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Array p  ' -*..  *,* ���������"  li:  . -.  V  h  ni~<  y%7i\  1 ���������  %  ti  ft  !$������������������. *:  I.*-*-.  t'.i  ...-J.-. -.-.-.. -i-  n*  hi*  ��������� .x/..  --v ���������-.  .'    ���������   ���������.*������  /-.   o -*   }i~  ,���������*        -    , ./������������������*  W7  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Intepats of Comox OUstHct.  ���������*  **   1W ^.      *  The News, Twentieth Year  ������������������., ���������  --������������������-���������  Cumberland; b. a, Wednesday,'jui������y 2, :9i3  Subscription f i'.oo a Year  The Store  of Quality  The SloreV^)//  , ofQuality |/  The Big Store.  *l^pFrv""  INFANTS  AND  OHILDRENS   .\  Arrived   by express a few days ago  . One of the nicest assortments, of  Children's Bonnets, Hoods etc  you could wish to see and, the prices  are reasonable.   .Infants' .bonnets' in.  tuscan straw, > trimmed; pink rosette  and. pink ties, .lined.    A very dainty  bonnet for baby.    Price ..$1.00  White silk . bonnet,    beautifully  embroidered, a really lovely creation  cfor the* little tot.    Only $1.10  See our large selection and you will-  have no difficulty in ��������� making'  :*"���������   ���������'  .'' -3;our: choice  *   '"   V- "'"' .  Millions Spent to  See Picture Shows  First Ollicial Count' of Nickels  .Places tho Amount at  $319,000,000  New York, June 30.���������Statisticians have just completed count  ing the nicides that have been  spent to see lhe ('movies" show,  ���������Tho grand total, said to he  the first official comic ever prepared iu this country, is,6,380,-  000,000 nicklesi or $319,900,000  paid by 3,600,000,000. spectator  It is also shown that over ������80,000  000 is invested in tlie moving  picture industry, that more.than  200,000 pt-rsons are employed,  and that 10,000,000' feet of pier  hire film is produce J weeklv.  (/     ���������* *> ,,   ���������*���������  Traducing  LESSER & CO., LD,  ���������������    -s. s- ~��������� __������������������  ���������������������������     -���������~- ^<^z^   8  Tho following is clipped from  The Review with refen-uce to  the hue ���������Walter McPhee:  "An old friend who has known  Mr Waller McPhee since, his  babyhood, has, contributed the  followingi'-On Sunday morning  Jmie 22nd 1913. Walter Sterling  Mc-IVc, one of Comox' most  beloved aud respected citizens,  was called away in his voi'm"  manhood. His death has  thrown -i f-;loom over the whole  valley. No native sou was ever  tmr respected, ho liad a loving,  kind, manly disposition.M  ,lThy trail is done, thy rest is  won,"  Air. Krcd Jepson of Niiuaimo,  paid Cumberlmul and district a  business visit last week.  The, strawberry crop of British  Oilunibi'i Ii-ib buon a partial Tail-  ui'e owing tu excessive rains,  A number ol: our district teachers left by Sunday's boat on their  vai'-iitiuii,  Wo hoar that tlio ..Dominion  minister uf labor is expected,toon  to arrive on' Vancouver Island to  .investigate tho labor trouble, If  ho was on to liis job, he would  have b������oii out here and making  himself ( busy long ago.' .Wo  doubt if he will do very much  good if he does come, as wo do  not tliitik iluit lie can force tho  to work if jtliey  1 want to, nor can ho i'o roe  tho companies to ivcognizo unions. But if he does his best in  lho matter, the best can do no  more, and it will bo a move in  tho right di root ion,  Grace Mct.hedist Sunday school  will hold their annual p'cn'o at  Roy's Moiu'h 011 Saturday next,  Tho tniin will lonvu the million  nl U.80 a in.  Telephone  Commnuication Cut  Off in  Danger Zone  '������������������.,1  Charleston, W. Va.,,. June 30���������  Telephone wires"connectino1 Char  leston with the Paint'and Cabin  Creek" strike districts failed this  morning and no information con-  'cerning the number of miners  who obeyed the strike order  issued yesterday could,be obtained.--���������-1-he���������aut-hor-i tie's���������whoJ-areJ  closely watching ��������� the situation  manifested, some uneasiness and  Sheriff Bbnerhill sent deputies  into the strike - zone' to investigate.    ,      ,    , . ������������������;*;  ���������I'  strikers to uo  don'  A Good Fish Story  Courtenay, U C��������� June 30,���������  Excellent sport is, to be imd in  fishing at Comox Lake. Two  rods recently took forty.five fish  iu two' and a half hours, the  trout weighing from one to six  pounds each. Green drake and  royal coachmen are the best flies  fortius period.  The 0111 put of conl from our  local mines on J into 29th, totalled  2,000 tons, the total output for  six -days ending Friday, June  27th being 10,718 tons. This U  getting protty near the normal  mark.   ������,   Tho Bulgarians and Scrvians  are locked in deadly co-illict, .A  few weeks ago t-hcy were brothers.  in-arms, now they are deadly one-  mios,   Strange isn't it '(  British Columbia  Among the many activities,  one might almost say Mie recognized functions, of a strictly religious newspaper as couducted  these days iu the bearing of false  witness against one's neighbor.  The Colonist very properly calls  attention to the false statements  contained iu a recc.it issue of  "The Canadian Churchman." as  to the moral standard of this  Province. These statements are  said to be based-upon representations made at a recent Presbyterian Synod in. Toronto rand a  Methodist Conference in Van  couver. J With' reference to the  Vancouver Convereuce there is  only too much reason to believe  that the good men who indulged  in sensational charges had', been  reading a certain well known  sheet which is flaunte.1 at every  street corner and-whicli revels in  the picturesque portrayal of vice.  With respect to the Synod in Toronto, it would be too much fo  expect that any religions conven  tion could be hold iu that "City  of the.Good!' without violating  the leaching of, its Master, "Qui  vestrum immunis est a peccato  primus iu';earn jaciat. lapidein!"  The Week agrees with the Colon  Home Hindus tried to carve  each other up with kiliven at Union Buy on Tuesday,  Il'yoii want to see rain whnt Ih  rain, go to Vancouver. "'Great  ���������Scott," how it does como down !  "Old Jupiter PIwvIiih" hns tho  thing down to a science  ovor ihui  Wo noticed in ,lnivorsing but ti  nmnll portion of '.V'iincuu-iur iimt  week, scores of hotiwo^and shops  for rout. Cumberland may not  no any too prosperous nt present,  but go visit other p]m!()������ bt!f01.c  yuu grumblo, if tlria unforhi.  ������"to "trlkc had not taken phii'i.,  wo would now intone of tlm i,*Uit  pi'UHiM'i-yUhftMiiniium'ikiH in riritisli  "Cft'lui/il-ia,  ���������*'  ���������'������������������**  ^ .,,._   Doii^i   furge-f   to   pl,ice   your  ih:xt order for priuiiuj.- wMi us.  .Dan Wahlron, ul present with  l-IiiiiKoll the luii'lior, will shortly  open np a 1 arbor shop iu tho  Vniidoini! hi.i dimr,  Dick mya that ''Dad" got full  in Vancouver und lodt   his   b.ng-  immv    Thin,  O   u*>  ngoo.l Melhodist.  a Iwso ca'uur.iv on  ',)'  Mr. W. W.   Willard   will lcm v.-  by Friday's   boat   for    Vfcwiiu.  Mr.taiul Mrs, Jeremy woro pas.  fiongorsto- Viineouvci' by SnntJuy's  boat,  Yon never can tell what is going lo happen in this old world  of ours, Two of our mot.'t pr-nn-  incut young men taken oil' in lens  tliun two uct'l'*'. Who fim M\  tlmt the) will lm here tomorrow ?  An Ac! in thc'Nisws  pays.   /Fry if.  Just received���������A. consignment  of steel aud rubber tired buggi***!-  democrats, w.i.'jgous, etc. Kxtru  shaft-i, wheels and pulls kepi iu  stock and made by the cclcbratm'  manufacturer.-*-, Honey & Company, Montreal. Come uud ins  peet theso before ,, going elsewhere.���������George Ji, J.eightoti,  Courlonay, H, C. \  Uev, H. W. Lufforo. lain prliel  pil of our hi|{h Echool, will h-iuv  wiib his family on Kuturd.iy f ���������<  Vancouver, whero he has Focun-'l m  poskion on tho tiuuhing Htkff i.f  o-ioof thu hijjih pcIuioIh, We wish  Mr Ltiffurn every biicoc-iB in ltin  new potiiion.  Wonders will never cease���������we  are having some .sunvhiue at  hus! !    Now for the camper:-,  No hunch of whir-kern on Dml'H  chin thi- timo, if |,(. did rftiii-lntl;  Irom the to'.vuof (;hi!l,wm;!c.  ist that matters   migh-Tbe better  even'   in"British,. Columbia   and  Victoria, but that they are worse  than in  other, parts of Canada-it'  denies,   and tliat   there   js - any  possible justification for singling  out this_Pioviu.ee for  such a con  dcmuatiim   is a   fallacy.   It An  not the   first time lhat  religious  bodies have   gone- out   ot   their  way to bear false witness against  their neigbor, and  probably the  men who aie responsible   little  realize what harm they do to the  cause of religion and  how  they  set back   the   clock   of  reform  when they class themselves with  people ready to make false charges on flimsy evidence and show  themselves altogi ther lacking iu  that ispiiit of charity with  whicli  they of all men should be expect  ed   lo regard their fellows.    It  has   always   been   a puzzle   to  The Week   how the average citizen cau live iu Victoria, find   it  a good place to live iu,  and see  none ol iho nasty thingi- whicfi a  vifliliug    religious    convention  seems to find out inside of twen.  ty-four hours --The Week,   -*,   Not to be behind the times Mr  Low in has derided to b.iild nu addition to IheCourtoiuiyliotcl. The  new part will bc placed on the  uorih nido aud will be three  stories high, containing about  thirty rooms. The bar and dining room and kitchen will bo  enlarged and a handsome office  ^ We have juet received  another  shipment of MEN'S*  CLOTHING,  consisting of Navy Blues,, Blacks, Pruwn*,  Greys, and Fancy Mixture*. ��������� '  Also another nice.range  of SAMPLES for   our  Wade���������to���������Measure���������Department  MEN'S NEGLIGEE. SHIRTS coat, styl* collars to ,'Htcli  MEN'S TOP SILK SHIRTS. MEN'S OUTING   Shirte  Our footwear Department is NOW COMPL-HI  Sole Agents for the "K" MAKE OF SHOES  i������'M:iu-tiN'UHar.nrMI  F  THE CORNER STORE  .    PHONE 10* P. 0., DOX 100  Macfarlane Bros.  placed in the front rooms. ���������The  Review. -        _  ' Principal McArthur,  W*.   Mc-  l������aVi]-eji,AMiA������_E.J.M_erZi.ty_dB_n^M_i$3  MeLanglilan and Mr, Pierce, left  by Sunduy's boat \m a. vacation  trio.  ���������  4^   Mr, aud Mrs, J. J. AVier and  their daughter, Mrs. W. ll.-Theal  and children arrived from Chilli-  wuelc on Sunday.,  wcre-wuil curried   put.    The   attendance was-good and   tho* day.  fine. .  Mr. Widlaco Me.Pha*flla.i.liJM.r:^  J. A. Halliday were passeii^crs.  l>y S. S. Cowichaii on Tnesdav.  morning from Vancouver to . C������.'-.  mox.  While out of town, wo were  shocked and exceedingly s ������rry to  hear of-the tragic death of our  young friend and fellow-towne-  man, Wilt Clii-t n, We have!  known him !*inco childhood, and  havo always- had a very warm spot  in our heart for Wilt. Ho was inactive, bright and a vory kindly  young man, and will bo sadly  missed by his many friends in this  community, lie took an active aud  a>  lively interest and was tho mo v.  ing spirit in all the clean sports  ol the town since hia roturn fi-om  college in lho east. To hii**- father, mother and sister, wo tender  our fliucero uympathy iu thi.vtheir  great bereavement, We wuh tu  remcmbi'i' him hr wc hint saw him  m llits olliee, full of life and energy, net a������ being in tho cold and  (���������ilent tomb. "Tluiau- whom the  goda' love, die young."  KOR SAMC���������A Singer sowing  Hindi in������.    Apply this otllco.  ���������0  ! Mrs. George Willis, dnujrhti'r  of Mr. and Mrs. A. Pickup,"���������liuif  at our, local hospital on* Tuesday-,,  July" 1st. The funeral will t.ihv  place from tlie Catholic church ���������  on Friday mom j rig, Rev.   Fat  Mertens uHiciiitino*.  tr**  ier  D.oniiition \hy wa-t celebrated  at both Coiiitomiy and Union  Ray.   The programmes of tyorti*  Mr. and Mrs.   Duncan   Thorn .-  son, Into of this city, are con.Inc.,  i������g the Mount View Hotel, .\\.*v.  castle, Townsito,   Naunimo.    \\V  wish them ovory success  in   tlu-ir  now y;onturo    Mr. Thomson w.14.  known here as a   kindly,   gonial,  whole suuled man,   whose word U  as good as hiu bond.    We   ivort'i  liis deparluro. from, among   iih, n*  'Cumberland can   ill-afibrd to h-s,,  such men,    Again wo sny *-m.c'-*c>v.  to you Duneiin.  For Sale j  A Mason & Rlsch IMunp  in FinH.Chiss ordtfr; nl-  most us good us new; will  sell nt n bticrificc.  Hor particulars, apply  to    Cuinberlaiid    News.  Dnnsmuir Avenue,  Cumbeihuul, H. C.  *H44<^^^<i*^4*<h>^*W  o  r.i nTUEHR  tftgutf   *^^|  ^fMtf      Itf     *%\ *ak   **\   **\ -Jwi   te-j^^  Now, boforo tho hot summer dayp  come, is tho timo to got yonr light  weight clothing, The patch pock  ct j-.ack 13 cswutially au vut'l-jo;-  fliimmor unit, Tho trouuera with  bolt Btrnps nnd cuff a are mado to  ho worn with or without tho coat,  Wo havo 11 fino range of BnmjnVs  of light-weight t\vu*������d8 and home.  fipUTJH.  Fancy Vests  Wn hnvo just put In atook k 0n������ an-  ortmont of fancy atrlpo and liqht  ground Vosti. Thoso vbo nro nceui-  tomort lo wnarinj.*- thtsn ohould oca  our rnnrco  ���������i-M-I-fcM-K-jMl-g \***u\a*m*t  Campbells  ���������i������ .*���������������*.  ���������*"������������������ **���������������%������. *4jf, TIIK NEWS, "CTO-nSEKLAXD, li C.  ir  ���������*v-  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. H Punshon  \i  Ward, Lock & Co., Untlf'Ml  London, -Melbourno & Toronto-.  =. (CouUnuyO)    '      (        .'  "CIIAPTl^K'IX.       '   " 1  -.The Meeting j *'      i  Greou was staudlUB in the .'hall ns  Joan w,ent through It ou lior way' out,  hut Bho did not seem to seo htfm. Ilo  watched her very sulkily an'd angrily  as alio passed ' lm without noticing  him and ho even appeared to be nbout  to say something. But she gavo him  no opportunity, and in a moment the  front door closed behind her/.  Talk about gratitude,   said   Groon  disgustedly; and me tliat loosed her  out of'that room which she'might have  been burnt alive In, and now I ain't  worth 'avlng* a word ftung at seem-  ���������  lngly���������why, you might think   as   eho  was spurred with me.     I do 'ato in:  gratitude, he said bitterly ' aa he re*v  turned to the kitchen. .   '  Joan did   not   take/ an   omnibus  .   though sho had* a long ''walk ��������� before  her. But though she and her mother  ' lived ln comfort and even in some luxury, Mr. Durand nover gave tliem any  money. , ��������� Even the f-e\v penc'o tho omnibus would have cost was an object  to Joan, and sho walked* steadily on  and   quickly   through   the   crowded  streets, one more poof groping hinnan  soul Peeking she hardly- knew what,  bewildered  by  the  stern  press  and  bustle of life, and yet faintly, feebly  trying to follow tho truest nile of life���������  that which bids us plant each single  .step ln the right direction and/,leave  tho rest to God who mado us/  Sho was not far from her destination and was hesitating which Vas th'e:  right; turning to take, when "there  broke upon her ear a low,/'dellcioi.-.  laugh so full of mirth and' Joy that  something of sympathy with it awoke  ���������evqn iii her own troubled heart. She  turned quickly*1 an unconscious smile  ' ,on her lips, and saw Just behind her  Dora Rose, who laughed again as their  eyes met. ....  , Oh,*Mlss: Durand, is that you? she  < cried merrily.     Wait   don't   move.  There.  Puzzled am", amused, Jo.'.n waited  while Dora danced towards her, like a  little stray beam that the setting sun  had forgotten ��������� and left" behind it to  jlghten the dull streets where the dusk  "and. g"IoonT^"i~ev"en!iig-w������r6--BGVr'-fast.  gathering In.  .. .  What la It? asked'  Joan,   as   Dora  camo to a standstill before her and  then peeped eagerly past her, first to  one tide and then to another.  It's .Wilton, said Dora exs. .tedly; he  ��������� is playing a Joke on me, the dear boy.  Dora'said this ac.though all the excellence and merit a man might acquire  were increased tenfold if he: played a  Joke on any of his friends, TMi't move  1 Miss Durand���������oh, 1 do hopo you're- not  in a hurry. * He tried to frighten mo  Just now, but I saw him and slipped  off, and now I aim waiting for him to  como this wayi  Once more eho gave her little trilling laugh of purest Joy, and Joan could  not help smiling, even while wondering if she were: expected to stand .there  all evening as a*sort of living screen  for Dora's ambush.      Something of  tlie minio Idea seemed ln a minute or  two to occur to Dora, and.,Bho blushed  vividly "and-excltilme'd:"  .Oh,.dear Mis,** Durand, I do beg your  '"pardon, I thought Wilton would como  straight oh, perhaps' ho novor saw mo  at all.    I low horrid-and r ean of hllii,  lo-bo suro, if he didn't, and-yet, .she  . added, looking very puzzled, ho went  sllpppry-slldy by, exactly as if he were  trying to "r.vold rn'o;  Is,It Mr. Mayno you moan?'asked  ' .loiiii.    Aro you Btiro lt was he?    ���������  Oii yea, anBWored Dora; of course  I only saw his back, but thoru is no  one else in tho world   with   u * back  julto llko   Wilton's.       Perhaps   ho  Are you  Nearly Impossible to Hoal Skin,  Badly Hurt, ' Soro, Red and Inflamed, Could Not Sloop..'Cuticura Soap and Ointment Healed,  Don,"-men HI ver, Mnnltolm.���������."Whoiv I  ttm thirteen yearn of mjn I (tot my uhlu  lmdly Hurt and when lu-uled Uio ikln wii-i  at.Ucln.il totJio'bono*. Tlm,  ���������low-it brulso ��������� would Injuro  It nml It fM nearly ini-  poenlbln to lioal. Tlio floi-ft  would bo very rod find.  Inflamed round tho edgns  jind had ft burning snnmir  tlon, Vt'lwn extra r.nm I  could not. wli-np at iifnl>t on  account of thopiiln. 1 al-  i\.Od .'.*--���������''..". *"''*-.*-i l-ii-i-lien on Ir. from tlm  v.nV'a -to Hln knee. For a numuor of ytit\n  T wet\ KlIt-UInK plusun**. tliyii Hut u. o-Wi-,*.  ,. I naif tlio advortlseiiit'iit offci [nu u froo wam-  jdo of Cuticura floap. and Ointment hnd nonb  for n homplo and piirclinni-il tomo moro anil  In Mx dny* the ncro was lienlod completely."  lyi^niit .l-inv-t Kdvardt, .Tun?* 21, 1012.  FOR PIM/LESANFBLACKHEADS  Treatment: Gently taitnr tlio fttTc-'tod  part** with Cuticura Ointment, on tlio end  nf tlio linger, hut do not rub, Wtih off tho  Ouilcura Ointment ������u flvo wlrmliM wllh  (.'uilciir* Trial' fciiJ hot walw ft"d run-lnur*  liMhlim for noma minute*.. I'I'*3 trwiun-r.nL  InU'iLwi 1 LlUn*tt'i'l ri'tMntt. Atmlur t\wi  uto Oitlcura Sn.ip freily for"tlio I'lt'l imd  lath, to in'.l'.t In pn-vontlnit Infliim-ulilim,  IrrltatM nml dowl'iff of tho pot'I* P--M  throunlKiut tlio world. Ml-f-l! ������*tnr.'o ct  t-uch is*<-���������(', with SI t>. fUdtt l-1*01-*"   A,lltr' *"���������  P>������t  *>������!   rott-lT   Ul..X   &  Ct������m-   CtA'A.  I)i"j.i.*iU, C-J'.wa. l-H* A-  ������mim������ m at aim mir Tttar"*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^��������� i ���������������������������������������������--rmm-  W.   N,   tJ.   C1B  waa Juat hurrying "home  going that way?  Well, answered Joan with slight  ���������hesitation, I have just been reading  .Ur. Mayne'.--"book, and I was thinking���������now* 1 am so close���������I Bhould bo  like to see ^7b.ere he lives.  Would you, exclaimed ,Dora with  her gay . laugh,' well, let*b go, ehall  we? How tunny 1 She paused for another laugh. ��������� Do you like his  poems? ,. 1 do awfully;-1 road-a page  .of hie' book straight right" through  every night whether I understand U  or not but he Baya it doesn't matter,  and I do think it's sweet of him to  Bay things like that.      Don't you?  Very, said Joan, with another smile  that hid a sharp pain at her heart  as 6he reflected Uiat there''never had  been ahd probably never would be  any one to say such things to her.  What aro you laughing at? inquired  Dora; do you know I like you ever so  much better when you laugh. Why  don't you laugh all the time llko I  do? You frighten me when you are  so solemn, but I. like you when you  smile, and what Is tho good of being  Bad?    I think It's Just silly to bo-sad.  Bo It if, agreed Joan, looking at  Uie sunny young faco upturned to her.  Tnls girl was1 perhaps t./o or three  years younger than herself, but Joan,  felt as If at least as many centuries  "separated'them.. A kind of motherly tenderness rose in ber and a de-  Bire to shield eo bright, a child of  joy from: all th-e turmoil and misery  \ of tiie world. ��������� You '���������aro'*'jui'te* right,  6he said Eoftljjj.'lt is.wiser *to bo'happy.   'And much nicer, laughed Dora.  Oh, look, ��������� lBn't that horrible? No,  don't look, como on, quick.  