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The Cumberland News May 21, 1913

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 I1.'  V  yj&s   ���������  - ��������� .*  ^y������S '/> s\>:i. s Y *^~-e-<  . /  ^v,u^K7?  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Twentieth Yeau  CUMBERLAND, B. C., WEDNESDAY,. MAY 21, :9r  Subscription $1.00 a Ykar  ^-m******* ^/������G^S^ -A*V*-^S^������^������^rt^'*aH^  The Store  ofQuality  The Store v3^  ofQuality    ,  The Big Store.  . ���������Sf?-"  Your New  Summer Suit  WHAT INTEREST vill you  draw i'U yi'itr p rs< nal -cai*it*al  tin** Bainraor ?   Ho-v much will  V^'Vy^- ''���������*''���������'$������'��������� ���������V'-'^l^&il a ^-i- diff. ienoo clotl-iiif* i-mlus  V-^ip^'-^'i*;^'T-^*.-*^SVwV'^y in their pcwor to altiMot or're-  -^������������������*-y^-;V:\l^\;.**-\.'^.".^'/   "pel vour interest.   Lo.-lc** pn-s-  ���������/&?&.-.< l>\������%\-*:.*&&       pcrfcus anil yon will ho, pio.por-  Banquet Given to  W. E. Lawrence  $  fe V J*%V*j^>- J-  kfY-^mk'x^:r..  I*'.:.: Jy,,������.?������������������< *���������/������*���������-.*.s .-'*;.?  V- T; '��������� ������������������:" ������? ***:**..���������"* i:   7 l  ".>**?���������  ������������������"3 $���������& ^K;j  $X7-A  fey}  ������777 -A  f ��������� ���������**_; *.*������  \wf$ -  ... % 4Yy  1  mi  W.-f  .ous.   O'oi'd cl iti.itig makes yoa -  "Look Good " "KoliiooV'm.d  , -'Ms-kcCl *-d."   . Youi- bail!-: Recount wil also bo bigg*-*", -if you  buy y< ur cluili- s horo.  ,   Wu Ji ivo just retoivi A��������� *  $1?2G0 worth of  uProper"  clotnes  y  by.rxprouH. You want a 'viae  Suit for His 24 h. nml' wo b**ve  tlie right ������������������p-to-il..to jjo. cl.-, the  projn !' etylo-i. nsid yricVs lijjli'-.  . .'ilsiVl any difliculu in s������v,:"S  n g")cil[fit ? i; so, iry n ; wo gnat  antoo^ en-feet,fiunij*- ^it:mc'iita. ,  i  SIMON LEISER & CO., LD.   to   At a banquet tendered Mr. W.  E, Lawrence, late niiiiniiiver of the  I5ig Store, hy tlie Uuuiherland  Board of Trade at tho Oniuborhuul  Hotel on Friday evonin-j* lust*,  on  tho ovo of his departure from this  city, ho was presented wiih , tlio  fojlowint- address:- ;'  *  Mr, Lawrence, we have met  you tonight, around the ��������� festive  board to assure you of our esteem  and affectif-n, and to express to  you our keen regret and feeling  of personal loss at your departure from our midst During  your residence amongst us you  have ever been foremost in furthering the interests of the com .  inunity and wg have learnt to  rely upon your active." co-open  tion in .everything appertaining  to the welfare of our city.' With  sincerity we wish- you '-God  Speed," and   trust, that,   amidst  ���������     *"' *  success and prosperity 111 oilier  parts, you will sometimes .spare  a kindly thought to your, friends  in Cumberland. '    **������������������ '  Signed on behalf of the Board  of Trade aud other.friends  -   "      ' J,*N, MoLEOD  "- ." riu-'siiJKNT,  -Mr. aud Mrs. Lawrence left the  hospitable shores of Vancouver  ���������Iolaud--on-Sund;ty-a-fferiiOon-amiu-  ihe tooting of-- automobile horns  aud other demonstrations of farewell. ,   y  U. M.W.ofA.  Leader speaks  Frank   Farrington   Spoke   Here  Sunday Afternoon���������Urges  the  Mon to Stand Kirm���������U. M,  W. of A. Behind Thom  -'���������Knuik Famngton of the United Mine Workers, addressed q,  meeting Sunday afternoon on the  waterfront.  , ������������������Mr. .Farrington   is   certainly  the most able speaker' of his organization   that has   beon   heard  here,    He lias   a good presence,  good   delivery   and speaks   with  moderation.    His  address was  a  strong appeal to the men now ont  to stay out.   ' That thoy would be  backed up financially by the U.M,  W.-of A-.*,   the ��������� speaker' assured  his hearers. - The U. M. W. of A.  were iu the light to a finish according to Mi\ Farrington.    The entire membership of. tho organization, -were behind   the   Islanders  and have as much  interest in the  fight as if they were participants.  The United Mine  Workers would  look aftor the finances "iE the men  would stay firm.    He drew'attention to the.way m which'the  organization were supporting Cnni'  berland  and .Ladysinith" families  who were out, -  lie  warned . the  men against" accepting any other  terms   from   tho,  Western _.Fnel  s  B-EsaaBK.-a-ftM1"^^  m*u* a--*******--*m������������t**~**-M**������--������***^^  Special Sale of Mens Suits-  Regular $36 values.....'  for *3 LOO  Kegular   35.00 :....'.  for   30.00  Pvegular   33.00 ' ;t'or   28.00  Hegular   32.00. '...,..-... .for   27.00  llegular '30.00 '.  for' 25.00 - ,  Kegular '27.50..'. ! :fur * 22.50  Kegular   27 00  for   22 00 .-  Kegular   22.50 ,'. for   17.50  ���������������������������~o- /  Men's Negligee Shirts with collars..,...   from,$1.50  ' Men's Combination Collar Shirts..'. ...from   1.25  Men's Summer Underwear .- ,per suit   1.00  Men's Hard and Soft Felt ilat6  7... from   J ,25  Boys' Shirts, Negligee and Combination Collar, .from ���������  00c  Footwear >of   Every    Description  THE CORNER STORE  ^Jift^^t/^ii^^fmtt^rtt (Jl^J^il^.f^^(i^lli^^V^C^-^^-3^-J''^f*^  '���������u^^r'n*-r*r*������ *mra~Mt*ati*Mi*um������iecuu������2t2aLUi3ru*T:  ('apt. Adolf Anderson, a prominent.Union Bay citizen, honored  Cumberland with a visit last  week. We hear that lhe captain  in'c-nded delivering one of his i'a-  ni'Ui-i 'omporuuee addresses here,  but failed to connect, having fallen by the wayside. The captain  must have been linaiicially em  harassed, as he was trying lo negotiate a loan for the purpose of  releasing certain* goods and chattels in tlio keeping of his "imclo."  This is the unvarnished tale that  Adolf poured into unsympathetic  ears in this oilicc.  The lisli at Courtenay wore  very lively on' Sunday, though  slow to * bile. Wo hear  that Airs.. ������������������Jack" ,Hoe caught  three nice trout, their total weight  being nine poumlH, hesiden having  the ill luck ol* losing two iluo fit-h,  much larger   than   any  iirotiglil  Lome���������-"of C(.mii,ko,,-~although Mr  J leap, who is staying with Mrs.  Rje, caught onu of nearly four  pouud.H    Honest !  Dr.   Kerr,   den list,  is at   the  Ciimheiiand  Hotel.  ��������� Mcs-u's Hot ace McIMiec and  J, \V. McKenV.ic, of the Courtenay Liberal Association, have  \ioon :i 11110111(0*1   'li'l^-rfltr.'-   ft   nt  lend the Provijicial Liber*1.! Con-  'venlion to be held at Kevelstoke  ou May 27, ?,H and 29. Mr. VV.  K Lawrence has been appointed  to repicsent llie Cuinherlaiid  Liberal Association.  Game warden Daw*lev recent 1\  * *  secured fi conviction agaiust two  Japanese, for catching trout in  the Courtenay, river, under tho  size limit, which i.s eight inches.  They were fined $20, including  costs,    (r. K.   Bates,   J.   P.,   of  Courtenay, tried the case.   <s>   The CavaloUi ' Society held  held their annual picnic . at the  lake on Sunday Iteta informs  us that they had 11 grand time.  ' . J)   Mr. J. Moscrop intends putting ou a first-class automobile  stage between Nanaimo and Cum  berland, He expects to start the  route ou Monday morning.  Vtx. Moscrop has purchased a 30 h, p. Stanley fitenm car,  which will carry twelve passengers. , It i.s his intention to leave  the Wilson hotel for Cuiubci-  laud on Monday, Wednesday and  Ktiday nuunings, ret u in iug ou  Tuesday,- Thursday aud Satur  day -mornings, The ear is a new  one, aud Mr. Moscrop thinks  that he will have little difficulty  in keeping up a regular schedule  duryig the.summer. T.he ached  uie as above outlined i.s su'-jed  lo change after the car has been  ou the run a short time and the  exigencies of the fallli*.  learned  'Olif,,:-.    '���������   ..I.-,,      I.,11.      ,   I'      flii������ll,f.-  1 ���������������(.;������.   1.1 m-ti          O.    u   U..'*...  cat being pul on   tii-;   1 (in   between J'arksville   and   Cumber  land by  another party.*���������-Nauai-  IlernUi.  Tenders are being callH/nr'a  daily mail service from Cumberland to Minto, Courtenay aud  Comox.  A, Brilliant  Defense  The following is taken from  the Nanaimo, Free Press of the  14th iust., in   reference^ to   the  Mr. 0. R. Mills of the Big  Store staff, .vi I leave ou Friday  morning for Toronto, as a delegate from St. (Jcorgc'.s PaVoy-  tcrinu church to the Pie-Asfem,  bly Conference lu be held in that  ���������:.n in ���������June Mr. Mills will ie-  Kuril about tin- middle of July.  ��������� ������>   ���������   Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Thom  sou and their sou-in'Jaw aud  daughter, Mr, and Mrs. McGregor, arrived from Nanaimo by auto ou Monday, Mr. and Mrs.  Thomson have recently returned  .from Scotland.  Miss Gladys Lewis, returned  home by Friday's boat from Nan-  nimo, whero she had Weir spending a month wiih her hi uteri Mrn.  Gtn'igi* (tr-iy.  Tommy U binson  is  mining  jthe   Star   Cafe.   And   Toinmv  IknnwK'hov,   4fc -���������  A "Weary Willie" took advantage of the absence of Mr. nud  Mrs. 1*. P, Harrison from their  residence on Monday night to  enter and comfortably settle .him  seU on the front room couch and  go to sleep. He was the subject  of a rude awakening when Mr.  Harrison and a policeman ap  pcared ou the scene, and was  highly indignant at being disturbed. He was taken to the  ���������'Cooler-" to complete his slum-  lvr.  ���������'��������������������������������������������� " ��������� * o -  The continuance of investigation into the accidental death,of  the two men. at Ni). 8 shaft last  month, was called for Tuesday  evening,but was post poued.owing  to the witnesses at* then hospital  still being unable to attend.  This strike on Vancouver Is^  land is working out.a "bonanza''  for the Pacific Coast coal opeia  tors.  The Royston sawmill is near'  ly ready to cut lumber.  General Man.iger Coulson. ot  the,Canadian Collieries, arrived  in town from Victoria this wee!;,  accompanied by Mrs. CouUou.  1 1ITI      .   I t , ,1 1    ,       .     * .... I*  "A   \-���������\\   ,!>'W\\V        UA.'      1  Ai...... 'm,    *')'   u������  DunPinuii Avi-nue for the 21th of  May, or any other day'f Why the  need of so much urging to keep  our principal thoroughfare in u  decent eoiiiiiiioii, when lho ciiy  hai a man partly i"': ik.-.t purpose ? Tim trouble in. thut ..no  half i-f llu* cjfv i-' rrniichy i-<*;r,iii>t  the ether half, and as long a* this  frrliii'M'.\i.'.ls lilth', if nny- W'A  Will lie ncvomj-lisho'l,     "  Company   excepting through   the  U. M. W. of A. "   '   -  l<Mr, Farrington's remarks  were.along similar lines that the  othor lr. M, W.'.ojA. organizers  liavo given from the platforms of  ���������Nanaimo for months past, except  iug that they wero "better stated  and lacked statement--, of a hit-hly  declamatory nature,  '���������Mr. Farrington took  full res'  ponsilnlity   for lhe   situation   in  Nariainio, stating thai he, and he  alone, \yas the man who called the  .strike hero,"���������Nanaimo Herald.  ������  SUMMER MAIL  SKRVIOK  The following is   the   change  in the mail service   starting this  week:  Steamer's   arrival   at   Union  Bay-  Tuesday evening 6.30  Thursday evening 6,30  Saturday evening 6,30  Trains leave the station for Union Hay as follows:  Tuesday evening....5 o'clock  Wednesday morning 7  Thursday evening.. 5  Friday morning.... 7  Saturday evening.. 5 only  11  Lawyer Harrison left in his  auto 011 Tuesday for Nanaimo on  business and returned on Wednesday, it        ���������     .  Ab, Grant i.s cha .ITeur fur Mr.  Coulson,  defense of Henry'Wagner by-V.  B. Harrison, barrister.^of-Nanaimo, and brother of P, P. Harrison, our local barrister:.  ''Whilst all concerned are to  be congratulated ou the alacrity  and businesslike manner with  which the trial of Henry Wagner  was conducted,a word of praise is  due to Counsel Victor Harrison  for the brilliant and clever defense of the unfortunate prisoner.  If the latter is to pay tlm extreme penalty for, his life of lawlessness, his able young counsel  with all that human eloquence  and keen logical skill could  achieve, pleaded strongly for acquittal. No light tas.k was that  of defending one wdiose reputation had been so sadly besmirched with crime and violence.  Aud good law and tho safety oT  the community demand that  thoso guardians of our lives aud  homes should be justly protected  from the perils which attend  them at Ihe hands of such as set  peace and good order at defiance,  If it were possible to find a weak  spot in the evidence, a loophole  iu the tightening meshes of justice g r i p p i u g slowly  asound the accused, a stmv  pniut in the hitter's favor, or a  fact lhat might appear to lack  conclusive evidence, these did  not escape ihe vigilant eye of  Counsel Victor Harrison, As a  barrister, if ho has not succeeded  iu saving rhe life of his luan.he is.  nevertheless to be congratulated  on making the best possible of'a,  forlorn and  "apparently hopeless  case.    His skill   is   undoubted, .  and one  trusts   lhat   eventually-  ���������li e-wil l-whirthatrn iehe���������i 11���������1 egal���������1  circles for which his   gilts   ancV  ability justify him..'  Twelve thousand tons of coal  have   recently   arrived    at   Saiv;  Francisco from  Japan    for   the'  Western Fuel Co. .  Mr. Fred Jarrett, late of the.  Patricia Hotel, Nauaimo, is iu  .town renewing old acquaintances. Mr, Janvtt has recentlv*  purchascd the well known Sbm-  eerset Hotel, ' situated ou lhe  '���������Oadadian Hignway," about six  miles from Nanaimo. The Somerset Hotel, being a favorite resort for hunters and fishermen,  Mr. Jarrett intends remodelling  the hotel to meet with the ic  qiiircmcnls which tho trade calls,  for. He intends making a spe-  ialty of catering to automobilists,  travellers and sportsmen,  We hear that a move is being  made to bring out the MaiuLiud.  coal miners,  Over #1300 in cash have been  su beer i bed for the 24th of Mny  celebration. "Now what,do you  know about that?" Won't she  be a daudv 7  Uev, J. F. Betls, a prominent  Methodist divine of this province  for many yenss. died at Vaueou>  ytr ou the 13th iust., iu hi>70U1.  year   Ho was a grand  irtnn.  _ra__ir;.iiZacos^^  PBELLS  The Latest Colorings in Floor Oils and  Linoleums now in stock.  * 11  Japanese Matting, a good variety of Patterns  in a heavy wearing quality at 25c. per yd.  ���������CARPETS AND RUGS  Tc.pootry Squares in nil  sizes from $12.00 to $18.00  Tapestry and Axminalcr Kuga from 51.25 to :|5������00  :  CAMPBELLS  ���������* *���������;*."������-**������������������- *wi".'(i!*,^-''������'i* us**.  <*������������������  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. a  *.y\.  ft  v  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E. R.' Punshon  Ward, Lock & Co, Limited  ���������London, Melbourne A Toronto. //  \t  '"  (Coatlnuefl)  CHAPTER V.  A Poet at Home  To many who have never read and  who probably never will read, a line  ot his writing!*, (lio features of the  poet and-critic, Wilton Mayno, have  boon made familiar by the numerous  portraits that havo appeared of him  in the various journals and periodicals  ot the day. These as a rule do him  less than Justice, for they show a  J|orru aud features ' essentially commonplace���������a round little man with a  tubby face, he has beeu described by  the reporter* of a halfpenny paper���������  and a look at his pli(J*ogi*aph, ami, in  fact even a casual'glance at himself  might make tlie description seem as  apt as it is certainly unflattering. But  10 know him better, to meet him and  enjoy a talk with him, always seemed  (-oniohow to change entirely onc"s  whole conception of the man's appear-  i.nce. For when he talked, the slow  movemenls of the round "little body  vwuld grow dignified and even graceful from their sheer intensity of feeling; the tubby face would change* and  {.tow' vivid and eager; and tho eyes  of so curiously dark a hue that they  often seemed' quite black, would glow  and'sparkle till the visitor could understand something of tho influence that  this man exeit-ised In English literature���������an Influence which the scanty  bulk of hia work, and the still scantier  number, of his readers, hardly seemed  to justify.-  There are two men in Wilton Mayne  the well-known editor of the Weekly  Review had once said'.' There's the  ordinary, average, cvery-day man and  'here is ihe poet, the man of genius,  who* only seems to como to the top  when some-thing happens to stir him  up..  Soriie.people would have added that  * there' was a third personality under  , Wilton IM ay no's skin���������that of tht  prompt, comfortable, shrewd man of  business; and these might havo certainly urged that he looked Chat part  to perfection as he sat this morning  In his pleasant rooms in George Street,  Piccadilly, fcusy with his morning's  correspondence.  