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 p)  "     ���������'-"  '.'sir-''-  -' J'---1. >"��������������� J���������., ."  --., v i*y.(7'  ���������vti..'s; , .*> ' -,  -     ,.     . , . /        0  ^*<**  fi*-&-KtK,V,  '���������"E*"-"*,  *7*  ���������" ^  ^���������i*i.������^"t  /v  ���������t>   -.*������������������  - 1  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests bf^Coitiox DI strict.  \    TlIR N.KWS, TW������NTI.8TH YBAtt .���������-*,������������������  o -���������  ;. CUMBERLAND, B.,C;i "VyEDNESDAV," MAKCIL. Wl,*^:^  SlM'SCRIPTl-ON $l.O0 A YKAS '  -r^wpM������(ntfMaDH������nnn%-,tt^������^  *^f*(^t3^ *W^/*������������^������J tf^eV^^V1^^"^  The Store  of Qualify  The Store  of Quality  Store.  SP^I^O IS H?-RE  y   ��������� ��������� And you want wash materiulR, io rnnke up for  ,  ,;,      "   ths hot summer months."   We Imvo just put,  into Btocli���������the largest nhd finest at-sonn-ient  ever   shown   in this  city   of  GINGHAMS,  " '   -y    PRINTS, GXLATENS&'sHAKBRS.   These  '"_'       . nre exceptional values, froni'the boat manufttC'  .   .       turers, ami having, placed our, order toveral-'  months ago,-before the.recent adyanco iri cot-,  '..    ���������'���������  ,:y    .ton, WIS ARE IN A  POSITION TO SAVE  / '' ���������".���������,   ������������������������ YOU-MONEY     .. /     '''...,.-    ,.'.''"   , '  "  We have the Best Values in Towels Ever  pffered,   SEE THEM.  A Large Assortment of Cur-o  tains, Curtain Muslins, Scrims, etc.,,' Makes the Jiouse-  7 / t.-   ,        ���������*    -i -   '  cleaning {probjemy easy. ���������  Give/us'you'r*-Gi ocery Order.    .'���������  y    '*���������[ x\\7..c: giy_ersatisfacto.n-aLw.ays.���������  Ptione 38.    "-;..���������''.;'��������� , ���������>.  SIMON LEISER& CO., LD.  Automobile  *po^/fo**<������*aS^tf*t/%j<titl\fai i^tiMwr^Wvii af^ajfitmi/)^jn*aat^}*fa^  CARD OF THANKS.  : We take this opportunity of  ���������thanking the U. M. W.'of A.and  friends, for their sympathy and  assistance! iii connection with the  death nnd burial. of the late  Bernard Farmer.  Clwrlie Kunner  Mrs. Mamie Reese  My and Mrs. Abe Jones  <*���������Qm  New York,., March ao.���������Or.  l-Medmmi treiitccV,29,iuore tuber-  nlar p.itieuts today, Many of  tho.se treated on formor occasions  "are-showing a ��������� remarkable recovery und Government doctors pro'  claim the treatment the most  woudeiful discovery of tho uj������e,  Thomas.  1*5. Ford,  aged   43  years,   n   rcsideut   of   Hornby  Island, died  nt  tho Van   Anda  hospital,     Texndfl.   Island,   on  Murch r.7th,  of typhoid   revcr,  Inter.iisnt took place  at Horn  hy Island.  -  0-���������  Our, Union Hay correspondent must bc dead or sleeping,  Wake up down there and let us  hear from you. lie not weary  jn welldomg.  Up io WcducsJ-'iy evening,  1000 votes hiwebocu registered  at tho  government oflU'e,  ...1 11 11    I/'1  mtaa^iw* iii iiw  Miss Ruth Clinton is home  from Vancouver spending her  Kaster vacation,  Be at the Cumberland Hull on  Thursday evening the 27th, iu'st,  and see,what promises to be a  grand game of basketball between  Cumberland and Victoria teams'.  ���������, Game starts at 8 30.  ���������       ��������� -        *Q -      ��������� 1       ���������    . ���������  Messrs W. Morrifiold" and J.  N., MeLcod Accompanied by their  ���������wives, left on Sa'urday evening  for Oyster and Campbell rivers,  and returned to town on Monday  forenoon. They report having  a vory pleasant lime, "Jack"'  says that he filled up to thn-neck  with tin-* iinest oatmeal cake. that,  he has ever eaten, ut Mrs, Wood-  bus' hotel. Tlie Scotch will out.  Scotland and oatmeal cake forever !  Archie Stculmuso has,quit his"  job at No. 7 meat market,  'i���������. ������������������.o������������������...���������..  Mrs .John Pikot" haa ordered n  new Ford auto 1'ioiu K. C. Um  de, agent here for this popular  car. Mrs, I'ikct will be her own  chauffeur, You crack drivers  had better loo!*: to your laurels.  Wo are in Tor-mod hy Mr. Harry  Creech that,lio is takiuir t-teps to  organize aii automobile association  Ho far, every car owner.in town  has signed -np. ���������'-  ���������     \  ������������������  ��������� The-���������" initial feo will bo' 5:5.00  besides a monthly feo to bo decid**  oil on by I he members',in*general  meeting.' The name of the' npsei.  elation will' probably be, ���������.���������The  Cumberland & Courtenay' A'11 to-  mobile 'AsBociatiojiV' aiid. meetings will..be hold, - alternately, ,'at  Cumberland nnd Cdurtenav;'.--  ���������     ~ -. ^1 i,>. -.       ,       1 t      - %>  Mr;"Creech states, that if Jh'e is  successful in' interesting *'all car  owners, the*, association will be  foniiedi without delay,' and "at an  early date a Grand Parade of cars  or'a Fancy D're'is.Ball, ���������.orjjbotli.  will be giyen to impress the,pub  thatthovare in existence,*.    -..A,  We were informed tu day-, by a  well-known automobile 'man, that  the association-will   make strenu  ous   efforts1 to have a law  passed  by- the House'forcing -iill'lioree  drawn vehicles .to   carry  lights-*,  between^dusk and-dawn   lie also  .stated..that -it seemed to him- that  ,Attoiiney--G������ncr'al���������Bowser-iu---his;  .rabid crusade against automobiles,,  had  forgotten   the existence   Q,f  horse-drawn*vehicles; at'-least liei:  had failed to, make any up td-date  amendments, to   the   antiqiYiitW  Act .relating to the same.  ' lt certainly seems rather one-,  sided-.when one ascertains tluitati-  rotnobilus are forced to carry  ������������������ights, numbers, pny licenses, re-  gistur, and drive continually on  the left, side of the road, whilst  other vyhicles do not havo-to carry Ijglits, nor do thoy have to  drive continually on tlie left sidi-  V , 1  of the ronil, but uiily have to turn  to ilio loft on inoetiiig a vehicle,  It would hejufit as easy for snob  vehicles to carry lights nnd drive  continually on the left ais for an  automobile- to do so, and there i*-  ii'- reason why sued rales should  not apply to them, nor why  they'should not pay a liciinec  Ilonvy wagons tear up road**1  to a greater e.stoiiL.tlian anlos  Laid At Rest.  Funeral   of    the  Late   Bernard  Farmer Took Place 011 Tues  -day And   Was Largely  .   Attended,  The fuuerarof. the late Bernard .Farmer, who died of pneumonia at,our local hospital on  Saturday morning last, in his  45th,������year, took place on Tuesday afternoon from"U, M, W. of  A. Hall,' Penrith Avenue to  Cumberland cemetery. The funeral was conducted by the U.  "M. .W-.'of'A. Local, whose members tinned out'about; four bun-'  dred strong, headed by William  McL'ellan,' master of ceremonies,  and���������the Cumberland*  band.    A  <} . 1  number of, women-..and other  friends and acquaintances of. the  deceased were "in "attendance,  -The-foilowing acted ' as pall-  'bearer.-*.: ���������T.'Le-emau.Tas. Brown.  ' C 1-- ,    % ai .������  J. Liddell M.IJennessy, J.Augelo  and D\c Stewart. Kllis -Rogers  acted as. chaplin.  ,' This was the* largest funeral  procession that, has been .witnessed''here for some lime'.  SPECIAL SALE    ;  of Curtains and House;  Draperies.  Art Muslins, regular 15e and 20.;... .SALE PRICK lOo'yd  Art Tasseled Bordur, regular -ioe... .'SALK PIUOK Sue yd  ArrLight'Shades, reg 20c 2 Yds for Ioc"  Art Assorted Patterns reg 35c.to -1-Oc SALK PRICK 25c yd   j  Madras, reg 50c. (iOu amrGoe \. S.VLlv PKICK lioc \d  Madras, re-v SOc  '.........SALlC PRICE f)(k*; >d  Cretonnes, "regular. 15c.." SA LE PR IOU 2 yds I'or So*.-  . Cretonnes, reo- ,]Tc and 20c......... SA LK IMU'CIC ioc. yd  (,-rutonnos, reg 2oc.."'  S A LK PttlCJC 2 yd* Tor .tfstt.  . Art Sateen, reg 25c and, 30e SALK I'RlCH* 20c yd  ���������Also ppuie interesting specials���������  -  FOUR DAYS ONLY   : y ;  Wednesday,- Thursday, ' Friday and {>alurdav,  March 20th to the 2i)th inclnsivc ���������'    *  , ���������������������������"��������� ���������-  THE CORNER STORE  Phone IO. Box 100   Cumberland, 8. C. ,  Wacfatlane yBtcm  Mr. William Duncan, of Siaiu!-  ���������wick. had the small bone of his  lefi leg biokcu on Thursday last,  He was iu tho field, and K-lin^  a pain in Iii--leg lie lifted i". -up,  Atid when he put it down he discovered by the gating of Uie  lx)ne thnt if whs broken He is  nt ot\r local hospital  ior  treat  We desire to correct nn error  which appeared In our paper of  last week's issue, that flie Rev.  Reujainiu Appleynrd* would tabo  charge of Holy Trinity church  here in* May. Tlu? Rev. i<\  Prnnklin Watson, who is nf proa  <...l Ut cL^ii^u, *init.mis io remain  here pftrmanently.  When wc read of the terrible  tornados ami hlizzards'tlmt have  but '���������cccntly been rntjluj* Ihroiiprh  prtrUons of; the United States and  Oatia<la, *i\\t\n% the'ir toll of life  and property, we should U>  tbnnl'fu! that wc live in 11. C,  miA fiop <������ur Vickinjj wh"U a Iir-  tie cold r.pell out of the ordinary  atrfke-s us. ''CouiU y<������ni I'lew-  , lugs."  Liberal Association Meei  An outhiislas'io. nicetini** of the  Ctiniborhitid Liberal Assofiation  wa* held on Tuesday ni-Tht, there  heing in nUenduncj twenty one  members, The following olliccrc  of the Aeuftciat-ion attended :  .lohn IJi'iieo IVesiileiit  P. Phillipps JlaiTinon, .Sce'y  Richard Dowdall. .Vice.Pros  'James Stowm t Trc-ai*  The followine.*; of those present  "*oiv appoiiilod as the Executive :  V/illiain K. J/iwreuce, .lohn  Comb, James Stewart, Peter Ac-  hj'.i, P.ili(vl\I)ioiin-, Alexander au*  iviniiou and II. MoArlimr. A*  nnmber of matters of vitnl inter  est to the party wore left in the  liunelfi of till- Executive lo ntten-l  to.  Two coin mi I tecs were appoii.t-  cd lo attend to certain uiatti-rs  and repoitat tlio next meeting.  lt is rumored tbat Hon. D. M.-  liberts, K. C.,- Speaker of the  jorovincial parliament  and^uu-nir  The '  As Mrs.llailey '.Wajiver. and  elaughtei*.' woroY rotui:iiiiig"!lioibe  ,1'rom Cunihcrlaiid last Mondav:  an accident-occurred, ";A .bolt  .came out of- the biiiroy, cniif-iiic  the.horse tp start and resulting in  ayun-away., Mrs. Walker was  'thrown out, nenr Henry Richards'  home, on-the Courtenav road, and  fiirlh'T on ,tho lirtle airl wns  thrown out at. the.entrance to A .  JUrqu hart's sawmill. Luckily,  neither of the occupants' wore  much hurt, but the buggy was  badly damaged' and the horse  slightly injured,'  Mr, Angus Mc-Quarrio was a  passenger by iho Piineess Heat-  trice on last Saturday I'or Vnncoii.  yer,   <������.   ���������  Two provimid drijnki appear  od .before iWcssr.-i 'Bute and Shaw.  if. P.i-., on Tuesdiiy. Loih pleaij-  ed guiliy; one wiu> lined; 55 find  co-sts or -M days; lhe other $10  and costs or otm month's h.inl  labor.  .Mrs.,J, Ralph Lockard,' ac-  coinpnuied by her aunt. Mis.  Hiney, left on Tuesday of last  week for Pittsburo-, |������rti  Mr. and; i\li>!. Cnuboii,"left linearly pari oi last week for'5Vic-  .    ��������� -"*  ton a.  generai  sign* his position  supposition for hi&yresigii'ition is  that he is to be appointed to the  Appellate Court.''within the next  .few, weeks..'-,...The rn'mqrs.that'lie  is to have a' judgeship now -recall the- fact'that in 1896 he was  recommended bv. Sir Charles  ,,Tupper's ^overumeht for aujip-  poiuline'n'-tjp thc-bench-  -���������o-  Mr. auu Mrs. A. Jo net-*, of Everett, Wash',, arrived hero on  Tuesday to att^ndjihc funeral oi  lhe late Bernard Vauner, father  of Mrs, Jones,  ���������, ^   Hasketball, iu the Cumberland  Hall; Supjier, at* the Presbyterian church; Masquerade ball, at  Union Hall. All on Thursday  night.    Take tliem all iu  Road  Superintendent   Wilui-  hurs-'s car came  to grief ou the  Union  Hav   road   oil   Tucf-diiy  It was   pretty   badly , elaniag-'d,  but  in ' lho  skillful   luuids   of  Den ton & 'Ihoiusoii   will^honly  bc iu Ktv'.d   ruiiiMiig   coiidiiion,  Ccorge \Villard\s   car v.'iis  also  badly (Intuited   at   the  foot   of  "Siwusii Hill,1' CoinoN. on Tin's  day.    The ennfe (-'I'  the  damage  wan  lhe   .skidding   e>f   the  c.U'������  which   turned   ou-r.    We   hear  thai i-onic of   the   occupants   of  ihe car were slight ly injur������d.   ---��������� tf"  (Jf't yonr r.nnie ou the \mIit-j ln.t  by April 7h.        . ^  Lincoln,'. Neb.; ,March -24 ���������/  Earl.y last night a   tornado swept   "���������'  Omaha and its suburbs  lcavjng "; ,  death���������and���������ruiu--:'u-~ itsj-waker^T  Varying accounts of the dead and '  ','���������'.      .    , ';    ' ��������� ">  injured-'are  received   here   this.  morning, but   from   all   reports.,'-' *  which have 'coin'e-in  there "arc'* /  1 aore.-tban* one b und red ,'d -311 l.-and^| ]i\  over twice that  number injured,   -  The first   report   received   heio  was thai one hundred were dead  .nnd two  hundred   were inj.ired,  many of I hem fatally.'    Lalei- re  ports wt-rt) obtaiue'd by long, distance   telephone    from   Oni.-ha  that the deatli'ioll   had. roaaiivd'.  iwo hundred and   fifiv" aud  ihawk,!  seven hundred'were uijuied. ,p>S-"  fun her report received was to ffuvAJ1  effect that the death   list   won Id *'',  very probnbly   be   doubled   ami-.  lhat the list of injured was hour-'  ly being added to.    The proper.-  ty loss is said to be enormous.  ��������� Mr. aud Mrs. VV. IC Lawrence  nriivcd home from Vancouver 011  Tuesday n orniug.  D. M, Morrison arrived h 11114  fruiu a bitsiiii'Sii ttip to Vaucou  ��������� *-.-.��������� by Tr.eii.bty's Cow it ban.  A JI, Pi accy returned on Tu-  e.'i'biy moi'iiiifv from "a busine.*,.**  Hip lo Vancouver.  T. I). Mclean left bv Tues-  'i|a*y ui'-hl'i bent for Nanaimo,  4^   ... "*"-"'" ���������""l-J"  .^Jiis Hess!" Murdock   of  this  ^/  il/! and Mr, II. Vaiighan, of  "Vieiurin. were mat'iieil at Van ���������  couvfj uu Sa'lui'.liiv lau.  aftaan ��������� w v  Sweet Pea Competition  Tliero is an idea, which, it it  iiinti-riiilii?i'.'{, will lead to a swee-t  pen conipelition between nil t! 0  l.'idiy.s" of f'lifiilif'rl'trid nn-.l ipx  itiiinediate vicinity, who cme to  compete. Already .s-n'tml hiue  investid liirgtdy in nwei'f poa  tcud,  - -      " "    "   '   Li   L,    ���������      t  L.J i~j  L-/ JL  L. A ft".!  s  !  K  !  !  DRY GOODS DEPT     gf:nts furnishing ne-PT  ���������.'��������� i- iio-H nv.'iij/,' tliii H'������iel< Ilio uuivoH iit)-lc.i in Lv  illi'i.' IMno.au I������rc*fi'������ it������ Uwn, mar<|U<iMc-i ninl mull,  IiIiiuiim] will hoo anil cni-ir-"*!1.!)'}' iimti'lio-t in whit-**  Hley, i-ii.lt nml rliai)iii.i((no from S������ .'(I i������ i!n '.(J  Mitn.1'*.' Miilil/ Illuiiii^ li, wljito Auoli, with ruil  duel- tuH'-niti-"*.  ladies' Tailored Shirt Waists  Rcssdy-tc-V/csj- Hats  Easter Novelties  Our ui-**ii*s departni'-ut U now stoi-ke'I  wiili 11 eoinpletc stuelc (if the unwc-it  btylefi in iiicii'*- wear.  bWs, Y.i!iH������'-> ft navs,Ro?eiy-t*i .i.vcar Clclhiirg  iipriitt,' .stylos in Kcrt's Fur h\i llats  SV'.ii'iiJi-'"- ii ;by;s nnil iz-AW Mt Hats  S;y'!'i fjf-h'-Jii-jns in f-isler i-Kkwcnr  Agents for t.".i' '-i.-* A. Shltr Mr,\iUms* Shoes  NEW SAMPLES  Made-to-Order Clothing.  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AMENDS
FOR ALL
By E. R. Punshorr
Ward, Lock & Co., Limited
...   London, Melbourne & Toronto. /
(Continued)
For God's sake, sir, ho crlfd, not
tliat way, that's Uio way I came.
My man, answered Tliorold, if. you
touch my steering arm again, I shall
chuck you into tlio road, It thla,Is
the way you camo il Is also Uio way
I am going, and I assure you I have
no idea or changing my road for your
sake. Vou can get oui it you like,
you-know,        ' ���
You're a hard man, muttered. Uio
convict with a sniffle.
1 have boon called bo, answered
Thorold indifferently, and then as ho
caught a sudden sidoway glance liis
companion shot at him, ho gave a. grim
laugh. I liavo just saved you, he
said, from a pretty tight corner���and
saved .you at some risk, too; and I'll
guarantee Uicre are few peoplo you
hate more ln tho world than uie. at
this moment.
No���well, muttered the conv.ict as
the keen, hazel eyes fixed on liim
seemed to pierce to his innermost
feelings; well���you're a hard man, sir.
Thorold laughed again���his laugh
was curiously harsh with little trace
.of merriment in it, an unaccustomed
laugh as though it were a function of
his being that found itself seldom
used���and ho increased the speed of
" his motor. There \verc"still a number of men wiio had either dropped out
of tho pursuit or were hurrying to join
it, who were scattered about the road
they were following. Many of them
glanced nt the passing motor-car driven by the big, stern-looking man with
the small, shrinking.figure���machinist
or chauffeur, presumably���at his side,
but no one dreamed that hero was Uio
fugitive, for whom they sought.
When Thorold reached the spot at
= the foot of the hill where the fat policeman still sat and panted, ho
brought his car to a halt, heedless of
the shiver anfi. palsy ot utter fear
that fell at,onco upon his^ companion; -   -.,""���
I say, Thorold called to.the policeman,0 what's al! this about? who is II
they are after?
It's the Catford Street murderer,
sir, answered the stout policeman between his heiivy panting breaths.
���Kveir Th"oTeiu"*inrpa"ssive-a3~he"Yvasr
started as ho hoard this and understood it was a murderer he had rescued, and who sat by his side. lie
felt rather than saw how livid had
gone his .companion's faco, and how
his teeth were clenched in agony to
keep back* the sobbing scream that
risen in his throat.
The Catford Street murderer, repeated Thorold slowly; oh, a murder
then?
,Yes, sir. .Tee Green, by name, sir,
answered, the policemen, he was let off
with a reprieve and thoy gavo him a
lifo sentence instead. Two days ago
ho escaptd from Dartmoro Prison under cover of a fog, as I daresay you
read in,, the papers, Bir, but, lor, lie
'adn't no chance, sir. Ho was soon
hero and there, and when ho jumped
on a luggage train lie was soon getting off near hero, So Mr, Lock, niul
nio what wore investigating the Frell-
garth burglary together went after
him and collared him; But he's slippery
as an eel and if you'll believe mo, sir,
ho jumped through, Uio window of
the train ancl was off. ,,But wo shall
���  soon nab him again, sir.
I should think it very lllMly, said
Thorold with a grim smile, whllo tho
wretch bosldo him shook and quivered
in lho extremity of his panic.   ���
lie's a desperate follow, sir, though
small to look nt, tho policeman continued; that's how ho dono us, sir.
You soo, Bir, ho Is built very small
and slnndor like���just liko���Tlio po-
A lice-man's gnzo wandered uncertainly
to Thorold's companion.
KIN LOCK   PLACE
Invest $10 in line ot tho greatest development ever 'mown around Winnipeg.
The coming Chicago of Canada where tlio following developments are taking
place. New .Exhibition Grounds, on which ���'1,000,000 or more will bo expended.
Close to the Now City Park, oneof tlia finest In Canada. Ktnlock Place fronts
on Miiln Street which la 132 feet wide, which will be asphalted-, and double street
car line. Ktnlock Place prices aro the lowest In tlio district and 1-C of what
Blroilar lots are eelllng for In the west end roC tho city.'.
Send for booklet and price list. Choice lots J150 up. Terms. *25 cash an-i
$10 per month, , Good improved farms to rent ivi Man., Sask,, and Alta. Send
for list.   Live ascnta wanted at every point. .,
SCOTT, HILL & CO.,
22 Canada Life Building, J Winnipeg, Man.-
-THE InTLWS, CUMBERLAND. B. C
Spread on Limbs, Rod and Inflamed,
Became Sores, Had to Tio Hands
Whilo He Slept, Well, Thanks to
" Cuticura Soap and Ointment,
 ���  r,
fit. Cenalro,  QucltM".--"My child wan
wvvrccly two months nnd ft half old tvl-nn
Wh faco und arms Iwnamo cnvi-rad with lltlln
*<jp>v rod plmplou which n littlo
Js<f""Y$S.       ktor hpriiiiij on hln liinlis.
W * ft-Jift      Tlia plmplbs-ncro very rod
\ '"Jir^t, ant*- hillamoij. Thoy wero
^hkYnC'V \ lll'�� a "ul��rC(1 Hml wlll(:1,
**5|,[;j [p^JuSkoon biiHiroo a llltloluwor
mind  rained  up.    Thoro
wrro four or flvo toijether,
Theso pimpled etuiml him
IIJ  iA A.U l.   All   l��l��*t-   Ml-   tltiU
to Mr \:\" h-i-nd-*-. Vthtto lm rliT.'. Thr. HrMn*-;
inn-ln lilm suffnr'so much thnt ho rrlr-d part
or tho nlnlit, wakliij? up most of tho peoplo
lu tlio house, Tlio pimples became jwcs anil
���v/cro very pulnfiit.