fho fairly tan for*' It and darted  round the con er of tho'street; but  Joan stopped and ��������� looking slowly  watched where across' tho roadway  a little child with tears was guiding  a drunken man. **  ., "Washmarrer, Tommy? tho' drunkard' was Baying thickly; washmarrer,  with you,' Tommy, wash you cryin1'  'bout, hey Tommy?  But without answering, Btill weeping his 'silent tears the child led him  on, coaxing hlni towards his home,  ���������As they passed by Joan she' stopped  and,whispered one word of sympathy  and love Into tho poor child's ear.  He looked up in a startled way and  for a moment their eyes met���������those  of the well dressed lady and of the  little ragged boy .whom a ..community  of' bitler',"'early grief bound together.  Then the- whirling Ude of tho street  parted them for* ever, never to meet  -again yet equally nover to tSorget,  edther of them, this one brief instant  of meeting' in etornity that heartened  .and cheered.Uiem both for the rough  road their feet-were set toy'tread  through time.   *'.   ��������� , ,   *  ^_Ju8t_roiind. the corner Joan found  Dora, "wOTr^th"ou"ghy������ho'--had-a*t~fli-st.  wished to seize tho opportunity >to  'escape from that sad-facod girl, as  she mentally described Joan, had yet  somehow found' herself lingering, ior  .her to Join her.  What did you ������top for?.,Bhe'asked  petulantly, as Joan came* up; you  ceuldn't do any good? I always just  run away when I We sad things.  But Joan shook her head, and her  face was very grave as she answered:  But if one runs too fast from sorrow one may easily' run to meet lt  instead of to avold.lt.  Thero now you are scolding and  that'a Just what my aunt said, cried  Dora pouting, and I* don't like, peoplo  a bit when they ocold. ''-,..  But I'm not, exclaimed Joan; Indeed, Miss Rose, I did* not mean to  ecold, And I llko you, tbo, she added rather shyly, If I may say bo.  We'll bo friends then, shall "wo?,  asked Dora:,-*rather flattered by,.this  remark of Joan's whom secretly she  had been Inclined to regard as a very  foVmldable; sevoro and probably very  learned person, Only then, you must  call mo Dora,' and I do think Dora  Rose Is such a pretty name, don't,  you?  I" do indeed, answered Joan. ,  And,I like yours, too, Dora rattled  on; at. least 1'do a little, ehe added  doubtfully, only'I think IVt rather  solomn-rlt sounda grave and wcp'py,  somehow, llko au anthem In church,  ��������� Then lt suits, a gi-avp and'Bolonui  person ' llko myself, Answered Joan,  aud' you know it' was bomo by tlie  noblest woman who ever lived.  Oh, you moan Jonn of Arc?" cried  Dora. Ycsi mustn't-It have ..been  rlpplnpc to ride Just llko a man at the  head of all thoso noldlcrH anil order  thom about? Look, thono nro Wll-  ton'H rooms. Dear mo, how odd, ho  can't bo homo yot for thoro Is no  light, and ho always lights up JiiBt  a&'fioon fif- ovor ll'u dusk. What cun  Uio 'nllly boy bo doing'-" Do you roal*  ly.- llko. .lilt, -poetry? ,1 do awfully,  only I wlnli' ho would wrlto novels  ���������lnKtond,''Wlth-*-lotB of lovo In thcnl  tind mo for tha horoliio, and I must  nay ll'n just a tiny roller tsomotlineo  at night when the poom I'm, reading  ���������piulii ut tho top of tlio pnise'.' and all  tho rent Is blank nnd tliero Ib only  ono voruo to got through; but what  cuu lit- he doing now I can't Im'nglno  jind I do think I might Juiit run HJT  and knock at Ids door, and boo If ho  roally lfl'lii, coricliiilfil Dora hruath-  loHnly.  Tlio Hlicet. w.'.b a tivlot one, not  leading itnywliero In nnrtlnilnr nnd  Willi most of tho hoiiaon let out In  oil*..*:.-*., ^ 'Ma' '*���������*'���������->������������������ if hofnn to got,  hlo, Wu'vo wrirn noldaiii tunny pooplo  about. At proaont it-"., ono wan iii  eight except tho two' glrl'd, nnd ovrry-  tliliig bei'im-d qulo*; -'and Aoshrtotl.  Tho i-oomii that Wilton Mnyno oficu-  plod wim-o on tho ��������� flrRt floor, tho  fci,.u...: I b:z c"Ui<ioi\ bv th* -olllcoB  of ft hivgo philanthropic society.  Abovo Mnyno'n rooms ngaln-woro  olhcr olllros, whllo th*** wholo of tho  tor) floor wan occuplod hy tt Govern-  tniMit doiifivttnont tthloli hn<l ov-ar.  flowed front Hn hfadqiiui'tf-'i't'. At  nig!.- iho building wat* almost Invariably defi'Tled and tho cou>;i<ja'-..l  rm'ctn'Kii w:ift 0,0.0. of thn rcasoiia "flhy  WlltDii Mayno WwA hh jjiiavUf.v 1.0  muf'h.  Ku (UA: Will Jilfijlrig Mie I.Illlli-J (JONVU-  fitiilvi', ho v.ir.ihl t-.ty, and no eliam-  pdl'.r.i. fi'ijip^'** ovfihond; and Lc-ttc-r  Billl, n������i me *o ohi-"-t if I want, t-o  \\\'hj ���������" 'i'" l-ltioo. or Rlvo fhnnipaBiie  1 .llllX'iM n..'. --If.  li*.������  ' '   l'lat.'-j* hfi'l  ai niij-i'iirancc  SUSPENDER  yfy/wue--^a:^k^- y  1  of desolation and desertion that Btruicl;  Joan as almost ominous as she watched Dora disappear through the gloomy  doorway that wa3 never closed. Joan  heard the echo "of hsr steps as she  "ran lightly up the dusty stairs and  then a euddon sJlence fell.  (To b* Contiiu--.:)  CHINFSE  LOOT STEAMER  Captain  and  Officers  are   Saved   by  Intercession of Woman Mission-   1  ���������"���������-y  Hongkong. China. ��������� The British  'West river steal .er Talon, whicli signaled that it had been, attacked by  pirates, has arrived here. It -reports  that tho pirates, whose numbers wero  variously estimated at from l> to'100  and who were armod with revolvers,  came on board at Hongkong last night  disguised a3 passengors bound for  Kongmoon.  The Talon was three ,hours out  from Hongkong and was just outside  British quarters and entering the Canton river delta, wht.n tho pirates rose.  They killed tho Chinese steersman,  and bavin**; thus held the steamer* up,  solzed Captain Holmes, Chief Officer  Cornwall i.nd Engineer Macartney,  whoni they tlod up securely.  ��������� They attempted to burn a wom:.n*  missionary's cabin with Tags soaked  in parafflne, and having stolen all her  moneyj amoun'lug to 580, a:*.-) her gold  Watch, tookJier Into the saloon. Tho  woman prevailed on the pirates not lo  harm the European oilicers.  The pirates '..illod one and wounded  four passengers all Chinese; ransacked the officers' cabins, stealing $1.70  In cash, besides a quantit" of valuables, and secured a considerable  amount ot booty from tho passengers.  They disabled the engines and dynamo, smashed the switchboard to atoms  and carried off the ship's lights and  stands of arms and ammunition. They  held possession of the -".learner for  four hours, eventually' rowing off in  a boat,, which they stole, and two sam-.  pans.  ��������� Miller's Worm Powders are par excellence the medicine for children  who are found suffering from the. ravages- of worms. They immediately  alter the stomachic, conditions under  which tho worms subsist and drive  them from the system, an.l, at the  same time,, they are tonlcal In their,  effect upon the digestive .organs, re-  TtOTing~tliem~to���������hea!lhtoUope_rati(in,  and ensuring immunity from further  disorders from such a cause..  REGRET LOr^. OF SECRETS  KAISER T,0  VISIT GIBRALTAR  Wishes-to Inspecl World's Most Famous Fortifications  Berlin,���������The raiser intends to pay  a visit to Gibraltar next month In or-  Ac: to. inspect'the famous citadel.  Ho wlll leavo Cuxhaven in the Im-  perator, the giant Hamburg-American  lilies which will be making its maiden  trip.-.  Gibraltar will be reached In throe  days. Ono day will bo devoted to  the fortress, where lt is expected several British and foroign battleships  will gather to greet tho royal visitor.  Tho kaiser wlll then roturn to Germany on lho Impo:*alor, which wlll  start on its first Journey to America  a week later.  Tho kaiser hns sent an Invitation  to 01r Er--.-*'.' Cassel to accompany  him'on the trip.  France In Possession of   What   She  Would Have Given Forti:ric to  ...       Know ,   ������  Berlin.���������It -was . recent!/ stated  the press and public, with few exceptions, aro manifesting a masterly  comrosure over the fall of tlio TSep-  pelin secrets Into the hands of the  French. Bu1: i-i the' ultra-partrlotic  quarters of the air party Z 4'sfato  produces a state of mind bordering on  hysterics.  Tho Tacgllche Rundschau suggests  that the officers in the ship can only  bo adequately dealt wllh in the way-  France dealt with Marshall 'Bazalne  for the surrender of Melz; namely,  by courtinartial. The Journal agrees  with Die Post that lt waa 'he un-  qucstionabli .Juty of tho senior Gorman olllcor in Z 4 to blow un tho airship with*all on board and let 'it  alight on the paraiVigrouiuJ at Lime-  vlllo a- shapeless mass of smoking  wreckage, rather than run tho risk  of permuting Its priceless secrets to  fall into French hands.  When the Zor-pclln passenger airship company's offices at Frankfort-011-  Malu sent word to the kaiser at Horn-  burg of tlu events at Lunevllle, his  majesty's first .'nquiry** waa for the  names 0: Jie officers -m board.  It Is declared that the French intelligence department has gained Information for which it would probabJ/  have been glad "to pay an immense  sum of money. That Is the point  which strikes G'rmaus as by far tlio  gravest aspect.* 0: tho affair. The  Taogllche Rundschau even expresses  tho fear Hut the prize which haa fallen into France's hands may bo deem-,  od by her of such enormous '-value  that she will not much longer delay  tho day of reckoning. Captal-i Hlld-  ebraudt, in the Lokal Anzoiger, however, says tho French will not even  now be able to Imitate the Zeppelins.  London.--A carpenter named Har-  nigold, living at Terrlnglon, West  Kerf oik, dreamed on Wednesday night  tliat on the following day he would  have to make a coffin for his father.  On the following .morning the father  vas found dead in bod from heart  seizure, and later in'the day the son  made tho - iff in.  WORMS  . "Wormy." that's what's the matter ol 'em. Eton-inch an*  intestinal worms. Nearly ns bad ns distemper. Cost yo������  too much to feed 'em. - Look bad���������aro bad. Don't physio  'em to death. Spohn's Cure will remove the worms. Improve*  tho appetite, and tone 'em up all round, and don't "physic.'*  Acts on glands and blood. Full directions with each bottle,  and sold by all druggists.  6POHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, Goshen, Ind., U.S.A.  li  SPRING  PURITIES  IN TII  A Tonic Medicine is a  Necessity  at This Season.  Dr. Williams' Fink Pills for Pale  People, are an all year rcuid to-.ic.^  blood-builder and nerve-restorer. But  they are especially valuable   in-* the  ASPHYXIATED IN A BU3  Fumes From Benzine Tank . "danger  Lives of 'Passenger  Geneva.--A strange accident Is reported from Flelms, ln the Tyrol, en-  dangerlng tho lives of seven visitors,  ono of whom was an Englishman..  ��������� Tho motor oranllm**, which had re-  placed tho old horsed diligence in  tho district of Flolms, arrived at the  station ot Foniinno-Frolde, and the  chauffeur opened tho door to ask the  travelers to descend. AU tho pat-sen-  gern wore lying In a hoap, and looked  an If thoy woro dead. The unconscious travelers wero at, once carried  to 0 hotel, whoro doctors attended  Uiem, and thoy vijcovweil,  Tho causo of the 'incident wn-; a de-  footlvo ben/.l. i' tank. Tho fumes of  tho gas luul entered tho closed car,  gradually rendering the occupants un-  COUflClOUH.  NEW THEATRE IN PARIS  Built by n Syndicate Including Many  Americana  I'iJvU.-*"Tho 'Grand Thentro Aot  Champn KlyseeR guve two Inaugural  porforinanccB reeontly of 'KoiiveiHito  Cellini,' by Uerlioz, and ot 'Frolsoh-  uctz,' bcciuiflo one peiformanec would  not bo -Hiifllclent t.o cnnblo tho thou-  Bnndii who wished lo do so to nml.o  acf|iia!ntnnco with tho now lhent.ro.  Tho Thofitro has boon built by a  Hyndlcnlo, In'which there la a good  deal ot KhrUhIi und American monoy,  In tho Avenue Montaigne, which r,ius  down to uio ������j������l������.c fiwi-.i the C-hr.mr-n  l*;iji.c't*-''. II will nrn������ nhrmt 2(100 pooplo and has "i3cn built In rather lesw  thati two yoavj.   , *  Can Dutch Cows Read  Thft' H-.ftiio.���������Ci.ttlo unarcomp'inlim  by a drover tiiu io/blU.",.. .   t*,,   ,,��������� ..  UiIb bridge, runs lho liiperii tlon on a  signpost near Harlem, Holland.    ''  .    Hie Qhidlcs  ; am Inclined to tiunpect the Bohri-  ety ot tho laht ijvtmleiu In our class.  Why ' >1  When I askod lilm what wrre h;������  tau-tSu- htadlc-*; I" (irnlihiAoy.y, bn rr.  piled: Bwullow:1, ba*-' ;m<! l.r'i:*-..  KugomJ���������'Ihlt booWa'.'- is a;, lm.;,!  out i.f plumb. Wc mil!.l W,\,i- .!*,-*���������.!  1'xrd.  IniogeiiP- Oil,    dear.        Anl    r,  boarn  >U������^'   \d '���������'������������������ '��������� >"   iuf  ,-i    ',-*.  give.  impurities as a result of the indoor  life of the winter months. There is  no other season when the Hood is  so much* In iieed of purifying and en-  ricliln,-*;, and every dose of these pills  helps to make rew, rich, red blood.  In the spring one feels weak and  tired���������Dr. William-.-/ Pink Pills give  strength. In the spring the appetite  Is often poor���������Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills develop tho appetite, tone the  stomach and aid weak digestion. It  is ln tho spring thai poisons in the  blood find an outlet In disfiguring  pimples, eruptions .-.nd bolls ��������� Dr.  Williams' Pinl: Tills speedily clear  the skin because thoy go to the :*oot  'of. tho trov. '.e ln the blood. In the  spring anaemia, rheumatism, indigestion, neuralgia, erysipelas and many  other troubles are most persistent  hecauso of poor, weak blood, i-id lt Is  at this time when all nature takes  on new life thnt the blood most seriously needs attention. iJonio people  dose themselves* with purgatives at  this season, hut these only .further  weaken themselves. , A .piJrtnUvo  merely gallops through tho system,  emptying fxo bowels, but It does not  euro anvthliif.. Ou tho other hand  Dr, Williams' rk./---. Pills actually  make now blood which reaches every  norvo nnd organ ln tho body, bringing new strength, i-ew hcjtillh and vigor to weak, easily tired men, women  and children. Try Dr. Williams'  P'.nk Pills this spring���������they will not  disappoint you.  .Sold by all n.edlcliu dcalern or  sent by mu'l at GO cents a box or six  boxes for $2.r>0 by Tho Dr. Williams'  Medlclno Co., Bvoukvlllo, Out.  Staff' Photographer���������l'vo otiURht .*.  cnapshot of the .fleeing Rambler!  City l'hlltoi���������Goodl Now tnko a  timo expoiiui'Q of tho police In pur-  milt.    Wanted: A Keen Cutter  A fiucucHi-ful   but   Irascible   playwright wii:i In- his New York studio  0110 morning trying to whip 11 Heeno  Into good t-ihape.   Tho moro altotnptf*  ho made, tlui ninro Iniselblo ho-ho-  clinic.   Flimlly, ditrlhg   one of   tho  painful pui.ipr, hlj HJcrotury ventured  to auk'.  Whero la tha pa er-eutter?  I don't want   any   paper   cull01!  Bhouted the dra-initial..   I'm tired of  living.     What I want Ib a throat cutter'.  IUmply-heiidod  no lliiio.  110.1 can -.,et full' in  Th������ Man Who Dflvo* An  Automobile Finds   b:  SNAP    1  1 tie Only itfsr.fr tl.f.l^lll  ���������"ff^ciually miiovi: (rr.i-.r,  cil or t-iiliit Hairnon.lIrav*  tlie luu-l-i t.-jji.-ulli fi-.i.J k:u  lOOr'nli'itfrtli.Tn^iiip,  K#M 1)1 tilt it ill Snip.  S������1lth������Cgup<.H.  ttm Citfifiiy LitHio-l. Manuttt  ���������jjurnw Wi >iiiii������iiinaiiii 111 mi 1  M  M.~���������&.  iSifei*!  Hiill  Howls the Colt ?]  A little colt���������liko a little baby���������must liave careful f c'fillng,  if yon want to raise a slurtly, valuable 11nim.1l. As soon as  the colt outgrows its mother's milk, add a littls INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD io its regular feed.' This  will help the colt to grow in tizc, Vitfor and ktrength.  International Stock Food  Is the crcatest tonic known for alt c'.awt of horsn. 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Intc-rnatkttial Stock Food' Co., Limited  TORONTO  Somo Say So  In. our. lesson today, eaid the" Sunday school teacher, occurs this sentence: Beware of "false prophets Can  any of you hoys toll me what ;i false  prophet Is?  W.ell, Sammy. .  " Please, ma'am, tho weather man.,  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS'  Tom- di-URplst will refund monoy If PASO  OINTMENT falls to euro any case of Itch-  Ijib,  Blind, Bleeding or Protrudlne' Pllei  In C to 14 days.    EOc.  .     : It Cured Him  , There had been a little breezo at  dinner. Relations between husband  and wlfo, were for the time being,  distinctly strained. Tho silence grew  oppressive.  ' So you think I .smoko too much?  he "asked at length,* harping.hack en  the same 'chord, just hy way ot saying something.  * Not at all, she replied deliberately  forcing .-. yawn. , .  Well, that's what you. said a few  riilnutes ago.  1 didn't say anything of tho sort.  I don't think you're smoking too much.  Didn't you say I'd die it I tlidnlt  cut it down?  Yes; that's what I said.  And it took him'aulte a long tlhie  to grasp the meaning of the remark.  Then he was qnito angry.  But* it cured him of the habit.  Minard's L* il merit u"sea"by~Physlelans-  Art as an Amusement  Post. Impressionist���������Of    course    I  paint purely fdr my own amusement  you- know.  " Visitor to    Studio���������Xonsense,    my  dear fellow.*  They simply tickle us to  death, too!  >-. .        I.    ���������      ���������*.  FINES FOR DOPING HORSES  French Stecplechnce, Society Guar.'s  Against Fraud  Paris! ���������-- Penalties varying from  $100 to $1000, with power to withdraw trainers' licenses In the last ;������������������  sort, aro Imposed for doping (giving  stimulants to horsosl by- regulations  adopted at the annual meeting of tho  French Steoplcchase Society.  * The responsibility la thrown on the  trainer In every case ln which lt is  proved that a horse ran under.tho Influence' of a stimulant Illegally administered. Horses with vespiraloiy  tubes will be debarrod from raco  courses controlled hy the society.  Suicide by Machine-Gun  Berlin.'���������A private ln lin Infantry  regiment ..t Grnz has committed buI-  cldo '. y placing himself before a m:  chine-gun nnd firing lt by means Qf a  cord, Ills 1-ronst was riddled with  bullets. The mtu had had differences with hia superior olllcors.  Edgar Knew Thom���������The teacher  was hourlng hor elans of small boys  In ninthoiiiallc*).  lSdjfa.. eho said, If your father can  do a piece of woric In seven days,  and your Undo William can do it in  ulno days, how long would 11 take  both of them to do ll?  Thoy would never get done, answered tho hoy earnestly. Thoy would  sit down and tell r.sh stories.  A Power of Its Own .���������Dr. Thorn-  an' Kcloctrlc Oil htis tv militlo power  of Its own that other oils ennnot pro-  lend to, though Uicrn nre many pre-  tendoni. All who ha*, i used It know  thin nnd keep tt hy them na tin mont  valuahlo liniment available. iti  uses aro limiimnra' lo and for many  years. It h;.s been prlrod ns tlio 3.".*l-  Ing liniment Tor -.Man nnd houst.  The Run-.way  I think, old fellow, hegnn Mr. Fatn-  blyman, It Is tlmi\ you woro beginning  to hunt for a wife,  To hunt foi ono replied tlin highly-  eligible bachelor. You menu It la  timo 1 gavo up avoiding onn aud ul-  lu,,,,"  *:.������������������ -''If tc li" /"-ptnred.  Is CLEAN, and  as SIMPLE ^  "A.B.C."  NO  chance of  ���������  MISTAKES  if you uso  The Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  All Kinds of Cloth.''  TRY IT ������ni1 prov* ll for yourself 1  Send for l-'rcc Color Conl, Story Hooklct, and Hook-  lot tfivli-u result* of LlycliiB over other colora.  .Tli-a Johtisoii.Klchur-.Iiioii Co., Llmltc.l. - .Montreal  r~  Maypole Soap  DYE8 SO  EASILY  With   MsypoU  So������p  there ".������ do  UouDle&uduomuii  ia   home, dyeing. _  Dye������ cotton, wool,  ���������ilk or mixtuitt. 24  .coloibWjll civjjkny^  ���������hade. Colon.IOcT*  Bltck I5c--sl put  dealei'i ot poitptud  with booklet "Hew  I to Dye" from  ^ F. I. BENEDICT  THOUSANDS  ol formers,  nr.d horsemen  have saved money*  by u s I n -j   Ken-  daU'sSpnvlnCuro  forSpavlnrt, Curb, RinEbone, Splint, Uon***'  ���������Growths and Lameness from many other  causes. These men know that Keudall'i  Is a money saver and n horse saver. \V������  cm prove ll by thousands ol  Cratoful Loiters From Usors  I.ANGIUM, S.'.fiK,, Dl'.C, 13th, ������9tt.  "I linve ^ lart;e filocle cl liorf.ffi ami am ������  user of Krncinll'if Spavin Cure, 1 must nay  tlint I nlvray-i Imd lhe V'esi, sal Isf not ton front  its upc, nud can reeouimeiuleil It to any  hort*; owner," JOSltl'lI 1'1'UNI*.  ruiKOr." I.MtK, TUn. Uik:, j.(11i, 1911.  "I have lined Kendall's Rpavlii Cure for  flveycavs, I find U11 wire cure for Spavins,"  V/JW.MM GRANT.  Price fi per toottle���������-S'bottlM fj, Ask  dniRRlst for free I100V '���������Trcntlne on tlie  Home" or write to vs. '13  Dr, B. J, Konda.ll Company  Enotburtf FaIIi, Vermont, ll, !*  WWtllBW���������  ���������'-.WIW^IW  A.  '^������������*m  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LAIJU-IS WANTED���������To do work at  homo; decorating cushion Coptr, cai  malco from \Z to $5 j*Dr day; ploananl  Vi-oi-1*. A'.iuoiv.' Art Co,, Dc,)t. N, 43  Btcolo Hilt., Wiiinlpejf.  Keep Ml'v.rd't Liniment in ttit duwie  im.   ������     <i 1 ium (  Taken \o Heart  Mm. Chanc.ol--Oh, Hem*/, I wish  you had boon to church this movnhiR.  Drj to^s .\uiiti.y.^l cso 'oi do jnvo.  llo'Bt'fl-drmons on 'Lovo yom-^iolghbttr'  and lho wfttt'M? remarks mado* ihat'  Bjiltoful.-lmlotHl Mro. Oahhors Hfjulrm  waB floinolhlj^F that would bovo dono  jour heart ifjjmi*  1   ��������� it n.i ii   1 -     in������,1 1  Uttlo Pi'iddlA-rf-nchf-il tlio mntut-o  uro cf Ihroo, ad discarded i*olUtio;iiH  for liiili-'lc'rhor-lcrrs.  Ah, cried lho proud molhr-r, *how  j*oii aro n *AMa man.  Tho flodUiup" waa In ealar-lr**, Din-  IilavliiR hiu Kannontt" to tlieir full ad-  viiittago ho -ntlRod (.lofif-i* to lila mo-  thi r nnd v.hlsivrrd: Mununlo, enn 1  -.;.:: ;'.-i nn, now''  Owlni; lo lho rcavy rush 0!. aprliif*  trnlllo to noilhfi'ii points In Hrltlnh  Coliiinhln, tl.o ������ian.\f; nnont or tho  Grand Trunk Pacini! StcaniBhl.i Company nir.ioMiicrtj that It will bo unablo  lo liiHtnll oil-huruiiiK ctiiil.iiiciit In  tholr bIearner 'I'rlnco John' lmino-d-  modlnloly as 3 nd been Inloiidod, for  tenr of dlBorfi'nnii'.lnK tho Borvlco anil  wlll not wlt.l������dvnw her from tho vog-  ular- 11111 for tlj'.a purpoBo unIII tl n  mil umn. Oil li.irnlng ourIhob woro  liiHtalled In tho Trlnco Hupcrt nnd  Vi'luco GoorflD) liiKt fiprlii** nnd In tho  Princo Albert within tho last fow  woolen no ihat whon filiiilltii' oiiRlnoa  nro plnccd in tbo Trlnco John nil of  tho conipntiy'H londliiR vcssols will lo  HUt'ii tCAb Mi- -.r.C'.'A m������dnvn nud olll-  i-h-lil   OfUll'.iWr-Tit.  "Bniniiin im  Pr���������i; -i-'l * ' ���������  Llii-.i-.i-J.   .'   ���������  <��������� Nnunrtti  ui   i':i\v.u\*l cf  THE NEWS. 'CTJMBJSKEAND. B. C.  1  r-j  Ir**  i;  i'i  I'*  ���������fe-  ���������*  I?*  i**.  EMIGRATION  LESS IN IRELAND I cents to 50c. *  That any professional   ���������*.��������� i gentleman should be asked to give a  Two Facts Which Go to Prove That certificate  for  such  ridiculously  low  |o^^"it^l t,3**^li>a *T4U  r*  i>\  S|-SATIN GLOSSJ  ir������'Eai?IcSSA  ������[; HARNtS'a.BUr.l.Y lOPiSAUniCS, ,.  fc.1:������������������.'! TU'Y NCI a, l'HAVn.iNa bag.s .*  .Ji  ,*(        MILITARY fQUiRH!:Nr5;CTC:.J     ?'"  IpOME^TIcSPtClALTYGay  .'"      ��������� HAMILTON,*'-*   ONT;     '   .  m  THE   WORLD 3   BEST   POLISH  CANCER  t,  Batk Tret.    A ample  Hem*  (renlmtnt rtmoved  ' Ikup from this lidy'a breast  Old aoi-e*. ���������team  and  Irowlhs cured.    Deioribc  faar troublt | -wc will acod book ���������������������������* teatimaaiata.  THS CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, umitm  l-  (��������� CHUKCHILL AV*.. TORONTO  i\!f  The Heart of a Piano is the  Action.   Insist on the,  ������,Otto Higel"  Piano Action  1.*  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND GrlM. *  Mks.Winu.oWs Soothing 6Y������ur liaa beem  used for over SIXTY YBARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS for thsir CHII.DRKN WIUI,*  TKKTIHNG. with PERFECT SUCCESS. Jt  BOOTHB3 tiie CHILD, SOKTKN3 the GUMS,  -AI;I;AY9a!l-PAIN-;-GURES-W-IND-COLIC,-M*i  is the beit remedy ior DIARRHCSA..* 'It is a*.  aoliitely harmless.   Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  - ���������WlBilo'w's Soothing Symp," and tske ������o othei  . ktnil.  Twenty-five cents a bottle.  an  Era  of Pea    ; and  Prosperity  Has Arrived' ,  Dublin, Ire-land-.���������About a deoa-. ���������  ago, one of lho Irish judges of assize  was angry at Tullaniorc���������and ho said  so. The (listlnguishsd . ollicial was  compelled to travel to the capital of  King's county; so were grand jurors  nnd petit���������or common���������jurors, bo were  the high sheriff, and all tho big men  and minor men who, somehow, manage to find opportunities of performing  public service In connection with an  assize court; and'all the troublo and  expoiisf war, entailed so that the judge  and grand jurors, llie common jurors,  and the wise persons associated with  thoni might .decide a quarrel between  two-individuals as lo the ownership  of an as:* valued nt leu shillings slerl  lug.  During the* present   spring assizes  'going judges In Ireland have, for the  most pari, been -ranked amongst the  unemployed.     In some    places   tlio  eases brought before thom cou! I have  been disposed of in the county courts,  or' by magistrates at petit sessions;  perhaps some, of the cases should not  have beeu heard at all.     Mr. Justice  Gibson received a pair of white gloves  from the  sub-sheriff at Kilkenny oh  Saturday���������the lirst presented to him  during an experience   of   twenty-five  years. ��������� , Mr.  Justice    Ross was    In  Cork city on Ihe same Any. Only two  cases were to be tried���������small Hen.**  of * larceny  and   robbery���������hi  a  great  community of 100,000 people, and tho  judge spoke warmly, almost affectionately of the southern capital as possessing, au atmosphere  that one did  not always find about other cities in  Ireland. At Roscommon county court.  Judge'Wakely, also received a pah' of  white gloves on Saturday.      So the  tale has been told throughout Ireland  ���������from Derry,  Antrim and Down  to  the ends-of-the south and west:.  * The emigration from   Ireland,   according to.the annual report of the  registrar general  showed a decrease  of 1,229, tho figures being-15,675 males  auir-14,12-1 females, making a total of  29,799.     Since 1851, when the collection  ,of returns ��������� commenced���������and   it  must be remembered that lhe fanilno  years preceding' drove rout thousands  ���������the   total * number   ot    emigrants  amount .to 2,207,637 males and'2,039,-  723  females;   making  the   enormous  total of 4,247,360.     '  .The United States was the destination of 20,466 emigrants, in comparison with an average of 21,388 for the  four preceding years. Emigration  to Canada showed an increase of 310.  The number of emigrants,-Mo South  Africa was 147, as against 113. Tl������  emigrants to Australia numbered 842,  aa against 765, and those to, New Zea-  .lanP89,_a_3_agalnst_lM  fees to. a person lo whom he may  have to travel a dozen miles cr more  is rather startling. A messenger  would demand,as much if not moro  for going merely on an errand. The  proposed fee Is less than the tip  which would be given a jarvey employed for n comparatively short journey .-'"''.  " The whole medical profession ofi  Dublin ha3 rejected the terms* as being totally inadequate. i.nd decline to  put their names on the panel unless  aud until lhe minimum terms agreed  to at Uie general meeting of, tho profession be,conceded. It is nianife*-1  11 at the doctors all over the country  itro'ih revolt agiili.st the terms offered by tho the commissioner*-. ��������� It  may take a long tinit* to arrange an  agreement between the parties. If JToublV  medical benefits uro extended to this  country we may expect to wltnass another struggle between lhe doctors*'and  the eommlsaloner.-." The ultimate  result will be that, the cost of administering the act will exceed all expectations.  SPLIT 40 CORDS  AT AGE OF 85  Thankful to the Medicine That  Gave Him Ability For  the Task.  A VERY INTERESTING,CASE  lt  is  C.P.R.  JUM   tw  Flower Day  I  -ty-four *.cari*  since!  OLD WOMAN ROBBED  Eyes  Assailant Throws Pepper l;i He  and Snatches Handbag  '������������������   Paris.���������Mme. Jules Aubary, a woman of 75 years, went to a bank in  tho Boulevard Uaussmann and cashed  a check for $540.  ' When, she returned to her- flat she  waa attacked on the staircase by a  man weaviug a long overcoat and a  bowler hat. . lie struck her violently  on the neck and then threw a handful of pepper in ;.c eyes. She fainted, and' her assaiian'. snatched he-.'  handbag containing the $340 and disappeared.  Later the li sin.*.bag was found empty  in an alley in tK vicinity.  Few L'.e'.i ot eighty-five year*! of age  can boast of much else but pool-  health and falling strength, Ar I such  was the condition of Mi*. - Benj.  Marsh, who is kuown to every soul  in the nei^hborhocc" of his home at  Llmo Lake, Ont.  "Quito unsolicited," write" Mr.  Marsh, "I witli to say how I have  been bothered for years with ttomach  I tried everything I could  think of without benefit. , I was terribly afflicted with swelling t id gas,  and had much distress1 between  meals. I tried everything I could  think of, but without benefit. Then  I was recommended Nerviline. My,  but Nerviline did me a power of good  ���������made n new man of me, so that  within the lasj, threo weeks I have  been able to split about forty cords  of stove .woo. 1 will always stick  to Nerviline ard will always recommend it', and vould.like to meet anyone and convince them if in doubt  as to what Nervil.'-o has * done for  mo."  , For sour stomach, nausea! belching  of gas, cramps an: sudden' sickness  at night, nothing Is moro helpful in  tho home, nothing saves so much pain  and distress as Nerviline. , Largo  family size bottles,' COc; small nize,  25c; at all' storekeepers and druggists or The Catarrhozone Co., Dr.:.  falo, N.Y.  FARMERS HANDY-ACCOUNT.BOOK  Just what you r auire to keep   account  of  your  expenses.      Drc.i  a  lino to your local Bank.    They   will  ->3nd you one for the a:king.  ARLINGTON  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS  Something  bet (fr  thnn   linen,  nnd no  ' Inunilry    bills.   Wash  with  , Soap    and  Water.   All stores, or direct.   State style  sinil  sine.   i*or  26c.   we  will  mall  you,  THE   ARLINGTON   CO.   OF   CANADA,  Limited  68   Frr-"*"  Avenue,  Toronto,  Ontario  Doubtless  Pa pa, asked Freddie, what Is tho  difference between tal'iiig an oath and  littering one?  llm! Well, my son, his falher ans-  wprcil, a politician lakes an oath when  he gooH Ii.to ofllco, Uo utter** one  when lie leaves ll. ���������  Charity  Do you ililnk $U0 will be enough  to glvo (he minister'? enqtiirotl tho  proHiiectlve lu'ldogroom.  Vou'd belter make it $25, replied  the beflt mnn. Un Is going to be  married himself next wool-:.  Hard nntl soft corns both yield to  Ilolloway'rt Corn, Curo, which is entirely mifo lo uso," nud certain nud  Biiila'facloi'y l-'i Its action.  Worse Than a Mormon  f'iipetown,--Norman McKay, who  was sentenced recontly nt Durban for  forgery, had during hia career, proposed to nntl luul been aocopted by  sis I non womon, wllh nine of whom  1 ��������� eloped."  Cause Enough  You nny you ilon'l Intone! lo nmrry  Miss Whoppi.**".'  Tlml'H whal I Bald.   Two mon liavo  come betwoou ub,  Two?  Yen; a  mnrrled.  ' The number of natives ot Ireland  who emigrated with the Intention of  settling permanently in "Great Britain  In 191'J was 1,867. The highest provincial rate was 10.G per 1000 of the  population for ' Conuaught; Ulster  came next with a rate of 7.5 and tlio  rales for Minister and Lelnster were  respectively C.9 and 3.3 per 1000.  The number of emigrants who embarked as steerage passengers to lhe United Slates was 19,357, and of these  5,762 had their passage paid ior In  America.  Had. there been no emigration from  Ireland during the. last' decade, tlie  normal Increase in population would  liava beon at the rate of 26,000 each  year, But, wllh the single exception  of 1908, tho drain of emigration exceeded tho normal increase ot population by, oh. an averago, 4,000 every  year. Worso still, tho bulk ot tlio  emigrants cpnslstfj of persons between  the ages or 15 and 35 the period when  they would bo. of the greatest, economic value to tho nation. I-Iowovor,  tho drain of emigration hns, since  1851-61, decreased In each subsequent  decade, and thero Is good reason lo  hope that when the nest coiisuh Is  taken Ireland will be able to show mi  increasing population.  Citizens ot Ireland's capital met In  the Mansion Houso last week under  the chttli'mans-thlp of Ireland's lirst citizen, Iho lord mayor of Dublin. They  did not hold a public meotlng. Ail*  (lressos wero -dollvove*-!*- by lho lord  mayor, John Dillon, M.P., and .Tonoph  Devlin, M.P.. but lho business of tho  hour wns fo Inaugurate tho homo vttlo  fund for 1913 In tho molropollfl and  beforo tho proceedings lermlnt'.lod the  sum of $0,500 had been subscribed  by thobo present. Thus. Dublin  broko 'its own record���������a great I't'i'.t  when tho patriotic goiiproHlly ot Its  cltl'/flnH Uml yonr Is remembered, and  It niu si. l������o noted Unit tho $6,500 rained  bo readily Is only lho niielons of Dublin's contribution lo tho fund. Tbuui  who had boon clrculiitlitK stho fnl. ������������������  hoods that tho IrlH'. peivdo were not  homo rulers ut :*eurl', and Hunt only  ������, fow aulintorH '.-Wilt*, tlio movement  What They All Said  1 can't keep visitors' from coming  up, said��������� William Winkle, dejectedly.  When I say you're out they won't believe me. ' They-all say they must  see you.  Well, put them off, somehow, .said  the editor with a worried look., Whatever they-say. jus', -tell .them, that's  whal they all say.    Be firm, ;.ee?  Yes, sir.  Thai afternoon a lady called.     She  had hard features and an acldiexpress-  ion, and she determined to  see lhe  editor at onco.  ** Impossible, said William.  But I'm his wife, persisted tlu lady.  That's what'.they, all say, said the  boy....  What ' puzzles :ue, said - Uncle  Snooks as he lool. 1 up from a,book  hi was consulting, Is this: If a mtiii  la_Htandlng^ou_the_side_of-_a_'_hill_P_r  mountain how is hi; to settle in his  ,' All Square  It was in a West End restaurant,  where Sandy went for a drink, and  he" ordered a whisky and soda, fcr  which they charged him a whole shll-  lin.-. He complained of tha price  and said that" he was only accustomed to pay Uvecr -<" for a nip of  whisky.  ,  Next day Sandy went int*. ,the same  placo again, ordered a drink and put  down threepence. It was a different barman, but he protested.  No, no sr.ld'Sandy. No, no, mon;  that's all right. I saw yer picturts  yesterday.  Minard'd     Liniment       Lumberir.an's  Friend  (!ood liiti'iitioiiH somollnifB t'ven out-  live the hftiiilaehp Hint k'ivvo them  birth.  nti  f^m^0^:  Vs\\\\\  mm  nllve, tuny not luiVniHto' union to fool  auliiinied ot thoinHclvOB^iit Iboy will  Bitvolv nuif-tor up im.ourU pritdniico lo  preacher nml the man nlio abandon pretense *m* gliirlnKly untrue  nnd ridiculously untciiubl'-,  Ai Dublin lias begun, ho lrolni.il  wlll continue. Bho HinndH either to  l'f-nll/.'i her lu.tlonnl iisplriitloiis within tho next twolvo months or ho, or,  If lho fatoB aro unkind, to have all lho  hop-on of tr-ln*- daHhotl lo Iho ground,  nml -llto-prospect,'of n'holher porlodof  agitation and turmoil opened up f������.r  hor. At llu* pt'OBont moment ovory-  thing points to victory ior me Jionio  j-ali? hill. Am] ibo boiuo rule bill  menus thi* hcHiyconstitution Irolnnd  ovor possessed, from whatever atniul-  point tho bill Ib considered, I'tic-  llonlsm may nttnolc tlio llnanoo of tho  bill, but mo Irish party and tho Irlnh  peoplo nro snnsiici) nun, ihu nvutiu-iHi  BOttlomtint Is 'just ami reasonable, tin-  dor the clrcunistanct'9, nnd glvos our  country a fair, ovon nn oxcollout  chanco of rotrlovlig Its prosperity,  Tlio mil fact in that with *fnctlon|sin  it Is n, 0080 ot rule or ruin; It lias  shown Itself Incapable of ruling, nnd  tho Irish pooplo will tako good euro  that li shall not ruin. !l  Although tiioro arc no medical lir.v  cfits under tho Insurance act In thin  country, friction has already arisen  botv.'oon tho doctors and tho IiiHitnutco  coinmlsrilonr-rs. A smlo of foon for  c<*rt!flcRtlon w;ir\ formulated not lung  ago by Mii** '���������onuiilfi.'-l'.ri'-rfl. awl nomrA-  KIDNEY  i-������##***������j������SW  THE$  mind whether 'ho is .on an acclivity  or declivity'.' According to my dictionary here the former Is a' slope up  and'the latter a. slope down. I've  never "yet seen a slope up that didn't  slope down. " ,  CHILDREN IN THLHOME  When there, are children .In the  homo it requires constant attention  to keep them freo from tho many  childhood ailments which come so  quickly���������somo of them proving fatal  while others leave the little one cross,  restless and *'eak. To keep little  ones well Baby's Own Tablets must  be kept in tho house. These Tablets  regulate the stomach and bowels,  break up cold-i and fevers; expel  worms nnd make teething easy. The  Tablets nre sold by medicine dealers  *...��������� by mall at 25 cents n.hox from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ���������vine, Out.    ���������       i'   He Understood  Tho man and his wife in Uio motor  car camo faco to face with the man  on. a hoavlly-laden wagon In a narrow  lane. Quito as a matter of courso  the husband raado a move to back out  ���������and allow tlio wagon to pass, But  his wlfo objected.  Uit hlni back out sho said coldly.  Wo wero here first. Ho must have  scon us coming.  Her husband pointed out that a  sharp curve In the road rendered this  Impossible.  1 don't, can) roltornted the ilaino ln  the car. I don't Intend to move. I'd  rather remain horo all day.  But--," tlio  husband bognn feebly.  Olo over, .man, said tho carter, and  tlio lonos of his volco exprossod a  grout sympathy. Don't, argy nny  moro. I'll hack out. l'vo got ouo  llko hor at 'omol  A������k for Mlnard'o and take no other  No Chance lo Escape  I couldn't got out of marryliig her,  llenpoi'k explained      When sho -im-  posed sho said: Will you marry mo?  liavo you any objection?     You seo,  no matter wlieth.*r I mild yos or no,  she had nio.  Why ���������didn't you  just, keep  silent,  tlieii? Inquired IiIb friend.  That's  what I did, nnd she -said:  flllPiK'o bU'oh . ensoul, aud thai ended  II.    Tho house Ih ho lonoKonio wil bout  you and tho dour children, wrlLi-s  nubbins now to tho absent wlfo, who  -      , \ r        ii i    ',    ,.    , ,   11,   ,,i ,  Iti     \*. Il.ll      I UO     iltlllta',      .11.     ���������'*���������'      ������..*./.-.������������������ 1    J.  Hut Iho fnUhfid lunld-r.f-fill-wrii'k  writes; Hlmro, mi .n, Mr. 1 HbbliiH  hasn't iioon in until aftor twolvo  o'clock lieur a night blnce you left.  'Twas Cetter So  They   wero "engaged.    Perhaps   :  repented; perhaps he did it only for  (un.      Said he:  My darling Ethel, what would you  ���������H-ry-IMrwere-to-tell-you-that^I-cannot-  marry  you.  ��������� I would i:ay, my dearest love, that  I havo a big brother who would make  lt wavm for you, and Uiat I have somo  of tne sweetest little" billets-doux that  would make it expensive for you;  George dear.  But you know I haven't said It.  I know you haven't, my pet.  So' we'd better get married,' hadn't  we?  1 think so, my. precious.  An epileptic dropped In a fit on o:*.o  of the streots of Boston.not long ago  and was taken to a hospital' Upon  removing his coat there was found  pinned to his waistcoat a slip of i -.-  per on which waB written: ���������  Thla is to infoim the house surgeon  that this .8 just' a caso of plain fit;  not appendicitis. My appendix has  already been removed twice.  Employer���������Yes, I advertised for :���������.  strong boy.   Do you think you will  suit?  Applicant���������Well, havo just finished thrashing three other applicants  .out In the passajo.  I II      I II    I  T  It's bettor lo deliver tho goods than  to bo caught with thom on you.  an cmploj    of the CP.lt.  raised a",  few  varieties of tlowc-r"-seeds in his j  own' garditi    and    distribute I    thein -  among'Lis friends In    the    company}  with the idea of beautlfylr.s io soma  extent the if>r..ewhat barren aspect of  the   stalk ih  cu  tho   railroad   ro'iiul  houses and ynr'. ofllccs on the ?oiu-  pany's properly      It was a small beginning hu   tula j the C.P.U. is celebrating its semi-nii-iuaWiower day and  tlie littlo seed planted in tho earlier  day has growii to such au extent that  it requires a flora!; department to'hand-  lo  the   work  and  instead  of a  few  packages of  seeds  ha.-tdc.l- out to   i  limited number of employe* no less  t'*an 150,000 packet*! of .various varieties have been distributed to station  agents, sectlo     foremen,    those    lu  charge of round houses, yard ofllccs  and all om*>loyes living on company's  property,  showing an  Inclination  towards tho cultl-atlon of flowers.     In  thr- fall a million ot bulbs wero given  out and the bene i of these is now being felt, as .from tho Atlantic to the  Pacific and oven on    Vancouver   Island, the traveller will oeo the delightful results from the fall planting of  theso luxurious Hovers.    