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The Cumberland News Mar 19, 1913

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TltE N-BWS," TWENTIETH/-YEAR  CUMBERLAND; B,;c.I|VEDNESDAY,-MARCH 19,** :qi3  Subscription $1.00 aYi-ax  */%rQi*(S^a**s&*T&  SPt^IRO IS fiE^E  A '       -   , And-you want-wash material*?, to mako up for  A  ������������ -   tha hotBummec-monthJ1.   We havo juet put  -; into, 6tock the largest,ahd: finest .absorimeni,  .        "   *     ever   shown/in this   city  of 'GINGHAMS,  ' PRINTS, GALATENS A'SHAKBRS.   These  yr- ���������**>*. -'  are exceptional values,- from the best manufac-  **   -'._'''"t'urerp, and having placed our order teyeral  ' ,    .    months ago, Keforb the-recent.advance in cot-  .    ton- \VK AUK IN A"POSITION TO -SA.VE^  /,"���������'��������������������������� J''    .   YOU MONEY '   ���������;--;:���������';.*������������������"_..;.   ."/*'[-  ; We ;&ye the Best Values  in ; T������we  Offered^: jSEfr  A Large/,Assortment of Cur-;  -tains,^Ctirtain Muslins,;/Scri^  ^s,;;-etc-,; Makes^tfo -houses  gleaning problem: easy. -,';.'  Gjve us,your. Gi pcery Order.   .. - ���������  7   .-     *��������� - We give satisfaction always.  TrEhoheV38r  :o:-  SIMON LEISER & ������50iV LD.  1 -M*-''r<,A  *^(MVlr--M^*/VMAA*  tffyat*tM+s*f^f*iK*l>*f%f*4  MURDKRED CONSTABLE  '   INTERRED WITH HONOR  1-T MASONIC'BRETHREN  With his old friends and com  rades clad iii iho uniform, of  their respective regiments walking slowly, behind the hearse in  the regulation. 11; ilitary tread, the  remains of Provincial Police  Constable Westaway, who was  killed while arresting a burglar  at Union Bay, was laid . to rest  yesterday afternoon iu Mountain  *View cemetery. The undotak  . iug, parlors, where the' service  w^s held iu accordance with the  solemn rites of the Masouic  'lodge,'whiclicouducted the funeral, was crowded to the dooia  with the many friends of the  dead mau, who took this opportunity of paying their last respects to one. who so bravely  died "while under duty bound.''  Acting as a personal guard of  honor sent by the ^Empire Service club, and dressed in the rifle groeu of tho Duke of Con-  naught's Own Rifles, with which  corpa they are affilHated, were  Messrs Grylluy Wurd, Moore-,  Rodger a, Arnold, Stafford,} Bat  tie, Quiuhey, Hardy, Price, Perry, Boot, Salmon nnd j-|Mas-  ison. Many representatives of  the Sixth Rifles, Sc^cnty-pccond  Highlanders, Eighteenth Field  Ambtilaucc and Field Engineers  wac pixbtitii, a bcini-uiiiiiaty funeral being accorded, As , the  cortege passed down the street  every hat was lifted as [mark, of  i*cspect.-~The Sun, March 13.  " '    -0 in 1,1,  A sawmill, in which a number  of our local men arc interested  will shortly be started near the  McNeil ranch, Roy's rond. The  plaut has been purchased and  will shortly be installed. This  should provo a paying venture.  PM-  Mr.   Leonard   Day   Piket   And  . Miss. Joaunle Henderson United in Marriage   Last  Monday Evening.  _~������   ���������*  A quiet but pretty weddiug  took place at the residence of tho  bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AV,  Henderson, on Monday evening,  when their daughter Jeannie.  was united in marriage to Mr.  Leonard D. Piket. second son of  Mr. and Mrs, John Piket of this  city. The bride, who looked  very charming, was attended by  Miss Euphemia Haymau, while  Mr, A, Mathcwson, of Union  Bay, supported the groom, Kev,  J. Hood tied the nuptial, knot,  After the ceremony, the bride  and groom accompanied by a  party of friends proceeded to  Union May hy auto, whero a reception aud dance was held iu  the Wilson Hall iu honor of the  occasion, ut which a large number of invited guests wero present The happy couple were tho  recipients of. many useful and  handsome presents, Mr, and  Mrs. Piket will make their home  at Union Bay. The Nuws ex  tends congratulations,  D**        T   ���������T'l'r'r -MA,-*-**      < t t * rO ,"*. /���������*, r ^-f..  Wi K, Lawreiice of this city, aud  a former head colliery surgeon  here, died at Vancouver on  Wednesday morning the 19*11,  iust.  Toronto, March 17,���������-Au Ot.  tawa special to tho Star to-day  fiayu; ''Wold has,gono forth to  the Conservative organhon to  got ready fur u goneral o'ect.'on.*  The government ia now convinced that an appeal to the people  hiav lm fonvd at any   hmir.  Eegular Mefetiug of The Council  Was Heldfon Last Monday Evening.  TheCityCoiniciLHiet;in.rcg * Mayor-reported on interview  ular session on Monday evening': with Mr, lockard re gravel for  there being present; Aldermen street-grading. Mr. Lockard  Aspesi, Coe, Miller, Maxwell and said that the city could have grav-  the mayor;,  Tlie minuter of prfvious.iueet- Coe said that, the city, would have  ing .'.were read and .ftdopted: A  ComiuumcBtion was read^from raJlyoi* also reported interview  Peter. Anderson, -,iii.;whi$.-he with manager of Royai Bank re  madethe-followiiigy^iN^Hou: overdraft, who stated that the  That, if the-JCouncirJ^pjild:. ,re; baiik eculd not aavance;anv  dace the rent of the City'-Hall to  $30.00 a month arid give; Him a  three-year-lease, he would., add  thirty feet to the hall and;i������ake  .other . improvements.A!;,While  6oine, of. the aldermen ^agreed  that, the, proposition, ^was :-a'good  one, they did .notAthink that" :the  conncil had t'he.po'wer.to.'grant.a  thr-ee-year, lease. A: committee  was appointed to'enqiiire into the  'matter. ���������   '-'    '-,   j - * ,'1 ^ \ - [:j  Coiniuunicatiou was.received  in,,the form of ..a complaint  against .Magistrate ��������� Ab*fami\: lqt[  the recent dismissal of a man  charged and found guilty of-carrying a loaded, revolver. The  communication was signed by A;  McAllister au& others. Aid,  Maxwell moved, seconded by Aid  Miller, that the matter be refler-  red to the. police commissioners  for inve&iigatiou���������carried,  Accounts:���������A. 1-1. Peacey, ������5.*.  60; C. II. Tarbell, 21.01; News,  3.50; Bird,and Darliug, 14250  We are having as cold a spell  as we have had at any time this  winter.   Youuevercan tell.  The Ladies'   Aid   of ���������>. Grace  Methodist church, will hold their  Aununl Sale of Work   and Sup  per on the  first Tuesday  after  April pay.  There was from six- to eight  inches of snow ut 'Nanaimo and  viciuily ou Wednesday morning,  ������������������"I U I    -  A very enjoyable masquerade  ball was given by the employees of the Colliery Company in  the Cumberland Hall ou Monday evening, A large1 number  was in attendance, Admission  was by invitation,, and as we  were not invited and consequent  ly uot present, wo are unable to  givo the accoiint of thin affair  that we would have wishod.  Nolo���������I may stale that I askod  for a list of thr) prizi winners and  other information, and was iuforiu-  od that same waa not for piiblicu-  tlon ��������� ICd,  -   ������������������        o ~  Mr, D, Fuller, manager of  th������i Singer Soivj.-ii* Machine* Co.,  Victoria, and Mr. J, Jep^on,  Singor ngent nt' Nanaimo, wore  in town thin wook,  Mr. \V, E. Lnwioiice will leave  for Vancouver 011 Thursday iiuini  ing to attuu'I the funeral   of hi.-  uuelo, the lute Dr. Lawrence.  Mi. L. A. Mounce, who bun Iw-o ���������  in town for lovtrul dnyp, will Ichv-*  for hia homo i.i Vancouver o.  Thursday morning. Mr, U'ol-t-r  Grant will loavo for VJotmlu nt the  ���������ud of the \*iC*-*k.  el at.'fifty cents  a   load.    Aid.  to   let   it    go   at    thatv   The  money until he had heard, from  Vancouver iu the matter.  cAjd..Coe? reported re parties  living rent free in the Isolatiou  Hospital, and said, tliat they  were welcome ��������� to remain there  rent tree as far as he was concerned,' as it needed someone to keep  -it'aired-and^comfortablerfor~pa~  tieilts, coming in. ���������**">,'  . Aid. Coe and   Miller  of  the  t t it ,  Board of Health, reported . sewers in several places A in la. bad  sanitary /condition/ and/ that Jlie  Medical Health .-Officer* had or-;  dered them attended. to at once.  :,The parties n sponsible are to be  given three, days, iu , which to  attend to it, U not, they will be  prosecuted, as they are a serious  menace to the public health,- .  It was; decided to hold a * ape -  tial meeting of the .board   on  Wednesday night to go into the  assessment roll.of 1913  .   Couucil adjourned,  The merchauts of Cnmberlaud  have agreed to close their places  of business ou Easter Monday  and keep open ou Good Friday,  This will give two straight holidays to the employer and employee.  Cumberland Basketball Team  defeated- the Comox Team by a  score of 16 lo 9 iu tho Cumberland Hall ou Tuesday evening,  Both teams played good hall.  Capt. Clinton of the home team,  is a -'dundy" at bagging the ball,  he, missing very few chances,  Mr. Fiank Dalby umpired the  game most satisfactorily.  0*f OLD NEWSPAPERS KOlt  SALK AT THIS OFFICE j&  SPECIAL SALE  of Curtains and House  Draperies.  Art Muslins, regularise and 20c... .SALE PRfCE 10c vd  ArtTasseled Border, regular -iue... .SALE P1UOE 25c yd  Art Light Shades, reg 20c  2 Yds for 15c  Art Assorted Patterns reg 35c; to 40c SALE PRICE 25c \d  Madras, reg 50c, 60c and 65c SALE PltlCE 35c *>���������<!  Madras, reg 85c -. SALE PKlCE-WJc. \d  ..(Jretoimes, regular 15c...... .SALE PKlCli 2 yds for 2hc  Cretonnes, reg 17c and 20c...... SALE PlifuE 15c -yd  Cretonnes, reg 25c '..".. .SALE PIUUEYyds fnr 35c;  Art Sateen, reg 25c and 30c...;.... SALE PRICE 2i)o' vd  ���������Also some interesting specials���������������������������   ^  ���������  FOUR DAYS ONLY  ;v*       "Wednesday, Thursday,   Friday and Saturday,     '  ,*    ; March 26th to the-29th inclusive  -o-  THE CORNER STORE  phone IO. Box 100.  Cumberland, B. C..  Macfartane Bros.  Try The Bjg,Store for - Linoleums, neat.handsome patterns in  d fferent shades and lowest pri-  cee������ .'.'"���������      '     ��������� * - ,      y  ' ���������  "TliFCityrHaU"73irNevr WestT  minster was damaged by fire, on  Thursday evening last, to the extent ot $10,000.  ��������� Ladysmith is talking tiamway  and-iti iallAprobftbility -Will   have  one."- Y   ...    -    -     ":'   .   - ...  Adnca Stanislaus , Coleswa  Kwaseiborski, 21, a Russian, applied for fim naturalization papers at San Fransisco a few days  ago; He was politely told to go  out and have his name treated  for its, surplus bumps beforo he  could do any business with. Uncle  Sam.  r  Rev, Benjamin ' Appleyard  will arrive here iu May to take  charge of Holy Trinity church.  A meeting will be held iu the  Union Hall on Thursday even  ing, March 20th, under tho auspices of Jhe S. l\ of C. Comrade Knight,,of Alberta, will be  the speaker of the evening.  Barney Farmer is seriously ill  at tlie hospital with  pneumonia  Mr. James Baird is confined to  his home with a bad leg,  Look out for the grand masquerade ball in the Union Hall,  ou Thurbday evening, March 27.  8100.00 iu prizes. Admission 50  and 25 cents,  Wo may only run a little country nownp-iper, and not have very  much brait'p, but wo can recognize a blight whon it cornea our way.  ���������������������������BBHaHUBMMHBflGani  Our friends wt:uld*bes\������w u jiioHi  favor on us if they would*]e kii d  enough to bring in to n is cifio-i  for publication any local i-mis-i. cr  articles which* might-be of ������p-ih*. {  ititere?t to the public.' \Ve Would  ���������be-most-pjeufced-to^piiljiiFlrTneurr  "BIRTH���������At Cumberland ou  March 8th, to Mr. aud Mrs. T.  E. Bate a sou. ,.'-=-  ' The. first meeting of the class  in'anibutaiiee'Mrdt'k wilj-bc   l.dd--  in.the principal's..-room   iu ihe  public school-on-Tuesday,   18II1,  iust., at 8 o'cloekp. ni, '  '-���������      U ���������   -1    I'    !_..  BIRTH���������At Cumberland ou  Sunday, March 16th, to Mr. and  Mrs. J.H. Hill, of Union Bay, a  sou.  Mr, 1). M. Morrison, our Ukal  Royal Bank mannger, anived  home from 'Sou Fransisco ou  Suuclay.  Mr. W.'Men-field ai rived home  from Vancouver by Sunday's  boat.  Victoria will play Cumbeilr.ud  at basket hull, here, ou Tuesday  evening, 'March 25th, in the  Cumberland, Chir buys expect  to hand it on" lo them in first  class t-lyle,  Mr. and Mrs, N, JIIcKarlano,  of Nanaimo, unived iu town by  auto on Sunday evening.  There are   sevcuty.four  nu<os  owned in Nuunimo.  Regiider at onco and got it --ir  your inhiil,  nn  C. A M P R P I -I s  '���������W    l     *\     A   ������   JL      JL *->      JU-rf      JL-/    JL-/    Vw/  {  ���������  DRY GOODS DEPT  Wo mo oliowin/j thti wenk lho iiewoit ityloi in Lt-  (Won' I'diiflMifi nrrRKri -in l������wn, imrqnntfM nnrl ,miH,,  trliiniud witli Jucoand omliroidery nimrlion in wliita  Hky, --{nl*. iml alinmpagno !..,from $!)5U to 88 SO  Mlssoa- Middy Ulotixw in wliito duol-, with red  (Jnok trlniiniiiff. /  Ladies' Tailored Shirt Waists  Ready-to-Wear Hats  GENTS FURNISHING DEPTf  Our men'a department is now utoekod  with u complete stock of tho iinweut  styles in men'.-) wwr,  Men's, Youlli's & Boys'Ready-to-Wcar Clothing  Spring styles in Men's Pur felt Hats  Specialties in Boy's and Youths' Tell Hats  Special Selectians in Caster Nerkwcar  Agents for the Geo. A. Slater Mnvidus' Shoes  Easter Novelties  NEW SAMPLES Made-to-Order Clothing.  CAMPBELLiS v,-...'  ..s.,  vy  m  /  ���������THE .NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C  r.  AMENDS  FOR ALL  .^  By E. R. Punshon  Ware.*, Lock ���������*. Co.i Limited  London,  Melbourne & Toronto;  BONSPEIL  ',.   ���������   V/iiinipeg* Fehi 4th, tojFeb. 18th -**."���������    ���������        \  TO CURLEfcS AND VISITORS TO WINNIPEG','  timing Bonsplel* e extend a fteni*ty"we!come'. Make our office your headquarters.' Have your mall addressed here. ,-��������� .'. ������������������"  IT MAY BE THAT YOU DESIRE TO LIST YOUR FARM FOR SALE OR  EXCHANGE, OR TO SECURE A BARGAIN IN A GOOD AS NEW SECOND  HAND AUTOMOBILE. .*.'*"  We have'a great .Many listed with us at onap prices to sell or exchange. ���������������.-"���������  POSSIBLY. YOU 'bESIRE TO INVEST IN SOME CHOICE W1NNIPEQ PRO-  PERTY, the coming Chlcngo,.of Canada.    Millions of profits wlll be made, by  present' Investors, ��������� ' ^ ..   - ._..������  WE HAVE PROPOSITIONS REQUIRING LE)>S THAN $100 CASH, OTHERS  UP  TO $10,000. , ���������    * ������  WE WANT TO TALK THESE* MATTERS OVER WITH YOU.      ,     ,.  ,    .    ���������    a.-.     SCOTT, HILL & CO., 22 Canada Life'Building ' '���������'  Winnipeg, Man.  CHAPTER  I.  Hue nnd Cry  Tlio man ran ua only ��������� those   run  whom un awful fnto pursues.      Ills  faco was pale and  drawn;  ho went  with great leaps and bounds;    obstn-  . cles In hia way ho seemed to crush  through us though ho woro not aware  of them. ���������   Onco when ho^ell he jump*  -' ed up and wshod on without oven the  Iors of a -second', though his hand's  were l.om and his moiuli was blooding where he had cut It against ii  stone on the   ground.   Behind    lilm  ��������� the whole trail of his -pursuers'1 was  visible, following with shout tyul cheer  nnd some even with laughter as  though il  wero all  a jest, this des-  ��������� perate, swift illKht and hot pursuit.  First of all those who followed there,  was, as if lo lend tho scene a touch of  vulgar comedy, a vory fat .policeman,  puffing and blowing and yet wonderfully keeping his position, and just ho-  hind  lilm  and  overtaking him   fast  ..ran a lean, dark man, whose*forehead  was marked with an open wound. ,  There wore wide woods on tlio'  right hand of Uio fugitive ln which he  might 'easily have found a secure hiding-place. There wns a river on his  loft which he might have* swum, and  found- a' refuge in a tangle of lanes  and hedges and high garden-walls.  But in .his blind fear, his one idea the  need for flight, his one knowledge his  consciousness of tho fact lhat his pur-  suerers pressed him hardly, he ran  straight on, straight'down the white  straight, road. * B������n the -hare* wlUi  the dogs  behind  her will  turn  and  'twist,' but this unhappy hunted creature seemed to. have uo thought bur  that of simple speed.- ' ,  "';  ��������� Even .when he c'ani'e to 'he hill,' from'.  - the top of which, with sombre oyes.  Edward Thorold watched his flight lie-  , neither paused ��������� nor hesitated, nor  thought of,a way round, but hurled  ��������� himself against" It ��������� as against an  .enemy his sole hope lay in instanvly  - conquering. Ills speed hardly'  slackened as he rushed'up,, lt, and as  liis   figure   emerged  on  the  summit  ���������a^fiinsl-the-skj*���������llne~a-shout-lns���������froiii-  belqw told'that he was seen.  It se'emed  that  the  sound -of that  shout was like a spur, to him, for the  ���������- next* two bounds he made were swlfl-  or and  longer than ever;   and then  .   Thorold stepped from the wayside and  stood beforo hlrci, and with a sob of  "despair the -fugitive ..'fell flat at lils  feet. <i  It had been Thorold's full .Intention  fo hold him and give him'over, to his  '-���������pursuers..'   For lils dress was niui-uua  and the.mark of,   tho   broad   arrow  * stamped ' all ' over    It    showed    at  .   onco who and what ho was and why  ' ho fled.     But In this sudden pitiful  collapse, there was   something   that  touched Thorold, though he held hlmsolf a Ifartjf man, with a sense of cbm-  ,   passion; and also there came swif.tly  Into-his mlnd-*,n'memory,of the errand  on which he hlmsolf was bo.nt,   This  poor roguo crouching at his feet was  nothing, but tlio only person in all the  ' wide world for whom ho glared might  In a day or.two bo forced to share  this poor shrlnkor'B peril and despair.  Get lip, he said roughly to tho iu*j-  11 Ulve, get up; I'll nol stop you. - ���������  But all Uio. motion that tho man  mado was to   spread   out   his   arms  ���������"  foohly nnd lay thom about Thorold's  feet.   . Thorold wns fond of thinking  himself a cold  and'stern man, but  ho found this gesturo Infinitely pitiful.  ,  From ovor tho hill sou nil od the tumult  *  of tho pursuit, and Thorold frowned  ln ang'er and contempti It seemed bo  poor n thing thnt such a.rout should  pureuo this ono poor miserable frightened  creature   Bonding, ho caught  Bogan with Itching Sensation, Kopt  Awako at Night.   Causod, Groat  . Pain. Thought Operation Only  Cure, Cuticura Soap and Ointment Entirely Curod In G Woeks.  ,���������.���������_������,-���������..���������.-  fit fUranfin fit., Toronto. Ontario.���������"I -j'ur-  fercd for two months with tlio piles.  Tlmy  lirst he-run with n midden llclilnu i-onsailon  ^^S*      which y������6d to )-<;ep mo  n .- Y]      -ftwni'O lit niitht.  I tried dff"-  (*  " ;"L     fftMiit, liln-js ofolnlr.U'iitto  *���������������   4v/      nt-op tho llchlnR which did  1   _l/       not prove valuable In lho  _.S\\'s\\    jrnfit, and to niy mirnrHo  **���������-. W^n ���������������"��������� * n^cr "' *"*'''' ,vc''"-ii t'10*' ���������J0*'  \ ViVl I -''" *'���������' '*',VJ'' ���������** *������������������'"������������������ '"���������'*  \  I y I   I    Ino-.v what to do uh tlicy  rawed mo f-rMt pnln. I foej-.in to think  tliat an operation wni tho only euro for  tliem. I heard of Ciilleum Sonp and Ointment and d'-cldod to try 'how. J tcct foi-  ti noniplo mid 'ifi-T iiJiiitf in-iu u low vuutJi  I found out to my Great relief they navo  mo lent pain and Inter on tho folccdliiK litman  to cci'C, T got -some irifiro nml ro-illnued  y.Ilh tho Outlaitti Olutmr-iit and Soap. I  irtlfin to Ret hotter hlicp ut iiMit ond tiftct-  t\t wrcb-t' rartful treatment I find that I  cm eiulr-ly cjk-I " (������ljne-l) A. limn*-'.*,  Mar. 23,1012,  If you --.Mi a fltln i h-.-.f of jilnipleq, Uncle-  krad** nnd ������>Uit Miii'ijinR cm-iiMni-n, lituvb  toft -um! white, linlr 11 yd nnd nlnt-iy, und  n-alp fn-.* frcn ili.ivlr.ifr nnd Itehlnp:, \>e?ln  to-day tlm n,-tutor ira of Cutlriini .'-oft-i for  tho UAIyt, Kith Mid '���������linin|������>������, iiv,i->ti-il \>y  i,n i>--,������'i r *i1 !!,*,,*.l ,-\T������p5'-������:l-������n t.t i'\:'.lt"\r\  filniiu-iit. Suld !lir'jt)>fl)oiii the world, I,ll>-  rrsl ������aiTij,lo of rnh mnll'*i| frn-, t*,|-h :������.p.  