"I nst'il without* nicety.-! Bovrrol remnllM
Vf**'".!**    1'. ,*4l    .^......... ��..*���.*..*    C'i    iii*. I    -.-'-I.t
-i.te-1 -Cuticura Ointment and Boa.p, Rlvlnif
lilm a hath ovory mnrnlnic with hot water
and Cuiluura Soap, anil then applied a thin
layer of Cmieura Ointment on tho port!
affected. Tlioy -javo i��rcat relief with thn
flrfit application. Aflrr uj*[i*r5 ono box of
Cuticura Ointment ond n littlo room Uinn
ono cuko ol Culleur**. hnap my child wm
completely rurcd. Tliaiikx lo tlio Cutlrura
Ho-ip fetid Oiiilu-uiit my l-.il.y Ij luufixily
well, nnd I hIuiJI olv.aysliai -.��� thrniaf Iiucd."
(,S!(*nml) Mr-. N. Jobln, .Jan. 4, I'U'J,
���f.'utleura Soap ami Cuticura Oiiitun'r-t ard
Bold tlirouuliout tbo world. A ulr-glo tot, in
tifttn ninicinit. I-lbf-rul nainpla ol 'sacli
rii&ll'jil free, v.lth .12-p. KMn IlcK.k. A.lilrwi
%**.[, uu .11'utU -.* Uus & CU..I.U Cc.'i)., D'.'UU
Wl), lliiiUin. V. H. A,
Just llko Amy chauffeur, said Theobald pleasantly. .
Yes, sir. agreed tlie policeman, uncommon like him, and so ho wriggled
the handcuffs off���thoy hoing much too
big tor hlm���and dived through'tlm
carriage window. Went through .it
like a shot, Now me, s-ild the stout
policeman pathetically, 1 stuck. "
Ah, said Thorold gravely, now tlmt
waa too had. But you' couldn't help
it.
No, sir, tbat 1 couldn't, agreed-Uu
policeman eagerly, and I'm nothing if
not zealous���often and often have' l
been called no; only , three months
ago come Tuesday next Sir Willough-
by in open court says, speaking of me,
says 'e: Our scoalous and efficient constable, 'Igglns, 'e says; but the language oil Inspector Loci.-,* sir, was
shocking���shocking. Tho tilings he,
said, sir, with mo stuck there in tlio
window was nothing less than insulting, sir, downright7 Insulting.
Too bad/ said Thorold sympathetically. *��� '     ,       .
Ho tried to shove mo through, the
zealous Hip-gins continued, full of.his
woes, and ho cursed; and he tried to
pull me back and ho swore, and after
.all he didn't manage no bettor hisself;
for when I. was' out at last, and ho got
through, he tumbled over the rails and
cut his forehead open, so as it was
mo what 'eaded the pursuit.
* Zealous again, said Thorold with a
pleasant smile, and I must say if"that
was your inspector Lock who spoke
to us at the top of tho hill, he seems
a most uncivil person. * I 'considered
his behaviour most insolent. p He
leaned over from the car and slipped
half-a-crown into the constable's ready
palm. Well, I sincerely hope you will
catch your man, he said, as ho,nodded
farewell.    ��
Oh, we'll catch him-all right,.said
Iliggins, touching his helmet as tha
car moved on.
For a mile or two tlioy drove in silence/and then Thorold stopped in a
lonely part of the road''"
So, he said slowly, you .arc Jhe Catford Street murderer?
Well, mutteri d Green .sullenly, his
ey_es,.aJ-igM���wilh_��uriou_s rage aiid,
fear;   well���what's it matter to you
what I am���was��� ���-������:.
Some1 people-might have a prejudice
against assisting a murderer, said
Thorold quietly. I was just wondering whether to return and hand you
over to the police.
Oh, you are, are you? Green muttered,- and his hand stole softly to
his breast beneath his coat, whilo his
nervous smile turned inlo a. wolfish
grin, showing a set of broken and discolored teeth. "   *,
But Thorold watched him with a
deep contempt. Be careful,, he said
with sudden sharpness; and after just
ono glance at him that seemed to
.measure him as a possiblo opponent,
Green's expression changed as ho appeared to decide that Thorold was too
sirong for him. Instead ho began to
whine and whimper.
You're too 'ard for mc, sir, he wljin-
ctl; lor, sir, you wouldn't glvo a poor
bloke up what never 'armed you; you
wouldn't never be so cruel, sir; if you
know what I'd been through, sir, you'd
bo sorry for mo, sir, as 'as llvod the
lifo of a dog.
Very appropriate.* too, I fancy, interrupted ThoTold; but stop that whining. 1 don't liko it. Tell the truth
mind. What was this Catford Street
Street murder? Who was it you murdered?
Greou gasped, and scorned for the
moment to choke, and with one hand
he sawed violently In lho air.
Oh, ho stammered, to ask mo that,
and his livid faco was terrible to soo.
Tlio word is moro to you than the
deed, as it is with most men, comment ed Thorold scornfully, woll, tell
me to whom it was that the���accident
occurred?
Ah, yo" are just a tlovjl, mutteiwl
Groon thickly; you want to drive mo
mad���why?
Because, -answered Thorold grimly,
If it was a womnn or iv child I nm
BoinK to turn round nnd take you back
to the pr.llcc.
It wasn't, imld. Green capjerly, an.l
ho 'It mo first���-that was provorl at
tho trial, so they Iot mo off with a
lifer. Ho out wllh his Juilfo nnd I
'It lilm ono with tho poker, tinrt then
nuothor to nmUo mire, and iniotlifr to
mako lilm lay nulct, hut along of lils
hittliiR mo first lliey lot mo off wllh a
llfor���aa for mo I 'it 'lm throo times,
but 'ow wiir I to know ns that would
put his IIKlit out? so thoy let mc off
wllh a lifer.' Oh, lor/ ho wont, on,
beginning to whine iiRiiin, if you kuow
wliut. I liavo boon tliroiiRH���ovcrythlntr
rcn'hir ns clockwork���no t'lrctilrt, no
llghti-i, no lioih.liiK���no chat, no puis, no
cliuiiRo���only the munc Uilii**; over and
ovor ngiiln for ever and ovor, world
Vfi'.iiOui  ciui,  .n.jcii.       ��Ju,  r-.ii, .tut. >o
raved me onef. rlr, have jilty on i*\.\
sir.
Plly Is folly snid Tliorold. I didn't
savo you bcciiii.io I pitied you, but because���I novor knew I was so grout a
fool���brwuiBO your cyoa rcmlndiv] mo
111      VAl^Uf      i��it\,     V-4I-A,  i **\i L,     Ik,      K.lC      tit ���*-*���-���*
But���but, stammered Green, his incredulous amazement- changing to a
perfect, frenzy of hato and \ragc and
foar; you'vo begun 'elping inc���ypu
night In, ynu must, go on. .You ain't,
to right to ihrow me off like this whoi
onco you'vo begun a 'elping mc.
Haven't 1? said Tborold scornfully;
e'e you suppose tliat because 1 got yo l
out of one hole I'm to carry you
about Willi mo any longer' than I can
help? "Come, jump out, unless you
want to bo thrown out.    ,
But Green screamed aloud in the
; madness oil his rage and his despair,
and ho snatched a bare knife, froji'
his breast.
Tako. that, ho hissed,'-as his knife
swung up auci down; take that, you
devil���that���an*], that.
(To be Continued)   ���
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
' His One Mistake
Two pickpockets! were standing ou
t]ieir trial���notorious thieves, who had
been caught at last redhaiided. Non-3
the less,-they contrived somehow to
put up a good defence, thauks mainly to the cleverness of the .lawyer
whom they employed.
The detective who had effected tho
arrest spent c. miserable.twenty minutes in the witness-box contradicting
himself repeatedly.
. Then what made you t suspect' the
men? asked Uie lawyer."
As I said before, one-of them Was
wearing an overcoat witira slit in the
lining, so Lhat,he might operate more
easily.
Come, come! ��� said    the    lawyer.
Would you arrest me'if you saw mu
wearing such,an overcoat?   '
' No, sir.      I happen to know who
you are; you're a lawyer.
Well, what's the -difference between'
a lawyer and a pickpocket?
The detective shook his head. He
really didn't know, he muttered'.;
PLANS FOR AERIAL POSTMEN
Aeroplanes to Become Factors In Development of German Colonies .*
Berlin.���After a recent flight as
a. passenger in . a biplane recently,
Doctor Solf, secretary'for tho colonies,
expressed his conviction that flying
machines will fill an important' rolo
in tho colonies. For this reason, lis
added, he has been devoting special
attention to tho subject for some timo
past, and is awaiting a favorable, moment for carrying'his views into execution. This moment, he believes,
will soon bo at hand, and plans respecting the employment of flying machines. in.German colonics are already
worked oitt,
, In tlie lirst placo tho colonial secretary considers that aeroplanes will
render valuable service in transmitting
instructions in caso of risings and insurrections;' iir-the second place ho
pi oposcs to establish an aerial postal
service in' districts where as yet thoro
aie no ordinary moans ot communica*
(ion, and in lho in'ird placo he,intends
io.oinploy aeroplanes in colonial land
surveying.
It is reported that a number of; higher colonial officials now in Germany
on leave are being trained as pilots,
and that it is intended to'placo aeroplanes at their disposal for uso in their
districts when they ��� return to their
posts.
A Mild Beginning
*  A cross-grained old farmer recently
had a difference of opinion with his
neighbor, and ultimately called upon
a solicitor. , ���
I iswant you to write liim a lotto*-,
and'tell him this 'ere foolishness has
got- to stop, ho said firmly. I know
just what to say, but I ain't ��� good
enough scholard to. put it just right.'
Woll, what do you jvaut me tc say?
the lawyer asked.
Well, begin by telling "him he's the
darndest, lyingest, thievingest reptile
on earth���and then' work up.
Pay, or Publicity
' He was a North, Country smail
tradesman who had just sot up business for himself, and it was his dear-,
est ambition to restrict .his customers to paying cash, and that promptly.
But, alas! there wore a good many
good souls who insisted on taking
out credit,books.
Ho began to feel very'keeuly that
this sort of thing must'be stopped before It went too fnr, so he-posted up
the'following.notice just inside the
door of his shop-where all could read:
Fllonse don't .ask for-crcdlt as a refusal often offends.
But, alas! this delicate hint direct
had no effect whatsoever, ' and the
struggling small trad or nearly tore his
hair in vexation.        y
Next morning this notice took tho
placo of tho former; Tho.namcs and
addresses of all thoso who buy goods
at this shop and don't pay for thom
can be viewed in tlio credit ledger for
tho sum of twopence. ' '���".' -
..The result was little short" of 'miraculous. The curious paid'tholr two-
ponces with avidity���just to seo who
owed^-and.inside a week every debtor
hud paid his account in full."" .-
Minard's
Liniment  Cures
"Cows
Garget  in
FIFTY YEARS MISERY
Woman Saves Penny After Penny, to
Purchase Clock for "a Church"'  .
Geneva. ��� A widow, nearly 76
years old, Mme. I-Ionegger, of tho village of Bremgarten, Canton of Arg-
ovie, has Jived in great misery for
the last fifty. years, and practically
wasted her life in order to buy a present for her communo before she died.
, Recently' the widow's strange self-
sacriflco came to an end, .when she
presented a large clock worth'$4100
to the commune, to be erected in the
steeple bf tho old church. She had
saved tho amount penny by penny on
an*average of $85 a year, dressing as
a beggar, and often starving herself
during tho fifty years past.
Everybody was surprised when it
became known that she had saved such
a large sum. Aftor the formal presentation of tho gift Mme. Honcgger
said that she had gained lho object of
her life, and that now death dltl-not
matter.
5100 Reward, $1U0.
The remit" ol this paper will lie pleased to leara
that tbeie Ih at lean one dreaded (i'suiK tbat celence
lias been ablo to care In all lu stages, and tliat la
Catan-1). Hall's Catarrh Cure In tlie i-nly posltlvo
cure now known to the medical traUrnltj". Catarrt"
liolns a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hairs Catarrh Curo la taken Internally, act'3g directly upon lho lilood and mucous
wrlacea ol ths lystem, thereby ., destroying Ihe
foundation ot Urn disciasr. a.id glvlni; the patient
itrcnfftli by UuUdlnsr tip inn constltutlon'and asiliit-
inj nature la dolnc Its work.' The'proprietors havo
ao much faith In Its curatlvii powers that they oDcr
One Hundred Dollars (or any case lhat It mils to
Jure. Scnil tor list ot tcstimonia'a.
JAdCrtassl*-. J.CHENUY & CO .Toledo, O.    .     ''
So.d by all lirtiggkiu, 7&c.
U'aie Hall'* Family rills Jor tonstipallou.
The Biter Bit  .
Tho workhouse inmates wero Just
about to s't down, when two men
came along ono of tlie corridors carrying a steaming cauldron between
them. .   - ���
Aha! cried the ollicial who had been
laying in wait for them.' Put that
kettle down,; and .fetch, mo a spoon
"' Ono of tho men brought a spoon,
and at tho samo timo tried to say
sonioLhing, but was peremptorily told
to hold his tongue.
D'yer call that soup? at length'splut-
lered tho'official, as ho swallowed a
hsaped-up spoonful of the " steaming
mess.     It's more like dirty water!
But that's just wot it is,-sir, .answered tho second.man timidly. We've
Ta-been serubbiu' down tbe tables.
Multitudes of People
take SCOTTS EMULSION regularly to repair wasted vitality and'
enrich the blood to withstand
winter colds and exposure.
. , It contains the highest grade of
cod liver oil, medically.perfected;
it is a cream-like food-medicine,
scrupulously pure and healthful
, without drug or stimulant, , Endorsed and advocated by medical
' authorities everywhere, '      .
SCOTT'S EMULSION drives out
colds���nourishes the membranes
of the throat and lungs and kedps
, them healthy.
Nothing equals SCOTT'S
EMULSION for lang and bronchial
vieaknest���sore, tight chest* and
all pulmonary troubles.
Equally good for . infants,
children or adults, but you must'
have SOOTTS.
Scott & Bownc, Toronto, Ontario    ' 12-56
Ignorance helps to boom business
when'a man orders-a $3 frame for a
30 cent rictu're.
��� A safe and sure medicine for a. child'
troubled__"W-ith���avorms is^ Moths,**.
Graves' -Worm Exterminator.
A Golden One
* A-white "rose, in his'button-hole, and
cotton gloves on his dirty hands, old
Loafer swaggered jauntily along tho
street. At the corner a friend stopped liim, exclaiming incredulously:
Why, Bill, old man,'what's happened���bin left some hioiiey?        . .
No,'no, sal-d Bill. , It's mc golden
wedding. I'm celebrating uie golden
wedding! ,   .
. But why ain't your wife celebralin'
it, too?,inquired his, friend. ... I see
'er'going to-work* as usual this mornin'.
Why ain't she got a white rose and
noo gloves?      . .' .* ���
Er! muttered Bill, as he grunted re-
flcctirigly.* -She ain't got "miff in . to
Jdo ,wiv it"!      She's me fourth/
Luke McLuke Says,
When a man*has a little wife who
weighs about 90 pounds, ho always refers to her as tho old woman, but ���
if sho weighs' about 200 pounds, ho in:
.--.variably calls her the littlo girl.
A woman has qucei ideas .about
sport; She regards nagging a husband as a popular indoor pastime.
Why is it tliat a woman can como
home iu a cab and nothing is ever,
thought of- it? But if a man does
it there is a scandal.
Wasted Labor
Things looked very busy at the offices of Messrs; Solomons & Cohen.
For three whole days the partners, had
been poring over books and feverishly adding up huge columns of figures.
��� Then,' at tho end of it all, a wail of
'despair escaped the.lips of Mr, Solomons.
Ach, Cohen, he sobbed, vot a' vaste
���yot a vaste! Ve have given the
bookkeeper a vcok's holiday, and his
books-vas right,*'after all! ���
FORTUNE  IN  THE- STREET
W. ti. U. 934
Package Containing $360,000 Picked up
by a Paris Carter
Paris, Franco.���A carter named
Schild picked up a package in the lt'jo
do Vauglard recently. Another man
saw him and claimed-the parcel-nn*!
when Schild refused to Biirronder It
both men wont to the polico station.
When Uio parcel was opened it was
found to contain $G30,000 In bank
notes, EC-HI and valuable securities.
Thn man who claimed it from Schild
could not give a satisfactory account
of himself, ond as ho had two rovol-
vcrB and a largo knlfo in hia pockut
ho was locked up.
If the owner of tho parcel is not
discovered in a yonr und a day, It will
becomo Uio proporty ot tho carter.
,._. ������       -i    -     -- r " ���
Where Ho Scored
Mrs. Timothy Talker wn.i an ardent
upholder of lost causes, nnd n consequent ardent neglccter of homo and
Mr. Timothy Talker."
Now nlio wil!* rend Ins a treatlso -in
electricity, und aftor perusing It
Uirough, hIic romoved her glimsoH and
remarked:
Wonderful, Timothy! Rl|inclng at
hor bettor half Immorp.pd in his ovon.
ing paper. Do you hear? Soon wo
Hliull bo able 1o get anything by inovo-
ly touching a button.
Umph! grunted her husband.
Wouldn't do hero!
Why not, 1 should like to know.
Mrs, Timothy waited to crush hor
spouse with lho slwlBO'lmmmer of tin
lucoiitrovorMblo nrgnmont.
nei-niiHP, murmured Timothy, as lie
Hldleil to tlin door, nothing would ovor
induco you to touch a button! Look at
niv shirt.
A reminder of tho victory of Gor-
many over France comes to the men
on duty at--tho Spandau fortification
every year, says a Berlin letter, becauso* for several days every now year
officials of tho imperial troasury.perform an important duty there. They
count tlio 120,000,000 marks' "which Is
part oftJio sum exacted' from France
when penco was agreed upon, in 3871".'
It was deposited thoro and still remains'in theJulluBtiirm, all in ten and
twenty marlc gold pieces, ���fho groat
sum brings tho government no revenue, and'Dr. Gwlnnor, ono cf tho*directors bf UiiV'Ck'rmnn baiik, lias suggested that it bo invested In home
and foroign securities, so that tho
fund may bn increased to 300,000,000
marks for olther pcaco or war.
��� Russia to Have Women Lawyer's
St. Petersburg, Russia.���Tho committee of the council of the empire has
adopted tlie bill providing for the admission of women to the bar.
Hastened Her Exit   .,  ���
, It'was the scene of the first.pantomime rehearsal. Everyone was there,
including the stage-manager and tlio
principal boy. .
Tho latter,, who is always of tho
feminine persuasion, as most people
know,.had,her dainty head thrown,
back, and was warbling right merrily:*
Everybody's doing it, doing it, doing;
it!     ���       ;        ;   > . *    .      ���      ' .
" Every-^���'-'       _       -'   ." ' ���-*..,
Stop! for Heaven's sake���stop'.-yell-
ed Uie'afore-mentioned stage-manager. -
That won'"t do a bit! Can't, you put
moVo life and go into' it? Look here,
open your mouth wide, make an���ex"tra
special effort and throw..yourself Into. It! .    ..���''.-   - *"y;"A;   ;"
This Is the precise moment {wben
the principal boy resigned; -'.
Why doesn't she take
NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers
They slop a headache promptly, yet'do not contain any ol
the dangerous drugs common In headache tablets. Ask* your
Druggist about Ihem.   25c. a box..     ,,''
National Dnuo and Chemical Co. er Canada, Limited. 123.
Thero Is no moro offecllvo vermifuge on tho markot than Miller's Worm
Powders. Thoy will not only clc*.ir
thn stomach nnd bowels of worms, but
will provo a very serviceable medicine
for children in regulating lho lnfantllo
Byslom nnd maintaining It in a houltliy
condition. Thoro It noihlng in tholr
composition tlint will injuro thomoBt
dellcalo stomach when directions aro
followed, and thoy can bo given to
children in tho full assurance that
they will utterly destroy all worms. ���
An aero of ground that now supports two poofplo will have to support
a thousand In dnyB to como,
Well,-Jt cun probnbly do it, asBCi'*--
od Mr. Wombat, I jisod to barely
support myflplf, Nonv I mipport a
wlfo, four ehlldron, a mothnr-in-la-v
and twoof my wife's h-rollicr**, anil I
don't -Hi-oni to fool tlio Btraln vovy
much moro.
THE FARMER AND HIS
;;.������..'/    GRAIN    ���'*'":,
The only nuro una uatlsf<ictory way in which the- vr��it��rn FArm***
fean ttecure thn 'richest possible market value for his wheat, oatn, barley and
flax Js hy Bhlpptnir It by the carload to Fort William or Port Arthur, or to>
Dulutli If oars cannot be cot for the nther tormlnala (lofiillnu It If ponntbl*
���direct (nto the cur over lho loading platform so an to nave -"levator charjieB
ana-dockacs) and employlnj; n iti-lcuy comnitriBlon firm loh&ndlo and dli-
poso of lt.
We continue to act an the Farmer-*' Ancntn eolely on a commission bants.*
Wo aro not traolibuyers and we novor buy the Fanners' rraln on our own
Recount, but look nrter and dispose of tho Rraln entrusted to us, ns th��
���rents of Uiobo who employ us, and It ln our desire nna endeavor to rlvo'
evoryone lho very bent ncrvlce possiblo, We make liberal Hnvancrs against
car Bhtpplnjr bills, and will also carry the -Train for a time under advanoes af
n inodorate commorolal rale of Interest, if considered advlsituie. We Invite
ell Fanners to write to ua for shlpplnu' iimtrucUoiii and market Information.
eto .
Thompson Sons & Company
700-703 Y. QRAIN EXCHaNOE WINHIPBQ, CANADA
DRAIN COMMI83ION  MERCHANTS
mmmmmmm
KB
NOTICE
Tilt iliio UiWil).-!  llCoil ci:.\ I'i'UtO-iZ 1.10
world over foi Ma repartee, and he
did not hello his reputation for smait
rr-toTtA nulto recently.
It happened tlint a warship touch****'!
nt n mllltnrv port on (lm coa��t, of Ire-
Dlocouraglng
What reaHon havo you to think my
iliwrihter lovoti you? ,
Bho miyn Bho is willing to in ale o
any nacrlilco for mo,
That's no sign she loves you.
What to lt, then?
An indication thai aut-'a crazy.
u-���� kmr.il. if ii wii-i In i fiulii it'ii i.o !���������'���*������ "m1 !x Toinin-v' mcotln�� a lull
Was lUllCU-li U Wtl.J in a Ilbllli Its l o   ,       ,   ,   ...    .      ���     .i      otroot   ne
concern of n.lno.     Kvery man mnali^Tl.L"^^' Ju U,�� 8trCot' Rc
look fifter himself lu this world, nnd i!
tho police wnnt. you Uir-y can llnd you
for tlienifiiilvef*.
God blfflfl you sir, paid Oreen fawn.
li'l'lj*. Hod blp.is ynu, rAr, for your
id ml ne s.i to a poor unf-ii'liiliati* fellow
what nr-ver iiurnit no 'urm to no on*\
and IT <:vfr you're in a 'ole, fir, mny
!,-0Tiie one���
T!i-'*'\ flint up, f-nlil 'I'hnr.iltl. 1.!*I-*f.
Jy. J want iiono of your thanks.
Shut up nntl jump out.
Jump ont, f*-i**.pf-<l ('rccn, M-hy n'.nb
t-ivj mln' to fc'MY> nif'7 .Tumi*, onl! Why  other,
tl*-" > il li.ib in
conted him with:
Here, I say, Pat, wlien aro you Roiu'
lo put thoso whiskers of youra on Uio
rcBcrvo list?
Pat turned and ryed hl.i quof-lioncr.
ihoiiKUlfully for Uni win.'-, of luilf a
second; then*.
]li-;;orra, J'-ifit an roon or. over you
placo jour own loat'iio on tho tii 11
list* was the reply.
K\c;- tiiif'cc liow eager one ilovlor
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Tho Canadian Northern Quebec Railway Comnany.
