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 ,-������7i  ���������J1 * "**,*-  Mi'  ,���������y /  ���������/ k  i  '!*  [if.  /,"  *  *      , **.     * l   -,������;,*,  'Vf'-  ^71,o,*uth*F^:  X journal  Tiie NkwSjTwkntieth "Year  Oevoted Especially, fco tMe !nterests of Co  nnox District.  CUMBERLAND, B. C, WKDNRSDAY, JUNE 4,  ''^������^****^ ^G^������s*>* ^V^*^^*^  "T"7^^^"  SUBSCKIPTION <?I,00 A YkaR  FIRST AN-  FUEL LE���������  Your New  Summer Suit  WHAT INTERKST will  you  Amw  on yiiur'^p-rsonftl  capital  y^Wffi'-:s$& II    tllis ���������summer ?   How much will  VV^|^*-j|,;|^M   y������������r   appearance add to your  '���������^^^^���������^'i^':^\%c'lan0('s 0l* Promotion or success?  I.Cy^.M^-MA T.������ke allook nt the fellows on  *-*..'^V*yA.*������-tf?7������"*,*%> ,,       .       .   .       ;  --��������� * the street to-dey nnd note what  a big diffirence clothing mnkes  in their powor to attract or repel, your interest. Look prosperous nnd you will he prosper-  ous. G6i>d*clothing makes you  "Look Good," "F.-el Goo<V' and.  "Mukedood." Your bank account \vi,l also be bigger, if you  buy y( ur clothes here.  We htvo just received���������  $1,200 worth of  uProper9?  clothes  , by express.   You  want a  uice  Suit, and we have  the tight iip-to-dale goid?,. the  , proper styles, ar.d prices light,  triad nny difficulty in getting  n g Kidjfil ? if so, try lis; we guar  sni-je-p6rfeeu-iittiirg"g������n-iiieirts  ,���������of, tho-^  Cumberland & Courtenay  Automobile Association  A  GKAND   BALL   to   celebrate tho formation' of the U.CJ.A  SiMON LEISER & CO., LD.  ^'-A^^fc-'V*^ ^**^^^^t^J%^^  ���������   SUMMER MAIL  SERVICE  The following is   lho   chango  in the mail service   starting this  week:  S. earner's    arrival   at   Union  Bay  Tuesday evening  6.30  Thursday evening 6.30  Saturday,evening...' 6,30  Trains leave tho station for Un  ion liny as follows:  Tuesday evening....5 o'clock  Wednesday morning 7     ���������'  Thursday evoniug. .5     ���������'  Friday morning. ...7     '*  Saturday evening.. 5 only  A garden party and������sale of  useful and fancy articles will be'  held on Tuesday, Juno .,24th, in  Mrs, C.j. I!. Tarbell's -garden.  Afternoon tea and icecream will  be served. Contributions of articles for sale, cakes, sweets etc.,  thankfully received by any member of tho church.  A. will bo. given .011 tho 20rh day  ���������-���������f June, A. D., 1913,. ac Feeh-  "ei-'fl- Hail- Courtenay, Formal  dress by request. Only 100 tide  ets will bo issued.  Tickets $7.00  Admit gentleman.and lady;     E.v-  trahidy $2.00.    The liehet.entit  Ies the holder  to-partake of  the  excellent supper without addition  al  charge.     Arrangements ' have  been made to have ticket, holders  conveyed-by  automobile; gratis,  to and from the hall.     Automobiles will leave*from Cumberland  Hotel.    Those  living in   Comox  district apply to  Messrs-Feclitier  Frank Cameron, or Leu P. Audei--  ton, Tor particulars as.to free an-  tomobilo  transportation    to    the  hall.     '        \   \    ���������   '  Application for tickets may he  made to the following niemb������rs  of tlie Association :    P. J', Har  Ami nlLC-re^cl vtj^H-TT^fechiren  Frauk Cameron, or.Leo P.-Andei*  Ion. Application must be accom'  panied with the admission fee  #7.00. The above'members of  the association reserve tho right  to reject'any application. *'  Full orchestra iu attendance.  THE COAL OUTPUT  FALLING QFF OF FIFTEEN  HUNDRED   TONS DAILY  AT CROW'S Is1 EST      "  PASS MINES  Mr, aud Mrs, N. McFarluue  arrived from Nanaimo on Sun-  dfiy.  TENDERS.  TKNDKKS will be received  up tn 12 o'clock of the 161I1 day  , of June, for shingling old school  building, re-flooring halls and  making new stops back and front  of building. l;or, further pnrtic  ular.s apply Thos. II. Carey, Sec-  retniv Hoard of School Trustees,  Ctiiuberliujd, II. C.  T.qwest or any tender not necessarily accepted,   Address tenders to T, II.   Carey, Sccretaiy  Trustees, Cumberland, li. Q.  ���������������-... ������>. ���������.  Mr, aud Mrs, Harry Fox left  by Sunday's boat en route for  Cmi Fmncisco. Mr Fox was  lhe Colliery Company's electrician  ������������������*.-     ���������   o -.-'  Joe Walker of the New H:-***-  land hotel, left on Sunday for  Harrison Hot Spiiugs. Ho is  threatened with a return of his  former trouble,  A SNAP.  FOR SALK��������� A 4-room cottage, half lot, large new, shed 18  x 20, new outhouses,   hice #550  cash.    Apply this olliee.  Mr. R. Dowdall arrived homo  from Victoi ia 011 Saturday even  iug.    ,  Stanley Palmer had one of  his hands badly injured on Monday, by the explosion of a dynamite cap, which he was bundling.  "Monty" nud ''Hilly" ftre fa  mon.*- sheep catchers, and "Jack"  is still on deck when the oatmeal  dike* put in an appearance.  Mr. J. T. Lidi-ione, a fi inner  manager of ilie Hig Store here, is  inaniiging a Hudson's Hay store  at Kamloops.  Mr. Chas, 11 era per, of Comox,  has recently returned from a  very successful busiuens trip to  the North-We-it We ire [d.ahi  cd to see Charlie back ngn-in,'for  ho is oue of this district'*" most  prominent boosters and n very  genial fellow.  HOKSAMi-A Cypher  M-  eiihatop,    capacity    55-JO     r-K.*������i.  ���������Apply flii*ofc.  The manngfiiii'iit of tlio Jin  gle Pot Mines will not recognize  the U. M. W, of A., and the  mines will remain closed tinfil  the employees state their willing  ness to go to work, then, and  uot tilt then, will llu* milieu be  opened.  Forty-one coa! laden cars  went down to Union Hay on  Tuesday morning.  Nanaimo, June 2.���������The miners of Nanaimo and  district are  ���������->lill idle and will remain 'so,,for  some   time.   No   attempt    was  made by the vaiious companies  to opon Ihis morning as had been  reported and Western Fuel Company is laying plains for   a   long  shutdown.   The   entire clerical  force has been, laid- off and- all  the rolling stock is being taken  out of lhe Hrechiu mine.  STOCKiTHJAIUM  Asked last night as to whether  he anticipated au early resumption of work at the mines, General Manager Stockett, of the  Western Fuel Company, replied  as follows:  "The I'rosident   and 'Hoard of  IJircclors of the Company,  realising that the  present   crisis in  the industrial affairs   of  Nanaimo nnd   thu   violation   of   tin.*  working agreement  was forced  upon the Company and   tlm employees   by    oulside    influeu-c  which are inimical   to   the   best  Interests of the   Company,   lhe  workmen and   the   community,  have :!i:*,t;-.i-j:fcd i!���������.l wwik bo nui  J't.s.'iJi/cd   until   tile   men   show  sufficient iulerci-t  to ennble the  work being carried on under th.*  harmonious system that has  r-v.  isted during the past eight years,  They deplore the conditions lhat  exist, but feel that  the uln'mae  welfare of the   workmen ami ihu  community will  be   bv.l .-1.1 \cd  by this course and in whieh conclusion   1   fully   concur,     The  * i*  Company's system of dealing di  reel Iy with i's einpluye*,*.-i is too  well known li* call foi ..ay  .sI.Ucuivhi ut tliis tune. 0 her  th ni to say that, that svsu-tv, U-m  always yiiddeil ������o the ������*tsipl' w-es  the laigfst   in*.1 s iw   of   mI'mii  Vaneouver, Juno 2.���������The output of the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal,  Company  in   recent  months  has  fallen off 1,500 tons a" day owing  to competition  of  California  bi  used for fuel-purposes on sections  of the C. P. Jt.  and Great Northern railway,   according  to   Elias  Rogers, of Toronto, president   of  tlu-- coal corporation.    Mi\   Pog-  ers and his danghteis, the   Misses  Jl-izel a'ld Isabel are guests at the  Hotel Vancouver..    Tbe mines in  the Crow's Nest Pass will be visit  ed on the homeward tnn.  Mr.- Rogers is not alarmed over  the displac. meiit of a large coal  tonnage by California oil as he  has beei: advisid of the recent* upward trend-of oil prices: indeed so  |'confident is ho that tho situation  will still improve that his coni-  r^yjsjrjakjig_aju!angeiiieiits���������to-  ine'rease presmit production .of 4,  800 tons daily to 00,000 tons  daily before the end of the current  year. The visitor stated thai the  relations between the company  and its miners are now Very harmonious.  ��������� lie added that the addition of a  commercial sales d-'parimeut recently Imd tended to increase  sales. ��������� Tho principal customers  of the company aro .tho railways  and Montana and llie Trail and  Gran by sine Iters, the latter being  Lime Fruit Juice  Paspberry Vinegar     -   Gr.ipe Juice  .    -. (Severil brands) .  ���������Persian Sherbit    Vichy Water  Lemonade    Orangeade   and Piiioapplo-Juico'   _o _  Pure MapleSyrup in. gallon tins imported direct.     .  from the   east  Catsups    Pickles    Sauces aud. Pelishes-nll   best   brands  Symington"s   Pure   Coffee Essence  .:   Ureal-fast Foods-���������all kinds  :    Fruits and  Vegetables in season  1    ,   Flour and Feed, always on hand  ^ '       at LOWEST. PRICES IN TO W.N.       "  See our, window for special showing of Canvas Shoes'  at  CLEARING PIUCES  THE CORNER STORE  *r 11 o.j. e 10        p.o.. box 100  Ma.cfa.rla.ne Bros.  Ottawa, May 30.���������The naval  bill was killed iu the Senate this  morning. The, fatal blow was  delivered half an hour'after mid-  ���������i rrgh t-by-irwi���������~df~JT~bo~^f". TT  was a straight .party vote,  though uot.quile, Senator Ellis  of St. John,' a Liberal, votiu'g  against (he Ross amendment,  while Senator Montplasir 'of Que  bee, a Conservative,, voted for it.*  Provineiiil, Constable   George  Cassidy-, of Ladysinith,    has ' re-  * How came dynamite caps to  be scattered about" the school  grounds ?  '^iTGr-LuVreT-Di-siri^c^nnirer:  signed a'ter -twenty-five years  service, owing^to ill health. A  pension is being talked of. for  Mr. Cassidy.  largo coke consumers.  -<j������.  ., I1IRTH���������At Jerusalem on  June 2nd, to the wife of Victor  Freloue, a bouncing baby boy,  ���������j- >���������  You can now have your Ice  Cream and rcfrtshiug Cream Sodas etc. at Peacey's  Drug Store.  What, wiil bo the next move,  now that lho Senate has thrown  out lho naval bill ( Will it be an  appeal to the country I  Alfred    Austin,    Jlrili-di   port  liliireate i-iiiue I<S!J(S, died   at.   \\ti  home at Aslifnrd, K'enl, 011   .Juue!  2nd.    lie was born iu Wdo,  Yon can'now have your Ice  Cream and refreshing Crenin Sodas etc. at Peacey's   Drug Sroro,  A new orchid exhibited at the  annual show of the Royal Honi-J  culture S-eicty, Loudon, which  opened recently, is called the  "Sufirngelle." ICxphuialion ot  11 he name is that the flower "has a  loose tongue which is always  wagging."  Quite a number took advantage  of Tuesday being   a  holiday,  io  pie-nic al tlm Iwaehes ni'd   at   l'uo\  lake.    We    jiic-nicked     at    the  Xkws ofliei', nud Imd  ''pi."  cial Supt-, Victoria; R. AV-Smith,  District Plant Inspector. Vic-*  tona, and R. IL Hennett,,, editor  ���������'Telephone Talk," Vancouver,  were in town last week looking  over the 13 C Telephone CVs  system. Mr. Bennett was also  seeking information about the'  strike situation.  Mrs, John Thomson arrived  home from Victoria on Wednesday last, where she had,been  taking iu the Victoria. D.iy celebration, and Mr. Thomson arrived home from Vancouver on  Saturday evening, where lie had  been attending" the K. of P. Cou  vention.  Tlio King's birthday was observed here on Tuesday by the  dosing of the schools and placis  of bm-inesH  tlmt the market conditions warranted nnd there in evciy leason  lo antieipate Unit a continuation  of thnt system would prove ns rc-  miuieralive and satisfactory to  both parties.--Nanaimo Herald.  ���������Judge Uarl-cr nri-rived iu town  mi Tiici-day from jNiiiiiuiiio, and  will return on Thur-'dnv. .  ������  Tliow' bad imd iinpalriolie Lib.  end Senator-- did it. ll wai-n'l  Dnwuy Ihis timo,  .MrH. .1. W. C'oolco bus neMiily  arrived Immn from a livi-w-ackn  trij) to Victoria and m-'inlnnd  point h  Fnuik Furriugtoii in his address on Sunday afieroon, claimed and read letters to show, llint  ho had dene evcr> thing iu his  power iobiiug about an invt.su-  gaiiuii into tlm present ,-t 1 iI:������>  Double, Jle also rtnlcd thai u  settlement could only ������*e firr-iug���������-  ed ihrough the U. AI.  W. of A'.  ���������"O***"  lJunsuiiiir Avenue looks'like a  dirty bncl: alley. If tho ciiy ha.*-  110 luone)1 toe]e.'������:i it, take up a  Hibscriptiou.  ������.. ~o   This is Ihe time for llu* oil  eompnni"H tu pet ill their wink,  iimamWivmttmamtam^^  HJpE is   nr.c   of our   New [j  Sack Suit Styles.   Very quiet jj  and jDressy and as usimiwitj) ii  any model of  CAMPBELL'S CLOTHING  liM OOOD  STVI-K AIA-VAVS  SKK ul'l! I.ATFST VoVI'l,*!!!-::*' ,';-    ,'dvoV   "  NWi1',Wf'j*nrrf^.^''^'^'g,^i*P'**i^^  .'**niiJ.-   \Ut!i   lhe    now    ilrliu-iiiioic rnllnr.     Ti.ry    ������*"liie i'i     j]  ���������elf <'"l<irtii���������'>  and   i.'-Mc-t   ���������-" l ijt.-������. I'i'ifi'i't   Ji'liJig, r  \VK MAVI-:  AhDI'l* -pdr- n fnv  i'i-w    iiiuhIm r������ 1.1     1  t ������     ��������� *  our -ItM'l*  n|   I, win-.' :i'.i|  Nl'.'lf     ill������l>    fl'I*    l'0|i||'.M*I'<l|'l  (hi 10   oo,  Mi*t#i .* i^**.^ *vm^mmu*w^*t*.***mmm ...n.mMM-Mwi  -    -h.M"*,    Ml  1*111  L'H'k n  '.���������.���������ji      Aml[      ',-.',  CAMPBELLS  ���������**���������***��������� immut>*  SBEfflflKnSffi3Ka������B3C;  i *mt* ib.������M^**>*#*4������-w4ii0jbm4, <*-���������'<*," '.���������*���������*��������� '.,-.,*���������  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, Is. &  /  tt.  =1S  AMENDS  FOR ALL  1!  By E. R. Punshon  ^  Ward, Lock A Co., Llmttwd  London, Metbourno & Toronto-  A Live Agent Wanted  In every to*wn and village In "Western Canada. X good Ut* man ean mak-t  $5,000 per year-working In conjunction with us, In Belling tho oholc* Real Batata  Investments we hnvt to offer. In listing farm land for eale, working exchanges  of farm land for city property, automobiles, -Uo. This Is a. ehanca of *, life  tlnie for a hustler.   Write for list of propositions.   , Address���������  Scott,   Hill   &   Co.,  82 Canada Life Building, Winnipeg, Man.  (Coat'-ctiea)  A forgery, ho repeated. A very  good one,' 1' admit, bul a forgery all  Uie samo. Look. You can u-eo how  careful and labored the writing ot it  Is. Look at-that nourish under tho  Bljj-naluro. It 1-3 au exact copy ,of  mine, but it has been done slowly and  earofully, you can see how -dellberat-'-  ly '.he curls and twists havo been  made, and seo how carefully It trtops.  It Is a'forgery, he repeated.  .But a forgery, tho two ladles eaid  again, looking at hlin ln undiminished  astonishment, and oven -with some  alarm. Dora continued in rattier a  subdued tone.  Do you mean that, WiltonT  Certainly, he said very gravely'.'  Well, I am suro, said Dora slowly,  Miss Durand knew nothing about It-  she was so plainly astonished to B&e  us.  But it It's a forgery, said Mlas Rose,  who' can have dono it? and for what  object'*' Really this is most uncom*  1 fortablo. lias eonio ono been playing a joke upon us or on Miss Durand?  She seemed a very pleasant, lady-like  person, and I thought tfho mother  charming, so gentic, so reserved. But  if * there, is any mistake, it "will be-  most awkward about the lnvltatk- ���������>.  Lady Martin's ball. What shall we  do. Wilton? and Mlas Rose looked the  very picture of bewilderment aiid distress.  No ih In a:, nothing, said Mayne  slowly, his brows drawn together ln  r'deep reflection. ' You see,.one cannot tell���������there may be something ���������  it. will be wiser not to act hurriedly.  There' Is a friend calling tonight who  may be able to���������at i ny rate, 1 should  wlsih to consult him before doing anything. *-.  He took the letter again &nd became so absorbed dn it, reading It and  examining It with such close attention  for it.bore to him an aspect both  ��������� threatening and Inexplicable, that  Dora's volatile mind grew restless at  her lover's fit of abstraction.  I don't think you are very, gallant;  the pouted, aa she wandered about  the room, One would think I waa  uot here at all.      She  went to Uie  donly forgot her-, grievance Oh,  Wilton,* oh aunt, she cried excitedly;  there he is���������just look.  Who? asked Mayne, glancing up  from the letter in his hand.  My dear Dora, protested her aunt,  sighing, why are you so excitable?  Why; Uiat old man I saw look out  of your window the day you were  away, Dora cried; you remember?���������  you were away and I happened to bj  passing and I Bftw an old man took  out of your window, and there h; Is���������  nnd tse, ho is lame.  Tlie other two had come hastily to  the window on her summons, and saw  a tall, spare, grey-haired man ln rusly  black and a* very shabby top hat going limping hy. Ho did not look up  nt all, but limped quietly on his way,  and Dora's faco was pale as she turned to Wilton.  1 am euro it Is tho same man, eho  iwV.d.     Why la ho hero again?  Hut, dear child, protested Mayne, no  one can posjslbly havo been ln my  rooms that *3(iy. I left everylhiiiK  locked up nml'found-everything locked up when I returned.,.  I don't care, eaid Dora, I toll you  I saw him as plain as possible, J  ���������shall never forgot his smllo, It mado  lilm look so awful, and why did he  look up ju&t now, and why did ho  Kncnk away co qulcl'ly when ho eaw  mo looking at him.  .nut-- began Mayno, Jooklug at hor  niid cmlllng.  ���������' Oh, 1 toll you I'm JiiBt positive, Interrupted Dora with a littlo stamp of  her foot; for I don't think it's a bit  polite of you not to believe me when  I'm eo Bure.  You always are eo eure, you know,  Dora, interposed her aunt; even  though you aro just as sure tho othor  way about five minutes afterwards.  Well, retorted Dora, how can you  help being sure when you are sure?  Miss. Rose appeared ellenoed it not  convinced by    thiB    argument,    and  Mayne aald:  Well, look here, Dora, for the future no one will be able to get into  my rooms by any possibility -without  . my knowing lt. He drew from his  | linger a signet ring and showed them  a tiny key snugly tucked away behind  it. I got that specially made, he said,  and a special new lock on the Inner  door. It might ho possiblo for your  friend,* Dora, to open tho outer door,  which has only an ordinary latoh to lt;  but I am certain not even the makers  could open the Inner door with' this  new lock on it,.-without leaving very  plain traces. The smallness of ti Is  (&te great safeguard.  How sweet; cried Dora, much interested and quite charmed by the Wny  key and almost Invisible lock Mayne.  showed her, and paclfieqd, too. at. finding her story had induced Mayne to  take Buch precautions. You are a  good boy for being so^ careful, Wilton.  Can't have old men looking out of  my window and frightening you, said  Wilton Jestingly. You might think  I was really" an old man myself, and  that you never eaw me without a wig  and a* made up complexion,  Oh, -what a horrid idea, cried Dora  ���������with a slight'shudder.  Oh, well, I'm not,'aald Mayne, I am  truly myself even, though it Is none too  easy to tell what one's true eelf is.  But about this forged letter, Dora?  Will you let me keep lt till I can get  to the bottom of it?  Dora agreed, and appeared indeed  rather glad to be rid of anything so uncomfortable and disconcerting as a  forged letter. Going across to his  safe, Mayne opened it and put the letter carefully away.  I had better change the combination  .he.'remarkM... Dora._glyg_ me a word  of five letters to set the lock to. Gen'  eraUy I used -your name���������Dora R���������  but 1 think I had better mako a  change now. *  Spell my name backwards, suggested Dora with a laugh.  I,will, eaid Mayne,-smiling back at  her; a-ro-d, he eaid as he Bet tho lock,  and for tho last letter ot your name  this timo It shall be an M, in anticipation. -  Dora blushed, but her aunt shook  her head.  That Is not lucky, she said quickly.  