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 ~* ny -      i      Y   7 <������-< - *���������    *     .'-.  ���������  **  ���������#  -.*���������',* -* *������.'!* .,l. i ,v..  .-" ., * <? -".W-* VvL-J/ ���������**, "\  j.   ��������� 'A      * ^   ;      ���������**  A -Journal Devoted Especially, co the Interests of Comox  ���������l*-*������-������������������**-saB*-S"  * Tiie'News, Twentieth Year  CUMBERLAND. B. rCM WEDNESDAY, WAV 28, 19.13  SUBSCKII*TI0X"$I.0C) A YKA������  ���������*������^--*8"-*������!  The Store  ofQuaiily  Your New  Summer Suit  WHAT.INTEREST will "you  draw on ycur'p.-rscnal capital  thi-i sininner ?   How much will  *?-.->svki'*i   yi-ur   fipfonraiK-e  ntld to jour  ���������*>'*��������� *f J^,-f4  chaucfs of promotion oi' success? '-  J^f^^A Take a .look nt thu fullowB on  s^i* ���������'*} thi- sfc-c'e t to-d--y an.-l note what  u bi;! diflJ-renco il> tliinj*; makes  iii their power to attruct. or repel your iuieredt.   LOok pr;*e-  poious an-.l ycu will'be ptoxper.  ous.   0o"d cl-ltliing miikcs you  "Loo!-: Good ," "l-Vel Uoo V '"'"-1  "M'keG i;cl."    Your bunk r-c-  connt wiil ulso be bigj-tr, if you  boy y' ur clotlns here.  We hivo just rocoived���������  $1,2.00 worth of  aProper" " *  clothes  by express; Ymi "want ii "ico,  Suit for'lh������.24ih,.ar:d ve hnve  !ho light up-to.-d..te go'd-i '.lie  proper styles, nnd pricm li^hc  Had nuy dilliculty in letting  n g 'odjfil ? if K'V-ry u ; Wo guar  autoe porfo. t luting gin incuts.  MEETING OF COUNCIL  The City Council met in regular session' at the usual time  and place, there being pv*sent  Aid.' Beveridge, Maxwell, Aspe-  si aud Richards, In llu- absence of the mayor, Aid. Maxwell  was voted to (lie chair.  The meetings of- last, regular  and special meetings were read  aii'd adopted.  ' Accounts amounting to 866.25  were presented and 'p-.ssed over  to the Finance Committee'*'  ',  .The Tax   R-ate   liy-Law   was  lead, adopted and finally passed.  Fines  amounting* to  #1,42 (-5  'wero^handed in  by the provinei  aLpolice for tho month ol'April.  Council adjourned.  SiiViQN LESSER & CO., LD.  ���������4,1  fy*tl*aty*^*fi^i*f)^<i*\f* ���������*^y������-������������������s('-i'^W<^  tt**-WU*Q**J***.l������J**l  SUMMER MAIL SERVICE  -   The following is   tho   change  in the mail service   starting this  week:  ������������������   Steamer's . arrival   at   Union  Bay  Tuesday evening '.. .6.30  Thursday evening..'.. .'..,6.$o  Saturday evening ,.6,30  Trains leave the station for Uu  ion liny as follows:  Tuesday evening.... 5 o'clock  Wednesday morning 7     ������������������  Thursday evening.. 5     '���������  Friday morning.... 7     '���������  Saturday evening.. 5 only  Mr. D. A. Thomas has much  ..pleasure in announcing to the  people of Cumberland that ho i.s  no longer connected iu any way  with tlie- Fletcher llros Music  bouse of Nanaimo and Victoria.  The recent- Methodist Confer  eucc at Vancouver, thought that  something should be done to  Settle the present conl strike ou  Vancouver Island, hut' did not  make any move in the matter,  thinking that perhaps either  side mioht tell them to mind  their own busines.  Mr, and Mrs, Harry Creech  and children arrived home, horn  Vfcioria by auto on Monday.  Mr. R. II. Kobertsou also went  aud returned with thum.  The adjourned enquiry inlo  the death of the two uieu at N\> 8  shaft on April 19th, came up b- -  lore1 Coroner Abrams on Monday afternoon, After- the evidence had been heard and submitted to the jury, 'the Lllowii-g  verdict was,returned:  We, your jury., empanelled to  enquire into the cause of the  death oi' G. C'ontiuauza and K.  Doving, find that the said- G.  Contiii'auza and E. Doving came  to their death in No. 8 shaft oi'  the Canadian Collieries (Duns  muir) Limited, oii the morning-  of-April icjMi  1913,  through be-  Quantity  of Seattle Coal  Fifteen  Thousand  Tons of Coal'  Arrived at Vancouver  From  ,   Washington in IU Days  Nanaimo is Losing Out.  Vancouver, May 22.���������L, a s t  week 11,000 tons of Seattle coal  arrived in Vancouver on Seattle  scows., Up till last night 4,000  tuns more uf Seattle coal had arrived-hero during the three days  of this week. During the whole  of .December last, when there vas  a cold snap, aud whilo tho Cumberland, coal strike was in progress  ���������20,000 tons of coal arrived at Van  cou-ver from feat lie, this constitut  ing a record quantity of foreign  coal imported^ into this city iu  one month, A compaii"on- of  these figures will imtke it clear  tliat -during the last ten da)sphere  has arrived in. ihis city, from Se-  atcle, a qt-a'i,iuty of coal within  '5,000 tuns of tho previous,, record  qiiuiniiy for a whole month. -  Tin.' slr.ke of ihe miners.at JNra-  naiino is chiefly I'espdin-iblo for  this stato of aflairs.- All coal  coining here from Seattle pays 53  cents duty per ton on -lump and  14'cents "per ton upon coal, that  will screen 95 per cent through, a  three-quarter'inch, screen.  ^_iJl1i ereu-is-a-s to i-y-t-11 a t-a���������cei-t-a i 11-  itgent went from Vancouver and,  one day before ihe Nanaimo  strike was announced, contracted  ,1'or 20,000 tons of coal, As #0011  as the ttrik'-* was announced the  Sttattlu peoplo offered him ten per  cent to cancel the contract. Eventually bo agreed to cancel it for  ���������^SS^SjES^^  Special Sale of Mens Suits���������  Regular $36 values.-. for $31.00  35.00". , ' foro 30.00  JJc-Xtilar   33.00 ....- for   28.00  32.00 '.* for   27.00'  ���������30.00....: '. for   25 00  27.50 .' for   22 50  27 00...: i'or   22 00  evt*.U\t  >   ���������   <  for   17.50  Men's Negligee Shirts with collars.. ,.  ... from $1.50  .. . .from 1,25  . .per, suit   1.00.  * Combination Collar Shirts .-,  Men's Suminor Underwear ,  Men's Hard and Soft Kelt Hats ��������� from  H   Boys' Shirts, Negligee and Combination Collar, .from  Footwear   of   Every A Description  i , ~0  COo  THE  CORNER STOR  Macfarkne Bros.  Mrs. T. IC Hanks left by Wed  needay'.s   boat    fur   Vancouver,  where sho will be  the   guest   of  Dr, and Mrs, J. Gillespie for two  weeks.  W. J'. McKenn, a prominent  Courtonay inorclmiil, will shortly have in-com se of erection on  this Bide of the river, a new siore,  which will be (-|o x   too,   This  is going somo for Will,  ��������� -^ '  Rev. J. Hood left this week  for Toronto to 111lend lho Pre  Assembly Conference,  Rev. II.   C,  Freeman arrived  home  from   Methodist   Couler-  ciiff   nn   Thnr������da������'   \'\r.{.    Mr.  PrceiiMn lias hum   relumed   lu  this charge for nnolhor year,  ���������.��������� o- ���������  Mr. Wilson Dunn, lato of the  I.-.Ltwlv.i, hojt iiive-fiteu in a grocery builiness iu Vancouver, which  ho is conducting,  There was a big crowd and  considerable scrapping ou the  .streets on the night, of the 24th.  The police were kept buny for a  while.  Several drunks and disorder-  Iicb appeared before Magistrate  Abrams 011 Monday, and were  fined fioin S������, to $50 each with  costs.  ing-precipitajted,to the bottom of  the shaft, by the giving way'pf  lhe platform upon which-the-de-  ceased and others were working  iu thesaid shaft, liy evidence  pioduced, we find that tho cause  of the falling of the platform,  was .the cutting away of the  [much-block upon which the 25.p. r cent.���������Herald  bunting should re->t. According to, the evidence, which is  conflicting, we find, .that either  Miller or Miuich, or both, are  responsible for the cutting.  J. N. McLeod, (Foreman)  J no. J, Wier  Thos. Hart  Wuii Met r! field  A, H. Poacey  A. McKinnon  Immediately after the   verdict  was announced, the coroner ordered that Miller and Miuich be  taken into custody,  Frank was here, there aud everywhere on Saturday a* busy as  ji bf", II-",* a sport all unlit, ail  light, nud don't you fail and  forgot if.     .  Cumlttrlnud dtrknicd -Courtcr-ay  .it '-upc* m. 11 mi Vivio.i.i i)(Jy by 1"  lcvrv of tS ���������J.  Mr, J, II. Collins and family  arrived in town 011 Fiiday  by an to from ViJoiu. Mi.  l-ollifi.s wah formerly iu bin-iiies*.  here, nud is a brothei-iulaw of  Mr. W. W. Willard, Ho is now  a contractor of Victoria.  ��������� ��������� - tn*��������� - - ���������-  A   large  number   were   hero  from Courleuay aud  Uin'on Ilav,  at a   '  to tako iu the celebration   ou the  i.jlh.  Many nf our ������������������iii/.t'ii-.   I'lij'iyed  Victoria Dnvat the Kevcrnl beneh-  *  en ami drives in lho r-'iintry, 11������  i.^ their eiihtoin on lh.it dry, and  ri'tiiiiicd home in llif evening  lfipjiy. Imt tired,  Victoria Day celebration here,  was a gniud success, andwill louo  be  remembered as  the best thai  the people of C din berland   and  district have witnessed for many  years.   Neither time uor money  was spared lo  make it a nuccess,  aud a success it was in every souse of the word.    The   day   was  fine, the events   were  numnrous  and well contested,  the   attend  a nee was fu'ly up lo Die mark 0!'  former years.   Everybody .seemed to be in the  best   of   ppirits,  aud all went as merry   as u 111111*-  riiige bell.   The celebration   in  its  conducting,    reflects   much  credit upon lluis-' in charge, also  upon those   wlm   subscribed   no  liberally to li nance it,   A   word  of praise is due the Japanese, fi-r  thi! fine pyrotechuieal   display in  the evening, . Antoim-bilcs aud  ntl-r-r ffuve'j'.inc".'; wv:c   ���������.,;���������.   l'v  grnunds    by   the    score.    Tlm  .SouthiViincouver Hand  furnish  ed the music, which   helped   10  enliven, iiiid ndded   cousidembly  to Up*,   fijoymciil   of .the   day,  Kvi-nbiidy    enjoyed    tlie  d "'.*;  sjiorts, c\eepiing ihose whon v-  cr enjoy anylhiiig   wliich   th.es  not come up   to   -heir   idea   ol  things.    Let US enjoy life   while  wc may, Tor we only   past   this  wav ouce.  Mrs. Abe Uiimiltoi)"and daugh-  ter loft yesterday on ah extended  visit to Clasgow, Scotland. They  will crosa the Atlantic on the S.fci.  Empress of Ireland. Mr. Hamilton accompanied, his wife and  daughter as far as Vancouver.���������  Herald  The Campbell River Rower  Compnny expects to start work  at an early dale on the i\i'6l unit  of irs plant on Vancouver i-daiid.  Ultimately it is expected that 300-  000 horsepower will bo available,  the estimated expeiiiliiiire I'or the  completed plan- as projected entailing uu invosliiiont of nearly  815,0(10,000, all of which, is ex-  pec-tod to bo utilised by different  indiiiurit-s on Vancouver .Maud.  Tlio suionyiiious --letter-writer"  is again.ii". our midst, Wo thought  Cumberland was pretty well rid  of such low degraded mortals.  There is nothing so coiitemptablc  and cowardly as the anonymous  ^ett.er-writor,'' aluT if they only  could be caught, lliey should be  punished most   severely,    ''Those  receiving lei tors from such  crea-  Mr. K. Powclall left on Friday  last for Vic'oiia, to spend a short  vaeaticn with his family. Dick  would have to be inlioduced to  them ovor again.  Rev, T. Mon/ies, of Sandwick,  left la**t Wednesday for Toronto  aud other pun*" of Ontario,  KBasEaBsxasssEEaaHS'  tares as the above, should confine  them iiniiiediatoly to the stove or  waste paper basket ;. they are of  no consequence and tlmt is Lhe  nfoper place for them.   o ���������  Mr. H. F Montgomery, a former manager of the Ifoyal Hank  here, and now. manager of a  bi'auch of ihat brank at Vancouver, has been in town for sevend days past renewing old ac  quaintauces. He is the same  old genial ������������������Monty,-' and as happy as a claiii.  The 341 h of May is Victoria  Day, nol'Empire Day, as so called by some, The act of parliament that has made it sucli has  never been changed.  'The baud   was   here   on the  24H1, and lhe   people*'enjoyed it.  It was a dirty trick' to interfere  and stop the' first' band engaged   ,  from    coming,  just   the   samel' *",'!'  mid wefail to see what i.**  to  be'  gained by ir.excepting it  be   to  engender harder  feeling,-  which  is surely uot to be desired.    Let  there  be   no recourse  to   petty  things that have no bearing  on.  this  strike  siliuliou.    Tiie .day-  was a public   holiday,, the celebration was fo'r; the public, and  the funds subscribed by the public.'  'Everybody was welcome to,  attend,    i respective    of    c'ass,,  creed, color, striker or nomstiik-  er, and it was  "-.our  privilege to.  attend or stay away, but not to.  interfere with other people's cu*.  joymeut.  lt i.s repor'ed that Ihe Nauai ���������  mo mines will re-open ou June  1st, with 600 men.  Sloan  Van-  A sister of Mr.   Wm,  died recently at V'icloiia.  Mr, M. T. Giifiin, of  ver, repri'j-euting the Western  Cimadua l-'lour Mills Co, Ltd.,  was in town last week.  Courtenay docs*  not  want   incorporation just yet,  Mr. John Horbury left on  Fiiday morning for Vancouver,  as a delegate from our local K.  of P Lodge to the K, of P.  Giaud .Lodge Convention, to be'  held at North Vancouver this  week.  ���������Game warden Daw ley secured  another conviction against 11  Japanese, on Monday, before  Magistrate Abrams, for catching  11 out below ihe size limit.  "Watch your garden--- fnr flower  thieves, also loci: ytui coal houses and ehicl'cn houses.  Wc lu'ur thai the Italian oignii-  iy.cr got, pretty i-cverely handled  on the train on Saturday night,  For what or for why wo did   uot  lieiir  ji*,*������.>:������*.^v;-u-.**-t-������������������*<������������������ ;���������>   ���������>*,'!,    t' r?*^������"^5if  Vji.-iM!.lV,'l-jRj  ���������.]' '/.J. fc**2ii'*--L*.  tfl&r*Jjjy..:A'fc:.<*^x:,CTi^^  SlEWSSSSimPli^S^mmmmm^^^  HERE is _one  of  our New.  Snrk Suit Styles.   Very quiet  and Dressy and as usual with  any model of  CAMPBELL'S CLOTHING  IN GOOD ������VYL,[3 ALWAYS  SKK Oi: K L.VTKST NnVKI/l'IKS in   Men������*i  Kniiey  S)ii|t-   (vf'h   t'i"    I;��������� :v    <|cfur'"i  lc    ('(d!-,V.     Tb-'V    C-i.Uu:    ill  t-e||' culurin^s and itewf-t t-'rip".    Perfect fitting,  W K il.W K Ahhl'.l* ()Y\\o a-few vow innnbi't-.-i b<  our Aoidi 1 r I.-idicii' iil.! fJeiilV shoe-, in Tan nud IttitcU  iS'nii la.--.ih I'm- {*'iiiifiiiJ'tl)ie w,ar. !/ick iih up find fry  tiii'iii   cti,  ���������Mv tf .��������������� -���������%***+****���������*****%������ ***#WH* t*U. "hM***  IW1MK *W 4  CAM'PBE LLS  j^^tJHrTj������lZ  <^*W*mitM ���������**!*���������  HZ  m*i.*m*i,\Xi> t-mui  la 1   " i in - '\  -    11 -1  -nl*   **i-*^iy-p*i--iimy (���������  m+w**tti*am-������**+m*\J THE OTWS. CTJMBEKL'ANIX B. C.  Ij  UY  m  (t  V  FOR ALL  By & R. Punshon  Ward. Lock A Co.. Limited  London, Melbourne A Toronto-  (Contluued>  "  CHAPTER VI  The Forged Letter  My  dear,  Bald In a. tone of mild  rebuke an. elderly lady who had fol-  lowed Dora Into the room, if .Wilton  ts Jokiuj* thero Is no need to ��������� Impart  the information to the -whole street.  Dora twisted up her little faco iato  a protesting griina.ee, laughed when  her aunt frowned���������thore -was nothing  the elder Miss Rose disliked bo much  or thought so unladylike as tfite grimaces Dora was fond of making on  every -possible occasion ��������� laughed  ftsaliyull her aunt tiad perforce to  ylcld'to the witchery ol her merriment  arid smile herself, and then -went dancing back towards Wilton Mayne. For  Dora Rose was a young lady who seldom walked when she could ran and  never ran when she could dance.  That a man so prominent ln Intellectual and artistic circles as Wilton  Mayne should have fallen In love with  a girl who seemed to have'-little but  ���������her beauty and flow of,youtMul spirits to recommend her, 'was a fact  which perhaps only surprised those  knowing little of human nature and of  tbe force of coutrasti Left au orphan at an early ago, Dora Rose had  been brought up by her aunt, Miss  Rose, and had first met Wilton Mayne  at a small party of literary people at  which slie had attracted his attention  by yawning, so terribly and looking 60  extremely woe-begone that he had felt  it nothing less than a duty to try to  amuse her.  Discovering at once that Mr. Mayne  whom she understood to be one of the  lions of-the party, was very like other  men in bis admiration for pretty eyes  . and bewitching smiles, she promptly  lost all awe^of all literary people, decided  tbat  they  were  just- ordinary  mortals, arid'asserting herself by,the  mere unconscious force of her youth  and her joy in life, she very soon as-  and her joy in life, she very soon a-s-  sumed-her  accustomed, part as  the  admired of every one.    What should  have been a grave literary assembly  ^ devoted to the" discussion   of   high  ideals she succeeded,in transforming  'into what perhaps may be best des-  criboiMn her own words, when, alter  it. was' all over, sho remarked* to ber  JURY ACQUIT A MURDERER  TRIES TO STRANGLE JUDGE  The Sweetest Story ever  told is to tell you of  the purity and  sweetness of  E. D. SMITH'S  JAMS  Just fresh picked fruit and  granulated sugar  WHAT COULD BE SWEETER  You can get  them from  your grocer  soo it?  Dora possessed, attached to the skirt  of her dress, a hanging pocket, from  whicli she now produced an extraordinary multiplicity of* objects. First  came a- reel of silk and then an old  glove; next a paper bag containing  two rather squashed chocolates, which  Dora paused lo eat lest sbo should forget, them and so thoy be -wasted; an  unpaid bill; a five pound note neatly  folded in four and tied round with  black thread for safety, a silver thimble; a description of a recent fashionable wedding cut from tbe Morning  Post, a piece of silk to be matched in  Regent Street that afternoon; and finally the letter in question wedged in  among several picture postcards. ���������  Oh, here it is at last^ she said with  a sigh of relief, and proceeded to return her various possessions to hor  pocket.   _.  Mayne took tho letter and. read it  over "slowly and wiih a very grave expression of countenance,  This is a forgery, he said; I never  wrote this. ' -  ��������� A forgery? the two'latlies cried together, looking, at, liim in bewilderment  ,(To be Continued*  The Unwritten Law Viewed In France  From Standpoint of Approval  Paris, France.���������The assize court  at Dijon, tried a farmer named Ernest  Gauthier for tlie murder of a neighbor'  named Fuley, whom ho surprised with  his wife. Gauthier, dealt his rival  two blows with a spade and the man  died the next day. The farmer also  attacked his wife and then,gave himself up to the police. Mine. Gauthier committed suicide' a few dtjys  later.  At the trial, the judge mildly reproached Gauthier, and informed him  that it would have been easy for him  to obtain a divorce.  Addressing tlie jury,, tho public  prosecutor said: Give him a few weeks  In prison, a few days for the principle,  After examining,the facts and emphasising tho shortcomings of the dead  woman, he concluded: Having regard  to all the circumstances, would it not  bo better for you to exercise your  sovereign right and pardon the accused?  The jury after a brief deliberation  brought in a verdict of acquittal.  aunt thai* it had been a ripping time-,  and whoever would havo thought  those spectacled old Johnnies had so  much fun in thom?  .,  Of all those who swore themselves  her bounden slaves on -that occasion  none had made his devotion more ap-  parc-n.t Mian Wilton Mayne; and his  Jecling towards her had rapidly ripen-  I'd into a true and passionate devotion. At first she had hesitated, and  she even shrunk from his ardent woo-  , ing, frankly tolling him that all U13  po*e.*ry bored her except when it wa,"  ��������� -.cry sweet and'full of loves and  graves, and moonlight���������which his  wasn't, fchc Interjected���������and .thai she  never had been clover and never  would be, and- didn't bo think he  on phi to marry someone from Clirlon?  