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Ummia^**** ��������� \     11.  THE NEWS.' CTJMBEKLAm B. c.  Vl.  I  How He Escaped  Aw Operation  And Was Completely Cured of  Piles of 14 Years- Standing  by Or* Chase's Ointment  KING NICHOLAS MUCH DISLIKED  GERMANS PRAISE BRITISH MUSIOf   ^MSd*tVa������**M*y**Vb*m  Mr. Chas.Bcauvals.  Doctors say tliat about one person  ln  ovory  four, suffers  moro  or  less  from piles, and who can imagine a  ' moro annoying,   torturing1,    disagree-  ablo ailment?  After trying- *i few treatments with*-*'  out success, and*as the, ailment grows  worse, tho medical doctor Is consulted.,  An operation, ho- says, Is necessary.  ,You think of tho suffering, expense  and risk to lifo itself, and hesitate  beforo taking such a step.  ��������� In" many thousands of such cases  Dr. Chase's Ointment, has ��������� made  thorough and lasting cures. Read  this letter for the'proof. ' " --  Mr. Charles Beauvais, a - well-  known ' citizen of St. Jean, Que.,  writes :���������"For 14 years I suffered  from chronic piles, and considered  my case very serious.'1 I was treated  1 by a celebrated doctor who could not  help me and,ordered a surgical operation as the only means of relief.  "However, I decided to try Dr.  Chase's Ointment, -and obtained*great  relief from the first box. By the use  of -three boxes I -was entirely cured.  This is why-it gives me great pleasure  to recommend Dr. Chase's Ointment  to all who suffer from piles as a  treatment of*the greatest value."0  Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60 cents a  box, all-dealers or Edmanson, Bates  & Co., Limited, Toronto.   -. *  ������������������ Sought  Dowry to  Build up  Fortune  Scattered.by His Extravagance   ���������-*  !  i Berlin, Germany--,���������Count   Leopold  ���������   von' Saldern-Ahlimb. and his mothar  Countess' Louiso yon Saldern-Ahlimb,  belonging .to   a'.well-known  German  -   'family,  were  charged at Wiesbaden  *. with obtaining'$3750 by   false, pre-:.  -____t.fi.ns as  Pardons a Large Number of Dlgnltar-  les'In Prison for Conspiracy,\ -  ,. Vienna-,���������-Most surprising Neiwa  comes from Montenegro; King Nicholas and his dynasty are in danger of  losing the throne. A strong antidy-  nastic feeling.prevails In tho country  against;the Njegust family, and at the  same time it Ib reported from = Belgrade-that tho Servian Karageorgo-  vitch family'aro'roconsiderlng tha contingency of united sway over tho Servian" nation, (naturally, under a Kara-  georgevitch dynasty).  . The Njegust and. Karageorgevitch  families havo .long beon rivals'for ultimate predominance in,united Servia  and Montenegro, the latter a small,  mountainous country, being of purely  Servian nationality. King ' Peter  Karageorgevitch.is son-in-law to King  Nicholas o������ Montenegro, ��������� whose dead  daughter was, Poter'a wife.- - But for  years hatred had prevailed between  eon an-d father-in-law.  High Treason Trials  Only a fow years ago high treason  trials wero conducted a.CCettlnje with  a view, to showing to tho' world tliat  attempts on the life of King Nicholas  were instigated by persons connected  with tho Belgrade royal court. Shortly  boforo the outbreak of the present war  reconciliation had taken place between  King Peter and King Nicholas.  For some timo the chances of con-,  quering leadership over lho Servian  nation were in favor of tho Njegust  dynasty. Particularly after King  Nicholas, giving way to tho radical  movement Iii. the country' against his  despotic rule, was finally forced 'to  grant a constitution. But lack of any  essential success in this war.caused a  sudden turn. Montenegro was the  only Balkanj state that scored no big  success, although she first opened the  war.  1 To' meet the growing unpopularity  and to tie the fall of Scutari, with,his  name, King Nicholas recently assumed supreme command over the beseig-  ing army; but the result of nearly-,two  months' siego is that the condition of  tho. beleagured Turks is-better than  that of tho ' Montenegrins.' Th-3'  king's army has been, more than decimated; it counts now only 23,000 men,  and tho war was opened with 32,000.  There is famine, and the economical  condition of, the country is described  as deplorable; King Nicholas has  become1 unpopular, and; all sorts of  hostilo rumors arc current against the  hereditary Princo Danilo. In face of  all this-Crown Princo , Alexander , of  Servia heaped * victories, and King  Pe't'crstriumphs.  \ Tries Conciliation  It", nay be .'remembered, that Kin?  Nicholas Las of late pardoned a-.'con-  sidpraJjle number of Montenegrin dlg-  nitarrcs - imprisoned for ' conspiracy  against his dynasty, evidently wi*;i a  ���������Yi'dyi-' to reconcile the ��������� antidynast-c  '���������movement; .bu^tith^_unl^ky_^urie_oi  London Symphony   Orchestra,   With  Beecham Leading, Scores In  1 h . Berlin  Berlin.���������-No   qther. foreign orch-ss-  tra or ��������� conductor haa "ever received  moro whole-hearted praise from Berlin's' usually grudging critics than that  accorded to Thomas Beecnam's symphony orchestra, which*; gave its nr*rt  concert here last.nighfc.   .With tho  exception of passing, flings   at   Mr.  Beecham's   indiscreet' .gesticulations  with the-baton, it is the unanimous  judgment that the Englteb players and  their leader provided Berlin with,'genuine artistic.pleasure. *   '  ..  . The Local Anzoiger says:- From the  purely technical. standpoint tha Londoners make an excellent impression.  They are' apparently' ao good an orchestra as utterly to. obviate tho necessity, of such personal mannerisms as  those to ���������tyhich-Mr. Beecham is addicted;  " Ho himself has "no need to resort to such externalities,as Uo is without doubt not only a thorough, musician, but a born conductor.  Tho Deutsche, Tageszeitung snys:  Mr. Beecham's "orchestra scored a pronounced success." The loader is a  temperamental, resourceful conductor,  who directs hi3 well-drilled players  with undeniable warmth and expression.   ���������    ' ' *    '      ���������'  Englishmen,* says the Borse-Coitr-  ier, especially- violinists,"' play with  soveroiga assurance. It must bo a  pleasure to be* their, conductor. Mr.  Beecham is primarily, a master,'of effects' He is,most at home among  the modern composers and ,In operatic music. In-this latter domain we  should like to seo the temperament of  .this militant artist at work. The  Tagblatt says: "Mr. Beecham's orchestra stands comparison with the best.  Tho "Mozart Symphony was rendered  with exquisite delicacy T" Tho English orchestra revealed masterly training. Mr. Beecham is a temperament-  al conductor, and he has -done much  for German music* Where are. our  own millionaires of whom as much  can be said?  The Army of  Constipation  It Growing Smaller Every Day*  CARTER'S UTTLE  LIVER PILLS aie  ,responsible���������they not  only give relief ~  they perm an enliy  cure Constipation. Mil-,  lions use  them (or  Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Slut.  Small Pill-, Small Dose, Small Price,  Genuine must bar Signature .  '   Immune"  Mother���������Now, Franklyn, if I hcaT of  your- playing football again. I shad  chastise you. * . ,    *  ..  Franklyn.���������Well, mother, a chap  who's afraid of a licking would, bo no  earthly use at football.  HE FOUND THEM   J  NOFAITH CURE  But Dodd's Kidney Pills Cleaned Out  W. F.  Black's Sciatica  The count has been in custody sinc-3  May..    Tbe defense put forward^'on  . his behalf is that ho is mentally deficient and afflicted with a mania for  extravagance.    It was alleged-that he  .,nnd his mother lived-in brilliant, style  in .Wiesbaden hotels aud boarding  houses on money advanced by hall  sorters and landladies. - After amassing, it is alleged, debts amounting to  t?150,000j;or $200,000 for such luxuries  ���������ns motorcars, race horses and Italian  . palms and distributing, bills of exchange for $75,000, the count, was induced to consider a\marriage with an  heiress as tlio easiest way out of tho  diffculty. , 'Ho went'-.to''live at Wiesbaden in 1011 for tlio., purpose of co-  ��������� operating with.a matrimonial agent in  quest of a wealthy brido, but all his  efforts were'in vain,   ���������  "thlfwar* find the desolate state o'  fairs in Mont'negro ..appear to" 'iavc  rather fostered it as never'before.  TO  EXHIBIT. NOVEL , PRODUCT,  Tiny Models Made In Prison to Form  Part, of International Show  Cause of-Asthma.���������No-one can say.  with certainty exactly what'causes the  establishing of asthmatic conditions.  Dust' from tho street, from .flowers,  from grain and various other irritants  may set up a trouble impossible to ir-  radicate except through a sure preparation such as-Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma' lfemedy. Uncertainty'.may  exist as-to causo, but thero can be no  uncertainty regarding a remedy which  has freed* a generation of asthmatic  victims from this: scourge' of the  bronchial tubes. It is- sold everywhere.''  A girl marries to gain liberty;"  man remains singlo to keep it. ���������*  m* Wimi ���������*������ W *���������*��������� ���������' f*~���������mmm*  '" The successful man Io ono who is  on tho job whon tho main . chonco  comes along,  Wants Other Women to Know  How She was Finally  Restored to Health.  TTnmmond,. Ont ��������� " I am pasaln*r  through the Change of LUo and fov two  years liad hot flushe:* vory bad, hood-  aclien, soreness in tlio back of head, was  constipated, nnd had woak, nr-rvoua feelings, Tho doctor wlio attended mo for  n.number of years did not holp me, but  I havo beon entirely relieved of tho  abovo symptoms by Lydia IS. I'inlchom'o  Vegetable Compound, Hlood Purifier nnd  Livor Pllla, and jrlvo you permission to  publish my testimonial." ��������� Un, Louis  JJhaucage, Sr., IIammoncl,Ont,Caiinda.  Wj^^ l--No-F Braiwwiclc,  wm&.  ���������*>  Cnnnda. ��������� "I can  hlphly recommend  Lydia & Pmkham'a  VogotablcCompound  lo uny nufForinjj woman. I havo taken  it for female weakness and painful  mcnntruatlon and it  curod ino. " ��������� Mrn.  IJcVEnn BAnuoun,  Harvey liank, Now  Brunswick, Canada.  Lydia R. Pinl-hnm's Vegetable Compound, mado from native roots and herbs,  contains no narcoUc or harmful drugs,  s.r.1 io��������� Ji*,- '.oil*. iXm ixsvuiii of Icing "IJri-ft  moot successful remedy for female ills  wo know of, nnd thousands of voluntary  testimonial!* on file in tho Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., eecm lo provo  this fact. Every suffering woman owes  It to horaelf to jjiv* Lydia ID, Pinkham's  Vegetable* Compound a trial  If you want spuclsl aifrlea wrlto U  Lydla I). riukluiii Medicine Co. (conil*  ilcntlal) Lynn, Mass* Your letter will  lo opened, road and anHtrcrc-l by a  woman tod held Ut strict coatl-leao*  London. ��������� A great desire to  make things is characteristic, of all  prisoners, says an ofiicial statement  issued by* tho board of trade, and. a  very interesting collection of models  made by convicts, will bo included la  ���������the special display which, oa has beon  stated, is being arranged by the homo  oflice for tho Ghent International ox-  hlbiLion to illustrate the modern science, of prison management.  How intensely interested tho-prisoners becomo in their work is illustrated  by tho caBO of ono man who is notorious for his assaults on warders. Ho  has been so interested tlmt his be-  havious has been exemplary for throo  months, and his ambition is to he discharged in timo to coo his model On  exhibition,  ��������� pno ot tho prison-made modolB will  illustrate tho old-fashioned iron cells,  made from corrugated iron, which  woro*'.very*., popular wllh tho habitual  criminal; as lt was easy to carry on  conversation, . Tho model Is complete to' tho minutest dotalls although  lis measurements*must"��������� bo taken ln  inches, Eycntho candlo in tho can-  dlostlcit iind'* tho prisoner's piece of  soap aro drawn to scale.  Articles manufactured surreptitiously by convictB will also bo shown.  Small modols molded out ol bread ami  then colored with blacking and whitewash aro often mado. Skoloton keys  carved from beef bono** to opon the  coll doors aro among tho ingonlous  plocos of work whicli hayo boon found,1  and will bo included In tho display.'  A Borlcs of llfo-Bl/.o models of convicts cngagod on prison tai-ks will  probably bo ono of tho most interesting exhibits. Two convicts will ho  shown working at nn anvil nnd another making ropo fondevn for fillips.  A convict nt work haakot-weuvlng will  havo dlHplnyod around him Bpoclmon  of tho various types ot baskets which  nro mado in pi-laon. Tho actual bask-  ot at which tho figure Is working Ib a  wasto-papor bimkot for tlio war department.  --���������'    *'      That Elusive Object ���������  For certain, districts ."object" drawing has become the vogue in .school-?,  and troops of cliubby-faced * children  ma^bi^cejut������li)lWi1S_to_sch,o'QUa_rn3i,  od wftb? such weapons as* hammers,  hatchets,,'chisels, buckets, and similar  domestic articles to bo used as "objects."     ;    ��������� '*.* ���������'        *. .     ���������  Recently one of these classes was  about to commence, when a small boy  sidled up tearfully to "his teacher's  desk, and burst .forth with a convulsive, gulp:  .  1 Please,*-teacher, l'vo'swallowed me  object. , .  , Oh, Billy, what ever was it? cried  teacher, and held her breath while sho  waited for his, answer. -  A banana, nrJss! whispered the embryo artist, as tho salt tears worked  havoc with his small ��������� face.'  He was in agony'when a friend gave  him a box.   .Now he   recommends  them to everybody.  Newcastle, N.B,. (Special)���������In thes*  cold fall days when the chill *>yiiyt3  crystalize the uric acid in the blood  and-cause the pangs of Rheumatism  and Sciatica" to bring sleepless.,nigh:s  to many a home, a man's best friead  is he who'can tell his neighbor of'a  sure euro for his tortures. ' Such a  friend is Wm". P.' Black of this place.  He suffered from Sciatica and lame  back.: ��������� He was so bad that ho could  not lace his boots or... turn in bed.  Dodd's Kidney .Pills cured him and  ho wants. all his 'neighbors to know  of lho cure.  . "Yes," Mr.- Black says, in an interview, "I- was go bad with Sciatica- and  Lame Back that I couldn't lace my  shoes or turn in .bed,, when a friend  gavo mo-about a" third, of a box oi  Dodd's Kidney Pills. I started taking them without much faith in their  curative powers, and' found 'them all  they wore recommended.  "Now I am recommending Dodd's"  Kidney Pills to all sufferers from Kidney Disease's."  Dodd's Kidney Pills are 'no- faith  cure---���������T-heyire-asrsimple-but-sure"CUr*T  for diseased kidneys.  G.T.P. Town Planning  In a recent thoughtful review of tho  cvonts of 1912 a western writer has  this to say- of Grand Trunk Pacific  methods: ���������  ���������    ���������    .  Tho railroad's methods of building  a real town   aro   most   interesting.  Take-for instanco.'tbo lino' from Edmonton   to   Calgary,    whicli     runs  through 233 miles ot the richest farming country in tho west and which  eventually- extends to tho International  boundary, whero it will connect with  railways giving direct communication  to tho important cities of tho United  States,     Along this line are ��������� all   of  the conditions which go to make up  wealthy farming   communities, ��������� and  thriving   young   cities.  .    Had   lhe  Grand Trunk Pacific been intent on  making sales   alone, it   might   have  planted,  boomed  and. sold  a  dozen  cities between Calgary   and' Kdmonton. and might perhaps havo made an  inunodlato profit of several  million  dollars.     But tho road looked ahead  to (ho reaction.     So it sent out its  best engineers and investigated, and  in the ond decided to build but ono  city in that distance of 233 miles, instead of several.,    At the same time  it placed on a dozen or more smaller,  townsites, which were in no way,to  bo advertised as possible big towns;  but which were to he made   thriving  littlo places serving the needs of their,  communities,     But midway between  Calgary and Edmonton, 123 miles from  tho former, and 111 from the latter,  was fouri'd the ideal location and conditions for a town that would becomo  a city.     It is,not a "happon-chanco"  town, it is the.divisional point of the  Graii'd Trunk Pacific between Galgury  and Edmonton and* though it is only  a little over a year old, it already has  live miles of track.with .three more under way, repair shops, round-house"*,  stock 'yards, el-jvators, hotels," over' 30  places doing a hustling business and  approximately 500   people.   ,-Within  two years'I predict that it will havo,  five or six thousand.���������'��������� Conditions and  not wildcat booming, will compel a rapid increase in ' population.       These  conditions are a result of what might  be called "lnlensivo"  town   building  rather-than   extensive;   Tho.' Grand:  Trunk Pacific mado sure of conditions  beforo   it  started���������conditions -which  will in time placo it among the important'cities in'tho west.  Insist on  this  trademark  ���������n all your  records  TrademarK  The One  Ideal Gift  for all the family  for all the year  around is a  Columbia Graf onola  Ask your' nearest Columbia  dealer to piay you the specia  ^mas-Columbia Records. (Fit  any machine.)  Columbia Phonograph Company  McKinnon Building, Toronto,' Ont.  Territory Opoa to Doaler������  If your Clothier does not sell  SANFORD'S SOVEREIGN  E5  see the other, fellow  GALL STONES I  Kidney Stones and Gravel nre auloif-  ly expelled from thi) system by th*  usoJof v 0 '*,  ":"-��������� SANOL  which has been a signal success  throughout Canada as- n. complete  euro of Kidney Trouble and all Uric..  Acid Diseases. W-. wlll send letters  lelllnu of many cures to ull who will  writo us. .  Price J1.50 Per Bottle at a,ll Leading  Druggists.  THE  SANOL   M'FG,   CO.,  WINNIPEG,  MANITOBA  LTO.  Miiiard's Liniment Co., Limited. . ,  Sirs,���������I have-used your MINARD'S  LINIMENT for the past 25 years and  whilst I have occasionally used other  liniment's I can safely' say that I have  never used any equal to yours,  -If rubbed between tho,hands and in-*  haled frequently, it will' novor fail to  cure cold in the head in twenty-four  hours.'  It is also " the ��������� Best ���������' for  .bruises,  sprains, etc.-* .   ���������     ��������� ���������   ,  ,  '' , Yours truly, J.  * ^��������� -J-r-'fef-IrESblB:���������  Dartmouth. '   ,  Vienna. ��������� Dr. David ITelnrieli  Mueller, who is an eminent orientalist  and profctsBor ot Semitic lanKunKcs  at lho Vienna Tlnlvei-Hily died hero  Toceully, ftf?������:d 00 yearn, Tlio I3m-  porov Francis .ToBeyh conforvoil a pi-  tont of nobility njion tho savant tho  da" bof-M*; hi; fl**:i,.h.  Emily���������Why nro you wnvlnrr your  handkerchief-*  An'Telln-i���������Since papa 1ms forbidden  Tom tho hoiino, wo liavo arrangoil a  code of nlprimlH.       ���������  AnRolIno���������Wiion ho wnvos his handkerchief flvo tlmoB that mcawr, Do  you lovo mo? And whon I wavo flvo  times in reply it mcum: Yon, darlln*-;,  Emily���������And how do you aslt other  questlona?  Anpeliim���������Wo don't. Tlmfa tho  Y/holu code.  LA GRIPPE^ VICTIMS  Left Weak, Miserable and Peiy to  Disease in Many, Forms'  One of tho moRt\troachoroug' diseases afflictin*; tU-yj.pcoplo ot Canada  ditrin,"!* tho winter'montUs is la grinno,  or in'luoui;a. Jt- alriiost invariably  ends with a complication ol troubles;  Ittortuips its*.victims wllh alternate  fdvers and chills, hoadachc3 and backaches. ��������� It leaves him an cany prey '.o  pnoiimonia, bronchitis, and ovon consumption. Indood tho deadly aftor-  nfft'c-U of In prlppo may leave tho victim a chronic invalid. . You can  avoid la psrlppo entirely hy keopin*-;  lho blood rich and rod by an occasion",  nl uso of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, If  you hnvo not dono this and tho dl3-  onso attacks you, you can banish Ha  deadly after-effects' through tlio uso of  thin name groat blood-buildins, nerve-  restoring medlclno, ' Hero la proof  of the wonderful power of Dr, Wil-  Hams' Pink Pills over tills trouble.  Mr. Emmanuel Laurin, St. .loronr.',  Que,, says: "1 was eoizod with nA-severe attack o^la grlppo.     I was ob-  IlKod to stop work nnd ronuiln In niv  bod for Hovcral woolen, and whllo I  iippc-ared to got ovor tho first Htiigon  of tho trouble, I did not regain my  umiul health.   I miffoved from lieivJ-  aches, loss of nppotlio and- oxlromo  weakness. '   r did not nloop well at  night!*, nnd would arise in tlio morning fooling tired and worn out.   TliU  continued for about two mont lis during which timo I wan taking tro.itmont  but apparently without nvnll.   