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MARCH 12, .913  SUBSCRirTlOJf $I.O0 A Y>'AJt  -*-*v*.<*Vm>-#vs -^SVjSij *s>w^r������r\'g) >x<^^  'The Store -��������� ��������� The Storev*vi3^// '  ofQuality ofQuality |[ \  *:'.'^'  f   r  fThe Big Store,  sp^oishehe  ���������  s.. i       Arid you want waBh material**-, to mako up for  th-a hotBummer montha.K We havo juet put  into-Block the largest ahd finest assortment  ,    ever   ehown   in this  city   of* GINGHAMS,  .PRINTS, GALATENS A SHAKERS.   Theso  . ,      ��������� ' *. *  aro exceptional value?, from the best manufacturers, and haying  placed our order t-evcral  , .������-.. ".-, . months ago, liefore the recent advance in. cotton, WE ARE IN A POSITION.TO SAVE^  \T"  : '' YOU MONEY    ' .    t ���������' ,   *���������  We -have the Best Value's in Towels Ever  Offered.   SEE jTHEM,  '-'���������''       ** ���������      ���������      ' *   ,   ���������.,*''     -  A; Large Assortment of Cur-  tains,. Curtain Muslins, Scri-  , pis, etc., Makes,the Iipiise-  ^cleanirig problem easy; : "J;  .Give-us your 61 ocery Qrder. -���������"    ,V :  ^_i^^\\_e^ai:v<^  , *.   '- , *.      - . - * ���������* --, ���������    *    * ��������� ��������� , -  ���������'-���������-  i-Pfione ;3&  'J'i-'t-\,,\*'_L'.">,  tUilliafi^ Julian  -:o:-  Sim6n leIser & go;, LiD;  *��������� ��������� *    t*- yy^ l>      ^^    1 ��������� i ��������� ��������� 1 *-~��������� ������������������^ y^v  ���������The following is the 4 closing  paragraph in "President 'Wilson's  inaugural address, delivered' at  Washington, D. C���������, March   4th :  ~rrfrhis'is-not a day of triumph;  it is a,day of dedication. Here  tnuBter, not tlie lorces of the  liarly, but the forces of humanity, Men's.hearts wait upon us;  men's lives hang in the balance;  men's hopes call updii us to say  what wo will dp,:.' Who shall We  tip to the great, trust ? Who  daro fail to try ? I sum mon all  honest men, all' patriotic, all for-  WJird-looldug men, to my sido.  God helping me, I will not fail  them if tlioy but counsel and stis  tuiu hie !  On Frklay.;%artevnoon Coroner  Abrams held anenquiry as to the  cause of Harry Wcstaway's death.  After hoariug the evidence or  Ooustitblefl Ross and McKunzie,  Dr. AIncNAUglituu and' Chief  Coiihtablu Stephenson, tho jury  loturued the following verdict:  We lho undersigned jury em-  painielled to determine the cause  of the death of Harry We_lnway,  ato of the opinion from the evidence produced that the.deceased met his death by a shot from  lhe gull l-iil'ltul   uAiiil'it A, fllVU  hy the prisoner, Hurry Wagner,  who, with tan*-nceo.uplice, wns  discovered robbing Fraeef and  I-litthop'rt store at Union ]Uy m-,  March 41b, 1913,���������Alex McLeod  (foromatn, John Donnl-Hwbt  Frouk Partridgo, Ricburd Sum-  mew, Wm, Haggurt and Alfred  R Iloriui.  r  The remains of tho late JOon-  stable Harry WestaWny were  flii|>ped to Vancouver on Saturday last.  Mr..flt|.| Mrs. Alex M..xv������ll  and chihlrou arrived home from  S-mrli Prairie, W.uliiug'o:;, on  Wt*dnc5day last  Weil-Known  Couple Married  On lost* Wednesday evoning at  tlio rosidenco of her puronte, Mr.  and Mrs. John Miller, Miiryjiort  Avenue, Miss Jane Miller was unitod in murriiige to Mr. Edward  Anderson, eldeet son of Mr. and  Mrs. Potor AnderBon of this city.  Mi*.*" Gibbons nclsd as brideti-  maid, whilo Mr. Du ve Ailkcn did  thodutit'Bof.bost man.  The bride looked extremely pretty and wo-o a hand pohio wedding  gown of whilo with veil to' mulch.  The Rov. ft. 0. Froomaii ofGmce  Mutbodimt Church performed the  wedding ceremony, I hero being  present only immediate rehttivoH.  Af or (ho nuptiul knot svns tii'd  tho wedding jmriy prr-coedod to the  Cumherlnnd Hull whoro a dunce  und rccoption was hold, a lur-jo  numhor of, invited .ftlondn b_in������  proHont, Humptuous rofreshmi>nls  of all kinds wore served nt midnight. mtiBl unjoyuhlo ovoning wiih  epont by all, UjO danco breaking  up in tho "woo emu' hourB,"  Tiik Nkwh wii-hos tho happy  coiipltj long lifo, hnppinoe- and  prosperity  ��������� ������   Conscious   to   the   last,  Miss  ���������fT*-..,,'!,. T>. ..v,,,     r   1 . ������������������������������������!,  <,..i.i^   iuiilm.   uuiiii^uil, niC   ill-  dun piiucths, who us I'riueess  Tcktjhionwakc, attained fame  through her.*Jndinn ballads and  legends, died ou Sunday lust, at  the Unto Street hospital, Van-  cuuvor, where for eighteen  months she has been Buffering  from cancer.  Mr. Harry Conrad is "Ji&pcna-  ing liquid mfresitincnts" at the  New Knglaud liar in the* nb/?eiicc  of Mr. John Frow, that giMitlo.  mni) having gone to IIurrii-011  Hot SjSringfl.    Don't   fbrgi-a   to  |4iVo   '-Ilrtiify"   u   ������JUil   ���������aIh-ii   you  feel thirsty; he in a inrief gonial  chap ami will treat you like a  prince.  Constable Hannajr Captured Man  Wanted In -Connection With  1** A  '<** ( "**���������'-.-, '  Murder of Westaway  *'-".- *        .  ��������� '^ t .v        . *     ���������  At Union, Bay  fl William Julian, wanted by the  police authorities in connection  with ,, tlie robbery of Frashr'&  Bisliop's store and tlie resultant  murder of Constable Westaway at  Union Iky at an early hour Tues  day morning,' was captured; hy  Provincial Constable George' Ilati-  ay, of Nanaiino, on Laequotti Js  land, at 8 o'clock on Thursday tlie  6th inst*,, and brought, to this city.  hud was.taken- to. Cumberland ou  - - *���������    ..-'.        .1--,    .. ��������� v*  Friday afternoon for a prelimintt-  ry.hearing, ..  /;,   y  ,  *���������* Julian made, his,gateway"* from  "tfie'seene of The robbery and'Tnur^  der Tuesday niorning in a row  boat and. the authorities at clnee  6et to .work ���������to attempt"'his7"cap  tare. With the knowledge that  Julian had a rendt-zvons on Las-  qnetti Island, whero he lived  with a woman, presumably his  wife,'- and at which .poin t he ' also  had a small launch. Constable  Ilannay worked on   the   theory  that Julian -vould make for this  pint at his earliest opportunity  in order that he might secure his  launch and make a quick getaway,  The Order of Orangemen  J. A. C���������Tho Orange Society  had its' origin iu the hostiliiy  that subsisted, bet ween the religious sects iu Ireland fr6m the  Reformation downwards, though  the'term wus first used after the  Revolution ot 1688. The name  was taken from that of the Prince  of Oraugc, William III, who, iii  Ireland, has been popularly i<len  tified with tho establishment of  the Protestant ascendancy which  it'was the object of tho Orangf  Association to sustain. The first  "Orange Lodge" was founded iu  the village of Lnughgull, County  -Armagh, on Scplmnbor 21, 1795,  Threo years later the Orange  Society had reached tho dignity  of a grand lodge of Ireland, with  a formal establishment in the  metropolis, and in the following  years tho orgnuiznliou extended  to Iiugluntl; a grand lodge  was  founded in Manchester, but wa-.  trnnsfiMT-T'd fo T/vulmi in TH->t  The n'.thjvct move thnn once w.n  brought under the notice of Par  lianioiit, especially iu 181,-5/mid  in coiiacqucncc the grand lodge  of Iiuiunu waj������ dihhi'iveti, mil its  functions were discharged vicariously through thu Knglish lodye  The organization revived after  1827, when the Duke of Cuinberlaiid became grand miwicr,  ami, it it* suted thai iu 1836  there were 145,000 Orangemen  iu Knglaud and 125,000 in J re.  land. After I'arliaiiH'utnry cu  quiry in 1835, Orange clubs  were broken up in conformity  with rofiol 11 lions or the House of  Common.-*-, but the institution  afterwards gradually revived.  This theory proved to be correct,  and after twenty-four hoars' constant'vigil pn the purt of Constable Ilannay tind bib assistant' De  puty Constable Tuui 'Richardson,'  Julian was seen rowino-'m tho  direction "of his cabin. Ilannay  followed the "small craft keeping  on the opposite side ot the point  and.out'of sight' of Julian who,  immediately upon landing, -.tfadrt  fof'.his cabin. Ilannay was but a  few moments behind, and .enter  ing the cabin unawares, took Juli-  an   by   surprise "and placed him  under arrest".   .. .   , ���������    - ,  " - *      .  Julian is" of French descent but  speaks English quite fluently.' He  is. about 40 years, of age,  5 feet 6  iuclie8.4ri- heuj-ht,"   aiid   wei-rhs  0 ... D  about UD His.    He ha6 a bad rep  utation   along the coast and   lias  given the police.trouble on  sever  al occasions during the past three  years.  Constable Han nay and Richardson arrived back at Nanaimo  with their charge at 11 o'clock  last night and locked their prisoner in the Provincial jail.���������  Herald.,  "ALIFORNIAN  EVAPORATED  THESIS ARE-COMING-IN  !     FRESH   *��������� AND :   PLUMP  "now, aud they are very accep-  *    ,,     , able, as the home-made sup       . '  a ply is apt to be getting low,  These Fruits are are hard to handle in   the hot  weather, but just now  We  Can   Specially  Recommend Then*..*    Sold by the pound* or by the  tax of 251b   Ask for our quotations by' the box.   ,  Prunes, Peaches, Apricots, Figs;  ? Also Pie Fruit in Gallon Tins.  s    .        Give Us a Trial Order For These Goods.  THE CORNER STORE I  Phone 10. Box 100. Cumberland, B. C.     if. :'  Macfmlane Bros.  Hush l Break the news gently.  "Dad" has had a new curtain  placed lo adorn tho-interior of  the -sanctum,  ing up.   ..  Things are look-  COMMITTED FOR TRIAL  Henry Wagner and William  Julian, the two men, who were  arrested for murder aud burglary  at Union Bay, came up for pre.  liminaiy hearing before Justices  of lhe Peace Willard aud Slmw  on Tuesday. Alter the evidence  had been full gone into, they  were committed for trial nt the  next Nanaiu o Assizes. Tho  prisoners will he fnken to Na  uaimoon Thursday morning.  Mr. T. Ricksou nfrived home  from Vancouver ou Wednesday  evening.  r-  Ab. Graut, sou  of   Mr. llobt.  Grant, of'* Victoria,   arrived., in  * ���������  town.ou Tuesday.  ���������Kfank-Gameron-pof-l-he-real-es--  tatefinn of Camercu & Allen,  Courtenay, was in town ou  Tuesday, and rcporis business  brisking' up down his. .way.  -Frank-has .unbounded* faith .in  the future'of Courtenay and, is  one of its best boosters,  The programme at the - Cum  berland   Hall    for'the' coming  week, so wo are informed, promises to be a most attractive   one.  Tho films, of course . will  be as  sorted, and will  comprise, dramas   (colored* spectacular) comic,  serio comic, intact every kind of  films to suit the most fastidious.  Tiie pictures ou Wednesday veiling   were   nyqucstiounbly   very  fine,  Mrs, J, J. Wier arrived homo  (rom Victoi ia on Wednesday evening.  The Vancouver Clarion, the  Socialist organ . , published at  ut Vancouver for many years,  has beeu brought to��������� life again.  The paper is now edited by J. H,  Burrough, formerly of Lmly-  smith  There will bo four or five new  hotels erected in Ladysmiili  this summer, aud it is under-���������  stood that the building of quite  a number of new residences is in  contemplation. This should make  a busy-.summer in the building  I ilio,���������Chronicle.  Frank Parks has received no  tice of his'appointment  as  post  master. ".: ��������� , 'v  Beon the watch 'for elm-ken  thieves" as they are getting', iu  their work;'    . .- J  ".' Mr. L. A, Mounce, of Vanco---..  ,yer, and Mr. R.. Grant, "of, Vic-,  toria, arrived iu'town on Tiies"'  day by auto. * It looked "like old-*  tinier to see these gentleinvn in  Cumberland;  Joseph Potter, jr., will leave  this week fur Duncan, where he  will engage in business.  The new wooden crossings are  ���������dl right. Continue the good  work, ,  Mr. W. Morrifield left on Sat-  urday last for Vancouver.  ,. ���������^���������.������ "  Try Tho HiK Stow for Linoleums, neat handsome patterns in  different shades and lowest 'prices.  11. o  Geucrrd Manager Coulson and  Mrs. Coulson arrived from Victoria on Monday,  Fine pictures arc* being shown  at the Cumbeiland Hall aud  City Hall,  BIRTH  At the manse, Krcewater Oregon, ou March 6th, to Rev. H.  M. Forsyth and Mrs. Forsyth a  daughter,  Arc wc going to have that jail-  way into Cumberland? Keep  at tliein until we do, nnd don't  compromise with a ''spur," for  it will hu little, if nny us>c to  Cumberland. Let us have ill\:c  whole hog or lujue."  ���������"*KK^*-ri^^  mum  W10.1.1*��������� JUST ^WE'! 0,IT *\*.-'|������������������nt "i" N������'w ICmbroideriw and Litaw  ���������I  ������    *.'���������������������������'.     ..,������.��������� d.-iiiw,; ssv, iniv. hhu^ing iiii*- r*ca*"*'ii ut'iug in iiiiv'uiict.1 ni   any previous one*.    Kvery   piece   new and a selection of piUl-orris and qualiliiM    that   i-how  good judgiiumt,    Sck thiMO.  SKIRTING AND I'LOIJNCING FROM fiOc TO $1.75  KXCLU.SIVK PATrBUSS   IN COlWKr COVER BMHUOIDKIIY   AND STUAIM'JNO  K'l������inKH in Ml Wj.ith-, ttjth   i��������� crtioiiH tn M.lfli. '  8PKCI.W. NOVMf.rrKS in AU-Ov*r Lnep������ iti M'hitfl, eBine.   ttr.A ll|,,ck ami Vnuey (.'fm-i'ii-in.,-*.  A Complrtc Range in Ail Widths of Valewinnes, Torclions .Ciuiiy and Chanlilly Laces.  See Our New lines in linen Coslumcs Ciolh. A/-*/*    o     rA  They come in Natural, Sky, Champasnc, Reseda etc. UOC.  d yQ.  ;  CAMPBELLS  fOQHRKHEEZS^I!  :k.U\ ������fA*> *-v*. ' V '  i  I  ;s_emraa_3Du_^^  '��������� i ������-j������K.Sm mmjimi'iii  ^HE NEWS.;CUMBERLAND/B. C  IN THE  BALANCE  ByLG.MOBERLY  "    Author ot  'Oati end Another," "A ���������������������#���������������*  Wet*,"   "������ln ot A������ls*>n DW  Ingi" -sto, (ttc  WARD,  LOOIil-fc CO* LIMITKB  London. Molbo'Jrn-* ���������n*i   T-sr-snt***.  Bargains In Real Estate  -*��������� ��������� * . * ���������  Auto B seated touring car In fli*3t class order and cash' for good Improved or unimproved farm land.  Six roomed modern bouse on choico 50 foot iot well treed, one street  from car line.   Only $3800.00. ' , '���������    -  Klnlock Place, Main Street, North, convenient to good car service and  ln line with assured* movement, just .adjacent, to New Exhibition site,  Main street, to bo asphalted past this proporty ln 1913.'  "Writo for booklet, good agents wanted at allpoints. .''-* ���������*-.>  SCOTT, HILL & CO.,  22 Canada Life Building,  (Continued)  But now you are not by yourself,  como out ot it all, where 1 can talk  to youj" ho said vehemently. You  nre so rcstrul 1 always feel better  when 1 have been talking to you, and  God luiows, 1 have need to feel better,  he murmured almost iwuidlbly.  Claro caught her breath, She did  not know the surgeon In this mood,  but she realise*.1, that an unaccountable  recklessness vas driving him to her  for comfort, and the thought sent' a  thro j of joy lo her heart:  lie does not love mc���������not one bit,  sho thought, but he knows 1 am his  friend; he wants my friendship, ancl  ���������he shall have all I can give him.  I would rather have his friendship  than any other man's love.  ' We will go to Richmond, Dynecourt  said imperiously; and as the late afternoon s'inlUhl was flashing over the  river and upon the vivid green of the  leaves and grass,*.thcy passed into tho  park and turned down a quiet path under overhanging, trees. Dynecourt  spoke little. An occasional jerky remark about bis work, a few words  about his latest researches ��������� these  constituted tho whole of his conversation until he had led Clare to a little secluded dell,* where amongst the  young, springing bracken, a pool of  water lay like ,a golden shield in the  sunshine. * Overhead the balmy air  whispered among tho baby leaves; on  the branch of, a hawthorn a thrush  poured out Ills evening song of love  and'summer like, the undergrowth  showed a shimmering-carpet of bluebells.  There! Dynecourt exclaimed with a  Bigh of" satisfaction,* motioning * to  Clare to seat herself against.a gnarled  oak-tree, and flinging himself dowft be*  - side her. Wo have got peaco* at  last,, if there' is peace anywhere In  tho world.  Why are you so bitter? Clare asked;  tho singularly musical quality of her  voice falling soothingly on the man's  troubled soul. , You* have^so,much to  make^ou glad. You have saved a  man's~iifel���������you-~Irave���������put���������happiness-  into,;his hands, and the very operation  by whjch you did it all has made  your name and fortune.  Do you think I���������wanted to give  Miles Hernesley happiness? Oliver  said sitting upright, and-.looking full  Into her face. Don't you know that  ���������he���������was my rival.    ���������  Yes, I know, sho' answered gently,  and���������it was splendid of you to���������do  - all you did for him,  Splendid? Dynecourt laughed; his  laugh hurt tho woman by his side.  Splondi'd? ho repeated. ,Shall I tell  you the real truth? Confession is good  for the soul; let me confess to you,  It was.splendid you say? You won't  say It when I tell you I was nearly  Ilernesley'a murderer.  Clare's eyes did not leave his haggard faco; Uicy met his shamed, defiant eyes with a world of yearning  tenderness.  Tell mo, she said, and tliat was all.  Tell me.  I don't know why I want to lower  myself in your sight, Jio said with another of those.laughs lhat hurt Claro.  , You have a fairly good opinion of mo  now, and when I havo dono���������you will  know I am not worth calling friend or  comrade. nut���������l'vo got to tell you,  nil the Bnmo.  Ycb���������tell mo, sho repealed, and for  tho fraction of a second her hand rest-  ., ed on his; tell me everything.  You shall know the worst lho blackest, the dovH'R sido of mo, ho an**-  wcred recklessly. God knows I started out with high enough notions of  honor and straightforwardness, and  I've ended by���������well, I'll tell you..  Ho turned a littlo from her, hia fingers plucking at the grass, his voice  running on smoothly and monotonously, whilst ho told her tho story ot his  compact with Dorothy, aud of'lhat  first temptation that had como to lilm  when Dorothy told him of Miles' offer.  I wanted her, ho said, and I wanted  the money���������I wanted it desperately. I  see now that it was playing low down.  Ilerncsley would never have let her  sell herself to me, as I let her sell  herself to him, he spoko with a soa  of grudging admiration; sho has found  a good man iii him, a better man than  I could' over have bo?nv  By slow degrees, ho passed on to  tell tho listeulng woman of Soamns*  visit to him, of tho bargain struck between them; of his visit lo Mansmc.-'J  on the day.of Tritton's murder, of ills  own fear lest ho should be suspected  of the crime. .     "-,  I went -down to seo him on som.3  trumped up* business; I luwv he h::tl  gono down thore. I felt I must talis,  to the man myself, and I must*lure  been talking to him' only a little lime  before Soames killed hlw. And-���������I  wanted to ���������������������������������������������o Dorolny. It was ail  wrong���������I knew yt wa** wrong���������b it I  wanted to see her.' Can you understand thut? "Or are ;ou women *.o*>  good to understand we poor fools. ,  I understand very well, she said, and  again tlie gentle touch of her hand  ftil'upon his., I understand���������and I  am sorry.  . Oh! I haven't done,'he exclaimed,  shortly;".'there's worse to come, and  not sparing one word against himself,  he told her of Soamos' visit to hlni,  and of all the .part lie had played in  the lawyer's  escape-from justice.* ���������  I didn't want the whole thirig to  come out in court, he said almost savagely. - I was-fighting for my own  hand, fighting to -get Dorothy, but���������  the fates were too strong for me, after  all.'      * ' '  The fates���������or���������someihing grealir  than fate,, Clare whispered..  Conscience gavo  me uo  peace, he  *answered-grimlyT-i.hougli-I^fought---It  down over and over again.      1 very  neai-'.y, he looked into her eyes, then  turned away again.      I very nearly  Climate  . An American was visiting, the South  Devon coast recently, and he expressed surprise at tho fine flowers and  vegetables growing in a cottager's garden. s- He leaned over the garden gate  and talked matters-over with the cottager. ' ' ,  Fine flowers, these, he exclaimed!  How do you'manage to grow them?  Oh, I suppose its the climate! was  the reply.,..       .   . - '\\  And those cabbages, the "American  proceeded. What makes, thom grow  so big, *    "  ��������� Just the climale, the other explained. '   " '        '     ' '      ,  H'm said   the   American   thought-  You know everything, ho said; you) fully.     Now in New York about all  wo can grow is skyscrapers, but we  Winnipeg, Man.  know that my lovo for Dorothy.Is dy  lr g hard; lt Isn't dead yet. You know  that���������that what I am offering "you  ���������is not my best���������but, his head bent  nearer to her, it is a great deal���������Claro  --���������it Is a great deal.  She looked Into his even, her own  o.'ishl with lovo.  I would rather havo lho goat deal  you can offer me than any ether man's  best, Rho whispered. Let me try to  bring you happiness.  