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The Cumberland News May 7, 1913

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 -.-���������������*��������� ���������*'  ���������".- ' \v>.. ������������������  -.  sN   .-   -"*  xsp---/y      *  *?/���������$/. y^Qy^-^ yy~fw.^.^.'Ytfy*>  &t%,yy  ' = --//'*'   y-'::^    ������������������'������������������������������������ ���������������������������&'    -���������-#������������ <54   013 ���������   *ll >-*  A* Journal  7A  Devoted Especially, io the Interests of Comox District.  '   Tiie News, TwKNTiBmYEARyy x^yj :yx  '..        ;' CUMBERUp.^'c^, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7,~7^  ���������>V  Subscription $i,ob a Year  8  i  New Arrivals in Spring Goods  ,      LADII<:S'-AN,DU MISSES'.-.WIIITE   DUCK  MIDDY BLOUSES' "trimmed with' blue, and    ���������,  ;���������    red sizes :*J2 to 3Scrrices from $1,75 t.u '$a.-50  Children's : Kirnona ; Poplin, s lyv&ss&sl  Very hahdsoincdy trimmed, are both "wash,and  :. wear���������sizes IS to 24-,' Prices from. ������2.25 to U.  .Children's,   Kimona    L,inen     Dresses  -.Splendid value���������fancy1 trimmed .'and. with-bolt  ' ,   si-it-s 2D to--27-.;.-'.'....'. .Prices $1.65 to ������2.50' -  Children's Ponge Coats  Correct  style and trimtilings���������fixes  22'to  24    '  -  :P  1*1 cos.  ..... -- ".-..,...o84:.25 to  4,75  Children's Poplin coats  . Excellent for ,wear and*very   handsome;-fancy  -. yt riuum-d, sizes IS to 24 Price. $2.25-"to ������-L  ��������� - SPRING.-AND ;SUnMER  y.tJNDE  just put in stock, for  women and chila  cirbn, in every size and every prit?e.  ii.  ORB  The Board of Works had 'better  hurry up.br Pete Anderson will  loae patience. Gel l-.wy' and let  'the man, go'ahead -with the , im-  ���������roveuooms. Thu hall is too small  for the crowds attending tho pk-  ������iuo show; the ventilation is pt,or,  and the proprietor can not give,  the satisfaction to the public thai  he would wii-h.  Mr, J. McKenzie1 of tlie Uig  Store staff is off to Courtenay on  a wi-ek's vacation.  ������������������  *s  LEISER & CO., LD. '  It iB reported that J. B. Irolmt*t-  has sold ids Union Bay pro-pert v  for $100,000. And Ihey suv that  times arc hard and  money  scarce.,  , Tlie '24th May Spons Commit-  tee are down lo hard .work on tm-ir  programme, which promise-** -to he  a good one; It u clnimeed'_;ihai  $1,000 will be forthcoming ;lo cat  ry oat the programine.  ���������afifr-  fy������*fo^t*l&^f**'&* *^������������'*^-**������*'^^  ��������� Mr J Dawlov, g.'uno warden, re-  quests ns to   stale,   that   anyone  ���������found, currying a gun without n  licensi-i oii,and after this date.will  ho proven tod.      Licenses may be  ���������r,r>K'iii'i-d-from Mr. Daw ley or at  thu Orovci-iimciit Agent's office*,  -o-  " Harry ^ -snys he's becoming  quite an acrobat ou the bicycle  When he spies an. object he is  sure to make for it with the tcs-  ult that the. bicyclo goes one  way'' and'' "Harry" goes tho  other, being.gracefully lauded in  u the di-cli'.    "  t  Tl ������i Methodist -.netors anl lay  moii' from all over lho .province  mi'11 slmi'tly lie* bending for Vntt-  cnuvor, whero ibo annuiil geiioinl  ,-ionfiTuni-e of tlio Methodist  church of Ii. C. opens on the  lothiiifit.   ������������������  l,\  The Weekly   Now*),   now Tlio  (hi in her) rind News, wan fii-dt ismi.  od nt Conrletiay  on   Nov, .I0l.li,  1803,  "Tom" hits bet ���������"���������Hd" thnt he  enn grow a botlcr nrnp of whiskers in a yenrs's lime than VA can  Bet to be for-Srono.  " Trnly Ti'hiity chnrrd.. Is undvi-  going, idtonitioiiH and improVn-  iiieut-*, which, vliuu complelH will  nclU Ri-onMy lo ttn iippcjinmRo."  NOTICE ,  * .  \Ve, tlm mulert-jgned, will not  be rcfiixmsible for nny debts con-  tracted bv the  fm���������j]y cf L}1U. !a(t,  Christina   Robertson, irom  ihi.-  date.  '������������������-R.-S..ROHF.UTSON'  CHAS. WHYTK  T-s*  CClll.OI'H Of ������!lC"   |.;Sl;;  IJjted Mnvyih, r,jr  An Old And Esteemed  Citizen Passes to The  "Great Beyond."  Mr. H. J, Theobald, an almost  continuous resident   of  this ciiy  for lhi> past nineteen '��������� years, died  at his home oii Penrith   nveniic,  on   Tuesday   morn ing,   after   a  week',,   illness,    of   pneumonia,  The,deceased was   in   his" 63rd  year, and was a native of   Kng-  l.'ind,    The lalo   Miy  Theobahl  was 11 painter  and   piiporhaiigcr  by trade, atid wns   an   artist   at  his business,    He was a   kindly  limn and  nu   o-Mimuhle   citizen,  and will be greatly missed in the  business life bf our   city.   The  funetnl will tnko pluce oil Thurs-  day nflernoou Irom   lhe .Jam ly  residence to the Omnberliiud ci-m  eteiy, Rev J, Hood   ollhiaiijig.  fhe sympathy ol the entire com'  ii'mnily will be wiih   his widow  iu her sad liv-ic.-ivi'inent.   ������.��������� After  lile's fitful fevor, lie sleeps well."  Joseph Aniiaiidaud Read G������ode  appeared in tlm provincial court  on Monday, cliargnd with shoot.  inggrotifjiMi'it. ol's nsou, and not  hiiving pfoctu'id "a gun license.  They wevc i\uot] ftm-twh ajli;i  eo-!s W wr'   ]j,V3,;,,     j:vX,.iV>(S%  and Antiand was lined #25 und  cost*, or three 11 oiiih-*, for shoot  h\it tlie grouse, or S.j.3    iu   all  ilis gnu, a pninp one, was con-  fiscalod.  The automobile busiuees"appears  to Le good. The,little doctor we  think has a car-look in his "eye  Ouuip or. hu trail ''Ed," and.',yon  might Iii nd him, aTui ktepjour'tye  un "The JJig .Mail.from" Jiruce," ac  he' has a "I=ivoulit-like-to,'' look,  whtJiievar he epotd'a   nice car.  ���������'   : o-������������������������������������-.  AJrs. J. Hood' and Mrs., A. Milli-  gan,' who undenvent serious opera-  lions ljftt week'ut our hot-pitai, are,  we. are. .pleased to- learn, doing  nicely. "        * -..''.".'  Dr. Kerr, dentist,-' will" be at  Union liny May 81I1 io the 14th;  aiid at Cumberland'from,14th to  24th. J*  -��������� ' y   yy    /  STRIKE MANIFESTO  HAS BEEN ISSUED  mrr-*r������������������-���������  Miners   at   Nanaimo  And  South  : Wellington Receive Call by  Union Leaders  .'V manifesto has been issued  by Robert1 Foster, President of  the United Mine Workers of Am  erica, District 28, declaring tho  ���������commencement today of a'strike  at all the coal mines on Vancouver Island, aud requesting all  miners to cease work until the  companies for which they work  concede them aii advance in  .wages. "  This manifesto, is tho result of  orders issued by the Seattle representative of tho International  Union of United Mine Workers  Frank Farringlon, who, in issuing instructions for the strike  manifesto lo Mr.. Foster, declared that this was the result of the  lack of interesi- .taken by mine  owners on Van .Oliver,Inland iu  the invitation to at I end a conference 011 tlie Lvibjcct some months  ag*V    *  "  D$Y GOODS  DEPfl^TCQEjSlT  '     tiy  ssf&flSs   V~fr   '      "  Ladies Pongee Silk Coats,..'.   Ladies' Panama Coats   Ladies' Linen Coats, special   Children's Ponge Silk Dresses from >.:...'.  Children's Ponge Silk Coats from   Children's Semi Trimmed Hals and Bounds  , Ladies' Fancy Collars, Collarettes and Jabots, latest styles  $  hit  -o-  FOUJS'D-A. g���������ld  ply this ollicoi        ���������  ring.  Ap-  COURTENAY  y  Two of our woll known citizens  wore held up on.the tho bridge'  on Friday morning about .2 o'clock and were relieved 'ol: their  cash. .No clue ns' to who ihu  robbers wero has. yet been found.  Tho citizens commit too havo  failed to como to tu'iy agreement  with tho water company, and will  circulate another petition iin'mu-  diately.  J. MeCJee, a logger, aged <L(i,  had lus back broken m Camp -1  on Thursday last, Ho renuuiiod  uiicijiieious at the CmnburlaiiU  hospital until yesterday morning  when ho passed away. The fn-  uurul will tiike placo from Sutton  & JCirkwood's parlors on Hunday  at ii p, 111. and proceed to the  Presbyterian burying ground Sand  wink, for iiitoruieiit.���������Coiirtoiiuy  lio view,  May i,  ������������������������������������O��������� ������������������ ~-w  On April JiJfit,   Jioiuu celebrated tho day of ita nativity,  which  took place jinn !*J,tJij������ yeiii-8 iigii,   ^t**.   Air. and Mm. Dnncnii TIioiiihuii,  who liavo beon visiting in Scot-  land lor uuiuu nioiithr' past, au<  eNpccted homo this inoiilh"  Mcrors   "Ham   and    Eggs''  were in town ilnx week-  'lho wroulliiig mutch jn thu  Ihiniborlaud Unll 011 Tliuwiluy ������*v-  oniii(T ijotwiiMii Andi'inv Thom-'im  mid David Aitkou, "\uw wn li\  Thouh-ou in two -itraight fuU*  l'Jiei'c was 11 po.ir attendance.  -   The instructions issued call for  a strike������of all men employed   in  and arouud all the mines at Nm;.  jajmo,_J!SouUu_Well i ng ten���������a nd*  Jingle Pol, the striko.to continue  until a joint working  agreement  between the United Mine Worl.-  ers of District 28, and  tho  mine  owners   on the Island  has  been  secured.    The men  ask  for increased prices for labor, and  im  proved conditions of employment  No Unlawful Tactics  The manifesto,   while calling  the men out of "the mines,   asks  ihat every effort be made to pre  vent the unlawful or abusive tactics by the  men.    The   names  who refuse to   respond   lo   the  'strike call  will be black-listed  and public-bed throughout Canada, Great Hritaiu and the United  States    A force ofinen sufficient  to protect mining properly  wiil  be permitted to work so long, as  the companies do not attempt to  ship coal, but all men not engag  od in this way  aro urged by'ilie  manifesto to join  the s-riko, the  International' Union having promised all the men involved, who-  tlier union or non-union,  financial support as long as the strike  lasts.  Should nil the men at the  mines affected by (he m.'inifcstn  go out il will mean ihnl some  thing like two 'hoiisnnd men will  bc involved in tho .s'rike, although the locul agents have not up  to the prest-nl been apprised of  any definite nciiou with respect  .to Uio affair.--Victoria Times,  "���������������������������  it*������������������������.-  Or/ess Goods of   '  . . fllL Descriptions ',.,'-.-  THE CORNER^TOReI  Phone IO. jBox 100. Cumberland, B. O.  A'GALA DAY LAST .'  THURSDAY MAY FIRST  Most Successful Programme Pulled  off Under Auspices of ihe U.  M.W. of A. oii May 1st.  't yt **i  The May   Day celebration, at  the .City Park on Thursday was  quite an event  , The day was an  ideal one for sports;   there was a  large cn-wd   iu  attendance who  appeared to enjoy each event whi  ch was pulled off without a hitch  The programme, was   a * lengthy  one and reflects much credit   iu  its carrying ont upou the committee in charge,   The  parad.e  in  the morning was'atteuded by'about one hundred aud  fifty women and children   and about  two  hundred and fifty  men,  headed  by the band.   The grounds show  Ihat  a considerable, amount   ol  hard   work   had   been done,  as  quite a large space is cleared and  only needs levelling- off and rolling to make them very excellent  spoils grounds.,  Police Court  r,\\  ��������� no  Tlio   provincial    police ,mado;  quite a haul last weok\    On. Fri-  duy/the gndv-tbey   summoned   to  Mayor Campbell arrived lun.o  liy Sunday's boat from a bin-iness  trip to Vancouver.  Mr. Chun. Whyto loin town  Mips .lan<*t Unhurt-Hii', rldcst'  daughter of the laio John and  Christina ilohi-risnii, nnd Mr.  ���������J-'hr, Oit, were united in mar.  i'iaj,>c mi Wednesday ni-^lit lin-M.  I tc v .J. J loud  olllciated.  The o-i'ployt'cn of tlio CiunMlinn  Oidlierii'i (DuiiHriuir) Ltd . will  id ve anetlicirof their diincen in lhe  Cuml'orl-uul Hall on Friday cviii*.  ing The loiiipBwill pluaBOtomi'm-  hor the Impoilant matlor of  ealto.  answeis.for    infractions   of    tlu-  Automobilo Act, J. -R. Johnson,*  O. II. Fechner, D. Kilpatrick and  James Webs-ter.- The  lirst thivu  were fined $5 each and   costs , for  not having   their, number  phius  exchanged as , the   law demands  on Decoinber last;.    James   Webster appeared in,  answer  to   two  charges, one nf'speeding the o!h- r  being drunk in charge of an uuiu.  He pleaded guilty to1 both, and iu  consideration   of  being  the jii*ht*'  catu-B to como up iu  this dit-trie',  thecouri, al the   request  of..,the  police,   milicU-ii     nominal  '11 nw ���������  <'iily, i);10 and cost a'   for BDecdiii'**.  and S'25 and costs or ilirco mouth*-*  on tlio second charge.     In fulur.y  tho penalties under the  net   wi L  bo   rigidly   en forced,   They   uio  severe, being up to $800, with or,  without' imprisonment'   for   ���������*-*jx  mouths.    On Monday,   three In-,  diiiiiK  were   lined   $o   each   and  costs   for   Iming drunk,   and   as  they'refused to  inform the police  who it,  was tlmt   supplied   tliem  with liquor, thoy   wi.<ro  givj-n tl o  option of telling lho  court or In  linoiWO, nr in default   HO   da;*.,  hard labor,    They promptly guv it  the iiil'oriniitioii  neei'M-nry fnr thu  prosecution of the peivon piovii  ing tho   lire waier,    On  Mike Hennisuy   was   given   tlm  option of a $10 line or   J10   dny,  I'oi hurling dii-gtisling f|iii)n*it> ������it  the police. The fines Wei'oall pnid,  *  ��������� i i������i . .1  Mrs. John Ciillwpic   left   ou  Thursday last, for Vancouver.  Kritinv,  Vou novor can tell how things  are going until it comes lo tlio  tost.    Ntiuaitiio for iiimance.  -������������������   Mc-Mi-.s W. W.   Willui-ft   atid  J. Abrams arrived home    from  Victi.ria imd Vancouver o.i Tue."������  '.i-ivl'**  ���������^_  m  .**  Ju-lge   HniV-er   .uriv.-d    fro  J.N'^iiiii.u on Tuesday ni iriwui  Mr. John .SiitJierlaiid, who Iiih  been in Siiuuii i.ci.-.ur A*. C'h  l-ady*mith store. Piiccjods \V. K.  '.avvreiiee hh manage*- of 1 |i(. j;;(*  ''iloi-e. Mr. (-*-"tit!u'i-la::d arr.'vil  liift week, and look.*, uood :<) n.-.  IT ho vve.ti'A its -.U'il a-* "Win,"  be will bo all il-hi.  CAMPBELLS       '  Ul IU  f  The 1 f)tec>i" PoKM-ino-c in puoi- n������k  ���������'V i... I.,*. v        v.,l..,v.11ll^U       nt      x      iviv/j vJilO  Linoleums now in stock.  Japanese Matting, a good variety of Patterns  ih a heavy wearing quality at 25c. per yd.  CARPETS AND RUGS,  Tapcatry Squares in all cizna from i<,12.00 to ������10.00  IitpG3U<y and Axniinstcr Rupo from R1.2K to Ur^oo THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  e.  AMENDS  FOR ALL  %  By E. R. Punshon  Ward, Lock & Co., Limited  London, Melbourne & Toronto  J>  (Cofltmuea),  Mayne rcse and walked up and down  the room once or twice -ami then sealed himself again. He was greatly disturbed ������nd shaken, ami thero was that  in Thorold's manner thai lllleil him  with a deep fear.' lie know Uiat  Thorold's was exorcisintj an immense  restraint upon himself, and it seemed  io him Unit when the break-up of this  restraint took place it would bc frightful. ���������- j  Revenge is a poor business, he said j  tu.ldenly.   - ., j  Vory like, agreed Thorold, but. it-  happens to be vhe only thing in like)  i.int, 1 retain an ytaste for. j  HER**-  IS; YOUR OPPORTUNITY FOR QUICK PROFITS'*  Swift Current, Bask.,- situated Iri tho centre of the largest grain pro'rt'tog  area In the British Empire. It is now ah established Railroad and BanK-tig  Centre and still building fast. Having the largest amount of building permits  for the first month of this year of any city west of Toronto except "Winnipeg'  leading such cities as Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, etc. "BU>* a  lot now at ground tloov prices in Mount Royal, situated south of and over- ���������  looking lhe station. Prices $125 each, ?10 cash and J10 per month. Uso tho  knife today, cut out the coupon and enclose deposit.  SCOTT, HILL & CO., 22 Canada Life Building, Winnipeg, Man.  TO   RESERVE  A   LOT   MAIL THIS  COUPON   TODAY  Messrs.  SCOTT,  HILL & CO., 22 Cilnada Life Bldg.,  Winnipeg.  Dear Sirs,���������Enclosed llnd $10 for which please reserve me the best remaining  lot-in'Mount Royal, Swift Current.  NAME T   ADDRESS *.." '   .W'.N.U.  -EVERY ABLE MAN A SOLDIER  all the better now for my own follies  as a boy in Paris.  1 don't agree witn you, answered  Thorold; poison remains poison  whether you die of it or uot.  Mayne did not answer. Thc*rc were  episodes in his past, that ho did not  orten refer to. , In his youth he had  lived in Paris and there had become  mixed up with a set who professed a  great admiration for Baudelaire and  the decadent school of poetry, and who  did not ahvaws rest content with merc-  )v talking. Jlosl of those/with whom  Mavnc had at (hat time consorted, had  come to untimely and miserable ends,  VL>1.yibut Wilton Mayne himself seemed to  My dear fellow,  said Mayne,   ���������--.*.,        ,       d frojn Llie pit. oC destrucl-  grave y, have you considered--    ,        * 1,nc 1SbULU ,,"'���������,,������������������-������������������,������������������     iiP  Kvei-yihing, said Thorold. | ion unharmed and eveil unsolled        e  *' "AT^A become known, gave his poetry whatevei-of IruU* aud  and. Frank would be branded' 'as .a>������*si<m u ha- . thong as A general  thief, .aid Thorold; if l,was too late ���������"'.* o U was a time o his life thaj he  to save his life, I will fard his lion-1 g< - jot ������a���������^ think of oje    much.  or.      Wc used to think it the more:'*��������� ������a-s u*-" wu ������.         important thing,.   ,  hesitatingly, there  ���������    Then, said Mayn  was a deficiency.  '1 have paid three thousand pounds  into his account today,, Thorold answered,  that will cover everything."  Three thousand    pounds,    repeated  Mayne, startled at the magnitude of]  the sum; was it so bad as that? j  I'judged it best to bo on the safei,       ,.      ������������������ .  side, answered Thorold.    My story ��������������������������� forgotten past  that Frank and I went  together  for  some deep sea-fishing, and that 1 came  ashore but he put out again.    1 have  taken  steps   to   make   sure  that  the  been initiated as an adept in the rit  ual  of devil  worship,  so  called,   but  'thi:*   he  always  denied���������with  anger.  That lime had left marks about his  ' eyas and at the corners of his mouth  i that seemed sometimes scarcely visi-  ��������� bio', and that other days were quite  j plain, hut on the whole theso excesses and'.wildnosses of his youth appeared to havo been swallowed up iu a  .boat shall be found capsized; and 1  capsi'.'.edtrust it will be assumed that  it was capsized aud he was drowned.  It is wonderful what-may be done  .when one has money behind one.  It is a daring scheme, said Mayne  tlioughtfuliy, after Thorold. ha'd added  ���������a few explanatory-details. '  That is why it has a chance of suc-|  ceediiig, answered Thorold, and be-}  cause 1 have spent a -good deal of;  money���������money smothers suspicion as j  it -does' every thin gelse. j  "Jul to burn down the house, rope-rued Mayne, to whom this act seemed alarming in the extreme, 1 "can't  make out why you did that.  ���������  "What else could I do? Thorold ans-  rc-re-j--���������-���������--I��������� con-ld���������net,���������bury��������� or���������hides.  Krank's body in any surer way, and  . it would have.heen fatal for it to have  heen found, llesides', 1���������, he stopped  with a sudden choking in his throat;  :ih, 1 haled it; he stammered, you cai.������  not imagine how I hated that housS,  for being the scene of lho lad's murder. I was glad to destroy it. 1  think it was in my mind, loo Hint  destroying so utterly ihe house, would  bo a' sign and a- symbol to his murderers, that 1 would destroy theni in  the suiiie way, tlio sani'e way!  W'ihou Mayne looked at. liis friend  iu sllowe. In truth, ho was aomc-  wluil surprised at the depth and  KtrengUi of the feeling shown by. Thorold, for his own emotional and excit-  ablo nature imd been apt lo mistake  t.he other's reserve for coldness and  indifference Of course, lie had always known -that I'Mward Choroid  loved liis young brother 1-Yank���������sometimes lie had said Jer-tlngly that lid-  ward curod for nothing in the world  'Imt Frank���������but yet, this deplh and in-  tensity of emotion i-'larilod him and  frightened lilm as well.  Ko. you seo, tlie story I want your  help in, Thorold continued, Is tliat  Fran!; was drowned in* this flailing ox-  piMll'.ion. I waul you I neon firm the  points 1 have niciitlfnied. 11:1/* ac-  I'ounts will be found ' Irregular, but  i.hr-ri! will bo more (ban enough stand-  ���������ing to hi-* private account to cover  any (li'flclcnuy, and there will be no  proof of ii'iylliiiig' worse than careless-  Ties:-, I liavo s.oeii Lord Ao. Mulliivor,  Whether Ik* has any suspicion or not  1 do-not. know, but I urn sure from  what ho wild ho will <lo Ills best to  luiel' my story up���������for mother':' huU'i.  He know:- an well us 1 do thai, nny  bint nf Mir*)! it tiling would kill lior,  llli- new (own ifge-nf In Frank's place  will lm .Mr, Ti'iiiliiiisuii. and wu can  trust hi in to In- d-Rcroel,  l'lit-ii' Frank! Poor Frank! 'Wllinn  .Miiyiit- slghci], It Js a ilri'iidl'iil nfl'iiir,  When I wroto to warn you thnt he  wa.- in had eon)pany I never dreamed  tilings would hnvo gnim po fur. To  what nn 1'iid liavo high piny nt. enrdn  iitirl an in fa'.mil Ion for n pretty fnco  broujihl. blm. Why 1 tliought a fow  ������������������harp words from you would bring  hlni In his si'iiHi'i*, nnd now���������  Nov; lie hai been murder-iil, paid  Tlioi'iild harshly.  