Differing from other men ot letters  In many ways, Wilton Mayne differed  -u&Ehans-most_of all i,n_.th_ fact that  nobody 'could well have had less vanT  ity. Yet he certainly couldnot help  being ."both. pleased and gratified by  the reception accorded to -his recent  book of verse, which had not only been  very well reviewed but had actually  achieved a certain sale. Better than  ���������Uiat*to Wilton Mayne's mind was the  fiiot that lo a great extent it had beon  understood, and Uiat it was being discussed with seriousness and comprehension. Almost every morning  there was some letter from some unknown correspondent-to prove that the  message of the book had not been  lost.  Abovo all tilings, ho meditated  aloud, poetry must justify itself,-since  otherwise It can havo uo right to -exist at, all, an'l I hope���������-I hope���������, he  repeated gently with a softness in his  eyes as l\o laid down the letter from  ii recently bereaved widow ho had just  been reading. I hope that my book  is proving lis right to live. Well, Monday, what Ib 11? ho addod with a sharpness his voice -seldom took on.  Ills valet had just entered tho  room, lie was a singularly'tall and  powerful-looking fellow with a scowling, evil faco and narrow eyes in  wliich cunning and ferocity seemed to  mingle in equal proportions. liis thick  lips anil yellow skin told that ho was  (if w'fcro raco, a fact also ehown by  his .curling hair, of which ho was inordinately proud, and which ho kept  plentifully aniiointcd with odorous  hair-oil, It waa perhaps to his negro  blood llmt lie owed also ltla tuayni-  lloonlly wliilc and evon teeth,'  Mr. Thorold's below, filr, he Bald,  hl'i nllltudo nnd voice perfectly ro-  Kjieelful, nnd yot about hlni a kind of  i-iilHli]i.'il. insolenco and familiarity,  whllo liln bold cye!f rovoil up and  down tlio room wMh nn Almost bruihl  riirlo-'lty,     Shall lchow lilm up, uir?  Of t-ourHO, of courso, you know,I am  *.���������>,livo'.!in* liim, suld Mayno Impatiently, lie turned in hia chair, thriml-  Ing away llirs- piipora with which lie  had boon occupied. Show Mr. Thor-  (.Id up nl ouce, Monday, ho wild again,  Thu vfilet withdrew, and Moyno  looked lifter hlni with a troubled  Irown on hi;, usually placid brow.  I ilmll i-rot rid of tlmt fellow, lie  raid; ho unrmyn ino- -lilo mariner Ih  ���������iHi'it iniiolcnU-iipoii my soul, I bo-  lli-ve lio frlglitciiii nio. You, I wlll  iTi'inliily got rid ut him at once. ,1  cannot linnj'lno why I hnvo kept lilm  vo bnuc Ah, Tliorold, my dear follow, l nm dollglited to eoo you nt hurt.  llu sprang up eiU'crly uy> Thorold  crime with slow and heavy ctopa inlo  Crf- ronjii, but lil,**. wnriln of wclcomo  died nn lils lljiii and lho wnlk! failed  lY'iin hU fuce, as ho ������nw how grim  mul ghiislly tho other looked. Ah,  li<> hi*Ul softly, whal bus happened���������  J'r.uik.'  Vi'l'l.vU' i-1 j.ly'r,- Tl.rroM drnprM  lioiull:* Into a (hnlr, his wholo man.  iu*r iiiilii-allv') of a weakness and de-  Men and Women Cured  of the Drink Habit  BY  THE  NEAL  THREE DAY  TREATMENT  There Is no longer, any excuse for  to tho drink habit. 'Whether you d  fmpairs' your vitality and your self-  wider its influence and cannot stop  The Neal Three Day Treatment  moves all alcoholic poison from tho  mind to normal healthy condition.  NO HYPODERMIC INJECTION  The Ncal Treatment is a, purely  aJJy.  Our Drug Habit Treatment is equ  our Treatment for the Drink Habit.  any man or woman being a slavB  rink in moderation or to excess, It  control until you are completely  .without medical treatment,  is a pronounced success. It re-  system and restores   nerves   and  S,  NO  BAD AFTER  EFFECTS.  vegetablo compoiiud taken internally as safe, suro and effective as  Write for full information.  THE NEAL INSTITUTE CO., LIMITED  405 Broadway,  Winnipeg  2244 Smltl-  Street,  Regina  820 Thirteenth Ave., W.  Calgary  pression almost pathetic in one by na-,  nature so strong and self-reliant, lt  was as though this vigorous soul had  at last come into contact wi*Lh something stronger than itself and had been  thrown back again as much bewildered  as bruised.  Bad news, no 6loep, no food, muttered Mayne to ' himself; hia quick  sympathy, as Intuitive as a woman's,  at once aroused. He turned hurriedly to a massive sideboard secured by  an unusually strong letter lock. This  he opened and drew out a spirit 6tand,  also locked and then gave a sharp,exclamation of annoyance aa ho saw  that one of tihe bottles it held was  empty and the other nearly bo. Why,  Thorold, 'ho cried over his shoulder;  this beats all. My -whisky has been  going at such a rate that I was forced  to suspect Monday. So 1 put it under double loci and key, and.,I'll be  hanged if it isn't going even faster  than before. I have no 'doubt it i3  Monday, but how he manages to get  it I can't imagine. "Upon my word  he added, while for a moment his  clear, dark blue eyes seemed to cloud  over with' a strange suggestion of furtive cunning, I think 1 shall have to  keep tho rascal .till I find out.  He mixed a whisky and soda1 and  took it across *-to Thorold,, who still  sat in the same drooping attitude that  consorted so ill ��������� with his fierce and  wilful personality.  Drink this, my dear fellow, said  Wilton Mayne in his soft voice of gentle sympathy,- and then tell' nie- what  has happened.  Thorold' took  the   glass   but  only  touched liis lips with the contents, and  put it down on the table near him.  , WolLlifl-saiiLahniplly. I went to that  ARE YOU USING  E. D. SMITH'S  JAMS  TJie Jam of Absolute  Purity  JUST LIKE  MOTHER  FREE OF LUMBAGO  _ooauio Ha Took GIN PILLS  J.fr. H. A, Jukes of Winnipeg writes:  "I have been a sufferer from Lumbago  IciJiflUlS l^rtf J1*-1*- tmii your Mr.  , JIM and lie s'iri!**-! me,t9.wke GIN  VlhW, I hnve beet^ukiiij-lh:-'** at  intervals during the truly pan of the  ���������pres-f nt winter, and updo date Jicvt* had  ���������no return of tny old tiunWe-iu La I  feel latter than I have for years, nod  think lh.it my old enemy has vAiii-hed  for good ������ml all."  JOC. & l/-x, ���������$ for f :..y, f-.m-Me free if  yen write National Uni-; nml Chcunu.l  Co. cf Can-Ada, l,imite<l, 'i'moiUft.    ', ,j  VV.M.U.   Wl  house of which you told me-.  Ah, exclaimed Mayne eagerly, and  was Frank there?  Yes, answered Thorold, ho was there  ���������with a bullet through his head..  Oh, my.God, do you mean dt? cried  Mayne, leaping to his feet and looking  very pale and disturbed; what���������oh,  poor Frank���������why, that is-worse���������why  No, lit was not suicide, returned  Thorold in the samo harsh tone, not  suicide, for tiie shot had bocn iircd  at a distance.  Not suicide repeated Mayne In a  dazod tone, but���������but��������� His face was  pale as death, his volco trembled.  Thorold, Thorold, ho said, what are  you telling me? *  . That it was murder, Thorold answered; but who ifl it that Is listening  nt Uio door?  Mayno mado ono leap to it, ahd  flinging it open disclosed ��������� his valet  tiio man Monday, otooplng on tho  threshold in an attitude that left no  doubt what ho had,boon doing, Ordinarily a'man of'gentle, even timid  ���������nature, Mayne.flew now iuto a violent  temper.  Out of my house, ho shouted, as  Monday beat a hurrlod retreat, take  yourseif off���������thoro nro your wages-  pack nnd bo off wJUiJn an hour or  I'll call In Uio police. And don't writo  to nio for a character, either. Monday disappeared beforo tho torrent of  tho littlo poet's Invective, nnd Mayno  roturn od to Tliorold, panting wllh  his anger. Tho villinn- ho said, but.  thank heaven, I am rid of him now.  It's a relief to bo rid of lilm. Upon  my om>1, I don't know why I kept  hira bo long, but it's ft relict to bo  rid of lilm now. Upon my word, 1  boliovo lho fellow half frightened mo  ���������ho always gavo mo Uio Idotv of know-  lug coiiiothlng, ftomo profound und  awful fiecrct, ho repeated musingly,  ua hn Hung himself down In tho near-  cut chair, and na If Uiobo words  troubled him, ho repented them over  to himself in apparent forgotfulncp-s  of Uio newn that Uio nioniant before  lio had roceivod wllh ������vo much agitata I on.  Tliorold did not speak or tnko nny  notice of thl������ interlude,'--but Jinn wit  ut Ul aa boforo In hia prov^ua altitude,  of cxlt.'iuBled liidlff������rori<|(i'y*. Slowly  Mayno uoeuied to remotiiber, liifl -ox-  prtvsKion dhangod and ho shivered  olltftUy. .'';.   ...  ���������  Hut Thorold, ho Bald, tiilo In'tor-  rlhlo now**, terrlblo ncwo.       .   ���������  Thorold did not jitihwop, but h<* r,avo  Mavno Just ono glauco Uiat mndo lho  liuio poet feel how words woro foolish  tilings.   " /  ' Whnt have   you   flonn?   ho   naked  sharply; poor Frank, poor Frank. Hut  whit jinvn vrni ilonn, Thorold?   What  jnhavfi you dono?   Uoon your mou.*.!  knoi*iV     Wind will )fj di'? i  Mother docs not know nnd  muptl  never know, mm-on-d Tliorold tdowly.  As for what I havo dono, 1 have hum-  oil down tho houso whero tho murder  , wan commuted, and I havo destroyed  i FniTiH it iitiu.i  in i*i������'  ihi >,    A^. f*;r  what T havo to do���������I liavo to proscrvo  Frank's honor, let our mother think  ho has dlod by nonw accident, and  uvongo hia death. ,"*  Hut���������but��������� burnt down tho lioufif!?  Tho i-omcwliat iirniil and nervous littlo  nAot'enuM only ptaro In bltuik nmiuo-  inr-ht. v'!;*1^--.^.'1"'! iiO THnttcre-',  'unf-wrloiifdy eAuYZT, <Jl*- CS-^apfd  con*.let Oretn. My.dear Tlioroui, tla  roiw-atrtl In im-T bcwlMLrmont, do  JO".j jn*a:i   burnt down tho hous-..?  Ayo, raid Thorold. wnridorin*"* w>������*  IiIh frJi'i'.d r-honlA mi\\te him * ���������-*  irrhrx :ib:A 5,.** hitft '"        . *������-y ov-ur  Ji'it���������l.'ii--*        .���������,������.��������� Tilm onre.  ; i '��������� . flinynt* ntninmt'r*-<l ft*-������������.U>������  ��������� ,nmd r.'Aidslnr* round Uie two con-  f't-i'i   f.: ������������������.-. TJi'jrf'M   ha-! n-.r.niJor.vd.  MADE  Can be had from your  Grocer  Packed in Gold Lined  Pails  Frank murdered? The house burnt  down? But my d<?ar Thorold, the police; there are the police? *��������� ���������  The police know nothing, Thorold  answered, in the same harsh tone;  they  willo know  noihiu-g.  Mayne sat back iu his chair and"was  silent. The news oi Frank Thorold's  ,uea.UiJia{l-t_bii_che*ii_!him_i)rofoundly. the  tidings, of the burning of the" house  bewildered him���������and there was something in Thorold's grim manner and  fierce ������eyes that suggested other  thoughts.  It Js chiefly, Thorold continued, to  ask for your help in concealing what  has happened that I have come to you.  But, .cried Mayne, do you mean/-to  let poor Frank's murderers escape all  punishment? Why, it's your duty to  bring them to justice; why, as. wiclt-  cdJ/ as dangerous a gang as exist in  tlie world and they have murdered  your own brother, and you talk of letting them go froc?  I do not, answered Thorold quietly,  and Mayne gave him a look still more  troubled nnd disturbed,  But, he stammered, ynu mean���������  That I shall take their punishment  Into my own hands, Thorold answered.  Under tho circumstances, how can 1  appeal to tho law? Let all the world  know what we bollcvo poor Frank  had boon guilty of? Break mother's  (To bo,ContiuuedN  GIFT OF 72 AIRSHIPS  That Number Presented to French  Government by Private Parties  Paris, Franco,���������Some months ago  a number of newspaper proprietors  and private people -subscribed for a  present to tho French nation in Uio  form of aeroplanes.  An ofHcial Jet lor published by Uio  National Committee, which received  'subscriptions and hnd Uio aeroplane**  built, w<*ib published recently.  Seventy-two aeroplanes, all fitted  with tho latest mllltnry requirements,  wero tho fruits'of tho BubRcrlptlon.  The Journal presented Uirco mono-  pianos, each of which carries two pas-  Bongera; tho Petit Purwien presented  three, and most of tlio oilier newspapers In Paris presented ono or moro.  STRENGTH  Without Overloading the. Stomach  Tho bui-lner,- man, ospertnlly, needs  fcod in the morning that will not ovor-  load the Hionuwih but glvo mental  vigor for tho day.  .. Muoh.'dciKMidfl on the ntart a mnn  netn rfacli.dny,' as to how ho may ex-  poet to ticcompllHli tho work on hand.  Ho can't, bo alert, with a hc<ivy,  friod-men^nnd-polnloi'B breukfant ro-  ���������quiring a hwqi -vital energy In digesting it.  ������������������ %yt\ ,*,      ..-  A Wr-BtfM-rf'.DiiBlnf-aB man tried,., to  find somo food" coWljlrfiillon that,would  not orV-fWojj'-^iffitiftinri'oh in ,thp iporn-  Ing, but\tliirt-iwould pVuduco'-en'or'gy.  Ho -"vrtlttai     ���������".-     ,,-   .'.-ii,'' '��������� V  "For yeara. I waA unahlnr-tg-ftiid a  broakfaat food tliat*"- had *i* nn't'rftlon  cnougn to biiniit'ii u I.ujj!..!...,.���������> ii,,o:  irJlhiiiit (ivpr-lori'lln*', -hi'*" ntnivinfh,  cnufiln*: IntliRPBtlon nnd. klndrH^AH-  nient3. '"j^ "���������<*../  "Bc-iiiB a very busy and r.ljfih, a tery  nervoiifl man, I decided to "glvo tip.'  breakfiiHt nltogftthor.   Hut  luckily  1  ���������It i^.*.    ���������������.'--.       -    *. .       - .        . ���������      ., '  "Sinco that niornliig I have bocn a  now mnn; can work without tiring, my  head is clear and my nerves strong  and (juiot, ^  I find four U-anpoonfula of Gn\po-  Nuta with onu ot Rugar nnd u small  quantity of cold milk, lu delicious an  i'u������j vCrC11- Pftrt- ht tlio mwnirif- u\ea\,  and*tnvli**������***'*" *m** .'.<������->: *"****��������� ���������'*������.'������ i-m������4.  awrs," *Nui)i^'Tiv.*fin by Canadian  Pof,lum f>ti W|nijW)Tf o���������|. jjoud  "'* .utile book, "Tlie 3lo:;d \o Well-  villc." in iiK|?������.  "There'll a lira son."  Ever read "he it^ve letitr? A  new cr.e .ipp^.T-r from tlm? to ���������"me.  They are oenu"u* truc' arl(- ���������'u*' ������'  human Interest.  BUREAU OF BRAINS  Business Posts for Men From British  Universities  London, , England.���������A bureau of  brains, or, as it is formerally styled a  'Business Appointments Bureau,' is  now being formed to conduct a campaign in favor of a more bracing and  vigorous life on the part of our educated young men.  H. E. Morgan, of Messrs. W. H.  Smith & Son, whose- article on The  Dignity ot Business, waa recently  quoted ln the Daily Mail, supports the  scheme in an article in tho Review of  Reviews. The bureau, he points out,  will bring homo to. educated young  men the specllicplaco in business that  they are fitted to fill; It will convince  business men of the necessity for  fresh brains as well as fresh methods;  and it will act ln co-operation with existing appointments, boards and' sim-  lar organizations to bring qualified applicants for business posts into touch  with sulfonic business houses.  The bureau, contends Mr. Morgan,  should havo command of all the talent  available from public schools and universities.  The Unexpected Happened  -*Mrs. Mulligatawny needed a change  of air. The doctor was emphatic on  this point, ,ller husband, however,  being unable to go with her, she went  alone, retiring as usual to her favorite  holiday haunt.  On' the morning after- hor arrival  she suddenly discovered tliat she had  come away without her watch. Thinking, therefore, that she must havo  dropped it on the'thick carpet^in tlie  dining-room, she forthwith wired to  the maid at home".  Let me know, it you find, anything  on the carpec In the dining-room.  *   In due course she received a letter  in reply:  Dear Madam,���������I was. to let you  know if I found anything on the dining-room carpet. This "is what" I  found this morning���������three champagne  corks,*eighteen cigar ends, five cigarette ends, thirty-six burnt matches,  and���������  But. Mrs. "Mulligatawny did not read  further. And when hor husband returned -homo from the office that evening he found his faithful snouse awaiting him.  A Matter of Tact  Gloom prevailed in tiie domestic  circle���������a gloom horrible and depressing. Mr. Brown, in fact, was in a  bad temper, and as'Mrs. Brown knew,  there was only one way of curing it���������  to rouse him thoroughly, for whon  miserable himself, -ho always accused  other people of being miserable. 'He  did on this occasion.  Jane, he grumped at last, you're,as  dull as'an old owl! Sulking,' 1 suppose  because I refused to buy you that new  hat.   ,   .    **  ���������JNorsi"gh"cTQ~his-wi fe-*���������I-wasn't-thi nk-  ing about it. As a matter of fact,J  have been, tiirning.out some old loiters  and���������oh, it's nothing of importance.  Only a fit of the blues.  What letters?  Iiove-lcttors.  <*  Some I wrote to you, I suppose.  No, said his wife calmly. Some I  received beforo I met you, It's of no  consequence. None at all." How is  your cold?  Minard's Liniment Co,, Limited.  Havo used MINARD'S LINIMENT  fov Croup; found nothing equal to it;  sure cure.  CHAS. 13. SHARP.  I-Iiiwksliaw, N.B., Sept. 1st, 1905.  