For a long moment ho looked into  her tender eyes, then ho stooped and  kissed her reverently, ���������   .,  And you are' willing to do this���������for  a man���������who was tried In tho balance  and found���������  ��������� Not found wanting, she answered  firmly; not found wanting, Oliver; the  balanco swung true. And I come to  you because, whatever you are���������whatever you were, I love you.   *  And yet somebody said there was a  love greater than the love of women.  Dynecourt murmured softly. Greater  ���������than the love ot women���������there was  never anything half so great.  THE END  grow them pretty big and-quick. Only  last year a fifty slory building sprang  up audit grew so quick that it had  no stairs nor lift. .   '  Tho cottager stared. ITo.w do you  get to the top, then? ho asked.  Oh. said tlio American, moving on.  cllinb lt-just climb it!  Through Indiscretion in eating  green.fruit In summer many children  become subject to cholera morbus  caused by irritating acids that act' violently on the'lining of tho intestines.  Pains'" and dangerous purgings ensue  and tho delicate system of the child  suffers under the drain. In such  cases the safest and; surest medicine  is Dr. ,T. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It will check the Inflammation  and save the child's life.  A Long Pedigree       .   .  Sir William Lever, the well-known  sda_i' manufacturer, who, after surprising, everybody by buying * Stafford  House,'has gone on,a business visit  to. West Africa, - once remarked . that  when he got his baronetcy, the College  of Heralds had no difficulty about his  pedigree.       ��������� ' "'  All thoy had to do, he said, was to  take away the '.L' In front of my nam-?  and the 'R' at the end and there il  was! Eve! ',..*'  MARVE  OF  Salt Rheum of Ten   Year's   Standing  Healed as It by Magic  A Reasonable Inference  There was a parochial school In a  remotO'moorland district of a southern Scotch county, at .which the at-  'tondanco had, from various causes,  at one time dwindled <lown to a single  "self-rejiant boy; and one afternoon  in a lull of school Vork the little fellow looked up wiih a reflective air and  said:  --  ., ,.,       -���������  Maister, I think tho schule'll no .be  in the .morn.  .What puts that' in your head, boy?  haughtily Inquired **��������� the master, to  .which the lad immediately replied:  "Because I'll no be bore!  . .;��������� It's an lil Wind--""'  , They were a crowd' of small boys,  and they wero all eagerly .' bent on  catching,,a glimpse of the-important  Cup-tie match.  A benevolent old gentleman who  stood close-by watched them for some  time as they took turn and turn about  .to lift each other up to look over the.  fence.- -  ' Then suddenly walking up to the  turnstile, ho snid- to tho man in attendance, pointing with au imperious  movement to the eager youngsters. ���������-.  You might count those youngsters  carefully.'  Tho ticket collector, thinking he was  at- least someone In authority, or a  kind-hearted old fool, readily consented, and when lie had counted the  small heads as tho boys passed one  by one into the ground, he turned ancl  said:.        ���������' ��������� ���������*���������   *���������  ..Twenty-four, sir.  Thanks," old chap, returned the benevolent old gentleman, as ho prepared  for a hasty departure,* you have exactly confirmed my opinion. I thought  I had counted correctly.    ���������  ''  -Insist-on  -->  this  trademark .  on all your  . ��������� records .  Trademart-*.  The One  Ideal Gift  for all the family  ,; for all the. year  around is a    ���������  ,   Columbia Grafonola ;  Ask your nearest Columbia'  dealer- to play you the specia  Xmas Columbia Records. jCFit  any machine.) ��������� ��������� ,     ;'  Columbia Phonograph Company  ..McKinnon Building, Toronto, O-it.,  Territory,Open to.Dealers  Do You Wish to Improve Your Complexion,  Hands or Hair?  ������i  If you, wish n skin clear  of pimples, blackheads and  other  annoying  eruptions,  hands soft ancl white, hair  live and. glossy, and sculp  free from dandruff and itching, begin today the regular  uso of Cuticura Soap for lho  toilet, bath and shampoo,  assisted by an  occasional  light application of Cuticura  Ointment. No other method  is so  agreeable,  so  often  {.ffcciivcfanrl r,o neftnominnl  iii iR-itling  poor  eomplox-  ion.s, red, rough hands, and  dry, thin nnd fulling hair,  Cuticura  Soap  and  Oint-  im-in iiii\i*ijt't*n.--oiii lliivm^u-  out the world for more than  a general ion, but to those  wishing to try them without cost, a liberal sample  of  c-arli will be sent free  with 32-p. book on the care  and treatment of the skin  and hair. Addres.-VCuticura/  Dept. 25D, Boston, U, S. A.  W.  N.   U.  932  let Hernesley remain in ignorance of  tho new operation* I had discovered.  He was silent for several seconds; a  heavy, pregnant silence, until Clare  once more said gently���������  Tell me ahout it.  He camo to'*'seo me; ho and Dorothy had made up their*minds nothing  more could bo done. I might have  loft il at that; the operation was so  now; I thought . I -would not tell  Hernesley of it���������I told myself it had  probably come too late to ho of any.  uso"in his case; I meant to keep silence, hut I had to speak."'  Well done, she said softly under her  breath, and Dynecourt turned his miserable eyes upon her with a startled  look of surprise.  Well done! he repealed bitterly.  Ah! but wait. I am going lo tell you  the whole. The worst is to come.  God knows why I am telling you all  this business. It shows, me���������for  .what-I am, There's not. much of lho  honorable, upright man about mo. I  used to fancy there was. -.'You woro  at Ilernesloy's operation; you Haw���������  I saw a magnificent piece of surg-  ory.  You almost Baw u man murdered under your very eyes! Dynecourt went  on shortly, and whon Clare started n  littlo ho said, wllh almost brutal frankness, Hernesley was nearor dead that  dny than ho had over been in his life,  Feeling us I did about tho man, pc-  haps I ought, never lo have undertaken  tho operation, and when It. all camo  so rasv to my hand���������when 1 saw whnt  would happen If the knlfo slipped���������by  only a hair's hrcnth���������I tell yon I felt  lllio let I lug lho knife slip,  Hut It didn't slip, she said, her faco  verv whllo nnd still.     You savod���������  ' Slr'MUoH'.llfo.  I dldn't/wonl lo wive 11, ho answered roughly, as If bo woro determined  tn mako hor boo Iho vory wonst of  lilm. I wauled In ond It Unit, dny���������  I tell you again, It was only hy a nnr-  row shavo thai ynu didn't, too murder  done under ycur vory eyes.  (Mam sat Biiildr.-nly upright, a light  leapt into her oyoH.  Hut thoro \vnn the. narrow shavo,  Bhe raid, and I Raw you suvc a nion'i*  Dynecourt pulled lilnwcir Into >in  upright poi-itioit, loo, iuul looked nt hor  in dumb aiiiiizMiiPiit,  Do you menu 1o say ynu don't Ava-  turn*, mo utler'.y? ho nxeliilnifiil. Yon  r-nu'l fee] liK'llnnd lo bo ���������comrade nnd  frlflirt to a mrn wlio���������  Who founlit i\u.ftlH3l.*lcniplalKiii, an.l  cnnio nut on tho top, nlio uiiiiwered  with a trcniiiioiin i*iiiii������'. i u-'h'i. nAht  ._ ,-.,) St'.i i.ib, fcr Uw-ir \!H\ir** **i\lv.  I Mick tn t-ifW Uivniigh IhloM nnd Ihln,  and whether I hoy "tr" B00'l or bad.  For linttor, or woi'i-n**, Dyiiocoiiil  quoted for Hi ci r.Ofiond limn thai nfim-  noon, nud Ihln timo. iih ho suld lho  WOl'llK,  IIIH 1)1' lunll-li HU  ���������*��������� l.ilv'n  i,-*-.,'  mid ho saw iho color kwopu over it.  That Heft flank of i'olnr flunliod a sudden light Inlo bin mind, ami iih hor  oyez dr*i|>|'cil lifiie.'illl IiIh gnzo 111.?  light grew ami brightened, Ho>niit.  a littlo inwards her, Ills hand went out  ninl (;,'.!.",!.( ll'MT. j  Could ynu ttb-b In inr* ns huiiioMiIuri  morn iliiin f.-iiiir.'1'l'- iuul frHnl? hn)  (idId lliij.uli-lvr-lv. In -pite nf all���������1'ivl  told ynu, couM ynu tnkr ini'--fnr bel-i  lcr nr *.."'.-���������.��������� li'.rl umbo nfiiiH'thlnp; nf;  mc? " I  f'.lnn'r eyes grew tnlMy. no worth:  r.-ii.i!* in her Up**, bul lu-r t.ioo ,uih-  ���������������������������,.,:] rv. ))f,'i oj,,] nyinvciirtV linii-I  i|r-"������\\ hi-, m.h'1. c*<j*-'flv to Ijlni.    ''  Hands Cracked so Could not Work -  Cures Effected by  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  It does not, take long* for Dr..  Chase's Ointment to prove Its magic  healing power. A* single jaight is  ofteii sufficient to" produce the most  startling results.  Internal treatment for skin diseases  is nearly always disappointing. ��������� By  applying Dr. Chase's Ointment,to lh5  diseased parts relief is -obtained al-  most immediately, and gradually ..the  irore3~H^^up7anTl~di"sappea"r~ Here  aro two letters which * will interest  you:��������� -. ' <���������>       ���������  Mrs. Chas. Gilbert, Haystack, Pla-  centia Bay, Xfld., writes:��������� "I was a  sufferer from Salt Rheum ���������for ten  years, and hnd about. despaired of  ever being cured, so many treatments  had failed. Reading of tho wonderful'cures effected by Dr. Chase's'Ointment,. I commenced using It, and was  entirely cured by eight boxes. I  want to express my gratitude for,Dr.  Chase's Ointment, and to recommend  it to all sufferers."  Mr. Stanley Merrill, Delaware, Ont.,  'writes:���������"For years I was troubled  with my hands cracking, often becoming bo soro that'I could hardly do any  work. I got some of Dr. Chase's  Ointment, and happily find tha.t ono  or two applications of same to the  affected parts mako them woll, I  havo had no trouble since using tho  ointment for sore hands,"  Dr, Chase's Ointment, 00c, a box,  at all dealers, or Edniansoii, *Rato9'&  Co., Limited, Toronto.      ^ ,  You ought to wear  reliable merchants have them  in stock  $100 Reward, $l.u.   ,  The readers ot this paper *nlll be pleased to learn  that tlier.; Is at least, one -dreaded disease that selencfl  hns been Ablo to cure In ell its BtagcB, and that Is  Catarrh. Hail's Catarrh (Jure Is the only positive  euro now known lo "M\e medical fraternity. Catarrl*  being a constitutional disease, -requires a constitutional-treatment. Ilall'3 Catarrh Curo.is taken In.  tcrnaliy, act'sig directly upon.the blood and mucous  lurlacee ot thn cystem, thereby. destroying the  foundation ot tho-disease, u jd Riving the patient  Urpngth by building up tlio constitution and assisting nature In ���������doing its v.ork. The proprietors havo  eo much taltU la its curative powers thtrt they-otter  One Hundred Dollars .for any rase that It fails to  euro.   Send for list of testimonials.  Adilress F. .1. CJ1KXEV .': CO , Toledo, O.  ' Sfi.'d by all Druggists, 75c.  '1'aif.o Hall's Family rill:, for .onulpatlou.  I -     mnmm    ,.,��������� .���������,.  Why1 Not?      <  '���������   He was a very cute man, was Jim  "tobacco'iF  ounce of  Compensation Curiosities   '  All sorts of funny claims are made  under the Workmen's' Compensation  Act, and after making inquiries , of  some of the leading companies who  insure uiide,r the Act, tho following  are some of the droll claims, viz:���������  A cow, whisking her tail,,, causes  severe injury to, milkmaid's, eye-.  -   A servant receives  shock through  seeing a'large Teddy" Bear ..when the  room* was dimly lighted.  A manservant strains , his v leg  through stamping on a cat. *  ''  .  A cook breaking coal, a piece went  down her throat. ,v:  A curate scalded through stumbling  Whilst carrying a tea-urn at a parochial gathering,  A clergyman bitten by a dog whilst'  visiting.   '    '.','.."' ' ���������'    *  A coaching;,- proceeding ��������� from a  stable, struck,on the'face by his master's slipper,-. Intended for a singing  .cat. '   ' ��������� -"'������������������- J'      - .-'���������*.'  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A fdW dcora south of C.P.R. Dtptt,  ftatsi $1.60 to 12.00 ptr i*ty.  On ltd no unoxcollo-  H*t und cold water In every r������������_  Hetel   practically   Flrapra  All Outildo Roams  "Malcesufe7     Going���������into-a"  ist's shop he asked for an  It was handed to him,  thick twist  already cut and,wrapped up  Would you mind trusting mo with  it? said Jim. ���������       .  ���������',.  Certainly not, said the tobacconist.  I do not know*you; and have not seen  you before.  ln that case, then, would you mind  . putting tho twist on .the scales, because* I do nol. know, you, and have  not seen you before, said Jim Make-  sure, ���������        ���������        ���������    . ?  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  C0W3  Garget  in  Dr, Hoots, the American Bishop of  Hankow, snys thai when he first went  lo China boforo bo'ninny of tho Chili'  ose cut off thoir quouoB.'ov pigtails, ho  had somo dlfllculty in remembering  peoplo, lhe faces of tho Chinese seeming all so very iniich alike,  I'm getting over my dlfllculty now,  ho said one day to a mandarin; hut  in the beginning you all looked as llko  as two peas.  Two peiirt'.' repeated the mandarin,  smiling.     Why not say two qucuouV  Minard's Mnlinent Co., Limited.  . Gentlemen,���������I havo nsoil MlNAItD'S  LINIMKNT from time to timo for tho  past twenty yonrs. It wns recommended to nio hy a prominent physician ot Montreal, who callod lt tlio  "great Nova Scotia Liniment.." It  doos'tlio doctar'u work; It Is piirllci-  lnrly ������ood in oiim-a of Hhoiiiiinllnni nn I  SprnliiH.  Yours truly,  (i. a, nusTAN,  Chartered Accountant.  Halifax, N.H., HdvL. 21, 1005,  \He Waa Barred  Sufficient Reason  A well-known judge recently dined  at mi hotel In Dublin where the man  who takes charge of,.the hats is celebrated for his memory about lho ownership of headgeari'  How do'you know that 1his is-my  hat? the judge asked, as his hat was  handed to him,  ' I don't know it, sir, said Pat.' '  Then why did you give It 'lo me?  replied Ihojudgo,  * Because'you gavo It lo me, sir, said  the mnn, without moving a muscle-of  his faco.  ���������-. Another GeorgenWashington  The * French Consul at Gettinje has-  been telling an amusing story of  Prince Dauilo of Montenegro.-  One evening, when Princo Danilo  was quite'a.littlo boy,'the Royal������.am-  ���������ily_wore-,gatliere'd-round_t_.___. remand,  the .children were reciting little pieces  of poetry to their parents; _. When it  came to Prince Danilo's turn he seemed to be very much embarrassed.  If you don't know,anything else, said  his mother coaxlngly, you may .just  tell us a little slory.  ���������I can't- mother, he'.said; I really  can't,  ,  Please do! sald-Jhis mother.- " -We  should like lt very much. ,  A very littlo one,,, then, said the  boy. /���������'  Certainly, if you don't know a long  one, a little ono will do.*  And you'll glvo me a . kiss   afterwards? ho,bargained. ','���������  "  Of course I shall,,,his mother replied.     And so .will your father. .  This seemed I01 encourage tho boy.  so ho 'stood- up boldly and announced: Thore was onco a beautiful  china vase���������and, I've just broken It!  WANTED  An aggressive, rcllablo * -and experienced representatlva  in,-every  town  ���������and  city in Canada.,to-talte  orders.  ��������� from our coraplote range of samples for our (Unexcelled) "Custom  Sladci. Garments."   .  "* a j..e. ,Mcdonald  -   Wholesale Merchant Tailor  115    KING   ST.,    KAST,  .TORONTO  _GALL_SJ_OJ!_IO  Kidney'Stones and Gravel aro'quick-,  ���������ly exivelled from the system by the  'ueq ot;' ...-���������������������������    .".���������������������������  ��������� ."-SANOE.',.  which has been a signal success  throughout Canada as a complete  euro-of. Kidney Troublo. and all Uric  Acid' Diseases.. Wt will send letters  telling of. many cure������ to all who will  ' Price JI-JSO Per 'Bottle at all Leading  Druggists.  THE SANOL MTG.   CO.,  LTD.  WINNIPEG, MANITOBA  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  B-glneers and Boilerr-ukon  B*������Uern   ef   all     kind--End-**,  Pttwpo, and Heavy Plata \fwk  Writ* tin lor PrlMi  14 itrachan. Av������., Toronto, Canada  Ho wiIh''yoiif#, 'ho wus a Highlander, tuuV Up 'wiis on the pollco forco,  Homo of -hit* friomlH tried to pnrtiuudo  hlni to Join tlui pipers' hand, where ho  would Imvo higher duties und better  liny.  Hut 1 '-nnii'i roiul n nolo n' ������jiu**lc, demurred ho nt- tlrst.  Soon, Iiowout, Ills H'.-ruplcR woro  ovornik'il, and lie apponred beforo tlio*, culled  inii-iicai, Uii'i-i'ior, lo \iuoin no. cuiiihh;u  ri-Juftiiiilly 'Imt he l;n"\v vf*vy lllllf  music, find nothing at all nf InBtn-  mont playing,  Well, P,aid tiio conductor, lu donpalr,  can you lull niu exactly how many  beiitu Ilium am In n bar?  Atl,   t  Villi,),-!,   ,'li,  iV|iiiVU   i.ir.   it'll l ;*.! ���������>'<*> l  Ignoramus, but ��������� -eagerly��������� I run tu',1  you Jnsi, how many burn thero nro In  a henI!  Asthma Victim**, ' The man of wo  man subject to nsthma ia Jndoed a,  victim. What can ho more torrlfylng'  than to suddenly bo Helzod with paroxysms of choking which ueom to fairly threaten lho existence) of life itself.  From .such a condition Dr. J; D.-  Kellogg'a Asthma Remedy has brought  many to t completely restored health  and happiness. It In known and  prized ln ovory section of thlB broad  land. v ���������     ���������  How He Saved  The new parson mot ono of hia  moHt earnest.]i������rtnlilonoro,,ln the lnno  ono morning. Aiy.or a doaiiltory con  vernation, ho remarked:  I hope, Giles, you mak������- n, practice  of wiving? Thoro Is nothing llko putting Bomt-lhliig awny for n rainy day,  Indeed no, Hlr, answered Glloa ro-  Hpoctlvely, I nmko Jt u rule novov  to spend more limn Iwo-lhlrda of mo  wogos a week.  Ah, that's tlio way���������tliiit'H tho vwiy!  HHld tho new parson, nnd beamo.l  broadly. And I supposo tlio rest of  It you put In tho mivlii*-*-. bank?  Oh, dour, no, sir! nnswered Farmer Giles complacently. Tho rest 1  gives lo tho missus on which to ke?n  'OUHO.  ,    Doubtful ;  Fen nil aw���������I hear you tire to wed  Colonel'-.Swinger, Mrs. .Grasso',Ho'B  a noblo' fellow,* ovei-y, inch a soldier,  born to command,   ������������������ ��������� '" .'   '���������>���������  Widow Gniflso���������H'm. Wo'Jl ���������eo  abouf, that,1'Mr, Fcnslmw; wo',11 bos  about that.   ,   '      "   ' -, ,.,  #���������������������������*" *  ������������������������������������", *���������������"��������������������������������������������������� ��������� ���������*  Minard's Liniment' Cures Diphtheria.  ���������.-, -���������������������������,��������������� "���������-'-   ���������  A' Guarantee  '" Supposing I, decide to let you havo  the monoy, how do I know that I shall  got It-Wok at the timo you'mbntlon?  .said Splffkliis.       .     ' .-       .   .  I prbmluo ltemy boy, on tho word of  a gentleman, 'milled Blffkins.  'Aht lh'th'at.aBG I may think hotter  of It.'- -Comb round this evening and  bring him w,\L\\ you.  '       '  TO CURE &COLD IN ONE DAY  Take LAXATfvft ��������� BIIOMO    Qulnl.io  Tablots. nnimlBlB refund money If tt  falls to curo.TH. W. GROVB'B Blgna-  turo la on eijrcli box.   2Cc,  Matflslralo .jillscliarelnB prisoner)--  Now then, Would advise you to koop  away from bail company.  Prisoner���������Thank yon nlr. Yqu  won't Booinoliovo'HRnln.  BEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND .MIO.  MRS. WINSWW'8 fiOOTJIIHO.SVRUP -A"^^*}  ' ���������lii.ie  . ��������� It.  BOOTlIKs'tiie c'iilMV," SOFTENS the GUMS,  ���������Sw.a"������ Sh j'ain ic&wnmwufiadi  in lhe bem relnedy for UlARRIUltA,   It UI tb>  dolukly li-mnlci-fl.  Be wire nnd n-tlc for "Mr������.  Whiblow's Hooililnu Synip," nnd uke no other -  Uud. Twenty-live ceuts u uottle. ^  .MKH-WlNBt-OWft 800T1IIHO hVRUP linu i  MOTiuiitH for- their CHIi.oubn   wji  TBOTIIISO. %Mi PJ5RWCT SUCCK8S.  CANCER  BooU Tree.    A maple  Home  treatment removed  lump from Dili Uily'* breast  Old sores, ulcers snd  irowlhs cured.   Dtscrlhe  "������������������nr (rouble | we ���������will send book snd lesllmoDlsfs. ,  tho; oanada cancer institute, lihitkb  IO CHUnCHILL AVtf,, TORONTO  ' /I  1  Householder���������Dy Jovo, a real burglar, l.eay, just wait a mlnuto, wiil  you?  BurKlor���������Whllc yor call a coppor?  I ilon't think.  HoiiHohohlor���������No, only whilo I call  my wife. Sho's heard you ovory  night for twenty yours, and lt will bo  a rral pleasuro for hor to boo you at  last  niiffoi**���������AnyUiliiK lu your uto-r-lilng  ChrlHtrtiar, mornliiK?  Hatter���������Not 'till I rtrr-wrt.  A ludy who wn.i vory plnln-lookliig  a friend.     This friend's  I UlV.C   I'.ltC    t]\n ' vnoni,   I'ill  lv'p'v moihiM' liilrodiinpil her.  Hut, mamma, Isn't- tha awfully  lioiuolyV said tlio youiiB J.iop������ful,  Whv, I/aura, you mustn't Hay finch  LIiImrb; It Isn't, polite. '  1 mciiut It oniy us a Joke.  ]infi   Ait'O',   h'iv:   vniich   mnvn  of   a  joko tt would luivo beon If you had  mild: How pretty sho la.  