If you use namo or Initial too Boon,  you may never uuo lt tut all. ,  Oh, we'll run the risk of bad luck,  said Mayne, and added, thero, no ono  knows -the combination except ono of  us three; and so, tf my -safe U rifled  and the letter fctolon, I shall know ono  of uo three Is tho guilty party���������that  much will be quite certain.  * Thon he laughod again, and Dora,  always glad of any excuse for merrl-  mont, laughed too; and so laughing  and chatting tho three of them wont  out togolhor on tholr errand, of visiting various furniture ebops.  Next time you are buying  SUSllDIR  - STERN SOLDIER WEEPS  PILGRIMS  SEEK.NEW  ZSON  E. D.  Try  SMITH'S  You will be surprised at  its goodness.  Can be had from your  Grocer  were Tery different, for in the elder  woman they were mild and frightened  and In her daughter passionate and  sadYand*-while,Mrs. Durand appeared  to have no chin at all Joan's was if  anything, too prominent. . The expression of the whole face too, was  different,, for while Mrs." Durand's  was weak, peevish, and complaining,  that of Joan was curiously firm and  deep,* as of one who had nqt suffered  much without learning much...* She  seemed one bf those of whom the  Psalmist -sings who in going through  tlio vale of misery make of it a pool  in the desert, going on from strength  "���������"to ���������strength.  The relations    subsisting   between  these two had always been quite curiously the reverse of thoso that there  generally -are   between ��������� parent   and  child.     Always it was Joan who plan-  ���������nedy-who-looked^fovAvard,���������who-eudur*  ed all things'to save her mother in  every possible way.    "Ever since she  could remember it had always been  the same,, it had always been Joan  who had had to act In the chances and  changes of their wandering and unsettled life, while her mother lamented  aud spent her time In helplessly wringing her hands.     And if as she grew  older her acute and clear mind could  not help perceiving tliat Mrs. Durand  was often foolish and always selfish,  yot thero grew up in her a kind of  tenderness, a motherly and shielding  love; as towards one so feeble that  from her not much should bo expected.     And on her part Mrs. Durand  clung to Joan wJth a pathetic trust  and love* that was tho strongest claim  sho could  possibly have established  on her daughter.     Even now, whilo  Joan hart not yet been ablo entirely to  suppress her own   fiohs,   there   was  something protective and comforting  in her altitude aud In tho pressure of  hor hand on her mother's arm.  (To bo Continued)  Wrecked  by'Bullet  He, Would  Have  Chosen Grave-Before Wretched  ' Life ' ���������  Constantinople, * Turkey.--It is a  sad experience to go to one. of the  mllltarv hospitals in Constantinople  and watch the soldiers who were  brought in there threo months ago  shattered with shrapnel or Mannlicher  bullets from Lulo Burgas or Tchatal-  ja, leaving tho place as cured.  Thev are drawn up In the entrance  hall for a last inspection by the medical officer in charge of tho hospital.  Somo have been fitted out with new  peasant tlolheS,' usually by- a foreign  charitable fund;' others wear their  rough khaki uniform.  ��������� Here Is a man whose left arm ends  in a Btump at the wrist. Ho is crying quietly; tears have an odJ look  on that tough, wrinkled face, with its  shaggy fringe of heard. Ho came in  with six wounds from shrapnel bullets  and tho doctors say that ho has. made  a marvellous recovery.  Clean living, sober, strong, with the  peasant's lack of any nerves to suffer  from the pain and shock, he has lived  through what would have lulled a European soldier twice over. With the  smashed leg from which ho will hobble all tho remainder of his days, he  crawled' thirty miles from where he  was hit at Lule Burgas to the field  hospital at Chorlu, But now he is  crying, hecause as he says, he would  rather they had let him die.  The doctor pats the grizzled fellow  on Uie shoulder like a child, but the  tears still stand in Mehmed's eyes.  Where is he to go, he asks. Howls he to live? He holds out his stump  of an arm. He can never hold a  spade   or guido a plough again.  Yon must go to your friends; they  will look after you, says the doctor,  encouragingly. , *He has no friends  and no family now, he answers. His  little farm was by Kirk-Kilisse. He  left it with his wife, his mother and  three children. Where are they now.  Thev must have filled the bullock cart  with whnt. they could and fled, leaving  the remainder, to the Bulgarians, like  all-the others. What has become of  ihem'since then he will never know..  Did they die of want and exposure  on the way? Did thoy meet a-worse  fate at the hands of the Bulgarian.peasants rejoicing in opportunities of revenge on defenseless Turks? Did  Ti!c~cireiera~take~therii���������in���������that~-foul--  sour-smelling" concentration ��������� camp  among tho graves and the cypresses  outside the walls of Stamboul? Or  have they passed over, like thousands  more, into Asia Minor, to live on the  charity of others almost as poor as  themselves among tlie "snow?"  Mehmed will-never know. Ills wife  and children aro lost In thowilderncss  and he, a helpless cripple, is turned  out into the jostling alleys of Stamboul  to**find a living as best ho may.    ���������  Bareheacid  and  Starving, ^They  Follow Leader, Whom They Personify  as Christ  Moscow,   Russia. ���������The Monk   Innocentius, whoso exploits   havo   just |  reached a climax, has received shorter shrift than his predecessor- lllod-  or.     He has been .arrested   by   the  Archangel government- after -escaping  from- the monastery to -which, he had  been exiled from Bessarabia, owing to  his fanatical and immoral propaganda.  It is reported that he hasbeon slightly I  wounded, by a bayonet thrust.  - He has evidently an extraordinary  personality, as SOO adherents,* many of  them -women and children, followed  him to Archangel.     They   regarded|  him as the personification of Christ,  ignorantly mistaking the Onega, near  to which river Innocentius was banish-  5 ed, for 'Omega,' in the passage, 'I am  1 Alpha and Omega, in the Revelation  of St. John.  Innocentius wi\s joined by his followers lifter his escape fror. tho monastery, and they started across the  snow to seek the New Zion, all bareheaded and chanting hymns. A'few  of them were In carts aud others on |  foot. ������  Their condition soon became deplor-  abl'o. The temperaturo ,was below  zero, and they' were r.ll frostbitten aud  starving. Some of them died during  tho pilgrimage. A detachment of rural guards was dispatched to aid them, |  and a Red Cross party" from St. Petersburg arrived on the scene soon |  after.  In the Cycle .  He,is so much behind t'vo.times that!  he will never catch up.  There is some advantage to that.  What is it? '  His jokes are so old that they sound j  like new*.  A Pill That Lightens -Life.���������To the  man who is a vietim of Indigestion  the transaction of business becomes ati  added misery, lie cannot concentrate his mind up^.i his tasks and  loss and vexation, attend J him. To  such a man Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  offer "reltof. A course of treatment,  according to directions, will convince  him of their great excellence. They  are confidently recommended because  they will. C.j all.that is claimed for  them.      - ���������'    -  There's a heap of fun in this world,  and Jim Brown says ho doesn't intend to miss any of it even if he has  to knock off work occasionally.  ,   What appear, to. be idle tears are  often the busiest ones.  Tell  the  truth,  but "be  careful  whom you tell it. "  to  Scared  Do you believe that women should  have anything to do with politics?  I certainly do.  You.do?  Sho certainly should havo both voice *  and vote. .��������� *    ,''  Well, maybe the vote's all right,  but I hope you don't want her to have  any more, voice than she has now, do  you? "  It's only tho -, defeated candidates  that don't recognize you 'how. The  successful ones will keep an eye oa  their fences.  A woman can make the ordinary  man into, a pretty respectable citizen,  but by-ih'c time she finishes the job he  is about ready, to die.  Burst and Formed Ugly Scabs,  Burning, then ���������Itching, Hnd to  Go Without Shaving for Weeks,  Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment, Skin Perfectly Cloar.  , im rio-sn St,, Toronto, Ont,���������"I tta*  ��������� i-iiiiiilcij vtiih fallal era-inn for nearly ten  )ii>r*. 'I'll? ilrnt tfirnw worn pltiiiilni liroiik-  in*, mil mul then liurn'liiKanil funning lusty  iii-ly ri'iihi. around my '"liln. Vory often tlio  ���������u-ii->*'il(*n W'li III nt or biiniliiK. llien llcliltiff  in thol I M-mir-liofl tho noro. I had lo ro  vltlioui, i'i*-*,-,lui* fur V-0H..1 nt n tlmn, I  liir-il ninny pat'****, rpiumllt'.i hut did not llnd  n -ii-nii-iiiiiit euro. Kvury ������prlug ami fall  (lie ili./*n������i*i nMIMl-'-il Ht It������ wont, I -to-lKi"  ilium K'jt-1Ll of It for It fu*v iiiOiiui-i, iiit-a id  ."About C". iiwil'.nni"!' T ri-fi'I*,c.\ -iMin*.  |ili: of Ciulcui** Hoop uml Oifitm.-uti anil  fouii'I cri'iit rdii'f uft< r a tuw iis*i,iic,uloiii.  I -niirlinM'il twohovnorciuli-'iuumiiiii'iji  nn-l miiiiii ���������flaili'tin*. .r'i*-t|> *inil ii'i'A Ihem im  iili'i'fii'-l iiiM ind in.) "> i i  -..  ...* * '-��������� ���������  J run hliiiu- with j*l������*;������<iin-."   (HI-jim**) Vita.  M:t.-Ilcan, "Muy H7, l(������l-*.  Not only uru ('iiilctira .'"ap am] Ointment  iiin-t vi������l*i;il>l<* In Ilio Irentmrnl nr fMomi-l  in,.I oitii-r tlMn-olni- '���������rii-.itloii.-; uf tl.lii nml  n-ii!)", but ft') otliiT onUi\lUn(������ ���������)������ to ijliii'li  r.i" |ilrii*i,i!u, lil.*n*l.lif*,i.l*, i-v'l. roiiah *Mn������,  lu-ljiii*-, Muly 'h-dli'-i. ilrimlnilf, dry, linn ;m<I  f.it'ii.'.f hiilr, flui-ni-cl haii-li Mid ->li:i|ii-l<������,i  J :V.\ ! lit i\<t ll *n of-firniirii"-,iil>*. A mii-v-i  liilfc tif ������*ul'.-.-..i !v>u|������ (Wit:) ftu-i lX'1 i'f  f .i:l- .r������ ttU.u, 'ill Vi-' 5 aMM.ftiMif.iinViiiit  M)itr. ;i!l <���������!.' I...-, fhili-l. .*-.il<l liy iir i,'l*l**t*  l.'i������l 'lull-.-- 111!.. i������l.-n*  '.hv vt ill.    I ft-i'-al  ,i,..J.  i.,'������.nii isjIImI fit*-, twill ;i.*>|i, h'ulil  *��������� ������.������"*���������" I'i.!t<r Una A.  4..U. II'- '-u. I'. .*.. A-  CHAPTER VII  The House In Jcrmyn Cardena  It -waB ln a houso In Jcrmyn Gar-  torn* that a young ������lrl Bat olono with  her head renting on her arms out-  opread' on tho tablo beforo hor, nnd  wept with tho quiet unceasing gi'laf  ot ono old In tcavu and aecustomed to  Borrow from her youth upward, Crumpled up in Qifir right hand waa an on-  volopo renucstlnff tho pl.-fhsuro of tho  company of Mn>. Duiaml and Miss  Durand at Lady Martin's forthcoming  ball, ami It was a-s eho felt, that eho  (-.till held thi* that tho girl's toars fell  fanteat.  Tho room Itsolf waa pleasant and  ���������flran brlKlitcnod hero and Utcro by  flowora that had evidently boon ar-,  raiiKed with loving enro. On the  walla, In plain, home-made, frame**,  hung a fow el'oichfs nntl ono or two  oil pnlntlnjis ot eoincwhnt remark-  able merit, though pcrli'ins a, lltrtlo uncertain Jn drawing and general technique, But thoy showed a fcullng for  color and ntmoBjilioro that boro wit-  noHu lo tho posHosnlon In tholr creator of nn ninifiiiiil lt unfmined talent.  T-hey nil horo Uio algnnlmo 'J.D.' and  thoy wero tho work of this g-lrl who  now accmrd overwhelmed by eo terrible a grief, eo utter a d>������palr.  Kor nenrly half an hour iho nnt  thoro, not onco looking up or ceasing  tho flow of Iier grlof, and then Ihe  iloor opened nml thero tiflerod a mild  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralrjla.  Naturalization Fee Reduced  London.--There Is great satisfaction  In tho Jewish community at tho announcement that the naturalization  feo has been reduced from ?2G to $15.  Tho agitation for n lower l'co has been  going on -a'nee 188C, when Samuel  Montagu urged upou tho Liberal gov-  eminent the reduction of the fee to  ���������?5. A3 booh as tho Tory govornmcut  returned to power, however, It raised  the foo, but, there has beon a continuous agitation for tho lower rato ever  since.  Did you evo; know a man who wan  stubborn at n i-mlo to bo credited with  homo sense?  FLY TO PIECE*'  The Effect of Tea and Coffee on Hlglii-  Orgnnlzed People  "1 have been a coffee user for years,  and about two years ago got Into a  vory serlouH condition of dyspepsia  and Indigent Ion. It ueeinc! to mo 1  would fly to plecou. I wns.HoMioi--  vo-.s that ut tho leant noise 1 wuh dis-  irnsDCil and, many ilmca could not  Btialghteu inyself up beruuso ot thu  I,B-11-" ,  Tc Is J'.iKt sh Injut-liiii*.. lieeiuiM* It  contains caffeiiU', tlio sumo drug round  In coffer.  "My physician told m   I must not  ,eat any lu-nvy or otroug fool and or-  and frail-looking -t'liloriy woman wllh an������.'i ������, diet, glvli g mo lomu mcilicliie,  IImfil. anxloiiH nyon nnd a rnl.her frot-1 j   followo'i   dlrcntlon-*  onrr-fully,   bul.  fuful expression of countenance.       I kept on ������������!������!{: -'*>ffoe and (ihi not get  Hn thn-doonviiV und then coming quick-j ������������������r.nyt winter my husband, who was  Hy forward, oh, Joan, what is it! J uiui, nwny on bir .������������*������, hiul i'uaimn bihci;  ���������your father? tAm said unii paut*'.-d j ���������<*, bmi in tho family whero he board-  tj-a'n. ' eft.   He Uk'-d It so well that when ho  Fiiilicr li'in not heen yet, .loan nns-1 came. homi������ ii** brought somo with hlni.  werort, (-.becking her grief and brvslu- j \ve began using It and I found It most  ,i i,.f������ ������n'n!ii- 1iai������ nvott     \ovnr inlnd  darling, alio, added with n caiw.'iing  Beware of Ointments for Catarrh  that Contain Mercury,  as ���������mercury wlll surely dcnlroy lho sciife nf ftmcl:  and completely iIovhiiro tho wholo Rystciu when  eiitnrliiK It UiroiiKli ilio mucous mirlaocs. Such  "rltcUii ehould never bo used except on prescriptions from rcputulilo pliydlclann, n- Uie iliimuno limy  will do ts ten fold to tlio Koodyou cun ponalbly derive Iron) tliciii. Hall's r.ilnrrh Cure, uianiil-tctmiHl  liy P. ,1, ciwnoy <fc <'������., Tcil*<|(>, O., eoninliis no wer-  jury, nml Is, taken lntcrnallv, M'tlnif dlrerlly upon  tlio Mood nnd luucous hiirfrici'S pi tlio system. Io  btiylnie Xliill'i- C'fttniTli l.'nrc be euro you |*(it tin  Kfimifnf. It Is tdkeii luti-rtmiiy inulnitdo in 'roleda  Ohio, liy ������������������'. J, Oliem'v it- Co, Testimonials Irco.  Bold by Dniki-'-'.ii,   l'rler. U.i: pel' liottlc,  .   Take Hair* Tnuilly Mils tor coiibliiiaUou.',.'  Ring Found After Twenty Years  Paris.-���������Whllo walklnp* alonp* tho  heach at Tronvlllo, a **jrl found a wedding ring on which was onuruved T.  do 1-tcaumont nnd Olmrlotlp Laboulayc,  24th March, 1802,' ��������� Tho ring belonged to tho Marquise do Honuinont, who  lost It at Trouvlllo ovor twenty years  ago while ha thing.  tgw-t----*^������������������������**-**������������������������ wian������wi-l  Will Explore^South  London,���������Just hoforo his departure  for Now York on his Rteamoj- Maure-  tanln, Bir Ernest ShacUlelon announced thnt ho Intended to head a  scientific exneillUon to tho AnJarctic.  Tho Ma ure tun I a sailed from Souihanip-  ton. Sir MrnoHt said ho would visit  Bcveral points in tho United HluK-i!  and eo to Ottawa.  PILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS  ytmv dniKKist wlll refund money if PAZO  OINTMENT fails to euro nny case,of Itching. Ullnd, Bleedino; or Pj-otrudlns Tile*  in G to 14 days. * 00c.   *  \ ���������'���������'���������������"    ,-,*������������������  The old fashinoncd woman will have  none of tho vacuum cleaners that obviate the necessity of houso cleaning,  What would lifo mean to"h-**i' if her  semi-annual debauch of housecleaning  wero denied hor?  ^FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTED���������To do work at  homo;  decorating cushion- tops;   can  make, ffdmJ$3"to Wper_Qay"rpleasant"  woric.  Armour  Art  Co.-,  Dopt  N, 43  Steele Bile, Winnipeg.  WHY  Miller's Worm Powders cto not need  the after-help of castor oil or any purgative 'to complete thoir thoroughness,  because they nre thorough ln * themselves. One doco of thom, and thoy  will bo foui.d palatable by all children,  will end tho worm troublo hy making  tho stomach and bowels untenablo- to  tho parasites. And not only this, but-]  tho powders will ho certain to exert  most beneficial Influences la tho digestive organs.  Dysentery Curo by Injection  Paris.---A new cure for dy.'i'Mitery  consisting of injections of 'i\ proptira-  tion of nn alkaloid known as emetine  was described at tho Acudomy.of Mud-  Iclno by Professor Chaufl'ard, says Excelsior. Professor Chaulfard sa'd ho  mado six Injections in four day*t In a  desperate ease, and after aomo weeks  a complelo curo was effected.  High Prices for China  London,---A flno old Vienna porcelain group of Ferdinand IV, nnd his  wife, realized 200 guineas at Messrs.  PiutlcU ami ainijwou'a rooms recently;  a group of a peasant and wlfo, 130  guineas; a group of a ganlonor nnd  wlfo, 105 null-can, and an old Dresden  group of King Frederick and hlo Job-  ter, :M0 guineas.  IS THE BEST FOR YOU.  BECAUSE  It'koons your "Wlillo Clothes'.' looklnB  Just llko New. .'  It does nol Spot or Streak tho clothes  ns thoro Is no sottllnp.   ���������  It Is tho ������������������llnndlostKInd" tn uso.  It is Gunrnnlucd to Klvo Perfect Satisfaction or monoy Clicorluily Hcutmlod.  TRY IT,  ���������nd Provo It  for Youmell.  A loccntpnclc-  B|{fl lastsnbcnt  6 ninntlm, nr. It  lilua-J is Good  Slye Wiiililngt-  Mann(iii.'liiri'illiy  Tlm Jolimnn.  )ll(.-|iur,t������(jii Co.  I ImlU-il,  Moniri'^li Can,  LISTENS  "J-R Blurs In much letter  Uian nny other," Mls������  'I'Iioiilsoii, Belmont, Mad.  "J'RBIiieIsBnExccll������nt  Blue, Superior to other  Blues." Mr*. Ffunlc J.  Moore, Conn, Out,  "J-R Bins 11 tlin best  Blue I evor iiMul," Min. W.  Switter, Brandon, Mnn,  ypole Soap  i*.v/>/>|if������n*  "WhlJii.I -drank It my Bii'iiuu-h novor  Rosluro. Tani eorry I vat to Billy. I bothered ������ne In the 1M3I, and I Rot  1 am norrv you taw w, too, but I j over my norvdiin '.roubles. When tho  tlioimlii. you worn lylni: down. I Postum was Rone wo roturncd to cot-  rutiliiR -up her hand eho drow Up'feo, thon my ttomatu Iior.t.i to hurt  ebbr w./iuim down to sit. hocldu h"r, me an before and the nervous condlt*  nml **lion ihoy wore thus loRcthtr the] ions rmnc on aRaln. ^  fnmlly  liluiii-.-s  wn*-  to  jitulu   kh  ii! ,    -T'.iut h'..t������'.'.*:d U'.e c:'.'.V'Uy ������,-l,:.   v-ai  on  1 was curod of Aculo nronchltlB hy  MIKAi-TO'fl WN1MKNT.  Buy of lBlnntlH. J. M, OAMPHKUj.  I was fliirod ot Facial Neuralgia hy  M1NAR1VH UN1MKNT,  Sprln'Rhlll, N.S.    WM. 1UNIEI.S.  I was cured of Chronic Illioiinmtisin  by MINAHI/S MNIMKNT.  Albert Co., N.'U. OFO. TI.VGLI3Y,  Responslbla  Mrs. .llpo.-*, I think I Imvo heard  you miy you have u cousin In llm ruff-  ular army,     Ho is ������������ tAllaar, I pro-  "'yW h** hohlw snmo responsible position, but I dont c-2-iu'tiy knoiv t.io  nnturo of It.- Whan ho wrotu to uio  last ba said It-** was lu the uuardhoiiio  ���������whatever that Is,  Berlin,���������The Ilerlinor, TafioMaU, an-  noiinccH that Jlorr Lionel Caro/1 who  foiindod tho AtiBlo-acrman Union  Bomo years ngo, and has acted ns sec-  rftitry-noiieral of tho orunnlnatlon  over shu.-e, died suddenly of hetirt full-  uro whllo (-peaking at tha tolejpluw ,  Sheriff Felled hy Litigant  Cardiff.���������Sheriff 'Slo.Le.oft wns felled  wllh a fitlck at LiullthRow, hy it laborer aRiUnst whom ho had decided a  compensation cute, Ho wus romlor-  cd uiiconscloiiH, and wiih lakun In a  moiorntr to lidlnburgh for medical  tieatmout.  rMuy;  DYEO BO  KASILY  With M������ypoU  Soen there ti no  (louMetnd no tn tiii  in home dyeiao.  Dyet collon, wool,  lillt oi mittuiei. 24  colon-will give -my  -hid-". Colon 10c.  Dlack I5c-������t your  detlei'i or poilpiiil  with hoftklet "Mow  to Dye" horn  v F. I. BENEDICT & CO. Montreal  The Patient's Retort  Doclor���������Well, I hopo   you   profited  by my advl ���������,*���������?  