Even ln tho  mids'. of* the prairies where men are  permanently encamped working on tho  Irrigation  ditches  at' forty   different  points have seeds been sont for cultivation,  which  Is another demonstration of tho effeel   the    tending   of  ft.   crs has ou the human mind aud  body,    Those men take- a. great delight In caring for tho ".plants as they  gradually grow ,;-.d enjoy their fragrance as much su   the   man   nearer  home".    Tin Influences and -'.ncourage-  inent bf flower growing on the C.P.R.  during the last twenty-four years has  materially assisted in the Inauguration  of floral societies   in'   almo:.*.   every  town along the lines ot the system,  and an  eramlnatlon will  show  that  aclively connect I with    theso   hundreds  of  societies ' ar j  employes  of  the C.P.R. , whose   first   lesson   ln  flower  culture and  the  love  of the  beautiful were .learned' in the service  of the company under thj  stimulat-l  lug influences of the/Florai   depart-  -. eut.    Station   Improvements   have  led to town imp.ovements and often  the  C.P.R.   is  r.sked  to  co-operate  with some of* these institutions for the  beautifying of open   spaces,   aud   in  many instances the; station Is a sort  of bureau    for    flower    information,  while the floral department at, Montreal   Is   looked   upon   as  the   headquarters of flower Information fcr tho  whole of the C.P.R. system from the  Atlantic to the-Pawiftc.      'In   every  division      'special   '   prizes are  awarded   for* the  best displays  and  many of the employes have become so  interested ln the work as to try their  results against the, best In tho country by' exhibition at ihe big exhibitions  ^In_many_-instances thoy .have  been,very successful and have carried  away the premlei prizes Many  agents3 have wonderful .vegetable 'gardens-* in the west for-the. cllraato is  such that anything can be grown.  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DONT MISS THIS OFFER.  bBK  GLOViS  Tliafi Are Guaranteed  Whytak- chances In buying a pair  if Joves when youcangJt apooitivo  fuaranteo !*acV.od by ^Canada's  largest glovo factory in tha        ��������� *  B.BXPintoSliellGloves  mada from specially tanned horse-  hldo. . Guaranteed wet pro f, v/ind  pr.of, st:am and heat proof.   Send'  fcr Migrations.  HUDSON BAY KNOTTING CO.  Cibi4**' ISxper! Glow,- (1 MitJ Msico,  MONTREAH,. ''      '  FIERCE   DUEL   IN   PARIS  MOTHERHOOD  SUGGESTIONS  *���������*���������������*���������**������������������*���������*���������immimtmmaati  Advice to Expectant Mothers  ���������Tlint  50c. a box or ilx Uxet for $2,SO,  at nil de-ilnm, or The Doddt Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,  Canada.  W.  N,  U,  018  Caiitloiw.    Anyway.���������VjH.1ki  ymiiiK iium oi ,>\>nt(i liar, nunc ii.a'ith  than I Kiivo.lilni credit for.  DaiiRhtov���������Oh, mum, you don't mally niciin It'?  Fathoi���������Y������M, liiHU'iitl of roiiiliii* to  hoo mo ho Milled nio ni> on tho Mo-  phone.  ma.       - i         ���������    r  Tol. Price for n Small Book  l.riiidnii. ���������A on]tv of iho Knt-llsh  nljou Almanac fnr 18r.S, which moa-s-  ure������ only threonniti'tcrs ot nn Inr-h hy  flvc-oiKhtH oi nn lu*h and Is -tmrlofiod  In n morocco cuhq with a ninKtilfylnp*  Rliifl-i to rend ll, vhb Hold nt Hnthe-  ' -*������������������.<��������� rrcf-ntly frr 125.  Ini; to It, Un* twrnt to bti alloivtiil for! I'A drunken ma:  a,     certlflo-ito     vnrloi     from     181 thin*-* l.o known-  will lull you every-  ���������but. wlirti'n tho line?  The sxperlAnco of Motherhood in a trying ono to most women and marks di**-  tinutly an epoch in thoir liven, Not ono  womnn in a hundrod is prepared or un-  dersUndii how to properly core for herself, Of couree noarly every woman  nowadays hiu medical treatment at  such times, but many approach tho  experience with an orgnniiim unfitted  for the trial of strongtli, nnd when it  is over her system has received a shock  from which it is hard to rocover, Following right upon this comes tho nervous strain of caring for the child, and  a distinct chah||4ft'the \moihor result-1,  There is nothing moro charming than  ti happy and henlthy mothor of children,  and indeed child-birth undor tho right  conditions need bo no hazard to health or  hmnut-.y. Tho nnHXplnlnahlrt thlnfr Is that,  with all tlio evidence of shattered nerves  and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, nnd with ample time  in which to prepare, women will ptiruiat  in golnu; blindly to Uie trial.  Gvory woman at th!* time should rely  upon Lydia E.l'inkhnm'gVegetRble Compound, a most valuable tonic iind Invlg-  orator of tho femalo organism.  Iu m������ny homes  onco childless there  are now children becauso bf the fact  that Lydia E. Pink-  ham's Vegetal)!-***  Compound makes  womon normal,  healthy ind strong.  If you want special ad rice write lo  J'iTdla E, Vlnkliaw Medicine Co. (eonfl-  ���������lenf'al) hjnn, Mas*. Your letter wlll  bo '.jponcd, read and nn-wered hj a  wpmoh -.nd lioltl iu strict conflv>'.'uoe->  The Pill That Brings Relief .���������'When  after ono has partaken of a meal he la  oppressed hy feelings ot fullness, aud  pains in the "stomach he suffers from  dyspepsia, ' which -vill persls.1*. u It  ho not dealt with. Parmelee's Ve&-  etahlo Pills aro the very best medicino  that can be taken to bring relief.  Thoso nills are specially com* Jiinded  to deal with dyspepsia, and their  sterling qualities In this r.jpcct can  Lo vouched for b/ legions of users.  Card trl-jhs form, ah important part  lr. tho stock in trade of nearly every  sleight-of-hand performer, says a  writer In the Hamburg Ar.tisllsche  Nachrlchtui, anil whllo thoy amuse  us thoy hardly ever merit H|iccjal attention. There has recently, however  appeared on the Btago a man who has  gono sovoral. atops beyond lho groat  army of doxt*..'ous enrd manipulators.  Of courso thoro Is nothing superhuman about it all, but In seeing this  blindfolded man pick thirty cards  which had beon selected by six illffor-  en I, persons and lolling lho order In  which they were drawn frc.-n a no./  pack which ho had never handled  makes ouo marvol at a peculiar skill  which liilRhl easll.* pan for magic.  Fond Mollier���������Nov,' V.d-.mril, bIc  down r.nd tell ino why tho teacher  whipped yon.  Hdward���������If A'* all llie snmo to you,  I'd rather stand up and toll you.  f!ll)b8--You say your filond la a  vory proline writer of llcllon, What  sort ot Motion.  Dlbs-1. O.  V.'s mostly.  ���������mi ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������ -i -    _ ��������� n  ii ��������� - ra^aaatamt ^  Ponder This���������You'll ho sorry sot o  day that you dldn': marry.  Woll, I'd rather nol, bo married nud  bo sorry I wasn't thnn ho married in.d  Horry 1 was,  **m**m**n****^am**a*'������������**i**m>  Fate of the Fare  11 Tin* portI;- Bontlomim   hailed    tho  passing cub.     Cabby, ho said, $l.G0  If you drlvi) mo to tho station In less  than llfti-'c-n niliiiitos.  In ho Jumped nml away went cabby  at a rattling -.'ato. On roiu-htn:; tho  H-atlou ho was delighted to hoo that  ho hud HUM threo mltiuloH t. spare.  As soon as lho door was opened tlio  faro stepped out, pnntlng and mopping  his Htroainlng brow.  "Journal ist~ahd "Deputy-Are-Antagonis-*���������  tic and. Each  Means  Business.  Paris,  Prance.���������A fierce and prolonged duel with swords took placo at'  Neullly, a surburb of Purls, recently,  between M.  Berlhoulat, the brilliant  and clever editor of La Llberte, aud  M.Ceccaldl, the* well-known Radical-  Socialist' deputy.      Tho affair arosa ,  out ot some articles published In La ,  Llberto after the recent debate ln the  chamber on the amnesty iiuestion.  When the adversaries met on the.  field M-. Ceccald! first began to maku  violent thrusts at his opponent's faca  but thesa were adroitly parried.  Once M. Berthoulat's sword touched,  the ground aud the *llrect*>r i: tho affair at onco cried halt!  M. Ceccakll stopped at ones, but  M. Berthoulat, carried away by Ills  feelings, did not'respond to tho command, -ind his s'-vord plo/c:d M. Cec-  caldl's shoulder, In spite of the In-  Jury, M. Ceccaldl Insisted on continuing tho duel.  Moro furlov.a than ever before, "i'-in  light was resumed, M. Berthoulat for  the most part, remaining on tho defensive, boom howovor, ho was again  tho aggressor, .-.nd ho Intllctei'. a wound  on M. Ceocaldl'H chofit,  Tho seconds at onco Intsrvonod and  lho light was stopped. Tho surgeoim  In attondanco found llial tlio rl-ht  lung had been ponotriited. Lato i-i  tho evening a bull* In wns I: uo-1. In  this tho aurgoo-is say thai nlthj-igh  hoth M^. CeefialiT's wounds nro rl-yp.  no compllcallons hnvo as yot arisen.  Fined for Blowing a Kiss  Gonovn.���������A Swiss architect was  flnod $7 for blowing a kiss fro u tho  window of a railway compartment at  Snrno Station, to a young girl with  whom ho was acquainted.  No day Is long enough lo ,win-In  any of it nursing a grouch.  W World's  Confidence in  any article intended lo relievo  tho sufferings of hmnnnity is  not lightly won. Thero must  bo continued proof of value.  But for three meliorations, and  throughout tho world, enduring and growing fame and  favor  havo   beon   accorded  Whatovi r'n tho "ninl lor? nsl-od cabby.  ���������\f.iM������v- Pl'fiwi f'nn't vn< Kim. ihnt  tlio bolturn's dropped out of tho cub  and l'vo had to run all tlio v/.iy to the  stutluii, I'liow! Tliun; as ho looked  nbout lilm, his purplo faco ��������� becoming  innuvn. Cabby, ho said, ��������� you'vo  hroiiRht mo lo tho wrong station, and  Vvo lnRt thn *vnln.  finches  A rnggiMl urchin tniilgoil Inlo tlio  shoemaker's nnd laid a big pair of  shoes on the counter.  Mo father wants do to ylioes slrctcli-  rd, ho Kiild.  All rl*4hl, replied the -hosmiilcer,  whore do they pinch him?  Aw, answi'P'd thu ���������?ouiig������.t������ir, dcy  don't pliicl. him���������ho plnclu-d dem!  Lotubin.���������-A farmoi' a'. Holt, Norfolk, po'WHHt'-. a yoiuiK p|g hk'h lm*  four pi'rf������' vntM, and .'iIHioirIi :,i:uiy  templing offfis  hnvo  hi'i-n  nindi   to  llllll,  'tin   I I'll:.-.   I.  Ill   |iUlt   V, liii   i'ilii>   i-.il-  cilia .'real;.  BEECHAM'S  PELLS  becauso thoy havo proved to  be  the  best corrective  and  pt-CVliUli-iO uf dlwl'dcicvl COii-  tlitions of stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Tho first  doso ftivoR quick relief and permanent improvement foil-own  their systematic use, A. trial  will show why, in till homer,  tho uao of Beeehum's  Pills  Continues  To Increase  I        Said *trtrywlnirf,   in Ihum, 2.1 i.pi,i,,  i  lilt Illttlt   lilt  ol   Ml   ������Nii'H.    (-���������  ������������r   liftl4  ������it|Uil It toJ lit) k.'.,,-,, . ,*ii r,rrr lit- ~M=>eii  ac^--  i^rT^Tr-TV-i  ....   i, * '.'.*'.. j 'j*   ..    -.* t.'Jt'-~        .     .-..'*-.       ... - -        -     - '*��������� '������- C,~~.  -     ' Ti   ���������. i.       -v.   ��������� ��������� .  r       ,   i, ...i -* '   . . " '���������"��������� ���������J-'.-r'^T-. - ��������� -*������*���������-������������������������������������������������������;_.    - _-. .'.-i-r:.  MitHl^H'^im  .yi'iibfjflaiid Kews  -Wf'hii'sihiy the  ���������'���������">' oy  &    Cutyibenl5J.nd  \shlng   Company.  'h'-p'-v will not hold U?o)I  f-.i'ili! i'or the opinions oi' otli-  ; may -tppwir in Us columns  ..;.- ..(.'- i'i linio.  ��������� -. i'.  DAY   JUhX  19)3  ���������-���������.-r.i Luul Diiitiir.l.  -���������'.A;. I pf Comnw  '���������'li.'lL ils.u M.iry Thulin of  ,'*.v.*i*-.itir-*i n-an-icil   womnn  ���������i'i -y  f<:  r j-n-nmssiwii  to pr.r-  '-'���������...-   'J..-  fuilii vi,.;; lit-tcribed lands:���������  y     '-' ''.-.,;'-a a.j.o't planted at   the  ���������. -.'������������������������������������.'.--'-. a,ny\r of T. L.  No. 4.133-8,  y*,v. *     ������������������-iih   ���������������! chains, thence w.est 40  --..: A . *, :'-.t*i>co  sou ih 50 chains more or  . ..��������������������������� ���������.*-��������� .-.h������*>i,c line, thence ,ilori������f the uliore  .1*.. ,-*- cl-ains mure or  less ,to plac* of  .-' *.\.:���������*..*,* contniiiio;'.   2:kj acres^morc.pr  C'r.fi'KOi*: VERDIER'  A-.-cm for Mary Thulin  ....le Au-*,.*'i 1.3th, 1912.-  Sayward Lam'. District.  District cf Comox.  i' C.hZ NOTICE ihat Charles Thulin,  *.<! i -.nul, U.C , ncaij'-uion  merchant, in-  ��������� ���������'���������'.;!���������-: t3 ^pply  lor   permUsi .onto   pur-  .-''*. * ..: ..iv.; 1!:;- fullo-viny t escribed land:���������  . j']-:-. -I'cm^ a*. *i post pU-.iUecl in Browns  .'. v       '.-.e iu):*l!i-east corner .of T. L.  ���������-y/-,   ..i-.crice   west 8.1   chains, .thence*  .-i-Mrsh v.'i '-Inirn. .ihe-ice east  80 chains,  .** :he sh'ite line, thsne-s south 20 chains  .,v.i*.e cf less ;iloi-.y bhore 'line to-place of  j.-. ^iiinijia'cont.iinin',' 160 acres more or  GEORGEVERDIER  q,. Agent for Charles Thulin  Date August uih, 1912  WATER NOTICED  FOR A-LIGESCK TO TAKE AK1)  USE WATKR.  NOTIOK is hereby Rivum .that Ei'i-'-.i-'  malt & Naunimo Kallway, <..{   Viotoriii,  li. G will aiiply f������ r a licence* to tokt* D}}&  uso-100,000 gallons per 2-1 houra, cf walei  out of Thames Oroel',, ivliich Hows hi   ft  northerly  direction   through Newcastle  District and empties into Strut Is,of C������C'������:r  gia near 3 miles west oi  llif,'  Q\iitfici*'i*ft  ���������Uivir. Tho water will hu divirted at 119001"  upnUoaui  from  railway and will bu uswd  fo.r geufipjl railwpy pu.-pos-.en on tho Und j  dosoiibod aa Jvailway lliyht of W������y.   Thi-.  no!,ieo win posted on tho ^rountl' on ''the  Brd day of April. 1913.     Tho application  wi i bo filed in tlio ofllco ol tl.o Water lte-  cprdor at Victor-it", IJ;' O.    Objeiitiuun nay  bo iilod -yvitl-i tbo eiiiil Water Recorder !-r  with tho ComptrolUr of \Vuter Ui-j-V-s, j j?  Pailium-int Unildi.-tKs, Victm-iu .K .0.    (  ESQUl.MiVLT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  . 11. 13. UEASLKY  "ARont  ai.llfi     * nij'7  WATER NOTICE  for a licence to'take and  '' ' ' .use water. ,    .  ^������������������'^t^^'aawaaiw^  ���������������������fff.~ii������''w^  S���������v, vaj-d L-ind District.  Ilist.rjct -if Coino,\.  TAKE NOTICE :hat( George Vejrdi-  (tr, of Lund, E.C., occupation  ii*Jer--.ls to :ipply for periniss'ipn  t,o "pfjtr-!  chase th': f'*1.having described   lai>ds:���������  yc*ii*.i 111 i^ncrrfJTirn,   pBst~planted-at���������the  so-iiii ������vest CLiner ol Lo: ^thence aorth  .-,0 ch -.ins "to "tiii shore line, thence follo'v  ���������jr.,r tin; sh-iro line "around the point to the  Vi.ice oi iic^'ipniny.  ���������QECiUCE VERDIER  Applicant  Jj.ve AuaM-,ru 141I1, 1912  '-'���������:*i������\vav*.l Land District.  District oi'-Couiox.  'IAKIL NOTICE   li.r.u ' Fred Thulin,  oi f.uiv.l, ii.C, (iccupalion  lrierchani, in-  ���������vJi-nl- 10 :ipply  for   permission   to   pur-  :'.i.is������   thv  f.)ilo.vinj; ilc-jCi'ibed  land:���������  .',.". .ii-i.iiLnciii,*.', ai  a  post  piaii'te-'l ;tt the  3 i".r.h-'=.i.-*.i corner of Tiniber   Lease No.  ;��������� i.;.'>4, tiici'M.*''-  wast  Su   dnins,   thence  .-. J.1H1 ;: * t.luii'is, thcoce cisi So chains to  ihe siuiv.  line,  inence   fallowing;  shore  ::,-.'.- ivivil*. S.j chain-*,  moro. or less lo llie  .i'-f.  : of lv.^iii.-*,!!!,' 0. )iHai'iinj,j. 640 acres  r  iv-ii'. of lc---  ��������� iVEOUGE VEKDIEU  Ai;erit for Freil Thulin  J;ai������ An-jtist fa1!). I0P  "%Myt  mjmii SAMS No. X31.  ,. CIS AM'! I) TKXlilSRS will bo rp-  vj> foivf-il )jy ilio Miniuior of Lnnil-j  not Jii'iT llnin noun on lho 24:.li  il'ii' 0? April, I'.Mli for lho purclia-o  of Li'-.i'iio:- No ,'X;H, to cut  2,10-T-j 000 i..*i'l ' f rnil.icr- on Iho  Norf'.v Wi'"'. Qunrli'.* >>f fl-rfitiun 21,  |Jr!ti:ri,in j������-lr.riil, N.itiiitn.o District.  Tw-.' yf'atri vj'i)l In"; :tll"iw(.nl for the,  rcmovMl "I t*<it" linil-i**,  I'ii ri'tcu In rn   of   Chitf   Korcetor,  , "Vict'iriu, li. (L i.)2(.i..ou'2:i  NOTICE is hereby given that Es<u*ii-  ma t &. Nanaimo -Jlail\vay, of Vie turn,  B.O will apply for a lictpce t������ tako aud  use ,100,000 galluna par 2i hours, cf water  out of Sandy Creek, which flows in a northerly dii uction through No'-^'-astle Pis-  triot and emptied into Deep Bay, uear  Rosewe-1 ,Gi-eeli.' Tho wiitjr will bo diyor ���������  ted at 2150.*- oii-.troam from Railway and  will ho used for General iViil\viy piu]>o,*es  on tho land described as Railway Right of  .yVuj*. This jintice >d8 posted 011 th,e  ground on the 3rd d-y of April, 19IS.  The application will \>o Hied in tho oQice  of tho Water Recorder at VJotorii, B. C.  Oh^octionp may he filud with tho said  Wator Recorder-or with tho Co.mgirollp.v  of Water Bights, Parliament Btrkliuts-  Victoria, B. 0.  ESQUIM ALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  II. E. BEASLEY  * " " Agent  apllS _y '     '   ���������  iny7  ICE  FOR A LICENCE TO TAK1? AND  USB WATKR.  NOTICE is hereby given that K- qui-  malt & Nanainjo Raihyay oi .Viotoria,'  B. C. will nppiy for a licenc-i to ta'so and  uao 100,000 (fallow) per 24 hour*, ot water  out of Hindoo Crockt which, flows jq a  northerly direr.tioji 1.hrc\igh Nc'.hou Distriot and empti'jointo r>iiyco Sound iiC-Ar  Tsablo River. Tho ivati'r will bo dUc-t-rd  at lioO-upatreara from Railway and vvll bo  used for Goneral Railway purpos-CH on the  I md deacribod iih ruilvay ri(.;lit ol w.iyTluB  uocico war, ppatod on'eho ground pa tho  3rd day of April, 1915}, The applirntion  will bo tilfid in tho otlico ol tho Water  Ik-cordur, Victoria, B.O. O'i'inotiona may  to filed with tlio Baid Water Recorder or  wiih th*- Comptroller of \Ya*.ur Rights,  rarliftu.e.it liniluin***^, Viotorh, H. C.  K?QUIMALT & I-i "iSAlMO RAILWAY  Appliuftnt  H. R    KASLRY  Agoi-.t  WATEi" NOTICE  VE US YOUR  NOTICE  NOTICE JS HKHMUY GIVKN Mut  pioitinnj of M'o i'ruviiiijini A(-i*c>iiti*4al  f^.-iWiifttinioii v.jji im ..i{ i -it. Mi- ! li-iMr.;,'  nluifi-i--  '   Nim-iiiiM- April III, !0 n.m. and 'J.3C  |f.in, City i!-0l,  '   Pirk-\ il���������������April   Vi.h, 10 u. in, A','ri������  Olltll'iil llin1-  AllKrHi-'-pi'i IWt, i" t. m., uiifl li.no  p,m,; A|.ril'- .:li, In -��������� .uj-. <.'oiirt Uihih-'*.  CMu Ujna>--Ai������-*|l 17ih a.ill.S h, Ida.  m, nud 2.JK) p ij). in ln.i'i il yt, A������ricnl.u-  fi Mall.  JJijtKJiti���������April l!l I ji.'* I'I A, Win, in.;  aud 'i.'l') ji.ni. lA   oC, -'������,��������� *,0 >nrt Houho.  Tb������ ���������Uo..������ii)i"fiii'fi v ' Iji-nr *vi-l������"C)  ������n  ���������Ol jO������U������r.' nfTcfii'"!* A-.*nuiilttiril c -n li-  |lo������i in i]}������ nr������'V������n**������.    A'i y^o .������int.r  B������UiU������o|ov!t*-<l tolc. V     ii'.  ���������,V.H.'*...Vv:Ml'������.,!,.A.  FOR. A LJCIiSflE TO TAKB AND  USE WATKU  NOTICU in Jjcrebj* (,'lvon Jlnt Vrtid.  moll i-*c NnniduiD RaiU-ny, ol Vietcri-i,  U, 0. will apply for a licence to Inku und  Uuo 100,000 Kill'.irii p'.M '.U hour?, ot water  out ol Roy (Ji'oflk, which fliwi-i in a north-  nrly (Hiictioii throu*.;li Ouin-x Dinlrlot  ainl iwiptiQ-* i" tu Cmii'x llirboiir, near  Trout Rlvor. T.10 wider will bo divined  al 1225',)'. liniilro.iin from Hujlwny and will  ^o Ijuod for Q-jimrol UniKiMy piujioh'.h on  tho 1 imd <ien;nh.il ch Rntlwny Ulfilit ol  Way. Thio mAioo wj*i pohU'd on the  K'outiil 011 tho flnl dny of April 11)11).  Tho ftppVcatioo will ho tiled i 1 tlio I'lHon  of tho Water lli'cnrdor i.t Viutorii, B. (b  OlijictiimH niiiy !>*> llled wl'h tlio fcfiid  Wnl������T Ri-coiihr or with th C ���������''itiolh'i'  of Wator Rlijhw, I'lifli-ni-n  Viotoria. I), C.  KSQIUMALTA NATW(  J0m  LgTrERII3?ADS  BILLHEADS  ENVELOPE   ���������  PAMPHLETS  .CATALOGUE  MENUS   "  HLO'L'TEUS  DODGERS  pOSTEltS .������������������.,.  SHIPPING TAGS ,  VISITING CARDS '!  BUSINESS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  BALL PROGRAMMES  JSTC., ETC, ETC,  7,  Mi.*.-.p.  A'     .'AY  ..[-tlli.'IMii  I:������'.A:  l.l'. i  1 tp������>-ygra*5m-Y^^  itSi  <aVtmm***t**mMf%'.%\t**m������rtt *  'IT;  '  Vnr Si,-  "MayneI" -.  bcs?t   SOp:     '���������  iii/.es Li).  aud   Cy--) '.< '  Tliure b'-i.n.'  ������, ���������JhA'Vlili.'  ������������������������"��������� |)l  on  it. K. ���������VnniMT..<'*i.N,  *' HoevcUi y.  -.���������.'.������   -Two  ������ '.i\ilQt-:'(t.lc  'ic murkot  iLyitnv 350 lo 400  ���������  lb*,    per  hour, j  ' ,.**l\'.'-.lv   no   Clll  for rcV'iM'r** -n 'ini rc\in<l Vic-  'iOTi:*i tue    .-".i'  . **nli- ���������     i ���������  i,  1 ii.ui . ���������".  ) aim v  ltw.>.  1  1 k-rn .  : .--We.  .Ct Mt;-A  8 flw  Cambs^iatid,   B, G.  yvhvj, lip Diej  "'      ihtfic at i  vi/: ?5oj  *    ���������-     ������l'  h  111{ tint -1  . r'tiioi  *wmm anmmm**;* u**%m\ ���������wh*** nm* ***+.  nmt^-y.f^*������������������**���������������������������* "'������iT"^"iM'^n>ii^~'^i*<irt<'r"-*-'riit'iuij**iii*iT���������niwi*iT'*~*���������fc^^^^^,,^. f.,M        _ mf^<gkmmlmm mm,>ahByw>.