International  StockFood  D  ITo (uilmlrlnRly) -You'ro not tlio  Bort of Rlii to [ilvo youmolt nway.  Hho (Inslnimtlnsly)���������No, but you  mlRht tisk father.  7?  ON'T let your lionet  run down durliiK tin-  winter iuul gel no nntl I Imt  they will lone flefhtadlywlicu  you ntfirtyoiirsprliitf plowliiir.  reptlftTlv (liirlnit the winter, "usy nserl ilie  ���������pl-miiiU tonic ttiftttt ot INUMNATlOUAL  STOCK FOOD, to tone up the illr(c������Uvc  orgnnn, ennble them to tttX nil the jiood out  ot Ili-flr fttil, jtrevctil llie lilr-M frnm  becoming overhcntfil, nud tliun wnnl off lUscnue,...  I.AHOIIAM, HaHIC, lllll, j6lll, \<))J,  "I luive fed ISTItlWTATIONAT, RTOCK VOOO for mnny yenrn. I ������lwsy*|li*T-������  *    "jli-inillnpln tnwt.t.������n.   11ii*in������"nt n vntr of lltrre vrnr old rnlln nml Ihrv  down tlmt ������iy iiflnliborn twicl 1 )\nft titrn Vrni.  Wiimi Uiutii-iiiViu;  .   . ..      .   j0    .   . ... .......    ......  ������ Uf fnHyietU tt-.rtMnfln tnw (.ki-n  were so worked down tlmt ������iy iit-ln:   colts, tltey wclRlicd l4po ll>������. I ploimtied it erres nml lliey wcltthcil '.fijo-lli**u I  Imrreiteil 16.1 ner-*������ au-a tlirenlied and Imulcil one caYIoml lo lown, is miles, I welched  veil! i  iprlii  them nimln mu! they welRlietl sBjo, nud I unM "Tliey ilmll welsh ,\������*o Mon snrliiB".  Now, the Ni'lBlibom w������ul to tmy them but ihore's no clmncc",     j. O. RllMl-i'I,.  J'orMle by dealers every where.  Our Ij.nrAoo Stuck llool.*���������sent free when we  receive your uniiic mid address.     |NTr,RNATt6N,U STOCK T00D CO, I.1MITCD, TORONTO.  IHE GRAIN GROWF.nrV GRAIN CO., LTD.  T.  EXECUTIVE  A. Crerar, R. J. l'Veom, John Kennedy, William Moffat.  WINNIPEG,  CALGARY  .   DIRfeCTORATE  Manltooa���������T   A.  Ciciar  John Kenn**<1y, Wm.  Moffat, n,  McKenil*.   8������sk*tehew������n���������Geo.  Mni ley   J   A. Molmwl F. W.  Uraen, J. Morrison.   Alberta-I3. J. Fream.  f you tensisn your Brain to u������ ll will be locked Pftcr In tho best possible manner.  OUR AIM       . , , , .. .  To b.'t'sr ihi condition of the farmer and em out the if.?cr.d UtTwn the pro-Suetr tm Vnt.  Li*.i.iiiu'.cr. in  ���������___���������___ $.9  ii  .the news; 'cmraEErAiro, b. a'.  I  every day. Post-mortem  examinations often' show  Uiat tuberculosis had been  arrested by strengthening  the lungs before the germs  gained mastery.  You can strengthen your  .resistance-power by taking  Scott's Emulsion. It contains available energy, in concentrated form, which quickly  nourishes all tlie organs of the  body, ft repairs waste���������makes  rich, active blood and supplies  energy to the starving cellt. It's  \. timely use enable* the body to  resist tuberculosis.  For stubborn colds and  bronchitis nothing compares  with Scott's Emulsion.  Refuse substitutes ��������� insist on  SCOTT'S. " ������ .        ,  ' - Scott S Bawne, Toronto. Outn-tfo , 12-47  )___3__a___  A LIBERAL LAND    POLICY  .     AUSTRALIA  |N CRIP'OF.TRUST,  Nationalization  of the.j Industry ��������� \*  Sought by Party *   t    "  Mr.   -Watt,   of '. Melbourne,     thy  ,  Victorian,premier, will visit England  early in February to arrange a loan  conversion and tho organization of the  state's representation in London.  .The sugar commission's, failure to  ' recommend'the nationalization of tho  " Australian sugar Industry; now completely dominated   by.  the   Colonial  ..���������.. Sugar/ Refining Company, has disap-  ���������" pointed the Labor party,' but the pro-  1 posal.to secure a constitutional aniend-  -   mont enabling the federal government  to- gpntrol the sugar duty on a sliding  *   scale and to standardize' prices will  assist the, party's-"''referendum*  cam-  ���������paign. :  ��������� The commission's report; now'published, declares that nationalization  would involve a heavy loss, unless the  treasury, charges . the consumer a  higher, price - than a private company  "demands.     , ,  -  .. ..The commissioners'"scheme to abol-  __<���������i,_L~M-._-u_.,.,i-::i_v-,-! > -- ��������� ___"'_  ~-^.u-uui.u-uyiuny-and"u.\cise"is~general^  ly approved':-..  '���������'   - "   it      ~     ~~"'  Case* In Cout*t  Paris.���������A   seven   year* old   actor,  Debus,  who' has 'been earning, over  ?3,500 a year from a cinematograph  company, refused lo appear on  the  ..samo stage* as .-another child actor  , The company asked' In' tho courts for  ' an  injunction  prohibiting him - from  t  using, the name, of Baby, which they  regarded as their property, and froni  appearing in nny'clnomatograph show  before next June,, under a penalty vof  ���������5*100 for each contravention.  Tiio 7-year-old star was1 legally represented and won lils case,  *  It is-reported that Miss Emily wild-  Ing Davidson, of London, who" was  sent to prison for disturbance nt  Lloyd George's Aberdeen mooting was  ���������liberated, her fino of $10 having been  bald anonymously. , She had boon on  hunger strike, and was much exhaust.  ed.  Antolno Dubois, formerly ' a  Paris chauffour, on lils first visit to  tho wlno vaults at Boaune, was ovor-  somo by tho fiimos of (he liquor. Ko  foil Into a vat containing 100 gallons  of burgundy and was drowned.  CRITICAL TIME  OF WOMAN'S LIFE  From 40 to 50 Year* of Age,  How It May Be Passed  in Safety*  C.P.R. Has Formulated Unique Plan  for Aiding "and Assisting Desirable Class of 'Settlers  ��������� A startling change In the land pollc?  of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company about to be inaugurated,. marks  an entirely new era,of land colonization by any railway company or other  large land owning corporation on thla  continent. Of the, land grant* of  twenty-five-millions of acres given, tha  Canadian. Pacific Railway company a8  part of Its subsidy for the construction of its line, about two thirds have  already beon,been sold. In the earlier days of its history, the company,  like other land owning railway lines  south of tho* International boundary,  sold its land without .reference to colonization or improvement of land, being forced to this policy, by,the financial necessities existing in connection  with tho early construction of all the  transcontinental lines. Of late years  the Canadian Pacific Railway Company has been endeavoring to follow  more of a'land colonization policy,  and for tills purposo - extends tha  terms of payment for lts:3ands, introduced the entirely new and original  scheme qf "ready-made" farms, augmented that by the, establishment.of  some thirty demonstration farms br  tlieir own, and then, went a step'further by agreeing to provido live stock  to assist fanners in going in for more  diversified agriculture. This* policy  during tho past three years has resulted in the sale of a vast area, of  land in Western Canada,, and'.has  had more to do than any other one influence in stimulating the remarkable  movement*of settlement from south of  the,-- International boundary, " from  Great Britain and Northern Europe to  Western Canada.  ���������Realizing that in connection .with  the disposal of tho seven millions of  acres'-of land still held by the company it. was desirable, to go even a  step'further in the effort to people  these lands with successful agriculturists*, the company has now come forward with the very startling policy  which involves a sale of land only to  actual settlers, and as ah inducement  has extended the term for tho payment of land from   ten   to   twenty  years; has undertaken to mako loans  to the farmers to assist themin erec*.-  mg their buildings; has, provided for  the advance���������of livestock so as to enable these' land purchasers to start  their farming operations on an intensive or extensive farming basis, ^and  has finally laid down the principle that  by the sale of land only-to actually  bonafide settlers under the very, liberal terms mentioned, it will be possible to colonize- the unsold portions  of_thehu.l_and���������gTants-,w-ith_fro"m-thirty  to forty thousand hand-picked agriculturists from the United States, Grent  Britain and Northern Europe and by  this method to introduce into western  Canada a class of people,who inevitably must have a marked effect upon  agricultural development of the country, upon-.its political'development as  a portion of Canada and   upon   Canada's position in tho Empire.  , It Is popular in'tho United States  and In Canada to attack largo railway  land  owning  corporations , from   the'  basis of selfishness' on their part in  the administration of their holdings,  but the general policy which has beon  followed by tho Canadian Pacific Railway in tho administration of tho land  grant given Jt as p'art of a' subsidy  for the construction of its lino, especially during late year's, and the extraordinary liberal   policy.'- now   announced, certainly indicates that this  company has beon and Is realizing to  tho fullest extent its responsibility to  so utlllzo Its land as to bring about  not only the host financial result to  itsolf but'tho greatost good to Western  Canada,  Merchants9 Bank, of Canada^  'v       ,   '.Proceedings at���������the Forty-ninth Annual Meeting of Shareholders "       *  or Ulhffi������ at, the he_I offlc  Corns and wartu   disappear   when  treated with Holloway'a Cora Curo,  Without leaving a scar.  Company Sues Him, But he Wins his  COUNT ANC DANCER  So, Walling ton, B. C. - "For n year daring tiio Change of Lifo I was all run  down, I waa really  too weak to walk ond  wan vory despondent  and thought I was  ffoiiif? to dlo, but after taking Lydia Ji.  ! Pinkham's Vogeta-  [bio Compound and  Blood Purifier my  I health nml strength  returned. Inmvery  thankful to you nnd  pralsoyourmedlclne.  I hnve ndvlnml several womon who Buffered as I did to try your remedies, You  way jviWI-di ���������M** tt y<Ml ���������wW*-..'' Mrs.  David R. Mortnifl, South Wellington.  Vancouver Island, D. C.  No other medlclno for woman's Ills has  received such wldo-sprjad nnd unqualified endoMomont. Wo know of no other  ���������mwllrlnn which hn** ������*urli n record of pue-  cess as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. For moro than 30 years  It has been the standard romedy for woman's ills such nn inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, periodic  pains and nervous prostration, and wo  bnll-n'rt it fi ijn-������fju*tlled for women during the period of change of lifo,  ' Ifyou Imvo tlio Htlffli test doubt  that Lyditv H.Plnlcham'H Vcgc table Compound will help you, writo  to Lydia 13. PinklinniMoillcine Co,  (confidential) Lyim.Maus., for ml-  tlce. Your lotter will bo opened,  rend and answered by a woman,  nnd held In strict confidence,  t******tt*a***ma**m*i**mmm*mm*aaaa**mm*ra^���������aam**M  V/. N. U. 932  Woman Forgea His Name to Bill and  lo Sent to Prison  Borlln. ��������� Count" Alhrecht' von  Ilohei-uti, whoso family Is rolatod to  tho Hohoiuollorns, was tlio chiof fig-  uro In tho trial for forgery nt Berlin  recently, of u Viennese daiip.or named  Mario Esporalndt, who wns acquainted with tlio c<funt whon ho wns an  ofllcor ln tho army, ft was stntod  that whon the count mnrrled a rich  woman lils tainlly paid tlio dnncor a  sum of monoy. A fow month*- later  i-hd was Induced to sign tho count'a  namo to a bill of oxchnngo for $7500,  which a eoafudorato negotiated.  Count Ilolienau, whp gavo ovldonco,  staled that at ono timo ho was oxtrn-  ordlnnrly fond of tho dancor, Jt wus  not truo that ho hnd mnrrlod a 11 nasi an countosfl worth $10,000,000..  Tho woman was sonjoncod lo Miio  month's imprlsoiiiTiont',  OFFICIAL WHEELBARROW8  Strange Means of Transit of French  Functionaries  Paris,���������All of' tlm Kronen ofllclnls  on tho Ivory Coast, West Africa, nro  ln future to mako their otllclul jour.i-  oys In wheelbarrows,  ijiiu in iiiiiioiiiiccd in tho ofiicial g,v  ac-llr- nt tbo IVr-neli ASrlcuti oolxiulna,  which point** out. that tho natlvcii nra  showing nn Increased disinclination to  curry either hnggugo or travelers on  thoir heads. A ono-whooled vohiclo  of light and elegant Btriicturo. capable  oi can-jin-i, ont- jihieiiiiKor anil hiH bag*  gngo has theroforo boon dovlsod.  Bonus for TeaclierC Babies  AmBt.erdiim.--It Is said tho Dutch  government propoi*c3 to lncroapo tha  enlnrlrs of mnrrled lonelier** who havo  reached thn ago of 28 and who havo  two or moro children. They will re-  colvii 517 u. year in rr-Hpuct of ouch  child until the children reach the ajjo  of 18.  A remarkably fine* rlflo ranso  for London flri'mtn lias been erected  nt Houfhtt-nrlc Brl'lfn ran A honArinnrt-  crs, nnd will bo opened noxt Wwlne*  day by Lord Choylesmon*, chnlrmntn  of thu London   county   council   am!  j chairman of tho council of the Nation-  ���������nl Illflo Association,  m,     t, ��������� ,* THE DIRECTORS'  REPORT  -Tho President then read tho annual .report of tho Directors as follows-       '-'-."'  .���������?.u'?.vl!ll^������,.pal4;.,.0apiw OI-W.49H.MS, Hun, ia3 Kooi ������,���������,��������� tlW .urn ol -.-,338,844 62,  l_~n        tn        n-)ll1     -Of    nnM   nn/v     m * . . T.. *  sued at 17?"^ZinStoTseSV&ff^ UurihS SffS^o?. V'������ iIir<Jmlam 2? ��������� 8t������Ck <'*  'paid-up Capital. ;   '    '        b   b u up.l0 *G.410,760, or a fraction over 05 per cent of��������� th������  "During   the   past   year   we have   opened offices-at the foilowinc nolnts*- vl?--  's^&'s^^^^t^^^i&vtsi'isti-  and his advico  ras'   our    Vica-  and happiness  Andrew J. Dawoi  mmmmmmmmm  *eHS~~^^  also'b'on������SSit&7you91'eaSinS tte am������Unt of "^'Directors' remuneration to $25,000 per annum(1wti  "All of which is.respectfully submitted.      .   " ������H. MONTAGU ALLAN   Pr������w*  - Statement.of the Result of'trte Business of the Bank for- the'Year ending 80th JlivemfeVl.K ������������������" -  Tho Net Profits of the year, after pay:   '    .     '''    ' ]������f^ ^ $^������ ������ ^i      -,      '  -.ment   of   charges,   rebate   on'dis- . ;'      V   .        SSiS.^.^11*.1^ $151j9b2.63     "  counts, -Interest- on    dsposlts; S and    '        ���������'     "    Dividend No. 99, at tha     ;.'*''.  ' '      . . t , "    rate of 10 $o.t cent por '       " ' ���������' "  making full provision for   bad    and .annum*.'...' ���������' ..    162,685 12  ������������������������������������ ,    ,,, ,   , w ' ���������"_ "'- ' Dividend No. 100, at the       ���������''-���������*'  doubtful  debts,  have  amounted  to.$1,338,844.G2        rate of 10 per cent per  Lj.  '���������  "'       .  '    ' '     -���������* .* .  anniim J..,  ^ ' 1 e{!_con_irft ^ 1_   "Premium .on New   Stock;-..;", ;.,    560,760.00     , ratrof'WpeVcoit pe?  annum  ..?.';.' 167,886.28  V The  balance, brought forward  from '    '   Transferred to Reserve"-Fund from $649'004'53  ���������JOth  November,  1911,  was   .'. .-     58.87S.1S '"TrwirJS3��������� L������nS Accou^t  ;���������������������������������������������" * 450,000.00  ���������   f                                               ���������            ' Transferred .to* Reserve Fund from  ..,                                ���������   "��������� ' Premium  on *New   Stock    - 560,760.00  *-'*���������          .*'.-..               .     * '   .           i- written off Bank Promises Account 100,000,00  ;       * Making a total of ��������� - \,-...-..$1,958,482.80 Contribution,  to    Officers'    Pension'  .'     - Fund...' ,.   50,000.00  , , ".,l                                  ..    ���������         ������������������ :  Balance carried forward   148,718.27,  .-'��������� !* Reserve Fund Account ������������������-,   ei 950 400 on  ..-Balance,. 30 November, 1911  ..,-.-,..,....... .........      ������5,400,000 ���������'' '  Transferred from Profit and Loss Account'...."..". 450,000 *       ���������       ���������  * Premium on New Stock ;     '     560,760 " ���������  ��������� ,, ., *      - . '  , 1   '$6,410,760  * Average Paid-up Capital during year ending 30th November, 1912, $6,498 332 '  Statement of Liabilities and Assets 'at 30th November, 1912  LIABILITIES ^ ASSETS  ' '   y ' Gold and Silver Coin on baud .... $2,340,728.79  1. To the Publlo *, T Dominion Notes on hand     4,529,797.75  Notes and Cheques of* other Banks   5,267,033! 20  Notes in  Circulation   ...-....,���������' ..... $6,861,496.00     Balances, duo to other banks'In Can-     '   ?  Doposits  .not     bearing "   ada ;    ���������   ��������� ..       *   3 046 33  intorost $17,340,321.41 Balances duo by Banks and.Agents        '     ''  Deposits      bearing'     in-   * in  tho United. States         534 944 20  terest     ;:.. 4*1,322,500.99 Call and    Short   Loana  Deposits by other Banks on  Bonds' nnd  Stocks  in  Canada        '783,596.72 Jn   Canada   ;,.,. .'....$5,209,327.05  "          62,446,479.12     Call   and  Short    Loans    .  .  ��������� T, 1 ',..*. on Bonds and Stocks  Balances   duo   to   Agents   in    Groat elsewhere    than     ln  Britain  ���������    1>051,B32._1        Canada ' -: 002160 r,7  Balancos duo to Agents In tlio United ^ '   !      l-Z-ZZl^7 n P1������-w ,*  Dividend  Nod��������� loT**"** "           JH'JS'S    adornment, Municipal Railway and   ''     *  ata:'.;::,:;;:::  1687;B8g;g8f' othor Bonds ���������* M��������������� ���������> wmw  ������       /���������                       "'/'*', -570,809,740.24    Current .Loans and'Discounts  (lest27'027'440,73  v                                        - **                     Rohato of Interest rosorvod)..,. 53,374,821.01  ' i -    ���������*>   t������ ���������!,. o������a������m,������m���������_     ''  ' Loans and Discounts   ovorduo   (loss  ....   2- "0 the Stockholders. fully provided for)       184,290 51  '���������CflnHiLl   nniii  im            ������������ iai non nn                          l3opoBlt with Dominion Govornmont  Servo   Fund          &?& no                           J������T.  wow]fy of Noto Circulation..    300,000.00  SSaS^0     Prolita'cai-l '    MortRn������,   ft"a,^ SoeurlUos, tho  r������l  fo!L*d 148718 "7 nW';15; ������f tho Ban,r        118,810.17  hoc   lorwiiia   .......���������     34g,<lg.,7 Rca   Eatolo     ���������    27,098.20  __!____ nc IromI'"a8 mid Purnltiiro ....   2,427,331 01  I8W10.007.CI-    ������tl,0rAS80,S              00.800.13  (       ( $84,110,907.51  dlMtrlbutloniamoiitfHt tlio pliarclioldom, 'nni-u, no mm in noituj uaoptou, and ordered to b������ printed for  In nirtkliiB' tho motion, Mm Prej-Mnnt unld:  ,i';?B,ll!!,Ji{���������"i'.!f XU1,?.!! ?.*_i;_,,lv,.lL,..n?.*? !."?_ ������J'.'" ������������ aywy .������ntlBfa������.tflry .report. .Thin ������nf������m-*nt of tho remilt ot Uu,  falvp, Indeed."  "   " ' "" " vo,y ������otl������faotory ntnto of uf-  nan?r!W atnW^ MnmU,'Cr' Mr' ,3, lr' IT,ib<,8n' mtl*������ n fow rn���������rt"> '" rognrd to tho report rm.l tho bi.fllne������9 of th.  Tho followlm* by-lawn woro thon tnUon up nnd cnnnld*  Bylaw No, 1  Jn every yr.ir.  T^v-lnv* No.  TIT  Tly-law >fo, VI,  -mwfl woro men tfiiton up nnd connldored nml llm nnioudm-'nln pnfl.ied ���������unnnlnmnsly:  That tho Annual Qonornl Meollnir hIioiiM hn lirirt on thn ount flv-i.-.-i--- in.  Tnrrfn''lnr lb" ���������niiTmbT r.f rtlrepfnrn  to t������i-, 3,-������>,  Providing for tho r-imurnirntlon of tlm illreotorn,  !i ol .Mijr  tbo ?MlSWviLJ&sl?H^^ A* riaJ,1,"l������"' ������ ^^' ������>!��������� Of H1������������������,0 wnf) pMMd ���������  It wns nian moved nnd noeonded by thn pniun errnllamen llmt nn <,w.������A..i������. ������������  ������eirle������ ho tPndo������.l tho n������ni>rn^f.������nnU nf wn,'m "PPrcolallon of t]���������|r  THE WEARY SMILE  THAT COVERS PAIN  _____-_^M^^  Women are TKemselves to Blame  for Much of Their Suffering.  Women are weak, yet under a smllo  thoy will try to hldo pain and suffering that any man could not bear patiently. If women would only ie-  member that their frequent failures'  of health arise from feeble or impure  blood their lives would bo smoother  aud they would longer retain their  natural charm.  When the blood fails   then*   begin  thoso dragging backaches and   headaches; unrofreahing sleep that causes  dark lilies under tho eyes; dlzzlnest;  fits of depression; palpitation or rap-  Id fluttering of tho heart; hot flashes  and indigestion.     Then* the   cheeks  grow pale, tho eyes dull and the complexion blemished..'  ' Women should know that much of  this suffering is needless- and can be- ���������  promptly remedied:     Purifv and   enrich the blood through tho use of Dr.. ���������  Williams' Pink Pills and your suffer-'  Ing will  vanish.   Thousands of women know that Dr   .Williams'   Pink  Pills- havo brightened their lives by  .making tho new, good blood of health,  and so toning up all the vital'organs  Into, healthy, vigorous action."0 Hero  Is aninstance from among many'; Miss  Cora A.    Cornell, * St.    Catharines.  Ont.,  says:   "Ever since lho ago.ot  fourteen I have suffered terribly wlMi,  pains ia my back, and severe   head-'*  aches.     