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The Cumberland News Jul 23, 1913

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 v\  Ij;'  li  r//c~J :���������>: -yy-V-^* - yxy-hyy-.  ���������. **������*���������  .',;-.o������ -i  /  rt-1***;. - *������������������. '.'"���������fi** ���������*, ���������  ��������� -*.".>       .'." .  ���������*'���������  ,A Journal Devoted Especially., to the interests of Comox District*.  I' I JJH.I I  -I','.  11 ' ..I'll' 111  ��������� iMmjwMwBCTfwya  TlIK -N^EWS,.TWKN.TIBTH  YEAR  CUMBERLAND, B. CM WtSDNESDAY,.JULY 23, 1913  v * ��������� SUBSCRiRTIQKj^I.OO.-A^KA'R--  111    1   1������������������hi ma 1 >aim*m*mftm*'m  a****-**---  -^SP--*-  '  ^fiat^y^^, ^gMgU ���������������������������^���������Wf^^^f-'^^  Local Items      *  Mr. and Mr?. Bert Stephenson,  arrived 'home on Monday fiom  Nanainio.  General Manager Coulson. of  tho Canadian Collieries, and Mis,  Con's .m arrived in town., on ������"���������$���������?  unlay. _ &y  Mr, ,0. li. Mill?, ofythe Jiig  Store staff,* arrived home from  Toronto on Saturday evoni.ig,    " "���������  --������-  MEETING OF COUNCIL  Mr. Cooke, < representing t(lit)  Campbell River Power Co , paid  Courteiiay a visit last week, ai d  informed a number of the people  that the company intended iur-  nishiug ekctric power through  out the valley for all those who  needed it. ��������� The necessary pow-.  er will be furnished in about'  eighteen month?, whicli .will be  supplied at a very ���������lo\v rate'."  The company will instal a plant  of 300,000 horse power,** with  sub stations.  ....������j-c.- -.0*~������ ,**  The' management of the Court' -  en ay Presbyterian church, held,-  a meeting on "Wednesday eve.ii-  ing last, and decided to commence operations for the build-  in" of a' new church -at tliat  place, under the management of  Mr.   Ledj.e woody  Tha    struc  The City Council met in  remi  Inr session on   Monday   evening,  thoro being present Aid.   Mi lior,  Hovoridgo, Aspesi nnd tho mayor.  The minutes of previous meet-  nig wero read and adopted,  A" bill'-was' pre; on toil by t.he  Attorney General's Department  ol: $o(!i).50 for linos nnd penalties  10I  eted   in   the  period   durinjj  / r*  which Iho. innuicipdity   had   no  police magistrate, and   $-17.50"fOr  maintenance   of   prisonous.' ^Received and iiled      ', . ,'A ���������  Communication   was . received  from 'Mont real requesting   a   donation toward the Carlier Centenary Fund.   Laid over until   next  meeting.   '  "-The half-yearly''financial re*  port up to June 30th, was prer  sented,"and,is us follows:   ,  ' "'Receipts.*.   ������6.441.81  ' Expenditure:.'. $3,750.88  -   -   Balance.. ;���������.'.... ������2,074.03  Cost of Schools to City.,$l,507,99  ure w  ,*���������������.  ' j>OyOOO:OOr  ' -.- ���������   s   K ett Balance"..., ������1,100.94  Accounts; '-,  2 -.  ,  E. Grant" &Co ..$17.99  "A McKinnon  ��������� 3.00  A; H. Toaeey. '..    G.80  Aid, Miller drew  attention!, to-the  tiistle iiuisam'e "within   the   city  ill bo'erected at a cost 'if, h n.ite,*atid suggested that they be  imm_edia_'elv^y;destjjo.",'od._     The.  MacFARLANB:B.R0S,:  .���������'���������''SPACER.  WATCH it when their big ad  comes out, which is on page 4.  THE CORNER STORE  t*������&^-J^tytiSfy*v?&* v^^tmaiafl^t&i/tyw&to-J^ftaitotS |g/J^  -   We,were verymifh impressed  with the improvements at Court  eii'av when we visited -it   a .few       ���������,, .  ���������w   ,    ' ,    L,    r   .   .     *  *      .    ,-.lneoiitHi|e-upaper8 are., taking*  Af-;d iy,s-ago for the first i.une   inn-#-.,;��������� ;?���������**.*'.'--.;-",-.'���������*���������' v-**-. ��������� y - ".*-',������������������.   ',.  11 is certainly going ahead,  matter was referred to   the Board  of. Works. ,       -,  Council adjourned.  'A '     MINE 8,  Ramsay   & , BrodipJ the   New;  Westminster linn wliieh lias , tho  contract of building 25 new hi u  ses  at  this, place,,,nro   making  satisfactory progress,. Wh.cn Uie  Tie isurer's Report  24th May Sports  -The   following    a'o   the   ve-'  .ceipts and expenditures  of' May  ���������24!h celebration as handed in by  ���������Treasurer Wil had   for   publication:     , ���������'     ���������  Ueceij ts  riov. Po'ice $26.00  K. (���������}. Piior St Co  20.00  J  N. Mcl.eod ....   15.00  J'ilceiK r Brewery Co  25 00  .Canadian Explosives Co... 25.00  Jinnies' Cheque -25.1-0  1-A R Su wart    10.00  1*1 oval Hank   lo.oo  ;Bault of Commerce  10.00  Dr. MneNntightou   10 00  K, C. Hmdo     5.00  Rout nf JIall   15.00  Islaudi'i' Donation  'J0.00  (r. W   Clinton..   10.00  l*ii;:t'.s by" Motvhnnls  89,00  Collections by K. Uicklc.. 63.00  .Collections iu and around  Alines 994.00  .������1362 00  -Cup by T. D, Mcl>au,.    <|o 00  Twial.,,.,, 31.103.00  Kxpfiiditure  {Paid out in I'nV.i's .*?f>o/j.3o  ,, lo Hand '|,59'������o,  11^, for Printiii}*; ;   4^.50  ��������� (iround.s Comin iI tec,   52.75  ,, At.to Uire     10,00  ��������� for Hire Worl-s    70.00  ,, to \.'-, h. 'liiroeiJ....   2050  v Kciil of Hall    15.00  ��������� Ak'X McKinnon     8 00  $500. Reward.   58-  * The-aljove reward will be paid  for. iu forma lion leading to the  arrest and conviction of the Iwo  bandits who held up and lobbed  the two clerks of the Royal Bank  while returning from Union [lay  on the afternoon of Friday, July  4th. These men wue dark  clothes and dark slouch hats,  Hoth spoke with a foreign accent, were about thirty-live \cus  of age, one had a limp, and both  were about 5 feet 9 inches in  height. Communicate at once  with any of the branches of the  R0y.1l Hank, or Provincial Police. Tin1 men are supposed to  be travelling south.  Just received���������A consignment  i.f steel ami lubber tired bug(.>n'.*>  democrats, waggons, etc. Kxtra  shafts, wheels nnd polls kept'in  slock and made by the celebrated  *'  manufacturers, Ilcuey & Company, Montreal. Come aud ins-  pert these before going else-  whei'i*.���������-Gcuigi* 11. heighten,  Courtcuay,   II. ('.  veiir.  and will soon be half the size of  (Au'iiberland, if Cumborland  doesen't get a move on Now  you Courtenay folks, don't get  indignant, aud protest . that  Courtenay is as large as our  CITY.  It is stated that 80,000 trai-  uten tin eaten to come out'en  s'.riko iu the United vStnles, It  Jooks as if there is a f pit it of  unrest among most of the* wage-  earners of the world. The labor  problem seems lo bc a dillicult  one to colve,  ' Grand opening of the .Uiver-  side Hotel, Courtenay, on Wednesday. July 23rd, A band from  Niinniino will be in attendance.  '1 his promises to eclipse by far  any previous opening of the  lliveisidu Hotel.  --o-  An attempt was made at abctit  2 o'clock on Wednesday morning to blow up the Trent Uiver  railway bridge, No great damage was doii'', This fori of thing  id lo be deplored. The report  of lhe di'ch'irgc wns heard in  'own.  WAi\'TKl).-A|i������!i������lh   for   rin-1  ('lilt's lire   eunipauy in lhe Couiun,  V <-*-*<���������-*>  -WW*"-*!  ���������J  1    / V  ��������� *i������.*        tk , in  ������ 1 '..  ui-  if *tal re-rpipts..  KNpqnsi-s......  -���������$1283-05  .3  $1^)2 OO  ilie,in    i'tpp!)    J'o-i'   O/lue    l>o\  lilll, Victoria,     C  The Allan Draumtii* Sti-ck Cnin-  pnny wul ���������in-rny "j.-cii Uio tonstni  at tin* Crown Tlu'iitre.  Kan-'iiiiio lia>. hml anotbci  powder niaga/.iue explosion re-  cctit'y, i-ome six tons ol' jiowdcr  There  was  v< ry  tYi   \l\iy     r\'\'  up.  I"' ��������� 11 r   rl -1 nt ������* ivn   rV\n t ���������  he'lionm'" away from.' 'Cumber  land in connection with' the re-  e-ent highway rubbery near here,  and are giving 'it to Nanaimo.  VVo-cannot stand such a loss -of  fa mo.  Who is to blame for  what very nearly became a riot on  Saturday night ? It only needed  a little more, fuel added to the  llaine, to cause a conflagration.  Happily this was averted.  causing  , Mr. and Mrs. John Thomson  arrived home on Thursday even-  i'rom attending the funeral ol  their nephew, Mr. , llobert l\*t-  ti^rew, of Roslyn. Wash.  Tho Cascade Minor, has the following losay in part of* the deceased :  "Robert Poliigrcw, ono of lho  hostknown milling exjicrls of the  Morthw-'*-!, iuul fur twenty live  )ears one cf Knslyn's fureuiopr  mining men, diod somolmo between Mundiiy-.voning nud Tuesday morning If in body wan  found Tuesday morning in iho  giirdoii bud' of iho Jiailto lesi  'luiiee, on I'eimsylvaiiia uvi'ime  where ho lived with lehilivof.,*'  An anfopsy wan held mid tlm  death was attributed   to   natural  ..'IlllM't',  mine is ready to. cojiimence ope-  ratirns there will- bo many .more  requirotl.' No.- 8-is expected .to  be the lamest mi no in IJritisli  Columbia.  1 A t the town of 'Jlovan (No,, 7  mine) there '1110 now 250 men  employed,, The town, is gel'tb g  quite a prospcioil's look. Tho  provincial, govern fn onl has completed a nice now pcliool; streets  are being graded nnd electric  light int?talled. The waterworks  are extending their system and  carry ing the water int.) the dwelling-?. A new sloi'o costing  310,000 has been opened, this  making four .stores in going or-  der, and the I>eviin Hotel i's being enlarged and imprcved. A  recreation park is projected, a  church is to be estalillslioil in the  near future, a post ollico is de-  minded by lho iiilmhitniits, and  th iv: is even talk of ft brass band.  ,H 'van is aboi t four miles from  C nirloniiy,���������The lloview,  INMEMORIAM   *_,  In'loving memory of  Mis. Al. ,  Pacmoro win, doparted this.life ou--  July 23rd, 1912. ' ���������:   -���������''  Oft we.Ahink of you dear mother,   Aa.d^oAirJ)earJjiMe_frRU}':h.t_j\iJ?yA  Mr, Thos. Iliekle Iind one of  his legs injured on fiumlaj, niv-  injr 10 the Imd condiliou of one of  our i-iilewnll-,.-. The city will be  up again-*t a suit fur diimnges one  of these days,  The bench eatiipoi'i' have one on  iii* Htay-at-home'i' I his warm  weal her,  ,p������in;    , , ������������������  Ah ! this earth'would be a heiven..  Could we hut hear your voice  -j .     .      .    -      -     .* *-  again.  Jusi a year ago you left ue.  How we rhiss your lovin. f.v e>.  But youleit us, to- remenile;'  None on earth can  inks vour  place.  (Ineeried hy Mr. and Mrr.'  Hemy  Richards)  Mr.' W. U. Thetil, of the   firm  oMtockwell,' Theal  &   Divsw, .  Chilliwack.   son in-law   of   Mr.  and Mrs. J. J.  Wier,  arrived   i 1  town on .Sunday.  Mr, Martin Brown, of the Vv>y.'  al Hank, Ahboitsford,  nriivtd h  town on Sunday-.  The rain on Saturday, July 12,  put a damper on Iho Orange pie.  nic that was to ho hold at Mc  Culehon'fi Point, Couiov, Tlm  b.'othren had a good time anyway,  and paraded in the evening.  When tho Rivorsido Hotel ex-  tension and improvement*** an*  completed, it will bc a dandy.  Knterprii-ing ''Keck."  Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Whyle, of  Muiiiion. Alberta, arrived iu town  on Tuepday un-riiing, Mr,  Whvti- ia niiivm' of Muni'on, Wo  lire, pleased to see -'Tomm)-'  itinid.-it oldncoliert iiguin. He will  r.it 11 rn to his home iu about n  Week.  'WWB-^^  \ !."���������   ��������� ,,11  ,i w<y>t.*i...ti.'k".>>^  lilolli  dow glut's was broken.  ������������������ Helloes'' from  the  Piesbvle  I)utisiiinil-avenue presonted a  very lively nppi'iiranco on Sntitr-  ��������� lay tivoniioj, liundtvdt-i heif.it on  in    lhe   place-*   ol  j ini' si reel :iin  ���������A'.Sl,     .  i IlllMM'M*  lian Congrc.is held at Toioulo,  will be heard in the I'roMiyleii  au phuich on Sunday evening a������  7 o'clock. l\ R. Mills. b������y del-  egiite. ai.cl tlio paMor, fi'-v .ft"  I food, will spe.ik, AM au: \w\-  coni''.  r ... ..  ,\ .nn efNvrT������ nr. a TTt.ro  /NJTT>rr������ A TUT  TMnrrOT VT^TO  First Showing of Early Fall Goods.  /'  ���������i*i< V, . *>, 1  rt'  *,*, *.  raieje in  the newest (iei.igim from $l..o0 to *l.uO per pair.  Curlain Muslin,   plain   and  novelty  patterns in   Ait   Muslins,   Ktumiiie*-,   Seiiun*-,  Madra-3 mid Hai'iie***.**- Spot- f|()in l/ie, to -flue per yd  Ti|e.-try.   Vohiiir  and   Wrep I'liriiilnro  (Joveriues  Crttrn-  and   .\it  ^:;tee,'l.s  ,cJee  imr  I Jig  Curtain   and   (.'iirtnin .Muslin   Uirplay   this   week,  !  i  Jlul nice 011 hand       too*;!  ������  |     Note M-td'.ulauc   lif-s. .s-.;.i  [with some bi:!., jv: lo be p.iid.;    -N,;-:,,,<1 A!rj J- ^ - -^'"������������������" ,; '���������"*'!'.mwn*d e!i-.ir.r.i'.-' -'- *   -���������-' -���������*������������������ ������������������'-  Vv* J SI.I-.Y   \V)l i.AM>, I   |VV* [inu*'' l,t* T '���������-���������tt l- fl' ^ ''  Mi' \ UK'lit Oil O.'tx-i .1.      It  V"  j 'ivv'f li'ui'/' i.n V.'i.il ij tr nu .1 lr'-,' j uk-iA on j������.i^.: ,|.  \y) -he A������.i.|!,-..,������. -.������!���������. l\on      ������������������ tl>;;I,v,  v. i>i    !������������������.,..*..* 11  ?%  Dunsr^air Ave,  Cumbcrliind  CAMPBELLS Do  psmuip   Rvctnuz  Cumbcrlsncl  mf^-Jf *   r    *^*  B������������~.-:.r'������ TX\.yzNBx:jr.vxrf rj^^^^-^^^^&^^xii^^ il  THE NEWS. CUMEERLAND. B. a  f  AMENDS  ALL  ^  By E. R. Pimshon  Wflrd, Lock d Co., LlmlWd  U   London, Melbourno & Toronto. J  (CootmueCt)  I .-ii;) luif'a.poet, I am only an overy-  tlay, ordinary kind 0l'' norson, T korojd  ranirnciJ. !t r.ce.ns to mo a ]>]fiin  il'-uy in *-'**p these peoplo ilo not escape  liuii'.Pliiin in���������jiiid after i.lio attempted  omi-!,,v,i* on Miss l'loso last night, 1 ant  s'.Ul mnn* KtroiiBly convlnce-d of lt. Do  ynu ttippero It \v;is ;t inero coincl-  ilpni.'e .1 onn Durand was with Miss  Dora nt lin,* moaii.-ni, Moiiditv attacked  "ic:*?  Bu! Mini; nro you gulii**;. to do?  Muyinv :*..-!*..il uneasily,  Willi h ; v ilm pr-j-'inil., Thorold juik-  wi'icd. I ' i Lo know more, 1 wish  to Know,!,:i ro���������for tlio present I shall  v.*-:i'.-..'i an.l wall, he cum-hided grimly,  'uni 1 am very certain that they shall  1 ay f������r K who robbed Frank of his  life.  , itoi-1-.r-d l-'iank of Jiis lifo? Mayno re-  Ii-rnted, sliaUirig his head. Ah, no, not  even Cr,] Almighty can destroy life  shier life is a manifestation, of Ilim-  ������������������.e'l'. T'ley changed Lhe current of  his* life, perhaps, inlo some other form  but ihey could not rob lilm of lt.  Then I'll ehang-p Ihu current of their  live*, into .some oilier form, retorted  '* Tiionihi ro.iglily, and fell * to pacing  -���������Tiiii-kly up and down (he room. Have  you any idea, he askod presently, how  this woii'ii!) came lo ho in .Miss Hose's  romraiiy? "  Why ihere's a slranso thing about  'bat, .������ai.*l  .Mayne. 1 if tins his hand to  ti-jc back of his head and looking puz-  -;:lcd,    .\iy head aches.    I wanted to  . lei] you about that, but ni    memory  Js" r.o liiui'���������ii feems to havo the most  extraordinary blanks in It sometimes.  1'r-yi Kive up writing poelry, suggest-  e.l Thorold.    lt is always after writ,-  ,11)**; one of your poems you get into  . - liis drfjidlul, muddled state;  It is ihe price I have to pay, re lu rued M.ivno, but 1 remember now Very  . r-]rarly, and lit went on to tell Thorold jibom*. lhe*' forged .letter Dora had  received asking her lo call upon Mrs.  j-.jhI Miss Durand*.  It. is tiie most pxlradrdinary thing  i ever heard of, Mayne said when he  had lini-skcd, and then on the top of  il iiiis attack upon poor Dora. Thorold, bo snid suddenly making for the  door, J iiiusl really go and hear how  ?0y dear ff-llow, said Thorold, check-  iiii; iiim again,, jou must wait a little  ��������� ���������you will only upset them going at  thU liour. and, I assure**Oyou she was  ni;f in i-hci lpsst hurl.  Oh. yutt can Le cool enough about  i!,-fcii'd Mayne indignantly, yot. as bo-  fore yielding lo the force of tho olh-  r*rV rpsi'liite will. Tf It was some  v.-oir.a'.', who yon loved had heen treated he---but it's easy enough to see you  jievrr loved.  Nevi-r, agreed Tl.orold, nnd before  his l'.vi'ii. ihcro passed a vision of a  l-aie .and lovely face wil.h deep eyes  IliK-l'.iug indignation at him. Ah,  win!, is love? lio said half uncons-  ciouiiiy.    "  Oh. ciieil Wilton .Mayne, lt Is to feel  ---���������io dri.ik.,'ii-���������lo long���������in have no other  ii'.ni in I'ii.'--no otlicr r.inught,--to lose  yoMVF'.-ll'--ii) lie Ioa(- -lo long���������lo fam-  i'.'.i--:;) ih<n-l---to think of nothing���������-  l*o Ik- all lost, and drowned In .one  ���������.���������ei-.i rt-n of (lei-irc for Uio moment,  'lieu nil jiiiollifii-'s life shall bo your  v,".'i---;-iiur own,  Ah. no, fjiM Tlim-old. nnd he turned  i/.iitDi.!', wlille face lo the poet. Oil,  fi. *.:ril Y'Hinrtt bo to low, fcr it Is  kf- ili'.i'  io lr.itn,  PIIAPTKU XI  The Cardboard Dox  Th'-n* wns ?uiiu*i,1iIiir In Thorold's  miiiiiK '���������' ���������''*'' be ua'il Hi!**, that touchf-d  llu.' M'-iMilvp. mind -f the poet, and ho  fo,"g;j;   f'Ji- tlio ii:onienl his own ;\;i;b  HI OM  Very Bad Case Littlo Blisters  Broke and Formed Scabs. Thought  Would Bo Disfigured for Lifo,  Used Cuticura Soap and Oint���������  rv.ent a Month, Completely Cured,  r-.,id 1-iMoi. r-:i, .iijiin, .vr, ii,-~"f:iiticnp.i  f'ciiji i.-iil niiiimfiit I'ci'liiliil.v curod my lllllii  t'lrl df u very bad i:;i.v.������ of (iczmna,   Klin Imd  ���������. ..-*��������� .     ei^imiii on Imr fftcu for ul-  ��������� )i,\a"(inokt two year*. Flrit littlo  . v ���������^���������y'wliKo lillKlor.i coviirod lior  *-���������**?*���������: r  tM,ii, Uieu lliosn would l>rcalc  tt:  i ,-,*���������-: *  (���������*(-"���������  'A  m  A-.  )7\  ,*..  and form Kcibn, and thoy  wero very Hcliy nnd burn-  Ing, 1 iimiiI lo liftvo ureal-  ti'oiililn In Rottlnn hoi' to  Mr-cj) nt iiixlil. Hln Kcraliiheil  fn 1 l.-i-l tn r\,-i (ill T (.ni-l-l In  VfM'nl lift', f(*r**i)iin)ilmt"*������lio would ncralch  llie. Kill*-, nit and ilien it N.uiild bo \ury u.iro  find iiiii-iiliiK. Hli(]M;is('(\'iiiliilyagicali'.'iii.',  1 trcr.i-.l Vet for n nriil nhn u-icd dltTermit  liim!'- iYblood liu'illrliii-*, ii'id nlnlmnn". but  ���������p,oi no cure,   1 tlioui*la nlio would bo (INIIk-  ������������������'i A. ti "Yifit  "Jt Iuul ItiMnI iiliniit l������o yoar.v ivJion onu  day I <*������������' an nilvi-rtlM'inoiit for Culieiirft  flonp and C'uHmira Ciinltutin** In Uio pfii������oi-  ������o (Iff Mi il (o -jlvo tliein a trial. I had not  used (hnii for iiioro thnn a month when ������li(i  vos -rwiniilt-'lf:!*/ rurod, T rnnnot pralmi  f'lKk.'iii'ft  f'o.ip  nnd   '"iiUt'iiM  Olntinoiit  fllO'll*!!.    '.)f i.'uil.*Hj I Cl.lliVi'.O lo uw Cutl-  eura Sonp rs I Hnd It Ibo hwt neap on tlio  iiuikcl f.'i* children." f*'*!*'i-"'!) Mrn. John  Js't'MH-l.J. PC*'. W, 1031,     ���������  Cuil.'.-.ra Soap nml Cuilcura Olnlrafnt nr������  tchl liy diugdluli and dralerj (iviTywhcro.  J or a lnicral ln*n MiiTipli) of filch, tvlth 3!!"ii.  hook. ������fi)d poklninl in I'oilpr Drur ���������! Cliem.  Corp., Vtvt. MU, JJwton, U. S. A.  Outing Shoes  For  Everybody  THE PERFECT SHOE  FOR SUMMER SPORTS  ASK VOUR DEALHt.  W. N. U. 951  tatloa and distress over tho attack on  Dora. Ho looked at Thorold very  thoughtfully.  Perhaps tho.-o Is not much difference, hu mused; who knows? AY ell,  about this forged letter. Ilo wont to  his safe and, opening lt, folt on the  Hliolf vlthlu where he had placed Uio  letter. A moment later, Cio turned  round, his face* very pale. It Is not  there���������it Is gone, ho snid.  Um where did yon put lt? Thorold  asked, ���������   '  Here, Mayi.e returned, I put It  here with every caro and precaution  imaginable. I changed the combination, and tho safe has not heen opened since, lt Is not possible that lt  should not be here.  In lbnl case, said ThoroJd Impatiently, it must be there.   Look again.  With feverish* haste, Mayne tumbled out the contents of the safe, looking at every article separately.  It Is gone, ho said when ho had finished; gone' from a locked safe that  has not been opened since it was put  In it.  Thorold only looked rather Impatient. . Ignorant of the extreme precautions which Mayne had adopted* tn  putting the forged letter away, and  not by any means sharing his,certificate that tho safe had never' been  opened since, he had not much sympathy with tho sort of amazement and  blank incredulity tho other showed.  Where else could you have put it?  he asked.  ���������  Nowhere, Mayne answered^ it has  gone from a locked -safe that has never beeh'open, and where no one knew  it v/as except Dora and Miss Rose and  i.-"self���������fhe thing Is a blank impoml'  bllity, Thorold.  Blank impossibilities do not happen,  retorted Thorold, and he cross-questioned Mayne closely, with the only  result of making the disappearance of  the letter more Inexplicable than ever.  Well, he said finally, I expect then that  after all it must be somewhere among  .those,things. -  One by one Mayne took them up and  together they examined each of them,  .inakiug_themsely.es_o.uit6_certalnJ.hat,  the missing letter was not there. Then'  Thorold, leaning forward and looking  into the safe saw that there still remained In it a cardboard box tied up  with string.  What is this, Mayne? he asked; it  is the only thing you have not opened.  Mnyne looked at it uncomfortably,  and his hand went to the back of his  head with the gesture he sometimes  adopted when puzzled.  Why, I don't know, he muttered, I  don't know.  Then hnd wo not better look? said  Thorold, and was about, to untie the  string when Mayne caught him by the  arm with a curiously hurried and agl  taled gesture.  No, no, he*exclaimed hurriedly.  Why, what's up? asked Thorold.  Mayne looked round hesitatingly.  His hand was still held to the back  of his head, and he seemed laboring  undor a curious agitation,  1 do not know, ho Btaminered, hut  It secnin to mo that, if you open that,  something drondful will happen.  