Horn went, on to suggest tbat there  was Lucy Cripps, who was an A.B.  or something, ancl awfully clever;  what did Mr. Mayno think of iicr, for  f.j-ninplc? , ���������  Mr. Mnyne replied that'he admired  Mios Cripps very much; and then he  procc'rled to argue very Bcriously that  poetry wns not an affair of tbe inlol-*  led at all, but of emotions. Dora  admitted, thoughtfully, that eho had  1.crips of emotion; wid If lt was nt  first chk'tly her vanity that was touched by hor conquest of a man so different'from the general run of her ad-  inirors, it was not long before her  heart. f.T������'\v responsive to tbo love bo  off(reft her so freely.  So tlioy became onjyagcd, and for  onoo lhe course of true lovo ran  ���������"moodily enough, for there appeared  not i;vcn tlio shadow of an obstacle to  Impede their happiness,  All through her life Dora had laughed tin* whole day long, but now, if  pot-'-Oble, bIip. liuip-hod still more from  Hit* Blicer joy of her heart. Wilton  Mayn'\ as lie watched h*w, thought  i.!iat no ono had ever conceived so  l-fi'fi'flt a picture of joy in life und  youth. Thr. lines of that poem of  h!s, "l.nuphliiR Youth," afterwards,  perhaps die best known of all Wa writing, lifpan to run In his head, and  then Miss Iloiio remarked:  Well, If Wilton wero Joking Just  now. he seems solemn enotiph at pro-  hint.  lie nl way* doe-"-, cried Dora happily,  mnv, if ! mnko a Joke I nlwayfl laugh  <--,o much I can't get lt out, nnd no one  Inows what It Ih about. Nut when  Wilton Ih funny ho always loolw, more  dr]|*;li'fully Holfiinn thnn over.  I'erhaps, fitiggcsted Mnyne, that Is  because I don't know i am funny���������as  for exam lib', at pr^st-nt I had no Idea  1 wan ii.tiking a Jol;e.  Then whnt, do you mean, anked Dora  -il'liing up tho photograph and waltz-  ';,"   ' 'ir.',--   I'rr   Ill-it-   \v\tli   *t /kllTlt,  Inn't thnt .loan I-Minimi?  liiidoubU-diy, Bind Mu;.*! Horo, look-  In** at It   closely   through   hero   eye-  DRUGGED  HIMSELF  IN  TUNNEL  Constipation  Vanishes Forever  Prompt Relief���������Permanent Care  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS never  fail.   Purely vegetable���������act surely  .but gently on  lhe liver.  Stop alter  dinner  distress-���������  cure indigestion���������improve  the complexion���������brighten  the eye-.-Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine "must bear Signature  Jurist Has Terrible    Struggle    With  Camorrist He Had Just Sen-  ^ fenced  Naples!*���������An attempt- has recently  been mad������ by a Cammbrlst prisoner  to strangle u judge at tho Naples  criminal court recently. Two members of the Neapolitan. Camorra, Spal-  anea and Guadagni, wero - found  guilty of theft, and were each sentenced to sixteen months' imprisonment.     -���������'-��������� -  Immediately, sentence was pronounced tlie prisonor Guudagni, a man of.  Herculean proportions, felled tho two  carabinieri who were. on guard and  escaped from tho iron cage in which  he was confined. He dashed toward  the judge, and blacked the eye of a,  lawyer who attempted to stop him,  while two ushers each received a blow  on the nose. .^-''-  There was a wild stampede from  the court, and the president rose and  wrapped himself in his- robes as  though uncertain whqther to beat a  retreat. The infuriated Camorrist'  clambered up to the judicial bench  with amazing agility, and seized the  assistant, judge nearest to him.,Cav-  aliere Vitelli, by the throat and attempted- to throttle him. Both fell  to the'floor in tho desperate struggle,  f Barristers and policemen endeavored  to separate them, but several minutes  elapsed before the grip of tbe prisoner could be released, and the man put  in chains. The unfortunate judge  when released was in a state of collapse.  "The immensity of.nature strikes  every oue with the same awed feeling, i ��������� 0 '  No, it doesn't. I took a girl to the  circus once, and she told me she  thought the hippopotamus was cute.  ���������  [Feeling Out Of  Sorts ?  A Dose of  &%rntSi%U,  will set you right. Its invigorating action on the liver and  digestive organs will clear  your brain and give you a new  Interest in work or play,  Take A  Bottle Home  To-day.  > ��������� . " la  illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM  At all Ih-u^&sU  Price  25*  tr  lllIMlllIlilllllllllllUllliil  MYSTERIOUS MIDNIGHT TRAGEDY  glasses. .-. ���������- -  Very well, said Dora with another  ripple of laughter; and here is Wilton  asking me if 1 know her, when twice  over he has written *to me in the most  urgent manner asking us to call bn  ber and be as civil as possible. And  we have, haven't 0we, aunt? for we got  ber an invitation to Lady Martin's  ball; and ob, Wilton, I'm going to  wear a blush -pink chiffon, trimmed  with "silver lace and with a bodice of  silver la.ee mounted on pink chiffon  ���������aud-fillcd4n7aboTe-wi!^~w"bitefc=}Lou,un:i  dorstand?   she  asked  anxiously.   '  I understand you will be charming,  he answered.  And it'll just be'a dream, she rattled  on, dropping him a low curtesy in  acknowledgment of ibis compli'.uen.'t,  and then, .whirling round ln a sort of  little private preliminary dance, and  it'll knock all the rest in the eye, too.  My dear, my dear, protested' her  horrified aunt. '���������  All right, auntie eweet, cried Dora,  stopping ber remonstrance with a kiss,  and then giving a quick glance at  Wilton as much as to ask whether he  did not wish too had been in her aunt's  place just then.  Yes, I do, said Wilton Mayne. "  1 don't know what you mean, said  Dora blushing. *  My dear child, saiid her aunt, resolute to do her duty i.n spite of all blandishments, the tendency you show towards.tbe use of 6fang Is bi a young  Blrl���������  Oh, anntle, Interrupted Dora, -why,  only yesterday I hoard you toil Lady  Martin tliat no girl could bo more free  from tho use of colloquial and unladylike expression than me.  I know I said bo, eaid MIrs Ttoeo,  sticking to her guns valiantly, but 1  am eorry to Bay���������-  Oh, nuiit, cried Dora, deeply shock-  fid, you don't mean to confess you  woro telling Lady Martin fibs? But  there, it was Jn a good cause, so I'll  forgive you, and you need eay no  moro about It, and Lady ��������� Martin is a  horrid, stiff prim old thing, Ibii'L she,  not a blL liko my own auntie sweet.  Oh, dear, groaned Miss Hose, halt In  resignation, half in despair, it ia til-  ���������ways tho camo when I try to scold her,  Well, I don't like boing scolded,  laughed Dora. Wilton, you'll never  scold rnc, wlll you?  Never, promised Wilton promptly,  but, d������ir, just bo serious for a moment,  Oh, I can't, I can't, I can't, pang  Dora In a kind of a chant; Mio world  Ib full of serious pooplo, do lot mo -lie  frivolous Just for a change.  Yes, but this Miss Durand, persisted  Mayne.  Oh, wo called yesterday,'answered  Dora, and !��������� don't Uke her a bit. She  lm no gravo nnd cuid, nnd' her .ryes  frighten mo��������� they make ano cold, thoy  r-ihBI me. So I run away at taut an 1  could���������u-jh, I always run away from  Borrow.  Take care, tnko enre, child, nald  MIbs Noro with a sudden gravity* take  euro lost when you run from sorrow  you run bo fast you meet It on the  way.  There, now you are l)o|ng nolr-mn,  yrcfrv>-t,vi "inm, "nol'lnf nn If ttho wore  going to ery on Uio spot.     Don't lot's  ��������� Former English Army Officer Dlscov-  " ered Dead In [lather Strange  Circumstances  London, England.���������"An" ex-aniiy officer's unsuccessful-, struggle to cure  himself of the drug babJt was described at an inquest at Guston, Dover,  on Claude W. Lawrence Marshall,  aged 41, of independent nieaus, whose  body was found in a railway. A  broken hypodermic syringe and two  empty drug bottles, were found near  the body.   -Dr. Marshall was former-  to  ly-an-bfllcer-in-ihe-South-Staffoi'dshirc-  regiment. - -  Mrs. Marshall stated, that her husband had heen addie'ed to the drug  habit-for several years, taking morphia and cocaine.' He broke off the  habit last year for a time, but could  not do without the drugs, and resumed  them. She bad known him to go  into' tbis railway, tunnel for the purposo of injecting morphia into his leg,  He went into tho* tunnel because u  was dark, there, and. he objected to  making the injections in the light. He  told her once that after he had injected morphia into his leg in the tunnel  he became unconscious on the bridge  just above. She thought that on  this occasion he might havo become  unconscious in the tunnel. She once  found him unconscious in a pit as a  result of the drug, Mrs. Marshall  added that her husband was very  bright and showed no signs of suicide J  Evidence as to tlio finding of the  body pointed to the fact ��������� that Mr.  Marshall bad his back against the  wall of the railway tunnel and was  leaning down injecting morphia into  his leg when the (rain struck hlni; or  else that he had made tho injection  and lost consciousness In that position  at the time of Uio fatality.  lt was said that members of Dover  police force had frequently seen Mr,  Marshall in the vicinity of the spot  Injecting morphia. It was mentioned  that he had Injected ns much as sixty  grains of morphia at a time.  The jury returned a verdict of death  by misadventure.  ��������� -MM   i.n-m-*-*-i������*aa*m^ma***  Blind Bandmaster ������-  London.-W. P. Tyrrr-11, of Har-  ���������wlch, although blind, Is luindnmster ot  Uio Harwich Company of the Church  Lads' Brigade. Ilo Ir an accomplished concert pianist and ti typist.  To  THE  KNOW  HOW  Feed   Children   nnd    Get  Results  Good  CONSULTING ENGINEER  ENDORSES GIN PILLS  so Jlroadwny, New Y01V.  "11mii|*1it .wine of your GIN 1*11-1,8  ���������t Virtoiia, H.C. Just Keplrmbcr, Yonr  iciticdy I find. ������t 60 years ol tfre, to  civ������* pprf-vt Hirf from the Kttlnev mul  jiliiducr 'i'rmil'lcii incident io uit of illy  *xe. I iirKtMitly recommend ft in IMM/*������  io ffiendi its ���������>inj:{ tli-ft on** tliliif* that  does mi ,yeodV*    J?. G. WOODFORD.  ru ������ lox, fi Ua /j-S". M������"������'y 1^'lc  if i'.IN Pll.I/ifuil. {lam-ilr free if you  Mrltr Nftliciifll !"n**������ inul Cli**mi������n;������������.  cf CttuAm, Liu-it-.'-]. Tci*.n'.c*. .-���������  W,   K.   U.  043  There art; moro iiei'voim persons  made ao by undli-ieRted food lying in  the Ht'oiniuiH,tlinn lho tivcingo individual WOlllll ���������|ll|'|>l)H''.  If food remains undigested In tho  Btomach, It begins to ferment, set up  gas iuul a largo portion It thus converted into poison,  That's why impPrfrcHy (llgrslotl  fond, may, nnd often does, cnuso Irritation of tho ncrvoH and uttipor of tlm  mind���������brain and nerves are really poisoned.  "My daughter had complained for  Bomo I lino of a distressed feeling In  the Btomach, after eating, which net  mo ���������M-lnl'liv- Hint hor diet wrm not  right," wi'llos an anxious and Intelligent mutiK-r, *  "She had been fond of cereals, but  had nover tried drupe-Nutr.      From  rending the account or UiIh predigoflteil  food, It   RPomotl   mnHonablo   to   try  t i>*r. oflier two mil Id not li<ini Orane-Nnt** for lur onto.  Missing ' Artilleryman    Believed  Have   Been   Murdered   by  Two  Bluejackets  Malta.���������:At" somewhere about   midnight on Thursday two Maltese boatmen reported to'the police that two  bluejackets and an artilleryman had  embarked on thei-p^craft for conveyance fronrVale-tta to Sliema, and that,  when in mid-sea the sailors and the  soldier quarreled, the former throwing tho artilleryman overboard.      A  high sea was running at the time and  the sailors, by intimidation, prevented  TnTT5oafinEir"frOBl-attcinptin*s*'*to-resi-  cue the soldier.  On reaching tlie shore the sailors  decamped, and the boatmen then returned to tlie spot where tho soldier  had heen thrown overboard, but as  ibeir search prove*", fruitless they reported the -natter to the police. All  sailors' leave was stopped, .and the  boatmen were conveyed on board each  warship and confronted with the men  who had heon given shore leave the  previous night.  Both boatmen in turn identified  William John Payne and Albert Woodcock, both able seamen 'belonging- to1  the Royal Arthur, which arrived here  on Friday en route for China. The  missing artilleryman is Gunner I-Iour-  ibane,' of G5 Company of the Royal  Garrison Artillery. He is 22 years  old,  Both Payne and Woodcock , have  heen arrested, and the Royal Arthur's  departure has bees delayed pending  the magisterial Inquiry, which is proceeding, Both prisoners havo admitted having been in the boat in which  a quarrel arose, saying that tlioy  made, this statement because leavo of  all men had been slopped. Consequently they did not wish to sacrifice other men.  One of tho prisoners In his statement to the ship's commander said:  The1 soldier hit mo and I hit lilm, and  being drunk ho overbalanced'and fell  out of the boat Into tha, soa. Several witnesses from tho Royal Arthur  ore being hoard, and afterward tho  Inquiry will" be adjourned and the  Royal Arthur will sail, The prisoners having admitted boing on the bout  will bo remanded.  They Wanted to Hear it  Now, ..'lilldron, said the teacher to  hor kindergarten class, 1 wa*nt you all  to bo very quiet, ro quiet In fact, that  yon could hoar a pin drop,  Uvorythlng had quieted down nicely  nnd tho toucher wnB about to Bpetilt  when a ilttle voice in tho rear of tho  school room Bquoal'od forth: Go  ahead, please, teacher, and lot her  drop.  HOW'S   THIS  We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Rewara  for any case ot Catarrh that cannot t>������  cured  by  IIall'3  Catarrh  Cure.     ���������>  F.   J.   CHENEY   &  CO..'  Toledo,   O.  We, the undersigned, have known F.  J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honest in alt business  transactions and financially able to carry  out any obligations made by his Arm.  WALDING KINNAN & MARVIN.  Wholesale Druggists, 'ioledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,  acting directly upon the blood and muo-.  oua surfaces of the system, Testimonials  sent free. Price 75 cents J>er bottle;  Sold by all druggists. ���������.: ,  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  Weather Wise ,'  In a certain town tbe local forecaster of the weather was so often wrong  that his predictions became a standing  joke,' to his no small annoyance, for  ho was very sensitive. ��������� At lebgtb.  in despair.of living down his reputation, be asked headquarters to transfer  him to another station.  A brief correspondence ensued. .  Why, asked headquarters,   do.   you  When buying your Piano insist on having an  "OTTO   HIGEL''  Piano Action  wish to be transfefraiT  .Because,' the forecaster promptly  replied, the climate'doesn't agree with  me.  REAL ESTATE PROFITS  We only handle property ot sterling  merit, on wnich we are prepared to  guarantee profits. ,  "Our WOODLAWN," ST. VITA I,,  and "DEER LODGE" properties are  "gpod investments. We want a good  agent to represent us In every town.  For terms apply,   ���������        .      *-  STEWART & WALKER, LTD.  Sterling  Bank Building, Winnipeg  "Don't  waste  time   writing  if  you  do not mean business."  =KST=AND*HEAlTH=mMq!HER,meH!Li._  Mn.a.-Winslow's Soothing Syrup hns beea  .... > Jivw vw ������l>tt |,��������� -MIT T KINK nt  ho Bolcinn���������iiiiiRh, Jet ns laugh; uiui*  thro vying back her head eho eiiilllcl  a po-\l of laughter so free, ro hnppy,  00 like tho merriment of flomo delicious child as yot untouched by Bor-  rt.tt'   Ih  joining her. ,There, that's better,  Dora cried, now we jiro hajipy again,  Yon, paid Wilton pntWyitly,' but Dora  dear, do listen for one moment. What  la this about this letter to Miss Durand? I know nothing of any letter  about any MIm Dwand,  Bui we havo your h-wer, -said Dora,  looklntj pu/ultHl, hut with a Bmll������ lurk  i nil-', 111 lu-r '-j--i-i ahd .it tl'.-i o.onii.i';-, w;  J h'.-r iiioiiili as though .she nlill FUjipcf.-t-  I r-d come hiild* n joke at whU-li It. war*.  -I  idle   fhuul-l  V,   '"-I'-1- '    ���������!  it<*<*' .-.'-.try  :v;*d';:;. ��������� -s  iiji.l  i"M|>������*l*t'H<', tot.  11.. <; y.'v, it   -..lib  i'.,l ��������� .,' .    .\'-i,.   tit    \,,.n  . tf ���������.!������������������:..���������>! ii'.* : ,}l';.t.-������������������������������������.'  be in  inriant  woj- ;>o urg*tit  >'.-,  Ir*Qii,rt"d  :,    1.1,It.. Iir.     . .  I J  jr.-!' *<!; ).������r.y !  "Tlin re .lulls were really wonderful  Thn littlo brain that ponmnl at times  unable to do its work, took on now  lifo and vigor. Kvery morning, now,  before going to Bchool, Bhe eats lho  crisp little morBi-'ls find Is now completely anil entirely well, phe f.eem������ to  have ii"n(.*w itiu'o on life--no move*  ���������Hi'trf***** In the^tomach, nor lioa'kchc.  Iiiil hu'.itiJ ftiiil 7-d < vLiVw-Tiy.1'' Kiiiuc  giw'i) hv Canadian l'l'si'im Co., Wind-  r.or, Out. Jt-ad "Tho llond to Well-  ville," in -'I.*,'.1-.  "'���������"hi*re'*- n 11������.Wiii."  Ever read the above letkr? A new  ens appears from time to tim*, They  Mit {|t'Au'',.r., ���������'I'1" ���������"ic! t'i''- cf fiui-ia"*  intert&t.  Clean Stomach," Clear Mind.���������The  clomacli Is tho workshop of the vital  functions and when It geti* out, of order  the whole ny������lrm clogi* In sympathy,  The spirits Hag, tbo mind droops and  work br-coineH impossible, Tho flrHt  care uhotiltl be to restore healthful  action of v the Btomach anil tho best  preparation for ihat purpose la Pnrm-  dec's Vegetable JMlls, Clonoral use  for yoni*b bus won thom a leading  place In medicine, A trial will attest  their value,  tiV,i,������;J'5 LI ii Intent rMI**vee N*-Mralglr*  Cheerful Under Difficulties  Tf you inalce any noise, threatened  tho holdup man, I'll stuff this handkerchief In >om* 111011 th!  The victim rugiinled It with a ghost-  iy   ���������nllnic, ,  Oh, that's such an old gag, he p-->  tested.  .Probably there In nothing that will  mako a womnn quite so happy aa the  poiwofwlon of a thing her rival wants  and can't afford.  Welsh Conl Mines Will he Merged  London,������������������Vour prrat Wels<h coal  mines in which David Alfred Thomnn,  crnior iVionibrr of tho firm of Thomas  ami Davry, bat a predominating in-  \ort'������.t. and **.hose annual output is  '.."���������r.'JV'f". \t-r.', will be rn-Tged short)**  !>iio ;i -diii-h* LiU'i'i-iiiy, with a capiiiil  !of no,K'*v.--o.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE BROMO   QUININE.  Lool! for tho signature of 15. W. GROVE.  Cures  a  Co'.d  in  One  Day.    Cures  Grip  111 Two Days.    2Bc.'  Bluff ���������  Mr. Badgerton is here,- sir, said the  chief clerk. Shall I show him in?  * No, replied tho great organizer, let  him wait in tho ante-room for about  throe-quarters of an hour. Ho has a  big proposition, but 1 am anxious to  keep him from getting the idea that  I consider it "worth while.  The indications of worms, are restlessness, grinding of tbe teeth, picking 0" ,tho nose, extreme 'peevishness,  often convulsions. Under these  conditions the best remedy that can  be got is Miller's Worm Powders,  They will attack the worms us soon  ns administered and will grind them  lootUoms that pdsR away In. tho evac-i  nations, Tho littlo sufferr: will be1  immediately eased and a return of tbe  attack will not be llltely.  "No Encouragement  Parson (to workman who keeps taking nips from his bottle)���������Do you  know, my man, I never tasted spirits  In my life.  Workman���������No, an' you ain't a-going  to begin 'ere neither.  >  11 "���������" ���������im*' 1 ���������!  