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 ^���������"���������i-i/y  -   . / ���������-^/-.:-J.  'r.-  :,f-  y:  tt ������  A Journal Devoted Bspecli^iy-, to the Interests of Comox District  ���������T:ie.;Nbws, Twentieth-Yea&v  ^CUMBERLAND^BX'Cm1 WEDNESDAY, MA.UCL1 5,   1913  SUBSCRIPTION $I?OOA YKAK  <^<_������V*C5V* *-*-?--������v,,i*^S3 ���������j^-^v^^^'*^  *  *  ARRiyiNG EVERY  .BO&j-'fiP^P-^tf-Ex-  cepti6i*-;al? ,y aides'ire almost ;EVei-y I_ii?e.A.  ,j  SPECIAL PRIGES  VJ ON ALL,OCR WINTER LINES,  'j'"  VISIT   our "Grocery   Department;  .7. .. it as stocked with,������������������*: nothing -but  '���������;.....'   the Freshest of;New Groceries.,  ^Griye'^s a;Trial;Order [''yr'-Y  SatisfWctidii Guaranteed..  SIMON LEISER & Cb., LD.  The Ladies Held Big Banquet on  Last Tliiiradrty Evening in K\'  . ofP; Hall; in.Uonbrot A.  Provincial -.Deputy,. J,./ ;  Dora Jackson, And Her  -Sister, Georgia*     . \  *��������� **���������-***-���������������--__* t'\,  Cumberland Hive, the .Ladies  of the Maccabees of the World  held their regular Review on  Thurseay evening,- February-27th  The Hive' had for"visitors' the1  Provincial .Deputy Commander L.  Dora Jackson A aimV. her/ sister,-,  Georgia Jackson, '", J,  Tlie large membership.-present  enjoyed the beautiful installation  work. The officers.'for-; 1913  were ' installed by, the . Provincial  Deputy, assisted.by :,the Lady pf  Ceremonies arid the Hive guard  team. Tbe now officers now guiii  int*; the destinies of the Hivo: ex-  pressa themsulv.es" determined'? to  keep it that.progressive llive it  has been. known' in the past,..' *- .  ..'���������Tlie following officers, wertf-in-  stalled":, '' ;,--' 7'* "-���������-���������'."V--^ '. '  Lady Commander, .'.-Mary-.Hudson  Lieut-Coin.���������..', Florence Parkinson  .Past-Co!n.i.-..-.-r^^.v->-Elleiir;Glark-  i-  .j.  fy<*ifo~^%/������f%f������sO* a-*-^---"-*""**^^  Tmgedy at  /?'  k  ft.  I  Burglar Shoots And Kills Provincial Policeman 'At  Union Bay  Union Bay? March ��������� ^���������-Bet-ween 12.30 and i o'clock , this  wonting an attempt \vtu> mado to  rob. Eraser & Bishop's Store here  but.was frustrated by Coustabios  Ross nud Wustway, at .the cost of  theJattur'B life. Tliey had noticed the arrivaljdf a gasoline launch  named the -'Spray,'? shortly af  tor midnight, and ou watching  tjte movements of the party of  three which came ashore, saw  that,their attention was directed  to the store, nnd oue of the three  effected an entrance and was immediately followed by the con-  1 stables, Ross being in the front,  with Weataway - following, The  burglar/, whose naino is not  -known-* then drew a 44 Colts revolver and fired, the bullet just  grazing lloss passed through  W.e-fllaway's tight, aide, cauMng  n1mn������-t. inqr-int death. P���������os5 in;  mediately closed with the burglar, and after a desperate struggle, which lasted for twenty  miuutcs, Ross although -severely  bruised, maiinged to get the gunman safely locked up. The store  looked like a, shambles after the  struggle, blood being cvetywhere.  Prom photos atid identification  marks in the hands of the police,  it appears that this same party  robbed thi* store About three  years ago, nnd is wanted iu the  Slates on several charges. The  captured burglut is u Gornnu-  Antcricatit aged nbo.it 4^, height  D ft. 8 inches, durk brown ^ hair, | Tuesday eve-dug, February -1th;  blue eyes, weight about 175 lbs,  stooped shoulders., A preliminary  examination was held today a,nd  the authorities believe that they  have made a capture in the shape  oithe "'Flying .Dutchman,'' who  is much wanted and with a re  ward in the State of Washington.  Constable Ross is .to be highly  commended for his bravery in  attacking this armed desperado,  not knowing but he might share  the fate , of his companion. It  was au act that bears out the  best traditions of our provincial  polico.���������Ed.  ��������� ��������� ���������  Cumberland News.  Tlm following account of the  burglary has boon received from  Messrs Frasor & Bishop, Union  Bay:  He phouo nii'Bsngo'lo day���������At  12,80 a.ui��������� this morning, a sori  oiis shooting affair occurred at  tho Bay here, in tho store occupl  od by Fraeer & Bishop. " Upon  two special, constables coming on  dury to inspect the premises they  overheard a noise in the store and  wore confronted witli a burglar,  whose real namo io not at present  known. Uo had with him a gun  and llred at Constable Ross, wit  missed him and tho shot entered  Constable Hurry Wostaway, cm p.  posed to bo n nativo of, i\ B, I,  wiih Ihu iot,u]\ llitil lie died within n short time 'ilionvaixltj  A elmrn and severe Btrugglo  then onsued between Coustuule  Ross and the burglar, By this  timr-i bf������!p hid arrived and the  capture of lho burglar was effect-  ed, It is supposed that tin're  were three men in all, who came  with the intention of robbing tho  store. Thoy landed at the old  pier, cluso to tho Government  wharf with a motor launch. Tlm  launch win found down south of  the old pier this a, m. So !m\ no  moro arrurUs have boon made.  Tho inquest is, wo believe, to  beheld to-morrow, Wednesday.  'Nolo���������Tho abovo communication wh- received al Ibis office* on  Finance Auditor,/.Clara Gillespie  Record, Keeper,* Minnie Ilorbury  Chaplain...... Elizabeth Horbury  Lady-At-Arms..'. ... .Mabel Coe  {Sergeant...-.���������.'.������������ .<-.,.. Marthaf Coe  Sentinel YY.... /. ���������   . Ellen Milltu-  Pieket  Emma^Aspesy  Capt/of Guard.. .Emiiia Segrave  Color Bearerl..;. Priscilla Putter  Color Bearer2. .Eupheruia Brown  'i  *  Lady Cdminandor Clark, in the  name of the Hive,' welcomed the  visitors, In response, Miss Jackson explained the progress of the  Order, its aims and objects,. ��������� She  was pleased to seo so many ladies  present, members of Cumborland  Hive, one of the representative  Hives of tho most wonderful wo-,  man's organization in the world.  Tho Ladies of the Maccabees of  the World has tho proud destine-  tion of being tho largest Fraternal  Beneficiary Organization���������exclusively of women���������in tho world.  October 1st, 1802, mado the dato  of this great Order's founding.  Since that time it has grown to a  mombership of nearly 170,000,  has paid into tlie homes of its  members, as protection, over  #10,000,000 emergency fund, in-  toroHt bearing honda, for tho protection of its mumbui'B, which  gives to them a warm feeling of  gladness for their homos aro pro-  tooted in an Order that is founded  to enduro, It gives to its members safe protection, at cost, nnd  within reach of every woman, The  great sign of the Order makos  for stability. Its fraternal and  social priviloges arc unrivalled for  it" territory In the world.  " ���������        1  AiW tlio rog'-hu' eiobiug, tin:  Ladies woro all invited to the banquet hall; a most pleasing picture  greeted you; a tablo laden with  good things, tho table beautifully  decoratod with blooming potted  plantB and tho Order's color?,  black, rodnndwhtyo. Soatod at  the tablo happy faces' smiled back  nt yon whichever way you turned.  'Perfect harmony prevailed,  l/idy Minnie Ilorbury voiced a  vote of thanks from Cumberladd  Hive, to tho vibjtors, ior their vis  it and urthihtmico in tbe ritualistic  work. Miflb Jackson ruspoudud  Continued on Stb pago.  City.Fathers  .Meet ,In Regular  Session On Last Monday  *.." ' '      , Evening  The City Council met in  regular session on  Monday evening,  there being   presout   Aid.* Coe,  Miller, Beveridge, Richards, As  pesi and the mayor.  The minutes of previous meeting were read aud adopted.  Communication was received  fromD. Pickles', Den man Island,  .enquiring about a mare .'the' city  has for sale.   * ". .  . Communication was received  from the Provincial Secretary re  the. appointment" of Alderman  Coe and John P; Watson, as,-'Police'Commissioners, and. Alderman Maxwell aiid D. R. Mac-  Donald as License Commissioners". J ".      . .    ' ,   ��������� ,    "'  o  -, "Fire Chief Banks presented  ;a list of his . officers '���������and, uieu.  Aid', Beveridge asked nf a public meetingJhad- been called to  elect'eameV'; asvho 'noticed .the  names of several on- the list,  oyhoAhave-been-absieut���������from���������the  city for;;,'some, time, - Ou being  answered in .the negative, U was  regularly moved, seconded *, aii'd  carried, that tlie list' be referred  back,, witli a request that a meet  itfg--be*heldj,\a'nd bulyrtliose-within the city limits be members of  the'fire brigade... y'���������.-  *,-. 1-,',    *-**���������    -��������� -      ���������    .*      .  ' Constable Gray's report: ,  Scavenger,*#100 ob) Police Court,  406,00; Hall Rent, 40.00.  ���������Provincial Police Court fines  for mouth,of*January received by  the city $58,00. -     "  "  Accounts:���������E.'W; Bicklc $7.50  D. Kilpairick, 5.56;  His Worship aud Aldermau  Beveridge reported on' their miss-  ion to Victoria, re financial assistance for our schools, aud  spoke iu glowing terms. pf the  untiring efforts of Mr. Maiison,  our locul M. P. P��������� in their be-  half.  Clerk reported that city treas  ury was depleted, nnd lhat Si000  was needed to. pay salaries, bills  otc The major aud clerk were  empowered to arrange with tho  bank for au overdraft - to pay  same.  The school estimates as amend  ed, for 1913 wete   received   nnd  filed.  Board of Works reported that  they would get busy next week.  Aid. Richards moved second,  ed by Aid. Miller, that tho Colliery Company be asked through  'ALIFORNIAN  EVAPORATED  0  5*3!  THESE'ARE COMING IN  FRESH   :A,ND :   PLUMP  "'   ��������� now, and they-are very aceep-  ., able, as the .home-made sup  '. ply is apt to be getting low, ���������  These Fruits are arc hard to handle in   the hot  , weather, but just now  We * Can - Specially ' Recommend Them.    Sold by, tbe" pound or by the  box of 251b   Ask for our quotations'by the box.'  ��������� ���������;. ," '   i*m^^^^^w"    ;'.*".������������������'  Prunes, Peaches," Apricots,, Figs*  Also Pie Fruit in Gallon Tins.  Give Us a Trial, Order For These Goods." *'    ���������  THE CORNER STORE  Phone IO. Box 100. pumberlandrB, C.  -o-  Macfartane Bros.  Superiutendeur Lockard, forsufV  ficient free "ravel' to grade Dunsniuir Avenue, aud that, a committee be appointed to interview  'M rrtockafd"==EHrT i eolTT    7"     "  ' Council adjourned."'���������*-���������  rsza  A good number-of the Cum  berland miners, not under matrimonial - ties,- have since the  strike bc-gaii, occupied' the shacks  used as 'summer- residences on the  beach "at 'Roys'*.oii. Having no  rcftf to pay,, and gettiiig timber  for'fuel for.the labor of sawing,  they seem to be -having a good  time, duck- shooting���������mallards',  which are excellent eating,, and  trolling for spring, salmon, these  are also good eating. The- '#4 a  week they get from the union  suffices for the baker, grocer,  tobacco and just one night cap  before retiring for the night.  What more could one wish for ?  ���������Couitenny Review.  -   The clause in the bill  iimend,,  ing .the "Publib".1 Schools,    Act  which required  that.-. a"!l .-silting  school trustees uot   possessi-d" of, "  -th e-ii ecessa r-y���������p rop er t y-q u a Hfiva-j"7^-  tfdnssbould vacate .-their   oHice-,.  on tlie parsing  of   the   act'   has;  .been eliminated fioin the niensure.'  *  Under an amendment inscried in  the bill in . committee -'of the  L-gi-'latufe-it" 5isvprovided, that  the' property.'.qual,ificatiou for/  school'trustee shall apply': only  to such trustees as are eleo-ed af-,  ter the passing ol the ace.  With the arrival of the warm  spring weather of the past week  the peoplo ol: Vancouver have  apparently to some'extent forgotten lhe alleged trouble that they  had iu securing coal during tlie  colder spells of the 'winter, for at  the first Hitting of the conl -coin-  mission appointed to enquire into the question, held in lho Progress Club chambers this morn:  ing, not one of the representatives of the people attended.���������  Province, 26II1.  '��������� Up lo the present time, the  herring catch for the season at,  Nanaimo is 12,000...toiia, 'valued  at $300,000.  ' Dr, Kerrlofl for liis home nt  Victoria ou Tuesday. He expects to return here about the  'first of May.  Mr. J. P. Watson and \m  daughter, Grace, left on Saturday for Pictou, Nova Stolid,  T'hey expect-to bo'away two or  three months,  Comox di.-uiaU'd Cumborland nl  hni-l'ct ball played at Comox nn  Ti os-duy ninht by a hcoio of !JS tu  8. Our boys must havo been up  in tho air.  The provincial voters list wus  cancelled on March 3rd, and  you mu-H re register not later  than April 7th, if you want 11  vote in either the Provincial or  Dominion elections. Hear this  Juct iu mind. Il is-up to you,,  and don't-kick  if through your  negligence your name is   ������������������������������������'���������  <������u  tho \hl.  Tho Colliery Company have  had recently delivered here, a  fine new locomotive. It's a  daudv, whistle and all.  amfflamattn^jnrai^^  \s*\*J*t -^#... "���������������������������A*. A������  EiilhrPiiinH^  Wm  WK HAVE JUST OPENED OUT it*Hliipinunt of New bhubroicleriew and Uces  etc. Tho run go wo aro i-.howint*1 this t-eahon beinir in iidvuir-i' cf nny previous ones.UEvery piece new and a seh������ction of patterns' and qualities that show  good judgment,   See tliono.  SICIKTINO AND Kl.OtlNCING FROM fiOe TO #1.75  J'iX������JjU������IVR i'ATTKHNH  IN  ('OKSIir UOVBR EMnttOIDKI-SY   AND  MHAr'lMXO .  Hl������inKfl tn All Wl.lflm -with   Tn inllont fn ,M,f li.  SPKOIAL NOVKl.Tim i'i AH-Ovur Uneoi id WImIo, niirno,  tint] lllmils nnd Funny iW'ki I'ionB.  A Coin^lotc Rj-is-c i;t All Widlhs of Vd!cnun������esf Toitlton.s, Cluny and Cban.liily Laces.  Sec Our New Lines in Ltoca Costumes Cloth. f\nr    ^  \/H  They coins i.i Natural, Sky, Champagne, Reseda elc. UUl.  d yil,  %  CAMPBELLS  B5?t4ars3B_aDsa_^^ THE NEWS, CmffiEttUAND, B. a'  * a1******aamt'M  IN THE  BALANCE  By L 6, MOBERLY  Author at  "Dan ���������nd An-jthor," "A Tuntl****  Wofc,"'   "Bin cf Allwm DMr-  Ing," ate, ttc.  WARD, LOOK *\ CO- LIMITED  Lwddfit Malbaama ami  (Continued)  " Hoi* few commonplace sentencas  ended, Dorothy stood fov a moment beside* Uio liod, silently lliiisorlng tlio  ureal crimson rose at her bolt; thoa  us {Making her courugo into her two  hands, sho said suddenly���������-  Miles, will you tell me why you  don't want, to get well'.' Why..are yon  not trying to got well?   *��������� ,   *  Not trying? Not wanting? he fallowed; his eyes looking, unywhero but a',  his-wife's1 lovely face. What makes  you think that I���������  'That you don't really want to live?  , You-show It-so plainly, Miles. You���������  aren't making any effort *<o got hoA-  ter., 1 believe, she dropped lo her  knees by. tho l.edslde. ' I believe ���������  you are purr-', "ily setting iour wiil  r-.jralnst gettl.iu* utter.  Miles'white face flusliel darkly and  he turned hu head a,Utile avay from  her.  lt would be wiser if I did not get.  better, lie sai-J. A3 I lay here, I have  had time to think.* I know now I am  not justified "ui getting well. His  mouth set' Itself firmly, his eyes suddenly faced her, and though they were  sunken -and weary, they shone with  detel-mintlon. t        .-.-���������'  Not'justified--in���������getting Well    for  -my sake?-she whispered breathlessly,*  bringing out her words in little jerks,  and smoothing his coverlet with restless, nervous touch.  For'your sake? Tho sick man  edged nearer to her, his hand closed  over her restlessly moving lingers.  \Vliy do you say that, Dorothy,' when  it is only for your sake that I know-1  ���������ought to die.   .,''.. ���������"'���������*.  I don't agree with,you. Dorothy's  voice shook, '.hough she tried to speak  lightly, .and sho laughed a little happy  laugh as Miles' hand tightened on  hers.' If it is all the samo to yoi,  "she suddenly lifted her eyes and looked full Into his.- I would*rather you  lived for my sake���������because���������-  -  Because���������why?   -Miles had drawn  himself quite to~The edge "ol thxrbed;  his face was very near to her.down-  ���������bent head, the pressure bf his hand  was' sending littlo, thrills, of* ecstasy'  through her veins. Because���������why?  he repeated, his voice like a caress.  Because,. she whispered the words  so that they were barely audible, be-  causc���������I want you Miles;. I can't do  without you.' *   You are all my world,  Sheer amazement kept him dumb  for a moment; (hen he drew, hor face  close against his, and kissed her lips  saying huskily���������-  Do you moan���������that you, have learnt  lo caro for mb���������my wife? What has  ma*."..** you care?..  All the days of. suspense before-  all theso days of anxiety now���������havo  iaught mo how much 1 care, she murmured stroking his face tenderly. I  care so much���������becausb 1 havo found���������  lho best to cave for, , We needs must  love Ihe highest when wo 'seo it, and  ���������] love you -oh! Miles, my "dear, my  dear, I never knew beforo what real  lovo meant unci now I know���������I know.  came tho cheery sounds of tho ward.  Some'of. the aching-pain about Dyne-  court's heart grew less, and he smiled,  '���������i'wanted to hear you say that,,ho  exclaimed abruptly. I knew you  would say; I,am*glad, aud I havo como  to tell you my news before anybody  else. - , . ���������  How good i.f you! How vory good ol  you! ��������� Clare's face grew rosy. ��������� And  I -un really and truly glad ��������� about tho  appointment, though lt Is only just  what you doaorve. The new operation has mado you.    ���������  Yes, tho new operation has made  (,nie.- Uis volco sounded flat andllf'*)--  ��������� loss, -1 boliovo 1 am on tho high  road to all 1 over dreamt, about���������fame,  fortune���������the wholo show. And they,  havo como too late, he ended under'  his breath, his tired faco turning  awny,;from hor, his eyes looking drciw-  Ily out across tho garden.  Why do you say too l,ale? Clare  asked gently.  .Because, how that 1 have allalno'l  my ambition, now that everything 1  worked for Is coming to me, 1���������am  by myself. Nobody cares whether I  succeed or fall; nobody wants me or  my ambitions, 1 onco had dreams of  a home liko other men, you know, ho  added, almost shamefacedly, under his  breath.  Bul���������I am hindering you, he wont  on quickly before she could speak,  You wero going out. You don't look  like yourself out of .uniform, and his  eyes scanned her slight form, no longer dressed Jn nurse's garb; but in a  soft brown gown that somehow suited  the brown of her eyes, whilst tho ostrich feather that, lay against her hair  seemed fitly lo haynoniso with its  chestnut tints.,  You havo caught me In what we  hospital peoplo call' worldly clothes,  sho. answered laughing gaily, and I  am going to tlie Academy to see'Dick's  picturo. ' I couldn't go to the private  view, and I hear my lovely little sister-in-law's 'Nausicaa' is tho talk of  Loudon.' Wliy don't you* .come1'and  see it too? she added looking into his  his face with eyes that vainly strove  to hide their tender sympathy;.  