My dear Mayne, cried Thorold, what  do you mean?'  Put It away, put lt lawny, said Mayno  and his eyes woro furllvo and lils  chooks woro palo and a persplrnlion  stood out upon Ills forehead. Or  lioznething dreadful��������� ho whispered.  Tull yourself together, said Thorold  sharply. Ho noticed how "Wayne's**  eyes were looking every whoro but at  hlni, nnd on a sudden 'Impulse ho  caiiglit.holcl of his eliouldcv and twisted him. round eo as to force hlni to  look' nt hlni. Wknt do you mean,  Mnyne --.Mnyno���������do you hear mo? lie  called loudly, aware ot a singular Impression ihat though ho spoko, Mnyne  could not hem'.  Yes, yi/8, Mayno uiiKwercil noflly,  yes, 1 lienr.  Thorold did not hpenk, but lio eon-  tinned looking Into Mnyne's eyes with  all tlio forco and omiri-y ot Hia soul  burning In hln Intent gaze. Mayno  trembled violently, and lio moved hln  hand from tlie back of lils head (o  his forehead. Ilo nhlvcred Hllghtly  and snid, iih If ho wero jiifit wnlcfinlug  from a (loop (-.lumber: Why, Is It you,  Thorold?     What In il?  Yon, Hiild Thorold,'nnd still kept his  gaze lived full upon liliii. Now, loll  mc, do yon not want me lo open this  bos?  Mnyno looked htill very troubled  iinil iinoiiH*.',  It Riiciim lo me, ho nail), nlowly, thai  wo Hud better not,  Why not? Thorold asked,  Ah, thai 1 do not know, nald Mnyno.  I do not understand, snid Tliorold,  groat ly puz/.led, hut tell mc, nro you  I'lvtllv finxlons it Bhould not Ho opened?  Ma) iiu ui ii.' .Hid i.'il do" ������ iii a 111 tic  til ut mice,  Woll, wliy .-ot? Ho muttered, only  It finoniH to nio lt would be a niliifor-  tuno to open It.  Have vou had It Ion*;? Thorold a������lc-  Upi'in my word, Mnyne nnsworod, I  do not know,  I liollf'Ve you nro dmu off ���������y?"!-  lioad, or pIho you nro trying to make  ti fool of mo, exclaimed Tliorold with  ftiiRi'y Impatience, nud He flung tlio box  on lhe Hour.  No, open if, High-fill Mnyin*; open It,  lt lm lii*i.*n tliero a long time, nnd  wlioiuivrr I liftvc tiJod to opon it, I  have nlw'iyn to.lt I must not. Mut  opon It. now, Tliorold, find Itt u������ ece  wH.it la In lr.  ThoroliT lotditn] nt lilm; And scrlnff  Ho meant what ho snid. d-rtlticraU'ly  rut tW-i hHii'K that lied It. Hi" Mr  Uirre wns name, myj-tpry h������r. U miulit  be Important to unravel, and when he  had lifted the lid he saw that the box  contained a Mauser repeating pistol,  from which one ehot had, apparently  been flred not long before,  Good gracious, cried Mayno staring  and now speaking lu Quite n natural  voice, what on earth la that?  I nhould think you ought to know?  returned'Tliorold, looking at him oddly.'  It Ib a pistol, said Mayne, stooping  and .picking it: up, I never saw ono  of that shape before though���������lt is not  a revolvor. Is lt?  Don't you know? asked Thorold  again.  No, whiit do I know of pistols? returned Mayno with a laugh, and picking lt up ho proceeded ln his way of  Handling It to give such proof of en-  tiro lack of familiarity with any such  weapon that. Thorold.in some alarm  requested hlni to put'it down,-.  (To be Continued)  C.P.R.   TELEPHONE  SERVICE  Largsat. Commercial Switchboard In  Canada Installed at Montreal*  Tho Bell Telophone Company has  just completed the installation of a  new switchboard at the C.P.R. Windsor Btreet station, at Montreal, which  Ib tho largest commercial switchboard  ln Canada with a capacity",bf twelve  hundred linos._ The telephone room  Is situated in "the old tower and Is  well lighted and ventilated, aud of  such a size that It It Is necessary at  any future time, to extend the swltch-  bbard, ample robin for such' ostonslon  is provided. In arranging this important department tho company has  had tho comfort of tho operators in  mind and a special rest room has been  prepared Immediately above tho operating room. This is furnished with  easy chairs, sofas aud reading and  writing materials and everything lias  beon done to make their quarters comfortable and homo like. The new  switchboard is what is known as the  No. 4 Lamp Signal Multiple board, and  has a great many improvements which  wero lacking In the old one, such as  lamp signals, "audible busy tests ai.J  lamp disconnect signals. At the present time It takes eight operators to  handlo the. business and lias an ultimate capacity for ten positions. The  board has been divided into two sections the first four handling tho originating business and the other four  the Incoming business. Each position consists of two panels making  sixteen for the whole board. At the  moment the board is wired for five  hundred local lines and one hundred  trunk lines, the limit capacity as stated being twelve hundred lines and one  hundred and sixty trunk lines. There  are two hundred and tweutylocaljllnes  in use and fifty trunk lines which will  shortly be Increased by���������fifty and forty  respectively. During one day a* to-  ���������tai-of-77l80-call3-were-handled,-aiuayi  erage of-" 900 calls per-"operator per  day. The other day a single hour record of calls showed the handling of  1,028. This tremendous number of  calls necessitates an exceedingly fine  class of operators, and those, at the  C.P.R. under the jurisdiction of the  Telephone Company havo been* specially and thoroughly trained In every  phase of the business. The majority  havo had years of experience with the  C.P.R. and Its officials and employes.  In order to properly maintain the  working hours of the week a staff of  twelve operators and ono supervisor  nro needed all the time.  The Woman's Pledge  I will not .'sew a'bird upon my hat;  Around my neck 1 will not wind n  cat;  Upon my back no pony, coon or bear,  No fox nor beaver will 1 wear!  I will not kill tiio pig within the pen  To mako my food, nor wlll I eat a hen,  I'll rob no snake nor lizard of Its Bkin  To mako a bag to keep my money in.  I'll  my  '.lily  live and let llvo all  days;  The bird and fowl shall go tholr peaceful  ways.  I'll fill my stomach    with    potatoes,  bread,  And wear-  head?  ���������What will I wear toon my  Minard's 1/lniment Co., Limited, ,\  Yarmouth, N.S'.  Gentlemen,���������In January last, Francis Leclare, one of the men employed  by me, working ln tho lumber woods,  had a tree Jail on him, crushing him  fearfully. He was, ������when found,  placed on a sled-audi taken, home,  where grave fears were entertained  for his recovery, his hips being badly  bruised and his body turned black  from his ribs to his feet. Wo used  MINARD'S LINIMENT on him freely  to deaden the pain and with the uso  of three bottles ho was completely  cured and able'to return to his work.  SAUVEUR DUVAL.  Elgin Road, L'Islet Co., Que.  Ella (spitefully)���������Their marriage  was nothing but a trade union.  Sophie���������A.trade union? '  Ella���������Yes; she traded her .-noney for  his title.  f  V  ..GcTst-*-What Is Simpson doing now?  p-Jsii^Qh, he's travelling with n mc-  nnger'le'.'" *''*'"'  Gorjsj;���������Pretty hard work, isn't lt?  Fish���������Hard work? No; he's no-  thlngJ to do except stick his head ii-.to  a llon^a mouth twico a day,  What hft*. becomo ot tho big man  who used to%at tho bnss drum? asked the prlvat'lybf tho drum-major.  Ho left us about threo months ago.  Was he any good?  Yos, vory good; hut'.*-*ho. got so fat,  that whon ho marohed he'-couldn't hit  the drum in lho middle.    "': '  Your friend will think it a shhmo  lt you mako a lot of money by following the advlco ho gave you, but which  He wasi afraid to follow hlmsolf,  HER "BEST FRIEND"  A Woman TIuib Speaks of Postum  We usually consldor our bosl friends  thoso who treat us best.  Somo pci'Hona think tea nnd coffeo  aro real friends, but watch them carefully awhllo and obsorvo that thoy  aro two ot lho meanest of all enemies  for thoy stnb ono whllo professing  friendship.  Ten, and coffoo contain a polfionoun  drug���������cnffoliic���������which injures tho del-  lento nervous nystom and frequently  Betn up dlfloimo lit ono or moro organs  of tho body, if Its use Is j-oi'HlHlod In.  "I Had Heart palpitation nnd nor-  vousnonB for fJiir yenrs and tlio doctor told nio tho trouble wau canned by  coffee. Ho advised mo to leave lt off,  but I tliouglit I could not," writ eg a  ���������Western Indy.  "On tho nilvlco of a frh.ul 1 tried  Postum nnd it no fcallsflcd mo I did  not caro for coffeo after a fow days  trial of Postum,  "As woolfH went by nnd I continued  lo uso Postum my weight Increased  from 93 to 118 pound*-., and llm heart  trouble loft mo. I hnvo used It a  year now nun am hIioiiujui" than I t*vu  n*.ia. 3 can hur*lle np r*t**h"*. -without  nny Heart palpitation, nnd I nm froo  from norvouancBB,  ".My cHlldi'oi*. are very fond of Postum and It (iBroof* with llioni. My  Hlstor liked it whon nlio drank It nt my  house; HOY* \7nv> Ium r-u.si.uiii n.t l;o:ui  and hnfl becomo Very fond of lt, You  may uno my nenio if you wish as I  Tint;not anli-iincA of ovalslng my best  frlon'd���������PoBtum." Namo given by  Caim-ifUm Postum Co., Windsor, Out.  POfittun now comos In now coiicou-  h'iited form called IiiRlnnt Poslnin. It  Ib roRtiiar Postum, bo processed nt tho  factory Ihnl only lhe soluble portions*  nro retain nl.  A Bpoonful of Infllnnt Postum with  hot water, and uugnr nnd crenm to  tnalp, produce lnnlantly a dellofoiio  ijovornge,  Writo for th* mil* Hook, "The Road  to WpIIvIIIo."  "Tlicr-fi'i ������ IlMBon" for Postum.  State of Ohio, City oi Toledo,  Lucas .County  Fi-nnk J. Uicney makes oath that ho la  ���������=enlor partner of the firm of F. ,T.  Cheney & Co., doing business ln the city  of. Toledo, County nnd State aforesaid,  mul thnt salcl firm will pay tho sum of  ONE HUNDRliin DOLLARS for each and  every case <5f_Cai'n"rrh���������that���������eannot���������bo*  cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  FRANK J.   CHTCNEY.  Sworn to before mo nnd subscribed ln  r.-.y presence, v..-s 6th day of December,  A;D. 1886.  'Seal.) A. W..GLT3ASON, '  Notary' Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,  and acts directly on the blood oiid  mucous surfaces of tho system. Send  for test: .onials free.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.  *��������� Sold by ell flrurjBlsta.  7Gc.  Tnlso Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Studying Eastern Slope Forests .-  Tlio Fore .try Branch of '.lhe Department of the Interior is, this summer,  continuing tlr study of the forest o'bn-  dltlons of tho eastern Elope of the  Itocky Mountains, which' was "begun  a couiilo of seasons ago by Mr. T. W.  Dwight, M.F.  Tho result of Mr. Dwight's Investigation lias lately been published In  pamphlet form by tho Branch as their  bulletin No. 20. entitled "Forest Conditions ln tho Rocky Mountains Forest 'Reserve."' The forost reserve  mentioned,At will bo remembered,  comprises tho entire eastern slope*of  the Rocky Mountains, from tho International bouninry to a point farther  north than the latitude of Kdmonton.  Tho study tulcas lu only tlio southern  part of tho reserve.  In tho bulletin referred to, Mr.  Dwight describes the trees ot tho.rog-  loa and dlscussei, tlio effect on thom  of altitude, aspect and oilier - conditions. Ilo also -.oen into the effect ot  fires, lumbering an.l other factors on  Lho forest nnd lis growth. Methods  of lumbering aro also discussed, with  lho Idea always In mind of renewing  tho/forest and getting ji second crop  of Umber. Methods followed on tho  United States 'National Forests' in  Montana aro described In this connection, and the bulletin concludes with a  number of tables of a technical n.i-  turo, showing, among other details,  tho yield to bo expected from forqpls  of.the various typos. A number of  half tone cuts are used lo Illustrate  tho bulletin.'  Copies may bo obtained gratis from  the Director of-Forestry, Ottawa.  I had to kill my dog this morning.  Was He,mad?    ���������  Well, he didn't seem any too well  ���������pleased. "  Coaling at Nagasaki*  Coaling at Nagasaki, Japan, is dono  entirely' by girls. Big coal barges'  bear down upon tho ship as lt approaches the shore, and as soon as lt  comes to anchor a rough ladder Is  placed between tho liner and the foremost barge.  On each rung of it a girl takes her  ���������place. Men In tho barge quickly  shovel tho coal Into shallow baskets  holding halt a bushel each, to the  sound of a monotonous clianf, and  thoso baskets then pass from hand  lo hand up tho living ladder wllh marvellous celorlfy. "  ' Each girl seines ono nnd swings.it.  straight up In front of her abovo her  hoiid, when it Js caught hy tho next  girl. Down ,a second ladder, likewise  packed with girls, the empty baskets  pays hi similar "manner back Into tho  bargo to bo refilled.  Bargo, after barge Is emptied ln this  way. 'The,,monotonous chanting never ceusos; '(.fib living elevator goes on  hour after Hour''with Its novor-ending  stream of baskets, until the last bunker Is full, when tho ladders disappear  as If Hy in a Rio and the ship Is ready  to proceed on Her voyage.  A Pacific mail steamer will Htinkor  2,!)00 tons of coal In six and a half  hour'", an averago of 363 tons por liour  or iionr Blx tons por ralnuto���������on almost lncrcdll'lo record,  A GOOD MEDICINE  FOR THE SPRING  Don't Use Harsh Purgatives���������A  Tonic is All You Need.  Not exactly sick���������but not feeling  Quite well. That-is the way most  people feel In the spring, llasily tired, appetite Ccklc, sometimes ��������� headaches, and a feeling of depression.  Pimples or eruptions ma;- appear on  the skin, or there may be twinges of  rheumatism of neuralgia. ; Any of  these.indicate ihat the blood is out of  order���������tbat tho Indoor life of winter  has left its mark upon you and may  easily develop riuto more serious  tioiible.   ".'*-.���������  Do not'dose yourself with purgatives, as so,-many people do, ln the  hope* that you can put your blood  right.* Purgatives gallop through  the system and weaken instead of giving Btrcngiif; Any^Joutor���������mil���������tell-  you this is'true. What yen need in  spring is a tonic that'* will make new  blood and'--build up the "nerves. Dr.  .Williams' $nk Pills is the only medicino that can do this speedily, safely and surely-} Every doso of this  medicine malcos new blood which  clears the skin, strengthens the appetite and makes tired, depressed men,  women and children bright, active and  strong. Mrs. Maudo Bagg, Lemborg,  Saslc, says: "I can unhesitatingly re-  commci.d ,Dr'. Williams* Pink Pills as  a blood builder and tonic. I was very'  much run down when I' begun using  tho Pills, nnd a few boxes fully restored my health."  Sold by all medicine dealers.or by  mall-at 50 cents a box or six. boxer,  for $2,150 from Tho Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Br^kvlllo, Oathy  Feeling Out Of  Sorts?  will set you right; Its Invigorating action on the llyer and  digestive organs will clear  your brain and give you a new  Interest In work or play.  Tako A Bottlo Home  To-day.  At all Eta^sts  nnnrnmnnimiir  Home-Grown Tablecloth ,  The Bishop of Richmond, England,  used lo tell this atory ahout his father:  lie was a farmer,' and a nice old  gentleman, too. One,year he took i'  Into his* head to grow flax, so lu sowed tho seed, nnd Having a good crop,  sent it away to be made into a tablecloth'. n     ,  Sometime later, when seated at dinner, He remarked to a lady noarhin.-.'  Do you know, 1 grew this tablecloth  myself. ,  Did you really? she answered, with  the'greatest surprise. How ever did  you manage lt?  Well,  most  mysteriously,  If'you'll.  proi-Jse not to  toll aiiyou",  I'll  tell  you.    I planted a napkin.  Sm'all but Potent.���������Parmelee's Yog- '  etable Pills are'small, but they are effective in action.    Their"fine qualities  as-a corrector of stomach troubles are  known to thousands and thoy are in--**  constant- demand everywhere by those  who know what a safe and simple re-  "iiiedy "tlfeyTirel     :They~need-no-in���������  troducllbn to,* those  acquainted with"  them, but to those who may not know  them they aro presented as the best  preparation on the market "for disorders of tho. ttomach.  Some littlo girls were boasting'- of  their respective families. They Had  passed from .clothes to personal appearance, and finally came to parental dignity. Tho minister's little girl  boasted:  Every packago that couios for my  papa is marked D.D.  .And every package that canicn for  my daddy Is marked M.D.," retorted  the daughter of tho physician.  Then followed a look ot contempt  from tho youngest of tho party, Iiiih!  sho exclaimed, that's nothing; every  package that, comes to our houso Has  throe letters on lt���������C.O.D,  A Powerful Shot.  An Irishman wlio wasn't much of  a hunter wont out to hunt ono day,  and tho first thing Ho bow to shoot at  was a bird ulttlng nauclly on Uio top  of a fence, He Hla/.od away and tlion  walked over to pick up tho victim,  What ho happened to llnd tlioro was  a dead frog, which ho raised carefully  ut arm's length, looking at lt with u  puzzled air.   Finally ho remarked:  Well, but yo waa n douce of a folno  lookltif? btird bofur Ol blew the filhers  oit o* yol  I havo biicH an Indulgent Husband,  fitild lllllt) Mrs. Doll.  Yoh, ho Gcorgo Buys, responded MrH.  Spiteful. SonictlmoB ho Indulge** In  a little too much, doesn't ho?  ricvenfle Jn Art  That, said 'lho futurist, pointing  proudly to thn canvaB with which ho  linn just flnlHliod, Ib my atlompt to  interpret lho infinite  Whnt did tho Infinite ever do to  you? aeked tho Innocent byBiiiiut'-r.  A Slice of HI Luck  Tho ration I���������'15ro, nui'BO.   I don't  llko my bread Huttcred on both nldcs.  The NurBO���������But It isn't buttorod on  Hoth bIiIcb. ,  Tho Patient���������Then which   bIiIg   Ib  buttered?  For years Mothor Graven' Worm I3x-  terminator Has ranked as thu most effective preparation manufactured, and  j.t always maintains'Its reputation.  Pn, was Job a doctor? Not Hint I  know of." Thou why do people hnve  bo much to miy about the patlbntfc  ot Job?  Small Kiln noticed that her molli-  cr's lianrln woro chapped, and exclaimed:  OH, mamma, jiiflt look! You aro  all wearing out!  Whon Professor HoHllaiiHkl, nf Vlon-  nn, wiih nBleed If ho Had an;*' sons, he  an:iworod:  Four.  And wha'. professions   Have   they  cllOBOll?  Two howl and two Html, was Uio laconic reply.  A couple of HIr BOiiB were public  Ringers and tho other two wero doctors.  A funny mistake occurred lately ln  printing labels for a meat-preserving  company. Tho printer had been. In  the habit of labelling tins of beef or  mutton as the,case might be, with the  words 'without bono' prominently displayed. The company - having  added kidney soup lo Its list, Ihe uov/  article wa:; iluly ticketed as 'Kidney  soup���������without bono.'  Clergyman (Indignantly)���������Vou say  you haven't anything to be thankful  for? Why, look at your neighbor  ITnyos; Ho has just lost his wife by  Influenza.  Burke-���������But that don't do mo any  good; 'I nlu'l; .'-layesi. ,  UPTON'S PURE FRUIT JAM -  Made from pure fruit and pure  apple, jelly is moat delicious  and economical.  Ask Your Grocer.  Was Urontl Enough  Why has your wifo decided lo give  up tho Murnpoiin trip sho was eon-  tomplntlng?  Sho Happened lo hoar somebody sny  that travel broadened one.  When noiuo yours ago tlio now Viscountess Wolselny Introduced garden-  lug.iiH a prol'fHiiiou and a pastlnio for  yonn.*-: women Bho could scarcely Have  r'OVillzod the far-roachlng efl'oclh of hor  ciUorprlso, Gard ul.ig is now being adopted almost, broadens!, as a  pastime among tho children of tin noblest In the laud. Tho young diMigli-  ters of Uio Duko and Duchess ot Took  ore grontly interested In If, ns well  as their couoln, PrlnooBS Mary, tlio  Kim*- and QtiooV.** datinhtor  Wllllno to bu One  The fiulekoBl. way to miiko nn oiieiiiy  ot a mau la to lend Him llvo dollars,  nald a philosopher, sontnntioiisly; and  thon with a hulf-coiiccaled show of  otigcrncfis, ho enquired: Isn't tliero  thoro Bomobody around Here who  would llko to make an ononiy. of mo?  Bchool-nUtrcBE���������Maslor Isaac, what  ivronr: fild tho HroiherH ot .ToBoph commit whin thoy Bold their brother?  Ieaftc���������They Bold him too cheap.  Men frequently b-to vlsloni���������of the  blonop or brunt-tic l>|>c  ������!!���������  BLOOD IS THICKER TOAM WATER"  Without flood rd blood t nun hu i wc-nk lienit nnd poor ntrvu. Thinnes* of  the blood, ar tni-m-iH, li common In yountf folia n well it old.   KipKlklly It It  (ha cat������ with thota wlio work In Illy ventilated faetorltt-or thou* wli*  up Indoqn In winter time wllh n coal -dove liuinlntf uu Ihe oxyaen oi  curhoiilc oxide) sm, THI* hlood, or blood which lack** the red mood i  frt unieml'i neonln rnhv have lv*n tamed bv lack of tloott freth air bre  (ha cat������ with thota who work In Illy ventilated factorlet-or Uiom who are thut  or cmlltlntf  i cortmt-nei,   _  breathed Inlo  lunfli, or by poor dlfletllon or (tytpapula, Somt-Winti. rmivit tube* 'iiWum  rain over tha heart which la not hurt dlteaM at all, but canted by Indjdcttlon.  Whatever the came, there'* Just on* remedy that you can. turn to-knowlntf  that It hai given tatlifaction (or ovor 40 yean.      .���������������*  nn. pierce'8.  flOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY  It a bloo-l c|������anwr and altarallva lhat tlarli Die llvrr and tlomach Into vlforoun  action. It thiii ati'iUlli** body to manufaclura rich red blood which (e������lt (ha  titart~ncrve������--braln and orflant ol the body. The orBant work tmoolhly 1lk������  tlnery runnln* In oil. Wi letl clean, ���������Irani' and tttt-iiuoiii liutead ol Und,  \ and faint. Nowaday* you can obtain Dr. I'leice't Golden Medical pit-  ry Tablet*, u will at the liquid form from all medicine deal-m, or tablit*  machinery,  weak  eovery  or tablit*  aloiN. Y.  *M  =������3  DR. rilRGB'l ORBIT IMS FAGR iMCSTRATBD COMMON 8BNSB MBDKML  ADTlgRI WILL BR IMT flUI, OIOITI POUSD FOB M ON1-CENT STAMPS.  ���������su  ' 1*1 -,*?  ���������IHE NEWS, 'CUMBEHIi'AND. tt d  I '���������  tfMi  FOR MAKING SOAP,  SOFTENING WATER,  REMOVING   PAINT,  DISINFECTING SINKS.  CtOSETS,DRAINS,ETC.  SOLD  EVERYWHERE  REFUSE SUBSTITUTES  Up Agajnst the Peer ,  A certain peer who hoars tho reputation of being somewhat stingy In  money matters hired a cab on a wet  afternoon to tako htm to Victoria Station, where he handed tha catynan a  shilling as his fore. *.  . The driver demanded another sixpence, but--was-met'with a prompt  and Arm refusal. "' You camo tlio  longest way, as an excuse to extort  money, declared tho man of title.  Why.didn't you go through St.,Tamos'  Park? "  ,Cos St*, .lames Park is closed, said  cabby; that's why.  Nonsense! I know belter, his lord-  ,shl]> objected, sternly.  -  Still (ho cabman, though ho saw, ho  was outdone, maintained a grave demeanour.  * It's dtiito right, sir, ho porulBlcd.  They say Lord��������� (naming tho peer  who confronted hlni) dropped a shilling coming across' the Park last evening, anil tho gates are closed until  thoy dud It,.  KAISER IS SU.'REME  Turning' the Tables  A well dressed, dapper-looking  young man.stepped blithely into tho  posi-olllcp and * purchased twopenny  worth of stamps.   -  The stamp clerk, as he was handing  tliem out, asked:'  liavo a money-order Ibis morning?  "    No, I hanks.        ,  Or somo postal cards? , A now supply just cam? In this morning.  None to-day.  Slumped envelopes? We Have all  sizes.  No, no.  ,   Want  to rent  a  posl-oflico  box  or  register a package?  '  Nol al all. *  And the customer left,  .,  The postmaster approached-   in   a  rage and shouted:  Who Is-that fellow, and what do you'  moan by insulting hlni?.  Oh, he's a'barber, replied tho'clerk,  nonchalantly, and whenever I go iii  for a shave ho insists upon giving me  a face massage, hair cut, singe, shampoo, or some other fool thing that I  don'l wan I, and I thought I'd seo how  he would enjoy it if 1 turned the tables  on him. ��������� ���������  ,..   Walt and See  Well, Johnnie, said the li a rd-h carted employer, I don't see how you will  got out to any baseball games noxt  season, as your grand mother died four  limes last summer.   '   '  lint, sir, answered Johnny, grandpa has married again, although it was  much1 against the, wishes of the family.  Just Before.the Battle, Mother  My husband, she said, always wants  inc. to look my best, no "matter what  tho cost;  Well,  her friend replied, ono cau  Hardly blame lilm for feeling* as   ho  does.   *,  l-'lrsl Man���������How do you do? Second  Man���������Bog pardon,,but you have the  advantage of me; First. Man���������Yes,' I  suppose 1 have. r We were engaged to  the same girl, but you married her.  A countryman In*a restaurant order-  ~^int5ii?rtriiniibTnTflTiRr^v^t^'^*^v^'  to the cook:' One' lamb! Great scott,  mister!.' .cried the countryman." I  can't eat no, hull lamb. Gimme some  fried taters instead. "  Two'women, one of.whom carried a  baby, entered a well-known furnisher's  one day lasL cummer and' signified  a desire to look at somo carpets. It  -was warm, bu'*. the salesman cheerfully showed roll after roll until the perspiration slreaim.-.l from hts face. Finally one of tho women asked lhe  other if she did not think it was timo  13 go, Nol. quite, was the answer of  >.er companion; and then In an under-  tono she added: Hnhy likes to seo him  roll them ont and we've plenty of time  lo en tch lho train. ',. ,  ALL THE TIRED  NERVOUS WOMEN  CAN  FIND A CURE IN DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS,,    "  Madame Perreault Tells -How- She  Cured Her Kidneys With Dodd's  Kidney Pills, and Found Health and  Contentment.  Vernor, Ont.,* (Special)���������"I am very  content. , Dodd's Kidney ' Pills ��������� have  made me well ."��������� Those are the words  of Madame Eugene Perreault, a highly-respected lady of this, place, and  mother of a large family. For twenty years she* was a sufferer. But let  her tell her own story.  "I was always tired and nervous,"  sho states. ''I felt heavy and sleepy  after meals. ,My limbs were heavy  and I' had a dragging sensation" across  jnyjoins My_skinJtcheiUand-burned-  at night. Iliad a bitter tasto in my  mouth especially in the morning.* In  .twenty years I hardly knew what lt  was to have a well moment. Then I  commenced to use Dodd's* Kidney  Pills.     Six boxes cured me". ,  Madame Perrcault's symptoms were  Uioso of kidney disease. They are  the symptoms of nine out of ten of  the nervous, rundown, pain-racked women of Canada. Madame Perreault  found a* speedy and complete cure in  Dodd's Kidney Pills. They simply  cured her kidneys.  Mlnard'-  Liniment      Lumbern-an'j  Friend  School ' Teacher -- Now, Master  Thompson, tell mo tha denominations  fnto which tho money of lho Hulled  'Kingdom is divided.  Master Thompson���������Don't know.  School Toucher���������Don't you know  \o\v Uio money your father brings  home every Saturday night is divld-  nl?  Muster Thomimon���������"I'tilni divided;  mother takes 11. ;.!!���������  In n rooenl. long-drawn trial In Now  York Iho defense introduced a minor  as a witness nnd wont; into a detailed  Inquiry ns lo his exact* whereabouts  for I He past (en yonr*-. It wns most,  wtnrh'omo, For n dny nnd a Half tlio  lnwyor asked this mini to toll his  waiidnrlngH yonr by yonr. Finally  they got down to J01I. nud hhIcoiI lilm:  WlinI- dhl you do on Mny 10, 1911?  I went lo Cobalt!  How long did you roinnlii thorn?  1 Imvo heon there over since,-    ,   ,  Juror No, fl rosn In his plnco and  unlit fervently:  Tlinnk G-d!  Just Like Me*:  Nothing as Good for Asthma. Asthma remedies come and go but every  year the sales of the -rlglnal Dr. J.  1). Kellogg's Asthma Remedy grow  greater and greater. No further ovl-  deuce could he asked of its remarkable  merit. ��������� It relieves. It Is always of  tho same, unvarying quality which the  sufferer fro'm asthma learns to know.  Do not suffer.another attack, bul got  this,splendid remedy today.  What He Wante.l  Wllh the air ot one who has no moment to spare, she bustled into tho  bookshop. r,  1 want a book" for my husband,  please, she began. It's his birthday;  and I want it for a present. Ho'll be  forty-four.' Show me what you liavo  ���������and be quick, please! ..Nothing too  expensive., and I don't want anything  cheap, elthor. , He's a mild-mannered man, and' not fond of sports, so  don't, show mo anything In that line;  and for goodness, sako don't offer mo  any of those trashy novels; and no,  matter how you trj to persuade me,*  I won't take anything in tho lino of  history or biography. Come now, I'm-  in a dreadful hurry, and you Have  already wasted loo much of my time  hero! Of course you don't know my  husband, but from all I've said can't  you suggest something appropriate? *  * The assistant lifted down a small  volume from one of tlie shelves.  Yes, ma'am,,he answered."*I think  I havo the very thing. Here Is' a  little'book entitled: How to Manage  a Talking*Machine.  As, Ruier of Army His Power-Is Su-  A preme  ,   .  While as to ordinary affairs tho Kaiser Is subject to tho l:.w Jn the same  manner as his humblest subject, there  is ono department in whicli his power  is practically absolute,'; his power as  commander-ln-.chlof of tho armed  forces. His supremacy In this regard has just been re-affirmed by a  judgment- of tho Kammergirlcht, affirming tlio judgment of a provincial  court In an action brought to protect  a "patent right.  lOlght years ago tho Kaiser Issucd-  iin order directing tho Introduction of  lho sabre carriers to bo an Infringement on his patent, and that thoy  could not be used without, His permission, and ho brought an action for  damages and an injunction against tho  carrying out of tho imperial ordor.  A provincial court found against  hlni, and tho Kammcrgericlit. Has affirmed this judgment. Tho appelate  court, declares that , Irrespective of  whether tho patent be infringed or  not, the plaintiff has no standing and  that tho KalBer, in lss-'.ing any ordor  affecting tlio equipment ot tho army  is exercising his supreme military  power.  SHOE  POLISH  The EASY polish  Makes Shoes  Last Longest,  , P.P.DAlU-YCO.,ttl j  Bdfito, N. Y,  Ilunni������a,Oat.  ���������&,*XiM&--,  f>vs ��������� %v$k  ymmmimmmmm  ��������� l^/C^^^nH������>���������lfe^'-i������^^*f'w ii^"v'-!V^' :.'w.< t ii *:--in (-in iS'**i|v-��������� --f tfei'>"'i*������y o'tt-S'^'SflJjvl  ������'ir,'lm:*i*'l^^  ���������JVtoWPEG;  MANITOBA''  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  _-It's_iio_use_talking..i--emai:ke.dyBanks.  dejectedly.* It's impossible to make  a woman understand even ,the first  principles of finanfce.  What's the matter now? Inquired  Henderson.  Matter! ejaculated the disgusted  Banks. Why, when I was away yesterday the baby swallowed a threepenny-piece. And "what does my wife  do but call ln a doctor and pay him  half a guinea for getting that coin  back  Some women act as it they had a  corner bn religion.  Nearly every man is the architect of  his own, misfortune. '  Some mon are used to being called  liars and don't mind lt.  Forest ilres never make much headway among family treesJ  We never knew a man to0,dodge,  greatness when it was thrust ln his  direction.  Whon you rro In troublo the world  generates a lot of- curiosity.  Many an honest man might bo otherwise but. lacks the opportunity.   *   . '  If a woman asks you for a candid  opinion she expects you to be complimentary jiist'lhe same.  Sick people seldom know any more  about the medicine they swallow than  the doctors who prescribe.- '  Here's a chancoi  for you lo buy  your range from  the factory nnd  save 30*f��������� to  buy it on ea������y  terms and to get  the very range  you would clioose, even if you  had lo pay ihe retail price.  Our free book shows you  exactly wlwl llie mnge ii like. It di-  ������eril>ej each point clearly, and wa  euurnntoo; our r������ngo to bo ju������t  ai raprattiulcH.  Yon miglil ai well me ll������e retail  profit,   Mail the coupon to-day.  Dominion Pride  Range  IPoliilir.d  liteel body--  unbreikilila  I door���������and  I calling- ���������  L bMiitilully  Canada   ^J^  MilleitilB 1  ,*f|^  (led Rings Mfg. ^V  Ct., llmitiil, Qiniwt, ^,  Ploaif ioad Cook.  Dolly-was not quite''six when her  mother bought a flock of nine Plymouth Ilock hens and a rooster, and  diligently explained to Dolly that tho  rooster,was the papa hen and the rest  were all mamma hens. Aftor two i  three days of confinement, to accustom them to their coop, they wore let  out. lo wander about lho yard, and  Dolly was sot to watch them. The  liens stayod together nicely, but tlio  rooster showed a tendency to wander  into the next-door neighbor's chicken  yard. Dolly chased him back timo  nnd again, until sho was tired and  out of patience. She turned hor back  for n minute, and when sho looked  round thero were the lions by tho  coop, whllo tho rooster was sedately  pacing across the garden towards tho  next yard.  Dolly Bliinipod her foot, on thn side-  walk and screamed: Como back hero!  Come buck to your own family, The  rooster proceeded with perfect equanimity.. Dolly watched hlni for a moment with a look of utter dlsgusL,  Thon hor mother.heard her sny, very  einphivllcally:       ��������� ���������    *  Thai's Just like you mon, anyway,  Lord Dufl'crlii delivered n.i nddi'OBH  before lho Greek class of tho M'GIIl  University nbout which a reporter  wrote:  Ills Lordship spoke to Ihe class In,  lho purest iiuolonL Greek, without mispronouncing a word or making (ho  slightest grammatical solecism,  Good Hoavona! remarked Sir fleet-  or Liuigovln to tho Into Sir John A,  Mucdonald, How did tlio reporter  know Hint?  I told hlni,' wns the Co. sen-alive  Hlntoninu'H answer. ���������  lint, you don't know flrenk.  True; but I know a lltllo nboui  politics.  One day as W. Mugridge, tho lawyer, and Judge Mlnot were walking  along the street in Concord, N.I-L, together-, Mr, Mugridge, in his sepulchral voice, said;- Judge, lot's go into  partnership',, .You furnish th) capital and, I'll furnish, the,, brains 1 Tho  judge quickly pulled' a 2-cent piece  from His pocket and holding it In his  pnlm said to Mugridge: Very well,  cover that, John! Cover that!  Musical Repartee  Violeln���������Tho professor has no heart  ho has taken my beau.  Banjo��������� Ves, and he's always picking  on mo too,  D-diirllng, rt-do you 1-lovo me? sho  gaspod.  Lovo you? said ho, ns ho got a fighter grip; lovo you? Why precious  ono, madly as I Hug you now, tho for-  vpur of my affection almost, makos  nio long to Ho nn octopus with eight  arms,  O'Brien and the Bull  While O'Brien was on his way home  one day ho thought ho would take.a  short-cut across Farmer Watson's hay  field. He had reached the middle of  the Hold when he* was startled by an  awful roarJbehind him, and, looking  over his shoulder, saw the farmer's  prize bull rushing at him llko a cyclone. Taking to his heels ho ran  for dear, life'. *  ., If I can only make that fence, he  said, as he tore along.  *>   ���������       ������������������    .  Just as he got to the, fence the bull  got, to him���������with a perfect rear-end  ���������collisionT^Highj���������higher���������-in-Uia���������air-  went the spinning O'Brien, and on the  descent he land .d in a bruised and  punctured heap on the other sido of  the fence. Getting to his hands-and  knees, he faced the bull. It was  pawing and tearing up tho ground at  a great rate, whereupon O'Brien smiled sadly and said:  Faith, if it was not' for your bo win'  and scrapin' and your humble apologies, yo baste. I'd be thinkin' that ye  chucked me over the fence intentionally.,,  l^^MMMm^;  immmm^mm.,  lliiimi,.   WR'TV FLOUR  EDDY'S LATEST MATCH-  It Will Prevent Ulcerated ���������."hroat.���������  At the first symptoms of soro throat,  whicli presages ulceration and Inflama-  tion, tako a spoonfuljof Dr. Thomas'  Eclect.rlc Oil. Add a little sugar to it  to mako it palatable. It will allay  tho irritation and prevent tho ulceration and swelling that are so painful.  Those who woro periodically subject  lo quinsy havo thus made themselves  Immune to attack.  Safe���������Silent  Non-Poisonous  ���������The new "Ses-qui"  The only matches of the kind -,*  In Canada.  Tho "tips" are    positively  harmless.  You or your chll-  -  dren can bite or swallow them  without danger.  Sold In .two slzec���������:egul;.r  and pocket. Protect yourself  by using , Jne but Eddy's  new "Ses-qul."  Ask  Your  Dealer  Tho Major���������Ah, good morning,  Count! What's tho matter? I never  saw you looking so old as you do  this morning.  Tho Count���������That's natural, Major, T  novcr was so old as I am tills morn-  lug.  Sweet Bits  of Corn  Skilfully cooked---  Post  Gih nr Credil  Kama-  Addrtii-  ���������-W    W������P������y  ^���������W   Fr������l*ht  ttmw-H W *���������*���������>**���������"������#  W. N. U, 051  A pnrllculnr old gonllomnn, pulling  something out of His soup that should  not havo boon Included nmoug tho  oilier Ingrodlonts, thus nddrcssod His  oriole.  JoHophlno, I am much obliged for  your tiioiigjitiiiliU!-j*i, but uc.U fimu  kindly glvo It to nio ln a lockc-t.,  A bonovolotit, person lynleHod' a  workman laboriously wlndlJiHsliig rock  fi'om 'i ohnft wlillo ;i brolllm** ������im w\<-  hentlug down on His bared head,  My dear Hinn, observed lho on.  looker, are you ifot afraid thnt your  Hmln will ho affected In the hot. sun?  Tho laborer contemplated Him for  n moment, nud thou replied:  Do you think a mini with any brains  would He working ai thin liin-l uf a  Job? . |  The young lawyer didn't like tlio i  minister, and no he though; to corn- j  er lilm. Now, doctor, ho allied, su]*-1  poHO thn parsons and tlu* dovll should *  Have n lawsuit, which party do you  think would win?  The  devil  tuv.itio.iUoiuM'-,  replied ���������  thr* mlnimopi, . j  Ah! chuckled tlin   young   lawyer, i  And wlll you tell iih wny? *  Boeniiiio ho would Havo all lhe law-:  yoru on hiu side. i  Toasties  ���������At Your Service.  Ronrly lo rnt rlirf������r|- IVnm  tightly scaled sanitary package  From our oven3 to your  table Pest Toasties are nol  touched by human hand,  Delicious with cream and  suyir or fruit*?.  hor sale by grocer,", everywhere.  Post Toasties have  Distinctive Flavor  fa nnd Inn Po.-'iirn Corc-al Ciimp.itiy.  Ltd.. Windsor. Ont.  Quite Wideawake  ' Tha directors of tho company all  Heing young, decided to Havo somo  fun at tho expense ot tho Irlihman  to whom they had recently given employment at their tlniHor olllc"*-*. Ono  day, therefore, they left the now hand  in charge, with instructions to taki*  all orders which might como in during thoir ahsonco and repaired to a  neighboring post-ofHco, whonco tlioy  proceeded to call up tlio company's  ofllco on fho telephone,,, Tho following conversation oiiBiiod:  Halloa! Is   that   tho   Dunclicster  Timber Company?  Yos. sir. And what would yo bo  havin*?  Tako an order, will you?  Sure, that's what I'm horo for.  PlofiHO Henu up a thousand knotholes immediately. ,  A thousand what?  A thousand knot-holes.  Woll, now, an' ain't that a nhanifc?  I'm Horry, Hut we'ro just, out���������Bold  our last to tho now hrowory only this  morn In'.  To Iho brewery? What do tlioy  want with thom?  Ily tlio powers! replied tlio Irishman. An' t'.ioy use 'oin for bung-  IioIoh hi barrels.  TO submit to i headache Is to wtste energy, time and'comfort.  a o stop It a.t once simply take  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  Your Drug-frlst will confirm our statement that they do net contain  anything that can harm heart or nervous system.    25c. a box.  NATIONAL ORUO AND CHEMICAL CO, OF CANADA, LIMITED.   114  Woman Is ver/ unreasonable, said  a venerablo New Hampshire justice  of tho peace' I remember that my  wlfo and I wore talking over our affairs ono day, and wo agreed that it  had como to tlio point where wo must  bolh economize,  Yo., my dotir, I said lo my wlfo,  wo nfiiBt both.economize, both!  Vory woll, Henry, she said, with an  air of submission, you shavo yourself  ar.d I'll cut your ?ialr. .  To tho budget of. school howlers already published must bn added ono or  two related by a well-known Loudon  schoolmaster who iu fond of sotting  goneral knowlodgo papers. Included  among his scholars' answers wero the  following: CHarlos Dickens was born  nnd brought np in London shortly  after tho tioalh of Iih parents. Gravitation Is when au apple falls on Iho  Moor. Benjamin Frnnklin Invented  lightning. The placo whero thoy  koop all kinds of wild nnlmals is railed a theological garden. Martin Luther invented a diet of worms, Ono  of lho most Important Inventions of  modern times Is lho North Pole.  rami!/ Jar ������  A man'and wife vere having r. littlo ���������  family discussion���������you know the kind. '  I didn't get much of a man when I"  married you, snarled tho wife.  Well, you wouldn't expect n high-  class man to pick, you out, would you?  was tho gentleman's comeback.  And tho'i tho fun -MiD'ted.  Jnkoy, my son, said a thought Tut  father, of tlio .Yowlsh persuasion, dnko  longer slobs and don you vou't vcar  off your Hoot:) no quvjek.  Murllln���������Who Is llmt gontlomnii you  Introduced me to a little llino (igo? I  didn't catch HU nar-K*.  Mllllccnt���������-Tha'. Ik tlio dlHtlnRiilshed  poet, Mr. Scinwler,  Murllln.   Indeed!   Now   T   under-  Hliind why He ho.mod Hurt when ho  I nuked me who wns my favorite poet,  lnnd I replied, Siiolcasnonre.  i    A   wnninii   was  cnmplnlnlng  nhoiil  i thn depredation-1 of Hor dog,  I    Omly yoMcrday, Blio cried, ho broko  1 Into tlu* larder.  r   Dear mo! said her Inlorlnculor. Did  ' Hi eat. much? |  II-,     ���������. I /.      -1.^     .nt.Jtrw*!       OV**'**!'     lill������'i.'i->-1  thing except tho dog biscuit.  ,,... ���������������������������   , -.  ��������� Now, snid tho uci'vous old lady to  I the driiRRlBr, are you mi****- you hnvo  1 tlmt nu-dk'iii-- nilxi.il right?  i    No, nm'niii, said  tli'i coiinclentloiiK  apothecary, 1 wouldn't go as fnr as to  , nay thai;  bul I'vu got  h  mixed the  ��������� wny tln> doctor onh'ivd It.  i    Two old fileiulH nifl  lu the t-iroot  ��������� the other day and the following enn-  i vt'i'satlon took place. How Is your  , brolSu-r gottlng on? Which one do  'you niMii? Oh. I menu the ouo with  ! Uie vuhxIimi leg.     Hf's do.vu In Ki-iu  im*   and  doli.K  v**-t.v   v.������U.    Wli.ii  U  h? doing?     Hopping!  Homo wntchninkei'B nny you - -iniild  always Hung your watcli up when you  are not wcurlug It. Humph! Mlr.j  Is hung up half lho time.  A married woman thlnl'H she Is being noglecled utilcsn her husband lota  licr buy HU cocks and lien.  "Feed it to tk Kiddies"  UPTON'S  PURE   FRUIT    JAM  ,    Have You Tried It?  I supposo you'.c goin**; to Dr. Mason's funeral, grandpa?  Oh, snarled tho infirm old man, do  not talk to mc about othor people's  rune'rals. It's ns much as 1 t-hall ho  able to do to got to my own.  A connlry newspaper correspondent  recently sent thin cheerful HI; of news  to His paper:  Brooks Is at last provided with a '  nice houi'Hc, and our citizens can now  Ho conveyed to their graves   In   cnii).  fori.    