I was   also   much   troubled  wLth indigestion and* had   to be   extremely careful as to  my diet, and  sometimes did not feel like eating at  all.    , Somo two years ago the.headaches became so bad^that I bad t>  give up my position, which was clerking In a store, where, of course, I was  constantly oh my feet.     I took a position ln an office, where I could bac  seated most of the time, but oven then  I suffered * terribly most of tho time.* '  A3 the  medicine I had been taking-  did not help me I finally decided to  try..Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.     I got :  a supply, and soon' felt they .were helping mo and I continued taking the pills  several months' until I felt perfectly  well.      Although' niy doctor advised *  me not to go back-to my old position,  I,decided to do so, arid have .not felt '  any ill effect':      I never,have backache now, seldom a'headache.and all  traces of the'indigestion liavo-disappeared: ' ��������� I cannot speak too highly. "  of Dr. Williams' Pink.Pills and I hopo'  this letter will help someone who suf-  *  ������ e r s-as_r~u s e d'tor"  ��������� Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 60 cent3 a box or six boxes  for $2.00 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont'  ACADEMY DEGREES FOR HOTEL'  * '������������������     MAN   - "  League In Berlin Decides to Make Catering a Fine Art  The two letters: D,H.��������� Doctor of  Hotelkeeplng���������Is a degree with which  the world will becomo familiar if  plans formulated In Berlin yesterday.  aro successfully carried out.  At a meeting of the oxccutlvo committee of tho International Ilotelkeep-  ers* League it was decided to establish  a hotel academy, for educational purposes. A fund of $3.8,CO0��������� has, been  si'ibwrlbod by tho leading hotels In  Europe toward the initial oxponses  of the schomo. Tho academy, which  will probably be situated,in Gormany,  will aim at converting hotelkoopln-^  from a trade into a profosslon and  at educating hotel employers on tha  samo scientific linos as barristers1,  physicians and engineers who graduate at universities.  Ev'ory branch of hotel work, from  that of hall portor to that of general  manager, will bo taught by specialists.1  Tho curriculum will provido for a  three-year course, Including six weeks  attendance at, tho academy'each your  nnd many weoks' practical experience,:  B*d Buolness  Mrs. Jonos had Just called" upon.  Mi'B. Brown, tho sexton's wlfo, who  was Bitting bosldo tho flro ln an at-  tltudo of deep dojectlon.  Mrn. Jono.i���������Well, Mrs, Brown,  what news? ���������  Mrs. Hrown���������O, things Is very bad,  Mrs. .Touch. Would you bclloYo II,  as true at I nit hero my hiiabniut ain't  burlod a living soul for a month,  THE  OP  Bcloium'o New Army  TJi-** Hrl'flnn pr^mW lino rrccntl)'  outlined hia bill for the ivor'-iiiim-  tlon of tho army, by which a force of  230,000 men will ho fiirnlslu-d ln thi.-  teen annual contliiK-'ulH. It !.i  hoped to apply tho reform lo tho  1013 contingent of recruits.  PoovIbIi, paK rout less, nnd nlckly  children owo tholr condition to  worms. Mother arnves* Worm 15<���������  termlnntcr wlll relievo them and restore health.  $3,000 In n Miser's Bed  A largo number of TiiinUnot-vt  'iinrniiithn,' lu If'-QnO woro hidden In ,111  old iiinltress on which a rnlser nom**-|  Orlontaiio dlf-d of starvation, In Bull.  harcHt, Hoiininiilu. Ilo owned property worth 510,000,  Tho 3tov*-o (Suffolk, KnRhuid,  r,unrdlf,nB hnvo appointed n rato col-  lector for tho Ihlnly populated parl-di  of l-'lnboroiiKh at a salary of $5 n year.  This wns neooHsory uocauBo tho ovor-  goer declined to act..  Qnved by Hie Mat  Thrown Irom IiIh horse- wlillo hunt-  Ipk a fow dayn ago near London, Major Wllley, of Blyth Hall, Worksop,  alliihted on Ms head, hut, owing to his  woiirlni; a hard tall lint ho escaped  with sllplit conouflBlon. lio Is more  than 70 yearn old.  MERCHANT8      BANK  CANADA  Thero Is probably no bettor orltor-  ion of lho continued huccohh of nny  commercial liiHtltutlon Hum tho fast  that tho net earnings nro constantly Increasing, Whon a ntntomont Is  being analysed tho Item which flr-it  attracts, attention is that of Not  Earnings.  Tlio Annual Slatom'ent of tlio Merchants Bunk of Canada Just lssuoj,  sIiowh tho burn of $1,338,8-1-1.02 ns bo-  Ing tho not earnings for tho yonr Juat  ondod, after allowing for all charges,  rebntcs-on discounts, inlorest on deposits nnd making full provision for  bad and doubtful debit*. Coinnni-ltier  tlio -Set i'roius this y������ar wJlh a pro"-  Jr-m your, any JPIO, j; tilioati an in-  erormo of ovor 20 por cent, 'Tho man-*  agomont of,tlio Bank nro corlalnly to  bo congratulated on thin romarknblo  showing and it iiIho nusiirs woll for  the prosperity of tho country at largo  an um liiiniiicii-UdiiH, or lue Institution  extend to all parts of Canada."  Round tlio World In a barrel ,|  It Is oxpfctcd that, two Italians  who aro touring tlio world In a barrel, have arrived nt Medina del Cnm-  pi), Rp'tl'.i. Thu barrel baoa a label  declaring Its weight ihi 2.10 pounds, nnd  |fn cnntnitR n** 'wo Italian-:, named,  DiuiUR'Uo and, Zc-narchl.  It is reported thnt In order to din.  fovor tho twolV'j favorite hymns of tin  worsiiippors, n ballot of tho foiiRreKn-  tlon and choir Is to bo taken nt Ht  Paul's Church, Erlth.  CIGAtt HANDS ^fi^A���������  100 Imported CUinr D.iwJi, no two  nlllf*-, ,111-1 il renter pli-r^ fop nfaii or  ehlna pint?, bottle, Jim nno other  tleccr.-ttlon, will bo mailed pott-ian  prcimlcl uiioii receipt of Twenty-five  cflnti] In silver, or a money order.  No  stan-ipR,   Anenti  w-litted.  STEFFRN8,  JONE3  A. CO..  IMPORTEflS NiGW  VORK i">y������-'^-**������-������������aMW^  ������������������rr  W**M+HKMJH *_*W*t������i<g^^^BaiMW^W  tfflB * N^WS- * -^MB-^AHP,   BKJfiftESff   0^&������3^  f w fl**M -*-|ta*V^ ftafft-W BfM*W*f*-ffM������" U-lJ-^r'-'J***'  tv.  ,',J-J..    I    |T  '���������'"���������(���������--1���������"-" ��������� '"���������'*���������    '."   "    '���������  ">" *""   I'.'"  ��������� '-'���������;*���������  :. ?Mk'landNBW8-  iv.try Tuesday by the  yy & Cdmbepland  ..Bhlng   Company.  paper will not liold itsolf  ���������������������������hie for the opinions of oth-  inay apponr in'its columns  '���������ho to timo.  ** v ���������,���������-"���������  ������������������\SDAV, MAIU2, 301������  J './iviud I.ind District.  '. 'i'.n'u.t cf tsomox.  '*. Or"U-: th.it M.iry Timlin of  '. occupation married   wom-'in  ,. r.j'ply  i'or permission to pur-  ������������������* folio*'.int,'described lands:---  ������������������;1,--���������r.!ij ai a post planted at   the  ������������������ '-,'.-.-..t corner of T. I.,.  No.  4433s*  ���������������������������mil   8n chains, thence, west 40  .    l-i'iice   S'Uith >o chains more or  ,0) ore line, thence .ilong tbe shpre  a *��������� '.Mills rno-re or less  to plac* of  .  .*,v. conuini-iig   3oi> a-ci'ft'i.'.nriors or  GEORGE VE.RDIER  Ayent for Mary Thulin  . ���������- A'-i^uii r*"h, 1912.  Sayward Land District,  District of Comojt. *  *'AKE NOTICE dial Charles Thulin,  L-.i-id, 1} C, occupation  merchant, in-  .'..,K,  apply tor ������������������ penniesi ODto   pur-  . ���������-*! 11-...' ihe following described land:-*-  ��������� ���������;.-,.���������" ."ing at a post planted in Browns  .-.-  t'r,i: north-east corner of T. L  .;.      ���������.-.'���������j;nce   west 80  chains, thence  r'**    -chiin-i.  theoce east  80 chains,  >!*.'*������: line,-thcaCB south .30 chains  ,i-.n;.* j: les-s- along shore line to"place of  ;������������������������.;������������������*..!'!��������� n'.*, containing 160 acres more or  \    - -.  ' ^ ��������� "  ���������! C*i'  ���������>  GEORGE VERDIER'.  Agent for Ch:������rlcs Timlin  :")-':e, .' "ij'.isi '41I1, 1912  '.'.v. vard Land'District.  District of Canton.  ���������I Yihr. NOTICE that George Verdi-  _;-,--.I Lu.ni.'li.C, occupation  .;.-..-,. L- 1 w.ippJy ior permission to 'pur-  NOTICE is hereby given that application will he made 10 the Superintend--  **' '  cnt of Provincial Police for a renewal of  the hoiel license; 0 sell liquors by retail  in ami upon the premises known - as the  New Hotel Heriot, situated on Lot. 4?,  Subdivision of .Lots Northeast quarter  of Lot 216 Heriot Bay, Sayward Dis-'  tr'ct, II. C.'      ���������  JOSEPH DICK, ApplteMit.  Dated Deer 28th, 191J.  t-  NOTICE is hareby givon th^t oyph-  Oftiitm will h* made to tha Snporintwid-  tntof Provincial Pohoo, Viotoria torn  liciinse toaell liquor by wholotmlo upon  the preoiho-j eihufc'ci on Lot 6, Blook 15,  Cun berland Townsifce, Cumberland, B. C  * CIAHMUSSA.TTO,   Applicant.  Puled Ihia 13*h Aay ot Deo! Ji>ii.  IF YOU WANT  ' LUMBER,  ���������      SKE  US ���������   -  Comox Sawmill Co.-, Umited,'  Couio.x,  B. C  SALEOFWOKK.     "  t, ib  rl-..-  ���������  _,- it  1.. , ,1.^^. I w.*,-!'--.  ��������� 1 *.������������������.���������; ;TmDT:3wmg���������u\:ari.Tiuci.i��������� iiwmj������������������  .oi,i..'..!-i;:in*j at a   post  plained, at   the  LABOUR COMMISSION    *���������   o���������������������������  SITTINGS of tho Provincial Labour  Gorominsion wiil bo hold a������ follow:;���������  Nfkcai'no���������Mondny, February  17th, at  8 p. tn��������� Courfc-honee,'  Camborland���������W'dnesday, Feb mry 19'h,  at.Sp.^ni. -        ������������������  Alborrii���������Monday, Ffbrnary  24**.h, at  Sp.m.  L*dyamitiU���������Tuesclayii I'ebrnary   25'b,  at 3.30 p.m,        .,0, \   "  Stere-twu-Monday, Mftrcii 3rd, at ?.30  p. m.. u - .  ChilliwHok���������Tuenday, March^ _th,  at  2.30 p. m. -'   "   " .       '     ���������  ��������� New Weslmii8>-er���������Tnoradayj M-weh C,  ut U b. ������., City. Hall'  Vftneouver���������Frid������y> M_ar_o*__Tth, at. 10  a?m., Court-boiiBO.  -i.'-i! A-oVt corner ot Lot 57,thence nevrth  ;.'i ih ������ii.- n> the shore line, thence follow  ,'V.;,iii*ii!v>re line around the point to the  jii.icc ol beginning.  GEORGE VERDIER  Applicant  }-jtcAu;;nst r-'th, kqxi-    Sayward Land District.  District of Comox.  .  'IAKE NOTICE* that   Fred Thulin,  '���������.���������I l.'.n.d, 1J.C, occivp-ition   merchant, in-  "... rh wv.ipply" for  i5cnv.issif>n   to   Pivr-  ..!;:������   tha following, .described  landr���������  '.: i ivnoiKinajat a post planted nt the  >.*'..h-ej-ii corner of Timber   !U*.isf) No,  : ,.'-/*4, thence wcat  8i   chains  ihenre  ������������������.:.*'���������th 8) cb.r.ns, thence east So chains to  .'.ir. -.Iiare line, ihence  following shore  ������������������r,*! n--������i*th Soclvuns, mire or less to the  *.���������!.���������.������������������*���������! of be^iiv-tim,-; containing   640 acres  ;";>-..tc. 'il' less.  GEORGE'VKRDIER  AyeiH for Fred Thulin  .:.-."��������� Auj-'Mst i-v'.. if;13  " ".'':."VJuoiTuCENSEilACT."  (Section <t!J)  '' ..> riGE is hereby ^iven, thatmn tl*.c  ...,' i.-y of O.-.tober  no>;t,   application  .v,i! 'y. uiid'-i to thu  Superintendent  of  7'.-.--.'iiici.il Policefir tlu tr-uviferof tlio^  Vr.j-v.! for the sal0  of  liquor by   retail  :������������������-.���������-; upon ihe pi'cm'ses known i& the  ��������� '.���������n'.'v.i Hotel, r/Uimte at Campbell Riv-  tt, ni-iii-.li Columbia, from Chtrlcn Thu-  >-.r -) 1 Emerson -'Hanna 11   to   Charles  Thulin, of Campbell River,  lirUish^C-ol-  (imbi.i,  Dated this 14th day of Sept, i*>'--  THULIN' & IIANNAN  Hoklers>f l.ir.ense  ';hari,esiiiulin  App'.icint for Transfer  Tl-.c Oorv.miBsion h empowwred to in-  qiire mto all nia'teri affoofcing the con^i-  tions of labour in British Columbia. Alt  persotiB interested aro intlted to attend  and givo evidonce.  U, G. PARSONS  Cha;"roa*������n*  F. R  Mo'S'ajia.ba,  S������cre*ary Ji30  IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRIT  BH COLUMBIA, NANAIMO  ���������REGISTRY  In the i^ot tit of Wallace A. Strfqkl .ad,  aim) \now_ ai Willliam W.A. Siriok'.and  Aoo.o i-od, lD������������utato.  TAKK NOTICE, fcho-S hyordwef IHfl  (In or, .ludRo Barker^ Made ������ thenb-ivu  1 t'.urt oa tho 13th thy at Novorober W2  thoucilowRnctl was appoint**! Admitd"-  tnUr of tlxa wi-r* of tno .ibove-namoil  ilie.*ii3i![l, who dkd &���������*, lVrtland in thi.  Stnto of Or opon, ovut, ot tH United Statro  ot Amoriva,'onorr,b nt thi' 20th dny of  May, lOlCT, intcu-tato.  All nocoiutu and ���������������!& mu nanlnsi tho  siiidcitite and nil nwo-nnifl ditt th* i*aid  natiite uiuBSrbo procentod ond pnid'rtvBP'i-et*  ivoly on orbefi.ro tho Int dny oi Mnrcb,  11)13.  W.W.  Wltr^ARIJ  Ofifioinl AilminiatrnUr,  Cumberland., U. C.  Say ward liftiid   District  District- of Sayward  TAKK notice    tlmt William  J.uutv. tiilwou, oi" Vancouv--r. ov-  r-jjution, pointer, iutoiuls io   apply for ppriiiission'; to % \mrn\\n������t:  llif iuilrAvhi*.; (U'scribc*'.!  1������tHlh,.~-  1     ,    1 ��������� * ,. *���������. .1 1 /  i..winiii*'iiyiiii4 '"*��������� ���������' i*'1-'-" j'i*������i''v������J iw  clifiins east ut 1 U-u wmu cist cor-  r.nr of Timber JJcouso 3232, then-  ce east io chn'ms, thence south  ������r*. c'i'jiii'". tlitMirr- wt'Ht 20 ftltnins,  llicucc north ao chums ������o point  ol comuieiu'cmcnt, containing  ..���������yo ftftrc.s ti-ioru or l'-':^, mid i.s between White iind Salmon viveis.  William Jam������sj C1iiiho\  S. Miuiricf; CJ.irte.-i*, Aj'i'Jit.  JJ'jt'c Anjiust-jtst,, iyia.  yu\: :*'Af,K���������A liuol. nil ro*.  ������������������  ;n������������������-!*- -f-Ot'^i rtMil        pri'**'1   .������'���������  ��������� :;���������!,������������������ '..iter*, dr:i',7'ir Il,   >��������� '  nnnrv, !������, (',  ���������r_i  *���������*<���������****n w*-������if*w  fNT TIIK COUNTY  COURT OF  NANAIMO UOLUF.N AT OUMBBBLAKI).  In Pio'inti::���������-  In Ilio ran tier nf tho liu-t Will nnd Tca-  m-r.o-it if Ohnrhw Duvonpurt Saynor,  nYeoni-r-l,  TAKK NOTICE t-.nl l������y oriler of IHp  Hiiiiir, Juilijo Hfii'nfr, nurlo in Hiouborn  f'ourt on Uio 'tth Any ���������������' nrcom'-rr, 1W12,  tin; nndordWiccl wnn t-rnntodlfttt'-rsof u<l-  niiiiii'rntl Miii Will nnni-xod of lho on  tut" pf thn iilmvt-niiniot Ohtrka D, S-y-  nn������, rlccuftHt.il, who tliwl rtl Hook liny, Ii.  (-., nnornbimt Mny 7th, J912.  All uccotiiitH (isiilnrit Mm snlfl P^tti't  B'nl nil ucoonntM dnri thpi unlil Vr-Ute muiit  l������ iiiurontc'l nnd p-ikl nwpootlroiy on nr  tioturothe fc'irtt- day ot Mnrch, ������UI������.  \Y, W, WHLAhD  Ofiicial Arin-iinir-tVAtor  Cunibcrlauil, D. C, jnnSOmsrl  M������rti'i_i������#h.>t������i  TO DA Hi Y MEN.  I'or Sale at a sacrifice���������'Two  "i\fa;;net" Croom Scpamforsft'.iu  best  separator 011   tlie  ttiorkcl  :->i/,i.-M 1 X 3.   r.'-ip.ii-!'*)'   y^t'i li> .',''.*'>  rnd   /)-" Iii 70 )   I- ���������     IK'Y   hnor.  .j        1 .1 ,  "' ���������:-���������   -,. I'.-*.'!-*'    '10    CV.li ;  '.;.!    i"..lijd %'*.���������*,  I,.,-  'i Vi;1  ���������,;i*������ 'if 1  .1.  b.-.V  aud *.'���������,.   ,i  tw<-,      Tnt'St ..  ���������   Ave. i }yy  '..1  for   f,c  '��������� >;.tj.������t  "ffy Tlift Hit? Store, if ymi w.iiit lIimii  r.dts Groctm:-.; iie-v|;oo(ls iirriviii^' by (cnu;���������lievei' hfftl "'lit of 'br  owy *nh ilclryery and vulif-iction Istoit*. Apply K. (Jrnhb, 2056  fwinktd. [Central Utiildiug, Victoria, U������ C.  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains,and the printing presses  Woke the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS,  "Nuff Said."  fy   J S  x:<fr)F .if,  brewers  *.������ 1  it-  *ams  Ilcttcr, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Difitributtirs NANAIMO, H. C.  #���������  .LAND Apr. ,  - Vancouver jtand -Distriot."* .-,-.-.  * ���������' Diatriot of Say wurd,       ,., h,'  - TAKE":NbTICB thai* Michael  Yo'ungroi Brooklyn; Now Ybrbj-oc-,''  oupavion Janitor, intends to apply  I for permi?Bion to .purchase the foi-  lowing��������� described land*:���������Comment  ring ot n���������"poat'.'planted 50 chains  north of iho north-west cornor. 01  lot 582," then a   enst   40  chains,  thonco >bmh   50  chuins:,. ther.ee  went 40 cliaine, thence   north   50^  ohaiiifl lo point of C'-mnriencoment,  containing 200 lio.rou more or lecu,  MICHAKL YOUNG, ,.  ��������� Applicant  Tiioma-j Mntior, Ageut  Date October 30th,, 1012  LAND ACT  Vancouver Land District *  .District of Sayward^.'  TAKK NOTICE  that  William  l-uter Adams,  of New York, New  York, occupation,   salesman,   in-"  tenddto apply  for permisBion to  purchase! the following  described  lands'���������Commencing     at   a. post  planted at the, north-west comer of *'  tho . south     hilf    uf l lot-," 590,  ���������hftiico   south   80   chains,  thence  west 40 chains,"more or less to  the  east limi of lot 585, thence  north  80 chains,   thence, east 40 chains,  more or Iops to poinVcf commence-.,  irient, containing 320 ac-es nvre or  leas.  WILLIAM PETER ADAMS,  Applicant  , ' Thomas Maiier. Agent  Dat-", October 29th, .1912      ,,  CANCELLATION OF -RESERVE.'  N OT IC E"^is iieTeByj~^iTveTTiiin t'Tthe '���������-*���������' ���������" *"  reserve existing by,reason of lhe notice  published in the British Columbia Ghi'  eticof December 271W1, 1907,'is canccll-  ed iu so f.ir as the same rclStes. to the  following described hinds,*' so as lo pir*  nut of the sale of the-limber stxuding' ,  ihercon:��������� .  Commencing,at the north-cast  corner ���������  of Lot No. 2849, Redonda Island, New  Westminster * District ;.thence  cast   13  chains j ihence north  4 chain.; thence    <>  east    19  chains ;     theiicc    south   25  chains; thence west yi chains ; more or  less to the east bound-iry of Cot   No.  2849 ;  thence iiiorlhcrly along lhe east   J  boundaiy of said lot  to   the  point of  commencement'; containing by admciis-,  urcmenf 75 acres, more 01: less.  ROBERT A. REN WICK,'. ���������  De.puty Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,   '  Victoria, li,.C, December nth, 1912.  dec it\ to nrnr 26  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE tint an Application  will be made to the Lieut-'nant-Govcrn--  or in Council .11 1 he ParlMiiiciil Build-  in^**, Victovh, Hritisli Columbia, on  Thursday, ih" 301I1 day of January, 1913,  at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the approval cf the uiidertak-  iwroftlic Campbell River Power Company Limited, that the conditions of me,  occupation, fiillin'** of limber and other  conditions provided for in Sections 3Jf,  333 ami 223 of iho Water Act be settled  pursuant to Mich section1*, nnd ihat the  time for submittini* detailed plans of tho  Cnmpnny's works be extended until alter  the flood period of 1913 :  ANDFUKTMER TAKE NOTICE     .  thai a copy of the. Applicaticn is on Tile  in the ofliro   of  the   Water   Recorder for Victoria  Water Dlstrir.l, and in   ���������  the  office of the Comptroller of Water,  RiglUii at Victoria.  DATED at Victoria, 11 C��������� this 2.1th.  day of Dcircni.H-r. 1912 :  ROIIERT.SON Ki HELSTKRMAN  Solicitors (or the Campbell River  Power Company Limited,  MATT. SHUVTOW.  Mails for DiKpfttclt:���������Vancouver, Vtctorift, Nntiniirio, etc;-.,  TncMu-iv,   7.15 p. ni', Thmwlay  ancl Saturday, 6 a,  m.'  Comox  nnd  District:���������Ttics-  dnj', r,2 15 p. m.; Wednesday  and Friday, ,{,30 p. m,  S- S, Cowiclum, Sunday al 3  p. m- n'ul Ttic'-rhj at 6 a. m.  Mails Arriving:���������Vancouver,  Victoria, Nannimo, etc., Tuos-  d,iv  nfienmon, Wednesday and  I-'riday uigl'l.".  iJoniox Uifitiiel:���������Wcdmisdav,  Tlmrsday nnd Saturday.  S. S. Cowichan, Sunday niorn*-  inpj and Tuesday about r.otnj.  *___  ______________ii__ii---------------i -J!^S^:^  NOTICE is hereby givon that' at the  next meeting bf the' Boird bt License Com  inUsionera of.-tbo Git*)',ot Cumberland, I  intond to apply for a renewal cf tho hot-  ���������el license ��������� -held by me for the Voudomo  Hotel, situated on lot D, block 3, Cumberland Towuflita  'J*'.-'-' R. S.- ROBERTSON  Dated November 6-th, 1912. *    .  NOTICE is hereby given that .at. tha  next meetiug of the Board of Liceuee Com-  ndutiiouors of the City of Cun-berlnad, I  intend toapp.y for" a1,renewal ot ih������ bot-  <ol license"held by me for the Cumberland  ������ flot-tl, mtuated on lot 1, blook tij Cumlor-  .laud Townsite. - ' <*1 ���������*���������  .   WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  . Dated tl-is 6th day of Nov., 1912;    ,  ���������������?(!  Notice is'hereby given that At thi  next meeting'of. the-Board of License  Commissioners I intend io apply for a  renewal of ihe hotel license held by me  for the New England Hotel, situated'on  block 3J lot,3, Cumberland Townsite.  '  y\        JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Nov, 7th, 1912.,  , NOTICE is horeby (given that at the  next meeting ot the Board of License Com-  miat-ioner-i for ibo City of Cumberland, I  -intend to Apply for a rouowul of tho wholesale liqnor license hold by in I, situated oii  lot 0, blook 15, Cumberland Townsite.  