Hw-h a d"iir, good, brlghl lad, .Mayne  v.'i'iit. mi dmiiully, and onco lie luul  ���������ifiwn bl:i wild fint.s nnd nol tied down  lie would bii\o bi'i'li ull tho better for  having Imd a past,     I nm euro I nm  There is another thing, Thorold  continued, and described his meeting  with the escaping convict, Green and  how he had enlisted his help. Ho is  to come for the money l promised him  to help him out of the country. Thorold concluded his story, aud- I waul  you to give it to him. He does not  know "who I am, and 1 do not wish  him to' Iind out.- My luck in discovering the silver jrnne in Brazil during  niy last travels has had the disadvantage of making me unpleasantly _ well  known. Also I do not wish it to be  known that I was motoring in that  neighborhood when -my sitory requires  that I was out deep-sea fishing the  same day. 1 was using Charley Eaton's motor, you. know.. Eaton sails  for India today, which is fortunate;  and 1 have seen him and explained  sufficient to get. him to hold his  tongue. 'He had the car dq.wn for  "saler"sS^iT6-h"as~iniormed~{he-peo pleat tho sale room that he has got. rid  of it privately-to an American, while  ahc car itself I have destroyed." The  police will not be ablo to trace it very  easily, even* if there is any suspicion,  which I do not much anticipate.  But there is this o policeman you  ���������speak of���������this Inspector Lock, said  Mayne, he may cause trouble,  I must take my chance, Thorold  answered; if my identity is discovered  the time was just'sudicient for me,l  bn ji fast motor, to got from where  he saw mo to tbe point of our supposed fishing expedition. My safeguard is this, that as Frank's body will  not bo, found, 1 hope to avoid all ofiicial inveptigation , One thing more.  He took from his pocket that photograph Iks* had found in his dead bro-  Ibor's hand. Do you know who this  Is? ho asked.  Is it Joan Durand? asked Mayne  slowly. 1 do not know, ,1 have  heard of tho Durand gang but] hnve  met none of them. , But this ia a  good face.  A good face, said Thorold bitterly,  all tho more deadly then, when the  musk of goodness hides such evil���������a  devil's face.  A sad law*, too, mused Mayne, Intolerably affS��������� a brooding fate In those  deep eyes and that melancholy mouth,  Wlmt are .vou talking about? growled Thoro'd angrily, Noiihciibo. 1  have had copies mado of it���������hero I**  one. 1 want you to keep It to see  if you can hit. on uny trace of hor. Who  will ihat bc? ho added as a boll rang,  Dora and ber aunt, I ojipoct, aald  Mii-vnp, 1 wain expecting tliem ibis  m orn Ing.  Then 1 will go, B*aid Thorold.  am not up -to Hoeioty at present,  will look in again this evening,  Ho shook bunds uud wi.*ut out hurriedly aud a "moment later a young  and very chiii'min;: glt'l danced hut-  rlly Into the room.  Oh, Wilton. Kho   erlod,   all   In   a  The Sweetest Story ever  told is to tell you of  the purity ahd  sweetness of  E. D. SMITH'S  JAMS  Just fresh picked fruit and  granulated sugar  WHAT COULD BE. SWEETER  You can get  them  from  your grocer  German Chancellor Would Have His  Country an Armed Camp'In Peace  Berlin, Germany.���������At a banquet of  the German Agricultural Council held  recently, the imperial chancellor, Dr.  von Belhman-Hollweg made a speech,  in* which lie said:  The desire foi* peace /which I . believe animates all the great powers,  and which I hope,' will help us over  the Balkan crisis; has its soundest basis in the universal and vital necessity  for. developing the strength of the nations in every progressive labor. We  shall be compelled this year to  strengthen oiir land armaments.  ' It is the will of the people, if I understand it right, that every, able-bodied man shall be a soldier.  - The empire, the state, our hearths  and honiea aro too sacred for* us not J  to be resolved upon the adoption of  the cxtremost measures to secure i*,nd  defend* them against war and tlie dau-  ger of war.  In this the nation is united, and it  will remain united when we discuss  tho bills in the reichstas at Easter.  .  " ���������       All In, Too  Mrs. -Rncey (as the hunter returns)  ---W*fo you in at the" death,... Jack,  dear? '  Jack (wbo has met with air accident)���������ln? No! I'm out a sixty-guinea  horse, a ten-pound suit of clothes and  four front teeth. , -  SHOT   IN   CONFESSION   BOX  Victim of Man Who Mistook'Him for  Another Against Whom he Hat-  Grudge  Berlin, Germany.���������Father Wenger,  a Roman Catholic priest, was shot  dead .while sitting in his confessioual  at St. Eugelbc-rfs Church' at Mulheim-  ou-Rnhr, in Rhenish Prussia, early one  morning. The assassin was a Dutchman named Weinard, who is evidently  demented.***  The murderer was at once arrested.  From,his statements k appears that he  intended lo kill the parish priest, named Welter, against-* whom he apparently had some grudge, but lhe ina.ii actually shot was another priest���������v*'ho was'  conducting-a ' special mission at the  church.  Since-last Sunday .a party of about  twenty Jesuit fathers have been conducting a" mission in  Muelheim,  aud  .t h p-ivmrr'er_ciL_i'rig������i. liathe3:_Petrus  Wengeler. S. "j".,  was the leader of  the -mission.  Falher Wenger washearing i-bc confession of a girl when Wein.iud st,ole  up, drew back, the- curtain shielding  the priest from view and without a  word, shot him through the heart. He  afterward told the police that he killed Falher Wenger in,mistake for another priest. Father Welter, who the  murderer claimed, had stolon his  guardian angel.  ,  0. HOW'S, THIS  We"offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward  for n'nv case of Catarrh that cunnot ho J  cured 'bv  Hall's  Catarrh  Cure.   .     .  F.   J.'   CHENEY   &  CO.,   Toledo.   O.  We. the -undersigned, have known F.  ,T. Ciienev for the last 35 .v'ears, and believe him perfectly honest in all business  u-ansacllons and financially able to carry  oui an\- obllRations made by- his firm. .  "WAITING KINNAN & MARVIN.  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, p.  nail*'*- Caliu-rli Cure is tn'sen internally,  acthii; directly mion the blood and mucous -surfaces bf the system. Testimonials  ������ent tree. Price 75 cents per bottle.  Sold by nil druggist!). _  Take Hall's family. Pills for constipation. '   ,  Ten Times Best Man  London.-���������Harvey Stapleion, ot Market Deepiivr*', Lincolnshire, who has-  acted as best man at ten weddings, has  been presented with a gold medal by  his friends as a memento of these occasions.  Recognized as the lending specific  for the destruction of worms, Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator -has  proved a boon to suffering, children  everywhere. " U seldom fails.  Flowers by Air for France  Brussels.���������A bunch of flowers-was  carried thirty-one miles in- his aeroplane to  his ' sweetheart at Louvain,  Brabant, last week by Lieutenant Demand" of the-Belgian army, who flow  there and back from Brasschaet, near  Lai-.i_vr.i-n _KhErfi_hcJs_stationed._Hc  ' made Y flight over Louvain with ms"  liancee.  Minard's"Liniment Cures' Dandruff.  A Coincidence  Black���������Told    our   laundress '   this  mornisg that il was lo bc a j-vreat day  for us, because my daughter comes  out today.���������  White-���������Was she interested"  Black���������Suro,    She said.    Vou don't  tell  me, mister?    So ..does my man;  he's be-on in for a month.  Domestic Exchanges  Say, Snlbbs, let me use your phono  will you'.'  Cerlailnly. What Js tbo mailer  with yours?  It's all right, I want,to telephone  to my wife ihat I'm going .'lo bring a  man from out of town to dinner.  Woll'.'  lie's (-sitting In .my room ������o\v, and  I hate to Imvo hlni 'watch my lace  when my wife tolls mo v-'litit Hie  thinks of, tho proposition.  IN  A SHADOW  Inveterate Tea Drinker Feared  ysls  Para I  Steady iipf* of either tea ������r coffee  often proiluc/'S iihirnilng symptoms iii*  iho poison (oall'iiiiii*. coni^lned in  those hovcrniK'H tic In wllh morn potency in Home pprsoiiB than ln others,,  "j" w;u! never n coffeo drinker,"  ivrliea tin 111. womnn,   "but   a   ten  limit'h.    I met. Mr. Tborold   on   t^*' | drlnUer.   I was very   nervous,   bud  (���������tain*, und 1 don't like liim a hit. and: f,.0(),)(;,lU H1,f,iis v,r td'*k heii*lit������-ho und  1 do wonder what you km* Iu blur, ugh . ll(i;il., \von\Ao, nnd   was  ho Ik ho gntve, nnd 1 JiihI huto gnivo*  people, iind I nm B������ro he hlit"* mu\po,\  lor lie nlwiiyn IouIih at mo like a kind  ot embodied east wind,   Oh dear, why |  can't people ulwayi* liiugh llko I do,|  and oh,  Wilton, where did you  roi,;  Uml phonograph from? ���������  Why, do vou know who it Ir?, aiKOU-  Wlltou Mnytie, i-ngnrly und rutbor fenr-|  Mv dejir Wllion, wbnt  a (|uesllon,;  laughed Dora wllh a \wu) of ilolloloui*,  merriment.    H<'W ,,������" ��������� -lt'*'> l*-110*',1'"5 j  joint Duriiml when you mndo such a |  _   point In yonr k'ttcr of iiunllo "������������������������:���������������������} ft'-'iiioiit It���������tliat It was my only stay,  calling on ber; bul you nro Joking, j )���������\)(!en ft u.tt llr|uk,>r for twi-niy  and fr-hf* laugbnl "Kalu.^ ^ ; flv0 ���������,[,,.<,* XViib under the doctor's can  NEW WAR MACHINES  HUbJect    in  times io fcvoi'o attiiekH or bilious colle,  "No nul of HfteplPHtt ulghtR���������would  havo 9pnllH nt. lilRht. when my right   "l,l��������� would net numb nnd tingle like; ward eni'iny __lo_jnoci_  ii thousand neidleH were 'pricking my  llesh.   At limes I could Jmrdly put  niv tongue out of my mouth and my.  right eye and oar wero affected,  "Tbo diiotors told me 1 wu������ llulili*  to hoconiiMiianilyzwl ut un)' time, no  1 was In coimlHiit tlrtud. I took no  end of mwllelnc���������all io no fiood.  "The ilnolors told mo to quit using  ton, but 1 thouuht I could   not   live  Rich  lill   w-  New Point of View  Man���������Would    yon    love ���������  my  for iiftocn. ���������    ���������  "A!m.;*1 .-������������������'*��������� -u-i'iilb!1 :v*"\ t n\u\\\y (jull  Uiiaiiil c-'inimeiieeil to drink PoBluni.  "I have never had ono i"I>ell of nick  i   . ,  . i.i   t       .     ��������� i      t*   * \        i .   t    .. ,. ��������� 1    lid * v   ni- f w*    ium   un-,'   rj"-it   in    on ������*���������  j daughter Juat as iniieh If ohu had no, hf.fltJl,t>iu, 8ilW0 illl(1 01lly ono light at  AtrreLPt work use  SNAP  Il will.  f*-������?ff*J.-i  n \ our !i.'.iii!������(l:ni.i'vlilv ninl nnl' ti-  ly IIOIll.ll!' l liii\-inilii|liii-V  Hrrnml liii\f Ohm imii'iih  uiiil M#n. , li.i, i ..!n', ii'i ir  riui-i" naiii*. ni/ i in v i '/in**  waitKnui>. ("cttfur,hiu.  titt 'it* r������n<ot.  \it%titrin\l/ienlti,lht\rtt\  money  Suitor-Why.  f'.erlaliil.v!  llurii   in.Hi     i iiui   i.-i   .5...T.,!��������� ;r!.  don't want any itllota In my family  Sometbin-j to Avoid  My wife has   lost   the   power  speech.  Well, just too Hint  ulie doesn't ro*  j ce'ni- j.i,>- cudd'-n fr!-.-?i(.  Would that make her dl-^nblllly jwr-  Jl-li'lie������*t?  1    Ko, ll mi).bt r.'-;f(irr; ln-r soke.  of I  iij     ii     ti    r,,\ -  W .  I*.  l������ . ������ ������������������  Hi".   ]������>  jom   think   Vlrflnr  damn ri.'.i'. :*.". ihe do-i'tor.-*. Kay?  11   stnj--\v������;]i( it hai '-crt/ar-v-. ,-,.-  " ; cti.l to a ;ih-.J r.'juT.*. ��������� i.nf.r-rfd ]���������;-.���������  \t  ft-  ra*  I tack of bilious colic,    lluvn quit having thoHti numb spells at night, sleep  i Well  illlll   In.'    it<���������'���������*.'' '   ������������������".  i-.' ii."ii   ��������� ..-/i.ri'--  < aJl the time."   Name given upon re-  1 rjuest.  lVistiiut now comes In eoneenlrateii  powdor form, culled liif-tiint iVintum.  ll ir. prepared by HUrring a love] tea-  fijwunfiil In a cup of hot water, milling  .���������iignr to liflo, nnd enough (-renin to  t-rhiB tli������ oclor lo -;<>lilijn brown.  Instant    ror>!um    la     convenient;  there'**,  no  wuHte;   and  the ilavor Is  always uniform.   Sold    by    grocirs  i.v< lyivliTO.  A tfiii'i irlnl tlu mailed for crorer'H  tin ��������� namo nnd "i-eent ntninp f������>r |������o.-iiiii.'e.  '.*'-' I'auadi'in   lVi'-*nn*t  iVrf������l   ������'.. ,   r/d .  ' \V������v..Mv. Ont.  CITY'S KEYS IN PAWN  Golden   Emblem  of  Au'cTioruy  Stolen  From   Mayor's  Office  Naples.���������Tho mayor of Naples Is  endeavoring to recover the great golden keys of tlie city which are at present lying In a pawnbroker's shop.  Some lime ago a baker named Circo-  16 obtained a. verdict of $1250 damages. The court of appeals decided  against the municipality. In default j  of prompt payment the man's bailiffs j  dropped into tho mayor's, office one  morning during his worship's absence  and seized tho ancient gold key and  some fine oil paintings and ��������� marble  busts of Italian sovereigns. 0He put  the lot in pawn. ,  The mayor is now suing the bailiff.  ART   TREASURES   FOR   AMERICA  English   People  Beginning  to  Realize  Importance and Need of Aerial  Fleet  London, England.���������The publication  of the king's .telegram to Mr. Gra-  hame-White. congratulating hlni upon  building a biplane strictly for military  purposes, sent a great many people to  the aero show at Olympia to see what]  tho new war machine is like.  To itegiu with,'its very large, inclosed body filled thom with surprise.  The public in England has not followed the recent, development ot the aeroplane with enough attention. Com-  fortablo seats (the army bilane has  wicker chairs), wind screens (as iri  tlio Vickers monoplane), self starting  devices as in the Short waterplanei  which abolish tho tedious process o1  turning the propeller to make the engine lire; electrophones to magnify  the sound of tlio pilot's and tho passenger's voices and so enable, them to talk  freely In spito ot tho motor's roar (as  In t,h6 llnndley-l'ugo exhibit)���������nil these  improvements are making flying more  attractive and foreshadowing tho day  when it will be a recognized and favorite method of travel.  Another feature of this Grahame-  Whilo biplane "which struck those who  liavo somo, knowledge of aircraft, wns  Iho smallness of Its wing surface,  This if may bo necessary.to increase,  It wil) almost certainly bo found also  that. Its iifj-horsepower motor (Aufitro*  Daimler) Is too weuk for It. lt. was  ileslgned for a motor ot "120 horso  power and thnt power Is nono too  great.  The |dr-a of lhe construction la tlm4  lite niucliliK* shall bn used both foi  seoulIng nnd for attack, To give lhe  observer u clear Hold of vlMon tho pro  poller Is put. at tho back nntl driven  from tbe motor In front by shaft and  chain. On lhe no������e of tlm mnchlin?  in niount'd n Colt qulck'tlrlm? Rim,  which enn he fired either up or down  or In a slriilglil lino. In a brimh between uli'-HcniilH IblR would be an awk-  I'lm ma eh lue  can carry enough petrol for a iilx-  liour flight.  Other nrltlf-h machine*-. deMgnetl for  war, which are on view al. Olympia,  Include lhe itoyal Aircraft Factory biplane, the llrli-tol Compiiny's SO-hon***-  power monoplane, nnd tlio Vlckors'- 70-  horsepower, nil uteri biplane, . with  Wolpoley engine, which in nlno flltort  with a Run; In this ca.Ro it Ih a Maxim gun. There Is space for IKOO  roundu ofnmmunllion and for a man  lo work tbe gun, bo it could concolv-  fiblv do a vast nmount of dnmn&o,  The controls are nu uw.u-.Ki-d Hml ',!  di*)'!)-!-.;- h-'ippem. to lb** -fiUi-*-' the -pap-  senger could work thom without  (���������hanging his position.  Another very InlcrcgUng war ma  ohlno Ih tbo new TJlorlot fiO-horsepow-  or armored monoplane, ot which photo-  grapiih .it-.- v,������������������.-*.;;,;:.-...' .;��������� ,���������**." jr'������������������'-,��������� .���������  stand. It hrm not yot. heon nhown  In public hut the secret trials aro mild  to havo given excellont results. ThU  mnchlno le deplaned to he a destroyer,  .Tuf.t na one objret of torpedo-boat  doslroyern Is to blow tip bnttlcnhlps,  ko tbo task of Uio "fflerlot destroyer  will bo to nc-f-'k to nnnlhllaic airiihljm,  K������iJi- VihlUii--Why are you kMa**;  Kido's tot-Hi such u thorough brush-  Ing?  Fond Mlhlrf*-?&���������Oh! The poor dar-  llttj-'s just bit ton some horrid i-i-vyon,  ftijiJ. jviilly you kr.oiv, uv.<> can't be  too (hrt-'.'-A.  Superb Collection.of Chinese Porcelain  to Find Abiding  Place in This.  Country  London, England.���������Another highly  important, collection of art treasures  is. about to leave , England for the  United States. Mr.'Gorer, the Bond  street dealer'in Chinese porcelain,  through whose hands havo already  passed the Alfred Trapnell and the  two Bennett collections, has now ac-'  quired the superb collection of Chinese porcelain formed by George It.  Davies, and has arranged to send it  across the Atlantic before December  next.  The collection comprises some COO  pieces, without exception of the finest  quality. Among the numerous great (  examples, is what is"acknowledged to]  be lho finest known famille-verto vase  ovoid in form, the black background  decorated on either side with a large  panel containing birds on 'flowering  trees. It is valued at about ?25,000.  . An even more precious piece, valued  at, "$32,500, is the largest known piece  of reticulated porcelain of'_the_egrl.v  Kanghc period.~~.It is irTThe form of  a circular incense box and cover decorated with figures of the eight immortals, very' brilliantly;'enameled in  colors of the period. "  Tho collection also includes many  examples of whole-color porcelain,  among them what is perhaps one of  the finest Sang-de-boeuf vases in existence, and certainly ono of the most  superb and important apple-greens.  Chilcren's Walking Feat -  London'.���������Linda Benton, aged C;  Farrow, aged G; and William Farrow,  aged 5, walked from Peterborough to  Wbaplodo Drove, a distance ot sixteen miles, on Sunday, to see their  grandfather.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Tnko -LAXATIVE "BVtOMO Qnlnlnn Tab-  lots.    DniBBlslfl vefiin.il money If It falls  to cure.     1**. W- GHOVK'S slenaluro la  on each box.      2.ric.  15 Victims of Mad Dog  Berlin;--- Considerable excitement  has been caused in Berlin by a mad  dog which bit between nflocn and  twc-nlv people and two horses in Uio  streets before it was killed by a policeman's aabe.r. The. polico are  searching for tlio victims, only eight  or nine of whom have so far reported  themselves for Pasteur treatment.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  JONG  MARCH  KILLS  BOY  Military Enthusiasm of Lads Ends  In Tragedy  Parisi���������Vour hoys, whoso ages run  from 1*2 to VA, left Sedan ono morning lust week to follow a raiment of  Infantry on thn march.  Their enthusiasm for tho army nnd  tho regimental band llred their youthful patriotism and kept tlivm marching all day, until ono of their number,  Amlro Lentilon; a boy of 12, fell out  from tbo ranks and, collapHlng by tho  roadside, told his companion;* that lio  could go no further,  Tho boy������ wero ponnllenB, anil tholr  jtt'lilo prevented thom from bogging'.  Thoy wont Into a, wood anil drugged  thcuii'olvoi*, foot soro nnd weary, to n  hut among tho trees.  There they spent, tho night, and T-oii.  nlon's companions Old what thoy  could for him. It wan not until noxt  morning, whon they could get no'feply  from blm, that tbey went for ,holp.  Then it was found that tho boy was  dead.  ELECTRIC  LINES FOR INDIA    .  Bombay    Railroads ..Consult    Expert  About Big Scheme  Calcutta.���������Charles II, Slerz, an  electrical expert, whilo on his way  from Australia to ' England at tho  end of December, was invited lo visit  Bombay, where ho was consulted by  the authorities of the Great Indian  Peninsula Railway, and > the Bombay  Baroda and Central India Railway with  regard to the proposed electrification  of the Bombay railways. Ho was also consulted by the Karachi Port Trust  Railway and the Northwestern Railway and he conferred with the,railway'  board.  The details of the proposed scheme  have not been made known. Possibly  a trial will be,first made on short suburban lines.  Mr. Merz was -also consulted by  the'authorities in Ceylon.  PRE SIDE NT  SUSPENDER  Mill Boy to Town Clerk '  London.���������Smith Terry, .who has  been appointed'town'clerk'of Keigh-  ley," at a salary of-$2000--a year, rising to $2500, -is a native "of the, town,  amd*- had to go to work in a mill as a  half-timer when 11 years of age.  London.���������Complaints have been  made of the- disreputable appearance  of the gravediggers present at funerals  at Fulham Cemetery and they are to  b-- provided with" a.suitablo uniform.  ���������Munich^���������Two   young     waitresses "  employed at a Munich cafe fought a"  duel with revolvers to settle tbe question of the ownership of a $2 lip left,  by a wealthy guest.    One was "killed.  I understand you wont oier to Crimson Gulch and lynched . iho wrong  man. "       .   .   , .  No, replied Three-finger Sam. "Vou  can't lynch the wrong man in Crim-,  son Gulch, We just got Piute Pete  a little bit ahead of,his turn;  JUST thejedicTne   FOR THE BABY  Baby's' Own Tablets- are just the  medicine for lltlJc ones. They sweeten thc.stomach and regulate the bowels, thus breaking up colds, curing,  colic, expelling worms and making  teething easy. Concerning them  Mrs. K. J.. Ayer, Westmoreland  Point, N.B., writes: "I havo been using Baby's Own Tablets some timo  and find them just tho medlclno ,baby  needs;" ' Tho Tablets nro sold by  medicine dealers or by mall at 2S  cents a box from Tho'Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brochvlllc, Ont.  