto, Ontario       li-S6  PIIPLES nGHED  On Arms and Logs. Caused Running  Sores, Would Tear Himself Till  Thoy Bled.  Liko Opon Wounds.  CuticuraSoapandOintmentCurodi  ������������������    ��������� -- . ���������-  M Pirwnrl St.; Toronto, Ontario.���������  " Wlicn my lmliy wuh nlnn imiiulm old hn  had n lot of pimples ronw on Ills' armi ami  lfil"H wliloh n.-M'il to rom'*  tou Iit-nd, (lii'ii lirmilr unit  I'liusi" riniiiliif! noi-ch, Tlioy  woro liilulit. I'i'il Bpotn,  Yiblrh JU'lK'U ami lmrn<vl  i,n bndly Unit, ho would  lcar lilinv-lf till ho mado  thrill bli'i'it nml lliey w.-ra  rill 11 lui o p *' n woiiii'U,  'I'liuy wcrii on hN fern  mni nnii'i no had Hint. 1  did not llko to tula' dim  mil        lin  |.i)illll   tUM   -.lflMI  ur ri'M unyftlii'H". 1 died  risvinil llim*-*-*-it lioui*' i.iui luu nl >ui'l>rtui,  iliinii.-i )>i'''i>lo iivl in u<1um) ni*.-, but ho  did ������'>i i"'' n I'll Iiciicr.  "I Imt'icil i-iii-li iiliirii In warm witter nnd  rtnli'iii'ii.'-'oiin ninl tlii'ii I imt xmi-u) nriho  ��������� 'MlntiM (ilntnir-i** nn nnil I muni I iln-mmi  ill Mift I Ut"! IHI'I ll" 1-l'J'l   lii-Urr  Hint  night  ilinii Jio imd for tliii-n vn-li*-, nud lio  did twij. kcnitrll lilniM-lf oii'it Unit iiUilil,  I <<Id tliat An* thrc-ri (t.'ij-n, nii-rlit, (.ml nioni-  Ilii;, ^llOll  WO lliillri"!   tlm fmri'1 tti-ld nt������L-  iIiik ililiT nml li'-alln*/, mi I liou-jlu, u  ���������MUufif Ciilli'tir.i Sd.'ip und a Iha olt'iitl-  . ..n in;,', **.,-.:..', Ul.-l :.f' ���������: :> " '. s '!���������! ". f-v  ������l:iy.������i tlicni ���������'���������ill t\������l A I'l'-iiiMi on him.'!  *,.- ;,*.i"*l.' *���������'*'���������  ������������������'��������� w',{   >'���������'��������� '"'  '"'I-'-  ('uii.'ll.*.! ."���������!'-.]��������� JiihI Cn'l " I *lir.i'.i.' i;' !<Ui  h������vl hy |-r:������������l>ti ninl il'iitu- i-vi ���������>���������,*, l:*'rt*.  Yi.ru rlt.ii.'l In- -.ini.1.' '-i'- *���������'.  ������nli ������.'���������!���������.  lm.].-. -..���������.!���������! |i..t <;-"iJ toTn J'-*" ': &. I.'iifia.  Cwy., Ui'l't. Wl>i H'--t,������'' l ��������� ti- A.  And what are you Interested In her  Cor? he demanded; do you want to  marry her yourself?  Me? stammered Green In tones of  such unaffected bewilderment that  evon Monday,-who had heen sitting  silent in rising auger became satis-  fled.     "Me marry 'er!     Jle! lor, no.  How fortunate, smiled Durand, my  dear' Sid, I was almost afraid you  were going to have a dangerous rival;  I was, upon my word,  Lool: 'ere, eaid Green, don't you go  a-poking fun at me���������or 'er���������so there.  ��������� I'm sure I apologise, smile! Durand,  but now frlerd Sneezer is awake let  us get to business, and first of all  about Lady Martin's little affair. The  ball is coming off so soon, there is no  time to lose, and Billy Man is too uncertain for us to depend on.  They became engaged ln .deep discussion while Mrs. Crooks put on the  table a meal of .whicli they partook  heartily Then ono by one they slipped away; first Monday and then  Durand, who was evidently the leader  among them, and last Sneezer, till all  were gone except Mrs. Crooks and  Green, who was to take up his position  as footman at once.  You had better tako 'em up their  .irsa,���������I-i5uppose,_Mrs._CrookS���������Obsorved  to him in a very sulky and.grudging  ln the Secret Service of the Government.  And I don't believe you've heard a  word of all that I've been Baying, Joan,  complained Mrs. Durand pettishly;  you seem a great deal Interested ln  that portrait, she added.  Yes, it Interest: rne, said Joan slowly as siie put down the magazine and  rose to her feet. Shall you bo all  right, 'darling If I go out for a little  while?     *  I suppose I shall have to be, returned Mrs. Durand complalngly, but  what Is taking you out now, Joan.  I wlll tell you some other time, darling, Joan answered as she left the  room to put on her outdoor things.  (To \y Continu-d)  A S..art Salesman  Let me see somo of your black kid  gloves, eaid a lady to a shop assistant. ..  Those are not tho latest, style, are  they,? she asked, when the gloves were  produced.  . Yes, madam, replied the shopman,  we have had thom In ?ioek only two  days.  . 1 didn't think the:- wore, because the  fashion paper says black kids hayo  tan stitches and vice versa. I see  tho tan stitches but not the vice  versa.  The shopman explained that vice  versa was French for seven buttons,  so she bought three pairs.  Modest 0  .  A clerical-looking gentleman, in the  hope of obtaining a contribution, entered the office of a newspaper, and,  finding tho editc." ln, began:  I am soliciting aid for a gentleman  of refinement and intelligence who is  in need of a little ready money but  is too proud to make known his sufferings .  Why, exclaimed the editor, I'm the  only man in town answering" that, description!' ������, What's the .., gentleman's  name? ��������� ."  ' I'm sorry to say I am not at liberty  to disclose it.  It must be me, parson. Heaven prosper you in your good work, said the  editor,.wiping away a tear.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE'BROMO   QUININE.  Look for the signature or IS. W. GROVE.  Cures a  Cold  In Ona  Day.    Cures  Grip  in Two Days.    ������Ec.  ROYAL DOCUMENTS IN  BOTTLE  i)      Economy  It seems strange' to me that you  should.book your passage to.Europe  on such a slow steamer, remarked  Giver to his friend Grinder, a lower  fare certainly would be no inducement  to a man of, your means.  My boy, replied Grinder, I have  made my millions by always seeing  that I got tho full worth of my money  and If I can get ten days' board on  the ocean for less money than- five  would cost, why shouldn't I tal:3 it.  South Pole Flights  Paris.���������-Lieutenant Menard, of tho  aviation corps, will take part in a  sclentific0mission which is to leave for  the south pole next June.. He will  make meteorological, atmospheric and  geographical observations from an  aeroplane.  A Sure Corrective of Flatulency.���������  When the undigested food lies in the  stomach it throws off gases causing  pains and oppression in tho stomachic  region. Tho belching or eructation of  these gases is offensive and tho only,  way to prevent them is to restore tho  stomach to proper action. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will do this. Simple directions p;o with, each packet and  a course of them taken systematically  is certain to effect a cure.  Paired Off  Our aliens quickly pick up British  ideas.  Mow now?-  I asked tho Greek bootblack on our  road if he wasn't going home to fight,  and he tells me that he Is paired with  the Turk who runs the fruit stall.  NEW PISTOLS FOR PARIS POLICE  tone after some time had elapsed; we  has to wait on 'cm now, but in a bit-  in a bit���������  - She prepared a tray with much  grumbling, and Green, awkwardly  enough, for he was not used to such  domestic employment, carried it into  the drawing rjom". He had one or  two such journeys to make, and when  he returned the second timo, it was  evident ho was in a very bad temper.  She never so much ns looked at me,  he grumbled; one would have thought  I wasn't there never *.oO much as looked nt me, she didn't, he repeated with  vast indignation.  Ah, she's a proud 'un, said Mrs.  Crookes vhiously; a real ;,'roud 'un-  but in a bit���������in a bit���������  And ain't she got a right to be  proud? ho retorted unexpectedly, she  has got something to be proud of, ain't  she? And that, ho added" moodily, is  more nor you and mo can-say, or most  other folks as I ever met.  lie sat cown sulkily "in a comer of  the kitchen, while in tho drawing-room  abovo the two ladles took their tea  in a silence almost unbroken, It  was not that Mrs, Durand was disinclined to chatLor���������shc was never that  ���������but Joan's face had on It nn .expression her mother knew well, and that  meant that eho was thinking deeply,  ilul. at last sho spoke, looking up  abruptly.  Mother, slie said; do you know where  that nuigiizino In I showed you���������the  one with the portrait of Wilton Mayne,  tho poet, ln It?  Dear mo, Jo;in, how you stnrllo mo  when you Apeak in thnt sudden wny,  said Mrs. Durand, pressing her hand  to her heart, It's on tho table Just  behind you I thl-.lc  I'm sorrv, darling, said Joan penitent Iv, nud picking up tlio imis'isilne  h"w turned ulowly to the portrait of  Wilton Miiyne, which sho examined  wllh great care. '  I wonder Mrs. D urn ml babbled on,  fei-lliiR herself oi liberty to talk now  .limn had brolion tlie silence. I wonder what, the neighbor!- will think  of our fooiiunn? Don* me. I'm wire  It'H very good of Dnvlil. Only iff*  iitich a MtrprlBo; but I suppoho when ft  num ni'i'M]iloH fiiidi uu Important post  as l)u\lil doPH In the Secret Polltlcnl  SoitI-'i- of tin? Government, lie i������ ������wre  or Ir-Ba bound to be niyHtorioiiH.  Joan mndo no iniflwur, but bent still  lower over llm portrait hIic \yi\ exam-  IhIiik with Biicli delnlled nml idngnlar  cu'e. Hut nrttr nil, her mot hor bo-  llevi'il ihnl i������le a\������M thn Government  Secret Service, so much the bettor,  .loan knew that her own doubl.n had  hiifdeneil now   Into   something   np-  New Weapon to Deal "With Desperate,  Criminals Is Successfully  Used  Paris, France.���������The suffocating revolver was used by the Paris police  recently for the first time, and its effectiveness was amply demonstrated.  The weapon was invented as a sequel  to the motor bandit sieges, when it  was realized that there was need for  Whre"meth"od-of-"overeo:ning-the-rest3t-*  ance of dangerous criminals, without  so much risk to the police  The weapon was used in the Passy  quarter, wl ere a young Creole named  Vitale Pothin, - belonging to a  wealthy family, had suddenly become  mad.  Armed with a revolver and several  boxes of cartridges he had barricaded himself In his room at a flat, and  for several hour:; had fired at any one  who had ventured . approach. A policeman had a narrow escape of being  shot.  Steel bucklers were then fitted to ,i  couple' of detective^, who crept up to  a small window and fired the contents  of their suffocating revolvers. The  room was filled with acrid smoke, nnd  Pothin, half suffocated, mado a dash to  tho window, where he was captured by  the detectives.  List of Valuable Jewels On,ce Owned  by the French Empress Eugenie  Paris, France.���������-An inventory of  jewels that belonged to the Empress  j'ugenie was discovered recently at  "Uontlouis, in the Pyrenees-Oriental  department, by a young soldier wl*.)  was taking a stroll near the fortifications. He nofi'eed the neck of a bottle sticking out of tho ground, and unearthed it. In it was a document  bearing tho seals of the Second Empire, dated September 4,1870, and having the.inscription:' Inventory of jewels and bank notes entrusted today to  M. Manuel Perez* to'be taken to Madrid and handed ,over to the Comtessc  de Monti jo���������probably a relation of the  Empress., -Several items followed:  A pearl necklace presented by the  Emperor of Russia value at $100,000.  Two. pearl bracol 3 from tlu Queen  "of England, valued at $125,000.  A ruby aud diamond parure, from  tho Shah of Persia, valued at $160,000.  yV pc_arl anddiamond necklace' from  The "Grand T)uc"Cons"tWCine7b"f~Rus"siaT  valued at $165,000.  Four parures six. bracelets and throe  necklaces, valued at $320,000.,  Tho document was - headed Paris,  Palace of the Tuilerios, and sir/.-cd by  the Grand Chamberlain of the Palace.  When the authorities visited tho  spot where the inventory was discovered, they found part of a human skeleton, which had apparently been thero  for more thnn forty years.   -  , The only people who havs nc regret  for anything they ever said are those  who havo never said anything of importance.  ZAM-BUK FOR7TBE"fflILDREN.  Mothers Tell  What It Did for Their  Little,,Ones  The Wretchedness  ,o������ Constipation  Can quickly be overcome by   ���������*  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vsgelable  ���������acl surely and  gently oa ihe  fiver. Cute  Bilioiitneu,  Head-  ache,  Dizzi-     0?T ^^i  ness, and Indigestion.    Thsy do  tlieir duty.  Small Pilt, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  /������*  t&^^&Z.  -nab- n0"&iteibj&t-  7Ptl-tMMlfy4  mmm  BNEDYI>A_ KINDS"**-*!  **���������'��������� Che CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, ind BEST HOME  DYE, ������tie cun buy.-Whj- you don't even have lo  know ���������hit' KIND ol Cloth your Goods iro mado  of..-SoXll3t)kes ere Imponlble. "  1- Send (or Free Color Card, Story Booklet, and  Booklet giving remit* of Dyeing; over other colon,  The JOHNSON-RIOHARUSON CO., Limited,  Montreal. Cinida.  THRONE FOR WILLIAM,  For absolute purity and  wholesome  flavor  you  should use  Thousands of mothers ln Canada  owe a debt of gratitude to Zam-Buk.  Mrs. ,T. QuiJing, of Ninette, Man.,  says: "My little boy was suffering  very -badly from a form of slun disease, over his eye. I -applied Zam-  Buk to the affected part, aiiu-'in a  very sho:': time the sores were  healed." ,,  Mrs. F. 'Miners, of 311 Suffolk St.,  Guelph, Ont., says: "My little daughter Lorinda (6), contracted a skin disease. This first broke out like tiny  water blisters, afterwards taking the  form of dry scabs. These would .disappear for a short time, and then reappear "worse than ever. XIi tried  Zam-Buk, and' perseverance with its  use resulted-in a cure."  ��������� All druggists and stores cell Zam-  Buk at GOc. box 01 post free from  ZaTn-Biik Co., ToroiHoTtipon rcceiprbT  price.  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  ai raorcurr will ������ur*ly 'destroy tho seruie ot imel!  and eo'np'et"*ly derango tlio nho'.ei system nbea  entering It throueh las mucous ������url������cc������. Such  ullolj-i Blioultl never bo iihciI erwpt on prterrlp-'  vloua irom rt*uuubl������ physicians, na tlie duuikse they  will <to ln ten lold to the good you can poisluly de-  rlvo Irom tliem. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufectund  liy F, J, Cheney _ Co., Toledo, t:>��������� conulm no mcr-  miry, nml la taken Internally, acting directly.upon  tho blood and inncoim Mirfacw ol the nystem. In  buying Hfill'n C.'otnrrli euro bo dure you Rft 11m  genuine. It In Uke.'i tptrrnally and rn.tdo In Tolfdft  Ohio, by V. J. Cheney A Co. Testlmonluls tree.  Sold by WruRKL:'.a.  Trier*, 15c per bottlo.  Take Uall's Fnmlly rills tor couaUpaUOJlV  REAL ESTATE PROFITS  Wo only handle property of sterling  merit, on wnlch we ara prepared to  e-uarantco profits.  "Our WOODbAWN." ST. VITAIj.  and "DEER LODGE" properties aro  good Investments. We want a srood  agent to represent us la every towtt*.'  For terms apply,  STEWART & WALKER,  LTD. ^  Sterling Bank Building, Winnipeg  "Don't waste   time  wrltlns rU you  do "ot'raean lousiness." ,f  ���������irouclilnif dri'i'tnu'i'.-.. "���������-���������< <.���������<������������������."���������,-  !MiMf".J,'!^'HWl* Wht'liiul  iiovrr hired her fnlhrr, nhe hnd al-  w.iv.1 ili'ondiHl him, hut It waa only  Second Son of King Gustava Selected  .. for Albania  Vienna.���������Princo William of Sweden,  second son of Klnr, Gustava, will be  tho first occupant of the throne of  Albania If tho wishes of tho triplo  alliance���������G-prmauy, Austrla-Iliing-ary,  and Italy ar-j carried out. This announcement was made by tho Neno  Frolo Presse. Dispatches from Cat-  tnro, tho seaport of Montenegro an-  nomico that tlic> fortress of Scutari is  being subjected to a severe bombardment by tho Montenegrin hosiegors.  -W���������������������������������*���������������������������<��������� i'i m  Child Enter* by Eagles  Homo. -���������Tlio Caccialoro Italiano  slatoB that ������i party of hunters have  captured two roynl eagles, with their  young, on tho Alps near lho Lr-rlro valley, In tho engloH' nost woro found  tho bonoR of a child, as well as tlio remains of 200 ilucUs, forty liarcn, n  chamois, a fox nnd iiiuumorablo birds,  DR. TALKS ON FOOL  Pres. of Board of Health,  "NVhtU.BlmU I eat?" Is tho dully lu-  itiilry the physician Is mot with, I  do not lioBltate to Hny thnt in my judgment ii largo pcrconlngo of dUor.*u������  l������ caused by poorly Hclcctnil nnd improperly pri������pnreil food. My personal  oxporlonco with Uio fully-cooked food  known as Grnpo-NutH, enables nio to  uponk froely of its merits.  "From overwork, I suffered povoral  yearn wllh malnutrition, palpitation of  tlio lioiu-r, nml Iors of "sleep. Last  minimer 1 wa������ led to I'xporlinenl P'*r-  Houully with tho now food, which 1  uaeil In conjunction with unod rich  pow'h milk.   In a short timo after I  i'0'fiiiirluvA Iib ii.ii., litu ill. .,(-,,...'.<.v  ������������������yuiji'o'imi nlnnfipffirftl, my hr-nrl's notion liccnmn flteiuly nnd normal, 1ho  functions of the ������l niincli wero prop  H  l. D.  JAMS  JUST LIKE MOTHER MADE  Can be had from your  Grocer  Pa Is Won Over  Aunt Grimily���������I thought you disliked  that young man who calls on Gracio?  Grade's Pa���������I c'ar.'t very well show  It. He's promised to got mo all t"...i  baseball pusses I can uso tl-lo- Biim-  mcr,  PIMPLES, BLO '-1ES ON PRETTY  FACES REMOVED SURE  Eminent Doctors.Remcdy, not'adve.*-  Used befoie���������simple, effective. Largo  supply $1.C0.--P. Osborne, 2 Arling-  "Uih^"A\*eT^We"stnjoiint7���������?uOntreali���������s���������  FARMERS HANDY ACCOUNT BOOK  Just what you r. quire to keep account of your expenses. Drop; a  line to your local Bank. They will  send you ono for the asking.