CIALI MUSSATTI.  Dated this 6,h day of Nov., 1912.   ..'  &���������*****��������� *t+*^^������^*m*mm<������am^m>mi*m am **>^^^mm^  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next meeting of tho Board of License 0-**m  inissioiiern of the City of Cumberland, I  > intend to a^-ply for n roiiewul'of the hot-  ,������1 lioense ibeld bynme for the Wavf-rly'  H0.0I, uituaUd on bA 2, block 8, Cumbui*  land Towusito.  FRANK. DALLOS ���������  Dated tliw Cth d������y of Nov., 1912.  NOTICE iah-jrehy givou thU.iiJt tie next  tnoe-ing of the Boa d of Licnso Commi-"  eiorve a of the Liy ot Cumberland, I in-  toad to appl> for a n-newol of die whola-  ������alo liquor liveiwe held by tn.:, ^Bits.-.fced  -ou lot 12, blook 7, Cumborland Towm-dta*.  . ' ':..-' .FRANK 'SCAVARDOy:  Dated this 6th, day of- Nov.,* 1912  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  Ik thk matter of an application for a freah. Certificate of Title  to Lot'54, [Map 311]"Townsite'of  -Courtenay." ���������-���������    ,',*���������.���������*������������������' ���������'���������'   . Y ''���������   '"  NOTICE is hereby' |iiyen.bf. my  intontjon-at the expirittipn of one  calendar.month from tiiu first pub-  , lication hereof to iriPue a fresh'Cer-  tifinate of Title in lieu of the Certificate '.of-. Title . iesuVd lo Joseph  =McEhee.on=tha,3ni_iTotMarchU0U5,  ������nd numbered 1U990C which haa  been lost,   ,    * . .  Da'.ed at Land Registry Offico1  Victoria, B C., this 21st day of  Daceuiber 1912. f  ���������*'���������;     .6 "Y. AVOOTTON. :*  Registrar General of Titles.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery oonvonienoe for guests.  The Oontial Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar.        ���������    '    ,  RATES  REASONABLE  LJ...U..U. i.j.-.r.'.. ��������� - 1  John Johnston,   Prop  o  m  ���������*  to  g  in the jlEWS  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, IJ. L\, for a renewal of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in ihe  hole! known as the Port Auj-usta Hotel,  situated at Como--;, B. C.  Amos Cottwoton,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912 ���������-.  An Ad, in the   News  pays.  , Try if.  *  ���������' KOTICK ii hereby given1 that  ou the ,first day. ot Decern W  next application *,vill be made to  the Superintendent'-"of Provincial  Police, Victoria, JB.C. for n renewal ��������� of-tiie hotel license to sell  liquors- by retail' in the hotel  known, as the Mulaepiua Hotel,  situated nt'Lund, B. C. j " ",  -������������������* FRED.-THULIN  Dated October 16th, 1912  Sook'8 Cottoo Root Compound  Tl������ groat Uterine Toole, ,-uiu  ���������'-   ������ifo   cffoatuftl Monthlj  ���������imtor on which women can  aepond.  Sold In threw docroei-  ot strength-No. X, $1; Ko. 8,  10 degrees stronger, *J3; ,No. ii,  for- -special wises, $5 por box  Bold by all drugsifita, or sou'  rrcjiald  on  rooolpt of prloo.  * ..   "Si.' _ ������rtc������ pamphlet. Address: THI  Qayltaro8lCfl������ToaomCNT. VwrncrlyWiulwr)  $300   R^ARD  The above reward will bo paid  for the recovery of the body of 0.  H, Strand, who was drowned off  Demnan island on Thursday,  Dec. 12th."   ' ������������������  Tho _Anderson Logging Co..  Union Bay, B. C. .  B. C. Emde, is'agent for the  "Ford" and '���������Clialmer" automobiles. ' Cars for hire.    Phone 18  V "'"'������������������        \ .   "   . ' *    '' ' " ' ���������'%  SHARES  Union Steamship Co. of B.O.  Ltd  ^ ' THE S. S. CGWIGIIAN WILL SAIL AS UNDKR    *���������  NANAIMO DENMAN'JSLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  ;;;       Leave Yancouver, Monday, at 8 p.m. ���������'   '  Arrive Nanaimo, at ll.Stfp, m.       ', ���������      '    .'  ������ Arrive Union1 Bay, Tuesday.6 a.- in.   . ��������� Lcvive-Tiiesday. noon.  Arrive Comox,, Tuesday 8 a, ih,'    teave Tuesday, Ha. in. . '  .   Leave-Nanaimo fl p. in, Tuesday.   Arrive Arancoitver U.30 p.m.  Leavejancottver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo,    11 30 p. 111  Arrive Union-Bay, Sunday 6 a.m..Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m. ..        ������������������  Subject to change without notice.       * -        *    ������  The purest and best BICER, and  made in Cumberland.  copviwghv.,.  6)  J. -JI.   McLEOD     ."Peopbietoj.  ?���������  0  o  BO .8  , Englwli i x RUltTON alw-iyu on tap >U, tho famouo MIL\VAUKB_  BKBRS-Anh'enaer, B������hnm<������ii, Schlta, ko. '"OLD OBBY BHAKDV  SCOTUU WLTMllV, Beat Wines and Liquora of all kinds.  The ifnardlDg and Lodging Dapartraont. under tlio imtn'odiato Ruponoteadeuoo of Mn  ,., DavU, will bd toui d Pimt olosa In every reapoot.^  ATE3,  ipt 00 por day upwards,  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotivos and   rail  way cars of  tho   Union  Holllory  Company, by any  porson   or  per-  3ona���������oxcopt lain orow~iij strictly  proliibited.   Employees r.ro Bub-  ioc to dismissal for allowing sam-  By ordor  W. h,  COULSON;    '  General Manager.  if-  0  I  -WuW./irM-f_������Mf.jif.-Vuff.-.w..������uVrnr,rjr..v,ji..irMVuffHf..',n  _***YW'������,������#Vf'#*4->*t������'>*#V'f*#  NOTIOK.  To whom it way concern :���������  This is to notify the public  that all freight charges ou bonded goods cleared at Union Ray  for the Comox Valley must be  paid before goodfl can be forward  cd. By* order  CaMadiau Collieries Duusmuir]  Co,  LIQUOR LICENSE  jtf-LAAV  :   1011.  NOTICE IS JIEREHY G1V  EN that at tlio iicxt(,regtiliir moot  iiir of tlio Board of LiciuiBO Com-  iniefiioiierR of lho' Municipality of  Cumborlantl, nppliention will ho  nmdu'to tho said Board of Com  mififiionoi'H for tlio trannfer tA tlm  liccnuo for tho ealo of liquor by  rotnil in and upon tho proiniBos  known us tho Vcndomo Ilotol, sit-  uatnnn DuiiPirmir AviMinm, in tho  O'.ly of Ctunborland, from Robert  S. JlobortBon to Kolwrt McNeil,  of tlio Biiid City of Cumborlaml,  iJiiltd at Gtiinboriaud,   ii,  C.  this 10th day of Dooombor 1012.  ���������R. S. ROBEUTSON  i J older of Liconoo  ItOBEUT MoNISIL  Trunfift'iw,  77m Omit JTno'.im Jii'MtAu.  I'ttiirw nntl in Wan*"**, on Xua wlioln  nm*V'Hiii tfjrt-'nin. joukcxi iinw  Biootl tn old Vi-iii*". fi������������vfl A'err  .. MMhit nntl Jlmtn Wfrr:,', /V*  jsmnenry, rifrttnl Wtnlttnt. i-MittntoHit, Ky.r  ���������wwf^rr/dirt, and KfttitjtfA butt W J'Jtettrr*.  rrtwll iwr tnx, alxfort-s. Ono u111tili-fttu. ct  <*ril\ omu 60M by all dniaru'ti.iii or wiall-'d In  ejAln pkir. on wmIia of meo, S'tut tuiwr Ua  ^tW/w.-nHaWdodModlelnoO*^  m.t1 nrftttfttf,  fsynmttfy, lit  0. H TARBELL  %****mt*ii*a*mm*ma*y0*Mmtmmtii'm^mttm**  ���������MMUHlUM!WMMDinnvra_KII KMlV3l_IIUFM'IV9rai-_U_HI  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHKN 1 .UTENSILS '  Sportsmens Goods  General Hardware  a  NOTICK.  NOTICK is horeby Riven ihnl  she general store hiiBJuoss or Dun  can liros. haa this day been sold  to James;; H. Parkin. AU accounts due the late firm must be  paid to E, Duncan, who will settle nil liabilities!  Si\wUvi('.k,JO('t. ift 1912,    "      "  NOTIOE  <*->*������ * lr***  N OTIC J! in liorohy kIvoii that appli-  oi'ion *\ Ul U* u.ado t������ tlia flu-ior  Intcndeiit of Ituvinoiul Pulloi Vletorln,  |for 11 lioonaa to ������**)l liquor by wio'-uido  ii|x.n ilio tt>mi������ft������ nituntcd on LAW,  tWoca f>, rmnUr imd TowntiU, tJuniiHr-  land, B.C.  Jou* MAJiycfin, Ai'pHomt  Dattd Utii 18 b A,y ot Vwruibor, J J) 12,  Any person or persone, cutting,  romoving or taking any blocta,  timbor or wood, of any donanptiodn  jfilonginp; to tho "Wellington Colliery CVy., or from ov off tho lnnd  of tho paid Company, or imyonc  tipping rubbish of any description  anywliero upon Uie company'ft  laud will.hn proijecutcd to tho full  extent of tli-yJaw.  W. I*  COliLSON,  Cjunoral Mnnnger,  Co lliery Co,y.  fj  I  " * ��������� * * *  ,      *,   * - v -���������������������������,. I  ,,  offer   you   a'safe  and- sound    investment   with a"  'good return ��������� on ycur money as well as an enhanc-  ."     ���������   ��������� ��������� cd value . from now on.- .  1 % ^ * 1.'  A. Company with *,No Promotion Shares.       ", '  A Company with its- own fiscal agency.  ; A" Company   that will looks olely to  the wellfare  ,     of^ its shareholders.    Shares are now selling at $i  for all .cash,   or   oiv the   easy0 instahncnt   plan.  Call op send fop a Ppospectus- to-day  , .  The "���������-Mercantile''- General' '* Agency>;' , -Ltd:  .  ��������� '* g e 11 itigjAgeot s-f,oxlJQariadian-Loari-&-M3_^cant-i-1-s-G-o-,  - ,    Head offices:     ������  __T,t__LE__  207, 208, 209 Union Bank Bulldiiig. Corner View- and Gov't.,  Streets,   Victoria. B.C.  Phone, 3243  Geo" ��������� Abttbtt, Managing Director,  _i������WT������.*_n*ao*r_r**_������  ,, uWe Build Homes ,and,Make Loans."        I  _. __iim_w-������ it  MOVING?  Pianos and  .'    FURNlTUliK  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5.7  Windermere Ave,  OllDBKS TAKIW  POR NUT   COAI^  Paywar.l l^niu} Diutrlot,  Dintriot of fliiywmi  TiKE SOVIOJi tl.ntOo<ir������oBtaoki% of  Ni'v York,- N', Y., ucoupitimi ougincer,  lutcnJato ipiilj' fcr iorui!a*-i-'ii to por-  ���������,'huHii tli������' following i1������i-oiI1m1 Ihh'!ki~  Oommor-eliig at ������ pott pluutcil 20 chtdtii*  nni:tli of tiiu iHu-tli-nuftt uoriii.<ruf lot Wi,  U-cii'o on������t J!0 chiiiim, iLi-iiiou nm th -10  iiiiliinii, ll-OiiCft wont 20 clHn-i, tb&niio  noil it 40 uhmnu to point nf comnieiK'O-  imnt oontuin'm* GO ikvhh nirroor !n������n,  GKOROK trTUCKB    .  FlHhor M,[,(iiiRk|nH, A^ont,  Dutu Juno lOtl), IDI^.   ,  ��������� Sfiywnrd Land District.  Diutiict nf S'iyv.ari-1.  TAKB NOTICE timt. Uuiry AKrciJ  Ho fl, of Now York, New _or!:, occnpiiti-  on t'looti Ioian, intout'o to apply fa'p^n-iis  aion to p������rtnin io������ to purohu-o t)'ie following dowribod laiidi:-('oiiiraericia*< nt n  pout plunteit ni tbo noutli oust corner cf  tbe north woo-; quarter of li-l OS!!,* ilitnoa  4C chuiDB qaflt, tbenoe 40 chinua t-oith,  thouuu 41) c'.ifiliifl weit,- fJifimo <19 chtiiiw  wuth top-iuti-f coin iionceuieat cojjt_lii-  ing ltlOurroB moro it hus,  lIllNUV  AWllED    HlMH  Fmlier M, G iskin', Ajjoul,  Dated Juno 24th, 1012.  Riyward Land Diet Ji-,.  Difiliiot ������f Hjyvvmil,  TAKT_X01'Ii.E ilmt OoorgD Clurlm  Sino,of Non/ i*oik, N, Y��������� o<wiip-*.ti<-ii  cliilc, Intemli to upp'y tor piiriiilno-o.i tn  ii< r .lituo tlio fol'oivli-fjtioioi'llifil InurlBi���������  CoinllKuiciin' (it a punt -.limited <I0 chiina  u������.t und 2U ulinintj imrtli 'if ilionuitti cant  oii-iior (il kit i'i64, llinicu i-mii-IU umiijh,  Hi��������� ncn i-*t:uiii 'Al ������lui������i������ ihniKi) v^.'t IU  oliiutiB, tlmiicii nm tii 20 olini.fiUi (O.iit o  I'l'inmoiicriinc-ut ciijiulnti.tr fO-ure** uu-.rv  r loaa.  aKOUG-aniAftriKssTONfi  ,    Vishir M, U-iflili'fli A (foil.  HiitoJunolO.il, 101 tf.  Siiywiu'd Twii.d Distriot .���������  Didtru o(y*)waid,  VAKK NOTICK that William John  8ullivi>n, Now Yoik, N, Y., oocuput'ou  ("lork, iutenda to npply for, perrni uiem ti*  purchoEO tbo following tliojollowiuj,' den-  or ibid laudB:���������Coiniiio������cli>*j; Bt a post  planted 10 cliniiiH Rni'th from Uio south-  ���������rmnt ciii-nor it Int 570 (on pnat S7I) thmico  north 80 clmiiiM, ihviioo ouo*. 8 J. ohnii.*',  tl>o������c������ ������'intU 80' ���������,'li'i'tiH, tbeiit'O \voi������t SO  chiiini", to point of oi'iiwisiiooiii'iut uoo-  tlli.dilt* 010 norce mni'-) i'i Icl'il,  WIIJ.IA-IJOMNBUUJVAN  Fivlier M. Uunkini', Ago.it.  Dato Juno 211, 1912,  '��������� N-rnn* -V.WI i|IPH|->  Sitywnrd Inui] U.sUl.t,  JDlliti'iyt ������if 8-iyivii d.  TAKB NOIIOB tlint William Auffiimit  Uiiielioll, i-f Now York, N, Ycflocoui-a-  lion dork, iutomla tu t*|)i/ly for permiHsioii  to jmrchii'O ilio followlii/*-; djiu<ribp-i  Iiiiidi-Cuiiiujoiiciiif,' ut ll pout pliii'tcil  110 chttii ii o**lH uml 'lO.cluiii il ucKtli of tlm  north- wont u*rtur of Jot K'i, tlunco wohI  CO olia'im moro or lona,   to lot i")51, thonco  10 i**'vi^n" ' Ci"0\ (i'n ������ i t,i ( lif.if.lr^... ,.f  Int 5M, tl,������;noo ������������������( vA. HO < hAnn v\<t\i' or Iti-ii  to lci'ififl 40, tlionoo ur*i tii 40 clif'.hiii tn  pilot of ooutiiiOQociuoiit conlilnliiK _00  awroa moro or low-.  WILLIAM AUOAlfST W8CHOPP  V\t.',\ii   M AJASKiuJ,  AKv-lt,  D������tflJui)oC0Ul, j'Jia,  11 Biywi.nl Ln- J Dish jot.  1 Diatriot of .S/yward.  TAKE NOTICE thai Atb.xi Ar har Da'y,.  of'New Yoik, New York, i coupalii u chin  intoicl-ito iij ply fcr prruiii-aiou to jriij'  ohrtso '.ho fwlliiwii)*,* (lestiriliol Jaudoi ���������  Commonciug ������t a po.t phuti-d Ht'ih<-  afiutli-c������'*t cornor of Lo.i������o 46, thocen  eoutli 80' clmii'K, Uiunco wc-tv SO cLuire,  tlionoo t-oiih SO (.���������lioiiii-, ihmco taut W-  olmiiiB to poiit of L'ommu:c';Uiuit cbuuiu*  iug 010 uoiC4 moro or buy  JOHN A11THU1*. DALY  -'.isl.i'r 11. (Jifkiii!-, Apeut,  I)-tto.Ti*iio24lh. :_12.  fSiiywurit LmhI I)istr*ot.  I'lHriut ol Sty ward.  TAKE .NOTICE  ihit. Wnltor' ������fl-l������.H  Tilt*,    of    Nov,-    York.    I-To-v     Yo. k  neon (nl ion    lii-'fi-i'i*,   i.ilenda  to    fti'p'y  (>,��������� puniiiasioii to purclm-io tlio   fid'oftirj;  .i.jC'iikd U'jdn���������("oniJMMci" (j   it  ti puit  ji'imtail ]������0 clnin-i we.t uud  10 c'ltini  north of tlio I'out.i mbs corner of  Lane-*  40, tlunou tiouih SOcb.inii, tlionec n'liit 4ti  uimiiiH    Uii-ni'ii ii'iitli  o0 (riiniim,   tbf-i.cu  vrti'it 40 -.iljiiiu't) in poiel of oiiunii'intf ��������� mo���������. t  (���������jiiUiiiiiiu i'iio (icr^ m.io ������r la t>,      "   ���������  W/U/ij;k hblkll m:sT  K^lier M. Gaakfin, Ajjon*.  DatoJiliij-4tn, 1U1-.  M������S IH CANADA  UnyiMird Lund )Ji������trlul.  Dint'-ol ������if Hjvwnril.  ���������TAK]3NOTi17li! llmt Clmli lVnny i-f  VmiOPUVrr, ll 0,) uj0iHtll'-l"HMli'.niolt!%  mt'ndi to *i������i.ly f-r i-������-i hi" -fllnn t- pur-  ulnto iluitti'ikihuiii (JnM.'iil'������i| li.inl'.:���������  Commiioio** ut u \vut pliiultil ut- th-/  Hmitln-nflKvviri nf lot 578 llu c vspm*.  4(1 olntiim, tlo'iiuobointi WiIhIhn 'heioi'  <.'iut40 clititiH, tn-'i^'; nor.h U.) cvhudh t"  jjOiut   -if co������iiii**l|.*;0iii������iiV t'tnliiiii' tf aSO'iofnt   of  lommnn-eaiMil  o'jiit'iiiini*  .������cr������i*i moro  ur \e*n,  ClIAIlLKH I'K.-W  II P uhir   M.\iinkilis, A(*������ul.  IMed JuuilO-I), J-JlVJ-  Snywmd/and l'io;rlot,  Oljitiiotofd'ayvurd.  TAKB mwili lint Oiiarl'H JJi-hry  M"i*. if NV-v York, NY.. (O'li-jitlmi  h-Icmu-mi, i������t i-A * tu up-.ly for pirn-i^ion  t ��������� p-.ruliUic the fo i i.viii)* -litwuJ c ; hn].;  Cmnini.-i.ci -tf tit * p Ht, tlnntd ht ll o  lOithciut o������ni������ir nf lot S'i:', tlimo ������on!i  yO'bn.im, tliem*-! ������"nt i) ������������������.liiilKt*. Ifumrc  lioutti iii ol.li ll*, tlimici) ciot 'JO rlui'iH to  4'������  nprrn mi r*- or ln������-������  t.I1AKT.K-*< HliNUY I-EST I  fi-Ui* M, O'skiurt, Ag.iit. j  tJ.l"Xi)w20b.'l'J.:\ J  /���������^3JT������   -**M    fl W tKSiS, /MP  Best.Ttiast  'in fte World  Mi snd  ���������^���������������������������������������������.���������^���������pj'raaiffl c w.aiyt ty, u-*,  ^^ta^JHKJW**^ Tcrorto.Oi."-  t*m*am^**+a*ammt*<im t iji-'mn-������**���������--������ **���������<.���������*��������� ���������_������ > .���������������_ ^-m v*     r->    h>m������i  l-t)ii SAl,lv--6(i suiikiiijj ]>i}������s.  ���������������3.ou tv.ch, nioiicy to atcoitjpiujy  Uobcil    Sulln������t  ioi'lcr.  .'Ui;j|*v  JJtirr.'-v IsJ.'ir.d,  m-^f THE TOWS. CUMBERLAND, I]; C  ,...Y... ������������������-,.-.*  COMPLETELY CURED  OF DYSPEPSIA  <By Ha>Dre-Co Dyspepsia Jalilets  ' ,.  *W������ art  continually, bearing   from  .- frateful people who havevShrid experiences like tbat of Miss Alice*-*"., Cooper,  'ot Niagara Falls, Ont., v.-bo writes:  '/ "-'I'viisli to express my gratitude to  you for the benefit I received from your  ���������' most wonderful 'Dyspepsia Tablets.  Having taken other medicines without  having received the slightest relief, I  heard of vour Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia  -Tablets and thought I would give them  a trial. 1 have been completely cured  of dyspepsia. I will be only loo pleased  to advise any onetroublcd with dyspepsia  to give them a fair trial."  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets not only  give ��������� the immediate relief from heart-  . ,������_rn, flatulence, acidity of the stomach  aud biliousness, which isso much needed,  ' but if taken regularly for a few days or  weeks they- completely cure the most  ��������� -tRE-ravatcd  cases  of stomach trouble.  ��������� .When for 50c. you can get a box from  * your druggist, why go'on suffering?  National Drug and Chemical Co. of  Canada, Limited, Montreal. .   m  Daddy's Bedtime  St  1  ory  Tlie  Lively -.  Bluebottle Fly  '    And the Cat  ax*  KIDNEY TROUBLE  nil Urlo Acid Diseases, Including; Kidney Trouble, Bladder Stones Gall  Stones, Gravel and Lumba&o are rap-  Idly rollovod aud pennancnily cured  by SANOL. A remedy that has an  enviable reputation throughout 'Can-  cada. Wo will cend letters from  scores or people, who have been cured  of ono or moro of tlii-su complaints,  by  SANOL  Wrlto for full Information.  'Price $1.60 Per Boule at all Leading  ' Di'iifrg-isls. ' ,  ���������' THE  SANOL  M'FG.   CO.,   LTD.  WINNIPEG,  MANITOBA  MALE HEL? WANTED  W OUI.D YOU LIKE TO T.EAttN THH  "������ Block broking business? I want a liv������  ambitious representative in every city  * and,> town ,,to handle stocks, bonds and  mortgages; applicant must furnish references and have from $100 to $500 personal capital. Write or call M. R. "Edgaf  & Co,, S-l Victoria Street, Toronto.'  0-U.jt_.vi.   ���������    -  The Fly Kept Out of  Pussy's Reach.  '-  BIG bluebottle fly blazed lazily across Us* cclllnjr.  "There!" exclaimed Jack.   "There's ti ay!"  "lt must bo tbo last fly living," said Evelyn.  "Ah, I should eay It was a very foolish little fly!" remarked daddy.  "Once there wus a little fly Just llko tbat ono.   What shall we call.himr  Wull, suppose wc sny Bobble Bluebottle?  "Ho wiis a-large fat fly,*aud when*the days began to get chilly ho crawled  through an attic window. , '  '"Come on; let's Ond asnug corner In,wliich to curl up and sleep all winter,' said his brother.  " 'Curl yourself V Bobble replied rudely. 'I've never been ln a house before,  and I'd llko to see what kind of a place it,is.'  " 'You'll be sorry,' warned ids brother, but Bobble paid no attention. Ilo  was already downstairs.  "Bobble skimmed over tbe ceilings and bad a good time skating on,the  wlndowpauos. There were warm dark corners In wlilcb he could nap, and lio^  soon knew bis way to the kitchen and could'get plenty to .eat They, were get*-1'  ting ready for Christmas.   , "  " 'Just think of staying a whole winter In an attic when one can live in a  warm sunny kitchen quite as well,' Bobbie said. 'And tbey say tomorrow  will be Christians, when wonderful good things will be on tbo tablo to eat.'  "In the morning ns be warmed himself by the llreslde bo noticed a queer  gray creature stretcho'd out on the rug. It was asleep when lio came in, but  as soon as Bobble began buzzing it sat up and stared around. ..  "The gray creature (of courses you know it was tbe cat) got up and walked  to the chair on which Bobble sat.     ,," -v    . ,   ������������������  "'If 1 don't catcb him tbat fly will be getting lnto',.all our Christmas  goodies,' said the cat. .,"'���������''  "Whenever pussy got near enough to reach the fly she would make a leap  nt him, raising oue of ber soft paws very gently. But Bobble kept out of ber  reach. '  "A"ow, pussy was in a bad humor. Alice had been scarce, and the cook had  been so busy with the Christmas cooking that she had not given her much to  cat lately.   So wheu Bobble began buzzing pussy kept very still.  " 'She's asleep,' said Bobbie.   'I think I'll give ber a surprise.'  "So ho darted down and was Just going to tickle the inside of. one of  pussy's soft ears when tbe cat turned over, aud, snap! Bobble Bluebottle'went  down her red'throat" _    . -^  Don't Persecute  yoiir Bowels  *, Cut out cathartics and purcatirej.   They  t>rutal"hartli-unnece������>ary..Try ,.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  . Purely voidable. Act  gently on the liver,  eliminate bilc.and  soothe tliedcli- '  . cntemtmbran*  oilliebowel.  CattCoto  itlpathit,  Btiioni.  tint, .     _  Skk Hcaiacht and hdigtilita, ti milittni knttr.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price,  Genuine must beu Signature  in "U.--V *. Y- ... --- .i-r.i.  >"hiw"yi;<i->'-.ft.v;*.5..:v:-i'%.  , >i_-.:i*tfl *���������** k*i i������r. _<e_  Send your Raw  mmmmm  Sixty Thousand trappers now send us  their Raw Fv.ra. Why not you? Wa  pay highest prices ancl express charges;.  ch������reo no commission and Bend monoy unrne  dny goods rib received. Millions ol dollars  wo puiil trappers* oach year.