Irene Flew the Track  Irene is a highly valued cook ln a  north eido family. She is not oxclt-  ablo nor given to hysterics. Sho impresses ono as being calm and serene.  But on hor way* to work sho momentarily lost all sucli qualities.  Suddenly sho rushed into tho middle of tho stre-ot ecronmlng and  t-vhrlehlii'-. Sho Hirew her coat from  hor and continued to scream;  Sho  must bo  prav.y!   exclaimed  a  woman who came out. ot her house,  to soo what tho troublo was.  She's having a lit, said another,  Hut niilthor was right.   Tho cnuee  of tho commotion was n mouso -.vhieh  hod crawled into Irene's coat pdck'it  for a little snooze. ,..,-  NA-onu-oa hy/Mi  >T3 EJ<  yYlhiyyyy^  Prepare .Yourself  For Winter'* Worst  Don't wait till you have    ���������  eiught one of those nasty colds���������fortify yourself  a-jainst ihem by taking a course of       '  Na-Dru-Co Tasteless  c   Preparation of  Cod Liver Oil  r*  ���������*-*.������  This nbullder-up'' is rich In the medicinal  and nutritive, properties of the best  Norwegian Cod Liver OH���������without ths  -iiiagrecable taste. c< It &lso contains  Extract of Malt, Extract of Wild Cherry  and valuable Hypophosphites, which  tone up the whole system and particularly strengthen the Lungs, Throat  ���������nd Bronchial Tubes. '*.    ���������  In 50c. and $1.00 bottles, at  your druggist's. ~ 305  NATIONAL DRUG AND  CHEMICAL CO. OK  CANADA.     ^  LIMITED.  1400 ACRE ESTATE  People to Decide Whether to Become  Belgians or Prussians  Brussels, Gormany.���������Germany has  begun negotiations witn Belgium  (states -La Meuse, of Liego) with a  view to settling "the status ot Morc-  snet-JNeutrc, the small neutral state on  the border of Belgium s;nd Prussia.  The inhabitants, who livo in tho village of Moresnet aud who number  about .3000, wish' to come under Belgian rule".  'j**he inhabitants have the right, to decide whether they will perform military service for Prussia or for Belgium, and whether they will accept  the jurisdict ion of the Prussian or tiie  Belgian courts.  This state has an area of only about  1-400 acres. Monaco, tho -smallest  sovereign principality of Europe, has  an area of about 5100 acres.    .  Praises this Asthma Remedy.���������A  graferul user ot Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy llnds it tho only remedy that will glvo relief, though for  thirteen years , ho had sought other  help. Years ot needless suffering  may ho prevented by using this wonderful remedy at the ��������� first warning of  trouble. Its use is simple, its cost  is slight andeit can bo purchased almost auywhore.  Son���������Well,  l'vo married  her,  dad,  and that's all thoro is to It!  "Father���������You menu that is'the beginning of all thero is to lt! ���������  Drover's $100,000. Fortune  London.���������A drover named nnwllngs  dlod from oxcitcment at Peterborough,  after congratulating George Wilkinson  anothor drover, on Inheriting a fortune of $100,000.  Prejudiced Source  Won't, yolt marry mo, dear, pleaded tho actor, after his fourth divorce.  Why, I ltim.1 ot llko you, Billy, eaid  tbo actress, hut l'vo hoard so much  about you, I feel���������  My denr, hurahly intcrruptoil tho  actor, you must not boliovo all those  old wives' tales.  Forbidden Knowledge  Little Jack,-aged five, had accompanied- his mother on a trip id'tho  City. They mado tbe Journey by  trumcar.  - Presently the conductor camo round  to collect the faro-s and on approach;  ing littlo Jack, of course asked the usual question:  How old j,s the boy?  The mother informed him; then he-  passed on to the next passenger. But'  the lad who1 was.the subject o'f the  ,iiin_uirv._������at quite still apparently-pon-^  dering over something, until at last",  concluding that full information had  not been' given, he called loudly to  the conductor, now at the other end  of the car:  And mother's -thirty-five.  A sailor who had landed aftor a  long voyage, and having been paid off,  called a cab, threw his luggage insido  and jumped on top himself.  lieg pardon, sir, said the astonished  cabman, but you should get inside and  put your boxes on lop.   ,-,  Steer the craft ahead, jarvcy. Passengers, always go on deck and luggage in tlio hold, was tho reply from  the top.  Sherlocking  Mr. Holmes���������1 notico that you havo  a Tiow-kilchcnmaid.  Mrs. Bordon-Lodge���������I have. But I  think it's perfectly wonderful how you  cun make mich, accurate deductions.  Mr. 1-1 Dimes���������Quito simple, ma'am  l'vo been comparing tho thumb-prints  on tho-plat-e.s. ���������   .     ..  nelatlve of High PrusBlnn Official In  Sore Trouble  Berlin, Germany. ��������� Tim Berliner  Tageblatt confirm*- a report thnt a  PruBHlnu olllcor, a relative of 0110 of  Uio highest olhcora In tho Prussian  nrmy, lm������ been urroiitod on Biiaplclon  ot high treason, pruaumubly in tho  form of (jspioMKo.  lio wus nrromed on February ?, at  tho liif-tauc'i ot tho Imperial department of publlo profidcutioiii- tit Leipzig, Uo was inipriHoricd In Berlin,  but relcadfid on Friday on ball, osild  to amount to seven hundred thorn-mud  niarlCB. During bin livo dn.v������ ot ar-  re-st tho pi'lsoniM' was allowed to,receive his wife daily. Tho titmoHt He-  croey Ib nlis'-rvpfi with regard to lho  nnturo of tho'charge. v.      ,  A������ a vrimii** womnn attired In a nont  bluo unit ciiiercd 11 street car a until  wiii,i hiii io-Ati biiiiod in ��������� i.i ,1 i'Ui'tr,  ���������WnoMtiid offend hiu neat.    With a  -*curt'������nod lho young woman nccep'.od,  VnVd-ns noon an sho luul composed herself sho became IntoreHtcil in tho contents of her whopping hug.     In biiIU'  oT* his jippniC'iii iniM.ru-Uiu.*, .,.**: i..,.1..  with tho newspaper watched her for  a pj-onicyit-.   Thon speaking hurrii.-dly  lio suld:  I hejj yalir pardon, wliaj   \s   It?���������  wtinl did you cny?  Tlio young woman llf'/d her eye*,"  ar/l ivoln'** that r.lio ���������������;;������ .iihlrotiet),  jumworv.d coolly; I said nothing, "dr.  . ".'*. *- ",v'- ah-  ���������flt'S lM-di>*., ho A li-in-l'-". *"���������������������������  ���������Bent-minded aiir.wtr, 1   thi'iight   you  ������L!d ibank you!  Good .'rlvnd. if fntr* should Wl lifta'.ow  L'-ion, wo'll w.iy, a man HUe you,  Tho ttrubl'in** I have in* ntionf-d. *>V.  vi-Ul w-uiiM lo'i Ao'! What would  vou  do? I  Complelo In itself, Motliir Graves'  Worm J'jxtcrmliintor does not require  tho iiBHlslanco of any othor medlclno  to mnko It oIYpcUvo. It does not fall  to do its work,  Bobby wiih Buying hln prnyors In n  very low volco,  '   1 jenu't hear you dear, hia mother  whispered,  I wiiftn't talking to you, replied Bobby, firmly,  t*****W*������*    *!**������I-     P  IH-WPf���������  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  Clergyman Found Star; Awnrded  Loudon.���������The Itov. T. H. KBpln.  of Tow Law, Durham, ]s to be nwnrd-  rd tho Jnckson*Gwilt medal of tho  Royal Astronomical Society for IiIb  discovery, of a now star in. Lacerta ln  10*11 and hlfl spectroscopic work.  MOTHERLAND BABY.  A mother's greatest caro Ib thi*  henlth of hor baby���������tho prevention of  conr-vtipntion, colds, -wormn nnd other  'childhood ailments nnd tho lippplng  of her baby bnppy and strong. tiaby'H  Own Tablets are tho mother's best  friend in caring for tho baby. ��������� They  aro absolutely the beat nieillclno In tlm  world for littlo ouch. tJonci-rnlng  them Mrs. Jos. Poitnia, "Mont Louis,  Que, BiiyB: "I nm well Biitlslled with  Baby's Own Tablets having used them  for my bnby with great linnofll. Thoy  nro tho bent liwdleliio In tho world  for littlo oiifiB." Tho TnhletB uro  Hold by jiipilkdno denloTH or liy mail  ut 25 ceiilB n box from Tho Br, Wil-  11-nniB' Mt'ilidno Go., Brookvlllo, Out.,  It'H a good plnn to boliovo only half  you hoar-and forget two thirds of  that.  Many a well-rounded plirnso isn't on  tho lovcl.  Is the Target'  Aim to make that Btronjj-ftnJ df^ei-tfon ffood���������ani yim  frill keep well I Ko chain is itronffer than its weakesi   '  l|nl������.    Ko man In itronger thin lilt Btomach.    Witl, -  'itomacb disordered a train of diseaac* follow.  S^^^CtOldeiT Medical Biscovcry  ���������aktc* U.t ilpriiAth iituhl.**, th* Ihw n-tlvt *tt������ 0>r- \AtttA par*, litia tnn ,*?.  tMttl Tw>U, ������w������ fitruVM wltk-Ut the -JI* ft ������tr.oli������L fl*U by innftlt, lu ���������,  IfatRid twta at it.M p������r haoJt Ur ev*r 40 fiai*, tiling gtain} tawtciii*. r  IIy������a������r*Jcr tabledMia������tllfae4byH.V. +tet**,M.t>.,th*M f*n %���������  fcftd ������f mc������lelH<* i*u*n *rtrl*AU*x*y auO ������������������ rtctbot *l 80������ U tUau*-*-  Ciuaullno a Treasure  Wo havo n jowcl of a cook.  Tlint'e  fine.  Ye.<*, Only wo have bo rnt nt a ro������.  taurunt. threo tlmoB If week to keep  lior Jrom cornptolnlnf.; of overwork.  mmwmrtiifti'srmiiArrrsTSSSZ. .THE OT3WS. 'CUMCBEKEAND. B. C.  tf  i  l>   t  ll    ���������'  il      I  AGED PEOPLE 1  cannot properly masticate solid  foods and digestion is often ���������  upset���������ihey do hot receive the fl  needed nourishment to make j  strength and preserve health, but |  if aged people everywhere could |  only realize the strensth-sua- |  taining nourishment in Scott'*  Emulsion they would take it after  every meal.  It possesses the nourishing cle- B  ments.of cod liver oil, the vital |)  powers of the hypophosphites of  lime and soda und the curative  quuliticsof glycerine, all so perfectly S3  combined lhat nature immediately *  appropriates them to create  strength���������nourish the organs and  build the body. It relieves rheumatism and ailments due to declining  years.   It adds to the span of life.  Refuse substitutes for SCOTTS,  Scott & Uownei Toronto, Ontario  12-sa  1  All Out of Town  Full of hope and energy, tho young  reporter was-sent to-tha surburbs  to writo an account of a fire that was  alleged to be raging there.-      ,    *-'���������  As a matter.of fact the fir������ was so  small that it had been put out in threo  and a-quarter-minutes, and the llro  brigade had gono homo long ago.  Still,-- tho reporter was as porsovcr-  ing as ho was inexperienced, eo ho approached tho houso cheerily and  knocked upon tho door.  Mr. Yaig-hts in? he asked hopefullf  of Uio handmaiden who answered hia  summons. .' , w , __  \ No, camo the reply; bo's out. '"'' "���������  Mrs. Yalghts? \,  No, she's out also.  Well,,said the cub reporter, wo wero  informed that you havo a fire here, and  I've como to report���������  ,;0h, that's out too!    snapped   tho  niaiden, as sho gently closed tlu> door.  MInard'o Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  * London's Fire Losses .  London.���������According to a return Issued on Saturday night by the 'fire-  brigade committee of tha 'London  county council, tho monolary loss  caused by fires In tho county of London, during 1912 amounted to no less  than $2,110,000.  Doubly Punished  Paris.���������Jean Lornier, an employe of  the -Cherbourg arsenal,  who jumped  . from a trum'car'in motion to secure  liis cap and broko his .leg, was* fined  . $2.50 for contravening   tho   law   in  alighting from a public vehicle before  ,'it stopped.  Richard Butler Glaenzer, New .York,  essayist and critic, eaid at the Players' club: * -  , Poetry i_- delightful. But poets arc  so very poorly paid., I know a millionaire who 'has a beautiful, golden  haired stenographer. The- girl said  to her employer.the other day:  I am going to got married, sir. And  I am going to marry a poet.  * .Qear m'e, said the millionaire. Then  you wiil have to leave us, oh?  ���������NorBiri-BhO'repliedr-I-shall-not-loavc  -you. , * But I shall need more pay.  '  *���������  ' i-  MALE HELP WANTED  la the'sixth grado at Irving school  tho teacher waa questioning a boy  about Napoleon's disastrous Invasion  of Russia and tho subsequent retreat  from Moscow. . ���������'  What,, did tho Fron'ch do then? she  asked. ,  Thoy ran away, said tho boy.-  Yes, that ia what they did, saLd tho  teacher, but ran away is hardly the  correct phrase to uso. What should  you havo"said. ��������� ' *  They boat it! ho exclaimed, proudly. *  YOUR BABY'S SKIN  13 the most.dellcato fabric, la tho.  j world. You may/causo it permanent  harm by using poisonous mineral ointments for the little rashes and eruptions' that";'ov^ry baby suffers from  occasionally ^;**' Don't take any  chances".:, Uso.;Zam-Buk, tho baby's  best balm. i'-X-V  .Zam-Bu^ii?*nMido from fine herbal  extracts^gMvts fro.-from any harmful ' pois6i\6'u3J. colori ng. maftor.. Liko  the grass'bs'and tho flowers, nature has  colored it green, lt is nature's own  healer!  Most ointments and salves havo, aa  their foundation, various animal oils  and fata. Zam-Buk docs not contain  ono atom of animal substance Most  ointments and salves aro too coarse  to bo absorbed by Uio tender delicato  skin of a baby, and remain on tho  skin an irritating mass. Just put a  littlo Zain-Buk on baby's skin, and seo  how soon it Is absorbed, showing conclusively Uiat tho pores of tho skin'  aro greedy for it.  Uso nothing but Zam-Buk for baby'fi  sldn troubles and wash with' Zam  Buk Soap.  Zam-Buk should also bo used for  cuts, burns, scalds, eczema, piles, ulcers, etc. ��������� All- druggists and stores  coll at 00c. box, or post freo . from  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse harmful substitutes and imitations.  PATRIOTISM   EVOKED  RING   PLAY  BY    STIR-  AR  FAVOR EVERY DAY  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS   PROVING  THEIR VALUE AS A FAMILY  ,     , MEDICINE  AGENTS WANTED  Wanted���������Agents for Hail and Wind-  Etorm Insurance.     Apply Tho Canada  Weather Insurance Company, (DomLn-  ion License), Winnipeg, Man.  Quebec Man Telt3 How They Helped  Him and  Cured  His    Nephew . of  Kidney Disease.  South Ham, Wolfe Co., Quo. (Special) .���������There is fresh proof every, day  that as a family medicino Dodd's Kidney Pills aro growing in favor witih  the people of Quebec. Just to quote  an example, Amablo Pinard of this  placo says,, in an interview:  "Dodd's' Kidney ^Pills' helped' my  rheumatism, "backache, gravel, and  ���������heart disease, from which I suffered  for twenty years.  "They have not jcX cured mc com*  pltely, but they did completely cure  my nephew, who suffered from kidney  disease."  Dodd's Kidney Pills alwaya curb  kidney disease.' They will complete  Amable Pinard's cure, becauso all the  diseascs mentioned are"tho results of  kidney disease. ���������* They cured the  -young���������man-s-kidno-y���������disop^so-quiekiyt-  hocauso it was taken' .in its . early  stages. Amable Pinard's troubles arc  of ���������twenty years', standing and take a'  longer treatment.  The moral ia, that if you cure your  kidney disease early with Dodd's Kidney Pills, you will never bo troubled  with rheumatism, gravel, and other  diseases that aro caused by sick kidneys failing to do their work.  -V/__  Tom���������Did Miss Roxlcy entertain  your proposal?  Jack���������On tho contrary, my proposal  seemed to entertain her.  est  eepjess Ni'g  kta'ney DIseaso and Graft)! Gaussd  Keerisst Suffering���������G-ured by  B>, Ghaso'a Kidney-Li'/sr  Pille.  REAL ESTATE PROFITS  ,Wo only linncllc proporty of sterling;  merit, on wnich we uro prepared to  fiunnmlfe proflla.  "Our  WOODt,AWN,"   ST.    VITAL,  nnd "DRI3K LODGE" properties    nra  jfooJ invoHlmontn.     Wo., want a pood  agent to repronent us In every town,  { Vor terms apply,  STEWART & WALKER, LTD.  Sterling Dank Building, Winnipeg -j  if  "Don't  wnHla  timo  writing  do nut moiin IuisIiicbb,"  you  Its Author Embraced by Men and Women of an Emotional Audience  Paris, Franco.���������-There-.was a great  scene aftor tho first performance of  the new play 'Scrvir,' by M. Henri  Laveiidan, at the*Theatre Sarah Bernhardt, M. Gultry, tho famous actor,  snapped up tho play while .tho Comed-  ie 1'Yaneaiso was. doubting whether it  could produco it. Tho black-head-  ed author of the.play .was embraced  by nicri and women aliko after the  performance and tears wero running  down many checks.  'Scrvir' gives violent expression to  tho new spirit of patriotic fervor that  has been growing iii Franco'for.several years, especially ln tho- younger  generation, and. wliich revealed Itself  dramatically at tho timo of tho Agad-  lr incident. It shows in tho form  of a parnhlo tho overcoming ot tho  antimllitarism which was rlfo in  Franco a fow yeara ago by lovo of  la patrle.  ���������  The two chief characters���������or rather j  type.**, for they aro   rirercly   mouth-1  pieces of opposing sentiment���������are an i  old colonel, played by M. U-uitry,- and |  his son.   The colonel,"on hia forced!  retirement 'iiuder. tho' ago limit, felt j  lhat ho must still servo his country.':  lio was co devoted that he even sought j  an unploasaut way of showing it and  became a spy. *   In that, capacity he  discovers that a very powerful explosive has been invented by his son.  