This Is   something   thai    hns  long been ncf-dcd 1 ere,  tmm, a i ii ���������������������������   ii no    mm^mat������aam**  The Church of Scotland inhibitor nf  lioynn, near (llnigow, In entitled Li  one out of rvory dozen salmon i-uiuhi  In the Hyde or. tho borders of His  parish. The minister of North Her-  wick fun flfilm nn minimi donation or  twolvo solan geeue from <1wo!ler.*i on  the JliiHS Hock,  , *>���������  .*!������������������  :.<���������  , -, - *  i. ���������'���������**  *.:;y.'  K'  I) V -  *. ..*;  ftvl  ������������������'���������  K -���������  /. *.  y.y^  Jy-A  ���������*.*  ������������������.*"*  >-  v.  l.'-t.  ��������� *, ( - A  '\\y  ���������ir  / *  > *  i *  ���������*���������>'*  Heaiih Necessary  for Good Work  Whi'tliei working for oneself or for  oilier*-, no man or woiiuui can do (indent work unli'Ks tho lu-nlth J������ ! *.  good condition.  Competition i.i keen tliVse days, and  sui-i'i;-!!! gif' fo tliii'i.i vho nio -jfr*)n*,  cnergHli' nnd iimliliiiiiiH.  I'rom n  purr-lv tl'iiiwlnl  siitnilpnln)  you cannot afford Id in������*i:l"''t lhe warn-  itigs given by    hi'adnche,    neuralgia,  i-IffplfUiini4*.!). liiillgi'titlon. t  i-i of en-  ! orgy,    nii'ittn!    vigor   and    physical  | strength.  Most   ".v-ir'-i ri.  ���������������������������-hMV-j   i!*f!r wo.k  ! !** n;.'ini .���������'I or r.iini-tl, find tlie������ii!-i-Mv-������������  linndicitppi'd at tlinen by  condition of the system.  For all such wo   haw>   a   iik.*  tliat. will bring joy and glntlne*  their lives,    Wo want you to  about  Pr. Clui. -. '.* N-i--   Vf,y.,  grent restorative, which   forms  blond   ,'HKt     rottoroH     f*'-n),|.>i      v  li'TVe r.-'lls,  Hy using this food cure you can In-  Mil new t-nci'Ky and t-.tr. ns:1) in*-*)  i-wry organ of the ,uui:m Hod..,, J';iln ,  nrlies nnd physH-nl wenkn-f'-s soon ills-  .���������j.'.-.*ir, .iml H'liUH Is lo..'i;-':t up tj  l'l'������!i-u-,-if^r m.irl.* In*  ruiMlov  ���������������������������-iu,*".*  k into  know  :'..���������->  now ���������  11* * ,*. i  Om* of ihe Imliii-s Horn during  I. floods at Dayton, Ohio, In to He named  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  Noah.  j  GO ci'Mii a 11������\. li fr   l2.5o. at all do.-.  iU'd,  |f-rs, or Kilniatison. Ila'.i-j & t    . I.iui*'  Turu'ta.  U  ���������*������v .���������*.*-,  Vh *'  ;-vvi  *���������*' -y  ' '���������/'  l<*.-;iV- ���������'"'������������������.  ���������*v   *   -'  I.* "'���������<-��������� y*  i: ���������*- -��������� ���������'*  &'.'���������" v  l-.ife-  ���������������*.  -, * -  I**"  ,'f:...  *t.  '*'.,--'  ��������� \  ��������� '  if  I      "���������*?   ���������" ;."l  l������-'>">*. ������������������   '*���������-'*  r  ��������� *  ��������� - -������ # ..*  P  *    M.      *���������**    n'  1  -*'-itS<23u-.  *V\l?������F'*2ipt -  ?fl#i .j!fitffe'  ^^VffikA&w|  ffiiff-^&f ^Oji  ���������t.-.^I������]i r*f> y;i* j*  viie. -P*v, -,vti*A*-  'ii ���������.*,���������'���������; iui'Q  jilte ii,U������ivOi i:Ml.ll :iiJ.ivb      .  ��������� .'s-aed,Kvcrv'.;v  M'l-th.istirtv' the  - ��������� y ; ;.'i *. ��������� >- ���������-.*      . ���������  '- v ,'.  **  ^,0.0 tTioy<, fk AC a mbetiland  Pub'^shtpc-j &orp'pany.(;  %  A p ,.,  ������J "**���������*"��������� ' *.>��������� w     ..4.4 j  Columbia.  ��������� I i-i- our  e'r'will  nut lvmi  '���������.ifsolf  t'^IOll^llik'  i'or.J lie  o]ji:iionh  .}f Ol'll-  .-'l-'h, us ni-i*.  r-npwir  iii its c  olmfius  ..v.-o:ii' tun'.*  i     . ���������              i  lu limb  n  ^VKliNi-isOAX '.  fllLV 2  a"iin;i  ������������������nrr VHtm  ii-o  ivr-nk-T  'Tr-m  rob, ALicyyci', to.takh; and  * -    ��������� '*��������� i:sk w.\rl-:u.'  '��������� ���������  JVOTICK i-. luu.V,* ;'iveu  Hint .Ksqfti*'  ni"l:  &   K.iniiii.-)ti ��������� Iliiii'-'Vy, of   Yiotoriti,'  'is, 0* 'wi*! n ii'y t r -i I'l'ti,".-;-.! to take ;uid  '.io   uU),"i)0 I'-illiiii.1", p-r li hiiiu's, nf wuter  .if  *i*iliV  Cr-.Lv-  "l.ich Il.iWii hi   ii  ii-'ily 'ilir'e'i'n' tlironi1)   NowmhI.iI'  * 'Ml  y-'i.,  Di'.-f.nct   ii'i iiji;.i i k 'iivt'Straits of (Ie������r-  'j   mi*i ;l in;l**a wo !* '��������� i''H'g ' Qualirum  \'Uii', r, IH-) v.Ti'ter v.;i i lie -.'.'vrit.'d hl'liOi'G"  '���������-'-i :-.t-.i:iui  fr.-i))   i'a'*l-Avy'*i\ ,d will ba used  i'i*:' ^cnor.l raiiwiiy i-:\ {nb-rhdn Vao l'-iid  .e--*r'ii:.i.'il as ll'iil.v;.y'i'.ii;li'J of Wty. '��������� -TfiU  ������������������') ���������'(* m:-;!. i n.vJC'u 'i'i iis������"'.'.TOii'ocl- on   lho  i  y, i.  Wl  -i-l. i'ii;;'  Li!    0  ...iVll   (  ppl'cuti ;n  f t*i:o W,iUr Ui-  !brt to.-d-i!) tiiu*..:!.1  * "ooptli-i ii*. \riel,i;n.'!'!*''. (1. ' Objccuous may  ,'l-<* lUevi v.'i'h' tho'sad WaHr-R-iCordor cr  '",-i*ii t'-.i'*' 'liirii\jt'i-..ill'r".'-*L t\''nier lliglift-,  'P.i l;Mn.*i.i liu'Mi -j,*.;, V-ic.-rr'.i'T.."b.' :*-  JysQ.UiM'.U,T'&��������� i>A\XAiM(') k'ailway.  --y-*   --*   ���������'- ���������--���������-*-��������� |  -y'    Applicant  li  1*.  'IH'.  E   BBASLKY  '.-   ��������� ��������� ������������������   Agt-nt,  .,.     ������*.    r  Ul V|  yWATEH'^O-TICE!  ...**.'' ^4.    .  FOR /  ���������v LiriiKCE'TO TAKK AND  'ij^e'#.*Jt,k^-:';'- ������������������������������������'';  >-'0'i'l'.'n is hcTeii/ii eu  that Esqni-  -.lia t k K.**ii iiuo li.iiliv y,   of YiiiloriiT,  -iihfi 100.1 00-'  ly 5 t" i-. l'-'c ni;u' tu tako'and.  .'1 *.u!.'> r.'.i-'yt'lislv.i's, of Jwat'ei'  'tm   di S,;(!iiiy i'lfcc'lc'-'-.i-.h-cH ild.vn iu ii'uoi-  ';lu:iiy h eiitiwii' ihi-oiig'.! Mbvciislli Dis-  '*t:i-;t- .ilie,  -.nVii������ies'"i:jt-i  IXdp  B������y,  iieur'  '���������R'-isow-b' 1 C't-'k-''   U'tii5-wiit-jr v/ill.b-j d'.vor  il ������x 'l\r.A- \U triiim f  l'O  iiilway ancl  t���������lvw'4iJ^ii-k4'LOij_i^iA;-jLrhl R'ul\VJiy \ni: ;.io -.ix  Nin the lnh-l lU-.r-.-j',ibl*i'.,ii-.-;-Uihvi.'y l-tighVoT  'iViy.   Til's' n-it'ce 'V.v.3-ptfoxd on  t'l-C;Ullil-*-!i1.l   tl'l'B  (V ii   ���������!  11.-.:*  t.f'April,' ldi:-}.  'TiK*-ii,c t.* ci'.'ifii ���������> '!l  \ii til-id in thu  oilic  ���������HVATER RIGHTS BRANCH.  ,  (Department of Laiids.)',  ''���������.'���������"���������  ArPi-OVAL'OU'   UNDERTAKING- ',PP  THE CAMi?BKlJj R1YKR P'ONVBR      COMPANY,   LTMiTED - " '  .IVhereas' the Campbell  JJiver Vowor  C-mpJuiy, Liiiiii-.-d; huieiii'if!���������.'���������-' c.dlod tho  Coin'; f.-.y, iii a ouii-ipiii)ycincorpoi'i������tod under the' Cimipaniwi" Act," W\)'i, and iii oi.-y-1 ?f3  piiw-ud,   (miong  other    things   by   ifn|m  Mo in i'..ri1;i of'Ain.iK'iuti-.ir.  '        * ��������� ���������������������������' '������������������'  "To npply foi* nml obtain under,tne pi  vidioi'Sol Uto YV ;1 or Actor to  puuilin ol L  or ovlierwiso acipsirii v.ati-r recoiibi or wn- '��������� ra  tor liooustiV' iuul' '- '" "      jp  "1\) conitr������,;l, or opciato woik.-i.foi' llie ly  .supply or ut'ii;'.atio)i of wmcr ui.di'r U'o  Water Act.," '     ���������'!���������    '*������������������������������������'* ���������  "And w lie iv-vj tbo H-id Con puny **ti! N  t!u*':!iib' .liiiici," lOl'fl, y.Ui'ii.(1:i \V-i'o ||  ' Lcetioo, uuniborHil 1901,' liuthori/'ng ilio S |'m>  'div-Jii-jiOn'cW -hO'i] ciib':6'ti[i' of wn'-ter per ||  soeou<l*fr������ini tho C-imp-;bll River fiir po'-v- \'f,\  '    > t   \        '    ��������� < I K *  "er piirpofiija.  '   "     '' '' '        -It'  TIUS'.I'S TO CERTIPV ti;nt tlio u������d-  eriaking'of t''ies.i*iJ Cainpboll Rivnr Power  Coui'-iiihy, Limited, to'r tlio oivereion' cf !SJ  *2,TOO V;iib��������� o Toet of* w'atci' per hOuoikI Troth j ������},  Iho'Campboll jliver 'for ^ho ponrrat'-on of*  poivcr'iuuV fo'i* ih^'Eidcl 'burair, aider-  ch-i, Kc'6'f 'sa'i.'l' po'vJer within ihe t'i liiwii g  -'daicribe'd t'eiri iiiy, 'is lirreby upproveil  au'ijucfc o die )������mtat:'bn's of'Piirt' IX of  the WatJr Act'and to the'following ".erm*-  and conditio-S'sf���������' -         '*''  ; 1; Tl.o su cfi-pproval of tbo (|bnve un-' @  dt-rttknig sluill bo exprc's ly c ndiiibnal  oii tin ex. oii'tiori ' nn^ filing 'of n' Rontl  v/ltli tlio "Comptroller 'of Water ,1-t'ghtiv  Thli MV.d. 'lJ'on-1 tball He iii Uio 'sum of  tivontV thouBnnd llOilai's (*?:20,000 00.) a;*d  'sinlMJio-'by l)he'Comp'in***' duel *'a' Saioty  fJoDip'tiay'aut'li nzed"Ly* its thr er fu  the'pefformarioe of contract) of'tliis Hind  '2. Tlie 'lerrit ry Mi'lnn which J the  power* gVj-Jcrati'il fr'omtb'e'said wi'i3r may  bc'so'ld is'within'n radius of'one huu'dr- d  ���������   .   -       i       -i   . I,***-. . !   ��������� I'L  and fifty miles from the  power bov.si* 11  the Company/'      l        ''*  ',*���������  3. Tli-s'ntrtouat of-tbe'capitil s'ockol  ������ho Cyijiptliiy which Bhall'll)al sabderibd'  bc! -r*3 the Company shall bf-gin the ! cou--  Blruo'ii.iri of thij workti shall be 550,000 00'.  =���������br-^Ei i������. a ui'... nji t_oi_tko^w iMudst i > c k o f  ��������� hoCompany whinh shall he paid op before  tlio O-inptny sh-ill bogin the const-uotion  ot tho woikVs'niili be 850,000.00  ��������� ���������*,    **-  b.   The Company shttll begin tho con-  ���������jut 'uo'.ion ol 1I13 works for tho divo-Bi'.'.n of  tlios'id water nnd f*-r u1 o.'gi aeration oi  Llni s.id po-,vor oa'i-r bufuro the 30i.li day  of Repttmber, 19li;'tiLyl b. foro that (Into  ihUl-obtain frou'i tl.e 'Ci-mptroll-r i [.Water I"light,B,.'his approval'ti the plans for  bho construction of tho said woiks under  Uie provisions of ti-.o Water Act' mid Arn-  ciidinff Acta as now iu lorce or an oiny lib  in force at tho dato of tuch Approval nf  Pl-ihs. Tha plans a A Fpccilioitiois's-lniil  to filoil for approval on or bofofe I'lb'. day  i.f, July, 101-f.'  ' li ' After boginuin" tho con true tion of*  ilro wtu'l;-- tho Company uluill tubniit  ao ni-iinnii'-lly to the Comptroll&r of Water Higliim a, proijross report.  7. Tno Company Bhall uoinpleto the workc  for thu dtvolopmouti c**f fif:een Idciiiuaiiii  (-15,000) liorte power in U havo llu-m in no  tu il op.nlion i u or h f .ri. tho ilOlh day of  Ssptcm'itr, 1017.  *'' S. Tho'Ciimpuny ulia*! pay annunUy,  i uo'i f..-ij as nny b) in lor'co life thin (into  oi inuih iiiunud foonH limy bo llxud by any  tut urn ipruI. lion ir ennotment.  0, Any JOiigiuoer fippoinlod by Uie  Mmiis'or of Liviidf) for that purpr-Ho hluill  luvo fri-e. accciiH lo all pnrtfi of the worl'H  ! r tho j)urj).-'-k-e of iiisits-utin-*-; tho a unft,iv d  s:.ti-.o Whor Uecord V at, Victor*:*., U. C  '-..r.-jriil-it,'; niiy bo l'.Vd '.v'.th iho snid  "Wntcr liyjiJiv'tY i r'v.ith t lio (*owp iol!er  \f V/.l.'r t'.i^.'.p; F.ir'.iiui o*.t Rivl-Uucs.  !.Vio'ovi i,* i". C   '   *', '' ',  '^SQ.L'J.'.-'Al/i k NAXAIMO RAILWAY  ''-"'--���������    -- - -���������.'���������   Applicant  ?[. K: RK-ASLKi"  '_  ; ���������     Ai,'onr. .  ���������iiilU'. ' ���������     ������������������ ��������� ' ������ivT  ���������WATER NOTICE  C(W. A LUiKNCWTi) TAKK AND  1 -  ���������   ���������      IT,.;!; WA'tlsiit:-   ������������������  '*  NO"! I'JI-' in luir-'hy (jivon Hut K Qui-  Miull, A N'.ni.;inio Uailwiyof Victoria,  'B. ('*. wilhi.ip'y Cor ilio'ii'-.o'i tt'j in'id and  '!i.-*ir|iU������,0!)0K.i')l in.-* iiitr'-.1-!.' hours of wator  \i*.i: ii' Mhj.il-".* '.Jit*'.;'. Wiii'oh flows ill n  V.o.'il.erly ilii... lii'..i Uirnufjli InMhoii Dis-  ';.r';c; ii'.d iiupii n Viiii'' I'liyi-'u ���������Soti'iul noar  "L-.ili'i, li'Vir. ' Thii wil* r will ba c ivort d  '���������0 lliJ)"ti;ii'rv,'i!ji fi-'in; ILil'-viiy ami w 11 Do  ���������.'(.���������id lur '.lMinml I'.iiil'i'i-**',' pni'pD.fi*- on tho  '. iml ih* orilw'd ;ti i. A-vm i", l*A :t w j'Thiij  ji-i-.iu.'win, po-tou i--u -l oy.roiu'il o.i fho  '.Ird d.iy of Afui1. lfHik' Tnl������ miplii'iitiiii  m i i lm nl-ii  nr *. i' ''I'll'-' el'  U.-j  Wiltei-  11 ���������,���������".��������� Ii-r, Vii-U'.'i i, il lv   0 j���������'.*!.!in..-; niiiy j bf   inctr-aiiiiisg' that    thu  conijll'uuUon  li.iiilci] v.ilh ilio i Til W.il- ;* lhc-ir-Kr in* I thereof i'i ill iicooitl'inct- Willi tlio plunn  I  1  'vili i!i j I'-iinpli'iiili'i' -A  W,;   r  r.i-,-lil->  Va rl, a i,out ll ul* ii,*,"  -:t..ii.. II. C.  ��������� nd sp".*> I'i *..I <ma heiuin leforrcd to.  10,   'lho light of no'' eirin.'liii������ wo, In on  ivOUi.'il AL'L' ^ N iVi .1 -K' i'*A IbWAY j Cfnwn ImuY* ot '..lie Pi'i'ivinen k1i;*.1I nol hii  ) - Applio mi  I (i^i'iiiimil nmil iiinin'ii.inii litis liwm (j'.ilnin  I'. K      :���������. ���������VfiLI'.V    je-l as jirnviilcil by Miull'iU S-l of tho  cuiil  ; Asvul  j Aot and I.V.i'Kuhi* inii*;!'* thoriMimlor.  -    ��������� ill.   'llr.) ri'iht, of oiiin'.rueiin*.* works  . ! ,,*bliilii(.'il nr lho ���������pn.vi-'inuH of I'uit .Vill  i'YM: A J-ICKSi'K di  I'AKl' AND    | of iho Hiid Acthu-vo been oompliu'd wi'li. '  1 VsV, W Vl'VAl ;    ]*>,   'i'i,**,. |iai,i, ���������t oin i<U'i-.i'tiiif{ i.orl.'j  ' -���������-  I iiluiif- nr itu'iroBK lii,.;liwnyH ultull not bu on  N'OTIi I-', it Heriby ijivi-n Ih t  lv qui. j U)V\6W\ CX(!q')t' ispMH pcrmiBHion of tiiu  ,..'.!   \  N'n'i..l,ii. l'.ilil.'.i.y,  nl  Vu*n rii, ; MininU,v t,f  l'u.',|io W-iUn,   nr   if   t-ilil |  vr!. C  will nppl. id; ii I ������������������oi ...*  !.. li.!.i; i-inl i ],'KtMv(lyfi mo uitU'ii li miinieipality. with  H  'iv H ti,ir:u wh -n )'.ir 'Ji lim.i**, iif wili*r* ,lV.ilhu |iermUiilim of tho Council  ol thu j^  Muuioii'iil iy Unit iii'iu olitiiiunl nu prnvid- j t\  ud lOHpuutwoly by Hicliou** '-'~t' and 'M2ol \h  tj  E are giving ".Great' deductions oii all Dry Goods;  ���������G\e:nifc.s__J^ '��������� and  Footwear;'  -It .hag"'always'��������� been otir  policy hot to parry'*1 goods  over beyond their season.  We sto'D at no sacrifice to  make this one of the greatest sales ever held in  this district  . This will be piore than  jrified when you come  ve]  <:  l/^lA$&  ��������� AT  NOT  *���������fi  THIS  RETURNABLE  ('oin :< ll oliour,  tunir  "    '  -     V      v  ,..1  ,11'. , '" Ii'i;. Ci-'' ",', ^vi|ll���������b li o'-'H i-l U lm! tii-  ���������' !���������'���������,* .y, ' i-ii   th.o-iji' ituiii \   ivi.Irint  'i i-i i-iup* i i  r-t >  i   i i  ... ,   ��������� ,      i  -���������, .inixi  -  A   . ,.,,,.   .., '"    ��������� 3V'*.vuy������i*.l   will  '-I' ill'..il 1- I' lic.lliill   llUl iV ',���������' \U  Ji''** :i   on  j,, ;,,,-.,) il��������� ;��������� l-.iil as -l-li'.ii'.v.'i) i'i.i.t ol  \V-ij*. Ti in n lii.i' w.r- V "U'd i u Hid  . .!,i-..i -ii tim ;l.-i .hiy -1' Apnl    I'.'lll  ���������i it      -plllll': tll-ill  ��������������� 111  ' C    lilr'l    I.I Iir:-   i i.i  ���������  ' ', ���������.!������������������ W.-ln-y ���������:bn!(''i- M '-"L'ti-iii. II If.  M j c 'im   iiiiiy'b)   HI,il   lb b Jho "������.till  'W.'lir U uu.hi* or n'i li lb ' V it'pl. "'I^r  i.' v'.'ci lli.:liU, t'lil'-iii'.iut' KulhliiH',  '���������'.���������I  I-; i, IM'. *  '������������������ ���������������������������������������������   i ������i \l.'l; .v   \;.N ^lMu'i.M'.AV.W  Aipiioiii'  ,1   !���������;   I;'.''.\-*1.1-.Y  t ���������  r-i:-!-'.  on]iuuf)Vuly  Uio Wator Aot,  ��������� i  WM. Tf. V.C'Ht'  11 Mln'M-T'iif I.iuulu  a  *w^r**m**iMa***w\u*m'i**^i*rt*m*r**mK������ mm'twmiwti*** ti*wm*mw**m*mm\**m*m������mtfw  Datuil nt. Viotorin, U.O., tliN l-Ith  ���������luyof July, 101.'<     '  ���������T.nyr^'Kii  | esz^s^i^^aiB  SJT^HSJSSBH*  K  wtluK'  C.:tl-o������ Root Compound.  ���������-,���������,-*.  '���������'i-i-f;T.. i Vt "r\r������ Toiil-'. H.id I  ,���������,<���������.*,'>   :..i-.i!   ci'.ifiuiil JMimthLv  t. */...'.,.���������,i-..-i, < .', ;.:i.*!t"-.imi'iii".i'*''  ,C.'**-T*' '** 1" '"'���������   '"''-IA hi Hin-c ilnrtooA  i\* iti\ of invi'vili ,'7fl. *. f?l *. Ko V.,  yO   h in������ii w.i- if.-.- ���������ii'i-'. :.-���������*, *'P 't-  ���������J {ill-   -i������.(.ul  l;.*'.yl,  '*'������   |/> .',i..l.'V  -_J E'-V   l,-.-  .,:', I'-nr?., I'.i'nrf.t  Vff P.l-f.'.'l    '*')    li.ti.'.Pl Ol   pi-.i  Ni _l-_iii j��������� ij.i.i.'.i.!.. A-ihlit ;i Tin  ���������fjq to--  HUGH MITCHELL  Koii   Ynf"  Genl hk/As :*   ^  ~..'vM) ���������  Horseshoeing  TIiwl St.       Cutiiiu'iianil,  TERMS OF SALE CASH  1 Doii'tFonzetDate tk Place. Watch Postev  ���������rnt.r.  ���������ipho,n<i  ������:'^ I  /l  .jBifltf^iKtfio.lfiRiiNiti.niii iiVi-aJiiii/iv*^!*  \fCil i������������#-������ ���������<-..* .     i- .     -    ������ .���������  K^zixriy4if7^TA'r^%mj{Ur.^:  '** J-** :  * .���������*.-������.  1.,  ������*������  SROS  I PtOtUo^t  ^c*^������.^-n������"-,'j:tw-������;-2������i &'  I  ,< lA  Is  ������*  ,j:._^  Stt  BS  =fi  . i> *-'- - * ,-,-���������:-' ���������  ���������*$$��������������� ^^i ,-e d^Hii^^^^^y _iii^^^^.���������^^s^^i^ii_  rfA���������������  NOTICE.  ' Vancouver ,.I^afiaj';Dis|rioU  - District 'of, Vancouver.  ��������� TAKE NOTICE t)i:it'r,'.(ieorge  xVordier .of ..Campbell River,, oecu-  'patbn, Cruiser,   intends  to ap}-iy  for" permission to,purchase "the f������-l  'lowing described bind-?:--- Comsraen  cin-j at a p>st planted at the N.E.  i i, ."��������������� ��������� i     ���������. *        .-*''���������' ���������-' *   *  corner   of  Timber .Limit, 43146,  ,(hence.,w?et SO^.ch' ins, ilienceNorth  .������0 chains, ihence .oast'.80 chain?,  to tho shore lino, thence, south 20  . .cluins more or loss.along, tlie shore  .line to.the phj'cp of beginning.   -  ,.'    '        '���������'GJSQRGK. .V.ElipiEIi,  Name of Appli������:wit  ,jDa-lo,.Febr.a-������ry '2Gth, 1913  Uriioji :Steamsh.ip Co. 4 B t  ~-* tue.s."as.'qpw;cii^  .NANAIMO DENMAN iSrvAND-UNION-BvAY-COMOX ROUTE  '*��������� ��������� " Leave .Vancouver, Mpnday, *at$*P- m. '  , yArriye Nanaiiiio, at.11.30 p.-in.-   ,  ,-Arrive-tlnion Bay, ^Tuesday*G a. tnA ��������� "-'Leave^Tuesdiiy noon.  Arrive Comox, Titesday ���������8 a. m,   ' Leave Tuosday, 11 u. in.  ���������Leave Nanaimo p.p.-^Tuesday.   Arrivev\ran.coi*vor U.30 p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8. p*i"-  Arrive. Nanaimo,    11,30 p.m  Aniye Union .Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. ;Depavt 5 p.m.--  Arrive.CoinQX, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.ni.  Subject to change without notice. \  DRINK  '���������    "  NOTICE  .Say.ward Land Distriot.  '"Di-strict of  Sayward..  TAKE   NOTICE   that * jJustiu  ���������jD.>rr ofjiippt-r Vuldi'z ieiiuid, occu-  paiion fanner, intend;* to apply,for  'pcrmHF-on to.purcliat--e lhe folio.v  ;in{i do'j-cribefl lands.: Commencing'  .at a ppet planted ,10 chains,east pi  jHyaciiilh Lake and*,10 chains  south of N. W. c'orni r of J. D. pre  ,c'mpiii*n.-thence ,10 cii.iins west to  liike,,t!ien-c in.a **ouih-ea*?ttrly,dir  'pctiop.iO cluiii':s along ..the   shore  of the lake to the inlersictipn of J"  , -D line, ihence north 10 chains  lo  point  of comiriencciiifciit,  contain-'  'ing in all five acres more br le?*-*.  ' .' '*" /,    JUSTIN DORK, '  ���������    ���������    Name of Applicant in full  Date. -March 8th, 1913  The purest and best BEER, and  IW* made iu Cumberland.        "  i32S3^EH3iS1SZ25S  .'���������������. lA*������^^^atil>*l**-i������  IK1  J.    ST.   McLEOD      Fsio3?2ais:3or."  English 4 x BOSTON alwHysoa tap      also, the famous M1LWAUKES  ,BBBR*J-AnhouBer,"Bob������mian,8ohlte,'to.*     "OLD GREY BEARD"    -  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kindB.  The .rfoardmg and.Lodging 1)-partment. undor the immediato superintendence of Mrs  Davis, will 1>j idu: d First olaSd iu every reppcut. '*���������_,'  .LAND REGi.^PRY.ACT.  .-Ik thk .mawbu- oi  an  applica-  ,'tion-for  a ficeli Certificate of Tiilc  to Lm 54. [M������p 311] T-ownei'.e'of  .Courtenay.  ' NOTICK.is hfireby t'iven of my  .intention at the expiiation of one  calendar month fiom the first; publication hereof to iseue a.fiesli CJer-  liii.:alo of Title in lieu of the Ct-ri.i  fica'.e of' Title =*-i.'*u������l to Jo/eph  -M c-P-h ee-o tia 110JSO Aluof 31axcluLQ0^3.  ,and 11 uinhered 10990C which^ha's  .been lost,.  Da led' at,,Land Registry Office  -Victoria, B C, Ibis'21'st'day of  December 1912.  *       s y: wootton.'  Registrar General of Title?.  -ta**wart>,>*Mt*i-^w*^^fc^*"^ if������"nw"���������������  , The Courtenay''Hotel  ifiv^ry coil von iuri'**.* for guests.'  Tho Contial Kotul for Sportemon '  J^'ono but the Bent of Wihcs and' 'Liquors  ?l the'Bar.  "  RATES'        REASONABLE''  ATEg " ;       ..       ....''    **>li;oo per day upwards.  :?  irewers-'Unea urains:  '-Better,  Cheaoer -Than- Most Dairy Feeds    o  ". Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  JtMlWlW^l-VV^>-C������.-il.������-.W^'WW^^  c(John Johnstoni   Prop  ���������0.  0  ;o  >'  r,  i.  (!)  ������" '  (fl  ui'  0  ' *j  0)  *  0  T3.  O  O  %  5ww"l  CD  ^"*  vA**H  GO  ������3  </)���������  0J  s  H<r"*  O)'  )m������-t '  G"  IT)  (/���������  V)  E-  G  O  U  ri  </)  w  t~���������1"  4~l  c  O/J'  b/D  G  ��������� ������������<  u  O  NOTIG1.C.  To wlioui it ivinv emieonv.���������  Thi* is to notify lho public  that, all freight cliiivgcs ou bonded Roods clcaicd at Union Hay  for the I'-oinox Vniiey miihi )x.  , paid before ^opd--! can bc lovward  ed. Hy order  Canadian Collieries Dunnniuir]  Co,  .SH'fl'RPS,Ifl THB  ������  reanti  offer"  you   a safe  and   sound" / investment; with., a,.  o-ood return on your money as- well as an ienhanc-,,  , ed value from now on. .  I . * A Gompany.with   No Promotion. Shares,-   -  I'���������,        '     AGompany with its    own fiscal, agency.-*  |- A Company   that,will'look solely; to  the wellfare  I;    -*    of its shareholders.;   Shares'are now selling , at $i  ������ " ��������� ���������;     for all ��������� cash,   or.. on;, the*  easy   instalment.. plan..  I Gall oi* send fop a. Ppospeotas to-da;  .etdantile.'General: Agency,  ' Selling Agents f op-Canadian Loan k Mercantile -Co., Ltd. ,, ,(  Head  offices : -  1_ ". _' .y,T.. TT:.:C��������� 3^\iyiA\���������: Corner View "antl Gov't., ' Streets, _ Vi6toria. B.