* Deal -witn a  reliable bous������. Wo nro tha largeet to OUT  line in Canada,  PDFF Our "Up to tha ra!nnt������" Par <m������-  rftl-L. tations nnd tha - Inot .Edition of  HALLAM'S'TRAPPERS GUIDE,  a book of 00 pages, mailed FREE.  Write to-day to John Hallam; Mali  Pept, 82 iTORONTO.inProiitSt.E.  Yftu oannof^fford brjdn-befo(jj*ing* headaches.'  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  ���������top them In <n*lok ttm8ftndote���������'���������ryou^hea���������_.,' They/  de not ������onUu������*������lth������r phenaoetln, acetanllld, morphine,  opium or any other dangerous dm*;- ���������* 25c. a box at *  yWDruggist's. , . ���������', .121  Nationm. Dnu������ hh* ohcmioai.���������������������. or canaba, Limitc*.'  Whenever you see a well  gloved hand think of  PERRIN  g^S__@_-B_E_SS-!i  THE FARMER AND HIS  'GRAIN;  FREE TO Alt SUFFERERS  If yoii feel  "out of sorts"���������"run down'  or ."got  the blues.'V suffer from kidney,  . * bladder, nervous diseases,  chronic weak-*  -'  messes, ulcers, akin eruptions, plies, &c.  writo .for   my   FREE   book.   It   is   the  most Instructive medical book ever writ-  ��������� ten-.   Jt   tells   oil   about   these .diseases  ..wH 11-���������     ���������nZ7.C7\'.7~ '-.C     C*^**--.3f    C f- -"* -*��������� t C *"''     \V  The nev/ rVencli'llemcdy"'"'THERAPibrV*  .No. 1, Ko. 2. No. li, and, you can decide  '  *for yourself if. It.lis the remedy for'youv  aliment.      Don't .fiend' a, cent.    It's absolutely   FREbl.   No   "follow-up"   circulars.  .1   Dr.   TytiOlerc   Med.   Co.    Haver.  ���������*   stock Rd., Ilampstoad, London, Eng. *  ���������I low would'you like to bc our Selling  Agents ancl make BIG MONEY in  youi* Sparc Hours ?  We havo, the Goods 1  Su'iid Post Card to-day  for particulars, and "Get into Business."  M, O. Dept. P. O. Box 1256, Montreal, Can.  COMING  EAST THIS WINTER?  After tho busy season Is ovor, pack  tip and como eas*t and spend threo  months In ono of our schools. Business education will help you to win  out. lt cost** but littlo to get It.  Write us for our new curriculum and  plan to lot ua help you. Address W.  H. Shaw, President, "Shaw's Schools,"  Toronto. Canada.  A Safe Investment  Mr. And rev/ Cnrnoglo tells tlio following story with gront relish. When  lils father waa leaving his naUvo country to soldlo m Amorlca ho borrowed  twenty pounds from n relative, Tlio  family had nn uphill battlo on tlio  other nido of tlio Atlantic, but when  the tldo of prosperity turned witn  thn non, ho remembered his father'.'*  Indebtedness, nnd determined to cloar  It' off, toffothf-v with Its accumulated  Interest, Ho stnrlod Uy remitting  Mio sum of twenty pounds nnd for  several yours sent tho sniiio amount  ���������a dividend equal to exactly ono hundred por cont, Uotuniluf! to Scot-  bud, tho IMttsburg Ironmaster mot  hia old relative,  Woll, said Mr, CarnORle, hnvInK  paid up n good deal of the intercut, I  hliould llko new to clour off the principal.  Ah, ay, Andrew, dlmm ye. fault yer-  sol' aboot tlio loon! A'm palrl'cclly  flaMflfiod wllh the Intorcht.  Ah, hut I'm rlrli enough now, 1  think, to clear off tho principal! ve-  piled lho mllllonalro,  Dlnna mind tlio principle, Andre-v,  said tho rohiUvc, lt Is very weel In-  Mitod as lt In,  Another Experiment  My boy, remarked the old man to  his young son, who had just returned  from school for the regular^vacation,  I'm really afraid that your .education  ,i3n't .quite practical enough to meet  the requirements of lifo hero on the  farm*.       -   -  Why not? Inquired the young, man.  * Coming  up "from  the  station  you  told mo how' long it would take a railway train, running sixty miles an hour,  to come from the suu to the earth  -And���������you-explalned-tff-mo-liow���������much-  heat would'be generated by the earth  if Its motion were suddenly'stopped'  by.a solid body.  Yes, sir.  And yet,.,ivhen* _ told you a while  ago to see how long lt would take you  to run to the wood shed and bring  ln an armful of wood for your mother,  you gavo up the wholo problem at  once, sat down here, and forgot all  about It.  Ah���������er���������but���������  Well, now I'm about .to do a- little  experimenting on my own account.  I'm going to tako a heavy trunk strap  and seo how much heat I can generate  with It by stopping it suddenly agalnat  a solid body, and I'should like you to  provido the f-olid body.'  Tho student waa soon at the woodshed and back, and it was a veritable  triumph for practical education. *  A Disconcerted Hamlet  John Coleman, tho celebrated actor,  onco played Hamlet under dlfllcultios.  The audlenco was small, and a seafaring man, "who had a promlnont seat In  the fourth row ot tho pit, was not vory  much Interested, Aftor ho had loft  ostentatiously three or four times, returning In a merrier framo of mind,  Coleman stopped tho play, walked-, to  tht5 footlights, aud sald~-  It my friend would stay ln his seat  and koop his eyo on mo, Inthink I  could Interest him.  Hamlet, was then proceeded with,  and tho mariner drow from his po'eket  a tolescopo, which he drow out to Us  full length, or.d placed to his right  eye fixing tt on Coleman when ho  appeared In the play, and following  hlni as ho pacod tho stage. As Boon  as Hamlet oomplelod his speech lho  tolescopo was audibly shut up and  thou ro-oponod as Ilamlot began tn  speak.    Col..*mon's Ilamlot was not a  BUCCOBB.  UiyiaOFCAiDA  M  '*:������[���������*���������'.' ��������� ���������;��������� i- '���������;<rk'ef-\-V'\S7'  iMmmi  i\  sinus  wT_J W M M_*<___  MmiWH^mSi  __T__w<W_M_ft4__r\l_!*,__^  ll_7H___l_ftft^^  f_S__2&ira_S-'J!__V_^  IwaKW.iZlTtJ'l^  w-^lVMlf K^'-^/V-uw t_J **_*-?Uk_*_fTnPt9ll  -wluvQmr<n_vlJK__ii������f Mwj_wm_tRj  ^I^TJiBPP^  Wo. ��������� box or ������U boxei tar \2M,  it ������H deaUiv, or th* Doddt Medlclno Oomp������i������y, Llmlisd,   Toronto,  Canada.  A Pill that Proves Its Value.���������  Tliouo of weak stomach will find  strength In Parinoloo's Vogotablo  Pills, hecauso thoy sorvo to maintain  tho healthful action of tho stomach  and'lho livor, IrroRiilarltlo** In which  oro mont. distressing. Dynpeptles aro  well acquainted with them and valuo  them at their proper worth. Thoy  have afforded rollof when other pre-  jinratloiin havo fulled, and liavo cft'oct-  od ciiroH in ailments of.long staivl-  111 it where oilier medicines wero found  unavailing,  m������ m*hi Ip   1 1 1    m  A Scottish doctor Is telling a story  of 1111 old womnn who sei-nicd, contrary to his expectation**, to bo *rrunt-  ly up net when he told hor thut, lu  splto of hor hiishand'H long lllriessi and  ���������*,*....1 ;;���������..���������������������������..;, I'.,-, had .1 v.'!'.' eh:'.!'.���������*���������.��������� of ���������,������������������:'.!.  tnu tlivnngh.  Yo diniiii toll mo that, doctor! she  gasped, I thocht. yo saltf yo dlilna  think he would live.  Yen, hut lie'n a wonderful old man,  tho doctor replied, and T really ho-  ltr>vr<  ji-mi*   -,-'���������>   cli'ill   ttnini   'ion  lUrn   r>t)  Ma tool again.  Yo think he'll be able tb f-ang aboot  analn? alio nBleed aitxlouoly,  Yrs, I really do! ropliod the doctor.  Hh. guld prci'erves! r.ho (-xoliilined.  An' l'vo Holl't a' hia cIdoh!  W. N.  U. 032  Remarkable Growth  of tlie  Business  of This Bank for tho  Past Year  is Shown from Reports Pre-  6ent6_.at 48th Annual  . Meeting. . . 1  The 48th Annual Meeting of tho Ua-  Ion Br-iik of Canada held on Decern-*  ber 17th,-at tho head office in Winnipeg wan, the best, in the history of  this_.lns.titution-. ��������� The net, nrofits for  the year after making the usual deductions, amounted to over $706,000  as compared with ������662,000' for the previous year. , This was Hie first Annual Meeting' held in Winnipeg, - tho  head office having been moved to .the  Western metropolis ln July of this  year, owing to the largo number' of  branches which the.' bank- possesssd  throughout the Western ��������� Provinces';  It is a matter of satisfaction to stockholders, and depositors to know Ih-it  the move to* tho West has been followed by a successful year, ln addition to the net profits being larger  than a year ago', there, were large  jgains in" deposits, in current loans, increases in tho paid-up capital and re-  servo fund, in tho-number of branches  opened and generally, speaking, marked progress in every department.  'With tho net profits of $706,000 and  $47,000 received as premium on now  stock and $71,000 carried forward  from the previous year, thoro was a  total or $S23,C00 available for distribution. Dividend requirements absorbed, $397,000, tho rost account  $2-12,000, hank promises account $100,-  000 and ofllcors pension fund $10,000,  which loft $75,000 to be carried forward. Tho total deposits now stand  at over $05,043,000, of which $41,.  219,000 boar interest and $14,423,000  do not bear inlorost. , Tho total do-  posits'raro $10,000,000 In excoss of  those at tho end of tho previous year,  whicli indicates that tho bank Is so-  curing a larger sharo ot tho public's  confidence Anothor fact which  boars this out. Is In connoctlon with  tho.cuiTotit loans, which stand at over  $45,000,000 ov a gain ot $7,000,000 ilui*.  Ing the year, Tho total nssota which  now amount to $69,400,000, calned  $10,000,000 during tho year. Tho  hank Is particularly strong ln bullion,  Dominion'notes and other quickly  avallablo assets. Those boar a vory  high ratio to tho banks liabilities to  tho public. ���������'  Anothor fcaturo which Bhowd that  tho bank mado progress during tho  year was tho fact that 11 oponod -13  liriinchca. Thoso now total 285,  making tho Union Bank mio ot tho  strongest In this respect In tho Dominion, '  Tho ndilroHSvin ol tho Presldont and  Ouoral Maiiai"or wero both optimistic  In tone, as woll as being comprohiin*  kIvo anil most Innlriiotlvo, Tho address ot lho President dealt with Uio  progress mndo by tlio hank and by tho  Doin In Inn during rooont yonrn, iuul  contained a wealth of statistic* to-  gordlng tho country's financial, Indui-  trial and commercial expansion, Tlio  progroflfl mado hy tho bank was also  omphftBl'/.ed. Eight and ono-half  yearn ogo wlion the present Oonnral  .Manager took charge, tho capital was  ).-:! one halt ul wbnt it Ih ioduy, Uio  rniiorvo fund 0110-thlrd and the total  assets considerably loss than ono-thln]  of what thoy aro today, . Ills report  on tho ntalo ot agriculture, Immigration, mlnliip;, lumbering, railroad do-  u-'iupinein, an wen as his crumniMil**, in  connection with tho country's borrowings, oro all worthy of tho perusal  of hufi'.iionH mon. Tho remarks of tho  General Manager rufor moro npoclally  to th.i prngrohH of tho hank, and In of  Hpeclal intni'ORl to tho shareholders  fiirl drpoKllnr*-!. Altogether the  allowing mado hy tho hank Is  ono  1, Not a Speck  ' Tho mistress camo downstairs and  tried the door of the sitting-room," only  to find it locked against her, while tlie  key, which was usually'-'ln tho lock,  was missing. .-* ."-'*���������  ���������Bridget, I can't get into the parlor,  Bhe cried. , * ���������   ��������� ������������������    7  Sure it's moself that knows It; an'  ye won't, for I havo tho kay, ln mo  pocket.        ' ' "' ��������� ������  'Open' the door immediately.  Will yez go in if I do?  Certainly I will. ���������*"*.'  .��������� Then you don't get tho kay.'' '   " '  Open tlio door Immediately. WTiat  do you mean? ' \ ' ... * ������������������  ��������� Shuro It's by your orders' Yoi'sald  yesterday: Don't letine come down-  "inrairT'lirare_,_i'orlIffi^  on the parlor furniture!; So I just  puts the key in- mo pocket, an' says I,  then she * shan't..'     *'' *   *���������  The onljr sure and satisfactory way In which ths ���������Western" ��������� Farnsu* '  ���������tan secure tno highest possible market value for his wheat, oats, barley hi  'flax Is by shipping lt by tho carload to Fort 'William or Port Arthur, or ta  Pulutli If cars cannot be eot for tho otlnr terminals ^loading. It If posslbid *,  direct.Into tho car, over - the loading platform so asto save elevator charue*  and dockage) and employing a strictly commission firm 10 handle, and ali-  pose of lt.   ��������� i '.,   , j      .- -'���������    ,*.-. ,   ,      ,    ,  Wo continue to act as the Farmers' Agents solely on a commission-basin..  "���������**' ' uraln on our own  0 us, - as   thi  ._ ....  ._     .... leavo'r to Klvs  everyone the very beat service possible. We snakft\ll*berai uuvances against  car shipping bills,- and wlll also carry the (rraln for%\tlme tinde-- advances at  a rnoderato commercial rato of Interest. If considered advlSHDie. -We InvlU  all Farmers to write to us for shipping Instructions'and market Information,,*  *tCi .      -     ' ���������'' .Vi*  *-���������-���������',''       ��������� '        '*"   '  Thompson Sons % Company  Wro continue to act as tlie Farmers' Agents coieiy on a commi  We aire- not trackbuyers and we nover buy, the Farmers igraln  account, but look after and dispose of the grain cntrujitftir to 1  ��������� gents.of thoso who employ ������s, and lt Is our deslro:-and endeo  700���������703 Y. 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Ona step ladder?  No, I was playln' 'It.h my papa ona  floor an', I wiib sitting on his tummy.  An' non what7  * Papa cneozod, ',        ,  -    Not Guilty  Why did you shoot tho man's dog?  asked a Justlco of a. western .court,  Ilo says the animal la perfectly quiet  and novor disturbs anyqn*'-.  Well, no, admitted tho defendant. I  havo nover hoard him howl ln all his  Ufo; but ho always looked as If ho was  going to. Ho would como out Inlo  tho yard a dozen tlmoa at night, squat  down, look nt tho moon, draw I1I3  breath, opon his mouth and fix hlmsolf for a howl from horo to Jericho,  thon chango hia mind, crawl under tho  porch, nnd go to sloop, No, I novor  hoard him howl; but tho 8Uspon3o  wan killing mo.  A Mm ni*-'! r, w'lUMi dining at n fur-  elgn hotel, waH neeoHtfd hy a dot������'cllvo     ,, ,   - .   .    ,,-.,,    .       ,,,  ���������who cald to h!m: J!**g your pardon;  w,,,f:', rpnof"'lM tlso JilRlmst rrrrllt up*  wo arn In et'nr'jh of an r-flcnpi'il con  vlet. and as a matter of form, will yna  olillg.; u.-i by showing your p'lHHport?  Do I look llko a non vlet?  Poaulbly not. In any case I cluill  rr-'-i'lio to *���������<���������') join* ju-^poi't,  Tii" r'r.",!'.';'".', feeling nnnoyi.d, p;-;.  KCiited tln> olllct-r wiih the bill of fun,  mid thu lnttf-r coiiimni.'ccil to rr������u*l:  Bhecp'a head, nrck of muttnu; plg'-i  fi-et.  Very good he olm-frvcd; tho dot**  crlptlon tiillies. You will plcaso  como along with ua.  ou tho management.  Muriel, F-nld tho old geiit'epian,  sharply, that young man you had In  Uio parlor hint night Ih dull of compro-  iirniihili. All I had to do was oounii  v.*!imi th'-1 nt her i-impi romalwd too  Into and lli'-y would tako tlio hint an.l  depart. Did this ono Ray Anything  when I coughed last night?  Y*.-.**, rt*plic-.l the beautiful daughlcr;  lin Haiti tho next timo ho vailed ho  was nolng to bring you eonu cough  dropa.  Mlnard'o Liniment Cures 'Coldo, Eto.  ., Mii(lhury'*i outsldi lof< was a torror.  Tho foroo with whloh ho bundled him-  uolt Into his oppononln spread dluniay  ln tlio hoarta of tho Slocombo team,  At half-time, tho Slocombo outsldo  right accofitod his captain,  I want you to chango my position,  ho eaid.  Chango, your poflillon, man! You'ro  doing nil right.    What's tho troublo?  1-.        ,1 ,,.11.-1.* vl..1. I    1... ,,    ,!,,.,        1 .,  youv place.  Maybo It han, ropliod tho playor,  but outnldo-right against that Joker  means no linldo left.  " All winter long���������on the Zero days and the.  windy, blustering .days���������the Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater gives them real solid comfort.  . It saves'them many a cold and. sickness for it easily  warms the rooms not reached by the ordinary heat.  The Perfection Heater ia made with nickel trimmings (plain steel or enameled turquoise-blue drums).  Ornamental Inexpensive. Lasts for years. Easily  moved from placo to place.  At Dealart Eotrytehtl* * '  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  WINNIPEG  ' '   ST. JOHN  MONTREAL        TORONTO        HALIFAX  /  Chapped Hands  Won't Bother  Yon  If instead or  sonp you use  SNAP, tho  original hand  cleaner.  SNAP con.  talua no lye or *  ncids, but nlycerlne and neutrnj  oi!������ which keen tho skin smooth  uud in splendid condition,  Try SNAP for a week and notice  the (liffcretifc, 47  Ol Ur fn.'ti your iii'.illo-Uj.  Ctv-iro������;<.m.  False Gratitude  Ijlttlo Molly May waa only nix and  on tho momliiR of tho atory waa Bobbing lior heart ont hpcauao oho had  lost a penny'. Many looked and,pym-  pat-hUed aa alio trotted down tho  atrooti but 11 \yan an old goutloiuan  who played tho rolo of practical Sam  arltan.  Woll, my littlo ranld, ho aalced, aa  hd patted Molly May'a heaving shoulder, what'B tho troublo?  lloo-hoo! I've lost a penny! camo tho  muffled anBwor, '  Without a word tho old (jonlloman  tliviiflt hia hand Into hia pocket and  handod Molly a ponny to replaco tho  ono alio had lent, Haying:  Thoro��������� thoro, now ���������ovorytlilnB will  bo all rlRht, ���������  nut to hln utter confusion tho llltlo  Klrl dropped hor damp pinafore, km*-  lug at him with an oxproaalon tn  which Borrow utrovo valiantly with  nngor nnd aald;v  Oh, you wicked old mau,'00 mid it  ull tho timo,  Keen on It  Don't you think, aald tho long-halrod'--  pootlcal wit to hia flancco, on ono of  thoso occaalona, that wo would inn ltd  a pood couplot,  Yob, responded tho maiden, nootllna  her pretty hoad on hia ahouldcr, I  nm not nvorao,  Mlnard'i Liniment Curat DIatempar.i  Mr, Wallor nunclmnn, M.P., who  haB jnHt prophoiilod that tho noxt General Election wlll not tnko place he  foro 1015, waa onco dlsouBalng tli������  education problem wllh anothor politician.  Tno othor politician rofuaert to _���������������  convlncod by Mr. Uunelman'fl nrRit-  montH, Thoro woro exceptions, lis  aald, to a certain general rulo laid  downhy Mr. Uunclman,  Now at tho moment, he nald, I hav������  ft.nohool ln ray mlnd'a oyc���������  rurdon me, Mr, ittincimuu Interrupt-  ed; only ono pupil, ourejy'.  Tested the Whole World Over  nnd .through threo generations Dcecham's Pills aro unU  vcr-saHy looked upon as tho best preventive unci corrective  of disorders of tho organs of digestion and elimination ever  linown. They glvo speedy relief from lho headaches, sour  stomach, indigestion due to biliousness or constlpntlon.  aro no experiment. They are too well known for that;  and their mild and gentle, but suro action on tho .  bowels, liver, kidneys nnd slomacli, too well approved,  If yon nre out of sorts lake nt onco thl.i fiidiotig  remedy and you will endorse the good opinion of thousands���������you will know why Hccclwm's Pills co 'deservedly  Have Uneqjualed Reputation  2Bt. Thn dlfcllom wllh titty ho* point out llm rm J to hi ������hh,  Sold -avanrarh*r*,  __-_d .,    ^ ,, .      -*    y  ���������;.,aV*^ -  --,���������*'-  THE NEWS. CUSIBERL'.'O.'D,:���������K*.-'-.a*  f('  _*'  If *'���������  JEEMS' HONESTY.  ,1 -'  Re Gioes Into the Real Estate  Business. ������������������������  AND STAYS FOR SIXTY DAYS.  Hut at. tho'End',of That Timo  Hit  Straight'Lifo Palls ;Upon Him, and  -lho Other Member of tho Firm Louei  Out Via Knockout Drop Route. "  y    ' By.M. QUAD. .-   ...  tCopyrlght, 1912, by Associated Literary  ,, .  , Press.]  !WAS on the circus grounds in a  town In Ohio, and whllo I was  watching a. sharper throw, the  threo cards nbout^and deceive the  tsulieless as to which was tbe queen  ��������� man bcsldo me-whispered:  "Ah-uml   I bad thought the world  Iionest and full of brotherly lore.1'  ������������������'And It gives you-n*pain to'dlscovet  your error?" I replied.     .       ,'.,*'*  ,,  ."Believe me, it does."  Ho, was a largo man of. middle age  and a serene countenance,' You saw  at a glance that he bad no wickedness  In bis soul.   Hewasaman tbat would  musicians ^,conceived    the    Idea    ot  (Stretching strings across an open bos.  About the year 1200 this was done, the  r  -  "AT LUNCH I GAVE HIM KNOCKOUT DROPS."  never trade jackknives with a boy and  give the little.fellow.a. raw deal  * trusted hlui at,once.  ���������'Ever up,against green goods?" i  . ventured to. ask. ,   , . >' '    ,  ."You refer, to/.ibe verdure of .the  pasture, I take it." he replied; "and I  will reply that-I have* dealt in .hay-  ^wm^'xy ������������������������������������yr:y - [y':y ., .-���������:  '"-'-'Most men ..have ii inotto 'to,guide  ���������* tb������>rn."    *������������������    '.* ...-.';*'    ���������'*     ���������  ' /"Yea, and 1 have one.,,' It.ls.-!Hon .  iv������sty"-'ls the'best policy:'   Ah-uni!", -.-,.,  ,*;And*mlne Is, 'There is a suckei  "'kbi-n every, minute.)" ��������� -  .'" lie sighed and rolled up his eyes,  .   