Thon I  wns advised to try Dr, Williams' Pink  Plllo, nnd I ������.-*ot a half dozen boxes, IV  tlio tlmo-I had taken throo boxes thoro  was a docldod Improvi-mont, ami actually boforo I hud completed tlio nixtn  box I won enjoying my old-tlnin health.  I wiui lilrong an ever, could Hloon well  and oat woll, and no -loiigor stiffurort  from 1 :i":���������'.t;i.1. ,.;,J l.i.u.i.it.Mbb.   I ������������-.���������������������������  proved tho vrthw   nf   Dr.   Wliilnm*-.'  Pink PIIIh for tho pornleloiui nfti-r-  effects of la grlppo, nnd can tlioroforn  recommend them to other ciifftrcr-i."  Dr. Williams',, Pink 'PIIIh euro   by  going to tlio root of tho trouble In tho  Mo/id,   ii-iilo'i  ���������?!"���������' c:.".'..!:. i:;01  :.���������'���������*  red and puro.     Thoso pills euro all  troubles Uuo to bad blood, and If you  aro ailing you should ntnrt   to   euro  yoursolf to-day hy taking thin groat  medlclno.    Bold by all medlclno do'it.  era or by mail at CO cont.1 a box or  six boxos for I2.G0 from   Tlio   Dr.  WlUWunb' Medicino Co.,   Brockvlllo,  Ont.  An eastern man who was on a business trip through ,tho west stopped  at tho small' hotel in a country lp\yn  ono day. ���������' Ho entered ��������� the diiiing  room aud was shown to a table'by a  waiter. * ;  Will you havo some pork and beans,  sir?ask(:d tho waiter as ho brought  lho customary glass of wator.  No, I -don't care for ll-em, answered tho man. I. never cat .'pork  and beans."  ' Dinner is ovor, then, sir, said the  waiter, as he moved away.  An Irishman was going along tho  road when an angry bull rushed at him  ami tossed him. over a fenco.  Tho Irishman, recovering from- his  fall, upon looking up, saw tho.bull  pawing and tearing up the ground,' a:'  Is tho custom of tho animal when 'r*  rltatod, whereupon ho smiled a't the  animal nnd said:  If It was not for your bowing nnd  scraping and your 'humble apologlss  you brtito, faix, I should think you  had thrown mo over tho fenco on purposo.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Eto.  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Engineers and Boilermakers  Boilers of   all    kinds��������� Engines,  Pumps and Heavy Plate Work  WTrite us for Prices  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  A man can nover remember what a  girl .said when" oho proposed to him.  It*takes a good pugilist or n poor  ministoi* to put his man to sleep,  Faint heart  widow.  seldom   escapes   fair  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Tako LAXATIVE   DHOMO   Qulnlao  Tablets. Drugplsffi refund money If il  (ails lo euro. E. W. GROVE'S fllgna-  turo is on ouch box,   250.  Tho moro fnct tlmt a, man dootm'l  laugh at his own Jnkos is no indication  that ho ilooHii't think thom funny.  A bird In lho hand falls to ctitcli  lho oarly worm.  And a baby would rather go to slo?p  than listen to a Jullaby.  UNIVERSITY,WITH   ONLY  THREE  "     "   CHAIRS       .      A  Hamburg to Embark   on    Ambitious  Project for Benefit of Local  Nccda  ' Hamburg, ��������� It ia '������������������ now ' reported  that tho senate of tho i'ree city ot  Hamburg has Anally resolved to carry,  into execution the project of founding  a university for its special needs, that  has for so many years been tho suo-  ject, of public discussion.  ������������������^Tho university, ��������� it is stated, Js to  havo only three faculties, namely: Ono  for jurispudenco, ono for philosopn*/  and ono for colonial science, and tU.o  characteristic feature is to bo the coordination of theso. sciences. Tho  scnato proposes not to mako tho university dependont on annual grant.-*,  but to placo at its permanent disposal  the interest on a loan of $0,250,000.  Tho building suitable for tho purposo of tho university already oxlst.3,  through tho gono'roslty of a Hamburg  citizen, nnd this philanthropise gentleman has also promised to defray  tho cost of tho requisite enlargements.  Tho new univorsity will bo organized on tho model of other German universities, with tho exception that  Hamburg merchants will bo represented ln tho administration, and will bo  in closo touch with tbo colonial do-  par Imont.  A Curo for Fover and Ague,���������Din-  turbanco of tho stomach tviul livor al-  wnyn prosedo attacks of fever nnd  agup, showing derangement of tho digestive organ; and doteriorutlon ln  tho quality of tho blood. In thoso  iillinonts Pui'iiK'loo's Vegetablo Pills  havo been found most effective, abating tho'fover itnd subduing tho ague  ln a fow (luyn. Tliero aro many who  aro subject to thoso distressing disturbances and to thoso thoro is no  bolter preparation procurablo as a  tuoaiis of relief.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If. you feel "out of Rorts"���������'"run down'-'  or "cot tlio blues,", Buffer from, kidney,  bladder, nervous diseases,* chronic weaknesses, ulcers,- okin t-wiptlons; piles, &c,  wrlto for my-FREW book. It Is the  most Instructive medical book ever writ-'  -.ten .���������I t���������tells^a IWabou t���������thesoTil s'easeo*  nnd tho remarkable cures .effnete'd by  the new French Ucmodj' "THERAPION**  No. 1.- Mo.' 2, No. t, nnd you can decids  for yourself if it Is'lho*remedy for your  ailment. Don't send n cent. .It's absolutely FREH. No "follow-up" clrcu-  lars. Dr. LoOlerc Med. Co, Haver-  Etoclc Rd,. Iiiunpstcad, London, Eng.  GUARANTEED  REAL  ESTATE  , INVESTMENTS'  Write us for Information concerning our two Winnipeg Subdivisions  "Deer Lodge Subdivision" ��������� tho  finest property in the West end, and  "Woodlawri'' situated to the south  east.     We guarantoo profits.  STEWART &~ WALKER, LTD.  Sterling Bank BlcJg , Winnipeg.  CANCEH  Boolf Free.    A simp!������  Uomo   (realmen! rrmoveil  lump from IM* lady's broil  Old ������oreij, ulcers and  ;  crowlbs currd.    Describe  ���������"���������ui" Iroublo; wo will iitind baoli nii-l teclluionlnln.  THE CANADA CANCEN INOTITUre. uuirca  IO CHURCHILL AVE.. TOflOKTO  How would you liko lo ho our St-IHn--*  Agents,, and mako BIQ MONEY in  your Sp-ira Hours ?  Wo have tho Coods 1  Send PoaI Card to-day  for particulars, and "(Icl Into IIusIiwks."  M. O, Dqit. V. O. llox 1256, Montreal, Can,  Money tallcsi���������und lt nlwnys trtops  tn������c.  Any mnn tlilnltn   hn ltnowg   it   lot  about womon until ho murrioa ono.  Many n girl who lovoo. ft man for  bin money 1������ too modest to mention It.  After u city boarder haa spent lho  pummor in tho country ho Is apt to be-  l'-"'r> H'.'.t t\. u;!o;....l 0u'U bio:*. MU-  tary ln lot-iit-M out nf 'tv-'n.  W. N. U- 934  Flgm-allVL'ly Bpoalvliig, un old bnch-  clor nearly always liugu hlmnelf when  ho fioofl n nmek-lnoklng man trying to  unlet a equaling Infant,  Illood will tell���������usually tbe tilings  wa do uot want tola..  MoBt of us would rather accept another man'-* cigars than his advice.  If you hnvo too much money you  can cauUy acquire moro.  If a man didn't hnvo n wife, bo  probnbly wouldn't know tbat ho had  neighbors.  deputation  proves value. Tested throughout  threo generations���������known tlm  world over ns themost reliable piM*  venlivennd cnrrrol ive of sfonmcli,  liver, bowcltroublcs���������nn unequal-  al reputation has been secured by  BEECHAM'S  PIUS  SoU .Kttjwliu*.    ���������     ���������    is fa-M-u, 88-e.  , A Clovolnnd maniifactiircr hirofl a  private nocrolary not mnny months  ngo, Ho Imd nover had ono borer-.**,  but ho thought ho could afford tho  luxury. And luxury It wan, for tho  young man found llltlo to do. Ono  day, howovor, a real job enmo his  wny.  Smith, Bald his employer, I want  you lo llguro out for mo how wo can  cut down tho olllco oxpcnuos. l'vo  bocn over tho wholo thing carefully,  but I can't llnd out whoro wo flro  upending nny money unnecessarily.  But mill It's a, bit loo much, If  you'll llnd out whoro wo can suvo $*>���������)  a iiioHtu, 1 n una Uio amount lo your  rnliwy.  Tho perretary figured for nn hour or  two,, and thon announced that ho waa  ready to roport.  Havo you found tho leak? aaked tho  manufacturer.  ������1-'wi .*>���������*���������  ^lood boy,   liol'n hoar It.  You pay $f>0 for a private necreUary  and thon you do all tbo work yourself,  Vou lutvo absolutely na imo for ft  private Hccrotnry. If you'd v.el rid  of mo you'd wivo that $50 a month.  Tbal'H ***>. but you're knocking your-  self out ot a iob.  No, I'm not. You promiiT-d rrio a  raiiifl ot jr-i) for -Khowlnr you.  Ho got the rnl.10.  m ���������  .im ��������� 1   "���������������������������**-   ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� 1 *****  A blgaml.sl, ("ordell-i, Is a man whi  had more wlw-a than judgment,  It's dinicuU to rattle a bore: In fact  yon enn sHdom shake blm.  In accord'-inco with ������iibiiectlon V of  pocllon .'! of tbo Manitoba (lamo Protection Act ovory holder of a big  gamo hunting license must return thu  i-iimn to the I-epai'tinwit of AgrJcul-  turo &��������� Immigration,,duly i-worn to bo.  foro Justlco of Peaco or aCommlHslon-  er for taking uflidavltfl allowing tho  number, kind and hox of nnimal ItllKvl  and taken, Imnn'illiiti'ly after the cloeo  of tho flpnuon, nnd not later, thai  January ICth. Thor.e who have not  yet. roi-urned their llonnso choiild tnko  warning that Ihey aro not, only liable-  to a n-i-naU*/ provided in et-ctlon 30 of  tho Act but eannot. bn rrrnnfoil n olm.  nar iicorij-o in any mibsequont year:  lUMvi-ii ul Huiib'iib' /^cuiihci-i for Hiu  last open r,c!i.*-on must govern them-  uolvos accordingly.  feurexa  Harness  Oil  Sold by dealers everywhere  THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  )! WMM ^���������t^^^sli.^  fc*Ui<4t--KV.hM-f..Sl-^  ���������j-avv- :vw������.v .*> t***-*  wv*K,*^'t#Ai*j^������ajcj^v--;  ���������!j-'*-f.->.'-i;-.-"*i.L.s r-..^-(|^i|iT.'Vli|.||ttlf.tl| >A if  M.-*i-*.--***---*^-*M*^������--* ^  r.*^1*T������-trv|������.-r-#W>V  ^g���������^-^:..^, ^_,���������r^.��������� -^r*r~**ersc&imwm*3r*&vs "*"������*'  Tiie  uiirnberlaiid Hews  '-*si-i������(l   HvQty   Titysday- by. the  Somct   fit   Cumberland  *������ub-.ishing   Company.  This*.'viper  will ������.>?- \\old   itself  - ���������       4       1 . .  .���������..������*.[lOijsibli.* for rjju opinions of otli*  -sve, s.s may iiopouv in it**1 columns  srym timi' to timj1.  NOTICE is liireby given that appli-  cation'will,bo made to the Stipe i-inttnd-  eni ol Provincial Poiico for :i renewal of  ihe hotel license; o sell liquors by retail  iu ami upon the premises known as the,  New Hotel Meruit, Miuaicd on. Lot .\i,  Subiiivbu.n of Lets Northeast quarter  of Lui lit) ilcriot p,\y, Sayward .Dis-  tr'ct, II. C.  ' JOSEPH DtCK, Applieant,    .  Rated peer a8in, i$uf  WnihNKSDW, "MAira-'i,-. 101,  Sin-ward I.mil '^isin:'1.  ' NOTT01?U Uoroby givon tlct /nyp'.i-  u'Hi.'ii wilv ba made to ib** Sui'CM'tnt&iid-  intnf Pn.vjuiiiAl fulu-o, Victoria for a  liof-iiHo to soil ll-iuur by wh -.los-ilc". upon  ihu proiuisoijjjtmlndoii \i''l <i, ftlool; lfi,  Ou;i boilaud TtnvnsdLe, G-i.iniberl.md, 11. C  ClALlML-SSAlTO, Appliiu-iit.'  l'a'.od ihu IS-u d������v ot Deo. iill'l.  '  LUMBER '  SliE   US  Comox Sawmill CoVl-iimted,  Oom<>x,, I-. C-  SAUi OF wo'uk;'     ^  i   1P4Jil.tV*\fWt>WLlX������Jam?*l  Di-it-ii.- o! t.'o'nov  T\ !���������;)���������: NOT Mi thai "Vl.vy Thulin of  .'..'i.u'i, !'. C iif'.--ij>-.ti;-.n nian-iid   wom.ii'.  .d* t'i .iiiply   lor |'.t riiiiisu-m '..-) p'li":  . ���������*.'���������,.*.  ',':-  .'���������i,lo-.\invJ(isci-'ib������-.t i iii.is"!--  '\{?  YOU  WANT  .,"'*>.ni*!*. -iu-.;vf .**!   -i |*-**.-i  piatili-il ;ii   ih'.'  -,'i* .rev. rtd-ni;.-  (if T.  1-.   No.  4433d.  ��������� ���������ici>i:t i-.Ki-.b   fi's, -I)'.A-.s, thence \w-st .|<i  i'tuiiv--, ihence   ���������'i'-u'.h 5** chains more cr  loss 10 shore line, thence nlong the shore  fi-iu 4*> ciiitins inure or less  to pl.-u*-* ol  hi?^inniivi com^vning   200 aa'e-* juor-jo*-  '���������-ss.  o   '     r.KDRGl*: X'EKDiiJK  Ai.-_--.Nii for M.-'.i.y Timlin j  t-n'.c- .-** nyi;-! 1 j'''), i'.,'].'.'  '   * S".;v,-;;mr Lar.j Di-M.L*..    '    "  t>ist! ii'i .11 Ooilinx. '  '.' A K������'���������: \c. i'lt'fc' ilni! C's.u-Ics Til'ulii*.  ,i! LiiTt, i 11.', oi pupation   merchatM", in.-  '.-���������'i-l*-. lc   npply  for   pennissi eiiu>   juir-  'rh.ise the; ibe following f es>cr>becl land;������������������  ro'iunenting ;*t .--���������' post plumed in- Biowus  j-iy at  the nortli.-cast  corner  of T. b  ,1*146,   tboiice   west go  chains,, ihence  .-���������>,������������������.b 21 ch dr,;   tl'iCnce e.tst   Bo chums,  > ilvi shore line, thence-somh 20 chains  .nore c-r.less .ilo-ni* shore litis  to place of  ijcijiiminy conuining 160-'icrcs more or  !esi  fiEORGE VERDIER  "���������   " Agent for Clii'rles Thiilin  J>nte August *4th, 1912-  Jja-. varc. tancl District.  I).strict of Cr-mo^.  TAKK NO l'ICi������ that George Verdi-.  i.-, ������������������( l.n.i'i, fJ-C, occup.itio;*.  , ,  i.iu<:n-.!.s tf> fip.iiy for penivission   io- pnr-  ;������������������������������������'''������������������' il>e fjiii.iwin*.; clcscribed   bwds!���������  'JonviK-i-iciiv at a   post  planted  sit   tiie  _r.  "3  ������.-v-������������-iV'*i**������v*-ar������������cr-������  4  fe--  -*^4*  LABOUR COMMISSION  f-.**J7-J--T-*/-i-=>l-  SITTINGS 'of tbo Provincial Labour  Commission will be hold ns tullow ':���������  'Nar.Rvuo���������Niond*/, February  17lli, kt  8 p. m., Court-house.  Ciiml'Dilaad��������� Wviiiwuday, Feb n-.ry 19:1-,'  at 8 p. ft?.  /Vlborm-������-Mun(If>yt IVVuriwry   S'-ih. -st  .*- .*.    * -* *  S i). m,  Lidysmitb���������TufBiky, Febnury   25 *h,  at 3 30 p. m.  Steve toa��������� Moad*.y������ MarchSrti, at ?.-30  P- 1;1* * , '���������  Clullimick--Tuesday,. JJa-cb,' iibt   tit  2..TO p. m. '  Ney/ Westminster���������Thursday, jJJhrcii (5,  'ii'i; Ua.w., City Hall. , *    ' ,.  Vanoouve**���������Fridays-March lib, ,at 10  .a. m��������� Court-.hGy-������{?-.    * , .,  'IC." Yt"i-~. ^".'i.':'" ..'"^..".m. 1   ^'-e Coajniwrm ia- empowered to iu- -t  qv.iro into alt matters afleocing ������ho cor.ci-1-  pfcr.O'iB-iiiterastcd are iuvitci to'n*tteod|  "ancl jsivj evidence, f:  ������, G." PARSONS     J  Chairman     E  &ftW7KnBV3&&tMJV?Ai������H  '!     *   "     LAND ACr  Vancouver ttind "District  , Y..-  ' ;- District of8������yw������riK  . ' ���������  . TAlvK NOTICE   ihat" Michftfl  ToB'ng, oi Brooklyn. Now.Yerk, 00-  ou|)ti\ion Janitor, intends io nj ply  for iieriniF-sioh-to pu������cl.������i*5e the 161-  lowing' UoBcribed iand������:���������U&ihnien   ..  cin'g at a  post planted 50.' chains,-J  north of tl.o . north��������� west oouur ox.  lot'582.   ihen.e  past���������������������������'40 .������hain$>,   .  thenco Jouth   60  cliHin*,   th������������:co  WPB140 chain?,, thonco   north,.50   ;  chains to point of c>-ramencem������ini,,.  containing 200 now* more or W>n,  .MICHAKL; YOUNG, , *,  ���������" Apjiicont  Tliomii-s MntiriJ, Ageiit  Date October 80ih, 1912  ' LANTTTt?���������    ~~~,   .  Vancouver Laii'l District  District of Sayward  TAK15 NOTICE  thut William  Peter Adams,   of'N������w York, New  York1," oc<j.ipiiti'>n.   B.dosman,   in-  tendd to  apply for permi-i'ion' to  purohnst", th������ following  ile.������cril������>d*  hnd-**���������Cou'nr.encir.R ��������������������������� at   ft   poet  planted at Ihe.inrih-wes: .corner of J  iho * Bouth   "Llf-   ������������������f *.l������)i    59P,  h'-n co-  eon h   80   chain**, iliei.ee  wopT'IO chains', more or lt^s-io tho  oast' linn of lot. 585, thence  north  80-"chaius.   thence*east 40 chains,  moic or h-"*8 to p<iinlof cmrinienco**  nmnI, c'ontaininj! 820 uciou nvre cr  leo?.'  WILLIAM PKTER ADAMS.,  . Applicant  - Tlomne Matier. Agent  Dat>, October 29."h. 1912 .       '    ���������   '  io i*h nn-! to the shore line, thenre follow, - ���������,,.,,..     ,  -,-",,       ,. ,   , ���������     .   .1     tioii- of lahour'in British Co ivnbia.  \\u' tlie ���������Avm line '-.round tlie point to llie  ���������.'Lice oL beginning,'.  ViEORCE. VEUDfEK '  Appliaiul  p'.t;e Air-iust r^lli, 1913 '  ���������   ���������  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  ���������S.iy.vard Land Disirist.  iiisirict of Comox.  ' TAKE NOTICE' thai Fretl Thulin  ,)(' Liind, Ti C, occupation nierchan", in*  icii.t; f> i'ji'i*'Iy fo<" permission to pur-  i;;*.'.,,c ilw folio-wilt;,' described land:-  iJM vi iwnciiv,' at a po-*t "plante-i at Ibe E  *-o 1 h-s-ist ciiriwr of Timber Lease "No. 1,  ^i3.')', thence west So chains, thenrs  si-).u!i S:i chains, thence "cast 80 chaios to  biO'-etarj--  -iu80 L  IN TJ11C SUPItESrE COURT OP BRIT  ISA COLUMBIA, KASAUHJ*  BEGI8TBY '     .  H  the .-.h.irtj line, thence followini; short'  lui?. n:>i*il> S.-Jchains, more or less 10 llie  i)!.u:w' of ba-finmnt; containing; 6.''> acres  UHirc 01; less.  GEORGE VEKD1EU  Aycnt fou Fred Timlin  S>:<ie Anj-isst Kl-h, J9I3  ""l^L'OR LICENST2 JAC'!.','"  (.Section 48)  NOTICE is ht-i-eby kItcii, tliat on the  yHh 'lay of October  next,   npplicalinn  will'jj inula to the  Stipcrinientlcni of  I'toviociil Policcf >i' th? trnn-ifjrof llu  lir.L'n*J������! fov the sale  of lti*uor by   im\\\  'iu wiui upon the premises knownas liis  Willi;.vs Hotel, siuutc ot Campbell Kiv-  ���������r.i-, IVniuh Columbia, fr.im Ch-nrles. 'i'hti*.  li.-iani Emerson ��������� llann.in   to'  Cliarlrs  '1 liiilin, of Cainphell River,  Briti^C'il-  umbi.i,  iJated tins r.nh day of.Scpl., 1912  THULIN & HAN NAN  Iloldtiijif License  r,||.\RLES VIULIN  Applic-������in for Traivifor  Siwwtwd Lund District  District- of Saywwvd  TAKR iwticc thnt William  Tujuv; tiihson, oi Viuicouviw, otw  iM.jitioii. painter, iutim-la to b|>  ���������i/iy fov pormisfiionj toji puivlmHe  :hc fi.llo.viuR (lescrilxyl lr\mlf:~-  i."������;riTin!.'Mcinjf nt & postplsmlcd 20  cnuiivA (i.nst of the north cast cor-  ri-r of Timber LiewiM 3232, tlien-  vi. cast ao chuiua, tVicncc south  to cVi&ius. thence west 20 chains,  she rice north 20   chains to point  ii'     1. r-ililULiivXUl'-iiv;,       Cx/.iiMiiUliji  ,������o a:sivF morn or less ninl is lie-  nvtcn \Vhitt nu-U-Salntttn rivcti.  Wilt. 1 am Jam������s Crinsov  S. Maurice Carter, Aboiit.  Dvte August 21st,, 191a.  In lihe froeds of Wallace A. Sr*i-?hl nd,  hIho liinwn ai Wi-llliain W.A, Striuk'avd  di'Ci' i-Vll,' lulntiiai*.-'   ���������.  T.Uv.W. NOTKJK*, that byordw of flifi  Hi* or, Jutlflo Barknr,* mndo ia tho ab ,vu  C'. Lrt oa U������o \3nh d.\y; ot NovemkK-r 1012  thn nB-lci:>'i������ue-sl wm*- nppointoi) Ail-nii i���������'���������  -trot'ir, of tlii cct-itvi of lhe iboycn-un-s*!*  JiRrasufl, who <Hi*d ad IVrtlnn-l fe. thi  8 bit to of Oicgon, cne of ,i-lt Uuil-oil Stat-rB  of AtnerifR,.on or ab nt lh(>23Ui (Uy of  May, lfll'2, inlehtato.  All BCofiuiiir* tjotl e"*i w J^Ria������-t tlio  B*iwlost-iNj uni nil aodowntadso the mid  cBtulo iniia1; bi> proHontoA ami i*aiil rc������p������ct  ivcly on u'beforo thu let duy of Muroh,  1918.  ��������� TF.W. WJLLAUD   '  Ollicial Ailaiiniiilnilor.  Cwiihoi'lnml, B. C������  i  'NOTICE   is   hereby given ,that .the ,..p  reserve existing by reason :of ihe r.oiice  published-111 the British'-Columbia Gki  ������tie of December 27th, 1007. is cancel)- *  ed in so far ns lhe same  relates   to the  following described  land.**, so as. to prr-  nut oC the" sale' of lhe timber.-st'inding  thereon:���������. ��������� ,'"���������..  Commencing at the north-east corner  bf Lot 'No. 2849, R.cdohii.i Island, New  Westminster District ; ihence east 13  ch.iiris ; ihence north 4 chums; thence  east 19 chain*. ; , thence south 25  chains;., thence ������vest 32 chains j. more or  less lo tbe cast boundary of Lot No*,  2849; thence, northerly along 1 he cast  boundaiy of said lot to the' point of  commencement j containing by admeasurement 75 acres, mote or less.  . .UOIJKRT A. KENWICK,  \  ' Deputy Minister of Lands,  Department-af Lands,  .. Victoria. II. C, December nth, 1911:.  dec 3,\ to mar atf  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  fX TIIK COUNTY  COUHT Or' KAN  AI..MO UOU'ISN At CUMWCftLAJ?]).  ami at*  'in .Prr-bato j���������  In Dm matter or the font WilT nnd Trs-  Ui'iivit; el Ohurlw l>uvenp<iirt Snynor,  ilrueriiO'L  T A lv R NOTICE tha1- hy onl' r .nf fliii  Ilo.Mi',' Judtje Barker, mndo in tiio uhovn  1 'on L on tii** -Hi dny ol Ou'i-.in- or, 1'Jl'J.  tb'.' tuuli,r*.i-,'ne''l wuh unHitwllnlt'Ta of nl  minis'rati 11 wl h Will nnnrxod of tho oa  tntuoflliy ahiivu-uatno.l Chnrlou .1>, S-y-  ii(r, d-������ci'nii*il, wlio dkod at Ttojlt Bay, 15.  (J��������� on ->r about Mny 7th, 1012.  All ocuounts ORaloHt tho t-nirl Kitritu  Rod nil nrnimutn duo tho mM M- tile inu-if  bu praKeuted (1111*1 paid riflp������ctlrniy oii -ir  btifi'W tho Fin t dny nf Match, lDl.'l.  W, W. WJUAttD      \  OtUciul Aun.inb'.ratur  CiliuhoilAiltl, ll. V, jnu Wiiiw 1  TO DAIRYMK1T.  - > r.     