Tho son is a pacifist. Ilo, ha'.cs  war and tells* his men that they ought  not* to fight unless their conscience  approves the causo. He uses all the  humanitarian arguments "that used to  \ bo heard in France, and is so carried  away' by his enthusiasm that ho is  determined to make no uso ot his invention. ' Ho hns proved its force  by blowing up an island off tlio coast  of Brittany.      *' -      ���������  Here (lie piece comos near to ,i boing  ridiculous. Any power which, pos-  sossed the secret, explosive could wipe  another power, off the map, but he will  not give even his own country Uie  chance, lie will destroy the formula  and throw the explosive into'Vue ,so;i%  In "this,he is checkmated by his father's-knowiedgo. The old, colonel  gives the secret to the war office, aud  on tliat very day war is declared.  There*is a scene of angry recrimination between father anfi zou. The  mother intervenes and turns the scale,  Sho has been on the boy's side, but  the new3 that another soil'has been  killed in .Morocco fills her with a wild  yearning for revenge. Tho piece-ends  amid frenzied applause with the pa-  ciSst rushing off to fight.  SHIPPING   FEVER  Intluenz*, pink eye, epizootic distemper, nnd all nose an<|  throat diseases cured, nnd all others, no matter how "exposed." kept from bavins any of these diseases with*  SPOHN'S LIQUID DISTEMPER CUIUS. 'J^ireo to six  doses often euro a .case. Ouo bottie suaranteed to do so.  Best thins for broofl mores. Acta on tho blood. GOe. and  il a bottlo. |S nnd Jll a dosen botiles. Drufffirlsta and  harness shops. Dlstrlbutors���������ALI. WHOLESAI-lii DttUCN  GISTS.. ��������� .,.-.-  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, Goshen, Indiana, U.S.A.  ouseK-eeper  WHO WOULD MAKE WASH-DAY EASIER, CAN DO SO BY  USING  Eddy's Indurated Tubs 0,!ow tho water to retain heat longer  and never rust. Being made. In one seamless plecs cannot splinter  and so the danger of snagged fingers and torn clothes Is eliminated  Used In conjunction with  Washday   Loses   Half Its Terrors  SWINDLER'S SYNDICATE OPERAT-  ED   FOR  YEARS   .-  The Soul of a Piano i3 the  Action.   Insist on tho  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  UEST AND HEALTH' TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mits. WiriHi.mv'i* Hoothino Svki*p linn been  used for over lilXTV VKMlShy MILLIONS' of  MOTIU'UB for'tlieir Cl 11 MM'UN Willi,!*  Tl'l'TllINt*, with ri'Kl'I'CT HIJCCI'SS, It  HlltiriIl',H llie CIUI,l>, HOl'TRNS the fUJMrt,  AU.AYH nil 1'AIN j ClIIU-J!* WIND COMO, ami  i������ llie heal remedy for DIAUUIKKA. It in nl������  roliitely linrmleflH, Be mire nnd nslc for "Mrs,  Wlnslaw's Koolliliij* tivriii*," and take no other  Mud. Twcnty-fivc cciit.i u bottle.  FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.  lfraii(orr<Hii,niirinii,ih"iii'Niiii\VN'iir'ri[)i riii;ni,ui.s'  il'ri'i.K frnm i'idni'y, iii.Aimi'.ii, Nwivnun diska-ikr,  ciiiMiuc \vr.,M.!(i*-i:ii.!i,ui.r,i;ii:i,!,i;in k.iii;i'iiiin������,|'ILi:i.  willo (,��������������� my I'llBIE linril(, nn: MouT IKMltt'CllVB  Hi'.iiHMi.iiooKivi'iiwiirn-i'.ii.irrM.i.sAi i.aliniiiiliri-  llltll'A'!*.!! A11.I Ull) lll'.MMIIUIII.I'. fVIIV.'t I'M'KCl*  THKNUWCIICI'IOHIIGMEDY.  THERAPIONL m*.������-.  lfir������llior'Mn<.il/liii'Vli|iiioWNiilliiii>nl, D������ri't irnd a cant.  AbBtiluli'lyl'ITCi;. Nii'riill>wii|''i'lrnil.iin, rill I.l'.CI.fKO  Mcu, c**'. lUVLHbtwa liu, lUuroiiiAO, Lohuwn.Ivho,  Numbered Its Hundreds ' of   Victims  Throughout .Many' Countries of  Europe  Madrid, Spain.���������Fifteen members  ol a wealthy Byndicato of swindlers,  having their ucadquartcrs in Madrid,  havo boon, arrcstt-d, and' othsva ore  now being soa.chcd for.  Tliia s'yndlcaLo hna victlmlr.tvl hundreds of persona in other countries  in various ways. It perpctnt d tlm  'Bpanlsh prisoner' hoax with srj.x* ni*.:-  cess, and also the 'troiis'ire. flwlnul**,  \\bcroby crcduloiia individuals wero Induced to Invest LPCiioj* ln an ailoi;*.-!  eecrot enterprlso for, recoverl.i{ buried gold and vaiua.')lo plate.  Accordln*r to tho police tho leader  of tho eymJiciilo was a man who pos-  uessea three eplondid housos In Madrid, and is constructing a fourth.  These liouso3 havo many secret door3  and corridors, and underground out-  lcl.a, so Uiat tho occupants cludo Uio  police.  Tho syndicate operated for olf-ht  years nml received hundreds of lole-  grama from victims announcing that  thoy wero coming to-Miidrid. Tlioso  tolegranm wero all sent to falso ad-  drossoa, and when tho victims arrived  thny found that nothing was known  of the trensnro eclicmo ut tho addreiis  given the in,  nvniu-lK-s of (ho Byndlcnte operated  at IJIIbno, Sarugoaaa, Sovlllo and other  Spanish to wiih.  ��������� 'Tls a Maryellous'Thlng.���������Whten Uie  cares effected By���������Drl Thomas' Electric  Oil are considered, tho" spocdy, and  permanent relief.- it. has brought to  the suffering wherever it lias been  ���������frsiJtl;*-it mustnfe^regarclecras a mar-  vollous thing that 'so potent a medi  cine should result from-the"six ihgred  ients which'. enter, into .its,, composition. A trial will convince the most  skeptical of its healing virtues.  Mr. V>. Smith.  Tliat diseases of the kidneys cause  tho greatest, Bufferlnjr is well known,  and when stone or, gravel ia formed  in tho bladder tho torture la almost  beyond human endurance.  .Tho disease Ehould never bo Allowed to reach this dangerous stage.  Tains in tho small of tho back, pain  or smarting when passing water, frequent urination, loss of flesh, nnd  weight tell of tho need of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills to regulate and invigorate tho kidncyd and restore,these  organs to health.  Mr. W.'Smith, Tort Dalhouslc, Ont.,  writes :���������"For somo years I was afflicted with kidney disease and gravel  In Ua most severe form, having often  a stoppago of wator, accompanied by  tho most dreadful agony. Aa the disease woro on mo I became reduced In  flesh and passed sleepless,nights. No  doctor was ablo to do much for mo,  and I used many medicinal without^  obtaining moro than temporary relief.  My attention waa directed to J)r.  Chaso'n Kldnoy-Livcr Pill* and by  using this treatment tho dlscaso was  crauicntcd from my system in lens  than nix inontlis, I liavo gained in  welgM, Bleep well, and feel better  than I havo for twenty years."  Dr. ���������niiaso'.i Kldnny-Llvor rill**, ono  pill a dose, Sficr a bov, all dcalrri*, or  Kdmanson. Hates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  ���������*-**(������������&_  There nre no vegetables just like yoor  own growing.    Provide for a good table,  eat vegetables, and throw away medicine.  Wc not only supply yoa with the Finest Tested  Seeds for this Country, but we also show you  "HOW TO GROW THE BEST VEGETABLES"  Told in onr booklets, 153 pages (copyrighted),  Thi; first ol the kind printed in'Canada.   "They.  contain  tha   best   Western experience   of  expert  Market Gardeners.   Sound, practical and sensible��������� *  just what yon want' to know  in preparing the seed  lied, manuring, starting lhe seed, transplanting, forcing,  ripening, storing, destroying   insects, etc.      The prico  is 10 cents per booklet ($1.00 fop the full set of 11,  including vegetable end special field crops), but FREE to  purchasers of our seeds. ���������     See onr catalogue, page 2.   .  WRITE TO-DAY FOR OURFREE CATALOGUE.   A-DDRESSINC DESK K0. 15  ttt>*!   K1  Tho  avprago  froo  show-  Just about that much.  Ia  worth  <-i nMtmiiN*' iifriii  "������������������I I'll'KCll II li������  NM,N������2, N.3.  f< you ran ilrrlils  I)ON'  .r,T wns to your <Imo ngurlnj*  out why n blnclc hen lays ti  wlilto cfrg, -Uct busy and jump  Into yourf L13ATIU2R LAUISK  OVHlt-HAUIA ami got tlio eg*ff.  Only fools aro certain, Tommy. Wise  ini-ii liusltatc;.  Aro you mire, undo?  Yoa, certain of It!  i ������������������ i i    i t f ������������������-< i i ������������������������-������  ii _        tm  Mln.ird's Liniment Cures 'Duron, Etc,  '.���������.0%j$mM>  "tiiu ho.  XII li liUU.  TIIK.  fc������...i^CLHh>������;aJ  b~*klbj><bJH  OVER-HAUL COMPANY, LIMITED,  MAXUI'AfJ'flini'.ltS OP  Mloh Grado American Over-Hauls,  WA1,KKUVIM,K. ONTAIITO.  Tsar thla out nml mail tl to -<t������ v/lth  your nnrt-io nnd aclrlresa and wa will f.i-ntl  fou ono nf oui* ocloUraUcl  CORN COD  ������rC3, FOCC.  Nome , ...  Town   Vour dcitlrr'* namr,,  Town   ,1'ior   I'iov ���������,.-���������  No Means of Eocnpo '>  Thoy wero on pnrmlo v/hen Uio IricJi  drlll-atM'-roaut Btoppod dead In front of  tlio nowoat recruit nnd oyod lilm  AtoarUl*/ from top to too beforo lin  burst out: ,-,  Arrahl nn* ���������hero'*- a nlco dtato of  aff-iIi'H. How <lnro yo como hero,and  fitand boforo a dacent man lollto me-  ���������HeJt covered In diii-t from liend to  footT Aniiwer me when I -jipalic to yo.  With knockliiB Hneoi*, lho now thor-  ouRhly wretched recruit endeavored  lo fiquec-'o Jn a few well-choaon wordn  of oxplatmllon, but Ida attempt** woro  rudely ovcrborno by a further tor-  rout of word** from Uio oorgoanf, who  fairly bollowcd:  * Vrt would *i-i-"*v-r *n*������*, w-������'i' ������������������"������?  Spalto at yo?, peril I Now Ml mf*.yo  .'..'/.Jji.vu, what imvo yo l>ccu dom' to  yes nlco new uniform?  Again tho bowlldpri-d rerrnlt open-  oil a rapacious mouth as a pr-fllmln.iry  to npnoch, but Uio violent voice of tho  liiiporlor broke In oneo nra In.  'I'llio r.'iro, Jio fdiouli.'d. OJ ean Iin.ir  yo, Jf yo answer mo whon I spnko  fo yo, I'll havo yo arrwitixl for l/iiio-  leiico,, 'An' If yo don't answer when I  Hpiikoii to yo, I'll pond yo tq Uio guard  room for dlHolKullonco.  Sheer Force of Hnblt  .Taifiod Into It, llnolo had ni'compnn-  led his wlfo on an t'Nfim-lon to tho  realma of hni-Kiiliiit, and In tho enormous bulldln**:, wllh K^i many dopnrl-  ineiiti*, had becomo uciuiiutod from hhi  bctlor half.  h'or an liour at lr*:u*.t ho remained  louiiKlng Impatiently at tho jiinctlcu nf  many waya, whoro lll'ta, utnlra, and  pasfliiR-oa mot, and then, Unvl and  aiiKry ho approached an* Irreproachable* (jhopwalltor.  Sir, iho paid to Um frook-coiilnd and  nuavo attondiint In tones of rlc'litooua  Indignation, l'vo lout my wlro.  Hnck camo tho reply, with Blunnlng  force;  Third floor nnd over lhe brldT-* for  lho mourning dopartmont.  Dul 'Avici wulliitl on.  Wirti will render Uio pri-.M'-r-at  linndn unsightly. Clear tho exercs-  fMiecq awny by ii.slnr- Unllrnv.-ivV f'orn  Caro, y-hldi ac.t.'i Uioroushly and piiln-  103 sly.  r^y^i  'ty7fm,  bPii.'-'i.- ii.  !^Y "���������,'"*  "Sfl'liK II CUIl **JSZ*  SNAP  'UNo-aw'.Ni*'  , ttti'-i^Vuii  V/.N.U.   041  Pauper Day Wins n Scholarship  Lmidon.���������A boy nt tho MHo Knd,  workUouiv-* ni\mr*-l HmMh, arc-d 11 ycirw  hasi won. n I'flioJ.irfhlp tonrthlo fori  throo yearn nt the school of Uio Coop-'  ens' Company. \  CLEANS TIIE HANDS ^  Ko matter how roiled they are.  Crease, Ink and nil other .'.tains  Anlir.pjUic.  come off with Snap,  liands soft and whitc.ji  au z*/.-.-t/./;/..i y.:;.:. i.i'Ur  $H\? CQWiSV, UAU13.    ���������    Usr.trfuL  WOMEN V-/AR ON EXTRAVAGANCE  Stockings Costing $240 a Pair Purchased by Paris Women  Tarts, Franco.���������Luxury ia woman's  dross lias reached suet, a pitch in Par:  is that socioty women hero aro proposing to* organize a simplicity campaign .  It is not so much tho prices paid  for tho drcsse3 themselves aa the  money asked and paid for accessories,  which are exceeding the powers or all  but the deepest purses, Tho extra-  vagaueo In stockings has grown in lu-  verso ratio to tho thickness of "tho  material.        .-,'  A shop noar the Opera sella stockings at J2 a pair at the cheapest. An  inquiry for tho most exponsivo produced some at ?200 and $M0 a pair,  mado of Chantilly lace, Meehllno lace  or tissue of gold.  In Uio l\w. do la Tals a, faalilonablo  purveyor of whlto'underwear slated  that ho had no troiiflse.iux undor $100,  and thnt ?J0 nnd SUO wero thn price*.  for chfop nightdress-en. Another  shop of the wimo kind making a specially ot corsols ha.;-i (iiilto cheap ones  at $li> and a littlo bolter quality at  $20; but of courso, said th? sihopkeop-  or, whon a lady wants a ro-illy farhlon-  ablo corset sho has to pay for 'It.  PlUliS CURED IN 0 TO 11 DAY!*  Your ilniKirlHl will rffuiid monoy If T'A.'iO  OINTMMNT falls to euro nny cusc of tmh-  Imr,  Illlml, lll'-oillnij or l'lotiuillus Vllen  in li tu 11 iliiyH,   no,:,  Up to Date  - Of oourso you know tho slory of the  Irl'-hin.m who waa painting a fence  nnd who worked for nil ho wan worUi  In order thnt he Jiii|*ht got his job llu*  lshed befoi'u tlie ]ialnt. gave out,,  Jt waa ono nf lhoso jnke.i onr grand'  mnl.hori! hiughoil ut h'-fum our grand-  fiilliiTii bought  nr/oi-H,  Tin* horn iigiiln, Is an Irishman, but  thla, timo not a piilntei*. Oh, no,  a chauffeur driving hln niruder home  from lho coimiry lalo ono ovonlng,  Tho noiu'oi' tho oar iippnuii'lied the  town tho fanlor It. wont until, whon  about ten mll'-n out, It was travelling  at Boiiii'ililMg llko fifty miles an hour.  Steady, man, -utoiuly! cried, tho  master to his sorvant. If you go nn  lll<o thin wo ,-hall get hold up by the  police.  Hitt tho Jvii-'ini'in sot. his llpst firmly, mado tho car go farter ntlll, then  lilHSfil:  Wo'rn villi ulna mlloii from homo,  t.li, ...ni l'.i,: utily ciiiiii.;n p Ml roi fur  tV.roc. If ���������,-.'(������ Vurr" v.'o w" (���������]���������:: fto  lt. "  "'  fv'ot True to Life  'Ilio son nf a man who Juul been a  groat phllnn.hri'pl.-it wol'-onuvl a vib-  li...   4 >  ',,.,-, \i'.,i ���������   ,       int: \,ii,*i Inilit-i)  (ill  the career of U*.c father oi tho young  mon.  Jt wan a groat blow to overybody,  my fathor'.i death, IiuhoiiImJ tho  youth, Ily tho way, heroVi tho laut  ivjrlralt pnluted of him.  Ilo led 1ho vMtnr to whoro Turn"-  on tlio wull a largo port rait of thu  dwrt puilatiHiroplsit dopictlnt* htm ar.  i.tiiiiiliiig tnct with ht-i C\'M hand in  hLi pocket,  A fine plroo of work, raid tho vl.i-  Itor g-ilmly, but it'i* not truo t** )lf<  [arvester  A heavy, short-cut oil for farm machinery  '���������   t\>  t ii ���������  Clings to the bearings and insureo"the leaist  possible friction and wear.,, Moisture and  changes of temperature do not affect it.  The choice of the most successful farmers.  STANDARD  Gas Engine Oil *  Used and recommended by the leading engine builders all over the country.  Keeps its body at high temperatures.  Equally good for external bearings.  SUcer Star Ensino Kerosene  Imperial Motor Gasoline  Mica Axle Grease  El Dorado Castor Machine Oil  Capitol Cylinder Oil  .Thresher Hard Oil  Stock carried at 300 tank and warehouse  stations in Western Canada. For addresses,  price lists, etc, write any agency.  THR IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  Main  Officii  WINNIPEG  Regln.ii * Moose * Jaw, Saskatoon,  Edmonton, Caljjary, Lethbridge,  Vancouver.  Well Put  Mrn. SliiyvoKimt Fluh at ono of lior  bountiful (llnnorH In Now York, nald  of a womnn whoso di'iuchtorn had all  imiri'li'd woll:,  A  womnn llko that haloi*. to lono  hor diiiiv.hlors---iind yot--woll,   I mip.  Poko lior fiH>lliij4ii aro pretty woll ox-*  proni'cd by tlio homely utory of tho  wasli-or-v. oiiiiin.  A waplionvomnn whoso iflvo girl;;  had iniiirk'il woll wiui.lnft all nlono  with hor old htiKband, but r,ho mild  phllonophlc.'illy about tho glrU' loiw:  I iiil.i:--<'H '<'iii nnd I wuntH 'om; but  golly, I uUuHca 'um' nioro'n I wanta  'om.  Lrt-A'in.    A  rh'm!;';"  :'':.'���������.".  ���������������������������   bar.-  Ari*A  foot high  ha't  b','*'i  oroctod  In  rai'khouH-Miti-oot, Cnmborv/oll,   by   n  laundry company, and wlu-n only ouo  lii';i:k riMiitilnod to bo I'latiod In tho u>p,  M!.-',i Murdnck, duuglitor of th i rn.in.'ig-  i, , ,ii,.   , ,-  . ������i. .i    i .,���������  ..  the tiliafl and ftvcil It.  Schoolm.iGterB nn Censori  llorlln.- -Owing to thn chnructor of  mnny eiiirniatogniph thowfl In IJcrJIn  and Inad-'iiuate pollco 'mporviHlou, tho  fiohoolm.'i!:torff hnvo docldod to'i form  it coiuii'iui'o ot ci.-iu:oivulp,  Nature Doctor'n Fortune  Kondoii.���������fiuritav Prolmt, lm-kfimltli  nnd nntiiro doctor, luifi died nt Kulol.li-  burn, Switzerland, leaving a forluti1*  of ?MO,000, amiu-Kod from 115 ootit foci  for hln modlclno, whlidi oouslnted nf  casofl of pounded rlioubarb and lno*.-  roof,  London, Mnglnnd.���������Siidhury, "(Ruf.  folk) town rottiii'll has np proved of i\  Ale on Miirkot hill for a memorial to  Tlionmn (ialnnbnroii|;h, tho famon:i  nrtlut, a nntlvo of tho town. The memorial has boon subucrlbod for chiefly  by 1/undon aillt'U,  Then He Telle Vuu  When om> moots   a fric-nd   thcoe  daya one <ii>^ not ray:  ]h>;v do you  ��������� ������" w ,  , do? Hut, How In'your fn!d?~aud at  Nobody ever saw your father with hij1, a, rule, --juc r,cla a.v.iy wllh It,  J] ipuid Iti JiUi own "HK-'K-t.  