A Soft Answer  You pcem to bo an able-bodied man,  You ou/'lit to ,bo st,rong enough to  work. .,  1 know, m 11111. And yen seem lo he  beautiful enough to go on tho stage,  but evidently you prefer the Blmplo  life.  British nnd French Navies Unite  Oatend, Belgium.���������Flotillas of British and French torpedo boats, dofltroy-  era and submarines nro currying out  a hci'Ioh of night ninnonvcrs In cooperation, In ihe ISngllsli channel.  The commanders of the flotlllaa nro  following common plans of action and  thoro Ib a frequent eschnngo ot wire-  lean mi'twiiKcH between the vobbcIh.  AI.T,A.yii allrAlN ; CURBS WIND COUC, ami  is the best remedy.for BIARKliajA. It is niv  nolutely liBrmlcss. Be dure and ask for "Mrs.  Winslow'8 Soothing Syrup," and take no oUtcrr  kind.  Tvreuty-fivc cents a bottle.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.  I(you(eel'OUT0l'S0KlS"RUMD0WN'ar'norlllKBl.UI.S'  EUFtCK Irom KIDNhY*, nl.AU������KR, NKRVOUS DISUASI'.S,  bURONICWCAKNrsSES.ULCr.RS.SKINKRUF'rlON'S.I'ILI'.S,  write (or my FREE book. TIIK W0ST...iNSiiacTIVK  ukdic >\i. dqok i'.vkr \v iiittkn.it Tti.i.r. am. nbounlie^a  msKAiKS nml tin rkmakkaui.k cures kfi'FCi-kh br  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N.1. Nn2, N������3.  If It'i llm remedy tor Yoiir OWN ailment, Don't >eml acent.  AbiolutelvFREE. No'followup'clrcular". UR.LKCMERC  UKU. CO, iUV������KSTOCKKD,HAMrS*IIUO, LONDON,l!l.O.  Maypole Soap  THE CLEAN  HOME DYB,  . Girej iich, eren  colon,, bee (rom  ilreakt and absolutely fait, Don nol  ���������tainliandio-ktUlei  24 colon, will **iv������  any shade. CoImh  10c, black 15c, ������l  -���������out dealu'i 01  pott - paid with  booklet "How l������  Dye " dom  F. L. BENEDICT  A woman with a Ho:rot Borrow nover  rt-ivts until It Ih lino'vu.  Truth cniHhod to parth wlll rlso  again, hut nine tlwoa out of ton tho  automobile getfl awny first.  The Shirker  If you don't do your sharo of work  In tho world Uio chances aro that  somo 0110 oIbo wlll havo to do It for  you. nut you won't draw lils overtime or Rectiro hia 'promotions, or  thoac that might have heen yours had  you tried. Thero Ib a Rood deal of  justice ln tho world, reKartllom- of  what the croakers anil malconieutu  mny. toll you, and tho shli'lier, in  dodf-lng. hl������ work, hiIbscb his, pay.  which koch to a butter man who will  probably proBper and bo rnlled a thief  becaiiHo ho attended to !iuslnen3 and  was IndtiHlrloiiH nnd polite. 11 Ih com-  peiipatlon Ilea In tho knowloilKC of  work well done, an woll nn tlio material reward, nnd Boinowhat, pt-rhnpu,  In the.fact that the opinion of hia detractors may tint ho ������o Import ant after  all.  Whonovpr tlio weather man doe*-  tnrn out an article Kuaranteed to Milt  some Btorm or othor comes along nntl  flpolla lt,  _____ .-     . .  .  JL ttW K Ay Kfirmi of rfMcuue-uprtAiLi them over  l ������nr food nod poifopfl u***u* iypttaUit  The Md^_og?:!g,L������'^  11 tot*  HAULBUu  lW,. blood I  .rar-(]yonrlan|-i  AltE nirei)froBG'J!to~'ia&~_w^ ml*  ���������/ <��������� I*et your Btomach bo of ffootl dl*jcr*tton.,'your liver ncUvo'.  1 full of good -pura air anil you don't aurrender to any of the -H-tue-l  I  'bearln-e gertni, Thr- belt known tonle tnd altnratWe, tlmt correct* a torj'W \\***A  I   tun*] l������t>lji������ dig*atlou ao.th������t H������H'J.tiiP_o-4.!a maj������������>J^*vrw.^J.t^o ������jriitwa ao5}H������b������dt U l  l. "������������������' Tl-Iv. famous m-'dli'ln-* ha* b-**n *-������l(l Vj'ttaHletn* AatMn In IU liquid Form foi  ������v������r foi ty yr am, clvln*/ erf at B-itlffacllOft.'1 If you prtter yoa mn now obUln l)rJ  ��������� riereft'a Golden Miidlra] I)UcOT������rj* UibUU of your druef-lot at $1.00, alno in 60c aiu  '������r by roail-ieml Monti-cent aUrop������#E.y, Vltne, _t. 1)., UufTalo, N.Y., for trial boxJ  ��������� f\ittitiltf\i\a f\f* Lift* afafonrand-nro-wlyanawrradlntjiaroopla'alfidleal AtlA  tk{Uv9tlOna.VJ JjlIC Vl������rr by n.V. PUre*. M. I'. All tlia knowUntira a ^wnf*  nknor wi.man. wlf������nr il������uiiht������r alioulil liuva, l������ ronulnr.) In tb't Ll-f Homo Doctor IkuW  Miiuininf 10iif'l.iirwi������lih������rti*������Tt".K*'*'.>Mllfi j-lsih, tint ire* to anyect aandlnt Ui oo*- rf  ���������THE NEWS. CmiBERLANT), Hi. C,  INFLUENZA  CATARRHAL FEVER  PINK EYE  EPIZOOTIC  DISTEMPER  .CHRONIC   COUGHS  /  Booklet "Distemper; Causes, Curo and Prevention,- FRSB.  SAL*SU!dhUGGISTSS3 dea*era*    Diatrlbutora-AlJ. WHOUB.  SPOHN;MEDICAL CO., Goshen, Indiana, U.S.A..  The Housekeeper  WHO WOULD MAKE WASH-DAY EASIER, CAN DO SO BV  USING  .5  Eddy's Indurated Tuba allow th* water to retain heat lono-t*  and never rust. Being mado In ono seamless piece cannot splinter  and so the danger of snagged finger* and torn clothes la ellmlnatoA  Used  In conjunction with  Washboards  Washday   Lbses  Half Its Terrors  Why he was Glad  The man with the long beard stood  pensively ��������� at  the. curbing  gazing  at  the'passing traffic in Uie street.  1 hall with delight the advent of the  automobile, he muttered aloud, for  no longer need I fear crossing the  street lest, some hungry ' horse mistakes me for a walking bale of* hay.  ���������Minard's Liniment*. Cures Dandruff,.  . The pie trust would i;etlre"from the  field .vanquished and'binding up the  wounds to its pocketbook ' were the  women ���������to fight it with the kind of  pics that mother used to make.  Indeed-Who Would? * *  * Listen to this,- wifeV, said Mr. Hubby, looking-up from .his newspaper.  For every missionary sent abroad last  year, America sent 1,469 gallons" of  liquor. ���������    , '.   '.  . Merciful J * goodness?! 0 exclaimed  wifey,* whp/d ever think missionaries  were such 'drinkers? '���������  . .Of Course, ���������  Oh, papa, exclaimed the young gltl,  tha pretty plant I had selling on toe  [iJt.no Is dead.   '" .,       " ��������� **  Well, I  don't wonder, was-'all  the  ..lather said. '    , '       ,  ������������������   The man . who . lives   beyond , his  moans   pays for it,'if not in cash.  ."A girl- who knows she is pretty lilces  to havo her suspicions corroborated.  LAXATIVES  are best for nursing  mothers because they do  not affect the rest of tho  system. Mild but sure. 25c.  a box at your drugglst'a.  NATIONAL OHUO AND CHCMICAl  CO. 0* CANADA, LIMITED.  An  Example  Wealtih doesn't always bring happl-  .ness, ��������� remarke ". "the youngster'- with  tho large spectacles.  Naw, asserted the other ldd. Look  at me cousin yonder. *. He's got two  cents, and ho can't decide between  lollipops and chewing gum. .  Young man (whispering to jeweller)  ���������That engagement ring I bought of  you yesterday��������� .     . .  Jeweller���������What's the matter with it  Didn't it fit '   '  Young man*(cautiously)���������Sh! It did  not have a. chance'. ��������� Gimme studs  for It.  A MESSAGE FOR  THOSE WHO SUFFER  MRS.      .E.     J*.     TALBOT   -TELLS  THEM  TO FIND    A    CURE    IN  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILL8  She Had Rheumatism, Lumbago, and  Neuralgia and Found the Remedy  She Was Looking for in Dodd's Kidney Pills.  IU  J)ON'T waste your timo figuring  out why a'black'hen lays o  whlto cg-gr. Got busy and jump  Into your LEATHER LABEL  0V.13U-IIAULS and jjot tho egg.  TIIK HUN".  TIIU KGU.  ������ THE ������  Leather Label  OVER-HAUL COMPANY, LIMITED,  M.lSUI'ACTUIlIIUS 01*  High Grado American Over-Haula,  W.U.KEKVILLI!. 0NTAK10.  Tour this out nnd mall It to ub with  your namo one" add rata and wo wlll ������������������nd  you ono of our oolobratod CORN COB  PIPES, FREE.  ���������*" UU|C-n*M'-M--'niHt'H ������ tiMiiioiit iiiiiimiii*****  Town , T'i or m  Your ileulc-r'ti namo , ,������.  lown.M.n, * ,��������������� ������������������������...>..,,<! rov.... M.......M  Hamilton, Ont. (Special) .-^"1 know  there aro a lot" of people who suffer  and do not know what will cure them.  Dodd's Kidney Pills will."  jThcse^are;the words.of_Mrs._E._J.  Talbot who resides at 293 Wellington  street north ,this city. , And Mrs.  Talbot speaks out of her own .'experience. ��������� ,   -   ���������  "Last July I was very sick," Mrs.  Talbot continues. . "My heart bothered me, my limbs *���������, 3re heavy, and I  had a dragging sensation across the  loins. Rheumatism, lumbago and  neuralgia added to my sufferings, and  the doctor I called in did not help me  much.  "I finally decided to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills. I have used seven  boxes and I am so much stronger and  better that I feel I must recommend  them to others."  Mrs. Talbot's complication of troubles all came from sick kidneys.  That's why Dodd's Kidney Pills cured  thom. For Dodd's Kidney Pills are  no cure-aJl. They simply cure kidney disease of-any kind. They never  fall to do that.  Of Course   ������������������  Oh, Melon! Suppose I should faint  somo time, and I should1 como to ln  some young man's arms! What would  I <lo?  Wdiy, Margaret, koop youT eyes  closed of courso.  Ho Knew.  Toamny, said ids mother, -sfcat -would  yoa like to gir-o yow cousin Willie  for hia birthday.  I know; what IM litre to give bim,  answered Tommy, wfro had been bullied by th������ other boy. bat I alii bis  enough.  Jm  WHY  ^SLi^li^i^li.iilJrwityW  IS THE BEST TOR YOU,  ECAUSE  j        it ������.*.**;���������.> ',,\>,it 'Ai ur.u v.uUicj   iwu'ilinU  I Ju.it llko Now,  H docs not Spot or StronI* tho clollioi  ns thore Is no M-tUlnnr.  ll In tha "lliindlust Kind" to -inn.  It IsGimi'imtocrt loj-lvo I'oi'l'i-nl Sntls-  rucllQi) or monuy Cliont'lully llnl'uiiilul,  TRY IT,  and Provs  It  ii.r Vcursetl.  LISTEN!  "J-R r.i'.i-ln-.mcMj*'li-r  llinu Diiy iillioi'," Mi,',j  Tliomimi. ll'ilmoiit, Mail  'J-U lilimi ..",ii ii*ci.U������������t  Illuc, .'iiijii-iiur Id otlifir  ninnn.!' Mr������. T'lank J.  Mui.ri-i Conn, Out,  "J-H niui* li'-Hif-* K-tt  HIiic I nvrt \������n\." Mr-i. W.  Sv-itrfi'r", Hraiulmi, Mail  A ������i cent pack-  iiiic l.ivCHnl.niit  0 ini.uui.., i\i it  J j I m > ������������������ i$ Good  Kl/n Wii<liiiiy������  Matvif.i'.Lirrd t.y  *lh# Jl*1irl������i>li*  llif tii*rtU<.ii On.  1 llllllril,  M.miirjl. Cm,  n������*.iw*������ ���������numi ittomuBm  VV.  N.  U. 04J  BABY'S GOOD HEALTH  _ '     *  The good health of baby depends  entirely upon whether his stomach and  bowelc nre kept right or not. Keep  Hho bowels working regularly and tho  little stomach swoet and baby wlll be  woll and happy, To do tills use  Haby's Own Tablots���������Uicy aro a gentle  laxative and have no equal. Mrs.  Cliaa. Laplorro, Los Bouloe, Quo,,  says: "I imvo found Baby's Own Tablets very pood for my baby and thoy  kopt him in.good health." Tho Tab-  lots aro sold by medicine don-loru or  by mall at 25 oontn a box from Tho  Dr. WIlllamB' Medlclno Co., Brock-  vlllo, Ont.  *���������-������������������������"��������� ������������������" ��������� "     ��������� -  Tho sun may shlno tomorrow, but  that wont norvo as an umbrella today.  m^*^^-^aa aa *���������-fili-Miiti-i ������  Could Hardly Llvo for Asthma.  Write*! ono mnn who aftor years of  nufferlng Iins found relief through Dr.  J. D. , Kellogg's Asthma Remedy,  Now ho known how noo'llotw has boon  his suffering, This matchless rem  ody Rlve-u Btiro help to all afflicted  with nnthmn. Inhaled ao smoko or  vnpor It brings tlio help no long nooil  od. Kvery dealer has It or enn got  It for you from IiIb wholesaler,  You're a Brick  iA   ....    (,*���������*.uL.������   ...I,*.,   i.i   I.ii*,.!*.,   .lit   in  hntwnrinr onne enmn from Tlpl-run to  Spun a, anil wan shown by tho kin*"  over his cupltiil. Ilo wan surprised  to find no walla around Uie city,  Biro; lie exclaimed, I Imvo   visited  nearly nil lho towns In Greece, hut I  ���������fl"'! jm v.'i'!': fnr Mi���������"'.������������������ 'J"f',.'.:.,e.  Wh"  'is this?   ' " ���������"'  Indeed, Uio Icing replied, you cannot have looked carefully. Come with  nio tomorrow and I will show you tho  wnllH of Sp-ai'lii.  On tho following moniliiK the kins  le<l Ida gueiit out upon tho j-lniiiR,  wlien* liii* nrmy wn������ drawn up in brittle niTiiy, nnd iinltiting proudly to the  '.itllitliL hiihllni'ri, lie i-iiiil; "Tlii'ie >ou  buhiilil tho walU of Sparta ��������� every  mint u luiclc.  The miijorlty ot unil'ivlla ih loves  i are lmn-ow*-rs In dlFgulpe.  ,, Kv-t-rj man kimwi* what he will fi,i In  ah crs/i*w'i*;:ry���������until tbe time comca.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.  ��������� I-.J���������**������������������   .ii -     ,| ������������������ i,W^������  Degraded  You are very low, observed tlho weather man.  Yes, replied tha official thermometer, rogretfully, I fear I havo taken  a drop-.too muoh.  ' ���������'    Hard WorK  Bo you havo a city job, liavo you?  Yea.  Don't havo to do any work, I- sup-  poso? ,  I don't, oh", I hav* to get my pay  warrant e^vcry month aud aigu it and  got It cashed.  EX-SULTAN'S OPINION OF WOMEN  "The Only Cure  for Piles"  Writes Mr. Taylor! n Telling Hie  Experience With Dr. Chase's  Ointment  . Mr.  M. Taylor.        ',-,..  Because . JDr. -> Chase's ; Ointment  brings almost .Immediate relief from  the dreadful itching, burning, stinging, sensations of piles,-it is well worth  the attention of everyone' suffering  from this annoying'disease.  In most cases, even after, years of  "Sfcmdin"Brnf-J~C"nase's^Oin*;rn"ent'nfakes-  a thorough, and* lasting cure of itching/'bleeding arid protruding pjles. .  - Mr. Maxwell Taylor, Charlottctown,  P.E.I., writes : ','To all sufferers from  piles in any form I would recommend  Dr. Chase's Ointment as the only cure.  Over a year ago while in Boston I  became' afflicted with a dreadful itching. , I went to a doctor,, who gave  mo somo ointment, which made mo  no better. A friend advisea the use'  of Dr. Chase's Ointment, and by the  tise of two boxes I was entirely cured. You may publish this statement  ln. order that other sufferers may  profit by my experience."  Dr. Chase's Ointment can better  prove Its value by tho relief lt affords  than by all the words wo could uso  in its praise. 00 cents a box, all  lealors, or Edmanton, Bates & Co.,  Limited,. Toronto.  Dead Give Away  ' Diana���������I've had a lovely walk, pa.  Fathei���������Did you go by yourself!  Diana���������Of course.  ,. Father���������Then how is lt that ��������� you  went'out with an umbrella and came  back wltih a walking sticlc?  One Parting Word  Judge���������Ten years' penal servitude.  Any request to mako?  Convict-���������Yes, my lord.   , Will y-jr  send round iind telj my missis I shan't  b* homo to supper?  ���������wi���������ii   ii  .^    ia,    ������������������  ,f^*^m  Tho landlord never ralflos any objections when tho tenant rallies tho  rent.  Many a man's succesfl is duo to his  ability to use othor mon's brains.  A Jolly  Good Day  Follows  AGood Breakfast  Try a dlnh of  Post  Toasties  tomorrow morning.  Tlic-se p-weet, Hi In hll- m-idr- frnm  Indian Corn fire cooked, toasted nnd  sealed in tight package** without  the touch, of human hand.  Thoy reneh you tn-fb and rr|������p  adding cream or milk and a ii prink-  linu of miKiir, if desired.  Toiictloa arc- a Jolly pood dish���������  Nourishing  Satisfying  Delicious  Made by  Pure I*V><1 Fncl.irlea ot  Cauadlbti Vo'hiun fur'-uJ Com'any,  Ltd., V'JrvI'vir. Ont,  Turkish Woman-Hia  Ideal  of What  the , Fair   Sex' Should  be LIka  Berlin, Germany.'���������Furttier Interesting memoirs of Abdul Hamid, the prisoner ex-sultan of Turkey, are published in tiie March number of Nord und  Sud. By tho, courtesy of Professor  Ludwig Stein, tho editor, I am able  to glvo tho following extracts:  Tho memoirs deal principally wlUi  roliffiotis and moral questions. Abdul  Hamid was in the habit every day during hia long reign of dictating for  Bomo thirty minutes hia private  thoughts to AU BahW Bey, and the  preseDt publication la taken from thLs  work. The memoirs havo been translated from Uio original into German  by Iierr Hoin-z Bothmcr, the Turkish  consul ln Berlin., Spoaldng of the  status of women, tho ex-Sultan says:  Every man who has sense will deplore wiih mo that women aro given  too much, freedom, that Uioy rulo the  salons, and aro seen to walk about the  streets, whilo men arc slowly drifting  to bo tli-slr servants. 1 understand  this is the case in America. Why-do  lSurcfpeatis criticise our women? Are  Turkish women not prettier and more  moral than' others.        -, ���������     .  In our country. the woman belongs  to tho household,-and belongs to*one  man aloho. In Europe sho has much  too much freedom to remain a woman  at all. If only half I havo read in  books and" newspapers about nwoman-  hood In thb west is true���������well I pitj*  tlie western men!  Tho former sultan appears to have  been favorable to some reforms- being  introduced '<, Turkey, but these reforms, he says, must not be rushed on  us'. \,We want to go ahead, but ha'sto  Is .'devilish, while leisure and afterthought aro divine. ��������� He doesv not approve of young Turks .going'abroad  for any'length of time, "he fears nothing as much' as the poison of European civilisation. Beware of ideas  that'come from the. west! They are  most dangerous for"-- our country.  When I see .how happy our Moslems  are, I foel I must oppose.* with all my  power the coming' of the European  now, spirit, , This spirit-poisons our  souls and. our j,'character.* Islam is  not unfavorable .to progress, but any  progress must come from within, not  from without. '    ..  ' Dealing with the present conditions  of Islam, Abdul. Hamid states: Thg  koran preaches virtue more e/Tectlvely-  than any other religious work. Therefore Islam will in Lime be victorious in the whole world. Qui- troitbl?  comes from tlie fact- that our, enipiro  does not constitute,^, religious, unity.  We have too many Car-sunns in our  .land. Only evil can bc expected  from the fact that more than one religion reigns in one count.y. Lool;  what happens-iii Germany!  i=*iQ-=Si.*.iY&vion==0L=^j.=urKc7T^c?.n"^on/ys  be in deep religious, belief. There  lies our.future. ��������� England, "Frauce,  Russia are in my.hands. One word  from my lips will suffice to open a  holy' war (Tschibad).". Then Christian, nations will see their doom. That  time has hot come yet, but it is bound  to come j\'hen* millions of brave Mos-  clms will shake off the yoke of Lhe  Giaour���������85,000,000 living in British colonies, 30,000,000 in Dutch colonies,  etc. ��������� Two hundred and fifty millions  pray every day fcr Allah and the Khalifa. Can one really think that the  Moslem is.a weak instrument in the  concert of nations?  This rather bellicose statement- is  Immediately followed by some  thoughts about tolerance ln Turkey,  which, according to tho .-ex-Sultan's  'opinion, is far greater there than nny-  whero else. Ho bitterly criticises  the young oftendls, who censure everything that is done In Turkey. Those  unfair pessimists arc our worst enemies ho says. Thanks to my secret  police, I know exactly where thoy aro  to bo found, . Than.c Allah our good  peoplo keep far from theso eternal  sowors of discontent, A real Moslem Is always an optimist. The ox-  sulUin exprossos his opinion on slavery as follows:  I have just received a potltion from  the nnti-slnvcry congress asking mo to  suppress slavery in Turkey. I am  surprised to seo how Utile Europe  knowB about our ctisloms and liabitH.  IIow can the patriarchal relationship  existing horo between masters and  servants be callod slavery?  The Koran compels us to treat.our  servants wrll, antl our laws.adecmatoly  protect tho Inttor against any abuse  of power 'at the hands of thoir maK-  ters. Thoro Is no slavery in my em-  plre., A doliiirjoli (maid servant) in  Turkey Ir happier than a maid In Europe, Why curso tlio slave merchants? They only Hocuro servants  for a certain time.  