Shall I? I'm free this afternoon,  his voice was eager; if lt wouldn't  bore you to have , a kind of kill joy  like me, I should be thankful to-come.  I .shan't take you If you talk in that  absurd yay, Clare answered lightly.  You and I luwc always beeivgood com-  -rades and-my idea of a comrade* is  somebody who takes one in all one's  humors and makes the best of thom.  .For heller���������for worse, Dynecourt  quoted dreamily, and'' Clare . turned  away abruptly to pick up her gloves,  the color*wavering'over her.,face in a  way Oliver suddenly realised was very  becoming as he followed her out of.  the ward'into the street.'  -.   .  r"don't���������OTIrn~I_ev"er_i<sn i secFBef or?  CORDED  A  CROCODILE  WANTED TO  DIE IN  PEACE  Turning a Greedy Water evil Into a  Trussed'up Mummy    -  It is. known that a crocodile will  sometimes leave a rlvei* stocked with  food, explore for-miles an unsuitable  Jributary, then wander-Inland until lt  flnd3 a pool.'  In this way threo crocodiles ono*)  found th,eir way to Talplng lake, In  tho Malay peninsula. So long as tltey  confined their attention to the fish and  an--, occasional .duck no ono objected  to* their presence, but when one of*  them began to lake sheep off tho bank  as they came down to drink It was  felt that the saurlans ought to be* exterminated, and an Englishman and  his servant made tho attempt.  Obtaining a dugout, they paddled  into deep water." The servant was  already barefooted and tho Englishman himself took ott his shoes and  stockings so that his bare feet might  havo ns good a hold a3 posslble'bn th.9  smooth bottom of the canoe. ,A bait  was attached lo-a'iicavy rattan^and  soon a tug and a plunge lndicaLe'd'that  the crocodllo was fast to.one end. Im-  mediately the canoo began to move  through the water, After' a protracted struggle lho Englishman managed to get tfco crocodile within a few  yards of tho canoe... At ono moment  the opon jaws would nurgo out of the  brol-cn water and snap together in  unpleasant 'proximity ' to , the men's  legs; the next moment the heavy"tail  would swing free, of tho ' water and  with the weight ot availing polo would  hit the sido of tho canoe a blow that  made lt shiver.  As the crocodile surged close to the.  canoe and tho open mouth appeared  above the water, the servant sllppol  a noose of btout cord over the upper  jaw and pulled it tight some six'inches  behind the point of its nostrils. Then  with a quick turn*, of the wrist, he  slipped lho, slack of the cord round  under the lower jaw. He drew the  cord tight, and tho ."teeth of,each jaw  pressed home into the sockets of the  other. The servant-.now grasped the  point" of the long, narrow head with  one hand and with the other rapidly  wound the cord round ��������� the clinched  mouth.  Another noose was slipped over a  foro leg. It pulled ,the leg-up to  the animal's side.* The servant slip-'  pedthe line over the'creature's back  and caught up the other fore leg.  Then he noosed and tied together the  hind legs.        .    ,,4     .'���������  .   '  *, *'  " The effect he had achieved was wonderful. In,.a few minutes, he had  transformed a ravening water devil  into a trussed up mummy, and his  only weapon had. been three pieces  of-box cord.*- -'   ' *       ������������������ ���������-*  Tho beast was afterwards dispatched, and the servant received tha  government  reward.'*'    *.* ,*   '   ���������  ���������  Riddles Him With 'Revolver Bullets  on Account of His* Violent -���������**;���������  ,��������� J',*-*   ;       -.'���������'   Temper'   ���������,���������*������������������ '���������.'*-���������  ,   -'  ' In Paris,* it cabinetmaker."'"who   is  named Francois- Dolanie - has   been  killed*by his wife, a woman suffering  from tuberculosis, because, as sho declares, his violent-temper* prevented  her.-from dying in peace., .'  , The woman Dclarue, whose case had  become hopeless, has for tho last few  months been confined to bed.  ���������Repeated violent disputes arose between hor and her husband, who complained that ills mother-in-law, whose  services had been requisitioned when  the wife was no longer able to attend  to her household   duties,   ueglected  lilm.    ������������������> ��������� <,   7  Whon"Dolarue found that hia supper wns not, prepared, thoro was another violent, scene.  During the night the mother-in-law  was awakened by leud reports followed by frantic cries emanating from th.9  sick woman's bed,"'  Delarue's dead body, riddled wllh  bullets, was then found lying by the  sido of his wife, who had fired at him  four times with' a revolver.  cTho woman, who'is semidellrloua  from excitement, is,.not expected to  live viany days. No proceedings of  any kind -will therefore, bo Instituted against her.*  Dread of Atthma makes countless  thousands miserable. -Night after  night the attacks return and oven  when brief respite Is given tho' mind  is still ln torment from continual anticipation. Dr. J. D. Kellogg'B  Asthma'Rem-fCy changes all this. Relief comes, and at once, while future  attacks are-warded off, leaving tho afflicted one'in a state of peace and happiness he once believed he could.novcr  enjoy. Inexpensive and sold almost  everywhere.   '   **'..''���������  How Artificial Furs are Made  Tho'raw pieces of pelt are frozen  and ..the- skin , carefully shaved' off,  thawed ancl sen"*, to the tanneries to  bo made into leather/. The frozen  fur which remains Is allowed to thaw  slightly nt the bottom, so that a small  par*; of the hair is freed from ice,  This thawed portion Is then-covered  with a solution of rubber, which !s  allowed ,lo set. ...  Tho result is that; large seamless  pieces of to-: > are obtained much  cheaper than thoso which conic with  the natural skin, These same artificial furs aro said to bo moro lasting  than tho real, boeauso they are lm-  muno from tho attacks of mollis.  .1 had been driving all day in a re.  nioLrpnrt of,southern Georgia and ut  nightfall stopped nt a cibin occupied  by ono man. * Ilo was very cordlnl  and asked mo to spend tho night with  him. When wa sat down .-to supper  I was somewhat disturbed to observe  that the" meal consisted of a single  largo .dish of potatoes. Without  apology tho man,' with a, wave of his  hand toward th3 dish, said in a loud,  hearty voice: ' ���������   "'���������'  -, Stranger, take one I  .. ITo paused a moment ahd continued  In a still louder tone,, ,  ��������� Stranger, .take two!." ���������    ' *  - Another pau'so, and then ever louder, and more earnestly:     "  Stranger, take mighty near all of  thom!   ,   .   ���������    .'*���������       ���������   , '  - ,  CITAPTEU XXX -  You have always been interested In  my work; 1 want to tell you thai, they  have mndo mo assistant surgeon here,  Oh* 1 am so tlad���������so very glnd!  Clare put out hor hands to Oliver  Dynecourt with nn impulsive gesture  of delight, and as Oliver looked Into  lior -ryes some of (ha sadness of his  own face rol.ixed, Tho May sunlight  (���������bono Inlo her small sltllng-room  against tho blue sky of May tho (roes  In tho hospital garden showed daintily lireeu; through Lhe half opon door  Itched So Kept from Sleeping-.'  Passed tho Nights Scratciing,  Cuticura Sonp and Cuticura Ointment, Stopped tho Itching at  Onco and Entirely Curod. *.  flO Uni Avo,, VIlio Knitird, Montreal, Quit*.  ���������"My troublo Marled wllh hhi ull plnuiUu  on my lihiiils, v-hluh Itched wi tliutlt kept  mn from Rlonplnn, and I pussod tlio iiIrIiW  i-mro'elilni* ll, 1 did not know wlmt to do  wllh myiw-ir. 1 liiii'iimo ho dl.wmirai!Bd tliat*  I did not havo lho lmart to do my work.  My hands woro nil eovnri-il wllh llltli) walcry  pimples. For throo v/ook'j I had my bund**  diiiio wil to I.... |i lm-.ii* i". W...J to.!,.'..!..;- 11'.'"  Veil, fur 1 (n-iifMl mvl ri'I'M-'Iipi! no llmt, I  mndn ilium all bloody on llm bed-board. 1  Iind RiilTor-id for llii'on ycti'.i llko Hits wlifui  1 jar- an fidwrtlwinont, I'-u* fitiili'ur.1 Ho-ip  mid (.'iiilcuru Ointment. 1 dorldod lo und  for I'timi'leM of Ilium,  -- i��������� ,,-.*>) r��������� t H>ci'lv,i| iV-m   I nnnlleil  Uio ���������f-uildira Oliitiimnt nnd ���������nn.-ilwd my  IiuihIh with ���������Rntl-'ura Nnsp nt nUlit licforn  ������nlni{ lo bod. Tlilu Klnjipod tlio Itrliliig at  owe, 1 conlluuod to uso th<*m, using not  fdillfi (wo boxer, of Cuticura, ointment with  (hn CutliHini Ho'ip, mid I wan nnllrely rurml.  My lniKbhiid bad a burn ou one of hli b.tndii,  i(������ *iLti!ni'."l It two uiit'.ii.t v.l.h Cuilcuriv  Alntmnit ami hai n>A fi-lt I', since,   VTo  llU\C K.'CJ-t ('Jill !"!1*"*- 111 -"'l-l-iir,-". *.".->!*��������� ''���������Ill  Oliituit'iit, ninl I rmsiiri) you I hlinll tell nil  who miffer villi tlio name dl-nw* about  tUm," (Hlgncd) Mrs, J'.'-Ktr HiR-rt, Hcc  W, ion. 4.  Ci'tlenr.t Mo-ip pi'd Oiil.li iinv Ointment urn  ���������"������������������I'I li)' tlnn-itMi "i-nl <!'..,!iti '������������������nry-ftlir"*.*!.  For n "I'-erri* fn i> ������-i'jipto rf e.icli, villi .'I!!������������������������.  \,wl, wild \io������lia:d lo 1'oltor 1 lr.!*/U(Jlicin.  Corp,, Vi'lit" *Jl->. JJoatou, U< ii, A.  what an extraordinary power there Is  In sheer beauty, Clare said*, when,  half an hour later, they stood side by  side before the picture of the year.  Betty is the loveliest, woman I ever  saw, aud one feels tho power of her  loveliness even in her picture.  ."Nausicaa."  Tbe joy of youth was,in her eyes, ���������  Tbe joy of lq,ve had made her wise,  She came to me from Paradise." ,   ��������� '  These were the words beneath Richard   Beyan's   great picture,  and  on  every side Clare-caught lho murmured  -question���������1-'  "Whose verso is It? 'Who was his  model? I never saw anything more  exquisite, '  I agree, Clare whispered.to.her companion; I never saw anything more  exquisite,1 excepting.the living woman  herself. .And it always seemt* to me  that Dick (-peaks the truth In his littlo  rhyme. Sho did como to him from  Paradlso. For a* while, Dynecourt  looked silently ot the, picture, whero  under apple trees, ln blossom, Nuns-  icaa stepped among the flower-sown  grass to meet; hor fate, Her faco  was dalntly colored as apple blooms  thut l'oll about her in a rosy shower;  tho blue aliy above her head was not  bluer than her eyes, tho Him himself  Boomed to have woven golden boam**  Into tlio shining glory of li cr hair, aad  In oyoB and smile nnd wr'coming gesture wns the light of newly-nwakenod  lovo, of a joy eho hi.'Bi-H' could not  wholly undcrBlniid,  KxfiulHllo, Bynocourt said,' lurnlng  nwny with.a littlo sigh. So~sho  camo 'from Paradise to him, and aro  lliey���������  In PiinidlHo together, Clnro answered with n soft lnugli, n dolidoiiH littlo  pnrndlflo of Uiolr own, In a corner of  iUiinsinoro Park, nnd they llvo Un  (sort, of lifo ono droiiiiiK nbout and  never oxpoola to boo fulfilled,  'Then four poopln In Iho world nn  happy, Dynocoui't mild brusquely,  Kniiioono told mo lho othor dny that  H:i' Mlloi*- and bin wlfo nro uu ideal  (���������oiijilf,     la thnt Inir*, loo?  Thoro wan 80*iiinlliliig Imrsh nnd  p,rnllii|{ In hia volco, hia eyon looked  nt her hungrily, almost aa If ho hopr-d  ulin would aiiBwei' In Iho nogutlvo,  I llilnk It Is I run, (llnro nnld, hor  liciirl nr.hli)g for lilm iik who said If,  Doroihy nnd Sir MIlos wont tlirouglv  ho much;  thoy dosurvo tholr hnppl-  IIOfiH,  Oh! yon, llioy iloHcrvo lt--ho hjioIco  billnrly, no doubt thoy do,  And you givo It to tlioui; Clnro put.  In imfily. They know,, wo all- know,  Ihnl you (-'avail liln life,  Oliver looked nt hor ngnln wllh n  Dllilllnil i-.fii.i.. tliii,,  i> '.j Ji,  Come onl 'of all (hie f>vo\vd, lie wild  hurriedly: (boy hud bt.i 11 llngored in  lho vlelnlly of Uornn'H plcluro. I  wnnt to Kct i wny from people, nnd  voIooh, nnd bIrIiIh. Ooiiio out of It  !ill--!nlo froali nlr, nnd tlio c.ounlvy  lhat,  C.lnri* fiinlled,  Of coiirec,  Bho  agroo with you,  -- The Beauty of a Clear Skin.���������The  'condition of the liver regulates the'  .condition- of the blood,. A disordered livor causes Impurities ih the blood  and these show themselves in blemishes on tho skin. * Parmelee's Vegetable Pills'in acting upon the liver'  act upon ilie blood and a.clear, healthy  skin will follow Intelligent use of this  standard .medicine. Ladles, who will  fully appreciate this prime ...quality'  of these pills', can use them'" with tho  certainty that the effect will be'most  gratifying. *���������  BAN ON BIG TRUNKS  Baggagemen  Wearied    of    Handling  Them as Big as Small Cottages  Railway baggage agent's In Canada  and tho United States have decldal  that tho long trunk must bo banned,  as far ns possiblo' from the baggage  car, ,. Tho Canadian agents havo received tho sanction of tho Dominion  Railway Commission to placo dlscrlm-  atory charges on all trunks moro than  forly-flvo inchos long,* and thoy are  waiting for the conceding of permission to" tho railways of tho Republic  to do likewise by the; United Stntoi  Railway Commission beforo putting  the new regulations'In force in Canada, ",���������--���������  For n long timo tho baggagemen  groaned nt tho constant ��������� encroachment of a part of tho travelling pubi  lie on lho sl������9 of bnggnge, and cons-*-  quontly on tho available space in tho  baggago enr, Tholr pallonco oo-  camo exhausted with tho Introduction  Into line of i'ii'.-*'huge wnrdrobo trunk,  ��������� t  And Micro was not a soul, to mourn  hln death,  Oh, well, thero may bo nomb tlifio,  How enn thoro bo?  MIb widow may nmrry ngalu.   ���������  A remarkable exhibition of courage  was given'at Round-Up, Mont.,, when  lialf a dozen men divested themselves  of their 'clothing, despite tho ��������� zero  weather and plunged into, the swift  Musselshell river in a vain attempt lo  rescue 6-year old Ada'Tomlins. Beforo the mon could reach her the child  was swept under tho ice. The men.  then hurriedly, dynamited'the Ice and  dived under the cakes,to recover th-3  body..  ' ��������� .   , * ...   -    -.;  J James the. Second, when Duke ol  York, made'a visit to Milton, the poet,  and asked him, among othor ��������� things  if he did not think tho loss of hia  sight a judgment upon.him for-what  ho had written against his'-' father,  Charles tho'First. " Milton answered,  If your highness thinks my; loss o*.  sight a judgment upon, me,'what-do  you think of your father losing' his  head'. .- ' * ���������     *,   '     i        .   *��������� '���������  W  As a vermicide there is no preparation that equals Mother Graves'<;Worm  .Exterminator';. -It has saved the lives  of countless children.     .   ,        J  , Many, growing girls in school  or business are frail���������delicate���������  anemic-r-lack energy and ambition and have thin blood. It is  all unnatural and unless checked  leads to serious and "chronic ills.j  Nourishment, not drugs, is the1  law of reason to build strength  ���������but when appetite is poor aiid  digestion weak, ordinary fopds^  do not nouri.sh-r-.lhen SCOTT'S  EMULSION is necessary,  SCOTT'S EMULSION overcomes just Guch conditions; its  v     tissue material enters  the blood without digestive effort and makes  it rich.    It tones the  whole,system and starts  t;. the bcalttiyiaction of;  cells throughout the!  )*ody.  ,   - Jmitationt art afttn  offered, but to tet reiulti'  . youmuit gtt SCOTT'S.  -  iTrMivMulc  -Scott a Bowne, Toronto, Ontario'  12-66  He���������If you women .dld^-get the rlg'at  to vote'you*couldn't in the. nature *o!  things keep it..  ���������   " * .  '"  7 ':���������  " She ��������� (indignantly)���������Why not, sir.?*..' '���������  ��������� He���������Because it IS a secret - ballot,''  you know. * ���������-'.  ���������Slim���������You've a* haro-worklng' wife.  -. Fat���������Yep,-an' I wish I had two or*  three more like hor! :.  $100'Reward, $1U0.    .  The rcviors of thla paprr wlll be pleaaed'to learn  that' tliero Is at leant ono drcruJeii disease that science  hns been ablo to'cire la nil Its Btnecs,* aud tbat Is  Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Curo Ir the only positive  euro now known tc^lho medial fraternity. Catarrh  bclnK t, cahmitutlon.-il rtlccasc, requires tt,' constitutional* treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, ncfri? directly upon the blood find mucous  Nirtaccs ol tho system, thereby destroying the  'oundntlon ot the disease, n.id kIvIiir the patient  strength by bulidln-; up the constitution and cMl-it- *  lug naturo hi dolni? Its work,' Tho,proprietors havo  ���������w-rauch-'alth'In-lls-curatlvc-poTers-th&t'.lhey^QBer,  Ono Hundred Dollars lor auy caso lhat It tails to  cure. Send for list of twMntcnlais ' '* '-  ' AdOreRS F. J. CHENEY & CO   Toledo, O.  .field by all DrugRlati, 7Bo.   ���������'      ��������� ���������  ��������� ���������  T*ke liall'j Family Pills lor tonstlpatlou.  Daddy'sBMime  o* ,  JStory-  Tho Sled Went Into  the Snowdrift,  Christmas Coasting, j  And How1  '."*��������� It Eniiled  1ACK aud Evelyn" bad'beon.having a glorious time with their, sleds. ���������   ' ������������������;'  ��������� ,'it's such heaps of fun", daddy. %\Ve wlsii you ,ivoul,(i_cbme;witJi ^is  TTMlieTt~trinT,"nuey'"sn idr  Gentle Reminder .   ^.  It was midnight. The man had en-'  .tered the house as quietly as possible,  His shoes made some noise..He had  just reached the door of the bedroom-  when ho hoard some ono moving ii^  tho bed as if .about to get up,*;and h?  paused,' The sound,of a woman's  voice floated to his ears.  *;lf you' don't >tako your boots off  when you ���������como into .this house, in  . said, there's going to ,bo trouble, and  a''whole Iot of lt. ' 'Here it's b<?en.  raining for. three .hours, and you.-flare'  lo tramp over my carpets with your  muddy boots on! . Qo downstairs and  tako,them off this minute!.  ���������' Ho' went downstairs without a word;  but ho, didn't tako off *hls boots. Instead ..he went strnlght out Into "the  night- again; and tho pal .who' .was  walling for lilm saw a tear, glisten.n  his eye,  .  I 'can't-.rob that house, ho said.   It  reminds mo of homo.  Mlnt-ril'*-:Liniment Curei'DlUtmitir^  ' t*)mm*mmB*mts*m-w*m***at������m*������*  ���������s   INSURED AGAINST TWINS  Mlnird'i Liniment Cur-u- Coldly Ao,'  TOMBS OF SAND  t)t     *> i    i} f  eaid   Bluntly,  A dny   llko  I  till!)  oiiRlit not lo lio wanted In London. T  only prlllcil to como lo ilio picture*'  liecniij-.* 1 liad n froo .'ifternonn, and  it s fe iv, ed a prolltiiMo wny of i-jiuudlnp  It by iiiyi-"lf.  (To bo Contlnuod)  W-  N-  U,  031  Two Mi,'bo,irno women nfler nnllnK  "bfifdltttf'H, Mm. Mary Ann Pi-topion,  ,t ^|ilo\; i.������i*J CO,.anil a yuuw womnn  uruwd .M:irui"f.a Horolliy Zlllinaiin,  who win t" D-t ninirlfd In three weeks,  hum. tiicil (run pdIpuii'iIiK ut Mui'K-iH  I'.iil:, lienr Wpnvlt'k (Qucen8lfiri,1),  Miis /lillinfiiui i-.'i:������-!v<*d (Uo ''hot'oliitej-  by pc-Bl in u box mnrKod sample.*;  '-iiiy.  Cope Cod'o Treacherous Slioalu and  tho Prey they Grip'   .  