Do itiU mink U vijjht to rob l'otor  to pay Paul.  If i hajiriiii lo be 3--U-1 I do.  Time  Monoy Till hi,  Isn't it timo yonr3 had J���������omcUl!n���������*���������  11* rayT  Prlvato Tradlnn on Wnrnhlpa  l<ondon.���������A naval ordor, liimiod nt  rortiiiiumth, forbids liontmnkurH and  biirli'Ts to j;o In wnrthlpii, and i:i-  Plrurta ooiiimaiiillni* odlorni to provent  coiilraotoni from carryln*; ou prlvut-j  tnuliii'.r alioard vr>".i-i*l-i.  Dr. Morae'a  Hndian Root Pills  ore made nccordln** to a formula In  ti:y: neatly ft cc.iin.ty ago .hi.dih; tha  IndLimi, And learned from tliein by  IV, Mor-*. Thoiijli rei"'i'id af-  trrnpu have been ioaAo, by phy.-i-  ci.-in* and chemijtj, it has been found  Impossible to improve tlie foimuh or  (ti<* pill*. Dr. Moru't Indian Root  Pills (in-filiouichoUlremcrly through.  out the wotU for Con.'.'it-.itlcn ar.d  at] Kidnry and Liver troijldei They  act protrytly ar.J effectively, and  Cloanso tho -Sr&tcm .0.  *h   ^^-*% e* *    * ^^^^_^^^��������� ���������^���������^*.^^������     , _ ^  ��������� ,1 ���������! >��������� *" --**'   ^/���������tn7^imh -.'."-���������"Jvw* - ^^ ''J       *-~.  =3T3>V-*"?SW  --.-.-,-T!rw������r3;i"-'.'*������f ���������*t**  .tc--..j.v3i.-t:^i.-r;.  IP'  ,w^taUXVT������TThWI4.-..f������-A-W\-, ^'-_-*^   'I-iS^?  ������������������ ''JiiibEtliiiiil Hews  |WATB������ JNOTICElte  :>-k,C'  ox-er-y by   'Wwinc.^ay the ,   ^ A yCENCB T0 TAKB A������E>    ���������*  malt *?*. Naunimo Railway, .c-f   YictoriR,  IB. C wilLni-ply for a Hcerce to t(kke ������ud  .".*!"   wi  not l.ulil   iL.-3c.-M',  tho i������|i'iiiK*'h.'  ji urn-  iii -if? coiuinns  uso 100.000.gallons .per-24 hours, of wator  ,T^-tn���������mmm * MJIMHim-i '������������������ ��������� I'I *��������� '*."������tW|*"|M*Jf!*������ .'0**  s ''i:-.  .\Y   MAY Iii. 10J S-"  >.;u  nd l/i-.'ri..-..   .  I .* J -, i;. . ..!'     C*1U'--.  . M'1 "n't b-u M.ia* 'ihi.din of  , J .-..*: -:;-.n;,*i! .i.*.rrii-ii *,*.email  '.a -.*, , !���������.���������  i, i  ';.oiii-..oi:;'ii  lo'-pwr-  li *  ' .  yi'o**.*,.;; A-r'-;r.\ i:..i  lauds:���������  ..'iti-, .a  .i i*".-i  pliiiied al   the  n." ���������������������������"<A.i riipu'r  ot T.- .-..  No. 'M33*5'  .ihi'-cc ��������� ti.',.   o.i Jiruiir., ihence west .)<"  ���������hvr. ��������� *.'."-**iv.>j   joutb ",.> r I*, a iris more cr  hoi-*. ::i*.'j, tl'i.-.->'-o ilf.o.j the si i oro  ��������� h.vi*-., mo.t .:-��������������� less io plac*: .of  -i.ji.', (  ,i*.*i.* .  4C-1.i1'*  tCoy*."i  k  ft^ji '  li..-?  out of Thames Creel-.  which iW������ iii   '-  noithcrly   dirauu.u-.through   Newcastle  DisLiioUnd empyvf*. into Straits of .Goor.-  gi**, near S inilie vfi.t. of 'Biff  .Qualicum  liivtr. "lhe water,-willbe.r-liyfrt^d at -200-  iiiiK.taam  [rom  r.-uUsy .and will be used  for pp.nowl railway purposis ou tho l*oid  ||  doso-ibed tu Railway Right uf Wny.   Thi*  ���������*  notiea wu������ posted </*��������� **������������������������������������* gorouuil on  the  3rd day of April. 1013.     TJw npiil.wli ���������*���������  wi--! ho filed in the .office of tho Watir It-Reorder at Victorii*, B. 0.    Objections may  : be tiled with the sai(,l Water Recorder <*r  with.the Comptrullur of "-tYiuer' P. ������������������**���������>*������������������*>j  Parliaiuont BuildioRs*, VictcrU B. 0. J -**-  15SQUIMALT & NANA1SI0 RAILWAY  gg  Auplicaut  H, B. BKA^LKY  A Kent  !iVll6' ������ '^  ,'CL'l.  ^ ������������������-nt.**rm  ".."io ���������.���������.cves.more or  ���������JJLORGE VERDIER   ���������  Ai,"-iiv for Mwy Thulin  Oa... .vi.,.,..t i-jtb, jfj;. . ���������__  S.iyv.-ii-d Lani District,  !)', -.trict of .Co.mo,v.  !CE tbat Chatles Thulin,  pi l;.'.<  :*. ,   [  i.C , iiccuj-'ation  merchant, in-  ���������uiids  "j!v  for 'pp.nrti?--.i onto   pur-  .-h.- ���������  iho  '.:e j.i.'1's-.viiij; .c'tt-ciibcd land:���������  ((���������Ol'-  ,'l-.-.  .-cfat i pi*--*- plr-nled in Browns  j-i',,  i  : noi'.'.-i-.ist corner of T. L  A    '���������"-'  ���������.-;  ���������i\v l   ve.'-r?o   c!;:iins, thence  '.i . ; ' ������������������ ���������  ii;.,   i\.A-K.m ��������� elsi   Su chains,  ln.'j, ihence noutli 20 chains  ,;nr"  - ,a  -.s'-Tilw-*..- -.-.hore line to place of  ���������5,.v';i.  11IV',  i..i.-.n!.iiiv.as tCo acres more or  ���������to? _  '  V.EORiiE VERDIER  A^ent for Chi'rles Thulin  LlHt.'.  A'jj-uit Mih, to;?.  L'.'\v.ird land District.  Ii.it.-:,x A Comnt.  :"AK"I-; \UTi(Jli i-bid George Verdi-  :in', U.C, oituj* it mn  !'-, .ip-jly for f-criiiission  to 'pur-  ii>-:Li:-- i'l-ii.s .���������.''*������������������'.���������.  d-.'.s.:i-ibed   lmds:���������  .ni.-.o.. :iu;,. at a   po*.t   plained at   the  :l Lc. -"./.thence nortl  ot  :l"i  WATBR_NQTICS  FOR A J.IOIJNCE TO TAliB AND  -'���������      '.USE WATEU.   '  NOJICJJ is heyebygjven  thai Ksqni-  majt ,<Jt Uan^imo Railway, ,������f Vjotir.i'.,  B.O will apply fur 0 l'.crpoo to take and  uso 100,000''"B*������iloii8.per 2-4 hours, 'it water-  out ot Sandy Creek,' which flows iu a northerly cirection  through  Newcastle Distriot .imd empties iuVj'Doop Buy, near  RoBewe'l Greek-   The wnk-r will be divor  k'd at 2150" upstream from  Railway ���������'l-**iJ^  will housed for Guoeral' ftiil>\My pui]������iCB' *  on the lnnd deseiibed as Railway Right, ol  Way.   This natico \vvs posted ou . the  :.groand on tho 3rd d..y of Apiil, 13-S.  The application will bo filed in tho  oilics  oc tho Wator Recorder afc Victorii, B. C.  Olijecfcincs may ba filed with iho eaid  Water Recorder or'with  the Compliolior  of'.'Water Rights,  Parlianpnt JiyildinuB-  Victoria, B. C.  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO RAIl������WiY ^  Applicant   h^  JI.E. BEASLKY '  Agent  apU6 ' my*  S YOU R  Y:YY7yYYyy^i"7"'- water notice;^  diuuI tbe point sc the  *'.)���������  .���������ac i,ie .ih >r- l::ic':.  c-bice A bc;;i:"ii*i!U,'..  '; ,   ' r\70"(_:E VERDIER  Applicant  Pp.v.e  ii,.'i*isi M'.ri, 101?  ;-i.i*���������������������������,���������.:::*d Lind'District.  ,, i.u-.!."ir: i;.*-Comox.  iAKi.-J NOTICiv   lliui   Fred Thulin,  ���������>i l.u::.!, ii 7... o-:ci!j:,ilim7   nic-rchant, m-  ui.-.dt w, api*l>"  ���������**i " periiiU-iion   to   i>ur-  /.l?a?e   ibe- f**!io'.vii"i_  ^nsci'ifced  land:���������  ���������J.y wmcr;<;iii.; i.t .'.  h'''):it   pli>ntp.'l at  lhe  y.A'h *.-.r-i! i-r.;-iK-r of Timber   Lease  No.  .,:;.'���������"'! >, iiv ���������-.'*<-..we-ft  &���������>   chains,   ihence  3:j'h!i .'���������'*���������') A. buy, thenco cast fco chains to  ihn..-.i!jvs line, m'cnctf   fiillowin"  shore  Ji*],- n.-rth ���������*.' 1 ch in*. *,  mora or less to the  place A b-jt.-in--.in*; oiiiammK   6.jo acres  ynort ov h;s-.  fJLOKCiEVIiKDIER  ."."fcii't for r red Thulin  pate A'ij"������-.t f.}.h. '.()i2  POR A UCENCE TO TAKK AND  'USE WATBK.  1  Mm.**  lsQTIOE iB ljor'oby givon trat K <l������i-  nialt &' NauBiujQ   B^ilwy of  Victoria, t������  B. 0. will npply for alioeaci to tn'co ������nc\.!g  uselOO,000ffall������>n8pBr2* hour?,'ol water  R  out of Hindoo  Cieek, which flown in.,a ^  oorthorly direction through  Nelson District and empties into Bayuo Sound n������ar ;  Tsiiblo River.   Tho water will bo diverfcul  at UOa-iipstreana from Rail-vfly and w 11 he  tiwd for General Railway purpo^oa en th<*  1 mil deaoribed aa railway right of w. ylhi!-  ���������in'.ico wop posted on tho ground 01  the  .���������fcddnyol April, 1P1&" The aprAuiUh.ii  .'vill 1������ tiled in  tho offioo of tho  Wator  Hf-cor-lur, Virtoilo, B.C..   OhjeotlouH mny  bo filed' ������ith "the saitl Water Uooor-lcr or  with th- Comptroller ol Wa-*er Rights,  1-ai-lina.e.it naildinj-s, Victoria, B. 0.  BSQUIMALT & NANAIMO RAILWAY  '    ���������--��������� Applicant  U. Ii.    KAS1.EY  ABti't  /A't'jvi'ia."!' i}\\      , 1  py^ymy<  u  TjMHER WALK No.. X������l.  *1S^,  erc^MO TKNPKIW will bo ro-  O uiivod hy thn Mini"'or of Lnjirtv.  nnt li-.icr than t'onn on tho 2*}t!i  fjHi'n! April, 1913 for llu.' purcnii'-e  fd I.'p.'.-iiuj Mo X.'IJ, to out  i!,l0.r.,i;()tl k'Ht of I mln-r on the  Jniui!r- V-i'i"-l Q'lnitt**" of >'t'olioii 21,  ^miMiiP IiIpmI, Naimmio Ui������trici.  'IhvA yuttt will hn iillowud for thn  jiinioviJ i'! Injs liiuhev.  r*Jirtii:uliir������   ol   Chiti   Koreptor.  ���������Vlrtioritt, !'���������* G. iii2H:ou23  WATER NOTICE  FOR A LICBNOE 'CO TAKB AMD  \JW WATKR  NOTIOK i������ hereby -rjivoii Ihut B-.'iu-*  mnH ft Niinni'no Railwny, of Victuii,  n, V. will apply tar a licence to taKo and  UHO 100,POO Kill 'in I>or 21 hour*-, of v/ul-r f  out of Roy Orooh, which 11'������wb in ft north- j ['-;  prly diiprtiou thiouflh Cmnos l>i������h-icl ,c<  nnd empl.Bi into Ootnox H-ubour. ioiiv j)':.  Ti-O'itRivor, The wntor will bo iliv(-r-.������'d >*:���������/  n������- <J2*10'' niiBtronm from Unjlwny anil will j ���������&  bo unort for ������onoial Hailwny purii'm-s c.', I ^  lho html doiroribad an Rt>thvny Kiuhl oij^  Way.   Thin  notice wiw pimiwl  "f> t'*'  ���������' .... ��������� ���������*��������� niiii  LETTERHEADS   ..  JJILfiHEADS  ENVELOPES  PAMPHLETS  CATALOGUES  MENUS  ULOTTEliS  ])(')'I )GERS  POSTERS  SHIPPING, TAGS  VISITING GAUDS  JUISIN'KSS CARDS  WEDDING STATIONS  UALL IHtOGRAMM.ES  ETC., ETC,  ET.C  RY  i  ������������������������lir������������ ��������������� m wmw  5*  NOTICE  WTIGK IK UKfJBUY fJIVKN thai  ���������ri"itin,:n of t*'<! I'r-iviDcinl A������vio;iltural  P .n-mlt non "will be hold at tho fill'-winf*  II". IflWi��������� ,   ;t  fi.uiunu -Apr.i II i; b.'.'.i-- ������������������*"! '-' :iC*  -l.-ii, Uny Hill,  l-arkiy l'������=-April l-*.', 'f"<- ������������������������ AP'������-  /���������ilhuiil HjiU,  Allnrni-'i\wnl loth, 10 .. m.. uml'J.!H)  ���������p.m.; A|.rtl UM, 10 .-..ru., fonri Uniin.".  CoU'Umiiy���������Apsil l"������h n-.d ix 1-. 1" n*  m. nnd tt.IV> p.in. of lj.1t1> d y������, AyriciilMi-  nl llfillT-  Duncan���������Aj.ril 3I.Untlttt d, Hi 11. m.:  diiilS.'-JO )).i������. if   ut|i*'iiys<:j*irtHi-i..'<-.  ,1'iiC"   on  dl-  Kionii.\ o-o tho llrd dny of April HMU.  The Application will lo filed in Uio i.lllor  of the Wator Uteotder nt Vlctniia, J������. (.'.  Oi.Jvctiou mnybs fllcil with tho iuM  W'ati-r Utonrdvr or v ith tho 0>iiiij'i.r������'li'i  of Water Uirft-t*.. Virlianu-nt Huil.H..^  Victoria, 13. C.  KSQUIMAIVI' & NANA1MU RA1IAVAV  Api'lioui'.  U.K. HHASbKY  A Kent  1 '������1  "J*  ���������J  I  ^^^���������^  ���������Tvo;  '4'hO CVnU-)" ���������<)'} ������   i liritr i-vi-i  _nfl   ���������iintt.i'S hff".tmi������  bL-l-nltur������l l-.m:  li'-n*- in -  .Jiori-ninco.     A'ip'r>*i ������inW  ���������,-y. il. :i*."���������"*'��������� .-iiv  ft. n. t'MKIW.StH'.i,  *" ' Jktrotny.  l>, M.I..H.  Chnin/ao  TO DAIRYM1CN.  For Sale al a tucnfifc*  "Magnet" Croam aepnmtor.-.(t.'e|t������  best  .separator un  liit   ui.-n'*-'^. ���������*.,  t* &%"'  ���������i  8 ^Ll  sizes 1 x 3,   capacity 350 to .\oc,\  and   O50 to 700  lbs    ->er  hum* j  There being absolutely   no  cull i  for separators in mid roui'd \'Sc-  toria- tho ORoiit i.s Rivinj?������:  Rile of tliem and oitorr. t!u-    .  hi'lf the wlioWalc cort. vi?  .iml %a cai.li. ov Sroi.  tivo.      The������r are tiie latt.-i 1 .r  ��������� U-.iws -ucver been   ottt   nf   '������������������'"  store.     Ayndy  K. Onibn. 2050  Central Hnilditi!.', Victoria, Ih V.  i  iVaptUitm'tt-t-  $>Kl&i2!^^  l^HttttSESK^^  ������.. to������ mm;';<s,aaifiE������iAOT,' ^iti^fr mwis^^  *���������      NOTICE.  'Vanpouver Land District.    Y  District of Vancouver. .  -TAKE NOTICE that I,  George  Werdier .of Campbell River,  occu-  ipation, Cruiser,   intends  to apply  for permission to purchase the Ll-  ' llowing described lands:--Commen  tcing at a poet planted at the N.E..  corner  .of-Timber  Limit  43146,  thence west SO chains, thenceNorth  :20 chain**, thence east  80 chains',  <to the shore line, thence south'..20  ���������.chains more or less along the shore  ���������line tp. tho placo of beginning.  '  .   -GEORGE VERDIER,  Name of Applicant  ���������Date, February 26th, 1913  Union Steamship Co. of  B. C - Ltd  THE S. .s. COWIG UAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  iNrANATM-0 DEN MAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p, m.   , <>  ���������   *   *    ��������� Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p.- iii.  Arrive Uiiioii Bay," Tuesday 6 a. in.       Leave /Tuesday noon;  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. ni,     Leave Tuesday, 11 a. tn,  Leave Nanaimo 6 p. m. Tuesday.   Arrive Fanconvoi* y.30 p.m.  .  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.. Arrive Nanaimo,.   11.30 p  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive' Comox, Sunday 8 a'm. Depart 4 p.m.   '. ��������� v  Subject to change without notice.    , u  #'  111  NOTICE  ,.;Sayward Land Distriot.  District of -Sayward.  ���������     TAKE   NOTICE, lhat   'Justin  IDorr of upper Valdcz. Island, occupation farmor, intends to apply for  permission to -purchase the following dei-cribrd lands :   Commencing  at a po.-t planted  10 chains east or  Hyariiith   Lake   and    10 .chains  south of N. \V. corner of J-.-D. pre  .emptiun, thence  10 chains West to  lake, thence in a south-easterly dir  ectioti, 10 chait.s along the   shore  ���������of the Hike to tho intersection of J.  D. line, thence north 10 chains to  (point of commencement, contain-  ling in all five acres more or lc*"i".  ,  *     -.-       JUSTIN DORR, ^  Name of Applicant in full  Date,March 8th, 1913  LAND REGISTRY ACT.   -  In thk-ma'lteu -df an application for a' fresh Certificate of Title  toLot' 54 "[Mup 311] Townsite of  .Courtenay.     ,  NOTICE is hereby -.iven of my  ���������intention at tho expiration of one  '���������calendar month from the first puh-  ���������licati'ui,hereof to i^ue a fresh-Cer-  ���������tifiuate of Title in lied of the Corti *  ticale of   Titiv.   ii>:ued   to   Jo.-pph   \i������pi,������������_/M._i.iw,_yn,.i,'_r.*_xr������ ������^i._i nn'r._  and numbered   10H90C which has  been lost,  .     Dated at Land Registry Office  Victoria, B. C, this  21st day of  December 1912.  . S   Y..WOOTTON.  . Registrar General of Titles.  The Courtenay Hotel  it  Every convenience for guests.  Tho CantiaMIotol for Sportsmen  None, but tlie. Best of Wines and Liquors  '.at the Hat-.  /?ATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  DRINK  The purest and best BEER, and  , made in Cumberland.  iilOfil  ���������  ������te  J.    NJ   McLEOD      JPEiOFRlETor  English 4 x BURTON always ou tap.     also, the famous MILWAUKEE  - BKER5���������Anheiiser, Bubumian, Schltz, &c.       "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH VVDISKY, Beat Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  ���������Tlm Jioardiug and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence, of Mri*  -   Davis, will lw tout*a First class in every rosueut, , '  ATES,"  *?1 00 per day upwards.  ���������Bn_g___aEflB3BBraia������iaEBBG^^  SHARES IJ4 TJ4E  a  offer-   you   a safe .and   sound    investment   with  1      ���������*���������*  good return on your money as well as airenhanc-  ed value  from now on.  " A Company _ with   No Promotion Shares.  ' .ACompany-with its ��������������������������� own fiscal agency., '  A Company   that will look "-solely to  the we 11 fa re  of its shareholders.    Shares are now selling at $i     ,  for all   cash,   or    on   the   easy,, instalment   plan..  Call op send fot* a Prospectus to-day  Brewers' Dried Grains  * ,     Better,* Cheaper Than. Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  "-"'<"       Distributors  - T   NANAIMO, B.C.    "  -pwws-^y-pg-'^w^tifaiu  The   Mercantile .General -Agency-,," .Ltd.  Selling Agen'ts*f or Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co., Ltd*  __________ ii :_________J.I gad ofHcgg-;-^���������     '���������' ���������    '   '  CONTRACTOR  Plastering, Brickwork,  Cement Work, etc.. etc.  IF YOU NKKD ANY WORK DONE OF THE  ABOVE DESCRIPTION LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THR NEW ENGLAND HOTEL WHEN  SAMIC WILL HE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  First-Class Work.  mramw  ������<3Xsx������x*>s^ v-ttwsxs  207, 208, 209 Union Bank Building.'^Corner View aud Gov't.,  Streets,  Victoria, B.C.  . Phone 3243       . ��������� -    * Geo. Abbott, Ma n a giu g Director, .    -  ; "W'e Build Homes and Make Loans."  'gjywurd Land District.  J)Utrict ni Sny ward.  TAKE NOTICE lint Jolin Ar*hur Duly,  of New Yoik, New York, 1 conpuli-'u clork  intoi.di to' apply  for peruiitnioii to pur  olmio Uio   following  described  lauds:���������  Commencing nt   a   \>oA plant d  ut tha  f-otitli-eaat   corner of heauo 4(3,   thenoe  south 60 cliuiiiH,   thenco west SO clm'mo,  tlionco notth   ������0 cm-inn,   lh������no������   card  80,  chains tu poii 1, of coii-tn-niicau'cnt oontuiu  ing 040 litres moro *.r loiiH,  JOHN AKTJIUlt DALY  Fu-iher IT. Giikiiw, Agont.  Dato Juno 24th. 1012.  .   Sayward Lnnd District.  