-C  "@     "20T-T20O".   20y-uuiOu   ca^.v    ��������� "-o ..   --    - :        ��������� : *���������        ���������      ~r       ���������  ������ - Geo. Abbott, Managiug Director,.*  Phone 3243 . * , * '  ���������"We Build Homes and Make Loans."'  ^   v ,,.mmmmmmm���������������*������������������ 1������������������ '   ������������������������������������  Sayward Land DUtriofc.  '���������  , District ul. Say ward,  TAKE MOriCE tLitt;(joorK(3 Stucke, of.'  New Yurlij N. Y., cit-oupalioii   eiij-inocr,  intonda to i*ip������ly fcr 10;miati-^n to par.  oliufl'.'   Uie   lollowmg   de--ciUit;d Inndu:-'  Conitinv.*.eiiig nt a post pliuited '20 ofadns  noutli of this norLli-iiAi-jt corner of lot 55i,  t!*.enw eust 'JO cIvjuih, ilienoe uorth  *10  (iliHifl.n, thoooe  ������08t  20   chsini,   tlieuce  Boaili 40 chaiiid to point of coinnienco-  aunt contain'ng SO hctm i������rvo or lime  ;     (iEOKOK STUCKB  Pitlior M.^GufcUiuii, Aboiit.  DntoJimo 19th, JDl'2.  .   Snywurd^Lai'd District.  Dittiict of S-yward.  TAKSINOTIC-Ug thi't .Hmry   Alfred  Ho e, of'Now York, Now York, occupsti  fjaywud I/sncl ;DiaUiot,  LUstriet of Si������yward.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Jolm Ar hil  nf-New Y-n k, New York/ '.ccupatil  Xio a, ui ������������������ iw-������i   ������--������������������ 1 ^ I      .-  on eloctiiuian, iotoadB-to-aiU'ly forpsrmia    intei.di to  upply  fur peruiixion  si'ou to puruiintion to, purchaao ihu follow  . ��������� iit-dr:���������(.loiuinoneiui! at a  poet pluutod at tlio"waoulb east cor.ier of  the 1101 ih \verf-; quarter of let GS3, llituec  4i'c'baiuscaBt, thenco *10 cliams nortli,  thence 40 cliainaVoil. Uinuiu -JLO chaioH  south top.mUi: (-oiii'iiOiiccmiout cnnti-iu-  inj' 1U0 acroa nioro or 1 as,  F.n'.ier M, Guekin**, Agunt,  Dat.-dJiinoS-ltb, 191 i. "     *  ,     fiiiyward Lmd,nitt:ict.  Diotilct of Si-yward.  TAKBNOTloili llmt Oorgo  Clui'lo.  Hioii'i. ������.)������ Ni������iv   -toil', N, Y.,   oecnp'ti'iii  oloik. iutciuls to  apply for pcriiiiRsjioa   t-  puruhaaotlio followlrfido.ni-i'bwl Ii-hvId:���������  Coiiiuiaiioin-* ut n piiat iilii'it.-.il  40 oluiim  wot in.(I 20 oliaiiis ini'lli 1 i tlm ninth enst  oofin r uf lot tiA'l, thi'iiofl cunt 40   cliniiw,  Uioi.ojhcuUi  'JO vl: umi   tlwnco went  40  ohiui.H, tii n c 11 ub i!() flliiilna to i.oiuL 0'  auuiuioao'inout C'lHt'iiu-ii'-,' POm-rtM nior-*  nr li>w.  UKOIUJK CilAliLliS STONE  l'ii*lu*|- M. Uutiluiirt, Ago.I.  U11U1 Juno lli'li, 101'J.  dice tho 'Tol,J i.wing  dtacriljod  CoiiiOienci'ig ftt   1 -po-t plantedI  south-oast   ciirnw of Lomo .4*0. f  eoutli 80 eliaitiD,   thenco  wc-������t.8C  thence roi th   80 ohuina,   Uunoo  I'hHiiis to uoi it of oouiiDQi-ceuatctl  ing 040 actei wwo or lots.  JOHN ARTHUR  FiBhor H. <J**iikiuf,|  Dato Juno 24th, 1012.  Saywnrd Ltid District,  Diatr'ut oJiSajwimd.,  TAKK NOTICE   tliat  William  John|B'������t,  Sayward L������ud DUtriot,  DiuVrict ot S tywnrd,  TAKB NOTIOK  ������Ji*t   Wnjbwl  of    Now    York.    ITo/.f  ^ullivui, Now York, N, Y-, ocoupntiou  i.'liii'k, iiilendu to apply for penni-sion t������  ���������..iirohiiiiO tho follo*\*inf.; tho following dug-  oi'ib.d lundil:-���������0oiiiiiU!;i(ii")������ ������t n. pout  jiliintdd 30 olift'niH afivth from tlio eoiii!-*  cirl coiuei' tf lot till) {on post,r>7J" Uieiii'i'  ii"i-tlii���������S0 chiiinr., Ui'iici) "cunt 80 ottainH,  tticiicc fluith 8'J  cJrnni1,  ll)ei;on Wfii<t W  cliniiiH, u> piiinfc of ho mni'iiocjiiiut con*  t.iii-i ty 010 'i0'���������*.>'������ iii'Mi' or Icki.  WILLIAM JOHN SULLIVAN  Emlinr M. Oimliiui*, AkooI,  l)htoJuuu*21.t, 1912.  . lxj. jj ���������i*M.iri**--"i*-*-'r *���������*���������""*���������**'*** f  Siiyttiii-il Liiml Dltlri-tt.  iilatrict at Siiywiiril.  TAKB-NOTICK tint Cliailw IVimy of  Htaolmrt, ������.f   No* Vork, N. V., ooc^r-  IJIIllil   WH"        **** . . ,      ,       .......  I     /.���������,.....   fnm 11.ii.nllimi/tll  8uy\v,vil Lir.d t>.f*t* i(.t,  D-.Btnut of .^ywn-d.  TAKK NOl'lOE that Willim. AuifftVAt  Little pubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  Viiiki nivor, 11, C.j (Kicitpuli-in ooutriio'or-  inli-iuli to ������|M'ly t''r UPMiii-fi'iun tn pur-  ohiH' ilio^follo.\in*; J ilcniiihud liinilii--  I'niniiiunciii'' nt   a   post  plantuil  u*,   tin-  .-Julltll 0������H* C.nUl'1 Of   lot i)7*S, till  OJ Wt'Hl  40 oliaiiui, lIu'iiiM PO'i'h KO rliaiim, ilioi'im  until 40 cli-iiiiH, Hi-i v iifr h S'l i'.';.iiin������ tn  piiint of uuiii'iii iK-eni'iiit fnntiii''i jt JltiO  ���������uJi'i'ii mom rn li'.'-i  occ.ipnlioii    laborer,   i.Uonda  1<I  fo-' purHiiniiilim to pu rchibo th'o   ll  iK-mirihid hudi:���������Cuniniotiol^iiC   i\  pliiiitod 120 tliaim  wott Mid"I  north of Die dfiutli-eoflt  corner  -U', llunou BOiiih 8U oh.-in^, ilioucl  c-iiui.u*    thoui'-j iiuitli   t>0 oluviuii|  went 40 ohaiiiB to point of cumui*  C'liitiiuiii)!.' W'JO ticrtj lu-na or It*:  WALTLH HEDJill  Fnihur M. tUiikiiJ']  DutoJunj-J-llli, 1012,  ������������������*w>wit<,w,w*i>*w*-*tw-''*iiMii>iiiir*iijii !������������������ ���������i-Minmw  NOTICE  Any yiorson or porsoiiH,  romoviiifi or taking   nny  timlitM" or wooJ, of uny dcccl  .ii-loTiguig ty tlm Wellitigij  OAwUmi"!" I*. JI"  C. H TARBELL  wiuM'iwy, Lsuitl IV1 u/'ni''.!*, I!mfiM0O/, tf,n r  Wn .*������ 0,1 ^^Itf^to^1  lu'rmr)' ���������3t\-*\*iit>- <*������������*  liUtii \<ki(  Mttitl'll/'H'.     1  Thero is no better wayaf making %he people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Huff Said."  *������ww4 fyii*i'iil'">vi  %**0.*m*>. ^ i������ - ���������"���������*���������** *'  1 ��������������� %^**.* *****���������*������+**+**������****  f HIGH GRADE STOVES  2 Ami Jll  KITCHEN   .IJTKNSILS1  Sportsmens Goods  MiMl  Genera! Hardware  tion ilftk, iuUiiiU t> uppiy for pormiw-ion  to puidiato iho fullowlii^ d-'ncrit't'd  Iiiuii;���������t.'oiiiin6iii'iii(,' ill 11 post plnuto-1  !W iluii h o������t hmI 40 iliuiii'i uoitli of i\vi, -    ..  iinrili-wo������t tumiT ot lutoM, thtii'Ki v-iut' ilory Co'v., uv from or off  r.Oohn-imiiori* oi- lem, to lot Ml, thonco of the mid Coiijjiauy, ot  i������...',������l.m������,.,u. u'o ,. (,uit houuiUii-y ut t|ppinK mbbish of nriy dc  anywhere upou die w  luii-J will be prosecuted t  extern oi tin,' luvc.  W\ li. Uul-LoO  ��������� Gfii**'!'*! J  Co llie  WOVTi.E.  Ruling on lo-,ioiii'iiiv.B*:  tvA)' ciwa ol tbe Union  Company 1-y any  jwreonl  t|iH uouuimiy   t  lA W), i),(!i)i.!o ,-uui SO yljuijirf jii'jru or lew  CiiAiii.U'. 1'r.NNV   to Im.'ju *lll,   tluiuoii north 40 cliaiun  to  l*-'Khcr  M, i*ia������kiiiH, Av'ut. j ,,,;,,( ���������f (. imiiionoomuut uvntulaiu'*;  W0  uer-**- more or liiii.-i.  WILLIAM ALiiAL'ul' liltaiQlT  l''ii*liiir M,(J������tikiiii, Agimt,  Uiln.liiiia'^Hli, ,'JVi.  ijiil w'iinl I.-4111I lUn'.riet  I'l'iltlCl C\ o.lJVuiii.  TAKKNOTH.X tlivt ('.imrliH Hi-hry  liim', if Knw VfirK, N-V- urutii.ti'Hi  milwiinm, ml nd������ to njiply far p rini-'-iioii  11 p iVfiliwi* the fi-'li'^Uii* il������in:iil-������"l Itnilm  ('yiiiini!i.c:ii'K i\t ������i  p.,ht i-hmtdl  ut* tl 0  M  \    ���������'IIIUl'.'l.l.l'H    |*CV    %a        |#vi.������       |...r.<--.-        -*, ,  not lit fi.i������t tii.ui.il-..{ h't M.!, tiiinoi. .o.lSi ', Wnif ��������� ".!SC'''it (nil) CN-.f-  * .....     ** , .1 : . ..   .  ���������.'0 lm nn, tVii'iir.*' w.nt 'it chiiitni. UiOiico  iKiulti iO (.hirii*., ih'-i'iiii n������-������t t"f> i Ij-.iun 1,n  |ivM nl liiiuiiii'i, ,'i!ii!i:i>l L'<)'.it->jiiii'*- 40  *.rri**������ nii-r-* 011,-*-*-. j  1 HAH'.K-iHI-.N'ItV BU^-Tj  ViAtor V,   (MAii-t, iV"*!'*-  !?*,iwJ*i.v:-jV.. !;:������'    " *     j  |)rnhfl*it*ii.    Employ*'-**  b>c Iff djS'jiifiral tor uiio^l  Uy order  v,\ l. roui^J ehe news, 'Cumberland; b. c  -&������&&&������  Make the Liver  Do its Duty  Nin*; limrs in *i_*n when lhe liver is right the  clo.Tia'.'h mi'i bov.ch are*, right.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  E*Mitly hul firmly ooki  p-! s- i.iry liver lo  du iU Ally gm  Cars:, Con-  Ij)diJSS.^.^������%iSi  tioii,     &$$''  Si ok   ���������.& * _  M.iAdachis, unci Dialreiw after Eating  Gmall Pill, Small Dose. Small Price.  Genuine m*!*-'. bear Signature  -���������..,77     tflCt  Qjsalily, flavour, and  '   jv:rlt*ct coulcing,  combined.  Tlie maximum '  cf iioiirisliment  ,      and palalabllity.  Just lieot ��������� thru serve  iiiiniiuuin trouble  anJ cost.. i     4  ai1  '-'L'.'lR   H0!*nf������*h.  The Ten Damandments  For boiled-down worldly wisdom it  would be difficult to surpass tlie Ten  Demanilineiiln hanging in tho dining-  room used by the stuff o������ a big draper's in iho West end of I^ondon, England.  .1,--Don't lie. It wasf.es my time  and yours. I am sure to catch you  in the end, and that Is the wrong end.  2.'���������Watch your worli. not tho clock.  A long day's work makes a long day  short, and a short day's work makes  my faco long.  _..--!.��������� Give more than 1 expect, and I  will give you more thnn you expect,  i can afford to increase yonr pay if  you increase my profits.  ���������1.���������Vou owe so much' lo yourself  you cannot afford to owe anybody  else. Keep out of debt, or keep out  of iny shop,  fi.���������Dishonesjiy is never an accident.  C'.ood  men,  like good  women,  never J  sro temptation when they meet it.*  0.���������Mind your own business, and In  time you'll have a business of your  own io mind.  T^���������Don't do-anything here which  hurls your self-respecl. An employe  who is willing Itf'sleul for me is willing to steal from me.  .8.��������� It is none of my business what  yon,.do al night. But, if dissipation  affects whnt you do the next day, and  you do half as much as I demand,  you'll last hair as long as you hoped.  91���������Don't toll me what I'd. like to  hear, but. what*I ought to hear. I  don'i. want a-valet for my vanity.* I  want one for my money.  10.���������Don't kick if I kick. If you're  worth while correcting you're worth  while keeping. I don't waste time  culting specks out of rotten apples.  Slighted Johnson  Men wb������- become suddenly rich  should be judged leniently. They  have many temptations from which'  the rest ot us are happily, delivered.  Mr. John Johnson, a man of this class  \va9 desirous to ho known as of a literary turn of mind, and to that end  proceeded to purchase a library. One  of his purchases was an old dictionary, which, being somewhat out o������ repair, was sent to tho binder's. When  It'was returned to tho purchaser he  found printed on its back the words:  Johnson's Dictionary. Tho- slight  threw him Into a furious passion, and  he demand-id of the messenger��������� '   ,  Why didn't you put the full name  on, .lohn Johnson's Dictionary?  from the X Ranch Corral a wall eyed  Pinto Broncho with a. Roman nose  a'.-.d lightning heels. We have issued  & humorous' descriptive circular of  vhis remarkable bronco with illustration.-, ot" his antics. Sent free on  application to any reader of this paper.  This r- the most famous circular ever  p-toted i:i lhe English language. ���������  Move tha:*! half a. million copies have .'  _-alr-ftacyJx"j.i*i-distributed to advertise   our famous Pinto Shell gloves made  from, tough Bronco hides,   For a free  '  copy send postal to  HUDSON BAY KNSTT1NG CO.  Csr.r.ri-.'y Expert Clove and Mill Makers.  MONTREAL.  VggXSSRXtKSBSSSia&ES&atSlBSSXSB^^  taata,-Tyj^<������i3greranTBCW������*^^  Tho Heart of a Piano is the  Action.   Insist bn the  "ottoHigpr.  Piano Action  WATERPROOF COLLARS AND  CUFFS  Soinoi.hliiK   better   thnn   liiu-'ii.   nud   no  Irniinli'V bllln,      Wash    wllh    Sonp    anil  Water.     .All Htorup, or dlroi-l. Svmo. stylo  it ml  M:*'*.      Kpr -ii-.-.   wc  will mall  you.  THE   ARLINGTON   CO.    OF   CANADA,  Limited  53 Fras-sr Avenue,   I oronto, Ontario  REST AND HOT TO MOTHER AHD eHllB. ,  Ml'.H.'WlSSI.'JW'.l SOOTHII*"'*, Rvm'i- linn Isc.ftl  tittc! for ovtr SIXTY Yl'.ARSIiv MII.I.IOKM ol!  JMOTMl'IiS for tlieir CJIIUH'KN WMIT.K  TKKTUINO, villi I'RUl'lvCT MXCTJSH. It  SOOTJIl'S*. lhe ClIII.l), ������������������iOl'TRNS llie C.UMB.  ALLAY!" all PAIN; CUUKt* WIND COLIC, aud  -it,- the iieul rrmrdy fov DIAMItHMiA. it in at*  tmltitrly limirilraii, Bt mrc and nslc for "Mm,  IVinslo'w',*-. vSooiliiti;' Hyiun," nml Hike no other  kind.   Twenty-live wuU a bottle.  Submarine Fiddling  *   Submarine fiddling is the latest device  adopted  hy  the  United   States  navy to mako more effective its means  of communication during time of war.  The phrase tersely describes the  plan employed for ' signalling from  submarine torpedo boats when operating either ou or under, the surface.  On one side of the vessel aro two  steel projections, to' each end of  which is fastened a tightly-stretched  wire tliat rests against the roughened  rim of the wheel.  "When the wheel revolves the wire  is*set in vibration as a violin siring  is agitated when, a how is drawn  across it. The wheel whicli plays  the part of a bow is connected by a  shaft with an electric motor, and the  motor is controlled by a Morse telegraph key. When the key is pressed lhe'���������wheel instantly begins to revolve aud Hie wire is caused to vibrato.  Aiiy operator may use the key pre  cisely as lie would afi~6TamarT~teler  graph key, and vibrations arc set up  in the wire corresponding to tlie dots  ami clashes of the Morse system. The  receiver may be placed under water  off shore and connected by ordinary  telephone wires with a fort or station  on  land.  The Invention was carefully tested  on a submarine torpedo boat at Hampton Roads, and It. was found that the  vibration of the wire could be detected at a distance of five miles, an ordinary telephone receiver being employed to catclt the message, which  was transmitted from a station on  shore.  ** Up and Down  Sho saved bo bite nor sup for him���������  She knew  the  flowing cup  i'or  lilm  Was lmlki'ig bright  The hours oil night    '  While she sat up for him!  lie came'.    She cast a frown o.i him���������  Crushed,was  his top-hat's crown on  him;  And Oh, he would  That he'd heen good  When she sat down on him!  ln all the Swiss Universities women  are admitted as 'matriculated students  and share the same privileges aa  men. , Similar treatment is meted  out to them in France; in Russia, by  a recent decree, no more women are  to be allowed to matriculate, but there  is a different spirit in Finland where  about 500 women students are in attendance at the University of Helsing-  fors. and are oil an absolute equality  with men. In Denmark, Norway,  and Sweden there Is no harrier against  women.  BABY'S BATTLES.  Baby's battles,for health are many.  The precious little life Is in constant  danger from the many ills that afflict  little ones such as constipation, indigestion, colic, diarrhoea, etc., and unless the mother guards her little ones  against theae troubles serious results  may follow., Baby's" Own Tablets is  the best medicine to* fight baby's hat-  ties. They are a mild laxative that  will regulate the stomach and bowels  and will thus ward off sickness-and  will .keep baby happy, healthy aiid  strong. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents ?.  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.,- Brockville,  Ont.  - Wilton Lackage, the player ha,s a  story of an animal show in the west.  Avhe.rc.the principal feature of tlie programme" was hilled" as 'Tlie 'Happy;  Family,' the saiu family consisting ot-  a lion, a tiger, a puma, and a lamb.  Some one*'in1 conversation with the  proprietor of the show asked how long  these animals had lived' together.  Quite confidentially tho proprietor replied;  - About eight months, I think, but  the lamb has to be renewed occasionally.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  ��������� ���������laiiaiiiaiiii ���������-  ���������- ���������- ���������     i -���������������.,���������������.,������. .1 ���������,,���������i  i.ADJMS WANTKH���������To do work at  homo; (lecoriitlng cushion tops; can  ir.cilv- from !?:) to -*i"i pr-r dny; jilo.'innnt  work. Armour Art Co,, Dopt. N. 43  Stcoln   Ull;,,   Winnlpig,  1'-'   llllll    HtOll'll    it   KilW,   illlll   Oil   lllli  Irinl lie told lhe Jiiils'-i tlmt lio only  look il  for a joke,  How fur did ynu curry lr; iiii'iilrci,  Ilio  Jllilf.O,  Two iiilli.,*-, jiiiHwercil ibo pi'lt-onor.  Ah! llmt In currying n joke too far,  wild Uie jiiiljio, nnd lho prl-ioii'ir wim  s'litonrnii io jail for three momim.  No nuil'-T wiui I. tlio Hugo-.* mi"  W'lion Jiff* In   rough   nnd    lull   of  tlllllipH  TIrto'h uulliltis' iha! cun miiooih lho  wny  Llko hol'litif* liauils when lioari*-, too  ii'iimi'i*.  l.ui*, of family Ii'ooh hour Ioiiioiis,  There arc many curious jobs to he  found in London, but few people would  know where to find tho loneliest man  iu Loudon, Knglaud. This is undoubtedly Watchman Gerrard of the  District Hallway, who for many years  has heon in charge of the subterranean passago running between South  Kensington Station and the South  Kensington and Victoria' and Albert;  Museums. The tunnel, which i3 half  a milo In length, Is used by very few  people���������ono por hour, perhaps passing  through���������and on th?ao the watchman  keeps his eye,  Only On-* "BROMO QUININE"     ���������  Tlmt Is l-AXATTVfi HROMO   QUININF*.  Lool; toe tlio Kleii-itm*-- of K. W- GROVH.  Chh'h n. Cohl Jn  Ono  Day,    Cure**  Grip  in Two Dfiyn.    "Be.  ,,,   i        ��������� -1, i.  ,.  Wire Fence With a History  Kveryllilng li'ifi a history morn or  loss, either Interesting or otherwise,  bin, ono Is nol- likely to think ot anything unusually Interesting being as-  Hooliitfil with an,ordinary wire fence,  On a farm about throo miles to iho  norlh of Slnilhavon thoro Ih, however,  ii fence wllh a Houiowhiit Interesting  history. It i������ constriic.led with part  of tho wires which nt. one timo con-  Mooted our coiiiUry with tho Contln-  cut. of AniPrlonV When the present  Atlantic citlih' was laid down tho old  cable was I niton up nnd the wires of  which II wuh composed wero exposod  for siilo, A fiirmi'i', who nl. Hint I tine  (���������coupled one of Iho CnlrndulT fni'ins  In lho (!l*'li*li!t---purelui!!Cd,.a couHlilor-  able ('iinntlly of tho wire, nnd used It  ror foncliiK piirposi,- on his farm.  Tliori) In nothing piirflctilar In the  'ippi'ar.inco of lhe feiico to iittrnct,  the ntioiitlon of tin- eiiHiml observer,  but. tliero It I'.tandH a relic of tlio  ocean--purl of Iho grout cnhln which  at ono linn! ln.v nt lho ocean's depths,  iSlrctcliliiR hclwooii llrltiiln r.nd Amor-  lea, ntid ovor which niosBiigos wore  Unshod���������now senliuv I" do duly In  ���������; ,r .-,,,, u,r> htuls nf tho fn nn.  While* passing an old-fashioned inn  In Scotland some tourists were attracted by an aged bagpiper, who was tooting atrocious sounds through an Instrument that was hoth d.lapidated  and squeaky.  Great. Jericho, Sandy! exclaimed one  in desperation. ,'Why don't you have  your bagpipes repalrod?  Th. old man ceased playing and  looked up in astonlslimont'.  Ilaveft, mon, yo, diniia underslaut.!'  If inn bagpipes wor In good tune the  inn mon wadna give me twa shillings  to movo on,  Ask for Minard's and tnko no otl.s.  EVER HAVE CRAMPS,  NAUSEAJ0M1TING?  ,  THEN   USE NERVILINE.  For Stomach Pains and,. Cramps,   No  Remedy so Prompt aa Nerviline  A Western Experience Related.  "It's in an unsettled part of the  coiuitiy like'our far West that iiroves  how valuable , Nerviilno is hi tho  home," writes air. Patrick AI. Dehau-  ey, from Fort Saskatchewan. "Chills  are frequent���������a hot drink of Nerviline  sends life circuhillns through the body  in three minutes. Cramps or ssuddeu  Illness at, night is one of our terrors.  No druggist or doclor is near, but If  Nerviline is handy you can get relief.  The worst - .imps Nerviline has cured  in my children in half a minuto. I  don't think any farmer's wife has any  right to be without the protection of  Nerviline. Jn our family we uso lt  for .ti hundred ills, and it cures thom  all.- One night one of my kiddies  had earache and (mother toothache.  Without Nerviline no one could have  slept���������1 applied it as directed, and the  children's pains disappeared. My husband uses Nerviiine for lame back,  rheum-.tism, aching joints and all sorts  of muscular pains, lt is* as good inside as outside, ami Is as much a part  of my home as 'my kitchen stove."  ���������You find a thousand uses for a good  family remedy like Nerviline. ' Get  the 50c. family size bottle; it's more  economical Hum lhe 25c. trial size.  Sold by all storekeepers and druggists,  or The Catarrho/.ono Co., Buffalo, N.  Y. ���������  Collector���������Mr. Gibbs, T am sorry to  have to ask you to pay this little bill.  Gibbs���������Are you, my boy? Well, I  can sympathize with you from the bottom of my heart.' I am sorry you  have to ask uie.  A Londoner owning a country place  near the capital engaged a stable boy.  During his last stay at the place the  owned did not see the boy for several  days. Finally, however, --living special* need of tho lad, it occurred to him  that the st able-hand was not exactly  on the job. Where thj deuce do  you keep yourself? demanded the master of the place. I don't believe l'vi  seen you sinco you were engaged.  Have you been asleep all this time?  Yes, sir, was the unexpected response.  I thought thai was what you wanted  sir. What I wauled! exclaimed the  employer, amazed. What are * you  driv.ng at? Well, sir, explained the  TaclTlJtiV"a*dv*ertiseineut-saicl-you-want-  ed a boy of sixteen to sleep on the  promises.  