nnd during tbe minute's slleuco'lhat  followed the man of the. sells, caught  Undo .Rube, for a flvo dollar bet. Then  tbo good man said: ������;  "Son, Ieannot believe you:, have ever  dealt in "consumption cures." .  "Nny, nay.'   Take-nnbther look' nt  the .back of my neck nnd^observo the  ���������scars and callouses of a son of/toll.,.-1.  , riso, with ,the lark .'and hie me .t^'my.  , 'labors." '     '   '.' '���������'.'���������'���������'   '- ;���������- .:���������.    - .,-'),"  * "It .warms my heart,to hear;this.  You have ri name?"   .���������.''"   '. ���������-'-.������������������'-y  ,   "Yes.   I bought oho awhile ago. for  convbrilcneo'stiko.-  It ,ls: Jco ms���������j list  y Jeems, 'And���������yours?"., ,     .' '"'  '���������'���������'''  '   "Jones-Just Jones."      '  Two Kindred Soult.  "Thoy wlll both-servo;"  In our won*..  derlngs around the world wo rariy'a'c-  . cldenlally   do   something   thnt   we.  should bo ashamed to havo our idotli- ���������  crs know.   See?"  "Thoughtful nml considerate young  man! Hut, I Judged you to be such..  Ah-uni!   In sowing my buckwheat a  ��������� few weeks ago, -I. strhlnort, my, hack  nnd am now'laying "off to .give It a  rest."-  ,"Aiul Ih splitting rails .last, month 1  loosened tlio rivets of'threo or. ,'four  of my rib*},nnd must take a vacation  to lot thorn'tighten up again,". , ,  "And mdaiiwlillo?" qiicrlcil ..lonos. .,  "Should a business opening present  Ksolf ,1 shall toko advantage of It."  Ilo gavo my,hand n cordial squeeze  and led mb'nway to ono'of tho circus  wagons,'and:*��������� wo found seuls on tho  tongue ho Raid:  ���������'.Teems, wo nil hnvo our llmltw���������nil  except Wall street,"  "I hollo ve you."  '"Ah-um!   Alas,, that I. should  bo  '" '��������� obliged to confess It-my-'limit on hnn-  ",v>CRty*"In.i> sixty day ono.. At'lho end  of that timo I nm overcomo with n  doslro to do tho othor feller,,   I inny  . gons fnr ns to wiy that nftcr restrain-  ., m.Ijjr.. myself for tho period nnnied 1  ' , 'would oven rob a church.   How Is It  wllh you?  (llvo mo your confidence."  "My limit has never linen ovor thirty  flnya, nnd It linn given mo n weak  .'    Itonrt-to go thnt long, but If thoro was  ���������     a blf-'ih'lrss on hand I might r.liii^'lc  ii  '   wiih thirty' .inyri loncrr,   If ! died un-  dor It my wealth oould ho used In  teaching tlio Chineso to chow plug to-  bncco Instead of stooping lt*\vltli .their  ten,   Hnvo you n thought thnt. Into  been working overtime In the back of  ���������rour hendV"  They Go Into Partnership,  "Ah-uml .looms, thoro la lho ronj pain lo business."  "It lwntH proon gondii If properly conducted." .  "There Is T.ako Erie,"  "And thero Is much renl estate ud-  -tor It."  "All-urn! 1,-Ioonw, I ohservo thnt you  catch on to Idensi with grent nlnorlty."  "Tho Hjnillenlo we nre to form Is llu  Xnlio Brio Heal Kstntc Hyiidtcnt'*"  ���������"Ab-um!". .;-   ' ���������"���������'     '.  , ~ ���������  "For the- sale of waterl lota by the  foot or acre."    ",'-'.  "Ah-uml". ��������� ..,.*,,,  "So nnich down and the balance In  installments.". ,     ������,  "Jeems, you have surely been there!,  Can you write\ glowing and convincing advertisement?1'��������� .,  "I have mado the Uncle Rubes buy  shares in a mere hole iu tbe ground."  "We * need   a    thousaud    plunks,  Jeems."  "I have my five hundred here."   .  "And aboiit our honesty with each  other?   Shall it be for tbe sixty days?  Shall it bo a gentleman's agreement?"  "Ir/sball." '���������**���������,  * '    '  That was all. "We opened an office  threo days later. I wrote tbe advertisements'for the newspapers.  They glowed.  . They, wore gold plated.  They appealed.  They, convinced the men who had  never yet boon conviuced that real estate was moro. profitable than bank  stock.       ' .  The. Getaway.  I spoke of the views over the lake. 1  ^warranted the fertility of tho soil. I  wrung in the cool breezes. I'spokeof  the delights of fishing from your own  back door. Lsaid Hint,tho property  had never been in market before and  tbat the price should sell every foot of  It within thirty days. ' There was a lot  more, of course,-and when just Jones  bad read it over he sighed and said:  ���������*Jeems,'I was uot mistaken in you.  You are an honest young/man. ,1 am  almost inclined to buy '.two; of 'these  iota myself."  Tho public fell.   It always falls if  the advertising is right.   There ..we're,  'nibbles and. then bites.    We had a  map and. wo'had., the* town of" New  Venice laid out anil all. the lots uniii-  "b'ered.. ,We had 5,000 acres divided  fnto thirty acre tracts for orchards,  vineyards and truck farms.; All were  .comfortably sunk under thirty-feet of  water," but the map didn't show that/,  ahd wo volunteered no information. '  The' successful real. estate' man always leaves something to the lmngi*  nation of the buyer.        ��������� i   '- '  No .'questions wore "asked that im  untruthful man couldn't1 readily' answer, arid "the police didn't, bother.  No buyer went out to view bis,lots or  acres. Our advice "was .to remain  quiet and hold for a raise. It was  "accepted.; It is always accepted.* We,  of course! meant till the bottom of  tbe lake should rise, up, but we didn't  say so "inJso many wtords.  " There is a time* for-the real estate  .man. to talk and.a' time for.bim^to  keep mum.   --��������� *-,-.;'������������������ ������������������".?;  --'When tbe sixty Jdays*'were up ,we  had no inoijo real estate.   In plaoe'ot  -(���������^wc-'had--$7-,000-"'ln-tbe-baiik-'���������-,'"'.  "Ah-uml"' sighed, just 'Joiies- as we  eat together.     "  ,.      '   '-,  ���������  ." "It's been a great;strain,"-says I.   '  /."It sure bas.'/biit,thank heaven .it's  ever with,". ... ",     .  '/ ���������  ", It was now for us to1 do each other  \t we could,   ne saw'It'iii my* eyes,  and I saw it In "his.   lt oamo to me  Hint he was going to give me away to  Uie police ns ri ��������� suspicions charaetei  nd make off with the scads, and ht  '.iin'ch OP gave liim knockout drops aud  .saw him safely J to his room.- Then 1  drew the money,and winged my way.  "Tie was n'good>;man. but tbo gentle-  -Bian's. ngreemeiit had been for sixty  days, and I  had almost ruined my  '-health to keep*It*.''   -   :   '���������>' -.  :,'"Ah-uni!"    Y;' "    y   '' 'i"',  '��������� *  AN EYE FOR BUSINESS;  The Way~Diiraeli "Put One Over" on  Publisher Colburn.   *  When the Hon. Mr. Ward wrote his  "EVOLUTION OFTHE PIAN07  From the First Crude Instrument to Its  .Present Perfection. .  In tbe beginning tbe piano was *  harp shaped piece of wood;-bavins twoif novel "Tremaine" , he was fearful of  or, three strings'. /From time to time J acknowledging himself the author un-  more' strings were added until , the ��������� til its fate should, have been ascer-  citbara was Invented. This was. anln-1 tained. He accordingly, tbe better to  strument in the shape of a capital lb {preserve bis incognito, sent'the manu-  ivitb ten strings stretched across the j script copy by tho wife of his attorney  open space. * Many centulies afterward,) to Mr. Colburn.   The work, although  AN ACQUIRED TASTE.  saving plutinom;  accepted, was uot considered likely to  li'ay extremely" well, and consequently  a.trifling sum wag giveu for it." Con-  dulcimer mado Its appearance, and the "trary, however, to Mr. Colburn's e_������  strlugs were struck with hammers. ,     I pectalions, 11 ran to three editions;  For another hundred years or'edl    The  ingenious   author   of   'IViviau  Sam's Assay Offices.  SCIENCE IN THE STAR ROLE..  these hammers were held In the hands,,  and then some/genius Invented a keyboard, which/being struck by tho fingers, caused the,hammers to strike the  strings. This was called a clavicy-  therlum, or keyed cltbara, and from  time to time it was modified" and improved.  During Queen Elizabeth's time it  ���������was called a virginal and then a spinet,  becauso the hammers were ��������� covered  with the spines of quills, which struck,  and .caught tlio strings and produced  tho sound. ' -  Durihg the period between 1700 and  1S00 It was much improved and'enlarged and was given the ,name of  harpsichord. . It was in 1710 that  Bartholomeo'Christofoli, ah Italian, invented a keyboard' similar to the one  we have now, which causes, tbo hammers to strike the wires from above,  and thus.developed the,piano.  i During the last century the inventivo  genius of musicians therworld over has  revised and Improved it until it has  .reached-the present day perfection.���������  Exchange,"  ,  MIGRATION' OF WEEDS.  Grey," then twonty-two years old, bav  log heard of the circumstauces, deter- [ i-jVecl late.  mined to uso it to'ndvautnge, and ac-  xordlngly, having arranged his  work  for publication, he'proceeded to* tiud  out  tbe   honorable   gentleman's ,.fair  messenger.   This he quickly effected  and npou a' promiso of giving her ������20  induced her, to be-the bearer of bis  novel to .the same publisher.  The woman was instantly recognized  by. Mr. Colburn as the same person  who brought bim ; "Tremaine," and,  recollecting tbe great sale of tbat novel, he-leaped at tbe manuscript, presented to him with tho utmost eagerness. It was quickly'read aiid a baud-  some sum given for the "copyright A  short time, however, enribied Mr. Colburn to find out his error, but too late  -to remedy bimseif. Tho work was not  successful, and'a considerable sum was  lost by its publication.  ,  Odd Compliment That Was'Paid to arr  ���������"   English Artist.1' ���������   j _*      ,/"���������.'  ltlcliard  Wilson,  the  liuglish , land- * "      * ��������� . ��������� ��������� .    -  scape painter, was not of a pliant dis- A Little Drama Enacted In Uncle  position.   Conscious of his owu merits,!  tic  disdained  lo  humble  bimseif  to  those who"measure men by rank and  value them by pounds.- Hut Wilson's  friends Jiked   him   no   less   lor-bis'  brusque manner.  Goldsmith. Sterne, Wilson and Dr.  Johnson were assembled at'Gnrrlek's  house with'a party of ladies tor supper. .  "We were very lively ot your expense indeed, gentlemen." said Mrs.  Carrick, rallying them for having nr.  'To  punish you  for not  Highbrow   Professors   Filled   Up   the'  Cast, and, With Acids and Precious  Metals" as   Stage   Properties,   They,  Scored a Brilliant Success.',,  ��������� ,'Kven the -United Stales government  has become possessed of the present  day fever to, eliminate any waste unci  stop leaks in" tbe methods of doing-  things; . The results, particularly In  tbe mints and assay ol'Jces, have been  obeying our summons the ladies likened ,  you all to plants and fruits and tlow-j  ors." ..��������� ' ���������    j  "Pray   let  us   hear,"  said   Wilson, j  "Doubtless I come in for a sprig, of  remarkable.    *��������� ���������  laurel."-> For Instance, the,,old method of ox-  "Xo, sir," said the pretty, lively lady;  truciing gold from baser metals, wlieu  "you are wrong."   ^ ���������* -"I it cnine from'tho mint consisted merely.  "For rue, perchance." said be. | jf tnsi���������      )he siueitcr ,)ars of     ,d'  "No. sir; guess again.' *  TRAPPING, AN, ERMINE.  One of- the Reasons Why the Prized  " ���������'   Fur Is So Costly,  "This stole of imperial ermine is  worth $1,000," said tbe'dealer. "Dear?.  Nix.- .Inst,consider how tbejanimals  comprised in it Vere'caught!  "Iu the first place, they were,caught  In a winter of extreme cold, for it is  only in such a winter, thnt the weasel,  .,���������,.      , ,  . ,   , .... ,     with nitric acid, which dissolved out  "Why, I am dubbed bitter enough, .,,,.,       ,^    ���������,,  perhaps a crab;" said be. "for-that the baser metals, leaving the gold with  man," pointing to Garrlek. ."Has dub- ���������'* s,ni*" percentage of impurities than  bed nio Sour,Dick." i *-'o"-*-* he removed by fusing with niter.  "Guess again," said Mrs. CJarrick, j Germany went the United'Stales one,  laughing. ,"Will yon give it up?" j butter In  this.'    The ' professors over  "Yes. madam." r       j .there, 'men wlvjsc genius for scientific  "Why, tbCn.Jsh*. you a re. likened to <Jct:iii is'unsurpassed by those of any  olives. iNow, will you dure'to inquire j oUler ���������,*,-��������� i0!lt perfected n process for  further?"' . . f refining bv electricity.   {Simply -stated,'  "Lot me see." said Wilson, with, all, it,., no(niu., moro nor )ess'than clectrie  eyes upon him.   "Well, then, my dear,  vlalingm   .j"iie smeller bars aro placed  out-with it!   I dare." iirlho plating bath, aud the gold is.de-'  ."���������Then know,-sir." said she.. rising  pusite{i 1���������  }in absolutely pure state,  How a Seed Ripened In Asia May Take  Root In America.  Weeds'migrate as weir as men.   Ac- ^ ^^ ^ ���������1UIU1 lL.���������t ,.1C  cording tp the best authorities, ^ere.-f.^'^.^^^^^'^^^^^^  .are,;already 000. varieties at least or. ^^ Jn U0I:mal Winters*tho ermine  '.weeds 'in.New. England that wero not.i Qnlj {mQS tQ-d g|.echIsb whUei ���������ke this  to. bo found .there when the .country ^m_greeuiab wl3lle stoie here,  'was Drst settled.* .Within,. Icra\t_nn ���������In tbo-second'place, the, ermines  twenty-five years after.tbe landing of *we],e cangbt-y0l'ing> for w(leu fl',|jy de-  iho'~ pilgrims . oue observer counted . ve]ope(] 1Iloir C0.Us a,-e coarse and stIff  more, than.forty new weeds the-Luro-  peaus had' brought them.  Nature employs all "sorts'of .methods  ;for.spread,ing life about the planet sand  does .not seem' to care whether the life  is .that of a weed or of a-pla'ut/fot for  human usev:'indeed, it uses such un-  roma'ntic material, as old rubber'overshoes -for seed'.carriers,' as-many new  weeds - have,- appcarcd/in'-a valley **iu  Connecticut since "afactory-was cstab-  H^*illh^ltbiLt_S--U^  ������������������"Yes, sir, when you see a stole like  and' courtesyiiig most gravely. "Mr.  Wilson is rough lo tbe tasie at lirst,  tolerable,,by'a little longer acquaintance and delightful at last."-*-Exchange. ��������� 'r ;  ��������� ������  caOght the bluffer:  leaving the base metals behind ln solution.     "���������,'   ' '  If was this residue, that interested  the high brow professors. Tbe fact  that platinum is frequently, found with '  gold has been recognized ever since  the science'of metallurgy was in swaddling clothes; also the fact* that gold  De Wint's Clever Ruse That Sold One   and platinum haveoue quality in com  as iu this $250 stole, and to catch theni  young the tongue trap must be used.  Any other trap would tear the deiicate  fur.'  "'    "'  "The tongue trap is a knife, an ordinary bunting', knife. ��������� smeared with  grease, that the. hunter lays In the  snow. "The littlo ermine sees the blade,  which it mistakes for ice.- ice itr loves  to lick, ahd so'it licks the knife blade  QDd'is caught fast,\,its tongue, in that  castoff.things.  "���������'  -������������������ Theovershocs come from all parts of  the world..,.The clotb'lining is'torirout  before" the rubber is' used; and from the  seeds that' have/found/lodgment, in.  such an apparently unpromising place',  plants have grown ou the dump heap,-  and their seeds have,found fertile soil,  multiplied and flourished. What a romance there is in the life of such a  seed-ripened, perhaps, in Asia, trodden In Ihcmud nnd carried on board  ship on the feet of it passenger, thence  taken to Europe, whore It was picked  up by the boot.(pf. au American, was  finally dislodged'ih the overshoo and  found its germinal!jig..place In Con-  iiecticut���������Chlcago Record-Hera Id.  this don't begrudge n good price'for it,  for every ermine in it was tongue  trapped jn subzero weather-a mighty  slow and painful'haud'process."���������New  York Tribune.' .  '' Froze.n Pipes,  A negro, wl.tir'an, oid.gra'y" mule  hitched to a riiinslfa~qkle wagon, stood  on tlio Ihcllho.'of Ciipitol hill',-In Washington, -during ono of tho worst sleet  storms lu January,'    '  The. old tnan, huddled In his rabbit  skin cap, shivering; ''the ' mule 'was  trembling with tho cold. According  to Everybody's Magazine, two congressmen, walling for a belated car,  woro attracted hy the strango onl fit  and wondered, as timo wciit oii and  tho negro'mado no effort to depart,  what ailed tlio old fellow,,; ..  ��������� ,One.of,the* congressmen walked over  and said, ''Why don't you move on,  .undo?" . ' ',". ,  ... .The .old ilegro pointed a trembling  linger at his "team" and replied,  '"Cause dis yore mule won't,co Moss I  whistle at hlni, and It's so cold I  corn't whistle!" ���������       -  ������J..J������J������J������J������������].������|������J������J������J.������{������J������j������J������J������[.i}.������J.������Jw{������J������|������J������J������>J-l  Up to the Family,  If nt Ilrst you don't succeed  somo of your relations will tell  each other why you nover will  iiiiccccd,���������Puck,  'M,M'*,M,M,M"M^^^  Pretty 8llck,  "That follow Is too slick, for me.  Bold mo a lot that was two feet nnclor  water.. I wont nrouiul to demand my  money back." /  ". "Oct it?" ;  "Got nothing! Then ho sold mo a  socoiul Iinnd gnsollno launch and a  copy of 'Venetian Life,' by W. I). How-  ells.'.'-Loulsvlllo Courlor-.Toiirnal.  Horn of the Unicorn. ' .  The horn, of the unicorn was reputed  instantly to reveal poison In a dish by  sweating'blood, and great ,w'as the rl-'  vulry ns to the possession of tho lluest;  specimen while this belief still nourished. Chii'i'les,,the Hold, proudly paraded six, ,two of them eight root long,'  two six feet, two live feet. According  toRonveiiuto Cellini, "Iho-flnost ever  soon, which had'cost 17,000 ducats'of  lho,-Camera," was the oue for, which  at lho pone's comma nil ho made ������.design, "the tluest thlug Imaginable, modeled Mialf- on a horso mid half on a  stag, wllh a very lino mane and other  adornments," Cory/it. speaks of tho  ono at St, Denis ns'nboiit threo yards  long,* nnd Windsor ,-hnd two of four  oils, , Tho real' "unicorn" in many  cases scorns to have been lho narwhal,  ..-London Chronicle.  The Blanket Tree..  Blankets grow on trees in, Ecuador,  and, while the idea of an all wood  fresh from the forest bed covering  might give insomnia and a backache to  lho child of civilization who likes to  snuggle comfortably under several layers of down and wool, the natives find  It all right, as Id fact It Is.  1 When hn Ecuador Indian"'wants a  blanket he hunts up a-'demajogua tree  and eiits from ft atlvo or six foot section of the peculiarly soft, thick bark,  This Is dnmponoU-and beolon until the  flexibility ot tho.slieet is much Increased.'.,'The rough gray exterior Is nest  peeled off,' arid'tlio sheet dried In the  ,Bun,. The result I? a -blanket, soft,  light iind fiilrly warm, of nn attractive  cream color. It may be rolled Into a  compact bundle without hurt and with  ordinary usngo will lost for several  yen ra.-Harper's.  of His Paintings.  Peter De Wint, -tlio Euglish landscape painter, was accustomed each  year to .bave-a' seml-priva'lo show of  bis pictures before sending them to tho  Water Color society's exhibition. On  such occasions his friends frequently  bought pictures, which, of course, 'appeared at the public exhibition marked  "'"Sold.".     *- -    *  Among, the painter's rriends was a  wealthy'man who'wanted to appear a  pa'trou of ���������nrt and at Uie ,samo time  keep his. money. Etc managed this by  loudly, admiring the paintings, already  sold. '"He was always a bit too late to  buy the/pictures that pleased him  -mostraad-haviiig-seen-themras'be'was  wont to declare, lie could'never content  himself-withjcss beautiful works.  Do Wint at last suspected tbe man's'  sincerity, and when the next show day  came round ho concluded=to test him.  After plenty of time had been allowed  tor De.Wiufs friends to make their  purchases the rich man arrived. As  usual, his eye soou fell on two* "perfect gems" marked "Sold." Turning to  the artist, ho said: "Now, De Wint,  thoso are'exactly the things-1 should  like to possess. What n pity, they aro  not to be had."'  "My dear sir," said tbe painter, slapping him on the back, "I knew you  would like them, so I put lho tickets  on to keep them Tor yon."  The.awkwardness of the situation  was only relieved,when tbe enthusiastic admirer became the somewhat uu-  .willing purchaser of the two "sem������."���������  Youth's Companion.  mon���������3. e., that no single acid known  will dissolve them.   It takes a combination of nitric and muriatic acids to  got either of these two metals, in solution.    Silver,'on  the  other  batid.als.'  readily soluble in nitric acid.-  No one  ever thought of testing a nitric acid  ���������solution of silver for the presence of'  platinum because of the theory,��������� sound  .as religion, that platinum could uot be" ,-*.  dissolved, by nitric acid.   