District of Sayward.  ���������TAKE NOTICE that'-George Stucke, of  Now York, N. Y., oi-oup<ttinn   ciigiaecr,  intonili to i-pply fcr * ormis*-i*ir to pm*.  chuso   tlio  following   deBoribtd lutnln:���������  Oommoneiug at u pool planted 20 ciuina  south of tho north-east corcer of lot 501,  tl.c-ncu oast SO chuint!, ilionco nor Hi  40  (-I'-ii'iH, th onoo   wont  20   chains,   thence  sqiirh 40 chains to po'nt of commenco-  uic-ul contaitiuig GO awen nu.ro or hurt,  OK011GK STUOKR  Fisher M.^Gackioo, Ap,ont,  Date Juno 19th, 10112.  NOTICE.  To whom it may conccxi*'.���������  This is to notify the public  that till freight charges ou bonded goods cleared at Union Bay  for the Uoniox Valley must be  paid before goods cau be iorward  ed, Hy order  'Canadian ColUnries Dunsniuir]  Co.  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  ;aJr?.e the millions think,  S:*yward L-ind Dint iot.  District ot S tywai-d.  TAKEXOriuK "hat Ooorgo Clurloa  Ston-.of Nu* Yoik, N. Y., oooup.-.tinti  oloi-li. intends to apply for pormiPsion to  purtihuso tho foUowiuf** dojcrlhod lnods:���������  Cointiuuicin** nt a p.mt plni;t*,-il 40 clluins  wo t mid 20 oliaiiiH ivcrth of thu iintth cant  ooiiKr of lot (5M, tlwnco fuae 40 chaiiiH,  llisiiejacnlh "0 (.lrui-'' tliunco wont 40  uliiu;*), t v t rt rili 20 ohtiiuu to point 0'  onu:iiumctHuonI centalniiig 80acrcn tnon-  ov lOlf.  CIKOKOKC'IIAHLKSSTOSK  Fiulicr M. Oatiliiim, A'ffn.it.  Dato Juiip ltldi, 1012.  b'uyward Lnnd Dhlriot.  Distriot of S.iy\\aid.  TAKE POUCH tlint Ch-irlai J'crmy of  VaiiiMuvor, lb Cf ouuupatiiin coutrnotc,  lnl'-mU to "Pi'ly fi-r t'GMiti������Hion tn jinr-  o'l-'fl') tho^follon iii(-;] dciorlb'.>d lands.'���������  Co iiinouoiui* at a pout pluntcd nt llm  S.mlh eiiHt noriifi of lot (578, tho. o������ wost  ���������I-l) clmiiiH, lliiMiOk* Hotnh HI) olmiiiN, tlmno**  Liut40 uti-vtiiH. (Jm.'i.c> u������r h 80 ouiluii to  yc-lut of c>uinunc('ir.i.-iit cuut.ini*^ iiilO  iK.'i'.-u moro  or luuii,  t  IL-.ULM) l'l..NNi  Fi-h.r  M. ri.i-S.i-i>.. A;--..*.  1) .todJmj--10.il, 1012.  Suyward^Land District.  Dii-trict of Skyward.  TAKE.tNOTICKJth������t   H.nry   Alfred  Ilo B, of Now York, Tifow York-, occupation electrician, iutencls to npply furporiiiis  siou lo purmisi'on to purohnao lho following doscrihod luiid.i���������l'ommeucins; at  a  posl planted n������ tho^Routh oast oornor of  tho north wos1; q-mrtcr of lot 533,  thenco  40 chniuB oust, thonco  40 chains north,  tlionoo 40 obaiiifl]wo 1, thouuo 40  oliuins  south topwiitv'f cum i.oncomout coutain-  iug ICOaoros more or 1 ob,  Hkskv Alfkku Uk.jh  F.t'lier AI. Giskins Agcui,  Dated Juno 24th, 1912.  fpfi9^ deed's riioHplio-iline,,  WW^tji Tho Orrnt J'no'ixtt. Jlsmrily.  [���������% Jr *v TtmMaiidfnv-laoramtlicwIiDb  ^ttT:,^^**Cv'.'-r^,0l3ll KMti.i, n.:iV(i������ i.i'.i  W**������',<*SM-1*iiIc3illn of.l Vein.-. ("������������������r.MjWrr--  oil-, thbllitji, Mtatitlaral lU-ttitt, Hoii-f. J hi.  ItoUtitnrv, hcXunl ivtakitft,^ iMitmon., Ofi. r  M&iirrhtfLwul Iff'd* t/.*li������if-t.r i.ttttttn.  vaujUtttb    *****aia������irawai^   svu������K4s  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Nuff Said/'  *\     ' p    Ll   TADPPII I  V "W    fflt %        ���������        ������    .     4    t-������������    k-H*   t*-M-.   -*---��������� ^  B   mw     *t*%m**m***mm*w***Ht**t**i**B*^������(***m**iF*m*%    I  W      %vmm*.mmmimtk*tMmm*mmitm mmmmmmm*mm*������m*mm*am  Ihighgrade stoves  !? And n" KITCHF.N    UTENSILS  Sportsmcns Goods  and  Genera! Hardware  Saywnrd Ln.d Diatriot.  Difltrct 0! Saywutd.  TAKK NOTK.tf   that  William   John  Sullivun, Now York, N, Y.,   ocoirpntion  clork, intendri to apply for porn.i-.Bion to  purchMso tho followinR  tho followhij; dos.  oi-ih'-d landHi���������C(nnniOuoii.'{ at    11   pout  jiUntod 10 chain-' noutli from 111-- nmUi-  'Mil corner >if lot 57!)  (on post 571) tliprnw*  north 80 vhuinii, ih.noo  omit 80 olinini*,  thonco f-.-mtli 80 clia-un, tlitmuo woA tiO  oliuina, Ui p-.iiiit of oommmicCiinHt  0011  tui'.iif- UIO i'or en in.to or Ions.  WILLIAM JOIIN..SU1-MVAN  Kiohor M, (iiifikiiio, Agent,  Unto Juno *Jl-.t, 1'Jl'J,  Suyward hind D.Htn-ti  Dist'lot of H.-yw'1'd.  TAKK NOnUli! Unit Wi'Uam AURnnnt  lliiicholl, ������f No* York, N. V., omi| u-  tion ilwvk, inltmlu to npyly for pprmUHion  to piirolin-io lho followlii,'* doKi'rilifl  linidi��������� <-,oir.mcii''iii'j; id a post pliuiti'd  III) cliiucii O'Ut 111.1l 40 olmii h aortii ol the  north-*-i-i-i corntr nf lot bfi'A, tti'-ncn \voi*t  80 cln'iM inbro or lou-i, to lot 381, tlicnco  ���������lOuliaiMH (ontli n'o.i-j tlid boiiudiiry" of  lot 3S1| thonco taut 5(J oh/dun moro or hex  to loii-u -io, Uioncu nurtn "in mnoi** tu  yAiiiL tit a liu.i.tJi.ki (...-bi cu/;iiii...,(.,' -..-J.  htioi* woro ur loai.  WILLIAM ATMAUPT HISCHOFl  ritdicr M,(.iiiHkiuj, Aj-cnt.  ii-t-- Jutioumii, inr,1.  Suywurd Lmiil Dintnot.  District ot S.iywnrd.  TAKK  NOTICE  tint   WnlUr  Bedtll  D-Pt,     <f    Now     Vi.rl*.    No*     Yoik  ocenpution    luhori-r,   i.itondu  to   npply  Ioi' purmieainii to pUK-li'im tho   foi owii.**  il. (orilxdlaudii:���������l.'oiniin-nci'K   "it   ������������������ lo-t  piiinttid 1120 ohdini  Wbtt ������t.d   10  cl.i-'inH  uovd'. A thu iinutli O'irA   cornoi   of   I.nasu  ���������HI, tin non Romli bOcli.ins, thenco cngt 40  (ihui.ui.   ti'onoo inntLi   80 oliuini*,   thonco  wfHt 40 oliuiim to point (���������fi.HMiiiuni.o'-moi.t-  OMiUitiiiifi; M20 iioro* moro or ]om,     'i ���������  WALTKIl UKUGLL I!K8T  Kinlior M. G.u:kiu������, Agont.  D.ito ,Inn j 24th, 1012.  .**Jnywri*d hind Dmtrict,  Dintricl 1 f day u ard.  TAKKNOTrn-i tlrtt Churl-h Ilonry  Heat, of NmvVoik, N. Y.. icctiiution  italiKsmin. 1 -t 'id'ito hpply for ptruii wion  V.' p.-rvliim- tii.. fn l-rtint* lUi.i'.rilrt'i ln.d ;  Ojiiiun-i.fli'j" nt ft p Ht i Inn tii lit llm  l orih f-'Ul ci in-'r i-l 1 it fi*!, t^'f.p������ 1 ort'i  20 ��������� Iiii'.tiH, tiii'iifo w-Ht 'J.l tlnini*. "Ik'i.'t  -rlflllltl  i'Otl.H'll',   lillllit'O <'���������!.'     'JO   'Ut'.i*    t������i  ;n.t.t   1..'   iuu.:i.'ii.iin'-.-:   fint luii.i*   t!  icr.-M m.-rc <>* ������'*���������"'  i'IH.JU.J'^ IH.MiY 1MNT  1'i-Ucr M, (i k'j'k'ik, A<i>W.  ni f-Jii.n������ jo j> m:i  NOTICiU  Any poj-i-on m pi������i-.-*utiP, tiiittintr,  n'liiuvitifi or inking any block?,  tiniU-r mi* wood, uf any di,(*i:i,i|itio������ln  Joloiigiiij:; to lho Wellington CoL  ii'orv Co'v., (,jr from or off thu lnnd  of tiio snid ('unijmiiy, or 'iiiyono  tipj'ing rubbish of any description  ft*.} ������*, tiuu    ii*.'*.*!'     Uit:   iwuij .UjV's  i;iii.) ******-i ii-* |'i'o������i*uutuii tu tin* full  extent of tho litw,  W, J,. COULSON,  (idiorul Maiincrpi',  ll Co lli������ry Co,y.  *m������ m * m*t-m0m������*mtm  NOTK.'S.  lltliii*.'. 0:1 'opoiuotivtih juiil   rail  way p**!*-* nf   tlir   Hnion  f\il!i���������������***���������*  Compnny by tiny  person   cr   p-r-  %Vi-i���������-CXCI'l'l  lilUi C ������������������-*������������������- -iv! ������!T'.Ctljf  pMli'VilcJ.    Knjpl*iyt"!B   'Ti-   jijU-  iih.* 1*������-.'iPixji****.'.*! for itil-fiwirij;   tr.ni-  Bv rtr'l'.'r  \v. I.. ruin.suN,  G';t"(;j'.*J hJjuafctf. V*  TTTP, yTr.tv^  rrr-\vRi7.T*T,.A\T*n. ,tv r*  DRUGGED AND.R0B3ED-IN  PARIS  to  Maypole Soap  for home-  dyeing;  Wftihes and dyca M  onr opa&l'.on, ���������j***!*--  ing :ein* r!^sbly  cl^sn, brirfht, Uu  colof-.Dyc* coltou,  wool, silk ot mix-  (urea, ' 24 colore,  will give any shade.  Colors 10c, blaci  .13c al your deale***  orposlp'c! with bit.  Ic! "How lo Dye'  1*������*   F. L. BENEDICT 4 CO  105  Montreal  Meets   Stranger   Who   Volunteers  Show  Him  Sights of the.City  Paris, France. ��������� A curious story  was told to tho Paris police , hy a  young Canadian, Jaiuea . Huntly, or  Hently, of Winnipeg.  Mr. Huntly is a Teal'estate agent  by profession. After a short stay in  London ho arrived; he said,' at the  Garo St. Lnzaro, hi Paris, on hia way  to Nice, lie intended to remain only  ono day hero. He says that he put  his luggago in .the cloakroom at the  station, got a check for it and went  for a stroll.  , Opposite Cook's, on the Placo de  l'Opora, he was accosted by a guide,  who offered to show him Paris. He  agreed, and got into a taxicab with  the man. After showing him several  points or interest the guide proposed  to show him Uio Apache, quarter, and  drove with him to a house in a slum,  lie docs not know whero it was.  The giddo took hlni Into a* room on  tho first Iloor furnished with a few  chairs, a table* and a cupboard���������noihlng case. The ?200 guide opened  tho cupboard and offered Mr'. Huntly  a drink which he accepted.  As soon as ho had, emptied his  glass ho fell asleep and knows nothing  of what happened to him till bo-woke  'up lato id the afternoon on a" chair  in the. Madeleine Church. Hia pocket-book had disappeared. There were,  he says, twenty ten-dollar bills hi it,  several papers and the check for his  trunk. The trunk had been taken  away from the cloakroom* presumably  bv the thief.  "'The charity organization of the  British Embassy sent Mr. Huntly  back to London and ho will be repatriated. .. '     ���������  PARK LING WATER, cool ami  sweet, refreshes the farmer who  builds a  That Fellow Feeling  Outside a busy fishmonger's stood  i large lco cart. The driver was inside tho shop, but on a block of lco  sat a small boy, with comfort writ  largo upon his face,  'Ere gltoutoftt! yelled ho man, all  In ono wonl, as he suddenly appeared  from tho shop.  ���������   Then tlio uninll boy lifted his face,  now charged wllh sadness.  Was ynu over a boy? he asked ungrammatically.  OC course* I wnsi, camo tho reply,  but���������  And did you ever slop away from  , school?  Yob���������  And whon ynu got home did yer  farvor over got Int belt find���������  Then it dawned on the big and burly i'.'c-n.nn.  You stop jur.t where you are, my  little mnn, ho saiil genially. 1 quite  understand,  Keeping Pace With It  I say, can you tcH me how far it is  to tho nearest town?  Tho rustic, looked at the hot and  footsore traveller, scratched his head  thoughtfully, and then replied:  .  Oh, about   three   miles,   I   should*  think.    .*  And ttie traveller continued .his  journey- with renewed energy.  An hour or so later he met another  rustic to whom he repeated his question, hoping to hear now that he was  near his journey's end. But"instead,  after the subject ;had been carefully  considered, ho was told that ho was  exactly three miles away.  Wiih'a sigh,'therefore, he set out  once more and walked on and on;  then on and on again, until at last he  mot yet another rustic, who cheered  him with this consolation:  Threo miles from rthe top of that  hill wlll see you there  Good! readied the pedestrio.n. If  I hurry a bit, I shall be able'to hold  my own against it.  ^"pHE FARMER, above all others, appreciates good water. He drinks  more water than the city man. The city-dweller is-dependent upon  the public water-supply for the purity of his water, while the farmer can  have his own private source of-water, and thus be sure that it is pure  and healthful.  "AN hasn't found abetter drink than cool water, properly collected and stored.    But in order to keep  water fresh and pure, a tank or well casing that will ������keep out every possible impurity must be used.  CONCRETE IS THE IDEAL MATERIAL FOR TANKS AND WELL-CASINGS.  IT   is  absolutely  water-dj-ht,   pro'tectinf- your  water  from seepage of all  hinds. , It cannot   rot or  crumble.    It. is easily cleaned inside.    Time  W  I  * md water, uutead of causing it to decay, actually make it stronger,  Address Publicity Manager  HPHEREarc scores of otheruses for concrete on your farm--on every farm.   If  -"- yo.u would like to know of thcni, write for our book, "What the Farmer Can  Do With Concrete. '���������'   The hook is absolutely free.  P  r\UH Farmers' Information Do-  parttr.ent will help yoa io decide  how (6 baild anything, from apart].-  step to a silo. "-27ie service is free���������  yon don'i even have io promise la  boiUt. When In doabi ask the Inform.  ft/ion Department  aisada' Cement .Company  508  569  Limited  HERALD CLDCL. MONTREAL  -\ATHEl-i yon go io bay cement  be sure ihat (his label is en  every bmT ar.d barrel, i Then  yon know you an /tutting ihe  cement ihat the farmers of '  Canada have found io be tht  best.  HE SECRET OF  GIRLISH BEJ  The Blood Must be Kept Rich and  Pure, and the Nerves Pro-  ���������     perly Nourished.  Victor and Vanquiehed  Past stall after stall went the rich  merchant, followed by a' footman in  smart -livery. It was the annual village bazaar, and the rich man had been  roped in by force of circumstances.  Ah, Mr. Kitzbrcndon, said avreally  sweet* aud charming lady ^at one of  the stalls, and' what are you going to'  buy? Dear old* auntie and I aro running this table, and we have homemade cakes, aprons, penwipers, and���������  , Yes, said F; and I'll buy just one of  each. But do yoa sell kisses at your  stall?      ������ ' ' <,'"'"  ���������Oh, certainly! came the ready reply.  One guinea each.  Right! replied the; autocrat. Then  I'll take a couple���������and good measure  please.  Aunt, remarket! "the fair aifd-dainty  damsel, forward, please. Two kisses  for this gentleman!  For a moment* the man of jneans  and money was nonplussed, but only  for a moment. Then ho turned to  his servitor: ��������� ,  .   James, he said coolly, just take this  purchase, please. . ������������������  With fio 1hnrmip.lt a propa radon nt  hand as Millci*'** Worm Powders the  mother who nllnws her children to  j'.iilTor from lho rnv.ws* nf worms is  unwise raid culpably careless. A  child subjected lo the ntl;i''l;������ of  worms Is*. u1wm,v������ unhealthy nnd will lie  ���������alunlod In Its urmvth. H iii a merciful net lo rid It of theso dnUructive  '���������I'lriiHlt.'*!-., efipechilly whon U can be  don*.'.' without diflU'iiliy.  Tlio Tempter  Tf yon will nmrry me, said llu** ardent mil! or, you idiiill havo your own  aiiloinohilo.  How dure yon! r.ho lilsncd, You  know I dim (idviK'iitliih' vote;- for wo*  men, nud in.'iliit on wiilklni".  Wn.ilnr--ll.ivo you tried our turtle  roup, -Hlr?  Diner���������V-'.-**, I hnve tiled  df-clalmi Ih that t.ho turtle  nlllil.  it am] my  proved nu  ^m**ffll!Vfl.'t**ftKX*m.  COe. a box or ������lx boxei far  ���������t ill dcateiM, or Tho DodiJ-  M������������|.  clnt Company,  Canada.  Limited,    Torsnto,  Every parent of a growing girl arid  every young woman who looks after,  herself, should be constantly on the  watch, for symptoms of impoverished  blood. Girls in tlieir teens should  not bo pale, languid and constantly  fatigued. Naluro intended them to  bo bright, energetic nnd active. Tho  happiness of a lifetimo depends upon  glviug the blood tbo help it needs at  tills timo. when girls aro too frequently allowed to overstudy, overwork or  suffer from lack of cxotoIso. ���������  Tho symptoms of Impoverished  Wood aro unmistakable,, --They are  ianguidness, pale, sallow complexion,  shortness of breath, violent palpitation of .Uio heart, particularly on going  up stairs, poor appetite, dizziness and  headaches, and a tendoncy to faint.  These symptoms of course aro not all  found in every caao, but the more  tho victim has ot them tho greater  progress has the troublo rnad.o and tho  moro Imperative Is tho necessity to  .it onco begin to chock tt, through tho  uso of Dr. Williams' Pl-nk l'llls, which  bring hue kfho glo wot health and energy to every part or the body. Tho  case ot Miss J can It' Fraser, Hamilton,  Ont,, offers proof of this. Sho says:  "For nhnut eighteen months I was  In. a very bad "f-Lulo of health and  titoroi'.'vhly run down. 1 Imd no nn-  polite and miff curd from most of the  symptoms of miaenila. I wont to a  local doctor and reeehvd ,ti\nfmonf  from lilm for Mi wo nunit.li**, anil although T took bottle nftcr bottle of  medicine I was Htendlly irrowIiiK worse,  and I fin-t fo down-hearted nud do-  pro-mod tlmt I felt 1 would novor get  better. At tiil������ timo I read tho case  of a young lady whoso symptoma were  similar to my own,, who had heon cured by Dr. Wllll'im;-' rink Pills, nnd I  decided to try them. Hy lho time  I hnd mud Llirco boxer, niy nppctlle  hnd imprnvi-il nnd I was feeling morn  encouraged. I eonfliiuod the iron-of  the l'ill'i f"'* a tluin longer and my  health wn-i fully rcslorod."  These Mil:' are sold by all medicine dealers or may bo had by mail  nt TiO rontH ft bo\* or six lioxoa for  $2.r.O from The Dr. Williams' Medlclno Co.,  Ih-oekvlHe,  Out,  r_. .��������� i   i-i mil ii in*  t i;:. .-j ..mi Ti".T.i|i-.f> re������n"nr"-* i-m  this piano whllo'I am away at bual-  lies-**:? ,     ,  Yen, futlinr, n j*Ho:l Uu; boy.  l-'.vrry day?  Ye:', f.ithe'r.  How long d'.d yon practico today?  M'li ��������� l.M-ir-.*  a\]A how* l*>ii'- ye/ifi'i-day?  'I'w-i and a hull' liourH.  W.