I'ailoiH���������Ye*, doctor,   but   n>t   io  much uh yo.i did,  Whllo travel hroadenn a man, It !���������  not noi'OH8nrlly fiittonlnB.  ***-*��������� I  ot justice    Tin- r.-irtn iW-ptirlniont  Ib to adopt jin-asiiros for  tho'Dregorvallon of Iho pif-hjiilorlc mu-  rn' nalntiriRB ultrlhuted to MuHhiiicn  In"tlio cavcB of Polola, Houlh Africa.  RuJila Counsels Montenegro  norlln.*���������The ofllclals of lho Ocrinan  T  ra  ��������� -  ii.-.ii..  fii-t'i  Ailtln--   !������������������������������������  * ..r;������, It. i.\.  VV    N.   U.  ������������������'.*.  I'I-:  '(,  he  v. h-i'lo ?������***  i.f :be i-u'i.*  liv of'otic aW*''* fri"** v���������* *������ ,,m*-  he Cheerful Life  " 'i. 'Lt t'i'*' -' tr���������y-n **" "'*"* "'' entri* *''���������* i*lif������rfol llf������������. Wa am*  It to%euri������lv������ ���������nd'llioiiTwho lire wllh tut* liv������ Uie ctiotrtiil lite, "Wn,  caonot de io if ill health Ulcoi hold of ui. <  The-Wife, mother and daughter auffcrlng; from hot fluhee, nerrouineii,  t-Mdeehe. beeUaehe. itanlnttlown tmhtit, erany othwr wealmmdua to Oliordere  ���������Mr%eX"uM V"e Oelloate leiuile ������rgini-li not only a burilen to htnelf.  btttUherleved-tnei. ,  Jhttt la * rtmtJy.   Forty jtatt aiperlence hae pterin nomltUVthlr that  BR. PIERCE'S  -til ...Int. ttakhm (a w#������l#������������i! wftmar.Had. For 40 matt It Iiti tortrtttA  TimiiUtrl attw and tntilu. tiolit ly tlntUti In tiitticlut In l^juld cr tthUltorm.  ^VluTt^rlt^t^r^mtoii fallele can N bJj of UrtirgUl ar mailed mi  F������������lpt o? mvSXxt tampi-fw ������������W er We aiw.  AW<������.e tt. V. Vlttu, U. D*  ftr. Ptere*>������ Vt**nnnt Pellet* regulate tvnA IntIffonit*  ���������toWcb. liver and bo-welf* ttogwr-^Me^ U������y grauaul-t^ 1  I;  tf  r  i  i  ,r.'.       THE'^iSW-f?.' CTTTVT^ETiTiANT). -p. r  :rt.  fc<  Many growing girls in school  or business are frail���������delicate-  anemic���������lack energy and ambition and have thin blood. It is  all unnatural and unless checked  leads to serious and chronic ills.  Nourishment, not������drugs, is the  law of reason to build strength.  ���������but when appetite is poor and  digestion weak, ordinary foods  do not nourish���������then SCOTT'S  EMULSION is necessary.  SCOTT'S EMULSION over-  coiue3<-just such conditions; its  tissue material-enter a  the blood without digestive effort aud makes  it rich. It tones the  whole system and starts  the healthy action of...  cells throughout the]  body.  Imitationt are efltn  efftrttt, bat to get reiutti  you mast git SCOTT'S.  gTr������]������.Mark  Scott & Bo-iTue, Toronto, Ontario  12-1)6  MOTORIST   KILLED   BY   TRAP  Man Almost Decapitated by Thick  Rope   Slung  Across  the   Road  'Berlin, Germany.���������An automobile  murder cf a peculiarly atrocious character ^occurred near Honningsdorf, a  village about an hour's train journey  from Berlin. A jeweler, named Plunz  and his wife woro killed, and tholr  eldest daughter was seriously.hurt.'  Plunz, his wife aud their two daugh:  ���������ters had heen driving in the neighborhood all day, and wore returning  home to Berlin about 8 o'clock.' In  anothor motorcar following, was a  friend, Iierr .Tahuke, whoso car was  about two miles behind.  Plunz's car, steered by Plunz himself, arrived at a part of the" road  with trees growing on both sides.  Here some ruffian or -ruffians a short  time previously had stretched a wire  ropo about halt an inch thick across  ���������the road. One* length of the rope  was about lho Height,of-the top of  tho wheels of the motorcar, and another was nbout breast-high of the pas-  congers..  Plunz's car-came with -full    force  RETAILERS CONVENTION  I  .Great Preparations for Gathering at  Reglna Next May  Already (-seven committeas comprised  of the 'hustlers' of Reglna, Moose Jaw  and Saskatoon aro busily engaged in  making all necessary preparations for  the holding of a monster retailers CDn-  veutioa in thtj city on May 5', 6, and  7. , In addition to giving the retailers  plenty of food for,thought as to the  best methods of conducting tholr business, it is proposed to give thom* a rol-  icklug good.timo while in the oity.  The ladies who will undoubtedly accompany their* husbands wlll also be  taken caro of. The entertainment  has already announced that it will  mako * special arrangements for .the  entertainment of lho ladles* and lt  has been suggested that one afternoon  might he laker, up by a luncheon at the  parliament buildings, if such could he  arranged. . ,  In the way or general entertainment,  it is proposed .to make arrangements  with tho'Reglna Theatre management  to have a good musical comedy as tho  attraction on tho last night, when tho  -������gnrirsrth"e~TO"per^h"iyinTF(rbTeh fas  tened to trees. The rope caught  Plunz, and nearly decapitated him,  and caught his wlfo ip the. face. It  tore out her eyes. Both were flung  from the enr with great violence.  Frau Plunz broke her,neck in her fall.  Their younger daughter, who was sitting beside her father, escaped injury.*  The police are sure that robbery was  intended, but that the murderers were  frustrated in their purpose by tho arrival a llltlo later of Iierr Jahnke's  ear. Tho road Is largely frequented,  by Berlinors visiting tho pretty northern neighborhood of the city.   \  AID FOR STEFANSSON  H. G. SMITH.     ��������� '  Instigator of Movement,for Retailers  Convention at Reglna rn May. 6, 6,  and 7.  Explorer Starts Gathering Member* of  Expedition From Men of Proved  ���������Experience  London.���������The'council ot tho Royal  Geographical society at Its. forthcoming meetings will consider a resolution  voting to Viljhalmar Stefansson, the  Canadian arctic explorer, a- substantial grant toward the cost of his expedition to the north, which Is1 being  made.undor the auspices of the Cauadian government.    -   *  Monsieur Reuchat, the famous  French anthropologist, who a few days  ago offered his services free to the  government authorities at Ottawa,  camo to London to confer with Stefansson, and was selected to accompany  the expedition. Two Englishmen  will also join the expedition; Dr.  Janooss, of South 9oa Island fame, has  already been oho*sen, and the second  man will probably be Prof, Murray,  who directed the scientific staff on tho  Sluicklcton expedition.  ANOTHER PROOF  FROM THE WEST  THAT DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS ARE  .   A NATURAL REMEDY  Alinard's Liniment for sale everywhere,*  Mostly"'",  A woman can't throw a thing  Jiraight to savo her lifo.  Oh yes.    There's one thing she can  throw straight'.  ���������   What is It?  A cutting remark.  ���������       ���������-���������------������ i���������   ii. -j  Perhaps one reason why lho fool  killer is out of u job Is becausp ho soldiers an Jt.  SUFFERED  entire house would be bought for the  visitors by tho special committee In  charge of the entertainment. It waB  at first thought that tho vaudeville  "might be more attractive from the vi-s-  itors'^point of yiew,' but the majority  c"onsTdered~Thaf7"tlfo city should not  spare expense in getting the best prdr  duction possible.  In order lo assure a large attendance  the transportation committee has entered into negotiations with the railway companies with a view to securing cheap fares to and from Reglna  during the time-of the convention.  Following out that idea the publicity  committee ���������hat also Instructed the  secretary to circularise tha retailers  throughout tho entire province, and  other means are also being engaged  to get into touch with these merchants.  The Knights of tho Grip will work  hard in tho Interests of the convention  from now until Uie time of meeting.  The United Travellers have formed  a committee- nnd the Northwest Commercial Men's Association has also  selected a committoo to work ln conjunction with the travellers. It lo  altogether likely that tho travellers  ���������will tako an actlvo part in.tho programme of entertainment to he pro-  vldod.  For Cases of Exhaustion and Nerve  Weakness���������How 8; Jeremy Found  Relief When He Cured His Kidneys.  Sniatyn.'Alta., (Special) .���������That the  natural remedy for exhaustion and  nerve weakness is one that wlll give  good circulation and pure blood carrying nutrition to all parts of the bodv,  is again proved in the case of S. Jeremy, a well-known resident of this  place.      ' .        ..."*  "For over two years I suffered from  attacks of exhaustion and nerve weakness," Mr. Jeremy states. ��������� "I tried  .many nerve foods and tonics but must  admit that Dodd's Kidney Pills have  benefitted me more than anything else  I ever used.  "I am more than grateful for what  Dodd's Kidney Pills have done' for  me."  .' Nerve weakness and exhaustion are  caused by impure blood. Impure  blood. Is .-caused by diseased kidneys  failing to strain the waste matter of  the body out of the bl'dod. The natural remedy is to cure tlhe kidneys.  Dodd's Kidney Pills have yet to find  a case of kidney disease they cannot  cure;        - .        ���������  OUTSPOKEN   AGED  BISHOP  Views Expressed by Him Creata a Big  Sensation Throughout Italy  Rome.���������It i3 stated Mgs. Bonomolll,  the octogenarian "bishop of Cremona,  who Is known ln Italy as 'The Patriot  Bishop,' has just published a remarkable pastoral on 'The Papacy and It-  )aly;   the  Church and  Politics.'  Writing of the. ugly quarrel between  the Vatican and the kingdom of Italy,  which has now beeu protracted for  over sixty-three years, the bishop says:  Tho strongost loves that sway men  are those of their faith and fatherland,  and when theso are mado to clash,  men, especially tlio younger mon. como  tow feel divided against themselves.  How many, during tho period sinco  this deplorable feud was started havo  abandoned their Interest ln Catholicism, quitted the church", and oven combated ltl What a massacre of souls  has beon enft. Is still being made! I  should bless Provldonco at my advanced ago could I, beforo descending  to my grave, seo this long-desired conciliation effected,, and tho banner of  Italy waving ever the altars beside the  Cross of Christ.  !Mgr. Bonomelll says there never  was an epoch when it was more necessary for intelligent Catholics to distinguish between what is human and  corruptible and transitory in the Roman Cathoflc Church and what Is divine, immutable, and. permanent.  This liberal-minded prelate further  vindicates the right of-laity, to 'full  liberty in .all l.olltical, civic, and other  matters outside the doctrinal and moral teaching of tho church.  As for the clergy, they, may be in a  .somewhat different position, since  tliey form a class apart under special  laws'of discipline. The pastoral has  caused quite a stir throughout Italy.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Tako LAXATIVE BROMO Quinlno Tab-  lets.    Druggists refund money If lt falls  to cure.     H. W. GItOVE'S slcnature Is  oa each < bor.      25c:  Disappointed :   . =>'  * George has told mo'all the secrets  of'his past.- *  -  Mercyl- . What did   you   think*  of  them? .-'..-- b' .  For Years, Restored To Health  by Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Canadian womon aro continually writ*  Ing ua such letters as tlia two following,  which nro heartfelt expressions of gratl-'  ���������Hide for restored health:  Glanford Station, Out. ��������� "I have tn.  ken Lydia 10. Pinkham's Vep*etuble Com-  I pound and novor  fount! any mdlcine  JI to compare with l-t.  I had ulcers and falling of womb and  doctors did mo no  good. I suffered  dreadfully for years  until I bogan taking  your medlclno. I also recommend it for  nervousness and in-  digestion." - Mm.  Tfi-NltV C,iMU'l CAtooftird 9tnti������������*   fi**t.  CJwa'-U;*-������������������&���������<���������, Out. - "I licntd your  medicinoa highly praised, and a year ago  I began taking them for falling of womb  find ovnrlnn trouble.  " My left side pained mo all the time  tun,) Jnp-t \t������ft>r? ~*y ������.?;]:>h ���������������.!.;.It, -..a*  Irregular and painful it would bo worse.  To sit down caused mo pain and Buffering nnd I would be so nervous sometime!* that I could not bear to soo any  ono or hear nny ono speak, Li Uio npeeki  would float beforo my eyed and I waa  atwaya conaltp-Atcd.  " I cannot sny too much for Lydia E.  P.'nkham'fl Wgclublu Comikiunil and  Liver Pilli*-, for there are no medicines  llko them. I hnvo taken them and 1  recommend them to nil womon, You mny  publish this tftnUmonlhl." - Mrs. Stb--  phi������i J. Martin, Ch������s\* rvi!!e, OisUrio,  Canada.  No Asthma Remedy Liko It. Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy Is. distinctly . different from other so-called  remedies. Wero this not so lt would  not havo continued Its groat work of  relief until known from ocean to ocean  for lt3 wonderful, vnluo. Kellogg's  tho foromost and best of all asthma remedies, Btands upon a roputatlou  founded in the hearts of thousands  who have known Its benefit.  MADAME WANTS HENS  W. N. U, M-J  Wife of France's   Ex-President   and  State Department In Amusing  Quarrel  Paris, Franco.���������An amusing examplo of olllcia.1 red tapo is furnished by  a dispute between a state department  and-ex-Presldont Fallleros about tho  poultry yard, which Mine. Pnlllores  kept at the presidential chateau of  llamboulllot.  Mine. Knllloros found whon Rho  took up residence a vory Inforlor brood  of poultry to tliM which sho bonstotl  at her country homo ln Lot-ol-Garon-  no. Sho imported thirty-four of her  host poultry, and the Htato department  of domaltiH addod two black Iloudan  coekorelH.  Now that pho has loft tho official  residence, Mmo. Falllnros proposos to  tako hor poultry with hor, But tho  department haa Intervened. Mmo.  Kallloros took thirty-four fowls to  Hamhoulllot, paid thn department.  Mmo. l-'allleres Is at liberty to take  away tJilrty-four fowls���������lid moro.  Tho ox-prcBldcnl's wlfo protested  energetically that In bovoii years tho  <,i-'h'''i<i loui* oi'.'i JmiUi|'Ju-il consul-  ernWy.     Th -'niral rr*|01i*d Ijj.'il  In thnt rnt* Imported ImiiH had  taken tho i *f tha c.initial mini-1II  ber which J.i-j.-j. Falllorea found on  arrival, and Unit thuy consequently did  nol, bt'long lo hur.      Moreover,   pro-  ���������v,v-.v'.*>������   tin: Kjvit.'.iJ...i*l'il, ii '.i.'-i ii'uluiivt  has Ineronnrd no Rreatly, tho poultry  must ho the descendants of the two  state cockerels.  Mmo. KalllcrPs replied that tho  stale roc-fcorul*** died long ago. Granted,  paid the dopnriniont, then tin* cocker-  ol** which nro there now tnko lho pl,i-*(������!  of tlioKi- so gonrrottfily provided by  tho urate.  Thero the db-putc Btands nt present.  ���������I^^n^imiy^Isapp^mTed.   T77"  PARADISE  DESERTED   FOR  WEST  Pretty English Village Pour3 Best of  Population  Into Dominion of'  Canada  London, England.���������High up among  Jthe hills of Oxfordshire, between the  villages of Combe and Stonesfleld,  there is a littlo place called by a  freakish fancy Paradise. In somo  respects lt i3 not inaptly named. The J  -���������country is extremely beautiful; the  land fruitful. But tho -inhabitants  aro leaving it���������leaving Paradise not  singly but in scores out of their scanty  hundreds for a golden vision in tho  west.  Next April a party of nearly fifty  peoplo will leave Crmbo' and Stones-  field for Canada, more than B per cent  of the population. From Charlbury,  a rather larger village in tho vicinity,  another ��������� fifty,* uro going at tho same  time, Wholo families havo emigrated; fathers, going first, have sent  homo for their, wives and children;  brothers havo .sent for brother*',  Nearly 150 pooplo havo left tho 'two  smaller villages out of a, combined  population of about 900.  ' Young .Combo and young Stonesfleld  abroad are doing remarkably well.  Tho talcs of their doings llro tho blood  of tho stay-at-homes. Thero ia the  first of tho Woodloigh hoya who went  out lr-st; spring, and In tho course of  a year has sent homo nearly $500,  Two brothers nro Joining him this  spring and ono moro noxt year. The  cllmato In tho west sooms to work  strange transformations of character,  too. Ono man who was not noted  for hard work at homo sot off nlno  monlliH ngo, and to tho Joy of his wlft\  besides sending her homo $1 a wook  regularly, has now forwarded $200 for  her passago and to buy warm clothing.'  From-the Wack Head Inn at Combo  tho whole fnmlly Is migrating. Rlx  yoars ago Uio oldest son was the pioneer of emigration from tho village. In  Canada' he has mnrrled and has a  houso of his own, for which he linn  boon offered $3ji00. Ills father followed lilm a year ago, and .In tho  twelve montlin saved nearly $R00. Ilo  has returned to fetch his wlfo and all  his children, his son-in-law and all hia  fan-uVy.  Population of Russian .Prisons  St. Petersburg.���������Remarkable statistics have been laid before tho Duma  recently with regard to the population  6i! tho. Russian prisons.- It appears  lhat between the years 1905 and 1911  the number of the prisoners in Russia  had increased by 95,000 and that the  increase was largely among lhe political prisoners. From 1903 to 1911  tho expense of all departments concerned had increased by 83 per cent.  Acts of terrorism in Russia during  the last few years liavo been of rare  occurrence. It Is not anarchism  which is'filling tho prisons, but trade  unionism and socialism. -The information regarding the prisons was laid  before the Duma as a result of inquiries instituted into the large number  of cases of suicide reported* from the_  pnsons.  There's only 'one thing worse than  having to shovel coal, and that is not  having any to shovel when the mercury hit's tho zero mark.  It Is a poor mai'.smnn who considers  a bird In tho hand worth two Iu tho  bush.  Hociuiro a girl ts afraid ot a motiuo  la no sign lhat she can I ear ;i cat.  Fomo per.plo can't worry over big  thliiKH Iter-nuso they aro m busy O'litig  ft similar cervico for tho little things'.  It U Ui-uCovUuji; lo n'-aviv..* I'.i.vl. ih.-  crazy people always tnko a view con-  tiary'to our own.  Tt finp-iin n tMlgtiifiri slow ol slsotvit  liM'thtftttarkl.'.'i'kll'-a *.<���������'-  It fiaorth ������r������l ������*<lt. Jit-.*  vour fcMtlli.r l-rr t nii'l  Iur..Urlea'i������[&bN.\r. ll  ikici tlio v.otk.  TwCuta&niiSu?.  Utt Crai ii|U**������tt*!,l'i.si/{i|  tzaaMunrvMXttZTu.TS&'urxiX'  SPRING BLOOD  IS WATERY BLOOD  How to Get New Health and New  Strength at This Season.  Spring ailments are not Imaginary.  Even the most robust find the winter  months most trying to their health.  Confinement indoors1, often ln overheated and nearly always badly ventilated rooms���������iu the homo, the ofllco,  the shop and tho schools, taxes tho vitality of oven the strongest. ��������� The  blood becomes thin and watery and Is  clogged with'impurities. Somo people havo heodaclies nnd a feeling of  langour. Olhors aro iow-splrllod and  nervous. .Still others aro troubled  with disfiguring pirnplea and skin  eruptions, whllo some got up ln the  morning feeling just as tired as whon  they went to bod. Theso aro all  spring symptoms that tho blood Is out  of order and that a medicino Is needed. Many peoplo tnko purgative  medicines In tho spring. This Is a  serious nilHluko. You cannot cure  yourself with a medlclno thut gallops  through your system and leaves you  weaker still. ' This Is all tlint a purgative does. What you nrjd to glvo  you health and strength In iho spring  is a tonic medlclno that will onrlch the  blood and sootho lho jangled nr-rves.  And tho ono always rollablo tonic and  blood builder Ih Dr', Williams' Pink  Pills. ' Thoso I'llU not only banish  spring weakucHS but guard you agalnht  tho moro serloiiH iillincnlH that follow,  buoIi ns anaemia, nervous doblllly, Indigestion, rheumatism, and oilier dis-  oat-os duo to had blood. Miss Milan  Mown, Portland, Out., says: "A little  ovor a year ngo I wnH In a very anno.  Vnlc condition, stiff orl nt|." from most t>f  tho symptoms of that trouble. Often  I tipont HloeploHH nights, and folt ns  thotigli I did r.ol caro whether I lived  or not. In this rondlUori I began  taking Dr. WlllinmH' Pink Pills, nnd  after tho unn of t<-n or twolvo bo';o:>  I was n-Htiirod to tho blessing of perfect health. I feel, therefore that I  cannot say too much In praise of tills  nic-dlc.ho.  