Many an abandoned child, dying of  hunger In lhe street, has found its salvation nt the hands of Uicbo no-calhi]  fJnve-mpreliaiiLfl. Many girls hnvo  found good positions in fnmlll-wi by.  ihis process, and some evon have bo'in  married by paphns.  STATE HORSES FOR SALE  When You Get  Run Down  ���������citch cold easily���������-.nd dread.  Instead of  cnjoyliij*,thckseii winter'"weather���������then you nec<4  Na-Dru-Go Tasteless  -1 .Preparation of  Cod Liver Oil     ,  This Nn-Dm-Co Compound embodies the well-known nutritive ������nd  curative elements ol Cod Llvtr Oil���������HypophosphltM to bulkl up tho  nerves���������Extrict of Wild Cherry to act on the lunp ind bronchial tubes���������  and Extract of Malt, which, besides containing valuable nutriment tUelt,  , helps lhe weakened digestive orpac������ to assimilate other food.''  Tlio diMgretable laxttt of rmw Cod Uv*r Oil it entlmlr absent,  and the Compound la decidedly pleasant to take. In 5Cto, and $1.00  bottles,, at your Druggist's. Mk  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. 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THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Main Officii  WINNIPEG  Rcgtna, Moot* Jaw, Sukitoon, C-J-U7,  Edmonton, LctbbriJgc, Vmcohw  Then Ho Went Home  Tho yotinf* mini sat and sat and  talked and tallied.  About 11.RO ho saiif": Love, I'm Goin;.! Away.  The youiiK lady Bhowed Interest tor  the first timo filneo 8,30,  Whon do you titarLV.Hho luqulrod.  Motorcars Substituted by New President of France  Paris.-���������ProHldont Poiticari- has  motlornlKed tho nlnblos ot tl.o Wynne.  Ilo has como to tho conclusion Hint  In UiCHo d'iyn ot niotorttiirH thoro It  no Honno in spending tho taxpayers'  money on lho uplcoip ot horses, old-  faHliJoncit carriages and .expensive  coaemiivti.  IT.. h'i:i ,71 von OTfl'r* f-,r Dm ,;:Av of  till Uio lini-RPR, except four In the tables of tlio Klyooo; has illaiuhiswl lho  lit-iul couch man Truiiilf, who on Riilu  oceiiHloiiH, drove lho iircwldcnUal car-  rlafio with niilrltlcrii, and then ollu-r  ������...  VAliM ,1.......   U-|U    li.a.MO    4ltt'i-U)f  Tho lour horw.*. which are to ho  ltopt will vory rarely he tmc<l by M.  Poliioiirn lilrniiolf. Tlioy aro for lils  wlfe'ki pli-nsutro principally, It I.i riot  liiipoKKlble that Miuo, I'olncaro mny  ride In lho Holt* as an eiiCDiiriiKomont  lo P.irlH pnrli'ly not to let rldlrr,* drop  out ot fawhlon.  MUkinri'^l.T. tn Hwltzorlind raabe  liaiidl-erchlcfs of lane that readily !;cli  for }5 u]Av(io���������i.oitse Indued for a:  flinch aa |r.O Mich.  In the ("prin-r the jfiun* man's tzney  F,pt3 a Iiunoh that he will have tc������ ������et  littfiy or Cwro won't be tuiy f.-.tnitn/r  cloUicrf for liim.  Hia Example  ToncliiT���������Hobby, kIvo mo an exam-  jile of tho word damper.  Hobby UfU'r a moment'** thought)���������  I'uw Bays maw Is too damper Uctilar  about hiu fi'fl being wiped.  Almost  Willis���������So vour wlfn reoovoroft.  Fine! I liear-d Lho doctors rnu'do a  un'iit dfiiii- lor iiur itfe.  (jllll.-, They -did, and they almoin  iCut it loo. -    ������  There may be other corn cure**, but  Mollriwnv'n Cnrti Cnro Ktnnd*- nt tho  li'-nd of Hi.! list uo far ; : results aro  con cernetl. i  Partnership Ended.  A West Vlritlnln dnrlty, a blackHinll.li  recontly announced u cIiiiiiko in hln  biminesii aa follows:���������-Notice: Do oo  piirdnerttlilp heretofore roslHtliiR between mo and Moso Skinner Is hereby resolved. Dom what owe de linu  wlll fiottlo wld me, and dem what do  lira owes will seUJo wld Mono.  8our Pickles  Mr. Pickle';���������I want a i;lrl to fall in  lovo with tno at first nlt'lit.  Mr. Cutting���������Yon, for If nlio look  tho second look ulie would not.  It l/i easier to ho foolish than <lignl-  it  ��������� ><.U,  WOH  *.U      ������>..f.*.vt.������t������.l������l  I-.      |'.������J m     I ....V      ������t^  r  Oxygen, cKygon, madam. That is  what you noc-d, raid the eminent upec-'  ialfiit. Come every nflcrfloon for  your Inli,-il.*illi)ii3. Tney will cost you  IZ each.  I knew our family -ihyr.lolan didn't  t':ider.*.t:ui'l iny ru:"'', dfdared the  faHhionable patlt'iit. lie told me all  I rr t-:U-d v,-**.s i-laia, freih air.  GOOD FOR THE HANDS  <m p?kVT rn, vim  Doctor's Holiday  fyinlon.���������Is..rhln** doctors have &t-  cbL'A to rest Tliiir:>d,iy cvenlnr- and!  rlopp thoir -Mir-jeno.*- e*rept for very!  ur^'-nt vxV'S.  AntUrpllc Hand Cltnntr  ]  V.nfl'iit.iiiilwliltrii.itlie !mnl������- tcmovti  till! M^st (jti^-tHl.tt* ������ui.i-j ��������� oil, cr**"^****t  ->������lut,rtc  A.'iR root p:;.\u:r  Wif tG>l*W, imiTMl, Mnntrf)*.  V**tS*B*!iVUlf. .AM-*- -u-r.-* ���������, Vwiv.k.*������i*.*M *r*J*Tty*a^������'V*"**'  TW8 _H___L JSMlS^^^gSnl^^fc1  Tue Graisei'taM Uro  ���������u.-d Every by   \Yeiliit>t-i:\Y the  .-: l*Jihinc*** Comp si nj/.  ..;;  (ii]iei" will not hold" it sell!  ,.\h)o For the opinions of otii-  "u-i'y uppwir in its columns  i->n>. to time.  KSDAY   MAY S8. 19J3  iJ.YWV^wy^'t'i  S.v.*\..id Lmd [.'-strict.  Di^lti'l of t'onuoc,  ���������  *.;'���������' NO IMCJliJ tlui M.iry Thulin of  *   .-'.('.' ',v.,:-*p ���������iionV.i-irriri,!   woman  y -.1-n.j)1-.-  :.,-���������.- pci mission to ])l,r*  .'*.   ! >ll-)*.vin-' .ie-ici-ibeil lands:���������-  -..  .i-.:ni-in;-f at" p. |i:->jt planted at   tho  ���������v.**l, -.v..-:,-. frti-nor of T.  I..  No.'.14338.  ' ;ii;-o north   8.-> .chains, thence west 40  :*��������� -J"-., ihence   s itith 50 clnins more or  Mjnre  , I  ,**. i;  ne, thence ilong the shore  <i ) i.hnii's inure   or   ics"   to plac". ol  . .i:rn,- containinj;   2.10 ;icres]more or  Gl-;i>KGR VERDIER  ���������*  A-; cut for Mary Thulin  .re Aiij-ust i'*iii, :yi2.  3iiy-.v'ai--.i Lan'il District"  iJisii-ii.l of Comox.  TAKE NUTICE.ihat Charles-Thulin,  {uinA, 1J.C , oc-.iip.'iiion   merchant, in-  :.**.;.. to  apply  lor, jjcrm'usi 01110   pur-  -, -,*.* '.'*)-_* ihe. follon-i.ui' cescribed land:���������  ��������� .-.iiionciny at .1 pojt pl.'-.nlcd in Browns  . ��������� .it die north-east  corner* of. T.-^L  ������������������('-.   thenre   v,-e^. 80 , chains, thence  i'Y :.* uh.iiiis   tbe-iG-i eist  80 chains,  '��������� ��������� .-;h"ro iitj',', thence south .20 chains  .. _��������� cr L-ss .-.lo;**.; shore line to place of  ������������������.lining containing 'sP acfes pore.,or  ���������   GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Chi-rles Thulin  i.o---August, 141I1, 1912 '    'AA', v.ird I."���������.nd District.  I'j.stiict'of Comox.  it. NOTICE that George Verdi-  .'���������rio, li'.C, occiipition.  : 10 apply for  permission  to 'pur-  i.i-,.y.he to!l)A-ino' described *l������nds:���������  -���������.i.ir.icncii-i*- ata   post*'planted* at   the  ,-.>i'th'-.veu corner ol Eo'. i"7ttlience north  I WATER *NOTICB|#  FOR A IJCBSOE' TO TAKE AHD"  U3R WATER. '  NOTICE it hereby Riven that KhibI-  malb & Naunimo Railwny. ot '.Victoria,  IJ. 0  will a* ply-U r a lico:;oo to tako nnd  uuo 100.000 gallons' per 24 hours; of water  outof Thinncs-Crnel-,  ������hjc); flows hi" a  noitherly  dirtotiup  through  Ncwei-stl*'  District ������n'd e������ipii*-'������ ������"l'������ S* rails of Oeor*-  gn ucur S milos west  of  i'i|f Quulioum  IUvt. Tha water wiUbe diverted ut -SOO-*  ui-stieii'ii  from   lailwsv and will bc used  for general railway py post-8 on Uie 1 ������������������������������������<���������  dosmibed us liullway Right of W������y.   This  no'.ice v.u-i posted on the ground on "tlio  :*)rd day of April. 1913,     Va* u-'nlicuU -���������'  wi ! bc tiled in the olliuo cf tho Wuttr H������ -  cordor at, Vietorw, ������. 0.    Objections in������y  bo Ilicii with tli'.'S.v.d \Vnt<r Recorder <r  with the UnrnptrolliT of Water IVighUt,  IVl'iam-nt UiiiUli"!*'*, Viemrii B. 0.  KSQU1M&LT & NANAIMO BAII.WAY  Applicant  * II, B   UKASLEY  A(*������*nt  .nliO ** "   tmyl  i.i:  J ..1 i  WATER NOTICE  . FOU-A LICENCE TO TAKK AND  ' USE WATER/  NOTICE is* hereby {ji^on that Ksqui*  ma t &' Nanaimo Rail\y.<yi  of YicUra,  B. C widappl*,*f.ir ti licence to tnko ami  use 100,000 gallons, per 124 hours, of water  out, of Sandy Creek, which flows jn a northerly (Hreetion  through, Nowo'astl*) Diw-  triot  und* empties into Peop  Buy,  noar  Kosewe'l Creek-   The watur will bs diyer--  Ud at 2150" upstream from Kailwuy  and  will be used for Geucral Railway -m-po-cH  on the laud desciibed as Railway Right of  Way.' This notice *-.yas pested on    tho  ground on the 3rd d.7 of April, 1013.  The application will "be filed iu the  offieo  of tho Water Recorder at Victorii, B. CJ.  Ohjeotiooa pa ay be Tiled with the said  Water llecoriler cr with  tho Comptroll-r-r  of Wid.tr Kights, rarliair.Btit Bipldints.  Victorii, B. 0.  E3QUIMALT & NANAIMO RAII-WAY  Applicant  _    " JJ. E. BJ'ASLBY  Agent  aplll)     * , '".. *"?'  5  5-.*. ch iins to the shoro hoe, thence follow  '.1.3 the sh -re line around the point to the  place ot beginning.  CJEOIi.CE VERDIER  "*���������'��������������� .       Applicant  fti.T.e Aujjnst T41T1, 191.'.  JHE TLA   Sayward Land District.  Distiict of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE   thai Fred Timlin,  ���������.A l.-tnd, IJ.C.fOcciip.itiim .merchant, m-  ivii.U to apply  f>>r   perinission   to   01.1 r-  ;.l* i.-.d   il1.;*  follo.vin*.,*;  desenbetj   land;���������*  C iiTirjncin;.' at  a  p.i"it  pbnte:l at  the  cnuih-e ist ci.niif oi Timber   Lease  No,  : iJj4. thence  west   8.)   chains,   thence  jio.uli Sj ch iins, ihenco e.i'sl 80 chains to  shore  line, thence   followinj-   shore  north 8) chain.,  nvire or less lo the  pia'cc'of.be^inHini; containinj". 640 acres  more or less.  ,    GEORGE VEkDIER  A^eni foi' Fred Thulin  p.ue A u jilt-it i-l'.h, if)f*������  iho  lin.  FOR A LICENCE TO TAKB AND  , USE WATER.  NOTICE is hereby given that E*qui-  malt &' Nauaimo Rflil'way ������?i Victoria,.  B. C. will apply for a licena* to tn'io. nud  use 100,000 jjnlloDB per 2-i hows, or water  out oi Hindoo Creek, which, flows in a  northerly direction through Nikon district and empties into Boyuo Sound ww  Tbiiblo River. Tbo wati-r will be divoA< d .,_  at 1100-upatronia from Railway and w,il ba, ^  used for Gonornl Rftilwr.y purpose* on il������������  l-.nd described bp railway right of wi*yTbis _^  notice wa** posted on tho ground nu thoip  .'ted day of April, 1913. The tip->li*-*:ti. n ; |  will bo tiled in tho effics ol tl*.������ Wwor|^  Rocordor, Victorf**, B.O. Ol.jeoilocs n.uy jg|  bolilL-il with tho aaiaWdti'rUeeor.lfM- r-vlg  wi'.hthJ Comptroller of Writer UiRhl-i, ||  Parliiiii.eul RniUliriB*-, Viotom, B. C. |p  RSQUIMALT <<* NANAIMO RAILWAY *$  Applicant  ib  It. E,    EASLRY    \n  Agent   l  TTMUKR BALK No. X81.  QKaLK!) TKNPKH3 "ill bo ro-  O reived by lho Minl.'i'pr ui l/ni'lt-  uoi Liter ilwt'i mon on lho t2J.th  uny A A'iiiii. H'lli f-.ir llip-.qrclin e  id Lii'i'tii.'ii N:> Xol. to (Hit  'J.lO.jjOOO feet i-f I i������'l)fr on tho  North Wei-l Quartur of it-'iciion ?A,  .DouriiiWi I-bitnl. Nnnaiinn UiHlrirf.  T\v ) yen.*- will he nlluwoil for the  rcmoi'ii! nf Inis liniho',  Piulieuliir.* n[ Chit-f Forever,  Victoria, U. C i)i2(������'.on'.W  WATER  NOTICBI  FOR A LICENCE TO TAKE AI\1)  VSX WATER  I  5s  li*  i  'B  NOTIOK w hereby f,'ivon llmt fv-tp-I- |h4  malt 'ft Nmiaiaio Raihrny, of Vioturiii, 'jj|  15. U. vill apply for n liceocf to tnko ami. A  iib'i Uii-.tWD p.ill'iii lior 2-i \wtU", nl*'��������� .''���������*";tfj  out of lloy l3re������lt, which How a in n nmAh -1 ^  orij tiiitonon thione'i Omiip; l>i--ir w* .������*'���������  nml i:iiijiH04 into Onni������x lUtbiiiir. ������'jti. ' '  Tied Rlvor. Tlie wntcr <-ill b>. dr. <..* cd  at 2250" upalreim fr-mi Raitwn:' -mi 'f'd'.  he usiid f;.r flomiral Kni-wnj plop >������������������ ��������� <v--  the lnnd  Uctonhod nu Lttilv-iy R.,  4  >y  NOTICE  MYIUP. IS IIRIIRI1Y  OIVEN  that  inirtirii!'* ol tlm IViiviimi.il   A^rlcwUural  -.   , ���������     ��������� MM  .   I (I 1 ��������� <   it- r.   '..ll'-miine  ^. A..,.. .1   Y <" '  :;������iin--i*    Apr 1 ll'li. I������ a.m. and 2,30  y.it. I'ily il l!|  fn It- v i'<- April  Itith, 10 ti, 111, Ajrn-  Ciliunl Hall.  Alii   II'I"   IT'1'    ������.'j>..l|   '���������'���������  -���������  "I   *���������*>-������������������   ���������  (i.oj..; Api.l io.li, 10 4.111.. I'outt lh.ni-'.  Cm t-i'..-.y-A|i-.U 17-1. it <I lH*l-._ 1������'-  pi. ftnil '.'.'i'- ]> i'i. of h-.fc'i 'I y"i Anici '��������� u  pi rial I.  flU.'iCiri- \-.nl  Ul'l WVi d. ml.. ������������������:.:  ���������itirj ':.-t\) p.in    "    '���������'-'"   '"'��������� ^ ' ���������  T'fiB C.iiiitn-- i(-n '������������������  I lii-.;-������,.:i--'."-   "  ���������>)   tOittil".   "fl"' '":   :���������!!<���������������������������������������** '  Jj.Mllintll?I'r������vil;-:.       A'.prr.u      ������������������*."  ������tuj������ff������!������viiui.t������'''    ������'������    '"l-  VV. H. IIAV','\UI'- M.I..A.  rl.t,?r.������\������t.  n,U. rniti^*"*"^"*  Secrrtn y.  \\'������y.   TliiB   nutioo 'wuh pi-ted  r mind on the 8rd day A April    l'.M.t  Tiiu nppUcntlon will l*o lllril ii- tl-.'- "H'.  of tho Wat-sr R* eoi dor at Vijtoii.., I'.. 0. !i>.  Oiijeotinim  mnybb  IH*-d   wlh tl-  U'uli-r UtcnHi-r or. wiih Ilii 0 ��������� ������������������������������������  of Wnli.r Ri������htH, V.ii-Jinir.eiit  i' *i'  Vict'ifin, H, C,  KSylMMAl.Tft NANA'M.. -** '������������������  ������������������nj.iii'i*  JT. K. I.i". vF** '���������'������������������  TO DAlUvMl'.v  . 1 * 1'        -' *  I*or I-*..*k' ui ;i sre.. *i  ! .t\\,,t,. ,ti> rrcr-m S������ pr    >c  : hc-ii  . qinntrtr cji  tl^t* ;���������.-��������� ���������������:���������  !:���������:.::���������:. I X 3.    capaci-/ 3. w '���������<������  '  Mud   fi50 to 700   lb*-    j.cr  .1,-  !'V  11  ��������� t *  .1  Ml  iiP !���������; :������C������nR  "ifoSOl-ltdv  ,i,\ :r|..iralc*s in v -\ c  A-,  . -f  ������c  .'111  . .li- 01   tlHt"1   ���������-.������������������ci   ���������'���������  , ',,,1.  I..i* '.."Ii-jL '������������������������*-  I i���������.".'! "r(i(������   '*'.*'  i-   ''  |tw���������. rl.:sc r."������  1  T������.  ii it  ur    v.,t  ��������� 1   '  - .r* "  ��������� .1* .  nl  jtrUi.v -1:������ V������'������*    .,CI*������I  i .store.     A; plv   !'., Tm.! i .  . ���������  .CenMal I'.t-.iti't:*-  ^ i'.'iMi.i, ...  .1"  GIVE US  ORDER  ].E'LTERIJE\DS ���������  JJ1LLIIEA.US "  KJs'VBIo'PES  PAMPHLKTS  ,  CATALOGUES'  MENUS  P.1.0TTKUS  DODGEUS  POSTERS  SI LIPPING j TAGS  vistTINC^CARDS  BUSINESS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONERY  JlAIJy PliOGIlAMMES  ETC., ETC.,  ETC.  i  I  .. yy-aaBS3gZgS38gB8^^  0 iWWfifM  HiasBWTMi Attn  1^1  r^3  * V*.  ���������yyr-A^j^^i.fr^smJi1  Curnbeplana$ NOTICE.  Vancouver Land District. ;  District of Vancouver.  TAKE NOTICE lhat I, George  Verdier of Campbell River,' occupation, <3rui������er, intends to apply  ior permission to, purchas-e the Allowing described lands:���������Comrnen  fling at a poet planted at the,-N.B;  corner of Timber Limit 43146,  thence west 80 chains, thencuNorth  fiO chains;" tlwnce east 80 chain.?,  to the shore line, thence south 20  -chains more or less along the shore  line to the place of beginning.  GEOBGE VERDIER,  - Namo of Applicant  Pale, February 26th, 1913  THE���������-���������SEWS,  CyMBEKLAKb,   B_tiTI6H  COtUHBU.  /  NOTICE;  Sayward Land Distriot.  District of  Saywnrd.  TAKE   NOTICE   that    Justin  Dorr of upper Vuldwr, It-land- occupation farmer', intend)- to apply for  permission to purchase the following described lands ���������  Commencing,  .at a port planted 10 chains ������ast of  Hyacinth .Lake   nnd    10  chains  south of ,N. W. corner of J. D. pre  ���������eruption, thence 10 chains west to  ' lake, thence in a south-easterly dir  Section, 10 chaitisalong the  Bhore  of the Jake to the intersection of J  " jD. line, thence, north 10 chains to  .point of commencement, containing in all five acres more or less. .  JUSTIN DORR,  Name of Applicant in full  Date, March 8th, 1913.- -  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In tiik mattkr . of an , application for a fresh. Certificate of Title  lo Lot 54, [M-*p 311] Townsite of  ,-Courtenay.  . FOTICU is hereby *>iven. of my  ���������intention at the expiration of one  calendar month, ftorn the first publication hereof to issue a fresh Certificate of Title in lieu of the Certi-  ���������    ficaie of   Title "it.sued   to, Jo.-eph  I=McF4iee^o;uthe--30ih=oLMarch=1.9-05',-  and numbered   109U0C which  has  .   been lost.  Dated  at Land Registry Office  Victoria, B   C, this 21st day of  . December 1912.  ,'; S   Y. WOOTTON.  Registrar General of Titlee.  Union Steamship Co. of   B. C. Ltd  TUE 6. S, COWIG UAN .WILL SAIL AS UNDER  NANAIMO DEN MAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p. m.  , Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p, in. .  .; Arrive Union' Bay, Tuesday 6 a. m.,     Leave Tuesday-noon.  :; Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. m,     Leave Tuesday, 11 a. m.  ; Leave Nanaimo 0 p., in. Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver 11,30 p.m..  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive  Nanaimo,    11.30 p.m  Arrive Union Ray, Sunday'6a.in. Depart 5 p.m.  .  Arrive Comox, Sunday. 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m. - ,  Subject to change without notice.  -ft  DRINK  9  Tlie purest and best IiEISR, and  made in Cumberland.   .  ������3a������S3@������3>3)a������3ti������������S������������3������39C ������������S������S(������i������������i������^S������Bav5>a^isXiai^^  Ifi- THH  nion  ���������  J.   W.    McLEOD'      ^EiOFSiJETor.  English 4 x BUHTON always on tap      aleo, the turnout! MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Aahenser, Bobamlan, Sohltz, *c.       "OLD GREY BKARD" .  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best "Wines end Liquors of ali kinds.  Tho itcardiug and Lodgiug Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mr*  ^      DavU, will ha tour.d First olasa in every respeut.j  ATE8,  91 00 per day upwards  Brewers? Dried Grains  Better, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling'/4 Grain Company^ Lt  .."'Distributors  =NTN7VrMpr'B7"Cr  fl*i*3H8WB-H*il**B*llllllllift '  The Courtenay Hotel  ���������Every convonien<*e tor guests.  {The Gontial Hotel for Sportsmen  Nonf but the Nest of Wines and Liquors  at th������ Har.  HATES REASONABLE  l.x.������."-i-i -i--  ���������JohnJohnston,   Prop  o  I  CONTRACTOR  Plastering, Brickwork,  Cement Work, etc. etc.  IF YOU NEED 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.  O*" mfmrrmiMimimaimmm *-m-___jb_____u__W|   -fl,ll*~.l IiMH'l���������mtJ!��������� Ill*]/ '  PnMmwnwII lriHmrr%mnm''m-''M- aaaaaaxrmiyxtmMA  offer   you   a safe  and   sound    investment   with a  good return on your money as well as an enhanced value, from now on.  s lr" , ������  .   ., ,A Company with   NoPromotiox Shares.  ACompany with its"   "own'fiscal agency/  . A Company that will look solcOy to the wellfare  of its shareholders. Shares are now selling at $i  for all   cash,   or   oa   the   easy   instalment   plan.  Gail-op send for a Prospectus to-day  The   Mercantile  General   Agency,    Ltd.  Selling Agents-for.-Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co.,. Ltd,  ".  - Uead  offices: - '',-������������������  207Y 208, 209'.'Union Bank Building.'. Corner V  Plione 3243  lew and Gov't.,. Streets,  Victoria. B.C.  Geo. -Abbott,  Managing Director,  -������n-ii*j,-) 'ivr ���������anwmvtxn  "We Build Homes and: Make Loan  ���������������>������������������������<^<s^^ xy^is������^imt^i^<s^^Ci&^^^ 5������������S  s.  11  Sayward Lnnd District.  