--H, I am glad to hear that you're  -���������.n regular1,  Y< i. fa'hor.  And t.!n- ne\t lime you practice bo  .'���������.uro and unhiek t.he piano. Here if*  ii,��������� I...*. . ( in,*;,, ,1 tl,.- I'.utvji.'.i'-r.t  laft wo.'k nnj I have been cairytng  ,,     .    .   ���������., .,,,��������� ,,-,ri- ,i r.yor fllU'i',  A Medical Need Supplied.���������When a  medicine is found that not only acts  upon the stomach, but is so composed  that certain ingredients of it pass un-  altered through tiio stomach to find  action in' tho bowels, then .there is  available a purgative and a cleanser  of groat effectiveness. Parmelee's  Vcgotiiblo Pills* aro of this character  and aro tha best of all pills, During  the years that they have been iii use  they havo established themselves as  no other pill has done.  _<, It Jieeps,your_U.W.hltc,Clothe-'*" looking.  Just like New.  It docs not Spot or Streak tho clothes  as there Is no settling. " '. ,  It is tho "Handiest-Kind" to use.  It is Guaranteed to clva Perfect Satisfaction or money Cheerfully Refunded.  TRY IT,  ond Prov������ ti  for Yourseli.  A locentpack-  nce lasts.-.bout-  6 month*;, ns it  blues z$ Good  Size Washings  Mmiiif.iclurrd by  The Johnson.  . lllchunlson Co.  l.imlli-il,  MnnlrL-iil, Curt,  m aaannumiHMHU  LISTENS  "J-R Blue is much better  than any oilier." Miss  Thomson, Iislmont, Man.  "J-R Bine is .in Excellent  Blue, Superior fo other  Blues." Mrs. Frank J.  Moore, Conn, Ont.  "J-R Blue, i- the best  Blue I ever used." Mrs. W.  Switzer, Braiuioa, ManJ  The case had reached n critical stage  and even tho judge seemed to awaken to a livo ini crest in the proceedings, for the most important witness  was* about to bo cross-examined.  the lady's maid? began  barrister,  at 7  o'clock  sir. \ i \>:  So you nro  tho relentless  Yes, sir,'  . And whoro were you  on tho evening in question  I was In my lady's room,  For what' purposo?  I was dressing my lady's* hair, sir.  Tho barrister leaned forward nnd  fipol-a very fjlowly and Impressively,  Now think, he said. I want you* to  bo very careful in answering this que**,-  tlon:' Was or was not your mlstrcsa  In tho room at tho timo?  .  .,',1    , .-   . .m  Only Ono "BROMO QUININE"  Th.it IB I.AXATIVM RHO MO   QlUNlNl'*,  ".nfil- fm- tno wIbhiiIiiiv or i*:, W. lii'OVi*",  Ciii'i'n n  t-NiUl  In.Ouu  IJay.   Cu'l.)  Gri;i  in Two IJ-.iya.    25u.  Good frlond, if fate Eliould but bes-'.ow  Upon, we'll say, a man 111������> you, -  Tho problems I'havo mcntlouod, oh!  * jWlrnt would you do?     What would  tf-',*.-.-you do?  Hla Opinion of Thom  H'lrloom, cxpliilnod, (lie  farmer,  handed  lu sumo  Ht.  have  :;..ti.-  uiui 1  r,-n*i*  ��������� 11 r.-.!itir*".--  ��������� -JJ t J V   Ill'.'.'l  .-':ii  miniiriil  -Two  fuiind  of 1'  tiny roftlnt*  In tin- mon-  i-li*r)"ii-ouj;h,  An  in nomothiiig that lina been  down from fntlier to sou und  car.on hi Areatly prlaod.  I'd pri/e theso lirdrlonnin I'm wearing, i-i'inarked ���������tho young!-ter. a good  deal moro lf they wasn't tsu long lu  tho legs.  Minard's Liniment for c.ile everywhers.  An Inspiring Model  Little Johnnie, having in 'his possession a couplo of bantam bens,  which laid vory email eggs, suddenly  hit on a plan. '��������� Going tho next morning to the fowl-run, Johnnie's father  was surprised to find an ostrich egg  tied to ono end of the beams, and  abovo it a card, with the words: Keep,  your cyo ou this and do your best.  ..St; Petersburg. ���������P. Holmot*, of  Lavendon, llucks, who Is 73 yonra old,  has sung basri in the local chapel.choir  for 'JH'ty years.* .'Ho.'lirU*" nlso  worked for moi*o iba/n forty-years on  ono farm.  Cardiff .���������A. 'farm    -sorvant  Frederick Duvlcs wa3 wiu-bod  cliff by a   wavo at   Gowor,  .Waios, nnd drownod.  named  off tho  South  Waltlnfl for an Answer  Wo luikpd ainno inonlhs ago whether  ]iii]jt.'i* collar;; aro still worn, No due  voucluinfed to answer. It Is our lm  prooHiou that tho celluloid drovo out  the paper. Wo well remember tlie  paper collar and the paper dicky.  Cool Urn-gens lined to, aliig of llilde-  brand Montrose:  Ho parir his hair wllh exlrcmo caro  ...... ������������������  i- -I ��������� ���������  i.......��������� .  Hnt thn paper cnlUir, oneo worn,  waa an acr.()iiiplifihnl fact, uouiethiiij,'  In he forgotten; wlillo Uio reJInlold  lllu* the ruamoUiMl ptool collar o'f liie  civil war period can h.i clcnn-eil.  The Hlci'l collar wnn nt rcguliir Inter-  ��������������� -ii'i ivtr^'ilr'il by u*-i-> nr n livMli  brindi.  l.c.-ii pl.ii-H In I\ 'erlioivuiKli  to be thu  an-  !;,lid  i.������.  it^m w ^*j-*tn-*rr*r t-Mif-*-^������^  I'nir.H.  '." i .,.-*���������  I������.'>n  W.N.U.   .A\  It  .it* vv.  i ...-j  >.'.:- f-.v!n 'MMr-'-i  i.r  Jio v,. ro drnv.ncil in U'hittlp-  ���������  n.-:  they  wiTi>  rron.-itjvj  to  i-'.'d at l\-t.'!'.3o:,ou-'.U AbLcy.  Ife had obtained a place In nn estate Mgetit'ri ofllco and wan doing ov-  ery tiling ho could for thn intcrer-ht 0f  hl.i employer:*. Tho olh or evening  h-> wax ut a-bocI.iI gathering and wnt  :u'.\i-d In */iii.;. Ilo ri .I'loiiir*" ,,'nh  Home Sweet Home. Ills friuiulrf woro  a n'.tl- .'urprlned v.'. th- r-b'otiy,., *..;.<.  lie was lierulily iip|i!;iudi'd. tv-fp-  ping forward, lift Kihl: I am glad you  JUii' Homo Hwtf*t IJonic, nnd li-t i.ie  ������iy 1hat thi' rouipany I ri'pn-.'.ent i.-t  **i.illn;t honu r* on tcrm.i to ,';iiit every-  Imdj ui'liln -JO nilnute.-.' i;���������]���������-��������� nf ;������(.���������  i-f���������**-,*���������. KvrryhO'ly f>iv\h> In h'lvo ri  liouii'. K you don't want to llu- ia  one r>r tlier.e liwi:-.pji your.;,-If, ir.s ih-'  cluinee of your life for an i:n.i..iiii,*ni  's Always  A Good Thing  To havo a  Clear Horizon  at both ends of tlio day,  .V dish of  Post  Toasties  fiir iii"*-nkfmt nnd nrjatn nt the o7on-  ing meal open** nnd pIoboh tho day  with a du.Hh of nun Ail no.  Toastlei* are blta of hard, whlto  Indian Corn, Ilrst carefully cooked,  then ronm i in vi 1111.1 ciniiuy- uun  tonslcd to a dolltalo, appetizing  brown.  Not a hand touchc. tho food In  ninntifae.ture, and It Is ready to  Hervo direct from tho package���������to  bo eiUi'ii \utli eii-.iiu or inlll;-���������.tnd  BUgar, If desired.  Post To.iHlle.i t.ihte dellclmisly  roj-I aud are richly in-tiri-dilng.  M.id." by  Can.i.iut.i I'.  I.Id  Pur.) I'ood I-'actorloj* ot  ��������� I.>��������� t'.t ,\ ,������! ('.,),,jmiiy,  ���������A'niiinor, lint.  What  Is Considered   Grave  Situation  is Discussed" by Her Statesmen  ���������1 ���������>      in Secret  Brussels, Gormany:���������The' Belgian  chamber of. deputies has discussed at  a secret sitting vital questions of national defense.  When it was proposed that a secret  sitting should be held, several members" announced that they would not  maintain secrecy, - and tulmultuous  scenes occurred. Baron do Broque-'  ville,' the premier and war minister,  according to tho ministerial organ, Lo  Patriot stated: Tho ' minister for  foreign affairs and myself are on' a  volcano. . If you' do not promise to  keep our communications secret wc  'sbTirb"e'xc^"peiIcirto^'ith^  Guarantees tliat secrecy would* be  observed were obtained and the secret sitting was held. . Stringent; precautions wero taken and parliamentary journalists woro forbidden access  even to rooms adjacent to the chamber.  lt is clear that the premier has boon  greatly impressed by tlio German military measures at. Elsenborn and othor  places on the Belgian frontier. .. At  Elsenborn there is the vast maneuvering camp of the,Coblen-/. army corps.  Prom ' Aix-la-Chapello a military railway of great strategic importance runs  south' and almost parallel with Uie  Belgian frontier. At Weismes a  branch lino runs west to Mulmedy,  close to the Belgian frontier. A new  line connects ''Malmody with the Belgian frontier town of Stnvolot and  tho railways to Brussels and Liege,  At tlio public sitting of tho chambor  Baron de Broquevillo said that tho debate might ho docisavo regarding the  future of Berlin. Certain foreign  powers, he stated, would welcome an  increase in tho Belgian army. Although thoro is Eomo opposition, it is  virtually certain that an increaso will  bo voted.  According to the Dernlcro ITouro.  tho premier said the international sit-  nation was greatly ' disturbed, that  largo military forces wero massed to  tho south and east of Belgium, and  that, it behooved tho country to bo in  a position to boo that Uio Integrity of  her territory wag-respected.  HOWS THIS  Wc otter One Hmulrcd  Dollqi-H  for nny enj*_n .or Catarrh thru'or  Itewnril    ..innot'bo  cui-c-il by HiUI'm  U'lliirrii ..Cui-p,   ,  '  V,   J.   CniBNI'Ty  &  CO., 'ToIpiIo.   O,  Wo,  lho undernl'ifni*-',  linvn known I*,  J. Chewy for tlio Ini-t lli yens, nnd boliovo liim i*ui'i*L'Uy li*.im>.';i in all 'hlsiIioh.-i  trniiK.'U'tloiiH nnd llnnnol.illy iiblo u> carry  out nny iibllivalloiis mado by hln linn,  V.'AM'IN'i   K I.V NAN   &   MAI'.VIW,  \V)ioIi>mi1ii DnifiKlHfH, Tnli'dii, 0,  ITnll'H Cndinh (Jure Ih tuljon Intcnmlly,  UciliiK dlroplly upon Ih'e hloml nml nr.m-  Ollll   Hlll'flU'OH   Of   tllO   Kyi'tlWII.   Tl-HlilllllllllllH  Kent   free,   I'liuo   7fi   oonls    per   liutllu,  Hold by nil ilimu'lRUi,  Tnko Ilnll'a i-'iiinlly rillfi for con.'itlpa-  Hon.  WINNIPEG DRUGGIST ENDORSES  JANOL REMEDIES  SANOL AND SANOL'S  ANTI-DIA-  BETES EFFECT  VVONDERFUU  CURES  Below  Is given' a copy pf a letter,  from a prominent -Winnipeg Druggist.  This is but typical of tho many wo receive,   advisi'ii,-* of  the j-reat  demand  rov SANOL iuul SA'NOI/S ANT1-DIA-  BK'L'KB,   nnd   tho' many  cures  these  sterling remedies  effect. ^  The Sanol Manufacturing Co.,  ���������   *.       -\Vliinlpeij,  Dear Sirs.��������� -      .     ��������� *  ]n regard to tho sr.le of SANJQI' and  -SAN'OL'S ANTI-DIAJ315TES I might  say I have been handling the trootls  for about - three months. I w.is  obliged    to put*  ln SANOL'S -ANT1-  ' DJAUJS'nSS to supply ono.'of my eus-  ���������ttitri el's 7==v.r lio=i iOW"=1o=go* n p.riccy^eurec^  and whom, I believe, has sent,a test!-'  monial to your olllco. Another customer ordered-SANOL and* I 'was  obliged to'stoelf lt. This gentleman  was so well satisfied that ho has sent  bottles to hla friends. Up to  this timo I had never   really ' taken  .much Interest in the,preparations, but  when customer after customer would  come in nnd toll us about what SANOL had done for them 1 camo to the  conclusion It would bo worth my  wh������lo Betting behind SANOL and recommending lt to my customers*'.  This 1 havo done, and ,t havo heard  nothing but words of. pruiso for SANOL nnd roeonimendinj-* lt to my customers. This* I havo done, and I  have heard nothing but words of  praise for SANOL and SANOL'S  ANTI-DIABETES.    I  Mil;  Yours truly;  Austin's Drug Store,  P, J. Ilamlyn, Mm*. '  Tho   orldnnl   of   this   letter,   with  many others of like  nature,  may  bo  Been upon our Flics nt any time.  SANOL Is the "KELtAULE CUUE"  for Gall Stones, Kidney Troublo. Kidney Stones, Bladder Stones, Gravel,*  Lumbmio nnd all dj&cnana urlsing  from  Urle Acid.   Prlco Sl.iJO.  SANOL'S AN'I'l-DIAIJIETES Is tho  only remedy which has a record of  complete curca of Diabetes. Price  5*.'.00.  ��������� For mile at all Lending Dnigglslu.  Send for Freo Literature,  THE SANOL MANUFACTURING Co,,  Limited  WINNIPEG, MAN.  .CONVENT OR FORTUNE  Tho Airf-nt���������Then wo'U conidder  tlint Bottled.  Tho A������i or���������Hut ���������or���������what about  Uio contract'.'  Tho ARonl���������Oh, Hint'** all rlulit. A  verbal contract will do.  Tho Actor���������) ,-uhllo, llaton. Tbo  laat timo 1 hnd a verbal contract I  drow a verbal salary.  COMIC  PAPERS      GAVE  BISHOP AWAY  BOGUS  Pocetl ns Oriental Prelate at Mcetlngo  nf n Fr-mfltilrnl- n-in1'  Pari.**, Krnnr.i*,���������To lm-iN*sa tho  Bhart'hcldt'ra ot tho Auxila'.uo International!?, a lmiiWw*. concnni with head-  (���������uartoi'H In the- Uuo l'lauclii*, tho dl-  rocfrira drofscd up a butlor In a purpln  robo, Kavo him nn imposirif,' afnothyat  rtnt' 1n wnnr and Invi'slod hltn with  tho lUln of bishop of Antlotii. 3'uriii**  tho mcotlliK tho blBhop'n oplacopai  fltaft wnn left In u prominent placo ln  the cloakroom,  As n matter nf fact, Uio bishop -va.*.  hlrod to wonr hit* clot lion nt no much  per moettni;. For a llmo ]io acted  the part with due roloinnlty, tut at  thp cIoeo ot ono of Uto na-luprlnjja nn  in'ini'.! ilvo fdiarolioldnr wonl- to Ilio  tulilo to consult tlio report whicli tlio  bishop hnd boon rond Ins durliif; the  jirfiCccdluBtt. No was rurprl.-pd to  tlnd that tho linll'y portfolio contained  a nunibrj* of very ]>nrl*-lnn comic Journal.*.     Ho tr-rulc inqulrU'ti nnd a po-  1 n,.,> f-u*cstl**.*itlon followed.  |    Tli.-> foimu'r f*1 tbc(bank lin boon  nrronTd nnd hia i>ai!sf*r i.', now In  I III'Ut.  Woman's Fortune Dcpondc on Choice  , Between tho Two  'I/ondon, EiiRland.���������-Sir Anlihurn-  ham Clomonta, ono of tho oxeeutora of  tho will ot Lord AshburnHtim, Btalod  at r.attlo, RtiBPojf, that tho lato poor's  only child, J-tuly AInry Cntliorlno Ash-  burnhani, ban not yot como to nny  decision ua to whether Rho will con-  tlnuo hor lifo ������t tho Convent of tho  Sucrotl llwirt nt not-'lminpton.  ]t nlio takOH Uio vow Bho Is pro  clmlotl hy Lord AahlHirnlinm'fi will  from lnhorltliiK hln ronl and pcrnon.il  piitnto. Tho will lifts boon provision-  ally nworn at undor $1,250,000. Bho  htui four yon rn In which to docldo, bo-  Ini** still a novlco nt tho convent. Her  iifje Is 23.  On her father's death sho was, by  special pormlsRlon of tho mothor superior allowed to leavo t.ho convent,  and Blio Is now travelling.  Chief Constable From the Ranks  London,��������� DetectIvo Superintendent  IJorbci-t Allen lias boon jipjiointc-d  chiof conntnblo of Lolcestor at a salary ot $.1000 a your. Mr. Allen served IhroujiU tho ranks of tho local pollco force.  dab n<r&t'U>lty6t'  DYOLA  Wi Hi* n.F.ANr.ST, SIMPLEST, mil nK.1T IIOMB  OW., on* ran hny.-Wliy you iWl ntahttt ia  Lnowwli.l KIND of Clnlfa youtOtKtdi 111 m������d*  Cl.-Sl -*IUl*l.*t nt fcnpoiilblt.  ^fri.l fur l-rri t'.ntnr Ctt.t, Sr.irf ttnitit't, tn.f  nnotlrt Bi*ln*r innlln nf Pr'InC r.������������f ,,|)im fnti\(������,  *n>������ loiiNiiOV.RiaiAni)*-(>M co., Minna,  fl'iniri'il, Ctirx't,  J  ���������BWMMIIHL1HI '-THE NEWS. CUIMBEIILANI), Ji, C  ^  "cr*^  arm <wi3  arden  Wall Paper. ^    '  Tbe -wall paper industry I������ this  country is about 100 years old, but the  general use of wall'paper dates from  i 1S52.     '  I .   Manhattan Island.  The island of Manhattan contains  twenty-two square miles.  r  i -  LOST BY AN EYELASH. -  GOOD THING FOR THE HENS.  Colony-  Cork's Water Club'.  Cork can boast of tbe honor of baring established the Water Club of ihe  Advantages    of    Connecting , Colony'   Harbor of Cork, the first yacht club in  Poultry. Houses. '! the Uuiled.Kingdom, Lord Inehiqiiin,  Ky'thi* use of the connecting collar ' the Hon.* James O'Brien, Charles  shown in tho cut two or more poultry j O'Neill, Henry Mitchell . and John  ��������� colon v houses can be brought together Kogors being its first members. The  and used for lhe winter quarters'of a ! Hag waa "the royal Irish harp .and  ilock, uf thirty-live or more fowls.  When used in, twos or iu threes aa  overllow 'summer house can be eon-  worted und used .mis the feeding atid  sera (chins- shod, If n third house is  used in the series it can be tHtcd ns a  crown on a green field in tbe center.  It came into existence some time before 17*18.  ���������When James R. Keene Laid For Him  a Big EJet on Besom.     ,  'Although James It Keene was known  ts the nerviest of Wall street operators, he, was anything but.a betting  man en tbe race tracks.    He dearly  loved to win valuable stakes, and be  won nearly everything In this line ex-.  cept the classic Euglish Derby.    His  horses rarely carried anything but au  Infinitesimal wager.   Big wagers wera  few and far .between with him.  i    One day when his Ben Brush colt  Besom was making his racing debut  at Sheepshead Mr.- Keene visited the  paddock In company with his trainer, '  Jimmy Itowe. aud inspected (he colt,  minutely.    Keeno  was  very fond  of  , Noonday, the colt's dam, and be talked  ! proudly of his expectations of Besom.  i The   colt   had   worked   exceptionally  i fast, and the race looked as sure as  ^^���������$4&&&$ti^i>$4&^4>QQH4><S4  <ti <**  f    '   TIM ELY.GARDEN TALK-        %  DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.  laying'or a dusting pen, lu tbis wny,  the fowls can lie kept-In larger Hocks,  with greater liberty lo the individual.  Labor is nlso greatly reduced, iuns-  miu-h as only one house Instead of two  or three need to be visited when feeding, etc. Furthermore, by virtue of tbe  larger number roosting In oue pen" it  will be proportionately wanner. . *  This connection could be made by, j  a covered wooden passageway as well  .Spanish Bullfights.  