^rtrHnw**>  -*'.i������  r:  ^sk^-^^*;^-^:^*^^ ���������*owt������rgeri  "w*w>*>*r<&t</mxms^  ���������IPiiBI  ���������v$m tgaaws, .etriCEER^Af^), -siaiTSgg  (6$  NOTICE  .Vanco-QTfOr Land District  District of 'Vancouver.  TAKE NOTICE ijiatl, George  ���������Yerdier pf Caippbell Eiver, o  ipqtun, Crqispr, Amends to nj'-jly  for permiasiq-i to purchase the fj  ,lowing described lan^*' ���������Com men  ,cmg at a prat planted at the N.E.  comer of Timber Jiimit j-13146,  ihence,west 80 chains, thenceNorth  20 chains, thence east -80 chain!",  lo the Biiore line, thence aoutli 20  (Cbiihs more or .leas along the shore  ���������line to the place of beginning.  .GEORGE VERDIER,  Name of Applicant  [Date, February 26tb, 1913  NOTICE  Sayward Mod District.  Duttict of  Sayward.  TAKE   NOTIOE   thrt    Juatin  ���������Dorr of upper Vald^x luland, occupation farmer.iinteiidu In apply for  perraiseion to purchase  the following described lnndfl :  Commencing  at a poet planted  10 chainsieits* ot  jHyacititb   Lake  and    10  chaine  Eouth of N. V. corner qf J. D pre  ,cmplion, thenc-a 10 chains west to  lake, thence in a EOulh-e&aterly dtr  eUion, 10 chaiijj along the  shore  of the lake to the intersection of J  JD line, thence north 10 chairs lo  point of commencement, containing m all five acres more or Ie*>s.  JTJSTIN DOUR,  Name of Applicant in full  -Date, March Stb, 1913  LAND REGIS TttY ACT.  Im thi*. matter of nn application for a fresh Certificate of Title  to Lot 54, [Mip 311] TowtiBiieol  Co ur Ion ay  HOflCE ib hereby *. ivmi of mj  intention at the expiration of ore  calendar montn f^orn ibefi'gt publication hereof lo lisue a f-eth tier  ttfi. ate of Title in hen of the Certi  ������cale ot Tit'a iifaitd to Joseph  Mc*Phee on the 30'h of Mitch 19Tj,  and numbered lOSSOC which has  been lost.  Dated at Lund Kegiatry Office  Victoria, B C., thus 2lBt day of  December 1912.  S   Y. WOOTTON.  Registrar General of Titlee.  The Courtenay  Hotel  JEverj couvenieu  -e foi  guests.  The Centis! Hot.1  for Sportsmen  None bjt the B  ,tof\  Vihesand Liquors  si the Bm  RATES  REASON  ABLE  rop  John Johnston,   1  ���������g -a  o     O  O  ������  *    o  1 ������  13  m    s���������  <   OO  a  ������ ������  Ui  tn  (A  *������  ���������*���������  (fi eg  Br  I o?5  s  %  I     V)  E     <L>  u  *  s  i, *  *U  $  o  a  1 3  fl    *"d  W   &  1 i  P-4 to  fl    <u  0    ^  1  Crown Brand  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors NINAIMO, B   C  NOTIOE.  To whom it may concern:-  This is-to notify the public  that all freight churg-es on bonded goods cleared at Union Bay  for the Comox Valley must be  paid before goods can be forward  ed. By order  Canadian Collieries Dunsniuir]  Co  JFSMJ**-^ TOdqVb Ehosphodin-?,  W^W^Si ^ftn Gr#*t Em"** SmtSa.  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Ltd  offer   you   a safe  and   sound    investment   with a  good return on your money as well as an enhanced value from now on.  A C'mpany with   NoPromotiok Shares.  ACompany withit;    own fiscal agency.  A Company   that will look solely to  the welifare  of its shareholders.    Shares are now selling at $ i  for all   cash,   or    on   the   easy   instalment   plan.  Call op send fop a Ppospeetus to-day  The   Mercantile  General   Agency,    Ltd.  Selling Agents for Canadian 3-oan & Mercantile Co., Ltd.  Ilead offices -  307, aoS,  209 Union Bank Building * Comer View and Gov't.,  Streetb,  ViUoria. B, C  Phone 3243 Geo   Abbott, Managing Director.  "We Build Homes and Make Loans:  s, g.������!**������ se������������es������sw s������������bss������<s ���������  FaywarU Land Dutrict  Dittnut of isiiywaid  TAKE SO "ICE tLatJGearpe -stnoke. of  w  York, K X , octmp-itiuD   engineer,  ittaJato rpply Ecr nsrmwtioa to jii.r-  i-hcsa   tbe  fo'ioiving   (leeccibed lands ���������  CciuaiBQ'-ii.g at a piut p'aQted HOcnuna  ���������oiitli of tlia ti rtli-e it correr of lot 554,  ecu eisst ������0 chuit r, thence north  40  h-nnif thence   ������out   20  chain'*,   thence  nat!40 otamH  to pout of coiMBence-  acnS couteia ug 60 mrea mora or ieea.  (,CORCE SiacKE  Fiiher M jQuskme, Ajent  Dstu June 19th, ������W2  Say*nrd.La id District  Ditti-ici of Sdj-vnrf.  TAKnjS'OlICBStUiit   H.nry   Alfred  lies, of Sunlork, Now 1 urn  oecapnti-  on i-lecttician, it.te.jds to   i nl? fi,r p^r uu  -to pnrraisno4.toiiarohu=e tlie foilo*  dfonbeil 'aou-s ���������1. onimencanM at a  jjostplBntBli. Oie^wjitll ens* c< ruee of  ortli mc*1" q nrtei nf 1 t 583   thtneo  4f thnina tdfit, tnence  40 chii h noith,  ce-10 chKia3 ne t,  theiiua 40  eh-uja  Sjy*RS[*l L-nd Oat ict.  Distriot uF Siywatd.  SASH NOlluE ih Ji  Goorgn  Clinrlaa  on1, of  Hew   furL   N JT,   oBEUpatmn  olerk, Intends to  apply for permission  to  linruhaK tlie -foi o-ivu.g ile^jnbed lands ���������  Ooniuiencioa nt ipiac plautad 40 chdiu*  neat andaoolininsivirthvl the uortli cast  !rc������iot5S4, theueo ossi 40  thaiua,  tti.*nee ucnlh   20 clutoi   tUmice w������t  40  chnii 9, t    n o XI rtti 20 chains to {.Umt of  ecminencTCicat sontaiciD'j 80 antes more  or low.  ObOIlQE CBAKLES STOSfi  Fialitr H G-JOkioa, flgout  Dato Juno lOtU, loia.  There is no better way of ma  king the people think of you   than  by placing an Ad in TheNE WS.  "JsTuff Said."  S*y\\iird Lnnd DUtriot  Dlntr<(it vt Sayward.  TAKE fOTlCR U-ni Cliarlf PcUUj of  VmioomflrjU. C, ocoHpiiUon ooutindor,  iuti ������ils to "Pl'ly f r wctmiwlnn to put  o*������aa*- the;foilo \ me u clctoiiliul luml**.���������  tommencint! at *. poib plttnteil Qt tii*.  a. utu. onaS ootiim at lot 678, tUoiU-UrVOsi  4*1 Obains, tlienoo non h 8U oli������iu������, thatoe  onrt 40 oIiu'ub, tiim-n uor li 80 u'l'iiua to  tmiut ot ontmiitucomiia*. cinUiDi"*: 3J0  norWmore m Jem'  UllARt-W Pl.M.%  Pishcr M u ukim, Afient.  Hitoa Juiie 19 Ji, IB13.  tag 160 acre  i.f e  . r  1-5;  fiated June 3tth, 1312.  I G-Bk ni, Agent  faaywsrd Lund Di(t>-ict  Di tnctt'SfrwftW  T \KE >TOTt( E thai Jonn Ar hnr llaf*-,  of Sin������ Vi. ^, feaw lork,  *    pati n ilrfl*  i-ntei-dj to  n[pl     Lr ticrmisiion to  pur  ohn-e ." i)   foil >wint   d scribed  Jai.0a ���������  nenilog Et   a   p-t  plant d   <t flw  sonth past   oame-  j* Lease  46,   (1 ence  ���������tb SO  cliElns    tti"iiCO   weft SO ohnim.  ince   oitit   S0t.*i������n9    vbi-uoe  cut  68  hi>s to pm t of comitecettnuit ooutain  ,TOHN AlvTHUR DALY  Fislier II -Sstbiii-., Agent  Date June 2-tlh, i312  Sayvwd Lvd Dn.t*-iEt  Diitrctot^a-nvaid  TAKE ���������NOTICE tint William John  ���������faolht n, Nuw York, N Y, occupBt-on  clerk, intends to aprly far t-eraiiwon t  purshuso the rollo a mg the folbwicg dw  crib d lands ���������Commonoicf; at n post  p'ailtiHj 10 chaius south from tlia *  out coriior it lot 570 [on post 571) the-,-*..1  notth SO chains, thenco cnat SO clunvn  tbnicu E-ulli -BU cliaina, theuce iroat HO  ehnian, to point of cOJimiini.enii.ut oa  tsii im fitO narce mar* or lew  WILWAM JOHN SULUVAH  iNnllof M. fiiUklDi, Agent.  Dlte Jono SUt, 1UI2.  ^*v>*^v*^'^r^'i,j*������*^^i>'i3  4     O. H TARBELL  [HIGH GRADE STOVES]  I And a������ KITCHEN    UTENSILS *j  f Sporismcns Goods  J and  I General Hardware  SiiyvLAtd Irfod Dmt-kt  Dtatn lot of S*yw������-d  f AKE NO nun thnt WiIUmu Auipwut  Uisohi-a, t Sow Y������rk, K. y , ocoupa-  ticm vUrk, Intsu l������ to *"l*j*l)' foi' peru'i������8mti  to p������rohn-u tbe follonlDK dubOrlbo-l  la id.���������Coinnioni'ing at a pout planted  10 uhmi Hep* tii t -40 oIiqIls uortli of the  nortli'-vext<������rr*< of lot-353, thenco wo*t  ,10 ilia'UH mora or leua, to tot 501, then  40 uhaias south it'o R edit bmmdHrj if  lot 351, thenTOesBtSOi-liamam-itoorlijas  to Kami 40, theooo north 40 ehnius to  point ot ������wiweti������cttt������nt contoiniDB *0Q  at.ru KioiB ur loss  \\ ILLIAM AUGACST BTSTHOFP  FtshnrU GwUoa, ARBUt.  D-itn Juun SOtli, i9!2  Sajward Iu.crt Dutnot. -  liJstrict ol S-ynard.  TAKE NOT1C53 'h-t  Wafer Bedel!  st,     cf     Kpt,     lork      Ko-r     Yo k  cL*aup>tion    Inborir,   i.itend*   t.i    appl)  'or pornilEHiun to , otcliaM the   fulii Attn,  ilwicribedlaoilr ���������Uomnianm g   "it  >|ut  flunted i20 thiin**  vie-t atul   10  o   in  mirth of the  gputh cat  corner ut  Le������S������  tlirooefju'h SOcli ma, tl>e������c������ ������.at iti  cltuini!    tbcuoa umth   SO cliniu*    l>ene������  wttt 40 oboica to pa at of lomiaioa ciaut  nUming 820 J!cr>-. mora or le p  W-XLTUR JUEG'UL Mj-ST  FislHir U G-akm^ ^k>.(.r.  D*tc Jim* 84th, 1912.  isajwnru Laud illatriot  Diitrn-tofAiyward  TAKENOlKfi thit Churfce Ilearj  Bus1,   of Now York,   N Y-,   iooup*tio������  aiUeman, i t ndi to aptly for pi nuliim'  tn piirubaau thu fo loviinn itmord������d l-iod-  C imbii.uct,.(f di n poat  nluntpd  at  tbc������  north onnt oorunr i f 1 it "ii.'  thenc" t-o-  20������lmwa, thonw WtBt 'ii jIiuiiib  tile  south 20 chain , J soeo (.aat HO ihum  point  of  eoninixtjmtnl  a"utiin>og   Id  aorva more or le-ii  itURLF������'TBNtt\ nr->T  whor VI  Q-   *��������� iig   \3"i)'  NOTICE  Any porsoti nr poraimB, on tl 111*4,  tcnuivlng or tftMiig n������y blocks  timbor -ji wootl, nf tny (ItwiiptioJii  rc'tingmg to Ote "W't-llinglon Colliery Co'y,, or from or ofF tlie lend  ot Um said Oomjwny, or inn ouo  tipjiing -rubbisli of anj ilescription  anvwlteie apon J>e oorapanv's  lm 1 will bc prosecirtwi to tiie full  pxL<*ntot tlie lew,  w. h coTaeoN,  tieiiutnl Manugei*,  Co Itietj Co,y  HOTIt-E.  Riding on loooraniiva������ md nttf  way cars ot the Cniou flolbory  Gompanj by any perwi . - ik r  aona���������except lam cun���������u sln^iij  UroW^ted. Erarlojet'S 're '",,>"  ioc to diB-ans.-al for uIIcm-hr "-"n-  Fv nri*<  \\\ L.   <.<>' IJ  ������ k. THE NEWS. CTOfRE^TJAXD. 7?. C.
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for you" to buy
your range from
lhe factory and
sive 30%���to
buy it en easy.
lams and to get
the very range
you would choose, even if you
had to pay th** retail price.
Our free book {.hows you
r.x*c'lv what tii-; range in like, ll de-
i-cribss cadi point clcatly, atul wo
guarantee our range lo be jiut
hi represented.
Yoii might aj well s:ivi the iftail
i 'ofit.     Ma'l tlie coupon to-day.
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^ ��ec!  Iii-ly ���
inbrejkiljSe
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AddresJi- ���	
Pride
J-velevancles
The ancient Gerams revered the
gift of second sight ascribed lo their
women. LSut_the.ii the ancient Go
mans were a simple, set, who had
practically nothing '.�� conceal.
If it-wen- not for the bores,it would
he rather dilncull to realize . what
eternity is.
Instead of -_-_.nany schools for or-i
aiory th��re ought i.o bo a few highly-j
endowed institutions for the euliiva-j
tion of .' e art of silence".
You can lead a fan to the bar-lu.t
you can't .make him take a five cei.i
(1 fi tile.
\\'hen our own .heartli    fire   burns;
brightly if is hard to convince ns that1
everybody   else   in   the   worid, is  not
thoroughly coin'-i-table.
i    If you would do me an injury, lei
it he a direful wrong.     ���* will rankle
loss than an'act. of petty malice.
l,t  is jnore  egotism  that  causes  a
man i.o -lraiso his own wife to others.
He is simply patting himself, on the
hack  for his rtir-ceninieiu  in her se-j
eel ion. :
COP DRESSED AS GIRl.
1 wn-.
a    c-:l''
Err\ *' M.
Wasted Effort
young beers wu-* d'ui-is nt.
'"on ��� r-ypi-mtv. ("hielieu was
an.l ihe young' nrj'i .���"^curing
i-1* * i�� s*iirt to liis companion:
You uiko hold hero and pull, and wl.-.h
for ison'.*:hitiv,-* When it breaks the
one who haK Iir*.** bigger pari will have
whfiL* w;tj wislioi'. for.-
Hut I d.-.:ri -'ire*'.' what io wish for.
slu- nb.it"-* re I.
Oh. you iiti ihinl of something, he
yaiil. ' ,       '*     "
Ko. 1  can't. sshC" insisted.      I car."!
t h I ii 1< o   'inylhing i want'very much.
Well then I'll wis.lt.-.'or yiu, he ex-
cl'ii: ."il.   *
Wiil   yot    i-f ally,   she   said.
Yei*. ��� ��     -
Well, I'len. hi lhat caso ilure's no
no i.se I'ooK.m* ivilh (lu- wi^'i-bone���
���\b:\ en ii hi ve me.
Tense,  i 'ood and  Gender j
A somewhat angular, severe looking
s--.phi.sior was' standing ou tho- station j
lati'orni outside a mail-coach, inspect.-!
ing, "wiih undisguised curiosity, the,
ingenious net arrangement which is|
;iljle to sweep lu mail bags while the;
train is in swift nfotiou.
Is she wi.rl-.ing* all right? asked one
of the olllclals.
Aye; aye, Bill, replied his mate,
���..-hen--suddenly the lady'touched him
on the sliJ.ii!fh:r       , .    *'
Why   do  >o*i    a',1 it  she?  she  ta-
riuirpii. as us-f-.l athir'st for in'forma-
iott.
Because, madam, it's a mail catcher, replied the courteous ollicial.
And,the sniff of the angular spinster
almost,drowned the shrill whistle of
the engine then preparing lo move off.
A Long Stride
Nervous Old Lady (1,0 Police-nan) ���
Shall I get a shock   ' I put iny foot on
th : car .line?
Policeman ��� No, ���ium, not unless
���you put the olin ' foot ou the trolley
wire.
Did Not Feel Quito "at Home I.i Togs,
Yet Success Was His   *
London, England.���Dressed as a woman, a freah-complcxioned ��young
Wokingham, Berkshire, polioe constable named Albert Fellwood so completely deceived John Butler,* r, .local
painter, chat he did not know until
after liis arre*��t that he had attempted
to tllrt with a constable. At*Wokingham police court Butler was sentenced
to two month-' hard labor for sending
objectionable letters t. Miss Barth:-
lomew, of 'Wokingham.
These letters, it*vas stated in court,
asked Miss Bartholomew, to meet him
outside her home. She did not read
the letters,' her mother opening them
and her father informing the police.
In order to identify the writer and to
arrest him, Superintendent Goddard
conceived tho idea of dressing Sell-
wood in clothes belonging to Miss
Bartholomew/-. So disguised, Sell-
wood kepi, tho appointment made for
Miss Bartholomew
Sellwood *. Id h v* he played his
part. I dresse-J at Miss Bartholomew's house. *-,r wore a,tight-fitting
light brown -..-erge skirt, a white
blouse, a Dolly Varden hat, motor veil,
feather boa and a long gray ulster.
Dressing was not. au easy matter. The
skirt, was rather tight, "round the
waist and the movements'of my legs
were very much restricted. The hat
went on easy enough hut l had a
little trouble with the blouse.   ,
Walking clown the drive I found
myself tripping, through try ing to Uo
the regulation .86-inch stride. I soon
came down to 18'inches. ��� I saw Butler standing near the gate and I walked up lo him. Then T'thought of my
voice, which is rather deep. I pitched
it as near to the falsetto as I could
and said: Good evening. ��� He was delighted to see uie, called me 'Dearest'
and sugge.ted a!'walk:
. I arranged to meet him again two
evenings after at the same time and
place. , On that evening at 7.30 I
dressed up again, only I was not alone.
Butler was -Then arrested, and tliat
ended my part.   .
HAD SORE 4 YEARS
Zam-Suk Healed it in Few Weeks
Have you some old wound or so*
which Jias dofl\l all doctors' remedies? If so, yours h: a case for Zam-
Buk!    ��� , '
Mr. Oliver Sim's,,of Purv- '(.V i'.V
writes:���"I had an .Id irritatli.g sore
on my forehead that -'nid troubled mo
for four years. 'Zam-Buk was'recommended to me and in a marvellously
short time lt healed the ���'- obstinate
sere perfectly. You may. dopen.1
upon it that after this proof of its
power we will never Lc without a box
o- It." '   " ..
As a rapid and certain healer of
ulcers, ' abscesses,, piles, ^ inflamed
places, cuts, burns. brUees, scalp
sores, eczema, .vuptlons, etc. You
cau get nothing., lo equal Zam-Buk.
All druggists and stores at 50c. bo.?
orjpoat free for price-'from r.-,"m-Buk
Co., Toronto. Try Zam-Buk Soap for
tender skius and baby's bath. 25c.
tablet.
31.110
1
TO  CURE  A  COLD   IN  OK'E   DAV
j-j-.lt-> -LAXATIVE lil'O.UO. Quinine Tab-
els.    Driiiiirists refund money if if. fall!
(o rufo.      I-;.   \Y.  riPwOVE-S -altnaturij I*
on   mrh   l)f.>x,        L'5c.   '   ���    ���
Jvlarclv.on*-   ���  as Cinema  Playwright
London.���The Marqui^anu^-fifroli--'
ionrsi Townshead, visited the Picture
Mouse, Croydon, t.o witness tlio first
production cf She .marchioness' new
cinema l'k.y:   A Strong Man's Love.
rif Ohio,  City of Toledo,        ���     ,
L.nc-iis  County f
l-'i-iink .1. Cheney umlces oath that, he Is
senior partner ot* the firm or F. .1.
Chenev & Co., doing business Hi-the'city
of To'cdo. County and Statrt aforesaid,
nnd thru snid firm wlll p:iy the sum of
OX JO tlbXlMUOD DOI.r.AKf-. for each and
j i-vcrv e;ise of Catarrh that, cannot ba
������uivd bv the use of Trail's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK  .1.   CHRXRY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
rr.-- presence, i....s Cth day of December,
A.D. mc
���Sual.) A.  AV.  GT/10ASON.
Notary -Public.
-Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
and   acts   directly   on    the    blood    and
niui'OUH  surfaces" of  the  system,      Send
���f oiwiOiSt.,���on iala��f rest. ���	
,1**. J.  Cl-lKNFiV & CO;,  ToledoTOT
Sold   by  all  drugiflsts,  TiicJ
Ta'.ce Hall's  Kamily Pills for constipation.
���' War on Sparrows
London.���At the cost of a levy or
ono halfpenny per acre the members
at the Nnup:lilo��, Suffolk, Sparrow
Club have destroyed i.'.*' L sparrows
tind 'l-iSO eg'ss during lhe. past year,
mal'lnjv 73ST birds and JS.OlU ef,!:.*-
deslroyed in the four years of the
'���bib's i xhtonce.
Easily Paid
Look here,  sir,  said llu? impatient,
woditor, f, am lalklng about, thnt bill
'���on owo me.     'Will you'please pay
a little nl lent ion?
'Surely, replied Ih;1 care-free debtor,
Hint's' easy. Only don't ask me to
pny you anything eh-ie.
His Revenge
Let nio take thiii wretched (hln;;
iome, F.ahl thi i.ationt, as tho deutlsl
relieved him of hi .".chins' molar, 1
waul to Inkd il homo and poke susar
In it. and see il ache,
One day Pat went into -a public
house and asked if the lady at the
bar would take stamps in exchange
for whiskey.
Yes, was the reply.' whiL* pouring
oui tho whiskey.
I��c drank in haste and then stamped five times with his foot and walked
out triumphantly.,
Hon viv.-.nt (married for money, to
his frioiid)���That Is my wife comiu-i-
there.
Kriend���Console yourself. It might
have been y/orse.
Pa In- I'auiilias wa-i lecturliis his sou
on f'lliitiiiLlon. Loui; here, my hoy, he
said: I niftde my pile with only a 'common school oil,icatlon,
Why do you insist on having music
with every dinner asked tha old patron.
It relieves the pressure, replied the
proprietor by r'IvIhr the people something beside,- the food to iind fan*.'',
with.
Worms sup the strenslh and undermine tho vitality of children,
Htri-n;;!.' *"n them ly using Mother
(i rn ves' Worm JOxterniinntoi' to drive
out the piuaslles,
Kruger Relics for South Africa
Capetown.-���Holies    of    "President
i'dlirpiny.'iind" replied Mu* son. i)Hil Krugor, whicli ^ormoil tho nucleus of
it takes a (���ollei.e oiiucalhvi (o t,-now     '" '   *' "'  """"'
how lo s|icud It,
Prince as Naval Cadet
Lfi.udoii.���Tho namo of Prince Louis
of Jiiittciiljct'K' iippeai'H In a list iHHiii'd
by llu- mlnilrally, of eondldatoa who
liavo piu-sed the auiiIlfyliiK literary
f'Xiiiiiliifiilon I'm' imvnl '���afleli-.hlp ,-ind
wlll enter Hi-.1 Iloyul Navul ColK'tie,
Osborne, iin-.Nl niniitli,
uio .Soulli African Museum a'; Dord-
I'l'fht, hnvo now, hy a Judgment of the
Dutch court ol! appeal, lo bo sent buck
to South Africa, nnd placet] In it museum tliero.
A Myntery
An ohl liidy uialilnii* ln'i'
li'.i:   -.lslt
Grateful for Small Things
Sh" put down the book with a hIbIi.
W'lnt is ll, ilni'lliiK? he nBked.
All, di'aivb't, J ;*.in so happy, sho replied,
Mm. you hud such ti sad look In your
eyes Just, now.
1 know, I've boon reiidiiiK about
ihe  linhiippliieHH  Unit  the  wlvt's  of
tn the ili'-iurr saw .mo of oh ��� soealled I'1*"1 of ��-*-��Iii�� Imvo ulwiiyii had to
cliiHi-lr-iil iJhihtm. When lhe (Mirtulii ,)('"!'- ,011' Allm,' dc"r' ���"��� H0 R|1!1
fell she uirii-'d exelti'dly io-Iht datiiih-  J"n,'t! -I"1*1 ���� "'''Unary hui-L of u lei-
My soul, Mol'iKlii! nlio whisper-
I iu-,
ed,       H'h   woiulci'l'ul,       Hip's
Krr.'.'i'ful  niwl  yet     -he    never
moved her feel,
Ilia
unci'
Skulls  Under City Hall
Dublin.���Workm n onjjiiRCil lu exea-
vnilons iiiidi'i' the clly hall dlrn'ovcrinl
ul tl depth of Ihi'oo l'eot six Inches,
lire human nl-aill*-* aud u iiiiinber of
bones, which appeared to le liiiniiin
unm, and le^js,
low
I.lule Willie, who wuh puz/Jed over
Hit' nn nio of a i'uiuoiih A rollo esploror,
asked his fatliei", How do you pro-
nouuee the lirst niiiiui or iCuiul Huh-
iiiussi'ii ��� -wiih n sliorf u or a Joiifj
one',' Oh, It doesn't make any differ-
imi't! i'i!|illcd tho lather, who dlilu'l,
know. Wull, I don't know! mild Um
hoy. I ililnk It iniikeH �� (,'ood doul
of dlifi'i'iMU'c whether u man Is uml
or nude lu tho A relic rei-vlmis!        .