If you are ailing this Hprlng you cannot afford, in your own Interest, to  overlook so valuable a medicine as Dr.  Wmi-I-'-**.'   T'lnV "PIMo ������ri\,\     \,i.      ,11  motllclne dealers cr by mall "at t>0  cents a box. or iux boxes ior $i'..fiO  from Tho Dr. Williams' Mcdtcliio (.'o.,  HroekvllP-, Ont.  -T  nhall  want  TMI,..,  MlRtri-RR  -I f n ������ n I***- '1    l*!*-  any friemlB that may call.'  Kllon���������oii, thank yer, mum!  you going to b������ In?  you to he  Ain't  THE RIGHT WAY  In all c-ase3 of  COLDS,  ETC."  DISTEMPER, PINK EYE, INFLUENZA,  of all hones, broodmares, colts, stallions,  la to  "SPOHN  THEM"  in their tongues or In tho feed put Spohn's  Liquid'Compound. Give tho remedy to  all of them. It acts on tho blood and ,  elands. It routt-a the disease hy cxpeli-  Insr tho dleeaso germs, it wards ore.tho  troublo .no innltcr how they nro "exposed, '��������� Absolutely freo from anything  injurious, A chlu enn safely talte It.  Sold by (JruKglsts and harness dealers.  Distributors���������Ail Wholesale Druggists  SPOHN MEDICAL CO,,  * Chemists and Bacteriologists, Uoshen,  Ind.,  U.3.A.  S\  Do not be misled���������  ASK FOR  it  GLOVE  and LOOK for the Trade-Mark.  Perrin's Gloves are famed for  their Style, Fit and Finish.  Glove* that ar* MOT stamped with  althttr th* trademark or th* nam*  "Ptrrln'sMak*" ar* not the genuine.  j-'i-ia  ^������������������^.���������UW-'vi^  "1  J]  For Over 40 Years We Have Been  Making Vehicles in Canada  FORTY years ago we adopted the policy of "One grade  only and that the Best/' and we still maintain it. Men  who know our goods  buy McLaughlin carriages  because they know they are getting the best whalebone  hickory, toughest steel, finest designs, and best finished  vehicles in Canada. ;:. . ,  We want to get acquainted with the men who have  never owned a McLaughlin carriage or motor car. We  believe it would be in your best interests to carefully investigate our full line of goods before placing your* orders.  We own and operate our own branch houses which'  carry full lines of automobiles, carriages, spring wagons,  and repair parts at Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary  and Vancouver, and cordially invite your most critical  inspection.  McLaughlin Carriage Co,, Limited, Oshawa, Ontario  EUREKA  Harness Oil  Best for Wear  Insist on tho  genuine Eureka  Harness Oil in  original packages  Dealers everywhere  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, LIMITED  Isle tf Wlfjht Crumbling  lyomlon.��������� Further Bnrloua full* nf  cliff ut Atli'M-flr-l'l, ThIo nt Wifilil, liavo  iifjalii ronilf-roil thn lll'olioat uhoIosb  hy dniwiKliiB Iwyonil rt'jitilr t.lto liumch.  Ini? slipway from iho top of Uio cliff  tu tlio In,'ull, which 1������ tho only meant  of lauu-itltifi; tlio l*ont, It will bo sav-  oral mont Iih licfoi'o anothor ollpway  cnu bo coiiHlriictcil.  Tho moRt oliHllimlo corn*! mid warts  fall to rtulat llollovvuy'a Corn Cur*.  Try It.  Much of tlio or Initial win to bo ol>.  ������(W*d nbout u** duoRii't oliow iii.nir"  hUmis of orlRlrmlli}*,  Mlnard'i Liniment Cure* Dandruff.  ���������hh m ������������������������  ���������' m wmi rnt ��������� am  When a ni'in '."*������ "' brttcr of ui  we are itK-llniil to l-f-llcvr nil th*  incnn HilntM wj pvi-r hr-iinl nbout li!i������.  A C*-*.*' Word (������c the Hit  London.���������Doclor JU'd-i;itli, inodlcul  olllrii- of health, hns n-portcd to the  Wooilhridfio urlmi* rotinrll that of  {HMO rats di-Htroyed by tho councll'ii  onli-r, onf-h-ilf woro ������'Xfitnltif d mlcrn.  wojncully iind In no varo wag tliero  nny suspicion of-dlsfaao.  The i-'.ati who Kbits fur ofipurtiinltj  to I'lincI* flii'li the vrnitln': ,*-mM,  -*���������**���������������������������������������-��������� 'i-������----*-Wi|.i    in it***-������������������-***���������  Many n pood d!nn*-r !m*i heon ������in*-!!-  ������������������d by a pom- dlpt-nllo'i.'  Buffaloes Chnn-je Habit  Capr-tov-.-i.--A   Hadclyffo   luiRdaU*.  Icnttirl'if* at tlm ('immra Club on his  r-vp lie,it-.-*, In Ftri'Hi V.iA Atr'.oA,  wIhtc he Miil'ir-d Kaino with iho cam-  ont. tvilil that ft purloin chnnuo h:\ft  t.'ilicn p-rm- In tlif hablta of V.w African buffalo, which hnd liivotni- a hoc-  tiirn,il erv-'Surf, It tn -i'l.-l ���������������������������iSrltilo  h" nddi-l,' that Ibis w/n a pr-if-cUvc  <!(M':������'i*, as tha Jly wlib-b tiurlwl rind-  fc-jjo-^t v.3*������ ',.'.**'i*i.;*!.  If.I V.I.A liU-l flOt ni������!if> I tail wliiciHi-}  Mijilit 'i'i* I1 havn dnii'* !kh ".ib'-U'd a  Hut ot full.  Homo.-~Tho DuuIicbb of Cmnoa hml  a narrow cacapo from bcltiK burned  to death. Whllo analnilni" hur ni-niH  nnd neck with a preparation for rlmu.  nmtlHm, sho approached too cloudy  to a Bplrlt lamp, and tho piepnratti.u  lftiiluxl. Tho duch'-sii wuh hi'tvod by  hor maid who smothered tho ttuiiu-s,  . A contrary man In ono who won't  listen to tho Kood advlco wo pour out  ���������for his bono fit.  Wo ftouM Mand for our PonllntiPd  bad lucK. If it wnro not 30 inoiiotonoiii.  V.'j   CilllSill.ilb.ii.tl'y   ',u'0   La-IIu'III'; .  Thn bos;- Isn't round  clalmlnjr who ho Is.  loudly   pr>  "8nm|>l������ Uio it ������uu tuitt! Nail>>r������*U  lima nml Ulu-riiUai Cu., ot Ciui.id^  Limit'..],   lotuiao." THS   NEWS,* 6t***BBSLAS9. -BftgKSffi   QQU&iiBft&i.  Tlie OiiaiDBi'laM Kaws  *|WATER NOTICE  issued* Every by Wednesday the  Comox   &   Cumberfland  o      ���������  Publishing   Company."  This paper will .not hold itsdi'  ri.:!*]>on.-*il)l*e for. tin* opinions of others, as, may appeiiv in its column:*"  ���������fi'iiiii lime to timo.  WKDNKS1UV   .11 WE -1*. 19J3  .S.mvnid him! District.  o ���������  Disliiit of iJivunx.  TAKK Nf>ri-JE thai Mary Thulin of  J.und, H. C. occnp.iii.jii tii.irriert   woman  m'otuls to apply for pcriuis-tton to pur-  (-'i.ise   the  follnivinu doci'iiK-d lands:���������  'O  - Commcnclijij; ai a po.it pl.micd at the  ���������siui'.h-wcsl rnrner of '!'.' L. No. 44338.  ihence north 8.~i chain*., thence west 46  clnins, ihence south 50 chains move or  lc*-.1. to -shore line, thence alon^ the shore  line 40 chains more nr les-* to plac**-, of  bc,-ini*in.j containing ;>>o acYes'morc or  Irs--.  Y.EMRGE VERDIER  Ay-nil for Mary'Thulin  Date August iyh, 1913..  Say ward L1r.1l District,  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICK 1li.1t Charles Thulin.  'of Lund, II C, ncai'i.ition  merchant, in*  lends to apply lar. psrini^si onlo   pur-  rh.ise the thu followi-iy re-iciibecl land:���������  Commencing at a poet ph-.nted in Rrowns  Bay.it* the northeast corner of T. L  ,,���������3146,   thence   west 8.)   chain**, thence  north 2 ) chain*   1 hence  cist   80 chums,  to the shoreline, thence south 30 chains  ���������more or less along shore line to place of  ���������beginning containing if>o acres more or  less  GEORGE VERDIER    .  Agent for Charles Thulin  Date August 14th, 191-2  FOR A LICENCE  TO TAKB AtfD  USE WATKU.  NOTICE h hereby given' that K-*qtii-  malt &  Naiiniino Railway, of   Victoria,  11. C will a, ply bra liceuoa to taUe ������nd  use 100.1)00 gallons per 24 horns, of water j  outof ThauieR Crcel'i  which flows ia   a j  northerly   ���������Jlir-io'u.i**   through   Kewoaelli;*  Distriot and cmp'it-R into StriiitB of Georgia near H miles* wast ot Bij"  Qunliunui  Hiv.r. 'Ihe water will he diverted at *i������900-*  upfitioam  fr-Jin   lailway uud will ha uatd  for (,'ener.il railway -**.i'pon<s.ou the hml  doso-ilied a* Railway Right of Wi,y.   Thi.*  notice wns pm-tt*d 0:1 tho grou'al on   the  3rd Any of April, 1013.     Thu .'l-pl call >u  wi ! Ijj ft'ed in tho ottieo of tlie Wator 1U-  oordor at Victoria, B. (J.    Objection** may  bc filed with the said Water Roconler < r  with the Com pt rol lur of Water Rights,  Pailiamsnt Ihnldii'U*, Vioti-rii B. C.  ESQUIMAU'A NANAIMO RAILWAY  *    Applicant  II. B  BEASLKY  A Relit  tiio ,       ������������������*>���������'���������'  Saw-ard I,*ind District.  District of Comox.  TAKK. NOTICE that'George Verdi  .e*-, of Lund, II.C, occupation  intends lo apply for permission  to'pur  ������������������.has*-: the folb.vin,* described   l.-������nds:~'  Comincncinjj at a  post  planted nt   the  -santh-ivftU corner ol Lot-^vMhence north  5 1 ch iins to tho'shore line, thence follow  in.*; tlie shire line aruu id the point lo the  place o| beginning.  CEORCl*: VfcROIER-  Applicant  Date Aujjust 14th, ior;:  .Sayward Land District,  District of Comox.  'I ARE NOTICE that   Fred Thulin,  nf Lund, U.C., occupation   merchant, m-  ��������� tciidi to . 1 Pi>)y  for pcnivissiou   to   our-  t.h tse   die  folio-vim; diiscrthed  land: ���������  C ),ivnen;:iiv4 :n a pist ' planted al  '.he  so r.h-'j.ist corriir of Timber   Lease No.  31SJ4, thence  west 8.)   chains,   thence  south 8) ch iins, thence cast 80 chains to  lho shore  line, ihence   following  shore  'lm2 north 8 ichurii, irure or less to the  p'.aci of b;0'in������t!i*; coiuainirfj;   640 acres  lliotc or less.  GKORCiE VERDIER  .,       Audit for Fred Timlin  Date Aug������j 1 14'h, I9������2  WATER NOTICE  FOR A LICENCE TO TAKE AND  USE WATKR.'  NOTICE is hereby given that Esqni-  ma t it Nanaimo Railway, of Victor'n,  13. C will apply for n l>o*-neo tu take nnd  UBe 100,000 gallons per 21 hours., ot w.ator  out. of Sandy Creek, which lions in a northerly oi-ection through No-vcastla Diatriot and empties into D.-ep Bay, noar  Rosewe'l Creek* The wntur will be divor-.  ted at 2150" upstream from Railway aud  wili be used for General R-.ilw.iy purposes  on the land described an Railway Right of  Way. ThiB nutioeWas posted ou tho  ground on the 3rd d*y of April, 1913.  The application will be filwd in tho offigo  of tlio Water Recorder at Viotoria, B. C.  Objections may' be filedwith tho Baid  Water Recorder or with the Comptiolter  of Water Rights, Parliament Bu ldin^H.'  Victoria, B. C. f,  ESQ.UIMALT &, NANADIO RAILWAY  Applicant  11. E: BEABLBY  Agent  apllft ' ���������  iny7  W-A^ER-NOT-IGE  FOR A LICENCE TO TAKE AND  '  USE WATER,  NOTICE is hereby givon that K ijui-  malt & Nanaimo Railway of Victorin,  13. C. will apply for aliceiuw to ta'ie nud  use 100,000 gallons per 24 hours, of water  out of Hindoo Oeok, ivhioh flows in a  northerly directiou through Neleon'District, nnd empties into Rayne Sound near  Ttmble River. Tho \-mter will be dive*"t������.d  at HOO-npstrenm from Riilwny and w 11 be  used for Gonoial Railway purpoftw on the  hml dcBcribed as railway right of w.yTliia  no ice was posted on the ground o-i tho  3d day of April, 1013. The applu-ath.n  a id ho Hied in tl.o oflioe of the Water  l'je<vder, Victoria, B.C. OljootiouB may  bo tiled v. ith Uie said Water Recorder' or  wi'h tin Comptroller of Water Rights,  I'arliniT.eit Build in***, Viotoria, B. O.  Es-QUIMAl/r & NANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  H  K,     KASLEY  Agont  "    TIMHKH BALE Ko. X31.  QKAFJ5D TKNPERS will bo re  <J ("f-ivi'il by tlio Mitii-i'or id Laiulti  nm brer thai I'oon on tlio 24tli  il iy i;! Aji-il, 10115 f<>r tin* -purclm-a-  of Lir-i-nci! Nn X.'U, 10 cut  ���������J.lU,*j,t;t)0 ft-i'l if t.mbcr on tbo  JSortl. \Vi'>t Qnartor of ^'fclion '21,  I'cniiinii I-iliuiil, Nniniiino f>istricl.  Tiv.) yi-arn will hi nllowiul for tin;  leinoviil i-f liiin tiiJibc*-.  Panicnlarn   o(   Cliiif   lMHcstor,  Vic'.oria, li. U, in2fi.on23  WATER NOTICE  TOR A LI0BN0E TO TAKE AND  USE WATER  NOTICE  Nnl'iUi: IS lir.KKliY (������VP,N that  o>*jt 11 ii; ���������* of Un Provincial   A'iricuUiiral  f r,,.;r, ,'M1 ���������|in^ \,*\.\ ni (h^ f, Hnivintr  V i:ittm>--i\,liril Ibh, 10 a.m. anil U.'IO  p. on. I'ny if all,  I'iiIim- ilu���������April lV'tli, 10 a, ra, A(*ri-  r i|tii*ril Hull,  p.m.; April Kltli, l������ *���������������������" ,'",ttt ll������u.:  1*011 touiiy-April I7������h a A IS I*,   10 a.  in. iv.d 2,!f) p.tn.of h..t'i d)'*, Atrli'iil u-  nl 11111'..  I ill mm-April CI t ami V'2 d, ID u. nu:  4.1.I 'IAI p.li;, "f   .-'A ������������������������������������������������������������������������ A' ci.'t Ifnimi",  'l'.if ('i������:nu*imnir* v   I lr������u nvi.l K'i*  011  ���������i.l  nnH-i-1  -tir-i-l.!.*-*   ��������� , ii. ..Inn il  ���������   ll'li  tptii nnt Im l'r -vlii *'���������.     A I vmo * inter  fdtwil 4M' iivitdl U������ ���������������>   JiNvi.lt,  W.l'l. HAY*-" VUIi. Ml.A.  Ch'liWliQ  NOTICE i������ liort-bj* given tlmt Esq-i-  tnalt k Nnnai'iio Railway, of Victcrii,  R.C. will apply for a Uopnoo to tako and  tmo 100,000 Ktllini por 21 hour', of vat', r  out of Roy Crook, wliloh (|owh in n northerly dirtctiou lbtntif-1) Cuin"X I>i*triol  and emption iuto Comox iliibotir, nour  Trent River, Tlie wntsr will bo div������ rtrd  a*; 'J'JSO ' upRtroam frnm Railway and will  be ubuiI for fjoneral Kallway p\irpon'H on  the lnnd (U'BCribAil an Rnibvuy Rinlit of  Way. This nutico was p">ti-d on tho  gionnd oil tho Rrd dny if Apiil HMil  The application will ha fib A ii tho ������.>fU>;*-  of tho Water Ricordi'r at Viotoria, 11. (.'.  Oijcotiona may lu filed wih tlio t.*.id  Wnhr Recordiror viith Ih-*' Cun pi roller  of Water Rit*litn, Parliament Ruililiinji-,  Victoria, 11, V..  ]*XiUIMAM Si NANAIMO RAILWAY  Ai'plicmt  II. K. 11KASI.KY  Af*t nt  \\t V.. (.'Hlvll  .  .V- 'a V-  TO DAIRYMEN,  l/or Snlc at a snerifice���������Two  '���������Mrurnet" Crt'iuu ,Separators(i'.ic  best .separator ou  llie  market  sizes 1 x 3.  capacity 350 to 400  aud   650 to 700 lbs    per  hour.  There being absolutely   uo  call  fur separators in and round Vic -  torn, 1 ht* Agent is Riving up the  s.iie of them and ofiur* these at  half the wholesale cost, viz: $50  nnd too each, or 8100 for th,:*  j two.      These arc the l&lest pat  '  jti-rns--never \m,*i*vi   out   of   tbe  istore.     Apply U. Onibb,  lotf  iCential liniklin^, S icioria, H. C.'  YOUR  HEXT  ORDER  ���������   III    t    ���������!���������*��������� I*  -*(***  ���������Y\iW  LETTERHEADS  '  JBILL11EAUS  ENVELOPES  PAMI'HLKTS  CATALOGUES  MENUS-  11LOTTEKS  DODGEUS  POSTERS  SHIPPING TAGS  VISITING CARDS  BUSINESS,CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  HALD PROGRAMMES  ETC., ETC, ETC.  ti"  I  I  i  )--*m-ri-.'yz.-i**:.  t UMBILAND  riMMMWi������*MM  I In  Pi-  I  li-  NOTICE  Vancouver Land District.  District of Vancouvar.  TAKE NOTICE ihat I,  George  Verdier of Campbell River,  occupation. Cruiser,   intends  to apply  for permission" to purchase lhe fallowing described lands:~Coniinen  cing at a past planted at the N.E.  corner   of  Tun ber" Limit  43146,  ���������hence weet 80 chains, thenceNorth  20 chains, thence east <*80 chains,  to the shore lino, thence south 20  chains more or less along tho shore  line to the place of beginning.  GEORGE VERDIER,  Name bf Applicant  Dato, February 26th, 1913 ,,,  Ig^Zgyg>l:C^^^g^AXT>,   3RCISE.' COLUMBIA.  Union Steamship Co. .pf." B. C. Ltd  THE S. S. 'COWIC'IIAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  NANAIMO DEN MAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  j   Leave Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p, m.  ���������    "    . Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.80 p, in.  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 8 a.m.       Leave Tuesday noon. ;  ,      Arrive Comox, Tuesday. 8 a. ii.,.'  LeaVe Tuesday, 11 u. in.  Leave Nanaimo G p. ���������-. Tuesday.   ArriveTanconver'U.aO p in  Leave VaucoHver Saturday 8.p.m.  Arrive  Nanaimo,    riAo'p.-:  Amve Union Bay, Sunday 6a.m..Depart 5 p.m.* 3   P-  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.sh "   "  Subject to change without notice. ' " '   ;  <m^mi(^^^m^?^^^ s**������s5@������t3������^^  '  .    NOTICE ";��������� "  Sayward Land Distrust.,  District of  Savward.  TAKE   NOTICE   tliat    Justin  Dorr ol upper Valdez Island, occupation farmor, intends to apply fur  permission to purcbase.. the foflp'v-  ing detcribed lands i "'Commencing  flt a po.'t planted  10 chains cast ot  Hyacinth   Lake   and    10   chains  eouth of N. W.. corner of J. D. pre  eruption, thenco  10 chains west  to  lake, thenre in a south-easterly dir  cction, 10 chuii.6 along the. shore  of tho lake to the intersection'of J.  D* line, thence north 10 chains: to  point of'commencement, containing in all' five acres more or le.������s.  ;     JUSTIN DORR,  Name of Applicant in-full  Date. March SU), 19 lo"  ,  . LAND REGISTRY ACT.  *> .     *  *   In THK-������*MATTKtt,'of an  application for  afresh Certificate of Title  ���������UoLol 54. [Mhj) 311] Townsi'eof  Courtenay. ' ' =  NOTICE is horeby j-ivenof my  intention al the expiration, of one  calendar month from the first pub-  l������ licalion hereof to i?sue a fresh Ot-r-  ttfwale of Title in Heii of the Cerii  _ficaie_Qf_.Tit!e^|3-������ued--to--Jo^epb  McPhee on lhe 80;h of March 1905,  and numbered 10990C "which, ha*  been lost.  Dated at Land Registry . Office  Victoria, 11. C, this 2.1st day of  DeCDinber 1912,  ,',   S   Y. WOOTTON.  Registrar General of Title?.  |j The Courtenay Hotel  - Every coiH*cnien**e for guests.  Tho Oential Hotel for Sportsman  None but the Host of Wines and Liquors  DRINK  SHARES Ifi THE  The purest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  iiboh  e  J.    N.   KEcLEOD ,    PnoPEiEror.  English 4 x BURTON always on tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Aohenser, Bobmuian, Kchltz, &'c. , "OLD GREY BEARD'"  SCOTCH WHISKY;,    -  Best "Wines and Liquors of all,kinds.  "The hoarding and Lodging Department, under tho immediate superintendence of Mi*  Davis, will bo torn d Firat claflu in every reepcut. -  ATES,  *j>l oo per day upwards.  ���������*-*  ��������� cM*���������w.m:i!!W!^.'tt!mEmsz  at the Har,  RATES  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better,  Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver^  Distributors *N ^NAIMO, B. C.     "���������  offer   you   a safe  and   sound    investment   with a   "'.  -* -    , ���������   ii  good return on your money as. well as an enhanc-  ���������i> **  ' ed value  from now on. ��������� ' ,    y    '  A Company with * NoPromotion Shares; ..  A Company with it ;    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.  I Call op send fot. a Pi. ospeetus to-day  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  0  0  0  i  T3  O  O  CD  jc  CO  5 o^  C/)  CD  \  r  i  I  .0  X  C  CD  c  G  tn  i ������-������  l/i  'J)  s  s  o  U  *->  V)  -w  a  c  u  JS  o  r������CTSZ7.77>y yjwmau-a  I The   Mercantile  General   Agency,, Ltd   f  ;   , ������������������ Head, offices :~~   ,  ,207, 208, 209 Union Bank Buildiug.Xoruci* View and Gov't.,  Streets,  Victoria. B. C.     I  c| Phone 3243  '. .    . Geo. Abbott, Managing Director.  'f        "We Build Homes and'Make Loans."  k  -|     ���������     ���������-  - /������>    -.  ���������b ���������  lit  ������0������ S������������������������������@������������������������������������cS������������������^-^  CONTRACTOR  **-***-*t**-'l**'l**tl|,--im*-*-M^-^^  Plastering, Brickwork,  Cement Work, etc. etc.  IV YOU NEHD ANY WORK DONE OF THE  ABOVE DESCRIPTION LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE NEW ENGLAND HOTEL WHEN  SAME WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  First-Class Work.  ���������������M-m*MmMammQ YBBBB^-^timm ttxtrnmaammafil  ka*aauttmm*utranA Bum 1    ium'    ft ���������������k^mm~~~~?l.\  J  isiuTiOii.  To whom It may concern:���������  Thi* is lo notify the public  that all freight charges ou hond-  i.-d noods i-ientcd at Union Bay  hit the Comox Valley must be  jiaid before goods can be forward  ���������r.i. By order  Canadian ColJiories Dunsniuir]  Co,  .at'a*m*m*���������*>*������Am *****  The  UneU   /Jt. jjlt.lt   Jltyn+lp.  Tonfl* tinA 'nn^artw** tho wliu'e  wm-rvam ntum,  fukw   i\.n*  ���������"ilU-.:-*! In o.M Vwliiu. tM-u A'trv-  ow. IX-WM/y, Mfttnloa.1 Jimi* fVuir.; I*.s  % ftttaol nrtalt*tkt, I m\.i.ioin. S/<r-  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  Sayward lJ,ariil Diitrict.  District of Sayward.  