Wliooplng-Couflh Vnecliiatlon  Paris*.,������������������ A protective, sorum agaln-H  whooping cough is claimed to liavo.  beon found by Doctor Nlcolle, director  of the Pasteur Institute at Timls.'.says  tho Petit Parlslon. Virtually ovory  case in which vaccination with lho  serum has taken placo Js nald lo bavu  been cured.  The Pill-That Leads Them All,���������  Plllfl arc the mast joorinhln nnd compact ot all mcdielncB and whin easy  lo take are the moti aeeepiahlo or  preparations, lint tlioy muHl attest  tholr power to be, popular. As Parmo-  loo'ft Vegetable, Pills nro tlio mo.st popular ot all pills thoy mimt fully meet  all ror-ulvoinentH. Accurately compounded and compofsed ot-Jn������redler,it*  proven to be effootlvo in rognlntlng  tho digestive organ**, thero Is no surer  medlclno lo be hnd nnywhoro.  Wounded Girl's Appetite  Pari**,---A 10-yenr-old Alsnilnu p,lrl  Mile. Adele llartT, wiib run over by n  train at HoBny-iioiiK-BnlB, on tho way  to Paris, and hnd a log and two nrnm  cut off. When tho doctor arrlvoii,  sayB tho Matin, he was nmaaod by her  nrfft wordm: I am very hungry, llayo  you got some bread nml a samago.  yyyyyx:s\  That Wonderful Event  IF THERE ll a time above all tum** v.lieu a    t\  woman ttiiouid be In pei/cvt phyiku) condition  It il Iht Hot prtvleut to lhe loir.ln*' ot Iter bit*.  Puirlt*-* Ihlt p<rlo>ll many wom*n uif'tr from liMiltcJif.  ilMpl-unim*-, pain** ol vuloui ducrlptlon. poor ippcllle,  ���������nd ft linit ol ollitr mlmeiiU which iliouM Ik eliminated In,  'unlet to th������ n������w llf������ about to bt uthtitd Into thli world.  "  K  hbrob s FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION  li a icltntlfle medlcln* wefulfy eempcundej by art tipuleneed and iklllftil  r-hytletin. and adapted to Hit need* and riqulr������mtnti ot womin'a dtllcalo  tyitem. It hu been tr commended (or over forty yean u a Kmcdy for {nana  peculiar ailment) which make (hair appearand during ' the eifetlant" "  period, Motherhood It made eatler by Iti uu. Thouundi ol women hive  letn Vtr.tfitttl Ij th'.t uteat raedWne.  v Your drumhl ran lupply you In liquid er tablet (arm. er you fan trml  'Ji tnt (-i'ii' nl-imri lor a trial bot ol Dr. Pierce'* rnvorllr rreacripllon  Tablet������,to Dr, rime, at lnvalldV Hotel ud Sui������lul lu������utu',������, Luff*lu.  1.1  ii   r~  It It your privlltdgt lo write to Dr, Pirrce fcr cdvkt, ond it wlll be tjladlt'  given tre* of charge.   Of count oil commvpkctlom art ���������onftdentlol.  l-Hn-fl-it^^  EBPmm 7^  ��������� THE NEWS. CUMBETIT.;aXD. B. C.  ft  ? V  %������pttyrTMC  -   - ���������  Overheard in a Street-Car.  There's,a lesson right there!  Little blemishes of complexion, ,,s*nall sores, eruptions,  spots, arc not only unpleasant  to the person afflicted, but are  ihe first thing noticed by other  people.  A little Zam-Buk applied at  night to spots, eruptions, sores  <pf any kind will do wonders.  Zam-Buk h not a greasy  preparation which will go rancid on your dressing tabic.  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TUB CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, LMitko  10 CIIURCIIILU AVE.. lOBONTO  Happy In His Misery  Dt-tir mo, I think I am tlio mo3t  inisoralili* creature In tlio world.  ������������������   Wiui 1,'h (lio mat (or?  I'm trying lo follow tills magiiKlim'B  oilvIa* on how to bc happy.  I'loiiHC don't liollir-r to soo nit? to tho  door, pleaded (ho (lepiirtlug vlnllor,  Ite'illy, llu no bother nt .ill, tlio  liouk'BB aiifliired lior. It Is u ploasuro.  Nothing. Left  Anil wlmt nro wo lo understand by  (ho HHiIlcul c-xpn^slon, tho four  I'linu'i't-oT tlm ouith'.' imltu iho tout rue tor In Iheology.  It'H'1'folK'r'n corner In oil, Hnvomoy-  or'H corner In niiRiir, I'arin'Hlo'H corner  In Bti'til, nnd PnlU-n'B corner lu whout,  unnwe-ru (hn now -undent.  Doom lio aim at roallhin in tlio Btor-  ion ho writ en?  Ilo niity nl in at It but ho doesn't  lilt wIl.liln m million inlleii of It.  How'** thnt?  The hero of hh List &tory, la it  Bpoiiillhrlft Bcotriimant       *  IMJ4JJMM  GERMANY BUILDING BIG FLEET  . Ne������ Type of Ship, Which It Is Said,  Will Revolutionize Naval Warfare  London, March 8.���������A disclosure of  supreme importance affecting the naval position of Great Britain-is made in  the Engineer, 'a technical paper of the  highest reputation, which does not  make statements without reliable authority.  . This journal gives 'details of a 'formidable and entirely, new type of warship, which is being constructed- for  the German admiralty. The design  was first offered'to the British government, but beyond a ' bare' acknowledgement, no further action was  taken,  The new type Is described as spood-  lor than any dreadnought. It lies  low in the water, not much more than  awash, and it lights end on.. The only  target it, presents to tho enemy's flro  Is afbow shield sloping backward and  of such shape'and thickness a? to be  virtually impenetrable.  It serves as tho carriage of a single  gun ot maximum power, furnished  with projectiles that play tho part of  aerial torpedoes, and the gun remains  perpetually screened, except at tha  moment of firing.  The" vessel can be kept at sea In all  weathers and can fight effectively at  the longest ranges. Twenty of-these  destroyers can bo built for:the cost  of a single super-dreadnought and the  German uuval experts hold, with ample reason, that a, super-dreadnought  must inevitably succumb if attacked  by oven five of such small craft.  ���������It is slated by the writer of the article iu the Engineer that the attention  of the British government was drawn  to this type in a letter sent to Mr. As-  quith some four years ago on behalf  of a group of confidential engineers,  who had been mado acquainted with a  certain design prepared conjointly by  the lute Sir Edward Reed (a former  ..chief constructor of the navy) and the  writer of the article.  ���������   '  .The design was prepared,,In 1884,  and the engineers alluded to had elaborated the design in accordance with  tbe progress of naval architecture and  armament between' 1884 and 1909, and  had also taken part in the development  of submarine vessels for naval-purr  poses.  Mr. Asquint* formally acknowledged  the receipt of tho letter, say3 the  writer, ancl there, the matter dropped  so far as England was concerned. '  "A different fate, however,.awaited an  analogous communication "addressed  by the same group of engineers to a  high quarter in Germany. Action  thereupon' was at once taken under  conditions of a most profound secrecy  which have been successfully maintained for nearly four'years.  , Matters have now reached a .development of such magnitude, however  adds the writer, that certain particulars of what Germany is doing have  begun_tq_leak out^ _--         _-������������������ _ _  ~TIe~consTders^niat"in"View^"of"the  astute attitude'that lias-just been  taken up by Grand Admiral von Tirplt-*  it seems desirable for tho British public to be given an inkling of tlio true  state of affairs. The German dreadnoughts he declares to bo a ruse.  They loom largo in popular estimation���������and, it Ms feared, In that of the  British admiralty also���������as tho first  line of battle; but in reality they are  intended to play a secondary part. The  stress of conllict will lie with tho German destroyers and submarines.  In regard to submarines, the writer  makes tho equally startling assertion  that a German' physician of eminence  has invented a way of bottling up light  and redistributing it round a submerged submarine,, lu tho .daytime, when  tho surfaco of tho water if absorbing  light, thoso rays can be caught up and  reconverted inlo light under tho sea  to enublo tho commander of the submerged, submarino to boo hia way  fairly well. This-means, ho claims,  that Gorman submarines can bo employed for relatively distant expeditions without dotccllon, as they need  not -show themselves.in tho daytime;*  anil can wait for night beforo coming  to tho surfaco to renew thoir stock  of air.  Agents'Prices  wlli be given you byus on a 1913  leaf spring frame INDIAN if you  aro,in a district.where the Indian  ia not represented. Nearly two  carloads sold in Winnipeg already.  Pay your deposit now and be certain of delivery.  Prices $280  and  $345 ~  Ask for "50 Reasons"       -^  Consolidated Bicycle & Motor  Co., Limitedu  187 Notre Dame, East, Winnipeg  Smallpox on a Warship  London.���������An able seaman of tho  new battleship Conqueror, now at Devonport, was-found to be suffering from  smallpox, and was removed to an Isolation hospital. The origin of tho infection has not been traced.  Tourist���������I say, guide, it's about time  we were getting near tho falls, isn't  it? , ���������*,.  ��������� Gujde���������Yes, sir. May I request the  ladies to stop talking for a moment,  and you will theoi bo ablo to hear the  thunder of the waters quite distinctly.  .Gholly���������He was,weally'"very angry  with me.'* In fact he said he would  blow "my brains out.  Ethel���������Did it hurt much?  Twitching  of the Nerves  A Distressing Symptom of Nervous Exhaustion Cured by  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  Asthma Doesn't Wear Off Alone.  Do not nml'Q tho mistake of waiting  for asthma to' wonr uway by itself,  While you aro waiting tho disease is  surely gathering a stronger foothold  and you llvo in danger, ot stroiigor and  yet stronger ultnoks. Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Hemedy taken early  will prevent incipient condition from  becoming cliroulc and saves hours of  awful suffering.  That  was  an awful  mistake  the  Burgeon, mado.   Tho nian ho operated'  on didn't havo what lio thought ho  did.  ��������� Didn't have appendicitis at all, oh?  Uh, ho hnd append id Uh all right,  but ho didn't havo any money.  Mlnnrd's Liniment Cures Burnt, Eto.  HlgRB���������Ho wan my unpopular boforo the gaino but after lie scored two  f-oals ho mado tunny friends.  Hlggs���������I suppoHo ho mndo friends  by tlio score, oh?  M������. * box or six boxes tor J2.50,  ���������t all tfealini*, or Thr Dodrfi Madl*  elnt Cempiny, Limited, Toronto,  Ctntcli,  What nn extraordinary curvo your  homo 1ms got in tho spino, said n  gentleman to a farmer. Can you account for It?'  Ily tho power*, nlr. nnd to bo miro  I nm able. 1 havo heard, sir, that  beforo tho beast was my property ho  was backed iigaliif-t another horse,  which bent him hollow, and I darosay  Lb uio Jv-.inoii iii*U tuti OiicK iiin'ur  i*'"*t. rlrnlnht n*r:iln.  Mrs. John McKellar.  What sympathy you feel for anyone  whoso nerves twitch and jerk, and  whnt resolves you make to never allow  your nervous system to becomo exhausted, until,paralysis of.some form  claims you ns a victim.  The only way Is to watch the warning symptoms, such oa sleeplessness,  headache, indigestion, tired foelinus  and irritability. By the prompt use of  Dr, Chase's Nervo Kood you can feed  tho feeble, wasted nerves back to  health and. vigor, restore tho vitality  of tho body, and prevent serious disease  Mrs. John McKdlar. 11 Barton  street cast, Hamilton, Ont,, writes :���������  ,"I was injured some years ago, nnd  that loft mo with a broken-down nervous system. I could not. Bleep, ami  suffered from twitching of the nerves  and disagreeable nervous 6ensatlnns.  "I then began using Dr. Chase's  Norvo Mod, and can suy that 1 never  used, any medlclno that did mo so  much good; in fact,. 1 am entirely  cured of my old troublo. Tho Nerve  Food not only strengthened tho -nerves,  but also built up my system ln every  way." Under dato of Aug. 29, 191!*,  Mrs. McKellar writes, confirming hor  euro, and states tlmt sho has had Inquiries from many peoplo who had  hoard of tho grcnt beneflls sho obtained from Dr. Chase's Nervo Food.  Dr. Chnso'/i Norvo Food, 60 cents a  box, C for $2.00. All dealer*-*, or Ed-  manson, Hates *& Co,, Limited, Toronto.  Heartiest  How did you get along whon you  told yonr father of our engagement?  as-lcod tho timid young man,  Oh, dear, Bho answered, It was  dreadful. I'm no imhamod nf papa,  I don't boliovo ho lias a heart.  Wuh ho unfavorable?  Tlint's no namo for It. Whon I  talked to him nbout our living on lovo  In a cottnjjo on oo'Von dollars a woolc  I couldn't niuko him liaton to reason  at all,  IMPERSONATING A MOTHER  W. N. U. 042  Woman Paid to Act ns Bride's Parent  nt Weridlnq  Paris.���������With (ho help of her uncle  a girl named Douches haa married  a fiirm hand with whom sho foil In  lovo, although lior mother hnd refused  to glvo hor consont to tlio mrtrrlogc*.  Milo. Ilouclii'B was a favorite of hor  undo nnd lived with him nt La C'nluB,  In Uio Dfpartnit-nt (it Avcynm. The  undo gavo the wlfo of his citato agent  5:119 anil two fat o>;ca (0 rcpreiicut  at 1)10 ceremony tho -jlrl'fl mother,  who Uvea In Paris. Tho relate agonl'n  wife pave her -roBsent to tho niirrlage  ami '.he '-ert'inony vat H*rforrn<*il.  Mnv. Dowdies now threatens to  hrln.-,* nn rutiuri against the undo and  t'i.-* iri-rri'ir: u ?r 1 .ii"f.'������.f .���������*��������������������������� h*'r C'itst!-  tuttf.  It wnn evident that tho orator's wlfo  wn������ not present to hear him express  his rentlmenta,  My frlendn,.ho ulioulod. there ought  to br* only ono bond to every family.  Quito right, replied tho nervous ami  worried looking man in tho front row,'  You (igTeo with nio, sir? said tho  nmlnr.  I do, replied tho worried looking  iii-iii, i'vo j'uut \yMA tor new hala  for nine iloufUivrs and ono wito.  CONSTANTINOPLE   ROOMED  European Residents Wonderlnjj How  Long Town Can Hold Out  Ck-astaiitinpple, Turkey.���������The typewritten sheets of the Agence'Ottomane  are daily pinned up on the green  baize boards of the European Club of  Constantinople. Every day streams  of members, shedding wraps- and  overcoats and goloshes ln tho hall,  pass thoso sheets"with a brief glance  of. tlio masterly vagueness of ��������� their  contents, and* always on"the subject  most important *to all peoplo "here,  they find the, same bland, imlnstructive  statement:  Lo bombardement d'Adrlnople continue.      '  Thero are fifty theories about the  slate of Adrianoplo, but no sure knowledge. Never was a seige more rigorously conducted, for Blnce tho beginning of tho waa* no tsinglo scrap of  reliable information concerning the Invested city has been allowed to leak  out into tho watting world. Not a  fugltlvo from within haa mado his  way through the Bulgarian cordon.  So far as is known, no'one from without has ever made his way in. It  is said that wireless communication  1 is maintained with the beleiguered-  garrison, but a good many peoplo disbelieve this.  I do not doubt that there havo been  attempts to communicate with Adrl-  anople by wireless, because I have  seen the operators busy at work in  the wireless station at Hadem-keul,  But it is vers** doubtful whether any  answer has been received. It was,  said before the first defeat of the Ottoman army tliat the_wireless appar-.  atus in Adrianople was defective, and  that once cut off from the world," the  oLty������would have no means of cumumnil-  cation. vOf course tho pretense that  messages are daily received Is bravely kept up; but it is at least prob-  ablo thatvthls ia oaly a pretense. ��������� At  any rate,'if the headquarters, staff and  one or two ministers really do know  the actual state' of affairs in Adrianople, they have contrived to keep Uiat  knowledge, to themselves with a degree of secrecy unheard of in Turkey.  Of Europeans here, even among the  oldest and best informed residents,  tliero^ are - hardly. to be. found two  whose opinions as to how long the  town can hold out agree.' Some  know, with a very positive knowledge  that Adrianople was the ono spot in  Turkey on which military funds were^  properly expended. , They'declare  that, however unsound the army may  be, tho,, defenses of Adrianople are  worthy of the strongest military  power' in Europe; that the town is  amply supplied with 6toros and ammunition, and can hold out for months.  Others are;equally certain that the  garrison is inadequate and must have  been on short, rations, ever since the  beginning of .December, and that it  caniiot possibly have enough amniunlr  -tion~to-rfeed-tlie^blg-giins-on-ths-fortsr  which are the key tothe "defenses.  The Importance of Adrianople  dwarfs all else here. .We-have almost ceased to expect an. attack on  the Tehataldja lines. Turkish scouts  reconnoitering the positions held by  tho Bulgars at the time of tho-signing of tho armistice report that tlie  enemy, having burnt Izzeden-keniand  one or two villages which thoy .formerly occupied, have withdrawn even  further north. Evidently they are  concentrating their whole force'  against Adrianople. As for such  fighting as may tako placo in tlie  Galllpoll peninsula, no ono considers  it likely to affect the ultimate issue.  It is upon Adrianople tliat everything  depends.  1,Europeans here aro wondering rather uneasily, how tho Constantinople  populace will tako the news of the fall  of Adrianople when that news arrives.  Hitherto the apathy of tho peoplo of  this town has been astonishing. No  one could possibly infer'from, the conduct of tho people In tho streets that  their country is at war, that their politicians are fighting among themselves,  and that the enemy Ib less thiui thirty  nilles from tho city, ���������  Interest In tho affairs of tho nation  sooniB to bo confined exclusively to  tho governing classes and to European rosldcnts. This Is not simply  duo to tho ignorance of tho'masses.  Thero must havo been In. England at  tho timo of tho coming ot tho Armada ns great a proportion ot illiterate  peoplo as thero aro ia Constantinople  today. Yot unless our historians  havo lied wonderfully woll, Drake's exploits rang through England; tho coming of tho Spanish galloons was discussed in every nlohouno and hedge  tavern! and tho unlettered mob were  as keenly alive to tho nation aa wan  Quoon Hen** herself.  Tho moans of disseminating news  In.Ell/.iiliethlan England wero infinitely Bcantler than thoy nro1 In modern  Slnmboul! for though tho bulk of tho  pooplo may bo unable to road for  themselves thoro la no lade of Turkish, Greek and Armenian newspapers,  which nro road aloud In the cafes by  tho ono or two educated persons who,  In tho Kant are ulwnys to bo found  In any pa tho ring.  No It Is not Ignorance which pro-  vorits tho Turkish peoplo from manifesting any interest In tho fato of  thoir country, Tho dosort Arab In  Just as Illiterate as the Average Turkish poanant. Yet baroly u year ago  In Tripoli, I flaw an army of men  whom patriotic cnlhiistABin had pent  against tho Italian* from every corner of north Africa, The Italian war  was discussed by hooded desert statesmen from tho western Sahara to the  Yemen. Camo! driven*, fiuophprrt**.  caravan rhlera from as i;ir away as  3;.'i-\ri.'-- ii.'*J W������;Jii3 irt ������������������'.��������� .w Lu-uly interested In the fto of Tripoli aa (hough  lt lay throo hours' rldo from thoir  tents, Instead ot threo mouths' march  ftwuy.  NOTED   FARMER  WAS A  BANDIT  The Last Man In District to be'Sua-  .' pected of Crime Was Criminal  Paris, France.���������After being' terrorized for live years by a mysterious  bandit, tho inhabitants of a district  near Gjasse are able to breathe freely again. The bandit-has been captured at last. His namo ' Is Paul  Chlapali; and he Is a farmer, aged  25 and tho very last man the peoplo  would have suspected.  The crimes wlh wjiich he Is charged  number at least seventy. The series  began with fires at farms and privato  houses, and later on other places were  ransacked and horses and cattle wero  killed. ,,-     , "  ��������� At night people were fired at and  somo were seriously injured. The  criminal always left notes in the places  ho ransacked, and in spite of the utmost vigilance'on the part of. sixty  special police ho has onlv just been  captured. Threo detectives from  Paris identified the handwriting left  behind as that of the farmer Chiapall.  Ho has confessed.  MALE HELP WANTED  AGENTS WANTED .   .  Wanted���������Agents for Hall and Wind-  storm[Insurance. Apply The Canad*  Weather Insurance Company, (Domln*.  ion Licenso), Winnipeg, Man.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTED-To do work at    '  home;   decorating cushion tops;  can  make from ?3 to $5 per day; pleasant  woric.  Armour Art Co.,  Uept N, -I'M "  Steele Blk., Winnipeg.  Miller's Worm., Powders destroy  worms without any inconvenience to  the child, and so effectually that they  pass from the body unperceived. They  aro not ejected'ia their entirety, but  are ground up and pass awav -through  the bowels1* with the excreta. They  thoroughly cleanse the stomach and  bowels and leave them in a condition  not favorable to worms, and there will  be no'revival., of the pests.    ���������  Useful Suit of Clothes  London.��������� A resident of Towcaster,  Northants, has worn the same suit of  black clothes at 287 funerals and a  wedding. ,  HOW TO OBTAIN  GOODDIGESTION  The Stomach Must be Toned and  Strengthened Through the Blood.  The victim of indigestion." who  yrants to eat a good meal, and he will  suffer if he eats one, finds poor consolation in picking and .choosing a diet.  As a matter of fact you cannot get  relief by cutting down your diet to a  starvation basis.   Tho stomach must  -l*Hi- C+rann-**Hi.ciri nrLii-ntiLiiAii-A������.