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTED���������To do work at  homo; decorating cushion tops; can  make from |3 to $5 per day; pleasant  work. Armour ArUCo.,- Dept. N, 13  Steele Blk., Wlmilpef-J  To whom It may concern'. This Is  to certify that I havo used MINAUD'S  LINIMENT myself as woll as proscribed It In my practice whero a liniment  waB voQiiIrotl nnd havo never failed to  L,\.t the desired effect.  C. A. KINV, M.D.  How Time Does Fly*  , You must remember, said a teacher  to liis class in ancient -history, thnt  theBo ovonts happened more than  throo thousand' years  ago*.  Ah, exclaimed nn idlo boy, too true,  too true! Wens mo, how tho tlms  does slip away.  Fat!)or���������Do you think you can support my daughter in tho manner in  which she has heen accustomed?  Snlior���������1 think 1 can, sir.  Father���������Then you can't have her*  She's never bad anything in her life.,  i durlni! the hifit year o; two that such* (,rjy r-irrjcil out and I nsain sl^pt as  ilnrk nnd i������jr..lilo fi'nrs hnd Invailcil  Hoiindly und uh well uh In my youth,  well,  ' Iipv In-ill-'. Sho reiiioml-cro'j  ; wiir-n mi cjio nl nn*- iitn-i itn.ii y< '-..-'.'������������������'  I r-omo ilirrn or four yoarn hotovo, he  Mt-i<l,*-i>eni'*il so much irtonlKhcd at  I llndlns tiu'l Iba liolHteroiiH Hcliool-tulrl  ' lu thurt frocks hail turned Into ft  I Kiuti-h* nnd beautiful yoimB womnn.  Sim vt moinhoroA  bow, followlUK Ut*.  ������������������",���������������������������.., ,!���������,,- Jud "'���������ni''nron liln fnro  I liwit lm.rf'il Mi-iili* f-ho bail li'uriiul to  lil.i n.i :.-"��������� u't'-rlj* r\o<'o thrn  In***  Irnto Tailor*���������Now look here, Mr.  Scribb, this has gonu on Ioiir enough.  I doiuniid a cliequo right now.  Impecunious Author���������Sorry, Snip old  mnn, but my physician ha- ordered  mo to glvo up writing altogether i'or  throo months,  Internally and Externally It Is Good,  ���������Tho crowning property of Dr. Thomas' Kclcclrlo Oil Is that lt can bo nsod  jnicrimlly for ninny complaints as woll  as externally. For eoro throat,  croup, whooping cough, pnfns in the  choflt, collo and many kindred all-  montH It has curntlvn qiialltlna that  nro uiifliirpnssrd. A 1 oltlo of It coats  llltlo nnd tlior-* Is no loss" In nlwnyn  having U nt hand.  At the Rehearsal  Tlio Author���������At this point tho hero  lo plungocl In deep thought nml runs  hii flngorfi through lils'linlr.  Tlio Producer���������Hut look nt him. Ho  hasn't moro thar. a half dozen hnlrH  on Ills hwiil.  Tho Author--Thon let him run his  hairs through his Angers.  Roman Relics Rediscovered  Carillft'.���������-Two vnlunhlo llomim rol-  Job���������tlio famous nnsllldlan tiillsnmii,  fashlouod out of n. vory thin pinto of  gold, and n goldon fibula or brooch���������  which wero discovered nourly a century ago, but have boon mlflfllng for  many years, nro :ioiv in tho pohsobhIoii  ot tho town dork of Carnarvon.  About two-thirds of tho avorng**  mail's laughter Ih lnsplrfd hy IiIh own  alleged wit.  Bad Blood"  ii the direct und inevitable result ol  Irregular or constipated bowels and  cloucod-tip lcidnnyi and skin. Tha  undigested food and other waste matter which is allowed to accumulate  poisons the blood and the whola  ���������ystem, Dr, Morse's Indian Hoot PI1U  tct directly on the bowels, regulating  tliem���������on the kidneys, giving tbcra  case and st rcngth to properly filter lho  blood���������and on the skin, opening un*  the porf.i. For pure blood and gooo  health tako  Dr. Morse's   *  Indian Root Pills  ���������'���������?!  "'1  tl  Proof Posltlvo  A quack doilor was holding forth  about his modlclnos to a rural nud-  li*nco,  Yon, gontlcv .on, ho nnlil, 1 have sold  theso plllH for over twouty-llvo j..:u.3,  nnd novor hoard a word of complaint.  Now what iIops Unit, provo?  From n volco In lho crowd ratlin:  Thnt dead men tell no Inlos.  'I look -pon Orapi.'-Niit!' us u por-  ' '    i      i . (.,,..,, i,ni  lii.\.  i<>v������U, *..*a l.,. sj...   -  n ;    -  that H hn������ n most i i-omliient plnco ln  n rational, sclentifli* syi'tem of feeding.  Anyone who uses this food will soon  bo convinced of Uie houhiIiiphh of the  prlnclplo upon whicli If is mamifnct-  iirml nnd may th'Ti'by know tho fnctH  ns to ff������ triK' wurili," Nnmo Riven  by Cuundlnu Pohtiiiii Co., Windsor,  flnt  It  Is  rx-  Vho y.o.;tA  Old Mike, who never drunk water  t..������/.io'!i U- '."arrant the Al"owni *f.\n\  voihifod -in Burn n state hy dvopfty thut (  a conRiiltntloii hy physicians was hold  upon his enso,     Thoy ngreoil  that  tapping wn.' neo-f'Rs-iiiry.  Oil, Molkc, Molke, nlvor let 'om tap  ypy,! crlPil liln frlenil Dolun whon hi  Sure, jimmy, mo b'y. twill do nio  good, tin' Oi'll llvo long lu health.  Dolim shook lils head ominously.  No, MolkP, yer. won't. Nlvor was  anything tupped In your house that  lastPd nioro'ii a wct'k,  **** mm <���������**���������***  W    N.   U,   W/  Hul llirniigh it fill i.hf hnA pl't*-ld*"rt i    ^TIipip'r a  r<*;i-*in,"  nml  ai.'l uuiinh'd '.'..v.- inotlK'r *.' ������iii**li f's   plained In tho lililc* UmU. '  ,,.i?Mh!<. uud tor h-r part Mr.-. Uurand  to WVIlvllle," In pi;-."*,  .-lui i ���������nciiiKil to ftpicitt    hor   luifl-      Ever read the abovo letter? A new  li-.n.!'*-    oVcr'-d   pxplnnntlon' of   hl������   one nppeam from time io time. They  .-���������..iiing-i and g.i'.nf-' nr,.l IV , are Dtnulm, tru*, and full ci human  .<���������<:,,���������* '..-. l-.i \ "h"* '"'��������� '���������'"''I Intern*. i  i-:r.ii.  ���������i.oiidon'3 85,041 Motors  Iai'hI-iU, The quartcrl; roi'irn o.'  the ri'pulilc control cumiiiiltfti of tho  London conniy poiuipH show.; that 8R,-  UU wolori .ir.' ii'gi-it/'roil !��������� London,  the total brlii't n.adt up oi ffS.caB m*>  nu-run', M.qJ bping hoavy motor-c.'tiB,  und '������'i,Wti mi>toi-*.j<.*l.s.  Mo man Is L  ���������Cf'inA'^'rriAW  Than Ms  Stomach  The Medical Adviser ly  n.V. Pierce, M, D��������� Buffalo, N. Y. anower8 hosts  of delicate questions  about which every man  or woman, tingle or married ought to know. Sent  free on receipt offiOout-  ccnt atainpn to pay for  wrapping and mailing.  vxrnm&vz&miiwi  ET Uie trreatest atlileto havo dyspopsla and htij  itrerigth will soon fail. Ono'n otamlno���������forco-  fullnem and Btrength of mind or musclo  f-lonnnff' nnon th** blond, nnd thn hlood In turn,  roquiroa n healthy itomach, for tho itomnch is tbo  laboratory whore the food it diBtifitcd und audi dements oro taken up-or tiflilmilated-which make  blood. In consequence all tho orgnim of Uio body,  fiuch ai heart, limfrii, liver and kidnoya, m woll at  tho nervous lystom, fool the bad effect if the etom-  ftch is dcrangi'd.  Dr. Pierces Golden  Medical Discovery  help! the Btom������h to dlgr-it fnixl propnirly, cttrti llm  liver Into new uMlvttj*, removing the pulton* fiom iK������  blood, end tho varloua orenni out rich, red hlood, io-  ���������(<>id of hi������!n������r Illy nourUlir.d. lli������ rpfroshlnirlriflurnr*  cf Odt d-ttract of native runllclnal pltnta dm beon  favoTibly known for over 4D yearn. Kverywhnr*  lomenefglitiorenn trll you of tho good It li������������ dono.  Uold by all inedtclito deiil������t*t In UumM or tablet forrai  ?/"-,.*,.ullfaJ-,!"*e*,,.t ���������*������������������������������������������������ ���������������������- Plerofi, iBTnUUn'  Uotoli Duffel*, ������a*i ��������� trUi b������x *ui b* nwUnd you.  f&sim'sn**<y ���������**��������������������������� c
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"A country -doctor was recently cail-
el upon to visit,a patient who resided
at a distance. Arriving at his destination ho tied lils horse to a tree
near by, and walked towards the
It happened that work was in progress on a new well, of which the doctor knew nothing until he found-himself sinking into the earth. He fell
just far enough to be unable to get
out of tlie hole unassisted, and yelled
lustily for help..
When he was finally -pulled up his
rescuer remarked: I say, doctor, you
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No, I hadn't, replied the doctor. -
Don't you know, continued his rescuer, you ought to leave -the well
alone and look after the'-sick.
from the X Ranch Corral a wall eyed
, Pinto Broncho with'* a Roman nose
and lightning heels. We have issued
a humorous descriptive circular of
(his remarkable bronco with illus-
tr.itlons of his antics. Sent free on
application to any reader of this paper.
This is the most flmous circular ever
printed In ' the English language.
More than half a million copies have
already bseti distribute 4 to advertiso
our famous Pinto Shell gloves made
from tough Bronco hides. For a free
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Canada's Expert Glove and Mill Makers.
Making Mud  Pies
Mother���What ai > you crying for
"Urchin (who Las.been playing with
his brother)���Boohoo! Billie's got all
my best dirt!
Miller's "Worm Powders not only
make the I-ifantile system untenable
for worms, .but-by their actlon'on tl.
stomach, liver and bowels they- correct such troubles as lack ot appetite, biliousness and other internal
disorders that the worms create. Children thrive upon them and no matter
what condition thoir worm-infested
stomachs may'be in, they will show
improvement .is soon as the treatment
The Ft*... Avisy.
The hostess���Good women hard to
find? Nonsense professor. You for in-
stanc-j, I am sure, have a good woman
for a wife.   .  ,',,,
ry fife times before I findt her.
Maypole Soap
Gives n'cli, even
colors, tree from
ttreab and absolutely tail. Doei not
24 colors, will give
any iliade. Colon
10c, black 15c, at
youi deoler'* or
po��t - piid vvilh
booklet "How lo
Dye " liom
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Montreal    .
Which was Why
Why latio boy! exclaimed the
, Hocked old lady, aron'L you ashamed
.'o bo smoking ihat vllo cigar?
Sure Iaily, replied the urchin, blowing out n ring, but yer seo the guy
wot dropped li didn't havo no taste
for good lorlmecor!
A sensible young nifin : novor
throws himself nt lho feci, of a girl
who -throw.*- horse.'.' ut his lieiul.
Tlio defendant, who wns held on
iho chni'Ro of keeping n dog without
n llcoiifio.'i'opontodly tried to Interrupt
tho evidence, but was hushed each
time by tho court. Finally the elorlc
luriii'd to li I ni:
Do you wish tho court to understand thai you reruso to renew your
dog licnwio?
Yes, bul-
Wc wnnt no bills. You must re-
now your lldoiiHo or bo fined. You
knou il expired on Jan. 1,
Yes, hul so did lho dog.
jMUs. Hicks was telling somo women
about the burglar scare ln her hoiiie
tho night before.
Yes, sho said, I heard a noise and
got up and there from under tho bed
I saw a man's legs sticking out.
Mercy! exclaimed a woman, the
burglar's legs? o
No, my dear; :,rr husband's legs.
He had heard tha noise, too.
Not a Barber Shop
. Waiter (to barbarian who tucks his
napkin in at his.neck): Pardon ine sir,
but no shampoo goes with this dinner.
Saskatchewan  Man Tells  How Thr/
Cured    Him, After    Four    Months-
Suffering from Backache and Othc;
Forms of. Kidney Disease
St, Phillips, Sask. (Special) .���In a
new country where changes of climate
and impure water are among the difficulties to be surmounted, kidney trouble lspre.alent.     It is tho kidneys,
the organs that strain the impurities
out of the blood,'that 'firs'; feel, any
undue strain on   the   body.    Consequently Dodd'c   Kidney    Pills,   have
been well tried and tested   in    this
.They have stood the test. Many
settlers tell of backache, rheumatism
and urinary troubles cured by Dodd's
Kidney Pills. Mr. .Otto Olshcwskr is
one of these. In speaking of his
cure he says:
"I suffered from kidney disease for
four months. ��� My back ached, I had
heart flutterings, and was always tired
and nervous. My skin had a harsh,
dry feeling;' my limbs were heavy; and
I had a dragging sensation across the
"I consulted a doctor, but, as I did
not appear to Improve, I decided to
try Dodd's* Kidney Pills. " I used six
boxes, and now I am all right."
Dodd's I'.idney Pills always stand
the test.     Ask your neighbors.      ".-=
Millionaire  Author    Makes    Another
Millionaire Famous in    Classic
History His Hero
Paris, France.���J. Salter Hansen
has secured the English and American rights of a play by Baron Henri
de Rothschild with the appropriate
title of 'Croesus.' Baron Henri de
Rothschild, who is also'a practicing
doctor, has several well merited successes to his credit on the Paris stage.
The new play, particularly when its
authorship is taken into consideration,
is distinctly interesting. Croesus, an
immensely rich man, finds in the first
act that the woman Iij loves and on
whom,he showers money is carrying
on an intrigue with a poorer man,
whose chief merit, apparently, is his
London.���It was stated at the opening of a tuberculosis exhibition at
Polar recently that Doctor Alexander,'
the medical officer of,henlth for Poplar, had suggeste tlir.fc * the disused
Thames steamboat, should be user,
as schools' for consumptive children.
Can be handled 'very easily.'
The sicU are cured, and all
others in same stable, no nutter how "exposed," kepi from
having the dlser.se, " by using
CURE. Give on the tongue or
in feed. Acts on ihe blood and
expels' germs nf all forms ot
distemper. Best remedy ever
known for mares In foal. Drug,
gists and harness dealers. Cut
shows how to poultice throats.-'
Our free booklet gives evt'ry-
thlns. Largest selling ' horsa
remedy* In existence���15 years. Distributors���ALL AVHOLESAl.R DllUCOlSTS.
SPOHN  MEDICAL CO., Chemists and  RicteriiMosists,  Goshen,  Ind.,  U.S.A.
A Splendid 10 cent Household Specialty is being introduced
all over Canada.   It is appreciated by the Thrifty Housewife
who wants things "Just a little better."   Send post card,to-day.,
Simply say:--,
'Send package of household specialty advertised in my newspaper'
That's all---You will be delighted! Pay if satisfied-we take
the risk-Address P. 0. Box 1240, Montreal, Can.
This offer expires June 1st, 1913. Send to-day.
Never Again
Father, did mother accept you.the
first time you proposed to her?   ���
Yes, my dear, but since then any
proposal that I havo ever made she
has scornfully rejected.
., . W. ii ��� i i ���     >
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia,
The Ways of Women
Don't you .think that women are as
capable of malting lawn as men? '
Moro so, Give a woman a motorcar and she'll make up her own traffic regulationb as she goes along.
from tta
Here's ii chance
for you to buy
your range from
the factory and
save 30%���to
buy it on easy
terms and to get
the very range
roil would choose, even if you
ad to pay (he retail price.
Our free book shown you
exactly whnt ihe range it like. It it.
icriliei e��ch point clearly, and vt*
(juarantee our rnnjre lo bo juat
na reprenentod.
You miglil at well lave ihe retail
profit.   Mail iIip cnupon to.day.
Dominion Pricle
I yt����-1   lift-Ill���.
Idoori and
I t beMililully
Canada  jr-f^
Malleable & ^^
Sletl Ringi Nig. ^4w
Co., limited, Ofttawa. ^
Pluaia ien-1 Daok.
ynur di'unsist will refund money If PAZO
OINTMENT falln to cure any case of itch,
ins, Blind, Weeding or Protruding* Pile*
In 0 to 14 days,   60c.
Sam tho chore man returned from
.Uio city with a scarfpln that contained
a diamond of no usual slzo. It was
tho pride of his heart and tho onvy of
his village companions. Ho treated
all enquiries from them as to lta vnluo,aud authenticity with high scorn.
Ills employer, after a week of basking in Ur radlanco naked Sam about
Its history.
Sam, ho said, Is It n real diamond?
Well, snid Sam, If lt ain't l'vo been
skun out of a hnlf dollar,
Mlnard'a Liniment for oale everywhere.
Tho McTavlsh family waa dining
and each mombor eagerly watched
���Mr. McTavIsh carrying tho fowl, none
so eagerly, however, as tho dog, for
that Intelligent animal never took, his
eyes off tho IubcIous bird. Suddonly
the knife slipped ai.d sent a fragment
of fho poultry rolling on .tho floor.
Mlchty mo! cried MeTavlnli tho log,
my own favorite bit.     Tlio dog'll get
No, It won't, father, said the young-
cut McTavlsh, IU 11 no get, it. l'vo
got my foot on It,
Dttd���Jiist think of It. It would
take twolvo million yoirs to pump tlio
oceans dry i.' Ilio rato ot ouo thou-
Hand gnlloiifl (i second,
Dobhy���Anil whero would you put
all tlio water, pa?
Ills Request
So you haVe determined to sue me
for breach of promise?
With damages.'
Of course.
Well, say. I've got just one favor
to ask of you. Don't suo mo for Iprs
than $100,000. I haven't got a dollar in the world that I can call my
own, and lt might help my credit.
Two Irishmen, bent on robbery, hold
np a passing Scotchman. After a
long, fierce fight, In which tlio Scotch-
man almost had tho bettor of it, they
succeeded In conquering him. ' A
thorough search of his clothes disclosed one lone five-cent ploco.
Troth, Pat, said Mike, disgustedly,
if he'd had tin clnts instead of a nickel ho'd havo murdered tho two of us!
'We find him in the next act 'transacting business, buying pictures, lend-,
ing his friends mori'ey, and very much
disgusted at the general wish to'"ex-
tract* money from him.
In ithe last act, disguised as a poor
clerk, Croesus .is happy. Ho is engaged to a Paris midinette, and she believes him to be earning $60 acmonth.
But one of his own friends, with money
ho has borrowed from Croesus, has
dazzled the girl, and she suggests that
Croesus.-should-play the part,;in her
life whicli in the first act was played
by the friend of tlie woman he loved;
alone. His money always stands iii
the way.