Socrolfl of tbo sands of Cupo Cod  two coimtniilly being disclosed by the  son. In Uio many Rtorm Melon that  flood lho doRolato bonolioa tlio hulks  of fltiuich Bliipfl lost nloug tlio coaBl  on lhe halt Hundred miles of hcnehcB  betwoou Monomoy nt Chntlmm nnd  Wood Kml at rrovlncol.own.'nro fro-  quontly exhumed from tombs,of Blind'  Somollmori a wrock * iipiu'om that  has been burlod a-cciitui'*-..or more, u*'  In tlio r,,A<n n ft .v yfiiir.* n^o of Uio  bonen of the niitlBh fvlgr.to Somorsnt  Vt'.Uir-c ilinbfvc'**if -nnlr vrovo Ai'-olnaot]  (n view bnck of Provlncetown,' nonr  Ihn lifo Bitvlng Rtiulon in Dead Man'a  Hollow, Tlio Somoiviot waa lout ,on  Peaked Illll .*nrs Nov. 2 or 3, 1778.  Onco a voasnl Is gripped by tlin  rm'iuls tho procesnof entombing hor  ,.0iji. on vith rrrent vnnldlty, Ihn era ft  appoarliiK to olnlc*. ntondlly in lho  yielding bench, All firound iho  doomed vcsuol tho sund villos up In  great drifts, llko nnov/. Every erav-  lco of tho hull 13 quickly filled. The  Blind I'Ikcb ln a solid bnrrlor oiiIrUIo  It nnd flown about It as lho tidoa flood  tho shelving benclic-a, rinally ' 11  swoop!! over tho wreck nnd iho pra-  k-hh of tnt.naibjr.g goes on until tho  entombed craft la covered mnny feet  deep. '  The eanipnnlk"'* of St. Mnrk and  PIr;i wero built or begun In lho toxmo  century-���������vl/, lhe twelfth., Tho lean-  \\\'A tower In 170 t"ot )il/*b nnd Rl font  8 inches in diameter, cylindrical In  form, lho nxterior fnllrely built o!  white innrblo nnd tin Interior of Ver.  ryca stone.  Woman Who    Gave    Birth' to   Two  Glrlo/Collecta $2000 From Germany-  . Nearly.nli of the lnsuranco compan-  Job who Ibbuo' policies to apprehensive,  ���������parents-against' the risk ot twInB, nro  liljplv to havo a oonsldorablo in'oroaBO'  In title branch -of tholr biiBlnesB ai  lho result of n-payment that has just  been made by a French company.  Fnlhor need no longer view with  concern tho problom of looking aftor  two children, whoro thoy would have  joyfully welcomed lho ndvont of one,  All twins now mny, both figuratively  and prnctloiilly speaking, ..bo worth  thoir weight In.gold,  Tho Insurance company referred to  ].ns -paid out no. lotna a iium than*  $2000 to a womnn who presented hor  lniRband wills' twin', tlnughtarB, - *  Bvldonlly. of a r-rncllcnl turn of  mind, tho womnn rooontly cntlod at  llto OIT1C-.1 \Sl..llio compnny-and asked  for a policy against tho risk of havliiu  Iwlnn', '      '"    ���������'���������'-���������    ',    ���������-���������  Tho mnnaser ngreed to tho woman a  pro'ponnl fnr n' monthly promhim of  $13, payable for six-month**,  A fow dnys ago tho Insurance company received a "card announcing, tlio  birth of twin daughters to tholr fair  .client. The nian'ngoV nt onco, dis-  jintfilird Ihn $2000 nnd ,n packet of  flwooliiieata to Uio mothor. " ,  Insurniico vrnpanlen ln Ungland In-  ohidod twlna. among tli-ajr. risks for  the first- time thi*-.' j������ui'. The risk  ot Iwlnn'iu fivovlded' nrcalnnt nt, B  KUlhrinB pt*r eent,- ' Another rlfllt U  agalnflt a son being born, thoroby prs-  Judlolng 'a third pcri-on'n titlo to cer-  tntn'.mouoy or landed eotntCB.  Pi-oarammc all \JAA Put  Wo women nro working for tho  right to proposo, '  And when you got it, what thon?  Tlien.woTi work to tako awny man'n  right to refuBo. ���������  flmllh Ho membor of veBted choir) j  ���������I hoar you'vo got iv now tonor In',  lhe choir,  * What kind of a volco lias  lic���������poodV.. ��������� ,  .Toiies-Qood? 1 slioulcl eay bo! It's  eo good tiono of tbo olbor tenorn will  pponk to lilm.  u"Ob, deur; I'm afraid.all the little folks.would laugh" to. see me with  ii'sled," said daddy. ���������' ������������������ -.'     ..".'.      -.'.'���������      ' ..'���������*";   ���������������������������-  .'   "When I wiis a small boy, though, I was jiist as fond of It as you two'are.  I tlioiigbt I should, never bo too old to enjoy, coasting down hill. ' ,  : "There wns a high-bill near our bouse,-tlint.all trio"boys.and.girls coasted  on. > It wns not very steep, and" the only danger was ot running-Into one an- -  other.' We were careful about tbat, for wo" knew it-any que got hurt our  parents would put a.Btop to our sport. One Ohrlstmns Santa brought nie! a  flub big Bled. 1 teased to go out with it, and on Christmas afternoon mother  lied her hood on my little sister aud said:  " 'Now, son-, give your little sister a ride ou your new sled.'; -.  "So I put Pollyiou tho sled* and started out.- I took her ..around ,1 lie block.  Slid laughed nnd clapped, her'hands mid-kept saying,''Come.up';Jiorsle,'. tH!*l ���������  ���������wns tired'of running. -   ���������''    ���������;���������''. -   ':      ������.  Y- "Then I.-thought I'd just'drawthe sled-over .toward lho hill and wo would .  watch the boys for nwhile..  ���������'-���������"Polly's eyes spnrklcd.   'Mo want to ride ouj hill!' Bho, cried. " . ^;'     ;'  '."Oh, you're, toi) little!'I replied.        Y. " '"'   '   ' ���������   -A. :.  ' ' "'Oh, give.her n-ride!' tho.boys cried, and up the bill 1,went.with the sled.  -Wo.went down with n flourish, anil'Polly wanted another ride."* So weconstetl.  again.   By this timo 1 wns excited, andwhen 1 tucked .Polly on thosled behind trio I did not get n good start.   Thero, were too raariy boys on the hill,  nntl, eager to-got down first, I steered the sled into tho middle of a.snowdrlft.  "Qf courso the sled upset, and all I could see of Polly wiis her new over-  (shoes sticking^straight up in the air.  . "We" soon flsbed hcrout orAtho drift/and the brave littlo thing scarcely  whimpered while wo wiped tho snow'oft ber fnco and shook Jt out *of her  clotliwi.  Ono of the older boys said I'd better tnktf ber homo.'  ���������"Where havo you been with PollyV mother demanded when we reached  'tho,bouse, for. the snow still stuck In Polly's woolen hood hnd rough coat  Only a good brushing would tako it off outdoors.  " 'Riding on n hill,' Polly cried, 'and wo spilled into the snow!' .,  ���������'Mother Just looked nt inc. 1 novcr wlll forget tbe wny sho said, 'And to  think you couldn't' ho trusted to take good care of Tolly, even on OUrlstmn**)  ���������dnyl"    .. ,  PERRIN  aOVES  The worlds standard,  bf glove perfection  Style������������������Fit-���������-Durability.  Fbir Sewing and Read  Why did you Jilt that mau who  wanted to mnrry you?  Uocnuno replied tho prima uonn������, I  couldn't deolilo whether, ho was in  lovo with mo or merely wanted ti  hear me sing for nothing.  m-M i The R������������yo to rec-ignteed ai  .W. the W\ lanip riftjido.  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ITo  wan qulto at liberty to tako It in any  circumstances ho chose.  loo. a box or -six boxos tor $2.60,  at all d-salenj-, or Tha Oodda Modi-  oin* Company, Llmltid, Toronto,  Canada.  IMPRISONED,BY���������TREE MAN CUTS  *    , ���������    "        OFF ARM  ���������'"  ���������   .  ��������� if*-**    , ' (  Weird Tragedy Discovered In,Heart  of the Australian Bush-.  ,. Ia Sydney, N. S. W'., about a fortnight ago a busbman named Michael  Daveney left Terrlck cattle station  near Longreach, ln Queensland. His  body 'was discovered In, a lonely part  of the*'bush-, with one"* arm roughly  severed,-at tho elbow. ' Traces of  blood led to a largo withered tree  The missing-arm was projecting from  the hollow of a broken bough, ln which  was a nest of young parrots. 'There  were horse tracks under tho bough,  and close to the body was found tlio  man's penknife, covered with ��������� congealed blood,  Tho man had evidently ridden under the hollow bough to.got at tho  young parrots. Tho bough was out  of reach, and so he stood on'his saddle to reach *t. Thon ho,pushed his  arm Into tho hollow to ,feel for th������  birds. The horse moved away and  left him hanging ln--midair, with, his  arm jammedjn tho hole of. the bough,  j In,that position ho probably remained for, a long timo. The trunk of tho  tree was scratched as.though by his  spurs as he Bought to'Aralse himself  to tho bough In which hia forearm,  wa3 Imprisoned. The agony���������for his  lips arid tongue were bitten through���������  seems to havo driven him to luadnesTt.-  With his * pocket 'knife, ' probably  opened with his teeth, he began to saw  at tho elbow Jolnt���������of the Imprisoned  arm. The crude process of amputation was completed, and ho dropped  to the ground, He staggered a few  yards, then fell down and died from  loss'of blood.'  TAKE NOTICE  * We publish simple, .straight testimonials, not press agents'Interviews,  from well-known people.      ���������-' ..  From all over America they testify  to tho merits of    MINARD'S    LINIMENT,, the* best of Household Remedies.  ,  MINARD'S LINIMENT'CO., LIMITED  HELLENIC      WARRIORS        FROM  \  ������������������' CANADA  W.  N. U. 931  Leaving Adopted  Land They'Swarm  -'      Home to Fight Their Tradit- ,  ional-Fos  It Is stated, that; Patras ��������� Is the  stepping- stone between Greece and  the'* far we3t: ' For some years past,  thanks'to, the. enterprise'of tho Cunard and > Austro-Amerlcan- Lines, ��������� thou-;  -sands-of���������the-v-young���������raen���������of-Greece-  havo left for Canada to find fortune'  and. security. Today <-,they .'are all  coming back: In the last month over  2,000 Greeks liavo returned to help  their country'ln the hour.of need.  The Laura, of. the Austro-Amerlcan Line, lauded 500 volunteers - on  their way to Athens. They were  men typical;of what Canada turns out  of the raw"emigrant material. Not ono  of them -was more than 25, well set-up  with tho unmistakable Canadian  stamp on them. Many of them spok.)  English better than tholr, mother-  tongue^ sons of Greek emigrants who  had preserved'their natlonalty.  ' All New to Them  To thom ovorythfrig ln tho country  thoy had como to fight for was now.  Tho littlo pigmy trains, tho flocks of  turkeys, tho Turkish coffoo, tho Ions-  tro's (bootblackB), wore,all'sights of a  new land. To tho outward eyo thoy  wero puro Canadians. Canadian  boots, clothes, hats and walk, Each  ono ln his buttonholo wore,a-diminutive Greek flag. This flag represents their land and her ambitions.  It does not mattor to thorn that volunteers aro not accepted.. Thoy nro  willing to enroll In the regulars and  servo for tlwio years or more, If noed  bo.     .- '   "    '    ' ,  During tho courso ot tho last' six  weeks I have mot scores of Greeks  from foreign lands. I generally  fouiid that their experiences abroad  hnd so broadened tholr minds that' tho  Qrook officers put them "In tho moro  responsible positions, For Instanco,  at Elouthorochorl, tho baso of Buppllos-  for tho Seventh division, whoro storoB  wero being landed dally, tho section  of tho A.S.C, was almost entirely  composed of Clreoks from Canada,  America and South Africa. At Jan-  Us-a, tho snuatlfl In charge of tho prisoners and the Rloros vtaro under sor-  gonnls from Calgary; Their llvos In  distant countries had dono away with  a groat doal of tho racial hatred and  Intolerant spirit which nhariictorlzon  tho majority of tho.Grook soldlors, and  thoroforo thoy- woro bettor flttod to  tako chnrgo of tho responsible posts,  Greece Must be Strong,  Even when tho ofiicial war In ended, lt will bo nooonsnry for Grooce  to keep a .noiiBldorublo forco scattorod  throughout Mnoodonla, not so much  against tho Turk, who will rapldlv  disappear from tho ncono. but ns a  pollco forco "to co/'m tho nover-endlng  strife among tho Dallcnn natlonalltlos,  For this purpose lt will bo nocpssary  to maintain a small forco In almost  ovory village, Tho Anglo-Saxon  Qrook, whether ho comos from Chi-  etigo, London, Capotown or Montreal,  will hn Invnlunliloifor these Rervleos  I'Jxporlonco tii well-governed lands  uuA u''[.r-.v.ui!iH) of law ami ur-Jif  should form a vnlunblo asset to tho  Orook govorumont In tho future for  Macedonia.  An attempt will also bo mado by  Ihn government to retain a Inrrrr- number of thoso (Ireoks In Macedonia h/  ottering thom fnrm:; to work and oHio*-  Inducements, But I do not thln'c  that ninny wlll stay, Tholr experiences of city lifo nro too vivid, and  whon tholr work Ib dono thny will  go to tholr homoB across tho water.  Dr. J. D. Kollngg'g Dynentory Cordial In pompniindpil nponlnlly to enmbnt  dysentery, cholera morbus and all In  flnmmatory dloordorfl that chango of  food or wator may net up ln tho stomach and Intestines. Tho complain'*  nre moro common Jn summer than In  Winter, but they arc not confined to  the warm mr-nlli*-, aa linrtiir- In.Yn*-n.i of  tho bowels may ecjzo a man at any  timo. Such a sufferer will llnd  speedy relief In thin Cordial. ���������  TheWretchedness  ^ *,  of Constipation  Cut quickly be overcome by      , A .  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  Purely vegttuWt  ���������art surely,-Mid1"  gently on the  liver. Cure  .  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Destroyed  I'll never���������'bclievo iu phrenology  again.  Why?   ; ,    ,���������  We had a iihrenologlst ln our house  tho other ��������� night and got him to feel  tho cook's head. Ho Bald her bump  of destruction  was  small.  It is not otten that a freight tralu  Is ablo to bolter the time of a regular  passenger Eervlcb so * that such an  achievement may be Justly regarded  as something of a feat. This is the  record of a freight train on the Grand  Trunk Pacific the other day which  shipped.a load of cattle from Waln-  .���������yvrlght ,to tho Sjvlft Canadian Co'd  warohduso In Edmonton, a distance of  123 miles, In 3 hours and 40"mlnutoj.  ,tho Bchodulci passenger timo for tiro  samo run bolng 6 hours and 20 mln-  utos. Tho ."eat also shows a remarkable development ln road-bed and  equipment sinco a similar slilpmont of  10 cars last year took 15 hours on  route whllo tills year tho train waa  mado up of 18 cars ahd ollppod off 11  hours and 20 minutes.  An Edmonton despatch stntos that  contractors an tho Grand Trunk Pn-  clflo contemplate tho completion within tho noxt 3 months of 00 miles of  track on tho main lino In British Columbia, west if Milo G3 at well as lho  construction of a big Rtcol brldgo  over tho Ilii? Shuarp Itlvor, Tho  report goes on to say that commoncln?  at tho present liond of stool on tho  Frasor Rlvor with tho lirst of tho  year tho stool gnngB will work at full  proBsuro throughout tho wlnt.-r  months nnd by tho nikldlo of February -10 mllofl will havo boon complot-  od. Brldgo construction will then bo  commoncod boforo the ond of Mircii,  According to tho progrom stool murft  bo laid to 11 point 30 miles boyon-1  tho Iluo Sluinrp.  Largo extensions nro to ,bo made  by tho OrrtiKl Trunk Paclflo to tho  Company's shops at Rivera, Man,,  which is tlio first divisional point on  tho main lino woat of Wlnnlpog nnd  is tho hoad-fiunrtora for repair work  on both tho eastern and ivestprn di-  visions of tlio railroad ut tho prosont  timo. ThPBo extensions will Involve  tho oxpnndlluro of thousands  of  dol-  Icirn rind will ln>--l---'|n -tlir, ov>otlon of  honso for tlio company's omplnyops.  ForeciiBiB ot tlovtilopiuont In 11)13  nro already being ir.ndo In (ho  west and groit hopes aro bolpg built  up by tho oity of I.cthbrldgo of tho  oxpectod construction or tho air lino  tn Tlr-clna by the O rn ti rl Trunk PnHflr-  which is to tap somo of the richest  whoat-ralsliiK aroaa of Saskatchewan  and Alborta nnd will r,lvo Lothbrldgo  an outlet oil Hudson's Bay.  Tho fnct thnt tho Marquess, of Don-  cgnll has Inl.oly mndo liln first p-n'.-  form appcar-mcc at tho maluro ana uf  seven remtnijs otv tlint ho hns boon  fnth'-rlens nltico birth, yot wr-ro hli  father, tho fifth marquess, nllvo today ho would bo within a few weeks  of entering ills ninetieth year, Thi  Duko of Norfolk will lie woll ov?r  eighty when Wa son nml heir attain.'  Ills majority wlill"- between tho eld-  rtt Aanzhtom* the Kart of AhlrurAnt  --Lady Edmund Talbot���������and " Ms'  yoitngosf���������Lndy floUy nortlo���������-Mum"**-1  Is au Interval of ncnrly forty yours.;  FINNISH WOMAN, M.P., ON VISIT  TQ LONDON  Astounded That Her'Sex'In England  Cannot Sec*,-o Electo-ol Franchise .A  A suffragette, Dr. , Thekla Hul-  tin, the most eminent woman ln Finland, and one of the fourteen womon  who sit In the Finish diet, is now In  London, and Inst evening .was--, tlio  guest of tho Anglo-Finnish Society at  an at home In the Graystoko plac*-  L. O. C. Day.Tralnlng College, Chancery lano.  Doctor Hultln, a woman of groat  personal charm .and'wide.culture, Is  the first woman lu Finland upon whom  the high degreo of doctor of philosophy was conferred, but there ar,o,now1  many others of her sex who havo  qualified for eho distinction. She was  elected to the parliament 0! Finland  in 1908, but was not the first woman  to tako,a seat thero..   -  I am simply amazed, said Doctor  Hultln, that English women still have  to-struggle for recognition In citizenship; for just the broad basis of citizenship of which the vote is tho object. In Finland women havo-had the  vote sinco 1905, and they exerclfftd  the franchise in .1906. There Is no  limit to the, number of women who  may sit in parliament. ' : (.  , Furnish Women Free        .  When'the .men of Finland-, gained  full citizenship; they insisted that the  women who 'had stood by them In  times of political difficulty and dangor  should share their privileges, and not  a voice was raised against their eligibility as parliamentary ��������� representatives.       .   '    ���������  Doctor Huitln explalnedthat during  thejast four parliamentary elections  68 to 60 per cent of the women voted  and that she' considered a satisfactory  proportion when it was/remembered  that distances are great and communication often., ���������llfllcu'rt-ln a country of  great lakes and forests. . The proportion, (���������jk.men voters-is between 65 to  70. And I.may say that notwithstanding strange .Idea's held by others  about Finland's "women members, of  parliament, they are not chosen for  their, appearance or the fit of their  dress, but for other qualities. They  are treated as comrades by the.men.  We do not ask for chivalry from men  members, but we appreciate the confidence they place In. us.  The women members of the Finnish  parliament work ���������with their own parties and have- not fornjed a "woman's  party on their own account. ��������� Members are paid and if they absent themselves without special leave of absence  they lose their payment and'are in  addition, fined $3.60 a day." ,.-'   -  Are Regular Attendants ' -r *.  * I may say, added Doctor Hultln,  with "a- humorous" twinkle, in'her'oye;  ithat_the__women_attend.ithfl_filtHr.g3  more regularly-.than the men. . The  women members- have endeavored to  bring about improvements In women's  positions, especially in its' legal and  economic aspect.. Bills introduced  by women- have been concerned with  the raising of the age of consent, securing equality of the wife with.tho  husband in tho control of tho children,  motherhood ��������� Insurance, the right of  .women to enter the legal profession  and so forth.  