I , -I-' 17-1  I'Ol   0'M<    'A*.   <V    -".HV-llli-wC- - i   uv/  ������������������Mafrnet" Cream Sep.'ir������'iiors{lV.c*  best  separator on  tlio  tniirkct  sixes I x 3.  capacify 350 la 400  nud   650 lo 70'j  lbs    per Iciitr.  Th'.Te hcinj; .tbsolutfly   no  call  There is no better way of making tho people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said." ���������  *WH-������--'*'*f-������^  Crown  mu RAWi-A book all yoniii/������,oir/t'I,!,mli,,s ,n.nim. i:JUlItl v'i:  rpurtfl fi'Otibi roivl.     prieo $ 1.00  loria, tin- t\'t[L\\[ ia j-jivini* up '.u*  .iale ol' thcin r.nd r.j?-r  half llu.- vsb l"������.il������ ' *  m;d  -f'Ti    l".*'. ' ,   '"       y    -t  .'.(|ilaf,.i I'jlterB, ilnnv'-r *i-V, N������n  ���������a'-iiic-, Y<, C  Tr; '*'������������������*������������������! liiff .Store, if you w.mt clean j I ''<;,.       ']"ni.:-C an.*'.J'.u  ,1 i.'.  ������.*...   iVicwriu; nu* K"0(U liiiivin,.:  hy j h.-u'.:.--lluVi.r   been    Mil    <;|'    ll'.i.:  rr-.r/  i>-������:u, delivery  and  ������.iti-.failK.Mi 'store,     Api'lv   R. Cri'bb, ^u^k  *jP.'bi*M iCcuti.iI ntiilding, Vic'.ori-j, U. Ct?  ���������rev/ers iinecs urains  Hcttrr, Cheaper 'J'hiin Most D.iiry Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors  N:\NAIMO, 1). C.  ������r''-*-**a������.'CT^^  t  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICK Mm an Application  will be made to the Lieutenant.Governor in Council n( ihe I'iirli'-mcnt IHuld-  in������s, Victorii, Ur'uisli Columbia, on  Thursday, ihti^oth day nf J.mu.ii-y, 1913,  at tlie hour of eleven o'clock in the fore-  i  noon, fnr ihfi approval cfthc untluituls-  inif of thu Campbell River l'oiver Company Limned, that the conditions of u-sc,  occupation, fellinj* of timber and other  conditions provided for in Sections 221,  322 and 223 of ihe Walcr Art be settled  pur.-iu.in 1 to such section", and that iho  tiiiic for stibiiiitiiiii* dciailed plans of lho  Company's works be extended until after  the llnod period of 1913 ���������,   ������������������  AND KURTUliR TAKK NOTICE  that a copy of the Application is on (ilo  ia 1 he nlTire of tha Water Record-  ������������������i-r for Victoria ��������� Water Dimrict, and in  the oTii-e of the Comptroller ol Water  RiKliU at Victoria,  DATIvl) Hi-Vlctorm, B. C, this 24th  day of Dei umber, u,\3 ;  ROUKRTSON & IIEISTERMAN  Solicitor.*! for the Campbell Rivei  Power Company Limited,  MAILSEKVTO&  ' Mail.1) for Dispatch;���������Viuicou-  ver, Victoria, Kmiaiiuo, etc;.,  Tuesday, 7 15 p, ui; Thursday  and Sainrday. fi  n    111  Comox nnd District:��������� Tin's-*  day, 1215 p. 111.; Wednesday  and Friday, 4,30 p. 111.  S. S. Cowichan, Sunday at 2  p. in. and Tuesday at 6 a, in.  Mails Arriving:-���������Vancouver,  Victoria, Nanaimo, etc., Tuesday fifteru"i>ti, Wednesday nnd  Friday nigM*-*.   ���������  (J-unfix DistiidJ���������Wodno.sday,  Tliiifidii}' aud Saturday.  S. S. Cowichan, Suuiluy luori-.  iutf and Tuesday about, iivgu,  v  i*^*m '" ;  .. notice,      ,; .-:  1 Vancouver'Land pisiriot.   .  District of Vancouver.,  TAKE NOTICE that I/, Goorge  Yerdier of Oumpbell River,  occur  pdtiun, Cruiser,   intends 'to apply  for permission lo pur������.ha������o lho ibi  A   1-wins; described- la nd--.:-���������Common  ic'.rig nt.a p/si pinntod at the N.K.  corner   of* .Timber   Limit  43146,  th< rice wept'80'obaitis, ibenoeNorih  , *20 ohains, ihence eaet "80 chain?,  tr) tho fhoie line,*thurice south 20  ,i Chains moro or less along the shore  , Hub to the pluco ol be-iiniiinp".  GEORGE VERDIER,  Namo of Applicant  Date, February 26ih, 1913  l^JW^^^^^iJJ^^3^. cowmbia;  Notice is, hereby given that. at' the  ly-xt meeting of the Hoard of License  ���������Commissioners I intend to apply for a  renewal of ihe hotel license Si-eid by ' me  for the New England Hotel, situated on  block 3, lot j, Cumberland Townsite, *  '     " '���������- JOSEPH WALKER  Dated l-Toy, 7th, 1912.    -*'  T^VflKflt)  in the JiEWS  NOTICE  Sayward Land'Distriot.'  JDUriet t-f Ray ward,  . TAKE ' NOTICE   lhat - Justin  Dorr of upper Vuldoz l*-lund, ocou-  pulion farmer, iiitei.d^ to apply fur  ,   peimi.--?ion to purcliuso thofollo.v-  in������ described lands :   Commencing  nt a jo.t pl-tnted  10 drains east of  IJyaointh   Lake   and    10  chains  . eouth of N. \\\ corner of J. D. pre  empti.ni, thence, 10 ch.iins west lo  lake,.thence in a eouth-caiterly dir  ���������action, 10 chuii.s along tl.e   shore  -  -of the lake to the interred on d[ J.  , D lii.e,,ihcnce north 10 chains tii  ,'��������� point  of corrimeiiceu.t-iit, eoiituiu-  ing in .nil 'five acres more'or left-.,  ���������''."     ���������      J US TIN i)ORR,  ,   -     .��������� Nanie'of"Applicant in,ftill  Date. March 8*1), 1913       / -     .:-.  .NOTICE is hereby given that '30 days  ���������afterdate application Svnl be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial. Police,  Victoria, li. L\, for a' renewal of the bo'.  lei license to sell .liquors by retail in the  hotel known as the Port Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox."li. C. " . '  Amos Cottington,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912 ���������  NOTICE i-s hereby given that  on tho firs1 day o-T-December  next -application will be mado to  the Siipej-iiiindent, of Provincial  Police, Victoria, B.Q. for a ie-  uewnl "of thoJhotel license to "sell  liquors -by, ��������� retail, in the hotel  known as, the Malaspiua Hotel,  situated at J^nud. tf. C. , -  ; /'; FRED THULIN  Dated" Oct^WlOt!!,.1'il 2 ���������  Cook's Coitoa Root CompouuA  ���������fh-*- swivb Uterine Tonlo,' ,u������a  my safe e%t������al Monthly  1 Wwlatar on.which women cua  ysff  r5\ *> ,      .. *���������<%-  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  An Ad in.the  News  p  pays.., Try it. _J  -' .  m enoolaioaaog, fe per box  mil by &U drog-Msta, or mm  -_.      KS5������id on, fooefpt of prioc  *   ���������   ^Sr. ��������� fpn* pamphlet, yvartrosa: yiji  gWllMOWlC0..JORONTO.QhT. UormerivWir.^!,;!  $300   REWARD^  The ahove reward will bo paid  for the reeo^ry of tlio body of 0.  H. Strand, who was  drowned off  Deniuan   I;������luud   on   Thursday,  Dee. 12th.  Tho   Anderson.'.Logging Co..  Union Bay,*tt. C.*  - E. G..Einde, is agent for the  f-Ford" hudZ-Cliahner" nutbmo-  bih's.   Cars for-hir-o.    Phone 18  ������������������-���������^-t-Wi���������*!��������������������������������������������������������������������� 1 ������������������III^ra^^I "W������i,~m*.*W*m**Mm*.Jym..~-rim^m  SHARES-Ifl  >���������������  Ijn tub'mattbu   (.-fan  applies,  tlonior  a fronh" Coriificate of TitJ.e  ,toLot '*J54v[M������p 811] Ton-iit-he of  flbii-rjetiay.,  ;. A'.' *.    .   "���������. _.-' -1' >*���������*' ' '/-'  , *y NOTICE is - h^rt'by' yiye-n of my  ���������  intention al the, expiration of one'  ���������calendar month-fiom tliefirtd piih-  ���������iication-hereof;'to issue afi-eshOer-  "tilioate of Title in. lieu of theCc-i'li**,  flea!-e of   Title   iflstif-d J-"io   Jp-^'r-ph  y McFhee.on.Uie-j6";h of March- 10w5,  ond nam he red- IOflyOC-.wliicli  lias  ' heei? lost;     ,y     '"'"    '-..'.' ���������!'.--  .. 'Da'.rjJ  npf.dnd Ilegiitry  Oftico-  Victoria,"h'- O'.i'ihia-aiiit "diiy of  Docsinher 1012;. _      '*.  ���������y    ,     '     V'S.-Y.'WOOTTOX.''  ....    .'    Uegifi ra'r General of Titio?.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience for guesl-e.  Xho Qonttal Hotel for Sportsruon  None but the Beat ofWincs and .Liquor*  Union Steamship Go. of B. C; Ltd  ^     TUE S. 8. GOWIOLIAN WILL SAIL "AS UNDER  lNANAIMQ DENilAN ISLAND-UNION BAY.COMOX ROUTE  ,     s.. ������������������'..   -Leave Van (jo ti ver, Monday; at $.p, 111.  "      ** Arrivo Nanaimo, at 11.80 p, 'n.-       .  ..*,  -   Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday Q a. m. '   . Lo^'ejTuesfhiy noon.. .  t   Arrive Comox, Tuoddtiy'8 a. in,  ' Le;ivo 'fUftsdny; 1-1 a. in.  Leave Nanaimo Op. ni.-Tuesday.   Arrive Vnn���������������Uviar U.30:p.'in..  Leave Vahcouver Saturday 8 p.m.- Arrive N-maiuio,    11. ,0-p. ni  Arrive Unidu Bay, Sundav 6a.ui, Depart 5 p.m. ���������  Arrive Comox-, Sunday-8 a.ui. Depart 4 p.m  '-Subject to.change without notice.  erGantile  $'-  %  *>  Si-  ������  V  I  I  Si  1  I  offer   you   a safe, and   sound    investment ��������� with a    "  a,     good return on your money as well.,as an enhanced value; from now on. \.;  - !, A Company with   NoP.romotion Shares.-  ������������������    ..       A Company* with its   own fiscal" agency.        , -:  A Company, that" will look solely to  the wellfare  . cf iti shareholders. \-. Shares are now selling .atv$i ���������  for.?all4jcash, "or   on   the   easy   instalment   plan.*^.-.  Gall or send fot? a Prospectus to-day  The purest au4"best BHRR, and  made 111 Cumberland.  ,  ������.*������.������ kj tiMiBU'Ptv-ni-anannirmminaM-ra  The   Mercantile oGeneral   Agency,-   Ltd.  y Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co,, Ltd.  '* <..'        Ai       '.      .-        . ,      Head  offices':   ��������� '_Y. ���������' -   * ' '"   *   .$  J*  .A*  IM  I  <S' ���������  &'  tat  '<$  ft--  ..������  %  ti  ��������� ia.  1 J&  ���������   to  '  'P.  "  P  fe'  '  w.  p  fe  207,"208, 209 Union Bn'uk'nuilding.'Xoruei* View and Gov't,,  Stre-sls,  Victoria; B. C  Phone 3243 , '      '       \  t     ,       "Geo.' Abbott, Managing Director, ��������� ���������-  ay  I'-lf HHWIil  ww.l<MMWVs^.yt������wrnwnuiv������.������WMf *G^rfcn  at tlie [tar.  RATES  REASONABLE  1 .-mu x..n  John Jchnston,' Prop  umamniiKiiiMin  e  J,   tS.   McLEOD   ' E*������oa������siEiror.  ���������"We Build Homes and Mal<e Loans."     ;. 1  &1������������������������������<������&s^^ ���������8���������������������������S^������������^���������'<W*^������<i^^    ^<^S*S0A^S���������-^������S������S*S������������^.f  mmr**���������"���������***i*mi,MM*i*',zafmiiin*H-^t������JuumMrinM -^urinvicrcAfrw������Jirmrixni������ivYTn.-in'i<u������n������Mn-i-������tiH>int  Snyw������rcigLm*(1,District.  Di-tiiet of Siywanl.  TAKE NOTICES t!i-t   Ihury   Alfred  flu -i���������T. a***irr trxM* ������a  Engliuh 4 x-BUttTON Blwuys on tap ������1������0, the fanionn MII.\VAUKKlS  BEERS���������AnhooBur, BoliuMimi, Schltz, io,- "Ot^D OllBY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Beot Winos and Liquid of all kiuda.  Tho Hoarding Mid Lodging Department, under tho immediate -supeiriatoudenoe of Mm  DaWa, will Iw fo������r,d Piiat olaaa In uvory r'^Scot.J  AT������S.,  ipi Oo per ioy upwards,  tmm*v*������ warn m i* *���������  ��������� NOTICK.  To whom it may cnticcrn:���������  Thla" Is to notify the public  iftmtall freight charges on bond-  ed goods cleared nfc Union Hay  Co;' the (\>liio>w Vdlley uni-si he  ]*������iUd before goods can be forward  cd. Uy order  Cnuadlaii CollWics Dunsniuir]  Co,  m*m9****t+*uam*.a*n*tiiM  ^,   -,,    -  -,-      - a������������\# r\t  tn   V-tU    ��������������� ���������* IIMN   a   ������r- ii* tit i i  ������-it JkhQUtl. Mnittil n'id /irtiir. Worm, litt  yrriHiinrit, NesutilWnikntf.*, J-imliniont, /*?>. ?   ,., . ^^ ....* -it, i-'mi..- .-..-  , - .  iudi)rrhi*it,<itiil liyt'flt oj'.Alm������foi' /���������������'������*>vi*-**  ^'rito^ll per buv. aMt'tVt,  vUlo'rrnyfM hy Ji!f ?n  tiMn  |������rii.������  vlllr   I*ilntiVf. onri-������ilirt. of t'-.--.  .  m-txilui fur. ���������**jtoV*V������od tltOlCltt* O*.  l/lK'iAH'iJ IriM-W)   ' rotMHtOtOni,  ��������������� (;i'������wllljil';i*.'..\t^i  ty itU ?TV\r"'-,wor marfat-tte*  !'l|rt. of prli-c.   AVif ^'���������i?!'*'-;!  . NOTICE.  Uidiug on locomotivea nnd   rati  way enru of tho  Union  Holliory  Company by any person  or  per-  Bona���������oxcept lain crow���������i*; strictly  prohibited.    EmplbyooB  tro sub-  iec to dtamisflul for allowing Bum-  By ordor  AV. L. COULSON,      ,  General Manager.  LIQUOn LI0RN8E   BY-LAW  .   mi.  NOTICK IsTlERE!JYr GIV  EN Hint at tbo next rt^ulur meet  ing of tlie Board of LicunHO Coin-  misi-ioiiorH of tho Municipality of  Uuinhoi'land, application will bu  tniide to tho eaid Hoard of Com  iriifisionoi'B for tlio'transfer of tho  HcoiiBO for tho f-alf- t������f liquor by  rot nil in ami upon Iho prom toes  laiown ae tho Vendoino Hotel, bIi-  iiateon Dniiamn-h- Avonuo, in tkc  Hity of Oumhevlaiul, from Ilobcjt  S. ,l\olorli,au io llohcii MoNoil,  of tlio said City of Cmnborland,  Dated at Ounihorland,   I),  C,  this 10th day of Dooombor 1012.  R, S. ItOHEKTSON  Jloldor of LieeiiPo  nODEUT MoNEIL  Trttnfifurw!,  '���������>-������-"***������-t.^--w.> ���������%*������������*���������������������������-*������������������������������  NOTICE is hi-ioliy ^ivoi tbat appli-  0'.'i'iii ���������will lm u.iide in tlm 8n*.fir  ti.tondent of PruTiricinl Pwlioo Victoria,  j/ov ii liucnao to iicl! li'im-r by wliftl, a.-������lo  iifiou tlio jr*i������t.Oi������ HHnftUd on htl'2,  Monk fi, Cuminrifibd Townnito, ('timUr  Innt), H. C,   .Toitr*'Kit('C''a'itrrATi'lw������ut'"  IhUiltlii-i IS h <J^ ut Vccrtuhor, 1012,  El^-V*''*-'*^^  O. H TARBELL  m*T*mtm<rt*<*lmi****a*ia*m*.-*imsamm+***rwymiia  *(������M l*ll,l l������,v^a*'lMtNM������*MI||-MM 'MkWIM.-UWM  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And nil KITCHEN,i.UTENSILS  Sponsions Goods  General Hardware  ^-ii/^-^-^iV^;  ���������.���������--'���������������������������������������������rinii.niii.i.iiM  , nOticic  'MM,  NOTICE!*hereby given Hml  she uchciuI etore btmitie.s.s or Dttn  enn Bros, has thin day been sold  to Jnnics] H. Parkin. All ne-  counts due the late /inn must be  paid to E, Dttncaii. who will set.  tie all liabilities,  Sandwich,*Oft, m kju,  NOTKJB  MOVING?  Pianos and   ,  ' fuumiturk ���������  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT ���������  ":   TRANSFER  RICHARDSON"& IIAVWOOD  PHONE 5-7 ,  Windermere-Ave.  OKDUKS TAKUN  VQIK NUT   QQ.\h  Fnj'w-uril LQDtl Diitrioft. *  -   Ui������!.rict of Ktiyjivard,  TAKE NOIICK tbat GowgoBtuoke, cf    f  N<.w York, N. Y., ncoupittimi  cnginoor, I prohimo tbe tiAhuinu tho follnuiucille-i  ITo b, of Now York, New-York, tu.ciiputi  on cleotiicinn, iiitoui'sto ������(-ply f.'rpi'runa  mo.n to purmim-io.'i to jmroliitfO b'.'o fol!o*.v-  iiig doiKidWil land.:���������t'oiumoncinu ht a  post pluutwj nl llm^south oust corner of  tbo nort'i w'os-j quarter of It t .-"SS, llieijijo  ���������i'C chains cast, thoncio 40 chains uortb,  Iheiico'iOo'iftiin'wejt, thci-ui 40 chiinn  iwutli top' luti't cam i.oncouicnt o.)iilkin-  iou 100 atror moro or li bo ,  IIbniiy Ar,i*ui!D IJeus  Vfikifr M. tiaskin?, Agent.  DaUdJuuoWtti, lJllS.  Sflj-wnr) Li-tl Uihtrict.  Distr't." of Si) w������id.  ���������XAKB KgTlCB  tbat   Willium  Ji.hn  Sjwllivaii, Now York, N-. Y.,   ooonpaliou  plcrk, lulemls toiip'-ly for peruri^on to  inlr-U'lij to epply f<r loimimioa (o par  ohiiflv)   tlie   follu-A-in-v-   ilot'CrlUnJ lunilH!���������  Comniooeiiig ot a p'^t plniitcd SO uluinn  uuiitli nf thu unrtli-MBt oormir of lui Itoi,  tLc-iuo ou������t ������0 cliuiiii*, Uiencc voitl) <10  nli'ii'i-, tho. uo  went '20 chiiim,  thonco  homh *10 cbalin to point of quiumtneo-  mviil containing 80 ncri-m moro or b-m,  OKOUOB STUCKB  Flthur M.^Clankiuu, Anout.  Dulo.1 ������nc UUli, i-UI-S.  Any porRou or povuone, euttiiig,  re;UwV������u^ ui, i'iivln^t nny tiiuL-kiji.  timhor or wood, of any dcsariptiodn  xjlotigitig to (litt Welliiipjlou Co),  licry Co'y., of from or off tlio land  of the mud O-vuij-.-niy, or anyone  lipping rubbish of any deseripti-.-,  nnywherc upon Uic eoiupaitv^  laud will ho prosecuted to tho full  extent oi" (n������ J-m*.  W. I, C'OWJSON,   ^  Oeiionil-jMnnn'fei',  Co Ili-tM-v Co.y,  R.yward I.?ml Diet Jot,  Dintrlijt nf H.ywMil.  TAIvE^NOriuK i hut Coorgo Clurltf*  Sinn ���������, of Nt--<v -I'orU. N. Y., ocoiipaIi-iii  clerk, iutrndii to npply for porinirifl'OJ to  uir.iiiiBO tlio foi o-vii K iJotcrlbul liuuln���������  CoMimenciii't ut * pout plnulcd 40 oh-,iiu  wo I iuul 2ii oliuiiiH n >r<li <��������� i dm iioiUi eiul  ixiiii'r of lot flfi-l, flniniu i/ih; -IO iji'jiji-si,  Ui itibncu li  i'i) iliima   iln-uco \*i-'tt 40  wJiil.ll*, tlll-lKf Iiiil III  VA! (IdtillU to {O lit U  *..   ..tiiltibi.^l-iUi''. CiJIt aii.it $   C'JaLUI   lUi-ru  r 'ma.  Or.Ol'.OK CIIAHLK3 SVONU  Finhvr M. Ui'.u'..iiia, Ai-jo it.  Onto JujifllU.h, 10Ji!.  oiibt.(l landm���������.Coinn-onoii-ff nt    iv   pout  Siiywfinl Laud Diatiiot. ?  DUtrict'rf S.iywanl. "  TAKE NOTICK Hint Jelm Ar hur Da'y,  (.f New Ymk, New Yvrk, ' coupnti-u i.-luci:  iiUeid-:to Rjiply l'-r pcrmiirjiun to )>ur  elm-.o Uio full .wiui.' desiril-oJ JiiihIh:--  Ooir.iiiout-ing at a po.t plant'U ut"\h*s  wmtli-oRi-t coruer of Lento "407' llie*.t.-*3'  HOiitli 80('ol*r.j.-a, thil'.CO wttl SO'ilnioo-,  tlifiiice rjoilh RO chains, ihcnoo (jiiitt bO-  ishiiinfl to poii t of cyuiuw������oi?m-int oi>o!i.'iu  iiitj 0-10 acie*; au'ro or k-ja,  JOHN AttTIJUB WLY*  FiKlier 11. (J-itkiua, Ai-eut.  IUb J uuo 24 th. 1013.  Su> fffo-rt hviiil Distriot.  L'intriul of 5-iyivnrd,  TAKK NOT1CH3  tint  Walkr Rfi.Ult  Ii ������b    rf    Now    Vork.    No ������������������ Vuik  occupation    Jill-urn',   i.itcodi!  to njp'y  for ptriiiisHl'Jii lo purcbuio tbo   fiiloMi*",*/  'Uuotibitl linnli:--Coiinin:'.ci %   nt n.j|iit  pluntf.'d 1'20 uluiiii wo>t ami  10 uIi.Lih  p'.iinlml 10 ulwiitiB H'Uith fioiu the nnnih", mirth nf thu Hnutii-f.'SH1'   oormv ot  b-neo  e.ii������t coinor ->f lot !*'7D (on puvt 571; Ibi'iiu  ii'U'Ui SOehnlilfi, Mhiw iitit'- 80 ol.-ai-.c,  thonuo Booth SO thviu, tho-ieo wobl SO  clutbii, t(* point of toinui-Jiiceiii'iil. con.  Ui ilii-* 040 mi'M mein or Iuhs.  WILLIAM JOHN* bULUVA'N  l-'ulior il, G.ukiii**, Agi.Mil.  Dato Juno 21 t, 191:.',  a, *****, aat *^w, mtm,  H������V������iinl Lnnd Diilnut.  UiHt'jL't cf Snwnrd.  TAKJSKOTIUIJ tint CIii-Ii-i lMiuy or  \' .nfioiiVO", U   (';  r-Cl'll.HI I'll o-jntriiuoi,  ii t-iidi lo -������i������r ly Ir  t'fiiui Nimi t'>  i*ur-  o'mho tbo fo lo  i0^ ,'-j <l .->; il-' il   liiinl-i���������  ('ii.iimt.fio.Ul* it)   n   [M-t   |i!iinU'.l   lit    th  i*" tith eiiHt Pi-'i'tfi if lot t",b, tlj,i ,e   h������mi  ���������|l'Cll������tll(*, thl'IlCu llOOib   UU kjll.OD*, ilwiov  *..i-.t -10 c������i.ii*.s, ii*i j.i," uer h H) ctuiiuH t"  .��������� hit of i!omj.i*i*,i.fliii*iii. ci.iit.ini tf 320  ������������������-r-'itnnre or li'������������,  ClIAlil.tys 1'li.V.Ny  "-- Pplinr  M t'lckitii. A i"i.t.  P-Ud Juu������ia U. WW.  HuywArd Ln:d I) ������lii..t.  UiKt-'ioti'f .i������ywn-d.  TAKB NorjOD thnt Willi.mi AmriiuPt  fllnoltofl, if No* York, N. Y��������� oooupu**  tlou (J^rl:, lnlon.la in i.pi*|y for pvrtnlhHion  to purolimo thfi fnllowini? d-merilul  lnnd;���������Coir.mcneir,ff at a punt plnntr-d  30 diuii'H c HV nml iu Mni. h north cf tin*  nnith-wint curucr (if lot MS, tln-mio ������oit  ii'.) obii'n** mon- or li-rft, io lor .mI, ihnnoi*  ���������iO ovi������jiiH to jib oliii fn-������ houuiinry (f  lot 0." 1, tbt'iioo i-nfa iVJ (tliiiluH ni'ire ur UfH  II if*        M   i  .*      t.'.i        IV, l*������^V������.      ������.   >ll.l      *.W       ..fillfci.       ,W  ni. I (if  ("in!' i'n,n'!'..",t  n.i.t .Iuij.���������������   VP1''  :icreu morn or loua.  WILLIAM AUUAl'ST niSCHOFK  rifh-rM.-UncklM, Ajii'ut.  iJnttt Jmio 5!0t1i. '.012  ���������SnjWHul Liinl UUiiet.  I^liiriat ofonyu-Kril.  TAKKN'UI'ICI-: tint  Uliarl'u  lJij,ry  1*J n-,  if  iV.i\v Yum,  N. Y���������   iccuin'tiiiu  s*-|i;0U)Mi, Mt ������-<U iii i������p*i)y for p������nnl siui  '. I p TC'll'. ' till f'l 1 '"��������� inh* ''-I-' '���������'    ���������' I ������������������������.������'. "  (Jjttiiiw oi. fi l\i a   put   i.lioit il   ii'.   ').i*j  oilli ttiH wininr nl I.t .'���������'������.', in-'tiL"; r-oni't  *.���������<)* hn'.u'-, tllt'l.l'*J v>-Kt  \i>) vl.lliil!)  tli.Mi:*-  iiout'i 20 .I'H it', lluin.-*! i-tHt  VMih'i-jn jn  ont   ol  i-<iniui������ii ���������-���������iient   it.inttiiiir $ -tti  ���������oa\4 iu..li*. ot Ion* |  ������������������lU.'.U:- llbXUY ilf-T! ..      ,     .   ,      ,  Fw:.it -W.Ou.im. Ai'Mt.! llulu".-  ������������'i*������*v*'  D teJu'ioVOh yy.*:. \  ���������iii, tIn ijcf f-oii".Ij .SO (ih ihi-, tlic;ioe oaat -IU*  lihiiina    tliriiue ii'iith   t-0 chain.*',   fl'.ci'.ci  wi*������l 40 ohiilna to point of coniiuuiit'. tfioi-t  iijiitjininj,' U'-'O noifi-j iniiH' nr lo^",  WALTKR IIKDJiI.U UEST  1'ishoi- M. Cl.tik������u-<i Attciit.  DrttoJnnjiU'i, I9I2.  MMJE IN CANADA  Lrlh  CAKES  Best Jfeast  X *.���������.*.������    ^^.M  *-���������zjYt*t������ .*-,*,., :**.������> "5������v  and  '��������� Used  Everywr.ere.  E. W. Caiell Ct...  1 -Mnta, O-i*  u.,  i.*  i'.tM'.  n MicViiij; j ip.s.  jdoik-v to ',;*{���������<. n:*.nny  V'-p'y   l'.vhn     b-Jllaij. .'tsSSM*  ���������IJO"-..^^.^^^^  THE TOWS. CTTM"RETtTvAXT).  MANGER  TO   CROSS   IN  PICTURES  MOVING  0 ''Sample  frec^lf you  write  National  Drug and Chemical Co., of Canada  REST AND HEALTH TO WOTHEft AND CHUB.  