Mr. Hansen says that he and Baron Henri de Rothschild will be in
London before long to make final arrangement: for the production of the
Irom the best
of the
LWesfs best wheat
more water,
[makes more loaves j
sk your dealer
���pufliw Fi'oua.
^d^eilffjT I Kr ea&X
v>i!i��   ^
Aptly Turned
Wlfoy���Our phono Is a party lino.
Hubby--Yob, I notice that every
timo I want to uso It thoro Is some,
one holding a recoptlon on tlio wlro.
Caih or Credit
Uxmt ���-
��K     Wo Pay
^���^k   FralgM
Automobile Aroma
Pnrmor HI mm was mending tho
front fence when an aiitoniobilo whiz-
zed paBt, omitting a trail of bluo
i-imoko from lin oil-choked engliio,
Farmer Uli'iuu's hand went to his
noso. Whon tlio car hnd disappeared for down tho lano and tho hiiioII
hnd -Hod n��".iy ho vontun-a i0 ^j;^
thn hired mnn.
kJniu, ho salil, tlioy mny bo bwoII city
fellers un* ull that; but thoy certainly
was Binoklng t-'omo vile Bocgars.
VV. N.  U. 947
Ab nn exprosB train wuh koIhr
thrniiph n stntlnn ono nf r*-if. -f"��-."��������.���;
gers leaned too fur out of tlio win-
��low, ovorbnlniirod nml fell out, Ho
fortunately Innded on a Band heap,
so thnt ho dlil hlmsolf no grunt Injury,
hut with torn clothes nnd not. a fow
hrulsoB, ho Hiild to a portor who was
Btniiillnu by:
What, hhull I do?
U'h nil rlRht, don't worry ropliod tho
,iurtur. Your ticket allow* you to
.stop off.
London.���Mr*. Stimin Alcoclc, who
died ut Andorton,. Northwlch, Cho��h.
iiv, uRi'd 88, loft no fewer than Blxly
i nix   descemlimts���thrci   sons,   throo |
I duuKliU-fi, forty   Ki'iindcalldren   and
1 Uoaty Erea?-��randt'hll(Iroa. '
From Kid
To Grandad
Thin, crisp bits of white Indian
Corn, cooked to , perfection
and toasted to a delicate
brown without tiie touch of
human hand.
You get them in the scaled
Ready (o Eat
A dish of Post Toasties for
breakfast and lunch, with thick
cream or rich fruit juice, is a
dish that epicures might chortle
NouriHhing, economical,
delicious, "morc-ish."
Mado hy Puro food  Far.torlr-j of
Canadian Postum ('ureal Company,
Ltd., Windsor, Ont.
Baby's Own Tablets aro the best
medicino :. mother can j,ive her little
one. They act as a gentle laxative,
sweeten ihe stomach, break up colds
and.make teething,easy. Concerning
them Mrs, Alphon^e Landry, Upper
Caraquet, N.B,, says:,, "Baby's wn
Tablets were of great 1 '.nefit to my little boy and I would atlviso all mothers
with sickly children to glvo them a
trial." The Tablets are sold by medicine der.lors or by mall at 25 cents
n box from The. Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvillo, Out.
A VaLablo Antique
An old lady was soarchliif; hi the
dim bric-a-brac shop for soniethIni>*
odd to take homo wiih her. L'ln-Jlly
she noticed a quaint, figure, lho head
and shoulders of which nppoarod
abovo tho counter at tho farthost end
of the room. Sho turned to tho clerk
and said: What's tlint c*uoor old Japanese Idol over thero worth?
Tho clerk answered In a subdued
tono: About $1150,000, ma'am. That's
tho proprietor.
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator
will drive worms from tho system
without, injury to tlio child, becauso
its action, whllo fully offciijivo, Is
An Irishman who wan too old for
actlvo wo.k was offorod tlio position
of ci'oshIhk Under nt a small railroad
station. He looked dubious an thr-
duties of tlio ofllco were explained to
him nnd iho mounlng of tho various
flags wiih clearly stated.
In enso of (lunger with a train coming, of coiu'ho you wavo tho rud flag,
Biild hl�� friend, proceeding with his
A hard old hand gripped his arm.
Man, dear, It'll never do, mild 1'airlck,
slinking his head solemnly, I could
novor triiK. myself to remember to
wave a red flag whin tliero was a
groon wiui handy.
��� i w- ������
Sweating Uyatem
Swell���Yes, sir, I mako all my money hy tho HweiitlnR syHtoin--by making the other follows do tlio sweuff.ig
whllo I rako In tho coin.
Krleud���I should be ashamed \, ac-
Ji/uMvlfil���,'!.��� li If I wvi'f yon.
Bwoll-Why, tii- '('s no harm In being tho proprietor of a Turkluh bath,
In tlior-.'
The Best
Farm Lubricants
arvester Oil
A heavy, short-cut oil for farm machinery
Clings to the bearings and insures the least
. possible friction and wear.   Moisture and: ,
changes of temperature do not affect it.
The choice of the most successful farmers.
Gas Engine Oil
Used and recommended by the leack
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Keeps its body at high temperatures.
Equally good for external bearings.
El Dorado Castor Machine Oil
Capitol Cylinder Oil
Thresher Hard Oil
Silver Star Engine Kerosene
Imperial Motor Gasoline
Mica Axle Grease
Stock carried at 300 tank and warehouse
stations in Western Canada. For addresses,
price lists, etc., write any agency.
Afai'n Offlctt
Reglna, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon,
Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge,
Daughter as Debt Security I
1'iirJa.���Tlio creditor ot a small1
bolder named Jean "Mario Mounlcr,
Ulotord, In tho II- uto-Lolrn. him claimed that Mo mlor hIiuII glvo up lllfl
daughter until tho debt of $!M0 Ih
paid, nays tho Matin. Mounter Iiiih,
brought the uiiho to the notice of uo
Homo.���A (ICHPrtor from tho I'aprd
BwIhs guard '. tho vatle.--.ii left lying
on his bed In tho barraelCB a straw
figure droHsod In his uniform, In order
that his ������������Benco Bhould not bo noticed.
Electrocution of Germs
Berlin.���Doctor Horgonle, or fiord
eiuix, at the Physiotherapy congress
Btutod ihat tho r-roportlon of food ;-
goHtod was eotiBli -,bly lucro.-.acd by
tlio application r' hlf-li-frcquency olou-
trlo curronts to tlio body. Tho olYoet;
of then- currents, Doctor lit gonlo declared, wan to kill coriuln microbes,
particularly Uioho o,' miliaria.,
London,���A swallow, which had
been ringed and marked In Kngland
prior to* its winter migration, mndo n
journey of about (1000 mllon, from
Cliendlo, Staffordshire, to Itoodoyand
Farm, Natal, where :t rested
Anaemic Condition
or Sioodiessness
Aftft' tv\��"l|-'j Ihr, frro'ilor i\-i;,i of '!���'���'
evening with friends, John decided I
that homo was the plaeo for lilm, and,*
arriving there, 1 �� elected to Hleop lu
tho front yard. Next morning happening to look up, lie hiiw his wlfo oh-
Horvlng him from an open window.
Shut that window! ho yelled. Do
you want ' o lo riiteh my death of
Did She?
Do you know, Kihel, fcttkl Grace, I
ovnrheard Oeorge say to 1'red that al-
| though  be  |ovo��   mo and   wnnts  to
j propos*-, whon-ftver he I* wear m* h<*
i la ton nervous In upenk?
Uthel���I Biippono you.will he calling'
him up on tlio'Menhono soon.
;   .)���'.,������-.
A peculiar pallor or even chiifttllnosHl
of tho skin Is tlio marked symptom of
anaemia. Tho eyelids, kuiuh and
lips niuionr to bo ttlnimU bhioillciifl.
Tlio caimo of thlH condition is ilio absence of red corpiiHcloa from tho
Tho anaemic patient In usually thin
and weak, hut may he fleshy and Inclined to itropny. Stomach troubles
mid weakness of tlio bodily r rgaus nro
Hod corpuscles .Hint be ndded to
the blood, rind thin run best ),<> f,i"-
n-mpllshod by using Dr. Clinao'i
Ncrvo Kood.
Tlil-i great tooA euro Is so Rc.itlo
and natural In action that It Is admirably milrr-: .'or the use of womon
and glrlH Buffering from anaemia or
other diiHTtsi's wli'-rh nrl��n from nn
Impoverished coinli.loii of tlio blood,
It Is leudlly iihhIi llnteil, outers thn
blood streams nm'. cnrrloi health and
strength to o*  ry organ of tho body.
Tho vigor of the digestive HyHtom In
quickly restored, and tho food taken
Into tho body Ih pro uirly digested and
hourlulinivnt uupplli-d to ihu wbolu
To net well and l,-��ep well you must
nupply the ludy .t' an abundnnca
of pure, rich b!ood. Nothing- can ho!-*
yo������ so well ns
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
CO cents a bop, ,C /or
.CO, at ull d-'aliTiV bYTMiiinuson, Hale-, & i'o'., Llm-
Itoil, Toronto rT  i ���������  - - ^.^r'.s<"i������"������Y-tf������t:*"in  ���������'JdiJIGSi-MIl i.-eWB  ���������'wry by  Vv.Tuesday the  ���������ishirjg   Company.  mp ^i&?<$: m^^kW, yws&tf qqlu^bi^-  NO'  lCB ���������*���������  ! I**-  IS  .)..'  wii! i:*>!*,  10  Ll  ltsdl  ���������: for ti;*j opinions of oth-  . Vy .ipi*���������.���������;���������;��������� in its opltmiliS  .���������   io !:i!:c.  Cl)W*:.SiJAY   JfTXE 25 1913  -! i'-w"r;l Liik! I;isi"ii*t.  I)   tr':. I of Comox.  1 ..'. h KU '."ICE tii u .Mary Timlin of  :>. t: .iCi-tip .iijii liiarricd   woman  .  .��������� ci   to ,iijr>!\-  f..r pi-; mission lo piir-  p'use  thY*   iiil'i)--. in ��������� described  lands:���������  (C-.-nmeju-ini; nt  ;\ pn������i  pinmed at   the  Si-'-*b >i-si corner  oi T. L.   No.  44338,  I'ltuct: u.)i\h ' 'io chi-in-'-*, ihence wcsl 40  rl*-.i:"������.. -'leiice   smith 51 ch.-iins more or  jess *o sIumt. I'.r.S; :!-.',:n.x: along the shore  Jin.-? 40 ch.iii'.3 ,'ir.jre or  less  to plan*'" of  b'^'innini; com.-J i-in-*   2 xj acrcs'niore or  C,]iyi.G\l VERDIER  Aycnt for M.uy Thulin  J'U-.- .'-.'i.,'.!-*!- l'jih, 19m. ���������       t  FOR A L1CSSCI*:   TO TAKE A*N1>    1������  ,IT������513 WATER. ||    i&*  NOTICE ii hereby eivea iiiivt E,ip-i-jjg  null it Is'aanlruo lbiilwuy, if Victoria,!;^  H. 0  will'a v'y U r n liccroii to take Liid'!|������! ���������*���������w,������i������-".*'^^  uso 100,(XX) gallons per 21 bonis, ol waiei 1 ^ '  out.of Tii'iiiK'8 Croc*'.-, ������lih*h ill.'"*- i>i a 8!  noitht'T'ly clirtction through Kew-nKt1!--  District *.>nd cmp'.ii-s 111J.0 StraUs of Goji-  gl**. uear 'A njiK's wc-.t of Uig Qualiuurci  Kiv-r. The water will be diw rtcd at -J900"  upstream from lailwuy fi id v. ill boused  for general railway 5 u- p"RiS ou tl.o l-ind  desesibed n������ R-dlway Ri;;in of AV*.y, Tl.i  no!i?e wa" posted m the j-i-od;k1 on the  3rd day of April, lill3. '1 h-.* .���������"vpl-uali ���������!*  wi'lba Hied in tho oflioe id tl.o \V.it--r Ki-  cordor at Vidori', Ti. (1. Objociwis mny  bellied wiih t-ho r.aiil Water K.-conlcr < r  with the Comptroller of Water High's*,  Pii'liam-jnt IJmliU ������k*--, Victi vi-i 11. U.  ESQU131ALT & NAXAIMO KAlfjlVAY  ��������� Appl*c:int  11. E   UUASLKY  Agvllt  AjlIQ my 7  SnyWi-ml Land district.  I *^;ii.-t nl Comox. "  TAKL NOTICE ihat.Charles Thulin,  .1' Lii'v.i, B.C, oc'-.u-j.itioi"*   merchant, in-  .w.'::i' i-   apply   inr   permissi onto    pur-  .' i.-'.���������-.* :bu the f^llon-m- t'esenbed land:���������-  ���������'."riiv.iDcijcin^nl .1 post p!;-.niecl in Browns  'J.iy   it -ine.north-cast  coiner of T. L  1 '.;.'{6,   &.������nr?.   we.-. 1 $.>   chains, thence  nc:;.i ;��������� ca :'.-"!���������,   ilyr-.c-o  e.i-it   So chains,  / d\z vi-irt !ir.i, ih-.-uca south 20 chains  liVirsor Ic-*:.* t'.o.n; --hore line to place of  ���������..���������"innirig Ci'.*.i.i'i!iipA' 160 acres more or  .i:'->s  OliORGE VERDIER  A-cnt fur Charles Thulin  O.ilC Ali^ii-l  !.', n,   191.2  Sa\ '*5- >:'d L'.ml Disiri'.t.  :-.i!i;; *. .if L/runov.  TAICK Ni-vriCl-: tb.rt George Verdi-  tr, 'if I.uii.i, !i.C, oocij-.j.uion  ���������i-'-.r-Is 10 :ip,)jy f-.)r   per-unssion   to "pur-:  :'*:.��������� :!is  f'.jil.>.���������.���������?:���������!^   dosi-.ribed   lands:���������  ^o.* :s'.".i:ii*>.: ,".: <>.   post  planted  at   the  '-;.i.:'.:-. 've;i. iroriiir ol Lo'. 57,ihcnce north  -j--^-ilv-! I'V^B^t-lT^^vlVft-WlH I iKV-tiMMl GC-fo! 10 vv.  ny 1 tie id, n-t-'lvu ar.iu-.d the point to the  ..���������'.d'"-.' ���������'!' be^iui: -"^. **  ���������UE-jRCE VERDIER  Applicant  J.tic Au^M'-U i.',ih, fyi_���������  ** -'  r���������  WATER  NOTICE  FOR A LICKNUE TO TAKK AND  USE WATKK.  'NOTIPK is hereby gi,*cn Uiat Esqni-  ina t & "Nannimo Riilw.y, of Vict-.-r'a,  li. C will apply f.'r a iic-noe tu take ami  use 100,000 gail-ns pir i'i hours, <f water  ou: o* Sandy Crovlr, which flows iu a northerly oi cotion throvjg'i Noveaalla Dis-  tiioi ami ������mptios iuti .D.ea Hey, noar  Rosewo'l Oieak* Tho wittav will bo d:vor-  tid at 2150" up treim from liailway nnd  will Le used far Ouucrut It-ulwiy pu.-po'C&  011 the hiiul dcsciibect ai*. liiilwhv Right of  Way* '^'lus nstico wus posccd on the  ground on the 3.-d d y of Apiil, 1913.  The nj.j/1'o.ilion will bfc filud iu the olliee  ot tho Wutor K-r-eord r at Vie.torii, 11. 0.  Ol'jectioKs mny be liltd wd-li iho isaid  Water Roeorrier or with the Comptiolier  of W������tiji' 1-i'ijjlits, Parliaa-oiit Jlu Mings.  Victoria U. C. '  ESQUIMALT ec KANA1MO RAILWAY  Applicant  II. E. BEASLKY '  ' A gen1"  apll G iny7  MAXSM NOTICE  ;*)  .'.vard Land Oiiiiict.  L.O1110X.  \i\i-. NOTICE   tl.ai   Fred Thulin,  pl i-u  '.on*4<  . r  V" ���������  -.rr .,'1  !.>i3'!i;i  -���������['!'  !,y; C. 'i:*l.*l;p niein mei-cham, m-  ) -lpp'y h;r jJ'-i-'iiissic-n to PUv-  ,!,.-; fi,!K*>.vir..; 1 io';c������ib<;:l land:���������  ���������-.1,..' -.v. .-*, pm y.-uito.l at the  ��������� 1 .'-.i-u'-r ���������*".'" t": ivx'.:- Lj.isc No,  >.Vv "-��������� ��������� :..- .-.- it ;-. 1 i li:iir)s, thenre-  1 -.'* *-.* v i. i,:.j, I'l-.i'.-i.- e isi 00 vdiains to  in* ���������'. ' * :..vj, iiic.i.1'! lollo'.v'nv^* shore  .1 ��������� r*"-*.b S 'clriiii., 111 ire or less to iiv;  )! 1.' ���������'. ���������������������������': 'iCcj''!::-.!.']^ c )niai.iin^ 6,-}o acres'  & .*'i.*'.r or k.'i-v  GEOilCII': VlikDIEU  , A;.;ent An l-Ycd Thulin  v.i:<; .'tti-ji;^ i-j*.li, 1912  ���������II1.'-  %��������� *^M;;- C'������'  ^���������}cK^vC  /���������'���������wi*.    ,.���������������������������.  ^^>-i^.:ri:-d^  FOR A LIOEN'GK TO TA-KK AND .  USK WATKR.  NQTICK ia hort-by given tint; E qui-  inalt- & NiuaiiBO F.ailw.iy ui Yiutorift,  B. 0. will app'y for a liccau.* to tn'-.e nud  use 100,000 gallons per 2i hotiri, of water  out of Hindoo Cetol-r, which iioivs in a  r.Qrlhcrly direction tliroujjli Kt-lpon District ami euiplios inlo I'-ayuo Sound uutir  Taiiblo River. The wat.-.r will bo Oive'tv-d  at H00"up3tronin from Uiihray iind w: 11 be  used for Cl-rracial Railway |inrpo>o-- on tho  1 nd dcaeribad a*i mil way ri-jlit .if w.j-This  notice w;isi pOitod oa ilio ground 0..1 tlio  ,'inl day of April, l^R^ The up plication  will bo filed in fiO ollica of tha Wator  H-jcor.l'.'r, Viotofiii, II.(J. Ol je.ttioim mny  bo filml with tlio saul Water Recorder or  tvi'-h iiu Comptroller nf-> Wa'cr liij,'lil������,  1'nrlia i-oal Huili'iii',"', Viotorh, 1". C.  E3QUIMALT k N 1>IAIMU RAILWAY  Applic'iit.  II. K,    EASIiKY  Agoiit  WATER 'NOTICE  W^y- 3 ���������<���������.���������*.'"���������  T.|MB1'LI S;\iTw No, X31.  SKALBI) TKN^KliS w\\\ be re-  ruivKil by tiiu ,"<iini;*;:(ir iif Linifltt  iv> 1 laU'r tlia-i ihjuii on tho 2-i*h  fl yv uf April, li)i!) for ihe purcha-'e  (if J/iri-IIti'.' A,) .N>} I, to Cltt-  Si.lO^.CO!) fn*! . f llinlKJi- on tlio  Konii -\V(-1 t-i'.iiv 11 ui* of j-'iction 2),  pen in nn inland, Naimiiiio DltnLrict.  ���������Twj yo-axn will b,������ a Ilo wed for llui  ri'tii'jv*-.! * 1 f tiiij tiii.he*-.  i'.iniiiilai'*-.* nl Chii-f Forester,  Vu'inriii, li   C. iu2(i mi'J'!  NOTICE  .'rori-r'-:-" i.->-iii.i:i'.i.v (;i\'i;n umi-  in-', tiiii'.i '') |,,', !'r-'Viiii:l,d .\..'>*:i'iiUiit;i|.  ('iiiiii'ir< i' r, v. jy d,- !���������().; :(| U.u f<-Moiviii'(  p. 1 a...  .v.-!.* .    ', : " !.. '  ���������,    .1"' ���������.��������� ?r  ji.iii, in \ 7 ,:!  1','L , j' - i'ii:! '���������** i-, lo a in. .lyii-  ,j.i:j al 1 '.:���������:-  /.pj r.i     ".��������� ��������� i   i.'n 1, in 1. 1.1   .-nil "MV)  p.m.. <ipi ' "-.., 'w ��������� i-'.. ��������� ''i'i M'.h-i*.  ' r.nu ti'-; ���������    Ar il 17:!. '   .I IH I.,   li'a  jn. ii il '.!.">'���������> ;-.i 1. o/bi.ti il ;-, .\ii\on\.\u  jilIMI.  l/u'ic"ti������-',.'1.r 1 ''-I -ud '-.I d, IIIi". in.i  Hid'������.'.') i> i.i ��������� 1"    '���������'1 !���������":-..',(.J I'irt Ilouno.  T'i'i ' ' -iirn-HU'ii '*-   1 1 oar "\. mi c.  011  4*11   irt-'.l'fr   litT'X.t i'",   I'/l'ml'lliiial   C >n<li-  fiitii ni ilo I'rovi: '-        ���������' ' | '-t<o .h wiw*r  ftV A ar* J'iviio.1 trtli- M<.-cut.  YV. W. UAV y.\U>, M.b.A.  (J)tli"-;o������0  p. acnr������:r.