TAKK NO HCE tl,at;Geor)-o Stnokc, of  Now York, N. Y., ovcupatiun  cufjinoer,  intr-n'iU to npply fcr -.ormisi-iou to par-  t-liaso   iho   following   dob-ciibuil'lands:���������  Commor.ciog at a pott planted 20 oii-iinu  uouth d������ tho Dortlj-cast oornor of lot 55J,  tl.enoe onst  20 cliaiDfi, thenco uoilh  AO  ohnin.", thonco- wont  20  chain**, .thenco  aotitli -10 chain's lo point of commenco-  mtnt uontaining 80 ncro*) nu.ra or limp.  OEOKGE STUCKB  FinhiT M.^GnskiuB, ARC-nit.  Dale Juno l'Jth, 1U12.  S.������ywurd Liiul Uitt ict,  District of Siy-iai''].  TAKESOriuE Out Ooorgo Charlos  Ston", of Now Voik, N. V��������� oQcnp.itiiin  olork. ititcnda to apply b>r pnnniHHion to  purolnu'O tlio forowii.-* (lo'cri-if-d liiinl**:���������  Coiiidiutioiiig at n voni I'lanLi-d JO ohuitiH  ������o>t tii.it 20 ohiiiiiH north i.f tlio uoitli omit  corti-r tif lot fl,r>-l, thtjicu viisu. -10 i-h-iint-,  Uh-i.oh hCuth 20 chuitiH lliitiioo wint il)  olmit.s, tii u u n ith 20 olmin*- to joint u-  oorntnoticoraout containtij,' 80imrun ni'Ti'  or le,**. "  OKOlcaKCHAHLKSsrONB  Viwlior M, U.iH'*-iLiHi t\f\mt.  Ditto Juno Wih, Ml 12.  SaywarcliLand Distriot.  '!    , Diktiict of Siy������arJ.  TAKB,:N0TICKJth,t   H.nry   Alfred  He 8, of Now York, Now York, occuinti-  ou I'lecli'ioiim, intciids to ajj]-ly fur pormiii  aion to purmiHtioa to purulinso tho folio*,  iug dcHcribod latuli:���������-Ofinimencin; al a  post pluiiteil iii, tho'jBouth otiBt comer of  tho north wob1; (inurter of lot 583,  thenco  ���������M'chiiiuscast, thenco  40 chums -.orlh,  thenco'10 chuliin"wo. t,  tliein'-* W   chuina  south top ii.it..������ com i.-jiK-oihont C'liitulu-  'wu JOOaeron.nioro'or'1 kh  llKXltV  ATjPKCII   IIliKH  l'-.i-liftr M, U'akin*', Agont.  D,itidJuuc2-lt,i., 1912.  H-iywnrd L������' d Dihtrict.  Didli-ict of Sujwud.  TAKK NOTICK that William John  Sullivon, New Yoik, N. Y., oocupnt'ou  elcrk, inlenda to apply fur peiini bioii to  purohofo tho tolliMin*;' tho tollowiiij- Amu.  oribul lanrtfl:���������('oinnioi)fjii.j- nt a post  pkiitml 10 chiilnfl hoiiUi from ilio smith-  e.iht corner *f I.t fiVi (on pout T," \) thmioo  uoitli 80 rhniiiR, thwiou hib; 80 olmir,-,  thoi-oi) *imth SO t'lcv n-������, tliomo wont 80  olmiiiH, lo point of oiriinioii(-i'm**iit con-  Ui* i >tl 0)0 Mt.-OH iiini-o nr lf-n������.  WU.UAM JOHNNUKLIVAN  Fi-hor.M, CJitHlu'tii', AyCQt.  Ditu Juno C1-.1, 11)12.  Hay Win! Luul 1) ������tiia,  />.(*<(,rtat of SiyvvHut.  TAKB NO TICK Hint Willi jiii AiiRnufil  Fli������cholI, if No-v York, N. Y., ocuni'ii-  lion il<rk, iiitciidii to npply for pont-inHlon  to purcharo iho foilowin^ Uucrilio-l  lnd������l:-C*o.iiiiioiii-ii:-{ at n pout plm-to-l  \V.) ch.iii h ont and -10 olwiii r north of the  north-������i-kt corn-ir of lot liN\, tlu-iico ������o������t  5t> oliA'tin more or lt-Hi, to lot 551, thcuco  ������,w i.j.iun t(i.itii  a u i< ta^t i/i-uuiiiiiy   tl  UL'i' ������������������!! UiUlV    .11   '-;i,>, j Ji.1 C'~lt  il.l.l.i.\i : J..'.* .'')i.;,hi,tn i.i-,,'. nf inn  ('u.uii.i:k J'j.v.vyifw ]c.i(,{. .|i;,   llitmco m-rlli -10 t*liiiit;n   ������o  Hayward Lnml J>j������*tric*fc,  1'mil ioi of .Siywrinl,  TAKK NOTICK that Cliailoi Pt-nny ������f  Vnuc.uiver, 11. U.| oauuimtion ooutraofor,  iiid'uili to Kp-ily fir i.t-rmfmio'i to pur-  oti-H.' ilio^fullo,tin(f 3 di'Koribeil Inml-t:���������  Coi.niun-jln'- at a port phintcd nt 111-  S'uilh o������Ht 001 nor of lot ft78, Iho'.'Ot woHt  ���������10 olinlpr*, tiioiioe noutli 80 oh lini-, tlioico  cant -10 uhaiiiH, tlioi.nt nor h' H t 0 iniiiM to  pi mt  of couiiiirDuoiiiuui <:ojit-inii-(; U2D  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said."  .  ' ' * * ���������*������������������" ; t" t'-.titr   iv,     lllli 11 tt;   ni.iid    -;w   CU III 1,0    IO  ������. ������. . . , ... j u'rui moro or lo.-"*.  C'J).j^l������������jU-i-^-������Aif^������j^/^.',.^..*������������^-.i'^  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  ���������| And ait KlICHI-N   .UThNhlLS  Sportsmens Goods  and  WILLIAM AUGUST IH-T-IIOF  J lAiar !ii ,C'Atl.iu������, Atoul,  Duo .1 ono 20th. .Wl  I  ���������Sujivtiiil Lah>1 Disiiiot.  ��������� Ulsti u:l t-f .-J-iyH .tnl.  TAKK NOTICK lliit  ("harl-u  llnsry  I.,      p  ..     1-,     -.. \* ,.  #  A,     tl      .llirt    ,'!.*���������,     .������,       ,       I C*. .1'/������li<l!t  ! ttlccin ui, Lit i.il-t In <|i.ily for |)-rn)i������luii  ; t > |������ .n-ui-i" liii- In I '"'ii-- .lincrilic I Hail.:  it'iii.ilioii:i-,f*-at ������. p ht l-l.'ilit tl lit U.O  Mn.l't i'litt' i,'i---.,f ] .! ,*V.', Ihtrnrt tort)'  !'.'> liiii-i, II.--*- i" <*,������* i;i tt;uj:"��������� tlu-i.--  '..,it������. '.'Ilcl.ii a . 'Ii.-i ���������" t> -I   1*0    Icirtl  tin  . Sayward Laud District,  ' Di-t.'ict of Skyward.  TAKE NOTICE tbat John Ar hur Duly,  *>f N������w Yoik, New York, < mipatii-u clerk  intoi.dn to apply for p<.rini.**ion to pur  ohafo tho fullnwing deatrihod lotidfli���������  Coiiitiioiictng at a po t phut-d nt tha  south-eiifit corner of Loa������u -Ifi, (honoo  KOitth 80 choina, tin uco w<(.t 80 chuiw*,'  thenco r.oith 80 ohaitM, thdioo eaet 80  oliHioH to poh t of ooi-itneucsuunt ooutalu  ilig 040 acre-i moro ^r lot-B.  JOHN ARTHUR DALT  FiBher II, O-it-kin.-, Ai,'wiL  Date Juno 24th, IS 12.  Sayward L-mi L'idnot.  Uiutriut of Sty ward.  TAKK NOTICE ib-t Walter Bod.U  Diet, of Now York., Nu-v Yoik  occupation lat'oror, i.itendt to ripply  for pcriiiieflion to purohAsv tho foi owitg  di.Ki;.'ibtd laiiUi���������Coiniuanai-(* it. a. )u,t  phinU'il 120 ������liilriit woit aud 10 cbuui  north nf tho Houth-oiat corner of butt  40, tin ncu woiitji SOch.ifiB, tho-.ee en������t 40  cIihIiin - thenou north 60 uhalm, thouo������  w������hI 10 uhiiiiiB lit point of cottnu'ttu. tuout  ciihiiniiij- li'20 noron mom or le-c,  WALTKH UBDbLL ������KST  Fuhor ll, (livHkiij������, A(*oir.  I)..fi������ Jim* SU!i, U'I'i.  NOTICK  Any jM-rsoii or j-i'r������iiiH, nuttin-r,  ronioviu'i or t.'ilcin^ any hlock.-,  timlxir or wood, of any ilescrijilioilii  xOonging to tin* Wi'lli-ngtou Col-  iJory Co'y,, ur from or off tho laud  of th'������ Mtl'il  -f'oiMTiniiv,   r������r   nni-nut-  * ** ���������/'  t^ji?Mf������T������HilRl������ of any 'IcsMtylfo-i  aiiywhcio upon the conipany'-i  iiiiui will iM pronC'-iiti'i! to tlio full  oictiMit of tlie law,  , Oviitrrrtl Mana|-orr  Co llii-vy ('o,y,  i    \      ������, I      It I 1     "',''*' -" '-'"' " ���������  '���������"',   '" '' "'    '-"''     H"l������l   !���������������  I j fjenera! fisrdwarc {,.-"������ut ������������������' "���������������������������: ������������������"������������������" ���������������������������*������������������'���������'���������������...��������������� ^|  II  1 fy V-W*H������������AM^������i-/^*J^*^������*aM^������\  i  Jt   i   .<���������.������*. - U.i.l-,' ii.  I.--.1  j^j ctiA".I."*;-- iit,Ni*.v im'.stI  * U i- Juhc'.vh ur,:. . j  Ntm<'K.  Uiiliiif.' on lo<*<������ii)iitivrtj< ami riill  way ctr-A of tli������- I'u'uw c:ui,i������.r-f  Company l������y any pirfton or person-! ~-exc<}.: lain c������l*a-- i\i itriot'y  pn>Ji������! Jtf-il. Kinpiiiyrr-i -r������* sul>-  *t'C mniwuAn-nl ior "iiowmir tam-  \W r>n)rr  W. li. ccwjisox,  Gtiu-ral VAKi^t:. THE>TEWS. CTm7WK7/ANTX.R C  The Army of  Constipation  Is Growing Smaller Every Day,  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS aro  responsible���������they not  onlytyvc relief���������  ihey permanently  cure Consfipa*  lion.    Millions use  them (or  B'Jioss.  mss, Indigestion, Sick Heoiachu, Scllow Skin.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price*  Genuine must bear Signature  NO  WAR  SAYS  LONDON   PAPER  BASEBALL' UNIFORMS  Our 1913 list of the above is  now ready. Uniforms all made  to measure and satisfaction  guaranteed. Write for samples  of materials.  Tbe HingstonSmith Arms Co. Ltd.  . Dept. T       Winnipeg  Boole Free.- A -.usple  Home treatment removed  lump fromtfiio lady 's breast  Old tores, ulcers and  growths cured. Describe  -mar trouble; wn will send book ai'.'l leiliaioiiiaij.  The cAnada cancer institute, uwit������b  '     IO CHURCHILL AVE..  TORONTO  REST AHD HEALTH TC MOTHER AHD CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup lias been  ���������Used for over SIXTY YEARS bv Ml UNIONS of  MOTHISKS for their CHlLUKKN WHIL1*  TKICTHINCJ, with PERl-'KCT SUCCESS. It  BOOTIlESthc CUir.D, SOFTENS tlie GUMS,  AXT,A\'S all l'AIN ; CUIUCS WIND COLIC, and  is the hest remedy for IHAKK1KKA. It is *b-  eoluU'ly liarnilesii, 13c sure and usk for "Mrs.  -Winslow's Sootliiuu Syrup," and take so other  kind.   Twenty-five cents a bottle.  ; TibaS-Ar-e-Gu-arantee'd���������  Why lakj chances in buying a pair .  " cf gloves when you can get aposilivo  Guarantee backed by Canada's  largest glove faclory in the.,  The Spectator Gives    a    Remarkable  Analysis of the European Situation  London, England.���������There   can   be  no doubt Unit thert; Is at the present  moment a good deal   of   uneasiness  among thinking  men  in England In  regard to ihe European situation, declared. Uie Spectator iu a remarkable  article:  The reawakening of France and  the evidence of its power' and alertness have given immense, nay, universal satisfaction to this country, but  thai satisfaction is tempered In many  cases by an anxious thought. The  French, it la argued, are at this moment very sure of themselves, very  full of putrio'S m and martial ardor,  and very certain that tholr army is  in magnificent condition, not "only In  regard lo its men but also as regard  material, aud especially as regards  that greatest of all tho mechanic  powers of war, artillery. "At the  same time, France-, with all Its natural quickness, recognizes that for the  moment Germauy is at a disadvantage.  Austria-Hungary has its legs caught  in tho wire entanglement of the Balkans and, if the great war came now,  would rcc'iiire help from Germany rather than be able to give aid, But if  the fight comes with Austria-Hungary  thus entangled, can any one believe  that Italy will run the appalling risks  involved by adhesion to the triple'alliance? Germany, indeed*' may be  said to have publicly admitted'its con-  .dition of dis-advantage, for is it not  at this moment asking its taxpayers  to mako an unheard of sacrifice in order that it may remedy tliat condition  and out. of its own population create a  new army which will make up for the  aid tl:at Austria-Hungary would have  given it before the teeth of the dead  Turkish dragon had grown . its crop  of armed'men in the Balkans? ,  .' To-sum up, there is a feeling here  thnt France may Iind tho temptation  'ISow or Never' too great for her, and  may feel that her national interests  demand that the European struggle  shall he fought this year.  .. To rasifit this feeling the SpectatoT  points out that ther- is a largo body  of wise, prudent and influential men  in France, who understand that any  attempt to carry out tho 'now Qr never'  policy, would forteit, the support probably of Russia, and certainly of Britain. And if Britain' wero not with  France, French communications with  Tunis,,Algiers ancl Morocco might be  severed by xhe German-Austro-Italian  fleet and the French flank turned by  a Gorman invasion of French lerri-1  lory. German sea power is in reality  directed as much against France as  against, Britain.  Fqr_ these reasons France Is not in  "the lcasfTikely-fb_T)i*o"voEe~waf~tKl'������"  year, as she is not going to knock  her head against a brick Wall. ' Nor,  concludes tho Spectator, is ^Germany  lilcely deliberately to provoke a conflict.  Kaiser to Visit Venice  Turin, Italy.���������It is stated ia tho  Venetian press that the German Emperor,will pay a visit to'Venice shortly, and that the visit will be tho oo������r  casion of *a meeting between tho Kaiser and the King ot Italy. From  Italy the emperor will proceed on ths  Hohenzollern to Corfu.  Bordeaux.���������The Scala Theatre hero  was seized for non-payment of the  rent just as tho curtain was about to  rise. The actors refused, to appear,  though offered half tho receipts, which  were not refunded to -the audience.  The latter accordingly made a nolay  protest, invading tha stage aad cutting  all sorts of capers there.  H.B.K. Pinto Shell Gloves ���������  made from specially tanned horse-  l.ide. Guaranteed v/et proof, v/tivl  proof, sl'j.im and heat proof, Send  fcr lllujtraiions.  HIDS-ON BAY KNITTING CO,.  Can*i<ly'u Expert Glove and Mitt Makers,  MONTREAL.  , GOOD FOR LITTLE ONES  Baby'u Own Tablets are good for  nil little ones���������good for the now-born  bubo or the growing child. They aro  absolutely safo and are guaranteed by  a government analyst to bo free from  opiates and other injurious drugs;  Concerning thom Mrs. Wm. Kcrnag-  han, Cartwright, Man.,, says: "I havo  always used Baby's Own Tablets and  find them good for little ones." Tho  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail.at 25 cents a'box from The  Dr: Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville, Out.  Declare Action Justified  Berlin.���������The Nord Deutsche Aljgem-  eino Zeitung, referring to Montenegro's interference with ' tho Austrian  steamer Skodra and the treatment of  Catholic Albanians, says:  If Austra-llungary has resolved to  call Montenegro to account for such  u agressions, she is acting for the'as-  Ei-rtion of her endangered rights aai  interests, which corresponds to the  protection afforded by international  law and the, principles of European  civilization.- ' We abate nothing'fropi  our announcement of an understanding between Austria and Russia with  respect to the Albanian question, and  on the other hand are convinced that  a final agreement has been assured  on the last point, nitherto controverted. ,.  Gould Hoi  All mothers can put away anxiety regarding their suffering children when  they liavo Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator to give relief. Its effects  are sure and lasting.  TO   KILL   TIGERS   IN   LONDON  77UL  <. ;  ONEDYI'mAILKIN[JS������'H  Ii'i thr n.r*ANF.CT, MMI'M-:''**', J ml Ili.ST HOMII  I'VI'., mio mn lniy--\Vliy ynu don't ������v<m hnve In  Know wlnl KIND of Clntli your C'uoijt ur* inaiW  nl.'.Sii Mhlnlirt tre Imponillilc,  ShhI fir 1'fuii Color Oiii-il, Story Ilmi'il*', ������nd  llnntilciulvliiu rcmilln nt Dyiliijr over ntlirr niliira,  'Ibo /a-!NSn.V.--K-|-ARn.-ir>N CO., Umltml,  Miintrual, Cuiiii!.-!,  Italy Denies any Action In Albania  How*'.--All reports regard I up* Hal-  fan iii'op.'ii'iiilona I'or ml lit 11 ry -H'tloii (11  All.-itulii or (U nl'ioi' pnliils on tlio  nppdHllo Hl'iorc of lho Adi'liitle nro uu-  I'liuiiili'd, Ho fur iih lib' 11nllo.it i"������v-  ������������������riiiuciil Idiou',*-, Mie <|!ii'Ht!oii of Albania !*��������� priK'U'-ally .hoIvpiI uh It htt'.i  hfcti i'iiiilli'iiir-tl Mini. AtiHtrlii Iiiih  itni-i'i'il lIiul .lakovn i.luill i,*o lo rWvlii,  which will milliify lliii wl-ilicH of Uiui'-  *���������!������, .'iml IliHjtl.'i Ii.'lu iif,r"i'd Unit Hcul-  ;irl nlifill remain purl of Alli;inl;i, TIiiih  Ifii������k1*i, AitHtrlii nnd Italy (int acting  In u'-fi'i'd, '.iiippoi'loil by tlio oilier  powiTH.  -*������������������ hi  ��������� mam 0*--������*mmi n������i���������m  ll.iud an i'liti't'prlHliiK ii wi it n lpiiuin  and lin wlll link you fnr n glass uml  BOtiin r.ngor to go iilnin; Willi It.  Wonderful  Moving  Picture Device to  Test Skill of Rifle Shots  London, England.���������It will soon be  possible for any man or won.au In  lho heart of London to shoot \ User  or fire at a motorcar travelling at (ho  rate of fifty miles au hour wltho-it  causing any bloodshed or running the  risk of being summoned by the police,  The r.r-w cinematograph target,  which will bo exhibited for tho first  Units ut tho Olympia Cinematograph  Show hy tiio Life TargolB Company,  It one of Uio most wonderful invention;-*- in*tlio cinema world.  It. Is an adaptation of tho ordinary  living picture for purposes of marks-  lii-inslilp, and whilo'doing away with  the tedium of cotiHtantly firing at lho  s.-inic- object, lt provide**! tho rl'.u-niai*.  with somcUiIiig of tho pleasure of tlu  chase.  The moving plglurc is thrown on a  (ravelling paper Hereon and ns t'lc /).q-  ures diir-h past tho rifleman tukoi aim  nnd fires. As booh as ho lias sent  lils hullei Ihrough the Hereon tho  sound waves of tho explosion aro recorded in- a telephone rt-'et-lver connected with n Hystom of control In tho  uppiiriuiiH which immediately uuubuh  the picture to conic to a standstill tor  a   few   K'TOll'lH.  When (lie bullet hnt pierced the  Hen-en a Unlit from behind becomes  vlnllili' through the hole, which (Hs-a'p*  pears nn hooii aH the picturo is being  net In motion iiu-ilu.  The iii'iv devleo Ih bnliiK lentcd by  war' i-llic'' iilllehil,!,  Suffered For Vaars ?rom Indig-ss-  tion Until Cured by Dr. GhaseSs  Kldney-Liuer' Pi!ls.  Lad  MAKE3  BOY  HER  HUSBAND  Threat  (������������. a ticx er ������U t.ox������������ fur |2.eo,  t\ ������ll tidlli-M. ���������*** Th* Ooddl M������UI-  tint Company, Llmlt������4, Torant*.  Cintna,  VV. N    U. 04*  Forced to Wed Under  of li-ctnnt Dentil  Sr, I'l'iPishMi'i;, lliispla, ������������������ Tlio  forelhlc nhdiii'llnii (ind cuinpiilsory  i/ini-clii|(c ol' ii CiiiiMlL'liiii youth arc reported from Kill tils.  A prottv girl of 10 mimed Ilogovti,  who live** in lhe vlUiigi- iif KiillH-Karl,  fell in love wllh a handsome boy of  the i.iini..' rig", mulled Sari, who lived  lu a   ni-l'shliorin.n   luinilot,       Klillier  inim   Kii,\iie*-H  or  Hum  uttiiiieiHi.tcio.i  *���������;,.;, ,j:.i :.  !  "  ;��������� -'-A. t,. \ho lovr r.U'Y.  \ iniilileji'ij mlviiiicej*, nnd nho therefore  ! eiilintiid tlin aid nf a band of young  i iril>esuir,!i. wlio mail-' ii raid at ui'-lit  i on lie* dwi'lliii-r, ol' H.ii'l'ii lmroiiU nml  I enri'led lho youth off to a hill fnntiiPHS',  j when* Ho������ovii wan *<>,iJiii.i*,;Ai\ i,au.  At* flr-it SttrJ roJtM'ted lho prolTerfid  Inniil of UoKovn,   but   his   abductor**  llii-eateiHd to hill lilm on tho npot tin-  h'JH he mndo JIokovu hhi hiidn. Under  comiiiilftifm Harl roni-onloil, Tha next  day thn tthihuAorti mndo nnother raid  In .*������ 'd'fiVr������'*������l* (llrertlon nnd )mro fo the  i reinli/vo'ts it '���������I'T'-yiii'iii,  who univll-  ' llni'lv nileiiinlxi-d iho liinrrhiRi! of Uo-  ' I'.o.-i and i'.'iil.  i     In the fin-arillinn an firmedpai'lj* or-  11'.nii:/.. d by thr- lmj-'h pun'Tits, who were  v.-. ll-to -in iii-nplc, )i,ii| found Mm (mi!  * iif Hii: i-i-'imi-'i, but thi-y arrival too  ' l.-.'.-r *,, j.*,-. '.-i'ii' lho '. *arrl:ij*.>.     Aft'r  . :i t,'.nrnii   teom< Hw ofipt^iiiff 'i.irtle.'i  ' wen* r* "orif-'l-'it. nnd H'>-ov:i hurt* olf  bet   now  siuoi'i-.'  Midi-'-r-'o'-.i  in   trl-  tiinpi;  lo lu-r home In Ktili(*-K.'irl,  Mr, J. D. S. "larrett.  If you suffer from chronic indlffea^  tion, forgot about tho stomach and  pay attention to tho condition of tho  liver and bowois. Ten to ono that  is where tho real* troublo llu.**.  Tho liver Bets hIukbI.sIi and falls to  filter tlio bllo from tbo blood, tho  bowels becomo coiiHllpulod and tho  whole digcutlvo system ia upsot.  As to cure,.you cannot do bettor  than to read of Mr. Barrett's  experience with Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver rills, Thoro Is* no treatment  so prompt nnd thoroughly effective,  Mr. J. D, H. Barrett, Nelson, B, C���������  nnd formerly of Twllllngato, (Nfld,,  writes;���������"For Bovoral years I was a  Brent Huffornr from Indigestion, Tho  luast bit of food caused mo considerable troublo and often 1 oould Gear-  eoly eat a mon I a day. Tho many  reined Ioh f tried proved ful Ilo untfl In  ItiOC I Jjotfuii tho uso of Dr, Clinne'a  Kldney-Idvor Pllla, and after u������in������  about olRht boxes T waa completely  curod. Sinco that llmo I Imvo not  been troubled with Indlffcstlon, which  I <,'onalder a urcnt bleHslnij,"  ])r, 01inHo'rfl Kfdnoy-I.lvpr Plllr*, ono  pill a (Iohp, l!fi eontH n. box, alldoalorfl  or Hdmuiii;oii Hatoo & Co., Limited,  Toronto,  -"*������������������"���������     ��������� t '  Rates nnd Ratcntclilnp  London.---In llvo woeki- Uio OoIcIiph-  ter boroui;!. rate ate hur has killed GOO  .rain at an avenuro coat to tho ratus  of !) pencil per nil.  