-AnL~.. J-  wv-ww ���������outyn.it.ii^u^uiJ.n.i-'j VU-V*������m~*C*iLL JJUUU  nourishing food. Tho only way to  strengthen the .stomach is to enrich  (he blood and thus tone up the nerves  that control it. The only way to on-  rich tho blood, and tone up the nerves  arid give strength to the stomach-  strength that will enable it to properly  digest any kind of food���������is through  a fair use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Tho one mission of theso Pills is to  make rich, red blood, that reaches  ovory part and every organ of the  body, briugiug renewed health and  activity. The following case 'illustrates tho value of D:. Williams' Pink  Pills in lnd!sci.lioii.%  Miss Lottie Carr, of Lequille, N.S.,  says: "For soveray years I have been  a great sufferer from chronic indigestion. At times I almost loathed fool,  an.-! no matter how,, hungry, I found  en-it to eat evon lightly was followed  by great distress and often nausea. I  tried many so-called cures, but did not  got moro than temporary relief, and  naturally I was going down both in  health aud strength, and was greatly  discouraged. Whllo In this despond-  ont condition I was advised to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I doubted  that they would euro mo after so  many other medicines had failed, but  as 1 wanted health and the Pills woro  highly recommended I decided to try  them. I am thankrul now that I did  so, for after inking Dr, Williams' Pink  Pills for llvo or six weeks every vos-  tlgo of tho troublo had left 1110, nnd I  was again blessed with tho host of  henlth. I-'rom my own experience I  boliovo thoro Is no case of Indigestion  Dr. William*-' Pink PllLs will not euro,  If given a fair trial."   .  You can get thoso Pills from any  modlciuo dealer or by mall, post paid,  n,t fiO rents a box or plx boxes for  $2,GO from Tho Dr. William**' Modi-  duo.Co., Ilrockvllle, Ont.  WHY  IS THE BEST FOR YOU.  BECAUSE  "    It keeps your "Whlto Clothes" looking  Just llko New.  It does not Spot or Streak tho clothes  as thoro ls-no scttliiur.  .   It Is tho "H'mdlcstKInd" tn use.  It is Guaranteed to prlvo Perfect Satisfaction or money Cheerfully Refunded.  TRY IT,  and  Prove   It  far Yoursolf.  LISTEN!  " j-R Elne is much better  than any other." ��������� Miss  Thomson, Belmont, Man. ,-  "J-R Blueis an Excellent  Elue, Superior ito olher>  Blues." Mrs. Frank J.  Moore, Conn, Ont.  "J-R Blue is the best  Blue 1 ever used." Mrs. W.  Switzcr, Brandon, Man.  A locentpack-  agc lasts about  6 months, as it  blues 25 Good  Size Washinps  Mamidirturrtl by  'l'hc Joltuson-  HichariUon Co.  I.linilcii,  Muntrejl, Cin.  Sold by dealers everywhere  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mus.Wikslow'.i Soothing Syrup hns been  used for over SIXTY Y15AKS by MI JJ.10NS of  MOTHERS for their CIIII.MUKN \VH1U<  THI ���������THING, with PERFKCT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CIIII.U. SOl'THNS the GUMS,  AW.AVS nil PAIN ; CUKES WIND COLIC, ami  ifi the best remedy for mAKKHU'A. It is nb.  sotutely harmless. He sure mid nsk for "Mm.  Winstonr'a Soothing Syrup," nnd tak.c ao oilier  kind.   Twenty-live cents a bottle  HOME   SECRETARY    G'jILTY  CRlMfc  OF  Had no Right to   Disregard    Magistrate'! Warrant by Releasing  New Firebug  London.-���������Mr. McKcnim'H troublou  with tho iiiillniKpttnH nro two-odueil,  for now lt la siiKKestcil that tho homo  Bccrftnry wuh i;iiilty of ;i ei-rloiiB crime  In ordiM-Inf* tho roloaso of tho uuffra-  Kotto, Lillian Lonton, who was nrreat-  od for tho How (inrdon** ontrngo. A  A person who linuwInKly ai*iirits a jirlfi-'  oncj to eiicnim in llablo to a Bontenco  of aoven yi-aru jional ncrvltudo, nnd  It li* nolnk*-*.! out t.hat McKcnna'A nation wiih ti broiled of a justice's warrant, which ovcu cubliiL't ministers  muiit roHpoct.  -ratiner iniAeiu  MoUwr (ftfte-r roIaUnB pathetic  utory)���������Now JIorrIp, wouldn't you like  lo Rive your bunny to that poor IfttJo  boy you naw today who hasn't any  father?  HpkrIo (Plutohlnj? rabbit)���������Couldn't  wc Rlvo I.Iiv. father 1iljU.uI!  D-?at It  Doctor, n'll-l Uio canvaloscent p.v  tlMit. I'm a poor man, so would you  wind takinj; out part of your bill In  Ini'!*:'?  All ri;iht. n.y man. U1.1l Rounds tJr.  ���������'Kar.i|,:e rue if yot; vnUc .SV.Ir.r.rtl   V''*:;U '���������- y*-*'������r tra*k-?  lit.;* *.i.-i t ii-riii*,*'**., l.������.   ������it ta-icii,-    ���������*>������������������'��������� h*^������   iir ..mi*.*, or   in   **   ftlrtrt.  IJuuK'-j, 'iiitanio." j bMiit.  M/ilIlM    nM-l'l-l    |l|.r  Vou \itoi\ to w.int *to ho\A my \v\r\r\  boforo wo wt-ro intirrk'*), Bhe complained.  I'd Uk**- to now, calil ho t-a*=lly, but  It would l'*vp you from yutir hou;;o  woric, my dear.  It Pays  to Clip  lionet, Mulet ind Cowi. Tbcj- km  lioaltltler mid rendrr bolter eerTlru.  When tins lioavycoat that linlilj dm  vrut *we.������tkii<l(llrt I* reiunvnl, lliey  ������romoroe������HllykinitcW*an,lo<i!i:botti'r  -let moro gooil frnm tlmlr fi*od ������ml  fn> tumor in every w������y.  limist ou  "'The Stewart  Dill Boarlng  Clipping Machine  It turiu nulcr, clips fadior anil doner  (���������.nil itava ulurp loiigrar than any  otlinr. ileum nro all tlio hard ami  cut from millil uli-iil Unr, phicb  Thr'y uro vdcIimiiiI, pro. ������ j^iT..  tixitixl anil run In oil: *S*U'U  llltlo friction,lllllnivfiir. v7-"������������  Ilo* Hi* fiMit ornowntyli-eii-iy riinntn:(  llaxlli'ii (.halt nml tlm n>1t>l>r������ti..l  titrwart 1I1111 lo ti*nxlonr-llp iiIiik lii.ml,  lil|licM jruilt-', G������l im IrMtftu, ������i������l������i  every iiucliiiia c*t������riuilct.>il tu ii'mum,  CHICAGO FLEXIBLE OKAPT CO.  GI3 La 8alle Avenue chicaqo, ill.  Write (or CMnplMenewcaUlnini) Minwlnt wiirM'*  '-rsMt ami imiit niiMlernlliiuor liumi cliiiitlut ami  'I'tinlirarlnt inacliliiM, mallnl (rcium ivijtivit.  Thoughtlessness  Thoy nay tho world in round nnd yet  I often think It squaro,  So mnny littlo hurts wo Rc-t  From corners Iiuro and then*.  Hut ono Bad truth In lifo l'vo found  Whllo jouriioyliifj pbhI and went  The only folks wo really wound  Aro thoao wo lovo tho bout,  Wo flatter thoM* wo Bonrcc-ly know  Wo pU'tiflo tlm lleelltiR Riicut,  And doal full many a thotiRhtli-sa blow  To thono wo lovo tho bout.  Why Did He?   K  Dn unlit or of tho Hour!���������Ib it rlnli.t  wlmt mother Hays���������llmt you nro a  aelf-mado man?  Visitor���������Yen, my dm. Hut what  makes you nsk?  Daiifihtor of tho Houso���������I wn������ only  wondering what mado you -jive yourself such a funny face.  VT.'v."-Vi'J'at tlti )OU tio.nii in tabilVA  Mra. f'rewno'u liuahand you iiuvcr a.-,k  liiy advlco nbout a'nyllilng.  UiiKband���������-Well, my dear, I don't.  You don't wait to bo askod.  Invention Rampant  We ftrc HiJng In n grand find won-  drotirt aR<\ remarked a railway pa������non-  Rer to a fitnuiRer who occupied Uio  coat lic-Mdo him, Invention lu rampant everywhere-.  Veo, F.ild his rompnnlon, ihnl It  ���������tl-out what I observed lo a wliiu-.in in  a lawf.u'.t np,ri.ln?t mo recently, thero  are more liars to the yrpiare yard now  than there used to bo to the acre.  In the Same rjo.it  r.triitLoyiK���������I wou'.d like wore nalary  a*������ I ������m rrAiua to R"t married.  Kmp!<n<*r--jv.rry, but I'll havo to  red'U*" i-.     1 .im vn", to }���������"' rrarrlod  -I.- :c\*  Act Quickly  Don't wait ux������tll you Imvo noma nil-  mont caused by poor dic-estion,  biliousness, or by inactive' bowels  wMrli mny load fo n rorfoin '-i-Viv **".  Immediate relief ���������������������������' ia ������������������ nfTotxU-d by  thnt best corrective nnd proventlv-*  BEECHAM'S  nu  Said ���������iwi-wl  -���������at* *������ KEWS'J PXl-vr������ViR,LAro^BRM6B -.CXM#Mgg������*  Tlia MBriuul Hews   I WATER NOTICE  -A   r?v  very   Tuesday  by  the j   F0R A-L1CEN-CE to TAKE ASD-  *o)i   &   Cumberland  wishing   Comptiny.  USB WATKK.  NOTICE ii hereby l?ivoa tbat R-.qni-  malt A NaniiiiHO Railway,' ct Yictori'i,  B. C  will a,.p!y Lx a licoree to tako. und  ,.;; u.uiot* will not hold  itsoH"  ���������:-ii)!e u.i* tlio opinions of otli- IU6l) ino.GCO gallons per 24 houru, <.f water  ���������'3 may appaiir in its  - time .j ritiK*.  J)NK.SDA\    MAY 7.   WIS  S:>-**.v,irc! l.iiiil l")is*.ric".  V'1 <*ii' t r**' (io'i'.x.  a-: ::u:*iyK i'.vi* "Miry Tlu-lii*. of  '. !.'. .-������������������ri:\t ii. .i ������i.iine(.1   woiuii".  * .>!>-,Iv  In:  |H-i-iii.-.'J)0!i to pur-  .   -.-   llvo   fo'io-y:''-:;.- ilc-������:iii"3d   lands:---  i  .-. r. .r.eif./ .".'.   a pos-   p.v.r.U'U  ;it   llu*  ,u-'.-i "--esl roim-r i.f T. L.  No: 4433^-  -;���������(-���������; ivirth   3-*f .'linit*.-*-, theiu'c wett .50  .'-I*-*, ihcuci*   S'Hith j-> cli-.ins more or  .-* *.*> j'-nve line, urines -ii. ���������'*',*��������� lhe shore  ��������� ���������- ,-., eii-iic** iiui-o  (i'i-  .ns*"  u; pLic-* ol  ��������� ".ivv.oz c./!it.-i:uin;r   ~ * * af.rcs.'.moi-c or  GE^RGKVERBIER  Aircnt -'or M.iry Thuli.".  . ���������-.,���������  .-".-H-i.rs' i"*., r;1 "������������������  Jj;.M-   ;l)i.sii'ii-i of (.'ii**-*-.*-;.  . isE NO I'I HI *.i*.it Cl-nrles Thulin,  ���������' ' .. -.1. 1-5 '-���������, nciru-.j.-iiiiin   uierchaRt, in-  , ,1.   ap*r)ly  lm-   pcr.niisi onib   pur-  ^- ���������������,.", ho f������*!ii������Mn*' *r'e--,nibed land:���������  ��������� :-iiv-*:Kinrj .it a p.-isi.ph'.iiied in ttiowns  .   ���������        i*-o n.-n-ih-cast comer-of T. L  51 ,.},   thencG   wc.".! 3.1   chains, thence  .- ���������  ��������� 1; ch iin>  '-ihr-'iCi.  e isi   So drains,  ,���������   1.'    . ii i lin-*. thence so'.Uh - 20 chains  <-=  columns i ou'-of Tnau*.en Orjoi*,. which fl-������*a  >a   a  northerly   dm-elion   through   NcwcastU-  District and ciu-A-s into Straits of CJoor-  wu near 3 mil us we t" of  Rip?  Qmilieiim  IUv r. 'Ih** water wi lho div.rted at "J90*."*"  "ai.'fc,t.-i:iu������   from   tailway and will b-J used  fur {{eiif-ril raiivay pui-posn* ou the J.ud 1  .lose' ilied as Knil way Ki ah*; of'V*'ay.   Thi*  no-ii-owa- piisledon thu Rrou"'l on .lhe  3rd-Liy <" Apnl. 1918.     Tlw ujiplrcaii -a  wi !ba 4*lcd.in tt*i������'o'.liee of tbo "Water Ui-  , 001 der .v. Victoria U. 0.    Objection* nm)  be filed with tho sard Water ltsuordor <r  wiih'.lie l.luinp'truiler of Water lti^-i's*,  Pa.liauKi.t Bu'idi'tr--, Vicn-r.it. B. C.  E8QU1MALT & NANAIMO IU1LWAY  Applicant  II. E. T.KASl.KY  Am-m  -.1116 ' .mf>  W^TER NOTICE  FOR A LICENCE TO TAJIK AMD  US IS Y������rATEB.  NOTICE is hereby givea" that E^ui-  mat & Niin-imo It-ulwjy, of'Yioti.r a,  LV. C wiil������yi*ly f..r .lie*nee tn take au^  ut-e 100,000 gallons p-ir 24 hour.", of watei  ou- of iiar.dy ("reek, which flows jo a northerly'ci cotton ihrough N"o.voastl-j*Dis-  tri.it; ami cnjplie3 into DfQi> R������y, iwr  Koaewo 1 C cck* The wator will b���������- d.vet-  tod al 2!CO- v\> trenin from Railway and  will baunftd foi (Iciierol Ilnlway yu.*po-<ef  I on the land dcr.wibocl as Rail wny Kij-ht ol  r less y.yi-4. shore line   lo place of I \yi(y.   TIiib iiotica was posted on    Uio  riiiv  Am  ; cor.i.tioii-i,^ 1C0 acres r.-.orc cr  nEQRC.'H; VF-RDIER      ���������  Agti-.i (or Ch.'rles Timlin  !ti>t  '4 h,   IOI2  Saw..rd L-'.;id DisiriM.  D.strict'.if Co.no;{..  -'.AK1J NOfiCE that George Verd'*-  ,*., 'i;' Lii.-ifi, IJ.C, occupation'   .  ' neridi 10 a.Rtily foi:  inc-rnnssion  lo Tpur-  ,-���������i--: the Ibllo.ving  u-3-.'.ribed   I.Tfids:���������  -*-:-7i-ler.-rinji ai a   port   phuuifed at   the  ���������r.rrth .ve������ coroer ol Lo1. 37,theiice novih  groand on the 3rd d-y of Apiil, 1013.  Tho Hpp'1'e.i-.ion will bt-filed in tho ellio*.-  of Iho \Vator Rueoi-d^r at Victorii, B. C.  "Gl'icctiiins tifay ��������� be lil'-d with ths said  Wator Recorder cr "itli the Cosnptiollpr  of Yviter Uighte, Parliano'ut Umldiuis  Victoria, 15. 0.  1'JSQ.UIMALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  *   ' Applicant  ^     JI. E. BJ3ASLEY  Agent  i.pilS pJ'7  " ���������"���������77irii'i>s."to the slicn-c imeTTh'on'Cc-foliv'A-  ii)*; the sh're I'nvj aroipKi tlu iwiirtl tt^the  puce of .1-cginnin*-*.  QI'IOKCP. YEH1HKK  Applicant  Dale Au},'iisi.r4tli. t9r-   Jiaywftrd Laiui Distvict.''  [lis'i'ir.t uf CiimoJi.  JAKE NOTICE   thai   ["red Timlin,  -1 . ur-rrl, ll.C.rhcr.ii',-iiri(>n   merchant, ;n-  r. ������������������)������-, li)'apply  l'.*r   per.rtii^ion   to    pur-  ���������.;.i.������c-   ihe  f.*A: viiv ,ck-.scr lied-  land: ���������  * ., n p.oiKii).4 ai a  l*-'*--'*   p'.-'-i"1*^ al  the  ...-.' - w -jjs:" cornsr of Tnnhtr   Lri.ise  No.  5.0  j, thence, west   Si   chains,   thence  y;.,-,,' 3 i clVi-'iii**; ihcivcu rr.tst !3:������ chains to  ^^  ihu-luru  line,  iitei'.ee   following   shore  ���������������������������..���������. *.r>i'th Sjcliimi,- imru orltss to the  ,i',ir.: of ba������jinai'.u cini.'.inin,',   640 acrca  i-,.f)*^ oi les.-.'. ,  ' ,; i'KOKfiK VFCkDlliK  r -, ,      A-ent for Fred Thulin  :i.,:.c. Au--;i-Tt K| h, 19'������       j ���������   ' " ^U rfu O !-i"TT^I-IN S15 '.ACT.'8  (Scidii 4(i)  NOTICF*. i; hereby h'ivcii, that ru*,* lhe  ���������".-���������th day  ol"Ov-in';cr   tie.Mt,  appl'uration  wi'.l I)*; m ul-'10 the   ^upo-nmemleiit   of  riviviiuri.il l-i-lice'V t'i: irt*Hi:r i*f lb������*'  ficttnao for lhe sale   oi  liipioi by,'r2tail  if, and urinr, ihe prc*n.���������*������������������*������������������ knowins^he v-    Wiii'.ws Hotel, i.il(i:V.e nl C.impbjdi Kiv-      >;0TI(1K ii hmby Kirori tlmt ]U\\A-  ' f, :>r.ii������!*i Columbia, froni Charley Thu-  |���������,i, i- Niumiino Uuil-Any,  til VieUri-,  ,n* a-ii I  iCm-irsDii ��������� ILumm   l������   Cliai'u^ 1 )���������, c, v\\\ njv^ly for p. IceuiiO to lalta and  '11,Jim, ol <-" ur������;d'ull !'. ver.  Mriii-.h'.Col-, ,,,,. \ooy>y) .rill -\u ivsr 21 Iwiurp, of w.du  TOR A LICENCE TO TAKK AND  USB, WATKR,  ��������� N01TCB-ia"aoreby_gi'*'ea thvt K qui-  malt tk  Nanaimo   Railway oi  Victoria.  IJ. 0. will app'y' for a lioen������s to tn'te aod  use 100,000 bullous per 24. hour-), of watu;  ont of Hindoo   Ureelt,  which  fl.iws   fr a  northerly direction through  Ni-Ip'ou l-'is-  t-rftt and c-riiplieo into Bnyne Sound iu'ui  Thiible RWer.   Tho w*tir ynl\ be dive* t d  al lioa-npatroain from lliilway and iv 11 iu  used for Uenoial Railway pnrpoicn on the  lii>.'I doseribetl ������s railway riglit ot wjyl'lii*  n.i'ie.) wiui pewtod ou iho (jyouod on  the  n.-d duy of Apiil, 1013.-' The. nj-pliyiiticn  .vi.l bo -Iiifd  in  the oflioe of tlu -W.tti;i  UjeordiT, Viotorin, B.C.   0'*ioctioiiM mny  bu Ided wil J> tho (-aid Wutvr Ue������������rdcr or  wilith..���������C mptrollor of Water RitfhU,  Fnrliair.om Uaih'ing*-, VjotbrU,"B, O.  F/QUIMAf/r & NANAIMOBAILWAY  Applio.Mi*  ll Kr    KASLbY  Agent  WATER NOTICE  ���������FOR A I40KN0E TO TAKE AND  USB WATKU  11 ni bi.1.  Waicd ihi.-. 1 .-,11' d'i'j "���������"���������-"'���������i.i, 1012  Tlll'l.lN A  I1ANNAN  Ho'.di'iVi.l l.it.er.m  *;ilAKl,KS IHULIS  ' Appht-uil for Trannfer  Sa>wnv(\ I.jviul   Disiviot  Distvii;!- ol' Si\y\v..iil  TAK10  uolicu    i)k>'  W'lH=ui������  J*\me> f.li^son, of Vauwiuv-r. o*----  (jupuio.'i, \r.\\'.t*uY, iirt������*������ls i-i   np-  p!y f*vr jmnnissi'iii   to   jMiivlmso  thu fullo'.viiijj iU"-icriln'*l   Unul*-:--  CommcitciuR ������t a post piimu-r] 20  chants ������iih������ ot* t h'~* innth cisl f.*r-  - ������   rT'i*.-!--.."-I !'*������ii*������" >'' "*������������������ ilifii-  hi..  "   *     ',, ,       .\.   ���������  ,-        <���������' ..I'-,  tC CUhl /���������*' ������.'"*���������*"���������'"    -   20 ch.iitUi. tli'-'Ht'C wi-M -:0 eiiaiiis,  llHMict; north 3'> cliain.**, to poinl  of (Miu'iUL-ticcinciit, .'oiitniiuiv.;  40 at:n-5 nior-i ui" lf">. "'i'* i*"> ,)! *  twecu White mni vSiiiiiiwii livi.*:.-..  W11.1.TAM Jam������ki;iiisun  S. Man 1 ice Cane.', A..;ont.  P),te Mvy:ird nr������.t,. i������/n  l-'ousaU'-*--- i,i,u1: "'������������������ >��������� '"'���������'.,  ���������npnrtH Blioni-I roa-l.     psiw  .tl.*''-;  A(l(ii'*'ss letter*-, *in.w������*r *l*l.   N;i    r  Jl'IIIO, I J. ('.  nut of Roy Creuli, wliloh flown in a northerly (liit'ctii-iii throinh ComiJ.' Uiilriel  uml i������in*itiiu iot') Oo:ii"X Tlnluinr, near  Tie'-t- lliwr. Tim watur -vill b 1 tlivt r.tii  at ���������J'Ji'j'J'* liiwttuani from lliiilwiiy imil wih j  lie tis'.'d (nr Ounuriil Uuilwny ������������������-*.- pm, r. on I  Ih-' Inml ibnt'i-ibsd hh Kail.v.-.y llixht oi !  Vt'uy. Tliiti iv-lice v/im Y'O-.'A "o llu-l  g otiiid en thn Hid day if April I'-'i:*.  Tluuij-plieiilioii will 10 iUt.,1 i.i U'u ' '.IX '-  ct tho Wiilir li-coxlt*!' .il.V'i.iiiii., U C !  Oiijueiiomi iiiiiyl-' lil'-'l v/il. ���������!..- '���������"���������id  Wiil.r Il.rordiror wiih tin (.!..������i|.-.ni'h*i I  of Water Ul������liU-. l'a/li.i!J.'..tt l: "-" i * '��������� - - fc- * \  Victorii, I1, ll. j  1 ;hi,ii'imai;r * naka 1 m(. h,m!.w\ 1 ;  Ai'j.li1"-'"-   i  f[. K.lW.'.StiKi'    j  ,1   1  iKMrt-ni *��������� i-m������*ii"-  '  'i'(,   i.A.kVMKV.  Kor auu* .it- ft fnciifici- -'.'  '���������M'^'llt'l" (.';,���������;.ill r^parnt'     (  1)0..I   "���������**. J*   i-I'-'i    OU    i '-���������   i''-������  ���������'  .si:.i*,s I  ������������������:  j.   r;iiiru*i.y Jjf-t *  nwd   i.y> to yo"   lbs    pc     o  TUin   lA'ii l; ol   "h\\'hy    m.   ���������  r  ���������     .-.  ���������   .*������������������   1 ; -nl r<"}"* 1 ���������!  1  id*..-... *h".*.r* ��������� '   'j t;!vi!*������; up  ;,,'       t' '*.'.. ' .1  Of-'Ti-i   tl ���������  i-   :-  - 'tC ���������? ���������   V     '  it    vlOtl      >l  ���������   i.e. the l.-*-".'  *,i !  T,y HicHitf Sl'ir-Ml ym-.-i.-n-.il  ���������  pc.v   i-|rMc������fH*siiMi-vM������'<l ������������������'������������������'" "������������������   ���������>',������'  |tl tlVy **'W*\  ih        I ���������'  tlv'lli.,  1  '0'*  ii=*-s=aB=a *ss=ssss=30^  CONTRACTOR  ^ ���������.���������yj-^���������ww.-.*.--' ������**������.-^,^*ifc''*������-'*.-*t>^-^'ll*^''rt",>"  Plastering, Brickwork,  Cement Work etc. etc.  IF YOU NEED -ANY WORK DONE OF THE  AliOYE DESCRIPTION LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE NEW ENGLAND HOTEL WHEN  SAME  WILL BE, PROMPTLY ATTENDED   TO  First-Glass Work,  -x;  m  -  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make, the millions think,  Al.'tClCdflt ������l?'*^^������i8 '*  ��������� ossMsxP ' g^w^  ��������� %m*% ^BBB33&& ^5ara  There is no better way of ma-  long the people think of you than  by "olaoing an Ad in The NEWS.  "NuffSaid."  '<&  b/n'mSi JT  vT%  wrowno  Brewers' Dried Grains  IJiiltcr,  Chtv-pi-r Th;m Most Hairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd  Distril.Lii.irs  .       NANAIMO. H. C  *.������ umw*<������Lmtv**^^  :   LotsorAcreage for  which  will trade some  Stock in-a" Vancouver.  Financial sCo., that is'-  earning   Twelve    percent.'    Property must  be unencumbered.  Address,, X .4 9 6������  CumiU'.r.i^ndN^vs'  Cumberland,  B. G:  NOTICE  KOTIOK IS 1IEUEUV   GIVKS   Uiat  mpitim!*- of the ri-.iniiii.il   Asii'caU'ural  C-mmisaion wil; be t.cli at the (. Hoy ing'  pl.ices:��������� . ,  Nrnuimo���������April IL h, 10 a.m. al'iI 2.30  ���������).m. Ciiy ilnH. ***-  Pjrksv i'.e���������April* 12 1������. ^ *l- m*  AK"-  0'il'ruinl-11 all'. y "   .'   -.'    *  |    Albtnii-���������*���������!>'il 15tlr, 10 *._m.. mul.2.30.,  p.m.; April lClh, 10 a.m., Comt llous**..  CmJiU-uiiy���������Ai).il I7ai iiihI 18'n,   10 ni.  m. und 12.30 p.m. of in t.i d>.y'������, Aai'icul'u-  nllliill.  "  Du-ioan-Aiiril 2ht muj 122 .d, 10 a. m.j  ���������ni-rl '2.30 p.m". of o-h niv, C j������.-t Houfo.  ���������Tno Uo.iiini-B;on -V 1 ho:r'ViU-i.co on  ill ni'.iU'rs i.ff-Ctiig iiKiioiiltiii-i.1 c mdi.  limn in 'lu* l'rovinud. AU \:>'i- o b inter '  ustt d am invi-o I to b. pi������cnt.  W.ll: UAYVYAUD, M.L.A.  t Ct'.ilii'i'iaDk  ���������J. B. ( HSfSTKSSKN,  '  Secreta y.  .    TIMBEll SA1.E No. X31.  QEALED TENDERS wiU l>e rc-  v-) ceivoil l\v iti������ Mitui-ier i-f Lmihis  nm liiu-r ilia*   ioiui 'on .tlie 'J-lih,  diy of April. 1913 for tlie -iiiitlia-e  of   Licmce    ISi)   ; X31,    to     cut  2,105,000  fitt  <f   i. u:lic-r  on    Uio ,  SoriSi-WeM Quiu-io' of.^iciin. '2Jf.,  DenhiiiP I-ii*i (I, Nanaimo Di^iicl.  ��������� Two yi'iui-- will b'e ullowuil for tho  loniovnl of 11 ii j* timlio". t  Purlieu la rs    of   Chit'f   K������r<*Me.r,  Victoria, 1J..C. ' mitt ou23  Something That You  Have Never Seen  ���������   Nor Even  Heard of-, ���������  A PARISIAN   NOVEl/rV-  In Kui'oj'C  it is 'usi-cl.'litis yenr  as si littlu KhhUt Profoiit or.,.rnih-  or n uuwk of cnui'lusy  to   IViciiils  find rnlalivci*.    Us vnluo us u.tok-  licfi moro in tho novol idou tlmn in  llm pritio of lli'1 iirliclu.    It is ui-  I'an^wl po Mini jt cim   ho hchI. jn������t  lil-o. ii   post i-iwi,   fur u ffftL or  two, to imy  iiliice  hi  Cauitdii or  lho 1.7iiittul  Sliilw.   Tim  etidoiu"-  ing idea -lUiul. it is  tlit- i-mbwldcil  UiMlNICHSlMlOas, whiuli will  sliiuof.il iii^ht londor in miyd������rk  ruimi inn (Jl.OllinllS MVSTIU  |]J,UK LUIiIT,  iift.-ryou had  it  ox|)0)'i4.* lo dnjlitftit   I'H" a few  nun uios.    Thn prii.*o U w low  I Iml miyoiio  is eiiiihlc'l to bo con-  ���������.'���������i.u'i'd "I" h* vi'il miiiipi'.    It i������ in'  ilncd ml' Mlti'hi nyi'h  i-**"!'i-]d in  hij^h   iiBtoom   by   any   Cliriutinn  fnmlly or inm-oii,.  Tho shining  rt '. - r.i. ' , j" .* ������������������'������������������ni* ii'liifh ir  v.iL|- ������������������ ���������   found oidy ium- .Icniwdom, nnd  of which the Hihle Bpcuks ns tho  UJ,MINUS STONK in picturing  Soluiu')t.'*> T**i*t*.ph\ IViccrt ino:���������  IT) (���������"{���������lit-* '���������iic.i; 'I I'or .2'r> fftits: fi  for 50 cemf; Vi for'$1.00.  A. NETKO W  S83 Yuiik������ St. Turonio, Ont.  Solu Agflit for C.nnudit hum   i , t**, h '
I'-v ���
I*-'* .