DUtriot ot Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE thu'tJGoori-o Stucke, of  New York, N. Y., oceupition   engineer,  in'.onJs to npply fcr | or nib-ion to pur-  ulnso   tlio   following   nV.oi ihf.d lunds:������������������  Commencing at a pod planted 20 cbainw  south of tho nortli-oiibt corner of lot boi,  thenoo oust 20 chains, thenco nm th- 40  (ihuiii*-, tkonce   went  20  ch.iine,   thonco  soiUli 4,0 chains to point of comrneiico-  lut-nt containing f-0 acres mere or bw.  OKOKGU 8TUCKE  Finhtr M.^GiiGkiua, A*,G!it.  Duto Juno 19th,  Rayward Lmd Dint,iot.  District of ,S lyward,  TAKBNOVluK iliut (Juorgo Charles  Ston. of New Y'uik, N, Y��������� occupation  clt-ili. intend** to app'y tor purmiKHiou to  PuimIiheu* tlio fol.o-.vli-'- (losoribcd Inailt*:���������  Coiiimonciiig ut 1 post plntit-id 40 oli.-un*-  w������it nad 20 ohuins iii.rth of iho uoitli 011M  ourlKi-ol lot OM, IIkhco unit 40   i.lidin*,  llK'I.OOflCUth    20 C'llUi'lN     tllUDCO   HCbt   40  ulini -a, t    hh iih 20 olniinn to joint o-  onuimonomncnt ci.iitiiiniiK 30ui'ion more  or lo-m. i,    '     ���������  .   OKOUOIS ClIAHMiS Sl'ONK  I'ifilu-r M. iKhIiIuh, A������r-..t.  Uatu Juno lUib, 101'.!.  8uywai*(lJiLii''d District.   *  Di-.trict of Siyvinrd.  ���������  TAKK'r.NOTIOliEth'-t. Hmry   AHrdd  Ilo B, - of Now York, New York, o������ cupi-ti-  on elootiicinn, iute. ('b to apply f'.r ptrinis  nion to pui-minhioa to inu'cbiuo the following dodcri'iefl land-:���������tloiiiuionoioi* at a  pent pluiitc-l n*- t'oo.'.>)Ulh oi-nt corner of  thonoilh V.0S1; qnttrtor ofh-t 58;',  thonco  41'clininocast, thenco  40 chuina t'oith,  thcuco-lb o'iiiiiiHj;ivo-,t,  llieiioj 40  ohaiiiH  ������iuth(,to pi int i f oi.m-i-ioncoment oontulu-  ing lCOai-reu moro or 1 hs.    ,  llKNUV   AU'RI'I)   Hli'JH  yiplior ib Giekin', Ajjcnt.  Dated Juufl 2-ith, 1912.  ���������*ywiir*l Land Pistrjot.  Distiict A Sfywurd.-  TAKE NOTICE tlut.Tol.ii Ar hnr Wy',  of New Yoik, New Yorl', ���������.ocnputn'-u tloil:  inte'-di to  apply   ft-r pormimion to  vur  ohiifo tho   foil iwiog, dmcribeJ  Jmido:���������  Cou;uionoii)g at   a   po t  phnt-d   ������*.  the  south-na������   ooruor of Le*i*e 4C,   tht'uce  floutb 80  elinins,   tht-noo  wet.t 80 cliKinti,  thonco uoi th   SOchaiun,   tlnnco  e^t lit*  chniiiB to poh t of oomiuer.cvuunt oontnin  ing 010 acre.i moro m- Ima.  .JOHN A11TI1UR DALY  FiBhor H, Gaukini, Agent.  D*to Juno 24th. 1912.  To whom it inay concern!-���������  Thia is to notify the public  that all freight charges on bowled goods cleared at Union Hay  for tlie Uomox Valley must be  paid before goods can bc forward  cd. Ity o*'der  Canadian Collieries Dunsniuir]  Co.  Woo&'o PliooplLOiiJXO,,  Th* Great Ktujlm J^mfly.  Tonflo and inviRflrotMtlm wholo  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  I*.  Brains and the printing presses  Make tiie millions think,  Hiiy-Aiud Laud DNtrlot,  Uinti-Iot r.f Sv/wnnl.  TAKKNOTICH ll'ut I'liailoN Ttuuy of  Vtiiiojuvor, II. O.j odoiipiitlun iiontriio'.t'r,  int'iiil* to npi-ly f(r ���������'oiiiilkHioti to pur-  o'.juHJ tlio>llo������ Inn $ deiioilbad lnnd hi���������  CoM'iucnoing at o post plitntcl nt th*  South oafit comer of lot i>"&, tlui-o* wati  iOolmiliH, tlioiicu boiuIi (id cIiaiiih; iliui-oe  I'liHtiOotiotim, tiii'iMM lior-h 80 ohiiiiiH to  -u-iiit  of cimimtnuoiiiBiit iMiitiiiii*i(* 1120  ttcr-smoro or h&u.  I'n'vi.i'f.. I'rii������v  P.i*li--r M. ������'i takuiNi Aiout.  lhtodJunolO.il, IUI'2,  fwutinnt,  imt teynUnn,  innk������i .,  iJIcotlln efil Voinn,/'������-v*A,������������ir--.  UU, J������r*n^J and Jlrain Woven, Iks-  ', Brawl Weattutti. /iVuAufcnv. ������/"*r-  iK,l PfrrtM tit A  Ono WlH'JiiWWW.I';*'  nijiroTJ-i *y&&'*]'J'������ff������l Jl*,w  ...a  __ "iA��������� .-.-���������- ���������  ^^trltim.and^trttofAiruttor l.miw-  oun DMIUy, Alenyri and JlntfntVerr^Jks-  fUHU  vial  Priio-11  tk-irt, Mxfor  llcnro.  Hold by MV orui  ft  B$M������^&*  l/m  ,AlA  A'ew {Min  to a  W  -maitrtl.,.  iff/WflV  ;-t!������������W>  IMcd'elni*  . There is no better wayof making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The ItfEWS.  "NuffSaid."  O. H TARBELL     J  Sayward \i\nd Dibtriot,  Ui-jtrct ol Sn-jwaul.  TAKK NOTIOK that William .lohn  Sullivni, "Nuw Voik, N, Y., oooiiptitJon  clerk, inteiulH to npply for poruii-Hion t*  purchato tho followin|* Ilio following den-  oribid laiidB:���������l.omuioiioii'f" at ii pout  plantod 10 oliiiiiiH tioi,tli fioni tho aouth-  oatt cornor of bA 571) "(on pont f>71) thonco  north 8iJ clndiiH, iliuico inut 80 utnlr.**,  llioice ii'inth 80 tlKvim, thenco wei.t 80  oliiiiiiu, lo point ������f ooiinu'-'icuiii'.ul con-.  t:iil iiig 040 noioh iimi-o or llHS.  WII.I.IAM JOIINSUJ.LIVAN  t'i'liflr Mi Uiiskini", Agunt.  ])iiloJi*iioi!M, 1012,  Sayward Lmd Umliict.  D.HlMat of rtiywii'd,  TAKB NOI'ICK tlmt Willioui Auj-nunt  llieohi'll, -f No* York, N. Y,, ocon|-ii-  tion ilurk, in ton in t-i i'Pi.ly for ponniaaion  to i-uicliii-iO lho followln-f tliinorilo*!  liiii.l:-Coinii)ciiciii������ ut ll pout plu-jted  !W cIihiih ii'^Ht und 41) oliuinH north of thn  norlli-viuiit enrin-r of lot Uti'A, thi-nco wtut  DO uhiiinn more or lcm, io lot CGI, thonco  ���������K) oh ii inn tiMth iilo'i*- cast bouuititry vf  lot O.M| thenco r-atit oO uhuiut-i I'lioio or Urn-.  \��������� l������..in,. 111 MinniMi nn'rtli -10 f'hliilll* to  \oiulof ii immonncumnt contaiuini* U00  r.crnu moro or loan.  WILLIAM AUUAU8T BlSCHOn-'  Finlinr .M.(i������Hkiin, AKont,  |),.tn Juno 20th, AH'l.  Sny ward' LmkI DUtriot.  I'istrict ol SUywnrd.  TAKK NOTICE  iL������t  Walter   Bodull  II. Bt,    of    Now    York.    Mow    York,  occupation    Inburtr,   iiiton-li  to    noply  for poniiifsion 'o purohnan tbo   follonlii'*  >t>*������orlbnl lii-jdi.!--Coinrnoiioi.K   tl n.,*ui.t  pluntod 120 ohiini  weit and 10 oluiai  north of tho south oast  cornur of  L������***������  ���������If), thti'loo fionih bOoh.iiKJ, tl'Ccoo oiot 10  chiiiii'i.   theii.'i: imitli   80cl*ili-.*i,   thenoo  wuh I if) ohaluu to point of oouiii'.'iiionuieiit  omtiluinj* 32U iicro-- ninro or 1c������p.  WALTKR BKDRLL BKST '  Fuhor M. tl**kli)*, Agent.  Dutu JuiU 124th, 1912.  **W*i-*ti-iii-i',i-'i������*  *+*mmm*mwn*rm  ttmt    I  HIGH GRADE STOVESf  And all KITCHEN  ..UTliNSILS  Sportsniens Goods I  and  General Hardware  ^V^M-^-iVV^WV^1^  >+f*+S*,  8a*,wnnl Luid JJid;riot,  Pii-tfi.it of ."���������}������>vftrU.  TAKK NOTICK thnt ('iiarl-ii Ilonry  Bust, of Naw Yurk, N. Y��������� I'ooupitioii  a-ili'Miuii, i.t mil to up'.ly fur p. riiiiiKkni  (,. p..rili in" th" fo'l'iwiiiw diHi-rilii'il land-t  O ���������ii.iiii'.ci (,' "*" ������ |ift i.llilit-d lit tl>'*  ii.l'.il Ci.t v AW-.r "'��������� IA li'-*, Umtie: i-o-'l'  !}���������:������. li.i.M, tlii'.;r- w. ut 'i-i clmiini. thoiitv  -.'.lllltli -0 rhsi-fl', !l"-ll*;f i'.iiA    'mO fbu'li   t"  point   ot   niiii'tii u.O'iu -it  ������oiil*ii.iiv   4'/  i'tirr* nr.������ro ot ]ott  a ill.MlLK-i MkNKV I5K *i  Wl-������.IT M. ( J- IHK tllM.   Ajf'ltl.  l> tftjuinj'jojj. I'J'rl  NOTICK  W-M-**  Any poi'Bon or peraotn, cuttiuji;,  runioviiig or taking Any lilnckp,  timlwr ov wood, of any d-.-flcriptiodn  jolongiti^ to llu- WvlliiiKtoti Col-  iiiiry (.Vy., or from or off tho Wl  of tlio Biii.l ('oiiiimny, or nnyon-i  lipiiinjj; rubbi';li of any il<}r������������r!jitio������  finvivlic'ro uiioii llie company'*  liin.l will lm proAocntd'l to tho full  cxU'iitnof tbo hw,  W. )j. COUPON,  GtintJial Munnf-er,  Co iiiury Co,y,  notk;k.  Rit1in|j; on locomolivoH mul rati  way earn ol tlio Union ������������������f'ulliory  Cotnjany by any |.-"Hm or iht-  MnH--t",xi'',pl t.'iin pi'-tv---!,! sn-inlv  jiroliiVit^d.    KiJi]'i.ryi.-i'S   -ri*  -..ib  ii'C tv .".t-.'tij^i":;]   f'������i-   ijiott'll**.*   i>.*.tr*-  Uy fM.I'tr  W.  !..   '"(iiJKSON,  ������jiiHi;*.! Aun^i'i,i THE "NT-WS. CTTJifBTCm.ANn. TV a  ZAM-BUK, DOES CURE PILES  Mrs, C. Hanson, wife r������ tho pro-  pi'lotoroi tho Commercial Hotel, t'op*  lar, 11.C.. sulTcral from piles ���������for  years. Went to doctor afief doclor  5n vain. * Finally went lo Spokane  and hud nn operation.' Twelve months  aftorw!>rds she was sis b:ul again. Sho  say-*, "One day I read about Zniu-Hiilt  and thought I wouT. try it. The  first, one or two boxes stive nio moro  oaso'Uian anything else 1 had tried,  -so T went on with the treatment. In  a short time 1 bos.r\ to feel altogether  different nnd better, and 1. saw that  Zam-Uul* was going lo curo'inc. Well.  I went on using It, nnd by the time  I had used six boxes 1 was delighted  to llnd myself entirely cured,"     ������  If you su.'J'ot- from this painful ailment, nr from eczema, ulcers or any  Bkla <li?e*ive, don't waste time. , Try  Ziuii'lluk. nO:. all druggists nud  stores.  NEW  TYPE   OF. SUBMARINE  MALE HELP WANTED  AGENTS WANTED,  Wanted���������Agcnta for Hall and Wind-  storm Insurance.     Apply Tho Canadt  Weather Insurance Company, (Doml*  Ion License), Winnipeg, Man.  ��������� ^__ :   cr.  FEMALE HELP WANTED  LADIES WANTED���������To do work at  home; decorating cushion tops; can  make from ������3 to $5 per day; pleasant  ���������wor.., Armour Art Co.," JDcpt N, 43  Steele 131k., Winnipeg:  from the'X Ranch Corral av/all eyed  ' Pinto  Broncho with a Roman nose  and lightning heels.   We have issued  a humorous descriptive circular of  this   remarkable  bronco w,ith Illustrations of his antics.'   Sent free ..on  application to, any reader of this paper.  i This is the.most,famous circular ever-  printed* in   tho   English language.  'More than half a million copies have  already been distributed to advertise  our famous Pinto Shell gloves made  from tough Bronco hldes'J  For a free  copy send postal'to  HUDSON" BAY, KNITTING CO.,  - Canada's Expert Glove and Mill Makers.  MONTREAL.  STOCK FOOPS  Something Better ^2^f:  M_MUl  is (tol an*  M-fc**! t-r imm  ���������m  Ktr-I   ci   Vk.    I  i   -voiluLrt im  The CuuAa Food & Dm* Products Ca s  Moote Jaw, Sale  Stewart bKIU Clipping Machine  - ���������  ���������        u     '   Tiinm raHlcr,ullpnfantorami iilnror nnd atnynnlmrp  lancer tlmn nny other, flost-i nra nil fllo linrrt nnd  cnl'mm KoiMHteel har, enclonecl, protect. PRICE  ml ami run In oil. Una nix foot of now ft 4*4*71:  ntylo flcxlblo Hlinrtmnil eoIebratodBtow- "HI/..?  art nlntf'0 tonHlon clipping head. Get V"-""  ont from yourdaaUr, oierj niaolilnu guaranteed.  CHICAGO FLEXIBLE 8HAFT CO.  lUrt Ln  Rnll- Avn CHICAGO, ILL;  ���������Wrlto for fren new catamir of most modorn lino of  horaocllpiilnc unilnhciupulicarina mai:lilni>a,    ������   Dangerous  John, eakl a father to his boh ono  day, -when ho caught him elinvlng  down oft lils upper-lip, don't throw  your Bhavlng-wator out whoro thoro  nro nny hnrc-footod boys about, or  thoy might got tholr foot pricked,  Nearly every bible today bar, a con-  cordnnco nt tho hack. Tlio firat concordance was proparod by French  monies la the year 12-17.  /  .LUNATIC A8 MAGISTRATH  81 to on Bench and Proceeds to Dispose of Ordinary Business  Paris,���������At tho usual hour ot the  mnglHterlal Hitting nt Ncuilly, Parl-a,  -a man entered tho court correctly  droned, took bin anat at tlio inaRln-  trnln'H doHlfi ho������nn writing on papora  and whon applicant*] camo beforo hlni  lltitonod to thorn gravely.  Some of hlo quo'-itlons fioompil a littlo liicohoront, and ono ot tho npi*.ll-  cantB culled tho carotukcr. It wan  tliun found that tho BiippoBCd ma_ia-  trato wan a wimdorln*-** lunatic,  England  Has Designs of Vessels Capable   of   Crossing   tho  Atlantic  London, England.���������Naval -loveloj>  nieiiib pi' 'u remarkuble nature iuq,  taking placo niuleirthc' cloak ot great  secrecy, ln lhe course ot tho next  twelve months somo astonishing details will become known regarding the  changes lu warship types, but there  will be none moro noteworthy than the  development of the submarino.  , An entirely new type of underwater  craft, of considerable offensive power  and enpablc of crossing the Atlantic at  a high rato of Ocoft, ia being built  for the Urltlsh navy, ,  These craft wlll carry Runs, but In  addition tlioy will havo a broadsldo  of torpedo tubes. Hitherto underwater craft havo only mounted a  couple, or at tho most threo lubes.  The submarines ot tiie K class wero  provided with four, but tho newest  vessels, it. is understood, arc designed  to carry four twin 21-inch tubes. That  Is to 'say,'! they will bo ablo to flro  eight torpedoes.  The displacement of the new ships  Is at present a matter ot secrecy; In  somo circles it Is put at 1500 tons,  ln others much higher, but thero Ib  general agreement, that the speed will  not bo less than twcnly-fivo knots on  the surface, wliich is the speed ot the  torpedo-boat destroyer of eight years  ago. An armored belt and antiaircraft guns will be other features ot  ���������the now type and they will, of. courso  be driven by internal combustion engines.  From this brief outline of the qualities of the new type It ia at once  apparent that tho functions ��������� of the  torpedo-boat destroyer aro * being  usurped by the* submarine.-  It is not probable that* the destroyer, will '4. once drop out of our shipbuilding program. .The hew vessels  aro at present experimental,* and must  remain so for a couple of years or  more.  In' the meantime- there are' plans  before the. admiralty for a new kind  of destroyer, plans' for which may  lead to an unprecedented move in regard to, the contracting for the building of warships, and may give us a  flotilla of above-water craft of a speed  of forty knots and carrying several  heavy^ , quick-firing guns specially  mounted Uor use against air-craft.  Side by side with these new types  of submarines there will be built a  number of small under-water vessels  for purely coastal defense purposes.  The first of- these, at present called  the X, is being built by Scott's- Shipbuilding and Engineering Company at  Greenock., This is a craft of .only  some 300 ' tons, with. a surface speed  of thirteen knots, similar to that of  our earliest submarines,.  More ships of each of these types  "wall-be-allowed^for-ln-tlie-fortlicoming-  navy estimate,. "   .' ���������  A further batch of the new kind of  cruisers, which Mr. Churchill' last  year "described as light-armored, will  also be allowed for. Eight of them  are to be laid.down during the year,  differing only in'minor details from  the ships now building.  Particulars of the design of tbe  new battleships���������or, as they will in  future come to be called, capital s-hlp3  ���������are naturally not available for publication. There is every indication  that they will be in most respects  similar to tho Queen Elizabeths of  tho current program, carrying eight  of the "15-inch guns that throw a 1950  pound shell. They will havo only  oil fuel for steam-rafting purposes and  among their batlerlos .will be a number ot 3-inch guns on vertlcle mountings for uso against aircraft.  THEATREGOERS WIN STRIKE  Takes Just Nino Seconds for Managwr  to Surrender  Sydney.���������Theatregoers , of'  Meant;  Gambler, In South Australia, went da  strike recently.  Tho management ot* a travelling  company demanded 2s. for admission.  The visitors did not propose to pay  moro than Is. and after a hasty consultation outside the entrance formed  a theatregoer's" union. Pickets wero  stationed and within a "few minutes  278 people���������practically all who were  thero���������luul agreed not to pay tho*2s.  The manager appeared at tha door-  way and refused to make tho requirod  reduction.  I'll givo you till I count-twenty said  the nowly  elected president ot thi*,  newest union, nnd after., that    our  ..price will be Gd. Instead of Is.    He  [counted slowly to nino and thon tho  manager capitulated.  Tho strike was declared at an, end  and tho quondam strikers troopod Into  tho hall, and Ibe union was dissolved  after an cxLstonce of about twenty  mlnutea.  ' Needles In China  The importation ot noodles at Chungking last year Increased by 31,903,000  to 334,700,000. ��������� In many parts of tbo  Province these are put to a uso that la  not, perhaps, generally known.' It is  customary to ornament the center ot  tho roof ridge of a Chinese house wilii  an elaborate plaster decoration���������usually In the form of a design embodying  the character fu, meaning happiness.  To prevent this being damaged by the  depredations' of crows, large numbers  of needles are stuck point outwards into tho plaster while it is still soft.  Man only from himself can suffer  wrong; .  His Heason fails as his Desires grow  strong; ��������� ;,  Hence, wanting'.Ballast, and too full  to Sail,  He lies exposed to every rising Gale.  Ease That Sore Joint  NerviKino Will Do tt  The Champion.. Clog and Pedestal  Dancer of Canada Tells How to  Keep in Trim  J Fe*c men in his profession are better known than Mr. Thomas Hogan,  of 27 Fortification Lane*, Montreal, -wKo  writos:���������"To timber up a stiff joint,  to remove every senae' ot sorenear*  from Ural .piuseloa I can tell you nothing compares with Nerrtlino. It  is really a wonderful liniment, and I  usci it continually simply l*ocaus������  find it keeps tho musclea and joints  supple -nnd entirely froo from pain and  stiffness. I earnestly rocommeawl  Nerviline to every person .that requires  to use n strong, penolrating, pain-subduing liniment."  For Rheumatism Nervlldne Is o, "war**-  der; for Sciatica It cures whero othen  fall; for Lumbago, stiffnrea iind cold,  nothing surpasses It. Keep Nerviline  handy���������it's good to ttiko inwardly, destroys internal pains quickly, and la  Just as good for outward application.  Largo family size bottlo, 50c; small  size, 25c; , at all E-fjrekeopera and  druggists or Tha Catarhozono .Co.,  Buffalo, N.Y.  Lawyers would probably' starve to  death if the food killer wasn't so far  behind with his work.  MARCH WEATHER  RHEUMATOEATHER  Victims Can Cure Themselves With  Dr. Williams'Pink Pills.  A New Calendar ,  The calendar and the hours ot tbo  day eeem to many of us almost liko  part of the natural and Immutable order ot things, and'however much troublo the present indefensible system  has caused, men havo felt that lt was  rash���������almost impious���������to -suggest a  change of it. Glvo us back our  eleven days, cried the mob whon the  Gregorian calendar was introduced Into Great Britain.. From tho days of  Julius Ca&a'r to our own, ho has beon  a hold reformer lndeod who would  suggest changes In the disorderly procession of the month*-. Now enters  Moses n. Cotsworth of Victoria, B.C.,  with a proposal for a rational calendar.  Ho would divide the year Into thirteen  months, -each of twonty-olght days,  which would leavn ono -extra day In  tho year, and this ho beautifully plans  as a freo day for every one���������-fro-o from  Interest chnrges on money, tho iiocoh-  slty lo work, the wage BCale, etc  Thon each month would commoner on  Sunday nnd l.ho first, eighth, flfloenLH  and twenty-spconil days of r-.ich month  would he Sundays. Prr-Hlrtont'Hnil-  ley of Ynlo Is 'iimtod ns Haying Mint  the month of four week** will como  as a commercial necessity, The adjustment to thn f-'inngn would bo very  BHinll compared to that neceiisltnted  when Htundiml timo wu** introduced on  traiuiroiitlriontnl railways. Mr. (Mr-  worth hns litoratnro to distribute, poking fun at the ptr-fiont systom. If  lin wlim, Hchool children! need no longer learn: Thirty days hath September,  yF!YW'  The Growth of English  Thoro  are  now  -100,000  worth*  In  tho  KiiKl'luh dictionary, oxclimlvo of  foreign laiinuiigeH.     Back three con-  turloa Shaketipoare carried about in  ill.-.   