AI,!.AYs-.'aU I'M-***': CUR1W WIND 001.10. ami  Is tlu lie������t rfincily for DIARKIK'CA. UUi ������b-  lolulclv liarmleit. Me sure ami ask for "Mti,  Wliislow's rtooinlnjt Synii)," and take no oilier  Vim).   Xweuty-Iivc cents a bottle.  .. KIDNEY TROUBLE  j  nil Uric AoUl Ulscnsc.s. Iiicludlnu KM-  K.**v Trouble, ' B ladder Stones Gall  Stoi-.p'". (Irnvel anil .l-umbiigo are ruj)-  Idly relieved and liennanontly cuvsrt  hv RANCH.. A rcniocly that has .in  (Mivlnble rei.ntation Uir ouch out Can*  atla. Wo will send letters from  (h-oi'i**-*! of Ti?oplo, v,*ho liavo been cured  of ono or mors of ihesu complaints,  by ���������  .   .     SANOL  Write for full Information,  l'rlcft Sl.GO Per Buttle at all Leading  Dril^lsls,  THE   SANOL   M'rG.- CO.,   LTD.  WINNIPEG,  MANITOBA  MALE HELP WANTED  WOULD YOU I.IKE TO LEARN THB,  stock broking business? 1 want a live  mvibttio'U.i representative In.* every city  and town to liandlo stocks, bonds- and  morlsascn; applicant mu3t furnish references and havo from J100 to 9500 person-  Hi capital. Write or call M. R. Edgar  fc Co.. 34 Victoria Street. Toronto.  CENTRAL TELEGRAPH AND RAILROAD SCHOOL  i This school is.,located in Toronto  tnd docs inuch each year to supply  tlio active demand-for Telegraph o>  crators wanted by our Canadian railways. " A successful record of fifteen  years and hundreds of officials and  ' operators In active railway service today is tho best guarantee,of the reliability o- this well' known school.  The book "Guided by the   Key"   ox-  'plains the work fully. "Write for it.  Address \V. II. Shaw,'President. .Toronto.  Life Story of the Saviour Now Being'  Presented In London Hall .. *  London,���������-The' Church and &\AZO  have long ago joined hands, aud with  tho production this Christ-Has at tho  Itoyal Algert Hall of -'From, Manser  to Cross," tbe church and the cinema  aro linked, ? .      ��������� o-  Thero has' been -no moro eloquent  sermon delivered from any" bulpil than  the life story-ot tho Saviour in.moving  pictures which is being shown from  Chrlstmas-ove onwards,at tho Albert  Hall'. Hero, in a building vast as  a cathedral. The Passion Play has  bridged' nearly two thoi-Sand years  and brought tho very at'nQsl>hcre of  the Holy Lund into tlio li'-'Oa of many  outside tho churches.  A" party of forty-lwo act������rs anil actresses, with Henderson ]3lund aa the  Christus, traveled in tho Holy haivA,  re-enacting on. tho actual scenes of  Now Testament history tho "details of  the lifo of Christ aa told In the gos  pels. Twenty thousand pounds-In  all was spent in produclnK tho film,  and the accuracy of costtf-ho and sotting was vouched for by artists and  experts. ���������  ��������������������������� .      ���������    .  Every effort wasjnado to insure this  historical exactitude, and tho works nf  Uie late Doclor Schick and Tissot, the  Wench painter, who spoilt twelve  years in Lho Holy Land, proved rnost  helpful,,. The furniture in * various  scones was specially made,, to rosenv  hie that uscd'ln Palestine -U' the'opening, of the'Christian era, UM an authority on ancient eastern dress accompanied tho" producers.  Such cinematograph pictures displayed in tho great arena of tho Albert Hall to the appropriate music of  tho grand organ could n������t fall to ba  impressive, and they wcre received  with silence and reverence at the first  production on the afternoon of Christmas'eve. In the cvenlflS they were  shown again twice. " M^hy wont to  seo them Christmas night for there  was no more suitable Christmas public  entcrlainmont in LondoJ3* On the  next two Sunday evenings admission  will be free, and seats 0.0.0. be secured'  from sixpence upwards;  ��������� Texts from the gospels explain each  set of pictures In "Froifl" Manger to  Cross," which is In five acts, occupying nearly two hours to show.- Tlie  boyhood of Jesus, the flight into  Egypt, the gathering of lho disciples,  the miracles, tho last week of his mission* and the betrayal aiid crucifixion  aro shown in vivid detail.  The final scenes* are, Perhaps, too  painful, but the powor -for good of.  theso pictures in- visualizing the New  Testament scenes is considerable.  Legal Viewpoint  First Lawyer���������I was looking over  my geometry lesson last night, I  was quite interested iii tbat proposition, that the three angles of a triangle are equal to two right angles.  Second Lawyer���������That isn't very  tomplicaliMl.  First Lawyer���������No, but I was trying to think what -1 man could do if  ho had the other side of tho case.  Heavens, Henry!  Romantic Wife���������-I wonder if th������ old  oak troo under which you proposad  is still standing?    '  '  Mean Hu'sband-r-NawMvwent back  tho nest week, and chopped it down.  An intorostlng'despntch has been received from Vancouver. B.C.; which  reads as follows: "That"tho Pacific  and Groat Kaslorn Hallway, bavins its  seaboard-terminus at Vancouver, Is regarded by Uio government as, dos-  tlnod to becomo tho futuro great development artery jiorth and south  through British, Columbia and beyond  is. indicated- in, tho nows, which has  just leaked out*. from authoritative  sources,' 'Export special agents aro  oven now Investigating tho volume  and character of tho resources of tho  terra incognita lying beyond 'Fort  George with n view to lho pushing on  of Vancouver's lino of,direct contact  with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway*  as soon, or even beforo, tho G.T;P.  and P.O.13. aro completed as now. pro-,  posed. Arrangements are now said  to bo taking shape through which  construction on the.Peace Rlvor district and into Alberta to an eastern  connection.will be assisted by provincial legislation to bo Introduced in the  session of 19W. At tlio samo time it  Is said to bo in view to continue tho  great north and south western trunk  line from Vancouver into the Yukon  territory and Alaska cither from Fort  George or from tho vicinity of Hazel-  ton. in connection with this progressive scheme* provincial aid would  necessarily stop at tho territorial border but efforts arc said to bo inaugurated- in tho direction of securing  Canadian nnd American Federal co-operation, If this is carried - out , it  would bring' much of tho, passenger  and fast freight traffic-now served by  coastwiwse steamships directly overland to Vancouver and in less than  half tho time now required.  CLARA BUTT  to  A LIFE-LONG CURSE  OVERCOME   BY  A Three  Tho most obstinate ca,so of slavery to Uie Drink Habit can bo safely  and absolutely cured in throe -days by tho  ppfrftTpu flip  DOTIENT  MILLIONS  ASKED   FOR    GERMAN  ���������1 "AERIAL FLEET .  SWINDLING   CANON   IS  SENT  TO  PRISON  Br|j.  Tells Tale of Attack by Bogu  and to Hide His Crime  'Rome, --��������� At tho extraordinary  trial ot Monslgnoro Appeddu, canon  of Saesari Cathedral, Sardinia," pending since August 3910, has just terminated in the I Deal asslzo court, in  tho condemnation of that famous pulpit orator to fifteen years' penal servitude.  Appeddu published a story according to which ho and his valet bad boon  waylaid by live brigands on .the* road  between Pattada and Mamoiada, robbed of nn enormous sum of money,  beaten and abandoned half-dead. Tlio  keys" of his residence, ho nnrrato.l,  were also seined by lho bandits, ani  when the'police proceeded to tho can-  onry, they found tho place sacked from  top to bottom.  No soon<*r however, had a searching  inquiry begun than Appoiidu fled to  Corsica. Besides being bankrupt for  $40,000, it was found that tho canon  hail heon for several yonra dofniudln.*;  tiniika and misappropriating vast mmm  from hia admirer!'. In order to uolatar  up reckless apocuhiUons In tho lUignr  Indiiiitry, and lhat Uigollicr with Ills  vnk't lio had eoneootcd tho brigand  nntrage ha a last doi-'perato rceourco.  Wart.i on tho hands In a. dlsflgur-i-  inont tliat trouble!- many lndlc-H. Ilol-  h.wny'K dm Cure will romovo Uio  tileinliilies without, pain.  Hor dv-fir llltlo brother enme Into tho  nnmowhat darkem-d room where nut  his KSftcr with Mr. .Touch.  1'Jo you know what I think, ulster,  dear, hr- nsknl sweetly.  Nn, raid tho nlr,tor.   What Is It?  Well, nald tho hoy, I think if 1 wore  not In tlio roum Mr. Joiiet* would  klfin you.  Vou lmjpiideiit hoy, said ulster,  Leave th'.- room Instantly,  Wc. * box cr tin boxet tor J2.50,  ���������t all dealeiM, 01* Thr* Dodd* Medicine tiompuiy, Llmlisd,    Toronto,  Ctrl* flu.  Military  Authorities  Justify  Demand  '*���������'    on the Ground ot National  Defense ���������-��������� "  Berlin.���������A short time ago it was  semiofficially announced that In consequence of the altered political situation tho necessity had arisen for laying before tko.rcichslag supplementary  army estimates. ' Tho announcement  aroused considerable excitomont,  which the authorities' attempted to  allay by issuing a statement to tho  effect that the grant, which tho rcich-  stag would be asked to vote, was to  be devoted only to strengthening tho  aerial equipment of tho nrmy. '  The Tnogllcho Hundschaii declares  that tho sum tho war/minister will  ask for In tho supplementary estimate  is about 18,000,000 marks (nearly  ?*1,GOO';000). ".The journal hoars furth-  er that of this sum It is* proposed to  devote $2,500,000 to buying Zeppelin  cruisers, and lho remainder to airships  of othor approved types.  Tho military authorities'* Justify  tholr demand in tho first Placo by tho  doslro to strengthen national defcnslvo  forces, and in tho second Placo to pro-  vldo German airship jnanufacturlng  companies with tho means of'whlcn  they are in soro need to keep their  works going and up to date.  Doctor Solf, secretary of stato for  the colonies, spent conH-'lorablo timo  recently at the flying station, Jolian-  itiBtlial, on the outskirts ot Berlin, and  with his wifo mado a fllfc'bt ns passon.  ger in a biplane. Uo haa participated in tho -'ollberatltfia of the com-  nilttoo to which la lntruslod tho administration,of tho national fund lately raised for tho fiirfchonihco ot ooron-  antics, nnd is particularly interested m  thn rjupstion of InRiirlri*5, pilots, Ifc  may bo assumed that* -lio isocrotary  also has In contemplation (ho owploy-  mont of flying machines*' hi the cofun-  tos.  Whole Pnllce Force ot lalnnd of Corsica Upon Thr-ir Trao!-*  riirla.���������Ncarly tho <-Mlro pollco  force on tho Inland of Corsica Js on-  gaged In the pursuit ot Tomato l1|iO'  II, a notorious brigand, who for many  years Iiiih lorrorlzed tbo Inhabitants.  Aftor lho pollco had vainly eoarchoil  for him ho and a numbor of hi* followers wore recently tracked to a  grotto near tlio villa go of Borijo. Tho  grotto was eurrountl-'tf at\A 1'aoll called upon to (surrender.  In������������������ towl of complying- the bandits  fired from the grotto, \vblch tlicy had  previously fortified, and hilled a gou-  darnic.  When rclnforermenl*' arrived from  ponlfacli) It wp.s first d cold oil to bom-  bitiA thi* tiioUu, uul vj.'-.i^ to ti-o Join ;* "t\ tbo arrlviM r," nrMUpry ih" "pollco built a flrn nt tho entrance, In thn  hopo of smoking out tin-** dosporadoos.  Great bundles of faPfSot-j wore sot  alight, mill after waiting a consider-  ablo time tho Kt-nd'irmofl daifhod  ., ���������      1 ,������ .      ...       . - , .   1,    ....  v...v -lv-   ���������*������ - -...*'j   .-.*-..>,- - ....A ^.is- vt,ii^,  confident that llif. bandits woro either  dead or unrcnecloua. Thoy found tbo  grotto einpl-y, tho banilHn hnvlng oa-  cipcd through another opening.  il Railway Porter ft-aglstrate  T,nnr)(-iri,���������Prrry O.iyton, who f.i a  lugpaKO porter on Uio London and  BouthwcatiTn Hallway, lo ono of th-i  (r.ev.* nia*.'lKtr.'itea for iho elty ������f l-:.ve-  jlu*.     Ho la also a fnombcr of tho  'city council.  It Makes New Friends Every Day.*���������  Not a. day goes by that Dr. Thomas'  Electric Oil does not widen tho circle  of its friends. Orders for it come  from the most.unlikely places In the  west and far north, for its fame has  travelled' afar. ' It deserves this attention, for no oil has done so muah  for .humanity. Its moderate cost  makes it easy to get.  As evidence of tiio strong tend oE immigration from the United States to  Western Canada, Mr. F. W. Hopper,  General Agent of tho Grand Trunk  Passenger Department at San Francisco reports that he is receiving from  threo- to five inquiries per day for  particulars of pre-emption lands in  British Columbia as the result of 'a recent' advertising campaign in Southern'''California. He also states, that  a Canadian financial company which  'M~s"a_"oran"ch*^"ffico~m~tivo"8aine~city  England's    Foremost    Contralto  Sing at Walker Theatre, Winnipeg, February 17th  Mm'o. Clara Butt, tlio English contralto, and ono of tho world's few  very groat contraltos, wlll bo hoard  at tho Walker Theatre, Winnipeg, on  Monday evenlag, Feb. 17th, when sho  will give' a grand recital in conjunction with her husband, Mr. Konnorley  ltu-mfor-d, himself an-artist of almost  as wonderful genius and, fame aa his  illustrious wife.  The biggest voice ln tho world and  tho biggest, or rather ouo of the biggest women on the stage, form a combination that-makes Clara-Butt a peculiarly' interesting artist. Sho is  over six feet tail and of magnificent  proportions, making a most imposing  and attractive figure on the concert  platform. She has boon likened to  Juno in her statelincss, yefsho Is ox*  ccodingly gracious iu manner and ver?  magnetic.    --  Mmo. Butt arrived.ln Now York on  Dec. 29th and made'her first appearance there on Jan. 7th with tho Volpo  Symphony Orchestra, at Carnegie  Hall. On Jan. llth, she and ber  husband gave a recital at-tho sam������  world-famous music hall.-  "Mme. Butt and her husband are-In  America under Loudon Charlton's man-  agement. Three or four concerts will  be given in New York and about fitly  throughout Canada and t.ho United  States. ' The famous .English singers  are en route to Australia, where they  have mado many successful; tours, as  they have of South Africa and Continental Europe. They have with them  on this trip their three charming and  interesting children, for Mme.. Butt is  such- a devoted mother she would not  leave thu youngsters behind.*  No, man who i's an habitual drinker or who suiters periodical cravings'  lor intoxicants, can overcome his passion unaided.  Tho Neal Treatment will tako away all doslro for further stimulants,  and is perfectly harmloss.  Three'days only are required.  There ara no hypodermic Injections ,      ',  , There Is no Injury to health  There are no after effects and '    ��������� ''  There are no failures.'. .   .  THERE ARE NO FAILURES  If you..aro a Yictlmto tho Drink or Drug Habit, write to us without  fiirthor delay.   All correspondence,strictly confidential..   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The Tablots are sold by mo-1-  icino' dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a bo.t from Tiio Dr. Williams' Modi-  cine Co.-, Brockvlllo, Ont,  ., The management ot Uio-' Panama  Pacific-Interiiatiotial Exposition reports Uiat grading for tho Railway  Buildings and machinery hall is woll  under way and is In fact now practically complete. Tho buildings and  Grounds Committee hns let tho contract for tho grading of tho entire  Exposition site, also that for Uio Improvement of Fulton Basin which Is  to bo used as a yacht harbor.  Manager Walker is to bo congratulated upon his enterprise in having secured these splendid artists for a  Canadian hearing,, and tho people vt  Winnipeg and the Canadian West aro  fortunate iu having the chance tohear  them.  Plan N wmm GofjDjdtewt Wrd������*k  There are no vegetables just like your  own growing,   Provide for a good table,  eat vegetables, and throw,away medicine.  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See our catalogue, page 2.  write to-day ron ovr free catalogoe. addressing desk no; I'i  WlNNlPEXJrx CA, NM>M  lisi;  PILES   CURED   IN   6  TO   14   DAYS  Your druggist will refund- money it  PAZO OINTMENT, falls to euro aiy  case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding 0:  Protruding Piles In C to 14 ������Jays. 50c.  pSSsti  iteckfbod  D  ON'T let youif horses  run  foil  sup-  Would Have Quoted It  Mrs.  Exe��������� So your   husband  asleep in church last night? I  poso you woke him up?   ,  Mrs. "Wye���������Not-until aftor the sermon. There was a lot in it about  woman's extravagance���������-nonsense, of  course, but I'm mlfihUy glad John  didn't hear il..,  Burglar Rescued by Pollco  Paris.���������A burglar while aUcmpt-  ing to enter lho railway booking of-  fico at*'Asulercs, Franco, through tho  window, became tightly wedged in tho  aporluro and shouted for holp to tho  police, who ntM*r pulling him out by  tho ears, look him lo tho lockup.  down dtirliiR the  winter and pet so soft tliat  tliey will lose flcsli badly when  you start yourspring plowing..  If horses are not worked  resularly during the winter, ihey n������otl tha  eplendid Ionic effect* of INTERNATIONAL  STOCK FOOD, to tone up the digestive  * orunti3, enable tliem lo get nil the good out  of  their feed,   prevent  Uie  blood   from  79 becoming overheated, and thus ward olf.dlsense.  ������-ti.���������    i- ���������%������������������������������.������������������������..    ~ Langham, Base., Jan. sCth. 19U.  "I have fed JNTRRXATIONAI, STOCK l'OOD for many years.  I always hira  a 25 pound nki! standing in my burn.  I bouglitn mlrof three year old colts and they  were so worked down thnt my neighbors said I find been bent.   When I bought the  -  colts, they weighed 9400 lbs.  I ploughed 35 acres and they weighed sfiso-tlicn I   '  harvested 165 acres nnd Uireshed and hauled one carload to town, dinlle*-, I weighed,  tn em again and they weighed =850. uud I said "They shall weigh jooo lx*forc Rpriug". ���������  Now, the Neighbors wnnt to buy them but there's no chance",      J. O. Kl{Mi'Hr������      '*  I'or sale by dealers everywhere.   Our -Kooo.oo Slock Honk���������sent free when we '"  receive your name and address.     INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO. LIMITED. TORONTO.  '  Mlnard'i Liniment Cureo DlDtcmpsr.  Tho man who frequently repeats  lhat ho v/Ill never do a certain tiling  will invariably do It If given Lima  enough.  And many a womon Is so changeable  that sho never wears lho samo complexion twice.  Record Shipbuilding Year  London, England,���������The shipbuilding  returns ��������� for tho - United' Kingdom- for  last year show a' record In production,  Tho total output reached 2,125,832  tons, ns compared with 2,042,928 tons  lho previous yoar.  A deceitful chap is ono wlio -pro-  tbn-da that ho likes lo kiss a baby.  They say every man has his  ot   tliom  Noll  price.  BcllC'-Woll, mighty few  aro worth it.  No Ofiicial Existence  Pario, Franco.-r"You cannot. b*d  married, madomolsollo, you do not exist," wroto tho registrar of Lorlont,  France, to Milo. K'orguel, who'applloi  for a civil marrlago llconso, and  whoso birth entry waa found to havo  teen omitted from Uio register.  OMIlmcr���������And how do you llko maj*"  rlcd lifo?  Nowlywod (slghlng)--Woll���������or���������It's  no political job.    u,  Tlio wlao man bottles his wralh and  then procoeda to loso tho bottlo.  A certain prosy preacher recently  gave an endloss discourse on tho pro-  phots, First, hi! dwell, at length ou  tho minor prophets. At last ho finished nnd tho congregation gavo n  filgh of rollof. Ho took ft lon,j  breath nnd continued: Now I shall  proceed to tho major prophets.  After thn major prophet'* Imd received moro than nmplo attention tho  congregation gavo another sigh of r>  lief,  Now that I imvo ��������� flnluhPrt wllh the  minor prophets nnd Lho major prophets  what about Joroinlah? Whero la Jeremiah's placo?  At tbiu point a tall man arose In  tho hack of tho church. Jeromian  can havo my iilnco, ho said. Tin going homo,  I Oman ii   ���������**"���������"-      ' ���������**���������������������������    -*���������  Ilo was ciiRhlor In a west ond blm!-  nosB iiouno and I1I3 fortnight's bolldiy  hnd just eridnd, As ho entorod tho  olllco on Monday morning Ills fellow  clcrl'3 rose to greet htm, but ho held  up his hand for sllcnco and boforo any-  uini} couiu buy a \\yi\i, uu uiL-.lubu-.eU  .".mnn-,' lht-m a numlier of netitl,'.* ]*rhi*.-  cd little eurdu, reading tliun:  Thank you!  Vos, I had 11 splendid timo.  Oh, wanting, llHhlug, golf aud so  forth.  Y-. ;,, ha,*, \j\iiLit W i\,L t.11  S'li'l,  Hard to tear myself away? Vou bet.  I ought to, I'm feeling fit as a flddlo.  Ami without -1 word ho started la ������������t  his lcgulur work.  HII"WHIII*inwi|||||litHIMMIUlfl])  If a man has any aonso at all It  show,-* up befor*** bn gnf.i -"-ngugod or  aftor lio In innnltid.  