Further Indication of lhe developments of,Prince Rupert's fishing industry is to be found in a despati.li
from that place received at. Grand
Trunk Pacific head-quarters in Montreal announcing the consignment of
the first car-load of halibut to. tbe
east .by the Canadian Fish and Cold
Storage Company The fish are shipped to Boston by express and are reported to le in the very best of condition. Temporarily these shipments
are forwarded, .3 Vancouver in regular coasting vessels and * shipped
thence in cold storage cars' but' as
soon as the main line of tho G.T.P.
is_completed thgj-will be despatched
direct from"Prince"Rup"ert_iroin~tha;
route,.
So rapidly has the Cauadian, Pish
and Cold Storage Company's business
developed that it has recently- been
obliged to add two vessels purchased
In Seattle Jo its already numerous
fleet. On these vessels are a large
number of fishermen from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland
coming north to engage in their occu-
patlon at Prince Rupert.
Darn lt all, that trolley car nearly
hit me.
Say no harm of trolley cars. They
are the only things that an automobile Is afraid of.
A city vonian who recently passed
a few days at r. farm, bought some
poultry from the farmer with a view
to providing fresh eggs for breakfast
every morning. She sent them to
town by messenger, at the same time
despatching a note to her' husband
telling him to loo"., out for the consignment. Her lu:t,baAd, on reaching
his home that night, asked if the poultry had arrived. He was informed
that It had, but explained the servant
he*had carelessly left the basement
door open and' all the chickens had
escaped.-., A fowl .hunt "was immediately organized. - The next day the
husband, meeting his wife on her return, exclaimed: A. nice time I had
with your poultry. ���- I ���spent three
hours hunting and only found tan.     t*
You may consider ' yourself lucky,
then, replied his wife, for I only
bought, six.
.**. .:Clea*-' Record
Seeing the youngster sitting'on th*
doorstep, crying pitiakly, a k.uu-heart-
ed old s-^mleman went in tciiim, and
asked what might be 'he matter wivh
the lad.
Hunger Appeared to be the inatu-r,
the boy.said ho hadn't had anyi'iing
to.eat' lhat I*-./,
But why'doesn't your ly.er give
you food? *-, ,
No reply.       '   '   ���"
1 What is- yoiir. ��� father?,   asked, t'.a
would-be philanthropist. . .
'E's my father, came the somewhat
astounding reply.   ' ,
, ,Yes, but wlu.t is he? ���
Ow, really 'e's my stepfather.-
Yes,, yes, yes! exclaimed the old
gentleman impatiently. But what
does he do? L'-iveop- chimneys, drive
a, 'bus, or wlr.t?
- Tho light of Intelll-rince suddenly
ilawod on the small boy's puzzled
face.  .  . .     "
Oh, 'e ain't .lone nuflin since we 'ad
'lm, he replied.
He's the* most .superstitious poke0*'
player I ever saw.
Yes, ami -he got so superstitious
here lately that' he doesn't, play tie
game at all any more.        "
You don't.say?   ' "
Yes;" ho suddenly discover:'. that
there are 'thirteen cards in each'suit.
Wretched From Asthma.--Strength
of body and vigor of mind are inevitably "impaired* by the visitations of
asthma. Who can live under th*e
cloud of. recurring attacks and keep
body and mind at their full efficiency?
Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy
dissipates-the cloud by'removing the
cause. It does relieve. It does
restore the sufferer to normal bodily
trim and mental happiness. *
A Good Sign
A French diplomat at a lunclieon
in Washington, praised President Wilson's inaugural address. o
I liked the modest tone of this address, he said. I liked the ending,
where he asked so humbly and.so sincerely for the people's, support and
counsel"     '        ; ���;���	
A Princeton woman nodded approval. " ''
Sincerity and modesty, Bhe said are'
the keynotes of the President's char-
ecter.
They assure ns that he -will do nothing inimical to the people's "will.
He will ren*.c;mber what I once heard
him say
The wise leader is ha '-who knows
when to follow.
* Thr*. Choir
Mrs. Larkln, remarked the minister, we wish you would 1 t your
daughter, join the choir.
Oh, I-couldn't think'of it! replied
Mrs. Larkln. She has a sweet disposition, and I don't want her to become Quarrelsome.
Sure Signs
Spring is coming, observed. Flatly.* I
can feel it in*the air.  - J s
So can" I, replied Brokely, lu the
air my wife assumes toward me when
she begins talking of the limited extent of her wardrobe.
Sometimes the only man who comes
out ahead in a lawsuit is the lawyor.
FOUND THE CAUSE
THERESTWAS EASY
DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS   QUICKLY
CURED   HIS   LIDNEY   DISEAS:."
���Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
I was very sick with Quinsy aud
thought I would strangle.      I used
MINARD'S LINIMENT and it cured
me at once.
I am never without il now.
Yours Bi-atviiilly,
MRS.   C  D.   PRIW-K.-
Nauwtgowank, Oct. 21st. .
THE STANDARD
ARTICLE ��� SOLD
EVERYWHERE
g�� ltllll| W H|
IpiTiiinaKing! soaa
(ni iiiii>iiiiiii'ii��I...-,,. ,i^.ii....��, ���..,j ���*-.
softeningwater;
removing paint,
iiiii'i||ii��i|i��i|i|j!!*2!l||i
andpoi?.
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anyiptheripurooses'
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EW.GILLETT
COMPANY
LIMITED
TORONTO.ONT.
THE  SPUED  OF YOUR  WALK
ADDRESED TO WOMEN t
IS YOURS A
Case of-^Nerves?"
Hot (Unlics, (lizziiicis, fainting spells, backache, heatiui-.ii��,
bmrlne-ilown piln-i, ntrvouineai--aU uro lymptomi of Irregularity
ami ttm%\�� disturbance* nnd tr* not beyond relitf.
Favorite Prescription
��� lit tlmt of * f��motu phyilclnn unimully ex*-*.f*rlen<*��d
In tho tr��ntlnir of women'! peculiar allmenti, For
forty yonr! it hn* been rici-mttmndi-d to mfferlnu
���womanIcind, 1'houiande of womnn can bear wltnena
to ill btnefli'tal quallti**, TMrhap-i Hi aid U all that
ln'roflwlrtd to ruton to you p��rf*ct linahh and itr-incrlh,
Kowii Uio timo to act, writ* Dr, R, V. I'l-frce'd Huffalo,
COUNTESS   COURT-MARTIALED
Descendant of Vasco da Gama Accused
of Treason to Portuguese
Rjpubllo
Lisbon. ��� Tho greatest interest was aroused throughout Portugal hy tlio trial by cou-t-mnrtial of
Donna Constanca da Gama, a descont-
ant of Vasco da Gama, tho famous
Portuguese explorer who rounded the
capo in K?8, and daught:r of the
countess of* Casoaes, who had boon
Imprisoned sline July on a chargo of
conspiracy against tho republic.
Donna da Gama refused to allow
any witnesses to bo called for tho defense and instructed her lawyer not
to ask for her acquittal. The oour-*.
was crowded, Hundreds cf women
wore present, all wearing black.
Nearly all of thoso present rose whon
the prisoner entered and look hor
placo by tho aide of two other nr!3<
oiuirs���a soldier and a servant���who
wero alleged to have been her accomplices.
The trial en :ed by lho nc'iulttnl of
Donna do Gama fmd tho condemnation ui tho .lthor two prisoners to two
years' iniprlBoniiioiiL,
OaUnd,��� M, Marquet, the casino
proprietor, has mado urnvngeiuenls to
havo a luxurious Rambling room fitted
up In a lingo titeaiii yacht v.'hlcli h lo
ply between Osfcend and, 0th .' water-
in!*- places. P-ambllng will only tnlto
pla.c'o when tlio yacht Is outside tho
throo milo llinll.. Although gnmon of
hazard 'nro now forbidden, a Franco-
Holgiun group has paid $-11,000 for tlio
Ii-uflo of llie R'riinhlliig room Jn (ho
Kui'Hiuil dm lug the next minimer aou-
sou.
Thin ovcrht'iiril eoftvPi'Biitlon nppoala
t,o tlm weary onu uh nearly cplui'iim-
iniiUc. Tim young peoplo on tho
sent uliend of -..h lu  the homeward
huUiul   v.'V  C\"   nihnv   1-ilHil   -tnll.-f.fi   *���)
out m loud that wo'couliin't help hoar-1 Btivo at a rwiion lor hi*,, -icuou uiut
1      I.        I       I...,!....     ,1...        .-.  '   J...     ,.-...J     IV,-,    V!f.|!lfl     .**''    I   ltplwil��.
The Woman and the Dog
An elder1./ woman, with a small
dog upon her lap, whllo riding in a
trolley car, askod tho conductor If ho
would kindly tell her' when ho got
to Hazel street.
After she had got up two or threo
times, tlio conductor told her to hoop
her seat and he would let her know
when they readied Hazel street.
Finally lie called out: Hazol street.
The woman held tho dog up to the
window, and said: Fldo, look! Thoro'a
where you wero born! Then turning
to tho conductor, alio remarked, I'm
goluii to tho cud of Uio lino.
Burled Alive
Cardiff.���While excavations were
bolug mndo at nn old colliery tip near
Dafen Tin Works, Llanelly, tho side
of tho tip gavo way and abo..i twenty
tons of, refuse fell on Richard John,
a collier}' proprietor, who was supor-
intoiiditis the work. ,
SUICIDE IN THE AIR
Russian Army .Aviator   Deliberately
Falla to Death
Warsaw, ��� Lleulennnt Ale-wider
Poi'lovskl, U Husslaii aviator, who waa
killed by tidM&is i'l'om a lu'tsht of COO
font whilo malfliiK a Jllffbt, left a let-
tor atiitliiK that his death wus tho do.
llberal.0 rosuU of his own action,
WrlUou Hhortly boforo lio hogrx his
IllBht, tho letter announced lils ititon-
tlmrto stop fin motor ln midair. Ho
How  Hudson  Marchbank, After Suffering for Five Years, Found Quick
-Relief and Permanent Cure in tro
Greatest of Canadian, Remedies
Marchbank. King's  'County,   N.B.
.(Special)���After  suffering    for    live.
.years-fi-om^lcidncy_^s^Sja,___Vought
on by a strain, Hudson Marchbank,
Esq., the well-known farmer of this
place, is again a strong, healthy man,
aiid another gr..iid  care for Dodd's
Kidney Pills has been put ou record.
In an interview Mr. Marchbank says:
"About five years ago I'hurt ruy
back from lifting, and  it developed
into kidney disease.     My hac*- pained me all the time, and I was very
much troubled. with headaches.   My
appetite was fitful; I had a bitter tisto
In my mouth ln the mornings; I pers-
pired freely, and my perspiration had
a disagreeable odi- ���
"I used liniments and plasters, but
they did net do me any good, aud
as "there were o'Jier symptoms that
my kidneys were affected, I decided
to try Dodd's Kidney Pills. After
using two- boxes, my back was com-
pletoly cured, and my kidneys have
not troubled me sinco."
*.. When Mr., Marchbauk decided that
his kidneys'were the cause of his
troubles, tho rest' \,was easy. Almost any of his neighbors could tell
him that Dodd's Kidney Pills -always
cure diseased kidneys.
Charlie Caterpillar���That old wonn
la getting to lo a worse grouch every
day.
Billlo Bug���No wonder! Most any*
body'd bo ldni o' crabbed If they'd
lived in a'crabapple ns long ns he has.
Capitulation
Aro you driving a motor car now?
No, replied Mr, Chugglno. I ha\o
discovered that my i ir may ho ccaxod
but not driven.
A farmer who wont to a l;irg;e city
to soo tho sights, engaged a room at
a hotel am' b-'-'oro retiring asked the
clerk about tho hours for dining'.
Vou can have .breakfast from C to
1.1, dinner from It Ij �� and Bitppor
from 3' lo 0 e-iplai'.*.od the clorlc.
Wal, Bay, Inquire', the fannor lu our.
prise, what timo air I goin' tor git
to see tho townV
All men wore oroatod equal, woro
thoy not? nHkod Mr. Menklon.
Kqital unions '��� thomselvos, ropliod
his wlfo, but an between themselves
aud us, distinctly Inferior.
mm w,-n      . 'I'I'
Wrong.���Do you keep coffoi. In tho
bean'?
No, madam, brains.
Told by a Piece of String, a Weigh!
and Sorr>. Knots, With the Aid of
a Watch'
There is' a very simple. way ot tell-"
iug a  what bpeed one-walks .-���   Take .
a piece of thin string, say 80 to 100
yards long.     '.'o one end tie a weight
���a piece of lead or othor metal, or
even a stone. -   At a point 44 feet
from the weight put a kno: o.- loop.-
Then put a-second knot or loop U
feet from the first, and so on the entire length of the string put a series
of knots or lcops 44 feet from each -
other. -���" ���   ,t  ������ ���
Take ;n one hand a-watch with a
second hand.     No*.,- drop the weight
upon the ground and walk along at au
ordinary pace, letting the weight re- '
iMain"~where-it*-fellpand���allow-lng-th��-
knots  or loops, to  slip through one .-.
hand.    The number of knots or'loops
to slip through t'.-o'haiid iu half a
minute are the same as the numb -r
of miles wtvlke'd in an hour.
It Is always well to know the reason for what we do, says the Children's Magazine. It Is not enough
to know, that the number of times w��
walk 44 feet ln half a minutes is" the
same as the number of miles we walk
in an hour. Wo ought to know why
it is so. Tho reason is that 44 feet
Is the one hundredth and twentieth
part of a mile, because a mile contains 5,280 io -, or 1,7000 yards, and
a half a mlnuto Is the one hundred
and,twentieth pa-'��� of an hour, Therefore we arc ablo to walk or*e hundred
and1 twentieth of a milo just as many
.times in ono huudred and twentieth
of an hour as wc can walk a mile In
an hour.
Defliiin*"- a Dentist.���Onc.vho pulls
out tho tooth of others to obtain cm-
ploy rr. or I for lils own.
����� I. >m i�����i.
How He Mr.de Money
Whllo passing an old-taslilcned Inn
in Scotland come lonrista wore attracted hy an ngod bagpiper who wan
(ijullng lUrooloiis ;*oiinds through an
instrument thr.'. was both dilapidated
and squeaky.
Groat Jericho, Sandy! exclaimed
one, in dor.por.tUon. Why don't you
hnvo your  bagpipes  ropnlrcd?
Tho old man coased playing and
looked i'p In nstonlBlimont,
Havers, mon, ye dlnnn uiirte-.'slnnd!
If ma bagpipes wor In-good imio thi
In iinn wnclna gin mo twn Hhllllngii
lo movo on.
More Attractive
Tremendous crow! up nl our church
last lilg'.it.
New minister?
No; It was burned.down.
A Similar Experience   .
[ imvo tho samo oxporlor.ca with my
chauffeur as my friend has with lilt
lonky canot.
What'", that?   ���
I'm always balling hint out.
��   ^���*-*���**��������**�������� tm^m**t,aatm*ia*awm*��m
Somo married men would' rather
havo a skoloton in tho closot thnn *
mother-in-law In tho front, room.
*-ftr.-'
rierce'i
1 AM NOW CtJHEB
Mil. IKiMlNlu n-iDUitui, ��f flni Y'rutrlici, Calif,, wrlUti
"I Ilk* pltMUM In raiwimmtiidiiig nm wnt-tatful tfmtdlM, an.l
wiih m ti/ In MfU of "(���uf.'"*"���*2f!!:i_*-*fy?'W'*"'--,1'l'-l .'^'Jf*'
!7h.
rif Wll-in ���rn-.r-i fill*, mnn . m
Dunk yiiu'-'ryiur �������(*��������"
YOim��nU��C.IRTCAN SUPPLY YOU
EN E-K>UII>  Oil TABLET  FORM
lo nr in ttthilf uf yaur T��-"irll�� Prucrlpliitii' imt 'Onltit
Utiltil 0\v"n' thtt OiMiih Oitlt ni* I ii* i�� rurMl af tht
Ttrfain trtobUl <h���� �� wMnin li h��lf I*. Th��M r��m��dn�� i*ur��4
rut wliin ��th*r�� ra'Uil rni'-l I OiiMftrt tutltt U Ukt ����� tthtr.
Mm. ltowicim
ing it nnd Joi.aiig.iii-wn a row hoiub
on It:
So, nald (hn girl, Im nald ho knew
nio wlu-li I wi*. n llltlo i'li-r,>
Uo' didn't Hiiy anything nf the nort,
. on1 nt'llf--'''! thn mnn '
You HUlll  in.'  I'.lil-
I didn't.
Why!  Thou   wh;-1   did you  nay?
1 Mild 1" H.ild ho know you when
ho wus n little boy.
Thai put Htii'li ii wot hliiiilcft nn the
coiivcrfiiitlon thnt wo woro ublo to
roiul our Hpiiriiiig ('Xini uninterrupted
fi v thu noxt fow blocks,
Kvcn tlio inn ii who knows li nil
Holdnin gotH ii chiinc to toll lt ufiiM' he
gi'ts niiirrlt'd.
I.iin-y-- Iti'iiiarliiibki ntutlhtk- hyro,
old eluip, -showing iluu miry timo I
bl'i-lll'ilK   *M.itUi*iUU'   Ab'A,
llnny- (Jrciu Krntt, mnn * wny don't
vou rliuv; clu'-v*-*'.'
ho was thi.' victim .**'! l.-itTljiue-
Is Health Only
A Gam�� of Chance?
for
Ills Job���How nro tho plans
your now hoiue coming along?
HpU-ndldl/. My wlfo lint finally
laid out all tho cupboard*- alio waiits,
and nov nn ihi- .ucliltucl'o Kot to du
Is to build \    li    to nround them.
WIM ������wi      i   >ma*��m*mm
What are you dolnp, for our cauaoV
asked a Biiffrugi'tto worker
��� Doing? replied tho mau.     I'm r.up-
porting one of you* most ontlnmlastlo
nioinbeia-
Oiio way to hoop the boya on tlio
furin In lo install ;i iULV.ur to turn tho
grind mono.
���\Vlioo.vi' ha'-d tli����i-i* Is a remedy for
eviu-y ill iievi-r nim u -dancer uud lost
u leg.
W,   N.  U.  948
li you i.ro accustomed to look on
health na u gamble you will probably
provn a Ioboi* early In tho gamu.   ,,*
Some may lu" on to health arid
lifo for coiis'.'Ji'i-aiilu iiiuii h'h'4 uiiti
the laws of nature, but thoro nro
mnny rules of the game which aro
conducive to ' onlth and long lifo,
Tnko nervous disomies, for example*,
Thoro are many Hyniptoins to warn
ono of tho approach of nervout- exhri'in-
tlon long before th'-i l ilnngor of
locomotor ataxia or somo dreadful
form of pnrfil\'Hl.i.
1 jut ihf}' ernin t-uoh Utile thlngfi
lhat tholr xn��(" Hlgnal la not taken
notleo of.     'Jtoeideasness, headache,
lndlgoalion, lrrltr.hUIty, Iobi-j of vJfjor,
and energy, dlscouiaBement and dl*v
pondoncy, all point to low  vitality;
and exhausted norvr.i,
Di-, Claw's V.ei'vo Vosi lias I'c.n
wonderfully iiccousful In tho cure
of jiorvotifl dls*aso of a oorlous nature, fliioh as proitvatlon,. locomotor
ataxia and partial paralysis, but po^
alfiteiit treatment and consldoniblo
patleuno nro nocoHsary.
On this nrcount wn prc'-r to think
of Dr, Cl.nso's Noi i*o l''oo.'. as n pro-
vontlvo tnntment, which avnrcoini-i
thei-e sympto-ns by robuildlnf*; th*
foeblp, warded nervo colls nnd restoring vigor to mind and body.