Ill',III   ii i C   lill'l ,"  ,lj  <i..ln>     iluiu,,   ...i  D\o dletlonnry lh"n oonlnlned. Todnv  it hns n huiulred words* for overy nno  wliloh n good writer will use. The  greateM. gain.s in lhe number of worda  recorded within tIn* hr.it fifty yours  hnve, of courrc, como from a minute  .> With the coming ot March people  who are afflicted with rheumatism begin to havo uuplcas-ant reminders .of  their trouble. The weather. ,' is  changeable���������balmy and springlike oue  -dayy-raA\vcold_and_piG������gingjtoe_uext.  It is such sudden_.ciian'ges of weather  that sets the pangs and tortures of  rheumatism, lumbago and sciatica going. But it must be borne in mind,  that although weather conditions start  the pains, the trouble is deeply rooted  in the blood, and can only bo cured  through the blood. AU tho lotions  "and liniments in the world can't cure  rheumatism. Rubbing' may ~socm* to  ease the pain while you aro rubbing,  but there its value ends. Only  through Lhe blood can you cure rheumatism. That's why Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills have so many thousands of  cures of this troublo to 'i'<*lr credit.  The new rich blood which they actually make drives out the poisonous acid  and rheumatism is vanquished. Among  many sufferers from rheumatism who  have been cured by this modlclno !s  Miss Mary B. Kelly, South Duminer.  Out*. .Miss Kelly says: ''Some timo  ago I had a very bad attack of rheumatism." At times I would bo confined to bed for a couple of days and  would seem almost paralyzed with  the intense pain in my back and legs.  At such times I could not walk and  my joints were stiff and swollen. 1  consulted different doctors and took  their medlclno, but did not get more  than temporary relief. At this time  a neighbor advised mo to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and 1 got a supply,  After taking a few boxes I round they  were greatly helping me, and I continued their uso until the trouble completely disappeared. 1 can strongly  recommend this medicine to others  who suffer as I did from tho punas  and tortures ot rheumatism."  'If you suffer from rheumatism, or  any other disease of the blood, begin  to cure yoursoir toiliiy with Dr. Wit-  Hams' Pink PIIIr. Mold hy all medlclno dealers or by iiiuii at. SO cents u  box or bIx boxes for $2.r>0 from Tho  Dr. Williams' Modlclno Co., Brock-  vllle, Ont,  A New Kind of Cow  ' A littlo boy seeing an elephant tor  tho lirst.time, shouted:  O pop, look at the hi-* cow with her  horns lu her mouth eating hny with  hor tall.   Won Fame on Its Merits.-The unbounded popularity that Dr. Thom 11*1  Electric Oil enjoys Is not iittrlhiituble  to any elaborate ndverllKing, for it  bus not been bo advert bod, but Is mi-  tlrcly due lo tho merits of this OU  as n medicine. In every c ty, town  and hiiinlel In the counlry it Ik uoiiRlit  nfler solely because of llu tvocul finalities,  I would liko to talk,to you about  your typewriters, said the suave young  salesman wheii he ihad been admitted  to tho private ofl'ice of the magnate.  Well, what have you got to say?  How do you like the ones you have?  Ar-e tHiey giving perfect satisfaction?  T don't know anything about them.  I have no time to consider , such  things.   ., . .  But* thoy play an important part ln  your business. ' I should think you  would want to bo suro that you Ihad  the'best.  Talk'to tbe^ general manager.'. I  have no time" to discuss typewriters  with you. ' 1 never saw but one typewriter tbat interested me. .  What kind was that, if I may ask;  A slim brunette- . I married -her  and have paid no attention to any  other since.    * '     .  To whom lt may concern:,This is*to  certify that I have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT myself as well as . prescribed it in my practice where a liniment was r required and have never  failed to get the desired effect. -  C: A. KING, M.D.  TRAGIC LAMP EXPLOSION  Woman AMaza Sets ChlldTs .Clothes  "on Fire  Porfa.���������jL dramatic scene occurred  recently ontsldo _ house Is. the Faubourg St. Martin in Paris.  Mnm. Haumond wa3 Ailing a lamp,  whon It exploded and set fire'to her  clothes. Her husband was out, and  hoar two ohlldren, a baby boy ������ years  old and a girl S, woro in tha room  witiv her. y  The woman rashod to the window,  screamed for help, and as tho flames  troro her clottiing caught those ot the  baby ln hor arma, sho threw him down  to a woman in the street who tried  to catoh lilm In hor apron. Tho apron  strings broke, the. baby was badly  hnrt and Mmo. Haumond, who throw  herself out of the window after her  child, broke both her legs.  A fireman made bis way into the  house and roscuod tho older child, Uhe  girl, who had becom ounconscloua.  The baby's condition Is critical.  W^wi.   nn     .m    ��������� M  Sweet and palatable,;Mothcr Graves'  Worm, ISxterminntor is acceptable, to  children, and It does Ita work surely  and promptly. .  A Sad Day    ,  What do you consider the saddest  day of your lifo? . ,.  The day I consented to let my wife  do her own cooking.  *��������� The Truth  Knights of the grip will appreciate  this yarn, which is told of ono of their'  number. He had been summoned as  a witness ln a case at court, his employers' having sued a delinquent customer, and the lawyer for the defense  was cross examining him.  Yo-u' travel .for the Ho'oque & Croo-  ���������que cohipaJny, do you? asked the attorney.' .* ���������'*  ��������� Yes,   sir.   .  How long have you been doing'it?  About ten years.  Been, travelling all tliat time, have  you?  , Well, no, sir, replied the witness,  making a hasty menital calculation,  not actually traveling. I have put  th about four years of that time waiting at railway stations, junctions-and  watering tanks for trains.       ' .  Ouch  Margaret," dear, tell mo', what was  your principal reason ,for accepting  me  Well, Percy, .you see, some girls  have money and could marry brains,  while others have brains and could  marry money.     I had neither.  Women are naturally charitable.  They would much rather share a secret with others than keep U.   .  Man wants a little here below every  few minutes.    ���������  <m^  JD-  ������  m&Yj������& Mmftih  771AI dtfy4������  ymit  WmB  Ii'i the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, ind DKSTIIOME  DYE, on* oa buy���������Wliy you don't ���������veulnvo to  know wh������t KIND of Cloth yourGoodi ir- nud*  o(.-*So Mlitatci are Impo&-fllbl(t,  Scud for Free Color Cord, Story flooklet, and  Booklet lilvlnsrctuti* of Dyeing over oilier color*.  Th* JOHNSON.UICHA.HDSON CO., Umltid,  Montreil, C-nedi;  iNiiii  are actually weaW fun  down���������they are slowly  deteriorating-��������� they need  strength and nourishment  for body and brain.  Scotiys Emulsion corrects  nervousness-^t is essentially a  food���������a concentrated, nourishing, curative food to restore the  I healthy action .'of* body cells,  fortify the blood, sharpen/the'  appetite, make strength,  health,!, energy and vigor.  As pure as milk, it is readily  assimilated���������nourishes every  organ and every tissue. Physicians "Everywhere recommend Scott*$ Emulsion with  absolute confidence in its.  beneficial results. Don't wait  ���������start now, but insist on  SCOTT'S.  .   JVb alcohol or drags.  Scott & Bourne. Toronto, Ontario  12-45  GOLF AT OLYMPIC GAMES  English Crloket, However, Is Rejected  at Berlin', '  . Berlin.���������Golf will appear for th*  first time in the Olympic Games.program at Berlin in 1916. The schedule of events just drawn up by the  German managerial committee state*  that tho committee tins decided to Id-  elude golf, a-fter rejecting cricket.  ���������The committee hai also determined  as a special compliment to ,the groat.,  German gymnastic organizations, t������  give gymnastic exports^a special plac������  iu the program for an exhibition of  this German specialty. , -The toantta  will also moot in competition -'gym-*'  nasts from other countries. *  Pretty, but Useless  Mts. Hugh Frasor tells a story,;of  a holiday spent in an out of the way,  part of Italy.  She had occasion to reward a countryman for some service .with a .gold  coin.-- Apparently he had never seen  such a thing before, for he looked ��������� at  it dubiously for a moment, and then  said: Jt_is_ very -.pretty, but 1 think I  "would rather have hioneyrpleasc.   -  When "the, same'sum was counted  out to him in silver he, took if with'  loud protestations of gratitude and  .went away feeling, apparently, like ft  millionaire. ' "  . Tho actions ot the man behind the  big bass drum si'oak louder than hi*  words.  Better stick to your own small lln������\  my son. ' The other fellow's biuiines*  Isn't all profit.   ... '  Do not be  ASK FOR  1  ~\  and LOOK for tlie trade-mark.  You will thus be sure of gloves  famous for Style, Fitandii'inish.-  Gloves that are not stamped with cither the trade*mark or tha name  "Perrin's Make" are not the genuine.  J.JI-U  Sure Proof  you   Mire,   pi'i-iiMeit  tin'  ���������.tu'.'f1  Hut are  r,riiin.-li> um-.vj.iu-i, lii.'i! .hlo 't-rt  will cure my rheum-ill/.?  Oh. vi-h, ri-pllcd the dm.*- clerk: all  thi' doolorti ri'fiiHO to rmwiinu'iid il.  ������.*.<  ,,'!,.I, I  documents and fr-mi jipf-fiul bronchea  of human labor, particularly iho eel*  fiiff'si, In which t-.lirinj',lnj" comlllloiia  have in-ill-.' iK*ct\i:-*.'Li*y hoiU'i of now  iiniuc.1.  W*. ������ box or ilx J?"**" '������������������������ ���������?���������*������������������������  it ill -JuUtM- ������������������������ Tht Doddt M*dl-  tlnt 0-jmpony, Limits,    Toront*  C������mrf������.  W. N. U. If-13  Pilnctra Cor.firmcif  Lnri-lo."!,-���������Prlncoss M.'iry, lho only  ii.r..,;'.iii ; of Lb.a <.!.'���������'.**:;<? and Q'loon  Mary, w.i-.' ctiiiflriiU'd by the A rob hlr i-  op of '-.ifili'-lniry In thp Chapel Uoy.il  at l'iiii-i.'ni;l..������in I'.-lac*'* i--t-i-iilly. All  th.- iii.'iniii-r*- n[ tin-' roj'al family find  many iii'-niliei.' of lhe l'(>u,u*Iiold iuul  Kf-u.iiii of (in* ������������������ai.uv Win* [iri-fcnt.  I.-.i^- t.-.....:.. :...: * ml.'.. A -v.'..'-!' th-  pahici* I*-, v.iiikt,;', tho tir.'iv.'i! of thf  (I;...-ii :.!..n-,T Alexandra  ��������� ipiLKft CURED IN 0 TO 1*1 DAVQ^  rilN'l'MhX'T' fni!-- lo cui'i' any ''*.,;" "' '*'���������������������������"  Iiik I'.l.nd, IiI.'mIIiu- or rn-liuiHtii* Vllcj  In C lo l'*. duy.'i.   i'Ov.  Poor John  .Toll**, you nr-vc-r li-den t<*������ h.ilf the  thlnw I ciiy to you. i-.li-.- "inipl nl noil.  V/.'Il d'v.r, h*- ro'il"''!, 1 h.'ive In  work p'firt ot the time.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  Little Dropi of Water  I  ri'o  you   h:iW   il!>*,'���������(/-r*d  of   that  how J'"*- b'.iif'ht from th" ci'y.  Y<-<-, Tiplic-d the ri-;Telfu! i ���������!!��������� -inn,  J-*/*, fi'!'-* tny hn'lno'.,-;.      51,. li-nl brr-n  ui-ed for iiiiIUiij- a fprihWiri.*; cu^and  lnt.*pi������e*l fit every hydrant,  m  A  w  %.  %,  m  WML  v&mmmim  What kind of a  silo will yours  be?  Wood���������or  Concrete ?  '~<a&z*  IF you were to build two silos���������one of wood", the other of concrete���������side by side, and  .1.. .    ii...   .i.   ...   .    .i     .  ...mi   i   .1-   ..r.   _  r. _--.  -f  -������..,,'������.������   ..~ ...I.I..)* !.-..������  then could see them an they will look after five years of service, you wouldn't havo  to think twice to decide which ii the best ni'iti-rial. In :i few years more thero  wouldn't be much of the original wooden silo left���������the ivpairin-j you'd have.to do would bo  as troublesome and cost as much as the buildin-j of au entirely new one.,, But the passage of  five, ten, fifteen m oeu i������tin> )C*m ������vm'nwL o^ N.lxcu*;- 'h th: turd ���������*.: roc'.* ���������-������������������.iH of th**  1  tt}  CONCRETE SILOS LAST FOREVER  WIND, nln, firu ������nd lij-l-itntn**: *rc alike defied by concielr._ You need no iiui  ,\.,ir���������ri\lini Ur-r-iitrr o i-nnn-,1 }i. ri/ttimuml i'ciivri'i" iiloi .irr bfit (ur amil  concrete l.cepj the einihtje utan even temiicrilufc, to tint it ���������"I'lir-.-i" better, and t  .cepi  more food-value for your itock.  uranee *ip*4iuit Its  ther reswn. Tht  ttierchne cii.'iumi  YOU CAN DUILD ONE YOUIISEIJF  NO mutter wlit-thei1 you h*v������ evar uiod eoncret* or not, you can build n canerete itlo. Our book,  "Wlul ths Fnrnur Cin Oo Willi Concrete," olvn nil Iht Information you wlll need, not only  nbout -ll-i, Imt about ceorei of other met for concrete on the farm, It l-n't a catalooue, nor art  '���������.JveitUlna ctrcula**. A tiandtoi- r Uio'-i of W) n.ia������������. well llliMtnt-il, nml written far farmer-., it li  tree. Juit vend your mm* und nddreti on a pjiitcartl w In * l*U~r nr.d Cat -joo'* s-/!it b<- aent fret  U'/ nttirn mill,  /ddrtti Publicltr M-mag***  Canada. Cement   Company. LimiteJ  H.rtJJ Bulldlntr, McTntrwJ  ^���������^^tJiiJri^ii^Li  &07-  m  WUF.N ym hny Ccntnl !u .���������.���������.*���������*  "' iM Uu "Cmatlii" t,iittl it oa  titry I.i; unj turn!, Ca.-.all,fl  Airmen hnva JaaaX U I* iu l,\j  HU.  mm  ",X"r97titlfAvSti  'uMid&ZfAi.  I*'-*- *;-,���������**���������:;*'  *.i;������ijizi~m  ^���������^'^V*V-4Bf**i*������4f*l/<h40t  iJ^b THE NEWS. CUPPT-.AYI). ]]," c  M  _^h-H--H~l~H--I'-l''!-'l-'i-'l'I--I"I--H--i-hW;   SlgM raillery In,tne rolce changes w  " '���������erjousness. "But I'd hare known yon, j  princess, if yoa went by any name un--  tier heaven." * .  i "For pity's EOke!" -dimpled she. Then  Bhe added, with a wistful dignity: "But  I must have changed a deal since then.  That "was nearly twelve years ago.  Just fancy!" ,  : I Elya's Chaperon  LIGHT, GAY. DINING ROOK. 'BRIDGING DEATH VALLEY.  And a  Meeting That Revived  * the Past  Um   Ce-Unial    Landscape    Papers   *r  ��������� Paneled Effects on Wall. j  First of all, says Elsie de "Wolfe tn  Good Housekeeping:. I'think'a dining  room should bo light and gay. If possible always choose a room which has  ������    By VIRGINIA LEILA WENTZ.  <vll,li'r-i*-r*r*r^"n**r-I-'l'-I--l--J--i'"I--i--I--l"r-I'^*T-*r  Mrs. James Dlx was looking out  ���������cross tho Rue de "Rivoit at the morn-  ftng's hrlghtuess of the Tuilerles gar-  *ens when the. boy In tho hotel lift  brought her n cablegram!    0  It was n message from her lord and  master in Chicago -declaring that her  tBunedhilo presence was required.. At  ���������ace all tho brightness faded out of the  Tnllerics, for the frivolous gayety of  Paris had been especially attractive to  ttls portly, easy going, good natured  "oatroti of the west.  "But, mother, you'll have to go alone.  " It'll be a wholo month before ray singing lessons aro finished, you know,"  broke In 121yn, who was having her  iaxen hnlr-shampooed,by a real ,Pari-  ���������ian hairdresser.  , Mrs. Dlx clasped her ring bedecked,  ***adgy hands. She always clasped her  kands when she agreed about anything.  "you'll have to have a chaperon, of  eeursc, dear," she added. "Now, who  emweget on such a little notice?"  Thero  was   silence ,for  a   moment,  ' while the deft.Angers of the hairdresser ran through the flaxen hair with a  . "-������otliing touch. , Then Elya's  girlish  rolce sounded in a delightful treble:  "Oh, mother, I know tlie very person! She's terribly nice and awfully,  ladylike"' (Elya always emphasized her  adverbs and used indiscriminaleones  at that), "aud sheJs au American, and  that's the'best of all���������ouch!" in her  ���������eagerness she'd turned her head a bit  too suddenly, and some soap had got in  her sapphire eyes.- ,  "Oh, 1 know'who you mean," helped'  ���������wt Mrs. Dix, while her daughter strug-  f'ed.with. the. soap,    "l'ou mean Miss  ' Clem mens, the governess to that little  ���������T  ,    ,. ,.      . .. .    .plenty of sunshine for a dining,room.  I dont see the changes," 8a d he  <The next thing is the planning of a be-  coming background for the mistress  cf the house. The room should always  be gay and .charming in colorj, bnt tjio  color should be selected with due con-  gallantly.    "To   me you're just  tha  same.". * ���������   "      i  But, oh, how -.tired she looked���������his  gay, light hearted little princess! And , wiw bUOUlu m W|eclcu W1U> auo con.  howhelonged to fold.her protectingy   B-aeratIon for its  bcconi*ugness with  fn his. arms!   The wldo divergence in   relatloa,to tho" hos(ess,   Evcrv woman  has a right to be pretty in her own  dining room. ���������  The quaint landscape paper,*- which'  are seen In so many Now England  dining  rooms  Eoem   to   belong   with  .Americau colonial furniture and white  woodwork, the prim silver aud tho  gold banded china. Theso Inudsenpo  papers arc usually gay in effect and  ���������makofor cheer. There aro many new  landscape ...designs less complicated  than the old ones. Then, too, there  ���������re charming foliage papers made up  of leaves and branches and birds which  tre Tery good. j  I do not favor the dark, heavy treatments and elaborate stuff hangings  which seem to represent the taste of  most of the men who go in for decorating nowadays. Nine times out of ten  the dining room seems to bc the gloomiest room in the house. I think It should  be a place.where the family may meet  ln gayety of spirit for a pause in the'  vexatious happenings of the day. I  think light tones, gay wali papers, flow- j  era and sunshine arc of more importance than storied tapestries and heavl-1  Jly carved furniture. These things aro  all rery well for the house that has a J  fcrgeneo  tbat moment between what this man  wished to do and what lie did do stands  for.civilization.,,  ,  .  "Do you remember thoso glorious  rssils we used to havo on Long Island  eouutl?" ho asked constrainedly,* picking up the fan which she had dropped.  Remember? The Parisian, opera  house and tho hum of chattqrlug voices  faded nway. In their place came the  big, blue sound covered with white  (���������nils, and no voice save that of "Princo,  Paul" teaching.iier the "Marseillaise"  In French. Oh, what ft voico he had!.  And. the salt spray was again on her  tanned cheek, the wind blowing through  her hair���������  * "  "Once upon a time," began Paul Doin-  arest, "there was a young chap with  h lot of ideals and ambitions and thnt  sort o' thing who went to spend a summer in a quiet little place on Long Island. It seemed absurdly, lrritatiugly  quiet to him nntil he met���������a princess.  She didn't wear a crown, except her  glorious dark hair, whose thick tendrils  the wind was always blowing awry,  and she wasn't followed about by a.  .court chamberlain, but she had the  dearest, most loving father I ever  knew. Well,, the princess was "quite  five years younger than the man, but  they read together and sang together  and sailed together, and when ho'was  suddenly called away to' France ho  purposed coming back one day when  he was an independent person and  claimiug'the little princess. He didn't  get back as quickly as he* had hoped.  When he did he found that she had  flown, and he could find no trace of  her." * . .j  When tho low, mesmeric voice had  finished, Dorothy Clemmens looked up.  Bmall dining room and a gala dining  Civilization's   Efforts to  Subdue That  Defiant Region.  Of all earth's waste places the desert  * A t,  ,1s the most impressive and the most  abhorrent,,-lt was almost impossible  at times to secure laborers on'tho Sun  Pedro railway route that skirts Death  valley through southern Nevada and  California. Tho loneliness struck a  chill into the hearts of diggers and  tracklayers.    '       '    ���������     u " -**>  For many years Death valley has'  made good its name nud taken ghastly  toll of those who ventured on its trackless stretches. Arid, its* only vegetation the gnarled and twisted! cactus, it  covers many thousands of square miles  of absolute waste. Rut civilization Is  breaking in upon this delimit region.  