-:T.N.  S������CTfla*>'.  FOR A LICENCE TO TAKK AND  UBK WATKU  NOTIOK is hei'oby Riven thut 'u-,(p*i.  mal-* A: Nauni'iu) Itiujwny, of Yiotcn'.i,  li. C. will apply for a I'm co lo talio ami  uho 10(1,000 -.rill in j per 21 liouw, of w-il'-r  out of Koy (Jrotdc, wliioli it urn in a northerly (limition tluou-rli Omn.-x IXulriet  and cmj)tiiM ii.tj Oniivs*< 11 irlxiui*, noar  Tru-it ltiv.ii*. Tno wnt.tr will he dh".r id  a1; -J'J."i0" uii������trenia f.-mn llnilwny und will  he UHf.il for (Ipiitii'-il ll.ii'iivy pu-poii 11 ua  thuliiinl <lt--;i!--:b'il uh Itnil'Miy Uiuhl ol  Way. Tlii'i lirtiiio wm pi'ited on tlin  K mind mi thu Did day <f Apiil 1UI!1  The iipplic'itiiia will 1������ JlU'd i 1 tho 'dllw  of ihe Wiilir 11-forili'f nt VLtotin, H C.  O'jcclioui iii;i) lis lil<'d wl h tlm iiidd  Watrr R'ciir.hr or with thu (! ���������inpt'ollui  '..-f   WfttvJ   Hi'-IlN,   l'.U'li;il.'i,<llt   Hllililili|5������",  \riot* n-, 1*.'.'.  l">;oriMA[jT k ^Ay.U.V*' V.Ml.WAV  A.'plii'ui*,  I  1  11. V.. .,'.I'.A,;)1I'  *. 1  70  !���������  I'wt   l'.i'-     .  ������'.\f It', III  v.?y                  i  .���������iii.!   .r-  T\v"h.'\:  foi sep.'ir. 1.-.  tosia, thi*.-  val*.- of tlu. ���������  half the wis.-".-  and "Mo cwli  'l'..  i-r  1  \)\yi  ��������� ;y-;o lo 400  per  hour.  . .'������*   110  call  louuil Vic-  ��������� 1 '.' ti-!.-' tilt*i-e iii : in.  :*.V. c,,i'.. viz: S50 'S  or l"-'-"'* for 1 Ik: 1$  two. Thi-.M* ������rc the l.ilc.-.l pal .JS  tctT..-' itcvv h-"tj '-ut of ll)i*)������  ..���������ore. Apply U. Oruhh, 2050 !|3  0'u'r.il llr.il jiii'^, Vicioiia, JJ. C.'tJ  ,t;  j.  .������������������. j*-.*  W W JI ^-t 4^'O' I* Ji- U-J I /i ���������*-!* ;  Jtia.-/'   ^  i  f^ xr;-*'i4 i<   u'fi-;;f v* c:J  a ^"cl /������i,aj;i u ti' **.!>' [-J  *    1  *,****"���������    muIM '������������������*  ^*������rf������c*lt.������������.*^*������������i**  f  +-**r* -���������������������������������������������������**��������� *V <������ V*k������'M^-W������t'4n.-W*,    -ri^.A(V-)Ji  ���������*-f*l������i ���������������������������  *���������"*  ���������* ������-**���������   1* -��������������������������������������������� *���������-������������������ *������m������v ' *+���������**! *a*V-m,+JVaf^ ^mivto,-  % *m ���������v*iV*v**mfjr^i.#r, *������*���������������* -^  -J  S  "3  0  *4'IT*^'.r.*^*l.'L-'/.*4r^-V2./xA'i^ ''.J:'^������-^������'iw'^Afc*i<'if,^  R! xn-c.-j.jT-  yi^....*?!^^ qolLOMBiA,.'  L*>1  ".  ��������� NOTICE.   , ���������'  Vancouver hand.District.  District of Vn'ncouvnr. "   - ���������  TAKE NOTICE ihut I,   George  Verdier of Campbell River,   oei'u-  pation, Cruiser, .intends   to apply  for permission lo purchase ihe fi.l  J-)win(������ described,, lnnds:���������Comin.cn  ���������cing at a p >st pl-intod at the N.E;  corner    of   Timber   Limit ' 431-16,  Mi nice w<-et SO chains, tlienceNorlh  20,chains, thonce east   SO chains,  it") I ho shore line," thence south  20  .chains more or less along the shore  line to the'phce of be^ini/ing.   ���������  ���������GEORGE VERDIER,  y. Nam-* of Applicant  Date, February 26th, 1913   *'���������  NOTICE  Union Steamship Co. of   13.  . .  Ii  THE S. S, COWICHAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER    ''  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTK  Leave Vancuuvor, Monday, at8 p. m.-   **' -'  *    .   Arrive Nimainio, at' II 30 p, m.  Arrive Union Bay,-Tuesday G a. m.   ���������    L0u-e Tncscluy noon.    "  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. m,"    Leave Tuesday, 11 a. m. '  Leave Nuiiaiinn 0 p- m. Tuesday.'  Arrive Vaneoiivor,U.8Q p.m.  Leaye Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.   Arrive  Nanaimo,     n. -io p. ni  Arnve Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.      ,  Subject to change without notice.  T~������*^vT\,C~���������v������ ��������� "UT���������*pb*-  , ���������xrr- - \i."i-f���������-T ������ (.- v ^  @������$Sp������S$2<&������������s)&������>������'$ 1-������������&  &2'?������3&>$&r<?'. -X  8  ���������fn*  ; .'yX'&Ztt'-S.'  ������  ������  ft  ������  Sny ward Land Distriot.  Di-.trict of   Sayward.  TAKE   NOTICE   ih-;t    Justin  P.nr of upper Vitldez Island, occupation farmer, intends to njiply for  ponni-sion to purchase ,ihe follo.v  ing described lands :   Commencing  nl a po.-.t pjnnied  10 chains east ot  Hyacinth   Luke   and.   10   chains  south of N.AV. corner of, J. I). pre  empii-.'n. thence  10 chains west  to  lake, thenre in a soiUh-ea-Utrly du  ection, 10  chains along  tbo   shore  of the lake to the inlersiciion of J  D.'Jiue, thene'e north 10 chains  to  point  of connrienconifciit,  contain-  jug in all live acres more 6r.le������s.   '  JUSTIN DORK,  Namo of Applicant in full  Date, Match S1I1, 1913  '    LAND REGISTRY ACT. '  In tiik mattkii of an application fvM- a ficdi Certificate of Ti'le  to'Lot 54. [M-ip 811] Townsiieof  ("ourtenay."     ;'  *       ���������  - NOTICE is hertrhy j iven of my  intention at the ox-iiratio'n of one  ca lend Sir niotrth f'oih tho first pub-  "licatiun. hereof to iysiie a ficsh. Ccr-  tiiViUe of Til'c in lieu of the Gf-rii  JJCitie-t/L-IIli-tl^^-i^ued���������k)���������Jo-epb;  Mcl'hce on-the 30ill of March 190o.  and uiiiniiered lOOUOG which has  been !o.-t, - ,.  D-rcd at Land Rogi*try Oflice  Victoria, 13 C, (his 21st" day of  December 1912.  ih (^M^^^^ll^l The purest aud bfSt BKKR>am  k0 ^^0j&m0SSf^ made & Cumberland.  COPYRIGHT.  AP.nkE.CP  ^^^^^^^^^^^^s^^^^^^^^^^z^y^^^^s^^s^^  ������  "S?-"!  kti  J.    N.   HcLEOD      Peopeietm,  m  English 4 x _BURTON always on tap      ak*o, tho famous MILWAUKEE  NRKEtS���������AiihQiisor.^tcl-iomian, Sohitz, &c-      " OLD GJIKY 1J1CARD",    ..  SCOTCH WHISKY. ���������        Best Wmes and Liquors of all kinds.  The lior.r-Jing and Lodging Dopartmeiit. muler tho lniineuiato supersntciulenco of Mn-  Davis, will b-j ruui ti Fit'iit class in every i-eypaot.';  S   Y. WOOTTON.  ReyL->lrar (jeneral of Title?.  umMiMJr #^M2X*cv?2mjwattttmiiiKVruTitmitimiKvu*E3 *������UuniucEn* mm  The Courtonay Motel  Every convenience For gnosis.  Tho Contial HoM for Eportsraoa  None hul ihe Hest of Wines ancl Liquors  al the liar,  RATES REASONABLE  ���������John Johnston,   Prop  nMXiK&XfxiU ������ &������ k kV /jawMw-'wHiA Wf,ri. i^^f ���������j^WKiK-U'atTraiaio  0  0  I  0  i:  <  " (1)  it-  c  SI  ���������J  li-m  r  0  r"!*r������*  6  o  j���������1  CD  a} tiU-*������|  00  I- J  (/J   u  cu    .  Q  -0  c  r"  ������    ���������������<  .'-1  (    I���������^  r"  ���������l.J  0  o  ���������*? $  ATE3 ,  !jti 00 per day upwards.  3Ea5E4S*rK23$������Z3E2ES5^^  7  -95=1   -  rew  ff'������  1  ������������������I*-'  'I  8  tii ���������  *($ ,  fo),  ������  '������' '  r.v *  ������  (e)  ('���������*.'  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Geo.** Ahbott,- iMaiu-giug;  Director.  m.KK**'i.tvki\ 11~ n;a.no*1 nwairtrtrrt������������������.-'awf.>Taa'^l^���������3l^^;^vTT���������*-nw\uni-trytwy*'lM-imriiniiri  wiM.-***rifrt. 3*-rpra ������.���������������- SJ--^F;-'������<irir������ir-^i.,r������-^������f������>.(r*^v1/5(^^������������*w,j^^j.^  e  ������  ?f-  CONTRACTOR   ���������  l^-J2������������MS^1^3^ErS^ '  Plastering/ Brickwork,-  Cement Work,' etc. etc.  ftwmi^-*iMii-������r\Kni  IF YOU.NKKD ANY WORK DONU' OF TIIR  AUOVJC l)I5SCJ.Ul������T10N 1.1CAVK VOUR ORDIU-l  AT TII!-; NlvW ICNGLAND HOTlcr, WIIKN  SAMI5   WII,iv IJJJ PROMPThY ATTJCNDIiD   'J'U  rl  v*.v*vvrif*+A:-\*^tx.iM^nn%'-at*  First-CI ass "Work.  ff .'-wjx-i'jumwsamiKsil  i*^r.xm*������KB'rtc.'lir..-.':,4 iiiwu'i.'.i'jvjiwwsii'^i toaw.'svvTOKcsi'i'ryi. V ./>  I  ur*i*&*ii*v**wwmto*i-*;^i������M,*iirit.vvt*iii**irii'i*i ������������������ufAfc/t"!.i������������-n#iu������i.pj*u*j ���������*.% - s.*.j ,-*-. i*--^. ��������� f ��������� .-.. r ,. 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V., iicoi'p-ilioii oiigineer,  in^-n.la to apply-ft r i ou������ia>i ni lo p.u-.  ���������.Ii'iSfl tlio f������ilowing ilc-oiili.-il IuihIp:���������.  Criinmonci'ig al, a pobt��������� pinntcd 20'CMiiina  'soutli nf tlio nort]i*(.:iKt m.iiiL'i* i.f lut w\,  ll Kiinii ei'Sf -0 uli'ii.-.r, tliunco north '10  iiliiitUK, tl coco wont 'JO clniii'i,' lluruco  scuiili '10 oliuina to point of con.menco-  ii!'. ill conUin:ng KO tK-Ve.i mr ro or ]-.������������,  i:hoik; u stuckk  I'ifllVI* M/Cr.'il'hiHi-, Ayuut.  I'Utv Juno HHii, l'Jl'2.  Siyw-ani I.iiiv] l>inl, h:i,  Dii'ilnv,'*- of S ly.rnnl.'  T.MCE.\()'i]v..*l': ih.rfiofi'i,"!   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TAKI-lj'NOTICKf tb-t' lUiwy Alfrud  Ho B, of Nosy York, Nuw York, orenputi-  iin tlootiician, i.it'e.ida to'iipply f. rjieiMii*)  s'ou to purniia'ion t" puruhnui tliii ful lowing iloucri'iod lauiii:���������t'oniii'.ORi'ijn; ui a  pf'Bl pliait'j'l iiii IV'y'oiilli o;i������t mr.ui- vif  ��������� the ������i������itii voii'i n'Uinor of li t AS:), tlit.uce.  40 cliiiiiiufjiifil, ��������� t'lvirj -IO cli:iiu*j inilh,  lilicni'D JO icli'ii1is,,-'-,'--i.  llicnu.' 4*J  elnina  M'lHIl to p-1 ill I -f  C'lll'l ClKOll-li'.lit cuiUiu-  iur; IGU :..!'������-i ii.oii' i r 1 m.  IbxHv A ij r i'i-ii IIi:*-*i  V-.f1 >-f M. lii.-ikin-', A go nt.  D.ilulJuno'.Mi.y nil;*.  ���������S.y..-iii't LmrI   i)i-.u*!i:t.  Ui-.wl;; i:' S,���������, wii-,\\.  F-uw-ir-l Line! Distii'jt..  VA trice i.f S'lywartl.  TAKE NOTU'E ilut Jol-n Ar hu.r Ha'y,  tf Nuw V.,il(, New York, . coups.tii u ilerk  lnti--:cl.i to  npply   fv:- piriuiniirii to  j.ur  ohJi ii  ;1i*j   foil cvii)}'   iliflci'ibo.i imuiM-.-  Oii'i ineu.-iiii.' ut  a   \io I jilmli-il  u; ilm  :;niiili-i*ii*it   O'lrnrr ui i.oruo   -16.   tl.c-uco  totitli SO cluii.p,   tlitl.t-o , **v(i.t SO eliI'ii h,  llieiiiio i.oitli   IO uhtiii.-i,   tlunco   uatl   fcO  t'-liiiina'to po'u t of coiniiicr.fcuuiil conii.ii)  ing 040 noim moro or liirt?.  J OH IN A11THUK l),M,V  Fibhor 11. (iiskiii", A^eiit.  Hiu Juno U-ith, 1012.     ;    ���������  Siiyffiinl' Lrinl Iiictnot,  l.ii.iinul (���������( iSiv wiiH.  Ti'iKl:) M/i'KK ili-.t W'ultur Mcli-  1> i'1, 'f f'.-A* Vcvli. Ko v 'f'uiX.  Siil;v-n, N-.jw Y-iiii, N. V., ijomipi.tioii I tuciipiti'iii l.iln'nr, i,il-:i(l;i i(. ;it ))<>  o'l'ili, iiilomli lo *-|j| ly for p-Tini ivon t������| "*>'" ���������"���������cii.i.'.-H'H l'������ pumlnivj tho fi.l ownu  liiii'vilrii/i the fiilloAiny tl-o 1'iOU)-.', iti;i .l"c- ! ���������'���������-<'i ^ i'M.-.'n' :--r \.fi:HM t.rtl fr '���������' n lut  will il J-.iiiN: ���������C(iiiii',-'iniii(; nt. u I'ufit I I'l.'iiil-.-.t l'~) iliiiiu wa-.t ai.d 10 cS iu*  p'-mlmi 10 i*'>iii'iin Shi.ih  ii..in  tJit* Knitli- i ���������''- -*' '���������-' ������!il-'  i-'-'-i'--'t.-r,.   cj'.mi  i.f   i,.;.LM  S.*,y,*.*;.rI l,i- il Diuli'iut.  IJii.'.!' V. o" o.ijwaid.  ���������j1.-]���������::���������: :-;o"''i('K hw.*. wnii-im j-iim  v".'l, uii-sirr ',f I-i'. .^T'.i  (on pii'.'.'^,'I) thfu'i  <li,  111' lie.' K.i'i:)l MW'.I) i.'.'i. th(;" i'i' tri.irl *0  n-'iili Ml ili.iiui', ilriiou i n.i. so L-iniij., .,,'li������''':��������� I'l'iitv null.  .<j;u,'.if.i!i*'.   iltiw  I hll! 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V.\'j|ii r-|-,-:i C^l-  linry ', 'c'y., or JVom ur ufl* llie Inml  o!' tlm i.;iii| i]u::i|miiy, <;i t'luoiii!  ii-i:-;ii/* rut*.)is!i ol any ���������*."c..*;���������_*��������� if>tion  J.'  rjl*-/, v,^,  vir * , .."r^ ..'-"- ���������*>.  , .s .* i -ivii i inore i.i i mi,   t.i .nl ,1ftI, t)j(.i.i*  i -i'ii"1!   i|"i M'-iVll     ll'n   '*    I :���������   I    ll .I'i ���������!* ' '.'     'f  i"|iiiu>   in-  l-.n I lot .'i.'li ll.i'n(,'������ ���������i������itt o'l t-'i' 'I'll li'.'i'v ur In i !  ('ilAItl.l.-i I'ijnn'V i lu l..;.n .|l'i,    t'liui"!   i-iil!i   -1(1   1'ln.inn   In j HOVU'll'���������'���������**     Ufi'Ml     lin*   I'UlUji-ilv'rt  I) UA Jn:������ |-. Vj' '-i^v'/"1" "^ ",,","_"- '���������';''"'' !i"'l������r i'������iii'i.i'U'.':.������..,!, ��������� ..nt il.ii:.;;  V-'o j J;,���������.| v.ill !,n prr-t-'iif-.-J lu t]i������ full  fXtrl.t <.f' tin: !ii\V,  .-ll   f-'MH-.  .urn    in-   iiinnii )-,;i\  ior  Ihe. (  OIUON*  Vail  c*y   ������insr  be  paid before' {joodo can be loiwaul  ud. Uy onU'i:  Canadian Collinrics l.hin.siiinir]  Co,  fi-r"  D  VVJrvfli  i^ir?'  ���������r^w-.y  'i'ft'fyX's ^i-TV'lifca'&ft  ���������i ?���������  1 '������iii .hi'tl ir.i i r-i  '^���������'l���������!".,  &"'������*!i.-.'Vi li, vM V  ��������� I, ���������... I  ri..: m   iv ���������   |  ere is no better way of n*  ���������kin������? the weonlo f.hink of von  ���������*.'        .���������     ... ..,  by placing an .M i^ 7!a^E ?? \-  n>  t fafy \  .V     O. I-I TAr;i3ELL  ���������.(���������rn i mot i' nr uin.  V,' I LLI All Al.'-iAI'.-r 111 CI I OKI"  i ������������������ i    . " i.   i ���������  \V    I.    ftW'i -|>V  '���������'.-J.un- With. .!Jl*2  {  i.iy.?aul Lilui l/in.rli.'t  1'i.it.ui I nf .iiy*-1,ul.  HIGH GRADE MOVESV! ���������^���������rM  111-    ('ll.ill  M    Ib-UfV  (,<i'iii'f .1 \liiii'i(f'-r(  ***��������� i*%*m������.A. >#iiSttm *-t* * m-tr'tv m*tv *������������������-* # ��������������������� **.r** w- -t   t ������-i������fci  Al.'l  11 I.i ,J     ill.  ���������? i lt-i.1,   <f   M������v.' Vi.ii.   N. V  I ll* ���������,'���������'!.  ������*-w  Ll.'J  ;' .**���������*!  rl  Syiiil:  )  ill'tlll'l  I I I ll.  -h'h- >'  M'.'ll..'.l!..|i I  JI -I'll.-i-ll'l'.' I  ii.'TK'K  l'.|l>    111      Pit'      I'i"..'!'      1  ll-.j  ���������'���������0   'r  Alb <i  M  >i^  ������ i  -���������* i' ���������"���������',  .ii  i v  ,. tVXV.-!  jr.������,.i"ii'i;, '������  iii'il l������'i,i.  ,|.*,'.!,   /.fill1   -in'i"  aU!  Ol C".  Ill.'tl  I    liul  . ll.������l'-> -���������  i.l,:i *i     '.'i  ?1 J.vl  M_i<,rC-.  Un,:  Hj.l.  I  i lili'i'in,   t't.'.il h; '.11 i.lli'"i:l,-! ii,'- !ii.ill-'1 In |  , !.',','. I ll  '*��������� *  11      ���������  I   1 1  -v i* *  "������J  '.    ������.������".   I  !   ,(.:  l-VI.".' V  1 I.  v.'. !,. cu:  i,.,  i   Hi      r   in  ii'     -:iti,  J '.��������� i  -..:1^< G  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. "R. <"  [ATIVES  [^ ar; entirely different from  others both In their' composition and their effect���������complete  cvar:*jation without purging or  d':=:omfort.'  25c. a box at your druggist's.  NATIONAL DRUd AND CHCUICAl CO."  ,Of CANADA. LIMITED.  165  star matadors open season jj-pg World's Best Liniment  ������)OX'T waste your time figuring  out why U black hen lays :i  white egg. -Get busy nnd jump  into your LEATHER LABEL  OVi-UMIAULS and get the egg.  TIIK iii*x.  THE EOG.  -- THE -  Leather Label  OVERHAUL COMPANY, LIMITED,    .  SIANUI-ACTUKKllS Of  High   Grade American'Over-Hauls,  WA1.1C1- UV IU.1*. ONTA1UO.  Tear -lhie out and mall It to us with  your namo and address and wo will send  you one of our celebrated CORN COB  PIPES, FREE.  Name   Town .". rrov   Your dealer's name j-   Town Frov   IX ASS'  ACTION  */4  ft  vL  Stews;  MGHwsf������EE  j\ B?l������;g Glipping-; Machine'  c Turos cttsler.cllps faster anil closer and's'tayfi sharp  lonsof than any ottmr.   Gears aro all; Ilio hard and  skein from solid btcel bar,enclosed, protect-, price  ' j ed und run In oil. Jlaa six foot of now, grt'75  ������g_8t>-le (lexli>le,sliaft and celebrated Utew-'; "!**' ggJL^'  B ono from your dealer, every maclitno suarantecu,  i      CHICAGO FI.EXU3LE SHAFT CO.  I   fil?.  La .-Salln < AvW     : CHICAGO,.ILL;  :-, I Wrlto 'forfres new patai-jc of most riiodorri Una of |  I horse clipping und cheep shearing machines.:  j Tlie Soul of a  Piano  is the  Action. -. Insist on the  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  tfERIBRITE VENOIL  HMISCISImiC!  ' leSKllrfUilrt  THc WORLD'S BEST  WOOD;  POLISH  flcTinH nnd (llslnfcnlH  i-vcrylliint? In your  hniiio from ihn cul-  lar io tlio iitllu; Put  It on your OiiHtc-r nml  (iufil TlHnlwooil Floor**',  Wood work, Linoleums,  V'liino.s, Kuril It lire, rio,  M.iU'ch evrrylhliitf Just  lllii" now, Money' it-  fiiiulci] If not Buflfifiie-  tory,    Made by tlio  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY COMPANY, LIMI1EI),  Hamilton, C-tnaclm,  REST Af)D HEALTH TO MOTHER AHD CHILD.  