. 'NOTICE,   '
Vancouver, Land District. '
District of, Vancouver.
TAKE NOTICE that I," George*
Verdier of Campbell River,*   occupation, Cruiser,   intends   to -ij'ply
for permission lo purchase lhe following; described lands:*���Commen
���cing at-a'p 81 planted at lhe N.E'.
corner" of   Timber   Limit  431-16,
thi-nce west 80 chains, llienci-North
20/-Q lin ins',* thence, east- 80 chain*.
to iho snore line,  thence .goalh  20
i   ��� * ��
cluin.-i liioiii or less along the snore
line to lhe place of beginning.
. �� Niunt* uf Applicant
Dale, Febrmry '26th, 1913
.   , ,        ,    NOTICE,ii hereby given" ihat
.Nonce is hereby given", that  at  ihe 0n   thonfirsi   day   o��   December
Sayward Land District.
Di-strict of   Sayward
TAKE   NOTICE',-that    Justin
Dorr, of upper Valdi-z ltd-md, occupation fanner, inU-1;dh to apply for
ponni.'-'iion to purclini-o  the ftilloiv-
iny described hinds :'  Commencing
M a po.-t planU-d   10.chains east ol
IJysririth * Lukje   and     10   chabis
fouth bf N. \V. comer bf J. D. pre
.-pinpiii-ti, ihence  10 chains "west  lo
lake, tliein e in a son'th.-ea-Jti rly dir
cot ion, 10 chains along  tho   shore
oa tlio lake to Iba intersection of J
I) line, Ihence north 10 chains  to
point ofcommenceibenl,  containing in all live acre? more or less*.
/ -JUSTIN DORK,    '
Name of Applicant in full
Date. March 8<h, 1913 '
next meeting of the Board of License
Comiiiissioners I intend to apply for a
renewal of the hold license held by me
for the New England tlotel...situated on
block j, loi .-*, Cumberland Townsite.    "
Dated* Nov ���; j-ih, 1912;'
v    tf
in the JlEWS'
-nvwio^i-rMA^sf  .^i.i.-n
In the matt ait of an a'pplic.i-
lion for" a fre<,h Cerlilicate of Title
lo Lot* 54; [M-p 31 J] TowiiFiieof
���(Jourienay., *>
NOTICE is ot'rehy yiven of-' my
.mention at. the expiration of ono
calendar, mouth from lho firet puU-
lieatioui hereof'to'ispuo-a fresh Oer-
tifioate ofTiile in lieu of the C< rti-
tie-tie of   Titr<*   ii-uutd    to   Jo-*(*ph
_xi;.p.k^._r..._ij ���>n,_f.'_AfJni*_ 1 i_n:j..-_
���i*i Kjl-tiM^-On���rn-T-tjuri i-wi-rTi-rvi iru���r^/uor
and numbered   lOflyOC which  has
been lost.
D-vicl cti\ Land Registry Olliee"*
ViotoriH,- 12 ��� Oy this 21st day of
DseoiVibor 1912.     ..*--������
Registrar-General of'Tillo**.
The Courtenay Hotel
Every cony-mienix.- for guesto.
The Oentiftl Koti-1 for Sportsmen
No��ft'bui ihe Uest of Wines and Liquors
at lhe Har.*
tt,"**?*****1 -��*y��� n ,'.i I
John Jchneton,   Prop
muracrcnv ���mimairi'wni���in'ia
NOTICE is hereby j-ivcu ihat 30 days
after date npplic.11.ion" will he made to
the Supenniendehi of 1 Win rial Police,
Victoria, 15. C, for a renewaLof ihe hotel license to scil liquors by retail in ihe
hotel known as lhe Port Aujjusla Hotel,
iltuaitd at Comox. H. C. ���'    *    ''
Amos Cottinc-ton;
Daied Oct., 2nd, 1912     -
An Ad-jn. the '.'Nisws
t     i
pays.    Try it. " ���*���     ���
next application will be mndeto
the Superintendent .of Proyineia!
Police, Victoria, B.C., for a ie-
uewal of the hotel license to sei!
liquors by retail" in the liou!
known, as the Maln-spinn Hotel,
situated at Lund, 13. C.,
Dated'October 10tii, 191*2
Soo&'s Cottosa .Root Compound
^ Tho ���**
����^S>��0��������(s)��3>S)5>������������C   ������$2X2X8X2X*^^
Bold,by.all dnigfffsta, or so..
prcpalu  on  rocc-.pt ol' pric
.��-   .a      -  �� ijw. jimnphlot. A*lilrt*su: T��;
���JttUC'fa��0lflmBC0.JOHOSIO.OUT. {formerly WirM��;
The above reward wiil be paid
for the recovery of the body of O.
H. Strand, who was   drowned off
Deiunan   Island   ou   Thur*>dav,
Dec. r2lh.   ,
Tho. Anderson Logging Co..
Union Bay, IJ. C.
15. C Emde, is agent for- tlie
"Ford" ancl '���Chalm'er-* nuiomo-
bili-s.    Cars,, for biro,     Phone 18
Union Steamship Clo. of   B O. Ltd
Leave Vancouver, Monday, at X p. m.   '  "
���  -n Arrive Nimaiuioi at 1L.80 p", in.
Arrive Union Bay,'Tuesday C a. m.' ^Lu-ive Tuesdny noon.*' B
' Arrive Comox, Tuesday S a. m,     J>ivB Tiuwd.ay* 11 tx. in,
Lcavo Nanaimo 0. p. in. Tuesday.    Arrivo Vhiicoiivoi- y.30 p.m.
Leave Yancouvev Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive  Nanaimo,     11.30 p.m.
Arn.vc Union Kay, Sunday 6 a. in. ��� Depart. 5p.m.
Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a m. Depart 4 p.m.    .
Subject to change wilhotit notic*."-
ty   -
sate   ancl   sound    investment
return'on ycur money as well as an en'hanc-   ���
��� -���"���.��� \    ed value  from now on. .    ���
A Oompany with   NoPromotio.v Shares. .       .    ;
A Company wit hit3 "! own fiscal agency.   .
1 0
A  Company   that will look loldy to   the welfare "    *
" cf   it�� i-harcholders..   Shares are now selling at* $1
for .all.   cash,,   or    on   the   easy   instalment "plany
Call -or .send 'foi? aP-TOspeetus' to-day
-r-JC<u=-,^KT--e, *Mm.TrciatTa
f����r w/^ anri aa*
he. ��� Mercantile- General-.- Agency-/;'--Ltd;
- Selling Agents for Canadian Loan k Mercantile Co., Ltd*
-. "   "- _, ; : ; Head  c-ffices : ���      ; X_ ^ ~_.	
207, 2c8,*209* Union Bank. Building. Corner View, and Gov't.,  Streets,  'Victoria..B. C.
>, 1 i
Phone 3243       " Geo. Abbott,  Manogiiig  Director,
n N*Ta*cy^'n"^-',',^**'-T-*'-'Mri-T^��^^'T^.^j3,��*'rK^TijrrMarw*ri-r-
H-ywi4.iw ��� nrvrrKz���*-*
J,   N,   McLSOD,    Fp^jpniEr
En-gU.Ui.-J x BURTON nlwvyr, on tap alio, tho fiunmia MJliWAUlvKl*'
BlSKUS-AuhoiiBer, ILbtimimi, Suhitz. ko. "01,1)0KEY J'.ICMID"
SCOTCH WHISKY,*        Best Wiac�� and Liquoro of ail kintle.
Tin) .rii'ftrduig and Lodging J), pnrtmei.t, iindm-iho laiuieilijitt) uiipui-inteudeiioc r.i Ilii
Dnvis, will l>d i,ni-�� Fii-Kt flasd in every rCHpeist,;,
i(H.'o,o por day upwirclB
Hiding on loconiotivi.'s uml   mil
way curt* ot   the   Union   flolliery.
Conipnny l��y any  person   ku*   jicr-
sonp--except, lain crmv--iij strictly
irohJI'itcd.    lSmployopfi   ere sub-
��iu: Uidiiuniphiiil for all owing Bam-
By order
W. h,  COUlvSON,
General Miuia^or.
-O. H TAR BELL     *
Tu wlium it nuy coiicctni���
Thla Is to notify tlie public
tliftt nil freight chnrges on liond-
ed floods clouted at Union Huv
Cor the Comox Valley must he
paid before goodfl can bc lor ward
ed, liy order
Canadian Collieries Diinsuiiiir]
!'!N tliut at tlio next iv^ultir liici'l
iii|4 (>f tlio Hoard ol' l.it'oiiso Com.
mii'tdoiioi's of tlio Miiiiiuipality of
Cumlioi'liuul, np|ili('.iiti(iti will In1,
nido to tlio siud Hoard of Com .
iiiiB&innoi's for il.o InuiRfei- of ilio
liwiiKo for tlm pulo nf liquor by
retail in and upon tlio 'promises
known iw tlio Vcmloimi Hotel, rdt-
unto on DtiiiKtmiir Atomic', in tlm
City ot Ciiiuliuriaiui, trorn Roliort
S. KoiierlPoii to 1 volicrt McNeil,
nf tlio i-nld Citv of CnmlHii'laiid.
Diiti-d nl  CiliiilH-rliiiul,   H.   C.
���!.-!"' 1',',.!.i d'iy "? n."<i..i-���>.'." till'!,
holder of JdceiiFo
I Spo'rismens Goods
General Hardware
���WMIfll** MM :v*.m* \.{)tt--m,\Bai**��*a*t*Tk*vl7*ttlv*tm**.1W^<a*t*'iiMt**
'NOT! Civ.
"We Build Homes and Make Loans-."        i
' *' '��� ��� - *t*
t ^-.t^'t/^vuwuiiijTCi.-^/:^ ^--t r*"*^*^"-���*,-*>"���-*'���*'-�����"-^^^���������������"���^���-"^a*^ .����.��A*/jr-iMi
rreighr, Wood aud Coal Mauled
m >7\ t ��j ,p r> r-i .���*���,>,
S lilmSfLli
01l))l;RS TAKKN   FOR  NUT   CO.M.
{"���uywc.i'il l/iiiul Ui<t:ict,
DiHlriut of Sny wan),
TAKE NOIU'I*: U ia,(.iij*ji*,;o Bsiioln*. o"
Ncv  York, N, V., *j(.uii|i.iliiiii   ciiKiiicor,
iiiicn.lii to u)>l)l,v f( r icniin-i-Jii lo .piij- f crib-il  liimln: -('uiiiinonoli'i- nt,
DisLiiot of S--,vfliiri?. ���
TAF-Ca'^VOTlCligtli.-t ll.nry AKrci-l
Uo s, of Now York. Nn��v Vurk, oic:iL>uti-
oii-cloiitiiciim, into* i.s lo z\>\Ay f> rp-.Miis
\!(*in to (.iiirurisKVi tn Iilll'iilljli-O t,*'i(! fol'.O.v-
lug (leccri'-u'il lii'id :���-t'oiiiuioncia*- ut n
pent plmilcil iu Uiu'JkduI.Ii oust oir.cr ct
tlio nm ill ��('���*������. iimirli'i' of lit CS;), iliBiioi*
���tO chni ns ciist, tV.ev.uo -11) ������h.nn*i roilh,
thouco *t0 i!'ui;is*.u**> I, llifiliu* 'W chiim-
Miutli lo i*. iiit . f ei.in i ciu'omeut cumia-
'ui'j HiO.vre-i iiioie.i'i' I bs.
IllCNKY AIjKUSI)   Mi:.--:-*
J' ������' .---i* M. (.iisliin , Ayeiit,
Datul June IN I/', l'JI'-'.
SnyviTl Lv il Didtrift.
Di.r'r o oj .Sa.s w.iiil,    ���
TAKK NOTM-'l*:   thai  Willi im  John
Si.ll-.vtii,  New Ymi', N,. Yi,   ou(!i)iuit:on
u'crl:, inloiulii lu-'pl-ly  (<ir (lenni n'on  t. -
I'lii'tiiiiii'O thti full ii ����� in*'  Uio fullowiui' duH-
li     pOHl
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it   "��� '.v !���'   ���������) :-xz- -*_r'.   '- ���������*���������*? ���������>������*-vi������-rt=Jt.^-������j*������^>-������1-1*-..rr.  JufcMhu-i-'-L-W*-^^  THE  XEWS. CTTMBERLATvrb, "J?, c  MWTt~Wi  hMAMm  yyy^y '^$yxyyy  Wwm$y  (9  FIGHT ON  EDGE OF PRECIPICE  [fl  ������1 *)J������  SCOTT'S EMULSION  roves the quality of breast  ..it supplies the material  -im-  milk  bone  and muscle ��������� if scanty or thin,  it makes it rich and abundant.  ;"; For bottle babies a few drops  of emulsion with ever)' feeding  produces marvelous effects���������  makes new, firm flesh and ruddy  .health.  SCOTTS EMULSION is the.  criNiivi-of the purest cod liver oil  delicately emulsified into tiny  particles resembling maternal j  milk and each panicle is coated  wiih glycerine���������no alcohol or  stimulant���������a wholesome, nourishing, strength-making food. ���������  Mothers everywhere are en-  Ihusitislic alwut Scott's Emulsion.  Insist on getting SCOTT'S.  Scolt .t Itavviie, Toronto, Ontario 12-61  Officer Bites Through Artery In Wrist  of Soldier and  Latter Collapses.  Geneva.���������Recently a terrible strug-'  Sle oa a mountain pass, near a precipice of 3000 feet, has taken place' on  the south slopes of the Berntnarango,  between an Italian officer and a private,  Anjtalian custom house patrol, un-  .tier tfie command of Lieutenant Roc-  cia, _>vas visiting tho Alpine posts in  tho Valteline on tho Swiss frontier,  when the qilicef had to reprimand a  soldier named Celi. This man determined to have revenge.  When the patrol'-was away on other  (duty, Celi attacked his officer on a  lonely Alpine pass and attempted to  throw him over tho precipice. -A long  strugglo followed, lho men being of  about equal strength aud unarmed.  The ofllccr, to save his life, bit  through an artery in the wrist of his'  subordinate, who collapsed, owing to  the loss of blood. Soon afierward  the patrol arrived, and carried Coll to  a hospital ia the valley, where he recovered.  The military court, which has now  tried the enso at Milan, took Into consideration the sufferings and former  good conduct of t.he soldier, and above  all the refusal ot his officer-victim to  prosecute, and sentenced Celi to six  mouths' imprisonment.  For Croupy. Children  - Keep 'Nerviline' Handy  It  Positively Bring* Children, Out of  Danger and  Relieve* at Onco  A' Mother Telia  Her  Experience  .  "Bringing up young children haa Its  responsibilities under tha best of circumstances," writes Mrs. E. G. Fa-  gan, of Holmes' Corners', "but croupy  colds add considerable to tho worry.  Liy little family of four all went  through the croupy era, but I always  had Nerviline on hand, and never felt  nervous. I just followed the directions, and I can tell you that nothing  1 know of la surer to euro croupy  colds,than Nerviline.  vigour homo, wo uso Ncrvillno frequently. For cold in the chest, pleurisy, hoarseness, etc., it is simply wonderful. My husbaud uses it for rheumatism, and I often employ it for neuralgia and sick headache. Nerviline  has so manv uses Uiat no mother can  afford to be without it."  The largo family size bottle, which  sells at 50c, Is the most economical;  trial size, 25c. Yonr storekeeper or  druggist sells Nerviline, which is prepared bv Tho Catarrhozone Co., Buffalo, N.Y.  Paris.���������  ages has  CALLS MAGISTRATE A COW  Peril of the Kiss  An action for $10,000 dam-  been brought before the  third correctional court in Paris by a  young woman who declares that she  contracted germs of insanity when her  fiance kissed her.  Most Deadly Insult One Can Offer to  Paris Policeman  Paris.���������The most deadly insult one  oau. offer a. French policeman "is to  say lo him:' Deilh to Uie cows.  A few days ago in the Rennes appeal  court .M. do Saviguon Larombiere, the  judge explained to a. policeman that a  cow was a noble ahd beautiful animal,  and therefore its name could not be  .considered a term of opprobrium. The'  next day a vagabond who came tip on  appeal before M de Savignon Larombiere had his original- term of imprisonment doubled'. On hearing the sentence ihe prisoner called the judge an  . old cow.  Immediately the judge, forgetting  his philosophic defense of a few'days  before, ordered lho vagabond's term  of imprisonment to ,,be further increased by liv.e years for insulting  him.  The Judge (to the accused)-- The  lady whom you kissed against her  ���������will is ready, not tp press for a conviction if you ask her pardon and express my .regret.. ������������������ .������  ���������A"WUB&d������������������{���������to~tin&���������* pjetl-y-T-prosGCUtPix-)"  ���������Yes I humbly ask your pardon, but  as a trut.liful man I cannot honestly  sxpress my regret.  CAN LAUGH AT  LIFE^MINOR ILLS  SINCE     DODD'S     KIDNEY       PILLS  CURED  HER  KIDNEY DISEASE  VISITED  THE  WRONG   GRAVE,  The Reason Why  Dobhins���������I say, old fellow, you nre  getting thin since you retired from  business.  Tobbins (ex-coal-dc-alor) ��������� That's  right. You sec, I don't weigh as  much as 1 did.  ���������Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  Candidates for,the Flitch  London.���������The    committee   of  the  "Duntiuiw PI iich of Bacon trials have  decided lo hold the ancient court on  August. Bank holiday. Already ono  couple have written asking to he a!-  jnwed to s-ta ml'their trial for tho matrimonial prize,  Pilgrimage by Motorcycle  London.���������Several Irish priests pro-  poRo milking a pilgrimage to Lou riles  2iy mnloreycle, says The Motor-Cycle.  I'lioy intend to land In France, Help  lo tlie Pyrc'iur-an town' and return to  the coast via Paris.  Thousands Have Been Helped  By Common Sense  Suggestions.  V/omen BiiJTcrln-rr from any form of -fo-  m:i!o illrf nro invited to communteuto  (irom ptly wi th t he woman 'a private corro*  upondenco department of tho Lydia li,  I'inkham Medici no Co., Lynn, Muss.  Vour loiter will bo opened, road and  nnawerod toy n woman nnd held iii strict  coiiridnnci!. A woman can frooly tulk of  her "prlvnto lilm��������� to u worming Uun has  heon efllalili'ihed n confldenuul corro-  ���������"���������k-iijiIoiipu which li mi extended over  many yi;:tr.i nnd which has never been  broken. Novcr Imvo tlioy published a  toHtisnonlnl or lined n lottor without tho  written consent of tho writer, and novir  hau the Comvnny allowed theso confidential letters to Ret out of UiolrpoGscsoioD,  an tho hundred** of thousands of tliem ia  their filoti will nttost.  New Brunswick Woman Tells How  She Was Rescued from III Health  By the Twin'Remedies, Dodd's Kidney Pills and Dodd's Dyspepsia  Tablets. o  Negnae, Allain P.O., N.B. (Special).���������Mrs. Joseph G. Savoy, a well-  known resident of this place, whose  ill-health lias been a matter of much  concern to her friends, is telling ot  the cure she found for all her troubles  in Dodd's Kidney Pills and Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets.  , "My health is fine' now," Mrs. Savoy says, in an interview. "The  pains arc gono from my" side and  back, and when I go .to bed I can  sleep..' Before I started using Dodd's  Kidney Pills and Dodd's . Dyspepsia  Tablets 1 couid -not- eat anything  ���������heaTy-^nch*���������a-s~nyeirtr"b"uir"Tio-w-~I~cair  cat practically what I please with no  ill" effects."  Mrs. Savoy was In a generally rundown' condition and her cure came  about by using the natural remedies.  Dodd's Kidney^Pills cured and invigorated her kidneys, thus purifying her  blood and improving the circulation.  Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets insured  proper digestion of her food, thus furnishing ihe body with the nutrition it  required. Women with healthy kidneys and sound digestion can afford  to laugh at the minor Ills of life.  POLICE   IN   RAID  WITH  SHIELDS  Curious Blunder Made by Officials of  *     Rural Cemetery In England  London, England.���������A remarkable  burial scandal has beon imported to  the home secretary. Mr. (Jaunt, a  prominent resident of Beestonyneai  Nottingham, who''died in, Decembei  last at the age of 63, was buried-in  the local cemetery, which is under the  control of the Beeston urban distriot  council. It was noticed at the time  by several of the "mourners tliat th<  wrong grave had been opened, but to  avoid a scene nothing was said until  later in the day, when members of the  family interviewed the sexton. He  declared that the Caunt family must  have been.attending the wrong grave  for* the last sixteen years.  ��������� A few days later a Mr. Daniels visited a cemetery to lay a cross o'nMiis  son's grave.* Ho discovered that.it  had been disturbed and that a stranger's body had been buried there.  Failing to obtain satisfaction from the  cemetery authorities, he approached  a committee of the Beeston "council  and he, too, received the reply that he  must have been attending the wrong  grave.  The question was raised at a meeting of the council and the chairman  stated emphatically that no,.error had  been made. He admitted "that in  booking the numbers had been mixed  up, but declared that there had been  jio^UsialaLaLthp_c<xmeteryJ, A_tiireat  tov write-to the home secretary caused  the authority to reconsider the matter  and saddling the, blame for the scandal  on a former sexton, the council at a  secret meeting decided to petition the  home secretary for an exhumation order.  . Mr. Twigg, the former sexton, who  is blamed for the blunder, slated in an  interview t.hatho error had been mado  so far as he was concerned, but suggested that at mowing "time a plate  may have been placed against the  wrong grave  Armed With Bombs They Lay Siege to  Villa tt. Capture Noted Bandit  Parte, France:���������The prefect of police waa advised recently that it had  come to th������ knowledge of the criminal  Investigation that Lacombe, the notorious bandit accused ol tho murder of  a ticket collector at the station of  bes Autjraia, and leader of the gang  which attacked the fiostofflce at Bess-  onB and killed the postmaster, had  been seen within the last week at Put-*  eaiix, Siireanes, and Franconville, three  districts northwest of Paris, and that  he was believed to be in hiding in ono  of these suburbs.  At the Paris headquarters the night  was passed ia extraordinary preparations. AI. Totiny, head of tho municipal police summoned all his available men and distributed arms and  ammunition. Ten inspectors were'  provided witti tho new bullet" probt  shields and heavy revolvers and a dozen policemen wero dispatched to the  municipal laboratory whero hey wore  equipped wiih asphyxiation bomb^  bundles of straw, mattresses and other  materials for covering an attack cm  tho bandit's stronghold.  Tho detectives and policemen with  Uie shields and poisonous Damps, in  all a force of 192 men, left by train  from St. La-tare. On arrival at Put-  eaux the attacking forces were divided  into two sections, ono led by M. ��������� La-  pine and the other' by M. Hamard. The  railway stations' of Putejuix and Sures-  nes .were occupied by armed guards.  It had been decided first to Btorm a  villa at Puteaux, the residence ot a  pork butcher samed.Bouby. At daybreak a number of policemen -with re*-  vol vers in' their'liands approached the  villa and surrounded it. The attacking force, protected by tholr bulletproof shields, tlien rushed the garden  doing much havoc to the -flowfer beds.  A summons to opea in the name of  the law brought the -pork butcher's  wife to the door; '' She denied all  knowledge of the bandits, but as the  nolice did not seem to.'believe her she  fetched her husband. Her statement  proved true and the police army returned crestfallen to Paris.  "Little Joe (reading)���������What is a fictitious character, aunty?  Aunty���������One tliat is made up, dear:  Little Joe���������Then you are a fictitious  character, aren't you," aunty?  London.