Mr. JI. E. Arsenault, a Justice of  the Peace, and st&tiois master{'at  Wellington, on tho Prince Edward  Island Railway, says:  "Four yeavo ago I slipped ia ta������  Btatlon and fell oa a. frolght* truck,  sustaining a bad cut on tho front of  my leg. I thoucht this would heal,  but Instead of dolnfj so lt devsloped  into a bad ulcer, and lator into a form  of eczema which spread very rapidly  and also started on tho other leg.  Both, lega became so swollen and eora  that I could only go about my work  by having them baadaged. My doctor  said 1 must stop work and lay up.  "After six moutln of this troubla  I .consulted another doctor, but *tvlth  no'bettor result. I tried aU the salves,  liniments and lotioni I heard of, but  Instead of getting better I got -worse.  "This was my condition-when Irgot  my first box of Zam-l3uk. Greatly to  my delight that Artst box gave me relief. I continued to apply it to the  sores, and day by day they got, better.  I could see' that at last I had got hold  of something which would cure me,  and In the end it did.  " It ls> now over a year sinco Zam*  ,Buk worked a curo In my case, and  there has beon" no return of the  eczema."  Such is the nature ot tho gre-At curea  which Zam-Buk la dally effecting.  Purely . herbal ln composition, ��������� this  great balm Is a suro cure for all skin  diseases, cold sorea, chapped handa,  frost bite, ulcerB, blood-poispnlng, varicose BoreB, piles, scalp sores, rlne  worm, inflated patches, cuts, burns and  bruises.' All druggists .and stores sell  at 50c. box, or post free from Zam-Buk  Co., upon receipt of price.  Unrest In India Causing Alarm ���������  Calcutta, India.���������The ferment caused amongst Indian Moslems by tho  events in the near east far from*- abat?  Ing, every day becomes more marked,  ���������and responsible Anglo-Indian journals  all over -the country are drawing attention to the serious! nature of the  position.  ������������������The Indian Ilirror, a-moderate Bengali newspaper, says* that the situation is becoming most s'erious, as the  Hindu extremeiab are laking advantage of the Moslem unrest to push their  own revolutionary ��������� propaganda, and  urges upon the government the advisability of prohibiting all meetings on  the subject of tho war. If this is  not done, the Mirror, is of the opinion that the ferment wlll follow tho  lines of the recent Hindu unrest. The  attempt mado some timo ngo by Aga  Khan to calm the popular feeling has  only resulted in, if anything moro  meetings being held, at which ho is  denounced na not a truo Moslem.  Reviewing tlio .situation in a recent  leading article, tho Time* of India  says that It Is timo that tho wise  heads among tho Moslem community  interfered to give the community a  lead, for tho, extravagant, language  which is now being employed, and its  effcois on the uninformed, are so mischievous that if a correctivO'ia not ap-'  plied the consequence must bo moat  prejudicial to tlie Indian Moslems  themselves.  Minard's Liniment Cures'Burnt, Etc.   ,.    ���������>  Pel-lag.��������� The young and pretty  daughter ot the vice governor of Klang-  tse province, China, has offered hor  hand and a dowry of $5000 as first  priz'e in a lottery organized by her ln  aid of the famine sufferers.  London.���������A' spaniel,,, which* was  trapped on a ledge 300 feet high," on  the faco of tihe Dover'eastern cliffs,  was rescued by a coastguard, who' was  loweied down-the cliff by a rope.  Why did none ot the candidates  th.!nk of working the endless chain  system-to get votes?  A RACKING COUGH  AND SORE THROAT  CURED IN FIVE HOURS  Use-the Proper Remedy and Caltis and  Sore Throat Disappear  "When I came home last evening,"  writes Mr.. Thomas E. Jarvis, "I wa������  all used up with co;d and a racking  cough. I felt sick ail over.1* My  wife rubbed my'throat and chest every  hour, and made mo gargle with Nervl.  lino and wart.er. I was soon warmed  up and made comfortable with tha  Nerviline, and tno chilly .sensaUoa  passed away. At 11 o'clock, after  llvo houra' treatment, 1 was practt  cally well. I therefore wrlto you at  onco In order that it may be publicly  known that Nervilino will knock out  a bad cold over night."  lt is a fact that Nerviline will ease  up a tight-chest, will relievo that sore,  ivheozy fooling,.will knock out a cold  ln just a few hours. It penetrates  deoply, draws out .the congestion,  cures promptly. .Get a.largo family  slzo bottle, 50c; small size, 25c, .at  all storekeepers and druggists or The  Catarrhozonc Co./ Buffalo, N.Y.  '    Striking a Match  '   First Bachelor Maid���������Miss  Suiglo-  ton is playing with fire again.        **   -  Second Bachelor Maid���������How is that?  First. Bachelor Maid���������Going with an  old flame of hers.  Paris.���������A new Fronch Arctic expedition is now being organized under M.  de Payor, nn officer of reserve and a  member of the Geographical Socioty.  Tho expedition will tako two aviators  in tho-hope ot realizing, the dream ot  reaching the north pole by air.  The Soul of a  Piano is the  ,    Action.   Insist on the  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action   ���������  m  te^  "JW.V  wm  "Asphyxlation-aa-Method-of���������Arrest-  Paris.���������A weapon for the firing ot  asphyxiating bombs, devised after the  recent seigo of automobile bandits In  their strongholds, was used for tho  first time, in the capture of a negro  who had becomo ' suddenly mad and  ran amuck in the Autcuil quarter,  threatening everyone with a loaded revolver.  Detectives chased the man from  room to room In a house whero ,ho  had taken'refuge, firing gas bombs as  they wont. The fugitivo was finally  cornered on lho roof of tho house in a  state of semi-asphyxiation, quite powerless, and was transferred to a hospital.  ,  Stop the Cough. ��������������� Coughing Ib  caused by irritation in tho respiratory  passagOB and lc the effort to dislodge  obstructions tl������.t como from inflammation of tho mucous membrane. Treatment wilih Dr. Thomas' Klectrio Oil  will allay the Inflammation and lu con-  scquenco the cough wlll cease. Try-  it, and you will uso no other preparation, for a cold.  Rush From Church to Picture Palace  London. ���������Desplto vigorous protcati  by several ministers, tho Mlddlebrough  county mnglslratos granlod a Boven-  day Hccnso for a now picturo palace.  Ono l-nir-iBtor said theTO was a runn  from churchoa to picturo halls after  evening ncrvlco, which was unseemly.  International Stock Food  is Equally Good for Cows���������Horses-  -Pigs  This eroat tonlo t������ for oil ll-re itoct���������to mate fowl  *iliv������-inOfo ruiljc���������to.'<65p='."G--*"<>-������i!'.?="0"=i"=ri'"n������-  condition���������to fatten plgu ������iid keep the "wlutisr plgi  strong md vigoroln. -  Wa Kuiruitod that It trill mak* yonr colts, cilvei,  Sit*, luoati ������nd lambs crotr rapidly, and l*et*i> "141a  ���������ulthr and thriving all lhe time.  Tell ui tha number of hr-u! of itorlc yon owu anil vre  trill nnd jou a copy of our $3,000 iitocjc Uoolc-i'roo.  Here's another farmer wha (Inii It tiayi te fted  .lutcrnstiouAl StoctKooilu  "Hock-port, WettOo., N.n., Jan. 13", 1018.  "IKTEIWATONAL 8T0CK I'OOD ll all O.K. I  nreraeo a pacing* erery two months for tny stock���������  IiavIi'k threo honea, four cowi, two ralvet, four stotn  und iheep, Careful teita ehow that my milking cow>  havo elvon SO per cent, moro milk ilnce fredliii; Inter-  c-itlocalijtocfci'jod,   Itljalsofhiofcrrjlvfi*."  *     DEVEiav TOWKB.  IrtternatUn.il Stock Food, Poultry Food, and Veterinary preparation** are fcr nolo by dealer*  ererywhsre.    IS you cannot obtain our goods in your town write 113 direct. (SO)  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO., LIMITED   .....*> Toronto,  ffl1--'''!--*---^^  r  North, South, East, West  men and women are subjecttothe numerous ailments caused  by defective or irregular action of the.organs of digestion and  elimination. Headaches, lazy feelingsjjepression of spirits  are first consequences, and then worse1 sickness follows if the-  troublo is not removed. But thousands hay-e discovered that  (Tho Lurgeit Solo of Any Medlclno (n tho World)     "'  nro tho most reliablo corrective, nnd lho best preventive of those common nilments. Better digCBtion, moro restful sloop, greater Btron^th,'  brightorBpirits, clearer complexions aro given to thoso who uso occasionally this time-tested homo romedy. Beecham's Pills will no doubt holp  you���������It is to your interest to try thom���������for all over tho world thoy  Are Pronounced Best  Prepared only by Thomai Ileeeham, .St. Helcni, Lanoaihlre, Rndlund  Sold even-where In Canridu end V, S. Amerlci.   In botti, 25 penii,  rail -irtvent t!in,t IroiiMr-i fioni tefjiltig  liMitfe* 111 Die Imru very Ion*;.  Yon can get  KENDALL'S  SPAVIN CURE  nnil rur* nil m.'li nllmrnla.. 1'or-1 yMt-1,  K<"nl������ll'i< v.;mvi.t i\\\f 11 .ri 1/r.cu li.c liotu:-  tiiiiu'-i UkiuiUy.  ,������ i-i r vtr 1 v O-rr ll������������ru j^tli, ign,  "Ilinvr ii'ii* 1"- :iilitl1'ri Sj.nvln i't'-tr. for  titer ti yr.ifc <.nilit|{ twn tinK Hii.tviin, one  C'i:li, on' ll������nts Sjvivlli kll'lu Wlli|;li"r.e���������iU  Lui < .tt'.-H, Youi JilciiKiiir i.thtr l.n.t in tlie  wuiM." Ji'hlAII 1UIWCK,  I'tl'K fl \itt Itoltle���������6 liatllf* |J. A***  .lni*"v;lit t<tt frea \nvAt, "'ire/illtc o������ llie  Untie ' tii' w-ileilimt loui 1%  Mr, R. J. K--n������*i-*H C������n*p������n-f  T.anttnut TtMi, V������rmonl, U. fl  irummi  ABROAD itntcment-Yet literally true, The aim of man Un the  bemnninK \m been to make bi- building materials m nearly like nat-  ural itone ������i poiiibla. The great labor required to quarry itone led  bim to leek varioui manufactured lubititutet. The only reaion he evei  uied wood wai that it wai eaiiett lo get and most convenient to uio.  \Vood ii no longer eaiy to get. bke mo.t building material, iti coil ������ m-  creniing at nn alarming rate. .     , ,.  ���������nie coil of concrete ii decreasing.   So, from the itandpomt of either wr-  vice or economy, Concreto ii the beit building material.  Canada'! farmer! nre wm more concrete, in proportion to the.r numbert,  than the farmeri of any other country.   Why >  Became they are being lupplied with  Canada 'Uemerit ���������  a cemnit of ������1>������ liiHhe������l po������iiM*> qunlily, -whicli it*,  ���������tirei thn ���������uccb-jh ol llieir concreto work. '  TIib iecret of concrete'! popularity in Cankdk uei In  thn fnct that while we liavo been iclvertiiinB the ui������  of concrtte, we hnve alao been prortueinn, by aclen.  li������icrneihodi,hw.������iawuji:.'������^V:ji,-H '** ^"'^r  that tho concrete mado with it ������>��������������� th������ complet*  ���������MiiUction our advertUenj^nU promlyed.  Concrete would not have been in ���������uclumiverial u������e  today, bad un Inferior grade of crment been supplied,  lntut upon (jelting Canada Cement. It is your brit  asiurance of ihoroughly satisfactory 'e������u������������ f"'-0"*  your ronrrsta work. Tber* il it Canada Cement  dealer in your neighborhood.  Without thu \t\bc\ it ts  not "Canada" Cement.  IIU*        V������||������M������ **���������.*,wu,..w  Wtiti tor out brtr tOo-fntg* L������i>l " What Th) Fttrmtr Cttn tit With Conrmtr  ���������A'lifamir (tin afford to it without a ropy.  Canada Cement Company UmJl-d  Montreal  F mm���������������������������������ii������WI*IWl*'ill 1  1  . -..-im. -m-mr^-~mvm.l..  ������H" y^wy^.. t..'.W"-miimWtQ THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C.  0(j)  ������  v  *\  I'  P  i.  I'.. !  f.', (  U!  I'     !  L- i  I  Good  form  l���������- ��������� ^^7T^= '  remark fell from the lips of the fiddling Ncro while Rome was In flames.  'And all it means is:  "I 6lioul(l worry."   "  This phrase, expressive of compla-  supposeil to be of a trying nature, has  fastened its tentacles on the country  .with all the adhesive qualities of  "Twenly-three-sliiddoo," "Tell It to  Sweeney" aud "1 gotcha, Steve."  "It Is a wholesome and exceedingly  expressive phrase for a rather complicated mental attitude," said an inatruc-  I-  *1 SHOULD WORRY."  Our Latest Slang Phrase Seems to Be  Common Property,      ,, '  **Ich solite sorgen."        ���������*-*���������'������  MJe sera malheureux.**       ,     ,  "Giati na anibomono.*-'  "Sarei incensiero."  Nations are fighting for It, Up oa  tbe north side tbe'Germans axe positive that the expression ���������was Invented  by Goethe himself.   On Halsted street  Art of Being Gracious.       <'       the Greeks insist that the expression.  The art of. being gracious Js a valu- [was horn at Thermopylae when Leoni*  ahle asset not only in the social world,  but also, to  the  business woman or  man.     Merely   knowing   how   to   bc  courteous   has   won advancement for  men atid, women, for it is not an easy  matter lo iind employees who can deal  wil Ira disgruntled customer and still  keep his yood will. Tliero are big busi--  ness institutions that keep such men  snd womeii, and many of them draw  handsome salaries.  "A striking example of- the value of  politeness'is told by a woman who was  left to supiiort herself and ber child  snd who had never had any business  training.   Her husband had had an income  of  several   thousand  dollars  a  year, but it had till been spent on good  Irving.    After his death the wife applied for employment lo 'a firm  witli  which she had had an account  "What (::in yon do"'" she was asked.  Partly in jest she replied she could  write a polite note.   To her surprise,  she was taken lit her word, for the  firm was,badly in need of such a person.   Slie was told that it was difficult  to tind  some one  who could answer  Jcoiiiplaints, in  such   a   way  that  tho  '"friend.-.*ii|-"'of the customer was retain-  , etl.    I'or several years she supported  herself and her child by writing polite ,  notes.  In  another  instance  a  young  man  arose from au iiisignillcant position to  that of secretary of the president and  diplomat  for  the  concern,    lie  was  never too busy to perform an net of  courtesy.'and it was noticed that he  ' was lirin.aing new business.    He was  , not one of those young men who size  up. tlie clot lies of a   visitor, and  his  pood treatment of one unfashionably  dressed visitor got a StiO.OOO deposit for*  ��������� the firm.. One of his duties ubwis to  tour the banks of the country and get,  exchange accounts.  , Often two people start a similar business in thi' same block*. One will thrive  while tho. other starves for lack of  patronage. Near a New Vork college  two young women opened manicure  . rooms within a few doors of each other.  ,   They   had   the  same   prices,   but .the  : grailu-oC���������ivijulv���������diKored. One-w-onv**"-  "  was tact ful and businesslike; the other-  ���������was  slovenly  and  offended  her  customers by telling them it wus hard to  ' make their hands look nice.   The first  one soon enlarged her (piarters.  TAILORED SUITS.  Iriaht Colors and Ribbed Materials  Lead In Spring Fashions.  It goes -without raying that nicely  ind cleverly tailored suits of ribbed  tatlne and velours de l&lne cloths will  be quickly bought up at the sales the  shops are now offering.    Those who  % PECULIAR PEOPLE:*  CROCHET "INITIALS;  Despite . Dispersion   and   Persecution  | the Jews  Remain Virile.  1 The Scriptures call the Jews* "ii peculiar people," and that they are and  ^always have* been. "We are now processing along in the 20th century of  'the Christian era, and shall be obliged'  THEY DARED FOR LOVE  Something Quite New In Handkerchief  Lettering. j  A dainty way to mark handkerchiefs  is to crochet very fine medallions of,  lace with letters in the ceuter.   Two [  corners of handkerchiefs aro here il- j  lustraled with the letters "T"' aud "V  WHAT    MEN    HAVE    DONE  CHARMING   WOMEN.  FOR  lighter makes, as spring advances with  positive strides once we are launched  Into the new year. Bhe who is yearning for color will "find these ribbed  das gazed complacently at. the hordes j ratines peculiarly satisfying ln vivid  of  Persians  and   then * at   hia   own  stanch little band.   The French claim  u.i.1, -# *k- ~w..������,������, _-ii. ������~. e~r. n,..   ito 8������ ������������������>aok as many centuries before ,-.  think of the morrow will go for the   |that ^^ to reach \ha first mythicai -as inlets of transparent lace  [beginnings in the history of the Jew:'  The founder   of   the   Hebrew race, *  jAbram,   afterward  called   Abraham,  'was an Asiatic sheik, or nomad chief.  jHis   original   home   was   in   central  shades.   It is a sore thing tbat such   jAsia, somewhere in the valley of tbe  suits as these in cerise, purple or that  they have shrugged their Bhoulders to j nice green that is about just now will  ".Ie sera malheureux" since the days of  Charlemagne.    The Italians say the  I  1 not have to wait long on their pegs.  Tailors are,turning to color chiefly  because these new tailor materials present it with such alluring texture. The  less these fabrics are trimmed the better, Just important buttons,', with per-  !Euphrates. With his flocks and herds  'and some of his relatives witli theirs,  'the*, wanderer took Horace Greeley's  'advice and set his face westward. In  'due time ,hc reached the valley of  jthe Jordan and settled there.  I The descendants of Abraham got in--  (to l������gypt, where for several centuries  they were enslaved by the Pharaohs.  No. 26 thread is used, with a crochet,  hook Ko. 5. . I  First Row.-Work 30 chain, 3 treble ,  in the ninth stitch  from the needle,;  taking up two threads throughout the  work, then' 2 chain, miss two stitches, ;  1 treble to en&J of row, making eleven  squares in every row.  Second  Row.���������Turn always  with  5  chain, 1 treble on the second treble. 2  haps the collar facings of contrasting* 'From this point on we have a little  cency during circumstances commonly : fabric, although* even this last is at a   Jmore accurate account of tlieir doings  discount, as ribbed ratine and velours jin.iUthft books- of Moses, which deal ,  make  such  agreeable collar facings *'*-h their settlement of the land of  themselves;   By the way, there is a de- j *������������"��������� ^ ^ q{ ^ scUkment> ;  lightful chic about long wrap coats in *or  B00n  a{ter)  began a conflict������ be. ,  these materials.                                   ,   : tween Asia and Europe for control of j  Making steady headway ln the ap- the human race and its affair?.  This ;  proval of all those whose aim it is to struggle culminated in  the invasion?  keep in tho front ranks of fffshlon are ,of Greece by Artaxerxes, and was foi-)  tor at the University of Chicago who * the beautiful Bulgarian embroideries,  jlowed by the overrunninj of, Asia by'!  preferred not to have his name used.  "Personally," said he, "I am of the  tion from the German.  The Jich solite'  ; of the Germans is a common usage.  ; and in translation,to the English it has  a quaint ring that is irrisistible."  i .There was a lengthy discussion in  the Auditorium theater when the opera  stars were asked if '��������� they were acquainted with tbe American "I should  .worry." ��������� ' ' ', '  i* "That  is   our   'Sarei   incensiero!'"  cried one of the singers.   "It means *I  should bc in thou,  in fact*, 'I should  is common enough for us. When we  have to ride* on the horrid cars and  sing mauy times in a week and sleep  ' in uncomfortable beds we just think  of ��������� our salaries, and then we say,  Sarei incensiero.' "���������Chicago News.,  These, for the nonce, have largely oust-  'Alexander of Macedon, renewed in the  ed the Japanese, Chinese and oriental   conflict between Carthage aud Rome,  he pet abbreviation of the moment.   There is even a  belief that the-expression as we.now   fancies. '"Bulgar" is the pet abbrevia- *;fnd kePvgP in. the���������!01^ sl���������SS)������ be;  use it comes directly in literal transla- '/������.- ~* ������.