Jiltlii IlnfiW. AiMr (.1 l������i*t r.nnl I'd!ter Drug  & Chnn. Corp., JJfiH, -11U, Jlo���������ti)ii, L'. H, A.  hold of him ai*d''drt\R;:od h!m roushly INEW TUNNEL,  to his feet and'looked al lilm. -There  was an odd contrast between tho two'  for Thorold was nn u-ui'sr.-Ali.v tall and  Btronsly-htillt man, very njirlchl, and  ���������with, a* trick of holding hln head high  that. ������������ve most, people tho idea that  he was intensely proud; while the (iik-  Hive was shoVt and -"dimly built, with  'slender limbs and small hands and  feet. Uut what Thorold noticed moro  was that lie was young-not. much  more than twenty-���������with fair hair and  soft blue eyes liko a girl's.," Edwn.'d  Tliorold was secretly,proud of being  held a hard man, but something seemed to stir In his heart as ho remembered another lad of .twenty with fair  hair and soft eyes like a girl's. If  he wero in, trouble and danger and  disgrace���������if' ho wero Hho this poor,  panting fugitive���������who could help him?  Who?   ,  , Now you, said ho roughly, do you  want me to hide you?     .   ," ' ���������  Uncomproheiidingly*. the'other bliu's-  ed .vacantly^-.and- Thorold swore at  him hi a rage.  If you caii'.t help yourself���������'he growled.'       !   '    .*        ;.  For dear God's sake-help me, burst  out the fugitive wltlria great sob, oh;  only help me ahd l'll-V, - 1  Don't whine, said Thorold roughly,  don't whine, and don't make promises;  there's nothing I hate more than  promises except whining. Come.  '* He took him, by; the arm'and led him  .a.few steps down the'-hill, to where a  motor-car stood by the roatLslde. '���������  ' Seo {hat; he said; yqw,J.'just listen.  Something has gone wrong, and "[.stopped a* minute ago t'o find out what.  Here. lie took out a leather motor--,  ing jacket'and a'.gap. ;.- Put these on.  ho said^andfCrawi-under the machine  flat, on your'bade, not on your face,  you fool. That's "right, Keep your  legs well out of sight-, foi> f have no  trous'ers,to offer you. See that bolt,  well unscrew the nut and' take-it!pu,t  and then put it bade' again. "Make  as much noise as .you can'and now  andJliwiJiamm(>LJiJ*di=:Uiiij^ft^ighL|.  Ah, there they come; but keep' ccioL ~  The fugitive obeyed these Instructions with both speed and intelligence.  Thorold -took off his own coat and began to work very industriously at the  upper part of his machine, while from  below came the busy tapping of the  hammer of this fugitive whom ho was  snatching from'the law's long arm.  Theso arrangements were*, barely  completed when the first wave of the  pursuers'burst over the crest of the  hill. Foremost was the lean, .dark  man wllh the wounded forehead,' for  the' fat policeman who had stuck ao  long aiid ro gallantly to the chas-i,  had* been beaten by, tho hill." lib  was now seated at the foot of If, groan*-  ing loudly, and fully' persuaded ho  must have lost'at least a ston'e durln*-;  lho last half hour. But though, ho  nnd-others had fallen out, still'more  had joined in. Seeing (he motor*-6nr;  with the.two men working at 11, tho.  lean, dark leader shouteil oKcltodlj-Mo-  know which way tho fugitive had  taken. r'  Eh? What? Who?--asked" Thorold  carelessly, und then wont down, on  his knees and popped his head'under  tho machine as If to speak to his  companion.  ,  Confound it slrJ shouted tho tall,  dark man furiously:,' -1 am.a.p6llcj  oillcor-T-Inspector Lock,, I demand  your assistance. ''    ' ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������: '������������������  I'm not good at. running, BaldrT-ho-*-'  ���������old briefly', ��������� Whnt tho' mlBchlo'Mnro  you dplngwlth .tlmt bolt, Jonbs-V'li'o  added to hia companion..--   '     Why didn't you stop him? demanded-  Inspector Look. ;    X  Why don't you catch hlni? rolortcl  Thorold,  I believe, crlod- tho Inspector, that  your sympathies aro with him.   ���������  I confess, returned Tliorold, that I  seo 'littlo difference hetweon a rbguo  In uniform und a roguo out of uniform. *  Tho Inspector went pnlo with linger  ���������ho liad been roijL boforo���������itnd mado  tv Btep, forjvurd, but Tliorold, not paying tho leant iittoiillo'n to lilm', handed down to hia almost Invlulblo com--  patilon another wrench with a brlof ordor to tlKhlcn lip somo mils,  I shall romombor yonr conduct, sir,  said tho Inspector, and ho ostentatiously moved to look ut tho nuiiibor  of tlio car,  Well, It I vroro a thlof catcher,  which, thank heaven, I am nol, ra-  turned Thorold, I Bhould try, to catch  my thieves lnstond of enjoying frlontl-  ly chats by tho v/ay-HUle, but no douot  you know yonr own ljuslncaa boftt.  IiiBbcclor I<oclc' bet-towed on lilm a  look of tho turnout fury, but- without  Raying nnytlilnrf'inoro tm-nod awny to  vnunnin ibr* nuvMult. Wlillr. tmiislnc;  lo Hpoak with Tlioi'iOhl ho had boon  t'lKliutiliiK lo Wicil li.;\*. h,t.ti.U at p.i.'-  miers who camo up, directing, each  ���������troup to tako a i-llBhtly different ill-  i-rctlon, po 'rat lliey wei-f- nprend nut  fan wiso all over tlie nlopo of tho hlii  hrtwern Ih. rher and tho wood***.  Tho siimmlt of tho hill Itself was by  now comp������iiativoly deHcrlod savo ior  an occasional r-lfn^tslf-jr; nnd as wh.it-  over tritliiiA' tiling'hlid boon wr:M|'.  with the om IvaA lontj'beon put r'..iht,'  Tlicrohl took UN Bftit nRfiln nnd P'O-  pares! to sir it. : Without waUIng ter  l:ui liii'iuiuoii fin-" fii|"ill\o clliub;d In  nftr-r him. md with d Kcstiiro, half  i.ni;i:ii,ii-.iuiu.-, l������;df iiai'.-lc.;.*., Thorold  toaoA liim n mi*; to hMo tbo cousulc-  iiiiiiu livery nf lils Iors, tho loathor  coat and i-ajt ronipli'li'ly hiding th'  rt-.-t of hia prlrou iit'ire.  I Tlif* machliKt was nli'cady In motion,  j (iml Thiirold lit.toned with a satl-ided  v 'rn '-.lm iv*-u',.ti UiUil.l.'Uf;. of Ui_c  "ini���������ji'cf, tjiri lif:ilihy boat   of   a  MAY WEAKEN ST.  PAUL ,'  Famous, London Cathedral Said to bo  Confroned by Grave Danger  ' London,-- A nov; duiiger now  Uireateus St. Paul's Cathedral, lu the  opinion of thoso responsible for the  fabric, the proposed tramway tuniiul  thai forms nn Important* part of the  St. Paul's brh'tgo scheme being ro-  gurdetl with apiirohciislon.  The parliamentary bill seeking pow-'  or for this new venture has. just beeu  deposited by the London county council, and so wo feel that \vo must muke  our protest al opec.-said'Canon*!"}.' A.  Alexander, treasurer of'tho Cathedra!  recently.  The danger arises out of tho fear  entertained by'our- expert1' advisers  that tho proposed subway throug-i  which trams will run from a terminus  at Cheapsldo under iho east sido of  ihe churchyard and Cannon street to  a point near the new bridge, will drain  our foundations. . Tho Cathedral is  built on water-bearing soil above the  clay, and th.e constant danger is that  ihis soil may becomo.dry and decrease  in bulk, thus leading to settlements  "of the foundations, antl cracking of tho  walls. Indeed, Mervyn. Macartney,  architect to the r dean and chapter,  takes so serious a view of auy.sucn  drainage that ho' is unable to say  whero the damage might.end. When  wo remember that Holy .Trinity in  Klngsway which'stand's'*beside'a similar subway had lo be .rebuilt, we  ' cannot but do all in' our power toj  save St.. Paul's from the"*posslbility  of ruin.       ���������*,       ���������'',*,.,,.  *A protest has been addressed to  thel������hairman: of tho L.C.tT. by' the  dean and" chapter, and as custodians  ot a great national monument wo trust  that due -weight will be given to our  point of'view. , About flvo years agr>  the council diverted a big sewer  scheme which it was-..thought threatened .the Cathedral' just'as the proposed subway w.ould do, and so we are  ,hopeful in this matter, -The cost of  Jlghtlng^li^LtJi._^^sJ*nMvpuld'be.  MME. MAURICE MAETERLINCK  Uefglum. ���������Whllo It Is noy ael-  'tlcd beyond a doubt that. Maurice  Maeterlinck, the famous Belgian au-  'thor nnd philosopher, did not recently  como to this country^ the arrival of  his talented wlfo, Mme.- Georgette  Lcblanc ���������"Maeterlinck, Is n vory well  established fact. Tho .wlfo of the  groat playw.'ight, poot, essayist and  sage,-"herself, a famous singer,-is ono  of tho .most interostlng personalities,.  that havo vlMtetl our shores. ' Sit a"!  Is a high priestess of thc;--cult that  preaches the perfect wifehood, and  sho has evolved a philosophy of her  own for reaching that happy destiny  in matrimony.  Practically oyery man-.wlio is a slave to drink trio, again-Und again  to break'tho ch^.ns,tl*.at'.,bind .hlni,to, this degrading habit. Tho.-m-  tonsa craving vhlch only repeated drinks will temporarily, rejiev* is  proof'that tho sys'tem;Is,^poisoned wllh alcohol.       *   t   .',  -V-l  tt\  ft  THREE   DAY   TREATMENT  lea purely vegetable compound taken Intcrm.lly,whicli leaves no bail  aftor offects.'   * ,   . ,  NO HYPODERMIC INJECTIONS  The Ncal Treatment takes away all desire for drink and "'removes  ,   ,,.,..,���������-..-* * *   .  all alcohollo poison from tho system. '     ,     .  It roqulren only three days, uot weeks, for tho   Ncal   Treatment.  Write for full particulars., , * <~'   ���������  NEAL INSTITUTE CO., LIMITED,  2244 SMJTH ST-  REGINA, SASK.  405 BROADWAY  ,   WINNIPEG'    .  820 13th AVE. W.,  CALGARY,  ALTA.  '  Now They Don't Speak*  Maud���������So Jack compared 'me with  something sweet, did he? The. dearl  fellow!   What was it?  Marie���������1 don't think "'I should ttell  you\.- -,*,...��������� - ������ ��������� -'.  Maud���������Oh, do.     I insist! '. h.  ���������' Marie���������Wei], ho referred to you as  tho, human, mavshmallow.   You  certainly had laid the powder on'thick,  dear. ���������-..-.'  Mlnard'a  Liniment Cures Distemper.  so heavy,for us and ft*, is so difficult"  to And funds even for, the present ne-���������  cessary repairs .that* we .feel sure^ the  .public will be with us in urging-ths>  authorities to drop that part of the  scheme, which iu the oplnioh-o'f' all  exports, would seriously ' threaten  Wren's great masterpiece.  . Here is'a'fitory about the'manwho  unexpectedly had three'seats sent to  him for .Tho Pink Lady.--. His wife,  of course, was delighted, but stie said:  ��������� .What-slmir-we do-with the'third-  seat? * ., ' . - * ;'  ���������I don't-' know, 'my dear, he said.  Would you "ikeAto, ask,your'slater?,,  Sho paussd for a moment and then  a brilliant'idea "struck her.    ,'.' _  No, George dear, she said. '��������� I tell  you what wc'will do. ��������� You shall glvo  itjEo .the'man whom you always go out  'to se'e belween tho a-cts and thcn\you  won't have'.to disturb yourself*. - *���������  ������ M  t '���������  i'-V  i*t,  ���������!  PERRIN  The best for  all occasians y.  Always suitablfe.-,������    ^ Always stylish  f     . '  * i '''*h\-J : ' t'.  ���������    ���������>���������' ������������������ ���������:-'-���������   'SV,'..**'  Sit  '*>  '���������  Millionaire* Found Hanging In Train  ��������� At . riorlln, a mllHonaJro cattle "f.a'lscr named Berger has been  found idead in' mysterious'" circumstances ln a train near Chemnitz. .Sax-  6ay'-        < ,f      ������','    ''  *��������� Whon the train arrived' at a station  near CheinnltB the millionaire, was  discovered hanging from the celling of  a second-class compart men t. At fir.it  it-was suspected that ho had committed suicide, but ���������uh'investigation revealed the fact that.several hundrods  of dollars ih cash, which ho had takoAi  with hlni ,to purchas: brooding stock,  had 'been taken from his'pockets.  Tho pollco are searching for "a farmhand who recently entered the nutrdor-  ed man's service after bsinj? released  from-a convict prison,. 'It Is bollevod  that tho ox-'convlct Induced Be^gor ,to  niakoa joiirney and either accompanied -him or -got Iu tlio same train-by  surprise.      , ���������-,-,*  .-( .$2,400,000 for Popr. Family* '��������� ''  "'in P,irls. thoro is a.-worklng-claas  fiVm'il'y I'lvlng in- Iho'vlilnga'of Flelg-  Hoiix-,, In-, tho Ardcmios, nvo oniltlod,  .say's a Ito'lms incssiiRo to the .Tournn],  to: a fortuno of $2',-100,000 awaltlnR  ,tliem. In.London,* Tlio formall-tlc3 of  tho transfer of tho money have already  begun. * .'���������','���������  ' '   "'  <   -*fWiWII������Wll������lii| IHTMi-ll' V>tf  :Of the Earth- Earthly  A nunib'br . of. ���������mlfjguIdjG**!   porsona  at Hanover, Germany, calling .thorn-  boIvob Tovrophages, liavo ��������� formed   a.  club pledged to eat nothing, but earth  after tho'manner of'certain' degradol  t-avago, trlbea, .  L-amp-ilots axtolllng  tho advantngoa of "Torruptinglnn-rarQ'  being l'ssuod In Fronch,.Gorman and'  English..,    ,    .-.,,-     ,  Pet Dog Nearly Fro'seh  At Horlln, Star, tho pot - dog  of Trlnco Frederick William of l'mu-  Bin, ntter'rtl.-iiippertrlng for twolvo days  was found half frozon in tho roft'lgor-  at or ohanihor of Potsdam Cnntlo. Aft-'  or being thawed ho waa restored to liis  owner,   ��������� -���������     l r.  -  J  $100"Reward, $100. A  ,��������� Thn Mailtri! of t!)!.i paper will' bn pleased to learn  thnt thero lq at least one dreaded dlscaae UiM, *cletiee  lint been able lo cure In nil us Etaftea, and ihat la  Catarrh. Jlall's Catarrh C'tlre It tlio only positive  cure now knonnto ths medial (raternlty.* Cntarrl*'  'bfliiB ������ 'conatltutlonal rtlsciire, requires a conEtltu-  tlonal trciitmcnt. Hail's Catarrh euro Is* token Ip-  tcrnally, act'a* directly upon tlio'blood and mucoin-  lurlaccs of , tlm system, tlirreby destroylnjj tho  Ytaadatlaii* ol .'lho-(ltoeaue,- a,id clvlni; the patient  itrength by bulldlnsup tlie ronatltutlon anil .auslkt-  lug nature In'dulnj'llil work,, Thfltiroprlttort'liave  so much'frilth In Its curative powort that lhe*/ *)fler  phti. Hundred,Dollars {or.atiy.cass that'll, talk to  ������iife. "Smrt fur lint'of testimonial.*!"   ' - -        '   -  ! Addrfii Y, .1, CHK.NK V 4. CO , Toledo, Ol*  .JHoaVby iilinriiBifhui, 75o. -    ���������'    '���������  Take Hall's Family rills for K-rutliiatlou.  ',,..   ,.;. ^ _������������������-.<������.   ...: -  ,-,WIlUam S. Gumniera, chief-jiis.tlco  of 'the' Ne-*V Jersey Superior court, hag  a Keen sensje'-of liumor, -which sparkles  at time, Ho had just talcen a seat in  a- Pennsylvania railroad' train on his  way home from Trenton th'o other day,  when a rather gaudily dressed -womnn  walked' up to him and' demanded to  know*: Is this lho smoker? -No, ���������responded tho Justice, quietly, you'll fluid  the'smoker two cars ahead. ���������  THE FARMER AND HIS  fi  The only uur-i  una natlsractorr  way  In  whloh tha TTeiKni Varmm  ban secure the highest possible market VMue for hl������ wheat, oats, barley ana  flax !s by ehlpplng tt by the carload to Fort William or Port Arthur, or t-a  Duluth If cars cannot be eot lor, the othir terminals (loadlna It If .posslb.t  v'dtrcct Into tho car over tho loa'dlhg'p'atform bo as to save elevator charge*  and dockage) and employing a strictly commission firm, to handle.,and all  ���������pose of It. j    -    --1-,,'.-. '".,-. ���������.���������'"���������������������������      '���������   * -        ���������'..'.*���������.    .'  ,,_Wo"-, continue to act as the. Farmers' A gents, solely on a commission basU  We are not'trackbuyeri and.wo never-buy the FB'rmers' rraln on .our otm  account, but look after and dlsposeof "the frraln entrusted to u  basis.,  >trn  the  as  agents ot, those who employ us, and It Is our deslro tlnd endeavor to -jrtTS  -evervone tho very best nervlco possible.   We make liberal ������avances'aBalnst,  '' car shipping bills, nnd will also carry the praln for a time under advances at  a moderate commercial rate of Interest, if considered advlsauie,���������We InvlU  all Farmers to write to us (or ahlpplnc instructions and niarUct InformatiO*.  leto  ...       *.. s-���������    ,. ��������� ,'...���������'.-  son  ��������� "WIbo motho'i-B Hvh'o know tho vlrluo3  of Mother Gravos' Worm .Extermlna*-'  toralwayfl liavo lt at liaiid,-hecauso.  it proves ItB vnluo i-  ..-^ .     ���������  , Onoo, In traveiUnjr, Dr. Bledso was  ojiceotTln'gly tinhoyotl ��������� by a pednntic  ,1)01*0.-who forced .himself,upon him and  mado a groat parade ot his lcarnliij*;.'  Tho doctor horo It aHloiipi lis-ho could,  and at length, looking at, lilm gravoly  snid:   '     ������������������'''���������' :  , .  ' My friend;,you-ami* I k.n.ow all that  thero Is to lo krown.     '        *  -  ' How- la that? said tho mnn pleased  \ylth whal ho thought a .complementary n'ssofilaUon.''     '' '     ' .      >;���������  .Well, said the doctor, you . know  overythl-.i(? oxcopl that you are a fool,  and'I know that.       ' '.  any  *  ?  JOO^rirV'.^ftX^' EXCHANGE  " WINNIPEG, CANAOA  ������������������GRA|.N ;COMMI68ION. MERCHANTS, , ,      ���������. ��������� '���������'-,.���������  & /��������� * '������������������-. **���������   -���������        ������������������������������������'��������� ������������������������������������''*���������        ��������� '      ���������- -   ��������� '    ���������T  PLAN NOW FOR kGQQDKlTCHEN GARDEN  There ore nove-Jelablea just like your  own trowing.    Provide for.a good (able,  eat vegelaules.'ond throW away medicine.  . We not only supply you with itbo finest Tested  Seeds tor this Country, but we also show you  "HOW TO GROW THE BEST VEGETABLES".  ; ������������������ ���������       ,,   .       .     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I'i  '%\*mw  ^  S?SttELE,^IGC-l*'SEE������.CO:.**-.^;W"*.-'  !t'"'*''!"^;''-'W^  Nine-Hundred Year-Old Church  Tho Saxon Church ot GroQi*tetod, in  Ongar.-KBaox.'ro'ftclioil I1u*000th year  ycatorday , It In probably "tho moat  i'-ivlo*:** c^.'M'i-h In l'1'-i'vl'',nd* holn***  hiiiit ot voiiKh-howu oak treou split  lengthways. . , ������* .  11-  !������.Ill!llf-  .limn; iniui'ji lil'Uiil--hut nn lv.  . I "I"  W, N. U. 933  the  lull.  !ilj*,frj;npanlon  sadden cliii-i'h at hH una.  (To Le Continued)  fiUrl  mado  ���������vi  Chapped riandi  Vivi'tlSti.fiti-  Yon  If initead of  Boap you tiie'  SNAP, the  Original liqutl  ��������� cleaner.  SNAP con-  ��������� t.-iitiMiolyetor } ���������   ,  ' acids, but fllycwine and jscutrMl  oil** which kcer> the nkin Etuootli'  find in siijcntllu condition.  Try SNAP for n wck antl iiotii-e  the ifilfcrcncf. 47  SNAP  Oi-tr .'(.ay������'-ti������������". lla'-'T-   ri.ti:-';***  PILE-S CURED JN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your dt'iifffvlflt' will refund monoy it  PAZO OINTMENT falls to curb air/  caso of UoUIhb, Blind,., ���������nieeilln'**-'oi*  Pi-olru'dlng-Piles In 0 to 14 days. 60o.  ^ii i������-w !���������������������������!��������� i ��������� i a i n ii  Pat's Answer  'When .Tamo'o T. Brady flrnt opened  a lawyor'n'ofllco rh Now Yorlc lio toolc  a baBoniont room which had ^ocn pr;-  vloiiuly occuplod by 'n'cobbler, . Uo  wnfl uomowliat nmioyptl by. tho previous occupdnl'B dnllci'8 and irrltDlod  by tbo fact thnt lio bad fow ot hia  own.. Ono day nn Irishman called-.'  Tho cohbloi'* koi!.<\ I boo, ho ������a!d.  ii flhauld tliluU.ho line, tartly ro-  B])ondcd Brady.   ,.  -And what'do yoir noil?'ashed tha  v}*-Uor, looking- i*,t tbc\ Bolltitry tftblo  nnd a'fow law bookn,' *   ,.  ���������Bldclihehdivresponded Brady,  DcseryP, ??.l*.V1h-*> Trl*-h-nnn, yn-mrnt  ho d'olnk ri mlRlity nno business���������yo  hal't got but one* loft, ���������  ,  . t������iTHiii-i->iiir'Hiwii<iw->->ie  "When' IIolloway'B Corn Curo it' applied to a corn or wart It' lillia ibo-  roots iuul tho callosity comes out with-  oi't !?*!iiir to thn flpsh.  ii���������  . Repeating \-RiBe  ,   ,    *    * Shoot* .22 Short, .22 Lony  ���������nd .22 Long RHIe Oartr^dgoa  ^'Thls Jb ttwell-rrintle, handy little rifle, known  "*a the Model 1906, costing little money to  buy ant} little moneys tp shoot. It handles all  three of,the cartrldfifcs mentioned above,-  which match it vc'ry^useful, either for.tarBCt  'orirame shpottaff.'It is made uji totlie Win-  , cheater,fito,'nd.���������JrdJ,to shoot, atronff and accii-  l*al<?ly aiid Kivc t������uUtnactiuu in wcty way,.  