���������A special notice Issued  by the Oakley (Bucks) Hunt requests  that lads and gentlemen will not follow the hounds in motorcars.  WORMS  "Wormy,"-that*3 what's the matter of "em. Stomach anl  Intestinal worms. Nearly a3 bad aa distemper. Cost yo*  too much-to feed 'em, I.ooU bad���������aro badi Don't phyaSa  "em to death. Spohn's Cure wilt remove the worms. 1mprov������  the appetite, and tone 'cm up all round, and don't "physic.****  Acts on glands and blood. l"ull du-ectiona.with each bottl****,  and sold by all druggists. , ,  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists,       . Goshen, Ind., U.S.A.  AERIAL TALE AMUSES GERMANY  Ridicule Evoked by Sensational Article in British Technical Journal  BerllnA Germany .���������The statement  published* in the Engineer that the  German*navy had adopted and was secretly completing a number of deadly destroyers, furnished with an aerial  gun capable of destroying dreadnoughts, causes considerable . amuse-"  ment here, especially in naval circles,  whero it is relegated to the.category  of phantom airship stories, tales of  army corps disguised as German waiters in London.  Needless to observe, tho story from  beginning to end is Inherently absurd.  What is the British intelligence department about, what aro our naval  attaches and the naval ^attaches of  other powers about it this extraordinary vessel has escaped their notice?  Thousands of people in this country  must know about the vessel if it waa  planned; and it presupposes a colossal piece of duplicity on the part of  Ihe German" admiralty, which is unthinkable.  .  This fairy tale has often cropped  up in' former years. The press hero  pokes" great fun at the idea. One  journal says the 'Engineer' forgot to  'mention that by prossing a button the  vessel could-be transformed into an  aeroplane. Another points out that  summer is the proper timo for such  stories���������summer,, "when the sea serpent and 'th* gigantic gooseberry  flourish.  Marlon Bridge, C.B.. May. 30, '02.  I have handled MINARD'S LINIMENT during the past year. It is  .always the first Liniment asked for  here, and unquestionably the best seller of all the different kinds of Lini  ment I handle.  NEIL FERGUSON^  WRONG MAN  RELEASED  A Hideous Fix  A���������I am in a hideous pickle.  B���������How so?,  A���������T have not got. anything to oat,  and all I've got to pawn are my false  tooth, and if" I pawn them and  buy something to eat then I can't eat  it. I never was in .such a hideous  fix in all my life.  On the 1rnin out Moilford way, Sub-  bubs got inlo conversation with a  stranger, who remarked: I see you are  putL'ing up a good many now buildings,  Yes, answered Subbubs; now buildings aro lhe only kind wo put up.  Twelve Drowned In Wreck  ITulI, Kiiglancl,���������Tlio   trawler,   Admiral Togo, was wrecked off Reykjavik, Iceland.    The   crow   of   twelve  were drowned,  PILES CUnED IN C TO M DAYS  A^V,,.i1.,,,,,Sli!hJ ,wl" '���������Pl'iind money If TAKO  DIN 1 MliJNT falls to euro mi}1 chwo of Ttuli-  In-,', lilinil, lllocdliiK or rrotiudiiis nio*  In ii to ll iliiya,   coc,  Long Range Airships  Berlin.���������-Great nullus of action,  rather llian r*poc-il Is, according to a  fitiiloinuil by Admiral TirpiU In tho  I'l'lchslas i(j bo the chief rofiuirrmont  of the German admiralty in their plum  fnr tho development of tho naval air  Hoot.  SOCIALISTS  SCORN   KAISER  One Calls Him nn Amateur Sailor, Unable, to Command a Fleet  IWH11, Germany,-.-The kaiser's act-  IvItli'H nn a sailor wern bitterly attacked by tho HoelalUlH In lho rolelmlag  (luring the iliseunslon ol lho uiiviil estimates,  It was proposed by the govorumont  Hint $:!,G00.000 Hliould bo upent on rebuilding Ilio royal yacht Holionzollcrn,  on the ground that tlio vessel, which  wun built In 1890, Ih now old and not'  lixurlous, fast or tmf,u enough for pre  Out of tho vast volume of oxperionco  which Uicv hnvo to draw -from, it ia moro i "7w;.'y;"j;vn',;.,, ni-* ^m.,m..i  timniNmiblo that Uicyposouca tlio very | (l|| [Uo vvn])mxi declaring' that"Uio  uiuivicioJ iiixuaJ hi j������������������r t,^j. an-jIu-I naval uriiiiiiiitt'H tuok iuu* cousuleni-  in(?is a-ila-il in return cxirept your j'ooa i lion only warships und not pleusuro  will, nnd their ndvico has helped thou..! yachts for lho kalsor.     If the "kaiser  Prisoner Escapes by Answering  Name of Another Man  Paris.���������A clever escape from prison  has just been made by a man, named  -Cha;m'Deau,-_W-ho_w.a3__dc.tainedlat_the_  Sante Prison.,      .    -  lie was placed'In a cell with other  prisoners, including a man named  Bruteau, who was about to be released.  A policeman went to the cell and called the name Bruteau. A man stepped  lforward, was taken to the office, and  after signing a paper in'the name of  Bruteau, was set at liberty.   '  Next morning the real Bruteau applied for his release, and the ruse was  then discovered. But instead of getting  his   release,   Bruteau  has  now  A $30.0,000 WHALE  in   Huge  800 BABIES  MARRIED  Quiet  Glven^ Sweets to Keep   Them  During the Ceremony  .  Bombay'.���������Four hundred wedding!  were celebrated simultaneously at Sup-  at among members of tlie Lewa Kua-  bi caste. T   y  None ot, the brides were over 11  years of ago, tho majority being from  1 to 7 years old, while tho bridegroom* '  varied from 3 to.,5).  Most of tho contracting parties sat  or lay on the laps or their parents during the 'ceremony, and were, givea  sweets to keep them quiet.  The caste only celebrates wedding*"  every teu or twelve years,   .  Only tho uninformed endure tho  agony of corns. The knowing onea  apply Holloway's Corn Cure, aud got  relief.    - ���������'  Help to Suppress Opium  Pekin.���������The National . Antl-opiuia  congress, with a view to assisting  China-to suppress the opium trade*,  will appeal to the Young Men's Christian. ,and ' .Missionaries societies  throughout the world to ^open funds  for the purchase of as large a portion  as possible of the opium stocks at tha  treaty ports. The stocks* widl bo  burned.  At the close of his talk before a  Sunday, school the bishop invited  questions. '"   ' .���������;'  A tiny boy with white eager faco  at once held up his hand. Pleaso  sir, said he, why was Adam never a*  baby? ' '   ,  The bishop coughed in doubt as to  what answer to give, but a little girL  the. eldest ot several brothers and  sisters, came promptly to his.aid.  Please sir, she answered, smartly,  there,-was .nobody to nurse him'.  What sort of a chap is old Squanop?  . Well when1 you hold out two cigars  to him- to offer him his .choice, he  takes both.  been  charged  with helping his  cell  MrT Daniels declared his intention,companion to escape.  to see the matter righted, even if it  cost him all he had,  So great Jias been tho shock to my  wife, he said that even now she has  not fully recovered from it.   It has  brought back  sad  memories of our  loss nearly twenty years ago .  A married daughter   of   the   lato  Mr. Caunt said: It has cut us all up  very, much to be told-that for so ma p.m  yoarri wc have been attending a grii-'Q3  that is not our mother's. We are all  ���������jriiYinwd that an   error   hai   bo en  made.  PREMIER   IN     SCANDAL  *nK* Vt\\   fwf'ff J/)  m,'^M$M  >t'!.-.������. i.yur.::.-iV^  this 'jencroug  of iwfllslancn.   Ad  ���������]tv3a Lydiu 13.1'ink  hum Medicino Co.  (confidential) Lynn,  M&h-i. ~"- '������������������'���������*��������� l>~~Air.>---1l4  Every tvomfut ought to Imvo  Lyilia I'!. I.'lnltlifnn'rf JflO-pii^o  'X'xt Jlookt Jt la not a hook I'or  general distrihufiou, m f* I-��������� too  oxpcoHlva. Jt In iVeo noil only  oTifalnnfjlo.lby mall*.  Wrlto Io:  It toiI.'V.V.  vv. N. v. 912  it hlniHcll'  A until cr Snrlallst nioinbnr went  further, declaring llmt the kaiser was  uit*Tly unfit to command any naval  m.'iiiiMiver, never luivlnj: p.tSKOil any  ���������.������������������.���������nil*.'-.'!,'..'.!'!'! ur to.:t. Mo wan mcrolj  nn amateur sailor.  Admiral Vf.n TlrpH*', the mval mln.  J.-li-r, jiiiit''.sted warmly ngaliiRt the  j last np'T-fh. Ilo declared tlmt the  l.ni.-fr'.i IriKuvlnU-r* nf naval mntler*-.  ' v,*:i:i ('fiiiipl*-'*-', nn ho had fifton Imd  ! rea-oii to iisfcrinin pr-rH'iii'tlly during  1 tin- In.-.: '.Tni'v-fi*.'** your?.  I T!n> iru'.i rniinvir-" propi-i.*..*-.! war. flu-  j ally mli-pii-il I.i rplt-**��������� ot lho  [ 0|ij*!> Hlei!*-,.  Alleged to Have* Spent State Funds  for Election Expenses of Party  Vienna, Hiingnry.--nerr Von Lu-  kii.es, the Hungarian premier, Is involved in a political scandal which  may turn out disastrously for his cub-  luot. Deputy Desy, former under secretary, in a speech mado publicly, accused Doctor Lukacs of having used  4,000,000 kronen (which tho government had to receive from a Budapest  bank) for tho electoral purposes or  his party. Uo mado statements which  were intended to show that Doctor Lukacs carried out somo busi'icw* iu  which ho personally made somo unfair  profit,  Doolor I'ill* nc b sued IiIh accuser, but  nt tho trial the court allowed tho defendant to bring 'evidence only concerning the alleged fact of unfair personal prollt, wlillo ovidenco offered  with regard to tho alleged political  corruption of tho promlor was not admitted.  Thin caiiB.irt great Indignation  nmong rtcfendnnt'ii lawyers, who ro-  fiiflpd to plead nml left \Mo court,  Deputy De-iy was sentenced to ono  month'** imprisonment and a fino of  COU kronen for libel.  Tho affair Is causing great agitation In Hungary, and various ministers  ot tlio fornior cabinet, Count AndrasHy  Appnnyl nnd Aldnr Zlchy publish a  Hlfitomcnt. to tho effect that thoy accuse Doctor Luknos of bavin?** used  four niUUoii!*, belonging to lho stnlo  oxchoquoi1 for.-tlw electioneering pur-  Ji0r-*.i*i oi hia pali*. ,  Mum, ran you do Bomothlng for u  flufforor In tho war of tho HaIIca.iiH?  In what, manner did you suffer'!  I was proofreader on a dally paper.  f'lr- Tin1. J'O'v Ao ] !'!iAu' ^'O'.i lei'"  mo?  Ho���������Why, I enn't "deep at nights  thinking nf you.  flho���������That proves nothing. Pa  can't Bleep nt nlghtn thinking of you;  but I hardly think It Is lovo.  Icurln;'tliemi;;i wl*,!\ Men.  liliU's,   TUiulio'M-'UI  a Hu lirofii,  'iUnv about four hone* f   Wliy not cct ii YMl'.e ol  ICeniSairs  Spavin Gura  tint Iii rail ta euro cntr* al CuiV, (Ipuvlii, Splint,  ftlufliane,   non/   t'.rowlhi er -_  Umnirii'   Irom    l> r u I ��������� 11 /""������������������������-^     '/���������  or   o I h i r   r.muit     'I hou. ' *"���������     ^^*-  ���������milt nl other I'jrni'ri in doing li-lutn Uen iloinj It lor  orcr 35 VfAll.    It'l lho ol.t,  tile. rtinnJy yon run dc|i������n.l  n,   Crt J IwHn it onre ������n.l  Kelmwinnili It will '*���������*"> er  pmke (or ymi,   .fl (lni<7-  (/s.'ufln/ioir/iv'l/orfri.  Ailc ynur  ilru-jo:������l lor  L U-vol:, "Timlu on till  oiwi," or wille lo  ON.nJ.KCNDAU.  COMPANY  Kntiburc F������H������,  Vormtnt.  *  Half  a  Ton  of  Ambergris  . Monster's Carcass .  * Wellington, N.Z.���������What is described as a record lump of- ambergris (a  secretion in .the bodies .of.whales re-  sulting from disease")" lias been, discovered by Captain Larsen,tof the steam  whaler-Norvegia. Ambergris, which  is sometimes found floating iu the, sea  is highly Valued as a basis in perfumery.  An enormous whale was harpooned  by a boat's crew aud nearly half a  ton of the precious substance was taken from its body. An expert chom-  ist has pronouncedsit to bo real ambergris and worth about $300,000.  A Remedy for Earache.���������To have  tho earacho is to endure torture. The  ear Is a delicate organ and few care  to deal with it; considering it work  for a doctor. , Dr. Thomas' Electric  Oil offers a simple remedy. A few  drops upon a piece of lint, or medicated cotton and placed In tho ear  will work wonders in relieving pain.  London.���������Applications for increases  ot wages by carters and laborers made  nearly twelve months ago were dealt  with by tho Macclesfield town council, recently.  Do not be misled ,*-  Ask for ���������PERRIN'S" Gloves  and look for the trade-mark.  Massage at the Workhouse  London.���������Lamboth  guafdlaiiH   propose to establish a massage department at tho workhouse infirmary.  Attacked by a Tame Lion  Rome���������Tho young lion which Princess Radzlwlll recently took to a factory fancy dress bull iu a chariot was  being taken out for cxerclao on a  lonsh in tho Zoological Gardens* recently, whon It got looso. Tho animal (sprang on tho infant son ot Count  .Uachl, a former Italian minister at  Buenos Aires and lnillcte-d a serious  wound on the boy's forehead with Its  claws.  Pair Maid���������I won dor what causes  tho night of time?  Hi'llliant Young Man���������Tt Is probably  urged on by tho spur ot tho moment.  Perrin's Gloves  are famous for tlieir  Style, Fit and Finish,  Cloves that aro MOT stamped  with olthor tho trado'tnark  or th* name "Porrin'a Mako"  aro not tho genuine.  MM*  -aw  JtMSJlfMllI.���������i  COWAN'S  ^"COCOA  Well Named  Whnt'A that you call your miiio?  1 call him Corporation, uiij-wi.-re-d lho  old colored man.  How did you como tf> give hum such  a iifirnp?  V um i.tudyln* do nnlmul and' r-'rullr*.*  do paper*-.     Dat mulo gltn mo' liUine  an'  iibu.'io d.ui anything oUh- In do  I'oc'.aliiU j towiii-.liip, nn'  ������',ow uliwul  ituvm   Inn  . i own way J-xA do sumo.   *.  p    A MUSCLE-  BUILDING FOOD  Cirowln**. youngiteri work lurd.    They heed  food that ii nourlihlriil���������food  thit oatiifiei  the  hunger end digosti etu'tly,   Nothing it better for  them   thin   Cowaa'i   Perfection   Cocoa,    Ground1  from the (reilt Cocoa Beani', It hai ait the food value  of pure Coooa. -It buildi up the muioiej and mokei  children healthy and itroa*[.   ������J A cup of Cownn'i  mado with halt or one-third milk li a proporly  alineed food���������one that the moit deilcnte itomnoh,,  digeit. And it ii to delicious that it tempti  the appetite when all other lotidi fait.  YOUR (SnoCT'R  HAS V  THE OdWAN COMPANY* LIMIT*-. THE" .STEWS; "CUStBEllTJA^rD, I*. &  i'i *  **������  On (jood Luck  Trail  Good Luck In More  Ways Then One  ,   By   CLARISSA   MACKIE  that It had, lacked, on the more rugged  eastern slope.  Then all'at once he came upon tbe  gulch  DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.  HABITS  ARE TYRANTS.  DIPPING'THE FLAG.  Lcm Harrison stopped and looked j  down the narrow trail over which be '���������  had been trudging with tired, blistered ���������  feet.      * ' '        j  "I dou't'know why* they call this  Good Luck trull," he muttered, "un- !  less it is because you're, having good \  Juek if you get back alive.   1 can't J  think of any other reason." ,, I  , Ho wiped the perspiration from Ills :  heated face, settled the pack on his .'  bent back and resumed the steady. |  upward climb Into the heart of tho  Sierras. Somewhere far abovo him,  concealed'in a little gully mapped out  on a rough piece of paper lie carried  next his heart, was a hidden treasure  of gold dust. Lem Harrison's Dnelo  * Peter had been a . forty-niner and  among tho first to reach the California"  goldfields. , Ho had written letters  home of a wonderful fortuue he had  ���������massed and told in detail how the  precious dust was contained in stout  tin boxes and the whole hoard cached  In this gully until his search for riches  was ended. Then the would gather'up  all his treasure and take it down to  San Francisco. ->  , .Months after that had come news of  bis death in San Francisco, almost  penniless. His'widow, who went west  to bring back his remains, could obtain no news* of tho fortune he had  ���������written"about and the only clew"to  which was "a small, rough map found  among his clothing.. This she gave to  Lcmv Harrison's father, who in turn  bequeathed it to his son as a curiosity.  ��������� But Lem possessed the same spirit  of adventure "that had prompted his  Uncle Peter to fare forth In, search of  fortune, and after the death of his  parents lie, too, had turned liis face to  . the golden west, and tucked inside bis  pocket was the map mado by his Uncle Peter sixty years before. For several years Lem led unvaried life on the  plains.       j *  lie  had been cattleman  and prospector and trackwalker for the rail-   road���������but-tbe-Iure-of-gold-drew-hiui-  evcr farther westward uutil his"'feet-  bad crossed tbe line, iulo California,  and ho had at last set forth on a deQ-  nite expedition in. search of the gold  dust concealed by his uucle.  "If ho took it down to Frisco with  liim why did ho, make the map?" he  argued with himself atnight when he  made his lonely camp. "Seems as if  he might have found moro gold after  he hid that first lot and so he left it  , there and took the second lot down to  ��������� the city aud blew it in. I don't liko to  think that I havo been deceiving my-  ���������elf all theso years and that when I  get to Good Luck gulch I'm going to  bo disappointed, "Who knows .but  ���������somebody else lias found it .years  hack? rshnwl. I won't think anything more about It till I get there."  Loin Harrison beguiled his lonely  way with occasional monologues. As  he 'mounted higher Into tho rare upper  air of (he mountains bo'folt a groat exhilaration. In the distance were snow-  capped poiikn, mid. about him there  were-young pines tliat glistened in the  ���������sunlight. Ho sniffed the fresh nlr and  whirled cheerily,  According to his map he had another  mile to .travel before he would reach  the onirnhee lo the gulch that was his'  goal, Ho had crossed nnd recrossod a  cro'iked stream thnt latticed tiio trull  wiih llltlo runlets, nnd he recognized  Il us the sli'onni described by bis undo  mni I'l'om whoso waters had been washed lho precious gold,, in Good Luck  culch this hi ream had it's greatest  breadth.  Tliree-'iimi'tei's of a milo further and  Just as (Ik** sun wiui selling hc.Ur.cw  thiii lie wns noai'Ing his tfon). The  pines Imd thinned out, und ho had  roiiclu'd nn eminence whoro ho could  look linclc over llie (rail nnd seo II drop-  idn;; llko n sad colored siring down Lho-  iiiniiiilulti side.  "II' 1 don't llnd II," he muttered grimly, "I'll glvo this I rn 11 n now name, it  won't Kuiind llko 'good lue!*,* and It'll  ���������moll inlglily sulphurous!"  Ho wouldn't so ou nny farther Unit  night, Uo mndo ciunp then nnd I hero  no Uiat'ho might look upon lho gulch  liy (ho curly sunlight. Tho bum hnd  dropped beyond the dlstiinrpcnUs, and  there enmollio refreshing coolness of  a California night. .  A red hnr of light across his eyes  ������wol*e hlni to n now doy���������tlio dny of  Ms life. This niTlvnl nt Good Luck  pilch wns tho culmination of Ills father's dreams nnd' his own ��������� Iv-nMfih  hopes, Now ho wiih llilrty-lhreo nnd  Uio iroasiiro might ho still uncovered,  UroiikfiiHt was a hrlof inonl, nnd, with  his pack neatly rolled,'onco more lie ro*  mimed bin Journey, sllcnl, (enso wllh  suppressed excitement. The pines dis*  fiplieait-u lo give way to wind blown  roll on woods aiid rugged rocks,1 and  then (ho trull dipped down toward tho  west. He Imd passed ovor (ho summit,  ���������nd now (ho (roll led down. Ho hnd  Jost trncjc of the stream of wnler. He  wns off (ho right I rail. Where Imd lie  -missed II?  A half hour Infer he found It nr.iln  ���������ml saw that lho r.trenin wound iiroiind  tho mountain from tlio went Hide, and  It was thf.ro tlmt ho mi'.Et lool: for  ���������flood l.ui;k gnl.'h. The nlr van Mflor  ���������ud clearer here, with ������ mellowness  Helen Gould's fortune Is said to ex-  It must bo the gulch, for tho J eeed $30,000,000.  Eva Rosenbaum, aged fifteen, of Kan-  ms City, fluently speaks Russian, Hebrew, French, German and English.  6he is a night school student,  Mrs. E. G. Reniitrt of St.: Louis la  rearing her son, now five years old, in  Ignorance of the fact that at twenty-  one he Is to inherit 51,000,000.   *  Miss Mary Gray Peck has given up  her position on the faculty of a university to become press chairman of  the Woman Suffrage Stato association  In Ohio.  Miss Use Bulford, daughter of tho  Jockey,   Herr  S.  Bulford,   made  her  a'shi'uiiigmilk path audas sho i ���������ppearnnco as the first female jockey  came sho saug in a rich soprauo voice. | ln- Austria-Hungary ou the Ilakos Pa-  Lem  Harrison  watched  her,  spell-;.