������ J <���������    ���������i������ <*.. ���������M ���������-������ ' 'tween tho Saracens, 'lartars and lurks  "Bulgar" cloth, a rather rough, clumsy  iwilh the broken remnants of the Ro-  man empire.  weave with a patterned border, a wov- ��������� During these conflicts, Canaan lav  en' effect to simulate the broderies r-gilt *n ^IC path of the armie3 ancl  characteristic of the troublous Bulga-. ;was often,the scene ofrbIoody battles  rian slate. " ,. | between the combatants.   There is no  To many minds, however, quite the  'fight in history more courageous, pa-  most fascinating medium of expression  is provided.in some little colors, ad-t  Instable affairs, that give tho most de--  lightful and.novel touch to either, cor-  .triotic or dramatic than that of the  Maccabees against, their Gentile'foes.  About .the time of the appearance  of  the  founder  of   Christianity,   the  Romans gotr-.absolute control  of  Ju-  INITIALS FOU HANDKERCHIEFS.  The  \Tf. JiVS!-     I Mge ������r C������at   Th������ COl������r harffi01liesJn> dca,  and the final  dispersion of the'  ���������Ut-I should hrooa- | troducea are*singularly artistic, a dull *Jews began.   The.wanderings oi the ,  worry.'   Ob, yes.   It ; oxydiZ(Mi  thread   frequently  entering ' race have gone on from that' time to  into the scheme, sometimes as a nar- .'this, until there'is scared/ a corner.;  row bordering theme or again inter-! of the,globe where Jews are not, found ;  woven with tbe groundwork.   The col-, r engaged   in  all   kinds, of   industrial!  ors generally trend to somberness. but   activities   and  mental  pursuits,  nnd  there is no mistake at all as to tho ex-' generally with   remarkable  success. .  tremely attractive nature of the '���������Bul-1 The^ple ��������������� g couyr to-day^  gar"   colorings and embroideries nor     ]aced  that������    ithet  to Uieir  credit.  any doubt that tbey are prepared to, A{ter a period o{ 4j0oo'years the race  take a leading place in*the forlhcom-   remniD3  virile,  prolific" and progres- |  sive beyond anything recorded of any  other race in the pages of history,    i  Their  rise in  intellectual  acquire- '  MADE THE GAME LIVELY..  ing season's fashions.  A  FISHING  PARTY.  Batsman  and the   Umpire  Were  1 Both Out Automatically.  i"   Umpire "Redv Held,' who worked in  the  Connecticut  league  last   season,  tells of an experience be had. in the  ; Kansas State league." "I was.running  'a-hard fought game," says Held. ^"In  HEr���������mirinmngj-the-h-ome^ whicb requires little prepii  'two  men on and the;next batsman i  boosted an Infield,fly in front of sec  Here's  a   Capital   Idea   For   a   Novel  Church Entertainment.       ���������.  He_rs*^auji.ft3^i&&Joii!r^^  mentsas well as in that of property ���������;  has been accomplished in the face of :  universal and persistent opposition, j  nio?t* unjust and cruel. .A " Hebrew *  writer  savs  of Ish'macl.^halLhrother,,  Do's and Don'tc In Mourninji.  riu-u'i has   perhaps   been   no   more  swei'pini,' or wi**-e sor'lnl reform than  t!v one tli.'it-has taken place so far lis  iriDiirning is coiicprnod.  No  longer'do people swathe ihem-  , selves in wrappings of costly, fragile  /erupt'.   I'vimT ii widow's weeds are so  ��������� inoiUiii'il lhat she Is no more n som-  lu'i-ly conspli'iioiis ublei-l.    Sense and  good ittsio liavo Imnlshed the deeply  bonloi'i'd liiiiidlcorciih'l's and the fear-  somo nolo inippriind envelope witli lis  Inch hnrdi'i' of lilack." We wear mourning still as ti iniii'k of ruspect and ns ti  "in-oli'illoii," for seeing what wo wear  no painful questions are asked-by ne-  ipiiilniiuii't's.   Hut lho mourning of today is nelllior'uncomfortable nor ugly  anil i-erniliily nol iho fearfully expensive luisliiL'ss It once was.  All mourning .should* be of (he most  severely simple order. Klubonitoly  trim n dress nr hnt and It eon sen to bo  iniuii'iiing for nil II*** t-.'tblo hue.  P.lai-1- I'dvi-t ur s;ilIn Is not mourning,  nm- whilst in deep mourning must n  really dei'iill-jlo ovotilug gown be worn,  .���������\linusl nil jewelry' Is burred whllo  Mack hi lho only worn*. Hull jot pins  or a buckle lo tho waist belt nro per.  mlssihle, but not gold, silver or arty  coloi-i'd stones, ltlngs Khoiikl lint bo  worn, wllh, nalnrally, the exception of  an (.iij-Mf-eiiK'tit or wedding ring.  Ni'ii'i- wear a i-o!o:od tiudi.'i:'>l;i!-t.  NolhlM-,' looks wnr-Je thnn to patch n  flei'llii','   yiliniu'e   "f   color   when   the  ond base.   The second baseman allowed the ball to' drop safely.   The base  runnel's advanced, nnd one man was  ! tagged out.   The batsman ran to first  ; and got there in safety.   A riot broke  ' loose when 1 declared, two men out,  j    "1 told them the batsman was out,  j according to rules, for hitting an in-.  ! field fly with first and second bases  occupied,  j    " 'Kut the second sacker never caught  the ball!' roared n bully who was sadly in need of a hnir cut.  i    " 'He didu't have to catch it.   The  ! balsmnn was out automatically with  : only one down nnd two bags occupied.'  '    " 'Ilo was out automatically, wns ho?'  | deolnred tho  cowpuuebor.    'Well,   I  ' guess It's time for you to go out auto-  : ruallciilly.'    With that he soaked mo  Jn tho .neck with a right book.   Yon  j can bet I was glad to get out of tlint  burg. When the sun went down I beat  'It out tlio'bnck wny, hopped u slow  ! freight and resigned by wire the next  ! diiy."������-X<Mv York World.*  ration.  A rustic bridge was built, out from  the stage, inclosing a spare space that  was used for a fishpond. Rocks and  ferns were grouped along the 'edge of  .the stage, the floor was covered with  green carpet, and a pretty meadow,  scene painted on coarse cotton was  hung at the back-of' the stage, making  a very, picturesque sotting for tho  pond. Steps led up to thci bridge,  and nt the foot was a rustic lodge,  where, on payment of a fee, the pro-      ^    _    spective fisher was giveu a pole and a   oFan "oriiamenta'l 'illumination" of'a  of_Isaac, representing Ishmael's'de  "s'eendants;" that-"his hand should be  against every man and every man's  hand against him," The last part of  this prophecy' has been fulfilled in  the history of tbe descendants of Isaac  much more than in those of his half-  brother.    -      '  Russia is no different from other i  Christian nations in its treatment of *  the Jewish people, excepting in being ,  a survival of the unfittest. From the |  time when the pagan Emperor Nero  smeared the Jewish people ot Roma,  with crude asphaltum and set fire to  them ns the first instance on record  A New U������e For Beggar*.  A hold keeper in lho suburbs of Par-  In, having been much troubled will*'  mendicant!?, put n wheel near tho en-  trniu'n lo Ilio building, and abovo it  was placed a sign reading: "Charily  degi'tiilos b-ilh him who gives and him  who liikes. Turn this wheel 100 times  nnd get half n frnnc," Numerous bog-  Kiirs applied for leave, to turn Hie  wheel until tho discovery wnn made  Hint (lie force employed was titlllxed to  draw water from u well whicli served  ai  pi-ai'llcal  purposo in n  nearby or  circle of. cardboard, upon which was (  .marked the number of times ho wns;  entitled to fish.    Thus equipped,  ho'  went up on the bridge nud fished in  tbe pond.   Tickets wero also sold by  the bridge keepers.  Refreshments were served, nnd there  were a cnndy..aiid cako tablo and two  stalls where fancy nrtlc-Ies were sold.  One of these stalls borc-the sign "Klsli  Market." Hero fish of many brilliant  colors and quaint shapes wero for sale.  There wore blotters, shaving cases, pincushions and sachet bugs.  On tho cake table were many tooth-,  somo flsbes-ehoeolnto and clem* candy  fishes nnd. boxes of candy decbrntoil  with wilier color nnd pen nntl Ink  'sketches; also sandwiches cut out with  fish shaped tin cutlers; also cookies ninl  small Iced cakeM,  At Intervals singing, recitations and  tableaux may bo given foi'varlety.  cbiii-d and honlelry.  Then, according to  wearer   moves,   mid   oinhroldercil   or |^,(t S(,,i'.v, no beggars woro scon In Hie  "lure" slocking* are nlsu In bud taste.    ' v i ��������� * J ii 11 y."��������� 11 n rj io r's.  Sni'ile nr dull glnco glove1, are cipiiilly  ������.  Palnleso Slaughter.  The Km-plilllKl, organ of tho Nn-  tioiuil Aiill-vlvlHt'Ption HonJoly of Kng-  land, Rlvos ti description of a new in-  rti'iniii'iif: "for (he ('11111111(11101* of pain  in tho tin lighter of animals for food,"  city, nl] down Ihrough ah the Chris  tian ages, tlie tyrant's bad example  has been followed with considerable  faithfulness in the treatment, of the  Jews. All through Europe in the middle uges, whenever a profligate, dis-  solute, spendthrift monarch bankrupted hiii own trensury be raised a loud  cry against the Jews,,and during the  riots and 'murder that followed, the  "peculiar peoplo" were robbed right  aud left, while the Kiuc-*" and their  followers filled their treasury at tho  expe.nsc of the industrious, thrifty  children of Israel. In all Kiiro*pe there  was no .country tlint excelled Knglnnc]  in this cruel treatment of the Israelites.  IM  correct. The lalter have die ndniiitiige !  of wearing heller, nud a black or dark j  (Tiny mackintosh must lm worn, !  Never adopt tin* 1'ldlciiloiln device of ]  ii band on the left arm and Imagine  by llilt means tu liirn a colored emt  Into ni-nn'tilns.   Sii-h n band tins only ; '^ ,nH,rnillPI���������   ,imm)ing to tho de  a iMiMiiliii; wl.,.,1 won. with uniform.   ,; (.,1I.||ll,l���������li .,���������.��������������������������� ,,,��������� ������������������. ,��������� Ilumpoi, ������������������,������  it n.'i|iilren a preNKiire of 100 pouiubi to  the Nfimiro Inch and relciini'i- n bolt  wlih-li I- driven into tlio animal'.'- bond,  nnd at onec life Ih extinct." Tbo conn-  HI of Jin-IV*** to aiiluinb*, under whose  iiiispli'CH Ihe pnlnless method wnu dem*  iiiihli'illed nt the Mlnglou iibntlolrs,  proiioiiiiced tlio method "safe at It I*  I'lHIUIII-J. '  Painful Psychology.  A keen Intellect tlitu- analyzes the  ettn filled Inn: liens won't lay In winter,   lint Hint In the timo wIipii mnny  fif.ril  *rt  M'-liil    fl.fi.-li   nrinii     .1(1(1   Mllif  Illltll,'  public Caressing.  The fiiiuie qiilelnpSM of demeanor ]  which mni'l-ri well bred people In pub- l  lie conveyance* or meet inn plnceii ���������  ���������hoiihl be pnii'lleed on the sireet. On- j  reuses In public or .culling to neqiinlnt- j  nice-* the width ut lho Mreof. nwny In i  itlMtliicllv In Ivwl form mul ti In elf of'  fOiiHlderatlon for othen* Is nhown In i  the ciiieleNNiiess whicli does not keep j  (o the right side of Ihn sldewHlk In !  proiiioii.-iillng. which ruslics tlinnigb:  RWlngliig iloor*- wit hunt ti Imckwiii'd  jjlanco  to  soo  tvhniii   lho door  mny  A Traveling Convenience.  When traveling it.Is often necessary  for the girl whom mil uio has not  blessed with wavy Imlr to carry a '-tirl-  Ing iron, And in this oloclrl"������l age tho  old fashioned tongs that were heated  Jn gnu nre no two whatever, to hoiiiu-  thing else lo meet this need had to bo  evolved.  Tho maiiiifiielnrei's recently lutvo  added lo iiiIIikI.v'h comfort hy making!  Changing Serpents Into Rods,  The Egyplinn cobra is not unlike it."  Asiatic cousin except in the absence  of tho curioiM i*pectuclc-liko murk  which distinguishes tho latter. Although it la the most poisonous reptile known to, inhabit northern Africa,  it is the fnyorito among thu siinko  charmer**. These conjurers know bow  lo ruml'T thi,������i serpent rigidly uncoil-  si.'ious by pressing the nape of it������  neck with n linger, Thin net appear*  to throw tlie reptile into catalepsy,  in which il is ns stiff as tiniron rod,  Traces of Bometliing uiinilnr having i  been prneticed in olileii times mny bn  found in the Ilihle. wlmre Anrnn wade  ii serpent of his rod or Fluff.  chain, 1 treble on a treble %to end ol  row, the last treble being iii the thb*0  ehain of the turn.    ..  Third Row.���������Work 4 squares, repeat  2 treble uuder two. chain and 1 treblu  ona treble three times. 4 squares.  Fourth Row. ��������� Work 4 squares. 1!  chain, miss two treble, 4 treble'on four  treble, 3 squares.  Fifth Row.���������Work 5 squares, 4 treblt  on four treble, 5 squares.  Sixth Row.���������As fifth row.  ���������  Seventh Row.���������As fifth row. "  Eighth   Row. ���������Work  2  squares,   2  treble under two chaiu, r treble on a  treble, 1 square. 2 chain? 4 treble, 'J  squares, 2 treble under two chain, 3  treble, 2 squares.        =���������  -   Ninth. Row.���������Work i square. 2 chain,  4 treble on four treble, 2 treble tinder.  JLte������bl<OJiJLlr.fiJic^^^  four" treble.'2 treble 'under, 1 treble on,  2 treble under, 4 treble on four treble?  2 squares.  dentil and Eleventh Rows. -- Plain  with 11 squares iu each.  These eleven, rows complete the let  ter.  Do not turn, but proceed to work the  border on all four sides, beginning on  tho leftside of the letter.       ������  The Border.-Put the ballot cotton  through the stitch on the needle and  draw it up tight Bring the cotton  through tho next square to lhe' cornei  and work 1 chain, * 3 double injhis  second square from the corner. .'1 chain,  join back to first double, fi double in  ihis small loop, :i double in tho noxi  square; repent from * to tho lirst corner. Fill the corner loop with 0 double, then coutlmio the border as in  tho illustration.  When the medallion Is finished tack  it crossways in tho corner of a handkerchief and sew it with fine coiton  along tho edge of the border, bringing  tho ncedlo under the chain of lho bor<  der to the front, then placing it under  the next chain and bringing it out on  tho under sido of the handkerchief.  Thus the medallion will be firmly sew.  cd to tho linen of the handkerchief.  ' When this is finished cut a squnrc of  the linen from under thu Inco, leaving  about oneelghlh of nn inch from thu  Bowinir on line. Overcast this one-  eighth inch very'neatly, nnd tlvo Initial  'is complete.  The Loiter "lJ,"-Work 15(5 chain for  tho foundation line, then proceed us In  the directions for letter "T," making 10  squares in each row and copying lho  number of squares ind trebles from  the lllm-irntion.  Since '-Mark    Antony's    Time   There,,  Have  Been   Myriads of  Men Who  Discarded Everything For Jthe Ones  .->   Tbey    Adored ��������� Sheridan    Turned  !      Coachman and William Pitt Drank  Wine From  Lady's Shoe. ���������*  i -.  That  "love often  makes a  fool  of  the cleverest men" hi-tory  funiishe-  nbundant    proofs,- ever    <**iue.j    <aml  long before) Murk Antony fell under  lho spc:ll of Cleopatra's dark eyes and  ' ciown.Hl a'career of folly with suicide.  i     Sheridan   revelled   in   tbo- role   ol  ! haekney-conchinnn' for the pleasure of  i diiving   liis   adored   "Nightingalo   of  i lbnh"to her home night after n'yiit.  nd -exchanging love-glances with bur  ; under the eyes of ber   iiiisuspcc'ing  : int her; and Cunning put on grooni\j  t livery and  did   stable   work   in  ex-���������  ��������� chango  ior  tho  delight  of  cscorliirj.  a.-: grnr,m in attendance, his luasu-r'ri,  daughter on her daily rides.*"  William Pitt, most unsentimental of.  men. as he considered himself, was so'.  intoxicated bv the charm**' of a pretty  maid of Devon that lie drank her  health in canary out of one of bet  dainty slices; nnd Mr'. Sciiwqod. a  notable man of his day, actually  served as footman in the lions**.' of the  ludvohe loved ion twenty long years,  in,til her husb'and's death "set, her  fiee to accompany him to lhe altar.  And so it has always,been���������from th?,  German baron wlio had 'his .right  band cut off, because it had aoei-.  dentally struck the check of the wo-  jivin whose little linger was more to-  'liim than his whole body," to the  gilded yoiing French nobleman, wbo  sorved years" ot apprenticsship to ihe  law and won fame as'ah advocate to  i prove to his lady-love that he, was  net the., butterfly of pleasure shu  lancicd.  " There is no yonr that docs not'yield  ii- crop of similar stories of men  who have proved that no sacrifice, is  toe great to.,win a lady's iavor. When  tho youthful * Count Francis Erbach  succumbed at sight of a peasant-girl  whom'lie met one day when" riding  in'tho'forest, at Erbach. be determined that she and no .-other should be  liis wife, cost wbat it might. That  Anna Scbullz earned .her daily bread  ar'lhe wash-tub mattered nothing to  this heir to great 'dignities and to  estates valued at.������200,000 u year. He  ddied liis. father's anger, fled' witii  bis peasant* maid to London, -and  married her���������a -disinherited outcast.  "1 do not for a moment regret* the  ^tepHHTaYTr-lirlrc'rif-Mrcr-^aTdf^-Grrthti'  contrary, we are perfectly happy.    I  the new alcohol curling Iron i'enn In tho  Illustration. One enn lotirt this Iron, an  ,'V  1   . 1  ft./1*  ���������' '���������  *��������� 'i, ������������������������  V  ',''"���������*���������'      '-.  ft hiA. *������������.vV*>i*%t^  '      *         <*.  %i   '  " * I*    ,     *  ���������*-***S*nJ<  ���������������    *-��������� , *  '..' '^������������������^yA-^r.'-'���������'^t  ��������� ��������� yi^Mf^^W^B*vi  *���������������*>*���������:: ���������'���������' i'y'w*i*;-'������������������-".���������--  <  fr'-}.  ,-|  ���������'   '  '  ' ' ?1 '.  ���������-' '  ��������� ���������'      ' '/,' *  AM.'OIIOIi CUIll.l.NfJ Ilin.V,  if  It mere, ln-lvie le.iniig uoint',  joUi.'H'.r .'.-. lc ho ���������' iti,..II '.-.*". niili ub.ii.  hoi. which Is applied"to it pie-c ot nd-  ton wuddliig thill N then placed In lho  ulde  at  tho" Ir-nn   having   perforated  ; IioIoh,  I    n  ti. i ,.t   i i-    '       ��������� '��������� *���������' - ti  .. - - -    ..   .-  Left Hnnd dunes. j  It iin't beentiffl Uio eigur i." badly |  made thnt tlin wrapper poirMi/nei*-j  cniiM'H uncurled. It in bdenu-fu Lhe i  cigur i:i n If-ft-liuinicd one. ,  Cigni'iriakcru must he nriibiilcxlroii-*. j  They eut the wrapper and leaf on the, J  l������ia������', roll in/; il from loft to right on I  lhe Illler, while Uie ether pieces i.t \  rollt'ii with the left hand, from right;  lo left, I  A   nervous   ninuki-T,   twinlint'  nnd j  Iwirling hi* cigar, Ims no trouble with  j a right hmid ono, but if il ImppcuM j  I  (.1 bo  (I   U-0   hiir*'! riitr>  tt !'   '.\r.f  <,*    *   ;.i ���������;  li,a 1 uiKJone. '    ' . '  Siring,* Him Up.  When you call the ������vt-r*������i*o young  mnn liouent h,*! ip likely to feel a tnibl  (tort of grntilienUon.   When you cnll  i * ..  i    i ���������     iii-  .*,.*. w*. ..*.,     I*.**-    V,.-.,..     ,i>p,.i,,-i  The MannUh Shirt*.  The simpler blouse*' to eomplclo tbe  ratine find linen suit aro built on tlio  lliH'H of the iiKiuiiish Milrt. The mn-  Jurlty nre either plntlo'l or lucked, A  netit, design cnlls for cliintem of pin  lucks edged wllh vnleiielentieii hie-* on  rllher side of the front plnlt Another  drcHilor inodol Iins two broad ineka  edged with vulciieloniic*- lace on olllier  Hide of thW front plnll. The soft, turn  over collar and folded back cuff* edged  with the lace curry out tin* eolor  Ki.heiiie siigKcited In the colored rlnin  of the whjto bittlotis, Tho luevllabla  Kill- tlo ������������������������������������iilliiiieH tlm color Iwirmoii.v  and llnlshes u very dainty yet simple  blouse, ,|  Houtehold Matters.  K you huvu it jalioi wIikIi i������ iruiiinc-  Nome' to iron bn.sfo the plaila in before  It h wa led, ihrn Iron and remove the  thread**.   Uso l]no thread,  Towels idiotild not be put In Ihe guest  ii,..ili    ,-iin-u   \i.'.J    it'.tn  ������ji.������lni   ������ift'i1.      ^/.^i  intend'"to work for my living, and I-  have i."...'iidy taken steps \> find em-  p|..y'ment."  ��������� It was with the same proud spirit*  of Kolf-sacrifice that Prince F.bcrwyn  zir Beritheim-Steinfurt, cQiifin of the  Queen of Holland, gavo his band a  short.time ago in"the Strand Registry  Cilice to -t'rnuleiti''Langenfeld, the  dnuahlor of a tradesman who had be-  mm' life as a peasant. The German  Emperor himself had in vai*i tried to  dissuade hint from such a "'mad  step," lie turned a deaf ear to all  ��������� ho threats and entreaties,of his family, and formally renounced the heir-'  ship to ������,2.f)0,000 a year'to his younger  In-other Princo Victor. And1 when ho  had thu.