Bluejacket's Neckerchief'  It Is not known generally that tie  bluejacket's black neckerchief, a sui'-i  vlval of tho service mourning' for  Nelson, is the best British sills'obtainable and that,, tho admiralty Is 11  very fastldiiius' customer. "' Two lo  each man are Issued annually- and  many thousands of those discarded  scarfs havo been subsequently worn  by Jack's femininity. A pair of.thera  mako an excellent blouse;  "Nublnck" and "JVev JWvai" loaded Shotsh?Us  Good 'shooters and sure shooters are Winchester  "Nubkck" and "New'  Rival    black powder loaded shells. . They are strongly made and loaded^  with only standard brands of powder, 8hot and wadding.    Their even pat-  tern and deep penetration make them sure game getters.    You  wiil  find  nothing better.   Sold  everywhere.   Look  for tho  Red W on  the  box.  '1%h.e?,Are 'Uniform,   Highly Satisfactory  Zoads:  Never to-bo Supplanted  Thomas A, Edison's abhorrenco ot  stock speculation, and mnrtcet-rlgglns*  Is well known. Mr. Edison voiced  this abhorrence In a,recent interview  on electricity. *  "  J Yes,, he said; it is true that an .electrical machine has been Invented that  wIIL rid clieeso of Its mites, I doubt  though'if any mechanism as efficacious as the promoter-will evor bo Invented for ridding widows" of theirs.  Don't you think woman's education  should be equal .fo man's asked tho  BiiffragettoA-  ���������  A woman naturally knows more  than a man does, replied- Mr. Grow-  cher. If sho goes on studying public questions, she'll know only ai  much: *,  Under the Table  . Let us 'colobratc Thanksgiving gaily,  but temporately, said   Simeon   Ford,  tho humorous hotel man of New York.  Let us emulate the colonel.  The colon al cam. down to break-  fast������.the morning after Thanksgiving,  with a bandaged hand.  Why, colonel, what's the matter  with your hand? they asked him.  a Confound.!-, all, tho colonol answered, we had a little Thanksgiving party  last night,' and ono of the younger  men got Intoxicated and trod, on my  hand aa -ho was walking across tho  room. -  Generous  .   She gave her husband a pocket caie  for his birthday.       ���������'   ',  Anything in it?  Yes���������the bill!  THE FARMER AND HIS  ���������GRAIN  _.������ _h**���������>on]K B^.r1 -"���������P"** ������*;i?factorjr way -n which ��������� the Weitern Farraw  can eecuro the highest possiblo market valu* for hts wheat, oats, barley ������n������  flax Is by shipping It by tho carload to Fort William or Port Arthur, or to  Duluth if ears cannot be got for the othn- terminals (loading It if possible-  direct Into* the car, over tho loading platform bo as to save elevator charge*  ana dockage) ana employing a strictly commission firm 10 handle and dispose  Of,.lt. '*,,.'  We continue to act as the Farmers* Agents oolely on a commission basis.,,  We are not trackbuysrs and we never buy* the Farmers* grain on our own  account, but look after and dispose of tho grain entrusted to us, as' the  ���������gents of those who employes, and it is our desire and endeavor-to give  everyone thp very best sen-Ice possible. We mako liberal uavances against  car snipping bills, and will also carry the grain for a time under advances at  ,a moderate commercial rate of interest. If considered ndvlsaoie. We invite  ���������11 Farmers to write to us for shipping instructions and market Informat.os.  ptc,  ���������''.'* s ���������..-.   * _ .    ��������������������������� '.   -j   *.   ���������,  Thompson Sons & Company  700���������703 Y. GRAIN EXCHANGE     - WINNIPEG, CANADA  '    '' GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS  Why on earth do you come to ihi  to borrow money, Blliups? said Hark-  away peevishly; Why don't you go  to .Torrocks? ITo's the prosperous  looking member of our set.  ' That's just It, I-Iarkaway, said .Bill-  ups. .Torrocks looks so very prosperous that I am qulto suro ho spoiuli  ovory penny ho. makes, but you, old  man���������-why, you dress llko a man wlio  saves his money, *"'  ��������� P.S.��������� Ho didn't got It..  They have a true safety base  head,   with  silent    tip.    Will  never explode if Stepped  on.  ",. Eddy's Matches hav������ satisfied Can-  ���������dlans sinco 1861���������accept no other*,  The E. % Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON GETTING "EDDY'S"  Washboards/ Wood Pails and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  Use Your Influence for  Concrete Roads  There's-no need to point  out the. advantages of  good roads.  It used to be tliat there was little choice.  Macadam for the country and smaller cities wai  the only material used. Then, twenty yean  ago concrete was introduced, And for these  twenty years ooncroio haa boon proving  itaolf.  It is now acknowle'dcred to be one of the  best known materials for roads, or for street  pavements���������to bc as far superior to ordinary  macadam as macadam is superiuf to sand,  Estimating the Cost.  It is not the first cost of a road that determines it's real cost; nor is it the first six months  of service that determines whether it's a good  road or a poor one.  The only sure way to find out what a road  has cosr, is to add fo the first cost all that is  spent for repairs in fifteen or twenty years.  Now, that's where concrete roads win  every argument���������their first cost is practically  their only costj they require little or no upkeep  The kind oi good road,  however, is another  matter.  cost.    Concrete,  Instead of   needing repair,  actually becomes stronger with nee.  How Vou Cart Help.  You can help your community to come to  t wise decision tho next time the question of  roads comes up, Your influence will be a  factor in piovidiuu* yourself ami your ucijjiibors  with thoroughly satisfactory highways.  Wc wish to convince yon first --we know  that when you nre "backed up" with fact*  which we will pladly ftirrmh yon, ymi will l-ic  able to convince your neighbors.  Make It your business to get these facts.  Wc have a special department which will  not only give you the facts, but will also       1'  supply valuable assistance to any com-       /,  muniry d^sirlnj fo build conrrrte       J,/  roads.  Abk  H  tl  ti  ./1  for  Literature "  coupon.  " Good  or use  *S  Addrcaa���������Qood Roada Department,  Canada Cement Company, Ltd., Montreal  PImsp  Roads /        *���������*-'"1 "c  the     ,'      ������lie   fcrt������  shunt concieie  highwayi. ,i  11  11  /  -I l  V  ,tt m. irixru;   ^ ",  ^^*m*a**w*aM*,*m*m������Jt THE , NEWS,a CW*!HSftLA*������/ JB^^  ���������,   f>  *   THa GuniharlEtnd Kbws  i-s:;'-.;cu  Every   Tuesday  by  the  ���������omo*?4 .&   Cat_5befland  "fc-.iblishing   Company.  . > Tins paper will uot'hold itself  responsible for tho opinions of oth-  flrji,* as may appear in its columns  'rom time to time.  WKUNESDAV, MAR. 5,  1012  ** ������*-t**v-*v*������  Sayward Lind District.  nwtrJcl of Cchi\!->v,  r.-\KE NOTICE that Maty Thulin of  -rut, li. C. occupation inavrieO   womnn  ���������....������������������nds to apply for permission to pur-  ..-j .*_  tho following described lands:���������-  ..o."iirK:iScins; At a |v>.5t planted  at   tlie  .-.**       <;M corner of 7*. L.  N* 44338.  '.���������-'���������'���������*.'. nnnh   '*���������; chains, thsnee west 40  :* '.A.'-y tbenee  south jo chains more or  ,.t. ��������� tr- shore line, thence along tho shore  b.w. jo.chains more or less to plac**. of  .- .v'nnuiif cjrjtninitig   300 acresjiiorc or  GEORGE VERDIER  Agijnt fov M.iry Timlin  hau Augujt i-jih, 191*2.  ���������NOTICE is hereby given thai apph-*  cation v. ill be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of  the hotel license! a sell liquors hy retail  in and upon the premises known as the  "Sew Hotel Heriot, situated on Lot 47,  Subdivision of Lots Northeast, quarter  of Lot 216 Heriot Bay, Sayward Dis-  tr'ct, B. C,  JOSEPH DICK, AppHe_nt.'  ..  Dated Deer 2ith, 1912.  NOTICE in hereby givatr th:t nyph-  caiiuu wilt be mado to tha Supcrintend-  vntof Provincial Pohoe, Viotoria torn  liceose tosoll liqnor by wh'-leaile ������poii  the prou'i������ea s-itmlsod on L'it l'v Block 15,  Cuu.berland Townaito, Cumberland, B. C  Of ALI MUSSATTO,   Applicant.  " Dated tliis IS-ti day of.Deo. 1 _ 12.  Sayward Lnnd Distiict,  District of,Comox.  VArCE NOTICE that Charles Thulin^  ��������� of Lund, &.C., occupation  merchant, in-  -rt-v.'Js to  aplily for  pormissi onto   pur-  ch-ise lhe (lie following described land:���������  CJpini-.ientm^ at a post ph-.nted in Browns  U.iy .;���������. ibe north-east  corner of T. L  ������������������.���������Ji'.'..   thence   "-vest So   chains, thence  mi 'A - .-*-.> 'o-hiin**.  thence east   80 chains,  ��������� s^> il.'i shire line, thenco south -20 chains  snore or less along shore 1'me to place of  beginning con wining 1G0 acres more or  (CSS,  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Charles Thulin  Data August 14th, 191,2  &VV ward Uind Distrv.t,  . D-isciiieA af C&roov.  . ' T-AICE-NOTICE that George Veidi-  ���������*���������>���������, nf Lunci, B.C., occop-ition?  *   iii'.en'ls irifip-ply for permissiorc to "put'-  v'am?. thi following  described   Isnds:���������  the-  IF YOU WANT  LUMBER  "  SEE  US  Comox SawmiH Co., Limited,  Comox, ' B. C.  SALE, OF WOIUC   .  -^���������.Tj'Ti .1 JCiVCI Ti\   . ,. I 1 ._  "JL-,!,���������l-IUM.������������������ pirilllCU-i������l_  io'ith weH corner of Lot S7,thence north'  j-) chiins to the shore line, thence follow  i.ng the sh. -ro line around the point to the  pl..ce ol beginning.  G.E.0R.CE. VERDIER  &.p-plicaitt  'D-tte August' 14111, i()r2-  -Sayward Lancl District.  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE, that Fred Thulin,  af Lund, B.C., occupation merchant, m-  leivli iii. apply for permission lo pur-  :Ivise. the following "described Land*.--  Co inwncing at a. post "planted at the  soj.h-c-ist corner of TVniber Leas* No.  j'lSJ1, thence west So chains, t,hence  su'.uli !>o clviins, thence east 80 chains to  ���������.he .--.!.��������� ;>r*: !ii*>e, ihence- following shore  lin*' nonh So chains, in**re or less, lo lhe  p'iio' of bejjinsimi containing 6.|n acres  auirc or less.  ,    s       GEOKCTC VERDIER  Agent for Fred Thulir.  Date August **-|,.h, iota  LAlJgDR COMMISSION  "'" o     ���������  ���������    =--_  SITTINGS of the Provincial Labour  Commission will bo beldaa follow:���������*  Nanaimo���������Monday, February  17th, st  S p. va., Court-honso.  Ounjlmland-���������Wtdnosdiiy, Feb uwyJ-'h,  a  at 8.p.m.       -  Alberni���������Monday, February   2_ih, ct  8p.m. ,  Lidyamitb���������Tuesday, 1'ebmary   25b,  at 3 30 p.m.  Stoveston���������Moddiy, Match 3rd,- at -2.3-f  l>. ru. ��������� - .  Chilliwack��������� Tuesday*. March   _th,   nt  2.30 p.m. .,,  New Weetmiotrter���������Thursday, March C  at 11 a. ra., City Hall '        -=  Vancouver���������Friday^ March 7th, at 10  Ja .i_ ��������� jDo-ott-baiaafli.  . ,  ' Tho Commission is empowered to inquire into all mutton affecting tho conditions ol hbotir iii British Co'nmbln. Al1  porsons iutorcsted are invited to attend  aud give ovidouce.  U-G. PARSONS  Chairman  F.'.IS McNakjwa,  Sccrotarj? ja3'i  ���������-UQfUO*t LLCEMSE.:*ACT,,*J  (Section i$X  NOTICE is hereby };iven������thaton ike  >ith day of October  next,  application  -.ailI bj mule to ths  Superintendent  of  l-roviiici.il Policefji- thr>. tninsferof the  '.���������ictiiise for iJ:e sale   of  liquor by   retail  "m itnd upon the prtMis-js knownas ihe  \*.*'illuw."> Hotel, situate at Campbell Riv-  tr, Hritish Columbia, frrmv Charles Thulir. an-J Emerson (lH,ui!i.ii>  to' Charli"*.  Thulin, of C.luipbell River, Kritish^Col-  <:inbi,i,  '>atetl Ihts. I4tl) day of Sept., 1913  THUI.1N& UAMNAN  1 ioldns^of License  rj l AR LICS 'IHU LIN  A|i|>lic*int for Transfer  Sny ward \ant\ District  Distriot of Sayward  TAKK nollce that WiUhni  Jiimcs Gibsoiij of Vanoouvr-r- oc-  utpitiou, piiinlur, iuUm'l.s to apply for pi'i'inission to purohiisc  thu fol!o\viiJ}������ -.k'scribo'.l land**:--  Coniiin'mfniR ������t a post plsmted ao  chains cast ol llie noun t-a.st 1:0r-  nor ot'Tiinbcr Liceiiso 3252, then-  ���������������-.������ cast 20 cli'dus. llieiir.'c .south  :>,o chains, thence west 20 chains,  .,. V*l,     1r-i  1 o tint -.1  -* ��������� ' -  containing  ���������f*l t ��������������� -l t*������  * ������������A_i. ���������*���������**   *--/*������.*      . -���������������    ������*���������  tit   cominein'einent,  40 ncrt'H more or less and is between White nnd Salnmn livers.  William Jam"s tjinwxv  vS, Main ice Carter, Ajient.  I  IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRIT  , ISH COLUMBIA, NANAIMO  1U_3I8TB.Y  la fho -ifood^ot WaHnce A. Stjioklmd,  also l-.nowiim.VVillliam W.A. Strioklni*'!  fSoupisetl, Jntcntate.  TAKE. NOTICE, that hy order of His  lloi.or, Jucli{o Barfcor, .tiaada m tbpub'-v-*  Oourt on tRo 17th d������y of Hbyembor 391*2  I tlio un*1(*rxiR)-ic& was tppciutocl Adtnini -  trotor of tlie ostato of the JboTo-nnmed  (he nHwl, who died a*. .Portland m th*.  Stnt-o of Oregon, onft ot \),o United States  of America, on or nb -*li tlin 20th doy ol  Mny, 1912, intebta-te.  All iicoonnta iwd eW wa ngninat tho  Biiidcutita nnd all aoeoanln d������o tho iiaid  ontttto muat bo-proemntoii and paid ronpoot  ivcly on orbcfnro tho let dny of ,Maroh,  11) is.  W.W.  WJLLARD  Offioinl Adminutrntor-*.  Oumherlwid, B, C.  1  IN THIS COUNTY COURT OF  NANAIMO HOLDEN' AT UirMBKRr.ANl).  In Vtohaii:���������  lie'I ho mutter of tho lnet> Will nnd Tch-  ���������ftiuo it of Ohnrloi Devonport S*ynjir,  droodiod.  TAKK NOTICE thnt liy ordor of ITIr  Honor, Judge Darker, raodu in thn ubovo  ('ouit on tho -ttIi dny of Decern! or, 1012,  thu under-limned waa grantedMtin? of ml-  ,mlni-*iir(ttl'n wtrli Will nunoxod of tlio ou  tutu of tlia (thovi-ntimo'l Chcrlcfl,,!) S y-  110-, ducoucfd, who dio-l ������t Rook Bay,' 15,  (J., nnoruhont Mny 7th, 1012.  All ccef'Uiitf-* n^nlnit the nrtld Kota'e  nml nil iit'OouutH duo thojmkl Kitnte iniu-t  he {irei-.tmtcil nud paid rcf-poctUcly or. or  lioforo the Virkifl/iy of Mflrcb, 1(11.1.  W. Vf. WII.LAKT.)  OtUoinl Adminifli rntnr  Cunihcrliuid, D. O. ��������� JnnCDmsrl  r������Hiwr������li������li������*>w_'������  TO DAIRYMEN.  For Sale tit n sacrifice���������Two  "Magnet" Cream Separaf.ors(Ue  best separator on tlie market  sixes J x 3. capacity 350 to 400  and 650 to 700 lbs per hour.  There bcin*4 itb.4oiuU-.iy no call  for sepurators in aud round Vic-  FOKSAI.H���������A lnuik hU youutt  Rport-* ,.!ic.M i-.rs.ll.     pric.'**i.()0 :,ori:l- ^1<"^"������'  >* R������viii*i up the  \<Mrv������* Ittt-vrr-, <h*.iw.-c-U,  N������.. !f-llu of them ,,n<1 ofl,'''; ^-out  ���������A'lirtii.." il(  .)>  tit.  7l  .   ������������������������.���������������*,  ���������....              ���������������������������-.:..    jo   c?*'������.   or   >-'uv   Ui  ������������������*.:. two. TU'fe are llie !.i^:*.  tc-* i.rocciic'.; new K"������>il> ;tniviu��������� '������>' terns���������never been out ol thej  every l*o,u, delivery and satisfaction |store. Apply R. Grnbb, 2056!  |uitranv-*ed. |Ccutral Building, Victoria, B. C,  tittle cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better, Way of m a ���������  king the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "NuffSaid."  ������fl^������fw*������^-,*'i������ii   Ht^,.<wtS* -    ���������*���������  ^^'*-t^**w*.4.--i-*i*ywii-t-������^-*������������-^ft^-'-**n->-������*^'WW-i������--^^^  rw*-*>t+fo-*ilinHl^i1W'.f'rS__*)r'--'*a^  Crown Bran  Brewers' Dried Grains  Udter, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  ,     Distributor* N,\NAIMO, Ii. C.  mm  LAND ACT  Vancouver Land- District' '  ' :' DiHtriot of Say Ward.;;,    \ ,"% '  TAKE NOTICE   that", Michael.  Yootig, of Brooklyn. Ne\v,York, 00-  oupaiion Janitor, inlendg'io apply ,  for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������Common  cing at a post planted 60 chains  north of tho north west corner oi ..  lot 582,   thcnie  east   -10  chains, ...  thence  south  50' chain",* thenco  west 40 chain*, --thence  north   50 ;  oh&itiB to point of commencement,  containing 200 acre-- more or lece,  A    MICHAEL YOUNG/  Y \ Applicant  " "Thomad Matior, Agent  Date October 30th, 1912      '  ..   . ' LAND ACT' .   .   "j  Vancouver Land.District.  District of Sayward     .  TAKE NOTICE' .that  William  Peter Adams,; of New York, New *  York, occupation, -salesmani   in-  tendd to -apply for permij-Hion to  purchase the. following  described '  lands:���������Commencing    at   a   post  planted at the north-west corner of  the   Bouth     half-   uf     lot    590,  ���������hetice   south   80  chains,  thence  west 40 chains, more or less to  the  east.liQHof lot 585,,. thence  north  80 chains,   thence ; east. 40 chains,,  more nr lefiB to point of ci-ramcnce-  men<, containing 320 ������cree more, or  lesBi-y   '" '- "   L,  ,"  WILLIAM PETER ADAMS,  .'���������    .,','. ��������� -Applicant  "     -  Thomas Matier. Agent;  ���������Da-K October 29th, 1912   .  -NGT-I6E���������.is'7'hereby-given-that-t_e���������--  rwerv^ existing by reason of the notice;  published in tho British Colombia-Gm "-  etieof December. 27th, I9f������7i, is,cancelled in so Iir as "the same  relates   to.the  following described lands, so as to p������r-  nut of the. sals- of the timber standing   ,  tliereon:-���������'. .'"''   - :  Commencing* at the north-east corner   *,  of.Lot No, 2849,' Redonda Island;' New  Westminster Djslrict; thenc������ east   13.^  chains*** thence north 4 chains j thence  east    ^"chai.nYj'1   thence"  sduth'iS  chains: the_ce West 32 chains ; more or .  less lo the east boundary of Lnt   No. ���������'.  3849 ' thence northerly along the east,  boundaiy of said lot to  the , point of  commencemi-nt ; containing by adm-sus-  uremenf 75 acres, more or less,  ROBERT .A. REN WICK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,   , ,  Victorin, U. C, December itth, rpia.  dec 34 to mar 26  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  NOTICE,,  TAKE NOTICE tint an Application  will be made to the Licuimant-Govcriv  or in Council ni the Parli:*imeni Build,  ing**, Victorii, British Columbia, on  Thursday, the 30th day of January, 1913,  al the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the approval of the uinlertak-  inir of the Campbell River Power Com.  pany Limited, that the conditions of use,  occupation, felling nf timber and otber  conditions provided for in Section* 321,  332 nnd 223 ol the Water Act be settled  purau,int to such sections, nnd that the  lime for submitting detailed plans of the  Company's work's be extended until after  the flood period of 1913 1  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE  that a copy of the Application is on filo  in the office of the Water Recorder for Victoria Water District, Atid in  the office of the Comptroller of Water  Rights at Victoria,  DATED at Victors, B; C, this 24th  day of December, 1912 ;  ROBERTSON & HEISTERMAN  Solicitors for the Campbell River  Power Company Limited.  ���������MATLSKUVrnK.  \   >.rj>  Mails for Dinpatch:���������Vancouver, Victoria, Nnnalmo, etct.,  Tuc.-kl.iy, 7.15 \)t m; Tlnuibday  nud Saturday, 6 ft. in.  