������<���������������������������*  race  course,   near   Budapest,   a  hound, convinced that once more ho  short timo ago. ,     .    ������  had wandered from Good Luck trail, j    Miss Vera Holme, said to be the only.  The girl saw him and, startled, stood   liveried girl chauffeur in London, has  for a'moment quite motionless.   Then' driven a car in that0ci(y for several  he approached hor, removing his hat.  | years.   -She is ablo to mako all the  "Good morning," lie said diffidently, j necessary repairs when a breakdown  i*  stream danced forth from it with glit-  teribg.points.of. flame, as if,each ono  had   been   touched ' by   fairy   gold.'  Through a narrow defile, with scarcely  a fool's breadth on cither side of the  stream, aud'thon he stood in a pocket:  of the mountaia���������a pocket that faced  westward mid Bouth and was green  and flourishing with soft, velvety turf,'(  and standing iu the midst of it was a  substantial log house with a  broad  veranda, on which were eomfortablo  chairs. .* i  A cow was pasturing near by, and (  coming across tho turf, was a young *  girl of about twenty!   In ono hand sho  swim  "I'm looking for Good Luck gulch, but  I'm afraid I've missed my way. Tor-  haps you can set nie straight,"  .  "Oh, this Is Good Luck gulch, ond  this Is Good Luck camp. That Is  what my father calls it," said the girl,  showing a row of pearly teeth iu a  charming smile! "Do you meau to  say you came up Good Luck trailV"  "Yes," he said.  "It isn't used much now. We uso *  the west trail. It leads down through j  the valleys to Piedville. There is the ;  opening." ,  She pointed a rounded arm and  showed where, facing the house, *was  a wide opening, giving a panoramic  view of mountains and valleys and  tiny villages scattered at their feet.  Lein's face was haggard with disappointment, and tbo girl seemed  quick to recognize that he was troubled about something.  "Perhaps you came to see my father?" she suggested, pointing toward  the veranda, where an elderly man  sat regarding them ciariously.  He shook his head. "I didn't know  anybody, was here. I thought Good  Luck gulch was as wild as it was sixty  years ago, when my uncle camo here to  seek gold. I didn't expect to find" any  one here."    . '    .  . "My falher obtained this placo years  ago. He took a fancy to it and staked  a'claim when he was a young man. A  few years'ago he decided that he would  like to spend his-declining years up  here on the mountain, and so.avc sold  our little vineyard below. There are  only two of us. father arid I."  "You must be lonesome,"  he said,  wondering.  "������������������We. are  occurs, having taken, a mechanical  course In a Loudon school prior to engaging in the business..  Parcel Post Don'ts.  Don't seal your package. Wrap and  tic securely.  Don't forget the name of tho sender  must bc ontho outside of the package.  Don't forget to buy an insurance  stamp for 10 cents. It insures up to  $50.'   " '  Don't' forget to mark your packago  "Fragile" wheu it contains breakable  articles.  Don't forget to mark your packago  "Perishable"-when the . contents lire  perishable.  Don't try to use. ordinary stamps.  The distinctive parcel post stamps  must be used. ...  Don't try to send a package weighing  over eleven pounds or measuring moro  -than-seventy-two Inches in combined  length aud girth.-Chicago Inter Ocean.  Changing Them Too Suddenly U Apt  to Produco Bad Results. I  Those who* form sudden resolutions  to  break off their habits, ho matter  whether they are good or bad^ may b������  laying themselves open to an illuess.     i  A mau who for (he last twelve years ;  has made a rule of spending one week ,  of his holiday each year iu bed depart- ���������  ed from the custom last year nnd for .  the" first time^througliout that period '  had an Illness which kept him from i  business.   The human body cau shapo j  itself to practically any conditions nr '  habits, but if those conditions are dis-'  continued suddenly ono is almost suro  to bc ill. "       '  .    Iu fact. It Is the opinion of a well .  known physician that any kind of habit ir-* boiiud to "hit.back" if.it bo dis- '  continued too abruptly.* No man can .  suddenly switch.off meat to a vegeta- '  ble diet, for instance, and remnin well.  Here Is a common instance of Mow  the body adapts itself to environment.  A man is kept to his bed for two or".  three weeks.   When ho gets up he linda  it (iiltieult to walk for the first day or  two.    He.puts down this trouble to  weakness,.  But his legs are not really  weaker.   It is simply that their mechanism is upset*. .      .!  De Quincey Is a notable example of  the way habits become chains, which, if  broken, bring Illness and often death.  The   farowis  writer  had   accustomed  himself to taking four ounces of lauda- '  mini a day.   He would certainly havo ,  died if lie 'stopped this daily dose.��������� ;  London Mirror.           " '���������*'*  One of the Oldest of All   Methods of  - Marine Greeting.   *  The salutation given when a vessel  lovers or "dips" its flag is one of the  oldest nnd most honorable of nil forms  of marine greeting.  This f-jnn.of salute has always been  demanded by KnglUh speaking seamen, and Its exaction hiis burned the  hearts and the powder of generations  of naval cominauders.-  In the old days for a foreign ship,,  whether merchant or naval, to enter  an English port without veiling topsails or dipping its national Mag was to  run the risk of war, although the' pro-  foundest peace existed.  Without warning or argument' the  shore defenses or a man of war would  send a round shot across the bows or  Good' '���������*. v  form  ( L___      7   ,        1  Etiquette For,the Clubwoman.  Almost every woman nowadays belongs to somo sort of club, even if jt-,  Is only a little circle of friends who  meet ouce or twice a month for bridge  or afternoon tea and mild gossip, says  Mrs. E. IJ. Clark. From such simple,  und informal gatherings the club idea  runs  all the way to the large and lux  urious clubs of rich society womon.  between the masts of the foreigner, i wiih their ningiiiiicent buildings, whero  and'if the offending flag did not in- \ every want is entered to and the instantly, come down the hxolont Intru- j lings are often handsomer tliun at lho  der was brought to her senses by being . most exclusive men's club,  raked through and through. j  .1" order lo join any kind, of club it  Such was the reccpliou accorded liy I Is usually necessary lo have a M'iend  Sir John Hawkins In the sixteen!h ecu- j who is a member. Consult this friend  turv to tho Spanish admiral "who, in'about the requisites for membership,,  lime of peace,,sailed into Portsmouth ; --ml ���������<" lho lists arc not already full rIib  sound without veiling his topsails of! will usually volunteer to propose the  lowering his flag. j������������������"������ <>f "**- <***P-���������i*ts ������"* w������l] ������*,!*������- K  Salutes aro essential matters of naval ' necessary,  etiquette and are exchanged on an elaborate code fixed by the maritime pow-  ers.  The number-of guns to be fired  under all  circumstances  is  minutely  stipulated.���������Harper's Weekly.  '.  I occur.  !    As soon as she is notified "of,her ad-  ! mission to a"club the newly mndo nieni-  i ber must at once send to the treasurer  ! a cheek for her Initiation fee and also  j the yearly dues, and it is,only courte-  Word building Is as much a piece of ' ons   also- to  .write   cordial   notes   of  carpentry as is house building; only it   (hanks to the ladies who allowed their  takes longer, sometimes a-century or' names to be used as sponsors and.also  more, and by that time,the word's first J to the friend who engineered the whole  meaning is usually changed. "��������� '! proceeding.   The.new member should  For   example,   tho   old   word   for ; nlso read carefully the bylaws of tiie  "neighbor"   was   "sib."     One's   good'club, together with the rules and regu-  nc'iglibor was  known as one's "good I latlons, so that she may not unwitling-  sccuro sponsors to second  i the applicant's name, or if .the list of  j members is complete "she will, if her  friend desires, see, ihat- her name, i**  placed on lhe waiting jist. so that it,  mav be voted upon in ease-vacancies;  CHANGES IN WORDS.     ���������  How, For Instance, "Boor" Was Transformed Into "Neighbor."  Town Topics.      "��������� ��������� ���������  That "French lawyer Is mistaken.  Americans do not put their feet on the  table after dinner, not even in Chicago.���������Boston Globe.       .   __..  A "tenants' union'' has been formed  in New York, but we await, with no  little amusement to.see what'happens  when it runs afoul of the typical New  York janitor.���������"Philadelphia Inquirer.   ,  A physician thinks" Pittsburgh's  smoke is responsible for the preva-  lencc of piieunioniaJu-.thalu'itv rllen-.  OLD TIME.TRAINED  NURSES.'  Removing and Buryirjg the Dead Wat  Part of Their Duties.  In their "History of Nursing" the authors,  Miss ..Nutting and "Miss  Dock,  quote from an article written In 1TGI  which gives an,insight into what wa3  required of the trained rTiirse in" tha  eighteenth century.'. The article says:  -"This occupation is as important for  humanity as its functions are low and*  repugnant.   All persons are not adapt-'  od to'It,, and*-the heads of-hospitals  ought.to be difficult to please, for tho  lives cf palieiils may depend upon their  choice of applicants. -Tlie nurse should  'he,patient, mild, compassionate.    She-  should console the sick.' foresee their  needs and relieve their tedium.  Tlie domestic duties of the nurse arc  ;,to light the fires' in (lie wards and keep  1 tliein; going,  (o  carry  and  distribute  j nourishment',   to  accompany  the  surgeons and doctors on their rounds and r'pitclicrs have big ears." Well, it doesn't"  ��������� '"iirterward to remove all dressings, _elc.*i   refer to ..the ulcnsil Ihat holds" water'  ; to sweep the.halls and wards'and, keep *_m. goes���������to���������tlie-^eorner���������side���������doorr  sib." This became shortened to "god-  sib" and'hilcr'to "gossip." Then the  word's whole meaning .changed and  gossip no longer meant good neighbor,  but applied to the sort of talk .exchanged between good neighbors.  ��������� Take the word "farmer,"too. The  old word for fanner was "boor."   And  ly infringe any of them.  The club member'who wants to b**-  come popular, and very few women  are averse to this, .would do well to  cultivate .what men sometimes call "a  clubbable manncr"-th:it is, she must  ncceptcourlcsies and kindnesses in the  spirit in which they are offered, have  But-it is beautiful, and  once a week we go down to I'iedville,  and there are books and magazines to  keep,ouo busy. I suppose you caina  from the east-?"  "1 know.I look like a Yankee," he admitted, smiling. "I'm from the cast,  and you will laughv'wben you;hear why  I came to Good Luck gulch."  "I shall bo glad to hear-all about It,"  she said pleasantly. "Suppose you go  over nnd talk to falher, and after i  have milked tho cow wc will have  breakfast, and then you can tell us  about it. Wc are very fond of visitors  here in Good Luck gulch."  Lem left her reluctantly and-went up  to the log house. wJiorc he made the  acquaintance of Henry Ulnlr, tlio father ot tho girl be had been talking to.  To his sympathetic car ho related the  story of Peter Harrison's golden treasure and tho long years of anticipation  concerning Its whereabouts. Ho' displayed the map, and together tho two  men studied Its faded lines.  Then they went out and mensiirod  (ho distances marked on (ho map, "II  must bo hero under this flat rock," declared Mr. Illcilr excitedly. ."Wait a  moment until I get n crowbar."  Presently he returned, niid together  they ".heaved and strained nud liiially  pried up (ho flat rock from its bed, disclosing closely packed earth under the  heavy weight.  Kloni Wlfllp culled thom in to breakfast just then, and during tlio meal  Lcm"**) story was, repented to lior In-  to res led ears.  "Isn't it, perfectly lovely to havo such  a romantic thing happen In Good Liii'l*  fiiileh'*" sho cried, "Hurry up, fnllici'l  I'm Just dying lo seo If (hero really 1.1  (roasuro under that flat rock.*'  Tlio threo of (hem uncovered (ho  closely packed (In boxes, lt was a  solemn moment when Lorn opened ono  rusted can and showed the golden dust  placed thoro sixty yours beforo by his  iiiiclo, Ilo Inslstod (lint Henry lllnlr  and ills daughter should each have n  shnro of lho iron mire, ns It hnd been so  Biifoly guiii'dod on their properly for  ninny years,  "If you hadn't slaked tills claim  somo other man would hnvo como hero  nnd found (lie gold," ho assured (hem,  nud at Inst ho prevailed upon thom (o  accept each n spinll portion of lho eomfortablo fortune ho had found,  Ills brief stop long!honed Inlo a visit,!  nnd l)(.i visit stretched Into a long j  Hny,_ Ono evening he to'd them nb'-ul  bV long and woarH-'omp trip np dm'  (rail nnd how ho Imd declared dint If  lio did not find (ho treasure ho would  wnlii'Isloii tho I rail.  Aftor Mr. lllnlr had gono In Lorn lin-  pored on the veranda near Flora's choir.  "Kvon if I lindn'l; found n grain ot i  haps, but it cannot be made to account  for .many of the, other ills to which  Pittsburgh ,is heir.���������Philadelphia- Inquirer. ".,,.-!,.  ������������������boor" later was used for describing | a pleasant.word for auy member with  whom she comes in contact and, above  all. avoid publicly criticising (he* club  officers and (lie members of the executive committees. , '���������  If sho has"any suggestion she wants  to make or real or fancied grievance to  air there are always business meetings  where such things are in order and. if.  -*iyi*operiy~pre"sejnt"e"drean���������b"en^icd7up"oDT  "the persons of the patients and "their : ������������������iMtchcr" was a slang term with some j And just here a word ot warning foe.  siii-rouiidlngs.cle'an, lo empty all vessel** ��������� slIC*i meaning as our word "chap" or! f|)e |0o energetic, clubwoman, es'pcclal-  ���������uid change the patients' Iiuen, to pre- -fellow." Thus "Little fellows have j jy.jf sj]o aspires in time lo a place on  vent noise and quarreling and disturb- j ���������,���������,, t,.*rsv j's a uIOi*e sensible rendering \ one of (lie committees or even a posi-  farmer'like or rough persons. * The  farmer living nearest to one was known  as the "nighboor," and this phrase in  course of time was twisted to "neigh-  ���������lior." ." . ���������      :  -  You've   heard   the" proverb "Little  Flippant Flings,  A Brooklyn-mau is arrested on the  charge of stealing an airship, whicli  Bounds liko a crime of the highest order.���������Wall Street Journal.  * A minister in the east has his sermons printed and sent to each s-ick  member of'his (look. That nt len'-t  should insure against any feigned illness.���������Milwaukee Sentinel.  H. G. Wells in hiis latest novel uses  .the word' '-'anyoncsocvor." A writer  of reputation can afford, to ring  changes on the 'English language in  nnyoldwaysoever.���������Lowell. Courler-CIt-  izea  suices, to notify tlie steward of every- :  thing they see which is wrong, to carry '  oiit, the dead and bury them, to light  the lamps in tho evening nnd visit the  'sick' during' the night and to watch  them continually, giving them every  aid which* their slate requires and  treating them with kindness and consideration." *"  of the provorb.-Chieago Journal.  Automobile :-Runs  Germany has scarcely more than half  as many motor vehicles as-the stato  of Now York,  Self starting apparatus for automobiles was invented many years agu.  but was not regarded as practical.  Tho public automobiles of An vers.  Belgium, must bo Tilted with mud  guards, for the protection of pedestrians.  Over 1,000,000 nuios are rcglsirred  In thqJJnltod States, Now Vork leads  with iOl.'.STO. Aggregate invuslmoni is  over $1,000,000,000.  The Cost of Living.  Another reason fcr th.- high oust of  living Is that dinner used lo begin  with prayers Instead of ooektails.���������  Cincinnati l-'iiqulror,  The woman's leagues thnt are out-  ling down food prices Imvo now .sliirt-  nd on apples. This Is n Hurl of com-  ponsiillon owed the public, ns tlio com-  blnnllou of womnn and nn tipple wiv\  (lie original causo of all high prlcen.- j  Ualllmoro American. ������������������   |  A Tradition Shattered... . '  The lady had no experience, but sho  had a lot of sense and delermination.  So when she entered the market sho  was as good as the next person, Slio  approached lhe stall of a butcher and  fell of the breast hone of a fowl. Then  she said:  "Is this a good.chicken?"  "Yes, niH'mii," said (ho markotman  confidently, ns was his wont.  '   "Then the old saying is wrong," said  the lady,  "What old saying?" demanded lho  imirl-etmnn.  "The old saying that 'lhe good dlo  young!'"-Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Blaine's First Stump Speech,  .lames 0, Hliilno mndo his first np-  pen ranee oi> the stump In the canvass  In Maine in lS.'O. lib went io [-'nr.  mlngton to hear Senator William Pitt  FcsKcnden speak and with no* Intention io speak himself. lint Mr. 1'essen-  don did not arrive on lime, nnd somo  of his Augusta friends put lllalne fur  Samuel Pepys and Nell Gwyii.  After dinner with  my  wife to tbe  king's   house   to   seo   "The   Ma.vdon  Quoene,"   a   new   play   o,f   Dryden's,  mightily commended)for (he regularity  ,of ir, and the strain and wit, and (be  trui Ij Js, Ihero is a comical part done'by  Noll, which is Plorimell, that 1 never  can hope ever to seo the  liko done  again by man or woman.    The king  and Duke of York were at the play,  liut-so groat performance of a comical  .part was never, 1 believe, in the world  before as Nell docs (his, both us a mad  glrle, then most and best of all when  she comes In liko a young gallant and  hath  the motions and carriage of a  spark lho most llmt ever I saw any  mnn have.   It makes mc, 1 confess, admire her.���������Prom the Diary of Samuel  Popys.  \ Taming ? Fo*.  ! Potch iis a rule are treacherous and  I shy, yet 1 soon found (hat Ihey re  ! sponded lo sen lie I real incut and a (foe  ��������� tlon. 1 became qulle friendly with  ! four foxes and used lo go In nnd out  ' of 'their cage several times a day. and  ; invariably look with me a handful ot  1 raisins. I found I hoy wero very fond  1 nf any sweet fruit, especially rnlslns,  ! nnd It was not long beforo (hey would  ; eal thom freely from my hand. Al first  had lo approach cautiously nnd not  i (ion as an ofllccr. It is not well, par-  i'licularly in the first year of her mcni-  j bcrship. to offer too. mauy suggestions  .���������is." to (ho running of (he club'or to  complain of the management, for by  overdoing this she may gain'nn unenviable reputation as a grumbler or  what Some people call a chronic kicker, and Ibis certainly does not add lo  any one's popularity.  ward lo lake the platform, lie likened : dure* to alli'iupt lo place my linnd on  his slliinlloii to (hut of n,runner who  had n borr-ft for which lie asked ?r-00.  A horse trader offered lilm $75 for tho  niilmal, "It's nn awful drop," said lho  funnel'^"but I'll toko II." The story,  look nnd no did tho speech dint followed,  The Voice of Evperloncu,  "DcniciMhones put a  pebble In  hli  mouth when ho urosu lo make an oration,"  "Oh, you never cm toll.   Maybe It  mm. Hut by and by I pelted (hem  a'lmo*-! as freely as I would n dug, and  Ihey censed to Miow nny fenr in my  presenco. It wns (he Mime with tho  pi-tynir-H nud Ihe lynxes or wildcats.���������  Detroit Free Prow,  Good Manners.  Hnve yon never heard the telephone*  ring impatiently, insistently, and hurried to it only to hear: "Is this Mrs.  Hrowu-s? No? Wrong number," and  the connection is abruptly brokeu-nft  apology, not the slightest inflection ot  volco or turn of speech to-indicate tbo  speaker's polito regret nt tho inconvenience sho has ennscd. She feels  that wo Ao not know who she is, nud  so grnclousnes.-*, is unimportant.  This stylo of conduct Is common Indeed. Many peoplo going inlo ;i for-  fign land or strange town boho venule-  ly, obtrusively, objoclionably-ns" they  would never dream of doing in inly  place whoro they might be recoe-nlr.crt.  