-* condemned himself to poverty and obscurity, bc declared. "J  need not say that .1 am moro thnn  happy, At long as 1 live, I shall re-  joico that I hnd tho firmness to pine-.-*  my happitu's-} and that of my bride  above the mediaeval prejudices '.if  niv house."  ' Whilo Prince Ebcrwyn was thus *  gladly sacrificing ranlc and riches for  love, Count Mans von llochberg, huiT  to the Duchy of llolinstock, wa*  Miiiiriiii-; nt nn nltar fnr from lii-i  liutivn land with J'raulciii l.ouist*  Ctirow. a (lermaii shop girl, for whose  sake be had abandoned his elaini In  the family estate, mid dignities. "I  nm going to earn my living ns n  chauffeur." this young hero of romance i-aid; "and I know lhat I shall  be happier sharing n poor home with  the woman I love, than if I were  Duke nf .Kohnstoek with ������]*K>,U00 a  your but, without hen,"  It i- but a ������hort. time vir.ee til-  heir to a noble, llu I inn hoti.-n* wa-  htherii ������������������ chi-elc* in i!"' -hop "f n  CJU'i-kuiwcll liniber, as th" lir-l-frui!,-  ol ii -iinilar iiilveiitiirt.' m matrimony.  Son aiid heii In tic iMiiHiiii** di Cii.'tio.  of N'nple-, lie bad turn.-.1 hi- bai.,1* on  title and foiiinie at the bidding of  J.OV- in ll"' ���������-'''���������|l1 *���������'��������� '- l,"'".v .-���������'""������  i(irc.*-.-iiiiiker    whom     be   brought   lo  Irlilldllll     IO     Will.  Such Miiuaii'i'.-* "I t'' day I'mild be  niultip'i-d iilni'i-V uitl'lliii-e.y 'rniii  the hive uiiv.iitiite*-, ol tbe Atchdiikc  (jf |.e(,|,i,;i| nf Aii-lna, m-plu-w (d tin-  Miipec r, who wa* coiil'Mit to be. it  rnviiT outciiM for th-i ridi'- "f I "ran-  lei'n lilt tec, faiiuer'-- diiufiiter and  dune-tic -eminl. to tin.- Prince tin  Iir-gli-, wl1". n''l !'in|' 'i-f'*. ���������>*n- 'i'-1"-  rlinlliu." an o|.-hi"*lri-i in n S'eiv Vork  Tluiitic v.bii-. the wife, for whniu lm  Kuiiilb-'d (Virvthiii'* Imt bappine*.-* ������������������  Ibe i/rnii.-t Ibini' "f al; wa-. -.inglnf*  on lhe .���������'������.������'���������'.  'lhat   even   i-riine   i--.   at   time--',   in*  bin tier in the path of l"Ve v*e b.iv-i  |,.,   |       ,,|.ili.   |.|1|I      ,  i.irlr-T.rto      i ,,       .-.   r."      I'i  rent tini-'i"* i*>r wi- nre, familiiir with  lm: iloiy nl lue I'lemii bam. iieri*.  wil.i lubhed hi*" eiuplnyi-r* id IMI.-ffm  in *--r-l������������r t������ irovulf n yiiniplii'iii*- >'iip-  tin! boil)'* H''!'**-- the vrn-. Hi** nun  w,*.h. b" d.'i.larrd, wns "to i-mhi//."'  f i-f.ui-.il  inni ev I.i "ei  :iw:.v 'n  Mm n-.rf  .\\10-    A.-ll    Mill' ���������   *       ���������    "d    I"   < Il*-U'  rnicii in the rcboiind, wnii-u pret-ses In j,  - ,|ro U(.uinR ^tt{ (|)Py wnnt if I put a iniileh to lhe Hiitiiiated wnddlug j budge   When you cnll bim ������ heart j tlinin until they havo bee.n laundered I \yvr tlll, ,l(���������iti(,n whi-jh .-he .|.**-rve<i  dieiiil ht lius nllk-o nud ihilicY oflko > u/y m ,nnilc t0 ,,ny f!))0���������Kll,   iiik|,    alllJ-thereby bent tlio eurlh.g Iron tu ' '"'," '" ''" ,,rt tV ,',"r ' "   - ' '"*- "���������"' f "    ' *            will) no n.*J>pect for the right* of thofp ��������� |irJi,(,H |1M t-,r.,.ftro,.a psjclmloRlcal. not j the rlglil teinperiiture         '   '"  ra  rller on thu kioiiiuI,   Another vlr.lii- r.00timnU\ pheiMiniPiin. - I'lillndolphlK i ulicid nf the old i-ui'lliig longs which  brenker lie >1ap**. you on the ."-boulder ��������� sfiVenil limes and losie their at iff iiomi.  I'lils'lroii Is far I -*lld ,������rtvcH yr'" to under.slnnd that lie      .,������������������ wfl),j .t ovirt'-ii������ re.wose it from th*  (Inn of roiirti'sy Ik to be laid fo tlio, ]5,,C()r,|  rlinrgo of (bn i-uiii who sni'iken on (ho  were heiited In mi alcohol lump.  iireer when wl/li n -voiti'ir-.  r**������l(jd������tt-* Per (he D*������hn������,-������nt#1  The L������t"*-e������l Orfian.  If Yon  Have a  Fe."ther Oo������.  onniders ymi a purpnn of reniarkiibl  purci'pllnii und uneriiiiB judgment.  Hf Premlri-fJ.  I can't ."juire the money v*ry well.'i  Liverponl'* Cl-iiutiiwn.  bni.-kets. mil It up by hand nml then      |,tV( ,,������������������.*   |ji|:j.,i.d. Ijou-i- "I >\  put It inln the brn'.!;('l-f nml pull It out'  us;**  fit. Mli-lini'lV clinrcli. recently Aeftb \    \f yuU \il)V0 lx f(iniliei' hen thnt tuir*   ()llt jip j������i","ny \f,an \i \��������� yui 'if you  ti'.-.ed .',( IIul'iliiM'-* In th'.' i.ivjcii.-e 'it    hfcniiie uiiber lini)i lijnl.iii'i In-can-e it   |.-*/niii.-<* jn.t to i***ep it tofi'lor  full leiiRih.   Itopi'-u If iici.-cchnr.r.  To Uneere-A ��������� GUu J������r.  Ml      (Vl'.l.'IV  i-M-Uf'  ��������� 'biiiatown.     In   il,  f   <||>*   put    lire  In    Ii       f*  !  <Itfli-ii.il ���������  i iifdiir.*  Ci.lh  n 'I-  ML I'  Ml"  -itl'l   I ���������  : i vt nr.   n'-lv  lt IM f.lten u*iv tlltll nil to iui':-'rc<v n ' e.iet   ���������  I tm'*  f;iJi|iictl('im b!d������.'i dibiiMntc toi"Mie'ti,,. rii.peror. clnliix the Inrpo-*! rtUMii ' li'ns been out In damp went h"r try tliii      "I -*i*!fnin> xweiir tlmt I'll* i-pen-i    tin ���������*���������(������������ er from a ;:lr.������,<������ Jar. A very ni  iu  ici vou come In.   wiorriin*-.  Invltiill'iii-*   to   men.    A   written  ll'd������: (n iu Wf,r5d.   It Ik over fifty-slYen feet ' f-ne'riii* of fiehe'In*,  ���������If-iii'-l bv lior ������it������J ������kpri's������lii(- llm vtlAi1 hif.u ���������,���������*) |��������� fljTpv,i \nin'tlv& Mfirjei.    try It. too. a<; <oon  of her ili'dtn'l- lhat Hie write It t-***"- j "t li������- mpim 1������ p.iiyod on tire -liffi-rcid ,A\'t\.be a bowlful nf liniHiii: nnfer, t\nin* j  nilnxlltif. I.'U etiifi'.Hfd 'HvlC-fl'iim imiBt. -j,n|,w,vj"..    Tvo elr-Mrb. ii.ctir*. i-.Ch   'v^. -j'..(o ti ,-i (.".ilidful nf nrdii.r.iy'i'.titti*'  tt,    It It, Im-.'I (���������> ' ������"*-try re.iny" of   it   Uf- ro   tn ne too* \ yh- uv.A ���������-all'-fa. <������ ������y wny m pel ll i.ff !���������  tr, inl.i. it l*ti!f<- bi.i.dle and tup llm t������|i  df the oiUT .ill nrmiiid the ctlcc 'J'lil-  vi iuuiH flic Iliri-.itJ of die I. ti'������ ot th*  ���������I ���������*!!  Only One Ar.(f������pl-d,  -. .li.! m-'Mri'i .1* i- r-t j<  A-.M  Mid  (if-i   t'itu-   S'.ii   [-rnp.  I   '  Nftilrilt.  l!l\       Ull  r. but  it   be  m'IH   li'   'Hiti!rn>iJ   womei)  tt ! rf 'flVf f,���������r(P  (lull im-ti ft "���������'ii'i-*.  eiw������cr, Kyri'':' "���������' "''��������� r  ���������ur*.  '''���������',   , *-.'t   ..i,d   '.!.. ..   ���������..'.*'..   A   .'   i  ���������lnil������< Die fc.tlier bob o'er It  u<I  Mn.) i* lb- Mi'v ������iiimul ������rii-*f ")(���������*  Xtih I'VU doftiiv&rtl.  Ii.li*,' *.'.(l i ,.;.l>,t-������ OlHr Ui tWUi till*. .WW     J,  ���������Hfry fflMI/.  r fcr-  ���������i������l    IM  i* rii'i  i   I b  Uv  r<,  -n������ THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ������.-������*w^S3-.������rY-**  M[40Li������UjyiS  alHLiliPflPERs  LiAOE QWPJRl  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS1  ���������' ,       *,  J** a Nn wick School.  OEALE.  O '���������Tenc  1-VfIiW STOCK of tlie above in well'assorted patterns      J  'I  a.mV defiqns at POPULAR PRICES       \  ��������� Our stock of-Furniture, Mouse-fur-  nishiniis. Beds, etc., etc. is- a ways  complete and'prices the best.  Try a  Fawcetf Range.; they   are  '; \ 1 \v;\ vs satis h cto ry. ' '    .,  ���������3  Mol'hce  13 leek.  JX THE   >IA'ITI*:ii   OK   TUK  ���������Aji'NJUJPAL CLAUSES' ACT'  TAKE NOTICE-. 1 hat thu uud  cr.-i'riu.'il, wiil, ufiHi' ilio.-i-xpir������itii)ii  rm*> t 1 *  of tliii-lv dayri [;)<)] i-um tlie ill's I  j'liblicuiii'i), lii'i't*"!-, nifiko application I'uy a ii-.-tnslVi- id the" Hquoi  I'u-oin <.-,Iicl'.i l������V lii'.i' in connection  wiili '.iiu Vi'iuloiiKJ Hotel, Ouin  borlaiid. Ii, C, lo,Ji>si'(ilrTobiWCo  Hiid    Joseph  DtfiiiOiitc,      to   the  Do'ird   <d' Licon'co C.'ininissioncrs  of tlie City nf Cuiiibtii-liiiul at such  of their iv-nil'ir huh* tings at which  f-ucj'.i   appliciUioiV turn   he  kwdlv  1. i>   **  Hindu.  ]{. S, -KOIiKKTSON   '  lIoMo'i" of Licence  It. .Ii. McNELI.L  Iloldi'i* nl! Temporary IV n nit  IhiU-ii Mny 1-tiii, lUl'd  "        XV '  17 C. Emcle, is agent for the  '���������Ford'' und ������������������Chalnier" automo-  hili-s.    Cars for-ldi'i1.    Phone iS  EALE.D TENDERS, superscribed  ders for Sandwirk Srhool,"  will be received by the Honourable the  Minister of Public Works up to noon of  Wednesd.iy. the 21st d.iy of May, 1913,  for tne erection and completion ot :i large-.  one-room s< hool house at S'indwic.k, in  the Compx Electoral District.'  I'lans, s-peoficiiiion., contract, and  forms bf Tender may be seen on und af-  icr lhe 23rd day of Apri1, 1913, ai  live office of Mr. J liairtl, (invcnrner.i  Aj-ent, Cumberlaiul, 15. C, Mr. R.' L.  (jiffe, .Secretary of Schoo Hoard, S.ind-  uicic. P. O., Sandwick 15. C. and ihe  Depaument of Public-Woiks, Victoria,  U. C.  Intendim;- tenderers can, hy applying  ;o the undersigned, obtain a copv of ibe  plans and spccifiCiiiions for. the sum of  ten dollars (Sio), u!-);di will be refunded  nn their re'urn in j-ood order.  Each proposal nui*-t be accompanied  by an accept A' bank clic-iie or   ccrlifi-  | cate of deposit on a chartered bank cf  we may look   for weather   Condi    Canada, made pay.ible to ibe  Honourable the Minister of Public Works,  for a  Cuinberlaiid  S  Keep Out The Files.   o   In the course  of  a few weeks,  We, Mie undersigned, will not  he responsible for any debts con-  ii.-'cted iiv llie  fa 111 iiv of the late  .*���������  Cliii'Uina   Robrrtsou. 'rom   this  d-ite,  R��������� S. RODERTSON  CHAS. WHVTK  ICxocniors of the ICstate.  Dati*!l May 71b, 1913.  rions, that will-brine; the Hies into activity again. In fact they  are just beginning to show them  selves,- Sinco one,'fly may be responsible fur tiie existence of some  millions of'its kind before., the  summer is over; the time, to begin  their extermination is now, when  those that have-survived the win-,  ter are just making their appearance.  There are two ways to net rid  of Hies, and either one" is useless  wil bout the other," and both require the co operation of every  citizen in order to be effective.  The first' way is to destroy all you  can iind in the house,  and   then  Ih". Kerr, deini.st,  will    be   at  C'-ui'ii.'iiiiv Irom June 1' lo 12,  Mr. Fai-'injjto.i, according to  Iii.-: statement on Sunday hasn't  much ut'e. for the majority of out  Jin vi.ncial j.'apers', he, claiming  that Mieir Ma'cniculs in connee-  tiun 'with the strike en Vancouver isi md, were intended to  mislead mid discourage the  miiM'is, We are of the opinion ilial many oi the papers  gave a very fair review of the  .-.iiuiiiioii. Many of thetn, uatu  ��������� ally, fmni a eommofcial stand-  pnint an'opposed lo stiiki-.'i. or  an) thing ei:*!* tli.it w'-uld clog  the whci-N (���������) iiuliii'irv, and wlio  i-ii'i Ida uu'* tin ui, if they are in-  (U-j't'iuaiui enough fo be k.? It  i*. hugely a iiuitivr vi dollnv.s aud  vents with in- nil,   and i-'vmpiilln  t I *  nud i'pini'ii|., |.;nv vi'iy little to  do wiih  ii.    Tlit'ie  lias   alw.tVK  b'C'ii  divei-'iiv uf   uiiiiiioi-s an I  . *  tlu-i't ,il.\.t\.; wi.l lie, and peo-  jjle will eoatiiiue to ixpiess  tin ir opinirms i*iM)'T by pen or  Ili'Jli! -'������, ilii-:p'.".'live uf wil 1 lik* .**���������  iii- ("i-lil-i'.i.   il  keep tliem out by carefully screen  ing the doors and windows. Then  sinco oue breeding place may become a source of worry to a thousand people in the neighborhood,  keep the yard.-- clean, and see thnt  all tlieir sources of food supply,  such as garbage, are removed.  The city health department ..exists  to help in thi*',  In this connection the N. V.  S'ate Jjoanl of Health puts forth  liio foil"wing bits of advice. :  ���������'It if. better to screen lho cradle and wear a smile-, than scoff nt  precautions and wear mourning.  Flics in the dining room usually  precede niirsee iu tiie *-:<���������!< room,  SoYCoiia hi the window prevent  crepe on the door. Flies, as woll  as bad water spread typhoid, A  l\y in tho milk may mean one of  the family in the grave. It costs  less to buy a screen door than to  get sick, and lay oil" b-r a montii,  J I'd 11 short I11.nl from the garbage  can to the dining 'able via lhe (ly  route,  Swat the Ily, screi-n the doi-iv  nnd wiiiil.iwi-, and clean up, mul  DO IT NOW." *- KxcliMin/u.  , Tenders will not be considered unless  made out on the forms supplied- signed  with lhe actual:signature of ihe tenderer and enclosed in' the envelopes furn-  shed ���������*     ���������  The lowest or any lender not necessai  ily accepted.  j. e. Griffith;  Public Works Engineer  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, li. C, April 21st, 1913,  apl**4tomyi4  WHAT WE PRINT  We print ladies' and gontleiuens  visiting cards.  We print wedding iuviintinits.  We print, dance program me.**.  We jrint hotel,bill of fares.  We print, meal tickets, also  milk and broad tickets.  Wo print posters, handbills  and dodgers.  We print placards and notices  on canvas.  Wo print concert programmes  and admission tickets. .   ' n  We print business cards.  We print billheads, ordinary or  j loose leaf system.  We print.letterheads and  note-  ��������� y :. ���������' -������������������: ' ��������� Q'i  B-  ���������- ���������    sy      m  SCWill34   vile ;> h   :._. ^:_:._:.^__ ir__...v?..j_,.___   m\  Supplied to the Public |  pasi������JiriiTxatt&-?itt  ft  sin..* equal to 10 rer cent  of the lender,  which shall be forfeited if the party ten-"heads. ,  dering decline ic   enter   into contract j     We print statements and envel-  when called upon to do so, or if he i.nl' c,.,efi> r  incomplete   the    wo,k contracted   for |     "^    -^  Qnt   ^^   ^.^  yQu  The cheques or certificates of deposit of I .  unsuccessful tenderers wiil   lie returned   w������"t it and bow you want it.  lu   then   upon* the   execution   of   the  contract.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTL'NG  WORKS  ORDERS must be ?;iven   not  later $:  I than 1 0 A.M.   to   ensure   delivery'  ' same   day:  rna- '���������">;'. .M-' V 1:;;:--._;i<o; j. u  fjn-i.'l'iii spf i|;������r, and we believe  1-. iiv.ir: aeii s Jill in the move-  IIJf'lH, ot   * Ilieh be is ouo   of    i)ie  ���������  TIMIiKU-HAIJOX'20.  SKALKI) riONDKUS will be ro  ceived by tbo Miniftcr of  .idiiiii*- j:i;t. jiiut ihttn ilium on  tiioriUlli day of .Inly, HUM. for llm  purchur-c of Lici'iiee No. X20, he-  infi .r),07i).(IOO for t of limbor on  lar.d lvitic iiurtli nf Lot lOo and  Iwuii.-;.    I'.nl ;u Uivoituhitu-d op.'T. l���������   'd-l^l.   O-kis-Jiolioiv   Cliun-  pnsiii'Mi of the eoal oj ej-.tt- rs id"  V'ancfMVer IA uul, Le will find a  p twer that wilt be hard to down,  if at all. Thi.- is 0111 n'linif.-) ,.|,)f)  you cau take it Un vvual it js  wot'h.  ������)������.'lt V'uldis f -1 -*-*. r - < I.  Two vi"iih ivill be allowed for  the ruiunvulef ibe limber  Particubir-of H. It. MncMlllan,  i;iiM Vtiiiiti'-r, VJcloria, U. <J,  J;()IC S.\U;-Kinpire Type*  writer. In first-class condition.  Will sacrifice. I'riee Sjo.oo,  half  cash.   Apply  ('.-tui-hcrl-iwl  Tlrn nu-iiibt'is   of   t'liriiberl'ind  Ihi-eball team are is-uoir-  invitu.  linn* io u ���������liiiifi* fn   lie l.fbj mi 1! t->  Ciiutbori-.nd Hull   mi thv v\vtiu ^gj/t* OLD XKWHI'AI'KRS K<Mt  ���������tflit*d*}.hii������! lii.ii, JAAI.K AT Tlli^ OFFICB Jpf  I  Agents for, Pilsener Brewing Coippanv'.S'HKHR  "Miole'sale Dealers  in all Kinds of  Wiiies and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET        j  lfllllll!!l|[l!!l!!!l!l!Ili;illllllllllll!l!I!]lll!ii!!iM  I   GIDEON HICKS/  |, PI A NQ COMPANY  j      GOVERNMENT ST. " VICTORIA, Ib C.  j Complete Slock of (<Ye Okie Ifirme"  I Heintzniah-& COoPIanos.  I   Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  , -.Victor Victrelas,-Gramophones and Records  ������������������' WRITE FORCATALPC AND TRICE. LISTS'.   '  .  ���������-.J Convenient. Terms" of Payment Arranged.  mZ O  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P.O.   VICTORIA, B. C  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE    "  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY  ORDERS  Issued l)y The Canadian Bank of-Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting' small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in .the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  tho following- rates:  $5 and under ,    3 centa  Over    5 and not exceeding $10    6  "    10      ��������������� " 30 10  "     30      " " 50 35  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  , Bhonld bo mado by moons of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd  MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable ratos,  CUMBERLAND BKANOH V7. T. WHIIF, Manng-or  tt  tt  it  !illillili!i!l|i!l|!il<|lll|!!iltlit!i|l'lt!MlllltllMini!<Miin|iiiui'i!iii'i!iiiii.Mi!i'iiiM.'.'iih.iii.!<i>,ii.ii, ���������;���������,,���������,��������������������������� ,, ,  J  -   -  -      ���������-1-'-' '������������������������������������'��������� ���������.....���������iiiin.iiiiiiiiiiiiii.i.iiiiii.!-:,ii: iii.iiiiMi.nfiu^i^iiiinMiiiiiiMiiiiiinniiiinii.iiiihiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiii!!;:.!.';.]^;  J>W|!llillll>! IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillll l!:Hii!ll!l!!i!i^'H!illllll!liillli:iilli|||ll!;:]!ll!!iil|[|!i!iii;|i|||]!j|i,^'ii!i:)Wli||||||,iiiJ|!,liH^  g  Capital Paid Up h 1,560,000,- -       Hesorvo $13 0C0.0CC  g'��������� The-.'Royal Bank'of Canada.  I'DHAjrTS   Id.--UED   IN  ANY    CU l-Ll; KNCV,   PAYABLE   ALL  1 '  ' OVEll' THE    WOKLU.-     *  1 SPECIAL AT'i'KNTiON pni-1 10 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS it int������*ro.--i,  I   ut highei-t  Current lliiics alinwed on Ih -io- it*, of i)i| nnd'u'ji'wiiriib.  1' OUMBERLANr, B. C, Biunch,' Open Doily.  1 ��������� UNION WKARF, B, C,   Sub-Brach, Open ThureUays  I  ' D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  I ("OURTENAY,   !,*, C ,    Branch,    Open Daily.  I R. H. HARDWICKE, Manager.  iiiii!iiiiii!iiiiii:ii!ii:iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!i!!iiiii!'/;i!i!ii;iii!ii:ii!i:ii:ii!������^  II!tlli1!i]|||!llltll!ll  ���������MUVItW.  It  Don't Head This I  Unless ifc Concerns Yoa.  TS* COMOX CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY * -���������  Ox Beef, BEST QUALITY ONLY Daily Fed Pork   SPKUIALS  THIS WKKK   lliinii Cuii'l lliHi.Hi���������uiiHiiKilicl '.!'o 11 Hi I'l-lut'iiH A I Qiinlily, |icrii:hk SI 110  II- wl .Smii)ii..| JJ ������������������.i-i WojirHi ('ii'i; t< |icr Hiick    J.fill  ilo.iUiiKi W ll������|iirn I'lumi '2So |joi lb KiujIihIi VV)i Ui Tui'l.i|)H  l.fii)  Very JIi*hI, Ml-w'I A|'|iI'*y ,,t?l ii'i [Kit ('(ix (Jililii'i^f, I'jiu'i, yv-r l'������. .,,. fio  11 .irtiH ��������� I to l Quniily  '.Tj-j pn II* liuih.it, I'm h\ lowvA -niiirim* |it'i(,'i   lloiiji -SJ.nli* >Iiur������ Mi ne,,,..., l'.Ij pi-r lb S/il 1 o'. Fir ill, In-vct-l iiiarkiit ptiiQ   Onioi s- tin.- lu'Mt (I ilu for Hits Looul b'reth Kf-|JH....:)ojilii/; it.ilox 81.00  Orders by Phone Promptly Attended to. Phone 25  ���������Wt'.-'aMtNIM*''''-*'^^ -  GIVE   US   YOUt^   NEXT ^4+  . . ORDER FOR  tl  P.' Phillipps Harrison  ���������BARRISTER AND. SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC ��������� CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  .mum mrfmm/m m Mm tma,i*miuu������m������* **jwa ***** i-*"���������-nt ini-ririi ~ ���������rr  m^Mt>rmm������m������mtiM.i  =V.  60|*10^A  Mamifacta'on* of MINEBAL WATER  **r~**m  CUMBERLAND  P. 0, BOX 403  PHONE 20....  IP YOU GET IT AT PLIMLEY'S IT'S ALL RIGHT )  HAVE YOU SEEN ]] JM ] Y'S  CYCLE OFFER ? If the mail has  not hi ought you Plimley V; special cycle offer  mid tlio ink-resting pri/o pu/./,lu coinpi.-riiion, ������oiid a post omd  nud j'wi.'ivo Miur  cnjiy.  i*; 1  'HUWOER  -v//S\\\^  !":  The NEGUS  Thos. Plimley  73Q VATKS STREET  VIOTORIA, B. C.

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