No Place for a Madero  Two of the Madero boys are in this  country, one at St. John's Military  academy, Delafield, Wis., and the other at Cornell. They aro reported to  be thinking seriously of remaining in  the United States. If we were a  member of the Madero family wo  shouldn't return lo Mexico, even it we  had money buried there.  Ssnslble Advice  Why, Henry, she exclaimed, what la  lhe matter with you? You seem excited.  It was a minute before he cou". I  control his voice sufficiently to speak,  I am, he snorted. I .have be&n insulted .  *   How"*"      'ho did if?    And her spirit rose.  By a scoundrel wlio cam into my  oflico this morning. I 'have nursed  my *<,yrath all day, and now I have  come-;to you for advice. What would  you do if a mar were, lo tell you to  go to .lerlcho and slop there?  As ho strode about the ,room ho  kicked over tho table and- a couple ot  chairs.  . W. h, dear, she replied, after the  Impulsive manner of women and with  the utmost sincerity, I wouldn't go.  Then ho sat down and thought that  a good wife's advice was an an:hor  to windward In a husband's most  temptuous moments, '      *'���������",-.  ���������������������������"          i "TiT**.***-* inriiansas  Bscauso they net so gently (no  purging or grlplaj*) yet so A  thoroughly  So Disinterested  Mrs. Gableigh���������-We have such dear  neighbors, and they aro so fond of  us'. Why jtist think! Whon I told  them we wanted to move but couldn't  afford lo, they offered to pay- all our  moving expenses.  Jackson���������Eun*:er has got himself  flito. a nice fix. ' *  Johnson���������How?  Jackson���������He wrote an article on  The Ideal Wife,' for. a ladies' paper  last month,  Johnson���������Well,, what's that got to  do with his present fix?  Jackson���������Somebody told his wife  about it, and she's been reading the  thing over during the past two days,  trying lo discover a single trait wherein his ideal resembles her. She lias  not found it, and "flanker dines in the  city now. <*��������� ,  Ask for  Mfnard'c and  tako  ns  c  A certain broker has' been teasing  his wife about some of her housekeeping arithmetic, and yesterday she  got' her revenge.   r ������   *  What time is ' he asked her after  lunch. Sho took out her purse and  held up a half-crown without a word.  He stared, scratched- his head, and  finally gave it. up.  Anybody who is'up'in figures, she  remarked, sweetly, would at once have  understood that I meant half-past two.  Tl- use of Miller's Worm Powders  Insures healthy children so far as the  ailments "attributable to worms * are  concerned. A higi. mortality among  children in traceable to worms. "These  sap the. strength of infants so that  ���������thev-are-upaI)le.to_miuiiLt'ain the battle  for life and succumb to weakness.  This preparation gives promise of  health and keeps it.  art best for the children as veil as  lhe grown-ups,    25c, a box at  your druggist's.  Killcntt Dm: mil Ch������mlcil C������. ot Cmsdt.liRiItt j  '8 CLEAN, nnd  w SIMPLE������������  4    "���������A.n.u*-  ei in nee of  MISTAKES  if you hho  The Guaranteed "ONE DYE for  All.Kinds of Cloth." ,  TRY IT ������ih! prove It for yoilrncin  ^ Spiii! lor l-Yce Color-Card, Story ftonljct, and lloolc*  let giving results of Dycini; over ollirr colors.  Thi* .loliimon-Klcliardson Co., Llnlllt-il, .   Montrcjl  REAL ESTATE "PROFITS  We'only lirtmllo property ot sterHnf'  merit, on wnir.li we ar������ p'repnred t������  guarantee profits,  "Our WOODIiAWN." ST. 'VITAL,  and "DEER LODGE" proportte* ������r������  cood Investments. Wa want a good  nffcnt to represent u������ in ������versr town.*  For terms apply.  STEWART  HVALKER.  LTD.  Sterling   Bank  Building,  N.'lnnlpej  "Don't -wasto lime wrltlnu U you  do not mean business,"  No Wonder  . Brown  (to Robinson,  who is  reading a telegram with a loolcof anguish  on his face)���������What's the matter, old  fellow?     Somcbod*-' dead?  Robinson (crushing telegram with  both bands)���������No, somebody alive;-  -T_wi n ai___ j   "Visitor���������Now, Fred, if you can tell  me 'what Islo is noted for its great  internal improvements I wiil give you  a shilling;.  Fred    (triumphantly)���������Castor   oil.  (Ho did not get tho shilling).__  The Chicago Record-Herald rclulcB  that* William J, Hums, congratulated  on his success ln capturing lho Muslua  famlly.i.sald to a New York reporter-.  It. Is all a inalter of observation and  analysis. To the good detective ov-  cry slightest action speaks volumes.  I, for example, was onco looking for  a widower, Hut lho nian 1 liad under  KUi'velllanco stoutly declared hlni'self  lo bo n bachelor. One morning how-  over, I Haw hlni pay a bill���������and In do-  Ing so he lurneil his back lo everybody  In the room before taking out, lils poc-  Ivothool*.  ItinUintly I 1-iUl one hinul on his  shoulder.  l'nine with nu\ I said, You are no  ),������-.holor. You uro a widower or a  married mnn.  The eiiHO with which eonm and warts  ��������� ���������im be removed by Ilolloway's Clorn  Cure Ih Uh strongest recommendation.  II    HI'lllOIDS   filllH.  ?iri.'Lln  .yMWWb  -" ���������i,.n.v,;,,, : .'.������������������...,".        '/y  , Jk    ""*/<* ���������^M"""""f f ^    ^B *'  ���������''p************'!      ���������""������       -, ^r    f  mI    r r * '  60c. a box or nix Level for $2.50,  *X all -Utiitri*, or Tht Oodda Mc*)!-  tin* Company, Limited, Toronto,  Canada. "  Doctor uu a ii Mo u.-    i.H.-MiuM-i    it..-'  I lather.)���������AII thi- baby  iviiiitii Is sonic  good milk, and tako earn that It nl-  ' wayii rojnPH from Hid Biinio cow.    As-,  I for'the mothor, thero's nothing really  1 n.r. iivittm- wiih her,   only    n    littlo  wi-akiii't-s, Hi.'ii-'H nil.    And Hhe'll hi-ihi  pick up If h!ii* Iiiih every day noine  underdone heefHti'iik.  Anxlon*-*  Husband-4'roiu tho snnio  ox, doctor?  I    Tourist do native)���������What U thn oh-  'jf-ci "t ���������.iii'-iii'i-.i liitt*vi-.-t hi yum* to".u,  I sir?  i     N.i'.:*.--'    W'.'il, I r-houM .in    Old ?J.������I.  loillOIlH,   till'   IIIOIIrl-li'JHll'1'   l.-l.  i l (tiiihl lia.��������������� iloin* b'ltor ihan i-inny  | you.  i Vou lit'ins .hni (jiicHtion up at In-  , opp.irlun." times, my ilcir. 'r'lip-.otjr-  . *v i.'.^.-c a u-nuUt ���������.'.-i-'My "i-cnlni; uti  : the i-nliinilar to be duvnti-il to ll������ dll-  l*IS,*,rtliil\,  Sii.all Hobfrt. lirul been glvon oyn-  lor stow for dinner, Tho oyHtoru  woro uiuiHiuilly largo and after peering Into Um bowl for soinri lime ho  dually swallowed one. Laying down  his Hpoon ho snid: Mamma, I don't  IH > thom big hoppy touils*.  Willie, HKOil llvo, aid mio day sent  awny from the dinner table for mln-  behaviour. Ho went into tho kitchen  nnd llm maid said:  Willie, I'd ho ashamed lo bn sent  awny from the table, as big a boy as  vnn are.  Will, Units wiiai a leim* gt.-i,*, iy  ui'iin*; Utitii lu u '���������������������������ivueh'T*- "amll,'*, re-  Jollied Uie '.'Mb> fellow.  .��������������� I-.,...,  .i t  Two youiliftil artlHifi Imvlug a MmV  U In I'hllftdol'.liiii, whoroln they not  onlv  work but, loilgo ai'  well,  were  Obliged   111   lliiili'-i   hi ii'i,   in>.      >ur,   ,ihu,  (iiirlui; n period of lluanelnl Htrcan.  with wiieh iiifiilH as they coulil them-  hhIvoh jirepare in the studio,  Ono morning, as tho younger of the  two wnt. 'sketching In' lhe coffee, he  gnvo ulteratii'i! to loud iuul bitter com-  pl.vlsil. ThN- Is n fin'*1 w.'iv for r,on-  llenu.'U to liv<'!  In* evliiluit'd.  Oii, 1 dii.-i'i l:iniw wiih the a I ry complaint nf Vi!-* fr'ii'ii-1. l.iits nr 1'iopli  nrn fnr worse off.      I  was ro.iillng  .01)1*-*'   Ib'i   IlU-Vllli),,   nf  ii   lrd'li-.-.   wlio  lnn������V'i-il tils own bre.il'fast for iilii.-tfoii  ' yrni-H.  *    JI-- nni-1 j.-itr- I.,--, i .-j.-f-..!*V luingry  ".hi'ii ho fliifill'- i'ii*  lr ifo'i-i, i-t'tnliiod  the oHit-'i-. ������avafi������'ly.  !'  NO RHEUMATJSMLAST WINTER  Montreal Man Conquered his Old  Enemy by using GIN PILLS  Mr. A. Bcftudryof 597 Tanet Street,  Montreal, thus expreases bis great  satisfaction with GIN PH-LS.  ���������' It nffordi" uie great pleasure t o in form  you that I liavo used GIN Pnj,S for  about six mouths, and that they have  done mc a great deal of good. X have  bad Rheumatism for a couple of years,  aud last winter I saved myself from it  by usinR OIN PILLS."  50c. a box, 6 for fi.$o. Sample free If  you write Nntioiuu Drug aud Chemical  Co. of Canada, Minitcd, Toronto.      133  Morchant (io detective)���������Somo fellow has been representing himself as  a collector of ours, He's'been taking  in -moro money than any two of tho  men *vo havo and 1 want him."collared  as quickly as possible.   .  ���������Defective���������-All,rifihf. I'll have him  ii*. jail In 1'ss than a week.  Merchant���������Great Scott, man, L A .'t  want, to put him in jail. I want to  engago him.  Customer���������How la llmt clerk of  yours thai. Rot : urt when tho soda  fountain exploded? Druggist-- I'm  sorry to say, sir, tliat he's what you  might call a ftazlcal wreck!  ���������Prospective Employer (perusing reference)���������Na*-. 0 you any knowledge of  lho silk and satin department?  Applicant���������Spent all my life among  'em, sir,  Prospective Kinployer���������And sheets  and blanltotr.;  Applicant (forcibly)���������l.lor.i 11111011*5  'em, Kir!  A young composer has just written  for ii soprano voice a beautiful son?,,  entitled: Would that. I worn young  again. It has boon so much llm-  wasted. Tho woman can't lie found  i who wlll sing II,  Well, how did you succeed with  your first- diagnosis? J)ld you-profit  by my advice?  The Young Doctor���������I think I did,  sir. I fold the patient that ho was  sufferiii;-,* from a combination of liver,  stomach, heart, lung and brain trot:  hie.  Old Practitioner ��������� Good! No cluuic-s  of mistake there.  Now Stella, said tlie minister, who  was dining with tho family, to the littlo daughter, which would you rather  bo. beautiful or goad?  Woll. replied the Utile miss, VA  rather he beautiful, then T could repent later,  Constipation'  i9 an enemy within the camp. 11 -.vill  undermine the strongest* constitution  and ruin the moat'vigorous health.  It leads to indigestion, biliousness,  Impure blood, bad complexion, sick  headaches, and is one of the. most  frequent causes of appendicitis. To  neglect it is slow Biiicide. Dr. Morse ���������  Indian Koot Pills positively cur*  Constipation. They -'are entirely  vegetable in composition and do not  ���������Ickcn, weaken or Er'lie''' Prceerva  your health by taking  Dr. Morse's    **  iBnd'ian Root ^M8  How Concrete  Work Was Made  Easy For You  el  W. N.  U. -J51  Jhit I.nfjrJ hyaur nuur.tttt */  tathfattiry tattrtt* %i*r*  c,f\ Cm* Miint man io ioriii������ ria'at to  tltf pc-lrit.  ���������     Wi!*--'*iii    Why 1*1*11 inn roll you;  e|g  ar-Mi-f"*-?     M<-*'.*������.ni--U*.-l*. ..'.-I rYiju*!*",  JI ni'i-t ia.!..* ������<';:������������������.��������� -t'^i'ii-lH.'. jou I'lio;*,! j  ttms,  UNTIL a few yeari ago farmurj considered concrete ������rather  mysterious material, llial could bc used successfully only by  * .experts. They knew that upon the quality of the cement  depended much of the success of concrete *work. They had no  means of tcstm**; cement, *uch as hip; contractors employ,.ond so could  not he sure of its quality. .1;  Yet the farmer needed concrete. ���������  Mc was kept from using this best ahd most economical of materials by  1, Lack of knowledge of how to mix and place concrete.  2. Lack of n brand of cement upon the quality of which he  could Absolutely rely.  Canada Cement  lias supplied both these requirements.  We employed men to make a thorough investigation of the farmer's  requirements; to find out vhrre and how he could use concrete with,  profit to himself; to discover all problems he might come across and lo  solve them, This investigation was expensive. ' But when it was  completed we had the material for our campaign to show the farmer  how and where to use concrete.'and we printed n book, "What the  Farmer Can do With Concrete," for free distribution. lT������t boolc  makes every farmer who reads it a concrete expert, as far as his needs  are concerned. Me finds that there is nothing mysterious about con-  rretr���������tlmt a f<*.w simple rules supply all (he knowledge required.  At the same time we met the farmers' second objection���������-inability to  test the quality of cement--by producing cement of a quality that  does not need to be tested,  The Canada Cement that you buy by. tlie bag is the iim������ Canadi  C-rment (hat h tnW by thn tMin-Ioad for Rre.it elevators, buildings and  bridges.  Tiiu if ��������� CtUt Ctatut Dtn'tr !��������� T.������r M->l*rUir*i������>M)  Ifyou httvi not ehtaJy <tanr tt, wrifi far tkt <WJ  " Whal t'tf 1'armtr tan it with Ctntrttt."   It it I-'rrt,  Canada Cement Company Limited  Montreal  ;  S<  .1/  ,-*J TI-TF, "rTEW������5. CTTMVTw.fiVTt. V. r.  L  it  pOFs 'PULPIT.  CHRIST ASCENDED  AS HE DESCENDED  Sermon by  CHARLES T.  RUSSELL  Pastor Brooklyn  Tabernacle..,,  Detroit. Mich,, May 4.���������Pastor Russell gave two addresses hero to-day.  We report lho one on Christ's Ascen-'  ���������ion. His text was: "Thou hast  ascended on High, Thou hast led  captivity captive: Thou hast received  gifts for men: yea, for the rebellious  also, that tho Lord God might dwell  among -them."���������Paalili CS:18.  Pastor Russell declared that one of  lho serious errors engrafted into Uie,  Christian faith ia the supposition that j  Jesus is still a man in*. Heaven. He  declined tliat this thought has helped  to turn away many from, the faith in  fhe' premillennial coming of Christ,  and the establishment of His. Kingdom for blessing the world, as" the  Bibles-declares. Many Christian*- perceive that a localized reign of Christ  in^ tho flesh would be far inferior to  a spiritual reign, and hence the-general rejection of all faith iu the  Beoond Coming of Christ and His  Millennial Kingdom.  He pointed out that all Christiana,  ���������irmly believe, that 3'esus was 'a spirit  p-elng before He was "made flesh,  tad dwelt among us." All believe  also Uiat a spirit being is of a higher  order than a human being, and that  jf-esus made a great stoop when' Ho"  laid aside the glory of His pre-human  condition to become "the Man Christ  Jesus," St. Paul's reference to this  was quoted: "Though He'-was rich,"  yet for our sakes He became poor,  that we through His poverty might  become rich." He divested Himself  of His glory and took upon Himself  the Seed of Abraham, and was "found  jin fashion as a man." A man is "a  ���������little lower than.the angels"���������-even in  hiB perfection.  The Pastor declared that no student  '���������of the Bible could suppose that the  iHeavcnly Father has permanently de-  jgrad-d His Son from a station higher  ���������than angels to one lower than angels.  -'Nobody believes this in his heart of  ihearts, and   yet   many   profess   this  ���������very thing.   The ascension of Christ  is elnimed to prove it. .It is absurd  ito suppose that with our Lord Jesus,  ' -accustomed  to the  spirit   condition,,  _ and^made _flesh_kr__th.e_sho_rt_sp_aca.  of ��������� thirty-three   and   a   half   years,  could be. otherwise than discommoded  and seriously dishonored by the Father, if He now has a body oi flesh.  .The Pastor declnred that* mistaken  views respecting the word "nscend"  We Have Erred in Supposing His Flesh Ascended,  Pastor Russell Explains.  helped to confuse Christian   people.  The Apostle quoting and explaining  his text, shows that Jesus' ascension  Js to be considered in conjunction  '-with ilis- descent. He that ascended  is the same who thirty-four years bc-  ���������fore descended, Did tho descending  ���������have nny reference to the kind of  body? Surely not! Then the ascending has no reference to the kind of  body. The descending signified the  humiliation, the leaving of spiritual  glory, in order to bo born in the flesh.  The life of Uie Logos was'transferred Irom tlie spirit body and'became  the life germ of lho babe, that He  might becomo the Man Christ Jesus,  nnd give Himself sacriflcinlly for the  sins of the world. Similarly, the  begetting of the Holy Spirit came to  Jr.������us nt His baptism and during  tlree nnd one half years it gradually  . constitu*.pd Him a spiritual Priwst,  whoso woric it was to "offer up  Himself." That offering ended at  Calvary, when He cried, "it is finish-  ���������rd I" nnd died.  - When on the third day, the Father  raised'-Him from tlio dead, it was  tho Priost that was raised to glory,  honor and immortality, nnd not tho  animal, or human, body which He  had sacrificed. As it is written, "A  body linst Thou   prepared Mo"   "for  * the suffoi'ing of death." That fleshly  body was never iiitended to bo on  incumbrance throughout ctiViiity,  upon the Only llogolten of the. Fu-,  thcr. "Ihi ilielh no more," nnd trier*!-  fore bus no further use for tho body\  * ot tlcsh. ** ���������  What boefliiic of tho fleshly body,  tlie Pastor would not undertake to  say. It wns not scon in the tomb.  Wc know it was tho soul, not the  .body, that wii3 ruined to life. "Thou  wilt uot lenvo My soul ln Sheol"������������������  in Hndes-tho tomb, "Thou wilt not  Buffer Thine Holy One to see corruption."  We must remember three IhingB in  tJoiiiiecllon with this subject*, mid  tlm Pastor. The followers of .Jeaua  wore required to hnvo full faith (I)  Tlint Jesus was Uio Logos, who hml  doseendod from tho spirit piano lo  the human; (2) That lie lint! died  ���������jncrMcinlly; (3) Thnt God rniadd.HIni  from tlio dead, tlnlcsfl there point*  ���������that God rniRed lilm from the dend,  and that Hn nfccnded to llmvoii.  "where He wns before," were fully  Mtnl'llsliod in tlin minds of the Apos-  tle-i, tlioy would not bo in a At condition lo ivnit.lnito to lie the disciples  of .Jesus. On tlio other linnd, they  wo it; uiMbic to lucv'hc ipiiituftl lIAiig.-.1  until uflcr the splrit-brgelliiig at Pun-  teoo.*-t. Hence tlio instruction given  thom must necessarily be along enrtli-  ly linos,  Let us suppo.*-** that Jesus Iind not  appeared hi Die llcgu ult-M* Hjs rosur-  Motion. Suppose tlint lie hnd np-  ���������pesred ns Ilo did to Saul of Tnrsus-  ���������s n jjrent light shining from Heaven,  above tlio brightness of tho sun, and  ���������polcori to them.   Whnt proof would  These proofs were His repeated manifestations to His disciples, during  the forty days between His resurrection and His ascension. These appearances were so circumstanced us ���������  to leave no doubt that they were j  miracles, such as previously had been  wrought when angels appeared in the  flesh to mankind, ���������  During the three and ono half years  of His ministry, Jesus had nover appeared miraculously to His followers, ,  had never vanished'out of tlieir sight*. '  It is not a quality of human nature  to appear in a room while the doors  are shut, or to appear in the garb of  a gardener, then in that of a traveler,  and at" other times, bearing thy  wounds of, His crucifixion. All these  things demonstrated the great change  whicli had occurred. !  After   the forty days   -were' ended, !  Jesus ascended up whero He was be- i  fore.    As' His resurrection body was  a spirit body, His ascending would  not have, been visible, had/Ho not for  their sakes appeared   in a body   of  flesh and blessed them, and'ascend-'  ed with that body until a cloud re-:  ceived   Him.   Then -* the   flesh-body, ;  created   for   that   special   occasion, :  ceased to be.   It ,was just a3 when an '  angel  appeared to Manoah  and his '  -wife.    After talking**with them, the,  angel ascended in   tlie flame of  tlie  altar, and the human body, created  for the very purpose of the manifestation, dissolved into gases.   So it was  with Jesus,  Jesus' real ascension was His assumption of the Heavenly glory. The  disciples 6aw very little of this, but  what they ��������� did see fixed in their  minds the great fact that their Redeemer would not manifest Himself  in the flesh again." Our Lord ascended where He was before, except that,  as the Apostle declares, He was received to superior distinction. He  was seated at the right hand of Divine Majesty, as stated' in the prophecy, "Sit Thou at My right hand  until (the time come when) I (will)  make Thy foes ..Thy footstool."���������'  Psalm 110:1. * ".,     .   '  The Logos left His glory, .tliat He  might deliver the world from the  -power-of-sin-and-deathi���������The-primary-  step neceissary to talis end was His  own death, the Just for the unjust.  The time was set when Satan, the  prince of this world, should be' bound  for a thousand years, and his' captives in sin and death released. The  only thing remaining' to be done was'  that the Church class should ..be developed. The period for ..their development was so fixed that it should  be accomplished by the time Satan's  ernphe would bo due to fall.  Having this in mind, we grasp tho  poetic declaration of our te.xt--that  Jesus ascended on High, leading a1  multitude of captives. First in tho  list "of captives released were thoso  disciples of Jesus who received Him  at tho First Advent, and who,were received of tho Father. Others of the  same class have followed all down  tho Gospel. Age���������all conquerors of  self, all victors through Christ.  The picturo bids us look away down  into the future, and for a thousand  yoar-s seo tho thousands of million?  of Adam's race returning from bonds  of sin and death. It bids us realize  that they will all have a full opportunity to recover the perfect human  nature, the earthly image of the Divine Father���������except such ns' shall refuse the liberty of tlie sons of God,  and perish with Satan, as the adversaries of God.  