Therefore, it  .was argued,  if there  wasn't enough0  silver in the solution to moke it worth  while to extract It, then, of course, ���������'  there could not be any platinum, so/"  Into tbe sewer it went.' "��������� ���������  The' professors began to experiment.;;  .At-the~flrsfr-plep-7lhey-unc6vercd-the���������  dusky  gentleman  in   tbo  wood   pile.  ,    A Hifjh Hat,  "Honlly, .Tiuio, rtonr," ������nld Mr. noli-  bctcr to his wlfo ns lliey snt down In  tho tliontcr. "your lint Is too high,  Tako It'off and put It In your lap."  ���������������������������Ac-li, I hku thatl" snapped Mrs.  Ilobbelor. !'If 1 put that hat In my Inn  how am I going to seo over It?"���������Spo-  Itnno Spokoamiiii-Itovlow. "  Igorote Craftswomeiv  Though,tholr tools nro fow and crude,  lho Igorolos nro clover workmen. Somo  of their axes, spoilrs nnd shields show  a wild art nil tholr own. Tho plpo-  nmlfpra, too, turn out pipes of peculiar  and graceful design. One day 1 wntched  tho women working In day und turning  out kltclioii'iitonsllH,'- Two girls car-  Wed clay from n distant pit, vhllo old-  ���������or womon In Oio vitiligo worked It up,  Shapely urns and howls nro molded  from lho plastic clay and sot In tho hot  sun.to,dry, I'dld not boo thom bubo  any pottery. Tlioy called those vessels  fiinguas.-Chrlstliin Herald.  A Qirl'i Pity,  "It wns King Mldns, wnsn't It, who  turned everything ho touched to zald't"  "I believe so,"  "I'oor old fellow."  'Why do you think ho wns n poor  old follow?"  "Uo never could ent ft pickle with  hid niiBcrs,"-C!ili'iiB<> ItccoriMJcrnM.  ���������    Butterflies Tliat Live on Fish.  The butterfly was blue and transparent As through blue glass Its liny  heart could be seen boating Inside Us  body, nml the professor read a newspaper .nrtlclo through Its lovely blue  wings. "This," ho said, "Is iho pter-  opoda, n Mediterranean butterfly, it  eats (Isli, On Jls tongue are*rows of  pointed hooks. Thoy serro as tcclh.  This bcnutlful cronliiro would lurn up  Its nose nt n garden of roses nnd Miles,  but It would feast ecstatically upon, a  putrid col. Now am! Ilicii a pteropodn  Is round on the Floiidu or tlie'Cnllfiir-  ���������oin coast. It Is only nbundiint, though,  In tho Mediterranean."  ,   Ancient and Modern, ���������  Mr, Chontc, the well known A meii-  ciin dlplomnllst, was being shown over  n very old English parish church.,  Pointing uut nn oak screen, tho rector  Informed his visitor that It wns "centuries old." "And this paneling on  the door:'" Inquired Mr, Chontc, much  Intoroslod. "Oh," replied, the rector,  "Hint Is qtillo modern! it wns put up  only forty years before the discovery of  America, you l;nowr~Loiii\oii Glubo,  O'.ittcnr* Our;;*.!, .  "Our oollo.-'tlnri today, irty dour broth  ron," said lho rector, "Is roflho cloth  Ing fund,   Al the same time, may I   you chonso. There Iwo shies (o n piece  Her Llttli Jok������, , *  Wife-John, I wish you'd, drop Into  lho Imrdwnro storo on your wny homo  nnd get a wntcr cracker,  Hub-A wnler craekor-ln u Imrdwnro storo?  Wlfo-Cpi'lnlnly! An Icepick, stin  ���������fildJ-noslou Transcript.  Twas 8nee*y Thing to Do.  "At whom nro you looking?" do-  mnnded lho young Indy of tho young  innn who obstructed lior path.  "Alchool" replied tho hny fevor victim und hurried nwny.���������Houston Post,  Ai It Should Be.  Shopper,-1' want to buy a iicebllq  iiillnhlo for my husband, Snlcsmnn-  Horry, mndnni, but rro nro not permit-  led lo sell tw!;llo������ to women who ������r#  ���������innecompaiilcd by inoB.-Pucb.  earncKlly Impress upon you Hint,  (hough tho collection is for lho cloth'  Ing fund. It Is not necei-snr.v tn con*  tribute but tons V"      i  Tlie Hero,  First Critic-1 umiorstniul jou snvr  ���������JVrlbler's new comedy Inst night.  Who -plnycd lho hero? Second Critic-  I did. I sat through lho wholo thing,-  Phllnrtelpliln llocord.  Neither wnlls, thcnlcm, pnrcliOR nor  roiuoIcps cqulpnco make states, hut  men who nre able to r-������ly npon IL������p������-  oclvpj.-Ariitldui.  They discovered h curious fact���������name-, ,  Jy, that, while platinum alono was not J  soluble ia nitric acid, some of its alloys with silver were soluble.    For  instanced a composition of 5 per cent/,  platinum iu silver, is readily, soluble,  hlght there was the clew leadiug to the   '  discovery that for years oiit of- mem-  ,ory imtold quantities of the precious '  metal,  essential  above all others la  electrical manufactures, had been running Into tho sewer. All solutions were,  carefully tested.' Salts of Iron woro  added, precipitates supposedly of silver  vrcro analyzed, and since then platinum at tho rate of $5,000 a1 month has **  been offered for Bale by Uncle Sam.,  it Is interesting to trace the.sources  of tills gold In that tho facts suggest  that sooner or later deposits of platinum In largo quantities aro going to.  bo found. Llltlo of tbo gold coining  from the western United states and  'Alaska contains platinum. It Is found .,,  almost entirely ln the' gold mined In  Mexico end South America. Gold from  these districts Is coming ln larger  quantities year aftor year, It Is found,  for Instance, ln what Is popularly  known as Guinea gold. Guinea gold  lias a peculiar luster nil Its own. It Is  highly prlr.od In tho jewelry trade for,  this snmo peculiar color.  There arc vast rcachos ot wilderness  In ,South A'ihcrlca thnt, filled with  minsmlq, swnmps and lurid savages  armed with poisoned arrows, hnvo sa-  fnr resisted lho advance of the white  man. It seems not too much to expect  tliat sooner or later, when those districts aro exploited, platinum In Inrgo  qunnlltlcs wlll bo discovered. Some  Ilrct Ilnrto is probably n-hornlng now  to nlng tho romance of Platinum gulch.  Tho romnnco of gold Is founded on tho  mntorlnl consideration of $20,07 nn,  ounce, which tho governments of tho  earth havo decreed must ho Its prlco  now nnd for overmore. They will  linvo to build a second slory exlen-  tlon on tlio romance of tho uictnl thnt  Is worth twico ns much ns gold,  Now Hint Undo Sum 1������ finding this  tnlno of -platinum In tho supposedly llm  alloyed linrs that lho big refining com������  panics are sending In,from their smelt--  era, tho Interesting question Is mining,  Who owns lho platinum, Undo Sam or)  tbe refineries? Undo Sam bought tholr  Kohl, refined It .'or them nt cost an  lin If) Ihom dollar for dollar out of hi  pocket.   Actually ho wns ont on lh������  -traiir-ir-tlnr.    V'T thill ,1'C !'-,'.3 itt^-pcil  the tonic in hi* drnlnplpi*, ho 1s ti littlo  riband,  Naturally, If one can play nt n gamo.  two can piny at the snmo game. Somo  of lho bigger smelter companies, whoso  output Is siiflleJenr, hnvo undertaken  An Exception, i the task of rccorcrlng this platinum  "Money, niter all, means nothing hut  tliomnolroa. If Hndo Snm enw help out  troublo." his  payroll  with plnllnum  reslducii  "Still, It Is tlio only Iflnrt of troublo  thore Is no renson why n privately con-'  which It is hnrd to borrow," dueled smeller ennnot do tho snm������  .. .... . thing;* So the oloclrlcnl method of rd-  Hi������ Swore. fining tt coming moro nnd moro Mo  Sho-Was ho furious, tlenr, when jou������ use, nnd tho highbrow professors In  lold him Hint we hml been secreliy ��������� tiio mints who hnve been eenrchlng for  mnrrled?   ITo-Nnf really furious, only  platinum   hnvo  discovered  that  tbf  nilfuiious.-Judgo. imnllcr bur* ������ont lu for colnngo aro al-  ,   ���������  rooit 100 per c������nt flno, -without ������o maeb  None Is lo be deemed free who has  ���������$ n itnoll of plntluum Jn thom.-ft  but iwrftct Mlf command.-l'ytbngora*.; if flag And-trMd tn Niv York TttbaaiJ  ' Resistance to the $un.  Animals wiioso enpucity for Hiermnl  regulation is'llmlled, such as rabbits  and monkeys, rapidly succumb to exposing to tho tropical sun, In tho  same circumstances the skin of a man  rises some 'A or *l degrees U. abovo tub  normal.' Theoretically tho black skin  of negro races should absorb more beat  than that of tho whllo people, now-  over, colored races uro better able than  lho whlto to regulate their tempcraturo  under the influonco of tho tropical sim  perhaps becnuso perspiration Is moro  abundant, Tho ape, although n native  of tho tropics, Is less capublo of resisting tho'suit thnn othor animals and  even tho whlto man. This ts no,'doubt  attributable to the fact thnt-ils, nnturnl  homo Is In (ho forests. , For/certain  monkeys Iwo hours of oxposifre to lho  tropical sun Is ratal.  A Unique Laboratory,  Oiit^ldo'tlio harbor of Bfnx, Tunisia,  In tho shallow water ot lho Hour  Mediterranean, Is sltuntetl n blologlcul  In born lory for the study of sponges.  It Is ono of tho most unique tu tho  world and affords opportunity for ob-  torvlng lho development of the spongo  from Hny Inrvu, ro siniill thut It cnu  only bo studied under u mloro-u-opo,  until five yours Inter It bus developed  Inlo a perfect sponge,  Two Sides,  "There nre two Bides, you know, to  every nrgnment," snid thu rundy mmio  pluio,so|)iier,  "Yes," UiiUtAl lho nU>oiuy pert-oil,  "but It makes n dlffereiico which sido  of fly pnper."~WnshItigtou Stnr, ������FlTO'*-&'"--tfW<*^  THE 'TOWS. CtTMBEft-AMP, BRITISH COLUMBIj^  UlfiOLiEUiWS  OlRLiLtPflPEHs  iiPlCE GUrlTRlNS  ^jiiiMniL-iw w��������������������������� i**mmm^*m**m^mmt*m  NEW STOCK' of the above, in well assorted patterns  nnd designs'at POPULAR PRICES - ��������� -  Our stock oi Furniture,  House-fur-  mshino's.    Heels/ etc.,;/:  -   is   always  'complete ancl, prices the best.  Try a Fgwceti Range ; the^' are  always satisfactory.  LAND* ���������NOTICE.'.  ruining 100. acres "moro   or "less.  ' .Myrtle Boknkttb; Applicant  Tom Maticr, Agent.  Dated January 3rd, 1913..  Rev. J: Hood.will; deliver   an  Vancouver Land D'.striet  District of Sayward'  TAKE NOTICE that Myrtle  Bonnette, of Yan-eo.uver, ocenpa  tion, nurse, intends to .apply- for  permission to purchase . the' foi address especially to -young men,  lowing descried lands^Coin- i������. -St.' Georges Presbyterian  monc-mg'iita post planted and church on Sunday evening next,  marked the northwest corner of. Be there young man, and hear  lot 581; thence'east 40" chains,1 what promises to be -a very in  McPhee  Ulori, A. McKINNON    Cumberland  noi th 40 -l-aii*--*. thence west 40  chains, thence south 40 chains  to point of commencement   con-  Career Of  The New  President  py ��������� ������������������������������������ I" ���������"  Born at Staunton, Va,- Decem-  lior 28th 135 3,1110 son of JL?ev Jos  Jt.    and   Mrs,   Jessie   Woodiw  ,       WlMl.  Piss!*<l Uis' .boyhood in theSouth  're-Kling at Augusta, Ga,, Cohan  bi-a, S. C\, and-.;Wil'nungton,   N.  ; O.,   where his   father   occupied  pulpits..   , ...     *  ,   '    Entered Princeton   College   in  ."iir 1,879 and was graduated   wiih  "   hi,Lh honors four years Inter. \  Entered the law department ol'  fie University of- Virginia in the  -   f 11 of 1870 and  received his dip-  "     l-miti in 1881. - '   , '^~7"  fvf������* Jersey, March 1, 1913, in nn  licipation of his" inauguration a?  President.  Left Trenton ' for Washingtonf*  March 3, 1913, escorted by practically the entire student body of  Princeton University.  Inaugurated President of the  Ui.ired States. March 4, 1913, the  first Democrat to hold the office  in sixteen years.  teresting and instructive address,  such as the reverend gentleman  is able to deliver.  MM*^������M  MAROGCHI BROS   >  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLINGmWORKS *  THE  . - -OF   CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,50Q,dpO  j MONEY ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. -T^^T*'  navable without charge at any bank in Canada (except-tn the Yukon  . SS "nd in the principal cities of the United States, are -ssued at  the following rates -.'.*. * ' -   -  $5 and under.......,.....:...-...  3 cegtii  Over    5 and not exceeding $10    J> s  ���������"������   10    ������ "       30...........io   ���������;  ��������� tt    30      ������ " 50..........  15     M ag  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  , should bo made by mean, of our SPECIAL FOREIGN, DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates. _������������������_m���������   ^  cnmnqUD BRANCH '.. .....:........W. T, WHITE, Manager  ii*������niimt_wraiM  1 ti  Agents for" Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale. Dealers in*all Kinds of-   * *  ���������    Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  j  ;v*  ' Opuued " a'law office in Atlanta  jn-May, 1882, and'continued ti.  pruc ice ' hia profession there for  jeightien months.  Mi-rned June 24, 1885, to Miss  Helen Louise Axeon, ������������������������ Savannah  nml later in the same year becaiiu-  iV-fessor of History ami Political  Economy at* Bryn Mnwr.     ������'  lleiiininud at" Uryn Mawr three  yeiu't-, when he resigned to neee.pt  a s-inijlar prof esForsh ipat Wesley-  nn University.'  Published hia first book in 1835  mi ������������������Congressional Government,"  wlvii'h mado fot him a nuino. as a  echol-ir and thinker on ' politicnl  tjui'istionfi,  His i.e.M book, "Tho State,"  published iu 188'.), was the first  work in English to present the  suhjuct of tho operations of all con  bliliitional governments,  Resigned hia chair nt Wosleyau  jn   1800 to   beiyniie profee-or   of  , jurisprudence   and    polities    at  I'rineiiton University.  [ri J.S08, '-Divieion. and Reunion," -'An Old Mwtor, af������d Other  Pj itlcal Haf-ays." anil "Moro Lit.  i r ilure and Other Esfiays,' came  from his pen.  In    181)0   tlio   publication   of  "(ii- rgo Washington,"  added   to  liis ronutation as a writer and his  t ri-.ui.  Khotod prwiiU'tit of Princeton  University, in 1902, to succeed  J.),r Francis T��������� Patton.  In UIOS published a ������A History of tho Peoplo in the United  St-iliifi,'' said to be lhe lirst impoi-  .t nit work of its kind written by ii  S'iitberner. '  Named by thu Democratic parly for Governor of JScw Jersey  jii I'.IIO*, i-li'f.toil In MoviMiibor of  Hiiii \i*jir, ami iiiuu^uniitd -ninn-  'i.'.'V 17, 1011.  (it tlio .autumn of IU.I1, his  iiitmn was Urn promini'iitly eon  TENDERS  TENDERS will be received np  to March 22mi, for,, the construction o5 'a septic tank at Public  School. Plans and specification**  can be seen at the Government  Office, Court House. For f urth-r;  er particulars, apply to any trustee jpj_Cuiiiberland Public School.  Tenders to"be addressed to '  '   - T. .11. CAREY, .  Sec'y Board of School Trustees  GOVERNMENT ST.   ' ���������? :. -il ^ VICTORIA'B. C,  ���������*-  Complete'Stock of c,YerOldcFirme!.V   ������.-/  1 ' -. fi    *��������� V "  Heintznian& Co. Pianos  i**!  v  '.i  a  i  e  NOTICE  Sayward Land Distriot.  Di-trict of   Sayward  TAKE -NOTICE lhat JuBtin  Dorr of upper Valdez Island, occupation' farmer, intends to apply fur  permission to purchase the following described lands.:- 'Commoncinp  at a po.t pbinted 10 chains east ot  Hynr-iuih Lake and 10 ehainc  -outh of N. W. corner of J. D. pre  empiion, thonce 10 chain's west to  lake, thence in a south-easterly du*  ri en, 10 chains along tl.e 'shore  f the lake to tho intersection ol J  1) Hi.o, thence north 10 chains  to  point of commencement, containing in all five acres more or Ioph.  JUSTIN DORM,  Nama of Applicant in full  Dato, March 8th, 191,}.  Real Estate and Insurance,  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.  We have  a,large number  of enquiries for acreage in ,  '      "Oomox Valley j'- if yon have anything _ to' sell,  UST   ,.    -  '���������   '; " >VITIL;*US/"    ''-Y/ ~    , '   '.'        ' ���������    ,-'  We are^ AUGTIONBtePS  SEE US ifyou want a'sale and \Ve; will ai range o:i*.-        tho, shortest  possible notice and;get'.the BEST Pli,     I..  COURTENAY, C.  __^_IW__U___W____M__^ "  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  ..    WRITE FOR CAT A LOC " AND I'RICE LISTS. -  Convenient Terms of "Payment1 Arranged.   -  S_SS_3_ks_-__-^������!&___^-^-S-^  1.  I  I -tt  u   S  fi  t.  rV,  809 GOVERNMENT STREET, Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C;  3 i*  ^nimiioiuimuiitmtnumnmRrammtmtrmjmm  lUIIIIHIUIIIIIliUtlllllllllllll  I  Capital Paid Up $11,500,000  Beaerve $12,500,000  ���������4  ���������i  J!  *   -i--^--. .  -        - ���������       - H   '  The .Royal Bank of Canada. 71'  ���������DRAFTi. ISSUED,, IN "ANY    CURU1CNCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  '' OVER   THE   WOIUi).  I  "In this great and glorious,  country of oiii'B," exclaimed the  political prator, "thern is no  North, no South, no East, no  VVest." '-No wonder1 wc don, l  know where we are at," ennic  a querulous voice from the outskirts of the ciowd.���������Town Top  ieu.'  Wu are pleased to learn tlint  Mr. \t. W, Nunns is holding his  own. We would be surprised  if it were otherwise, with such  iu expert nurse ns Mrs. Nunm*.  looking after liim. Fortunate  mini,  If rcporls current be true Wag  uer and Julian fire two of the  worst criminals ihat Untisli Ool  um bin linn ever produced, Thoy  hive a terrible record behind  them,  A i*������sgc iwiiiiba' oi* jiits.seu^-ti's  "PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT''  ���������*   ������,  J- ! *  OTICE is hereby, given that the List  of Voters for.-the Gomox Electoral District, has been Cancelled, and that application to be placed on the Voters' List will  be received at my office at Cumberland,  where printed forms bf 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 be given , to me by thirty clear  days ..before the holding of the Court of  Revision,  Dated this 3rd day of March,  1913.  JOHN BAIRD  Registrar of Voters Comox Electoral District  SP15CIAL'ATTENTION pnid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intereM jj j  ut highest Current Kates allowed on Wqioi-it** of $1 and upwards..  | ���������  '    CUMBERLAND, B. C.,,Branch, Open Daily. ' p,  -     UNION WHARF, B. 0.,  Sub-Brach, OpenThurodftya , H:  D."M. MORRISON, Manager. {J  COURTENAY,   B, 0 ,   Branch,   Open Daily. .    j3  B                      WM. HOFF, Manager. jj  %:llllllllllillllllUllinilUUIItllllllOIIIHt]linillllllUIIIIIUIH  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  -NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  arrived by the S. S. Ghnrmcr on  Wednesday   evening,   ninny   of  which, were   on   Mic   train   foi  ni'cteil with the presi-lentini noiii.iCmnberl.uul.  inntion.  After rt  hard fi-jht in the prim  iivii"-. ho  wns  noniinnlrd   by   the  {>r|-iw*r'itir* iV.rty   f"r   IVeu'denf,  dt Hultiniore, July 2, 1012.  '   fMHfifillv ni';i;}������'.) nf flu1 jionimn  I Inn :it Jiin -'MMimt.-T home ut   .Sen  flirt, ^N, ,1., Angn.-t 7, V.ll'l.  Klrc.tcd twMXty-e'iglitii I'rcsid.  ,'fif'of the I'ni'cd Srnti'������, N**v. 5,  l3f|*2, rtiviviiijj; 4>,i-') ������'1<m<hii1  y������t*'s out of rt. toifil'Vf S-'il,  yt,o>iimtA llip {"Jiivrnfflrftliip of {day evnjiug,  -���������Humiiti Hearts" at the City  Hall Thuisday nnd I'Yidny oven-  \\\uj*. This is a ftrand picture.  Don't mil's seeing if.  Miss Hclle Murdoch l������It<i by  Sunday's boat for Vnneouver.  iMr. (W'orgc Tnrbell anived  home ou Sunday from a pleasure  uip to Sun Kiatisisco, Cnl.  Nfrs. J Hood is expected to  ���������irrive Iri-tii   IVaehland  on  lJri-  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  :V.-BOflOttfi;  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  CUMBERLAND  P, 0. BOM 483  PHONE 20,...  If YOU GET IT  PLIMLEY'S  \t% ALL RIGHT  uQu \* r\0ciCi   luio 5  Unless it Coneetfns You.  ���������TES COMOX CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY ������ ^m  Ox Beef BEST QUALITY ONLY Daily Fed Pork  v sn-:(;iALS this week   llomfl Cured IJncou-unB.noki'd 2-(i ft Hi  IMntoe* \ 1 Qiinlny, per nick ������t.ft<)  u at Smoked ilacon afiu dm ������b '''������' r U per n*<*k  1.70  V������r������ Itett Uctttft Avvi** . .$* 00 -.or b������<i  C.Www, Piwli, |*r H ,.... oo  HbSii-Sb tOii'iiHyi  ....SSavnrlSi  Hn lb-it, Vto h, lowwt mnrko* men   i ! ������2 \\lI. \f    . fln 25- \m Ih NiiI-iiu*-, Km- h, lomnt m/irket niira   ESilS!" Si:: . V.:::'*.i������f-Jr9Be 1^.1 *���������** K^...^o.ji..i;hdM$i.w  Orders by Phone Prompily Attended to, Phone 25  Get Your Cycle Now  For ploftpuro or Viuaino-c-i. roin or Bhino, oity Blro������l������ or c*iuri-  tryremJa, the liiofJornKdy prioi.'.PMUKMKHAHJlOW" ia n H  ninchine you civi depend on. It's punl hl-tory in ilu rcconj- ���������*'  mondiilinn nntl the fnet that it is hoUI hy Plimley is your  jnmrHnlc-o thut it nill prove all tint Ih Ip repri-K'iit-rd to ho  fiend for n ilnti\ilo.l chihiftiio Wivh nil a.ceo-jporioe tho price  If only $35 00  DON'T   FORGET  thnt ovory  $IO CA8H  apont nt Pllfn!ey������������ cntltlo������ you to n coupon  \  tor tho FREE Q1PT of n I9K^I MOvorlcinclwGn**  4.  i  I  THOS. PLIMLEY  739 YATES STREET  VIOTOF^TA, B. O.  I  H___l  _____���������_���������__________���������________


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