MRS. V.'lNSLOW'a 80OTIIIN0 SVIU'I' lina llCfH  usrd forovtr SIXTY YKAKSUv MILLIONS of  MOTHHUH for llielr CIlir.DKl'N WHlJ.Jt  TKK'nilNO, wllll I'K'-I'HCT tfl'CCKSK. It  SODTIll'llUlilc CIllI.U, HOI'TKNS tlie HUMS.  AI.r.AYSnll PAIN j CUUI'S WIND COMC, Uliii  in tlie best remedy fur DIAKKIKl'.V, It In nb-  kolulely linriiilemi, De hiirc anil link for "Mm.  wiiislow**' li'ioiiiiijji Syruji," nnd Uilce no oilier  kiucl.   'i'wcuty-Hve cculu u bottle.  Census of the Homeless  LollflDll.-���������A  I'ODHIIH Of l.OlllClC'Hfl /)01*'  hoiis tiilu.'ii on tlm mIk1u nf I'Vliiuury  Ki, lfil'l hIiowi, sliiU'H ilio Lfinilon  fdiiiily ftfiniicll nii'illi'iil ntlloor In lils  report piiljllaluiil rci'iJiiMy, llmt. on:)  pon-uim wi't'o found lioini'li'Srt ur i'oiii-  imrcil with I'M] liiHt yonr, nml 17!*7  tm Fclii'iiuo* ' i, 1'JOt, whon |lio ei'iisim  r.f liiiiiu'k'HH por '������!��������� In l.t.iulor wan  Arm (alien  Two  of  Spain's   Best  Men  Vanquish  Three  Fierca Animals Each  Seville, Spain.���������In a blaze o>. sunshine and .i scene of ricli colorlt.*.  such as only a Spanish L--"- ring cau  produce, i.io bull-fighting season for  the south of Spain opened last veek.  The greatest fight of the day took  place in the bull ring at 4 p.m., "when  Rafael Gomez, -nicknamed El'* Gallo  {The Cock) and "Ricardo Torres, otherwise Bombita (Firework), two of  Uie greatest U ins-matadors, were engaged to moot three bulls each. Gallo  Is a bo**n fighter, as were his father  and grandfather Lefore him. His total of bulls killed is between 1500  and 2000, am*, only one bad accident  lias befallen him.  The yearly earnings of a successful  lighter .-.re very large, the average  fee being $1,350 per ftr,Iit, hut even in  Spain Gallo has been paid $1760, whilo  in Mexico this has been'doubled.  There \y;-.s certainly nothing fierce  about the bulls during the exhibition.  Clods of earth had to be thrown to  drive several into the open.. " Twelve  hours before the light the bulls are  separated aud shut up in small rooms,  without enough space to move,, and  without food and vr.ter. Then when  the time arrives the first bull is sent  into the ring, alway: with the sun in  his eyes, ami for the first timo in his  life he finds himself alone and becomes nervous'and'afraid.      0  Great, crowds at the booking office  were clamoring for the cheaper seats  early In the <".ay and at 3.30 not one  of the 14,000 -nats was for sale. All  concerned in the actual fight drove to  the ring in open-carriages, and many  made their way to the little chapel  at the ringside to kneel at the altar  before entering the ring.   ���������  When the entry of the president and  the various other ceremonial preliminaries were "concluded a bugle call  rang out, and the door of the building  opened and the lirst bull bounded into the ring. Ho stopped short at the  entrance,' blinded by .the brilliant  light. Then looking around he picked  but an object and with a fierce bellow and head down made ��������� his first  charge.  Thero never was fi.ier work than  Gallo did with his second bull. Time  after time the bull charged, and without moving his-feet, but with a bend  of his body he guided tha bull past.  Sometimes he- would do this kneeling,  while again he would pat the bull ao  he charged past, y -  When the signal'came* to kill, the  matador,took hia sword and, having  worked ihe bull into position and taken careful aim, waited for,the change.  With unerring precision the matad..:'  lunged and the bull sank to '.'.ie groun  dead.  Needed In-Every Family  From1 Infancy To Old Age  If Your Home 13 Without 'Nerviline'  Read the Followirj Closely.  After 10 Years of Asthma Dr. J. D,  The high cost of living to-day demand's economy on every side. Sickness is expensive. Far better to  (reat little ills before they grow serious. For this reason every home  should have handy on the shelf a good  remedy like Nerviline, which cures the  minor ailments that occur in every  family.'  For example, when the boy comes  in with wet. feet and a light a ugh,  Xervilino, will cure him. If a cold  has settled on his chest, ruh on Morvi-  line and tho cold will go.  If something has been eat^i that  causes cramps, nausea, or diarrhoea,  just twenty drops of Nerviline���������that's  all and cure is effected.  As a liniment for outward application in case of. Neuralgia, Lame Back,  Sciatica, Lumbago or Rheumatism. It's  really hard to Imagine how Nerviline  relieves and how soon it cures. " '  Nerviline Is nothing new. No, it's  one of the oldest and best known remedies. Used- in thousands of  homes by the people of many nations,  simply because it stops pain, cures  sickness, and rids the family n of ills  before they become troublesome. Get  the family size bottle, price 50c;  trial size 25c, at all storekcci'crs and  druggists or Tho Catarrhozqne Co;.,  Buffalo, N.'Y.���������  Horrid Man  She had just settled'down in the  most, .comfortable 'chair they'possessed, to enjoy the latest novel. He  knew how comfortable that chair was,  because he had Loughti it himself, for  himself.  ..  You are   very    '���������omfortable - witey  dear?  The cushions are easy and soft?  Yes, darling.  .You don't i'eel any jolts?,  No, sweetest.  And I here '���������" no draught on my  lamb?  No, my ownest own.  ,   Then change seats with me.  There! said the young .wife proudly,  as she deposited the hot plate careful-  h- on the* table. That's the first pie  that.I ever made without any help;.,all  alone myself. > "  So it is! exclaimed her husband enthusiastically, looking it over critical-,  lv. meanwhile. And as long as it is  tiie very first, my dear, don't you  think that, instead of cutting it, it  would bc nice to keep it for a souvenir?   How would   it do   to "have   it  SOLDIER HOUSEMAIDS  Vienna Newt; aper Tells What Officer's Servant Should be  Vienna.���������The Vienna Arbeiter Zelt-  ung says that a new service manual  for Austrian soldiers who' act aa servants to officers has just been issued,-  written by one who has had long y_.. j  of experience It is laid down that  a soldier-servant must know a housemaid's duties thoroughly and also have  a complete knowledge of valeting. He  must know how to wait at table, and  be an expert at opening ch.-.mpagno  bottles. Ha should also hav > practice in washing c 3ns and cleaning out  birds' cages. These aro his duties  in time's of peace.  When on campaign or at maneuver  time he.must, on arriving at a strange  place, immediatel" forage for suitable  furniture for the officers' quarters. He  should then close the windows iind kill  nil the mosquitos, flies and other vermin, and scatter,Insect powder on the  floor. Such, says the Arbeltei- itleit-  ung, are the duties of the bravo do-  fenders of our hearths and homes.  Merely Wanted to Know  The daughter of the house had just  returned from a visit with her Western cousins, .during . which  she  was  extolling the"'virtue:-, of her intended.  Oh,  mother,   she  exclaimed,    He's  just' grand.    So square,  so upright!  So "highly  polished!      Why  eyen  in  his notes there is such a sympathetic  tone that, sometimes I wonder if I am  not reading the music of the gods!  * "Mercy's    sake,   child!    interrupted  mother, are you talking about a young  man or a piano.  Warts are unsightly blemishes, and  corns are painful growths. Hollo-  way's Corn Cure will remove them.   :  " $10,000 Lost by Truancy  London.���������The mayor 0* V.'allsend-  on-Tyne has drawn attention to the  fact that the grants received from the  board of education are nearly $10,000  below what might bo earned in that  district owing solely to the non-attendance of children at school.  Boy Scouts Savs Plgo  London.--A party .of Selby Boy  Scouts helped to put but a'fire whilj  on a route march.. Thoy stripped the  roof off a 'burning building and rescued two pigs which wero in danger  of aeing burned alive.  Took Him at His Word  Darling, he murmured, as soon as  they had been seated In tho high-  priced restaurant, you can have anything you wai.t on tho bill of fare.  Shall I read it off to you?  No, replied the dear girl, just read  it to the waiter.  A Safe Guide  Of a man inquire what company does  ho keep.  Of a woman, how she holds a broom  to irweep.  The, Same Fate  I believe he had two sons. Ono ot  t.'.em was lost at -.oa and the other  became Vice-President of the United  States.  And of course, neither of them wera  heard of afterwards.  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruffs  "Mabel"(aged fourteen)���������Mr. Doolit-  tle proposed to mo l-.:t night. ���������  Florence (sat.e ago)���������What did you  say  Mabel���������Oh I merely laughed at him.  The very idea of a twenty-four-year-  old boy talking about love.  "Henry Penn���������I'm going to boss this  domicile or know the reason why.  His - wife���������Henry,  you'll  know  th������  reason why.  She Was Easy  What's  the  matter" littl;  boy?  inquired the kindly old lr.dy.  I jes lost five cents, replied the little boy,, who was crying bitterly.  Well,, here's, five   cents   more  for  you,   so   don't  cry        How   did  you  lose it?  \,  I lost it pitching pennies.  A Mad Wag  Client���������The case I wish you to fight  Is this.     My anto came into oolltslpn  with���������  - Lawyer���������Excuse me, but I never argue dead issii-o.  Client���������Dead issues?  Lawyer���������Certainly;' isn't it a carcase?  If you require food for thought, go  to the public library and get a free  lunch.���������  A tonsorial parlor in which only  dumb barbers were employed would  probably do an immense business.  bid flLlS UHiVh AWAY  Those Pains in the Kidneys.  Mr. Thomas Stephenson, of Lachulo  Mills, P. Q., writes: .,  , "I was troubled for many years with  Kidney Disease,'and a friend told me to  take GIN PILLS. After taking a'few  boxes I was greatly relieved, and after  finishing the twelfth box'thepaiu completely left me.  , My wife is now using GIN PILLS  and finds that she has been greatly  relieved of the pain over her Kidneys.*'  50c-a box,'6 for $2.50. Sample free if  you write National Drug and Chemical  iv. ci rvuv-vh. Limited, Toronto. 133   . ,  .  ..' .. "������������������ . i  Kellogg's" A"slhma"TlenTelly~pTSVe"d~t-^T]  only relief for one gr "eful user, and  this is but one cure among many.  Little wonder that it has iij\v become  the one recognized remedy on the  market. It has earned its fame by its  never failing effectiveness. It is  c r.rning it to-Jay, as iir has done for  year's. It Is the greatest asthma  specific within the reach,of suffering  humanity.  ������..n MAI  VICTIM   OF   PRIDE-MADNESS  Town Mini���������Iluvi* you ovor boon lo  Loudon t������ s-i'P* tin; i.lghtH, f..niii*T','  i,iollr'K--,No, '/.ur. Yi'i' hoc, thorn'--  tm in-eil -fur yer w.o, /nr, tin; r.ol-jljts  all como duwn ter nun Ol,  ^2S������35BS^  Dublin Jury Finds Her Incapable of  Managing   He."  Affairs'  Dublin, Ireland.���������The mental condition of 1* haughty baroness was inquired into by ,the reglstidr in lunacy  and a jury in Dublin. The lady Is  Baroness Gousauge, who is at present  in an asylum at Nice.  Counsel explained that the baroness  was born in Ireland, and in 1882 married Baron von Sternberg, a llusolan  by whom she had two children, it  daughter beln;  now in an asylum.  In 1893 the baroness was. declared  to be ofiunsound mind, and was kept  under the care of tho lord chancellor  until 1900, when sho * ent'abroad and  married her second husband, who also  predeceased her,  The baron:ts had vm nciillar  form ot1 menial trouble. She* had a  haughty disposition, and thought no  one fit to associate with her. Tho  doctor in tho nsylum at NIco testl.'Ud  that she was suffering fror.. Intense  agitation, refused .0 bo wasl *d and  refused to go to bed.  Sho hud pride-madness or delusion  of grandeur. She tho'.isht tho waiter  wai- trying to poison her. She h: J  bombarded her solicitor with tele-  griiniH, tifvon arriving iu eight day:,  and thought lio and hor son woro mis.  lining her monoy.  Huron Sternberg, u .non, gave ovl-  deuce, and iho Jury found that tho  IniroiiesR was of unsound mind, and  liiciipnhlu of iniiii.'iBliig herself or hor  iitfnli'H.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns. Etu  REAL DUEL ON STAGE  60c, a t)OK or six '..-/������ for $2.50,  at al������ tinnier*, or Thi** Dodcis Medl-  cine Company, Limited,    Toronto,  Can.ida.  He  and   the   Barytone   Horrify  Aud-  lei-tee by Flerco and Unexpected  Conflict  lMi-ia, Kriuico.������������������Tlif Journal pub-  llfihu* 11 Madrid lelogrnm reporting nn  cxti'fiorilliiiiry and iniglo nffiilr which,  It Is aiild, occurred rocuntly at iho  tl.i'iitro at Ai-KiUMiMlUi do.Alba, In tlio  provlnoo of Oluilat) lieu).  It aiipoai'B that tho loading baritone  SeiifJi* ParOo, nml Uio chief tenor, Son-  or jWiirii'i-.-.!, ai.i.it������������i<.u .u t.ii; trpcr'1,.1,:  t-i.nipany nt p'.'rwt perform!up; In the  lown, wore di'iully ononiloH uh a con-  HoqiuMico of rivalry in n lovo affair,  ami ihey had ufireed to fight a duol  lo ik'titli. ....    ,  Tliov lui.l, lifiwovor,.* docldod to  ,t,w-.\;,v. ;v....:---i'!-j:i Ht '!!0 r>������-'.-.**!!o  H.'iiHou Iii the Uttlo town in ordor that  tli.-ir rivalry might not Interrupt th.  priToriiiuncf*.  The soiiHon terminated with a por-  formaiioo of. 'Carmen,' -nml nt tho cloao  nt tin*, third net th������ -ij-'WJtfttoru wore  imrnfiiMl to find thcniHolvoa tho wit-  in tit-it-u or a lli-rce'iluel between tho two  ������������������lllgi-'Hl.  Thn tight did not luul loliK, thi' Un  or, Miirtliipz, fulling Jeml at tho foot  nl h'.s r.val.  BLOOD  IN THE SPRING  The Passing of Winter Leaves People Weak and Depressed!.  As winter passes awa'y it leaves  many, peonle * feelin p weak, depressed and easily tired. The -body  lachs that vital f*. rce and energy which  pure blood alone can give.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo  People are an all-year-round blood  buildei*- and nerve tonic, bu*. they are  especially useful In the spring. Every  doso helps to mako new, rich, red  blood. Returning strength commences with their use and tho vigor  and cheerfulness of good health  quickly follows.  There is jubI ono cure for lack of  blood and that is.moro blood,,. Pood  is the material from which blood is  made, but Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  double the value of tho food wo oat,  Thoy glvo strength, tone up the stom-  ach and weak digestion, clear tho  complexion of pimples, eruptions and  bolls, and drive out rheumiitlc poisons.  If you aro palo and sallow, if you  feel continually tired out, breathless  after slight exertion, if you havo  headaches or backaches, If you aro Irritable and nervouii, if your joints  ache, It your (ippetlto falls and food  does not :ioiirifi!i nor sleep refresh  you, Dr. WIlllamB* Pink Pllla will  make you well and strong, To build  up tho blood Is tho special purposo  of Di-.-'WIlUams' Pink pllla, and that  Ih why thoy nro tlio bent spring modi-  eiiiij, If you fo-\ Uio nood, of a  tonic at this HoiVBon glvo Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills 11. fair trial nnd you will rejoice,, In now lienltli, now lUi'engtli and  now etiorgy, Do not let tho trying  weather of mimmor flnfl you weak nnd  ailing, nulld yourself up now with  Dr. William*' Pink PIIIh���������tho pills  Unit f-troiigthen.  A ah for Dr, WUHanm* Pink PIIIh for  Palo Pooplo am"l do not be poriiiinded  to tako BomolhliiB else. If your dealer does not keep theso Pills they will  bo ������ent by mall, post paid, at GO contB  a hoy or six boxos tor $2.50 by writing  Tho Dr. WIlllamB' Medlclno Co,,  nrockvllle, Out.  