Look l'ik'6 il,  Catalogue scni free oii vcqucul,  W(HCHESTER REPEAJINfi ARMS CO., ���������, NEW HAVEN, COHH,  Mljg Helen QouliVs fortune lu qal!  to excood' $20,000,000,'  ' ' ,'  , ',mmi nm   i*i|i       ��������� '*'     ' ',  ^  " Municipal, Saleswoman  ' it Ms etaloii "tliio 'St. Paticrari bor-  ouph counoll. wiUAillscusa a' proposal  to appoint a nuiniclpiil .t-alcfiwornan  able to oxplB.lri-'to Inquirers the .ad*  vantage** antl mtflti utoluctrlcal cooU-  Inennti heating abparatUB.  ^.���������,  i*. i.ii.i.i ..*������ ��������� / ,       *  Mlnard'i-Liniment Cures Coidi, Eto.  A Swan's Broken Heart  Tho   Inst    two    beautiful    swans r  havo (llB-.pp"?f"re(l Irom tho -ucluijonul i  basin In* the Jar-Jin der*. Tullferl������������. Pa*-  13      Tlioy wero an exemplary couplo,  ���������ay-! ilio.'PlKaro:'Ihomulo   died   of  ������������������rheumatism.and-W* widow of atlef.  7.--I-  IIU,  B^olf  A Nowba'rlcor rotates HiIh: I' havo  a frltind-'ln BtiKalo-^'ho is'somctlilng  of a.Kiiy fctPpvt. , ,J{o told mo if I  over came'hia 'way 'to look blm up,  I had ��������� occu*8lotv" to ko *to Buff-ilp, and  gavo my.. frlond'B oddrosa to a tavtl  cahbj-"." 'Whin T pot to tho houso I  told tha.cabby..lo wall, aa I'-wait not  fiii!-** If Bill v.-aa homo and It \iat lato  nt right. 1 rang lho bell and a woman answered. .*    *.'*.,        ������������������    ��������� i,  Is this where ,Mr, lives? I Inquired,               -���������' ';���������'    ' - .  Yos, ���������said tho woman; bring blrn.  right la. ^ ^ .  London.,-: Tlio WlUcadcn .Edusi-  tion Anllioflly litis, decided . to- st'niri  noohery claasoii Wr'boya at" tho local  polytechnic. ......  y**i ^ootrAtla  An old fa-mor wus la London visiting' his son, who had got on ln the  -jvorld, and .who kept-a'largo houso,  Borvants/olo., . . . r  ' When tho two' rat down to dlnn-jf  tlio first night tt' rnanfiorvant waltod  upon them,.end waa moat asrlduoas  In his attentions to tho old' farmer.)  After Wfltchlng hh nntlrn for a lilt  l)ie B"������fat..o?;cli)lraod:. .  Wha't'tho nilflchicf nre, yo datictn'  nbout llho th'nt for?   Can' ye not. draw.!  in >cr,chalr aud sit down? I'm bum-  llieM'scnoiigl; for the'threp of uh'.1  ���������..Phllocophcr���������Bear"and forbtar,  my motto.  -IJiyspepili;���������f'hcW and   ������sclicw  inline, t *  ' ��������� -*'* ^-���������*���������*���������-���������-->���������--^* - *���������*".  ���������������.* ...' (' ���������  ������������������~v  Liquid   Sjilphur   Nature's  .Remedy, Cures '.-.*���������;  Rheumatism-"' Eczma, Stomach and ,  Kidney Troubles, Asthma, Sofo:  Throat, Catarrh and -. Dyspepsia.  Uso Liquid Sulphur Foot Bath for  tired or soro foot, Try tho' Liquid Sulphur Bath, they aro very  bonoflclal to tho wholo system, and  only.jposts a fow cents each." " '  Liquid-Sulphur Is 100 times better j.hiiiv sulphur in any other form.,  A    EACH BOtTLE.A CORE  . Thousands of Vancouver citizens  caii-tell .you'how Liquid Sulphur  hns curod thom, ,  ' If your druggist! cannot supply  you.jwo willfBond by mall-at our  own risk, upon receipt of prlM  50c, or $1.00 slzo. Postage prepaid.   Prepared only by   :  CHACE A JACKSON,      ,  Vancouver, B.C.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS  If you foolj'out of Boris"���������."run down"  or "cot tho blues," eurtcr from, ltldnoy,  bladder, nervous ulsenaos. ohronio' woalc  iicsHca, ulcers, oWn eruptions, piles, &o���������  wrlto for my FUKH booh. It Is -tho  mom ItiHtrucilvo mcdlcnl.book over written. ,It. tells nil nbout these diseases  nnd tlip romarlcablo cures effected by  tho new French Remedy f'THERAPlON*?  No. 1, No.. 2, No. 3. nnd you can decide  for yourself If it is tho-romedy for your,  ailment. Don't ������end. n cent. It's absolutely M'EE. No "follow-up" .clrcu.  Inis. ���������Ur. LtiOlero Med. Co.' Havor.  utoclc Rd., -Hnmpstoad, London, Eng.    ,  "GORED  BY  A  BULL"  Many a farmer lias been  seriously injured by vicious  = c ct-w-m.    cattle-   Don't.'-run    risks.  6������ IraK-V, Dehorn yours with tho .  "  '^,       KEYSTONE   DEHORNER  Quick  ���������easy   ���������humano  ���������  makes clean, sharp cut from  .. .     , -t.-.sides.  Costs littlo. Write  for freo booklet. ���������������  .-'���������������������������      R.  H.* McKENNA,  fl9  Robert  St.   Toronto,  Ont.   Mention  this  paper. ,    : -   - v  : S.*^;4!yOMV*-^aVi/':  ���������J&ililPHarrK  , ���������- - *... ..-*������, .,.������,-  Sixty Thousand trappers now. send us   ���������  . their Raw Furr*.   Why.not ypu?'..W������  pay highest prices and express charges; -���������  .- choree no commluion and ncnii money Biuno  dny gooda nro received.' Millions of dollars  aro ucid trappers each year.  Deal with a  reliable hound.  Wo aro tlia largest In oar -  line in Canada*. ,,'* ���������  FDFP Our "Up to tha mhcte" Par ono- .  I ItLL, tatloos and tho last Edition of  HALLAM'S TRAPPERS GUIDE.  a book of 06 pages, mailed FREE. '  Write to-day to John Ilftllam; Mall  Dept, gi ���������TORONTO.mFrontSt.B.  ~RESTAND^HEALTHTO MOTHER AND CHILD. "  Mas.WiNSLow'stSooTiiiNO Syrup lias been  tued for over. SIXTY -Y3JARS by MIM,IONB of  MOTUEKS for tlieir. CHILDREN WlHUtt  TEETHING, '.with - PERFECT *SUCCESS,     It  ��������� SOOTHES the CUU.V, SOFTENS the GUMS,  AU.AYS ail PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and  - is the best remedy for UIAURHOJA.-' It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  IVinslow's Soothing Syrup,'.!-and take 00 other  kind., Twenty-five cents a bottle.  -  4 -THE KEWSr-CUJiBE'RL-AND,' }*. C.  cf(4  QUEEN ALEXANDRIA OP DENMARK  f  Copenhagen.������������������The prcsont Qucenpl  Denmark is Just threo months young-  or than lior husband, having; boen  born on Dooi 24, 1870. .Kins"Christian X. waa born at Charlottenluud on  Sept. 2C, 1870. ���������    '���������  . It Is interesting to noto -that the flas  under which Christian X. will rolgu  Is tho oldest national ensign In Europe. It-i origin Is much mixed up  with legend, but Is Is certain that it  dates baclc to the thirteenth century.  , According'to the legendary origin  of -tho flag of I>onmarlc,.KIng Waldo-  mar was,loading hia forces-;to battlo  ln tlie yoar 1219 when a cross suddenly appeared to him ln tho sUy; Ho  adopted the cross a3 his emblem, wont  to victory, and thereupon tho cross becomo tho.dannebrog dr-strength of  Denmark, , ..    *  ���������Christian Charles,Albert Alexander  William,*! tho npvjr' ic*ng of Denmark,  has* lived a life that has beon notable'  for it3 domestic happiness rather" than  for,-any spectacular, incidents. To*'tho  public outside of his own country he  Is known" particularly for ' his nappy  marriage with Princess-5 Alexandrina  the eldost daughter of the Grand  Duchess' Anastasla of Mecklenburg-  Schwerln.       ���������   "������������������-, ,-     ..  It was a pure "love, match, differing  from .the union's .between royal families -.which are usually arranged' for  political'expediency. They werocwed-  'de'd-'at-'Cannes on April 26,.1898,'and  halve* two sons, Christian Waldeniar  George;,-born- March 11, 1899, now' lho  .'crown ' prince,' and Knut"... Christian  Frederick Michael, born July 27, 1900;  ������  Opens  up  New * District  1 The ^commencement of active wo'rk  upon the first section of tho Pacific  and Great Eastern Railroad from,Vancouver to,. Lilloet has turned ' the  thoughts of many people, to the new  country to be traversed by this lino  Which is destined to connect'the Grand  Q.T.P, Inn at Princo Rupert...  Although barely five years old.wTitn  destroyed by flro within the. post two  weeks, the Grand Trunk Paclflo Inn  at Prince Rupert bad an ���������eventful career and, many. names .'of great prominence throughout the world have been  inscribed upon tho pages.of its-*register.' ��������� ���������*������������������-?'. y. >��������� r *-.-..  ���������������������������- One ot tlie'earllest-banquets at the  Inn was given inr honor of Earl'Grey  one of the most dlplomatlo'an^, popular ��������� of^Canada'a ��������� viceroys. * At. tliat  event,-the late president Charloa M.  Haye,:*wa������ present. The, .banquet,  given as it was when oil tliero -was. to  Princo Rupert consisted of' a few  buildings clustered along tho water  front, was what might bo termed an  historic function.--.  ���������> Anothor occasion waa tho banquet  to Bir Wilfrid Laurlor. a year or ������o  ago. Llko the provlous ..ovent 4t  marked another- milestone in Princo  Rupert's history. The Llboral ���������sUitcs-  mau dolivored a speech that breathed  eloquently, of "Princo 'Rupert's grout  future  '    - "  . Last September, thoro was a lunch-  con whon His Royal Illgliness, tho  Duko of Connaught, Governor-General  of Canada, was tho.guost of honor.  Tho. luncheon was under tho auspices  or/'the Princo Rupert Canadian Club'.*  It was a noteworthy event.  .These aro but a few of tho Inn's distinguished guests for lt would bo 'possible to extend the list to much greater length.     ������������������        ��������� ���������    '���������  A bluff. *tiiay prove an effective substitute for the real goods.  ,>. To produce- pure milk a cow must  bo healthy, and must, receive clean-  flavored food. Ono trouble we havo  to contend with ,1s weedy pastures  Clean-flavored milk cannot be, produced from pastures containing strong-  flavored weeds, such as stink-weed.  Old folks vhb need something  ' of tho kind, find  NA-DRU-CO  ���������most effective without any discomfort.  Increased doses not needed. 25e. a box  ntyourdru-jghirV .  Miaul D-v-x u-ifti-ricil C������. if timli. U-ilU-l. .  -'    , Positive Proor  An Irishman and a Scot were arguing as to tho merits of their respective countries; Ah, weel, said Sandy,  thoy tore doon nu auld castle in Scotland and found mnny wires under It,  wliich shows,that tho telegraph waa  kont thero hundreds o' years ago.  Well, said Pat, they tore down an  ouid castle inOiroland, and begorra  tiiero was no wires found uwlhor It,  which shows that thoy"knew all about  wireless telegraphy: lu Olroland him-  t'reds av years' ago.  Who Did the Talking?  Do you talk ovor tho political Bit-  ration with your wife. Blithers? asked Noodle..-  No, said Blithers. Sho talks it over  with me.    I don't get a change.   - ,*  Breaking a Boy's Habit   ���������  How dll jou.break that boy of his  practice of breaking windows?  Easily. I .told him nobody did  such things except' little girls-, who  wero learning to be militant suffra-  L'fltes.       '      ��������� . .-       .  GALL STONES  Kidney Stones aha dravel nro tiuiak-  ly expelled from' the system by th*  USO   Ot i   . '  SANOL  which has been ������i slenial ��������� success  throughout Canadao as a comploto  euro of Kldnoy Troublo and ail Urlo  Acid DlBeasoB. W* wlll Bond lottero  telling of many cures to all who wlll  writo. uh. .    .  Prlco H.GO Tor Bottlo at all Lcadlm  Drufffflsts.  THE SANOL. M'FG.  CO,, LTD.  WINNIPEG,���������'MANITOBA  How would you liko to bc our Selling  Agents mid tiiiiko BIQ MONEY in  rm^mi^m yo*"* Sparc Hours?  IHp Wo liavo the Goods !  W^F send Post Card to-dny  for particulars, niu! '.'Get Into Business*"  M. O. Dcpt. I������. O.'Box 1356, Montreal, Can.  Set Off  Po'lunk Lftwyei���������Wns Uio poor mnlo  itlllod wlion the fast express hlk liim?  SI niko���������No, hut ho didn't cat,tor  a 111011I.I1.  Podunlc Lawyor���������Acnordlng to that  you owo tho rallroml about $10 for  tho foddor yo,������ saved,  TrunuTPacnic with, the city,���������,of y*in-  couver and lt Is of Interest to" know  that, this section of the ne.w line following as it does tbo course of th'p  Fraser'River will ojion up-to settlement a territory which is unequalled  upon the Continent bi*ith.for ita fertility and Its possibilities.. ��������� .Pioneers  wlio- have gon'e into' tho country between ' Newport and Lilloet declare  that thoro is nothing that.^ can be  grown In the temperate zone which  cannot be produced-without profit In  tho territory to, bo opened up by tho  Pacific Groat Eastern. Prom tidewater over tho summit from Newport,  /with tho exception of the Pemborton  Meadows, a doiise forest of cedar, fir,  plno and spruce stretchbs nil tho way  to tho west arid of Anderson L-'ke.  Then thero comes .a- section .wolch  only nce-lo irrigation to make it tho  most fruitful section of the province.  Tho water powers aro there, but thoy  nro undeveloped, -yet there thoy are  ���������iwaillus otAy tho coming of tho on-  s-inecrs who' will harness thom atiil  turn thom Into rovonuo producers as  moans of pumping water into reservoirs for irrigation work.  Tho cllinato Is Ideal, situated- at a?i  elevation under 1700 foot, tho rainfall averages from flvo to eight imlios-  per 300 days in tho yoar. Iu summer  tho thcrmomoter sometimes goos cs  high as 05 above but tho nights arc  'always cool. In winter tho snowfall  is from 35 to CO Inches with an occasional cold dip in January or Fobrunry  down to ton bolow zero, but this only  lusts a day or;so, and'then nilld wca-  thor returns. ���������      -     .  .''Between Newport and Lllloot thoro  lies a country which Is not only ful]  of agricultural possibilities, but Is also a sportsman's paradise, containing  trout lakes, great wilderness frill of  giuno, including tho grizzly bonr and  the wild goat, to say nothing of duck  and plover and parlrldRO, whilst  ���������ponies nml glnnlorn rivaling Hioro of  the Sr-lklrkfl will mako tho Interior a  verltnblo playground fov tho tourlat  of the world,  fjpuffa  Tho latest reformer Is tho Bpnf. A  flpuf is a membor ot tho Society for  tho Prevent ion, of IJ solans Frivolity,  And whnt Is useless frivolity?  It's tho frivolity tho othor follow  Indulges In of-courso;  am**%h*WW*Nn���������*M������V^  NEYf  L.LJSvy  ���������Oo. ������ box or six boxes tor 12.60,  at all dtaleiu or Tha Doddi Madl-  eln* Company, Limited, Toronto,  Canada.  Why Ho Couldn't Go In  A small but very black nogro wan  standing vory erect at ono oldb of tho  door of a houso whoro a colored mau  had just dlod,, Tho services woro  about to begin. Aren't you comjng  Insldo, ',- . '  I would If I could, said Iho small  boy, but, you seo, .leo do crapo'  '  -I���������r***��������� m n������ i-wciiii-j^-wii m    ������������������ '���������  Asthma No, Longer Dreaded. Tho  drend of ronowod attacks from' asthma  ha3 no hold upon thooo who havo  lonrnod to rely upon Dr, J, D, IColl-  ogg's Asthma Remedy.     So safo do  tllfiV   too]   flint1 rmnpif-tr.   rnllnnr-n   'a  placed on this true specific with tho  certainty tiuit It will aiwayB do ail  that its makers, claim, If you Imvo  not yot learned'how safo you nro with  this preparation at hand got It to-dny  and know for yournolf, *'  Care of Dairy Cows  The cows should bo Icopt In dry  onnrtcrs-liiul protocted from tho cold.  Tho barn Hhould ho clean, warm and  well ventilated. Cold water should  not ho glvon to the cows In wlntor.  Warm it to about G5 or 70 negroes.  W. N. U. 0)3  No More Children  Utile Marj'f- father had doninl li-iY  n pleasure wliich oho had confidently  expected 10 enjoy. That night, when  sho said hor prayers nt her mother'.*  knee, sho concluded with this petition:  And please don't g!v<v roy r>3pa uny  more -t-hlhlr-fn. Ho Aori't know how  to treat those he's got now.  The First Lightning Rod  ..Nearly,* everybody' believes that  Benjamin Franklin was the Inventor  and constructor of the first lightning  rod. In this particular they are mis-  taken, as tho first lightning cather  waa invented by a poor monk of Bo-  hernia,, who'put*up the first lightning,  rod on the palace of tho curator of  Predits, Moravia, June 15, 1761. Tho  apparatus was composed of a polo surmounted by an Iron rod supporting 12  curved branches and terminating In  as many metallic boxos filled with Iron  oro. , Tho entlro systom of wires was  unitod to tho earth by "a large chain.  Tho enemies of, tho lnvonTor, jealous  of his success, excited tho peasants  of.tho locality against him and und������?r  tlio pretext thnt.hls lightning rod wag  tho causo of the excessive dry woa-  thor had tho rod takon down and tho  Inventor lmprisonod. ���������Indianapolis  Nows.  ��������� Whoa colng away from home, or at  aiiy change of habitat, ho is a wlso  man who numbers among his belongings a bottlo of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysontery Cordial. Change of food  and wator in somo strange placo where  thero aro no doctors may bring on an  attack of dysentery. Ho then has a  standard remedy at hand with which  to cope with tho disorder, and forearmed he1 can'successfully fight tho  ailment and subdue it, ���������  Heard at the Beach  As the couplo entered tho dining  room at Revere   Beach   a   raucous-  voiced, young fellow was assaulting tho  aii-Jivlth alleged vocal music.  Wonder- who heXls** said the girl  when tho"howler. had stopped hls'rack-  et. *    ', * ��������� ��������� ' ,t ,  . Don't you know who that is? returned hor escort.* .He's the guy who  put tho 'din In dinner.  125E&Incubato^iQ7l  ������nd Brooder -KS1 |u~  .If ordered iocetlitr.  V> Kir U.R. lUflaa K  Unuf������.   !(otwmt������r,  ������riH.i tinVi, dcubi-1,  ������������!!..   doulili   JfJS  '.is&iv ������������������������������������"������������������������������������ 8.niitor;,it,jj.".-������a^  Mfvai Inn Of.tra Ouidi>IS w������������J������Si":t������������jH  WI6COM8IN INCUBATOR Cn.������Bljfil  ������������* 240    Hiiclne, Wl������.. U. a. A.    757  'hick BreoJ.r  MALE HEL:> WANTED  W OULD I'OU 1AK12 TO LBAH.V TUB  7 block broking business T I van? a IIv!  ambitious rcprescntatlvo In every cltv  and town to liaiulto stooks. bonds and  morAga-EQ-i: applicant must Furnish refer-  SV-SX1 h\X?.i,rom "OO to JSOO ,>erson.  & Co., 84 Victoria Street. Toronto-  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Engineers and Boilermakers  Boilers of    all    kinds��������� Engines  Pumps and Heavy pjnto Work '*  ���������Write us for Prices  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  How to Do It  Sonny���������Aw, pop,   I   don't   wanter  study arithmetic. ������ .   .  .   Pop���������What! A son of'mlno grown  up and not bo able to figure up tU   n  baseball scores and batting averages   '  Xevor. '    '*  Old vs- Young Animals  r To yield tho best moat, an_animal  snould be neither too old * nor too  young. Tho meat from an old' animal is usually tcugh; that from oni  too young lacks flavor aud substance,  owing to the large amount of watsr  present. ���������, An old animal, in-poor'  ilesh, can bo-made to produce a fairly  good carcass if fattened rapidly.  N NU  V  ^3  **$&  ���������������&  if  (i<m  [ecei  igue  ���������A-  ?afi  /���������Vft-cs  ,>s  jV\  It Is Full of Money Saving Opportunities.  1 ' ( f    I. I  It will   give you full information  about the generous values we are  offering to our Mail Order Customers    .  and show you how to make substantial savings on many necessities.  "' ' .r ���������  In this sale we have reduced the profits to the point where they barely cover the  expenses of handling. This is one reason why wc are offering such splendid values  in our Semi-Aiinual Sale Catalogue. The other is that our sale has assumed such  proportions that we can buy in enormous quantities, and quantities, always influence  manufacturers to allow, us substantial concessions.  -    You should not be without a copy of this catalogue.    If you do  not  possess a  copy let us know and W3 will forward you one without delay. v  ���������4 AU orders should be mailed now.   While wc have made provision for a big de  mand it is possible that somef lines will be sold out before the end of the sale, and  wc cannot replenish any line that becomes exhausted. This is an important point  ,hat we desire to firmly impress upon our customers.'  Every item in our Sale Catalogue is  covered by Our Liberal Guarantee  of money refunded if you are not  fully satisfied.  itii~"'*-"  *       g   ������ i%m *T\&   \tf 8 ���������. %f UMITEQ  WINNIPEG CANADA.  THE GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN CO., LID.  WINNIPEG,  CALGARY  CX-SCUTIVE  T, A. Crerar, 13. J. Freftm, John Kennedy,, Wllltom Moffat.  o i nOctonate  Manitoba���������I1.  A.   Crerar   Jolm  Knnncdy,  Win.   Moffat,  U.   McKonzla.   8������������kattlitwan���������Oto.  l.i\nRlf-y. 3. A,  MM.nrB, V. W. (Inen, J.  MmtUihi.   Alberia���������H.  J.  