Irrigation is reforming it." Hallways  aro sundering lis Insular'unity. Wagon roads, too, are penetrating it hero  and, there. Daring prospectors are  threading it with narrow trails, and  now the automobile drivers propose to  run a highway through the arid dust  from marge to marge.  Recently representatives of the Automobile Club of Southern California  started from Los Angeles to begin the  work of mapping and placing signs  across l;500 miles of desert road in  Death valley and the-surrounding territory. In addition to the task of mapping the roads*, tho water holes will be  charted, and the heeny steel signs are  to give road directions and the location  of water supplies. Seven routes ln all  are to be charted, -which means the  covering ot. 1,500 miles of desert Bign  posting through the most arid region of  America.  It means, too, that the last uncharted  and uncultivated section of our nation  room for formal occasions as well! but, is to be reclaimed and made accessible,  there arte few such houses.    Paneled1 ���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  walls are always possible.' Lf you can't I ���������    -   afford wood paneling, paint the plaster-'  ed trail white or cream aud break lt"  Into panels by using a narrow molding.1  of wood;    You can get ain effect of  great .dignity by. the use of molding  at a few cents a footj    .. * '",'"'  '        UNCLAIMED MILLIONS.  Fortunes Dormant In Britain's Bank*  Which Depositors Have Forgotten.  Twenty million dollars lie unclaimed in tlio bunks of Great Briluin.  This statement is made en the basis  of llu amount, of unclaimed money  in the coffers of the Bank of England  alone, That institution a lew years J  ago had more than 11.000 dormant';  accounts, 40 of which exceeded $50.- \  000 apiece, while onu wus written in \  six* figures. , I  The bank?, of course, nre glad to i  be the depositories of the. money, |  siiice they cluim ownership titter j  keeping the accounts open seven f  years. It i&. incomprehensible to some ���������  how yo great a number of account*  are, allowed to become dormant by;  their rightful owner.'?. There are sev- i  oral explanations. ' A man in business '  mny, for some private reasons open '  nn account in another hank, lie  dies: his executors know nothing,  nbout the extra account;' he has left,  no memorandum ut it ami it goea un-1,  claimed, A depositor may die abroad ;  or disappear, leaving no clue as to tii.-*. \  whereabouts. A mnn may even foro'  get that he ever had such nn account.  Incomprehensible us tin's may seem,"'  it has frequently occurred. In almost i  every instance carelessness in money ;  matters accounts for those unclaimed  fortunes.  Despite the well-known   facta   tho  unclaimed  -deposits   are   yearly   in-,  creasing,    To put, one's money in a*  bank and go away and forget it is hut j  one degree less careless than ia lii'de '  it in an old teapot or sugar bowl or.  beneath the rafters or bur>  it in tho;  cellar.    The   only   advantage   to   the  public in   having   the   funds " in * a ;  bank is Uiat the money is invested in j  'some useful   project  ancl  i.he  public j  thus realizes a degree of utility from ���������  it, -which it would not derive were tha  'money buried.   As far as the rightful  owner of the gold, however, it might  ns well bo   lost;   he   gets   no   good  from* it.' ;  Wo  mans  Miss     Milholland     to  oLead  Suffrage  Parade.  Photo.Dy American Tress Association  Si  A.HELP. TO VESSELS AT SEA.  In  2S"iS HZ??0 (liWl. ,'aSt ���������k'  YeS: ^rtM'5*   The lambent flame  ������nes looking for another engagement,  ..tout's ��������� true/' And  she certain!v is a  lady." --*..'  So Miss Dorothy Clemmens-of New  York wns engaged to ..chaperon Elya  Dlx for a month in Paris and then  ���������bring her back to America. . i  ..  To conso'ie herself for-her'mother's/  ��������� departure  Elya   hnd   Miss, Clemmens"  secure, tickets for that-night's opera.  She sat in-a box in her young,beauty  ���������it off by a $200 Pni*uin gown and se-1  rcnoly allowed the audience to stare.    '  ��������� Already she  was learning that the ;  wission of tho "beauty Is to 'support  modistes and to bo stared at.   Behind  her,  robed In some soft, inexpensive  _ray stuff,.with a narrow white lace!  collar, sat her chaperon. .'   |  The opera was "Siegfried"," the sober- -  -to of Wagner's great symphony, as  Lnvlgnae  has  called  Jt.    Upon  Miss'  Clemmens' music parched soul (she'd ���������  not lien rd nn opera for. over n year) it  'fell* like gracious dew nnd fetched n !  ���������weeI refreshment.   Wlien the orclies-' |  tra tells the mood of Siegfried in the t  f-ecpnd  net,, fooling tho first 'fret .of,  Bwnkcnod passion, her eyes shono like j  ���������tni's, her lips parted slightly, and just  ���������t tlmt Juncture n mini in the audience ,  cnuglit'herpcrfoet profile as she leaned  ���������lightly forward.  Thnt fiiinie look, downward nnd side-  wise und stalling; that exquisite head  In Its cloud of wnvy dark hnlr! Paul  Demurest brushed n way "the years Hint  had blurred It all, nnd then, suddenly  he remembered. Ves. he remembered.  Oh. it wns so long ago, so ninny years  ���������go!.  And she was in the snme box with  that guy little butterfly, that American  flirt, JClyn HI jr. Bless Elya Dlx! It  wns the first, lime lie hnd  in them met an answering flash iri'his.'  "Father died the year I graduated,"-.  she said unsteadily.   "We had to give  up our old home, and ever since I've  been putting what little learning I'd  gained   to   use���������'teaching   the  young  mind,' etc.   Incidentally now I'm' chap- (  eroning. as you see." She gave a vague,  graceful���������littlch-xndtion���������with-her-slim-  hand. "which Included Elya, the two  English chappies and part of the stage. |  "Back in that little spot on Long Is-'  laud." went on her companion eagerly,'  "the sea, is just aaT. blue as ever, I'm  sure.   And the white sails are there, j  nnd-don't you think, princess, If we,  OUTDOOR AMUSEMENTS.  Charming Games For Children.U.Play  at Spring Parties.  These few suggestions may, prove  helpful to the-'mother who intends to  entertain' small folks:  A floral color traU.ls an interesting  rame. Any flower may be selected and  fsstened with narrow ribbon-in twenty  or thirty different places.  ���������Tfce^fiower~is-dispiayed~fo"the~"ciin:"  dren, and the number hidden is told.  Each child is "given a pencil and card,  aad as he finds the flowers the place is  carefully, noted.1 Ground trails may be  ���������et with small green twigs.  This game is very popular with young  folks in England.  The trail of the green leaf, which  went back we might find fairyland?"  .Iust here the orchestra took up the ' Bhould be'played out of doors, demands  superb  stretto  of   "The  Decision  of   tenses very much'alert. ,     ,  Love," and there was the general stir  in tho house of people getting ready for  the third act.  *       ���������       ���������       ���������       ������       ���������       ���������'  When at tbe end of the month Elya  Dlx sailed for America, Miss Dorothy  Clemmens sailed with her as Paul  Demarest's fiancee.  "IJut isn't Jt terribly funny, mother,"  eaid Elya as she unpacked her Parisian  finery, "lo think of my coming buck  from gay Paris quito unengaged nnd  my chaperon with a prize on her  string?"  And Mi-p. James Dlx clasped her ring  bedecked plump hands in acqulesence.  Her Test,  A bride suspected that her husband  had been indulging too freely in the  cup that cheers. She determined to  find out beyond doubt whether her suspicions were welt founded. To n friend  she confided the source of her trouble,  ever-felt j nnd from this friend she learned that  Any variety of green leaf is selected  and .tied, to trees and shrubbery with  Bmall ends of green tape or ribbon.  The'children are not told how many  times it is hidden, but nt the expiration  of a given length of time are,askcd to  dlscloso how many times they have de:  tected lho leaf and'where.  Another charming -open air hunt is  the game of Peter Pan.'  A child dressed to represent that favored friend of youth is perched upon  a stone or in a tree. He tells the children thnt somowhero about tho garden  is hidden each animal mentioned Jn. tho  book of Peter Pan.  The children search diligently until  every.nnimnl is found and then aro rewarded with thoir finding's.  ���������jTiitefiil to her, Ilo would make his  wny lo her box ill the ond of the second ni'l.  "Why. Mr. Demnrostl I'm awfully  irlnil lo see- yon���������I honestly nm!  Thniislit you'd forgotten me. And I'm  all nloiit- now-iiHillinr sailed unexpectedly, for homo thi*" mornlug-nnil  I'm nil uloiiiMiiiw," Elya greeted him  tn her young'untamed effusiveness as  ho i-uliM'i-d (lie box.  "All nlonoV" ho iiiiOKllunod gravely.  "Won. Ilici'ii's*. Miss Clommeiif- here,  my''-Impei-on, B.v tho way, Khe'i* nn  Amerli'iiii, (oo. Mls>i Clemmon..*', Mr.  Demurest, You've heard mother Fpcnk  of lilm, I'm Kiiro, Oh. hero como  Dickie Mni'ston nnd Bob Sawyer!  Ilnw It'i'i'lhly jolly!" Elyn reached out  her daintily gloved hand to greet two  HowooniorH.  Thoy woro of the nggresslvo (ype,  thOM* two KmkHkIi i-li'ip**, nnd In n few  ���������ri'onds Ilonilirost made hl������ way to  lllss ClominoiH In the rear.  "Do you know, MIsh Clcinnieus," he  hegiui curiously, "Ilio lust (line I miw  you you wore your hnlr In two brnltlt*.  ���������a,'! I wiv.'.i 'a j\>iti. i.v.ft dcvV.^UJ It to  iho i-iii'l-* nttl-.o end."  IIH voice nnd mouth woro grnvo, but  there waa a mulling gleam In hln eyes.  Miss CloiiwiK'iis ghincod rather blank.,  ly frnm hr-nonth her henvy hihhcs nt  thin num woll under forty.  ���������'J Uili-l."," she hrgaii, will* n calm  dignity befitting lieV po������ll'lon-liut i������fit  then, on the very second word of ro-  provnl, a flush of undei'stiindlng rndlnt-  *ft over her llred, lovely fnco. "You���������  -nirrly you're not Prince Paul',���������*''  r,The very sume-prlnooiK." _  Tttul Demarefit bowoil Tory low.  "fluf hut why J'en'rr'-on" - fur-uod  Ulttt CJommcii**, wllh puzyled iiriccr-  tolnfy. <;,  "A graml-nnata ovor here without  any finder Ismie loft it*������- hi* money end  (H(*i!^������. |ir.u'diir-������ I'd t.-.ke i.i*������ nnnro ir.  (ho Ijui'l'iihi.    1  look  llu in nil."    Tho  it had always been eaid that a man  even slightly Intoxicated cannot pronounce words of ony length, whereupon the young wife decided that tliab  would be n good plan (o try,  When next the friend met (lie young  wife sho was in n stato of great agitation, Asked if tbo suspicions had  boon verified, lho girl burst into teiii-s  and said that thoy Iind,  "I handed him (bis list," she snid  between sobs, fishing from her pocket  n paper which bho gave to her friend  and which contained (ho following  words: Phlhlsls, photochromy, gnonilo-  metrical, hypochondriasis, pnracliron-  igrn, phlegmasia doleus, H.vnentegoi'o-  miilio, imiinoii'lonlsm, pseudacthcHln.  "And," ������he continued, while hor  friend rend (he list, "ho bungled nearly half of (honi."  ���������Culinary Newneoi.  Cbocolalo cream roll is a delicious  bread that is little known by the average housewife. Here is a -rcclpo that  will appeal to tho most factidlous taste-  Beat threo largo eggs very light without separating tho wUltes and yolks.  Gradually beat in ono cupful and a  lnilf of granulated sugar, two table-  spoonfuls of meltcjl butter, three  ounces of melted chocolate and then  half  a  cupful  of  lukewarm   water.  ciiocoutis cnr.Avr iioi.tj.  Lastly beat In one cupful of lifted  pastry flour, one-fourth cupful of potato flour (half a cupful of ordinary  flour may roplnco (he smaller ipiuntity  of potato flour), half n level teaspoon,  ful of soda, says lho Uoston Cool-ing  School Mugiulne, and a bUgblly round  Ing tcaspoonful of cream of tartar Klft-  A Famous War Hone  P.rom nn entry In "Lady Shelloy'a  Dlnrleij" It appears that "Copoiiliilgen,  (ho famous war charger of tho Duko  of Wellington, had something of lho ed together. Tho���������cuko should bo les*  constitution of his master. The day  l/c-i'uff i'i-: oniiiu uf Huienoo tiio uuke  red-.' CojH-i-l'ai'OH lo the rmss'tuu ';<.���������;.'.']���������  qunrler.** lo ascertain whether ho might  depend upon old Mueller's cooperation.  Tlio duke rodo Copenhagen on Juno 17  over sixty miles, On the 16th ho rodo  fYt-ii'.'nIiifV'*- flit-ei"V'0"f (he ".'.'!!.'"> Kettle, nnd (bo next day he rodo bim (o  nruftficl-j. When tbo duke dismounted  Copenhagen "kicked up his heels and (  pcainpcrcil half over (lie town beforo  i ho was en light."  Ono day in rnrln Lady Pliclloy rodo  with (he ilul.e, who offered to immnt *  her on Copenhngon.   "Hut," she con-|  ft'..;on, "I found Copeiihugt'ii tho uiu������t  di(U*.'ul,t horse to -*lt������of any 1 had ever i,pn-eri j-|���������(.0 llie r,,p ou (!)P gn)!*cr |,Ci,t  riddtn. If tnodule had not bocn there ' H-sliUy with a raKVin U'.<*.'' on huh  I -tho-ild hnr-t* boon frighfoncd. ' Milen.    After (his Is _ai.������> mm*** on  "l Lci.ev-f,* ho Mid, 'you ililnk tht   ^ib tAftea, taking cun* to ���������������������������-���������-i, ultli  riory groMor tbiti tie p.o������.;r<* In rifr ; ������������������������, ���������������������������,  w,r���������. o(r Xli._ ��������� tjt,tbi wu iu  than tlircc-fourlliH of nn Inch thick  wnen baked.. Trim off tlio crisp .edges.  SyiVad    ftt    OIKO    Willi     Ill.ll'hllllUiliuW  cream filling uud roll up lll.o u jelly  roll. Holl In waved paper and pet  aside a short (line. Then pprond the  outRldo wllh  "dot"  cliocnliilo melted  i'Vi'-   XVii.1 ,'.',   V,...V.I   Vi    tl.iu   1)   (.VUlVVllull*  "jr't* frosting intido of :t sipmic of melted ch'U'Oliiti-, three <iiIjIci*|)(ioiiI'iiIh of  bulling 'water, half a f-'-ispoonfiil of  vnnllln mid t'oiifoetiiiiior'G i-iigiir (sifted)  ns needed,  Whon Cleaning Ru-,-!.  Avoid hanging vug*i 'OU Uu- Hue. n������ It  -���������"i'ata'iiN thu ortgoM. Do not we a wire  Wireless. Signals   Keep   Mariners  Touch With Greenwich Time.  On New. Year's eve the naval wireless telegraph station'at Arlington, Va.,  sent out at midnight, as from the sev-  , enty-fifth meridian, a time signal powerful enough, it was hoped, to reach  every vessel in the north Atlantic, that  was equipped with -wireless apparatus,  as well as every vessel in the-Caribbean sea.  In October .last, at a conference held  in Paris, representatives, of fourteen  European powers and of the United  States and Brazil decided^ that stations should be established in various  ~parts"T3f*th"e^orld"fnJtn"WHiT*lrday^^"7^^~^^  night time signals could be sent. The  situations of "nine 'stations have already been determined, and at least  Iwo of those chosen for Europe-the,  Eiffel tower in Paris, and a station'at  ' Norddeich, in Germany���������are now sending signals every, morning and every  evening.  The advantages.of thus,,making uso  of tho. 'woiidcrfuf science of radiote-  legraphy. can hardly be overstated.  The system will be of tho greatest  service to shipmasters, for, the safety  of a vessel at sea is dependent tn large,  measure upon the accuracy of its chronometers. No timepiece is or ever can  be absolutely accurate. The most that  we can hopo for is that those -which  are carried at sea shall be as accurate  as possible',* and that the rale of their  variation-shall be known, But if we  can give each vessel the exact Greenwich time every day we shall eliminate  all tho uncertainty lhat Is now d.uo to  defects in tho chronOtoW'8tf^S;out)r3  Companion.  Lugged to New Country.,.  Despite the work of The Standard oi  Empire in the mother country mnny  immigrants  arrive .in Australia woe- j  fully ignorant'of the conditions of af-I  fairs-there," Soma of them bring the!  strangest assortment of "effects" with  them that oould be imagined.    ���������        j  ., One of the latest additions to the :  population- brought   out, a case   of,  goods, -which* it took six men to J Lf t- ���������  The case collapsed when being ban'-,  died from the trolley, and it was then j  found to contain odd pieces, of iron..!  such  as  blacksmiths'  cut   off '' when '  making horseshoes. ���������>��������� i  It was gatherod  that the owner of,  the case was doubtful  whether there,  was any iron in the Commonwealth, ,  J-JiJld_jO_bJr_oiigh_t__g_bn].e__a].Q.ng  fnr__hj._|  Another immigrant brought  out'"several hundredweight of .-wire  "nails of different sizes. Ho.'did not  want* to bc slior.t of nails when the  time came..' r him to build his house:  a third man, a cabinet-maker;** hnd  many dozens of window-fasteners :md  fixings, which be apparently thought  would be novelties in'Australia. Tlia  total weight of luggage for 1,100 ini-  migrants who were passengers^by the  steamer was over 300 tons.  HISS  INEZ JtIT.HOLr.AXD.  JMiss Inez Mil holland of New York  city is to lend the suffrage parade in  .Washington on March 3. Wearing tha  livery of a herald of medieval times,  Miss Milholland will- prance down'  Pennsylvania avenue ahead of a woman's band, whicli in turn will lead a  troop of "petticoat cavalry." It has  bei'ii announced in Washington that  several hundred striking women gar-',  ment workers* from New York, aiid ���������  Baltimore ���������will -march in tatters and  rags behind a float depicting the injustice of the sw'eatship system.  To demonstrate further in spectacular manner the advancement "of women the i na n a gers of the parade liavu  invited Miss P,erne(ta Miller, a woman  aviator, io swoop down into.Pennsylvania avenue in her aeroplane With a  message for "Miss Columbia," who is  to be the central figure In the tableau*  wliich will.be staged on'the;steps ol"  the treasury building. ��������� ;\ ,  ^_iLejn-i^a_ge!Jt_is_nJ.'jnjied^av.J!!_b������<-  n nronuiu-iamento selling forth ths  strides mndo by modern women and  urging that Ihey be placed on a political equality with men. The'Iiiero-  pliine, if the fair a via tress can 'manage it without danger, will he covered  .with "Votes For Women", banners.  Rose to the' Occasion,  James Otis, ono'of the best known  and most prolific writers for boys, died  the other day, -n whlto haired man.  His real nnmo wns James Otis Kalcr.  In-his youth he went to Boston and  asked for work on the Boston Journal.  Tho managing editor, thinking to get  rid of him iu tho'least painful manner,  told him to go out and boo if he could  wrlto anything now about Boston common, lf ho could bo should have a  job, In a littlo whilo (he young man  came In with, an interesting article  nbout lhe Initials that idlers had carved  on tho seats. Tliero began his career  ns a writer. In letters nieauingless to  others ho had found tho word oppor-  tnnlty.-Yoiith's Companion.  I'V I.'.')-.1  HttU*ii*lJlltUI-,.t..iiUA  A Flame For a Trumpet.  If n vibrating tuning fork bo placed  In a fliuiKj lho Hound la markedly ro*  enforced. Start Ing -with this fact, nn  10nglli>h H'.-lontlNt hii'i devised a now  form of phonograph, in which the  fin nio takes tho place o( (ho trumpet  ordinarily used. Tho soiindH thus re-  enforced nre easily heard throughout  a lnrgo room. Tho explanation of (lui  action of iho flame in that tho nound  waves fulling upon It change Its com-  liiiNtion.fi'oni a conllniiotiH to un intermittent form, Iho burning gas being  thus thrown Into n herles of woven  that iiro moro powerful Minn tlio nHtd-  nn I. nound waves, ro-en forco them nnd  limn iniigiiiry the Hound,-SU Louis Ho-  public.  A Tnlo of Sven Hedln.  An Kngllsh visitor was vory much at-  i-.h.-\ii.A ..; ii,*,- hi.ti v<ltd miiuU'i tii inn  bowls of Muds In (he bedroom of Dr.  