Kvidendy their point of view iS' Hint  ���������lolltciiosB nnd consideration aro de-  hirable, not hecauso. they make (ho  world plpnsimter. but because they reflect credit upon lliemsolvos. Por,  tliem die decencies nnd niceties of life  nro bused not upon self respect, but  upon social expediency, nnd lho mo-  incut Mich expediency seems finm-cos-  snry they rov or I to their inmilo boor-  I.-.I1UCSS.  The, man who puis his dusty faiX  on llm plush sent In n nil I way *'Oii-'h  |(i(.*ciiii!*e no ouo who knows him Imp-  pens to bo there to condemn liim and  hceaiiKO ho docs imt cure.who cnine**  lifter him Is typical of that ntllludn  which makes llm wheels of soelul imd  Metnli and MeUphom,  "It Is most amazing,",, snid a mclnl ,  lurglil, "how lho world lellcn mi met-j civic pi-cgress move so slowly,  ills for lis metnpliiii's nnd similes. Thus,    nn nra lor Is silver longued or golden]  mouthed.   An explorer Is bronzed by j  Political Quips.  Mrs, Wood row Wilsmi mny nuikft nt-  cflllcnt enke, hut curiosity Is now focus-  rd on tho wny her husband curves tho  lite.���������St. Louis Republic, j  Now thnt congress has abolished Ihe ,  "Mr." beforo mimes In cnllliig (he mil, [  p-jili-ip;- u. um not muni if Uu' ri.'-<t i  i.f die n-.lli.n O'jjJl.s lhe {.ulliiim "Hi-it-  oriible"  before the "Mr."-Plit'.lmi'','li  Dltpntch.  Train and Track. ���������  wns Just a lo/.enjjo, (o.J*eep ill* loiy^iia ������������������Afrlcnn suns,   A resoluto clmp hns nn  from getting na dry ns ii' piece of lealh������  ' * '"' ' '  cr.   I've tried to (hr Roinp puhlly *I'lCak-  Ing myselC'-ClilcuKo lleeord lieiuld. *  ���������*������������������������������������      I   ��������������������������� M   I-I   ITW  Criticised.  Uncle Mzrn-Tliej' havo Just discovered t li si t the hunk cashier hits hnd a  wp-il- |io!'"t f"r I jr. yc:',',-:i pari. !J';:������.!o  Ultpii���������There's {'nvc-rnni'nit <-iipr.t'\i������l'H-.  fnr you! Iliinl' oxninlnor linx beon  coming hero all this timo and Just  found It out.-Judge.  Iron VIII. A sluggard mores with lead,  nil feet. An ostrich hns.n copper lined  stomnch- A millionaire bus tin, A  swindler Is ns slippery ns ipilcksllvrr.  A borrower hns bi'iiss."  ��������� , , .   Ilnllwny   trains   propelled   by   ens  gold I never could hnve called It nny. \ (l.,v0 ,,P(,n nnin|ng f0r somo dmu In  thing but Hood Luck trail." lie snid * (;0nnniiy.  ���������"���������Imply, "It led mo strnlsht to tlio Kw���������rorlni���������, ,��������� )inil,ling n new roll-  best luck I vo over Imd In this world, ro|1(, ];)r) pcr Cf,nt of (|)0 ���������nB-(lf ���������.���������,���������,,-,  Miss l-'lorn." And with n brief Rood i w.���������, ,JC ��������� ���������,,��������� ���������imicU llm, 0 ,ier CCIIt  sight he piK-wl inilde die hoiiie. brid-cs  Norn sat (hero hlonejiflrch^ M,in^'', ihe ron-lruMlm, of t  rdrr������dlio.'^sh!i.lnS,   ^cwj*g!i (|i fcn(ra,  ho had wot gn d mono j ust   I ic ., h   , ��������� '     , (e|| nt  there, w,n nil ">o roj.t of i      J ( v^,,vm )me U(n rflT,VP(, ,������������������ ,,l0  wind, to unravel   be    ������������������ u ft I r.t. y.������������������,,.,���������������������������,��������������������������� of (||# w-r MvHU ltel/  cf lovo of whk'b they hnd Ju.il fuiiud (     . .^ ,^  ilx (I;r<->::������L  Newly  DlncovurfH  Evlrffnrm  "Why do yon want n new (rialV*  "On lhe grounds of newly discovered  cvldpTH'o, your honor,"  "Wlml's tlio nntiiro of It?"  "My client dug up $100 (lint 1 dldn'l  know   he   hml."���������Louisville   Courier-*  Journal.  Th* Enjjlifli of It,  TTe-To.} havo had ������ wei'k now t������  thliiUofrmy proposal of marring*-. Sin  -Ves, nnd the moro J think" of ll llu  lr KM I (Link cf It.-Cincinnati fcu*������  ���������fgulrcr.  Amicable Adjuilment.  ''  "I it ..til .Iiv.i d'..ili...t'*i  1*J wiidiij-l.twii. j  r.ni'l. that wlu-11 v"i'r i'fi!'e;,!.iic':: wife  Iiiii n new hut I wnnt one \on." \  "Ciilm yourself, my dear. We're |  seHled It belwci'ii uh. Vou'rn ncidier I  of yon going to get oiie."-l'llegriido j  lllniier.   !  Thf Lesier Evlll *  "I hide a barber that t������lk<i -polities j  nil tho time, d-m't youV" ;  "Cnn't  sny  I  do,    I'd  rather hnre !  him  (nlk jiollih's limn hnlr tonic."���������  Wnshlnjrton llornhl.  P������r*i  Prf.it/,  "Funny, Isn't It. ��������� limit die blowing  np of s mniiholeV*  "Unxr't it funny r  "llci-puiir n mrn prnrtf.Vy blnwi np  lli i?lr**i-* "-- llfillfiufir*. Amerl'-s*.  Wh������t Is V/h.-it In Wftlilinn Cewn������.  |  Miirjorlc !���������' roIii������ to bo mnrrlcil:  What W who lo wenr7 noes fashion rnii-  irol her choice? Not In lho urbllrnry  wny It wns wont to exercise, tlmt j.i  cerlnln, Put, all tho Mime, thero K'a  vogue, nnd Mnrjorio Is loo wuiiiiinly lo  disregard It,  The lliillau rciinlwiiiu'e,dress In di*  one Hint Is the mosl fiishlnuuble uuw,  It iiinlifs n liiide lonk a great liul.v nf  in.,.-;,.n*..' titiit". tluiii tit liiy j,|i|i,iif,i tt,  vet with a hlmplc dl������iiily lii.il lic/il*  her ynnlh.  The i;iinipliioim hrnende, pntterneil In  hllver  upon  ������   xxlille  background, "t  , ,        ... I.    ... , _,.���������;!   ���������..i   ,..   I   y- '   ,'���������;.  lined with slmplU-ll}'. f<������r 11 i" f<AAt>A  llko a i-hoiuh aboiit die -nipple l������ul>  und fulU in Mrnlght liiU'H Io llie ll'i-n  vtl'liout un iii.li ef trimming.  Mnrji'i'lfj Is dark ������>f hnir riiiI l)M*- .���������  goml I'Olur,   She is w|m'. iher������'f������i'e. in  lur i-liiili-e of  t;nl.|   bnii'iulc ni*-ie���������il ������������������(,  sllvci nnd villi nnt be die llrm luiile i.������  iiiM-uici* du* -|.('. mi lini'i'iii','."'* "I  '"���������I'  "miui.    (iiie Kii'iiii npnrt f"nni die  ,,f    I , !     .   .11 [i'i I     1:11 I    I,.    '**  . lie 1^ t*. ���������' c ni '���������'' '��������� 'I " ' i' ���������������������������''���������������������������  III*!  i .ili.lil:*.  I*,  tl I I  ||.i'������   ill  Vi7i').  <   iu ii < H  h  ,(������������������!   It   r.cfr THE NEWS, COMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  W^OLiEUlTiS  tfJflliLiPAPERs     ���������  JUflGE CURTAILS  !-���������  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  .Sandwich School.  ft.TI',\V STOCK of the above .-in well assorted patterns      j  n  an.l designs at. POPULAR PRICES . LL1_���������_/      j  Our stock of  Furniture,   House-fur-    |  Beds,  'etc., - etc.   is   a ways  nisnmos.  coinplcte-and/prices the best.  Try a-Fawceti Range; they   are  ' w i     (*  alwavs satisfactory.  :���������-��������� 1-lock.  A. MciUMMOST     Cumberland  ',wy.  J.AST STI."Al.\SON TITANIC WKRK  HAOTIMK  su  A.iii'.v-lliiiKf stf'-iiiil bo   done,   lo  ii.'i-i.'pp 5,!n< v pet-nlf  who stickle  f(ii''!i"<.'d!i*-.-  iici'iir:u-y nnd so ofk'ii  ' 1  llisp'-i  t'lK;ris!ii'<i 'li.'lu-'i'oii*-* tliat  have l.'ioii^iil coiiif'oi;,! uml pleasure 1" ;i wliolo worl'i - *  "A musical dircetcr" sends the  ���������foll'-wing interesting statement to  tlie-Yorksliiro Post": .."It will  be remembered how Uie account  ���������of tlie Titanic iuuid, playing '-Nearer'my'God to Thee' as the ship  sank into tin; angry waves was  so'it 'broadcast tlirouglu ut the  worlii, as a subslanliiil I'act. Then  a rninor v.as wli'sj-icred that the  s ory was. to say lhe least, a  ���������iii-.** lit of - imagination. X,ow  comes an auihoi-itaii'.e. con trad ic-  ti i'i am! the whole aflair lias Ix-'-n  branded -by Coloi.ol Arcliibald  Grade, one of the survivor*-*, as an  entire I'abi'ieatio i.     This"has been  SEALED TENDERS, superscribed  'Tenders for Sandwick School,"  will bo, received by ihe Honourable lhe  .Mini-i'.cv of Public. Works up to noon of  Wednesday, lhe 2isl day*of- May, 1913,  forme ereciion and compleiionof a large  one-mom si liool liinuse at Sand wick, 111  the Comox Electoral District.- -.  l'lans, fiiucificaiion-i, conti-iict, unci  fonv.s i-i Tender mny be seen on und af-  ter llie ?3>d. day of Apri1, 1913, at  the cTfict' cf Mr. J iJaird, (lOvenrner.t  Aye'm, Cuiiibeiiaiid, IJ. C, Mr. R. L.  tiii'ie, Sei*rei.ii-y of School Hoard, S.ind-  wU-k. P. 0., S.inr'w-irk Ii. C. and ilie  !)c|j."utinei-.i of Public Woiks Victoria,  IS. C.  , 1 mending teivlercrs can, by applying  io ilie nndei-iij-iieil, obtain a copy of the  |tj!,uis and fpecincnuons for llie sum bf  ;cn dollars"',$10), wk-ch "ill be refunded  on ilicii re urn in good order.  Each propo-al miM be ncconipiinied  bv an accept d  bank cheque or   cerlifi-'  , ca:e of deposit  on a  chartered, .bank ot  Title of  Part    20   acres.  Ot    the   Canada, in ide pay ible 10 the   Honour-  1 j-*w mi mi *���������"-*" *r-AKJdvh������wi������ .VL������>ri(cuMUMiiMr������;-wcB  LAND REGISTRY  ACT.  In Tin; MATTER of an  appli-  , eaiiou for a   fic^ir Cettifvate  of  Tenders.will not,, be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of the tenderer and enclosed in the envelopes furn-  idied  The lowest or any lender nol nccesf-ar  ily accepted.  J. E. GRIFFITH,:,  Pubhc Works Engineer  Department.cf Public Works,-  Victoria, 15. C, April 2lsi, 1913.'  ..     ,' .'ap!2.}tomyi4  fully repoijed- iiT American pa  ] ers, I'll* nol a word (llint I liavi  seen) has been I readied by our  pre-?**. (Vi-mei Crraoio. as, I lm ve  uiiid, u-as one. ut' lhe. survivors of  tiie. awfii' ocean tragedy, and in  au'addross before lho University  ('lul>, Washington, has emphatically di uiod 1 Int. the musicians  ol tlio Titanic; phr.i-'d ������������������Nearer my  (id'l to Thee," "i* :my ollim* hymn  as the ship worn, do���������'*'". Ho says  ihat the hist inii.-ic played ,\vn/  ''riig-tiino' lntis-ic, which ceased  fully half an hour before the  Ti*:inie sank, and bo. himself saw  llie br.ndsmeii 11; row aside their  iii-vtriimriit.s realizing thut their  liim* could be much helUM* sp'-m  in helping In load tho boats,  Coliincl Clracie further shows Imw  rt'diuiildiis the' whole story is  ivjji-n he i"--ys, 'If 1 lie hiincl hud  played llmt familiar liMiin, panic  would Iihvo resulted. Fixing Un.1  iiiind** of tho pfis-yengors on tho  posi-ibility of their l������oing noarer  to God nnd    I   sav   it   rciicuislv  ��������� *  u;nuld have heon th ��������� Inst thing  wiinlfd,' Thus wo Imvo lho li-  i,ml \vit.ii<.!f.-3 to (piiut t!*.o myth of  (ho Tiiiinic Iiiind, Of c,(.nr,*-ol' it  is very uiiforlnniUo tha' >i'<:h n  nice dramatic f.*tnry i-limiM be  prieUed like a luildtlu hut truth  has i\ nn-ty Inibit uf iniirfering  ���������\\|i|i i-i-litilillMll."  Notice to Contractors.  J'AU'IP TKN'n''"*; wm< b,  SV..WW T!  received bv  ill..- iiii.Ii*r.s:gnc(l  noon  of   ������Sa* 111 day,   ,\  la\  1  md 1  1  liic*  np   lo  ���������nth, 1913, f*'V ,������������������l-,  '"telion  coinp!c'ion  ul  tl  new* I'Vitir-lioonioil Scii'ml House  ut   Cuinberlaiid,  in  tin' Cdiiiox  Klcctoral District,  }mu fiirtli-r  puriiciilavs npp'v  Tl.OMAS II. CAkKV,  Secictiirv  South Mast,corner of South A*  of  Lot 16, Nelson District.  NQTICIC is hereby given" of  my intention at the expiration of  one calendar month from lhe  first publication hereof to issue a  fresli Certificate of Title'issued  to Alexander Wain on the' 31st.  of July. 1911 aud numbered 220  F, which has been lost or de  stroyed.  , DATED at Land Registry Office, Victoria. 13, C., this 25th  day of M*'.rcii, 1913  S. Y. WOOTTON,  ,   Registrar General of Titles.  Corporation of City of Cumberland.  NOTICK is horeby g'ven tint, di? Cmrt-f  Itovbian for tlio .\Iiiuicip!,liiy of tha' Ct>  of Ciniiljiirlaiid. ������. C , will bo in hi in 'lit'  Gnunoil Cniiinbsip, on Wedufisil-iy, Mn-i  7th, 1913, ut 7.30 jj. m., lor tlio 1 uryso ui  li������-iiring and Jotorinh.i.*g co.i^l tints  againBt lhe Abscb mont KoU Tor tin j*imi  11MU. Al)c..iii|l in sunt bo m do w  ������ritiuKMul(l*-liv(.r.d t.i tlu- Oi'y Cl.-ik in  .Icoht tea olcnr i'ii)sbi-ftro the   tit.iijj-i'f  the Couit of lif-vision.  A. McKinnon*..  Oi'-y Cier",-.  Ddtca at Cun.berlanr-, E. C, ih\- '-'-id t'ny  ������f April 1913.  FOU SALK-Empire Typewriter. ' In- fii-sl-rclass coudi.iioij,.  W.i.11;' y^acrifie'e.."' Pi ice . ������,30.00.  half   cash.    Apply.  Cuinberloid  ilsener '-.Dfewm  "majgaSiai*������gg3g^t5gT>?*rH;^  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  ��������� In the matter of an application for a fresh Certificate of  Title to Lot 20, Nelson Distiict.  ���������-NO-^ie-E-is-hereby-giveii-of  my intention at the expiration of  one calendar month from the  first publication hereof to issue a  fresh Certificate of Title in lieu  oHhe Certificate of Titlo issued  to Jsematsu J\faruya on the 14th  of January 1911, and nuiubered  25269 C. which lias been lost.  DATED at Land Registry Of-  fip, Victoria B. 0., this.26th day  of March 1913.       ,  s. Y, W001T0N,  Registrar General cf Titles.  Mr \\r. J. Goiu*d,wIio him been  in town fur a Few duye, loft for bin  home at Vancouver on Wednesday  able tl.e Minister of Public Works,  for a  sin., e.qual to 10 rer cent  of llie tender,  which slvill be. forfeited if llie party len-  dering decline   ic   enter   into contract  when called upon lo do so, or if he l.ui  tn complete   the    work contracted   for. ,  The cheques 01 certificates of deposit of sown, strong   and- haroy  plants  unsuccessful tenderers will, be returned ; Apply Uobt.   "Williamson, Minto,  Ui   then   upon   lhe   execuiion   of   l'-c' ]���������*, Q, HoX-^sS;   Cuinberlaiid   H.  0.-     .���������    "���������   ; 1,7   ,*���������  ICci-'lGc-'I i-GC.  Supplied to /the Public  tU\ OIIDERS must be,given   not  later  III than 10 A.M.   to- ensure- deliver)*  li ? S I  same  day'r        'llli  iiiiiii!i;iii!i!i:iiiii'i;iiii!i:iiiiiiii!i!ii;!ii!iiiii!;iiiiiii:ii<:iiiii:;!i:;:i;iiii!!i!:i!!i:ii!^  :|:;i!!!i:i:!l!i!:;!;illil!!l!!:ii!;!;!i!lalll!!!!!!i;i!!!;  GIDEON HICKS  'GQMPANY'J  "' EORSALI-:���������Cabbage plant?;  early, second enrly, and late;'fall  contract.  MAROCCH.I BROS   '^  GROCERS   &'   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF,  CUiVIBERLAND   BOTTL'NG  WORKS  Agents for Pilsener-Brewing Company's HEKR  s* Wholesale Dealers-in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  GOVERNMENT ST.  " '���������"._'   VICTORIA, li, C.  . "   Complete Stock of .'���������Ye-.Oldo Fi'nuc"'  ���������Jjn-fl-^iMi  (CO  *  v  th  Pi  IV l  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Otsrans  Ch  --Victor Victrofas,  The lire brigade w.i-   culled onl  on Wi'dnorday Hvoning ioufiro  nt  Mr. Lookurd'** neideoce.  Tho diim  ago win? slight.  Vjcloriu, May C��������� P>i?hop B I-  ward Cridgo died tliii? mnrnirig at  5 o'ejuok, a 1 lho iidv*i������iiccil ngo of  U5  to  Koard of School Trustees  Fr.itcr Watson arrivnd home  from Vancouver on Wednesday.  Dohy Sonifcivillciuso urrivod ho.ne  on   WcdneBiluy.  ������������������Slridi'iry,'' uaid LViviito Mui'-  pli'y, up l.'efori! the i-*erg.miit for  t'Miuiiiifitiuii, "is whin yiz don't  mi the iiiiiuy dinlicuvui- ihat yo  nre out ov mniiuisliuii, hut knpo  on tlriii'!"  A young Scottish clerk, applying for au appointment, pre*"  euted hiii ci'cd-entials fuel in 5; sure  tha' ihey must meet with approval. The employer to whom  the application was mado, a dry  uiu Scol.iiu.iii, lead t!ic papeiu  carefully, and then .ouked over  his spec-tuck***** at the young man.  '���������It's a vera proud tiling for ye  to hru- this ri'r-iiMiini'iidiiiion from  .he niti'iij.������.tc*r nud the Sunday-  school tencher," said he, "and  '.is in \our favor Ihat ye're a  .Scottish :ad; but I'd like  wee)  SEOOTNfD   STREEl  ' *  * r. ' -     *  t ^ramopnones ano icecoros  WRITE'EOR CATALOG AND PRICE LISTS; '" '  .   ���������   Convenient Terms of Pa'vmeut Arranpcd. -  rf ���������  r*  809 GOVERNMENT.STREET,   Opposite. P." 0.. VICTORIA, Bi C  o$  t**trjtji war^wa  THE CANADIAN BANK  ���������       OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remittm-*** small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any ,bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and iti tbe principal cities of the United Slates, are issued at  the followinir rates:  $5 find under ,    3 cents  Over    5 and uot exceeding $10   0    "  "     10      " " 30 10    "  "     30      " " 50 15     "  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  8.0  should be made by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS ond  MONEY  ORDERS.   Ioauod without Aolay at reuBonablo rates.  Don't f^ead This I  Unless it Conee^ns Voa.  JB������ COMOX CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY ������ - m  Ox Beet   BEST QUALITY ONLY Daily Fed Pork  _ S l'Ei; I ,US  Til IS W KK IC   11 wiiii Curo.l IV.ipon���������iHimmiUt'il 20c a ll>  I'litRtorB A 1 Q'liility, \wr iyu.li..  IV-nt flmnlin'l Beon 25op r Ib Cinr-t- por mul". ...  Oo n\u* W.l til a*** Jiieon '28o -por lb Kiitfliuli Wli'tn Turr,ii*ii    Very tb'ti VtfHtttl Apjiii* . .$1,613 pot* l-ox  Onbbiif������*������, Km ah, vt Iu.  H������no-He.tQuiilily  'JOopo lb llu ibu, l'o-li, lowu-tt mnrJ.ot \>i\o.o   ,91 (10  . I ..'ill  , Lio  rxj  \'e\y lV*r*t Vmml AmiIwi . .$1,615 per l-ox Cubbm,'-*, Ki  HuMQ-lte.tQimlity 'jr������ po lb llu ibu, V<e  Hom������-Miul*iMi������-������Mi'tt'., '.Tjopm 1') ShIhiO's I'rcnh, loivuit mnrlcot jii-iiro,  Oiuoi h���������tlio best (I Ibi for 215c Loonl I'rOHh Kwdt*... .^r>*J Am; 'A Ao/, lijl.liil  Orders by Phone Promptly Attended to. Phone 25  UWVnMKM  t\t*W^,ami*r**WfVII^***tna^,��������� ���������,���������. , ,^������*m*\.*yat***WKNtKr%ll*\'a*(������������������*���������     ���������������. ^rmJIfVl*  -p-������������,     ,������<^11W>i  I-i  raiiiiniKKDiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiBiiiRaiiiiiiaiJiiiL-iw^^^^  rriniw n wil- i ��������� mu r mm \m.\������ 11  ^niiiioiiiiiiiih-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiuniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK  i!ii'j!iiiu-ir.i:a i:iii!ii;:i,*;:,-  I  Capital Paid' Up $11,530,000; ���������'   * .*. ' Rocorvo $13 000,000 SJ  i he *Royaf:.Bank ���������"of0 Canada.  I'I  1 DIlAKTo   lddUED   IN   AXY������ CUR11KNGY;'.   PAVAHLE   ALL ti  | "��������� OVEU    THE    WORLD.  | SPECIAL-.ATVKNTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS A in'tero-u *j  g    ul hi{.'liePt. Oiirrt-nt line's allnwcd on iJi-jKi.-it** of !jil nud upwards;  q CUMBEBLANT*", B   0., Biarnch, Opou Daily. .  fl UNION WHARF, B. 0.,   Sub-Bruch, Opon Thursdays  I D. M. MORRISON,' Manflggr.  | ("OURTISNAY,   B.O,    Brm.-.ch,    Open Daily.  | - y,  R. H.HARDWIOKE, Manager.  ^!iiiiiiii!!iiiiiii!>i!:iiiiiiii!ii::!i>i:!ii!������iiiiiiii;!iiii!iiiiii:i!:!!^  1  ���������*%!  l**zxtiufm.&*xn?*txi^a*xveiAm������VW tt. mm*Mta*<uv***r-Y**'������*  r  Is  K  P. Phillipps Harrison  BAF?RISTER AND 'SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC .   CONVEYANCING  I  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  i'MnrnTr*ffriff**wirii**rir**'gr^Tf-T*'rTri"i^''^^ ���������i--*i~ri���������n-i-mTti-Tr*i-*rr"-wiiT*-***wTini*iiMtMiii<iHriiui'������[*MW wrw-w-Lnpijl  **\ri*aw*ututMiuiiJm i.yfc-f j-ummh >*��������� mvwtntir ia*\G*j*miirsurMwxu/?A'i.ir*M*nta*m***Mi���������.-wi*jnfcan**Mj������*mtn**jv*ta*j������ mvwwvmmw m  Man\ifactnr������r of MINERAL WATER  ^cwivmhHrtM  tt*4m***m  CUMBERLAND  1  mtartvt+ft mmanriafitmrai*)  P. 0, BOX 103  PHONE 130....  'jnwy^iiwi4wmi)0U..,lr^mBMIimmn;tWHVr,*t,m.,������mM..-,*i*,vlivsM-WBWv,-**i.iM.tv*.-������g,a m ,, m ��������� ww ]  (W������Wlf������J.'a������.ll*iCT������������������****K������S*.^IWllM  in-fixmsBauBB ouzsissnx} irstnajswnraMSa^TJr-i r,7u;w*;-i;53VJ os^SLZtiixieaxnasatKss; ���������  IP YOU GET IT AT  PLIMLEY'S  :T'S ALL RIGHT  Cycle for -^S^6*-'  0    GIVE   US   VOUR   I'iEXT  . . Ot^DER FOR ��������� ���������  f  j,tA  lo li.it:   u lew  woil'.-���������  fli/lll  ���������Si'ini:  WOH. t\\M'*���������-f-ix   wulif   it  *'iii' that J:(.'lis yo on   week   iluys  tjniort* I i'nt ye to work for mc !  Mr. Alt'X, Walker  airlvul lio*-������*:  rom K;itjiti;iio on SijiiJny. \Stnly'  il..  I  Sol an  l������iin-  ? j   c  :irh.    Hi  I'vrt  |U>1 I  II U\> ilUUUiht    It     *lilkl>    I I'i-  I tl d  ilt-iiiii ; (! ii.'ln'tl -ii-t, ll i-iiriii'i, N*i  ,. UM.O.  easarc  and on.  ���������baseness  i:',ri


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