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
CO cent*- a box, 0 fn J2.5i>, ai all -leulcia, or ndraaaaau, Calca ���'��� t'o.,
Ited, Tpronto
1.1.T1- V  I  >L  ',y.  7  JTHE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C  Ik  I1''*  \ c  |.i  IT  tv-  w  it  iJ-  ?*.*  I.  p  V  r  fe  I'*  or the Children  Granville Temple  Emmett  Posing1 as a Picturo Boy.  SYMPATHY.  '^y u 4-f \  ���������n* -'Retionary'a full ot words -  That ring with hopo and choar.  Ttosy'r������ printed there in flock* ami  , And droves in type that's clear  Tar any0eympa.UieUo chap  To die right-tn end borrow  And pour 'em "In the ear and Up  01 neighbors who'r-a ln lorrow,  And yet when gTlef bos journeyed oa  I    And all the words are spoken ���������  . One little deed in kindness dan/  Beatsevcry other token.  If you are sorry for & man  And want that man to know lt  Then help him ln what way you e������ra  And let your oervlco show lt  Tie well enough to sigh wlth-hlov  But let your sympathlzlnc  Bo somijl'ilns* when his hours are 'grim  That's really worth the prizing.  Btretch forth a hand that ho can Uki  And lean on for tho minute,  And, If ho needs, for friendship's ������ak������  IjOI there bo something in It.  The pretty phrases you may speak,  Tho words lhat you may utter,  Are valueless unto tho weak ���������-   *  Who yearn for bread iind butter.  This feeling sorry for a man  And saying bo Is hollow  Unless In every way you can  i    1"ou let your kind deeds follow.  Btrotch out your'hand and show W wim  Your sympathy Is living (  And not a lot of phrases fjrtm'  For sympathy Is giving.-  , ��������� ���������Detroit Free Press.  A MIGHTY POOR WITNES&  LARGE ORDER.  Pleasant.  -g by American Press Association.  ���������The grave looking young gentleman  In odd looking costume Is doing hia  best to keep etill and remember what  * tm  was  told.     When  caught by the  photographer he was posing as "Lord  ,, illtliorp." ,.as represented in tho palnt-  ���������'- lag  by   Sir Joshua  Reynolds.    It la  jwrelty bard work for a little boy to  ato'nd stock still for any length of time. .  (Kit the photo shows that he succeeded ,  admirably.   The boy's name is Gren- '  rllle Temple 'Emmctt. and he is the  " ton of Oreuville ISmmctt of New York  ffdty.   While Master Emiuett behaved  to well as to win the plaudits of thg_  beholders, lt  is quite likely that ho  would   have   much   preferred  not to  J pose at all. w   "  How to Split Paper.  According to Popular Science News,  lucre nro two ways of splitting a piece  *t .pitper.   One is to lay tho sheet of  paper on a piece or glass, soak it thoroughly with water and then press lt  wnoothly over ibe glass.   With a little  tare tlio upper half of the sheet can  be peeled off. leaving the under half  - <sn the glass.   Let this dry and lt wlll  tome otT the glass easily.   Of courso  tne glass must be perfectly clean. The  (second wny Is a better one, but It re  quires some pood prnctico.    Paste tl  piece of cloth or strong paper on each  ������ide of the sheet to bo split   When lt  hBR   thoroughly   dried   pull   tbo  two  pieces.of cloth 11 part nuddenly nnd violently.   The "pnsto can then be soften-  *& with yvntcr and tho two bairns of  tbe Bliout easily taken off tho cloths.  Your Parents.  The other day 1 saw the most shameful exhibition of discourteous treatment  ' that I hopo to witness for some time,  ( said a charming woman of the world,  ' and, v would you believe lt, it wns the'  ', discourtesy of two daughters to their  mother?    They   woro  products  of  o  ! Tory good private school, whero theli  ; father aud mother hnd scut them and  i paid for them, too, with money earned  i by hard work,  direful  planning and  | many sacrifices.  I 'Theso daughters were dressed In excellent taste. Their spending money  ln thoir elegant.purses exceeded, 1 am  certain, the salary of their father at  their-age. They knew a littlo boarding school French and German, and  they were very well drilled in how to  enter a drawing room and bow to gush  to tho accepted society butterfly fashion. One thing in their education bad  been sadly neglected, Tbey seemed  not to understand tbat'pareuts demand  a courteous consideration at all times,  and that, above all things, there should  bo a polite treatment before, others.  Well, theso girls were entertaining  friends aud during the evening their  .mother came into the library to meet  them. Sho really had a bolter.idea of  hospitality than her daughters, for sho  knew1 that tho real hostess should meet  all guests, even for a few minutes.  ��������� This little mother, had never been in  a ."nnishing"- BCheol. and her grammar was tho. plain everyday grammar without the fluffy French phrases  or up to date slang. 1 believe that she  made some errors in grammar, for her  He "Was  Forced to  Adiri.  That  Was Not Always Truthful.  Among the sl-ries in."Pages'1 From  an Adventurous Life," by J. E. Pres-  ton-Murdock, is one1 that Lord Alver-  etone was wont to tell with appreciation, ln a postoffice prosecution at  Hertford assizes a clever Irish barrister appeared for the defendant, who  was a poor letter carrier guilty of  some irregularity. The chief witness  against the accused was Anthony Trol-  lope, then a Government postoQicc inspector. After he had given his testimony he was handed over to the lawyer for the defence for cross-examination.  "What   are   you?"   demanded ' the  keen Irishman in ft severe nnd commanding  tone  sonorous  with   a   rich'  brogue.  "An ofiicial in the postoiFiee," answered Trollope, somewha' astonished  'by the lawyer's brusquenes.*.  . '"Anything   else?"    demanded ��������� the  cross-examiner, with a snap."  "Yes; an_ author." This a little  proudly.   "~  "What is the name M your last  book?"    '  " 'Bnrchcster Towers.' "  /'Now, tell me, is tliero a word of  'truth in that book?"  "Well, it is what is generally called  a work of fiction." '    -  "Fiction!" with a scornful curl of  the lip. "Fiction 1 That- is to say,  there isn't a word of truth in it from  beginning to end?"  . "I���������I nfti afraid ii you put it that  way there isn't," stammered Trol'ope  "in  an  embarrassed  way.  With a triumphant air the. lawyer  .turned to the jury.  "Gentlemen," he exclaimed, "how  can you possibly convict a* man on  the evidence of a witness like this,  wlio licre' in this court of justice un-  bhishingly confesses that he has written a book in which thore is not one  word of fruth!"  Trollops had fallen squarely intp  the pit digged for him by his unscrupulous cross-examiner, who easily  won his case witli his clever trick.  He     The   Fellow  Who  Made  a   Bad  Guest  and Was Embarrassed.  Two men sat in the public room of a  local   hotel.    Neither  of  them  could  read or writo. and each was ignorant  of'the other's failing.  A   waiter,  coming   into  lhe  room,  handed one, of them a telegram.  He opened-it at once nnd pretended  New   Cabinet   Ladies  Meet   Society'*"   0.   K.  to rend, saying as he did so, "Very  good-very good indeed!" loud enough  for the other to bear. lie then handed him tho telegram, asking him if he-  would advise him to accept the offer.  No: '2 also protended to read and said  that it was very good, but bo could  not think ot, advising liim Ih a matter  of that sort.  The first mnn then got n telegram  form to write his acceptance of the  offer lie pretended he liad recoil od.  Not being able to writo. ho protended  that ho had sprained his wrist and  asked No. '2 to write it for him. But  lie nt once refused on the plea that  they would recognize his handwriting.  The waiter was thou called in, ami  No. 1 addressed him as follows:  "Will you kindly answer this telegram for mc''" handing it to him to  road. "Tell them I'll tako a dozen nt  a dollar per head."  "But, sir," said the waiter, "there  must be some mistake. That is not  the answer to this surely. Your telegram says. 'Come at onco; twins.'"  "Great Scott!" yelled the man. "I've  given you the wrong one!-' And he  hastily departed amid tho laughter of  the company.���������New York Journul.  When Sheridan  Made, a Hit.  One often has amusing experience?,  writes Mark Sheridan, tlie actor,  in  daughters took the trouble to correct yj'bo London Strand, the humor which  Tho General���������Hah!   So" you're to be  soy partner today?  . New Member of Badminton Club-  Pleased, IJm sure. May I asfc you' -why-  yon carry three rackets?  "���������"TlfffT"G"eflSral=Wijll7 you *wr, I'm-  ratber shortsighted and generally  break one or two on my partner during  tho game.  her before tbe guests, to. the embarrassment of every ono present except  themselves. Thoy did not seem to re-  alizo at all that corrections should never bo made beforo outsiders, and,  above all, they should be done kindly  and gently.  -The plain little dress did uot suit the  only strikes one afterward. Such a ,  one* occurred-to mc a number of years  ngo'at a very small hall in the provinces, where the stage accommodation was so limited and of such a  primitive, kind that some of us had  .to use the back of the stage as a  dressing-room, our ablutions alter, the  show being sometimes performed in a  Orcl-iestrn���������A Gome.  The game of orchestra Is great, Select n conductor, who omits his orchestra In a semicircle, each being ns-  glgned to.plny some Imaginary Instrument imd Instructed how to play lt  The conductor first calls on his or"  chest nt to tuno up, and then, nnmlntf  ���������joint.- lively air, begins to hum It, at  iho siuiio timo waving a baton, when  ���������II players' must Join ln Imitating, by  yoIco nnd gesture, their Instrumental  audi an harp, violin, cornet, trombone,  tale, clarinet, piccolo, drum, cymbals,  tie. Solos may bo called for nnd tho  ���������no representing tho Instrument unmed  must respond or pny a forfeit Then*  tre few games thnt afford moro fun  Md Iniighter thnn thla. Bo sure to so-  bet a coiiili-nl porHon to bo your louder.  ���������Phllndolphln Ledger.  Life and Death.  The treasurer of the bank was dead.  Word had just been received over th**  telephone. It was shortly after "busl.  ness hours, and, ns if by common concent, all of tho employees gathered together ln a little group. :  "1 feel as though I had lost ������ broth-  er," said the assistant treasurer. i  "I nball never get over It," added ths  caBhicr. j  "It makes me Bick," whispered tlu  paying teller.  "I shall think about lt all night," remarked the bookkeeper.  "It's awful���������nwftiU" said tho clerks.  Thero was a moment's -silence. Then  tlie errand boy Bpoke:  "I. wonder who'll get the Job?" hi  chirped.   ,  Everybody gave nn Involuntary start  Tlio errand boy hnd been a mind render.���������Puck,  fashion plate ideas of the da-ughters'of basin or a garden bucket placed on' a  tho house. When the dear little lady (1 chair. One night���������it was winter, and  use lho word lady in good faith) enma the audience was almost as chilly as  ln.Jhey Dow at_hcr_ii3 tf she had beeu' the weather���������I had finished my turn  * " '       ' " ""^nHJay^tripping-to-inc-nvTnsiT'wns'  "abluting" violently in the old tin  basin when somebody made 'a mistake, and, instead of lowering the curtain, tho back sheet* was pulled up,  disclosing mo to view*v  As I had my back in (hat direct ion  I'-'did not at. first realize'^wliat liad  happened, aiid, hearing sli ricks of  laughter, I listened a moment and  remarked- through the folds of the  towel in which was buried, "My word,  somebody's making a hit!" Getting  no reply, I looked up, to discover  that my erstwhile companion had  vanished and that, with dripping  mnnc, I was standing in full view of  the audience I  I was pressed very much immediately afterword to enter for the 100 ynrd**  in tho following year's theatrical  sports, ns it was thought that 1 might  establish a record.   -  on lire and roughly straightened her.  blouse. Those daughters scolded their  mother for having a blouse not perfectly plain in the back! Rude is nol the  term 1 -would apply.  Sho was corrected In one , or, two  statements that she made In a manner  that' the daughters would not dure lo  use to any other person. "No, don't  ������ay that," said one. "Yon have.no  right to give uny opinion. What can  an old "person like you, with no experience lu tho world, know of this?" 1  wish that I could give you the rude  manner thnt wi������nt with It  Now, 1 would warn every.daughter  who reads this little talk against falling Into disrespectful ways toward  her parents. Never bo nshnmed of the  fact thnt,your parents have not been  "finished" or do not hold diplomas from  colleges. You wlll Ond that the older  generations liavo been busy enrnlng  money, building homes, making things  .'   Dependency of Man,  Al Fcpperdliie had called upou hlfi  niece to unburden bis marital woes.  One of his chief griev.-inccs was that  he ofteu had to help around the house  ������������������carry water,or coal or build tiros.  '���������Cynthia, I'm .lust plumb woro out  bavin* them women folks depend on  me for everything, and tlicy don't  seem to think I'm doin' anythin' extra.  I tell you, them women folks o' miuo  are that dependent Ihey couldn't get a  meal's victuals without' mo lo help.  But ihey'ro'soon goin' to tlnd out how  dependent, they are. Then they'll appreciate rile."  "Why, Uncle Al, are yon going  away?" inquired Cynthia In surprise.  "I'm goin' to become a recluse," announced I'epperdino portentously. "I'm  goin' miles into the country and livo  all alone in a cabin for six months,  and Susan- and them girls wiil see  who's been doin' tho work."  "But, Uncle Al," exclaimed Cynthia,  ''who will do your washing and such  "iiife?" '    J  "Why,"' I'll  bring that   to  Susan on  Thotoa ������ by American Press Association  yns. WILLIAM jhnnixgs bkta^ (at toe*  AND MIIS. JOSKl'IlDS UA.NTELS,  Saturday night whon 1 come in to get  my breiul."���������Judge.  Scot Juries and Verdicts",  In criminal cases in  Scotland  thb  Ho Did Not Doubt.  The Rev. Herbert L." TreneKmau, ln  a lecture' on "Woman" nt a Methodist  church in Dululli, was condemning  this winter's type of hobble skirt.  "It's worse than last winter's," he'  declared. "It's altogether immodest.  1 wish all husbands had the courage of  a Duluth man I heard about recently.  "This honest fellow's wife -fumed  complacently from the mirror, and,  smoothing hor new hobblo skirt-a  skii't of thnt ultra' sort which must bo  put on with a shoe horn���������said:  ���������"I wonder if the, hobble skirt will  ever go out'''  "'Not wiih mc,' the mini answered  firmly.*'���������St. Paul Dispatch.  ZZlYtor tteir WM*^ toWlr- , P������*ly J?7 1. represent^ 1 y the crini-  Jome of the more showy things ,.,at, ������������! ������ -.������ ^ Wj?^*  somo peoplo nro foolishly overrating ; . rora nrc  chosen bjr bnjlot by tha  More Lives Than the Cat  If it Binrtlflh lie torn limb from limb  tnd tlio fragments cant Into the neri  from finch limb another Btarllsli wlll  ���������winilt. Tlm nwldtw of Uio body wlll  -ppi'mluco tlio loHt limbs, From ench  Mvorcd limb will grow a now body.  Tbo brittle ntnr, which to tho most  llnrupllvo of tbo wholo brlgnde ond  ���������/111 i-liuttor Itself In frufimonlB when  in nttompt In mndo to draw It from  tho ten, to, howovor, bollnvert not to  Hurt) tbto uncanny rcceniljlnjico to  ������������������".tout Ufo. lint tlio wn cnoitmbom  Tolutitnrlly undergo division for tbo  frar-.o.-e <���������! mulMplyln*; thctr kM.  Nanoy'** Way--  ft-** wind wan whistling round th* houii  und Rhaklni; nt tho door;  Tb������ Kky wns dull; the snowy fields Uy  1* vel n������ ta floor.  Jf-J (l--f*r1 of in��������������������������� fairy tiooV   infl Hot lm->  Iran to frot.  ffhttt stupid winter days," I r������wn������d, "I  with th* nun would s������tl"  fhtn Nancy Joyce cam* running bu hsi  chvekn Jlkn roue* red,  *fr* found tlm finest coast and stldsl  you must cpni-j out," ali-a said,  ���������"-And Why's skntlnir on ths pond and  toy* he'll pull the sled  0r that hs'll como nnd help us build a big  snrtw hftnr.ti In-Mendl"  *|T* hurried Into coats and hats, so Kansy  nefd not wnlt,  ������nd.  mut-hlntr,  band  tn  hand  at* flew  down to tho trardan cats.  Vow lirtKht ths dull du*/ warned to growl  Or wns It Just tlis vole*  ltd happy wav* thai mado (lis cliang* ol  fi'.ly .Vr������r"T Joyrat  -ei. Klctiolaa.  Successful.  Two young women were ox-fttanglnij' ;  confidences. Ono of tho young womon  was older thnn tho other, nnd she wns  the heroine of mnny engagement**.  But tho other wns betrothed for tlio  first time, nnd lt wns this ono who wns  having nil tho troubles.  "My dear, I'm afraid wo shnll ncvor  bo happy," alio groariod. "Ilulf the  timo bo nays bo doesn't know whether  1 lovo blm or not. A quarter of tho  timo ho hopes I do, o quarter of tlio  time he Junt wishes 1 might, nnd nil  tbo time ho Just seems porfeetly miserable."  "Girlie," Mclnlmcd tho experienced  ono Rolcmnly, "your engagement la a  RTnnd Biiccqns." ��������� Clcvclnud rittJn  Denier.  ���������    Not Important,  in ofllclous neighbor, oh-wrlng ft  brido of two weeks chopping kindling.  took occasion to romoiistrnlo wllh her  and to offer soma ndvlco on the mibju  gnUon of bur-bunds.  Tlio brido did not wclcomo tbo sug*  frestloiiH.   ���������Mlmnile," who tmld proudly  ond haughtily, defending her liusbnnd,  ���������'hns thing!*! on his mind of moro lm-  ��������� portttiico thnn kindling."  "Woll, haven't you?" gnnnpefl tin-  would bo agitator,  "V/b.*-, W UloliiJ*; t.  wily. Wu-hlng n 111 tie.  OB my mind U Jlmmle."-Now York  Journal,  In their valuation of life.  Good honest principles, high Ideals,  bouorablo actions nnd right living  count for moro thnn anything else.  You need never bo nshnmed of theso  attributes. I would suggest that yon  bo proud of pnrontfl who hnvo these  qualities. No correction; no rudeness  or disrespectful treatment will ever  count for nnythlilg except against the  children who forget thnt they, too, tire  not porfoct.  Keep ln mind nlwnys the days of pn-  tlonco, trial nnd self micrlllco tlint  your parents hnvo given to you. They  bnvo generally respected you nnd huvu  nhown kindness and1 lovo for ynu.  Surely you should glvo tlio snino to  them.  Etiquette For Business Girl,  Tho girl who outers business lifo  must not expect excuses to ho innd'i  for her on tlio ground of mix. She  ���������stands on nn equiil fooling with mini  In tlio btiHlness world, bill this Is not  tho truth as yet, though it mny bo In  Uio futiuu Wonuin Is discriminated  ogainst all through lho Industrial  world Jimt becnuso sho Is a womnn  '.Muri-il mod  "All T hnvfl  | clerk of *the court from the list con-  ��������� tiiining the names of tin; spcoial ami  ' common jurors, live from the s-peeinl,  I ten  from   tho  common,     Knch   tiAo  ' has   flvo   peremptory   cliiilloiigcs,   of  which no more than two may be exercised upon specinl juror?,   The challenges for cause  nre  without  limit.  The verdict need not bo iinnuinioiH.  A majority suffices. Three verdicts nro  pprmiUcd'���������guilty, not guilty and not  proved,  ' What Rnts Cost.  Tt* hns reeenUy been estimated hy ft i  I-'rencli    slntislu'iiin    tlmt    * I .OOO.Diirt.  worth of food n day is wasted on nil.'  in Cirent Ilritnin nlon-*-.  In other count ri*1.** the expeii.**** run.- i  rqunllv high, nnd even higher. Every ;  rnt in Franco cost two cents n dny ���������  for bis keep. i  In Kiifflanrl n rnt owl* from nun-j  linlf OPiit lo live cents n day to the j  perKfiti upon whose property it pri-y-i, ���������  nnd lliere ore 40,000,000 rats in tlio |  llriti&h isles. ;  Yollow Broom Wnn For EnRlnnil.    ,  Knglnn-'i's national flower, previous,  tn tho thirteenth century, wns gcner-  rdly regarded  as   the yollow  broom,  Getting Around It,  Jed-Did I .tell you what happened  in court tlio other day while I was  waiting for my ease to bo called?  -Rthfil-No; I don't llilnk so. What  happened? \  .led-Thi! Judge fined n young mnn  $10 for picking a pocket. "Your honor," snUl the oflloer in chnrgo of tho  man, "why, this man has only $'.)."  "Well, release him," commanded lho  Judge, "and leud blm to the visitors'  gallery nnlJI lie go Is Uio other dollar."  ���������New York American.  Superfluous,  Sho may do ns good or bettor work j N���������t Untjl MSB, nt lhe time of the Wnr  than a mnn In tbo samo' position, but ' "         alio cannot yet command tlio salary  tlmt ho enn, lint If nho keeps on doing ber vory best and Is prompt and  euorgotlc nnd neat In nppe/iranee, with  ���������i p1oT"\nt- vrnvtt nnd n rhoerv Fnillfl  for all comers, alio enn nlrondy go a  long wny, and tho timo Is coming whon  ���������ho can go still higher.  Tho bnst bred girls as woll as tho  ���������rlrls who nro most succosHful Ju lho  business world never try to mnke tbo  two absolutely (llssiniUiir worms mm-  Bio, but i-ocp their soclnl Ufo entirely  for tbo bomo.  Good Reason.  ���������"Whnt mnkes yon earn* that horrl-  blo Bhrlck mnchlno for nn automobile  ilgnal?"  "For liumano ronson**," repllrd Mr.  Cbugglns. "If I enn pni-nlyw a person  with fenr ho will ko-'P still and I can  nm to ono sido of hIin."~WuHhlnKtoi!  Star.    Different.  -"irftury, here's n hnlr on your coat?"  "Yes, my dour, It's ouo of yours.''*,  ���������'Hut It'a a blond hnlr, nnd my hnlr j In another dlrncll.ni or n purely ���������,-ollt*'-,  Is black." ! conventional b������w will r.how tbo other  "I know, dw, but you mud return j thnt ynu do tmt ���������.���������nrr- to carry your  her J hnron't von thlt font lietore lv , aortal iicijti*iliitnncw.lilu beyond U"������  a month "-Voukcra Btulcsmaiu present itnndinr.  Ths Polite Salutation.  If a woman bow to yon nektiowlc.lc-ft  It, even thonrth your memory ttillH yon  about nnmo or placo of meeting. A  rourfpniis fifiluto should nUvnys be returned. Ko woll bred per.-.on i.Ihiu!-**!  over cut nn nrqunlntnncA.   A turnlns  of Uio U0SCS--WR8 Urn rose chosen--- *  red for the T.anciiRtriniis and whilo ;  for tho Voi-l-isls-tlie union of lho '  rosus being nfl'icted by suhsci'iit'iit '  marriage    between    the    two    rivnl  ll0U!