St. Paul specified tho gifts secured  for the Church by hor l-tednemor,  saying, "Ho gave some, Apostles;  nnd some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors nnd tench-  en*; for the perfecting of the saints  for the work of tho ministry, for th-1  edifying of the Body of Christ; till  wo all como in tho unily of the faith,  and of the knowledge of the Son of  Cod, unto a perfect man, unto the  measure of the clatuni of the. fulness  of Clirist/'-Kiihesiiins -J:!MS.  These urn the gifts of the Lord  Jesus during tlie Gospel Age. After  tlio Body of Christ has boeii perfected iu tiio First Resurrection, the  Lord's,1 blessing will extend lo the  non-elect vorld, as indlcnted by the  prophecy, "Yea, for the rebellious  also."  The blessings yet to como to the  world \\i.ll ba wonderful. They will  include'the binding of Satan tor a  thorn-mid years, the restraining ot nil  ���������evil influences, and the inauguration  of tho Kingdom. Tho (rifts of tho  Lord to tho world will be, in part.  His own Kingdom for u thousand  yenrH���������the urontosVboon, the pre n tot* I  blflssinir, thnt1 could jwssibly bo im-  Hginod. *   .  Another gift of Christ lo'lho world,  will be the Church in glory. Thes**  then nssoninlod with the Brent lie-  occrner will uo hupvi vising uiiiUi'b  ttUidr-', ovcithrowing r-vorytMn? Mint  is contrary to Divine Love nnd' Justice, and blessinif all who comn into  full accord with tlio Lord,  by sunermg   with. Jtlim   to   become  joint-heirs   in   His   Kingdom,    Then  Ho gave, us the various gifts for our  j development.    Not all appreciate the  . gifts of   the   remote   past.     Not   all  ! realize that the writings of ihe Apos-  j ties constitute lhe Key to the. Bible.  i*.   Jesus' words wero not so intended.  They wero therefore uttered, in para--  j hies and dark sayings.   J esus\ teachings are made luminous to us through  iithe Holy Spirit given to the Apostles,  j just as Jesus promised.   (John 16;13.)  j This   was   accomplished,   not .by   a"  miraculous  operation  upon each in-  ! dividual, but through the gifts of U13  l, Spirit.  i. Of the gifts specified some were  I general; others were particular. Thus  the Church still' hns the gift of  teaching given to the Apostles for  our blessing. Thus we slill have  pastors and teachers, to assist- the  Church  to  an  uni-jerstandiii'/ of  lhe  BANANA DESSERTS,  THE MILITANT CHIEF.  . ������nd  Divine Word and to the, proving"of all '  things by that Word. And this was  to continuo until all the Church shall  have been edified, built up, and the"  Body of Christ shall have been completed: Moreover, each member of  tho Body hns need of this edifying  work, thut ho may be qualified for his  place in the Body, According to the  Apostle's explanation all those gifts  of the Spirit are of the Lord, exercised .throughout this Gospel Age under,, the supervision of our glorious  Head and Master���������Jesus.  Other gifts of the Spirit were local  and temporary; gifts of miracle-:,  tongues, interpretations, etc. The  early Church contained - not many  great, wise or learned. Few of them  would have been capable of reading  the Bible, if they had had one. Few,  -if any, of,the little, classes,- wore possessors of the Old Testament Scriptures. These could be heard read  'every Sabbath in the synagogues, but  not otherwise. They were kept* very  sacredly guarded, and especially wen-'  they refused to heretic**, as the Jews  th-ught the Christians to be.'  The New Testament Scriptures, we  must remember, were not written until a considerable time after Pentecost, and it wa3 not* until lhe close  of the first century that they began  to be collated, and two or three centuries before the question was finally'  decided which Books ��������� should constitute the canon of the New Testament.  We may suppose that even then  these were reverence more as ��������� lieir-  'iooms than us the.only existing Divinely inspired authority. The doctrine of Apostolic succession came in  aboiit that time. Not having Scripture, and realizing that the power to  work miracles had descended as-- a  kind of legacy from our Lord to the  Apostles, ninny were led to believe  this doctrine almost, instinctively, and-!  to rank the living bishops as equal j  to the Twelve Apostles.       - ' '.  Moreover, to ��������� receive instruction 1  from a living teacher is always easier j  "than _to_recerve"ltT f fom~1 iie~sl"ully~^i���������  a book. Therefore the writings of the ;  Apostles���������and indeed of all'the Bible ;  ���������fell into disuse, lo'the injury of the"!  Household'��������� of Faith. A greater ap-j  precaution ot the gilt*which thc'J-ord 1  had poured out upon His followers-- ���������  tho Holy Spirit, and the fruits which ���������  that Spirit developed, joy. peace. \  faith, Jove, etc���������would have ��������� kept,  thom from such error. They would  have been more appreciative, of the j  inspired Record, and correspondingly J  less appreciative of the uninspired  words of all other men.  We see, however, that under existing conditions at Hint time���������the absence of Scriptural writings���������the gill*  bestowed nt Pentecost (visible manifestations of supernatural power!  were very essential to the early  Ol.u'rcli. Well, would it have been for  tliem "and their Miceesjors it, after  having made use of these I'-iirnculou**  manifestations nt lhe beginning of.  the Ag?, nnd being -prepared, hy ihem  for tlio written Word, they laid further appreciation the im*K*rtnnco nf  lho Word of tho l>,rd through lhe in-,  spired Apostles. This would hiivi  guarded them from grievous error*;,  which are still troubling the Lord'*,  followers,  Quito n dis-Unction is to bo observed between the giils of thi- Spirit  and the fruits of the Spirit, The gilt-*  won* tho,--������ niirnculdu? power* already  explained, and tho Fpucinl gifti oi  Apojlnlic qualification. But ll)-1*-"''  gift.-- gradually passed away, as God  had foreknow 11. histoid, the Lord  looked (or'the Iruits of the Spirit,  which thu loyn! aiid obedient nro in  cultivate. -   '  All who hnvo received the impartn  tinn of the Lord's!  to  c  .;n   ���������-,      gilt.** were expected l������ i'"i' them. Th-i  i fruit5 ninst evidently are higher gills  ' in God'**' psiimnlioii. and should bn-in  ours.   )>rtieitly   let   us   dci-ir*.*-   Ihu  Iruits of thn Spirit.   Tin-*-' run the ru-  ult aba of the great wilt be-di-wed  had iiscoudcfl.   They nr.'  These     Recipes*    Are     Delicious  Bound to Bo  Liked. J1      *  Banana Charlotte.���������Line the bottom  of a plain mould with a layer of lemon  Jelly and decorate with strips of neatly  cut angelica aud candled cherries.  Trim the required number of lady fingers and line the sides of the mold so  that they tit closely. Beat up three  eggs In a basin nnd stir In two cupfuls  of boiling milk, sweetened with three  tnblcspoonfuls of sugar. Return this to  the saucepan,' add one heaping table-  spoonful of powdered gelatin which  lias beeu dissolved in half a cupful of  boiling water, ono tcaspoonful of vanilla extract nnd stir ovor the fire'  with a wooden spoou until lt thickens.  Remove from the (Ire, add the pulp of  four ripe bannnns nud when cool fold  in one cupful of whipped cream, Just  before the mixture sets pour it Into tho  prepared mold nnd place it ou Ice to  form. Dntnould the shape carefully ou  a cold dish and serve.  Banana Tartlets.���������Souk eight table-  spoonfuls of chopped cocoauut In sufficient milk to cover, beat up till smooth  and the thickness of butter, then add  three tnblcspoonfuls of melted butter,  four beaten yolks of eggs, half a cupful  of whipped cream, one leaspoonful ot  vanilla extract nnd the stiffly beaten  whites of two eggs. Peel twelve bananas and rub them through a sieve,  then add to the mixture. Line gem  pans with pastry and fill with the mixture; bake .in a hot ovon for ten minutes. Beat up the whites of two eggs  until stiff, then add bnlf a pound of  confectioner's sugar and' one table-  spoonful of cornstarch and mix -well together. Put a ttiiu layer over the tartlets and put them in tho oven to dry.  Banana Custard.���������Peel six bananas  and' pass through a sieve; add two  lablespoonfuls of sugar, four well beaten eggs, two "cupfuls of millc* and one  tcaspoonful of lemon extract; pour into  a buttered fireproof dish and bake till  eet in a moderate oven. When cold ornament wilhfCherries cut in halves..  Mr  AN EFFECTIVE. WRAP.  tt Is Quite Strikingly Draped Below the  Hip Line.  -The dark blue velvet which forms a  eollar  and   border   trimming  in  this  wrap of shrimp pink brocade Is a most  Spirit are espi'.cted  iiiiuult.'M, tiio fruits of Hi-, Spiill,  in 1110.**;> who Iir.**!, received tlu-  Pnnkhurs!  Has a  Long  Record  ot Prison Terms.  Regardless of whe'lu-r equal suffrage-  is good or bad, no woman occupies a  more prominent place in current his*  lory than Mrs. lCmmeline Bniikhurst.  hy far lhe most, prominent llgure in  the turbulent campaigns ��������� waged by  Knglishwomen for the rig1'1; to vote.  Her sentence to three years at hard  labor on a chnrge qf inciting a bomb  explosion at tho home of David Lloyd--  George followed her sixth arrest.  Kach of the other five arrests grew  out ot an ntlempt to servo "the  cause."  In February, 1003. iMrf-. Pnnkliurst  was sentenced to six weeks' imprisonment for leadint a raid on the House  of Commons. She served thenw!iolo  sentence.  In October,; 1908. she wnsi-sentcnced  for three m-onllis for inciting to tiot..  She was released n few weeks before  the senUnee expired.     *���������  Two years later she was arrested  while heading a deputation of 400 women who were demaudi'*,* nn interview with the I'riiiie Minister. No  charge was preferred, however, and  she. wis  released.  ..When militancy began to. mark tii.*  suffragists' operations enily in llili'  Mrs. J'nukhursl wn-* sentenced, to twn*  months' imprisonment fur window  .Miin.sliing.  While she was ?ervimr that sentence  she and {\er daughter, Mi-*s Cliristnbcl  Pnnkliurst, Avith Pelhick , Lawrence  and Mrs. Pelhick Lawrence, were  charged with conspiracy ii\connection  with the, general window smashini-*  laid on" Oxford, 'Regent and Bond  street shops, London.  Miss Pahkhurst, escaped arrest ancl  went inlo exile in France. The others  we're sentenced to nine month.**'  imprisonment. 1 ���������  Mrs. Pankhnrst' went on a hunger  strike, aud after five weeks all thro.*  were released. * ,'  Last February Mr?. Pankhnrst wn-  arrested on a charge of "inciting to"  commit malicious destruction of pin-  porty" in connection with the bomb  explosion at' Lloyd-George's new homo  al Walton Heath. She was committed for'the'Mny assizes of the Surrey  county court, but refused to proini-e  good behavior and wns sent to Hollo-  way jail.  .- Shortly afterward the case ..waj  transferred to Lhe "central criminal  court, London, and set for the Aprs1  assiz.es.  Mrs. Pankhurst's sentence, April ���������'���������  ���������did not dismay her or her follower.--.  While other suffragists rioted   in  lhe  ,! courtroom she was led away declnriirj  that she would soon bc out'of prison.  dead  or  alive.  ' She went on a hunger strik: im-'  mediately on entering prison, accenting to her jailers, calmly refusing to  eatr"the iuod���������that-vvas~"piace(.i��������� 1 n���������hereon, Rumors that she wii**. forcibly  fed have been denied- by the prison  officials.       *   '  A startling subsequent incident was  the receipt of an anonymous letter,  threatening death, by Justice "���������'���������'ir  Charles Montague Lush, who imposed  the three year sentence on Mrs. Pank-  hurst:' The letter was turned over to  Scotland Yard, and .a strong bodyguard was at once assigned to'accompany Justice Lush when he left his  home or. his courtroom.'  SPRING GLEANING.  1        1  Now Is the Time to Consider Us  Many Problems.  SOME   THINGS   THAT   HELP.  Work Made Eaay If Gone About Systematically���������Kitchen Closets and  Pantry Require First Attention.  Sweep Carpets With '  Uegln the work of Uiorongnty cleaning a  room, by dusting und  rnbbliijc  up all the articles of furniture which  may easily be removed from the room.  Pictures nnd oriinuieiits should bc tnlt- '  ���������ii down and dusted aud put aside. If0,  the curtains and draperies aro uot ens-  ily reiuovnblo they should bo looped  aside or else be covered ns weli as possible with large squares of muslin,  -which nre kept for' this, purpose. The  heavier pieces of furniture also should  be covered.  Whore there Is no vacuum cleaner  the ordinary corn broom will answer  very well.  Always sweep wllh.the pile,of the  carpet', never across or against It.**  After tho room has been thoroughly  swept slip ji clean liuuncl cover "over  the broom nud proceed to brush ceiling  nnd walls. The rule is to work from  abovo downward.  1 After the walls are brushed the wood"- ���������  ���������work should be gone'ovcr with dusters.  If there nre any" finger' marks they  should be removed Grst. This may be  done'very effectually with a cloth dipped in kerosene nnd then wiped dry.  Never use this near lire.*  The curtains may be brushed or shaken, aud then the windows should be  cleaned. Wipe the shades, using a  very clean cloth for this work.  Tho sheets whicli cover the furniture  remaining tn the room should now be  removed completely and the furniture  dusted and rubbed up where necessary.  It should uot require polishing���������thnt is.  if average care Is, taken of* it���������ofteuer  than twice during a season. , Clenii  mirrors ahd the glass doors of bookcases. The chandelier's must not be  overlooked. The metal parts may be  wiped with a cloth dipped in cotton-'*  seed'oil and then wiped dry.-  The pictures and ornaments may now-  he replaced, and then turn your attention to the floor. ������������������__  , If this requires a thorough polishing,  which is hardly likely, wipe over with  Ancient Grain. |  An account of the attempts to grow  corn from wheat grains discovered in  the  tombs of Egyptian  mummies  is  given in "Knowledge,"   All these attempts   hnve   failed,   niid   recent   ie-  marches   suggest    that,    while    the  power   of .germination   in   wheat  or  barley is little affected for five yearn.  j after that period  a rapid loss of  vi-  , tality sets in.   Considerable chemienl  j change was detected in the  mummy  wheat, which is probably .1,-tOO year.*'  old.   It hnd lost two per cent, of its  moii-lure, and with thnt its vitality.,  When (.���������rushed tho Hour was very irritating   to  tho   nostrils, ���������  i.nd   smelt  strongly of bitumen���������the preservative  u*>od to embalm the mummy.   It wa?  nlso markedly acid.   Ivxaminod under  the micro?*''*-!*-'* its   particles   differed  entirely from tho'o of modern wheat.  When  trealed with  water  it gnvo  a  thin   paste  without  any  strength   nt  dough, ' I  r  niter  lOSU.-i  .ndireet gi(l.������, however. In i/iving in  n l-nowk'dl'i! nf the Tiutli, ihrough  the merit ol Jchii**, the Fnthcr prepared tho wny by which wc might  develop tliive fruit-*,  an 1 thus becomo  eopifi  of III  roil.  n������tlres In Vercc.  'lling his fi'llow-rnenibi'r*'  llu.' Ar-putria Urban Cnnnpil thnt he  (iking   re-elect inn   nt   the  forthcoming 'SonlM-t,    Mr. -lohn  I'nt-  '    '   lhe.  fijllowiil'r  Another channel of bleE6in������ lo tho  world will be tho Ancient worthlra,  who wj)1 be made prince* 11*1 nii tiiu  earjJv. Thoso will constituto thu  onrthr^-bJirftsi? of thn Ilcovonly Kingdom. Under tho nil-o of vightoous-  ucii every ������vll deed will-bo promptly  punished, and every good deed will  nnd  reworded.  they have had thnt it was tho same I tie promptly blessed  JtaiiA v;ho la,d died?   Kow v:guI<4 "l* I "When the Judgments of the Lord nro  incisngo o( HU reiurrqclion and (**������  ���������jenslon been conveyed to th^ir mirifh*  Jlvldeiitlj* it wns necwary thnt uomo  cular demonstration should bc mndo  to constitute the ba������i������ fcr their faith,  ind oqri.  WW  .*���������  v. as   nut  icoillin*.' i!'iiit''M,    air, .nm  tlliHiui  recited  lhe,  follow mjr line* nl  tin* ln.-'li m"i'!i!iK of llu* eminc'il* \  1'drewell,-my   friend?;   Iiik \\i-.l.   my  t,  Mv i*!*iU'p to t'.H-i-p, iiiy love tu ttioi-p. |  Nu i.'iuUiIy luu**u** tne ill* . i.h i77,    (  How lniisr I've wit-liul to miy laiewd!  Trylnp; to flevlvs S.itte' , I  'J lire, eaten of "suttee"   ������i*!f-imnvi-  llltlOll   Ol   II   ihnii'u'i    III..-.    ���������'.'-    *"'!  the dorUh oi hnr husband- -arc* repelled in Calcutta.  In one can? 11 womnn throw berM-lf  ou tho.funeral pyre of her hunhnivi  and wnij eoriout-ly burnt-d, Two other  women both saturated tlwir cloth**"*  with oil nnd m-tr flro fn tiicrn'olvt"  with fstol ro������ull*-,  effective note, the rich blue color lutr-  inoiilzliiK woll nlso wllh Iho delicate  Khrinip plnl* of tho brocade. j  Short wraps of thin hdi'I nro tho crnzo  Just now, mid (lie ilnipory nf till1* ifiir* ;  iiieiil nt tho hip Im ilecldi'illy moilUli.  Ways to Snve.  A i.'lolli dipped In iiiiinionlii will oftun  remove tlio Mnlim from tlui collnr of nn  overcoat,  Whip crnnm In 11 pltchnr Instead of 11  howl to do It In half tho time uud without spntterliic  Pn rath 11 rubbed on (hu lieeln of Mo'ek-  Inn**" will eiuiKO them to lust much long'  or without weiirliic out.  To cli'iii) plnstor rirnniiiciit**. hii-Us,  1 viiuom, ell.'., dip In clenr Ntnrch mixed  wllh witter,   When dry brush off,  I'M'.1. :, i',':*. II:".1," ���������*��������� n,r ��������� - ��������� '��������� r" (-.-n--  ' Ivittle thnt non tn In** poW'm, nnd ihl*������  1 inny mivo iriiulf mlf*tnl(i������K when seel;-  , In j* nioillcliin*- In tho dark,  Cat 27 Years Old. ,  Ti-,*cr,   iho   remarkable  cut.  of "the*'  Client IviHlern   Kaihvny   Co.'h Kood**  shrth nt Peterborough, I'-'j.. who i*?  leputcd   to    bj    nbuiit   twenty-seven  yenrs old, is peacefully ending n life  crowded with rnt extermination nnd  other happy incidents,   Few cuts live  much beyond fourteen or fifteen year)'. 1  l-urinf,' her loin,', life Tij-er is (-aid tn  havo killed thousand*-*, of rats.   She ii t  (n litdit tnbhy, nnd came Li the shed.--!  'for l-pfiiRo diirln*;' a Urn at 11 llmbtir  yard elofie by over twenty-fix  ypnr.������  iiffo,   bavins* ' been   driven   from   her  homo in a timber-t'tnek hy thn fliunep.  When she dies she will leave n mini*  croud progeny of over 200 tn jiicecnd  la-r.  Cannibals Dying Out.  ' . The I'enple of lhe Solomons (the  f'Hiuiibiil IhIhiiiI*-) aie rapidly deeren*5"  ing in niiiiibpm, Dr. W.' Thorold  Qunile, medical ollleor in the island**,  divl/irei tlint the deerenso in pomi-  Int ion in due to the fact'that, trill*-!  , wnrfnrn hns reused nud lhe nntive,- no  lotirrer kill nun another. 'I'hi-i wnrfnrf*  u?od to limp tiio unlive ut ituu en.  1 ih*i.*lic. '.'hit lin,-) ).;n-. Ii_.-'!jii !.'t*'y  nud inert, nnd the rnee i������ fni>t. dct-erlor-  Htimr. and wins likely to die out in  -cmir.-'fi of time.  n~c 1 oiiTTiTppcdlTi the crudTToTraiulXlco^'"  hoi mature. Inking precautions, ot  cpurse. not* to run-any risk from lire,  and then follow this up wllh a clean,''  dry cloth, rubbing' vigorously. u A  weighted polisher may be used f,or this  work. This may easily^ be made 111  home, using a brick or iih old flatirou  with a limine! covering. Never use water on a hardwood polished floor, Tin  result, will bo most disastrous 10 the  llnisli.  Before cleaning n bedroom remove  the bedding nnd if it Is possible put it  out to air, After straightening closet1-  iuul drawers cover tho large pieces of  furniture as was dcino in tho 11 lira ry,  ltemove tho mntlress cover nud spron-i  11 sheet of muslin over the bod. Take  up the'suiall rugs. Willi 11 light sllcl-.  or a rattan carpet boater boat tho mnt  tress. The sheet whicli covers it should  bo moistened to-hold down the dust,  llolh sides inust bo boil ten. If lhe  mal Irons can ho boa ten out of doors If  should bo done.  In tho,kitchen tho closets and pantry  will require first attention. Tho shelve,'  Hl'ioulil ho thoroughly washed nnd allowed to dry before lho utensils nro re  placed. This Is n good time 10 take  nolo or tho content'.- of Jiii-h and boxes,  milking 11 list of tliOKu supplies which  nre running low,  The walls iiroimd ulnk and nujgo may  require washing, ns they nre mnn.' apt  to become soiled than the other iinrt.s  ol' the rouin,  I The range should be given 11 thorough  polishing onco In iwo weeks, This will  V-n found quite often enough, provided  ���������> little ear.. Is taken of ll dny by dny.  UK..  abroad in the earth, tbe inhabitant*  will l"trn ri-jbtfoujuips-i," arid "Kvery  Imeo shall bow and every tnncuo oon-  fe"ut we are ipeclally inl������er.t������I in I t,r^m������V-pSeW VS int'h.'  i.������ eu,.���������i,   m������iiM,i uw" *er \% niAKii!tf micii n lu-i.'-ti wiui uu  Good Evldeni*.  Jap-ineM Wall Poper.  It In until Hint mil;ndu wull pnnen*  with tho dainty .fiipnncHo treatment,  will bo popular this noimon. when lhe  now nttrnctloiiM In wall pupon* hnvo  been liiiinrhed, which Is nenurnlly In  llm early nprliii*. Tlio bhtek buck-  Krniiiul pnpori* nro very doeonillvo nnd  are rapidly snliil-.K tat or horc I'olluw-  Inn thla como (ho beautiful tnpentry  tftfo.'At In -a*-, 11 imper,  Tho Gint'.t fJook.  