Now, children, eaid tho Sunday  aolmol tonclii-r to tho Juvenile claaa,  can any of you toll nio what nu opls-  tin M  I cun. answered tho llltlo follow a'  lilt'   lUUl  ui   lllll   tr;U������l-i,     Ait   <.*/!:>! !<;   J a  lbc wife oi an nposllo.  ti*._nfi-wi-infl!>r_Maple_BudsItasle_good.-ancijt'sj-io. wondef mothers evety-  where are encouraging the little folks  to spend their pennies for them.  Maple Buds arc nothing more than the best of chocolate, pure  , milk   and   sugar���������things the doctor would recommend to build  up a sickly   child.    The   most  delicate child can digest them.  The distinctive flavor of Maple Buds is entirely, due to the use of  only the best chocolate. Tlie fine velvety texture comes from  grinding and grinding through innumerable steel rollers.  Name and Design Registered. 20 4  They're Not MAPLE BUDS  Unless They're COWAN'S  The Cowan Coi, Limited  Toronto Ontario  tartttw-mwiamtiw^  Concrete  \l:S building  tyi'*,', ���������'���������'.''>3'-;'���������' <y'x'-  material  WHETHER for������iiIo, ������ mitk-  house, or s million bushel (train  elevator, concrete it (lie vapiX  economical building material in uie to  day.  Concrete never requires repairs, and  the savinn, in repair-expense alone  makes the greater economy of using  concrete more apparent eveiy day.  The cost of other building materials is  comtsntly increasing.  The cost of concrete is being reduced.  YOUR WIFE WILL  .|,-v������.ri>rt'ilf������ ll wbi������n ynn brlnr* liriinp  nViui of SNAP. Por cleaning her  hands, nftcr filling the lamps, tn'lk-  ln-;( the cows, peeling the potatoes  nnd onions, there is nothing to ermnl  SNAP  It leave*'lltc.iktn nino-jth and  soft.    Order from   your  d^nlfr to-d.-ty,  Snip Cirnpiny, I'mlted, Itonfrtil.  W.  N.  U. 'J47  j Denllno Gently  j    CnU'cj-IimV.-i lui; been icllhif; lies  . .il..i..'   ir.,   u*.,a!u.  j     Hiiilni-r-   lie HiIkUI du wom-i'.      Jle  1 ln'iiiit toll tho truth i'������"������iit you.  St^AP,  ^nttkNi'-'j.  Canada Cement  which Canadian farmers uie, with their own sand, stone and gravel to make  concrete, is the only ingredient you have to buy.  We have, by reason of our large output and scientific methods, been able to  rtrint*r tlm price of "Canada" Cement so low that it is within the reach 0?  everyone.  An increase in demand results in a greater economy of production, and wlica  conditions have warranted it, we have, from time to  time, shared this saving with tlie consumer by reducing the price of Canada Cement.   This demand will  continue to inrrM������*������--as fa**t ns farmers learn of concrete's superiority over other materials.  When you buy cement, see that you get ''Canada"  Cement; by 10 doing you will assure the complete  success of all.your concrete work.  Send a post card for our book "What the Farmer  Can do wiih Concrete."   It is free.  Tter-j ii ��������� Cinida Ccmcst -Jtiltr ta y*or ���������iliklwliMl.  I  1  If this label it not oft  ���������vary bag it ia nol  Canada Cemant.  Canada Cement Company Limited  Montreal  "������j  r  t,  .���������M  I  HERMnSBtit' THE NETTS. CmiEEHLAXD, U. a  (  0^  CARE OR THE EWES  AT LAMBING TIME  The busiest time In the -whole year  te tiie sheep raiser Is when the lambs  m being dropped, along.in the latter  part of tho wlnterr���������The actual profits  ������f the whole, year's sheep raising aro  really being made at this time, and the  shepherd is forced to work about twenty-four hours out of every twenty-four  tor a week or two.  0 During February and March, and  sometimes during the last days of Jan-  nary, tho good shepherd finds that  practically every hour of his time is  being takcu np by the lambing ewes.  Lantern in hand, ho .must visit tho  ���������beep onco or twice during the night  When they are being allowed to run in  tte opon  his task is two and threo..  FABULOUS TABLE ANfMAUS.  8ueh aa Welth Rabbit, Scotch y/0O4-  cock and.Mock Crab.  When one comes to think of it, ft la  surprising how many fabulous anilPftls  come regularly to the dinner table oi  ���������upper tabic. '  Among them,. ot course, the jflosl  familiar la the Welsh rabbit, whlcX la  its original form was merely touted  cheese. Some folks declare that the  name la a corruption of "rarebit," hut  this has never been proved.,  Then there Is the golden buck, tfWch  Is a Welsh rabbit with a poached ���������sg  on top. Chineso rabbit is a Welsh r*b-  bit with rlco in' it, and a Mexican rjib-  bit (otherwiso known aa a Spanish  rabbit) contains tomatoes and onlc-*-"*.  So much for. rabbits.   But how njahy  people" are  familiar   with, the  C^pe  Cod turkey?' Plenty in New Engird, ;  whero codfish.goes under that'-tmrH^    '  . Scotch woodcock is two slices of toot j  buttered toast,  with  an anchovy on I  HtlllHH-rllMlllMIIIIll  HORSE  WISDOM.  COMBINED TEXTURES.  DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.  A Minnesota correspondent of  American Agriculturist Bays he  finds Shropshires good, hardy sheep,  easily wintered. Storms and col*  do not affect them aa much as  ���������oino breeds. They also mako very  good mothers. Last sprlnc he raised  IS lambs from eighty-five ewes.  The best time for lambs ta come on  the average farm Is the 1st of May,  aa tho ewes are usually on grass  and have lots of milk at that time.  The Shropshire wether shown was  'grand champion at tho Chicago International Live Stock exposition  of 1912. He was bred by J. and D.  I. Campbell. Woodville, Ont   ,  (I  times as difficult as when the sheep are.-  "being corraled in slieds and' pens every -  '���������night  ��������� In order that,help and care may be  given every ewe and lamb that may  need iti try to visit every sheep in the  flock about three or four times daily.  During the day, if she sheep happen to  te on pasture, constant watching is*'  -.���������accessary, ns^ the ewes are likely to    ~Q^  "'tJIrop^tnelrnambs in some remote part  i each slice and a sauco made of hi*'* a  : piut of milk and the yolks of three ������"Sga  ' poured over them.  Less   familiar  perhaps   is   En^sb  monkey, which is made by soal-lpS a  cupful of breadcrumbs in a cupful of  milk and adding a. tablespoonfui ot  melted butter, a beaten egg and hu1* ������  cupful, of grated cheese,  tho ,wP0l������t  with  salt, and  pepper  added,   beiHS  poured over toasted crackers.  ���������   The mock turtle is.one ot the i^-ist  familiar of fabulous table animals, be-  , Ing served in the form of roup,    ln  : "Alice's Adventures  In WonderluQd1'  [ will be found a striking picture of this  remarkable  reptile,  represented  ^Hb  the body of a turtle and tho head ������* *  calf.  Mock duck Is a roll oi" chopped f^at  and breadcrumbs baked. Mock cTab  U made by mixing equal parts of ������ra.t>  ed cheese and butter, seasoning ���������tf'lth  salt, pepper and vinegar and nddiflS a  few drops of anchovy sauce. The  paste thus prepared is spread on sJ,Qes  of dry toast or sometimes served in  crab shells.  " Last, but not least remarkable* ot  these mythological animals, kn������wn  only to the kitchen naturalist, is the  corn oyster, which Is a small fritter of  ;green corn fried like a real oyster-*  New York American.  Weeks before field work ia pos- ..  ���������Ible every young horse intended ������������������  for service next spring should be !!  broken to a dependable quantity. ���������;  Except in unusual cases of rush !!  work the teams., should cease-  work in time to cool off before  the dampness and falling temper- (';  atnre of evening.  The buyers demand style in  drafters as well as weight  Farm horses that are not to be  used through the winter should  1 have a roomy paddock In which  -j" ��������� to exercise every fair day.  *     One   of  the   most  important  things is  to teach  the colt to  walk fast f������>ui the very start.  Never hitch him up with a slow,  unresponsive horse.  When you begin to handle the  colts keep it up every day.  This Mode Offers Unlimited Opportunities For Remodeling Gowns,  There Is one feature of summer frocks  that one can depend upon to material-'  lze���������that of the use of combination of  two-or more fabrics of .contrasting  texture and color for a suit or dress.  It is not a new Idea, for last spring llie  foreign designers attempted to Introduce it, but somehow it did uot catch  on at that time.  i There aro throe really new Ideas  which have been exploited this season  tn this scheme of, combining fabrics.  1 ..  ���������***->  K*t ��������� *-*!VV ' *V  ���������5^*������lv  GOLD  NUGGETS.  There Is a Curious  Resemblance  tween Them and Meteorites,  Bo-  BROOD  MARE TREATMENT. I  Precautions to observe to Prevent Losi  of Foal by Abortion.  ���������  More consideration than is the general rule should bo given to the treatment of brood mares, writes J. A. Mac-  Donald in Rural New Yorker. As soon  us it is known that a mare is safely in  foal care should be exercised that she  pelves no treatment or annoyance  that would endanger the loss of the  foal through abortion.  Sometimes the  teasing or annoyance by a stallion or a  gelding will cause such trouble. While  With foal foods that are of a laxative  and    distinctly    nutritive    character  ubould be used.   Besides,  something  more  than the  ordinary amount of  grain should  be  given,  so  that the  marc's strength is not reduced while  supporting   the   unborn   foal.    Oats  should be the chief and staple article  Used for grain food, and the mare  should have a fair allowance at least  twice a day during the winter months.  Along with'oats, bran should be freely and regularly used by every farmer  .Who raises horses." Clover hay ispref-  ��������� erabte to timothy If free from dust In  i addition to these, a few roots should bo  ! fed daily or every second day at-.least  '��������� If, however, wheat bran is fed, liber-  ! ally roots are.not so necessary, because  ! bran is laxative and cooling. to tbe  ! blood,   which is  the  very  effect  of  Olive and Elaine Dickens, gratia*  daughters of the novelist, have receut*  ly hud a play produced iu London.  "Re:uily"nnd the Beast" is its title.  Miss Dora Keen of Philadelphia, the  mountain .climber, is a slight little  woman of much personal charm, about  the last one would pick'in n crowd ns  tbe conqueror of "Mount lilnckburii, one  of the highest peaks In Alaska.  Miss Josephine Freinul, agent for  the Southern Pacific ltallroud company  at.Oilley, Ore.,'has for the third timo  In six years received the medal for perfect work, lu 11)07 she received tlio  gold medal for the Oregon lines.,  Miss Inez Mllholland of New York  Is one of the best looking xuffrngisti" in  the entire army under the yellow ling  of votes for women. She brings to tho  pause a diploma from Vassar, college1  and a license to practice lawnd libitum  in the state of New Vork.  Miss Katherino I. Harrison, whom  tho Pujo committee' was anxious to  summon recently iu the hope that she  might reveal some of her vast knowledge of Standard Oil secrets, was for  twenty-live years private secretary to  tho late 11. H. Rogers and ia said to  have accumulated more-than a million  dollars as a result of her rare business  ability, coupled with her knowledge of  inside affairs.  CHOICE BUTTER  MADE ON THE FARM!  Sporting Notes.  One calls for a combination of' two  materials, a plain and* a figured, both  ������f the pasture.  Early in the winter months In which  the lambs are to be expected it is wise  jto set apart as much of the sheep sheds  and shelters as can possibly be spared  i������iid  divide  them off into temporary  pens.   Theso should be used for the  ewes immediately after they have dropped their lambs.   Last year I took a  ������pace four feet wide. along the east  ,,-walI of a long sheep shed and fenced It  off from the rest of the interior, says a  -Kentucky shepherd Jn Farm Progress.  By dividing this long space into little  pens livo feet long.I mado room for a  lozcn ewes and their lambs.  ���������   A space 4 by B is plenty big enough ������������������  to hold a mother and her Iamb comfortably for a night nnd a day.   When  a ewo and lamb aro brought ln I put  them in these pens for tho night.   A  little feed for the mother and a bucket  of water to help allay ber feverish  thirst nre all tho attention she will t  need for tho next twenty-four hours.     |  When tho weather is raw nnd bad  leavo tliem ln tho ��������� pens longer than ,  "roots. Raw potatoes are good and very  How do nuggets of gold originate! i .cooling. Not many should be fed in the   in the same color; another for-the com  Sometimes a mass of the precious met- I i*a^ state.  I know one man who kept   bination of different materials in con: ,  al worth a thousand dollars or mot-6 Is ' two horses. One was a pretty big horse   trastlng colors. Such a laxity In modes_,  By-what-process-was-so-BiUcb���������and-the-oUier-was^^ ifir1  gold compacted into a lump? i potatoes were fed every night to these   come, who is depending upon the skill ,  An attempt was mado not long ago ! horses, to the big horse sixteen and to   of her needlewoman, many opportunl-  to answer this question.   An invest-Sa- j the small one twelve. This was a fair, ties for remodeling old costumes.   :  tor in Australia cut and sliced and : proportion. |    Tbe dress pictured,will give a hint in  Brood mares should be kept 6harply . this direction to the clever seamstress.  polished gold nuggets with the sole  purpose of finding out Just what la  their structure.   Tho first thing be discovered was that there is one euri������us  point  of  resemblance  between  gold  nuggets and meteorites.    Roth, when  polished and etched with chlorine ^va-  ter, exhibit a crystalline structure.   lithe case of meteorites the lines thus  exhibited on tho etched surface '"-re ;  called  WldmannstiUtiiin  figures,  And i  their presence Is said to be one <i( the. \  most invariable characteristics of those '  ' metallic bodies that fall from tho -^J '���������  to the earth. |  But it is not meant to be Implied -hat  gold nuggets hnve fallen from the 6ky  becauso they exhibit a crystalline structure recalling that of meteorites. I'lu  resemblance Is apparently only si'Por*  flclal, and the crystals of the nuggeta  differ In form from those of the -ho*  tcorltes.  Another curious fact is that when t  Bhod in winter, as a Btroggle to keep . it is made of white cotton crapo and  out. A cold rain on the tender skin of  a,young lamb is about tho worst thing  that cnu happen to him.  whon tho ground is firm and^thos\m ia ; nu(Jget 1(J honted ,��������� a BnnMn flntn(J ftr.  plosions tako place on Its surface glisters are formed which continue to  swell until they burst with a Bharp" tu*  port nnd bits of gold nro violently petit*  tcred about It is evident thnt tho Ma-  gels contain either gases or somo liquids or solids which arc easily concerted Into tho guseous form, tho expansion of which produces the oiplosI������hs.  ���������Harper's Weekly.  The Cnre of a Churn.  Thoro Is a great difference in tho np-  penruiieo of chums after they havo  been used n while. Somo got dark colored nnd lose their fresh, clean look.  Moreover, thero is often moro or less  ef n mildewed npponrancc, owing, it la  supposed, to tho fact that a much used  churn never has a chance to bocomo  thoroughly dried out Neglect to keep  It scrupulously clean Is fntnl to nny  .wooden utonsll, sinco it wlll quickly  ibaorli odors, nnd onco permeated It la  next to Impossible to overcome tlio cou-  dltlon ontlroly. All tho Inside of i  churn should bo regularly treated to a  good scnlillng with boiling water.  Thero Is no nocosslly of so treating tho  Ynrnlslicd outer surface, which If  Wiped off with ft cloth wrung out of  their feet on lee or slippery roads may  cause abortion. Cold, icy water is dangerous,-as it may causo colic and  eventually abortion. Mares ln foal,  While better for being worked moderately, should bo kept out of deep snow.  