Comox nnd District:���������Tuo>  dnjr, i.2i$ p. in,; Wednesday  and Friday, 4.30 p. m.  S- S. Cowitsliftii, Sunday at a  p, tn. nnd Tuesday ftt 6 n. in,  Mails Arriving:���������Vancouver,  Victoria, Nannimo, etc., Tuws-  day afternoon, Wednesday nnd  Friday niglu*.  Cutuox nistrict:���������-Wcducailay,  Thtusdny and Saturday.  S. S, Cowichan, Sunday morning and Tuesday about noon.  r  .t-_  I  r������^������<-  *.%i:!)ii.*i   ������������tjrt &  ,  '- '.wittW. ^uutMaiKJA-a - ���������** <- '     ' fl.  -   ���������>.'' '* Jf  c **     ���������>  THE   NEWS,   Gtr^lBEaLA^D/^BSlTISE^COLUMBlA.:  NOTICE ia  her-vby giveu that'a*  the  next meeting of tho Hoard of LioenseCom  miusionara of tho City of Cumberland, *I  intend to apply for a renewal cf tbo liot-  '   el license held by-me for the Vendome  -   Hotel, bHusM oa lot f>, block 3. Cumberland Townaita.* '      --���������' "  R. S. ROBERTSON  Dated NoTombor 6-th, 1912.     . '    -'"  '  NOTICE i$>ereby given that, at the  next meeting of the Board of License Com-  Dttubionors of the'City of .Cur.iberlaad,-!  ntecd to npp.y for a renewal of tha.hotel lioeueo hold by me tor tho Cumborland  THotd, situato-d on lot 1, block ������,' Cuml or-  l&nd TowneUo.     ���������       "  <*  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD-  Put-ad tl������ta 6th dny of Nov., 1912..   ���������  ���������',j.(3iWOTirBU hereby Igiven tliat at the  next nieoliog of the Board of LiocuBe Coin-  usijeiuneru for iho City of Cumberland, I  iotond to apply for a renewal of the wholesale liqnor license held,by m������, situated oa  - lot 6, blook 15, Cumberland Tomuito.  ,- ������ CIALI MUSSATTL>  Dated Ihla 6>h day of Nov.; 1912". A  t%*m***mtm***mia������*mmam***��������� **���������.-������**-*���������_> mm-m*tmaa>am<m--it������tm���������**���������**  !  NOTICE ia hereby, given that at the  next ti������etiug of tho Board of Licei-se Com  tniBsiouers of the City of Cumberland, I  ii.tead to iivply tt>r a renew ul ot the hotel liconso ilioldb/ me,for the Waveriy  . Hovel, uituated ou lot 2, block 8, Cumber  land Towueita.  PRANK DALLOS  Dated this 6th'd-M- of Nov.,1912. A      .'   .  NOTICE is horoby given tint at tie n������c  . mae'iog of thefBoa-d of Lio-.nao Commit-  Bloi^i-B of tlie .City of Cumberland, I in.  tend to apply for a renewul of ;ho. wholesale liquor lioande hold by in., situated  on Jot 1_, b)������KJk 7, Cumberland Townnito.  . "  -FRANK SCAVARDO.  Dated fehia 6th day of Nov.. 1912  f  . Notice is hereby given - tlut, at the  next meetinj*- of the Board of License  Commissioners I intend to apply for a  renewal "of,ilie hotel license held by me  for the New England Hotel, situated'on  block 3, lot 3, CumbcrUnd Townsite. x  ,. ��������� / -:; ���������;- ~ . JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Nov,*7th, 1912.        ���������,���������,-.  in ttWjSLEWS  NOTICE is hereby given lhat 30 days  after date application ��������� *ill be made to  the Superintendent' of Provincial Police,  Victoria, li. C., for a renewal of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known as the Port Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox, B, C.  Amos Cotxwgtqu,  Dated Oct., and, 1912 A*   ���������  - NOTICE is hereby given that  ou tho first day oV December  noxt application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial  Police, Victoria' B.C. for-, a re-**  n'ewal of tine hotel*-license to sell  liquors by'< retail / iu.'- the.. hotel  known, as the. Malaspiua Hotel,  situated at Lund, B, G." ���������"-'��������� . '*'���������"'  .; v'FRED THULIN -*.  Dated October ICtii, 1912 *    " '"  An Ad in the  '   : .        '-   . ���������; -'    " ������-  pays.  .,Try it.  News  Co^j's Cotton Root Compound  Tho great Uterine Tonle, alio  ouly  safe  effectual Monthly  Kogulfttor on which women can  -_-, depend.  Sold in threo docroci  \0)\ of gtrongth-No. I, 81; No. 2,  .* 10 dogrcos stronger. *������3; No. 3,  for epodal caeoe, 85 por box.  Bold l>jr &!1 di-ffsruta, or seut  ?     prepaid* on roocipt of prloa.  f ��������� **���������*���������_. .. BVoopiunphtot. Addross: TH*-  a������trttomia0iX.T0B0!ITO.08T.- (lormcrly Wiixttuti  $300   REWARD:  The above reward will be paid  for the recovery of tho body of 0.  H-, Strand, who was drowned off  Deimiau, Island oii Thursday,  Dec. 12th..1  --' Tlie   Anderson Loggitig Co. ~i  Union Bay,'B. C.  K      ������������������ ,'J  ������5X?<sXiD������(_^)������(5-^^ ������(4X_>i������l(_*t_Xs>g)������������^ ������5)������(&5)������������������(SX4^>������^^  : E. C. Emde, is agent for .the  ''Ford" and '-Chdlmer'f automo-,  biles,   Cars for hire.    Phone 18  :;  "'LAND REGISTRY ACT.;  -   Ix thk'mattbr  of ������n  application for a fresh Certificate of Title  to Lot 54/ [M-tpYSH] Townsite bf  .Courtenay/-    ^ ��������� -* i.;"^.^ *>;.-;*  NOTICE is hereby f. ivcn>f my  intention at the expiration of one  calendar month* from the first publication hereoMo issue a ffefili Cer-  tiBoate of Title in lieu of the Certificate of Titlo i-HSiHKi to Joseph  JMcPbee"orn-iiT]r30fh^f;M^iri|>^^^  and numbered 10990C which haB  been lost.    ; ' '    ���������.  Dated .at Land Begiitry Office  Victoria, Bf C., this 21st day of  Drtcejnberl912.  '   "'���������  ' S  Y: WOOTTON.  Begietrar General,of Titles.  Union Steamship Oo. of B.O,  Ltd  ;TIIE:S. S; COWICHAN. WILL SAIL AS UNDER"  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  ��������� y7  Leave Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p. m.   Y.    ]  ' ' ' \. '[ Arrive Nanaimo^ "at 11.30 p, in..'    .     -    v     -  .' A'mye Union Bay, Tuesday 6 a. m.      LeaveJTuesday noon.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a..m,  ' Leave Tuesday, 11 a; in.   ������.  -".Leave Nanailno.6 p. m. Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver -.30 p.m.  Leave:,Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m. Arrive Nanaimo,  .11,30"p. in  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a. m-.Depart 5p.m.    ^  Arrive Comojc, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.iii.  "'-Subject,to change without notice. *   N -' ,  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gueets.  ThoOonttol Hotel for Sportamon  Kone twt the Uc������t of Wines and Liquors  if  ���������?  *  '?  r  at the Har.  RATES  REASONABLE  l.i.1���������i.1.1...1 iua.i. -i  John -Johnston,  Prop  -r*V<i4*<',M'lM4''M4^  ;  DRINK  offer , you   a safe  and  sound, investment1 with a  good- return, on ycur money as (well as an enhanc-  ���������:..'���������-���������" .  cd,val,ue from now on.  -A Company with -No Promotion Shares.  ' ��������� . - - ��������� ���������.       ���������..        .0  A Company with its   own fiscal agency.  ; A Company, that will look solely to1 the wellfare  of its shareholders.    Shares are now selling .at *$i  ;   for. all   cash,1 or   on   the   easy instalment  plan.  Call op send top a Prospectus to-day  The purest and best BEER,j aiid  made in Cumberland.  EfilOIi  e  J.   N.   McLEOD     l?a?.03P_aisz'(>r.  Eagliab 4 x BURTON always ou Up     also, tho fumoua MILWAUKEE  ,    BBEItS-Ahlieuaer, Bobuniian, Hcbttic, Ao,    , "OLD GREY BHAKD"  SCOIOU WHISKY, Boat Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  . The Boarding and Lodging Department, undor the immediate Bupcrlntat*idenoe of Mr*  DavU, will lw <aund First class la ovory raapout, "J  Selling Agents for Canadian Login & Mercantile Co., Ltd*  /  .--*-' .<��������� ' .  '       .'...,* y  Head offices :   ''" A  w     -   "   } ' ������������������ ������������������*',"  207, 208,"269 Union Bank Building. Corner View and Gov't, Streets, Victoria. B. C  Phone 3243  Geo. Abbott, Managing Director,  "We Build Homes and Make Loans.''  ������ *  AXES,  VX.oo por day upwards  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and  rail  way cars of the  Union  Colliery  Company by any porson . or per-  BonB*���������oxcopt tain orow���������iii strictly  prohibited.   Employees two sub-  ioc to dismissal for allowing earn-  By ordor  W, L. COULSON,  Geueral Manager.  mamam���������mh_������bp������_wim������mmiww_������w_���������������������bb���������������������������������������������**  LI'QUOII LICENSE  BY-LAW  1011.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV  EN tliat at tho noxt regular incot  ing of tho Board of Liconoo Com-  misflio'nors of (ho Municipality of  Ouniborland, application will bo  mado to tho said Board of Com  inifiBionors for tho transfer of tho  liec-nflo,,for tlio aalo of liquor by  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  KITCHEN i.UTKNSlLS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  NOTICE.  , MOVING ?  ���������* Pianos and  Furnitukk  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE'0:7  Wiudenuere Ave,  OKUHKS 'fAKWN FOR NVT  C.QAL  -   Sny ward Lii'.-d District.  Diutiiot of S.iywftnl.  TAKE*NOTICE   lint  Hairy   Alfred  Ho fl, of Now York, Now iforl:, occupation c-loctiioian, iuton^ to apply f������r pc-ruil**  8ion to puriuia  iug JeMoriUi'iJ-  pout plutited ftv tlio suutb cost cornor-of  tho north woo,*! quarter of !<>t 583, thonco  40 oLuiius casti tlienco ' 40 chimin r.eith,  thenco -10 (ihtilnn west, tboitOJ '10 chiiiua  eoutli topijntuf com i.encemont cwutaln-  iog 100 ai,roj moro or 1 w,  HrouiY Alfiibd Hkha  FiHlior M, QAHkin-, Agout  Datod June 2-Hli, 1912.  Riywonl Land IMttrlct.  Diatriot of Stlywnrd,  TAKE NOTICK tl-utUoarao Stwkf, of  flow York, N. Y., oiauputioii  ongincor,  iiitondato apply -fcr- t *������'*m!flHlwii to pur.  uhuJJO   tho following  deocribod IiiU(1h;-~  Ooramoneiog at a pout pluutcd SO olmiiin  ������outb of tlio north-ottflt corner of lot h6i,  thcivja oust i!0 chalnn, tliettoo ooitb 40  .(���������lilila*, UiOi.uO  wodt  SO  cliikiim,   tbotiCO  houHi 40 clmlim to jjolut; of coirauenco-  mi'Dt oouUlnlng 80 neron mgm or lew*,  ,   CliOItflfi 8TUCKB  Fiblicir M.Oiiflldua, Aj-out.  Data Juho 10th, 1012.  ������/  Saywwd Tjaod Di*tiiot.  '���������        District ofS-ywurd,  TAKE NOTICE tlint Jobu Ar hur Dn'y,  of Now York, New Vorl,-, iccnpntiou clwk  lintO'idi to apply for permisBion lo (-ur  lo-a to puroha-.Q tbe follow.  0illlk0 .*J0  f���������|juWlHg dtscribol JiiiiiIh:-  Iftiidsi-tJoiiimonoiQU! at <-. Oommoncing at  a  po t plant-d  _i ihn  Houth-eiut cortinr of J-cano "-1G, tliei-ci  south 80 olittiim, thr-nco wekt80chuiia,  thenco rioith SO olmiu-i, th-ncc enl'r*V  ohiiiui) to poiut ot oomtui.'LCi.mcut coutiiu  ing 0*10 acres moro or Iw-B'.  JOHN'AHTHUR DALY  Fmhcr II. Q������tkluti, A^ent.  D������to Juno i-tth, 1UI2.  H������WM4'*MWW+++4'W44>*  NOTICE.  To whom it may cohceni:*���������  Thi������ in tr> notify the public  that all freight cliurgcs ou bonded goods dented at Union Hay  for the Uoiuox Valley must be  paid before pjoods catrbe forward  cd. By order  Canadian Collieries Dnnwnnlr]  Co.  NOTICE is hereby given Uiat  she general etore htiflinoss or Dun  can Hros. has this day been sold  to JnincsJ I-L Parkin. All, accounts due the late firm must be  retail in and upou tlio promises I paid to E. Duucan, who will set-  known ua tho Vendome Hotel, flit- tie all liabilitiefl.  uatoon DutiBinuir Avon no, in tho  Oity of Cumberland, from Robert  S. Jlobortsoii to Rohort McNeil,  of tho nnid Citv nf Cumborland,  Dated nt Cumberland,  13. C.  this 16th day of Doeombor 1012.  R, a ItOBEIlTSON  lioldor of Lfconeo  ROBERT MoNE'iL.  Trniifif^roe.  Sand wick, jOot. 113^1913,  fV Ortal KnoUtk JUtnfdp.  ufluUiewholi-  mtke*  TV Qrtal final I'  ���������i-oivoa Mid ln\-Uror<iUM,U->������ wl  n������rv'oiM uy  new  potuunnt.i  mnlAtrtuoa,  .���������,.. ���������.,  Frlooil v������rtiax,Klx1ort\  wUloims. 8al4 Iir all.-r  lllooA In eU Vf-l-i* ftw A-r**  Uv, ill*'"' nail flmin Worry,J*tt  >. Ikxual Wrattnm. K������nU*i*ttt, ttatt  oa, atttt W<.ftit t>fAbiu.i or liiiwuari,  iW or mAU(4 In  t  pUtn*rJiir.oa  'i������d*3T*  of prtai. .Af������������������ *****wt*rAlrf  MMtUsli-H*-O*.  XtvrontotOtiit  NOTICK ii hereby a*ven that upplt-  0-tion will bo nmda to iho Pit por  Inlendont of I'roTinoinl Pc)i(w Viotorin,  {for a liotrno to ull liquor by wtol juIo  upon tho vr.tulwi* uituaUd cu Ij-AVI,  Dlook 6, (kraWIond TowonlUi, OumUr.  land,)). O,  Joitir MARooni, Ai|ilic������i,l  Dntcd tbii 18tb Aty ct Dumber, 10I2.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting*,  removing or taking any blocke,  timhor or wood, of auy doseriptiodn  3ulonglng to tho Wellingtou Colliery Co'y., or from or off tho land  of tho f-ftid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of nny description  anywhere upon the compauy'a  laud will lm pio**ftcuto<l to the fid!  extent of ihn law.  W. h COULSON,  General Mnjiagcr,  Co lliery Co,y.  fi.iyward Laud Diet Jot.  Dwlilct <-)f SiyivariJ.  TAKE NOTIoG tlmt Ooorgo Ch/irlou  Sii'ii-*, of Now If oik, N. Y., oocnp..ti(in  olcrk, li������t������ inlf. to upp'J' for pei'iniomoii to  oiu'ijIuiio tbo foKowliitfJo-icilbocl luoiU:���������  Coniliionoln-- ������t n P'tnt lil'intnil 40 oliwfriK  wo,t and 20 chains tnortli of tho noith oa������t  uoi nor of lot r-S-V, tliMic.li uoti 40 iJiaIiir,  ������h -iioo ncuili 'JO dliiiun ihuuco went -W  uhilins, thonco 1101 th H) olmirii to poiut 0!  iK-wmoncnmcnl onntuibinK 80 atirOH lUfi'O  aKOuarcciiAHLK-moNfi  Fjuhtr M. Oodki-H. Agout,  Dato Juno IV1I1, WI'I  Saywiuil Lu.d Diatriot,  Diflirlo'-of Sajwaid.  TAKK NOTICK that William John  Bulliynn, Now York, N, Y,, oooupntion  olorb, iutQiidii to apply lor porunisufou t -  purchase tho folio*inj^ tlio followioj! den-  orlb-tl laiidoi-Coinnionoiuf- nt a jiont  plautod 10 cbnltiti nouth from tho wuth-  OJtt cpnior if bit r>70( {on poit 074) tlionoo  north 80 chni iih, Uxuoo ouit 8*) obaiun,  ttionco south 80 uhviii*, thvuoo wiut 80  oh (ii nri, to point of ooajiJiounijtntiUt con*  toil,lug 0-10 iiOich moro or bw.  WHJilAM JOHN SULLIVAN  Fl-hor M, UiiBltiim, A'!<J������t.  Date Junp2M, 101S!,    -���������mnj-i-iMiwiri- \*m*tB*i*fii**n*tt *������'*' ttimommmuwmmammtwm***  8oyv*4rd Liwl DmliUt.  DiBtriot of a.ywnrd. .  TAKK NOTICE Hint William AugRunt  liiaohofl, cf Now York, N, Y��������� occupft**  tlon ilurk, inlcmla to apyly for pornilimion  to puroliuno Iho following duibrlboil  Imnli-Coinuioncii'R (it a post plnutod  IV) chali.n oail und 40'chtth.n north of the  north-wokt corner nl lot 003, thenco woit  bj obvut mom or lew, to lot .GI, thoocc  W c-UA.it>*> tiouttt uignK t-Hbt Oouuilury of  lot v>51������ UoxiCO ttfit 80 -vhuiiiB more or le������p  tolouwiO, t_������ai������ uuith 40 choJuu to  lioiut of ooi'iuionoetutnt couUlmlug 1200  mtti nioio or loui.  WILLIAM AUOAWT WHQ1T  Fi-iherM.Oa-jklni, A**oot,  I)*t������ Juno 20th, iOI2,  Bii) Anrd JLiilil Diatriot.  Diatriot ot S.i.v.Viird.  TAKE NOTICE that. Walter BuMI  13 st, of New York, Nov Yoik  ocoupntiou luburcr, i.itenda to H;-p!y  Tor pi-riniMl'in to jiuichaso tho folouUf:  dtuorilx-l luuiU:���������CuuiiDviici' K "*'* t \ml  plimtt'd V20 ch>im- wu.t aud 10 c'uin-t  north ul tiio south cuflt co. bn of I-chc*!  415, tin non HOMlh fiOohaiiiM, tlicwt'i* eout -it*  cbuliu thenco until 80 chubs, tliui-0  wcat 40 chnlna to point of ooumiM'u-i mo t  oonUiniiiK -'.Ml nori!.* nnno or lota,  WALTER-HBUliLL BEST  Vuhot M. Uibltui*, Ayon*.  Onto Jun j 24th, IHl'J,  -MADE IN CANADA  OHM  iJ  CAK  ti������yv������un] Lnnd Ui.triuL  DUtriot cf Sivwltnl.  TAKK KOlfe that CJiaiIo������ lVntiy of  Vtiucouvcr, 1). C; ocjUj>ivtI*.n. CJUtruot^r,  lutindito*pily l-r t)������..iiii*.'>l*������o t'i pur-  o!������Mihflfoi|o*inir de*oiil'ul hitnl-i:���������  L'omraciioini* at ������. l-o-it plautcl ut tlu  M.iotli o������fll ooin >i of lot M>, Ih** c; w'osl  ���������j;ich������l������������, lh������'iic������ twatJ" fc*.-������JL'if, tjuwo  ���������nnt ID ij'Mfnii, nn'i c> (t'T h H ' c'miiiu tn  tjoiut ������.f ooniniuicijui-uii coptiiniwR 81W  ���������loroainoro or Wh.  Cuahuuu rit;,,Ni'  Fsher M. t>*Ao&*, Ai&A.  I)*U<] Jun������ lOili, 1012.  Be.sf Yeas.  in the World  Sold and  Used  Everywhere  E.W.C01cllC������..L!i'.  Tcronto.Ont  Siiywnrd L<\iii] Diatriot.  Uifltnotofi3������ywBrd,  TAKK NOTICE ih.t Cnarlm Ii--������iy  lkit, ������-f Now V'������������rk, N. Y��������� occupation  1-Icsuimi- Lit I'tl-i to *������p;ly f������r pfimi-'uhiii  ti jioroliM** tti'i fi-llt-wlng ������li nortticvl Und*:  Commcs,ci c et ������ p *i 1 luntrJ ut the  north ean ccrr-xr of l������t 5J'������, tbiooenoith  W-.Un'-ofl. Ib-trun-fiitt il������ ttaii:B,-Ilia-re  mnth Wohti n-, tiwtiMAwt ������ <h.fi������ H      Victoria, Jan.i d'Y  ��������� ������-ton. *">  |jolnt of tomnimwmtnt esnt-inibR -tcli-atcr of l-fifnuift-t* Kllii">n hnt-  In-en  ''"���������^"^fAnLK'UlKNRV^Tltakeu.erion.ly iii with acute ap  Pl.linr M. Outelun. A^bi. I*t������mlicitni ft������d i* now in tho V tc-  D.tWuoe.0.1), 101.. j toria !;o.'pil;;l. ���������THE NEWS,; CTBIISE'RTJAm tt C  - ,'*** (.-  KIDNEY PAINS  IN THE BACK  !���������-;   r\, ' ��������� , j  jUould Not Stand or Even Torn In Bed  ���������Legs Greatly Swollen        .  A NEW INVENTION  All Doctor's    Medicine    Failed���������Cure  Effected by Use of  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PUIS  Again- this great medicine has trl-  nmphed over kidney diseases ot a so-  vero type. From a bed of' Buffering  &nd helplessness Mrs.'Walsh was restored to health and strength by using Dr. Chase'8 Kidney-Liver Pills.  Kidney pains ln tho back tortured  her. Dropsical swellings had sot..  Sa and sho had no reason to hopo for  cure, sinco the doctor's medicine failed to even relieve lie v. Head what  tho husband says about-, this remarkable cure.  , Mr. Thos. JO. Walsh, Plctou, N.S..  writes:���������"Two years ago my wlio tools.  to her bed after suffering for a lou.q  ���������time from kidney pains In*tho back.  Sho' was not able to stand on her  jfeeL, or even turn herself In bed. The  doctor's medicine was no benefit whatever, that wo could see. Sometimes  ilier legs would .swell considerably.  Reading about a, woman   in  .similar  ��������� condition beiag cured by Dr. Chase's  ; Kidney-Liver Pills, we purchased two  boxes and when these were used she  . -was able to sit up.     With three more  boxes she was restored to health and'  doing her own housework.  "As,for ravsclf I also found these  .pIHs0aJl that is claimed for them. I'  glye- this statement. In order that others may obtain the same ease from  suffering as that experienced by, my  - wife and myself."  '  Oiie pill a dose, 25c. a box, at all  dealers or Bdmansou, Bates   &   Co.,  Limited. Toronto.  _=__S*  very." do-  Only a Decoy  ��������� I think she will make a  tnestic wife. I have been calling on  her for' several months now and always find her darning one of her father's socks.   ' .  But have you noticed that it' is always tlie samo old sock?   .  High Finance  ' Why do you keep asking people for-  _nhange._for_a_dqlIai' and then asking  >ther people To give you'a dollarffor"  ���������your change?     ���������,      ,. ��������� , " ,."  Wel^ somebody may make a-nils-  tako in change somo time. ..And, be-'  lleve me, it won't be me,     " ���������  Pain Flees Before It.