Vr*n*m,  If you cGn������tsn your iftalrv to ub It will bn lo'lu-il nfter In Uie bi>������t pngfilila mnnner( ''  OUR AIM  To beliat lh������ ConJItlott bt tht liZ���������r an,J cut out ihf> "Pf^ bttwai-n thi produeir and tb������  *.oi,kutnrr. ..  *t  A .,... ^,_���������  ,'J  TBK  trows, ^mrs^^Amj g**mm_^^^t.  *^.-^������2^^^1I^I*!**S\^wSS?*-������*SJ**k?*  i-n^m  7V*W^*"'"*-,K':^  ��������� jiKMaa������4*l--������>a*v-M-M i  MMMiMttni^***  , tr |    NOTICK is'lurebygivcn that Rpph*  i'C  (lijiillHiria.rill liBWS,        cation ,v,ll be mad* lo the Superintend,  ,- *n������    ,-  ,,   k���������   tbo cm of Provincial Police fov ;i renewal u(  ���������������������������.���������*���������*���������.   &    Cdr^bsf land ��������� in jinj ll!;1)l, ,he lllcl0",&Ci known as the  ;��������� .A'/fjioq    Company,    j Xcw ili'tul lirrioi, *>iuuucd on   Lot <p,  .'".*"'        -     ___^J    SulvliviMiin of Lots'. Northeast" q.iiutu*  "-���������:jwr"\vS 1 Tm7T".li*.   itaolf|Ai'U"t=������6 llcviof tt.-yV Sayward   Dis-  ��������� l1    ������    '  .1 1    *     ,-  -,P ,*,,1,    i ll*'C(������ lb C.     -  .*,!,*. ,or the op-n.^o* Olh- joSKPH DICK, Applied,  nay nppiwr in its colnmns   ^   Dated .Deer 28th, 19".  iii  nun to timo.  ���������SDAY, y.Altj-D, 101.  ��������� *, ��������� -i.-ci I.vml i'isiiit:1.,  < 11  i:i'-.t 6l" Coillux.  ���������J''*- I'iCK 1h.1i Mary Timlin ������f  '.' nixiip.-uioii married ������on-,an  ��������� ,.*.}iU' (or j'.-;*niu:-,.ii������(i io >*i;r-  i.-.il'.i'.vin:* de.-.*.nlieit hiiuis: ���������  .I*;; ;*t  :i |>o-i  p.iinU'd  :u   tho  ��������� ��������� .:.m,,"i*  of T. L.  No.  4.'.33'>.  ,*-iii   S" i-li:'ii***>t.hetK*e wpsi 40'  1 *.,* 1- is   .v-tith "io f-li'.ti'v; i*u>',<*  r*i  ���������*.���������.* liim, tlwiii-e.-'iliiriK *!''*' '-'hove  ,'n.s avu*,������. ci   !**-*.* t-> phiC*  of  ���������*..'.-. o, ���������vi-.iii;*   :?.>;) ;ici*u*j1.nioie or  ������������������JKOUCJl-i VEKDIKK ,  Aj-tnt for M.uy Tlui Iir.  *\m*Mt*~������*tMr*r*K*r*v*nt*m4*m**M w*u*tM*m**������*,*'m**m0*'m^  NOTICK j������ hot'ohy Kivon tlr.t, nyph*  , Mid on wih ho. miulu-to tlu- Hui'Orlntoud-  ���������.nUt Piuviaaui tMico, Victoria for ft  lien-no V'fVoll liquor by wh >ln*i*do upoti  tlio pron i on nil tut'd on Lol fi, lilook 15,  (Jii.i.boilaud TtSvfnsiU, Cuuibsrl-ni.l, B, 0  'OiA-IjIMUSSATTO,   Appliwtt.  ' JJihuU thia ld.-u day of Deo. Mil.  ,������^V������Uu������������tT.-U<.������������*������������0������������.J������������������-.������~������>������������������**l'������������ *'������������������������*"-*  'lb1 YOU WANT  -   .LUMBER  .,    SUE   US  Comox Sawmill Co;, Umite d,*  Comox,   Ih C '     .  ' 3Mtll OF WOUK. \ '  I1BMW  I, ITWrlll^ll   I     I     ' ���������������������������  '     ;;.\>- -.** 1 l.;uid Di.-'.riv.--  ',;is*,*rt nt (.'niiKi::.  '..:- K NuriCK ihat Ch.ulcs Thuiin,'  ������������������ ..'. '.'. ','-. ���������*���������.'.ip.-uion   merchant, in-  .   ;;  .*i*\,-)iy  for   penni-isi onto   pur-  ��������� A, :hi:uu" 0.1 low, 11������ ccscnlied land:--  '-,i���������->.'f ,;���������.;.; -a .1 post planitiTl in t'rowns  ,���������   .:  .,���������, ��������� north-east corner of T. L  ,..*   '.'���������:-..��������� V.o   wi!*.'. So   cliiiin**", thence  A . Ki.,i li'r.s   tliencii c-ai:   80 chi4ins,  '*   -zi'-ic !ii>:. ihcnoo so'.nh :io chains  ,. ':���������; l(-..i aloiij ?liore line to place of  . .���������i!*.m;icnnt.iini,ng l6o acres more or  GEORGE VERDIER   *  Agent for Chailes Timlin  ,-���������- a'i'.misi u-h"-'9i������       "_   ;'   i'.'.vard Laiul Distri'.t.  1    I) Mrict of Comox.    *  ; \ ,*���������* NOI-ICE that George Vcrdi-  :' ,   -.,!, !i,C, occupation  fr-i..--..' .;-���������,/!>-for peniiission   to'pur-  ,,-*lv  f.j'.So'.ving  described ,.hwds:���������  *!*.' at a   post phmed-at   the  %sw...  ?oJ  ������������������   LABOUR COMMISSION ���������   O r~  .SITTINGS  of ths Provincial LiboiT  Oominissibu will heboid ne follow-:���������   .  Nai:ai*no-Monday, I'.'bruary  lUh, t.t  8 p. m., Coni-t-honse.  CumlwrlMid-WcaneHday, Pob'iury 13'>,  at 8 p, m. .  Alborni���������Monday, Febrniry 2tdi, i������t  Sp.m. '   -  Lulysmith���������Tuesday, Fobrnary   25-b,  at 3 30 p. ra.      ' ,  "    .;  Siovc:tou-MoticUy, March 3rd,.at'2.80  p.'nr.  Chilliw-vck���������Tneuday, Mareh  4th,  at  2.30 p. m.*       * '       ,  Nsw Wcctmi-'isfer���������Thursday, March G,  ���������*t 11 a. in.-, City Hall.'    ".,  ���������  Vancouver���������Friday> March 7th,  nt 10  d. m., Court-ho*fl3&.  X  '���������-   ,- >"."', LAND AOifj ������������������;   *.    , '  ������������������ '-Yanoonvor hand��������� pwvvict'/.  District* ol S������ywanIV  'TAKK, NOTICE -thtitA Mieh'ael,; .  You n", <������f DfooklyhvNow.'York"; oo-    ,;  oupoiion Janitor, intends 10 'apply.  (6r permiheion to puraliafie the following described innd*-:--Comm������n^'  cingotft p'oBt planted 50 chaiiia .,;  north of tho north -west corner 01    -[  lot 582,;. then .0  tn-V 40 .chains,. , ,(  thonca .Fouth  50  chain",   thei.ee���������>  ���������wn-sl '10 cituin?, thonco, north   60 *  oliftina to point of emmonconfent,   .  conlahu'g'200 ������oro** moro or lert, ���������,  MICHABIi YOUNG, \.  ���������'",.. Applicant.  Thcmna Matiar, Agent  Dato October 30th, 1912 '      ���������  "-,w^^ra^XNT)',,Ao:^,*,  Vancouver Land District  District of Sayward  TAKK NOTICE  that  William ,  Peter Ada tne,  of New York,  New ;  York, oco-ipati'.n.   s.ileemfui,   in*,,  tetido to.applyJor pormi*Hioii to  purchase tho following" descriUd  land?:���������Cpminoncing-  'ftt   a   post  planted at the north-west.corner of  iho-1 Houth    half- 'of     hi\    590,'  ���������hnr.ee   t'Oii'h   80' chains,' thence  west '10 chains5, more or less lo.,tho  earn*lion of lc-t' 58.%  thence  north-  80 chains,   ihence east 40,chains*  more or 1o**b to point of ciiinuience--  ment, contnining 820 acres more.cr  lees.  WILLIAM"PETER ADAMS,  Applicant  Thoitii-B Matier. A-jtent  Diit-S October 29th, 1912    ���������-  V '.'  ,*���������'- 1 cirntr 0! 'I^S7;thencejioi-tli  . - n> die shoreA'lmo, thence ioilu*v=  ; sh >re line around the point lo lhe  ,,,' Ucyinmng.  "    CiKOKCK VEUDIEK'  Applicant  ���������"���������ivjnF.1 14th, 1912  -io.-Ss���������6nf!*t^ou'-6r'--d to_iHs,  a*i)ive into all maltor* nffectiiifi iho conai-  Yioiv-" of labour in British Co'wnlna. A11  purjorts iutorcuted are iuvited to attend  and giva evidence,  il. G. FARSOKS  Ohaitiiian  "CANCELLATION .OF RESERVE  A S.iywarTl Lnnd District.  Jiissricl of ComoM.  ���������'.Ai-Cr, NOTICE tliat Fred Timlin,  i-i l,rn. !, ixC, (iccup*ition merchani, in-  ic.i !, to ip;'!/ fo-* permission to inir-  \b\-.2 il-'j folloivina described lanch���������  IJ , ,i .lM^-.i'^ at a post '.planted at the  v,,i i-!\-;;,v>i coriiorof Timber Loir-c Mo.  ������������������ i'h;\��������� thei-oe west So chains, thence  l ,,!���������.:,' '*.t c'.t lir.s, thenco e.tsi So chains to  lhe-jl.**���������'.. line, ihence follo.vinj* shore  V.i: 1. >'*ih ������) chains, nv.ire orlusn to the  {*r v.:.* of !������c?i,'inain^ combining   64 i acres  ���������fsvnvc o-' '-.-s.*!.  GEORGE VTSkDlER  Aueiit for Fred Thulin  J),ne At������;-������**t t-l'h, I9"._      ^   --���������J-~-J4lcBN_sli:,AC.r*  (Section <*.&.)  NO'f'lGE is hereby Riven, th.it on the  ��������� uh di/ of October nest, application  ' \V.i, '.j.-. -��������������� sd-o to the Snpenniendent ������>f  }.������,, .���������iiiei.il Policcf),- th; rr.io-iferof the  \v;.o\w bn- ihe sale of lapior by ratail  in n.-id cponthc premise.-, kmiwn-is the  V.'iilo.v.-, Hotel,situate at Campbell Kiv-  ,,-, ;'.,'iii*h Columbiu, fru.u CirarlefrTlni-  In ,*, i Eiinnnn'-Ili'in-in to Charles  '1 liii'.in, ol CainpljCll Kiver, UriiislilCol-  nn ;ia-  p.it-id this r4'iic!,iy vfliept, iyia  Tilt'LIN & II AN NAN  Jlolderv-if LicciiiC  r-jIIARLEii'lHULlN  Ajj|������lic*im Un Transfer  a������,war<l l.aud  P'u:������nct  Dhuvtc't- uf Saywivil  '1V.KK notice    that 'WiUiuiii  Juno-. Gi-isoii, of Vancrmv-M-, o������-  c-.t^d:'5.ii painter, intoiul.s to   apply U,x |wnnission;. U\ 'j piimhnau  Win fi)Uov."injr dcacvibcl  lan,'l':������������������  Coir.nu'niMnK ������t"h post plmHed ao  chains ������-".jt cf Hie north cast cor-  nuv of'1 i.nTicr fiicenso ',2^2, tlicu-  ce east 30 ciiuiua,   thc-un-   .vuth  Vjo cltalus. ilicucc wiK.t 2'J c'l.uus,  ihence nortli 20   cliniiiH to pojnt  Ol     eOilllllClH't.-UKilli      vuitvrtiiiii'i,  40 ?'jrr*K More or l������ss and is be-  twiun White anil Salmon rivers.  ,.    William Jam������s ������msov  S. Maurice CJart������.*r, A^.-nf.  JJjte AuguMUist,, lyu.  ..nn  /  IN TUE SU.VRBMB COURT Ol? BRIT  ISH COLUMBIA, NANAIMO  ,. REGISTRY  :  Iu Uio f-or-ds of WalJuco A. Strichl-nd,  also 'awiwd'u-i Willliain W'.A. SirioWand  doc.** (toil, Iiir.f,*-:icjte.        '     >       -   .-  TAKK NOTICE, that by.ord* of H!b  Hu. or, .fudRfl Barfcor, inad������ in tlie ab ivy  Omirt on tLo M.li ciiy- ot Kftvriub'ir YM'l  the na.kininned waa opr������i'ito*l Admhiw.  1-.rat.or of tlia wtato of tlio ���������.bove-nitlTlod  dicMmwl, who died ft!-- r<*>rtl*������iul wi tht  Stnto of O'c������on, oa* of the Unitori ������tah-B  ot Amorica>onorab'uttb<'20tliduy of  May, 1012, inloatnte.  All iicon-niV- and (Ibwi R(iain.--t tho  snid i'i-4-it'j m.dall f������coo������r������tB 'Uio' tint taid  cfltido must bo proi-nntod trnd paid n-BpeeL  jvoly ou o/boforothe lot dny ol Maroli,  1H13.  W.W. WJLLAU1)  Olliciftl Admiuiatcotovi,  rmiibctrlimil, U. C.  v  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,.  li.' TUKCOL'Nl'Y  COURT OP N,'\'-  ALMO IIOLDBS Ar OU.MBliRLAN.0.  In I'lohnt'-:*���������  In (lui mutter of tho loft Will iiiu'i T.h-  tir.i.o.it- 11 OhorloH D'.vonp ri' Snyn-ir,  ilrc"ni"piL  TAKK NOTK'13 t'-uV by onlor nf H'>  tlyiio , Jiidno Unrktr, mide in tt.o ubuui  j'.m.t 011 Mio -till day ot Di'Ctmi cr, 101*2,  tlin iindoriilfjn. il wan yranti'd lelt' rn <>t <>A  idinii-rnti nvih Will mincxod rd 'hn nn  t-it'i-il lh.i nhiive-HMno'l Chhtliip D S**y-  no**, dcfi'iihiil, who illoil it Rnr.k liny, li.  C, ������m or nbout Mny 7lh, 1012.    ������������������  All BceoiiiitH avtdml tho nald Kninu'  a nl nit rco.-iui'tH Ana ihe ������id K-fttu uiubt  lm prcHonfcd md pui.1 rifrp-rtiroly u ������r  b.)fi.io the Virat d*������y or Mnroli, lOl.'*,  W, W. WILLARD  Oihcui't Aiiniii.wWi.i..;/  C'liniiii.-rlttud, il, C, fan 20:.,'. .  "There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by.placing an Ad:in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  NOTICE is hereby-yiven that the  reserve existing by reason of the iiotice  -puhlished-in=the-IJntish=Go!un!biarGas���������  otie,of IVci>mber ,27'th, i<-K>7."is cancelled'in so f-ir as the same relates to the  following described 1-uul.*-;- so as In permit of the sals of the timber -sUndiny* ���������  thereon:���������;''-    ". * .'   .   _ . -���������-   -'  Commcncinvj' at the norih-'oast corner -  of Lot No, 3849, Rcdondii IslanJ, New  Westminster District.; ihence -east' 1 j  ch,iins*, thence north '4 cli.iins ; thence,  e.ist 19 -cliains ; thence south "25  chains; thence >vcst 32 chains ; more or  less to the east bounc'.iry of hot ��������� No.  2S49 ; ihence northerly along ilie. enst  boundary of said lol to the point of  'commeiiccni'eni ; contnininB by admeus*.  uvenicnf 75 acres, moie or less'.  ROilRKT A. REN WICK,  Deputy Minister of LukU,'  Department of Lands,  Victoria, 15. C, December nth, 191 i.  ��������� dec .j.*.,to mar 26  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTlCEthxt an Application  will be niitile to the Licutcnani-Govcrn- '  or in Council al the I-arli-imcni lUnlil-  in|*s, Victorii, Uritish Culumbia, on  Thursday, ili^ .-joth clay of J-uiuary, 1913,  nt the hour of eleven oVIock intlie fore-,  noon, for the approval cf the umlertnk-  iiii; of the Campbell River Power Company Limned, thai the conditions of use,  occupation,, felling of limber and other  conditions provided for in Sections 3it,  '223 and 223"������ dm Water Act be settled  pui'sti.mi to "uch seriinn-*, and that the  time for submitiin-* detailed plans of the  Company's works bo extended until after  the flood period of 1913 ;  -AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE  (I1.1t a copy of tlie Application is on filo  ia the office of tho Water Recorder for Victoria Water Di&tncl, and in  the odii c of the Comptroller of Wiuci*  Rights at Victoria,  DATED iu Victoria, 11 C.lhis a.|tl������  day of Daoinbci', I9'*3 ���������  ROIIBKTSON -.t IIEISTEKMAN  ���������Solicitors for the Cumphell Rivet  Power Company Limited.  *m mjnf**cm  ' *���������***������������������* trr.-*.  TO DAIUYMiiM-  ���������^la^uct" Cronm topai-ntom'.i.u'j  best scpamtor on  the  murV-ot j  si;:ts 1 x 3.   c.npacity 35" lo ..;c:o;  and   6,50 to 700  lb:;    jh-v  l.ouj.  Thi'rc being :vv/.'olu;<:!y   n<>  c;<i! j  ,������������,*���������������. ���������������������������������-" 1 tor ne ini i h tors m ������.in     -in;-" ���������-  I'ult S4.LK���������-A hook nl! voiu.^i  "*m . .    ,  {J)���������r^iio.M.v:t?.   >,ix; ^;i;,,in;tofthf:mnl)(1(tl,.,. Ifc.:,  M\fW.<M"t ������r������w.si -���������-,  ^ !,irilflllcw,u>icfa!ec^.. s'  >V������iO;H,o, 'flMflif,/)  r;irh.  or  v'W    '      ���������   a  .^.^. .^..- - -������������������������*"��������� ���������������������������-- -���������-*���������-   1 ii  Try  Hi* Hitf .Sl.-r*\ if >"���������' *-������������" ' !"i" !tw0*       Y,,cyc a,c lU: l" ' '! T; .!  re������v   C,ir'M!*.r^S', ne* Komi, .ini-.it;,.'   !'/j 1,.-) US-U<-*VC*r   U'i 51    MIC   <f   1: ���������.,  w/'-t/ b*"- del'v^y   ���������aa  --n'-"''1'"1^-"*  -stotr,    Apply   K- Gnilib, ^056  ���������yi*������������j-y-?-?;l  r,l  Brewers' Dried Grains  Dmc.r, Cheaper Than Most Uniry Feeds  Vancouver Killing & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors NANAIMO, Ii. C.  +j&vrtrery-' *^rr-ryg-1^y^."^naCT/t*.M t -BBH-f tHrsmmrrmaa*m*scGXB2jm  MAILSHRVIOE*  lUuh fc;- D::jx'itch:--Vancouver, Victoria, Nimnimo, etc;.,  Tuesday, 7.15 p. in; Thursday  nnd Saturday. 6 n.  m.  CyUiiluX    iUM    l^if-ln-vli.-��������� i. Uci*  (lay, 13 15 p. m.', Wednesday  atid Friday, 4.30 p. ni,  S. S. Cowichn-i, Smiday at 2  p. nv and Tuesday at6 a. hi.  Mails Arriviii{j:���������Vancouver,  Victoria, Xatmimo, efc. Tuesday aftern"o:i, Wednesday and  l'riday ni.v;-'t������.  C'u:i������ ox D iitrict:���������- Wednesday,  TluiT-iilay nnd -Saturday.  S- S, Cowidmn, Sh������i\av n'n)rn������  tn^ nnd Tuesday aboit'. -A-ion,  Central WuiWiug, Victoria^ P, C������  l  if: v. ~  ������������������*' ���������*���������������--*-" ���������Jy-i-V-T*:'-*--'  : NOTICE .���������--  Vancouver.' Land District..;* ~  , District,of'Vancouver.-- '*  ." -TAKE KOTKJE put I, George  .Verdior of Campbell River,, oouu-  patiun, CruiserV-iutonds to apply  for permission to purohiuo lho f till Vwiuej desscribod' land^-'-Commen  -oing at a p.-at plantod at the*N.K,-  corno'r of .*Timber" Limit -43146?  ���������Minice wc-et 80'chains, thenceNorilv  20 ohaine, UieiiceAeast ,80 chain'.*,  to ihe shore line*' ihence 'so tit h 20  ���������olijiina more or less along the shoro  lino to the place of beginning.  '. '    GEORGE VERDIER,;  Name of Applionnt*.  Dale, February 26ih, 1913  ������������������&&'*''.KEWS^^^^  . NOTICE   ' ���������  '  -      ������  Sayward Land Dietriot.  ,  Di.--t.rjct of   Sayward,  TAKE   NOyiOE * tlut    Justin  .Dorr bf upper Valdoz "Inland, occupation further, intends to apply for,  poimi?pion to purchase ilie folio vv-  ing described lauds :'Coimuencing  ������t u. }io-;t plumed' 10 chains qua ol  llyarinth Lake and '' 10 chains  south oFN. W. coriifr of J. 1). pro  ouupijon, "thenco 10 eh.tins west to  lake, thenVe in a south-easterly dtr  action, 10,., chains along tho Bhore  of.ths lake lo the interaction of J.  1). line, thence 'north 10 chains to  point of' commencement, containing in all five acres more or les=B,-;  .;-* ������������������    ' JUSTIN DORR,  Name Of Applicant in full  Date. March 8th, 19L3 .. ���������  , Notice is hereby given that. ait the  next meeting, of the'Board of License  Commissioners I intend to apply for a  4-en������w.-dof ilie hotel license held by me  for'tiie New England Hotel, sttuated on  block 3, lot 3,-Cunibe.rUnd Townsite.  JOSEPH WALKER  Dated Nov, 7th, 1913.  in th^HEWS  NOTICE U hereby given lhat 30 days  afterdate application will be made'to  the Sup'crintcndenroU'rovincial Police,  Victoria, ll.C, for a renewal of the hotel, license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known ns the Port Augusta'Hotel,  situated at Coinoic 15, C.  ���������   Amos Cottington,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912  An Ad in the  News  pays.    ;Try it.  :. -NOTICK i^ hfeteby.givon^that  on, the first;.day of* Decern hor.  next application will be made to  the Superintendent'-of''Provincial  Police, Victoria, B,.0. for a ie-  ue'wal of tho hotel license tojsell  liquors by retail in tho hotel  kuown as the "Mala'spiiia Hotel,  situated at Lund, B. C. 7 ,  '-.'"'  " FKED taULIN;''  Dated October 1'Otir, 1912 AA. _'  ���������Sock's Gottoa Root Conipound.  Tbo grclit Utortno Tonle, n'm*, *  __.��������� ������������������i,only  safo  ctltortunl MonUilrf  5^Kf3{������Beeulf\toroii Avhlch-ivomcn oaa  *"3i?35frdcpond.- Soldtn throo degreed.  'Ot\ ot 6tronBUi--No. I, 81; No. &  10 dotrroos stronger, *$**- No. il  for siiocltvl ouecs, 85 t>or box,  Bold by'all druffetets, or bouc  '(     Pr������l������iil  on rooolnb of prica.  4.   ��������� Fro* piunjiiilo... Address: Tm  tenr������ntei(l50a..T050NTO.ONT. (/wmafyWwfcO*'  $300   REWARD  The'above reward will bo paid  for the recovery of tho body of O,  H. Strand,1 who wa* drowned off  Demnari   Island   on   Thursday,  * t  Dec. 12th. ,  Tho, Anderson Logging. Co.,  Union Bay, \Y, C.       \  E. C, Einde, is agent for. the  ���������'Ford" and ''Ohalmer,'' automobiles.   -Oars for,hire. * Phone 18  LANDREf-IST-RY ACT.,.  Im the mattkii   of an  application for  afresh Certificate of Title  .to Lot'54, [Mnp S'll^TownsiVo:of  Courtenay. ''"','  NOTICE is hereby fiven of my  intention at llie expiration, of ohe  . calendar month from t he lirst publication hereof io'issue a,fresh Oer-.  tifj.nateof Title in lieu of tho Cirii  > floats of Titl������,  ifcued,  to   Joseph"  ���������McPhoe-oti the;3btivof March 190o,"  -eiid-iri ura-l-ored'-���������1*099 ()0~w h i ch���������h as-  ���������be-en Icwt. - "-*.    "'��������� .' ..-.,'    - *  .   D������'tod-. nt-kand Registry Oilico  VictoriaV'' My C, this ,21st - day:of  ���������D������cejn'>er. 1912.,, .. .    .  -Y[8   Y. \VOOTTQNY  . R'egiritrnr General of Title?.  Union* Steamship Co. of B. G. Ltd  ,   ..THE 8. S. COWIGUAN WILL SAIL AS TJNDKR;   .  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  "Leave Vancouver, Monday, at H p', m';"' A  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p, m.  -    Arrive Union Bay,.Tuesday 0 a. m,  -   Lo-ivejjTnesday noon;  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. in, 4. Leave Tuesday,-ll a. in,    ��������� .  Leave Nanaimo 6 p.,m. Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver 0.30 p.m.-  Leave Vancouver. Saturday 8 p.m..  Arrive  Nanaimo,    11.30 p.m  * Arrive Union Bay, Suaday 6 a. 111!, Depart 5 p.m. -  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8a. 111, Depart 4 p.m.        ���������  , ���������  Subject to change without notice;   . ',.-":  m*-*<*���������< ������������������JOrt-J-UIT-*'  The .Gpurtcnay' Hotel  ******  Kvery oonvenience for guests.  The Oontial Hotul for Sportemon-  None l>ut the.licst of-Wines and Liquors  at the Bar.  w     RATES  REASONABLE  l...1.1. i._-rrrr=  John Johnston,   Pi op  Q  offer   voir   a safe- and   sound   investment   with rt  good* return on.ycur money as well as an enhanced value  from now on.     ���������-    ;  " -o * '  f ' 1 I n <      1.1 I _ L   ���������  A Company with- No Promotion Shares..,  ���������*      1 -l   ' ' *- 1 "  .   ' A Company with its   own fiscal'agency.   ,  '"      A Company   that,will look solely to  the wellfare  of its shareholders.    Shares are, now "selling at $i  for all: cash,   or    on* the   easy   instalment   plan.    ., ,  Gail o^ send for a Pvospeetas" to-day  "The ''Mercantile. Genera!" -.Agency/ ; Ltd  :" *; - ��������� Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co./;, Ltd. . ������������������"  I:, . .