Plunging and struggling in deep snow  arc-very dangerous.  When there is imminent danger of  the mare aborting through slipping on  Ice, plunging In deep snow, hard driving or otherwise, eoft teed should bo  Withheld and tbo mare given kiln dried  jjrain. Wbolo wheat dried in Uie oven  of the kitchen stovo Is an old established preventive feed. It,has long*  been a practiceoirlth us to feed thin  'dried wheat to the mare after a bard  drive or at any tlma that abortion is  tipprehcnded. Whilo I have known our  ruttrea to abort several times, I never  know nny of tlioin to abort after get-  tluB preventive! feeds of dried wheat.  If wheat la not at band, dried barley  1B good, or even dried oaUi.  With caro and tho cxerlcse of common senso thore Bhould bo little Uan-  fter of a mnro with foal doing all kinds  of work and even drlvlug if she is a  ���������jenerftl purpose marc.  pale yellow zigzag cloth.   Tho drapery,  lifted at tho back, is extremely Pa-  ' rlsian.  CARE AND  USE OF  SOAP.  . John 3. McGraw has signed a new  contract for flvo years with the New  York National'league club. Tbe terms  are said to bo $20,000 a year.  Negotiations are pending for an in--,  ternational contest of 1.500 points at  1S.2 balk line billiards "between Wil- ,  liam F. Iloppe, the champion, and Fir- |  min Cassignol, conceded to be the best ';  bllliardist ot the ' present day ln j  France. i  Howard Jones, Yale 100S, Sheffield. |  has been appointed head.coach of tho  Yale football team, for the year 1913.  Ills appointment marks an important  epoch in the Blues' football history.  He will be the first salaried football  coaclr for Yale. For years Yale has  adhered to the graduate coaching system; with Walter Camp as chief adviser.        ������    ��������� ���������  German Gleanings.  That instruction in domestic scienca  be made compulsory for girls' schools'  is urged in a petition signed by a largo  number of women in Berlin.  ���������The'German^army-comprlsesrattotar  of (555,012 men.*  Of tbe 27,037 officers  413  are  generals,  695  colonels  and  2,367  officers of  the hospital  corps.  There are 531,001 privates. |  Berlin has just opened a new hotel ;  with a roof garden restaurant, tho first j  of its kind in Germany.   It will com- j  mand  a  splendid  view  on  summer !  nights of the famous Berlin zoo and  the   brilliantly   illuminated   environment   Tho hotel represents an investment of $2,500,000. ,  13,  E,  Rock wood. In Iloard's Dnlry-j  man   says   of  farm   buttermak'ng:   Ii  .  was talking recently with n farmer's  'wife who makes butter for a private,   ,.  line of customers, delivering It every;  two weeks.  Tho process of making choice buttcc-j  Is thoroughly understood by (his wom-j  un.   The quality is over the same.   The-i  i-olor never varies, nor does th.e salting.' j  Everything about it ffom start to'lW  Ish Is done by rule.-She hns ii separator yy.  run by a gasolS'ne*''eiigi*u*5'. * Tho mcrr**. ' ,  sepiirate tho miik as they bring it from.. *-,...  the burn.   The cream is cooled at oncoy ,.  and not mixed  with that previously  separated while it is warm.   Churning,  ,is done every other day, or three times  each week.    A,, barrel clHirn, with no  inside paddles whatever, is used.   Tho *  cream is ripened '<r,t Retting it in  a  '-wnrni place.' adding a ilttle buttermilk  left from U'c-last churning and stir-  riug well,   i'i 1- considered"sufficiently  ripened when it "pits" or when a spoon  dipped Into it is well coated on removal.    Such cream pours out liko thick ,  molasses.    It Is   strained  through  u  sieve into the churn.  The amount of butter color is gauged  according to the amount of cream.' A'  rich tint is secured to the finished  product, jet not bo high a color as to  offend the eye. Salt, Is sifted and used  at tbo rate of an ounce and- a half to ,  The remarkable vitality anil milk  producing qualities ot tho Brown  Swiss breed ot dairy cattl* are Indicated by the performance of Ola '  B., a two-year-old lielfer. Handicapped with a broken shoulder, she  made an official record with slier  first calf of 9,009.7 pounds of-miUt  containing 32L55 pounds of butter  fat in ten months. Ola B., which la  shown wllh calf. Is owned by tho_  ���������waihaiia,"fam"*^~BIiaarebTIrir,~NrTr7  Fake Curlou.  Dr, Wiikellng, the lOgyptologlst, t������lH  us that It la useless to warn tlio tourist against tho fake curio, Uo puyn  and Ib sold with nn mifalllng rogi)<nrl<  ty, nud linrdly nny Imitation la too  crosa to deceive lilm. Dr. WtikcHns  tollfl us of n Indy who bought n Rd-rati  from n hoy who assured her thnt ho  hnd hlmnolC utolcn It from tlio e*va<  vatloiis In thu tcmplo of Aluiiiton.  And nlio displayed hor tDon.siii-o tvl<  niuphnntly nnd rtlwnya with the \\0nia,  cold witter will preserve Hh prlstlno | ii^U(i i am BUro it must ho true, foe  freshness indefinitely. A stiff brush Is   ho hnd such uu botiest littlo fnc-*"-  betloi' than a cloth to nBO In clcnnslng j Argormut.  ���������fairy utensil*).  Cpro of Dairy Utensils.  ^lusti tho Bopurutor with plenty of  ���������food cold water Imincdiutcly after uee.  Tnko lho bpwi npnrt nnd wnsli with  warm water nnd washing powder until  ���������11 parts nro elonnod. Thnn rlnnn Ihor-  oughly with Bcnldlng hot wntcr nnd  place tdutn (n tin) clean milk supply  tnnlc to dnilu. Itlnso all tho dlppcro,  cnm*. *Htrnliiers nnd pnll������ with cold water, then wnsli tliem thoroughly with  hot  wnler,  washing  powder  nnd  a  Liuati   u\i\'t.  Uti   i>������UV.a  iii   Uiiiii   uIU   ttt-  niovcd. Klnso with thoroughly hot wn*  ter. Novor wipn thorn off with n cloth,  in thoy do not need it, but Incline on n  elenn shelf or ovor n trough to thnt tho  water cnu drain off readily.  Choei Por Plat Feet  Flat foot in home* nro often cnunod  by alltwinc tin-* f-liws to remain on too  lonff. A thoo for a tint footed horno  ihould bo wldo In tho web nnit con-  roved well ho nn not lo toueh tli������ *n!������i  'of tho foot Put ft Rood ploco of nolo  teuticr iMMifu'.li tlio uboi! and apply  toi'-io u'-v*! Loft* olutuiiint  No U������e For the Doctor,  "Why did yon Reml tho doctor a^aj  without pornilttliiR him to do nuyihlna  for you?"  "Ho fwliV he could Bet mo up nnd out.  In throo dnyfl," tho milTcrcr Kroiinud,  "nnd my nrnldnnt Inmironen iunii',|ht������i  to $30 a week moro thnn my RiilnC? tm  long ns I'm UlBiiblcO.*'���������OhlcnKo Koc-  ord-llerald.  A DuoIiicbi Tlp<  Bho Oookluc nt photo proofs)"-"D.:  yon moiin io \b\\ me Unit I liavo **^c*o  on ugly nose nn tlmtV Pliotom-npHfr-  My nppnrntim ennnot lie, mndntn. ^hi  -Then for goodness' anlfo hnve pn������������tir;b  .iicnso to ro and cct ono thnt c<u*''l-  Ilbutou Transcript.  Tankage For Hog������.  J hnvo fed tnnkago to hoR8 of all ngea  for tho Inst thirteen yenrs with the best  remits In overy case, Rnys John n.  Dunlap in Country Gentleman.  It is an Ideal feed to uno with corn  and ia highly imli.tftble. it need not bo  fed I" hirgo qunnlitlea, ono part ot  tnnUtiRo to ten parta of com belnR ������  vory Hutlsfuctory rutlou, Notliing is  better thnn a warm slop for Jiors of nil  iiffCfl during tho winter monllia, It l������  hard to Bet them to drink all tho wutei  thnt tholr HyHtoms reimlro during the  winter, and If thoy nro tfivon ull tin  ���������wfirm slop they will drluk they will do  much better tlmn without It Thonffb  huraoually I llko to feed tnnknt?o In  Blc-p hotler thnn to food lt dry, It mny  bo fed on tbo ground durliiK the summer months in mmill rjunnliUes, wiib  unit nnd any other condiments, with  ���������jood result'"'.  The Profitable Cow.  lUo cow filvlnK tho most buttor fnt  Icflveu the owner with tho most net  <ay>-* profit ultliout rtrfurd ^ co.-,t ot  kccplnj,' when compared with low pro-  dijclnK cows on umall kceplnc cost  this phni*o of dairy economies Ir difficult to comprehend by mnny cow owri-  I I**".*-.. ..f**!      , t        1*"-     - *        .*   .*������������������*'-��������� *���������        -   ������'/  ���������Q,t",������������      t.������J>||'',iikMyHv t������-i.**v.  **.k*\* ^h''������*������*i  ���������������**!������'���������'���������  ever, has proved tho assertion, The  laffje producing cow does not consume  feed u compared with tho snanll pro-  Oucluff cow In tho Rnmo proportion  thnt the Rinnll producing cow docs.-*  t-fjtnsns Tiirmcr,  Buy In Large Quantities, as Thi������ Commodity Improves With Age.  As water alone cunuot render" greaso  soluble, it is impossible to cleanse most  clothes without tho aid of au asjont j  which Is capable of so doing. j  The cleaning nnd eolving properties  of soap aro entirely due to tbo alka-  lino constltuenta, tho fatty acids being  employed only to modify tho Injurious  property of alkali.  When buying soap it la desirable to  procure that made by a well known,  rellnblo manufacturer, as ono is leas  likely to get an Inferior rvrtlclo. It Is  also better to buy it ln large aunnti-  ties, as Inrgo quantities nro usually  sold at a considerable 'reduction In  price, and sonp Improves la quality  und durability by keeping.  Sonp mny bo usod as n solid, or lt  mny bo dissolved nnd used ns n liquid  In whatever form its action Is that of  a greaso solvent nnd purifying agent.  It Is used,.ln the solid or hurd stato  for strong material without color,  when Its strength mny bo concentrated by rubbing lt on the particularly  The South Pole Tragedy.  The thoroughness and elaborateness  of Captain Scott's equipment wny in  itself baro proved a handicap instead  of an ali-Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Ko poet has yet been ablo to glorify  sufficiently tlio heroes of tho arctic nnd  antarctic regions, yet they deserve Immortalization in undying vcrso.-1'lUl-  ndelpbla Inquirer.  A strict inquiry will presumably de-  tolop tho rensons why Captain Scott's  magulQcontly equipped expedition  should havo met with such a dlsas.-  ter.-New York World.  Base Hits.  Thoro they go ngnin-robbiug hnBo-  ball of all its churm. Tlio tippellatB  court of Illinois hns ruled thnt it Is Illegal to Btriko au umpire���������Manchester  Union,  Tho English lungunge Is spoken by  300,000,000 peoplo,   The number who  i cau Bponk tho bnsobnll Inngungo Is con  ovory year.���������Toledo Ulndo.  Flippant Flings.  left to  dirty parts m thnt they may bo moro , ,     ,  easily nud thoroughly clounsed. ���������������������������������'-'���������   j >������������  Sonp powder In principally composed '  of soda and wator, nnd ns wnahlng;  soda does not cost moro than ono-llfliu !  tho prlco of Roup powder, It would bo i  more economical for the housekeeper \  to uso thnt substniicft with tho nddi-,  tiou of n littlo soup twntloti to tho wa-;  tor, which would form n lather equal-'.  ly ns woll, nud tho work of clonmilng ���������  would bo ns crTcctuul ns when soup ,  iwwder is used. J  i the pound. The tastes of the consum- .  ! era seem to agreo on this amount,  which is not too much after the butter  Is worked.  The winter churning temperature is  right urouud G2 degrees. The cows are  Jersey grades and produce a heat resisting: quality of fat Sometimes 64 decrees brings the butter of equally llrm  texture.  When the globules reach the  size of kernels of wheat u part of the  buttermilk is drawn away and as much  water of the same temperature is put  Into the chum.   This is giveu a few  turns  und  tho  cork  again! removed  This time tlie butter is drained pretty  well and thon washed with a pail ot  water nt 02 degrees.   1 should imvo  said that a handful of salt Is added lo  the first water. This assists In soparnt* ,  Ing; tho globules from tho milk and  floats them freely on tho top.  A hqlr  sieve over a pull catches whatever particles run through. Sometimes another  pnll of water Is needed to sufficiently.,  wash out tho milk, but all water used  Is in cold weather tempered to'02 or 61  degrees so as to lenvo the butter just  right to work. Salt is sifted oyer tho  granules ln tho churn nnd tho wholo  partly worked by revolving tho churn,  lt is finished with a bowl and Indie, all  this work being completed and the butter packed In small enrthon crocks be-  foro it hardens.   In summer It Is usually set nwiiy for several hours after tlio  first working and then reworked to finish tho job, This la done bocnuso ot  different temperature conditions existing between tho two soiihoiih.  Pestlmltitlo Thought  Every rose hns Its thorn.   And thi  mean part of tt Is that tho thorn ftftyi  on tho Job when tho roso hns wlth^ed  ���������-Cincinnati Unquircr.  Folly often goes lieyoml her boi'-'da  but Impudence kuimi none.--Dm joo  ���������Oft  At Farrowing Time.  Cut out the rorn at farrowing tluM  j tind fwvl nlfnlfn or some other liltrog-  rr.'uis 'frfd.   l*"or n f'*w weeks beforj  nnd nr'tcr fnrrowlng tho w* would be  j Utter off without corn,    Sho need*  j morn nitrogenous f*c<Ja until the plgi  Mr-ole Claantno Fluid.  Por cleaning delicate fabrics this  method Is frnld not to fade or Injure tho  finest color: Urate rnw potntocs to a  pulp, ndd ono pint of wntcr to ono  pound of tho potato pulp, RtJr nnd wash  hetweon tbo hands, then .drain tho  water from tbo pulp through a One  nloro nr olnth T ft tt vtnnA tn th������ *!���������������*���������  eel until tho line whlto stnreh apltlns  -to tho bottom, then pour off tho clear  wator, which Is whnt you uso for clonn-  iDg, Tho settlings nro used for potiito  fitnroh for stiffening flno mnterlnls.  Por cleaning, sponge wiih the liquid,  Applying untl) ell Moll is removed, rlnso  In clenr water and iron on the wrong  sido. For whlto silk, which may bo  passed through tho wntcr us through  Buds, udd n very littlo imrnx to Hit  water. Party dresses nnd whlto cash-  mere* elenn bf.iuflfnlly by Mil* method  Turkey  hnrdly  hns n rug  ���������Und upon.���������Norfolk Ledger.  No ono hut ii woman could hnvo had  tho uf-rvo to suggest thnt Mr. Maxim  luvout n woman Kllenccr.-Uoston Ad-  vortlser.  A bill to stop tho killing of frogs is  introduced Jn Minnesota. (Irccnbnck  legislation sprlnglug up iigulti.- Philadelphia Telegraph.  The Man Higher Up.  This Is n good timo for tlm mnn  higher up to climb n little higher.-*  Now York Tribune.  Th" Tift li'int"" 'u vc��������� Vt'.: r,rr;  nnothor wtop nr-aror <ln> mon "lili-lK-st  up."���������Hoston Journal.  In view of recent disclosures $lfi,������  000 seems to bo n very low prlco for  tho post of police captain In New York.  -Kschnngw,  Fattunino Sheep With SilaQe.  Accurate data regarding tho value or  sIIhro in a ration for fattening Hhecp  and lambs Is scarce, but what there Is  liiillciitos thnt It Is useful. As far hack  ns the onrly nineties llm Michigan ux*  porlmout station fed some lambs on si-  In go nnd other foodstuffs.   The gist of  their lludlngs In tu tho effect that a  mixture of fodders composed largely  of a good quality of sllago proved *  cheap mid succesiful ration for fattening lambs, Tho Iowa station nt A man  mndo somo comparative tests of dry  hny rootu nnd Rltuge us roughage for  two yours.   Tho average of tho two  years wns  favornblo to the use of  sllago ns a menus of cheapening thn  ration. Tho lambs from all lots ltnlsh-  pil Into'mnrkot toppers, but the dref-sert  curciissos .showed the silage lambs, t  ������'U'i* rtMK'iu'' on fin* iiool������.  Woman and Politics.  Odoilokt Lard.  To take nwny tho odor of pork from  lard buy Irnf lard nnd whllo melting  put nevprnl npplrs with tho skins on,  well washed and dried, Into the molting pot   It gives tho Ir.rd n fine flavor,  A course In poll Ik's for tins girl ntu-  ���������dents In  Vnssnr tins boon endowed, i riiiHlucci'**  Car* Makr������ the Cow.  Hrec'llng In (lie dairy nulm.