���������--There -.s  moro virtue i**. a bottle of Dr. Thomas'. Electric* Cil as a subduer ot pain  than in gallons of other medlclno. The  Jublic know this and there aro few  ouseliokls throughout the country  whero It cannot be found. Thirty  * yews of use .-.**s,familiarized the people with it, and made it a household  Uiedlclne throughout the ..western  world.  A Bridge of Ants  ��������� A species of ants whicli spin silk  Ss ���������common In hot countries, The  ints nest in trees, binding tho leaves  -together to mako their nests.. The  . .illk used for his purpose Is'not secreted by tho adult ants, but by tho.larv-  no. In ordor to attach tho silken  threads and draw the loaves together  the* .ants must carry tho larvae about  !rom leaf to leaf, When two distant  teayos are to be drawn together ft re-  Aiafkablo mo'-.liod Is employed. Flvo  or six aiits form a chain bridging the  g*ip behyeon the leaves, each' gripping  tho waist of another In Its mandibles.  A number ot such chains will co-opor-  .ito In bringing two leaves together.  Minard's  Llnlmsnt  Cures  Cows  Gargfil   in  Folhwn Instructions  Tho father of a small family tolls  us-this one:  My wlfo Instructed our littlo boy  ���������when ho wns Invited out to lunch tho  other day that when he was askod to  havo n second helping of cako ho  should rofuso It. You must sny: Ni.  I thank you, l'vn had enough, mild  sho.     And don't you forget It,  Ilo didn't. When nuked If ho'd  havo Homo moro cake, he said, N***,  I thank you; l'vo had enough and  don't you forgot It!  An All-British Lord Mayor  When 1 got out of bed this morn-  InR I loft behind mo Irish linen shoeO  ���������and Wltnoy blankets. I wont Into  tho bathroom nnd used English noan  and Irish tnwoln. I ilref-meil lu  Scotch twoods nml put 'on KngllHii-  mndo hoots, and wont to l-rc-aktuut  supplied wlully with Ilrltlsh produce  As far nr* 1 am.concerned, ovorythln**,  I oat, drink, and wear conies from  tho Ilrltlsh Umpire. Such wiib th'.'  Interesting oonf'-HHloii .mndo n , fovv  dnyii ago by Sir T. \'oj.oy SI mil,*;.  Lord Mayor of London, ln connection  Vil^ii   Uio   iiivi. i;.-tt ...   tv,   ...<  ������... .1. ...o,l  i'h"ppln'.'' v.'f.M*.  Safety Appllanco Is Added to'Grind  Trunk Equipment '���������-. " ���������- '��������� ���������  Of all tho multitude of problems and  anxiety whloh .piake 'the* head* ot a  railroad onicial-Jiko his that.wears a  crown, Ho unoa^fly,' none Is of greater  Importance than the safety of passengers and tho stability of equipment..  A railroad system.however carefully  organized and efficiently manned* ls^a  human device and accldents"aro' bound  to occur although reduced to a minimum. When-accldents, lnjbo form  of collision occur, lt generally follows  that many valuable lives aro lost and  that'a number, of.expensive cars nro  reduced to matchwood'. Passengers  realize that their greatest danger, la  telescoping, but few of them know that  telescoping Is duo to the fact that tho  body of the car merely vests upon tho  trucks and is unconnected with It save  for a two inch centro pin of negligible  importance.  Wero it possible to make a solid unit  of body aud truck the, problem would  appear to have been solved. .This  however cannot-be done for the ono  must bo readily detachable * from tho  other to facilitate repairs. How then  to mako them detachable at need and  yet a'solid unit ln operation is a question that has been solved by the Grand  Trunk System after nearly two years  careful work and its solution can fairly be claimed to mark, the greatest  advance In railroading since Westing-  house brought out his air-brake. No  .other railroad on this continent has  taken any steps to work out such an  equipment and n6 other railroad'in tho  world has bsen.'able to work out anything of practical value.  No invention of such' importance  was ever .simpler.'* Only five solid  castings. Ao complicated o: frngilv*  machinery.. Nothing to gel out ,or  work or be wrongly used.* When assembled the device resembk-b nothing  so much as two .gigantic nuts, one" super-imposed upon th ��������� other, and held  together by easily removed , vertical  keys and pin.., In- a' collision the  force of the Impact stops tho trucks  of each car but since the object that  has been struck continues to, move  and the bodies have a tendency to follow them; while the sudden application of 'the brakes to the trucks slmu -  taneons with the Impact also, causes  the* bodies to move, these last become partially or entirely shifted from  their normal'position: upon the trucks.'  The Impact strikes the platforms of  trucks first of all and if these remained even the dangeV ot telescoping  would be small but when the bodies  are shifted one inch higher than an-  other. its platform climbsupon the  lower platform and "the lwcT~bocfiosf  crush.into each"other.  It is evident that some force must  be applied to counteract the movement of the bodies and the only one  available has never been taken advantage of���������brake forco. which acts  upon,the wheels that are attached to  the truck. This Is why a device had  to be planned that would make truck  and body a unit so as to allow the  brake to act upon them both. A In addition tho joining of the track to the  body hangs the weight of tho former  upon either end of the latter and to  that, extent helps lo preveut the body  from rising up.  Impressed with * certain ��������� accidents,  Mr. J. Coleman, -superintendent 'if  tho Grand Trunk Car Department at  Point St. Charles, started to work  upon this ldaa, as^hao been said nearly two years ago.'" Last August he  submitted his Invention,* which ho describes as a centrifugal lock ln the  centre plato of the car, to tho President, Mr. Chamberlln, who was so  impressed with Its value" tliat ho ordered the device to bo added to all  future equipment nnd at tlio present  time It is being,built Into 00 ' Grand  Trunk Pacific passenger cars.  Tho weight of these oars varljs  from 80,000 lb's.for a baggage car *o  115,000 pounds for a passenger coach,  whllo the woight of trucks varies from  12,000-pounds for a four wheeled truck  to 20,000 pounds for a six wheeled  truck.'  Within tho past month or so tho  Board of Railway Commissioners, ovl-  dontly Impressed also with the danger  ot telescoping and Its causo, gave notice to tho Cmadlan Railways that nt  a futuro seaalon it would Inquire what  was to be dono to obviate tho clangor  and why they should not bo mndo lo  fasten body and truck together in  somo way, Por this reason nothing  has boon said hy tho Grand Trunk  about Its device us tho compnny was  desirous of obtaining first tho approval of tho Commissioners,, but Grand  Trunk ofllclnls fool no small pride that  In thlH important matter thoy have  boon tho plo.ionrs of all the railroads  of tho world and nro eonfldont that  tlioy hnvo added Immeasurably to the  safety of passenger travel,  *v;  /''  *-��������� /  'i*...  raDESICN 66, HANDSOME DWELLING 30X34. CONTAINING  ] SEVEN ROOMS tBATH. LUMBER AND MIUWORK FI0.8.MIU.   *L8,_fi.a-������J ���������: ���������  GET YOUR LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES  DIRECT FROM THE ML  Save From $100 Tp $200 On the Carload By Ordering From  Us.     We Guarantee  You Standard Grades At  Lowest  Prices.  Do riot decide your building pro jectsf or jfche coming season until you have  seen our special lumber price list. It gives the price of our lumber laid down  at your .nearest station and should prove of very gr$at interest to every man  or woman who wants to get the best value for. his or hei imoney. Write for it  now and. study it over carefully by your fireside. Compare our prices and  the quality of our lumber. Note the saving advantages of our system when  computing the cost of your home or barn.- ���������    .  You will find it much to your benefit to investigate our method of direct  dealing. . You will find it satisfactory and economical. We guarantee to!  furnish the highest,grades, and we ship direct from the mill to your nearest  station.. There are no handling expenses for unloading, storing or insuring  (which usually amounts,to $3 or $4 per thousand feet) to, be. added, to .-our  prices.     .'        ���������    ���������/.*'���������        ,      .,    ' ���������_     '"       "���������' -'; '"'������������������'���������-  ";*  ' ' "���������   '''",*.���������.'  "������������������  .  carload'of 18,000 feet. The average house or barn will require this amount.  If ^cwj^do hot need this quantity, we suggest that you and those,of you neighbors also needinga small amount form a club aiid order, a carload between  ���������---^j-r*-"*.���������^   ... *     ,        ��������� ���������       , .... . ���������        ���������  <���������<  ? -'y  LET US PLAN YOUR  HOUSE OR BARN  All our stock plans are,;,designed by  licensed architects, deslgnedAwlth a view  to strength, warmth, beauty, utility and  economy1 ln construction, You will find  them fully illustrated- tn the lumber section of.*our catalogue, to which you should  refer, -.*  SEND IN YOUR BILLS OF  MATERIAL NOW  Do not allow this Important- Item to  stand over until .tho last minute. Send  ln your bills as early aa possible, preferably at once, and wo will quote you tho  cost of all the material laid down at your  station.  i- '"^gmmmtm  mi, ,\i.lt i  ���������_��������� ���������.,!_.������������������  Y������f\\,'*rny ���������;,,i-  >T. EATON C9���������������  WINNIPEG CANADA  mm  m  WMy**'yy'%  i     ���������      ;   Ajy^v. * ���������"Kv\'  Chapped Hands  Won't llolhrr  You  if instead of  soap you use  SNAP, the  original hand  cleaner. -  SNAP cop-  tain*'uo lye or  ncids, but Rlycerlnf nnd neutrnl  oil"- which keep llie skin smooth  and iu splendid condition.  Try SNAP tor ������ week and notice  the ilUIcrctice. 47  SNAP  Oil r(io,������j-i,,tJ������s. [Lilly,   Ritttoup'.r.a.  W- U   U. 9J������-  Tricking the Bobby  A Dublin eccentric a abort timo nfio  entered ;i purveyor's phop nnd bousnt  11 !mm. Having paid for hl������ pur-  eluiise, lie ro'iuoBted that It Bhould bo  liuiiK outsldo tlio Bliop door, sayini*;  U111L ho would cull buck for It. Tlio  cimtoiiier then paced up nnd down out  iiiil'* tlio shop till a policeman rnino in  nil-lit, and just aa tho man   In   bluo  k-ilttfyit*      **t.)      V,'  C       *��������� -        ������ia *���������   1 t 1       * ��������������� .1.11  nnd hiiUr-rt, The r'ftiiRlfthlo, howove",  Boon collared tlio thief, 111*1 ho tlioiiK-it  and linnled lilm back to tho Bliop. Hav-  ln{{ explained the nature of the n,'-  loKcd crime lo tho shop nnnlBtnnt, he  asked tho lattoi* to elijirRO tho offend-  llut, eaid the assistant, na lie realized tho Joke, U'b IiIr own ham. Ilo  wa������ quite nt liberty to take It in any,  clrcumntwiccs he eliose.  WOMAN  DIVINER FINDS SPRINQ8  AND METAL8  Rich Petroleum Well One of the Fruits  of Her Remarkable Gift  Madamo Charlotto von Tuokoory,  a Hungarian, who Ib ondowod  with* tho romarkablo gift of divination,  will shortly arrivo ln Parla on her way  to London,  From har childhood eho has nmus-'d  herself by exorcising her peculiar  powera ln search of water nnd motalB  on lho groat Hungarian plains,  Sho haB frequently discovered  6prlngB, tho '.'.\lBtonco of which no 0110  BUHpcctod, antl 0110 of hor nchlovj-  inonts was tho locating ot ' four  BprlngB on tho estate ot HerrKubollk,  In Bohemia, whllo nho w.ib tho guest  of tho famou** violinist.  Her iiBiial method la to mako uno ol  a dlvlnuirs rod made of hazohvoo.l cr  willow, which sho allows to lead her  over tho ground, In this way she  hac discovered not only flpvlngs of wator and potroleuni, but also Bcama of  gold, Bllvor and coal.  Last year, while travelling ln Hun-  Rary, paBBlng through a district called  Noutra, elio was ablo by hor extreme  Ronsiblllty, to indlcato that for bIx  and a half mlnutea the train had passed near deposits of gold and Hllver.  ''Ono of hor latest successes has been  llie uiscoNviy oi <������ lUh ,;il.'w������;'.i'.v.  i:prlni; ne:ir "-Tanove,- at n depth of 7������0  feet, which Ih now being exploited.  Mme. von Tuekbery, who Is a tall,  handsome? woman of about 40, Js nn-  ablo to account for her wonderful gift.  While Ht-archlng fov hidden nprltiRH  ....*��������� -    ",     ,' ll-..    ,.    Ti'r-rrinrt  walking In her Bleep,  GALL STONES  Kidney 8toi-.cn and Gravel nro aulck-  ly expelled from tho system by tha  uuo of  SANOL  which has heen a signal success  throughout Canada nn a complolo  cure of Kidney Troublo and nil Urlo  Aftlil DlacnsoH. Wn will sond'letters  lolling ot many oureu to ull who will  wrlto us, .    J'rlco $1..CO Per Dottlo at all Lending  Druggists.  THE 8ANOL M'FQ.  CO., LTD.  WINNIPEG, MANITOBA  He Got It  Teacher���������Wlillo, glvo mo a Bentonco  in which tho term hook and oyo Id  lined.  Willie*���������Mo ond pa wont flBhln.' Pa  told mo to bait mo hook an' I did.  Weatherw!se Birds and Fish  Tho seagull makes a splendid living  barometor. If a convoy of soagiills  ily Boaward early ln the,morning sailors and flBhonaon know that tho day  wlll bo'.flno and tho wind fair, but If  tho birds koop Inland, though thoro bo  no. hazo hanging out toward tho B<*a  to denoto unrlcaBant woather, Interested folk, know that tho elements will  bo unfavorable. Of all wonthorwlso  flBh tho dolphin la the moBt romarlc-  ablo, During a ilerco galo or a atorm  at nca tho mariner knows that tho  ond of lt Is near If ho can seo a dolphin or n number of that flah BportlnR  on tho hlKh boh waves,  Force of Habit,  TTe wns an old merchant who had  built up a big business by advertising.  John paid hi*, wife. v,h*d do '���������oil  want on your tombsione?  Ob. he answer* d, It Isn't very Important what lhe text Ih bo long ns It  RfU good Byacu and la well ilia-  played.  Stronger Than bympalhy  I am glad to nee, anyhow, that yoj  nymfmthlxo with th'j under Ai>i{ In thla  barbaroim fight  Sympathise with lilm? nosh, mister.  all the money I've got is no on that  daws!  Mlnard'i  Liniment Cure* Dlphthirlt  Tho Hudson Bay Company's post nt  Port Cteorge,' British Columbia, aro  laying tholr plan** and making arrang :*  mentis to have their noxt season sup-  pllu_ conic in by way of Kdmonton  and Teto Jauno Cache over the Grand  Trunk Pacific Hallway. This arrango  ment marks a new feature in transportation ovor that country, aa heretofore all freight had to be drawn ln  by waggon ������vt-r the old caribou road  fur -a dlaUncc of IC* mile", nnd theno"  by steamer for another 130 mllca.  During tho coming Reason ihijiy will  bj able to bring their freight to Teto  Jaime Cache, and then down the Fra-  ser with their own scow������ manned with  nttlve Indiana*  What Ih moro tragic than to forgot  on "tho morning after" that convincing oscuso you gavo'tho'night beforo?  *��������������������������� i.hi      1       1 mtmam mtm*������i*mt*  More Like It  By Jove, eaid Dlngloborry, orilhuB-  lafitlcally, look at that girl Bitting on  .tho beach thero. ' Isn't olio a perfect  Nnjad!  liepc, cald wipr-iMhrtrpi*' Rho hnnn't  been nonv tho water���������she's moro of a  Dry*nd.  Phllllpplne Foreste  PoreBtB of tho PhllllpplnoB, according to a Kovcrmnont export, contain  lill')|M������V,Mii'j|'ll\t'i   \ri>-������iu   CiV.   tj"   l'-J.W.li r.'.,  one-halt as much as in tho forest ro-  BorvoB ot tho United States, but on  ono-oljjhtb the area of land.  As a vermicide thoro Is no prepara-  tlon that oquiilB Mother GraveH1 Worm  Kxtormlnntor. It has saved the llvos  of countloas chlldroii.  FIRE-FREE  The One  Ideal Gift  Innlat on  this  tradomnrk  on all your  records  ��������� for all the family  for all the year  around is a Trademark  Columbia Grafonola  Ask your nearest Columbia  dealer to play you the specia  Xmas Columbia Records. (Fit  any machine.)  Columbia Phonograph Company  McKinnon Building, Toronto, O-U.  Torrltory Opon to Doalorr������  1    1  Regularity   o( the bowifli ii nn ab-ielnte neci*"i-.  lity for good health. Unlesi the  t,f.ie matter from the food which  collects there it cot r''- ������' ������t If a it  on������ ��������� day, it decay* and poiioni the  whole body, cautinfj* bitiouincu, indi-  lettion and nick headaches. Salti  and other harsh mineral purgative*  Irritate the delicate lining ol the  bowels. Dr. Mone'������ Indian Root  Pill*���������entirely vegetable ��������� uguUto  the bowels effectively without ueak������  enlng, sickening or griping,  Uie  Dr, Morses   M  UndUn Root Plllo  Little  Damage on Rocky, Mountains  Forest Fteserveo This 8eason  During the season of 1012 thero havo  beon no dnngorous fires within cllhor  tho nrnzenu or Athabaaka Forouts of  tho Rocky Mountains KoroBt Heaervo.  Thoro havo boon a fow nmall flres  along tho now railway under construction within tho Brazcnu Reserve,  enMnofl by nocllceneo nn the part of  contractorB, but throtiRhout tho soasofi  tho weather condition*- lu\\i been tm  favorable that tho danger of oorloua  flres wan almost noRllKlblo.  Tlio Brazcnu nnd AthnbaBka foreBtB  nro tho two northerly dlvlalonR of tho  Inrfo Tloekv Mountains forest reserve,  and with proposol additions eonBtl-  luto ovor ono third the total area ot  tho "Rocky Mountains forost reserve on  the.eastern slopo of tho Rocky Mountains, or about four nnd a half million  ncrPB. The ofllco of tho torent -supervisor of theso reserves is now -sltuajod  within the Braze au reserve, at Mile 37,  of tho Albcrtn Coal Branch, 4(5 miles  uouthweat of Kdnon, the flr-it division,  nl point on tho main lino of the G.T.  P. Ily., 1G0 mllctJ west of Kdmonton.  Diirln*? 1ho season of 1012 there havo  been fifteen forest raiiKors In all stationed at different points over the two  reservf-fl. This. (>t course, is a very  tuadci'tat*? tore.o for iiueh a Inrpe  area.  -SHAW'S 8CHOOL8  The Oohtral Bualnosa CoUoko, Toronto, with four City branch schools,  Tho Central TeloKraph and Railroad  School and Tho Shaw Corrospondonco  School, aro now commonly known as  "Shaw's Bchools," In theso schools  a croat work is bolnp; dono ln tralnln.  ������������������nin-f ti^nriln toe h������*liies-B purfliilrn  nnd for oarnins Rood salarlos. Tho  annual curriculum is iiitereAtiui*; uud  Is mailed freo on aondlnp* request to  W. H. Bhaw. Prosldont. Toronto, Ont.  A Fine Velce  Smith���������-Vour wlfo has n'flno* voice.-  Jones���������Yes, ono of tho best in th*  world; othorwiso it would havo bcoa  worn out sovoral yoaro ago,.  Did she give htm anything to remember her first husband by?  Yes; herself;  Boy'a Good Queia  The etory iu toM of Juduo MeCatr-  loss of Wichita, who has tho distinction of belnrf lho leanest man In tho  istatc, that, ho was ono day walking  along a street In Kansas City whon  ho noticed that a hound dog wan trailing him. After ho had gone a block  nnd tho dog was stilt trailing him. lio  turned to n street-gamin nnd nskej;  liny, wlinr. do you tmppnso that do.ij  Is'following mo for?  Well, mister, snid fho hoy ns he-  ���������looked tho Judge over from head to  foot, I dunno exactly, but ray Idea is  thnt ho takes you tor a -tone.  i*_____ariitt  *���������"'*'"*' "-rnrr t"l  I 1  .-ffHB'NBWS;*' CmiBERLAm B. C  ���������A.  V  v -.