*CS,        . ' ��������� |  N������|-,roM and Muilc. I  In hit book nbout "The VelAth Folk  n( Wont Africa" ft. II Milllgan says  in a chapter on Africnn music: "There  is nn doubt tlint rnuuio is the art form  of tho in'gro. IToJs the most musical  pUM-ii it*������]iig. His kiilii-d i.;ii..v.-ii.is������  life lin utters in sonp. He lias not yot  done any gront thing. His day' is ulill  future. Hut I believo tliat when he  comes lm will come siiujing."  Rhodes Scholars.  Upon cnni'lclinc tb-^lr Oxford  cotirco and returning to their own  .-'.���������Mi'tri**". n rnnjnrity of Tlhodrs ������elioI������  toil take up teaching. During the Ifu-t  fix years IS-'i naholam fntercd upon  nlucntionol enn^rs, ciRhty-Iour upon  lei/nl, and thirty-tlirnc went Into tin?  dlpl<-.mnlic or consular CDrvlce. The  miiiifliy -rlhlmcil twrnty, m'dhlne  ' fir "ii    siu!  Hi-ilnr-n  fi"urt������*f*r>  If Mr.  Wilson had allowed the women of the country to select his cabl*-"  net members for tho qualifications ot  their wives aloue thore would be a bi< *  0. K. after every name.      *   ������  Mrs.  Bryan, the wife of the - sccre-   t:i i-y-o f-sta te, Ja_a_niost_importnnt_linJt_  lu the social chain. To ber will fall,  the delicate tnsk of maintu.Inlns*  friendly relatious between tbocwlvi,*(  of nil foreign diplomats and other ivo*  men of tho cabinet nnd tbo social  world lit large. -Mrs. Bryan kuow<  .Washington from the smallest detull*(  of its government machinery to tin  complicated maze oC social'Intricacies,  She wiM bo nided in the duty of ofiicial  entertaining'by a daughter and daughter-in-law.      - / .  Mr. McAdoo, the new secretary of  the treasury, is a widower, and' his; ���������*  eldest daughter will net as hostess for  her father. The McAdoo fnmlly will  make a notable nddltlon to Washington society,  ��������� Mrs. Burleson, tho wife of tho new  postmaster general, will need no Introduction to* Washington society or  the public In general. Sho hns lived  nt the cnpltnl for a number of years  ns the wlfo of n popular member of  congress from Texas. ��������� Sho mnkea  graceful use ot her pen in ployottcrt  nnd work of n light nnd witty nature  It Is often snid, "What a pity Mrs.  Nui'lesoii does not devoto her cutlro  timo to writing, for she might tnko a  promluont plnco among plnywrlghts."  I Mrs. JoKcpluis Daniels adds nuothor  graceful southern womnn to ollicial society. Sho Is nlrondy woll known In  "WjiHli'iigtou, whero hor mother, Mrs,  .Worth Hngley, lives. As tbo wlfo ot  the nocrotiiry of tho nnry sho Is nu ns������  nurod success,  ,   Mrs. Frnnklln f.nno Is .   :>tlicr cabinet   woman   nlreiuly   Idi-ntHled   with  .Washington life.   She Is fond of music,  si'l. uud literature, lias u.. nrlUtic homo  and lllu'H diinclng nnd tho lighter no-  roinpll'iliironti*! of soiMety.   Tho seero.  tary  of the lntorlor nnd Mrn.  I.nno  hnvo two children, n son of^slxtrou  nnd a diuightcr, .V-uiry, ten yearn old,  Mi'H.  I.lndlpy M. OnrrlRon, wlfo of  tlio now flocn'tary of wnr, Is ������ stvan-  gnr In Wnslilnglon, nml so Is hor Uun-*  bund.   She Is u western girl, but waa  rnlsnd in Philadelphia. Her fnthcr wna  Cnplain Siinniel lllldobiirne, U, B. A.  i   Mm. Roddold, wlfo of tho now sac-  rotury of crimim-re**-, In famlllnr with  tho diitiPR dovolvlng upon tbo wlfo ot  s citblnat inoniber.   KIio Is a Now York  womnn, but hns sp-nnt pnrt of (inch sua-  ion in WnRliliiKton sinco hor huBbniid  bdcnmo a mi-mbpr of tlio house.   A,'  ' DemocrnUc  womnn  snid  recently of  Mrn. Itpdftfltrt, "You cnniiot better do*  scrlbo hor tlmn tlmt slu. Is oxnctly Hit  (.Vjll*   ('f   UUlllllll   ^Ull    NlMlld   l.l|llil   lu   1.6  [ BP'-m-lnlPd wllh Hip WlUan ndmlnl-v.  ; trntloti nnd luiii tbo snmo tenrtonrloji,  I snmn* likes nnd ills! I lieu ns hns Mrs.  I .Wilson.  !'  Recrotnry Wllllnm IV Wilson of tbt  ti    ftP'r '?oj,nrinii*''*f nf Inbnr will hnve th������  i youugdst hofttoN* for his lioiucliold of  '  ..._  ..I.I^.l .omKtt    t(lua   Airnnn  WIL  Hook Caiivnhver-In thoso voliimoa  you liavo tho whole sum of human  knowiedgo In convenient form. Mr.  Moek--Tliiinlis; It's no use to me. ll.  C~|-|il jour wlfo, tiMih.i\it- .M, M.--  Oli, sho Uikj^������ It nil iilieiidy.--.Sydnpy  Hulletln-  Tr'uo to Llfi*.  i....f * .  -  the lino of rnnllKiit." , . ���������  "Tlio li'iroliio mnrrloa tho poor youiia ; any cabinet member, M������s������ Altnos vviv-  hpro?"  "No, Indeed!  She throws blm down  and tnnrricH tho rich young profllgn^  nnd they llvo happily forever nftcr."-  Houston I'oat.  Moidino H*r.  ���������Tlie cook threntens to leave tAntor-  row."  "Wo must tntweat her."  ���������"Jlow or*n wo Intrrei-t her?"  "I'll b;iv<������ n in-w ������ii*t of rhlnn sent  konu'."-i>>t.'.iS'.'..*>  CX-ui.ti- J our tub  ������on, who will tnko hor ^otlior'a placo,  ns tbe socrntnry'a wlfo Is wot fond of  lo-'loty and profcr-s to kocp lior young  , fnmlly on iho farm In l-onnsylvnuln.  I    U'h-i aiH-rulnry of anr!rullnr������ and Mi  ; wlfo art now In Washington, and lira.  i Houston Is milking* hur fliutt iit'nuuJnt-  ! anco with nffl'iul rlrclos.  I   Jnmoa 0. Mclleynnlfla, attorney c������s>  ardl. ts the only bit'-hplor of tb* <"���������������*  : n������'t.   Ue wlll probiilily lmvi������ twonty \t*  [ Tlliittous for dlt i <T Iii li flng'.e rilsbt  anJ bo:omg nt o-vn a Hon or s*>-!riy. ���������������,s*;-  THE NEWS, CUMB^lRLAMD. BRITISH COLTBtSIA.;  LIf40IiEU]VIS  C&AMiPMPElRs  bRGE GU^TRIfiS  "ftJKW STOCK of the" above in well assorted patterns-  [\  and vicsiRns at POPULAR PRICKS A.  ......  .  ' Our slock oi Furniture, House-tur-  nishings. Beds, etc., etc. is aways  complete ancl prices the best.  Try,,a Fawceti Range ; they   are  always satisfactory.  j J '*  SK*J.fC������w*J*^*Jwrov***ra**KTXJH^M������ri iii****wtf*is ������ w***-r*wi **-*.������������ j������i lJ  Mcl'lice Modi, A.-McKINNOW     Cumberland  i  NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED  TE  '���������Tender   for  *,MMmma*u*.m***TF?  JN 71 IK    MA'ITKK   OK   TUE  ���������MiyNiuiPAL CLAUSES ACT'  EA1-E1) TENDERS, superscribed  for Extension- to M'mlo  S<:hool-hou5c,:| will be received by the  Honourable tjio Minister ot PublicWorks  up to noon of Wcdnesd.i'y, the 25th day  of June, 1913, for tne erection and completion of nn extension of one room to  the School-house ai Minto in the Com-  ok Elcctor.'tl District.  This" work to br* completed on or be-  foic the 25th day of August, 1913,  I'l.iii.--, ���������-���������pr.cific.-itioni, coiUr.-ic.t-, -'ind  furuii i*f '1 curler may bc seen on and af-  11*i* the,..itli d.iy of June,- 19j.11 . al  tlie" (.lnVfi of Mr. J .llaiid,'(���������toveriimcr.t  Afcnt. fusi.K'i'lanVl, IS. ci; .Mr. \V, C.  W'hiii*, Scrivjt.'iry of the Si hool Hoard,  Minln. and iho Dcpaitment of Public  Wi-th-.y-. xi.nia, 11..C.  lutciit.'ni;  tenderers  can   obtain one  ������������������ ���������������������������   .!��������� ..in ������������������ .i r-   j<"p\ oi p'.uis and specifications for   llie  ry       ,     ,     ',   , v,       >��������� -,      ! -.uni oficn tltill.'irs Mi to) ������by npplyinji   to  Cumberland Acne,   No. ios3.   ,       . 1    \-      .,..      ,-   , ,  Fraternal Order ol: EugU-s, linu- j ,*��������� nvunicd m jjood order.    ���������  ed out on Sunday. Juno 22nd, fori    Ua !i j.-nn-.'iHiil must be acc-impi-oncc1  I Tenders will not bo considered������unless  made out on the forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of ihe tenderer nnd cr closed in the envelopes furn-  shed   .. _"..  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ,  J.. E. GH1EFITH.  Public Works Engineer  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, I!. C, June 7th, 1913.  ill:  to,  o-5������������������co������i;*���������S������������������e������������������c*E������   o**3������^s^^3������������&999Ss,r  o *       ���������  Pilsener Brewing Co.  'publioiiiion hi'ri'of,' ninke appiica-  ti'.)ii i'or. a Irnnsfor of llu.1 * liquoi  -Hceiii-u lii'ld liy lii:r. in connection  witli tho Vyiidoino Hotel, Cum  k-i-J.-i.-iil. J>, 0., ly.jost'jih Tobnoco  and Joseph Doiuont'*, to tlio  JJosrd <>t' Licence (Joiiiinissioiiers  of iho City of Cumberland at such  of I heir rt'^nlar inealin^s at which  such applicntion can be legally  made,  ' li. S. ROBERTSON  * IJ older of Licence  It.   IL MoXKILL  Holder of Temporary Tonnit,  ' Dated Mav Hfli/IUia  0B***aammm**-*J������r'''Z***fJ'J*- ~3*rr*t*aiBt^mwi**taivtM?t*iami*x-Mi*'*uia*ii  'li. C. Kinde, is agent for' the  ������������������Koi'd"' and ������������������Chalnier1' automo-  b'i'li'S--   (Airs for hire.    Phone 18  ;;-v;;l*i'vsi^  Alahds^oiiy^  ^.-g^5^^^^ ^fS^LlS-"^-!^ v;"j!-j  '.������������������ yMuilerhJ residence iuidJ double  y Co i'ii el* -;A t i 01 a f t.: 611 P e 11 "f i 111A ve li 11 'ty  ''h 1 id* A1'- i IJ11   ? tree I (i J Sep t ky" tii 1.1 lv*,'  v'*'' "i ������������������Y *���������'   ���������,..'��������� ���������'     ' 'y'' ��������� ������������������   '" .-���������' -ay-  '���������"..������������������ "/. : ��������� j.y  A-uith v.hi4''tbtlcty,;lij;)t;-aiicl- cotclJAwa-"  ���������lorjAlui-^o'Hiafi^inefify.Ji'ploiidid "Yea-  Aofable1 iitid llowerAjVartloiiyA -, Price,'  iiu'lndiit-j; fine n-jwyji'Stngc and 0tli-A  Ae.' Afuriiisliings, /*Ji2,50:0;r Teniis,  - ��������� SI'ipOO".ca'fc*'l������"V; 1 ml.ji 1:t"������* toy-ftii.it.ypn'l'-:  ciiaser.A, AFor J'uI'-t-lier ypfu* icnlai's-*  ���������apply* 6n*'||ii';:pr(Mivise.<  WHAT WE-PRINT  ~\Vo print ladies' aiid goililomens  vis-itino- cards.  We print wedding invitations.  We print dunce program mos. ������������������  *    "Wo' print hotel bill of fares.  Wo print meal tickets, also  milk and broad tickets.  We print poster**, handbills  and dodgers. ,  We print, placards and notices  on canvas.  We  print ooncerl program nio--  TA*KE MOTi'OE that the*und   the   rmipo^e of decdia-ing'lhe bX ;>-11'l'-f:<*'i-t������1 bnnk"che,|ue or 'certifi-1 j[".^,j"Vm|������",-������~rit>I<������tsr*" "^^  1       mi ,   i-       .1           *    y ..   o-n\mc ni'hli0;.-/*l������,%.*--i���������i t ...-,���������!.���������..      c/ut* oi(Icp'V.it  on ,i chancred, brink of i' -  c  O'cigiH'.l, will.'itlier the expiration guives oi ttieu clepiutod oro'liers. '.           '   ,         ,,',,,,'        .. Wp'nnnriiimiiic^ cai'd-i  "*     *'         *                    ,,1 -    ���������  ���������   '                      ���������                                                 Can.ula. made pav.ible  to  die   Honour- m e pi nil. oiit-inobh (-uuo  of thirty days [.JO] Tio.ii the  lirst  ' ������ '��������� '     " !     -���������-    "   We print InlUioad-j; ordinary or  loorie leaf system.  We print letterheads and  note-j|  ' Anr*   * *r*' *���������'*'��������� "���������" cA "J ."���������   ,-���������*.-,' hh ''���������*������������������ ���������|.*iib!cU'.'c -M inisteri pr ��������� ublicAVorks, ���������:'. fora  Miss Lena Gesslord   and ^iiss y J,,,* 'J- . y   ,y;*f.,,*y.   A  >v**, -,--v .**.-..-.������������������ v *���������*   ;-.;:-���������:>. *   .*���������  j sui.. equal to.io rd* cent  of the tender,  G'!adys A^^is AAwer^; -passengep j jwhiGh:.sh;tl] :tf������ ftirfeitetf* if the party; ten-  by Ttiesdayqiiorlnng's';traihy for | d'erih-^.' decline ���������'���������tX enter Jliao ���������contnictjj;. yv^.  ���������IJ^^iiiHi^ikud^iiei^  v'     '��������������������������� f '   ' tO',com|'lete,**theyw  The cheques or ...certificates ,* bfxieptVsit; of  ti'iisuccessful:tciicier'ei-s.''wi.ll, fbe..'.returned  Ice! Ice! Ice!  Supplied to the Public  pgjgj|M^-*i*Ji']M-*j-^'*i!^^^  jORDERS must be given   not  later  SI thanl 0 A.M.   to   eifsure .delivery  ss i  same  clay.  ������?-5S������������������������-i>������^Q2������<B������Ji53������������09       9t������������������d*9*&-9&d*33������Qd������^������>^';]  ���������M  spend a few days visiting friend.*-.  GIDEON HICKS  PIANO COMPANY  GOVKRNMKNT ST. ',        VICTORIA, 15; C,  ��������� Complete Slock of'���������YeOidu Finne"  '   Mrs Clias. Segrave and   Miss  Kileen.Segrave and   Miss Orpha j contract  Lewis are on a visit tu Mrs. J no. j "*'*"*  iiiil, Union Buy.  thc-vij* upon  .tlie J executiriti   of * the  opes.  Wo turn out  vork  when yon  want it mid how you want it.  xjp.,-3-np i ii irnni nni-ii ������ wwi pam nmwnm* n n  mix*w������*ua%mLjm iwii* unium*  Messrs  Denionte &.Tob;icnoof S $  i  I   i-lv*-5**--** , C?|  I     J n.   i-I    ������.    P"������* j>���������**: jf^o, j������������*, D    in       r���������-������ k>-^>. ^*v /r^. e**-*  the Vendomo Hotel are having  that establishment fixed up. The  rooms are being newly plastered  and furnished and when' fiinish-  ed will niaka this one of tho  most comfortable  hotels in   the  A|A-  ���������'B--i  fViAROCCHl BRO  ���������"a*-****.  GROCERS ' ���������&- BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   Op'   '  CUMBERLAND  BOTTL'NG  WORKS  i  r  district.  Xifu  m  iiiao  i  Dominion Pianos, T&otnas Organs  ^ '...**  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones' and' Records  WRITE'FOR CATALOG AND PRIG 10 LISTS.  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  j^erlaiirinLerestsycaiin'otj^uite^ *t������y  .(iV.;,t    ,.' ..  li,;,..     ���������....'  -vj     . 7 .,:. --il'   '    ���������'���������',.'.'������������������''  ���������������....���������'       '    y^. *.     .'."'y*/.<?.. ���������-.  JsAi-n s fid 11 y fujrii ^byhT^lTc^i^Y^iviyyy^  Agents for Pilsener lkewing Com pane's HKER'  . Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and 'Liquors.  .H������y  W i 1 li a in'aVeJsTi 11; *^  i. A '   *'-.'' .* ./. . -!**'   * '���������'���������   ���������-��������� -. '��������� '-���������-,'<'���������' '- '   -:.-v .;.*.'.'.'*���������- ^������������������'���������'i * *7   ji-iT*  r^w  ������J. The-oh.-i!  Mrs. II,  i*uiiril!i Avenue,  .jiiesuyu*. -nave    in ���������;-���������������������������yie \\  l,afgeiA:;:p,rol)lenisj At li a n.i; "personal  *-;quabbles,'A;,. ^-1,-*^ j''J; ���������':-^A,Ay-.'*,���������;;; :iy* -..J���������A':v  Pilsener Brewing Com-  '������������������   pany, Limited.   o   TAK1.C NOTICK, pur>tiainto  soction iS   of the   ���������'Companies'  Act,"    that    the    above-named  Coniipauy propose, one niont li uf  t r daie hereof, to change   their  name to   the   ������������������Is'aud   I-Srewiuj;'  (Jgtnpauy, Limited.  Dated thi.-i i Olh day of J n no 3913  J. C. KUSS.  Score 1.'try  Wlm luiii been fo '.Mi'uly id.i-ick-  cu by tho hiind of d-t'iith fu this  town than (i(.'Oi*jfo W, (JlilltnilJ  and who has born tiji ro bravely'<  All honor to ihu man I'or Jii.s  ptoiitfiess of lionit iuul the fucinj*  of his troublo like a man,  CJiinijju, Jiii.'* aO.---It is believed I hai Jack -Johnston, .seen  in Mnntrval, in'cmls j������oin^ lo  Patis to live in fun ire, ilius for-  i|!������.*iriiHi Si 5 non bail inniiev '.vhieh  h up, ] i-ml'i -.; hi" aj-.j'cal.  &5i  AN-.  UAL BALL  .no o**c *umeaM.-T: vt������. wmKB  ._ iT ,-...,..���������- ������������������ v AJi-iif^^ft -;  together ;Avvitlrpnt;:"p^  ���������'ItAi^spuiewiiat'^arryjinyhe^  , ,   ocraiicxlayj id'asserts  -:.. - -. "- ,7,- *.-���������." ''���������-.      ''���������      '**. *'���������.'     ���������!' "   ���������'-    '  '  ' .   .   -j P   ..-���������"- -.-T"       .-: --��������� '���������;. * *. ,* ���������'���������; ��������� ��������� ��������� y'fr :',' : r   .-.'-'*���������'-.. .-.* -V  caiv6iJA\vilT;trat'fepii'e*to:vbreajy;tb!e:i:  ..I-..'*      >���������'.**   ;-;   :���������-.    v    ;���������      *: ,���������;���������.'���������*���������    '.'     ��������� '��������� ,.'* . l--:-.-g-.: -*  *V;  cordiab-jirelatitnis Ai now.j-^'xirjti-n'g-'jj  ���������''      * '-,"0  -"- -'      '���������'      "��������� " ' ** * ���������'��������� '' '.-'" '*'��������� '*������������������'" A.. - .'"���������    t..  between'Athe ProsidentyiyCndj^biyli  Secretary ofyStatV;i;bivt ;irj;iArighU  :OQC.iir*\tp''.'t3i^sc'Ayil.liiig' ".-;'(i-uc*Jer*3 -jJoif -1'*.  trptibjei tliat perliaps;bdtH,,geiftj!*l  men iii questioir-hav^   iii'*"  THY -RfL RD.  in the NEWS  !Y'u!,-c, "v'.-sui EXPENSES Light  l.J..lf.--i Vour DISCUITS Light  '���������!.-��������� !*.ii.i V ..-ur* CAKES Lig-hl  *������?e  r.-sJ-^ "iVucEUKS Lifjhi  MiU-.eVourLADORLifj'nt  /  OLD NlilWSPAPERS'FOH  SALE   AT TI1J3 OFFICE  -otA.ilio���������  If  \/Um������erian siourtena}  Automobile AssocSatfon j -    1 (M'a",'*^*Vtwt*7  .w*. r������-v iti.r 1 I   -N,   '���������-'���������'������������������.I'"' **��������� 'X** Wi*  A (-JItA.Nl)  JLM.L   to   cii---\m  Wff^  ^-.yi   fcinld liy un u.iifii.i.-...,   vf       twuiwid  on  roucf-pt o������ pi-tco,  >i,     rnio piunphlot. j\.iilror������-?: YhiI  r^^i^ ||pi| ;o^������������.^eo:roK^  (/omi'W^iJ'iV.t-V-w!  lii'itio t'lio formation of Uu- G.C. \.  A. will be   ifivi.-.ii   un   thr  Hi dny  W.uh  I  of'Jiilv,   '"A*.* 1\',- J.'il1.*S.''ar 'F<M:h--i^  ������������������'...������   .'   .,,       ,...-_. ;,),   . .. ,    ......     .....     j-. (J.J*.  nur'H  Hall-. Coiii'b'iiav,'    lAn-.m'siVriSi  ���������'.-���������* .*        * .���������'���������**������������������ 1 m  dres-i by. rcotifi.-i,    Only* 100 liek- j M  otf; will 1)0 itiiiii'il ' '"-  iJiMB   US   VOL vt   HE&T  ''Ayy^f',7 ��������� *&*&*"  ' .,Y<cKets$7.00  A-:'- ii n-t'tiviiiinati ami huly,  Ira !.i-!y i;li.0u.   Tho tit-hot  les ti".  Holder   to   pu.-tuk...   t.i   th.i^  e\.-"lle'il ?it|)pi-i-witliijat '-'.'idi'i  nl i'-liai'-*."!".     Ai'miigijint'iil-i  h",ve  Ii<".'!i  ��������� .f."-" to have ti*'1 "i  I e(Mi' i-y'tl b)   atiti/nobilf,  i.*/-:i-i  ������������������ ami fn/'-. the hall,     Automo-  ���������''.'��������� '���������'���������;��������� i'L-ivvo from t.''u.T.bi.*ii:u!'i!  .A'-'-'l.    Tliose  living "in  Cun������ox  ^���������'&m^ wr^v  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.  'VICTORIA, B. C  UlHIIII!illllll!!l!!:!l!l!illllllllilll!|lil||||Jl  [l!!ll������iliJllH!llii!l[Jllillltll!ll!l!IIHl!:i!lillllli!iilliliii  ^,UI'dllUll!i!lll!ltlllll!llii!i;illl!J!lllUllliii!!|llll!]|||||U^^  lii!lili!!~ llilllllliiiliii! ���������B--J  ������  Capital Paid tJp $"x 1.560,000..        ," ",      Reserve $13,000,000  |   The Royal Bank- of Canada.  I DUAFTn-  I^UEl)   IN' ANY    CiJiU'tKNCV,   PAYABLE   ALL  1 OV10L1   TIIK    WOULD.    '  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & iitu-rt^t  | al higheet Cnrreiit Iluiot* aliowtd oii iJijioi-iis uf $1 and upwards.  H COMBBRLANP, B, C.,. Bniuch, Open Daily  1 UNION WHARF, B, C,   Sub-Brach���������Opon TluirBilnyo  I ;D. M. MORRISON,_Mnnnger. ,  | COU11TENAY,   B.C,    Branch, ������������������ Opon Daily.  J R. H. HARDVVICKB, Mnnager.  %l!illllilillllM  P."Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ~*xy*mr.ant**iK*mii*iw*iMjt***m*  hi !������������������������ i������ inrj*m-*ii***n ���������w������i'i������f<Jt������..',w**r^?wj>wwtt'Mi^**^ [J  WtaTWlHriTir H'TM'WHIf 1*iffl -^"���������"^-'���������������������������"���������������������������'������������������'���������'   ���������   ifi.iii'.tt������iiii������i'w������iiiMM������������w*u.������.LlMiilwii^<.^m.ji������i^,iM������t^Y-r' .i.t.-^l   iirifit --  =V. BOfiOPtfl  i*^������*<������*n(JiainJ*iilf*HA*������ i������w.d  Maaufaoturer of MINERAL WATER !,'  ! rHON^o1.82 CUMBERLAND  <i-������h������*l������ff-W ���������C^aHAMlMM.'*  ������W-WR������l*������.������������ttUMlli������4IM'lVfM-JiMkr������*A4. ftMrw^Wtttf't |  The ^EOJS  I ton  Tlu: iiiuii nr   wiiiiiiw   wlm   n- i,  joiwt- at   ruii't it.'-' troii'ili',    Iind ���������,  OflllT    in Villi*.-,      U.-im iii'nl     li.iLi  . hh j'H-rtlCilliir1' n.l to  fvuo  'IC-  't) hili-}  'r.'.lHf.nrMUo!'  tu   ilie-  i  it is a   louu  ill"    Ihll-'    llilli    i"i  turns,"und Uiat tiutfu who lunj;  loilay uilty wn')) tomorrow.  Hcutio.'. i'or tickot-i...iv.i'.y tj<*'  to tlwv iolK������win^" iiu-uibtini  '-���������. i  Y  I tin  -���������.���������������  }YYr<  Y). ii. l-Vi-hnu,  FOR   SALIC   ihivWmn   !'.������  Ajipl)';������ IJob'jj t I'oll.ui, !I  J'.sl;������wd, H, C  ur  i'iIIU  U  ��������� \i  ii.'ior  ui',)   h-c.  ���������'.      'i>,(;   .'JJOV-'    MJu.i'lljcr-?  Violin -Strii'-gsi T.ilkinj; n-  #liineutfr'l!<sand N"it-.cjr Urfui  J^>r sal* ut 'lm Nvw** o'li<.i.*.  ' *iir*  .civtiof. n':;-ivo. il*c   rii'ii  b  ���������.''IMnMRSALKXao.  ' '.777." .���������'K.vI'*!'J!iM >���������;!! ^c to  .-iv;..'   hy   iho    Minit'ti't"    uf  Lfttult'   luit   laW-r  limn   no.in on  thr. ."501)1 dny of .Inly, J'.M^, fur lho  {iiirchit-.'t' of Liconcu i\'o. X������0, lm-  '.*.' .*j'J0   fiwt nl  tim I nir (������iii  SUMMER MAIL  SKRVICK  Tlm rollowiii'f is   tiiu   cliaii"i'  i "i r-'  lin the* Mini! s^rvico Klnrlinn- fl, ������������������  wct'l;:  Siuiunur's uirivii] at Union  Hny  Tuesday evening 6.30  ���������rim  -Jay cveini  tfatiucluy cvciiin  o  1 ��������� ��������� ��������� \* * 1  .0.30  .6,30  .'���������������������������.IT1  ;ur  lMilH'ltiofi  liiiui ly.'n^ north of I/it lO-'i nntl  T. I. 'lY,������yi, O.-lciKhi.lloiv Chan-  ii'.-i, Vi'Kt.'t*- I 'l-iiicl.  Tivo yi'iirn uill In- allowiul for  tin.! ri'iooi'iil of the liiolii r  P.-fticnl-'inJ of H. It. Mi-f-Millnr.  Trains \cavo tin* station for Un  ion IJny nn follows:  Tuesday uvcniujr.... ,5 o'clock  Wt-'dnes-liiy niorni  inorni  Tlinrsd  K7  7  Friday  Saturday c-voninn,, 5 only  ���������.(.ticst--;. I-, ���������������������������i- j.ov.ii, r      j,���������!,),.( K-..'-tJti������r, Ykv.oriu, li, Y  1-Oi-iSAldv-A Cyphevn In-  ���������iiilinloi', capauity li*ll) c^v,  Ao{ily ihi-? oilitio,  tiiMtu>HRaijKauaeio������ri^.MiMinnaurarjin^^  ir:(C������.rifiL>W9!iW OU*UIIU3%B!U CKW  IP YOU GET IT AT PLIMLEY'S IT'S ALL RIGHT |  HAVE YOU   SEEN PLIMLEY'S  CYCLE OFFER ?     If the  mail    has ������  not bi ought you Plimley's special cycle offer  itndtlio intorosting jin'zo puzzlo oyinpnliiioii, Band 11  post t'liril   "  and mii'ivo yonr oojiy,  >rao vatrs &TRrzKT  VIOTor-^A, B. c.  ijAr*TO.wym.ttaj**w^

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