-il amounts  to 111 tic nr nothing unlfss the nnlmul  L. ..i f. I .... C* v.^.v.^.j. i**v <.^.i *,,\i ....  obtain tho results ni' her superior breeding, On tho other liaiul, many calves  of sr-rub breeding, prnpprly reared ami  fed, wlll develop Into protltnliln milk  Thu   chiiiu'en,  of   coin*'-'",  Prophetically approprlnluV-Nuiv Voik  World.  Suffragettes nre to have n bank of  tlieir own, Vol n wild titni; kviamiii;  sround that bank if It cvit falls.���������  New Vork THcgrum.  Pr. Anna Sh-nv would rather veto  than be mnrrled. \Vnman"s ic-unl tm-  pract1calili,m,������,.i   if vl'.u noin tu.ittieij  and fl* c-irt ho moA Irj.iteail ol hotter Id ' che* onoiA  control  iw������  voUa, - Hv-iXi  '- aluiott my jnuiLrjr.  j uoro iiun.  are nhvnys In favor of the heifer enlf  ( nf ������������������mid ilniry lii'i-eilipji' being n good  fiilll-er,  i tiv������ Clock on tha Farm.  I vti*..*���������*. 1 'i"*-'l..unlvy niennn tr.oro nnit  f..r llm farmer's table, a <hetip nnil  ���������li'i-lriilile tivtli'nl ot m-uki-il'i.'** furm  lir.-Ji! is nml uni'* tu.'ii.i':*' .*-: '-\>o *-AU  ,<'..i. :..:, L*..ii..I *.i.L^.;j'.K.i.^._ui-(kt^li^-  I li.iy r.nd grntln-j iiir tlicv 5~f5S55!5*SS^^  THS" $EWS; CUMIJERLAMX), BRITISH'COLUMBIA.  ^M4a������vw>(w-nn vjcxmax-*..*.  ***m>"Pi  rrtfliiiipftpEHs  ���������,**&*  UflCE. CU^TAIflS  ' r'S**''  .������.*'   ."I:"  y:f:  TMl-W STOCK of the above in well a  [\ and designs at POPULAR PRICE?  in well assorted patterns  S . . .. '   ���������**%. $h fcv  M'0my\  *S  j        Our "stuck of Furniture,   House-fur-  5M.SJV  im*  Beds,   etc.,  etc.   is   a ways  complete and prices the best.  Try a.   Pawceti  Ran^e : they   are  alwavs sati*;lactorv.  Ii^"ii'-*,4kt1  MeKIOT'OM     Cumberland  .&'tj^������* ������.''r^4*--,������-'*������^  j       Mcl'm.*lJl  Block,  .���������.-r.^-.**.  f  ������^VM���������^^>"l<  j���������������i-tf-i" *���������*���������    ���������������������������*������- ���������.M  T^Ti'lKy;  ;%(i'X'J(?Ii  -  I    ^   ���������!���������'  .... I I  n-.!i   '������!���������'   TUE  ,i. CI.A!";*���������!��������� S ACT'  Cl������rk.   ���������  The following   bills' and   ac  cunits were referred tn ihe  Fin-  I'AKK Nt-TICK thai tiit* und Taisce  Committee, for payment if  ��������� r*     ������������������-, .-   * *  r,if'.(-vi- tj������* expiration  .Di'Mliirtv li'iv*' I ;:>j0"']' J'l-tJMir'-thc 'iis-et*  ViiibticriiJiiM iH*'h'.*[y inakc'iippHch-5  liOiid'oryiyiatiyi'tM*': of vthe ' iiqnoy  ; jicijiiifo.iu*la.: 1iv,;:lyi._:i: 'iir coniiectiyn  :; \\;itli liit;'**. t;e*idoyio .Hotely Ouiii  .  l>ei'i;ii)dy,i>,���������'������������������(% Ao Jtifepii Tobaocp  yuid '.; * j p'ie'ph yl)t!ii).oii to, y to   the  'iJjonrd  oj"yLicynce" C^iiimissioners  ^fft-ljcvCil y.-, orr'/Oni"rjl������.b'i,l:vnd. at".:gucli  .of' iheji* ivgular^'iiuotino'S fit .wliich  y1   J.; ��������� ,,  '"���������'.'���������n. -y . ���������   \/'   - '���������*. *.;. ...      Or.'-*  .sricli; "apnlicatiiDii ;tiaii, "be( legally  yi'ija.tlji3y 7] ry ������������������������������������y ]yyy^ ���������'/yjr k .*. j* ; ��������� x  yyy*y'^  y7'y-77y ������������������.-' ...'������������������'.. iloldor of rLicG'ice,  '���������-xyy���������y  . y y ;��������� 1*1'older'Jo,}' .Te:'rii'jv)i'aryJpennit  \My<LMydMfl^  found correct;'   ���������  Wesley Willard..  .* A. 11. I'eaccy ,  Jus. Brown......  A. II. Kiei'stuad,.  .$6,70  . 6.65  .  900  ��������� 4-5������  A; McKinnon, postage 9.25  A. McKinnon. ......   2S.95  Nanaimo Piov, jail;..   23 50  .0, & U- Waterworks.    5 00  NO'HCE TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  '.'Tender, for Ex-tension to JMinto  Scliiiol-hnust.",*" will be received by ihe  Honourable the Minister ot l"*ublic\Y������-ks  up lo inSrui iif Wednestl.iy, the 25th d.iy  nf J line, 1913, for me erection and com-  plciioii ol i.i extension of one room to  ihe Srhfijl-h'.uisc lit Minto in ihe Comox Mk'v'tor.it Disirict.  This work *o bo completed on or be-  fou' 1 he -*3ih dny of August, 1913,   ���������  I'l.ins, spcciiiciiioiv., conn-act, -'ind  iJinn.s of'I'oinlcr mny In", seen on und af-  ict* ilii> y.ii i\i) .if June, 1913, al  tlin 1 like of NJr.'j .Diiird, ('lovenimcr.t  Ar;cm, f..'iiii.i.cil;\rid. li.,C; Mr. W. C.  Whin", Semt'iiy ot die Si Imol Hoard,  Minln. ami die DeiKUimcnt of I'ublic  Woi'-S Vii-ioria, 11. C, ,  liiiciniinjj ti'i'.'.lcrtis can obtain one  i^ijiy ������f plan.", and spccific.UnniB for the  -ii n oi sen d ill.us (Sin) by applying to  the ijiidci-iiyncil, ������h!cli will bc refunded  ifure'U!iKd in /;nod order.  Each pn������;iosal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank cheque or ceitifi-  crue of deposit on .1 chartered bank cf  Canada, made payable to the Honourable il.c Minister of Public \Vorks, for a  sin., equal to lo rcr cent of ihe lender,  whicli shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline ic enter into contract  when called upon to ilo so, or if he iail  to complete "-the work contracted for.  The cheques or certificates of deposit of  unsuccessful tenderers will be' returned  to then upon the execution of the  contract.  Tenders will nol be considered unless  made out on the forma supplied, sinned  with the actual signature of die tenderer and enclosed in the envelopes furn-  shed  The lowest or any tender not nccessar  ily accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH,  Public Woiks Engineer  Department of I'ublic Works,  Victoria," li. C, June 7d*. 1913-  ������93,S������03������3*!>������'S9������������^9S>SS������������   <%e-*SS������Q^S@C������6?i5���������XMS������'9Qf1  es**2������������������������������������S������e������������������2!S-SJ5;C.e     09S98<9999903399d99SQ('  s1,i  ?'   .'"���������'*. :"   J:      "' ���������'���������''���������: "'���������������������������'.���������  "-'' "'"'������������������ * Qj, " -..-V^'    "**'X  ���������-���������)'' -    ������������������:" ' ,,'  y'-K.^Gydvincley-is :;ageii<Cyior:r:the]  ������������������'���������Ho rd '!l iiiVd, * ��������� GI ml in e r' y au to mx>  :jfiii "(���������<. ^U^;J*i-sy:foiy hirer: '*y-P lidue ft 8  WHAT WE PRINT  "We print ludios' nnd guntlouicni?  visiting cards.  We print wedding invitations.  Wo print dnnc.o programmes.  We print hotel hill of faro-?.,  We  print   meal   tickets,   also  milk and bread tickets.  We    print   posters-,   handbills  and dodgers.  "   We .print pin cards  and notices  on canvas. ,  .     .  We   print concert programmes  und admission tickets.  We print business curds.  We print billheads, ordinary or  loose lt;al! system.  We print letterheads and  uote-  head6.  We print statements*and envelopes. 1  Wo turn out  work  when  you  wnnt it and how you want it.  'Hirst-class    printiy<->   * of   all  Kinds doii'.' at The NEWS Office.  ���������'.'mm  r  :o^"-i:?-v;'-;i;t[it;"s^uc-vJ;^<;-",^  \ jModi"i*ir rcsidencey and ������������������..double*  re 011 * 1. Ai, ej 1 i'i 1 i'i y ,011, Pe 1 nr i 111A ve n ti e:���������  v' .'.'���������1'Yf' 1)J.'.hU'Cel .J,   Soptic y'tjink,:  lai'li'tiiVd' toiUdy!ioJ,Jaiul ciild_.;wa:;  iJ'iy bu'^ij' lifiSi'i.iijc'ii t;y pplfliirl id.' veg-  y������'.'.ah!-.- '��������� iiiid 'li'dvvo.i'.*. garde ti,.    , Pijce*.  ���������  iiu'l!id:ii,ig fineJii.o'W range,nnd'y>th-  . ';���������<������������������';'fui'tiishings,'^'^GOU,; Terniy,  "81.000 c;ai-liy liitl;nice to.������������������.stiit pur-  Jclipoi'.j'.J l*'or jl'iii'thcr rparhculfii's  yi]>ply (;iii-:i'l;'e'*''pri'.iii'isesy ;'I\Ii*s. H.  J. 'J'lici.il-ttliJ. j'cnriiii Avenue.  Total $93.45  The question of powers of Police Commissioners aud of free  speech on the public streets were  discussed at some length and the  action..of* the Provincial Police  in causing certain parties to  move on while certain others  were allowed to-stdudj. also came  o  up I'or a good deal of discussion.  ���������F-v-Sea-vardo���������and-G^-M u ssal-to-  appearcd before the Board asking for a- r������duction iu their  v,'Uoks.ile liquor license iee, but  the  Hoard could not see its wav  1 **  to grant tlie request at present,  but might, consider same before  the end of the year.      ' , ...  sener-Brewing to.  Ice! leeLlee!,.  Supplied to the Public  ORDERS must be given .not  later  than! OA.M.   to   ensure   deliver)'  same  da)7.      ,   ,  ipi!llli:ilUlllllllllllli!!IKI!!l!i!llli!!!!lillltll!n  I   GIDEON HICKS  I- PIANO -COMPANY  I      GOVERNMENT ST. ' .VICTORIA, 1$. C.  H " ' *  a Complete Stock of uYe Oleic Finne"  i'o ...  1 Heintzman &'Co.Pianos  MAROCCHI BROS'  1  GROCERS" &   BAKERS ' I  AND- PROPRIETORS  OF ��������� |  CUMBERLAND   BOTTL'NG WORKS  i {J.\CilLs      DiLvjtttK,   i-  pany������ Limited.  TAKl*: NOTiCJ*:, piiretinnt to  ���������-���������cetiun iS   of tiie   ''Coinpanics'  .\cl,"    Ihat    fhe    abuve-nnryed  Ctiiupuiiy proppje. one jnonlli af  i \- da'.e hereol, lo ''hnnyc'   thoir  ii'iiii*..' io   tlie   ''Isiaiiil   Brewing  (.'unipaiivy Liniiuci.  Paled ihi;; 16th day.ol Juno 1913  ���������I. l\  I-'.OSS,  .Sccn-'ary  MEETING OF COUNCIL  The n*:.rr,!nr tneciiiii,'  of   the  (lonni'il ������"!*-' Ijcld ���������'������!'. Monday ev-  1. iiiuj.'; ]-v ei:t, Mayor ''ai'ipiifil,  Ahli'iiin-ii Mii.vwell,   Co.-,   Hioh-  1  Agents for Pilsener Hrewing Cou-panj'.s HEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds ol  ,'   -   . Wines and Liquors.         Dominion Pianos, T-konias Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophone  les ami etc  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND" PRICK- LISTS.  Conteuient. Terms of Payment Arranged. ������������������  l,        SECOND   STREET  ���������tiAj-t-jit, u~<*u*������ 1 m rtm^  Mr. Gideon Hicks, of ih&Gid-  eon IJiclcs Piano Company aiid  Mr. Martin, Victoria; are paying  ("unil.'i'ilfind and district" a bui-i-  n. .*.* visit. Tlioy arrived "from  Alberni to-day, having had a  must s-iiei'cssfnl trip.  -MX!**;! 'Hid Miller.  .11'.;.',, .pi  Miniiii':-nflasl inc'*.*t''uj; icm1,  ivlnp'.ed and signed.,  Provincial police lepoil til  lines within the t-'ity of Cum''/ -  ���������of tho���������  Cumberlan & Courtenay  Automobile Association  A GIUNTD J3AU/;lo cclc-  lii'iito thi* formalron of Ihe 0.0.A,  A. will be given on thi.' Kill du\  ul'Jnly, A. IX, 1U18, 111 Kc-oli.  nor's Mall, Conrtunay, Kn'imil  ilri'S'i l)y riv|ii('Pt. Only 1 UU tick-  ��������� ���������irf will bo issued,  Tickets $7.00  Admit f'lMitli'.miUi ami Indy. Kx-  mi Indy ������2.00. The liellel entit  ins the holder to parliilio of llie  I'M'i'lli'iit supper willioin ndditiun  al f'hnr^c. Arriiugumuiitfi hnve  heen mndo to have ticket lioUU'i'ij  nmveyffl by n������Ui������iobih', o'rali.-,  to and from the hall. Auloiuo-  bilfM will Ifiivo. frmu Cuniberlniwl  a*, loilo'."-"-,'.- ���������  Total line-?   SU'iio^raplier1,1*, b'ee)  ni   ,���������    r .. .,,;..,,.. ,..  ,$75 on  .   a.-j <..u  ������  '. r  I   O-t  I  ami 10: uie U1011U1  1.1 .May, ieaul,t , ,     ���������,, ... ,,  I Jj.i'e!.     1 lio^e   li'.'ii'.ir   in   Coiiin*-'  *Iistritit apply to  M'-wrs Vwhiwr  Frank Ciuucron, f������r Leo p. Ander-  ton, I'or pnrlicul'ii'i* us to froo 1111-  (itiiiiuui\i) iransptirtiiiion    iu   tiie  hall.  Appliuiilion for ticliotfi mny be  inaiir: to the following meiubi'iv  '������f tlie Mme ' ���������'! j : 1*. !'. liar  rit-iin, I'f.Cri'i- O. IJ. Ftti'hni'i',  lMfiuk Caiuero, Lett P, Adder  ion. Applieiiti', jnust lie accoiu  pniiii'd with the admission fee  !,*;7,I)U, The aliove Joe.i.betb of  t'ie association p'servp. the -riolit  in n jfi't any apji'.icatioii.  VVt'l rnchts'r-v in .'.V't n*1:t������lC4*i  Paid to City Clerk    42 65  Moved by A Idem en Maxwell  and Asp'.si that snnm he i-i^i-ived  and   filed.    A   considerable dis  CUSSH'll hi.'l'C followed to    ;,teli(ij{-  ���������J^ r ���������������������������"pll'-l"1.*' '(OQr    tbr     ,'ll'Ji'f trifM  1 / ���������  in<; oi' ihe opinion that this work  .should   be     done   by the   (.'ily  An A^ i" J'k'*  Nr^s  >;tVh.    Try iL,  ��������� lU'e^  mm  . y*.if s-&<?  ,yy>! &M  1!Jv-/'������*i-M  lJaJtcs Vour EXPENSES Ll-ht  Makes Your BISCUITS LiElit  Mokun Yb'ur CAKES Usht  MjIcos Yoiji- CUNS L'sht      $&,  Mal:e������ Ypui- LABOR Light  ORUErl FROM VOUR  GROCER.  IJ-Sao*  SKS,   E- V^OILLtTT CO., LTD.  /jOt I'oiaiilo.Onl.  7/fhmf^i  TI^V R$ Rt)  in the |4E������  I  - 809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  mtattm. '���������"^^^.it*rmntaaia.'^m*vfiM*a^vm^astuMtMM^TA.7am^r^ ,  .^liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHitiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiiiii:.!^  |  Capital Piiid Up $11,500,000. ' Eosorve $13,000,00 .j  JT  The Royal Bank of Canada. ;i  PAVAIJL1S   Ah  4r^  $$F- OLD NlOWSPATEItS FOU  SALIC   AT THIS OFFICE  S-ocSrs Gotfaa Root Cccnpouadl  ���������->^,, 'Vhi erw.1 Ulei'lj'o Toulc, imd  t=3?*'-- .1 "**' -  ft* hliocIhI ciiMni, kn pur bcs.  "I rtruc'Rli'li  1    I'OTOllllJ  ,   unliiot. /llill*        ttCllirllEOIfllNB C0..T0R01IT0. OUT. {formerly ll'iw/.t./i  !|IO< .        ...  UnM liy till rtruc'Rwto, or hou  pro-Mill . on I'owliili of lU'ico.  iM-w-jiinipliiot. AuiIpoju: Villi  l.DRA-iriS- ISSUED   IN   ANY , CURKKNtn  I ' OVER   THE    WORLD. *)  I SPECIAL ATTENTION piiid m HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intem"  | at highest Ourrenl ItmcH alinwcd on Depo.-iiB of $1 nud ujiwanh--  | OUMBEHLANP, B. 0,, ���������Draiich, Open "Daily. '."  ii  ' UNION NVIIASF, 13. C,   Sub-Brnch, Opon Thr.iydnya       l  j' D.'M.MOURtSON, Manager. I  | COURTENAY,   ������. C ,    Bisiuch,    Opon DHily. '   ;  | R,,H. MARDWIOKE, ManugBr. '''  ?%;lllllllli!llllllllllllllllll|-JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!lllllllilllli:illllllll^  MMM-uiuuiirinMUMA' amtrtamiMVwvmm m**mx**.**jvi*wi:i*mmu  "*w *r-4rarf"*f*.-a.-.kJi������-������Mrtta-^'**������j  P. Phil-up'ps Harrison!  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,'.?  ���������^���������-���������������������������������T*wmi:������r������w.'t������^YV������^^  ���������wvi.> i.*riT\i>iM4ii������/������yu.  ','-1  WH1IPI i    7-1  =V.. BOHORfl.-,:-���������.-,  Mauufraoturex1 o$ MINERAL WAT'Eh  i������������w������im  CUMBERLANL!  P. 0, BOX 482  nioNB ao,,..  gsZ'Wsz&gSim msm&B  TIMBMHSALWX20.  SKAL1  ccivt  CALEDTENDERH will ho ro.  celvoO. hy lho Minicitor of  Liuidft not I a lor thnn noon on  tlH'-'JOtlidiiyof July, 1013. for lho  piirchnefr of Lioonco No. X'20, ho*  iitrf .'������,()7'.),li00 fool uf liiuhiir on  iiiiidl.viiiA nortji of Lot 10fi find  T. L, ;MS27, Oi-kislioUow Chun-  nil. V������ldi.'H Iclrtnd.  Two yftirs will h" filloivcd fcr  lin" removal oi tin*- ihnW-r  Tiirtienlarpof H. U. MncMillnr,  Chief Ki-rtrtlrr, Vicloriii, H, (>.  T'  Tl  I  SUMMER MAIL SERVICE  The following i.*>   liiu  cliui-^t  in the mail-service   biariinp; ii. >  wi't'k:  vSicnnfer's . arrival   at   Union  Tuesday evening 6.%-jo  hursduy evening,,; 6.30  Saturday evening ,.6,y*  Trains* leave tho station for Un  ion Hii)' as follows:  Tuesday evening.... 5 n'clock  WucliK'S'.lny morhiiig 7  Thursday evening.. 5  Friday morning.... 7  Saturday evening., 5 only  ���������"at w*ww amu aamu m * 1 ^nmtmt4immmt*a'mr*atl������mtaMrm*������*^ ^m> *************  h'OUSALJC���������A Cyjdierr, I������w  ������������������iihi'tQi-, capacity- 'Mi) eggf,  A|'j������ly -hi--* ollivis I  11  ii  1,  'W'riiJuiM'v'-tMMUflMaKinajwi'.niM^^  BarriWin-r.-am wwaaafiOQaa? {va^a^^it^^'iP.M^'i^ti:^.x:KiriQ'X. i(usii'^������v'*������%-i.-i;������.vn).r.:  If YOU GET IT AT PLIMLEY'S IT'S ALL RICH  HAVE YOU .SEEN PLIMLEY'S  CYCLE OFFER? If the mail Ik,  not hi ought you Plimley's special c)'cle olle  11 ndtlit* inlom.sting prizn pnx/.hi o.ompnlirion, S'jinl ;i  po.if mi  und I'oeeivo yonr copy.    !  a  U M 0 E R   ^'A*-.'������  Thos. Plimley  ��������� i-:  i  7M1 VA'ITSa STRBBT  VICTORIA, B. C,


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