-'  11  ������������  BOWSER'S HENS,  He Almost, Trades Hii House For  .     a1 Chicken Farm. ������������������.���������''.���������."^  BUT THE MRS. OBJECTS TO It;  w  And After Much Discussion the Happy  . Family. Decide to Settle Their Difference**   In   the   Divorce- Court���������Mr.  Bowser Reneges. '  >  -..-".  By M. QUAD.   ,  -Copyright, 1012, toy Assaclated- Literary  Press,]..  ���������*���������-_*��������� _r AS thoro a farmer named  Cavendish horo thla after-  jitton; to look over the  , 'house?'' naked Mr. Bowser  ���������when he came(homo, to dinner-,  ^"Why, 1saw a:mnn peeking and peering from tho outside, but ho didn't  conic In.'.' replied Mrs. Bowser���������  '" ."Perhaps;he' hadn't the time to see  the ..Interior." .  ������������������'Wiis   Mr.'. Cavendish'thinking'ol  liulldlng a house'liUe burs?'!..A-      A    *  . "1 hardly think so.'1"  . "Just,wanted topeek and peer, eh?"  "Perhaps." .  .   When Mr, Bowser got ready to explain   why   Farmer   Cavendish "'was.  snooping around the neighborhood,,he  would do.so, but not until then, and it'  wns no uso to'ask questions.   It was.  half an hour after dinner when he eaid:  "Mrs.*.Bowser, oil one or, two occasions wo have discussed the subject of  atii'rliug'a chicken farm.",  . "Yes; I. remember.'!,,,   -, .,'���������    Y  "1 had a chance'to make a small fortune; but 3*ou discouraged me."  "I simply,showed you why you could  not make a d'ojlar."., **,    *. . -���������*..������������������ A >-, ':  "You .mean you juggled figures on  aie, while-1 was dead right In mine..-1  "I.SAW.A MAN P-ERINa AROUND,'! .  luive about' made' ftp Exchange with  Farmer   Cavendish. - He,  takes   this.  house, and ,1 take his farm." .  -"And-you stnrtiyour chicken farm?"  "ISsactly." ���������'.',     " '-':  '*'���������  "When do wo go.?",   ������������������.'   ,  ���������Wot,'until next'spring.   Thnt, will  tiro me lots of time'to'read'" np on  Apoultry.-'A "'; * ���������"'���������:-"-' ���������-���������'" "������������������ ��������� '"    ,"  '"Well,1 I'm not-going to say a word  lo dlscourago you."  ].;, ���������' ���������'' -,, Bow������er't|.B������rgiln.- ;;v*.''  ; -'You couldn't If you tried, IJhavo  been over tlio llgures time and again,  ind I know Just .what I can dp with'  poultry, 1 liavo also hnd a banker verify my f)gures. , 1 cau mako thousands  of dollars a year right off the reel."  "Tlint will bo nlco.   You have the  figures with you, 1 suppose."  A.'.'l bare.',' - AV  '���������':',,   -���������.  i "Well, you hnvo the name of being  t very shrewd man,-and I nm glad to  ��������� henr-tliat yoli feel you bare-nt last*  struck n big thing.   Tho outdoor llfs  will, bo a great tb'Iug,for you.   Will,  you let mo look over your figures?" . **  "You want to pick them to pieces, ns  roil did beforo."  , /"But how can any ono pick a bunk-  >r's figures to pieces?" *��������� , ' , '���������  "That's so-tluil's so," raid.Mr-Bow-  io'\ with u slgli of relief. "Woll," hero  lliey aro, nnd you can look (licjn over,"  ���������'.IfIt nbout llvo inlnulos' study Mrs,  Bowser asked:  "Wlint does Mr. Cavendish leitvo on  lho farm V"        .       ,.,        ,    ..,  i "Why, notlilng al nil," wiui lho reply.  ' "Not. even a" pig nor a farm iinplo-  nionl?"  "1-1 guess not,   You see. I'm going  ' lo.'tnako n cjilcken farm of It, and why  should he leave anything?"  "You will Imvo to hnvo nt least on  horse, won't you?"  "Oh, certainly." M '  "Aud a cow nnd ri pig?"   '''  "Yos."      ., -   '  "Aro you '*olng to buy all ilio feed  for Uiem nnd your hens to boot or  raise it?"  * "Raise It. of courso," repllod  Mr.  Bowser, looking a Utile startled.  . /Then you must imvo n plow, u, drug,  [won, shovels, seeds, rakes and n hired  man,  If you simply buy what Is eaten  It Is going to cost n lot of money."  , "Tliero you go, lliidlng fault nlrondy.';  "it's bin������piy  u  iinu-ivf "ji  iioain������������m.  Thorn Is nn outlay to ho figured on  here,   It Involves several liundred dollars a year.  You must seo thnt." ���������  Opposition.  "J seo (lint you nro opposing me, ns  I knew yon would!"  "No opposition nt all, Mr, Bowser,  I sen you prow:-- tn (-(art out  wllh  HWilCPSl" -      ���������  "I do, nnd I flpir* oo ISO cgjs a  flay,"  "If yon g������t ien doscn a dsy II will  be n big nrerngp. Very few hens lay  twy day. You can put your Income  U 12-60 ft (Jpy for, n loriff time."  ^.���������"Wby, broilers; will Irlnjr na jju .at  least 910 a day," be shouted.  ' '"I see, you are going ln for.Incubators.  Just count on raising half the  chickens hatched, and'it.Jakes weeks'  land weeks for a. chick to "becomo a  *,broiler}-.-Meah.whiio you can figure on  the gapes taking off about R fifth of  your 200 hens," --   A  ; "1  knew!' she ���������wonld���������I   knew  she  would!" esclaiihed Mr. Bowser as he  walked nbouttho room.  "Mi'. Cavendish has no ben.farm and  therefore has ho coops' or wire fencing,  What are, you going to,do,about 'em?  You'll havo to. have a carpenter at work  for many days." ..,*  "Hear her go on! !Just bear ber!"  "You can't possibly attend to the  mahy things connected: with poultry  raislug, but must hire a boy at least.  Have you flgtircd on-his wages-and  board?'?- * .   .  Mr." Bowser could not utter s word In  reply.. _  /'You must have a-ono horse wagon  todrivo to aud from the market. What  will such a, vehiclo cost? How far did  you,say.the Cavendish farm Is from a  shipping point?'}  . '.'Four .hundred million miles I" shrieked the chicken man in his agony. _ ^  . "I see,'', said Mrs. Bowser, in the  same calm arid "oven way, "that you  figure on buying 200 .bens at 25 cents  each, Please tell me who has hens to  part with at that price. You'll be lucky  to g'eftbo scrubbiest kind at that figure. "The farmer can kill them and get  double .the mouey.. Good layers will  cost you at least 75 cents each."     '������������������  ���������* The,Family Jar.  "More   dragging .-me  down-more���������  more!"'" * .''/,-.  . "I'm sorry If you. think so, but it  s'ee/ns wo ought.to figure "close on,an  enterprise like this. The way- lt looks  to me you'll want several thousand  dollars ln cash to get r start, and,then;  the eggs and broilers may possibly pay  for the feed and hired help. It's all  right, however. I'm tired of city life  and shall hail the change. If will also  be a great thing for your backaches'  and shivers. And think of us standing  together in.our,back door of a morning  and seeing the sun rise! Why, that,  alone will bo worth"��������� ��������� . '     A "  "���������.-.Woman," Interrupted Mr. Bowser in  teiise tones, "you have a-lawyer?!!   .  .-, "Yes." . '  ,        J   ..'      ��������������������������� ���������  I  ' "So have I.,.������"-BV*. ��������� / ���������* . ��������� ��������� \ ���������  /.-"Yes."*- * ��������� ��������� - ;;���������������������������, 7 ~. ���������'-* '  ��������� "They-can get together.and plan for  a'dlvoree without publicity,".* ' A  "But why uot have publicity���������lots of  publicity?" she asked.; "If you aire  going to start,a hen .farm you want all  .tlie advertising fyou can get. It will  'be~worthr?500"to~yourscheme"t9~have*"  tho papers como"out with: 'We understand that Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bowse*.* havo Sought the divorce court--be-  cause they could riot agree ns to how  many eggs a speckled hen" should'.lay-  In a-week, working only union hours.  Any bnnker'Jn tho-.country could have  given them the exact number.'."  Mr. Bowser choked and gasped and  swallowed, but tlie. English language  went back on him, and lio walked  dowu-.tbo ball and out of tho house.  "Whoro he wont uo one knows, but he  came sneaking In at midnight, .nnd.ten  minutes after ho struck tho bed he.waB  muttering in his sleep:  . "Two hundred hens!   .  "Flvo hundred broilers!  1  "Twenty dozen eggs n day!  A"Mrs, Bowser must go!".  MR." GROUCH.  tfta aot up with a grouch, and he scolded  hia wife. * ..   -    '' *  ���������He told her tliat aha was the bane of hie'  lifo.. -   ' -    ���������'���������-.'  Mo scolded the children and cuffed them  ���������' around,   " *     ... - - ���������    ���������  '.  Bin voice had a harsh and a blood chilling sound.      '. .   i  ' " ���������   .  Re scolded the cook because she'd slept  ,late. .-��������� ���������    ,  And he scolded about everylhlnc that h*  ate.  i ���������*'  lie scolded the driver upon the front seat,  And'ho scolded and spluttered concerning:  - tho neat.  [To scolded policemen at crossing's becaus������  Thoy held up their, hands, and compelled  him to pause. , .'-.',-  He scolded because of the, puncture' they  sot.  VOICE OF HIS MASTER/  ie Recognized It tho Very Moment It  Struck Him.  A' man dowu in North Carolina lived  fill) his wife for sevcu years and dur-  eg that time ho camo to hare a very  lealtby regard for��������� her physical supe-  flority, - After meekly submitting .to  ill the kicking nud cutting that he  ���������ould stand he left home and took up  bis* residence nt the home of a farmer  about seven miles distant, ���������'*  One day hewas worklug in the field  ivhen his employer brought lilm the  message  that  some one wnuted ��������� to  ipeak with, lilm over the telephone,  presumably his wife,   no dldu't dis-  "By thoscowl on his facoyouM have known i ibey tho authority of tbe womau, even  he was hot. - [ \i n distance, uud bo hurried to answer  lho call.  EMBARRASSING,  The   Tragedy  of   th*   Push    Button  Lights.  OKB lights are very hard to ma-'  nlpulate," eaid youug Blffklns.  "They are made.that wuy on  purpose.   They ruu llko this;   '.   . .  "P(  He scolded the newsboy that got in his  . way,    "        . '     -..  Aiid he scolded becauso It said, "Warmer  today." i  Ho scolded tlie clerks and looked horribly  cross ��������� o  *  When he entered the,office in which ho  was boss.   ���������  He scolded because there was dust on hU  i     - chair ���������     -   ' .  And because there were-snarls In the office boy's-.halr.  is ..i ���������*".-',.' -    ;.   -A  The stenoff. cdfne ln after his work waa  begun,   - - ��������� /  Ho had called for her twice; she went ln  .     on the run.  Did he scold when "she, trembling, began'  t*, -    to explain . '"  'That a wreck at a crossing had halted her  train?  Did ho snarl at tho girl as he'd snarled at  his wife?  Did ho ehow his .Impatience? , Tou  bet  your sweet life! .,,*,..  ;P. S,-Perhaps *we should say,  lest -you  -.*,.* *..* 'think him a brute,     i  ' Tho stenog. was not youthful; noi  was sho a beaut.'  *, ���������    ��������� ���������Chicago Record-Herald,  He had .had no experience with tho  lolepboue, and it was. with wonder and  hesitation-that"'ho picked up tho" re-  telver. About that time lightning  struck the Hue, and the shock throw  blm to tbe iloor.  lUslng from the Iloor with nlook of  r-mn-'cment, nud with a dubious look  it tbo Instrument,, be said softly, "I'll  be doggoned if it wasu't ber."���������National Monthly. * -    -,    '  12  8  4 1  MHO  IT'S  DIFFERENT.  Something  Quite  Unique  "In   Winter. Street" Suits,',  "What makes you so* sleepy today,  old man?"     ' -  "I wns up at 4 this morning."  "Come off! You never got up at 4 In  your life."    *  "1 dldu't sny I got up. I said I was  up."-Bostou Transcript. '"'.  Inevitable Cemment.  A committee of invcstlgatiug scientists approachedn lady. ,  . ".Madam," said Professor Prewlns,  thev spokesman, offering her a magnificent, chrysanthemum of rare and love*  ly hue. "Mndtiui, permit- mo to pre-  teut this flower to you as a token' of  mir high regard."  She clasped the splendid blossom in  ber lily baud.        ,  J       "  Breathlessly the committee awaited  her reply. .    "How beautiful it is!" she answered.  '.What an exquisite shade of purple!  should love to have a dress of that  olor."   -   '������������������>' -/ .-.  v    ������������������ \    '-'s ��������� ���������  DiC I'rewin's nodded knowingly.to the  ommittee as If to say, "I told you so.!'  The.committee winked to the professor aiid .whispered, "_ou win."���������Newark News.  ,    . Its Parent.  .Tones had invited a. friend to dinner  and asked him to carve a chicken that  was placed before him. The guest set  out to work, with a good will, but after  a deal of muscular exercise wa3 compelled to acknowledge himself beaten.  ."Where,in the name of leather did  you get that bird?" ������������������   .*      -!    .  "I don't know," replied tho host, "unless ltshould prove "to bo the offspring  >f some hard boifed egg."-New' York  -G!?_:*���������. ���������.'-,, --..������������������ "J *:,     : *-^���������������������������  "You'would natura|lythlnk that, he-  ginning on the left, No. 1 would light  the porch, No, 5J tho parlor, No. a the  iliulug room, No, 4 tbe bathroom and  No. 5 tho .bedroom. But thut Is not  tho way it works.  "Tlio very first one is for the bathroom, No. U is tho porch light, No. 3  lights the parlor, No. 4 lights tbo bedroom and No, fi lights the dining1 room.  "Olio cvoniiiK last summer I wanted  id go downstairs and get. a drink of  water.;' Air tbo lights were out bo-  cause it wus so warm and for other  reasons. ���������Undo Billy was taking a  bath in tho dark becnuso it was too  warm to pull down the shade.' I did  not want any light becaiiso I hnd retired and w[us just sneaking down in  my pajamas to get a drink of water.  No shades' wero down anywhere,' and  the families oC tho entire neighborhood were" out on their respective  porches. ' ,     ���������  "Anna and the youug man to whom  Bhe is etigaged were slttiog ou tho front  , steps.  Tbey didn't want, uny light.  "What I wanted to do was to light  up the dining room for just,a miuute,  so tbat 1 would get light'enough iu the  hall to avoid tbe place whero 1 know  I must stub my toe at. the turn of the  stairs, I poked a peg, and there were  no results that I could Bee,      ,-*  "1 poked again. This net was followed by a scream. There was also  applause from ncross the street *nnd  then there came catcalls aud such expressions as 'Oh, yourRomeo and .Iii-  liet!' There was also a commotion on  the front steps.. -��������� ' * -<-..���������  "I quickly poked again. This.time  there was' a1 glaring light air around  me,"arid I was the recipient of cheers.  I hastened to relieve myself from the  embarrassing prominence. Then 1  tried another light. ,. ��������� - -.  , ���������"This time I capped the climax. A  splash was heard in the bathroom and  the stentorian; tones of. Dncle. Billy  came through-the. nightr^Hlgb, there!  Turn off the.light! Quick!'. I had attracted the' attention of the neighborhood to Uncle Billy."  A Resentful Man,        '.>  "I seo - tbat your wife's father* and  molbor are living with you now.";*  '"Yes."', ���������    ' ,-;,  ;  "The old gentleman hns permanently  retired from business, has he?",*,-  "Itetired? That's hardly the name  for It, Ho has boon kicked out.",  ' "I'm sorry lo, hear lhat Dldft't he  havo auythlng saved up to -keep' him  and his wlfo in their old ago?" .*���������  . "Not n cent" I'll havo to support  them the'rest Of tholrIJ ves,"  "Well, it's lucky that you ore able to  do so.'!  ��������� "it may bo lucky enough, but there's  ono'tiling that makes mo mighty sore  whenever I think of it."  ������������������What's* that?"  ��������� i  asked me, when I lold lilm I wanted  to nmrry bis daughter, If I thought I  would bo ablo ,to support her In tbo  olylo to which slo had boon accustom-  cd,"-Clilcogo Hccord-IIcrald,,  Big Hearted. ���������-,  ���������"you!" sighed the rejected-lover,  "will And your namo written in imperishable characters on my heart could  you but'look." -,'���������.*.  "So?'; murmured tho ��������� fair young  thing, who was aware of tho fact that  tbe swain had been playing Borneo at  the seaside for sora'etbiug like twenty  years. "So? ��������� Then yoii must have a  heart llko a local directory by this  t!nio."-Tlt-Blts.       .  Economy.- .    .    ,  A maiden of tender years came i'n*e  \ dry goods store tbe other'day and  isked tbe price of some collars.,  _. "Two for a quarter," answered the  tlerk. , ���������   ..   ;   - '     -A  "How much does one cost?"  "Thirteen cents." -  Sho thought for awhile and then  gald, "That would make tho other one  post 12 cents, so I guess I'll tako that."  -Harper's Magazine..      *��������� .*  ���������������������������-H-^H^-^M-:-^^  A Good Cure.  ^ "Wh-wow-wh-wh-wliat diul-do y-you  do fuf-for y-y-your B-s-stutteriiig, old  mum-man?" asked ono confirmed stammerer tho other day of another.  <i*W.ww-wow-woll,"'sald the second,  "J-M'vo fur-found cuk-consldernble  fuh-ruh-rcllcf fuf-fnf-from kuk-keeptng  mura-my ruum-mum-inura-moulh 6h-h-  8hut."-Harper*s Weekly.  Then It Rained,  Miss Plutus-Bur, Captain Unwlolgb,  would you lovo me wbqn 1 grow old  and ugly?  The  Captain   (gallanlly)--Yon   may  grow older, my dear Miss Blutus, but  you can novor grow uglier.'  y- And as he went bomo bo wondered  ���������Tlio lofty way In which the.old rann-J why sho had rejected hlm.-Snn Francisco Chronicle*  The Cake Taken. ���������-  The Old Lady-Wbat's tbe matter  with tho littlo boy?. -  His Elder Brother-Oh, Vs cryin'  'cos I'm. eatln' my cako:and won't  give 'lm any.'   -,. - *  The Old Lady-Is bis own cake finished, then?    .    "   ���������  His Elder Brother-Yes, an' 'o cried  while" I was eatln' that too.-Skelch.  ���������   The Original Easy Mark. -j-  When you:-get cheated by a If.  shark think of Jonah. 'Uo was ���������{���������  completely taken in by a whale.  X  ���������Harvard Lampoon. < v  Keeps In Practice.  "It did Jack no good to marry his  'tonographer, for sbo continued the  ���������ablt of tho.ofllco ln their home."  "ITow so?"  "When ho starts to dlctato she tnkea  him down."���������"Bnltinioro American.  The "Gentler" 8e'x. . . j;  Woman Is a creature of mood- ..  generally tho imperutlvo mood,- |J;  Now Vork Times. *  Manllneit.  "Mac. I hear yo wiioS courtln' 'bonny Ivulo Macphorson," said Dounld to  nit acquaintance ono morning,    ;  "Wcel, Sandy, man, I was In lovo  wl' the bonny lass," wns Mac's reply,  "Imt I fouud tutt sho had nao siller, so  T nr.lii lo mvself. 'Mae, bn a mnn.' And  ' was a mnn, and noo I pass her by  wl" silent cciiteivpf-Cliristliin Beg-  Istor, .   Blessed Art the Pacemakers,  The Vlllago (Srocor-Wbnt are you  running lor, sonny'/  The Boy-I'm tryln' to keep two fellers from flglilln',  Tho Vlllngo Grocer-Who nro tlio fallows?  The Boy- Bill Perkins and mol-  Pii.*k.  pr#vl������iii P.ngagamt'nt.  ''Jack, mon, ,J')I piny ye k roon o'  fowf on tho links (ho morn."  "Tho mornV (doubtfully).  "Aye, the morn."  ������������������Wcel. I'll pW ye. But I ha-d In-  i lended fictUiitr worried the n'orn."������������  I fun Mngn?.lnfc  Incurable*,  "Mrs. Codgers Is dreadfully afraid of  embonpoint," remarked Mrs. Gndaley.  "Is that so?" chirped Mrs, Woppcr.  "My fnvorlto awnt had It, and tho poor  Ihlng just wasted away ["-Binning-  liani Ago-IIerald, " "  . Net Music,  "This is the ilrst cntcrlnlnmont 1  ever attended that was conducted without music."'  "Why, I sang.   Didn't you hear me?'  "Yes.   What's thnt got to do wllh  lt?"-nouston Tost.  Stuck Up For Him.  A case was being tried In the west"  of England, and at its termination the  judge charged the jury, and they retired for consultation. Hour after hour  passed and no verdict was brought in.  The'judge's dinner hour arrived, and  he   became   hungry   ahd   Impatient.  Upon inquiry he learned that one obstinate   juryman ' was   holding ��������� out  against  cloven.   That ..ho  could  not  stand, and he ordered tho'twelve men  to be brought beforo blm, ' Ho told  them lhat in his charge to tbcin he had  so plainly stated the case and tbe law  that tho verdict ought to bo unanimous, and tho man who permitted his  individual opinion to weigh against the  judgment of cloven men of wisdom  was unfit and disqualified over again  to act in tho capacity of juryman.   At  tbo end of this excited liarangiio n little squeaky volco enmo from one of  lho jury,  no'sold, "Will your lordship  allow mo to say a word?"   Permission  being given, lie added, "Mny ll pleaso  your lordship, 1 hin tbo only mini on  your side."-Nov/ York Globe.  The Excuse Imaginative,,  The Reason Why,  "Nonsense! There wus plenty of  room for you to pass with tbo cart  without knocking tlio gato off."  "But yer ree, son'-, (he room wns on  tho wrong side of the cnrt."-'f iiller.  Hit Tints.  "When 1 last saw lilm .Inbbs wan  green with envy, yellow wllh Jealousy,  whlto with fear and red with rage."  "Whnt a hltrhlr colored 11 To Ills innsl  be!"-Baltlmoro American.  P-fradoxlo.il Temperature,  "Tliero is ouo, thing whicli Is oddly  contradictory about an cnuino."  "What Is that?"  "When H gels coaled, then it hecoiiiM  hot."-Bo3lon llorold.  A Sopwrifio Tslker.  "Is riurkawuy as dull as they say  he Is?"  "Rrrry bfr. Why. my foot went (������  sleep whilo do was (nlking last night.'1  ���������Farm Mnrrnvlno  Ittspeelor (angrily (o young pollco-*  m���������n)-Dldu't I toll yon to hnml luyoui  report of. thoso pickpockets at 13  o'clock? Audit Is now 4.  l'olleotiinn-It wasn't niv fault, sir,  Ono of 'cm stole toy watcli.~Comlc  Cuts.            .  The Explanation,  "Yonr man wus n dark horse In tin  race*/''  "Y**"3. But Ids darl-nos** was not of  the right kind, lt resulted from tin  fn.-t that tlio wlilfcwnnh had been rub  bed ciff/'-TYmhlngtori Star,  ���������/*,.r������HV9  Fanatic-Why dldu't you turn up for  'golf on Saturday? ,  niiettunto-Vory sorry, old clinp. I  was cleaning tho canary's cage when  (ho littlo hruio kicked, me. Such a  ���������quiet bird, too, ns a riile.-Putit'li,  Effected n Sale.   ','.  A tramp wns passing a mnrliio store,  ��������� nd, toolnc tho m������n nt the rtnnr, ho  askod in n joking way, "Do you buy  nigs,and bones'-"  "You'vo guessed It lirst time, old  tlinp," answered tho man.  the BCUles."-I.ondou Telegraph.  ���������Get U  W'inttd particular*,  ���������"Please give nio two two-cent slnmp*  for my master.   Ho desires to wrlto lo  his mother nud his aunt."  "Here arc llie stamps."  . "Yos, but whicli ono Is for (ho moth-  er nnd  which  for lho  niinl?"~Pelo  Mcle.  BfcACK AND WHITB C06TUMH.  -There are in Paris .formal, tailored  costumes, trot-about tailored costumes  mid what ��������� are' 'called demitalUeiirs,  wliich partake of tlie characteristics of.  ���������botlrsiylosr-; ���������*���������������������������:���������~���������y^   '   *"*���������  ���������The smart suit illustrated-is a-bit '  more elegant,-than a.,'simple.trotting  Buit, yet jt is not luxurious enough in.  style or material,to-bo a carriage costume. "      " ~-  ��������� 1}  The coat is made of black serge wllh  trimmings of Persian lamb aud ornaments'of. black, braid. The skirt is of  black, and white plaid cloth, Is built on  straight lines and is trimmed with a  wide baud of fur.-   *. '        .:���������...'  A black hat, white gloves oud'patent  leather 'bools complete a stunning'suit  .-������ . *  Woman Publisher Now In the Field.  A woman publisher has her quiet private olliee on the Ilrst iloor of one of ���������  lho august old brownstone houses on a  cross street just off Fifth avenue, New ,  York. The bookB of ber clients are reviewed as professional und not amateur literary efforts, and sho prints only  those (hut comb up to her own stund-  ard.   Needless io say, many books receive hor Imprint whlcl^other nouses  hnvo "turned dowm" Inljt, lon-ilio other  hand, sho can "turn do^n" nlpp.  In this way authors neeil riot feel that '  tholr books nre privately-printed wllh.  as little discrimination ns by a, job  printer. As (lie authors rcceivo more  than fiO por cent profit. Ihey c'a'ti also  feel thnt the piibllcalloirof their-Ideas  Ih not un Idle Indulgence of personal  vutiity. Several recent novels, nro'Mn  their second edition,.and a -series of essays bus taken a standard place lu  pedagogics, *   a-- ,  A book on dolls that hnvo had bis.  lorlc or royal prestige is now under way  nt the woman publisher's fr*u������'*;eslIoii,  and n loo bulky set of Illustrated sto.  rles for children is being broken up  Into a series. l.entlolH of mailer prompted by Iho eugenics Interest, lho recent  hygiene congress and lho like aro lo  niiiku a monthly appearance  Helpful Hinti,  If you wlll Include n steel crochet  noedlo lu lho Implement* for use in  tho sewing room you will have something as good as any pnlent ripper ever  Invented, Simply catch lho hook under'Ilio thread In Die stllclic.-i or bastings and pull (hem out In double quick  time,  ��������� When a hole Is worn In your -carpet  tug whip over (lie edges of lho hole  wllh ynni matching Iho eolors In (he  rug. Then, nlso with yarn,*, fill-in (ho  hole with very light crocheted stitches.  noip������  n   p1.i.1ii   p-|'i'1t      MM"-*!*   nvof  -fliln  work llltlo loops nf yarn thnt will correspond to (ho loops iu tbo wonvo ot  (ho carpet Itself.     ,     ���������-,. .-v;.  Instead of itilnj*; a wooden "c;*k"  dnruer, try pulling ��������������� worn stoclilng  over your own shoo (roe. * Then you  will be nblo io Bee exactly how the  danied place wlll Slo on your foot and  can iniilio It I0030 or light as necessity  requires.  A Winner.  "Wns your gardeu a succcks l-li  year?"  "Ye������- My neighbor's <hlel*ens woi (  Hue ribbons st (bo po'uttrj ihc-Wi>������ I  Brooklyn Life |  Good Material.  H     , , |   JncU-Now tlmt your engagement is  A Typ������o."������P'c������l Life. broken aro you going to tn.iko Blanche  "Bui I doclor myself by tho *ld U  lend hmk your letters?   Ilnrry-You  medVul hwks." iK't * -am*   -1 work������l hard IhinVlug oui  ������?p*. and towe fine d.iy you'll Ale ot > thme lelferd.    Tbey'ro   worth  twine  ��������� niUurlbir'-Undou Opluloa. I IguIn.--Boston TMiwcrlpt.  The New Fur Conte.  The new Mr conls fit Jii������t n IIUM  more neatly (ban tho stralght-tr lined  /���������nrmentM i.f ln������r ���������.eiif-nn did. They til  not really define (be flgnrc, tint ihe>  certainly suggest it, nnd, Ibough It f������  Mill tho tiifhloti (o bate n str*!ght -And  young girlish back, the front of one'*!  figure may hint at ������ few *6ni������ttlj  curves without flying Id the fie* ������|  ���������Bullion. '.', ' ":*���-*���'.", -.:��..;:* .v..'- ..---'.-li "������!"-���;
THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA
hIf_OLiELJ]��IS
mRhhPRPE%s
hHCE CUHTflirlS
" LAND   NO PICK
KW STOCK of the above in well assorted patterns
and designs at POPULAR PRICKS	
Our. stock oi Furniture, House-furnishings, Beds, etc.^c. is. always
complete and prices the best,
Try a Fawcetf Range ; they  are
always 'satisfactory. . .
at'
McPhee Block, &. McKINNON ���   Cuinberlaiid
Where Women
���   May Vote
The   women's   suffrage question is so mu eh   in  'the   air   at
present that'the following list of-
ccmntries aiul states where   women may vote will be read   with
interest.    The date   shows   the
' year * when   tho   franchise   was
granted:'1869, Wyoming;  1893,
Colorado; 1893.. New   Zealand;
1893,' South ��� Anslralia;   1896,
Utah;   1899,' , West   Australia;
1902,   Common weal Ui   of  Australia; 1902, New South Wales; NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
1,903, Tasinauhx;  1965,  Queens-
TENDERS
TENDERS are invited for tin-
construction of a store building at
Courtonay, 13. U��� for C, II, Tar
bell, of Cumberland, B. 0. Plain?
and specifications may.be seen at
C. H. Ti'rbell's storo In Cumberland, Tenders to be in by noon
0:1 the -th day of March', .1913,
Tho lowest or.any tender not nee
ossurily accepted. ~" -������
'. tiiiiuii/jf 100'acres jinore' or .less.
!' Mvktu:" Bonnk'^tb, Applicant.
1   "      '���*'���   Tom," Mntiav, Agent.
'Vancouver Land, Dj-jfcricit '
Distridi or Saytfnrd '      ' *;Diltoj January 3rd, 1013.
TAKK NOTICK  that, Myrtle '
*- . x *'*     **- , .*
B.onnottc, of. V a neon ver,- oc'ciipi
tuni,-nurse, iiUonds to 'iijiply' for
jiermissioii to ^'mrehaso the , fc-1.
Sowing ''dosci'i'nyd hinds:���-Common dug at n- jiosf'-jilunted nnd
marked the uoi'th-wesl corner-of
lot 584; ihonce east-'-lO chains,
uoi th 40'chains, thenco west 4=0
chains", thonco south 40 chains
to point of commencement  con-
FOR KENT���CA furnished 7-
room house; hot and cold water,
Apply P. ,0. Box OS, City,.',, .;:
THE-:���MADI^NyBANK.
OF
POR SALE���60 sucking pigs,
93.00 each, money to accompany
order.    Apply   Robert
Hornby Island,  .���     ' '.
Soil ai-i.
CAPITAL, $15,000,006 REST, $12,500,000
Issued by 'Tho Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and
inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money.   These Orders,
payable without charge at any banle in Canada (except in the Yukon ��
Territory) and in the principal,cities of the United States, are vssued at
Uio following rates i -   ���-.
$5 nnd under    3 c��jta
Over1   5 and not exceodlnfl $1/0.. ���"��������?    .,
1*    io      w w 30...,'.. *0    �����
1*    30      **   �� "' * 50.... 15   Y
0.0
I-1J u\s*
MAROGCH1 BROS  /
GROCERS   8c   BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS  OF ��r  '
CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS
Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's-BL5ER-
-Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of -
Wines and- Liquors.
��>
**������**������� *m ���*���*������***�� ******* mam
TENDERS
SECOND   STREET j
\"��|^S-*--S^^ %-**-**.-**-"'^
REMITTANCES  ABROAD
Bhould bo rn.de by means of oar 8PECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS ftnd MONEY
ORDERS.   Jssood without toby ��t wanonaMo raws. ,   .
CU-IBERIiANO, BRANCH....,.':, ;..W. T. WHITE, Mnnager
!i!l!!li!llliltllilltl!llll_V
����
tatut
��
X
-dand; 1907, Finland; i968,.Nor
way, 1909, Victoria; 1910, Washington; 1911, - California. In
Pinl.-nl women not   only   have
' lhe vote, hut axe entitled to sit
in ''.he piet, and about twenly
fia^SeefillecfecTTb pariiamentj
.,wi'i :h consists of  200 members
��� ��� ';  , ,����� ���
On Thursday last Magistrate
Abi'aniB and''Mayor Campbell
tried the adjourned case of Chris
l-'erowich,. charged with selling
liquor wiliout a license and keeping.a gaming house. He was
convicted and was invited lo
part witli, 406 good, plunks or
take up Ins res-idcuc for a protracted period in the Provincial
Hotel.
Harry Creech arrived home ou
T-esday 'afternoon from Victoria
in lii.s new Ford car purchased
at Victoria���"Tlio bloomin capitalist." .
Victoria, March 1.-Following
a protraototl Bitting laat night--
la.-r.inj until 2.30 a. tn.���thfl LegU
luturi* mntiit 3 o'olook this aftor-
...nwin and after the formal third
ionrling tf uovoral hills tho House
wus prorogued on tho arrival of
Hid Honor, LioutOijuut-Govornor
Patterson. Tho ceremony of pro-
locution w informal.
Joeoph Kttor, ono ol tbe leaders
uf tho 1. W, \V., who waB to epouk
in Nanuiuu) liii-t Monday night
did nor put in-nn appearance for
thoroiaon llmt ho wim provontod
from crodsfnu from tho Amoriovn
ri ;o, ho bolng considered an ngitti-
tor, .md, a-n bucIi^wuh not wanted
iuCiduda,
CouBUho WeBtnwivy, tho unfor
tui.Ht-j victim of lho bur^lar'u gun,
wa 28 yours of ago, and u native
of Princo Ki-lwafd l-shind. Ho imd
not been long o;i (he proviticiul
l< .ii;.ii foron, und wub j*ta:i Ji.ed at
Union Hny. Iih, wus a . uml and
u^ic ending to a young aud vig-
-J-U-.I- ilH'i
SEALED TENDERS addres-
. sed to Hy, Wilson, local
manager, B.C. Telephoue Com
pany, Cumberland^ B.C., will
be, received up, to noon of Satur,
day, March 8,.for the furnishing
and"eTection7"witircross_arm~at-
11
tached, of a 30 foot   pole   line
from    Courtenay   to     Royston
Ranch. *  Plans and specifications
cen be seen at ,the   local, tele
phone office;
eal Estate and .Insurance,
Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.     .:
�� We have  a large number  of enquiries for iacreage in
Coimix Valley ;    if you have anything  to  sell,.'LIST
��� with us,     ���'";��� ".���
We are AUCTIONEERS
��� , ��� k i    v,
SEE US if you want'a sale and we will iu range ohe at,  the -shortest
I)ossible_notice and get .the, 1) EST PlilOE,   -,     .   ���    .
OOUBTENAY,
���BA-G,
FOR SALE���A team of hors
es. Apply 0, Mussati, Cumberland, B. C,
���>>^t*mmmamm*m'tm*��m>tmt***mm*m*��m*��mi*^m*tm
OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR
SALE AT THIS OFFICE
ti.vitntiuni hnvo hten iostscJ for
(1 dunce in Iho Cumberland Hull
tn Wedncmlav evening, Mutch 6:h,
111 hunor of the nturt'iagu of Mis*
Ji'.m Millor,dauglitor ol Mr. and,
Mra John Miller, and Mr.-ICdwitrd
Aiuldii'0n,iuu uf Mr. .aid Mit,
IVier Anderson. Tho miurinnf
t ikvrt pluco at   K.o  liOIUO   ul    tilt"
(Jon tin tied from front page,
thanking tho Ladies of Cumberland Hive for tho splendid manner in which they had been entertained, fur tlieir hearty co-operation and support, all of which
presage good progt-csn fur the
IHvo in 1013."
Mrs, Charles Segrave wns hostess at an afternoon tea, on Friday
afternoon. The Ladies being jnr
vitcd to meet tho Provincial Dop
11 ty, L- Dora Jackson and her sif--
tor Georgia Jackson. Miss Jack
Hon gavo a short talk, and puvoral
applications wero 6i*eui'ed for
Cuinhoi'IiUid Hive,
A bian-guossing contest afford
od much ainiieoinent, Mr**;, John
UOriiy heiiig Iho forinmilc wiiunir
of the pri/.c, a hnudsouio china
di-h, Tho ladies went home
voting.Lady Sogrnvo a cliunniug
hostesi'.
During tlieir visit hen1, the
Misfics Jack-Jim wero ilio giiehln ��;f
Mrs, Walter 11 ud("-oi��, Windi-mere
Avenue, or which lady limy Kpi'dt
liiclili', for flif* tfi��'itmiMif- iipt*��nH!i'fl
them.
The special I Jo view of CiiihUm*.
land Uivo was hold Saturday after
noon, whon a c]hsh wan initialed
by tho Provincial l)epuly,
Conuiuiniented.
GOVERNMENT ST. VICTORIA, B.-G,
*>'������' *        * ... j .
"Complete Stock of l,Ye Oldc Firme'*
Heiritznian& Co. Piahos
'-���". 'Vk-, *      A,      -      . '.-'''.'
.      '        ' f-   t - * V J*
Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs
Victor Victroias, Gramophones and Records
'    WRITE' FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LISTS.     ,
��� - ���   ,      . .   ***        ��� . ��� ��� . *>*
Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.; ,.
t^SJBB9E_-____
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B
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i
���a
809 GOVERNMENT STREET, -��� Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C
H
iiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiioiORiiHiniiniun'oniiiiiiiifiuiu^^^^^
"PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT"
-** ***** *_������> ��� \j+
Mi'S-f-rn John Frew nnd jM. V,
IJeiint'i-i-y left liy Tui'sday nij^lii'h
liciiil on a   t��ifi  inf n'h'.*.-  i'v.'ilifi!i
ii.-.dc, Miiryuort Aveuuc
In^intfoni aio clto i.nuid fori. ����ijf 10 Jlnrrisoii Jlot Spring-*.
��� an i' to lio lit*i<i ut  Union liay ou
iht* tviiiiiii^iif tno  17th,  iv��\..   in
li inir ut tne riiar-iijje ot Mr. i.��,"oit
OTIGE is hereby given that ihe List
of Voters for the Comox Electoral District has been Cancelled, and that appli-
cation to be placed on the Voters' List will
be received at my office at Cumberland,
where printed forms of affidavit to be used
in support of an application to vote will be
supplied. The list of persons claiming to
vote will be suspended from, and after the
7th day of April, 1913, and 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 bc given to me by thirty clear
days before the holding of the Court of
Revision. .
Dated this 3rd day of March,- 1913.
JOHN  13AIRD
Registrar of Voters Comox Electoral District
^llllilli!ll!lli:illl!IIIIi!UIIIUIUiliK
��  Capital Paid Up $11,500,000. Reaervo $-.2,500,000  |
j   The Royal; Bank of\Cariada.. .;
I DRAFTS   I&SUED   IN  AMY    CiURRKNCY;  PAYABLE   ALL
'.OVER   THE   WORLD. ������
SPECIAL ATTENTION paid io SAVINGS ACCOUNTS;* interest |
al highest Current Rates njlowed on Depopite of $1 rind upwards.
OUMBEBLAND, B. C., Branch, Open Dally. ���.'
UNION WHAEF, B'. 0'.', , Sub-Brucli, Opon Tliuradays.
D. JVJ. MOR.R1-SON, Manoger.
COURTENAY,   0.0,   Branch,   Opon Daily.
WM. HOFF, IVInnaxer.
%*!lllll|||:i!i:aillll!l!llllllllillill!ili;illlllllll!ll!!!llll!l!lll!lllllllllllillllllllllllll!IIIIIIIW
P. Philupps Harrison
n . - -.   *
BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR
NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING
DUNSMUIR AVENUE
CUMBERLAND,
=v. Bofio^n:
Manufacturer of MINERAL WATEE
P. 0, BOX 480
PHONE 20....
CUMBERLAND
IP YOU GET IT
PLIMLEY'S
ITS ALL RIGHT
H;my C. ICvans. I'iauo Tun
li;is Murm*'! l-�� this ciiy and <lh- u,.me.\u<i*i\initi:-iit
Don't Read This I
Uukss it Concerns Vou.
��s COMOX CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY �� -_,
Ox Beef BEST QUALITY ONLY Dally Fed Pork
 SPECIALS THIS WKKK���	
Hono CnreA ll��caM~or��.��i(��kt<i 2Ae 4 lb 1*- Ih'-a-mi A 1 Quid ty, l>cru��t.){ SJ/JO
H- *\ Hmiike'l Huron , -   2��w-prJb Car t-jwr ��*��'k   1.70
Vciv no-l Uollwl Ba.--iin ZOts\ttr]U Kf��*_I *h Wh to T-utM-pi  1.7��
ir    V��r> IVtt l?.'*l.i*rt Asp''1. t-fwM��  ,l0t CMvitf. Vttn% t-r lit.  .V?
. ' 'H-mtM-llo �� Qiiiilily. JSujo- lb Hiilut, F.o I. ��owu-t ruorfcnt. vitco	
iinl IJ. 1'ih'jt cii'l Mi-s .ItM:niif,?rict. 11 yon arc wnntitiff yaur
(I* udf.r��*ou, Till*, muu'iii**.) v,i*,! ||ii, no tvuicdliy him, scn*l ym
fr   c  ,1-toi  at   lli-e   h. mc id ib'luuor du a\iCH'.A\ c-\u\    ���&"���t.-.;��I
���Jurfit a-IU- l-w'...
2.1*.' im lb -Nj-f.�� . V.t.h, Ut.'iiil ui^l**-. ("i.i*
Get Your Gvck Now
For ploiAsurfl or hut-irmsM. ruin or dhino, oity atrooti*-. or coun-r
try roads, lho inodentloly pri_��il "KIRMBU-ARROW" 'ib ii
ronchiiiu youcii't dc-pond on.   It's piiPt lil^tnry iiritu rocntn-
V)il-"ir_*.%ii\��il tiliU *.iiv. (rtCi \.i��,\V lv in runH    U$    I'ki-tliit',*)     lb   }i>ui
giuirantt'O thnt it will prove all that Ir Ih ri-iprttpfliited to ho
Send fo.-ii dotailo-J cl-iluguo With nil accoHPoriou tho price
i. only $35 00
DON'T FORORT -thnt every $IO CASH
Mpotit nt PHinlcy*H entitle** you to a coupon
.or* the FRGC QIPT of u 191C> "OvcrlundXar
ir/Mt-, Union.
*! . C. Kvans, Klk Hotel, C����h;om,
If. V,
Orders by Phone nempily Aitcndcd to. Phone 25
thos, mnm
-739 YATES STRI2ET VICTORIA, B..C*
imm**MXUiisc**mm*T3Miaeatmx
L,
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