Wl' N. U. 934  Sornr* women mako ah. pffnrt to as  ���������vrt   thf'ir  hi'lrpcndon'-o  hy flliiij-lng  i tholr liUi-bamls.  Ono  vlio lias nothing to loso  li  CriK-rally willing to ifi-to chancoa.  THE GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN GO,, LTD.  WINNIPEG,  CALGARY  EXECUTIVE  T, A. Crerar,, IC. J. Tream, John Kennedy, Wlllianv Moff������l,  DIRkCTOrUTB  Munltobri���������T,  A. Crcrnr   John KtrmtOy. Wm,  MofTut, n,  MctCatude.   Smkatchawin���������Cm,  tJinsley. J. A. Maliarff. I\ W. Ow������������n. J. Morrfaon.   AlbMa-K. J.  fteam.   '"m"n^"������**  If you conttsn your train to ua It will be locked after In tlm beat potxthle manner,  oun AIM  To betUr ii,* COtiuiM00 -0-f ���������*��������� farmer and cut out the aprcad betwjMi Hie puduefr and th*.  renittmer. t   ���������      f  THE NEWS. CUMBEHLAiNTD, K a  $t>  ���������nr^9^*  MJIM  NDES  BY  C.M.MRNIT2  riverside  pa.  .   '  CORR*eSPONDEN(X  ���������SOLICITED  sshjy  [These articles und Illustrations must not  ho reprinted, .without special-permission, J       ���������'���������*., '  THE   ROSE   COMB   WHITE    LEG-  \    -Ao   ,- t    HORN. ,  ,. J..O11V   Canadian   cousins,.up    thero  ���������where the zero winds whistle through  - their whiskers suro show horse sense  when they breed-Rose Comb Whlto  Leghorns In',, quantities, for they are  'treat winter layers, and Unit low rose  comb can't freeze off llko the,tender  points on the single comb, a condition  thnt so often knocks the egg record.  IJnt our friends of tho snowdrift  * land are not lho only fanciers wise to  this bird, that' matures- Ao early and  ���������    lays so laic, for It Is,claimed there are'  3,000 breeders, of'this variety In tlio  United Slates, ami tbe number is lu-  ������������������  creasing.   But whence that rose comb?  That   rose  conil>  comes  from   the  j    Hamburg ns ibo result  of a  cross  made in tills country about llfty years*  ogo/lhe Single Comb White Leghorn  rtioto by C. M. E&rnllz.  1I08R COMB WniTK LKOHOBU COCKBRElit  . and White Hamburg being ������wed, thus  the Rose Comb ���������\Yhltc��������� .'which la halt  Italian and half Dutch.  At. first the bird wasn't very popular,  as it was small and had a big bunched  comb .that lopped over the eye's; hilt,  coming from such remarkable laying  nncostry on both sides, the new variety was bound to make good, and fan*-  clers soon began to sit up and tako  notice that It was nn egg phenomenon:  It*i frtowl'i Increased; tbey bred ifc'by,  ���������selection for size, shape and smaller,  more regular comb, so that today It-Is  n beautiful bon ton bird that lays lots  of eggs-low cost eggs.  The larger' the ben tbo larger the  food bill nnd the cost of tho egg and  the moro room sho occupies. For thoso  reasons Plymouth Rocks and similar  OH, VOU  FALL! ^  Uo haue my** youv summer yt*3*\  for autuii*?* slays ore here,  /.iii* lung j"-"-**- straw hut on the hooX. I  It's cool; <J"I| drinking' beer. 'I  Go atoro tit*-**-* mower snfo'away. -  No. longer y������u must Brunt . -  In pushing that dull thing around  In that Si?cV breaklne stunt.  Go hang the bo*-**) up on 'the hook.  Yes, sir, Ke2"* oft the grass!  You're dot*.- tne fun of squlrtlii** folks  'As they y0l'i' mansion pass.  *��������� Wi  Now put tn*3 tjarden *pado away  And polish. Ud your sun. *,..  Tho hunMnt? SeasCon lias urrlved.' " '.������'  ���������Hooray -"of bully tun! .,.  -���������  But listen-0'", our tun to smashed!-.    "*  Just listen to Marlar. ���������  She's yclHn** clenr.ucross the street' -  As If sho *-*s afire*.  ."Come. cleun thnt carpet on the line:  Thnt stov^Plpo must coma down*,,  I've ������ot to J*0*- niy houso all cleaned  'Beforo th*"* rest In town." ,  "Here, deal* that attic Quick for ui*,'  And clean the cellar too, ���������  And don't f������rKct, with other things.  To clean that furnace fluo.*  * v  "And when J'������U've got the house all done  And wagl)**1*! niy poodlo Nell  Go hang youvsclf Upon tho line,  -'   And 1 RhjjH dust you well."  C. M.  UARNITZ.  1'lioto by C. M. lltirnltx.  HOBS COill! WniW MWtlOltK r-DT.MiT,  (���������roods aro not (lie stocl; on the bier  egg plants, Uigliorns Ijoiuff' brt-d ul-  most exclusively.  Of coureo tho crn'cans Is not so largo,  but. It must bu ronieinboied that lho  Leghorn Is an cgfi specialist, .  Hho mnUoB n good profit for lior owner without lior carcass being considered, and IT brod to groat size her lay-  fnff ability Is cut down,  Leghorns aro not tbo butterfly birds  they once wore, tbe bwler' t\y cctee-  tlon iirtw trvliiR to Ret hi* pull-its to  four nnd ooelterols to.llvo pomidR nt  least, nnd for Uiio grained llesb theso  aro not to bo Oesiilseii.  , D0N-T8.  Don't cacl-lo loud unless, like tbe  hen, you hnvo something substantial to  ���������(how, for It.  '-Dou'l retreat, but bent defeat. A victory Hint bus booij, won nfjer fnlluro  Is most precious nnd Inspiring.  ���������"Don't expect every on������-to seo as  rou do; Vou mny bo color blind or  ���������nve r,u egotistic mind,  Don't kill time lillllng your pnwr.ect*  tiy starting n ptnut with' bargain  counter birds; To mako good the best  ������ro trine too gnml, nnd for those you  mast p������y tfood money.  KURIOS FR0M KO.ftRESPONDENTS  Q. Where Old the Belgian haro originate, what ts tlie origin of tho Flemish  giant, and which Is tiie bettor rabbit  for market? A. The .Belgian eame  from * Belgium or northern France.  The Flemish l* only a Belgian brod fot  size, and thi-3 gives it a coarser and  less finely flavored meat than ilie other,  which, for tbese reasons, .sells belter.  Q. Please give, the natural bill oi  fare, of the raffed'grouse or pheasant  A. Wild befJV-*es . aud fruits, acorns,  chestnuts,"beechnuts,1 hazelnuts, seeds,  browse, beetles, weevil, worms, sawfly,  larvae, appio caterpillars, buckwheat  nnd other gra-ihs. To supply this Insect  ration, for pheasants raised artificially  our English dozens skin a horse, lei  Mm oe blowcd. bury him near,surface  and gather tbo maggots for {ho birds  when tbey wteglc through. Tho maggot method lijn't in vogue here.   .,  Q. Wnich <Jo you find. lay the*mors  and the . lar^r eggs, Rose Comb ' or  Single Comb ^eghorns, and which variety of Leghorns do you consider most  profitable?. A. Single Comb. The  Single Comb White Leghorns.  Q. How csiP 1 breed a firm, smooth-  comb of uniform type onS. O.-Erowu-  Leghorn cockerels? A. Mate a nialo  with a straight,,, firm, smooth, fine, five  pointed comb to a hen "vvllli a straight,  five pointed comb. ,  ' Q.  Why  tiro  not  inoro  Aylesbury  ducks bred lfl America?.   A.  Because'  "the Pck"in^-3������tun^quiclcer7T*"icUs~casl~  er'aiid has ..ti'tt,yellow butter color so  popular in tb's country.  PEATHEP-S AND EGGSHELLS.  The1 Chinese are trying to get a 'market for'their desiccated* (dried) eggs in  this country,' It requires seventy yolks  to make a pound of tbe dried product  and the whlto*-* of 200 eggs to make n  pounds of agS albumen. Whole dried  eggs sell at *-*! cents a pound, dried  yolks at 24 c������htfl und egg albumou at  ���������M cents,   rjow's that for cheap?  If customers,And prices for poultry  nnd eggs hljj'-cr a glunco at market  quotations iV-ll generally show feeds  higher, also, To make u reasonable  profit the po-'Urymnu -must adjust bis  prices according to lho cost  When an exploding Incubator lamp  sot flro to ber- clothing Mrs.* William  Jones, ncnr'Clysses, Pa., jumped,Into  bed and smothered, lho flames with  blankets and Saved her life. Fire extinguishers (ind beds should bo kept  bandy'for stJcU emergencies.  Tbo idea tbat so many going; into  poultry wlll causo a glut ln tho war-  kot will never como true in a country  whoso population grows so fast and  where tho be0' trust bns tho peoplo by  tho throat Chicken and eggs'., havo  largely taken Uio place of beef In many  homes, and thoro ia no healthier food  especially wpe-ii home raised,  It is claimed 70,000 chicks wero killed In tho shell by concussion from the  twolvo inch Rims of Uio Delnwaro  whllo practicing off tho eastern sboro  near KorfoW- Vr, The samo reporter  declared thh* tlio noise so scored tlio  old bens and roosters (tint tbey sbed  all their feathers and rnn to tbo tail  limber for protection,   Nwf cod.  A York (P������.) citizen wns tried in  court becauso bis bulldog "deliberately  and with, f'hillco, nforethought did  wound Md ������loy scvon cnt������." Oilio  court ruled ^-nt It wns unturnl for r  dog to chaKft and kill oats, ana tlio  owner was p'ot to bloino. Tlio eat pro-  toctors hart to pny tlio costs,  Tho report .*���������)! the spring CrcnJ^ Sparrow club <if.Illinois for 1011 -shows  that Its WeU-bcrs killed 0.19 sparrows,  1,150 rats, sU moles, ]31 crown, SO owlR,  82 linwks, 2d weanolfl. 123 nilulcs nnd  00 groundbc,Rs. '-Tbey know onoiigb  not to moiik-fl-J* with tbo sUtinkn.  Tlio AmerJean I'otiltry association  hns decided to orchaiigo tlio corrected  rtnnd-ird fcf the "S-aiHen "Put ""tit '.it  (IrRt o\\ condition llmt, tlio old book and  00 cents arfl tont to S. T. Cunipboll,  secretary A. *\ A��������� Mansflcld, 0.  The Ohio pirdon bourd certulnly bns  tbo rest of Uio, slates giia-mlng as lo  what. It will flo'nMr. It rerently pnr-  doucd a cliic'lfen thief who was sor.-rhiu  n fifteen ycflf term on tbo ground Hint  lio was a klci-toinniiiac nnd mado lilii*  promise to bo good nnd marry bis  brother's xd&oxr, wlio bus seven chlh  drcd.        *���������  Tbo chump.on chicken thief of Per-n-  sylvanln Iintf Micnt moat of his life behind tho tmr.1 for lidniifiing uud cltiliiifi  to liavo s.10!*5-! .IXiOO.   If you can beat  ; Hint, let's b<"ir frcn: you.  CONQUEST OF THE AIR.  First Public Flight of an Aeroplane In  Thi������ Country. .       ,        '*  In "The Curtlss Aviation Book'*  Glonn Curtissjdescrlbes the first public  aeroplane flight In America, in tlie days  before nny ouer7bad ever heard of tha  young Yankee Inventor, and he was experimenting- with Alexander Graham  Hell and others:-y "    %  "Baldwin climbed'.Iiito the seat; took  the control in band,-aiid we cranked  the motor. When wo released our bold  of tlie machine It sped ovci; tho Ice llko  a st-nVcd rabbit for two or threo hundred foot and then, much to our Joy, It  jumped into the'alr. This was what we  had worked for through mnny', long  months, atid naturally, wo watched the  brief iind unccrtnln-.cour.se of Baldwin  wllh a good deal of emotion.  ."Rising to a height of,, six or, bot en  feet, Baldwin How the unheard bf dis-  tanco of 318 feet 11 inches! Then ha  camo down ingloriously on one wing.  As wo learned afterward,' the frail  framework of the tall had bent and tho  machine, had flopped over on its, sido'  and dropped1 on the wing, which gavo  wny and caused the machine to turn,  completely around. '  ���������'It had .token just seven weeks to  build tbe machine and get it ready for  tho trial; it liad taken"just about twenty seconds lo .smash it. But a great  tiling had been accomplished. We hud  achieved the first, public .flight of a  heavier, than air .machine In America!'-  %      -    ~   THE FIRST WATCHES.   '  Th������y Had Weights, Not Springe, *������n*l  VVcro tie Big as Plates.-  A't first the watch was about tbe size  of a dessert plate. It had weights*and  was used'aa a "pocket clock." Tbe earliest known use of the modern name  occurs in the record of 1552, which  mentions that EdVvard VI, bad ."one  larum or watch of iron, the"'case being  likewise of.iron gilt,.with'^two plummets of lead.���������,    .'-.J' '" V       Y  Tho first, watches may readily <ba  supposed to havo been of rude execu-**  tion. Tho first great Improvement', tha  shbstilutioh of springs foi* weights, was,  in 1550. Tho earliest springs .wero not  coiled, but only straight pieces, of '"steel."  Early watches'ha'd only one-hand  and, being wound up twice a day, they  could not bo expected to keep tjmo  nearer than fifteen or twenty muiutes  in tho twelve hours. The dials were of  silver or brass. The cases had, no crystals, but opened at the back and-front  and were four or'five Inches In diameter. . ,.    Js    .  A plain watch cost the equivalent,of  NEW NECKWEAR.  This Pretty Jabot Has  a    Touch    of    Color.  .   OF SHADOW LAOS AND BLCB BATIK.  E^ery day a new jabot style appears,  and this pretty model is among J.he  most successful of the late arrivals.  It Is mado of shadow lace and pale  bluo satin, the lace being draped under  a bow of Uie satin In a very graceful  fashion.   ���������  MISS TARBELL ON, SUFFRAGE.  ^COTTiiTour* currency, an"d~after one  was ordered it took a year to make lt.r  Exchange.^ ^V'',' '" '  , " i  Exasperating.  A ^stuttering salesman callod on a  New York buyer with an excellenl  proposition. In-well turned sentences  he proceeded lo lay boforo the buyet  his 6tiperb argument. But, alas, iu  every well turned sentence there were  "bs" and "rus," and over'these (he  salesman stuttered pitiably,.  The buyer beforo whom he was  pleading was a cnusllc, nasty sort ol  chap, and after five minutes of stuttering at a point where tbo salesman was  floundering most dreadfully, tho buyer,  held up bis band and said:      >  "I'm nfrakl I can't understand you.,  Call again when you're sober."  Tho salesman turned scarlet with  mortification and rago.  "B-b-b-biit"-    ���������  - "No," said the buyer,  waving blm  resolutely toward tbo door, "not now-  whon you're sober,"  "And tho Infuriated salesman depart-  e-d.-Wasbinglon Star.  Macaulay as a Talker.  Whero Macnulny's talk failed Is  clearly shown by Grovllle. "If ho could  tread loss heavily on tho ground, If bo  could touch tbe subjects" ho bandlos  with u lighter hand, If be-knew when  to stop ns well as lio knows wbnt to  say, his talk would,bo as attractive as  it li wonderful." It is all summed up  In tho sentence, "Ho gave snclbty more  than It required and not crnclly of tbo  Mud." Mncuulay, In fact, Buffered  from oxcess of tbo first requlsllo of  tnlk, according to Johnson--"n*intcrl'  nls." A������ Sir Uonry Taylor snid, "Ills  memory had swamped his mind,'.-  Flashes of ignorance us well ns' of dl-  leneo are necessary to tbo perfect talker. And so, an bus beon snid, Macnuhiy  often exhausted liln nudlonces boforo  bo exhausted tbo subject. - London  Olironlclo.  A Juvenile Critic.  A small girl of flvo was walking recently with her mother ihrough tho  public garden In Boat on, Tlio Washington monument attracted ber attention,' nnd sho Inquired whnt It was.,  "Thut," ropliod ber motbor, "Is a  ulntuo of Gcorgo Washington."  Tbo littlo lady regarded It critically  for somo momenta, and thon sho suld,  "Washington didn't tnko n vory Rood  itntuo, did ho, mollior?"��������� JOverybody's.  The Ballot Not So Important as Gen-  . ral Efficiency.  "Personally I am rather' Indifferent  about suffrage," said Miss Ida Tarbell  recently. "Whether women vote or not  is a matter of comparatively small nio-  merit. in'thp'great evolution of woman  ,.and 'humanity. \ The important thing  is to develop'efficiency, and, there Isi no  .sex in that, for men and women alike  must learn to mako efficient human be-  , iugs of themselves.    That applies' lo  -every one.' Tho young married woman  must make a. profession out of her  homo, life,' not sit back In archaic  laziness.   Arid she has one of the most  '^.ifflcult professions In the world. -The  young unmarried woman should find  the work in which she can be most useful and then-she should develop'herself along that line.  yi do not nt all believe In marriage  'for every woman," said Miss Tarbell  with quiet emphasis; "Jt Is practically  a crime to marry without a foundation  ,of_lruoJoxo.._audll^ani1,_absolntelvucoi*tI  viuced lhat marrying merely for' the  ..sake of'marriage'defeats the whole institution. ' Rut efficiency is the great  lliing, and i believe that* most of the  marriages tbat; aro failures go to pieces  Just because of tho lack* of efficiency of  either the man or the woman or both."  Frook With Scarf to Match.  One of tbe most fashionable shades  of the season Ls* taupe, a Jovciy tone of  grayish brown that is flattering alike  to brunette and blond.  Tbo French are making somo of their  most expensive-nud artistic models In  Mb*  No Self Bteker.  Indulgent Unclo-The trouble wllh  you, noraco, la that you liavo not  struck yoi'i' proper vocation. You  lavt-n't itiunil joartieif yuU tSvape-  graco r-'ophew-nulil You wnnt mo  -to bo n Helf seeker, do you, undo?���������  Chicago Tribune.  ,  It Woi on Foot.  "You sny that tliero I.i n movenmnt  on fooir  "Pure-did you i������rpiv't It io be en  t horseback, cr Jn nn notomoblle, or per-  i Imps In nn alrabln.-'���������Kevr York Tress.  Wo sometimes hnve thoso little nibs  ���������which Prorhlcnfi-' send* Jo enhance  ���������tie ruluo of Its favor*.-(jotdsmltu.  V������I'J|:-  GAM.IN0 OOSTUUB QT TiUI'K Vfil.VRT.  tbl/i slindo ut velvet,  Tho costume pictured Is a huppy, Illustration of lho sue-  ccz2 cf the ccrr.l-li-.'illcu cf lavire vt-1.  vet nnd fur.  BOUNDARY LINtt MARKS.  Thoso  Between ..Hanover and Holland  ' on tho Rhino Are Unique.  Many of the International boundary  marks dlsiv'*\y* a sentimental as well ns  a. practical- character. , Tho famous  "Pillar of Farewell,'' which marks the  Hue between Hussln and Siberia, hns  been ' celebrated in song nnd story.  This'boundary mark stands between  Ekaterinburg, lu Russia, nnd Tlumcn,  in Siberia. It stands ou the mnin road,  along which thousands of exiles have  passed. .It Is an obelisk of brick, slx-  teen,,feet in height. Ou the west side  lt bears in /ltusslan characters the  word "Kurope," and on the oust side  the word "Asia." >  The boundary marks along our northern'frontier, separating ns from Canada, tiro of a most practical sort. Tor  many hundreds of miles the St. Lawrence river and the groat lakes form  the natural boundaries, but there Is a  vast Etrctcli of pralrio land beyond  with no natural demarcation. The  boundary'marks here are pillars of  Iron and wood placed nt intervals of  one mile.' They havo been alternately  supplied by, tho two governments and  may. bo seen from the Lake of the  Woods to tlio Red river valley. He-  yond that tho marks nre mounds of  earth and.cnlrtis'ofstono.  The strangest of European frontier  Hues Is tbat marking the boundary between nanover and Holland, where it  crosses the Rhine.. A row of pontoons  lies across tbo river, chained bow niid������  stern. Inasmuch as tbe dividing line  runs through from Blem to stern, the  eastern halves of the boats aro painted  In German coiors, the western in  Dutch.  The effect Is most striking.,  Austria has a frontlerjllne of about  S.SOO miles, of which 2.090 is land.  Every mile of this must be guarded  against the encroachments of Austria's  neighbors.' Germany is in a -similar,  situation, since, hor land frontiers,  bordering upon Russia, Austria'Swlr/  zerland, France, Holland and Belgium  are*2,255 miles in,extent, and by far  the larger portion Is'-not protected by  mountains, rivers0or nby other natural  boundaries. TheGcrraan'seacoast, however, is only 7-M miles in extent-Harper's.  DRESS OF MALTESE WOMEN.  Silk. Hooded  Cloaks   Hide   Face   and  .    Form From the Curious.  The dress of the Maltese is very singular, and' that of the women striking  in tbe extreme. When abroad they aro  all arrayed in black. They put on over  their other dress-.a_.robe.or loose skirt  ���������of--that-color,���������brought-high���������on the-  bosom, aiid in placo of bonnets their  heads "are covered with a black silk  mantle which invests their shoulders  and descends halfway behind.  The part which covers the head Is  'furnished with a piece of whalebone inserted in tho hem, which beeps it in position nnd prevents the silk from dropping over the eyes. One hand, placed  inside, is always necessary to bold together lho sides of the scarf in front,  and the other hand*Is often hid under  lis folds, only n forefinger being suffered to appear through tlio opening  left for the purpose. Of courso, under  such niu fliers little can bc seen of the  beauties of form or feature If a Mnlteso  nymph happens to possess them". The  eyes nnd n moving, pall black figure  nre all that can bc distinguished. ,  But sometimes the fair one deigns to  exhibit her face, to a curious gazer ln  placo of engrossing herself tho privilege of scolng, and features good hu-.  mored, rather pleasing tbiinhnudsomo  and irradiated by a pair of fine, spark-  lug eyes, arc dlsplnyed lo tbo beholder.  The complexion is a dark olive, partaking a llltlo of a sort of mulatto tlngo.  Tho mantle Is obviously borrowed, or  rather it has descended from a distant  ngc and people, it answers to the veil  of eastern ladles.  Such figures, thousands of whom nro  abroad on tho Sabbath, glvo the streets  a funeral look. It seems as If all Malta  had gono luto mourning.