Among the'old customs Unit hnve  boon revived |q Hint of having 11 ,<*po"  clnI book 111,1110 luniie in which Is In*  ���������scribed the minio of each guest who  Hpends 11 night or more under oiiu'h  I'ouf, and soiui) people even put down  those who tnkn 11 iiioiil there nnd thoso  who call,  Tho guet-r, 11111 y Inscrlbo his iinni-n  liltnself, lhoreby lenvlng his hiitngrnpli,  or tlio liu'-l or lioulfiiM, if preferiod,  mny write ll himself or hcrHelf, so  thnt the writing wlll be uniform  throughout tho book.  Rook a iluslgnoi! especially for UiIh  purposo ni 11 y he found tn the Ntatlon-  cry Hhops, bound liinxpenRlroly In cloth  or lent hor. Hut If one desire* to v'poiid  n llltlo morn money nnd mako tho  guo.it book finite orlarlnnl 11 nd a thlni*  of ben tit.v ono tiuty hnvn a hand tooled  cover, li.imiiiuiuU (iiasin or coppur  hliigci* nnd ovuii n key to mnke tt look  llko tlio ancient one* thnt wer������ uxprl  In oldnn time**.  God's gifts to the Church, iccured bjr'i lmron}'  "Judging  I  Incldftiittuh, tlicrn were givtn thfm    <,Ur Uodccrner's victory over iln nnd 1  uriou* riroof* Hint Ho wai no lonsrr , dc������th.   Ho nude it posiible tor ui ���������. ���������   "'"**"* \lii������Vr*ait'ti.*\ tu hfr 1  ft tttsh VeUis - that ITo 'iod   cirp^r! '      ��������� "���������- ������-i^--#-11���������.������  .-j 1. "������*n>mon������ Weu tuiatutt-i v> nn. 1  ������������������nerd ������. como'.cto chune-* ot n������tur������,  to becatiib W% MoUUp followi-rt, snd '^^jJi >uy wj"  Stiffening Old Hslrbruitm.  Old lullI'lin'.'ihi'*' wlileh hnvo beeoiim  by  tbo grfiit nuinbir rl   ioft run bo mini** ������pi!lp luird nnd firm  by dlppl'itf iheiu In 1 iirong noliitjnii  . cf alum  Bonus For Farm Worktri.  Lord Knylfiigli, wbo employs I'M) men  on hi'* I'sscx fnrm*-, toimo timo oro  introduced n bonus ityr.tonri to cnoonr-  fip;n his rmployes tn Invest their uov-  ing** in tho fnrnif*. The turn oi ������3,700  now stnnds to their credit, nnd the  amount for the year jti't rioted to be  pnid in bijiuiiii'.**, protlt-*, imd intcrc-tt  enme to ������1,000.  Rome'i QormariditliiK.  The de-clino vl.'JlAM0*--) comijicnccp  nh"ii i;orninn(lii.inir bcttini. Konifei  coUhfiXJ ws* well under wiy when  ���������lnvf-1 wifto thrown Into the ������tl piti  to incrtme th ��������� flavor cf the ������ll������.  For ritngmo Pictur-������������,  Whon n wnll In so soft thnt It itHi  not hold n picturo null mlr a Unit  plnsier of pari* In a tesctp, tohtift  tlm hole to a fnlr sir* and itltrt tbi  plnitor nnd, n minute utter, tb������ titU  nnd let It dry,   Tho nail will ba p-tr-  f-fctlj- iooui'8 lifter It hns dried  Cltanlng Wlndawa.  If, vrlsdowi are elaoi/l with Tittk.  ���������r*������������r nnd wnt������r thty -frill b������ brtfMlf  nnd it*-f cienn tonctr thu If tluui  uith wrtUr ilcno, P������HA U HHJmi  wit with uH llm fWtf/ ' t^^^v&jfes&ap -r&aft ^rvteu^  :W-ri'**^'**^������"i^-*-^^ ���������*-*���������* ^*^***^ft"������**mMf*>i iii^[i������������**Pi,i-*-'*******������-******i'������i"iiw--ali������"'iiii i ���������ium *������ m n  '������������������^������������������������������������'^������������������^���������������������������^���������'iW-w-Wi *iT t-**faWia*i* Wi ���������*%.i***>*l|i������ *���������*���������.***���������***��������� i-t'*-*-- H"!*'!1*������*��������������� *��������� **!������������������<*���������*������������������ **T -w-imr-WrUfci^S^ ���������w-t-'-taW'-iW-^^ m h'^i^n  1  5'  7-1  >wrronmn*mmnmt ������m*****v**ami**wip'm&*������Mm***w*w*j*i*w**M.*JiJiintia*u nmrnptii **rt  ,        , ,^t*������M������i%1A*V**������4*-**.J������/T,,,^K  ";C0f Lilt|3|  s  A*?  '4;  .[UliSV STOCK "of, the ;iV  H  and  (iofisnsS nt;P(')PU  ..J^]!^*' STOCK of, the ;iViOV(\.in .well .as.^oi'tt.',d patterns  >uCAr*iI..PRicE.s !'. . .'. . ..".  ��������� Our stock of .F u n) i tu re.   H ousc>fu r-  .ni.���������������!lines',    Bccls,   etc.,   .etc. :is   aways.  ���������I * complete and prices -lhe -best.   ������������������  I Try a -Fawcctt Ranije ; thev   ;u;c  always sari.sl;>Gtorv.  ���������^Br-H*'. ^W-H: ,-v*':'VVMK-r>i-w.;r AW'0. <">V^T^^SVl':(HHi������01^jl^":  Teiu-ers-.lill not be considered unless  .uirule mil,on the , forms supplied, sinned  \yitii,lh'c,actual .sit-nnuirepf.ihe tenderer and ci closed in. the envelopes fumi  ���������-hi'd     '   '    '      ''    "  'J'hc imvest or'.iny ler-dcr nol necessai  iiv accepted. ' ''������������������'.       *"'���������'*  J. E.'GRIFFITH,.  ,,Public Woiks'Enyiiiecr  Pcprirtment of Public Works,  Victoria,!JJ.'C.��������� July. 7th,, 191,3.-  jjyi6 '' ''   '     " ' " ' .lojy33  tnr^fttir^.  IlSSS-fe  -^���������MAVMWIWnt'*'-  iltfj-lioi' iJIock,  ^  -Cimiberlaucl  1   I       ! 1!  UMf-WM'*  ��������� f������ urm������v������  ..'Tli.' labor mon of Winnip'***;.  .\va\-' lx.cn tcl'liii'*' 1 Jie Hon-' T,  '.."W-Crotheis t'lmi.h;: should ve������u-  tOMK  SCHOLAR  ��������� '���������^���������I^W  ,.   c^^g.-*^**  .NOTICK TOCON'TKACTORS  CKAI-KJ)   TENDERS,  super-scribed  v.-    ��������� .* 1 ���������    ,     i    i 1.   ,    i- -r* .     ��������� ��������� .*  ������������������' '���������Tender   fcr Cmiiicii.iv , I.ock-up,'!  \t[\\ he rereived In* the , Honourable ,,the  ��������� * i\       .-. ��������� ii-    : 1   ii .  ! ii  ���������������������������     :- ,  Minister,of 1'ublic Works up  to noon of  ;      * .   .  i ���������. i'  .  ��������� ��������� ���������, ��������� ���������       (1  Monday, tne *;8ih,diy of July, ,1913, for  ihe erection and completion of Consul-  ���������'   '   ,      1 I.I,-        I'.i1-   .*"     I     'I.      ���������    ,       ' .* ��������� ,  'ilA.Quariers and Lock-up :u Coin-ten-  iv, in the Co-nox Elector,.!.District.  '    .        ���������        ,      1     ���������,    1   * 1       I -"       1 ;  I'I,nis,  specifications,  conlra'ci    and  ,,-���������'., ,1     :   1    ,    1        1 .1- ���������*     '  t'urnis ut icndcr may, be seen on and af-  ter ihe to.ih dav of lulv, .1913, ai the  ��������� ���������    ���������    1 \       1 *     '      *. .     ; , I   , ���������    '        II  1 ���������tiki* nf Mi'-.l. Iliird, Ciuxiberlaiid, ii.C'  !     ,** |i   1.    .     n     ���������-   ���������     ��������� ' .   ' 1  ihe -I'M'viiici.il Constiib'c, . Ccurienay,  and ihe IVp-iitment of p.iblic ,\\\>iU������'  \'.ciini.i ' .j'uieiidini; ten'dcicrs c.ui, fnr  the sii.-u i.f'.eii (lulhiis ($)'<>)!'obtain one  c-py ni ific"iVa'ns Mid specifications by  .ip'plyinii to llie undersigned/   This sum  will he K'i'iunled   on   the return of  the  :        * * .'.      1      ��������� ,i* ��������� r..*   1  To rcoiiivo at  oiyliti'i.-ii yi'ni'*? of  1 1  -.Wo,print lmlio8! anil gcntjoincnri  vi-?itiiigi('fti,irls5,  ���������We print .wodxliiior-invitiitioiis.j  A\ru print diuioo pniirrnininos.   j  ��������� >Vo ^v.iilihoU'l bjll of fitri'Si     !  .^Vo  priiit   nioal   -j iv-.Ufts,   also  111 ilk nml IiivikI licki'fs. '  - ,,Wo    print .po-rtci'i*, ;liiiiu!bill;s  ami doilifurs. ��������� ��������� ���������       i  A\Ve print ,plti.cai\ls ,t;.ii<l1:iiotict'h  on cnnyiis.   '' *    :  jians 111 sjivid oidcr.  y  *���������' ������������������ --I .  Each pronosal  nu^t be nccompiinicd  ,*���������,.*.        .        .���������           ,   -   .    ,,    i        -...,    --.      .*...-    ,   , by ;in-iccciitedb'aii'k cheque or  ccrtifi-1    ^y0   pvjnt  concert .nnwraiiliilt's'  Jatct ieMiHiii-1-..u m vii^h into tl;.cv au;c. M .U^jvocii* doctor <;1, Plii'lti^-  cue* i������ldt*i.t.sii,o'n Ii-.ch u-ic..-ca bunlc of' ''      '  ;������   '"      !  ^ouutvy'.    Hundicils-' of   ^kilUtl ;"pj,),'y   in Hai-vimY /Universi't-y"  is   "'     ''  "'  '  x\v6i'tinciiv' it is churned, nreJu-ins ! t,���������. _as .,11'ishin'A   hJnor' tlmt ".lias  bi'ottghi lo Camilla  at tbe  ])R-������- !cllimA 10   i\\,'bo.-t '.'Weiiier,   wlio  ������������������i;,;t "l'n-e 1lUUl7- ^   P!:e'C,1CC? \l��������� fi ^ y~*S  "W  ;^������|lerin8-c.^ilc- ic" cut. .iuto^n.rac. [~ ^^ UtM, nnfl   Moto  1 lu'iuiiii.-li-v nl i-ibo.',   11 un-Avei  l;UOWt) as'the c i-v res-t boy in tliej wlu-" Cl^'' uPon l0 *l������.S0>,.V*-*-,r ^e l-ul | '���������      ���������   '   '     * M   '   ' '  ''loiiK-'cjn.plaiiiJH, said she' -ov-   ^orldi   yoitiw Weiner, who' de-i m*^1',i^ ��������� .   ,.        1   ���������" .        -i  * l/;,;;;,,,,;,;,;,,;,,,,;,;,,,,^   "   .. '     :   ,.'! -y;     -y'.     , >;   ��������� |'lju- cheques oV certificates of dejjiisu of;    Uii.pi'iijt sri|t<;iiioii1s .nm^onvcl  .-Pilsener Brewing Co..  ������9  tg������M������TiMjwnjiirj  Supplied to the Public  O'R'DERwS must be.oiven  not  later  t hrnlO.A.'M.   to   ensure   delivery  .same .day."  l|illll!lllilllllllllUllll!lllll'.lllllllllllll!IIUIII'illli:i:Ulllll!l!!llllll!iin  ca.c������.ldi'|...siiion ,.*,chine,ca  .Kinice.   IlII(l a<lniissi^li. 1 ickots. !  Ciiiiadii. nude p.-iviblc 10 the   llonour- '���������    ���������;'        y   ."..'*        ,  Abkb.b MilristcrV " u't'liciVorks,  for'a      AV -(J Pnnt' l������ii*ii������c-ss ������8ii-*1r. ^  hiii.,'cc]ui,iV ti'i.io rcr ccni iif Uie'tc'n-ac'r, |     AVo. p.rillt billlioailu, prdiuatT oi*  which shill' bV forfeited 'if the' party ic'ii- ,)ooijo loaf ifYSleni.  ^   ninc.il WiasinotiHicoina������;.!.������rar   _S|?iLo 51 stticlioii us    and   sdidur- ju^cccsjiu'l tcrlderei-s'will ^c >eu.niefl  ' ii.������-aii:- to cc.nic   Jo   Ciiiiada,  .b tl   jy accoinpHs .111 lit tl a't In.*nan b -  m   ihe'ii ''upon   the' execution   of  the  ������������������ot!<;ht a^riailtiii'iil.l.iborers.   ^    '['ore' iiy'v.ns ont "V,f .|i:i.afo.*us, is a Ci;'���������'  *"fr"is' ildiibt'fnl    wlelier   Vir, ! etm- !y youth and at let! ', LMi.eretl   _  .CrotliVis'ciiiiie" nncU'i'slands  tbciyy, -, ., ,.   ���������'"' h ���������      '," '    "^_  C   - *;       ..-1,!. ������������������   1.   ��������� -i '     1 liu-s'LoiR-i e  when iKMvas elov- /T  s-iiiia-ion In the West.   .When he|-n��������� ,,���������, , M ,;��������� ;',,*' ." '7Y7   ���������~J r,Q  ���������Vot's tlifonuli 'o he'coasliic will  \\o tii ni out,  \v()i-k  whon .you!  \yan,t it uud, Iw.w.ypu .want.it.  |lean.', what the, west ilisc-jvercd |*iod   Rt   Qorue^ S|)ecalizit,a ' in  a'ni-'isi a y.a'* ae). that the 1:111111 I*  .  .       -,���������������������������.���������'-���������   ,'.**    ���������'-.-���������    ? .- -  n ,    .*      v  \   -*;f    t*, ���������    ������������������;*,.,   1 pliiloi-opliy -'   and  ��������� ������iiiatii-.-u.atics.  *'-;aiion rush trOiii Bn a:n i.-; con:-; *i.       hy           ,**  -^ps ^ chiefly Of   town   dwellers, '.D,,n"2 [i,ii   [������v6i',11}   \wv*   ut j1!1  ���������i-iiiM !ai'i;oly' oji   ariir-a'i:���������*,"'  clerks a^o.-whon uid-st bii)8 :iio   enturinu-  llusir i'fij-jhniiin year, lie -l'oceiyed  liis liiird year  de^reti. ��������� 1  en and {..ralia id   w.ien   he   was' \������\  "' "    '  fourioen."   "Sin, 0 t toa ho has stud !  iiiul'sliiipkeepen'V wlio  Will   ,not  nvoiiQ-h:  go upuii t,hr laiVd���������au  i-iek'o'' k tic w'edge '8( .-t������ricttiiuro  Ifaid' ttn e df,it������a'-'  -\v* Jiild" liave a  '"his:"if, ibi'V   dip. ' The   Globe's  5 VoiTe'-Ap jiidents'iu ibe'   west, Vo-  '-li'iV't iiK-reVi'sin^1 labor "congestion  '*;  : 1 m   , 1*. ,,.,'t   :.-;.���������!.. 1...1     > ��������� .- .   ��������� ���������" '.  ���������i-4^ni*twU-������ut-U-<^-i^jJOJ4rtUi4^fieautus,  and it iui-^ui be   lOjc!  ,btij;ii'._s.',  ''(.���������vt-ti^ ' In-lit "��������� an  '' immigration  point o!' v'icw, 'to*-!t*t   people   iir-  "I'-iii'tMi'n kiibw tlie 'li'Uth'I'ully aiid.j  'olm-iu'd'y.'" "Is,"will 'be' 'impossible  "i������ .-.'t'-y'ti 0' inigh'-'y ���������'.s'.re'ain bl'-im-,  ' uVgration uoy/'flowiu'g -.to Can  nd.1 i'nnn'IVritisli lilies', * Imt" ihe]  'Vaiiadi'a'ti" C-iOverii'jijeiit    Htioiild  'ni'ik'c'i'i -qtii'-c  clour 'ihat" while1  'Un}'1 farm', 'lhe'  foi est 'and .- the!  t ���������* ' '  miuo "arc tiliil able to absorb t'onsi  , 'id thqiisand-s ol a  "there is a As ur plus c  AVoinoV was Wtvu in   CohunUia  ��������� ,    "t    p ,       ,    ,    , -;     *t  i\lo,!Nov. 2G, lS'J-L,  his  mother  be'ii-i' a MisSoui'iaii, .and his I'nth-  ���������0 ;   ii  on a Uussiau, "wbo 'is  now   a prc-  fjLKSoi'  ol!   SlayoiiK'/__laiiLTtiiii-'es at  bodied men,  .workers -in*  t!:fe western ciii'es, and iiilenclinji;  _,ii!!ii'iigfi'iiiis",sh6ii'!d'l;e 'cai'e'Uil in*  'making theii,'pla'nsl"i'(*-'"thal 'they!  'may iiot'.sii'ffv.r' 'lia-dships1 tliein-!  V.i-'l-ye's'o'r'm'tb ease" t hh diffieuIt'ies  ol Othci's,"   Tl'1'0 ivcfii  w'.'ll be go'-1  (ing'aheiil fuH'sioani "ere   Ion*/,'  'To eon i'i n no pVnu'pi'ng" in ' loWit  dwelb't-is ��������� iitduve    t'lu1     'fina'ni.'ial  '.s'l'mgeiiey t.n.ho-s io "an e'ud   V\*i 1  on.) delay the returii ,pl 'nqrnial  loi-iiiiion-.'   Toronto filolH'.  -   Jk'!liM}jliiiirM.\V:'".h,. July J3~-  ^.''Hrying     two     trevei'e     bullet  li'ulvo  ll-ii'vard.    When ho was oinlitoon  moi.tiis   old    Noi-lett   know   bis  alpliabot and at ihivi-  could   read  iuul writo ; al si.x lie Jnnl mn.sH.Tt-d  urilliuiotio, algebra,  pliiiiv and Solid gt--unioti,i\ ;   at*  eight    ho   rend:  books Lutin,' (.Joriniiu, Froncli and  iius-si-hii; at'nine ho  was'  bolving  pioblcnis   in    ti'ignnomotry    ano'  cak;;ili).s; at twolvo Jiy   was an e.\-  tioi-r.    iu     I'-ht'inisti-y, ���������'Chnsinin  t i*  \\ oik and Kvai^'eiist..'      ' <  .  .. ���������   "  li. C. J'lincle, is'agent for tbe  ������������������Ford''' and ������������������Olialuier" tiu'omo-.  biles.    Cars foivhir-*.    Phone 18,  ;MARGe^;H;l BROS  ;&  PROPRIETORS ,q���������F  .GUiyieERLAND'BOTT.L'.WG ^ORK$  'Affents.for,Pilsener .brewing Coii-pauv'.s ,1'luC-R  -;',ix,.'S '" ���������     \-. i'*..- ,.  -.*' I.-.'.-?   oil!yv ��������� 1-    ���������',.. y-'- -  Wholesale (Denlers in all -Kiiips ol.  ,i-i   IC".-:"*-.-     1'.    I- i        '.* * '���������*   i\ ���������   'I*   -'  .Wines and .Liquors  S-E���������GND- -S'  .GO^ERNMIiNT ST.    :' ".       ��������� . ���������Ar:ICTqi^i<\I'B. ,C.*  . : -Complete,Slock of'.\Yc-Oldu FirineV  zma  ^vj������v*^?f,,*iA^������yv'W������wwWS1*^^ ������V������^"^*!*^'"^^"'V������^������^v>^'^*'^i  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  -   - -, ."-������������������������������������ - .- ���������   ������������������ ���������(   *���������    - c -.     *    -    p-   ���������-   ���������  I  Victor Victrojas, gramophones and Records  WRITE \H)R CAT,VLOC AND, I'RIC.K .LISTS.'  ��������� Convenient. Terms of rPavment ���������Arrano;cd.  in  6  *-'j  I  ii ���������  <**u-m**MK3nt&i  i*^%A*n**at*v *4CV^w������s~nuv *j Mcuu"uaKA������aira  wunMtWu  ,rTMBEUSALEX20.  \ 0 i-l!'*-   IHI  Wiil'n   ulll  .V  If 1 \r  l)  S1  II^D/lif    llll'iiliyil  110  ** '   i '        '    111   11. ('.-.cape  1   ll'  iiili 'i-'l'.i   Will,11111'    Ill'llU'' ilitll   (ov  furo.ds of Shaw   if  ink im  itil    in   a   In  ,1.  1.p   in-ill-  Nun.Miuo,. ll. (J,, ilii!-, Ti, when ho  u.id his ji'<i'i'.ii'i''ioliln'il   iw*' tm.  M'ii*4' T". ol' $-1.700, lin- Imiiu  liiyh-  ' way in in in'al :m br   i'i ildv to   ijivc  \   * ,     ,-       .1  ��������� 1 .    ~  .  i*p, it   vio-   b ',1 -Mill    I ..-l    i.lirlr.  I, a-k nl' ln'.iil 111 d .vj.ti I' ',\ ill  lil'ili'-,  Ium inin 'in'ii' I a "f*-, is  t!u* ct'ii-  i������' .li.i'i ul' Hi" oliicer , mi I   no di-;  1 c,  1 Tl' -i'ii   1 a*-'.!   ouo i   mi.i  KA^KI)riDNJ)KHS will'ha receive' hy tho Miiiit-t,cr nf  Lauds not I'ii tor thnn noon on  lhe Mill day of July,"10l'3, for the  pnrclmefi of Licenco No, X'20, bo-  ing fl,07!i,-!100 foot of (inibur on  land ,l,vii)K north of Lot 105 nnd  '"IT. I..  8-1827,'  O'^isliolloiy   Chun.  S"' ill I.  Vlllill.'H Irljllltl'.  I\in yo'irw will  he 'iMmv-'ul   for  the iiunovalof i'Iio timbi-r  'k.iriionlar.-of II. ILMneMillun,  Chiof I'uioslor, Victoria, lb V.  mm -bank ^  ";'��������� m COMMERCE   ,  CAPITAL, .$15,000,000"v  REST, $12,500,000  *- ������������������'���������   '- ���������  ������������������ ���������*��������� ���������' "-��������� ������������������ ��������� ��������� -j.*      ,  ..MONjEY ..ORDERS !  .IssiieclJby.Jhe Canadian Dank of ,Cqrnmerce,* arc a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small''sums'.of j^noney. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in tlie Yukon  .Territory) ancl in tbe principal'cities of tbe United Slater,,* are issued al  ttbc folio\Ving' rates: ' ''     ' " ,    '  .  .$5 nnd under '.; ,    -3 cento  Over    5 and not exceeding $10 '    6    "  '*���������':"     10      ',' V 30 3 0     ",  ������   50    " V so is   "  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  '     '  *������  obpuld be modo by mi'ar.s cf our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd  MONEY  [OKDERS.   Issued without Aoliy at reasonable ratofi,  JUMBEitLAND I BAN JXT"!?. .*'.'.'.*.'.' i..,, W. T. WHIFF, Mnnnper  .50? GOYESiNMENT STREET,   Opposite .P. U   VICTORIA, B. C  'iii!iiiiiiiiit!L:!;!i;iiU!ip;iiiiiiiii--;|!;;iii!ii[;;!!rdii^  w< iina****rra ���������H3W>"W^rL������j^nrx*<**^**������ ���������,  ^\lliltl!li:!|li:il|!lillK!llilHI!ll!!lllllil^^ ,/ k ��������� i^,  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.,. ,|  | DRAftf-i   l$$Z������Q   IN   ANY    CUKUKNUY,   TAYAllLK   ALL |!  |        '' '   '->,0yiCU'  Til 1-2    W.O.HLi)."  I Sr-ICUIAL AT.i'KN'l^ON paid in SAVINGS ACCOUNTP*& inlcie't f!  I '������������������ hi}j.h������������*t''iOiii'.r(,i<t Iliilci- iilluWid on" iJqioMlt- uf !iil and i!]iwunl*?.   j.j  I ' 0OiT3S.lL-i.-jp, P   0, D (inch, Ojnn Daily- ���������                  "  fi UNioN ������AY, B.O'.   Sub-Branch, Opon Tuesdays & Fridoya  | ���������*          '  p. M. MORRlSpN^Monnaei'. ,  1 fOUUTENAY,   U, (J, ' Branch,    Opeii Daily.   ���������  1 ������^J. H. tiARDWIOKB, Man������Kei%  %/!iiii!iiiitiiiiiiiii:ii'.iiiii:iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiii!i!iriira!iiipiiiii!i:iliiiiii^^  "j*ftJTr������������fir*Mirtii������Mh*.ii-<r,iir������'i*i-JJ*'i-fc^ -"M*���������'-Trr-���������*���������'���������*��������� ���������-������������������.^���������������**-������*-������.��������� '���������^���������^-^'^flH-ifcrnt'ii-**i'iffiw^i-������>������ffcrTiiiii-iiiiTri^Lr>iii ij.nn  .... . ... . f.  fcwi'n���������xrj*  P/Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  OUMHERLANr, CC^UTPNAY & 0  MOX AUTO STAGE.  "Will Lotivo the Point Gllluo as Followo Except Sun ay: ���������  ,nt 8 it.m.  I   I  ll  H  tl  l avo   LlOu  , .  11,  liitii   iii   tlm   i'u e# s,  tu  Tl o  i  lull  hh'..'1'ill' nl' i.mii iltiiiii coiihty hinii'il  i.n ilii' ifil'i'id iind ;t p is*���������**��������� ��������� f hvcti  i\ |,ic.!.*'i' I ilicii  . t   1 ;.   hi  v C I- utli-  *. ,  llll'lll'l-   I ll I    hi  I   ,,   i'i   !     Ill     I  WilS  Pilsener Brewing Company, Limited.  Leave Cnin^w'hjii'J loy YAnyitin^y .,,-   (.'(jiirleiuiy Cur Ciiiidit^laml nl S.JK) a.in,  (Jiiiiiliirliind for CuiU'W-nay and Comox ut. 10 a. in.  CmnoN I'"' (.'"tii'lcMiiiv und Ciinilii-rliiiiil nt  11 n. in.  CiMiilicfliuid for l.'iMirti'niiy nt 1 ji, in.  Coiiili'iiiiy I'uv .(Jninliei'lunil ut 1, JlOp in,  Ctiiitlii'i-liitid f*'i'Coiirtetiuy und Ciiimix U.JJO |i, m,  C"ini'.\ for Cmii-iiiimv uml CninlMi'l.iiid ){.^l) j>, m, 9*  Sinjrln fiirt-!-- -Cmii'"erlitiiil to Oiirlunny Toe.  (vonv-'inuy io Ciiinoy,...' - fiOti  V. ('. K.MIM*;. jiliuie 18, CumliiM'linrl.    JStarls -July 2Hi\i  $&** I'iu'i'i i-i ini.i-l. be | roj aid uml lotturs hIuiiijil* '  Maanfaofcurer of MINERAL WATER !;|  * iih i������m- ������������������v������**������^i������iw������uj*..*'-wiUM-Him������i i ������������������waww ii m ������������w ���������wmniiwiii ��������� ,m wnw ���������*������������������.������ ������m  ���������i uiciwti n.^ranvr.r������ir������k������rtMrut������U( ujvorMUnw������in.������ ���������um;mmi*mrtiax3n\wj\inma m awvnuMaMM  *nVtS*n^ritatZiriX3SXV!aiJ Kwar^^mi*pryBiw������iB������ mi^re-w^m wwwnrTftww-..  TAKIi NOTICK, puminnt to  ",'      section 18   of il.e   "Compauivs'  l"illiiiM^i������.- i* '  Act,','   Uml    tin.;    above uanio!  '���������''��������� ���������*' Comimuy jiropo^e, one month a' ���������  ter date hereof, to chance   their  "   r .     i ���������    '.*  -   ,    .���������>.'.'  -<������������������������-��������� nam ��������� lu  t.rj   "Isi.ind   IL'c.vuiy  i*mm*msmmt*������mimmmmamm*mm*m*in*wmm  I? rtii  Tlie  If Xm  ll 8 I���������  ���������i i  j  U(j   U)  I HUGH M.TCHELL .  I'oil  yoi.'i;  (icirl Blacksmithing  -AND-  Horseshoeing  u  'i'  li'.I M,        Lil.liiht'i'.'.'llni,  l ' ('(Hiiivim-   J ini'ti'd  j  j Dated this i6ih day of J turn 1913  "'   J.' c. uoss.  'l  Seerelfiry  > 4 *>���������** "J- i*  ��������� Mr. K, C- lin lie vvili mj M*,n  ������ ���������>  ��������� ��������� 1  dm-, Itijj i'i, c-n:-: :tce   ;*.n   '-1-'*'  Ma^c service  betwi'tn   Ciunbcr-  j. ;at <),   C'-t)/t.].'iay    ,,-hk}   Comox-  I j See ;u{ 011 back pa^e   lor   jn'rjjc  j 'ni ti ' " ���������  ���������ib  '  o-Hitu  STORE  *'*.*  General Merchants and Bakers  FB'UIT, OAN"DY ETC.  P. O.  Box 265 Cumberland, B.C.  CONVEYANCING  CUMBERLAND,  ���������-1 ���������WH-mJI-'l UUft-WWiH*M>1MW.i-1-ii  [**MlTM*mt*B*U������*tB**W+Jt*it*������J^a)Mmwi*4m i������ it-JWf i*-������*-*W^J>fc-������'W><���������*<>���������������-������*.-*ifL^  ^V.   BOflO^Aar  CUMBERLAND  PLIMLEY'S  IT'S AH RIGHT  g 20 Hifeh Grade Cycles  Jl'g'Uly Damaged  g     liunber,   Singer,   ICufield  m    ovtuiiy Cio.s,-*. iind   oiiitr  weii s  llfflj^ :nnW!'    ������'nkps-      Miop   soiled,  slightly damaged   in inm.sii  or  etitrncd fioni hire    Big price }  :^Pf^S^^> reductions.  ���������^*"-"     ���������"' ���������-���������**-' Write foi details.  Thos, Plimley  739 Yates sTRtsirr  VICTORIA, B. C.  ���������������������������jgaViiryi


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