Kvoi) Hedln, Tlio explanation wax an  simple as tho Idea was great. Whenever lho gront Iravelor uooh a ninu In  tho slroel selling cheap ������������������ullur Muds nt  ������ penny tlio dozon be Jnvosh his lno������o  coppers In these volatile artU'lcs and  dopor-H*- his ptircun.-'c In the bowls on  his droK-iliig room tiiblo-*. Whon, in  (lie frigid tidnoKphoro of an arctic  liodrooin, tie rf-llnr Mud escapes to  nome hidden relnat yen have only to  dip n cnrolc*-*'- finger Into the flowln:;  bo-ii nnd begin the di'.v'f- work Ln the  ���������ItU b*l*.-Gla*s*������ K������Mh.  Bad   For  the   Highlands.  The census returns for the County  of Sutherland, which have jyst been  published, show that the decrease in  population, which has been steadily  maintained since 1851, was continued  between 1001 mid mil. The latest  census gives the population as 20.17!),  as against 2U-10 in 1001, a decrease of,  l,'2i51, and 25,703 in 1851, a decrease of  5,614, or 21.8 per cent.  Only, one'parish is now at its maximum, while several since the middle  of last century have decreased by at  much as 30 per cent., or more. ,Threo  thousand four hundred nnd ninety-  six males of the "occupied" total nre  connected with ngriculluTO and fishing, this, being 570 less than in 1001,  while of the females 30.2 per cent,  aro indoor domestics, Btid 3f>.0 are  connected with agriculture. Klcven  thousand eight hundred and thirty-  nine personi!, or 58.C per cent, of tlio  population, can speak (indie, 183  (���������peaking that language only. This ia  2,713, or 18,6 per cent, less than in  1001. when 409 could only speak  Gaelic. Tlie proportional , Oaelio  speaker!* varies from 84.8 per cent, in  As,syat to 30 per cent, in Kildonaii.  Stalwart ol Other Days.  Tho other day Lord Mimdnff cole-  bruled his 87th birthday, lie now  lives t- vory retired life in London,  but liii" career litu been n strenuous  one, and twenty yours or i'o ago liis ,  namo was on everybody's iipa. i  Lord Ll-tixinff whs born in Ceylon, |  where his falher was a judge of fho |  Supreme Court. Kduonled in London '  and Pari."., Mr, Henry Multhtuva tool" \  up tho, law at a prolesion. and rapidly I  fnrgo������| li is way to the front. Knlering i  I'lirlinincnt in lr!i'8 nn Conservative '  member for Iluiignrvan. lie event mil ly >  triinnferred'hi** activities to Knst Hirm- !  inghiim. From 188G-t**J lui was in tlin i  Conservative Cabinet, nnd few Ilnmo ,  beert'tarios hnvo pawed ihrough mich *  a disturbing*period nn lio. The odium '  of the Labor riots in Trafalgar fc>-*|iMro i  whs lieupcd upon bin bend, but when J  tho Uoiirervulivi's went out ot olllcu '  he was consoled by a peerage. ' i  V-iiitr Iho  ViUdin.  Scene-Dinner  jmrly  nt  the  hotine  of  n  wclMirioivii  llriti.-li  peer.  "When I t.':k my first brief," -nltl  the prosperous hnrrinlor, recounting  hir* onrer-r, "1 wiis very nrrvoiu mni  excited, ecpocinlly as my client v,*s  u In*(J ogt*. Ho wiih a mnn ol good  family, v-lini<o nnmc would hnvo been  fnlnlly UrnUlicd hnd Die ruscnl baen  convicted. Happily, J run i in god to ^--t j  tlm beggar off."  After dinner a multimillionaire en- j  Ur.il,   He \ui.s h friend <f the lion,  who proii'.'!ited the K.C. to him, j  "I do na iici'd to he iiitiodiioi-d to j  this g������ i-ilciiuui,",, oln-itrved lho rnil- |  lionnirn p������(ronii*.iii(*Iy. "I ninl birn ���������  long ngo. In fuel, I gnve hint liii 1  t-tRrt in life.    I u������a bin first clier.l." !  The ������ol*y hilnriiy ���������uhi'.h croeUtd j  thi** Ai.ncttnccnieiH waa nevtr et. ,  clnir.cj ���������.., t!.c :���������,'.������ iu.um.   \A\Li*.    ,  KAISERIN'S PET HOBBY.  Iter One Extravagance Is the Raising  of Siamese Cats.  Apart from tbo usual homely German national domestic viriues-tho  cult of her well stocked linen chest, the  catering to her husband's individual  taste in tho dally meiyi, the strong  personal supervision not only of her  own children's nnd grandchildren's  health and comfort', but nlso the mornl  and physical well being of such small  wall's mid strays as abound in Berlin's  charity liistltulions-llie knlserin possesses oue really extravagant and aristocratic hobby. Sho collects cats,  breeds and buys cuts-Siamese cats,  the beautiful, sleek and' glossy creatures whose light, fawn and diuicolored  bodies nro imrmuunted with dark gray,,  fiiible or black heads lighted up with  pale blue or gray eyes,  Pure brod f-pecimen-- so marked  have been ltiiowu lo fetch between $fi,-  00) and $0,000. Thoy tire lineal de-  fii'i'iidttnls of the king of Slum's own  oats and some' years a go wen; so  highly prized In I'aris tlmt no elegunto  of tlio.se days could successfully hold  her place In nrlstocnillc society without possessing nl leaM one of tliein,  The l.iiiscrlii owns mid broods the*-'-  rats, slie gives (lioin her personal at-  ti'iilliui.  dri. Wilson Will liar Turkey Trot.  Mrs. \V uni I row WINon, wife nf tlin  l-fi'sldi'iil elect, docs imt appro**.' of  "lili'liey I rolling'' or other oviremo  forms uf diiiu'lii'*, nnd there will bo  "mho of 11 In the White House whllo  hho Is there. Sin; iiiaiii- this clear re-  ci'iitly iilii'ii In ���������'(iiivi'i'.siitlon wllh an iu-  llnintc frlciiil sho Mild:  "Uf I'our.-'o I ciniiml regit la to the  dancing nt llm timm-uiiil bull If tho  bull Is kIvcii, but fnhirc evi'tilH In  Wiisliiiiglon wlii'ti.' this Hi-id--* of dancing Is pi'i'tnltleil or I'licniM'tigi'd wlll not  hnve my Hiinutloii, Thu two.stop and  wtillz'-l love to see."  ,,Mis, Wilson parllcuiarly objocis to  oin born le dron't and honrtlly dhuip-  proves of wohiimi smokliig nnd tlrliik-  Inc; ���������**!*.���������*|,I.:!!..      '  Am Mr*1 Wll'irnV** d*nit*l\tcr- *-htiro tier  opinions on thcvii Kiilijoct-*, lho soi-lnl  cvotits of (lio yoitngei' set of Washing-  (on (lonl)tl(-H.s will follow llllHIg tliosu  lllivd.  Grandmother In College,  Mrs. Kadiol pot-tor Avery, ono of  (he llf'.-l prcslilciits nf lhe iviiiiuylvnnln  Suffnigo ii-.sii('lntlon tttnl n grainlinoth-  cr, is stml.ilng to lie a Linncr at thn  Lnivei-Mly of WK.-oiislii. Sin* H it  frclimaii. wlil'i- her di'ugh"-!* |: ������  ���������inpliMiiinrii. if Mrs, Aiory li.-.s Lit  wny hor ������������������i,.,ii!i|.,,iiij-li'������.r << II! .I'rn1! !u  tin' HiMlHili'.ii mIk-ii slie .alt.iiny Hid  priipcr ago.  Mrs, Awry dfi-lnron fhni one w.iy \o  r^M^t tlie fiurTrngo tjni'i- U ii. Ih'-ihhc *  niOi'i'ssful fnvtiu-r md ibes l-iitci.;*  Dinit'-- pride In ti el-inn.: in ������:.' h l.tt  <������uoti'P Iir I*. ������i)(ircn>o. **.:."  ���������HI  THE, NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Mf-lOLiEUpS  OlflLtLiPflPEHs     *  liflGE CU^TAIf-lS  ' K\V STOCK of the ubo.ve in well assorted patterns.  and designs at POPULAR PRICES   Our stock oi Furniture,   Housc-'fur-  nishin.iis.    Beds,   etc., \ etc.   is   a ways  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  - Sandwick School.  S.  HALED' TENDERS,  superscribed  "*V  complete and prices the best.  Trv ..a  Fawcctf Ranee ; 'they   are  always satisfactory.  ft^WAMt *������Ma������J(IMt|-k-a ������*W(\ ���������������>���������  Mcl'hec Mlopk,  A-'MoKINNON'"  <tomberlaud  IX TllK    MATTKU   Ob'   THE  -MUNICIPAL CLAUSES ACT1  TAKK NOTICK that, the mul  i'.r*'iii lied, will, ul'ii'i' the t-xiiirulioi*  Oil  ol' iliii-ly dnys [30] i'j.oui the lirs-t  ]iublici'Ji<i!i lu'l-oof, miilcu application for  :t li-aiu-IYr  of  the   liquoi  lii-ein-u hi'li  witli the  >y Iii'!;  in ('Oiineelii'ii  Vi'iiiloine Hotel,   Cum  beiiaml  und   ������Iofej)h  li, (a, Io Joseph Tobacco  Deiuonte, to tho  JjQiird .ui Licence Coiniiiisoioners  of lho Ciiy of Cuiiilierhuul at such  of their re-jMilur meetings at which  such application* can he legally  ni.'ide, ,������   ,   .  " Ji. S, ROBERTSON  I Jollier of Licence  It, Il.*'M,NEILL  ���������   Ilohlei' of Temporary fVnnit  p-m-.i Al,v 14th, JSJ13   :  ���������**���������-��������� ��������� ii \ im im 11 ���������**\n ni  Ili'iiry Wagner, opium sntii^f*;-  ler. gun fighter, liighwaym.'iii,  thief and had .man of  ihe real old  western brand, is   lo die on   Amy. \ cv.c of deposit on a ch-iitcred bunk of  usi tweutveightli.      Thus endeth  Tenders for Sandwick School,"  will be received by the Honourable lhe"  Minister of Public Works up io noon of  Wednesday, the 2151 d,iy of May, 1913,  forme ercciiori and completionora large  br.e-room si hool .lionse at Sandwick, lithe,Comox Electoral District.  ' Plans, specification5., contract, and  forms of Tender may be seen on and after the "23rd day of April, -1913, at  the office of Mr. J llaird, (jnvcnr.ier.t  Aj-ent, Cunibeilarnl, 11. C, Mr. U. I..  Cliffe, Secretary of Schoo' IJo.irtl, Sandwick, P. O., 'Sandwich II. C. und the  UepaiimetU of Public Work*-, Victoria,  B.C.  Intemliii-j; tcirjerers can, hy applying  .0 lhe undersigned, obtain a copy of the  plans and specifications for the sum of  Jen dollars '$10), wh'ch'will be refunded  on their re'urn in -"nod order.  "Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accept il��������� bank chcv-iic or  ccrlifi  Tenders will not be considered utiles1",  made oui on the forms supplied, sijjned  wish the actual siynature of the. tenderer and enclosed-in "ihe envelopcs.furn-  shed.  The lowest or any lender nol' ncccssai  ily accepted.        ��������� '"        ���������       ,  J. E. GRIFFITH,-  - Public Woiks Engineer  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, IJ. C, April 21 st, 1913.      ,  .      '       '���������        apl2.|.fomyi4  --FOR SALE���������Empire Typewriter. In first-class condition.  Will* sacrifice, Price $30.00.  half   cash.    Apply ��������� Cumberland  ���������������<S-fi<S������'S������&l@>S*$'9-S������CG*5*3'&      ������8S**9������03d������&&3<_i8ag������$������9#  Pilsener Brewing Go.  a  iwHn-aHiMinwf&wBiBsas'i^^  Armurillo, Texi.p, May 2G.���������  Travelling northwestward a co!������-  11 mi* of ���������.���������rne-'ho} pors five miles  wide and eighteen miles ling 1?  toporteiJ in norihwopiern Now Mexico today.���������Tho brewt-rius pliould'  secure llie hops. '    -  g������r'OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE  AT THIS OFFICE Jpj?  E. C.' ICindc, is agent for the  '���������Ford'' "and '-Chalnier'- automobile's:   -"Cars for hire.* ��������� Phone,18  TICB  We, llnAindeiMgned, will not  be responsible for any 'debts contracted by the family of the late  Christina Robertson, irom this  date,  R. S. ROBERTSON  CM AS. WHVTE  Executors of the Estate.  Dated May 71b, 1913.  "Mr. Kf.her* Duncan, hrother-ir.-  Jaw of .Vcc'-Ti- Alex it.dt'i' and Wil���������  Jinn; Ci-.n jili 11 died nt Conrlenay  on Kridny In?!. The funeral teolc  ph.ce on .Moinlny, Rov, Mr. Wai-  loco, win is i-npiilyinjj in the all-  ������*et;cc <-f Rov    T.   MenzieP.   offici-  ul ing  m it li  Mih W. W Willurd is laid   up  11  '   - hui'i-.ti d        hlood-  in   lu-r Icj'.    Tin!   doctor  ordered  has  J'i'i' it while,  that  im   Keci.i  '. quiet  IV, Kcir, dentil;!.  will   lm   at  On rw 1 .' \ I'k in Jr. ne '1 lo 1*2,  l.iidy-tiiiili   i:������iil   i,J   (.i-.niiitg   to  Nnnnini.-i.  This i-" liii*- curyini* cii.il to 'Ao.w  <\iMle, bill. iieoo-'Hty i*-   the  muilier  of invention,  Ti n fuel--" uie, thai tho N.nniin*''  Cilh WlJil-IH 1)1 M hiivi' en il    i:|    or-  d'-r '0 inii'.'' gait, mid tn* n.i' 1* h no  0 al hi-jng iiiiiii-d in N.'iiniiiM. ih''  in ni.u.'.'f ha- In look el-iWlu'ie I'm'  i*. Airiii'.|.i'!r.i-iiic hnve r.o'.y ln-cn  iiitidc fur l.udv'-iiiiih ('im!, nnd ,1  fix or mven   iinnithi'.   *-11��������� 1 ^��������� 1 v*   li ������������������  l/Ol'll    rl'Cllli'd,     Thill     Villi    l!ll?Ul'(!  yas for conLiii*.!,  bjili'lnii   and  for  111 1IIV1*  I IMU,     IMlli'MII   M IIIUII, KIV*  irnl   )iii..lici   1������t.*nt*-   1,1   li;o   eily  ���������would imvo lav!i put  on of htiii-  lU'Pfi, not tu    WiUiilliill      111   l.MVBpH-  \ion;    Ma .y p'������������������pic,    1  (ournc, hc-i  iiovn  hey i''-   .i.i-  ��������� i'lii,'"   uilln.ut  lhe latter, -.:,'i     Ao-.*  b <ik  up. u  ihom us 1. i'.-   ' .1.  ��������� Vci' lji.-.Y    ���������   >    -  Bie upp-tri 1.   .    hi."  Vf ile.���������*" .'-'i''1"  a eai'eer whicli even the west has  seldom equalled, although for  pure eussediiess there have heen  few lands more lo the foro. Wn������.  ner's last oiHcial act as1 western  bad nian was the ehootiiiff of a  provincial constable on' March  fourth during a scuilie which ensued when the prisoner -was  caught red-handed in one of his  store-breaking picnics. For many  years "Wagner has been a star  name on Uncle Sam's had books  and during the past three years  he has also won a prominent place  on thoseof Miss Canad-u. Wagner's methods, his daring, and  singular success1 have made him  an extremely picturesque character and it is regretted tlmt he was  unable to end his  career, without  jLUuiikig_hiB^h an ds^\ villi blood.-  There are some criminals for  whom the police entertain a feeling almost amouiitino' to affection  i'hey are prime objects of at ten  tion for so.'long Unit they become  almost pets.  Most of- Wagner's opei'aiiun*-  wero carried out with tho aid of a  motor-boat, which boat, while or-,  dinaiily painted white, was subject to the most extraordin irv  el.t.nges, When the police were  fcmu'iiig-Ilio waterways with tele  scopes lur a white boat,' they  often saw a green or a.'grey boat  hut the hues were never quite the  lines of Wagner's boat ancl the  ci'lor   most   certain I v  novor  was  *  white.    Jl was fi-bnqnonlly dis  Civeredthat   Waunui'   eaiiiiinulv  re painted   his bout and that   his  skill  as a carpenter stood him ��������� in  good stead in temporarily altering  its contour.    For years he   went  his   (langermis" and   adventurous  way,   robbing    post   oilices   and  stores, smuggling opium and olh'  unvibu   defying tiie   lawt- of   two  lands until   at I11M, in hi,-* exireni  ity, he committed ihe one  crime  which   lhe courts uf nil lands  ex  piate with lliodocrV life. --Sutur*-  fc-tilllSCt,   <*.   .Mr. James Canlu-w ol' Cnmox,  i.s in town for a few days, and is  the guest of Mr, and   Mrs. Penc-  Clarence I>irrow, the Chicago  lawyer, who has been llu* ndvo.  cute of labor in its oiiiiri trials in  the (j, is,, is completely hi'oko,  JI is fortune of SliiO.OOO litis been  ���������JWidlowed it-- in the t!��������� l���������*������ 1 -*���������    I'wed  *  upon liim aud grnwi/ig out of llie  McNiiiniiru cast***  Canada, m ide pay-ible to die Honour  able the Minister of Public Works, for a  bun. equal' to 10 rer cent of the tender,  which shall bt forfeited if the party ten-,  dcring.decline ic enter inlo contract  when called upon to do "so, or if he lull  to" complete ' the work:contracted " for.  The cheques ot certificates of deposit ol  unsuccessful tenderers will be returned  lu then upon the execution of the  contract.  On W'cdnesdiiy tvoning before  W. W. Willard and T. E. Uaie.-J.  PV, Stephen Minichl:wn- charged  with cat,sinsi the deith if G Cori  linarza and K. D.ivit'g at* No. 8  shaft on April 19 h ' '��������� he- evidence was considered ' sullicieiit lo  commit the ; *iuc'u?ed for trial.  A Hinihir chuige ugainti. llo'A  .Miller will c mu up for pielinii-  nary" hearing on Tluirsd-iy even  evening!  2f**o>-tf'--V������**'^ ������-^Ms!**-^^-^^*s^  MAROCCHl BROS    H  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF     '  CUMBERLAND   BGTTL'NG VVQRKS *  Supplied to the Public',  O R D E RS must be ��������������� 1 ven   not" later  than I'O. A.M.   to, ensure   delivery  same  clay.       v  ...  G33J'5J?0?������ar-y3i3S933S������J3i.*i)  nnillllllllllllll!lilllllll!lil||l!!IIUIIII!:i!li:il!:ill||||||tll!ll!lllllllllllllllll!lll!l!l|||!������^  11  r-i -j  GIDEON HICKS  PIANO COMPANY  a  GOVERNMKNT'ST.    ���������  '    ..-     Complete Stock of uYe  .   VICTORIA, IJ.'C,  u " s  Qldc Firme"  Agents for Pilsener Drewing Company's T.KER  ���������  Wholesale Dealersoiu all Kinds of  Wines aud Liquors.    "  t"-"SECON D���������STREET-~  W*imP  ���������    ������������������,'������������������ i   v< ������ -     _;'  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE*  CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  Issued by Tlie Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting1 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 Slates, are issued at  tho following- rates:  $5 nnd under    3 ccnta  Over    5 and not exceeding $10...........   0    "  "     10      " " SO 10    "  "30      "* " 50 15    "  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should be mado by moans of our 8PECIAL' FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at roasonablo ratos.  CUMBERLAND BEANOH .'   .... W," T. WHIIF, Manager  Don't Read This I  Unless it Concerns Voa.  of Ztrs COMOX CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY ������ ^  Ox Beet  BEST QUALITY ONLY Daily Fed Pork   SI������K(;IALS THIS WKEK   II011111 Ciirod Uiioon���������uriBiiKilceil '-'���������'o u* Hi 1'i.liitom A 1 Qiuiluy, per otioU $1,(10  ]\ nt Sinol<i..| 11 min 'jfioj) r Hi Cut. t-jicr mick   I .fid  <Jn..uiiiu \V ll"l,ii������l'n;(iii.,,,,.M8(ijior \h KuidiHli Wh to Tun.ii'H   1,50  Vi������ry IJi-H. li-������H������-rt. Afiiifit* . .Si Ofi not  lli'llH- Hi* t, Qunlil  (loll  Ouin. h- tin; liOHt  II !b< for 20(1 Loonl J'^iohIi Kuan....'A01 dnz: 'A Ao/. _ 1.00  ������.. "Dominion Pianos j Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  WRITE -FOR CAT-.A LOG ��������� ANi) PRICK LISTS.' .���������  Convenient Tenns'of Payment Arranged. -  ri  n  |j ���������  0"'  -j-j,  K.  .    ������  U":  .,   :-;  ���������ii  tie  '  11   I  fi**  J     809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P.O.   VICTORIA, B. C  U * .'  7X7M !i!iiiii!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiu;iiiiiii!iiiiii iiiiii:!i:iiiinii:j liiiiiJiiiiiiniiiKiiiiiHiiiiui'ii  3i  a.  ii:iiin:iii!i!:i:ii!i!!iiiiiiii!iii:;ii!iiii!!iiiiii!i!ii!i:;!!!!uii:i!,-.-i<  i������J'i*������.'*JWCy-y*^-^aL^^i_ir^���������^  !ill!llllll!!iriflllillli!l!!lll!lilllllll|||||| lllllllllllllllllllliWillllllliilllllliiluiillllliliiliiiiiiiiiiiiMia^  g  Capital Prtid Up $ 11,560,000,  Koservo $13.0C0,00O  ������,  j   The Royal Bank of Canada,   j  ������ DRAFTS -ISSUED   IN   ANY'  CU UI! KNCY,   PAYA15LE   ALL \  ������ OYEll   THK". WOI-ILIa j  | SPECIAL ATYENTION paid to SAVINGS ACGOUKTS'ife iiitt*io-i [���������  i   at highest  Currn't Ra'ics alKiWud on l'*.*������o-it*-of $1 :it;d upward***. nt  CUMBERLAND, B. C,, Bmnch, Open Daily,  UNION WHARF, B.C.,   Sub-Brach, OpenThurednys  D. M- MORRISON, Manager.  1 COURTENAY,. il, 0 ,    Branch,    Open Dnily. ,   f\,  I R. H. HARDWICKE, Mnnngeri %  '%|IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIII1I!1IIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIII!IIIIIIIIII!III^  i  tf  I  I  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC '     ������������������   7    CONVEYANCING  m  1U1  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  "uwt.'vtua-a-un  ���������^j ^.������������������ - - m^ M^.��������� ^.n^n.umUntt m m m-mm AnuMu**jpiu������nii u-uttt-%4, a  =V. B0fi0^fl=  ���������"T-l M-iMl   >n_l-if_n_|  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  tmwnmwvwv*  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  )UK<', KmhIi, per ill.  1 1  *  1 t  "   1 1  wiih-Uo t. Qnnlilv  250 po lb Jin ib.it, l*'io I-, l������wc������t mnrlm*-. \������U:e....  onu -M.nlu Mlnco M- nf  'ifta per II) .Siil-no", I'rcnli, \owtnt nuirkiif. ptco....  iin, h- tin.- liOHt  II !b< for 2l)(i Loonl J'iohIi limit,,,.ll-'u ftv/.\ 'A Any.fyb  Orders by Phone Promptly Attended to. Phone 25  ���������vi'.    Wiiiit������  '. ;vi f, they  ���������������������������; i'i u iiult.  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