���������r-hllndelpbln  Inquirer.  Scott'i Narrow Eioape.  Tho world Imd a narrow nsenpe of  never having known a Sir Walter Scott.  When n lluy bubo he was left In cbnrgo  of a muld, but tho girl's heart* wns .In  Hdlnbnrgb, whither she wunted to go  lo rejoin her lover,' Sho wns, however,  compelled to stay and look after the ln<  fant nt Snudy Kuowo. Tho girl regarded her chnrgo nn an obstacle to bo  removed and afterward confessed (hot  ibo carried young Scott up to tho crnss  (under a strong lomplntlon of tho devil,  ns Bho expressed II),, fully Intending to  cut his throat wllh ber scissors und  bury blm under the moss.  Claiilfylng Him.  -ilrotlicr Hurdosty, can't you umbo  your contribution for tho education of  lho heathen it llltlo larger than usual  this year?"  "Dr. Goodman, I'm more than dou-  bllnirlt I hnrnjustfitni-icd Ihot young-  i est boy of mlno to collo6o."--CIilcngo  11 rilnine.  The   Cowled    Monk's    Head,  Cooney Canyon, New Mexico.  fi-7-i ���������"������������������:*���������> i"-*?.  ^.-wx"* ���������:���������������.���������.':"-V''-*'  *.  .-���������*���������..  JV^-f'-i.-'--  ,';,.-;,��������� \C-j-.-*,  Mr.4','   ���������*,  Almost every western stale has one  or more natural statues. Sonic aro  carved so perfectly by the action of  the elements ns to be startling in tlieic,  expressions. One of the. most striking  is the "Monk's llbad," iji Cooney canyon, Now Mexico, a freak of nature  which brings out In clear relief a  man's face, the head- appearing to bo  hooded. The figure is of giant proportions, and nt a distance, sharply out-  lined.agaiust the,sky, it seems iui|>os-  siblo that-it is not the work of sumo  ancient-people who may havo wrought  upon it with crude.tools, yet.obtaining  a singularly strong and virile ospros-  sion of countenance.       ,        .  Origin cf Words.  "Powwow"' conies from llie North  American Indian;-.  Tho word-boss comes from (lie Low  Dutch and moans master.  Kidnap comes'from lire unpping or  stealing of a kid, gypsy for child.   >  Calaboose, a prison; picaroon, u pirate; palaver, to talk, are all Spanish.  "A'rum chap" is simply a gypsy kid.  It has no relation to the.product of  tiie slill. *  Pal is a brother, ami, "conk." for  nose.-comes from the spouting fountain, the concha of tbo.ltoiiuins.-.  Demijohn   comes  from   the   Arabic,  damaghau, itselfflaketi froniAlhe Persian glass makiug town of Derangbnu  . The common slang .word "mash" is  _-*f-i*Am u hnnn*} t-fi t ������ rrvrietr iv^ffl i*_m*-*i-._  ���������j.������ viii ���������-i*��������� hj\*u vi i*^\ii���������^ki I'-V-i��������� i'vi ������ -i""' ni**B~  fada," which means "lo charm by the  eyes.". "       .    ,  Why should a man be called a spoon?  Why spoony when ho is making lover  Simply because he is a "loeffel," which-,  also means spoon.  A Diplomatic Fisherman.  A king once bought a string of fisU  from a poor fisherman and In return '  gave him a bag'of gold coins. The  fisherman swung tho fortune over Ills  shoulder and was about to depart  when ho noticed a single coin hnrt fallen to lho floor. Carefully placing the  bag on lho ground, the man stooped  uud took possession of the coin nud put  It iu tho bag wiih tlie fortune.  '  "Aro you n miser?''" asked tho king.  "Wero you afraid one of my servants  would get it?"  "Not so," replied the fisherman. "Hut  tho coin bears on ono side the tin me  of God, on the oilier ibe portrait of  you, my liltig. 1 would not have on*} or.  the other defiled by" being trampled underfoot. ���������  The king was so,pleased wllh tliif^  rendy answer tliat he gave the fisherman another big load or gold and seal  him rejoicing on I1I3 way.  Toasts From Dickens. ,  And now everywhere is tho New  Year. There aro books and toys, kind  wishes and good deeds for tho New;  Vcar.���������Chliuofl,  Lo, the year has Inbored through Hid  destined round and now Inys down lin  weary head to dlo! Tho streets nro  full of motion, and llie shops nro decked out giiyly.-Chlnins,   . ���������  Yes, tho New yonr, like nn Infant  boJr to the wholo world, Is waited for  with welcomes and roJolcIng.-ClilniuB.  I'-nlhnr Time Is not ulwnys a hard  parent, nud, though ho tn-rlos fornono  of bis children, lio often luyt* bis hniul  lightly on thoso who uso blm well.���������  Hit nut hy Hud go,  Mist Boardmnn Decorated,  Miss Mabel Hoard mini, secretary -d  tbo American Red Cross, recently received from lhe White House (lie in-  nlgnla of tbo Fifth Order of tho Crown,  conferred upon her by tho Jnpancst  emperor for distinguished -service. 11  is tho first timo nn American -womnn  has been so honored by Japan. Tho order conferred upon Miss Boardmnn wiw  ���������pcclally wt.",bMr,bcd (o rccoznlj-c mcrl  toriotiB service done by womon.  The Insignia were rent to President  Tuft, president of (ho Atnciicau J'cO  Crofts, by Mnrijuls Mnlsukntl. bend ol  tbo Japanese illed Cro-ru. i'rcsldenl  Tuft has written to ihe manjiil* nnd tc  (be Japan-Mi-**' ereperor, thanking <he������  tor tht honor nnld Mkn Ronrdmai.  ; HUI.)*ton.  I   "You know I refii/it'il you half n doz-  | i?n times beforo wo were married," suld  Ur. Mecfcton's wilt-.  "yes,-' replied her husband, "1 giirl*  peel Hint's wbnt has kept mo from ever  wnnllng my own wny again."���������Washington Star.  Hn OM Net Ntttt It  Rtinkln-I enn't go on. I haven't sny  rnnkfiip Mnnft5**r���������\Vhnt nr������you plny-  Ing tonichl? liiwkln���������Tho fool in-  Mnnnccr-Co right on. Never mind th-t  makeup.  A gofwl <rn������i''Ifn<''������ li heaven; ��������� haA  on* holt -*;-������*-mnn I'rorerh.  Cats In Ancient Timti.  Cats are moiilloncil In Assyria 2000  H. C. and nre found In Egyptian tonil '  centuries prior to thnt drito. Deified!  like the Ibis nnd Ichncmnon from their  1 ns'iful properiies, \\\ey were bc-ld la  well veneration thnt UiibnRtls, at lirst  Hon bended, became n cat lion ted god*  Acta. Herodotus lolls nt tho Kgyptlnus  first saved lhe a.- when lho bouso look  flro, To kill n cnt oven by iiccldout  wnn punb-l'iihln hy dontli Tli-> Un.  mans whon Uiey runnucrctl Hpypt  trnateil the nulimils with (ho snme cou-  tempt as llie rollglon of which they  formed pint. Not,n cat has IieiMi fouuj  In Uio ruins uf ropipL'H or lli'tvuia-  ueum.  Scereli.  WJif.u I rass l.ln-Ja'H hauee itn-J imt n pelr^  bio on tho eats  It it-Miit: "J I'iivo to hurry on.    Don't  lool* for m������ nor wait,"  AnJ when 1 fix my ribbon how In Just ���������  eertuln txav *  I*, rneaiiii, "C'oiue over In tny lioiito this  ufl-.-is.oon, nnd pl������y,"  Tl.ttll  ![  I loUVg Uudoi-a  lho (o|ill.okl  LilU  inn of my tlini .  Jt rnfana: '"Ilie rain will i>poli o6r furru  Wtj'r.T *h.i!l *b <J->*."*  It r*������*i)!/ nn'i'.Jn't mailer -ru-'h It tvtrft  h(n\y knew,  Ani y*l U't vtry pltanant l.avlnc 'tctt*  tt at iU . -���������������,,'.   -v      '..-v.  *****  -   V.  ���������UlUbak*  Tire MEWS, CTJMBEBL^MD. BRITISH COLUMBIA,  Lil^OIiEUJVlS  CUAhLiPAPE^s  URGE CtiRTAif-lS  N'KW.STOCK of tlie.nbove-ih well-assorted patterns  and deigns at POPULAR PRICES . ........  , Our slock,ot Furniture, House-fur-  nishjngs. Beds, etc.,*.:': is4 a ways  complete ancl prices the best.  Try a Fawcetl Range ; they   are  always satisfactory.  LAND   NOTICE.  mining 100. acres more ��������� or l&s  Mykth: Bonnktte, Applicant  -   Tom Mnticr, Agent.  Dated January 3rd, 1913...  Vancouver Land DU't-rict,  ' District of Sayward    -  TAKE NOTICE  that. Myrtle'     '..     ��������� t���������~-~-.  Bonnette, of Vanconver, occupa.i Dnvton, Ohio, March 25.���������  tion,' nurse, intends to . -apply- for ry\]Q \oV^\y city of" Dayton, e ;copt  permiepibn to purchase the foi- jy ils ,n0st remote, suburbs, t;-  lowing described; .lands:���������Coin-] n-jlt js covered with a. seethinpf  mousing at a-post planted and j-i0*Cki 0f--water ' from eight to  marked the north-west corner of twcU*-,v fret, deep; Any atteinp't  lot 58i; thence east 40 'chains, t0 cstinuito the loss of life is  noU It *40-.chains, thence west 40  chains thence south 40 .chains  ro point of commencement   con-  THE,. CANADIAN BANK;  hopeless. It issnro.Alo run into  the thousand*. The property  loss will total  millions' of dollars.  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 -���������]   .REST, 412,500,000  Issued by. The Canadian Banl< of Commerce; are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of'money.;- -These Orders,  payable without*chhrg-o at any bank in Canada' (except in, the -Yukon  Territory) and in the'principal cities of .the United Slates;' are issued, at  the following rates:  '', ,'.'  , *"A,     -,-   , J *\ ';*-������������������>A   s  $5' and under ;....*.;.'   3 cents;  Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10  *6  "10     *"*'    c       " 30 10     "  ��������� it.   30      ���������' " 50... 15     w  y  '' fi*mr*fw*:*wt*n**i .***������������������ amm jo* ���������*���������*���������  Mcl'hrc Ulock, A, MoJHNNQN     Onmberland  tnmMui ��������� r������u������m������.-imrMW������w���������-*������  ,- Lots or Acreage for  ^yhicli  will trade some  ..Stock in a Vancouver  Financial Co., that is  earning-   Twelve    per  |     MAROCCHl BROS    "1  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  8.8  1   ehouM bo mada by means of our SPECIAL. FOREIGN^ DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay ������t reasonable rates. "       . , -,    ���������  CUMBERLAND KUAN CH ..,W. '������. "WHITE, Manager    ]  ���������mj-y. mvmrmnmcry^t^tSSOli f.***tmai.aamajima.Allnwii'-t- jnirfH������*fcjimgga  ;i||'||||l!llll|l!ll!lll!l|tjll!IM '<  - -.- .-..--��������� si     .  NOTICE  NOTICE*-IS HEREBY GIVEN* that  unit-tings of tlie Pi--������vincial AgrlcuUuia!  Commisdio-a will be held at the following  pl.vC-is:��������� .. -  Nnii'iimo���������April llth, 10 a.m. and 2.3C  p.m. Oily Hall.  cent.-   Property   must   p-^e-Apru i2u.,ioa. u..*ab.i-  ���������i* ** caltuial H-ul.  Alb-.-riii���������April  loth, iO a. m., and 2.30  p.m.; April lGih, 10 a.m., Court Il'ous.-.  " Courtonay���������April I7th and 18th,   10 a.  m. anil 2.30 p.m. of hoth day3, Agricultu-  al Hull,  Duncan���������April 214 and 22oc], 10 n. m:;  and 2.30 p.m. of both days, Cjurt Houso.  Tho Commii-sion v. ill hear evidence on  hU mattew affeotmg, agricultural conditions in tbe Province. All persona inter  estcd are invited to bj present.*  W'.H. HAYWARtf, il.L.A.  Onairu^au  0. B   fpT'iVT^va'"^, * ���������'_   '  be unencumbered  ', Address,   X 496,  .Cumberland News,'  Cumberland,  B; C.  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Con-pony's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in.all-Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  J* ,- -io  GOVERNMENT ST.;'        ,������       ��������� VICTORIA, B.C.  ' Complete'Stockof '"Ye Oido FirnieA'-.A  ���������"}.  ���������;-'  ianos*  3  Qas^tettim&z/&m  ������    -  12      ���������������  *i  ���������*������  g  ]. M. V/lii!-**,   a ���������bi,al<einan  on  <\ coal   train, ' was   injured    on  Monday last, by being  squeezed  l>.*i\vl-eu cars.    'He  w������s=tllc"firtcr  the li .Pji'.tnl.  Mr aid Mrs. Sam  Davis   w!U  . ;k'ave on Thursday morning   for  ���������  Vnjiconvi-r ou a   sliort   yi^it   to  "Mr.^uul Mrs. Sam MeLeod.       ,  lu 15.'C. anyon'e  found under  ilie  iiiflui-in-c   cf  liquor,   while  diiving 11 motor'c������r, is liable to  ha fined $300, and six ��������� months  in jail.  J lv rnr. Ci"iwf/)'n! is* seriously ill  ���������if. C &.\'.  l.Iospiial.  Mir-u HuZ'-l Frame is Lome from  Vn 1.(01 ve, Noitrit.l 9ehopl.  It will '���������nyt you aliout ft ���������$ to take  i'v^i-ytliiii*; in on Thureday ninjzlH;  nnd if yi.u 'ako your Sunday tfirl,  j   i\\]\ o\ }f fiimi ynu ���������$$.  Secretary.  1 K.^oril ������������������ IH pMW.t^WT..  ���������������***������-*���������*****���������-****> -������*���������****���������������**>-*��������� ���������<**������������������  state,ana insurance,  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers,  "We have  a large number  of -euquiriosfor  acreage in ,;  Comox Valley,    ityou have anything  to  sell,   LIST  with us,        .     ���������,      .. .   -     '.'���������.'���������'  We are-:AUCTI0NBEF S "; ���������  SBE US if vou-want a,s:do and wo will ai range one ' "   the shortofl  I'.  ri     :  a   *  n ���������  . ���������- ___������)-  The following article is clipped from thu Saturday Sunset,  Vaiu-GUV'-.']', which wc fi-ol is  ���������w'M-thy of publicaMon and befit-  }inn at fujs sensoi. of the year:  ������������������ Thi- is the eeasou more than  iuiv othtr \'i tho veur when Chris-  Something That You  Have Never Seen  Nor Even  Heard of  A PA.UISIA-N- NOVELTY-  In Europe it is tiswl this ye������r  as a little Kastui* Present or rr.th-  ���������er (1 mark of courtesy to friends  and rulaLives. Jts.valuo as a tok-  lie������ mom in tlui novel idea than in  rhy price of tho article. It ia arranged so tliat it can be sent, just  like' a post card, . for a cent ���������->���������������  two, to any place in Oauada or  tlie United 'States. The endearing ideii aliout it is tlio otnbfc-h.i'd  LU Ml NESS CROSS, which will  shine all night long or in any-dark  mom in a GLORIOUS MYSTIC  HLITK LIGHT,   after you had  it  ' p-issible notice and" get'tho "IJEST-'"FR, ;    IC  COUBTBNAY, B. C.  C**S22S3E3^i^2iSS5025S!  a.  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor VictroSas, Gramophones and Records  WRITE FOR, CATALOG , AND PRICE LISTS.    ;  Couvenient-'Terms'of Payment Arranged;'-;    ..',  -.' --'������������������'re*-*-*^^  809 GOVERNMENT STW,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTQRIA, B; C     |  V*  li[ll!ltlll!l!lil!li;!iiltllltlUllllintl!!li:ii:!llitl!lll!ii!;il!ttl!!l!il!l!llll!tl!lll!lll!il  ii-iil  miionm  "PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT"  tiauH   shdnld    do   their    moral h ;[juiod  to  daylight    for a  few  housecleriuiii'r.    It would he well  for tbo wiild. il lihe Mohatnnie-  /hui.������, th-.* Fullusvers of Christ  -mil'd "iK",' or iwicr* a year make  the slalo clv.jn of hale*3, of jcul-  on-'iffi rn \ nil lho other petty in  inn's s 1 f "Uf lnuiulatieexl^tance.  whieli the. j������reat founder  of  our  religion hu strongly condemned,  Kits'cr sluiuVI ho the time  when  Chris'.i.uiR review   and   examine  (heir .'iftiui.'. of  the juist   I'-vc-lvc  iiinni'li- nud if they   find   ihoui-  s/lvc-i wanting s-hould resolve to  live in future   more   iu ��������� charity  :>*,id hi1 -l'."---   \viih    tlvr   fr-llow  in 11     Jvv,-u   in   our   thurcho-"',  iu lii-fii.'lai a-   their   woik   i-*   to  ���������U'lk'n-l, th<* teachinj*;  and  o:<-  mii'iie "1 i ni ist 1.1 tim   iiiU*i^   in.  j:ot!������. n    The rrid field   uf   t'of;-  ui.'ilie   (.oii'rover-'y   H   generally  nun'.' a-tr.K'iiv*,' to the pustor and  !ii.*; cu:i)',i..".*'it'niu than   the  mi.'-  n-lieeiu    pr*.*"v|'l:>   <-l   the   S������ w  'j'f������i!iiu-|'i    Yi.Ui!,..vi,1    li.������.-   v;tA   OlOMvMli TKMiKUH niil hi* u-  ihi* pu-s'-.t il.r, w.*i-ld m>  sti������.>uf,'-j ������^5 ('(-ivcil by thn Minh-ter ef L*.iio>  .    .    ,. ,".   .,.,-.   ���������    1   . '   o-. I'i'ir iha'i   1 or-ti  ou  !|������u tlth  ^1!lli;' ������������������"'!-'h-.'f l.ri-   i-   '������"-_t|,yiJf April, i������,i:- j r ihu |������������rcl.u������e  '.'i;!!i-ii     'in   lhe   .'luiu-ei'-ai'v  o(i,,f   Lucnct-    Nu     l\b\,    io     rut  ),;���������- ,,.M,.;.*.x;  .,  ,1) win-* haw   utA ��������� '.,i(-*'',< Ud  iVi t <f   t.inhur  uu     (lie  ��������� ' ,   i i      *,'.i.���������  -i "���������"������������������������!,��������� Wen tiuaru.r oi >-ff;iion til,  ,ntn<-!v I-.,-   'Huh wn.. th. un-.M j ,��������� imw UUxwl Xa,u���������fM, ���������;,.,;,,,  |) ri-i!s-.,,i ui":wi'\ evi.*i    ^*i\tu !.>      r.<o y������*;M-. will l������  ii'iowi-d f.������r tl.o!  'i ���������' v.ori.' -li.iiiM '"t hark !u th'- U'io..\ul <A InH liiul'i- .  .y\ .-���������...:..,,,',-wvon*i..kiHH..t ...,',r:',-,������!:,"1,,( C,,i,,,l!;1:,;'ls  1 ' \ n; ot'.H, U, C. Ilt-H) U'-'io  initiutes.,    Thu price U so   low  that anvono  'ih cimbled tu be eon-  vinced of ils real nature,    It is in  deed an article which   is held .in  hifrh   I'Biouin   hy   any   Christian  I'uiiily or* person,    The shining  Cr-iss irt 'mule of a stone whie't ii  I!-mid only netir lienii'iili'iii,  and  of wliich the I3il������lc speaks as the  LU MINUS STONKin picturing  Solomoii'ti Teinple, Prices are:���������  15 ecuta each;   li for 2f> oents;   -r>  for HO cents; 12 for $1.00.  A. NBTKOW  HJJ3 Yonge St. Toronto, Out.  Solo'Agent fur Camilla and   U. b\  MOT ICE is hereby given that, the List  li of; Voters 'for -the*. Comox "Electoral District has been Cancelled, and that, application to bc placed on the* Voters' List will  be received at my ' office at Cumberland,  where printed forms of affidavit to be used  in support,of air application to vote will be  supplied, The list of persons .claiming to  vote will be suspended from and after the  7fh clay of April, -191,3, ancl a Court of Revision will be held on the 19th day of  May, and notice of objections to the insertion of any names on the Register of Voters must be given to mc thirty clear  days before the holding of the Court of  Revision.  Dated this 3rd day of March,  1913.  JGMN  BAIRD  Kt'oistrarof Voters Comox Electoral District  itiiitiiitiiiiuniiuiiiiuiiiiiti'iiiiiiiniHiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitnriiiniittiRitiiiinniiiini^iniiiuit  ..vj|||!|||||ii:!ll!-)i!il!ll!lll!|l!!li!lliil!lli!!l:lllii;i;!ilill,l!i:i!!!lii:!!l)!llll!l!W  Q' Capital Piid Up $11,500,000. Eoserve.$ 12.500,000- ij \  |   The Royal Bank of Canada,   \\  J DRAFTS -lS-aUKD'IN   ANY    CUllUKNCY,' PAYABLE, ALL' j  I'      " "'O.^Bli' *THB:   \yOKLlJ. -    ' -X    '.       ���������. ���������. \  I SPECIAL ATi'KNTION |mi'l,io HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & inlereu j  H ut highest  Current Ua'.es nTnAvid on I't-poi-iis uf JManil 'iipivajda.., t-j  I OTJMBJEKL'ANr, B. 0., Biunch, Open Dnily,                         j|  i UNION WHAIi-F, B. C.,, Sub-Brach, Opon Thui-Bdaye  I D. M. MORRISON, Manrioer.  K  "COURTENAY,   H,'. 0*,    Bfanch,   Open Daily;  "I        , WM. HOFF, Manager., ,  %/7,lllttlllllllllUt;illltllltllilllll!llllllllillltllil!tltl!������<ll>l!ll"lllll!ll''l>l|ll|l>l|<^  na.mumi inii������i���������ifi������ iii,r--'t-nni-||T-r-  .i -.  !  mjmMX*.-LrmHm%xv.-2ii.^a, tf^riittfur^.-auw���������,  :������  ������������������I  I  P. PHiLLiPr3s Harrison  1        ���������       i   ~  ' '        i  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  CONVEYANCING  IS  $        NOTARY   PUBLIC  r  CUMBERLAND,  J    DUNSMUIR- AVENUE  3  ._  IT-l 1*~" ���������"��������� ���������!���������! 'II II "II" T" "1   ���������"~*"��������� "���������-���������  bj"  amMMiMJittM-ti iimiiji  Manufacturer of MIHBEAL WATEB [  n*m**������'*mw*m mMMn'iisM  P, 0. BOX 482  PHONE 00,,..  CUMBERLAND ]���������  *awm**mm*������wm*mmt -cin i*-.ia>^*������t*-������i���������������-������ '������������������" .-^.-.-^w-*-���������-.-^-r������������������^->������������������..^���������...���������,^���������_������-. .,..,   ���������_���������.._  If YOU GET IT AT PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  'MM I'lCIt PtLK NV. WM.  Don't Read This!  Unless ifc Qoneer-ns You.  513? COMOX CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY ^ ������1,  Ox Beef BEST QUALITY ONLY Daily Fed Pork   srKclALS THIS WKKK   l!>.,P<'qu-ini:<-������n-Mi.������,i*...ki-.������sni- -i ll������  IMa-MnAHi'iiil y. I^iud' $J Od  ll i.l .** ii!..l.'ii-l lUo.nn t-,-ni p r Ib  ('(������' r t������ Jior ������������clc ,. -  I .fu  nounu-tiWdhbitt Vtcon ...    .'Jbo,or|b  Unulioh ������ h t.\ lurMjui   l.U  Wry M,'tt l*-t+i\ Af*i.:'������ . tl <& I"* l-O"  Ibblm*. Vnu'; i������'.r ll       .. f������i  H.niH.IUi t i,hu,'Hv afuiiorlli ,Jl������lb.t, V.n h,lowo-f nuoUo: ,.....-   Sif������.-������"������*".:.-i-*fT*������ &  Orders by Phone Promptly Attended to. Phone 25  0%  The 'Deiigkts of Cycling  b  Aro nguin biouj/lit vividly to mind by ilio udvo'nt of  Kprina nnd luiglil MUit-iii'iit*. Wo Iiiivu \\o\du yvoul junji-  nrntionsi to onp-j wllh the Spflnji Cyuo hiiflin(!i-p, nnd  riimli-y'*- will ho lho hopl pl������������c������ nl whitMi lo huy yonr cyclo  w linilm" yo.i cotifidor vnrinty. of r-honf-, irMnhlllfy of iltn  iiifXcdiinoH i������r Hio noliml vniii" (i(TtciI Ifyou (unnoi iif-  f'lrd rt nniv nm -hint*, wo v,i \ K-nov.tlo ymir old wlu'id to  tha very bent ndvntitufro nt tho Jo-vost po������"i-ibln cohl  TH03. PLIMLEY  ���������739 VATI38 STRfiET VIOTORIA, B. C f  immCtWutr.  Z~Z'.*"$?>Ptr*f'. ���������"���������---*--.-t*������km*A������^ii^^ummtKiMatj^u^^^.^:. .^.t.,

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