-.      i *  ,     _y    Head  offices':       * .  ���������^^207^208^209���������Uiriou^Baiik^Bniiding  *    . Phone 3243  ---' ���������#���������)  or 1 rei���������V-ie\v"a n n^&0"v"'tfpS t r erz{'sy^Vi e t������o r iaTjBr Cr    ffi  ".���������    ,    'Geo.. Abbott,-Managing Director, ������  ���������   COOVRKiH'^-.  best BEER,* and  Cumberland.  ������������������  J.,  BT.   MoLEOD  Knglinb 4 x BURTON otwoys ou Up olso, tho famt.a������.MILWAUKEG  BEKRS���������Anhonaer,-' Buboaiian, '8ohIts, ko, " OLD G RKY BEARD "  SCOTCH VVHI3KY, Best Wines and Liquore of all lrindo.  The fioMdtiig and Lodging Department, under tho iintnodiato Ruponuteudt-Doo of Mti,  Davla, will bd foui.d flrutoln.sa in ovory I'tiipact,-j  ATES,  ijtX.oo per day upv/nrda,  X W   WtiO.ii  il, itlitf   t,.Uii.-t.O,  Tliiu i������ tu tiotiiy the public  that all freight clmrges ou bonded goods cleared at Union Hay  for the Comox Vallcv must be  paid before goods can be iorward  cd, Uy order  Canadian Collfcrics.DnnsinuirJ  Co,  NOTIOTE.  Riding on locomotives and .rail  way curs of  tlie  Union  Holliery  Company by any person, or  persons-���������oxcopt'tain crow���������iii strictly  [>rohiHted.   Employc-ss  r.ro aub-  Iqc to (JistnisBttl for allowing Bam-  By ordor  , W. Iy.  COULSON,     -  General Manager.  mrni*wimmmmMt������tum*ttwMmm*vmiimtm*t^^,' \m^if*^wm*mMtfW  LIQUOR LICENSE  HY-LAW  * J Oil.  NOTICE IS IIEKEBV GIV  KN Uiat tit tho tu������xt regular moot  ing of tho Board of Lie-onso Com-  misflionorfl or tho Municipality of  Cumborlttnil,   application will  bo  niftdo to tho said  Board of Com  misbionoi'8 for tlio transfer  of tlio  licotiBo for tho Balo of liquor by  rotail in mid  upou  tlio promison  hnown as tlio Vcndonio Uotol, flit-  mite on Duilsmuir Avonuo, iu tho  City of Cumborland, from Robert  b.  Jtobui'tKon  to ltoberl McNeil,  of tho Raid Citv of Cumborland,  I)*\t*'d at Ouniliorland,   il.  C,  tliii) 10th diiy of Dmunbor 1912.  r������    f!    Vr������f������T?lvnopv  ' Holder of Liccneo  nOHEUT MoNEIL  Trauf-ferc-p.  C. H TARBELL  *���������      wrva������mmmt������a*uma*\m^\***^w'Ka*j-^w^{*iivt"*  WV'iB-ltWVba-M'k-MUH *M ���������*M-^^JMKU'ia***i-<'l n****** ,J*f '���������ma**-*  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  And all KITCHEN i .UTENSILS  rr~\-**mn*i-* -*r**&3rrj.ax&xz*er,,*i,.xmm/*t*n%x)  *nat**n-r%'*i*uuirms-^'^irl/ciK*miMnn������t-an'mnn  j ; "We[-Build'Homes aqd: Make Loans." , \  I '** " r "��������� ' D  r-r^MTt&f:**rj*i*t.m!*rJnM������u.*vm  MOVING? .  1-IANOS  AND  .     ' *       FURNlTUliK  Preighr, Wood and Coal Hauled  '' ��������� INDEPENDENT , '  .TRANSFER.     '  RiCHAUUSON ci HAYWOOD  . ,    .PHONE 5-7 0  Wiildermere Avq. ���������  OKUBKS TAKKN l*'OU NUT   COAL  Sportsmens Goods  nutl  General Hardware  iklflitJ. im'HMtl ami A.ttin Wcrtv.t*-  unrj, frj'i-ill \r.iiiw**. I.VwttuiHti.li^i  vtr.  vint'i [l^(T��������� nn tvi^'.tf or ort-t*.   nr���������- jr,K  n'MfUttfr^, rbo-'etoaorMsttt^ntt o*  NOriCIJ U hereby elvrn thnt mptJi-  oi'ion r.i]l bc I'-u'ta U tlie >!ii|,(>r  {���������tfnnWlt uf Pp-Hfcinl V'dUi Victoria,  jfor a liveimo to kII Ji������j������J������r by ������������������������ o!-w\Jo  tHK.n tho ir.iuiio**! fiiioftt-d on L>11'.\  H.'ocUfl, Ciirjlurimij Towt.slU-, (."uifil-i.r-  ������t.nd, 0, O.  Jattn MiXi-ani, Ari*Hv'.������i*t  DaLdVliitU 1. *i*-y ������.| L>tt'vuA-vrt t'������>l'i.  ..   NOTICK.  NOTIC1C is hereby given Mint  she general i^tore busiuess or Dun  can Bros, has thi.-* day been sold  to Jnnics^ H. Parkin. All nc-  counts due the late firm must be  paid to K. Duncan, wlioM\vt'.l .settle all liabilities.  Sitnd\vick,|p<!t. ist 1912,  KOTICU  Any por3oii or pereonp, cutting,  rcuioviiig or taking any bloijl***,  limhawr wotn\ of any di'swiiptiydii  X-douging to thn Wellingtou Colliery CVyM or from or off tho land  of tho snid (Jompany, or nnyouo  tipping rubbish of nny ������!es������vif'tii"fi  anywhere upon tlie etui pa 11 >'**���������*.  land will bo jim-'ccutt-'i to tin-- full  extent of ti't- law.  w. j. Coulson,  (Ji-n<-������r*tl Mattfip-Tj  C,       T * - ft M  ,v> v.w.vj ^i>,y,t  1  Soywurd Lanijl Dijtriut,  Diatriot of Snywiird.  TAKE NOI'K'.li Unit Guir-jO tituokc, of  N������v; Yorlt, N. Y��������� occupation engineer,  l-'W-iiJato npply fcr 1 ���������������rniU-,i"n to pur-  nivalis   tlio'.loHownJg  dowiibcd IiiuJhi���������  (Idininonciiif* bt a pout jiUiuted I'O ulmina  tovib of lho i'( rtl*������-c:iBt corner of lot C-H  llioiiuo oiint ������U olmiie, ili'iitoo uoitli 40  chain--, thenco  wont UO  cLairii',  tbouM  KOiitti 40 oiuiim to pom & nf uoninitnL'O-  mint contuinin-j tr������0 auri-B moro or bm,  UKDMl. STUCKB  l-'iflior .M^OiiBkiim, AMint.  I*>nto Juno ]'JtL, r.)l'J,  Hiiyvviiril Lftinl District:  District of Siywnnl.  TAKB,NOi;iCK   tli-t   Hmry   Alfred  Hc.������, of No tr Vork, Now York, iif0upa|,l-  ourlcctiician, i^to-njo to npply f irpjnuw  *ion to purtiiisi-ioa to puroha-.o Wio follow-  irg dcnoriijc'l laud-*: -('omcionrini* ������l n  yoat plitnti'il uii tbo ogutli oaut aoruvr ot  fho uorlii vvea-i quarter of li.t 6o3,  th. uw  4C chrituB caut'i, thence '10 ohiiin*- i-oith,  thcucii 40 ohiilno wa-A, tlmuoj 40  chuiim  MHlth topi'iutul coiiMioiiccuiPot oontnia-  iuu lt}0 Hires ii-ore or ]������ ds.  JI unity Ai'ji'Kiiu Hk������j  FipV.cr M. G iskin-*, A^ont,  Dated Juno 24U', 1918,  Ssywi-rd L\'d I>Wrlct.  "Diutr y- of Sn-jwaul.  TAKE NOTR'K that William Joliu  Sullivi'ti, Now Yi-i'l:, N. Y-, ooouput-'on  plcrlf, iutondfl to npply for iieruri iB-iou t'i  purohiifio tho folio^in>��������� tlio fi'llo^inj* deu-  oribul Imiilo:������������������L'oiiiii.oiioii K at ti post  plulltod JO olmillH snnt'i fiom tlio noiilli-  Oiut'corinir ������f 1<A f)7') {ou p03t 571) thcicr.  nnrth 80 cliuliit', t,Urnoo una1; 80 cliaiup,  tlionoo nntitti *?0 oliviiii, tbvncij ������unt bU  uhuiiu', to point yl ������u**iuioiio(*iiKUt con*  tuiuiiig 010 uurut* tunro nr U'H-i,  WU.MAM JOHN SULLIVAN  I'Vlier M. Uiisl-iii**! Ayont.  lhbi Juno 21,1., 11)12,  Sri>wi.rd Lai.d Distiist.  Distriot of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE Hut J*Ln Ar hor Da'j,  of Ntiw Y01 k, Now York, i ceupatii.ii <A<nk  jntoi.cU to apply  for pcrmikiion to  i������'.ir'  chnso lho   full i-wing  di 8v.-ribo I lnuOn:���������'  Ooaiiuoiiciiia f.'*-   a   1)0 t  plaul-d   tit du '  Hoath-cait   corner of Leaao  4.0,   tbouce,  noutli 80 ditU'-H, 'thunoo vcf-t 60 cliuiiiB,  tlioneo noith  t'O cli'iiu**,   ihnico  uunt 8*  clinics to poii't -.if comtnei-Cvnutit oontnia  mj! 040 Hcio*i tnero or levB.  -JOHN ARTHUR PALY  Pii-hei- II. Git-UiuB, Ajjeut.  Duto June 24th. .012,  Say ���������-.orsi Lmut Diati'iit.  Uutriot of B-iywitrd,  TAKE NOTICK  tint   Walter  Bfi'M!  Tl.nl,    vt    Now'    York,    Nov     i'u.k  f>rjtiup.itiou    luiiniH'r,   idtmiili-. to   Hi'p'y  '������r poro-iiisiou lo puiclta"--; tho   ful owliijf  ���������l.uoribnl Irtodij*���������t'ouiiwcucl k   at R io*.t  lihuilod 120 oh iii) < wo-t uod  10 ubuln-t  north of tlio finuth eaot  cornw of Lti-f.'o '  ���������lit, tlii-iico tomb -SOolj-ins, th������������-i-oo oust 40  (ihtiiti-i,   Ihcuco 1101th   80 (tlndnt,   tbidic*?'  weut -10 oluiiiiH tn point o! cviiiui'-i'C- mo'.t  liuiitiiiniiif,' D'20 ucrc-i inoio or lust;,  WALTKK BUDIdLL BEST  Fmhor M. UhbI'Ui--, Aiifnt.  D������tnJuuj2-lti, 10l'.l.  Hi'>w:������rJ Luul Di^t Jut.  DiHliiut 'A Kijwurd,  TAKENOI'IlK ih,it Ueorgo Cliarlen  Smi", of New Voik, N, Y��������� oompUioti  oli'ik. Intrnil-i lo u|������p!y foi- |'������ri'iiHiii04 to  tiir*j|inf*o tho foi:o>vii'B doborlbrtt lanilH���������  I'oniriloneiiig ut ������ punt pln-ati-d 40 oli-iiiu  ������o t und i!') oh.iiriH north ol tha ninth otwt  noiner of lot .IC-l, llunco ount -IO ilniim,  (li -non ncurli 20 cJi'iiini ihi-'iic-'o wi-iit -10  iliiiiufl, tlii'ni;o ii-ntli 20 uli.-i'is 10 10.nl a  Ol lilUlOlM-iMHUUl tliljlltllili J,r   i/iitltHVi   -JJi'l-J  t  Itiif.. ^  OKOlUiE CIlAULlLd SWS&  VlthiX M. GjB*ii#. Ago-*-  1-ii.to June Wih, 101 %  iS^yvtiud LitiJi.1 \>i- ll'i'-'t  ���������*I)i.it-'(������ti.r .HikV-nr-l.  TAKKNOrUJU tint (.'ImiJu. P.uny <>f  V.������noouv.r, It. Cj ������'CJU,M,i*u ontnion'r,  i; tendn to itpply f r tiun*.t-|"������ t-- ynr  c.ias*������ ilie fo'ln dn-jf    iKui-it-dl   J*.������-lts������������������  ('uinni������i.o:u*z i������t   *   1',1>,L  p'li'i-K-t 'it   th  ������������������������ ntli #���������'���������������'* '"-.iivr nf Int '.'"*������, !���������*���������- U '*l'-i.  4'tct',*4!,in, t'i-.'.!-.-- *>--h *"J������.li,i������i--, h-c-"  (iiJt-tU i 'mind, !h< i-������'i in r li !>) cuiii'iH to  IMiiiil  it c������ i.i.-.-iii"--*'"..-"-'. o-:.l.*r i tr :!*'  .t'TOBllll'IO    t'T   U'H,  t'lt.USLllt I'tSSV  lVi������r  M. ���������",.'*������.!,*, A-.vtl  DiteJ J mo 10 li. ll'l'JI.  S(iyw,ird Liutl U-Ml'ii-ti  Diiit.ioi (ifS������ywii'(.l,  TAKB NOl'IOB tliul Wi!li-.i.i Au������uunt  Hikoiioll, if   So,\ York, N, Y,, ooimpa  tion (lu'k. iutoiiil.*- tu b\>i\y tor pi>riiiii-i!r'.iii  to puichaiii  1 lio   folloivliitf   d-iKPril't")  Iiiiid!���������Coi������iuieiii'Jo(; nt  n   post plnutnd  [IO (linn ii o' Ht utul -10 chili, fl not th of tin-  noith-wovt torniT of lot t'fi'i, thrjjffl wt'et  60 obu'iin moro or lent,  to lot -Ml, llibuuc  10 ahuiuii auuth  h'uk ilint hwuiidury   if  lot Wl, thenco riibt 00 olmiiiH liino Or Icrh  to laui]������ -40,   tlliy 11 uo noith   10 uhliiui)   t������  ��������� ,ii,^,\l*   a -1,0 .<; o������   i*i������n>.l   ,.,.,.(.,(,,!,,-������    oflO  r.cri'"! mnio or 1p*u.  W11.UAM AUUAUST r.lSniOL'l"'  Kindior M.UjA-Iui. Ajucnt,  Otte JuneffOtli, aOI-2  S-tytv-itit f.iinl l)in:r!('l  l-intin't of .iiyvi.iir-.l.  TAKE NOriU: that Cwrl-H Hn.r.v  U'*',   (t   NVw York,  N, Y.,   i ciilp'tti'iii  *uJt*UHFJ, l '1 ndt tn npply Tor pi,r;*ji'iiim-  11 jti-roliiiio thr fo li"vli'������" 'l.irii'<ilic.l 1 ���������������������������-I-'.  ���������f"*' iifiiipi.fi. g at ,t  |������ hi,   ii'iiit*"il  ���������>���������   *���������('  yftti fl-t cmn'.rnf I.t  r>r>.', -.!-<.|it'8 tori'.  ii    \,A Ub, llll'.U'." ������i li.   '7.1   .l-i.il.i-, l-.������-  mm in c^aua  YEAST  , r+erfrer&fcrHm,^       tv       ,   ar ,  111  Sold ami  Used������  Everywhere  E,w.ci)ifue^,ii(.',,  Tc������nto,Oh������,  *,ahWd.mi..in.nc.r.rt '21 .|���������i,, tn       1'01V ������������������M-J-.-^" ^���������'^������? P'S*"'  -..ja.t    'f   tr,.-".!-*'-��������������� < ,*..r,������   oiit^irilr-j   *C������! $3 "O f.'.c'l. lllfill^V !o aCCOUipailV  ^ol'-an,  A't.t Ulul'*-. t-l I"il I  '   niAftl.E** UuN.'lY r.E.������Ti  \'h ���������������; if. tjuViu,  \t\ u*. |  ��������� l������ f InnevOh  l'���������������������.������. J  V*  iti".    Aiuil-i    l*t'.*hert  *  *    ������  Hojiibv Island, ��������� y~*~*~  t*s^*ii!^'^rytf(Kh v*iw:Sff|  ������-__.toMaa_rfcdWi_J.'  1   * .  ;-qi-_)HtaMftM-iK--u:  a-us������^K*ii*sfc������s������^^  &������-fOi?^ttittitMMK  ti   :  THE NEWS. CUMPP/RLAXD. R C  ���������t. **.  f-*m$       &*$  ��������� <a������i  ' J^J^'ROWil^C-r ���������' :*���������:*���������  mwfStfGtVBiim.  arc under double strain-r-  strength to live and learn and  strength to grow���������they must  have nourishment���������not overloaded stomachs, but concentrated nutriment to aid  nature during the growing  period. '' , ���������  The wonderful record of  Scott's Emulsion as a bodybuilder has been proved for  three generations; It strengthens  the bones, muscles and sinews;  builds tha body, creates energy  and vigor; prevents and relieves  colds and fortifies tlie lungs,  Millions .of delicate and undeveloped children have been  made strong, sturdy and hearty  with Scott's Emulsion*  . Insist on having SCOTT'S.  Scott & Bowne, Toronto, Outario  12-63  SOURCE OF THE CONGO  German Explorer * Says.  It    (���������   tht  Largest River tn Africa  Berlin, Germany.���������Lieut. , GraBts  tbo German officer who in 1909 trav-.  ersed Africa ln a motorcar .and than  undertook to cros3 the continent in  a motorboat, sends the tollowlns telegram from Sakanla, In the Belgian  Congo:  "By the first.vbyng'o" along .the entire river courso from source to mouth  I have proved the'Zambesi river, In  northern Rhodesia, to he the source  of tho Congo. This definitely estab  lishes that the Congo is the longest  river in Africa.  1 Wo have reached the Katanga by  motorboat from both tho east and tho  west coast3, thus completing tho trip  across Africa, which also Included an  observation trip through ��������� tho \ New  Kamerun.  Lieutenant Graotz announces his in1  tcntlon. to organize an Auglo-*German  airshipNxpadltion for the exploration  of New Guinea.  $200,000' VANISHES. FROM  BANK  iDlfftlllHtW  , Willie, said the teacher. Is, thore  any difference lotween the words 'sufficient,' and 'enough?'  Yes, ma'am;i replied Willie,, "Sufficient/ Is when mamma thinks you  have eaten enough pie, and .'enough'  13 when I think' I have eaten sufficient. -   .  Minard's  Liniment   Cures  COWG  Garget  in  In ten years  Canada  1,700,000 new-settlers.  has received  . State-Aid for Athleteo . .. .,  *. Copenhagen.���������One  of   the  loading  'athletic clubs ln. Sweden have asked  the Swedish parliament to make ths'm  an-annual grant of $27,500 In ordar  that they may bo able to repeat.thetr  successes at tho Olympic games this  * year.  Payment in Kind  '.Berlin, Germany.���������Rudolph Baum-  jfaertner/a restaurant-keeper at Fried-  -gichRlcDQg._bo.UEhL4QQ.Q_Dbund5_pf_cab.-_  bage from a farmer, the price being  .������-��������� rabbit stew and as large a quantity  of grog as the farmer could drink without becoming intoxicated.- ,  FEARFUL  HEADACHES  !��������� ii  ���������     <  Stomach Bad, no Appetite, Was Losing Weight and, Strength  Wonderful.Change WhetvHealth Was  Restored by  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  Headache Is a symptom arid not a  disease in itself. It acts as a danger  signal to warn you of serious trouble.  ' Bv reading Mr oDonneral's letter  you" will be satisfied that there is no  treatment to be compared to Dr.  Chase's -Nerve Food as a means of  building up t'tie system and removing  the cause of headaches, sleeplessness  and indigestion.  Mr. Charles Donneral, Klemburg,  Ont., writes: "I wish to communicate  to you the great cure which I received from Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. I'or  over two years I suffered from fearful  headaches, my appetite was always  poor, and tho stomach bad.' T took  medicines from physicians, but the  headaches persisted, and I was rarely  free from tliem.'' .  Reading about Dr. Chase's Ner**e  Food I'began using lt, with little idea  that I would be,benefited.* I had become thin and weak, but the very first  box. helped me," and with continued  treatment I have been cured and foal  "he���������headaches.  and get satisfaction  KIDNEY TROUBLE  nil Uric Add Dlf;i?n.*.t>s, Includlnc Kidney Trouble, Bladder Stones Gall*  Stones, Oravel and T.um.*nf;o aro rapidly rollr-ved nnd pormunc-ntly curod  bv RANCH,, A remedy that bus an  enviable rcj-utnUon throughout Cnnnda. Wo will send letters from  ncoica of people, wlio liavo beon curod  tit ouo or moro of tlu-ao complaints.  by  .   SANOL  Write for full Information.  Prlco Jl.liO l'cr Bottlo ut ii 11 "Undine  Ul'UKKlstH.  THE  SANOL   M'FO.   CO.,  LTD.  WINNIPEG,  MANITODA  OF PROFITS GIVEN  f.    ON    INVESTMENTS  ��������� MADE . .WITH      U8  STEWART -jTwiim, LTD.  Sterling Dank Dltig i Winnipeg.  Phoneo, Main -1017, -1018  %_awn*������Wi  EDUCATION PAYS  Look about you und boo how Iralnod  brains win bolter rularlou than train-  #d mimcli'H. Wo train young m*1!!  and women to ubo tlieir brains In bus-  Incim, They ������������������ucc.oort. Why not  yout "Wo invito yon to write for a  ' copy of our curriculum if you want a  Rood training for a btiHlness nfiico or  wish to becomo-n. competent telegraph  operator. Wrlto W-. H. Shaw, President. Khaw's Sohools, Toronto, Can-  ula,  'like"**r-sew���������mam *-.  have disappeared, my appetite is good  and digestion excellent." I write this  letter in hope that other sufferers  from .headache may use Dr. Cnases  Nerve Food and be cured.  Dr Chaso's Nerve food, 50c. a box,  6 for'?2.50, at all,dealers or Edmanson  Bates & Co., Limited.-  The'smallost electric dynamo ln the  world was exhibited recently * before  the French Acadomy of Science. So  small is this dynamo, that its base  would not occupy al! tho space on a.  Canadian .ten cent piece. _  Minard'3 Ll.ilment Cures Diphtheria,  Another Dog  GriggR���������Lost money in that stock  deal, did you? Say, let mo glvo you  a pointer. (;        .  Briggs���������No, you don't. No more  pointers for mo. What I'm looking  for now is a retriever.  Its Virtue Cannot be Described.���������  No one can explain tho siibtle power  that Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil possesses Tho originator was himself surprised by the wonderful fiualltles that  his compound possessed. That ha  was tho benefactor of humanity 1s  shown by the myriad** that riso in  praise of this wonderful Oil. So familiar is everyone with It that It is  pri/od as a housohold medicine ovory-  where,    Preferred the Healthy Kind  Do you wish curod bacon? askod  the butcher ot tho young brido.  Woll, no, Bho answered; I d rather  liavo some that has never been 111.  MInnnVs Liniment Co,, Limited.  Gentlomon,���������Last winter I receive  great beni-flt from tlio uso of Mltf-  AUD'S LINIMENT In a sovnro atln.-.k  ot LaGrlppf, nnd I Imvo freaurmllY  proved It to bo vory offrctlvo In caso3  of IniUtmmatlon.  Yours,  W. A. HUTCHINSON  Ingenious Scheme bf Swindling   Con-  , ' trlved by Manager Now In, ,  ���������Custody  Consternation Is caused1 ln Finnish  financial world by -what.would seem to  bo the greatest swindle ever perpetrated in tho commercial .Jilstory ot  Finland. .The affair has for the mv  mont. eclipsed the all-absorbing anxiety and eagorness, with whicli the developments ln the political feud -with  the Russian government are followed.  ���������M. Nils Idman," manager ���������ot tho  Tammorfors: branch ot the lo������cal For-  enlngs Bankon, was' suddenly detained a few days ago by the police upon,"  orders.received from tho head ofllco,  and after arrest tho safe ot tho  branch under Idman's charge waa  opened, but it was found to bo empty,  although it should have contained, according to tho books, securities for to  tho amount of $210,000. .  Idman had devised an Ingenious  scheme; ' When customers were  granted loans against good securities  the latter were'of course, deposited  in the safe; hut Idman abstracted  them soon afterward and obtained  loans on them on ��������� hia own account  from banks. His bank will havo to  mako good all tho losses, Uio total  amount of which is stated to be something between $1,000,000 and $2,500,-.  000, including all the dishonest deals'  with private people.  Wholesale Forgery  Books and checks have been forged  and .months*may elapse until every-'  thing Is cleared, if this can ever bo  done. The number of firms1 and  wealthy private persons ' who havo  been partially or totally ruined is stated to bo about 200.  ' y'  An elderly widow, was left by her  husband'$200,000. ��������� ' Idman took over  tho charge of the money threo years  ago, and has actually never given any  receipts for it, so strong was the belief in him that those documents were^  never asked for. There is not a pe*>  ny left- for tho poor woman,, who  is 80 years of age, and friends have  secured her a place in a home, which  is nothing'but a- better-class , workhouse.  A director named* Snellman,* who  had charge cf the Nordiska Bank, tlie  second in importance in Tammerfors,  committed suicide two days af^er Id-  man's-arrest. Though that'bank is  stated to be untouched by tho fall of  Idman, M. Enellman's personal los?  is reported to be $50,000. He had  been induced to hand over to Idman  securities for $20,000. A  . '  Two girl cashiers arc also in cus**  tody. . It is the habit-.of practically  all the Finnish banks to-employ; women cashiers. - Tho two women con-*  fessed amid tears that tliey had known  jjf inumeromT irregularities committed  by Idman, "whVseems. to have-eser="  eised 'extraordinary influence '-ov-sr  them.  -  Even the State Bank of Finland has  not escaped teing dragged, in a way,  into this regrettable tangle.  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Micf���������Pimmtnt Can  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS-ever  ���������(ail.  Purelyveget-  . able���������act surely  ' tut gently oa  lhe liver.  Stop after '  dinner  disbMJ-  cuTcindi-l _  _  Solion���������improve She complexion��������� brighten  be eyes. Small Pill SmaU Dose, Small Price.  Genuine must ben Signature  *  ��������� Smart Boy  .  Oho evening, after returning from,  school little Willie rusted  into, .ibe  grocery -store* where hia mother Jbuya  things, and _ald to the grocer!    -'���������.  Eleven pounds of coffee at 25 cents,  eight.pound*} ot tea at 30 cents, and  10 pounds of sugar at G cents. How  much win that be altogether?  . Flvo dollars and seventy-five cents,  replied the grocer.    .  Are you quite sure?  Of course I'm suro. J '  All   right.     Thanks.* - That's .my  arithmetic lesson, for to-morrow."  And Willie- fled.     ~  Positively  >!th<ej:*be&tj'  ;  flOLir   a.  y<W y  7 jrtoney  f >.Cljl: ���������*  A Cure for Rheumatism.���������A painful  and persistent form of rheumatism U  caused by impurities in tho blood, the.  result of defective action ot tho liver  and kidneys. . The blood becomo*"*  tainted by tho introduction ot uric  acid, .which causes much pain in tlio  tissues and in the joints. Parmeloo's  Vegetable Pills are known to havo effected many remarkable cures, and  their uso Is strongly recommended. A  trial of them will conviuco anyone of  their value. .     '   "* .  eWhy Ka   Wanted It ,   *  Arthur's mother sent him' to the  hardware store to buy a thermometer.  He stated his ..wants to tho salesman.  ��������� Did your mother say what size you'  were to get? askod the salesman.  Why, replied tho boy, just give me  tho biggest one you've got. you  see, it's to warm my, bedroom with.  TWO POINTERS ON KOW  'TO CURE k COLD  When yon begin to sniff and feel *  burning sensation in the nasal passages,  or Trhea a tickling irritation in yonr  throat ������tarts yon coughing," the, first  important thiug is to act at once. It's  the neglected cold that becomes trouble^  some and dangerous., ���������  , The second important thing, to do ia  to.talce Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed,  .  Licorice and Chlorodyne, and keep it'isp  till the cold disappears entirely.-      ...  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice '  and Chlorodyne is absolutely free from  harmful drugs, and can safely be given  even to moderately young children.*  It is pleasant lasting and cjuick acting,  promptly relieving the irritation of the  throat and nostrils, loosening the  mucus, promoting expectoration, and  checking the cold.  Vour druggist has Na-Dru-Co. Syrup  of Linseed, I.icoiicc and Chlorodyne in'.  25c. aud 50c bottles, or can quickly get  it for you. Compounded by the'Nationnl  Drug and Chemical, Co.  of Caiiada,,  Limited. 3*5  Clock Without a Spring  A unique timepiece has recently  been invented by Eugene "Walser, a  watchmaker, in Los" Angeles. Four  years of work has perfected a clock  which keeps accurate time, but- is  withojit a spring in its makeup.*' .The  motive power is gained by. tho clock  rolling down an incline, regulated by  a wonderful arrangement of weights  on tlie inside of the clock.' ��������� "Thero Is.  no winding to be done,.but every 30  days.the' clock is;lifted-to tlio top of  the incline and begins-to slide downward. The dial does ,, not. revolve  with .tho case, but remains as an ordinary dial -with' tho. figure 12 at the  top A The incline is of-polished wood,  sixteen inches long,'.with- an, ,8s 1-3  per cent"grade.** There is'no-relation  between the wood and the clock; it  Is simply a matter of properly adjusted weights -jyhichmovo the,hands and  control the downward motion of tho  timepiece. '���������' ,  .The One  Weal Gift  Insist on  this  trademark  ���������n all your  records  TrademarU  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.   (Fit  .any machine.)  Columbia Phonograph Company  McKinnon Building, Toronto, O.it*  Territory Open to Dealers  RINCESS RENOUNCES HER TITLE  m**mw&  nu  :IM^e'Hrea-in*i cBetteriBfeaif  Germany ln tho flr.st seven month**  of ]*j!2 cxwhA 20,000,000 m-'ial-lc  niaiiieut eleett lu hi mini.  Dr, Morse'o  Indian  Root   Pills  ������r������ u������t the riRht mrdir.ine for tbe  chili rcn. When they ore constipated  ���������w ien their kidneys are out of order  ���������when over-indulgrncc t in totnti  favorite foot! -jivrs them incIiRi-stion  -~r.-. lUuM'a IndU'A litiU VAh \-.i'.l  quickly nm) turcly put them right.  I'ui'cly vogitablctlicy neither iicken,  wr.'l.rjiorj;iijx.', likeli.ir.'.htiurf.ilivts,  fiittrii yonr chilrlren's ht.iTili hy  always kfiptn-j a box of Iir. Mor^'u  Indun Root 1'ilh in the houit, 'I hey tJ  Hoop  ihe   Children  V7oIl  V/.   N.   U. S3 J  Hnclng Man Kicked to Dentil  I'nriB.���������M. do Vnnnolso who recently owned a ritclng stable at, St.  Mtti'ii-lo-Uruyoro, wns killed In a curious mannor In the littlo railway station ot ront-dn-Qonnos, whoro lie hml  gono to fetch ft rncehourso which had  been sent to him from Boulogne.  M Ar> VnnnnlBn wiih clIrnbliiR Into  tho box, whicli was on u siding, when  two or Uutiti liuclo MitUiii bilo coil^-  ion with It.  Tlin door ot the box closed on M,  do Vannolsn'B neck aH lie wan looking  out to neo what wrh tho matter, ami  tho frichtoiwl horao iualdo kicked  liim to death.  Girl Burfllar'o Michap  Paris,���������A diirlnc; young girl burglar who robbed a l'arls tobacco shop  was oecaplntf.py tho roof when she put  ber foot through tlio kitchen skylight,  Tho cook e:iw hor icet nppoar through  thn r.'afiH ami r,nnt for lho pollco who  ri>:ti:lii'.l Am; r.ni ii> iih iitin oi a I.mUIv f  and took her to tlio polico station.  The Cause of it  Mrs. TonwciKht was corifiultln*; lho  j������h>*i*!olan.  Your trouble, said ho, seems to bo  dun to an efco.'-t of adljione tlfnuo,  fl nick us mo, ropliod tho pood lady.  I worn!'r If that lu what tuakOR dm  ������o drcaifully fat?  First Instance    in    Which    Austrian  * ���������  Archduchess  Marries  Beneath   ���������  Her Rank  An Austrian archduchess now desires to renounce her-rlghts and titles  to marry a young naval officer caused  some surpviso in Vienna recently, as  this was the first instance'lu tlio"history of tho House of I-Iapsburg ������n  which an archduchess has wished to  marry beneath her rank, although numerous instances of archduke renouncing family rights for tho sako of women of humble birth fiavt- occurred,  Tho Archduchess Blconoro, ^oldest  daughter of tlio Archduke Karl, Stop-i-  an, has become engagod to Lieutenant  Alfons von Kloss. It was during a  cruise that sho met her future Inn-  band, who was in charge of the yacht,,  Revansko, belonging to the archduchess' father. Tho young pair becamo  attached, and tho Archduchess Eiciv-  oro caused hor parents groat displeasure by rofuslng several matches 11 iv.  til, some time ago, they accidental?/  discovered tho reason,  Finally, seeing that she had fully  decided to carry out lior project, thoy  gave tholr consent to the match, whllo  Iho omporor, who invariably favors  lovo matches, also gavo his consent at  a special audience to tho archduke,  who earnestly pleaded on behalf of his  daughter. Tho archduchess, who  will be known ns Fran von Klnns. will  havo no claim on the revenues of tho  Imperial house, but the emperor may  follow his URua; custom of makliiK  somo -special provision for tho young  pair, and raise thom In rank.  TOWN  TERRORIZED  DY  SPOOK  Chaaen l-laploso    Pcdestrlano    Alon*j  Road In Early Hours of  MornlriQ  Cnrdlft.���������A spirit npoetor :o  causing a roign of torror In tho town  of Abergele, midway botween Hhylo  nud Colwyn Way  Tho r,hoat makes its nppearnnce ai.  most directly opposite Olnn-Aber, tha  residence of Mr, Knceslmw, a local  J.I*,, and near tte onstorn entrance  of tho park that surrounds Gwrycli  cnsllo, tho Welsh seat ot the earl anl  countess Dundonnld.  It Is a h-nafilesB   monster, and   par-  mA(tm   (Vf,   (...oro   l>r%t������'ri,<T>   thn   trttorVlVt  on onn pi do of the road to tho Ra'.O"  way opposlto, goiiorally in lho oariy  morning.  jybcrtr-o!*"- m?n on thi������lr way to work  at 'Llanddiilii*-. HmoworltB roport that  thoy are chasod almoBt dally by tho  r,.������,ir.,i. >mi������ up to now no rnr,u*iItl*>-4  have occurred.  Ono of tho mon a laborer, namsA  John Rush, was terribly scared by a  weird nolH.-> thnt camo from a tr\)0  stretching abovo the road. He took  to his heels, nnd seeing a fellow-work-  man front flhouted frantically for  help. Tho socond mnn did not r������>  cognls-o the voice and ho !o * turn. JI oil  lit tt-nor.  Tho road loading foprd Tany-CJop-  p, lrcally known M Ixtvers* lane, pass  What Was the Use  Haven't found your <log yet, I hear?  asked Smiih of his neighbor Jones.*  No, answered J[oncs ruefully.  Well, havo you advertised? 'asked  Smith.  What's tho use? said Jones, tho dog  can't read/*  .Walks After Meals  ��������� Lady ot the' Houso���������What caused  you to become a tramp?  Ragged'Rogers���������Tho family physician, mum. Ho advised mo to tako  long walks after mo* meals, an!. I've  been walking after 'cm ever sinco.  ' Certainly It Did    ���������  Did your watch stop when it' dropped on the- floor? asked one man of  his' friend. .    v   . -  Sure, was the answer. Did you thinl:  lt would go through?   *, ���������   '     ;  ���������_*_ - *'  ' .No. ship is���������allowed--to;pass through'  tho Suez Canal .without a searchlight  of a specified-type.'-.- ' 7ri'���������'"! ���������'.        , ,  A Resemblance j  , Your husband, says ho leads a dog's  life, said .one wotnan.  ..Yes, it's very similar, answered.tha  other.      He  comes  ln  with  muddy ,  feet, makes himselt comfortable    by"  the flro and" waits to be fed. :   "  Absent Minded  Smalley is an absent-minded, fellow,*  said Bilkcs. ..When he.was engagod  to Mrs.'S. ho asked her to go'to the  opera with him ono night and bought  only=ono-sbat. He explained it' to  her by saying ho vms so,.used 'to'oc-  .cunvinff__a_5inglej:Jiair^w.ithjiher_;that_  he dida'i think. A. ���������* ' - <���������-, ���������  It'is said 25,84-li'OOO bubbles can'ba  made from a.pound,of soap. *. Try. tt.  When You Buy Matches,  Ask for  led*B/rc/.t  ���������&  vv-i  rv:-4q  t&>:  How did you got'.*ilong when you  told your father of our engagement?  asked the timid young man.  Oh, dear, she ans-v-'-red, It was  dreadful. I'm t.'o a&Tiumed of papa,  I don't bellevo he has a b   'rt.  Was ho unfavorable?  That's no name for it. When I  talked to him about our living on lovo  in a cottage on seven dollars a week,  I couldn't mako lilm listen to reason  at all.  They have a true safety base  head,   witli  fiilent    tip.    Will  never explode  if Stepped  on.  Eddy's Matches have satisfied Canadians since 1861���������accept no others.  The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON GETTING " EDDY'S "  Washboards,  Wood Pails and  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  Tubs,  :���������'-������  oa through tho dnriset zone. 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''������������������l.r*1������' *��������������� ���������(      lei    ���������  t      il^r'-      Uf       llllr'      OK**'      lr      (* .*��������� "I I' -> ,1      i-l t  uses for concrete on the farm described in the book,  What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete"  1,,,.  if  NOTE���������Tliii 160 pape book will be tent to you free upon request. You do not liave to nfjree  fo me rement or pUre yourieU under ������ny oilier oblifj-ition. Jmt tend uj your name  and adihen.   AAdren,  TubVelly Mtnnuer  Canada Cement Coinpany Limited  ���������H*    HERALD BUILDING, MONTREAL  TATHFN you liny eemenf, remembsr that the farmer* of Canada  Vr have found that "Canada"' Cenitfil U bttt. Look far tha labilon  every fr"i? and barrtL  m  _>���������  i  '������������������������������������;'  '1.1  I  fe  Ui''  r,**f!  '���������V-'.  4  .������I*  il '  *-fiM___-*i"^^ ���������;: '*���������  ���������a_Kw)i*f������_____*iMW^^  _____  iWilMii  ***%%  (_____________��������� iTHE" '^^S;-feUMBEfc^Nb. % &4  ' ���������   ���������'   y ��������� :���������,*. I i   .' , .    .  ^.,..^.^.,.<.^^,.ih.,^.1iB#-. - fort t0 the woman T fitin ior������d by*!*  1    ��������� *   storing her husband to her,   .   ,  When I reachca Claphara I-fonud tt  mau* waking for me .nt the station  with "a carriage, in -which wedrovo'  ut a gallop to tho reservoir. On the  way ho told me that Granger had been  sent down to examine tho ontflow oC  I water from.beneath.and while doing  'so had got caught in.the powerful suction nt tho of'Iflce through which tbe  flood was escaping." Air was "being  pumped "to blm, hut It1 had not been  possible to drhjv him up,, Two different meii, bad been i sent, down to fix  about blm' a rope strong enough ,to  hear his Avelght and, overcome' the suction, but neither 'of. them bad dared go  ���������'near blm for fear'of bejug sucked  iutq the samo position as he.. It .was  upon this :"iufori_a tlon that! -realized1'  fully, that Mabel had called* upon mo  to probably, saci'lflco my life in.attempting to srvo tbat of her busbaud.  On reaching tbe scene of the trou-*,  bio,tho group there.al* turned toward  mo. Mabel1 was present,, and when-  niy eyes met hers I was at a loss to  understand tbe expression thero was  in tbem. I had expected to seo a pit-  tba|.lc appeal. , Whether /she-.' realized  (hat such ah appeal would oo asking  mo'to risk my own life, "perhaps'give  it, for her husband, I did'not know,  nor do I know now. She simply looked  at me.. Perhaps "she considered her  telegram an appeal which should not  bo.rcp.eatcd. ,,.- ^��������� '���������'���������,.  ' I "put'on a diver's outfit, awj a .two  luch cable was looped under my .'arms/,  I'was lowered some distarico froth Hlie  Saving thrashed my antagonist. , But ].hqlo through which the waterwqs _/>*���������**������������������  .. this was rather becauso .'the boy 1-j iugand walked toward it-till 'i began  ., ' ;.; fouglit .was in the habit of Sblng mean 'to1 -lightly'; feel,Jtlio "suction. I stopped  ��������� , "���������' thhigs for no-criuso whatever rather and-'Baw' Grainger "lying .partly^ncrpss  than for any advantage 1 gained over '"     *  '" '  A Singular Call  \ ,   O   ��������� ���������*������������������  y  It Came From One Wlio Had  Seemed Uflgratefnl  ByF.TOWNSEND SMITH  I was starting, for the otllCp. of the  Henderson . Wrecking   company,   by  ��������� whom I was employed/as a-diver,  ,.. when a, boy -stopped tip to' mo and.  handed me n telegram: ��������� *  y   Alec is caught In thu.Clapham reservoir.  Camo qtilcUly und set lilm,out.*  MABEI-v:  I ran for the station to tnko a train  fur Clnpbam and found ono made up  to Bturt ln twenty mluutcs. . But it  seemed an hour before 1 was rolliug  out of tho station on a fifty miniitb  trip. While ,1 am making it * 1 will tell  "how I came to receive, tho telegram. *  I' received* a., common school educa-.  tlou.: Ono day in the school yard I  (jaw one of'the boys take n doll from  n llttlii'girl,:and,' holding lt- by Its legs,  lie smashed its china head' against the  hard, sandy ..ground. 1 walked up'to  the boy*-and without saying a word  ��������� shipped hlsfnce.   Of course there wan  light, ut which" I got the credit ot  - BABY WOOD DUCKS':'." ;  Ths Journey to theWater Wheri They  - Leave Their Lofty Nests.', '  Somebody, Burroughs, I believe; .aid  "the notion that* the mother duck takes  the young birds one by one in ber beak  and carries them to the creels is doubt-  less'erroneous." "I cbiild not seo how  "tlse.it! could.be done, writes a contributor Jo thai Youth's Companion, and I  spent sevenU valuable days of "^yrerril  different 'years, in trying.. to', find Jout  how It was done.-A i   ,i A-,;; ' ���������"- ;'- .*' "*'"  NAVAL GUN JELESCOPES. .;  ^Device That Mado Possible Accurst*  Long Range Firing.  It was about the year 1S85 thnt the  telescope wns first tested Iu cbujiuic-  llon.with tho firing of a modern gun.  The tremendous concussion. broke the  .ens, however, so that ln'order to use It  it all the telescope,had to bo detached  ��������� from tbo' guti before lirlng,"'thereby  the, hole. After a few '-moments'  thought-I .signaled .to ho orwght*.*-to  the suriac'e^'Oh'' reaching it ,w calle'd  for nnothef'two inch rope1���������besides the  onft.pndcE my. arms-looped at the end.*  I would liavo'preforred wire-rope, but  it was.not at band.', ,i(' '  v "Wbat are you going to do?" I'was  asked;"*���������'.''  ���������������������������'���������'A V:        ���������>''.        '* :  "There's no way*to save: him but to  go .into ,the('suction , myself,, place the  rope "under his arm and signal you t'6  draw us..both up."    ."       ;*..,'���������  "You'll both perish," was the response. ,'     y'.V/ >'       "   "V,       "        '     .    -  '[ Mabel was looking at nie," and my  eyes* met hers,., Wo understood each  bther.'thougb'.not-'n word^was spoken. -  But ,what passed between us? Ah,  that only wo,, ijnd, the, Lord know!  nagging the,loop of the duplicate rope  ori'my'shoulder, I.Sr&nt down again. I  had ndvahcedbut a;few inches nearpr  to:Granger.th'au' before when l.'was  catigbt-in-th'e^Btictiohrand'it-seemed  that tf mountain' was ori^mo. I'was  palled "down on to* him, * and so strong  .was the current tliat-1 could not move  the ropo from my shoulder,to put it  aroundjhim. Tlie only inotjkm 1 could  'make was a lateral ono wjth tho current. ...Placing, my hands'.,and knees  ngainst/him, i managed to move my  body/so tlia't my shoulder, o.nwhlch the  rope rested, was ndar the top of Gran-  ger's'uend. I moved so that it slipped  off, and by n great effort I guided it so  tb.nt lt went down over his head. He was  lying on1'lils back, and it wouid go no  farther,- but 1 managed to. Insert my  kriep between .hlm.npd^the masonry  bentnlh him, and this'enabled nie to  'slip tbo' ropo dowh'fic&rly to hts .waist.  By n tsucce^sion of.ef_oi*tff'f'I got Jti bo**  loiVJbotU'hands, ;sb(that when- moved  buck ^aguin toward' his arhipits lit-left  the arms free. ,- ,:  , ^lliu^.now done nil I could do.,. Tlior  question remained would, the rope  ������������������Uind the Btralntqf Jiotetlng him���������would  lie-live till tlils question was decided?;  As. to myself, only tbo first of these,  questions portnlned. I was in my full  strength.. Granger..just before my second descoht liii'd mndo a feeblo pull ou  tho cord.      , ,_trtii   '  ',  ^wJJgavftlho^Blgnai.ttndwnltod for tho  flnnl net In lho play for two lives' I  felt at������lralu on tho ropo under my  iirms'whicb Booifgrowtoboterrlflo. I  elgnnled on Granger's cordv Tho strain'  on mo censed, and tho ropo under him'  lightened. Vov a timo I,siy*<* ub movo**'  mo'ntilnjjlm; thon l/cbuld'dlscorri ono  ttliiillai'to tlio'mlriuto hand of a'clock,  flo was slowly sliding nway from ovor  lho hole, If ho wore removed undf J-o-  "mnlncd I'would bo sucked Into Ills  position.-     ' '.',''������������������  A machine on tho capstan principle  Iind been provided which would ouublo  llioso ab'ovo to piill \i's both tip If (lio  ;ropes would Htnnfl iho ittrnin,' I pulled  my own ropo nnd Grnnfcorto at tho  sumo time. Thoro wns n halt, nnd ln a  fow minutes tlio strain on both of us  rcoominoncod. Tho rapes sljnntcd, nnd  \vo vory filowly bogau io movo liorlzbn-  tfilly, I know from tho Btr'nju, which  wan lntonuoly painful, (hut only lho  ���������'���������tontout ropo could utnni}' It, Wo  moved fio slowly that I would not Imvo  known wo'moVcd nt all hud inot noted  our iJosUioijs in relation to tho masonry. ''Siiddooly tlio uppor part of our  bo'irefi',puii'flodbl**forid tho miction col-  limn, of Viitoi't, nnil *ho strain was per-  jcbptlbly lOBsened.' Thou lt diminished  n-r-ldtj*' aru\ irij'tlnjjin H*- rlp'o.  "��������� 'hinro*'wjw no Rhont whon we rpnehod  (ho surface., for It wan not known  whother wo woro nllvo or doiifl. Thoso  present soon Unpw, thnt I lived, for, I  mollpncd tMfff td nltond to Urnnfier.  Wbea.hjKrbolraet wuu unscrowed bin  wl/ft-#omovt'd it., ller bond dropped  ;9fnils breast,-and I know that ho waa  dotuli , .  No ono could do enough for wo ,to  thow appreciation of, tho risk I had  (nkon to nave n follow man. Wjieu  Mftbcl nnd T p.irtcd sho convoyed her  Ihnnks by n pressure of tho hniulwllh-  ont loo1flnf-f.fit mo. I henrd'nothing  from hor and did not go to seo hor for  inch n call. T.ot nny ono rending my ; ��������� r0nr. Tbo dny n������6r tho anniversary  ���������fory put hlmfjclf In my plnco nnd (ry \ ef her being mndo n widow I called  lo concclro how ho woitU too). I enn -upon her. What pnned between us I  enly any Hint nmong Ihe 'confiulon would not think of tropscrlblnir hore,  within mo thcrft was ijno predominant: but within n fow months she gnro mo  lentlment   1 won onuor to girt com-. my reword for my offort-bcrself.  him.  - .;. -The. littjo' girl whom I had befriend-  "���������d surprised me after Ibbiight by mak-  , ��������� Ing aface n't me.   Children are buMip-;  ���������;;'*'growii'mcii ithd wo men"; J and 1 suppose  "    my resenting lier llltreatment was like  , . ^    Interfering in fnmlly! feuds, for, every-  '���������' v'body  kitow** -tliat.' pVbtectioii';against*:  .   ,    tyranny iii tho case of thoso who are  .*  ;.foua-,qf^each,(Qther..ls liable to.j-csult  dis'iistroiisly to the protector.' itefraln-  '.   tug from-B}iow(iig any, feeling at tho  -.   girl's Ingrntitude,  1.walked off.with*  ���������* my b/inds In.my pockets, whistling a  i>v."i..tiitre to* make; it 'appear' that.it was a.  matter of no"consequence ������  ....  .-During-the rest.of my,school days..1,  ' bud the mortlflciition to experience the  ill will of boththls boy and ghi, both  otwbom seeined to have taken*a dis-;  'like to, me;A. it waa a period when we  , j-.jwi're , passing ��������� puf of childhood vinto  -;-<-yputhraiid for tbej severaii years re-  ^T^^^niiilning^Abefore���������Jw'e^A-flnlsLed���������SChoblu  A  noinethlng about the girl���������I knew not  ^:-.v,..Wlint���������,wus 'growing upon , me.    Her  .*������������������'_    tieutmeut of me pained me���������indeed, I  i wuujd have giVcn my best .tennis.rack-'  '���������/' et for -a sihlie1- from her.-,' Wlien,our  last term nt school wns. finished 1 found  ,   myself in love with .her.   True, I��������� wna  : .*   ��������� ^but sixteen years'oldJiind sho flftcfen,':  ������������������'���������.;������������������-'biitnny.experience'in the matter has:  -provpd.j.tUat-.the younger the person,  ,",( , tjio.uiore..violent,tho love. -,   >���������*,. ,  " *     it was very distressing for me to see  ���������A a girl'**wh'ot_*i: find befriended jnud'  whom! loved hot only, showing' repulsion for me, but Inylshing her ndmlra*;  tlou  upon" fhp'^bdy'"'whoso mallclbtis  \, ;-;trefltmcnt of her Thbd punished. -But/  .,,.y-.Iik*matters of tho heart ouo never-  knows whnt nA-.wom'an will do, and a  ' , (Minn Is not.much moro to*bo depended  '- ''-��������� tiptiri.-, Bb this its.' it may, I saw' my.,  love grow to womanhood lavishing her  affection .on, tlio person **-vbo hnd,out of  pn ro ci evil try s'liias'hcd' her dol I. i- think  thnt ns.ii4child her turning ngnlnst mo  ������' o- wtia nattifnl'.'"' Asa woman lt may havo*  ,   teen encouraged by niy rlvnl.  'Tnto'threw tlio (hrcoof us together'  ,.. l not o.tijy ns .children,' but nftcr wo Iind  " bei'ome-'-metT'uhd women.   Tho girl 1'  uecretly worshiped mnrrled my rival,       und-1 nttorided'their wedding, .though  ���������   ., riilher' ns' her 'giioBt"t1inu"lil9/ for niy  Intimacy wns. nlwnys rather 'with her  family thnn bls.^Thoro wns u'coldness  "between monhd him'thnt*'lioverworo-  o(T.   Whether his betrothed and nftcr-  ward hlfl wlfo suspected my feelings  ���������*,-��������� , 'or hor I did, not lcnot\v. ;But I, did  -,'*���������   . know thnt nfterhoi* hjhrrlngo -sifo trorit-  tu! mo 111,11 much mom.frloiidly manner thnn beforo.         *"    "   '  lt-      Abptit tho ,(lmo wo flnlsliod school  ;' .-" ������mV Vbro.'reniJ'My go to work a ship  tv (is sunk In tho harbor on which wo  lived, nnd dlyorawqrp sont down (p,  ;    . put tlio chnlus.u'ndifr,whereby to i:nlso.  hur. , Thero enn bo nothing mqrb, In-.  '    ' (ori-slliiB to'n'hby thiit? li'mu'n-dfc'aH'ed'  1   ,   In u-diving Biilt going niiilpr'-wnWi',  wlillo (lioHo nbovo pump 'nlr down to  him.   Wo hoyn wQr<D^eQOfitanUy on  linnd watching tho process, nnd tlio  cuiiHcipienco of It iill^vnH that isovoraJ  of us determined tb'ijdopt diving ns n,  trndo. V '"-;  ThU brings; mo (ot my telegram.   It  ���������wns from* Mnliel jGrnnger, tlio w!fo*of  'Aloe Grnngori tl(o two Iii whoso chlM-  (uh coiupniilonshlp I,, hnd : lutorforod  tunny yours boforo to my dlncomlltu'ro,  'Alec nnd Mind boon divers ovor stiico  we left school, ��������� and now he, "having  Iidoii cniifrlit in a diinfroroiis'position,*  , Ills wlfo hnd called on mo to, novo him.  During my Jqumey to Clnphaiii ( could  not drlvo from my mind tlitit^stonb in  tb������ school, Mabel standing with her  ,���������'   lipiulIcBH doll, hugged to hor;hospm;  ,  innklng n' fnco nt mo na*I moved awny,  ��������� ,    t .Viliiiw Aiw vr.ia i������rvii*ltiug tiio ditl oft  ' '* lilsTeldllica ^THi'tiTu'linndn. -' - ��������� -.  '.,.- Furthermore, Ihcro wnjj-ovcry,i^a<f(ri  to (iollo'v'o tlint-Aibat.I SKSVUMEriipon  to do I would do nt (liorlsk tff my.  . lifo.  If It wo ro an.onsy ninttor lo ro������-  nm Aire 0ranger I would not. hnvo  been summoned. I saw tn Mnbol's tolo-  fnim n cry foir help in her distress,  rnn glvo no Idon of niy feelings nt  entailing a loss of "several seconds* in  litiio after pini had been.taken.        ".  ,m. -..,    ...   .        , , -    ,   ���������   i.  Later,' to obviate  this defect, the  The thing that pur.?l?d ino-wjui \ntc-. t<ilegco.l10.,Vns'adjusted to tho nils of  the mother wood duck (Ms ,epons.a)   {]i     ^ by a*      tem 0,   d   ���������c,  managedtoge -her numerous progeny I movI     ^ nnd d       ln -rilson    ,lh  down.froin tho r lofty cradle nnd upon -,h  ffUlf(tll0Usll detocbed from ,t, nia  2?. tf!?!*1"^-  lnurlng th^'   r   0f &u'r_e wu a great miprov.ement,  v St .m���������weJ.n,n y, *������TTCr 6������m* ^ut there were sUll grave.prncUcnl do*  tvery eminent ornithologists have won- ���������������-.���������*���������  dcred about* thelmattcr as welj. '"^.y  * After a' five mile ptJll one -hot-Juno  .foots. .    -.   ,  1 * Well, along In the early nineties non-  day I let my hoat lie in the shade ol   i*S"JSSTU!!:Jr SS? "S^SS������ S  ioioo lofty cbU'onwoods that gre'w-Jpn !f������"Tiu" itf i _^il������ ^ ui  the lake shore,'While flay back-nmV'^' bullt ,Iko a ulcdIura slzc<1 1Icr  watched the- play- of shadows ou -ths  calm water. '   ,. .  '.A spla'ph tear by attracted toy-attention, and I looked round to see a moth'  er wood duck just' alighting;   There-'  was 'a little pn*������,byv h'er side, ,but I'flKl,  uot sec how It got there..  In a mo-,  meut the old duck rose, circled a^feWi.  times to gain altitude, nnd "made 'direct for a hole in a largo" dead tree" a  fow rods away. : The hole was at^e't^t  sixty' fcet.frbm thd ground.   The arick  squeezed her body through the opening -nff-'f-tifflifoearcd.  'Shp'cam'o'bacl^  In a few, Dements wllh a duckling in  her moulh.   After.resting for a moment shdrifeame sailing down and placed this tjaby bcsldo tjie first. .^On^-nft-  6r n^iothtr-she carried dowirvtiie ojottre.  brood of ;eleven ll^le'jrellow^n'&d plack  fluffy baiisl. Theyifl_ppod-.,tJfelr_Vlny  wings and'fluttered In tho water as If  that.\V?cro.,iiot..,tlJo fli'^t- tltn^sthey,-hap.,  .ey.eribecu in pvylinminV, ; .* ky,   ' ,1- A ���������  The mother duck returned'once more  to ."the tl'-s*^, to i^akexSijr.eJhat^h^.had.  not bverloolced One,*caine'.ba*dk,vplal'e'i'  herself at the head of the procession.'  called -softly- to' her -bables!'and' swam"  nway'".fql]qwed;*by the entire, family  In single file.    '       * '. ���������" *'* ;  , ,A \Q^IN^^|LOSbPHEp.  H������ Deftly-Turned". His; Little -.faults  Into'rteaI .Virtues.  Ih Augu'sti Strindberg's -'Easter"' (a''  play) and Stories," translated from ,|.he  Swedish 'by Velma Swanstbri.'Ho.warft-  is a quaint "bit of conscience .easing  reasoning by a matter of fact!-philo-  Bophical   photographer.    He"   had   a.  culcs, quiet mannered, but a bulldog ln  the football Held, interested himself ii\  the study.,of optics.   Naturally enough,-  Ills thoughts' wore directed to fho de-''  fcctlve lenses of the gun telescopes.'  ,rhe. lenses broke when tiie guus were  fired; therefore It was necessary to Invent a nonbreakable lens.' ' ' '   ������������������  Ono day years later, while stationed in Washington, Muslin called a fow  of bis brother, oOlcers to- the window"  near his 'desk oh tlie second floor of a  building'in tho navy yards.   He show-  ed*'them>il' lens-with a metal band,-  "shrunk"' around, its   clrcumfcrfince.  'Jrhen- he'c/pened the window and deliberately threw the lebs with all'hls  might upon the,-.brick'' phyement* be-  ;lowi:TThefo,tlierff;kiiow'of iiis pot hob- ���������  ';by*npd {houfeht ._e.-. bad ^lvcn It up in  ;dlsgitst and'fiadfaken this way of tell-.  Ing I'hem'so. '*'. But lie put on', liis hat, lit  a cigarette and bnde..,tbem followhlih.  !H& l'ed tb$m d^v^'th^ stairs amid1 con-  Biderable^jokliig^an'd" but' to., the ..spot,  where .the lens lay���������on the pnvenicnt  tlie'-*.������lnJ5s'i..B*a3 unbroken.^  tliofone  great defect 'of th*rtclescopo:stght*hnd^  been ovcrcbme>' iind Mustin" had made.  possible'/tbe'jo^g  range giiunef**  of  tlib-modern'iiavy.AThe^hud of'the lit-'  tie glass disk'- with its' metal .collar  upon 'the..brick-' pavement" was' "ho'slg-  ;liar."for-J.'thfe/nalipns .to begin to .build  their Abreadnoughts.���������American' Maga-  partner, who posed as a,real, a faultless, philosopher.. But this matter of  fact chap was "fulljof little"eccen'tricl-"  ties. For instance, lie smoked' tobacco,  all day long; lie could never! learn .to  close a. door after him; he stuck tho  knlfo into his month' Infet'ea'dlVf- the  fork; he went nbout in the'.h'duse with  his hat on; he manicured his mills in  the middle of the ^teller, and at night-,  ho bad*t*ybave'threo,miigs of ale. Efo  was full of faults."   (  To his faultless partner the matter  of fact ono' thus Justified his shortv  eo'niiugB'.\--*Just 'conslder'l. I "do ,'ubt  drink to excess, therefore I attend to  the business/   I 'don't,* steal, ��������� I neVor  speak ill of you, I never complain, I,  never turn .white into, black, I'm'never,  uncivil to customers,, I rlso'crirly In  'dip Diorning* I,'trim my malls to keep,  tbo doyeropbi* clean,. I 'keep my hnt on  my head,so as,not tp shJfd.hnlraqn  - lho pinto, I smoke tobacco to clear tlio  Htmosphero   of ' poisonous , fumes, ��������� I  leavo tho doors ajar:'*ib nvdld making  a noise ln tho atelier, I drink nio at'  night spins nof to fall into {lib whisky  habit, and I shove my knlfo Into''my,  month-to avoid sticking myself with  tho fork."  ."Verily, thou art a;great philosopher," said' tho "parin'er.    "Now  wo  shall bo-friends, and thus we'll mako  'headway."- '     ���������'���������-������������������  Bound to Hit 8'ometliIn(j,  Thoro is a cross eyed mnn in Clove-  land who,Is on enthusiastic tuhp nlioot-  ,er; furlhormoro,.b,o Is nn oxport. nis  irocord l-rnjlhlng-'-tb bo proiid bf.A Ono  day Inst nuttimn a nervy friend ventured .to,,quostion him thus:   ."���������  "Yon nro so horribly cross eyed.that  1 don't seo how you aro hblo to shoot  straight/'  "I'll tell yon my secret.   I -squint  along Uio left barrel vrlth my right  oyc, and I^qulnt along tho right barrel  with my loft oyo"~  "Yos?" x- 0  "And thon .1 fire both bnrrolfl."-  Clpvelnnd rmin poller.  ; .. u���������ij*..     '. ������������������  Courts of Love.  ������������������Coin'!* of lovo" woro established In  (ho mlddlo ngen, when chivalry wns nt  Its height and love tlio serious oqcupa-  tlon bf lifo' u'mohg tlio hlghor clnss br  Bocloty.  Tho.- llrnt "court of lovo" was  established in (lio. soulti of Franco In  tbo.twelfth century und was composed;  of knights, po'etn n*nd lndles,,n^rtlioIr;  floclBlons" on subtle'quoBtlons' conribctetV  ....M ,.,,.,,,a or uiu i.ki.i*. uciu ilicii  wllh cronl; forwnlHy, ;  LOfJG' HAIRED MEN.]-  They  In1  Caused  a   Vigorous . Protest  r- Massachiisettsjln 1649. ��������� _  The,.follbwing���������protest signed, by Jo;,  -6eph-En'd!cottrgovernorrT.horfla3-Dtid'������-  lejv deputy" governor; ltlcliard Belling-  ham, Richard Saitonstall, Incren'so  No'well, William Hibbins; . Thomas  Flint, Robert Bridges and Simon' Brad-  street was published in Massachusetts  in-16-19:   .    -      ,   ' .;   ,   ,,  "Protest, against wearing .long hair.,  of tho governor, etc., of Massachusetts:' / .... , . J '.:v-'*,.,; *'1-'"'  1 i."Forasmuch; as, the wearing of .long  halr.-nfter tho manner of Jtusslnnsand  barbarous Indians, has begun to 1n-  ,vvado, Ne^'.'-^ugland, cqnlrary to the  jrule/of God's'*wor'd, whiphjsnys lt Is.a  shame.for1 man to' wcaiylbng hair, as.  .rtl^o ,tho 'coitomendablp custom' goner-,  ally of.all the godly of'all'qur nnU'on,  until withlh those .few years:   '',-:'  "Wei tlio magistrates, .who Iir��������� signed this paper,-for the shewing-of onr  own Innbconcy in' this behair; Ho do-  clajre and manifest our dislike and do-  tostntioningnlnst tho weniing of such  long hulr, ns against-a Ihlug miclvll  nndj/uumnaly, whereby, men' doo de-*  forriib,themselves and offend sobecnud  .modest men, nnd doe corrupt good manners. We dob therefore' earnestly lit-,  treat j-,11 tho elders of this Jurisdiction,  na often ns thoy shall' seo cniise, to  manifest their, zeal agnlnst it ln llielr  iitihllc ndiiiintsti-nUons,' nnd to tnko  enro thnt tbo members pf tholr respective churches be not delllcd thorpwjjh;  thnt bo, such an prove ohsllniitb, iind  will not roformo thompolves, mny liavo  God and,mnn to witness,ngaliiRt tliem.  /rho, third mouth, 30th day,; iwo."      ,  ��������� , /  ;The Stranger, ������������������" ,', <���������  A stranger knocked nt a ma't (loor-  aw) (old lilm.of nfortuno.to lie inlide.  '  "tJml" sfilil" tlio mail, "it'unpon'rti  iljnt coiisklomblo effort will ho In-  volvwli"     ' ' *���������      ���������"���������������������������.  "Oh, yes," snid lho stranjor; "yon  wlll pass many alccpliuia uiglila und  tollsomo days|"  ���������'Uml" Hiiid tlio man. "And who ore  you?"  "1 nm culled Opportunity.'*  "Uml" wnld tho man. "Yon call-  yourself Opportunity, lyu you look llko  hard work'to mo."  And tie slam mod thu door.-Pltt.i-'  burgh Vest.  AN ARCTIC .'ADVENTURE.  /���������    '.  ,  ,   ,  Nansen's' Daring  and  Perilous.0 Swim  For Hie Drifting.Boats.  Among,tho perilous ndventure's'ot  (ho Nausen arctic expedition was the  narrow escape, of Nausen nnd Johan-  sen .ou'. their return Hip to'the From  lifter their unsuccessful dnsh for tho  pole. After many months oMinrdshlp  a narrow channel opened lu the Ice,  ������nd they launcbetTtlie two light kalaka  lhat they had carried on their sledge*!  formbro than a year. A few days nft-  erwaitV disaster nearly put nn end to  lho expedition. The incident is related  In "Tho Siege aud' Conquest of the  North Pole," by Mr. George Bryce.   ' A  In the evening' their, legs' felt stiff  with, sitting in tho kninks all day, nnd  they Inndod ou the edge of, the ice so,  lhat they might stretch them a llltlo.  After* tho kulaks, which wero lashed  together, had been moored by tueansi,  of one of tho braces' they-ascended a  liummock close by nnd had been standing there oi\ly r moment when .lobnu*.  sen raised tho cry that the kulaks wen  adrift.  They ran to the edge of the Ice, but  tho boats were already n UtUo wny off  find ..wero drifting quickly. The position was ti terrible one,"for all they  possessed wns ou. board. Nansen at  once threw off somo of his clothing,  handed his watch to, Joliansen- and  sprnng' Into the icy water. lie knew  that if-tho boats were lost it meant  death to lilm and Ids compunlon. At  lirst .it. seemed more than doubtful,  whether lib could jiiaungb to rog*iln  Uiem. ��������� *When lie'got tired ho turned  over.and swam ou bisJbaek.J At length  bo gained Ja .little" anil redoubled his  exertions.,     A,' '      ",���������'" ������������������'*'..  By this time Nansen felt his limbs  stiffening and losing ull feeling. His  strokes became more and more feeble,  but the distance from the. kninks.became* shorter, and nt last ho was able  to-grasp'a snowshoe -that lay across  the steins. He now tried to pull himself up, but his body Ayas so stiff with  cold that he could not do so, -Aftur'a  little he munnged to'swing one'leg up  to the edge. of. the sledge that was  lashed io tbe deck and then raised the  rest of bis'body.   They were saved!  "Willi "some' difficulty lie paddled the  kaiaks, back to Joha'nseu, "whp admitted  that those ;Were the Worst moments ho  -iiad-'cvcr lived- through. ..Johansen now  pulled off/Nansen's .wet clothes, put on  Jhe' few dry ones they had lu reserve,  (Ipreaii the sleeping.-bag upon-the Ice  and covered Nansen with the sail and  everything he could/find to.keep out  tho' cold. The next .day Nansen - was  "il l^jghrtgalnT^nnc^  they pressed forward biico more on,tlie"  march' that finally, brought tliem out bf  ��������� the arctic. * '*  ...  A Chilly Forecast.  The earth Is growing; in bulk on account bf the meteoric dust that falls oii  IL* It-has recently beeu estimated that  100 tons fall dnily over the'-surfneo of  the globe, and that millions'-of,, years  hence this, will hnvo Increased, the  thickness of the earth considerably.  This would-havo,a tendency, to bring  us closer to'the sun, But centrifugal'  force is augmented at,the satne time iu  greater-proportion and counteracts-thl.1  tendency; consequently tho earth would  be swept awny from the sun, with lho*  result (hnt its distance from that body  would bo considerably augmented,  This Ih 'spokeii of ns having possibly  happened to some of the larger outer  planets, notably Jupiter, in tho remote  .past".���������lli-trpor'a. ;  '' Milk ahd Minister**!  . Milk bbonmo a very Important part  of the food ot families In tho colonlnl  tlnys of' the eighteenth' century. In  1728 ������ discussion took place In ,tho  .Boston newspapers as to tlio expenso  br keeping n family of "middling figure," ..Thoso -.writers nlf. nnmnd only  hrend itnd milk for breakfast und sup-  por. As cows" increased In number,  milk, of course, .become moro.frcquent-  ly usjiil. Jtcv. Mr. IIIggliiMon In 10.10  wroto'tbaX^iillk eosf-ln Snlcih but h.  'p'eniiy a1- quart, whllo another minis,  lor, John Cotton.' snid Hint .milk nnd  ministers woi-o the only'things cheap  In Now Knglnnth-American Cultivator,  '.,'������*-"' Th������ Q������rmar������ I -anti Y-u. i--  It hi Btirprl-tlngiwhpn'nhy'ono-'tnkrtf'  lho troublo-(onotlco how manylcltorj  boi^ln' with Hip pwnpim ���������"J." -To Ocr-  mnhs ilil.-i' Iti egdUntichl.'aiul tlieir cti-  qtiotto in loiter writing forbids it. It  Is probably On lho flinno principle tlint  thoy wrlto 1 (Jeh) always with n mnall  letter nnd yon <8le) xylth ft cnpltnl, ro-  versing.tho Rngl^h custom.  ���������   ��������� -     ��������� 8h������ A-H^ssJ.   ��������� ��������� ""  Wlll "-The M������ht of nn old schoolmito  Ij-cr-woll, It might ho rolled both  nunt and drink.  norttm-Voa; (hnf* whnt y/ip.mMi  umjnllr do In Ui6'clrcuin������Uneo������n   A  "UhV  "ir������ct una diluk.**  * frenzhd -Arlthmetla. '  Thrce-yenr-old Amy, who had a very  lively littlo brothor, wns -bolng .put  Ihropfih n lesson in qi'ItliuiQlio Ii.v her  unplo. Sho hud succcfisfullyy'nddcd ono  a,Ui one, tfut stuck nt two nnd ono,  "Your mnmmn," snid hor'unolti, "hns  lw,o children, ��������� if sho had ono moro  what i-fjii/d'tliut uinkci"       .* * *  -,'Oh,*.' ,crlcd Amy, "thnt would mako  my' ma/nmn cwnzyl"���������Woihnn's Home  Co'rnpniilpul             .. v...  .,   .,   -~ "- :��������� ��������� -iv ���������-.  ; A -Osulla, nii-il,  "I'm hungry," gold tho out of ft Jo.  tragedian,  "Well," ial!l (bo kind lienrtcil ft)  mn-hagor, "enn't I glvo you something  lo uppenso your linoffer?'' , '  "Surely," ������nhl tho actor. "I IibIIoto  I'd'prefer a tow dates." ��������� St. touls  t-ost-DIopntCn.  ������l  Mlitskin Identity, ,  Mr������. ntnpcck (to her pet flc*$V--Cio  it������tl Ho down tbor*l fler ��������� TTiixbnnd  f������?oinlHi"nMtUyf-XVIiit'.aw you VfUh,  my iwcet llttli wlf������t������7llog������n4t Blit-  lor.  ���������   Knew ths Symptoms,  ' "Doctor, my htishniid lu losing his  mind, I fonr.-'IIo continually mtimbltw  nud mutters to himself."  "In it pbfcslblqr  "Yes: ho muttors to himself, nnd  wlien you spent' to him lui, stares at  you blankly."  "I know whnt tho trouble Ib," said  Iho doctor, smiling. "Ho Is mp.morl7.lng  iiome lc-dgo work. I belong (6 tho name  todgo."���������T.outsvIUo Comior-Jo'amnl.  BRITISH AMAZONS  Women Who Could Pull an Oar,  With the Best of Men.  WON FAME ALL OVER EUROPE.  Ann Glanvilln ind H������r .Champion* Not'"  Only   Beat .Their Own Countryman,  , but Wept to Havre and Outrowed"  Half a Dozen Crack French Crews,  In the boat races that have froni ���������  time Immemorial he������n rowed on tho  Uninonzo, tho estuni-y ot tbe Tama;  nnd tlio Tnvy thnt forms part of the  bnrbor of Plymouth, the' woineu ot  Saltash have often dlstiiigulshcd t tic nisei vos... In "Around uud About Stlltnsh!'  P. IC. B. Porter writes of Ann (Sinn--  vllle, whose nmnzonlan fonts of oara-  mnnshlp mndo tier fnmoiis nil over l_u- '  rope! ��������� ������  "Some sixty or seventy yours ngb tin  crow of Salt ash women wus often seen  uot ouly on tho Hnmonzo, but wherever  uquntlc sports wero hold. Jt wns not  often that Aim und the crcw^lhnt she  stroked were benleii in a mntch���������never  by other women.  "They eoni'irted for prizes nt null,  Liverpool, Portsmouth nnd Dartmouth,  nud it must not be supposed tbat it  crew ot men ever yielded.thu palm out  of masculine courtesy, for,.ns. n mutter of fnct, tho meii did not nt nil relish  being beaten by a,-'parcel of feninles.'   ���������  "Jn some of these contests Mrs. Ear- ���������  rlc.t Screech, n daughter of Ann Ulna.  ville, who Imd fourteen children, rowed with her mother. As she wns the  youngest member of the crew s-li**  pulled bow par, tho least arduous post  In the boat ���������������������������",'  "Once this crew, rowing a mutch nj  Fleetwood  In ,the presence of Queon  Victoria., gave'the men so sound a bent- ������  ing that her majesty usked to have ~*  Anu presented to her.   .';���������'' A  "Etowevor, the most, famous event .  of-Ann's life took place InJlSjO, whim  Captain-iiiissell-of "H.nM: S. Rninswlcb ,  suggested to her that she and her crew  should go to Havre,to tbeVeghttn there  nnd challenge the Frenchmen, n pro-  pushi to which she readily assented;     ,'  "W'ben (be Frenchhicn heard of tin  challenge from les Anglalses de Salt-  asho they shrugged ��������� their shoulders,  ior they ��������� scarcely regarded It as se-  rlous. A-nd when tho women appear-  ed.In their whit'e,*frlllcd'cap's prinked  Ur-necRX-f-ry Initructluni.'  "Now, Tommy,'- ������:ild his mother, giving her'final Instructions beforo ho loft  for tho party, "romombor. If yon'ro  nsko<V to hnvo' aomothlug you want  you roilSt say, 'Yoo, Ihunk you,' and  If you dop't'want lt"-  Tointny rnlsod his linnd;  "That's all  ri|*lit, inn,'' ho BU^-i "you nctiun't liolt\>  or about that part of it."  - .:.   .:,-���������,  ���������* -    ,��������� "    ���������  ... Evolution of th* Moftg������o*.  "Farming  piotlioila  hnvo changed,  1111*1 feU \ llll-".V i * ....  "Vop," replied Funner CorntoMOl.  "Now a mnn think, ho't unlacky If hi  linn lo borrotv money oh hlo plnco,' 11 n  lined to think ho wan lucky If ho woi  nhlo to/'-Wnshlogton Stnr,  out with blue ribbons,- ln their ehorl  pettlconts and white dresses, with blue c.  neckerchiefs .tied sover the shoulders  nDd crossed..beltInd the back, they look--  ed puzzled.  "The challenge,of tho Khgllshwomen  created n ,stir not only lu Havre, bul  for miles along the French coast nnd  for, many leafiiies inland too. And In  England tho greatest interest was  aroused. . *    '  "Wlien the day of tho regatta came  there-wns ii'vnst concourse of peopli  to witness the contest .'Every quay,,  hilltop und housetop from which arvlew  of the course could be bad was etwd-  fd. Every one was on tlptoo of ex-  pectntlon.l 'Ilcforo tbe "start tho Salt-  a.sh crew had a pull, round 'to nbow  themselves.' -Their-steady'stroke, tin  way In which tbey bent their backs to  their work nml the perfect enso and  graco with which lliey pulled made  tho French oper^ their eyes.  "Ann nnd hor crow hnd not the-best  start possible, nor nt first did they  havo tho iidyniituge. Five minutes nftcr the,start six boots were alieud ol  them. But thoy "soon tested their op-  pouorits' , nerve. Ann, who had tin  elroke o������r, gave tho word:  '"Bend your bncks to. lr, maidens,  and.burrah.-for old Englnndl*  "Ouojjy ^ife, with n cheer from old  ,'Ann, tnoy paused tho six bouts. Al  Inst they ilrovo their boat:, with tho  ���������.British colojf Hying g-jyly at tho fore,  hi to the lead, It wns. a long courso  iind n hard' pull, but they soundly  thrush nd tho Frenchman., Aiinnudlict  'maldtuiH' bontthein hy 100 ynrdH. Tlio  luemborH of thla famous crew wi>r������  Ann Olnnvlllo, llnnict Ilosking, ,lnno  noQRQ nnd Atnclln Loo, A mnn acted  ���������s coxswnln,  "Mrs nnuoD was so elated nt ths  tlclory that on reaching (ho commit--  too .boat sho plunged Into: tho wntcr,  dlvod under, tho vcshcI uud came up1  with n dripping nml drooping cap on  tho ojiposlto Mile,  "Ann (lluiivlllo died In'1880, at tin  ���������ro of clghty'llvo, ilignlftcd, vlgorou*  und hnnd'-oniu to tho lout. Her character was summed up hy it neighbor  In these words;  '"Her wn* linncst to n farthing.c!m_  *t a smelt nnd kind hearted as i  queen,;"  Ron to the Ocoailon,  ���������T)o you know, Ml������������ Dootie.*)," anlii  tho earnest young manr "that If out  woro on Blrliis tho orbit of tho earth  vrjiild look just ubout tho slzo of ���������  GlitfC Villtf"  , "1 beg .your pnrdon, Harold,*1 sh������  fliittew. "1 wns musing for the moment- nnil did not catch everything you  sold, hut I licftrd you any nomothllna  i'   i   ,,   *  ' -j ������     .' i i      ,     .������ ������������������      '*���������'*.  Tost  Well aohoolit).  Cnpmln - Snpposlnjr lho liarricks  wero to calch fire, wbnt call wonld  jron-sound? Trumpeter (nowly Joined)  -rSare, sorr, I'd sound tho "cwit* flro.'-  -London Pun������*;b.  '��������� ���������      ��������� -"���������"'������ .i I,  Who rises every tins h������ fnlhf wll\  .iiometlmes rlso to stsy.-Morrla.  i The Stierlnu Commlttie,  \ Tteielstry Cl������rk-lt li tieccssury fof  nio to nnk (ho mother of lho brido li  iho has nothing to sny beforo I proceed with tlio ceremony, Voico ol  ���������Mother (In baekgrouiuD-All I hare (<>  say tc tbst if I hadn't hnd ft cood <1f.it  to 'my filreafly <h-i������y niver would hfai\  lfttided hero.  U It wir-s poiilbli to btt)\ torrow by  ���������*tt*?\i -' ff^id wirt Ihi p:Ii������4 thai  I ititf'.- iftpY-iOC^tr*-    ��������� ___Mkfc*ii-,fe4'iS^i  .A-St \ ' t. c* .* '���������s5_.*i������w_'t k_ ;jr;>i:  ^tft3.-s^-ifa***-*^---tftii^--������H"fc^^ .-i if-ri^vrtl-tn,*. i. ,iw>wL-tf.Mt*w^^������-S>i������'  ytvr.tr*, .r.WMMgfryifr rf,;^  m^dJ^^mmssmsmBBmsm  wmmmm.  't  r' *������  IilflOLiEUlWS  OlftliLiPflPEHs  URGE CUHTfllfiS  ~ ~i~A.NI)   NOTICE.   '    :'    tuining 100 acres "more   or less  MVftTT.K   liONNRTTK, Applicant  -.;; ��������� Tom Mntier, Agent.  Dated Jitnuary. 3rd,.1913. A  ���������N"  HW STOCK, bf the above in well assorted patterns  and..desiK'ns at POPULAR PRICES ���������',. _���������_ ��������� _^_"  Our stock-oi Furniture, House-furnishings. Beds, etc.,. V is always  complete and prices,the best.     "���������'���������  Try a Fa\ycet( Range ; they  are  always satisfactory.  Vancouver Land District  Dislricl of.Sayward  TAKE NOTICE*that' Myrtle  Hunnctto, of Vancouver, oc������upa  titnu nurse, intends lo -apply   for  p(*rii)is?ion to pur������hfl60 * the  foi.  lowing   de.-vinViu'd   Inntis:���������*'Com-  :i-'  i '!  n  McPhee  mock, a. MoKINNON  Cumberland  juioueing at a "p'tei". 'plaiHtnl and  marked tlie noi'ih-woe*. corniM of  lot 58:1,; ���������tliynco east -IO cliainB,  iiOJih 40 chain-*. . thenco west *i0  ���������oiiains ihoiici- south 40 , chains  to point of commencement;  eon-  A match doesn't think with Us  head. ' When you use' it, your  head has to do all, the thinking.  Don't trust the match .to -fall  where it cannot start a fire ���������d  thus make you responsible The  progeny bt'matelies���������cigarette or  ttigsr stubs and camp ffres-have  no lilinda at all. Do not trust  thom, either. Do the thinking.  Put them out.     ;      ,,  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,5Gp,Q0q  MONEY ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, ^en^'*"f   :  ��������� Spensle melhod-of remitting small sums of money   ���������]*������ <**������;   ;  navoble without charge at any1 batik in Canada (except m the Yuicon  KrUoryTnnd^J, the principaVcities of the United States, are,,ssued at ;  '1  i J  ���������1.  the following rates * ������ ���������������������������  $5 ond under ���������"��������� ,?.   ������ .  Over   ,5 ond not exceeding $10    ������  ti    jIq      ������"-,        <*        y30 JO  7, it    30      " "' -BO" .-..���������'10  ii  tt  as  ���������Much Wanted  kn are Here  >*������^**>!?_''*"WA***^*-^^ shp*  ���������MV^WMW  Mair Charged   With   Murder   ol  i- Consf.-.Uie    Wostnway oWill  "Stand Trial  at Nanaimo  Assize Court.    ��������� ���������  "  llonrv Ferguson . and "."William  (Jt*'i:,ii/who   at   a    prelimiuory  tearing iii Cumbeiland-. Wednes-  'any,   woe-commitle^   to ' stand  .Jrial   at.ths*   Nanaimo'   'Asshhjb;  t-"ergnson for the murder of Oon-  "-.1 aide Westaway,   and Julian  for  Winer an accomplice wore brought  for tlie purpose of niuijtUuing two  men and committing a robbory.  Ferguson is well pus ted on the  ���������B C. waters and on'Puget Sound.  Ilo talks about Lulu Island, l-'rus-  er river and Bring Merge island.  Ferguson is nn.cx->,convict and  is wanted iti Island county for  burglary, 'and liis capture is o  tho utmost importance on account  of the crimes he has committed  and for those he threatens to com,.  i  in it. . * v     "  1 am   very  anxious to get this  jnan and will  appreciate  any in  formation -vhich  may lead to   his  arrest.    * *  Write   any information at   my  MAROCCHI BROS    ^  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND, BOTTLING, WORKS  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  Bl,o_ld be mad, by mean* of our SPECIAL.FOREIGN DRAFTS tfrf MONEY  CUMBERLAND BRANCH...... ;..,.W. !. WHITS, ManaB"  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  *       Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  ll!t'liaKliMI!l..lM^  ifemtfp  iatttt  VICTORIA, B. C;  to tlm city yesterday  by Provin   ^pense  ��������� cial police  ��������� Ferguson .will be incarcerated  iji'tho"local jail awaiting trial  \vliih- Julian was taken on ,tb- the  ���������V^ctoria-j-dKyesterday-afternoon,.  then* to remain until  tlio Assizes  opf-n. ���������    ���������     .  - That tho police of British Col-  * liavo made an important .capture  iii the arrest of the two.men is ev.  ���������'   ideuced by the tenor of   circular?  ��������� .fiMit out broadcast by the Amori-  r.i.i uuthoritids seeking tlie appro-  Ill-union of the two outlaws. One  nfthe circulars referred to which  'llm local police received some  lime ago reads as follows :        *  BUKCrLARY  ���������WanleJ  for Postofticp, Store and  .Launch Burglary   ���������  ���������   The ]iostomce at  Langley, on  Whidby    Island,   .Wnsh.,  ncroBi*  "*" from Everett, was rohbod on  the  ' ni-^ht of July 15, 1009,  and   the  fh-'u looted of .8170.80.    Admi.s  ��������� b:;o wuh gained with' skeleton key  -mill combination of tho sale work-  fill nr had not beeu locked,  The burglary was committed  liy Henry Kergueon, John Meii,nald ami Nels J, Jorgenson.  McDonald ancl Jorgouson ^ jyere  ' utpiuro(ih FerguHon is still at  lariru  MAUKUS WANGSNESS,  Sheriff of Island County,  Conpaville, Washington.    .  ���������Nanaimo Herald, March 14th.  Real Estate and Insurance,  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers; "  We have a large number of enquiries for acreage in  , Comox Valley ���������   ifyou have anything  to Bell,  LIST'  with'us,*    '-.���������/������������������ .;./���������'���������;  ,-..*��������� *-^..-;,  We are AUCTIONEEFS  SEE,US if you want n sale and we.wilUirange ,oue.      the shortest  ���������jr^ jnssibl^notica-nnii-get-the-BEST-KlUj���������EU^���������^_J_  COURTENAY,        J      0.  ������������������   '���������  GOVERNMENT ST.  '���������;���������   ; ...Complete Slock of '-Ye Olde Firme'.'  Co.  3_asE_E__a___3a___fi  Dominion Pian6s, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, 6rampphorics;and Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LISTS.  .    , ~ Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  Lots or Acreage for  0 y ,       c  which will trade some  Stock" in a Vancouver  Financial Co., that is  earning Twelve per  cent. Property must  be unencumbered, .  Address, X 496,  Cumberland News,  Cumberland, B. Q,.  TENDERS  "PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT"   ;  l   '  r-  ���������     .   \  -y i* 1  OTICE is hereby given that the List  of Voters for the Comox Electoral,.District has been Cancelled,, and th'_tt application to be placed on the Voters' List will  be received at" my   office   at   Cumberland,  *       11, .  where printed forms of affidavit to  be used  in support ,of an application to vote will be  I     809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  1,.   ���������, - .--.'������������������ - - ....   ... .���������_     --*,. **.-_    .... .,-- ���������  g���������-��������������������������� ���������������������������    ���������    ,    y-������    yj-   - -   . _.   ;'' .-.'   , ���������'.../'"���������  ^'y ������������������_..,.. ^������������������  ffliiiia-iiiiiinniiin-^iiDHiaannnn^  MaanggHW^>HMHWMn-_M-__H������H_I_M_--MnU--^^ '  A������uuuu!iuioin^  I Capitai.Pttid Up $ 11,500,000! s Keservo $12,60O;OOO ������  I   The Royal Bank of Canada, ..-���������  DRAFTS  ISSUED  IN ANY��������� ��������� CURUKNCY,  PAYABLE   ALL  OVER   THE   WORLD.       ,  ;  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAYIXliS ACCOUNTS & interest  ut highest Current RniM allnwed on I>< poniiK of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Dully.'.'  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,   Sub-Brach, Opon Thursdays      .  - P. M. JVl6-RR������SQIS*T'������ Marmjgetv   ���������*.  COUTtTENAY,   B.O,   Branch,   Opon Daily.  ,      WM. HOFP, Manna-ger.  nauuunnt^ntmitttomiiKimramHUiraronrmiauw  Water IMrnto Honry Ferguson,  hIiiik >,.Jh������1c tho I,,lyiiigT)utcl|HimuM  *\wn) do������'.rij)li*m ^ ft3 followB!���������  AK-v 80. hni^ht 5 Fcot 10 Inches;  li-iir ilmk   fti������'l   ������������'iy   l,e  " littlt1  j^iey; ������ytt  etuul   grey;   uml ium  o.������u|il������xioii;   wuight   about   \S\f  piviiuilB; a littlo bow U"RK������.i   -*"'1  h ii Utile stooped,   Wutor plrati-i  wvnvi hluck cup when in bout nnd  liirht colprocl civnvasa hftt who* on  ���������"-liiii-e.    Is gonornlly nrmc-tl with n  1 l-iiiilihro C������iUfi rovolver and enr-  liort it'iu hiu- right hip p'tckot, nml  :���������. (li.iitilc-'"iTi'''h,d   fihotj_Min  with  J7.i-.ch U'im-h    lie hns ti \(\-h.  ) )ii^, square and   copper  jminto-J  ) out with dick forward and aft. 3  In������iVpower ff-iBoVnu uiiKino.lMilr-  ii������  mako,   muail   -sit-i), no   cnhin  v don last soon, but mny hhve ro  am ho soon ut the Govormneiif  Olliee, Coiwt Houso, For furth-  ������r pnrticul.'irp, npply to any trus-  too of Cuinburhwd l^ihlic School.  Tetidere to bo midrcssed to  T, JI. 0A11EY,  St'c'y Hoard of School TriiBtoos  P. PHILLIPPS HARRISON  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  i  TENDERS will bo roceivod np  to March 22nd, for tho coiiBtruc- '  .!*.       ,**,      v Y ' r 1������:.������:������rv    fr*.  iionor n soptic tank at Public supplied.    The hit of persons   claiming   to  S-hooi.  rung and specifications voj-e wj]j |)e   suspended from and after   tlie  7th day of April,. 1913,, and a Court of Re-  vision will.be held" on 'the 19th day of  May, and notice cf objections to the insertion "of any names on the Register of Voters must be given to me 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  DUNSMU1R AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  NOTICE  NOTICE 18 HKHEBY GIVEN tint  moc-Unj* of tbif* Provinoinl AgrlauHnr-kt  Coramifl-ion wlll bo held at th-> following  pli.cefi',���������  ������>iKU1UjO���������*|.<-. ii it- i������t *>i ������, "*> ������������������"��������������� ���������������'*  (-,!;'. C'ilj' JIaJJ.  r������rk*v;llo~Aprn ISKi.lOu. m. Airtl-  coltuml Hill,  All-i-ml-Aprll 1Mb, 101, ra.. nud !MW  pan.; April 10th, 10 i.m., Co art Hnuo*.  Uoiutomy���������Apni inn imd Imh, tu u.  m. nml 2.80 p.m. of both lUyi, Agrloultn-  =V. B0J10Hft=  Manufacturer of MINER AL WATER  3P. 0. BOX _88  PHONE 80....  CUMBERLAND  IF YOU GET IT AT  PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  r." ,   al Hull.  |.nintcd   tho boat.   I-urguflon   isi   DUncal,-.Aprll 2Htand*2-2n<l,10B.m.������  pt-olinbly rt-COiiijirti'it'(J I')' ������  ������������nn nnd ..30 p.m. of boih������lnT������.Ciurtnouw.  l.y tli������������ nnmo of Win. Julian, 'lefi.    The Co-.-i_l.ron *lll henr ���������vI-Jcdm oo  f'-ihud iu iollows:   ll������'i};bt nbout  Ti f.Yt H   In.   tlark   bair;   i-yos  brown|   t'OMiplusitMi dark] about  .;i! vwiihold, and ������ lialf-biw? In-  til'AU woman, nil uf whom are nip  yjivtl to ha in Narwirn-n, H. C,������ "'"  ficinity, an tlitiir plan was to   rob  ii rompKiiy   ttiort)  Jit  that pluv  Uotli of tlic������-i men fuv   'lu-spratc  rbfH-.it*-li.'iB, and I am i'lf.irmi-il litft  nil TuttUrt klTrCtiiig t|;riuulluriil Cumli  tjuim in ih* l'rovine*. All par- oui luter  oaUi ������r������ loviiff-.l to be prewnt.  W.U. IIAYWARD, M.I������.*\.  C> uitmao  0. K CnnuiXiXttvi,  SeoreU-y.  ���������'I'M" bin been b.iftblng f������*r i������  weak. Ue wy* lint he U ������<ot Mu<:k  on ������bo job.   Hut bt* tritul������!is������ wiil  r..������,..!-..,.������*, ...... ^  mon I-f over, a-* tne wife i- cjcpwi  jlVr".* -ibynt a \ytrk ogo  for  15. C ltd i oirjvcu \Vf!i(*ifU.������y i.igb'.  Don't Read This I  Unless it Conccnns Vou.  Jff COMOX CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY * -^  Ox Beef BEST QUALITY ONLY Daily Fed Pork   S!'Kcr.\r,8  THIS WEEK   Homo Cored TJueon-uunoioUed 20o ������ IS r*.l������U������ta A. 1 Quiil.Jy, per f������ek $1 00  j-BtSwot^lUcoD SScperlb C������������r.t-.P"������ok  l-{0  /cflu."eW,H-hlMi:mm Wo por Vt Knalirt WMi tii Turr, W  IM  V-mw ntBt I>*.������r,ort Alpie*. .11.05 I or tot 0-Wwity.f ������mh, pi-r U*. -. - *  -.6c  W$Wl$   fm>*.  te^^T  fe^*--J  Kt  7 V  Vi-iy n'tut I>-������Bort AiI*ie������V.tt.W 1 or tot 0-������**&* J<������"������������������������  - -   '     -   -  *2.">.* per 10 Hntb.t, K.o h,lo������.- . . .           ���������J.*)��������� rwr !������������������ **bi n >, K-t.lt, low*������t mnrkflt pri������������   fill* for25<* Jxjo.il F.cati Ki[4A....'#*A'*t'AAwH\M  oi'.'ti*.  Ottiutn-lb-t* Le������t,,...,  Orders by Phone Promptly Attended to. Phone 25  ..   ^l^r^sirs'HuMBER'iJ;-^^  The Delights of Cycling  Aio ftg-ui1. Ixcu^ht vlvltlly Iq mind hy the advent of  Bprina anil bright fiunnhlne. Wo hnvo mndo great prop.  nrfttiona to cop-.' witli tbo Spring Cycle bualncep, ami  Pllmb-yV will ho tbo beet place nt, which to buy your cyclo  whether you cow-Mcr vnrioly of cbotcc reliability of (ho  machines or iho actual vulm- off.-wl K you cannot afford a no* muihinp, wo will renovate your obi wheel to  the vbry best advantage at tho lowest pWiblo cont.  TH03. PLIMLEY  739 VATE8 STREET VICTORIA, B. C.  y


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