The average number, of horses killed., Bui*o things can be regarded on a raco  in  Spanish, bullfights every year ex-, track  cecds 5,000, while from 1,000 to 1,200     -xile  rcSUlt of the conference with'  bulls are sacrificed.  Wood Paving.-  The Russians invented wood paving  for streets."       .-"      .  <���������>  i  Big Money For Songs.  Many musicians besides merely comic song writers' have gaiued golden rewards by their -works. Sullivan re-,  j ceived $50,000 in royalties from "The  Lost Chord." "In Old Madrid"  brought its composer���������until then unknown to fume���������$75,000..  , Itowe was that Mr. Keene decided to  make one. of his rare large bets ou  Besom to win. The news of the Keeno  wager created almost a sensation in  the ring, and the price against the colt  went tumbling,  The race was run  1? ������S1-:* ?��������� ss* ;���������������.��������������� t sy-!.yr^^. 'r  When it was Be  | OU'^pOOHS. |  #��������� Protect the shrubs- with a ���������������  f wrapping of hay or rye strair if. x  f you would preserve the season's J>  % growth. Even if the early win- g  i ter has beeu mild March freezes |*  % do the most damage. <&  <| Mulch the lawn. If there are J>,  % thin spots give It an extra coat <$>  *������ of compost, tobacco stems, or a J>  * clean stable mixture, putting ou %  I straw'to hide it. This ngly cov- |  a crin?, which snow will usually -*.*>  T bide, will assure a beautiful ||  <$> sward in tbe spring. *  ^ Start a compost heap. A good $  <| gardener never burns leaves, Imt <?  j| keeps them in a compost be- )|  $ tween layers of stable litter, rot- *<|  ,f ting for use in the spring. !|  Trim (lie tops from, the hnrdy ^  chrysanthemums, tho hollyhocks &  and the golden {-low aud miiidi <g  the roots. 7$  ' Prune the grapes and currants **  any mild day, but leave the fruit <|  trees until later. ,'      |J  INDOORS. |  Begin   your   paper  garden,  a  4>  Boston has a centenarian in Mrs. ;  Lucy W. Keycs, inmate of a home for ���������  old persons.  Sarah Bernhardt declares that to lier,  as to other people born in the'mouth i  of October, the number J3 brings good j  fortune, and green is one of her lucky J  colors. , , * j  Princess Liehuowsky, wife of tha  new, Uernian ambassador to London,;  paints, plays, sings, "writes and cdu-j  eates her children. Her most recent j  work deals with Egypt Her next book *  ,1s tto be about children. j  Mrs. Matthew T. Scott,,, president j  general of the National Society, D. A. *  It., who Is ono of the largest landown-'.  ers in Illinois, sends forty-five of her'  tenants each year at her own expense  to the Agricultural collcgei at Cham-1  ' paign, HI. * ;  'Miss   Mabel    Boarduian.    the  AVIN0THES0E1  An Emergency For Which Actors  Must Ever Be Prepared."   .  ACTS NOT ON THE,PLAYBILLS.  Presence of Mind by Which Clara  Morris Turned to Advantage a Canine interruption In "Miss Multon"  and ������ Feline Intrusion In "Camille."  An experienced actor is supposed lo  he able to copo with any stage emergency, no matter what ia lacking or  what happens; sCool, self possessed, it  is expected of him to turn the ridiou-  first I lous into a source ef applause rather  American woman to "receive au Inipe- j  rial decoration from Japan, has de- J  voted ber life and energies loathe work ���������  of the Bed Cross. The emperor bas j  conferred on her the insignia of the!  Fifth Order of the'-Crown for distinguished public services. ���������'  ,���������, and Besom lost * f !���������?������������������<������������������' plan that-will avoid overrent out with Ber-   2 plantius.   By adding a shrub, a  Opals.;   ,  Opals,, expanding with heat, often  burst' their settings ahd , when contracted through restoration to normal  temperature drop out.  Monument of Tears.  Marking''tho dividing Hue between  Europe and Asia aud ot Russia and Siberia at the summit of the Ural mountains, is the "monument of tears," a  white, triangular pyramid, so significant to the'unfortunate exile,, whose  eyes herb ca{ch a final glimpse ot the  land which contains all that is dear to  bim.  stride' like a team,  som's; (urn to stride his nose showed  in front, and when lt was Berry Maid's  turn she showed a scaut advantage.  So it was all ,the way, Mr. Keene  watching the contest through his lield-  glasscs without a mnrmur. Tbe crowd '  was on -its' toes. As they passed the  judges it was Berry Maid's turn to  stride. Then the apple o'f'Mr. Keeue's'  eye at lho time lost tho Terdict, and  tlie vice chairman of the Jockey club  lost one of his few wagers on the turf.  -New fork World.  % time to lime let the garden,lake  f shape on paper as;new ideas ap- .^  % pfcar. -Put in your postcard or- <**>  f ders   for  seedsmen's  announce- <?  S mente. ' *$  X ���������; ' <���������#  &H>Q-$^'-^&W'$'^$^!Qv$4'$'$-'i"$  I'lioloffrapli'hy New Torlc State College of  > Agriculture.  BAr.VAXizrcb ikon com-.au csed to cox-  M-CT    I'OCr/rltY' COLONY    HOUSES    l*OH  wiNTi:n laying poiu'Osks anu housb  .SHOWING .CObl.AK IN.PLACE.   ..  j_^JLO>v^Ui_e_gi-Ivailiz(id_imu_^^  "show'n'in the cut. ��������� This1 collar, boiv-  * evi'i\  has n.piiouldcr which aids in  ., _ -keeping out wind aiid water.   The con-  ..\'iieciii):i should be about three,inches  uliu've the door and at least ton inchesj  .  Jiipli and ten inches wide or (en inch-,  ...  ,cs   in  diameter.    A  sliding  trapdoor  plni'ed on Ilio Inside of (he house will  confine tlie fowls in the house when  desired and' when the houses are disconnected for summer uso.  This type^ of. house also has the dc-  , eidod advani;ige of being large onougli  to iu-cninmodiite the chickens dining-  the entire season of growth.   Chickens  Khmild not be moved from "one brooder  lo'iinolher or 'handled or mixed up iB  it can  possibly  be uvoldcd.-Rullctin  Deiuirtment   of   Podltry   Uusbandiy,  ��������� New York Stnto College of Agriculture.  ������-?**������������������*��������� .*$ t-t'^^^^^^*^*^*^^**^^**^  I LET THERE BE NO WASTE!  |; ''cjet awny. frnm (lie one crop  % system. Von exhaust your* soil  % .ind you return little to it by ouo  &. 'Tup, Ilo I ate your crops. Ifyou  f, eiinnot do fx belter let your  j; land Ilo fn-JL -v In turn bo thnt  % the iiimospliero and nnlnre will  4,* do what they enn lo restore Us  % rettiilty. Culilviilc, com more;  j> ciilllvnte rye and oats; cultivate  % enwpens and peanuts; cultivate  f a I fulfil imd clover und utillzo nil  , % the products of tho fiinn. Let  $ there be no such thine us wnste  | of hyproducis.-noraonnil Farm. ^  $���������.-��������� ������.���������{ iM.wW''tW4>������QQ'M4*QiA,������&  Tight Boots.  ' Wearing tigbt boots .affects -.the  whole system. Appetite, complexion  and eyesight all suffer. Some physicians assert tbat baldness is partly to  be ascribed to tbis practice. '   ~  Asia.  Asia has 17,057,660 square miles and  850,000,000 inhabitants. ���������  The Vlachs  The towns and villages of the Viaehs  are-more solidly built than those of  any othor Balkan race. Notwithstanding tlieir lovo of attractive stone  houses, the" Vlachs are great .wanderers, and durlug tbe summer the greater part of the male population of the  A   PEEP,AT   IRELAND.  -Where-the Weaiher Plagues You Only,  to Fascinate You Later.  I must allow that it sometimes rains  in Ireland, but Irish rniii is not quite  like other rain.   It Is, ks a rule, softer,  than rain elsewhere,'and if the truth  mlist bo told I like'rain so long as one  has not to say, "For'tlie raib.it.rainetli  every day." '.   .   ������" .''  Irish "weather isv not so much cap-  pricious as coquettish.' *lt likes to  plague you, if but to .prepare you to  enjoy .the more 'its sunny, ;melting  mood. It will weep aud wail,sill night,  and, lo, the uext moruing* Ireland is  one sweet smile nud seems U> say: "Is  A Lra i u in gJ,I_w,*is_.j,es;t(! rdayJ A li._,th_eu..  I'll rain no more.'  IT ACTS LIKE MAGIC.  Use -of Manure Spreader HasaWon-  . dcrfuI Effect Upon Fertility.  1 saw today a mau pitching into a  manure spreader stable manure from a  large pile in the field where it had lain  until it was partially.rotted and where  it .bad been stirred several times with  forks. I was interested, says a writer  in Green l-'ruit Grower, and waited for  the man to load his wheeled spreader  drawn by two horses aud saw blin pass  up and down through the field several  times. This manure spreading machine  is a modern device.  Town Topics.  - Chicago's ready population reckou- ]  ers now make it a city of 2,29-1,120 in- [  habitants, lt is easily holding first I  place among (he nation's cities of the ;  second class.���������New York World. !  Building un auto speedway iu New j  York seems a useless expense, seeing j  that the uutos hare"made speedways,  of , practically all the streets in tbe j  town.���������Rochester Democrat and Chron-',  lele.'     .- - , 'j  . In proportion to its size Springfield. ���������  , Mass., has probably progressed fur- i  ther toward a complete mortorization j  of the apparatus of its tiro department j  than any other city in New England, J  ��������� and others may profit by its esperi- j  cnce.-Boston Transcript. '   '   ��������� '  Current Comment.  It is Italy. Portia's native land, that i  has definitely decided that women can- .  not practice law.���������Boston Journal. j  ,    The revenue cutters have fairly earn-j  'It spreads the mauure' more;evenly. ; wl a lnm. uillue    while not the grey-  tlian-any man*, can do  the jwork, no ; 1)0lllKis 0- the SOili  tbey are at least*  matter how careful or experienced he  may be. There was scarcely an inch of  soil on.the field that was not covered  with,, a slight spread of manure, the  machiue. covering about eight feet in  width each time it crosse'd the field.-  But it., would seem impossible that  such   a   slight   covering   of   manure  *sirouid'haTeTli"snt'1io"eTsTsu"ch"inarveIous-t  effect upon' tho soil,'' This  fertilizer  And the runnels leap and laugh, aud . rM]lv aets, liko lnaffiC- jt jS not alono  the pastures , and very stone walls ' n,e fertility which the manure-con-  glisten; the larks carol on their celes- j laJng which benefits tbo ]aila. 'j'he ma-  tial journey; there is a pungent, healthy , (u)re he]ps ug {Q geJ. at W0l,k bnclci**a jn  smell'of drying peat; the mountains j (he soj, t,)ua in a we.isure inoculates  nre all dimpled with the joy o������ life and- JJ]e g.Q|| wj(h he]pfui, creatures (hat  sunshine; the lake lien perfectly stl"-| couf{m)e their work. Further than this,  the St. Ueruards.-Boston Herald.  . Itevelations in Washington indicate  that if 'Wall street cannot keep warm  in cold weather it is* not for-lack of  lambs' wool���������Chic:igo"1Keeord-rJerald.  - The suggestion that automobiles be i  provided with cowcatchers does not go j  and  safely  gates  are  also  needed,��������� !  Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph. '-,  thau of disapproval or laughter.  And among  (be necessary  acquire-"'  ments for the actress Is nu unshakable, ,  self control, no matter If by some care- ;  iesgncss she Is (hrown into a situation  utmost without, precedent.   She must  never (ly ofT nl a tangent because of  some unrehearsed incident.   She must  not scream when Ihe perennial gallery  idiot yells "Fire!" if something is forgotten she must try hard to hide its ab- ���������  sence or invent: a.substitute.  If anything unusual occurred I always: tried to incorporate it into-tho  play if. possible, as when in the schoolroom scene of *'Miss Multon" 1 wiis astonished to see a large water spaniel-,  come (rotting on to the stage, waving  his- tail at me as if we had been bosom  friends for years. I don't like to reeall  all the things 1 thought about lhat dog  for a moment or two.   .  Then  I  rose, and. thanking heaven    *  aud a generous master for the collar lie'J  wore, 1 grasped it, and, having stroked   -  bis silky ear with' tbe other hand. I  'said to my pupils,: "Children. 1 do uot  wish to curtail your pleasures, but l'  Lave told you before that I cannot per-  '��������� jnit you to have your pets in thig room   .  i during lesson hours.  Now, don't force*  ' mc to remind you of that again."    .  And the little girl who played "'anl  quickly and cleverly responded lo my  wink." "Oh, excuse lis Ibis time. Miss  Multon., and  we won't do  it aga Hi."  'And.* inking the dog from me, she led  him off into the retirement* of private  life, whiie in the-morning one newspa-.  per remarked that "among,lhe prettiest  of the lighter touches of tho perform- ,  mice was the scene at (he Christmas  tree in the first act and the dog sec-no '  In the third act;.'     ���������  Another lime, in Raltimore; when L *  rirrdifsiTivTm r-"  Pert Personals.  towns travel far about, the country "content to reflect,the overhanging face j tbe mam|re tonds (o loa;seu ihe soil and  dealing in horses,  businessmen  They are shrewd  Falkland Islander-*.  There are five men to every two  women in the' Falkland Islands, off  Cape Horn. The total population Is  3,270, of whom 2,370 are males and  005 females.  Jhe Matchmaker*.  It lakes tho constant labor of 00,000  people to mako mulches for the world.  Glass.  Sand Is the main constituent of  glass, constituting from 152 to 015 per  cent of the mass of Ihe original mixture or from GO lo 75 per cent of tho  finished product nfler melting has  driven off carbon dlfixldo and. other  vohitilo mnlerlnlf*. On the quality of  lhe sand depend tbo tmnspiireney, i  brilliancy and hardness of (he glass.  of heaven, and just won't your honor  buy the stoutest pair of, homemade ,  hose* from a barefoot, ��������� bareheaded ���������  daughter of dethroned kings wllh eyes j  like dewdrops nnd a voice that would j  charm the coin out of tho most churl- i  ish purse? , j  lf on such .morniugs as these you.*  do not lose your heart to "Ireland It.  must be made of stern, uniiupression  to'"make it crumble easily under the  plow and harrow.  The successful farmer of the past bus  made tho accumulation, protection and  application of stable manure a special  study. Tho poor, improvident farmer  allows half tho. value of his stable ma-  im re to waste by hc.itlug or by being  leached by heavy storms, as way be  ,    ,   ���������,   ,       ,.   x,\YY   seen by the colored streams ot water  able stuff indeed.-BIiickwoods Mnga-   ���������*���������"������.������/������������������'���������    _���������*...    .   7.1 ne.  Broken Glass.  There is n market for broken glass.  Some of it is ground in flno powderlike purticloR and used for various  purpose!*. At, other llmofl it la rom cited and made Into new glass objects.  Prepare For the Youno, PiQn.  Know tho dnto when your sows nr*  due tu furrow, ncl It down ns some*  thing Important, (hen ho on the ground  nu Hml date, nol to fuss nnd causo dis*  ttiili-iiii-e, hnt quietly lo wulch und  i-lKlit thing!* If, iiiiylhlni! needs I'l'thtlng*.  Yon mny ������uvo moro monoy Indlroclly  through llili* watchfulness Minn hy nny  ttlu'r thing In dciillng with hogs.  All of the Same Name.  "In n certain Swlsa valley,-' writes a  traveler, "family after fnmlly (hero  benn- (ho sumo ninnft-Tresoh-all relationship being lost in antiquity. So  to distinguish the guldeu they must bo  known-yon mny hoo it In IJuedeltor-  :is Joseph Trench Ihe Ked und Joseph  Ti'obcIj lho OlncU."  Edible Flowers of: Butter Trees.  By far the most'remarkable of edl-  blo flowers is that culled from lhe butter tree of India. The blossoms of Ibis-  singular tree aro tho chief means of  subsistence with lho Bhils nnd other  I-i-llnn bill tribes,    An avcnigo tree  yields from 200 to 1350 pounds of pulpy,  bell shaped (lowers that, when (hey  drop off during Mnrch and April, lho  hot months of tho Indian year, aw  eagerly gathered hy tho natives,  They  hnvo when frcpli a peculiar nnd luscious tni-le, but tho fragrance of thom  Is not pleasant and is best and most  briefly dcscrlbod aa "mousy."  Usually  they nro cured In the sun, shrivel to  one-fonrth of their size and then re-  oeinblo noihlng bo much im ralslnn.  Tho natives prepare them for food by  boiling or u**iug them In sweelineiils,-  Suhurban Life Magazine.  .running away from his bnrnyanl.  Kx-Kiug Manuel-is said to be seeking  n'cure for "nerves." Oiieway would  he to forget (bat he was ever a king.���������  New'l'ork World.  The difference between .lohn Pler-  pont Morgan and Andrew Carnegie in  that A. V, has no intention of dying  poor.���������Detroit Tree fross,  The German kaiser is one of our j  leading emperor.1* aud is rapidly becom- i  Ing ono of our leading griiudfalhorN.��������� ;  Pittsburgh GazoLtc-Times. j  Castro has  had  all  kinds of hard  luck, but his misfortunes do not seem  lo have impaired what is 'leehnically  j called his "nerve."-C'hleago Tribune.  Washing Butter In Wintur.  Tn winter the water for washing and  also tho brine for -snllitiff should.not bo  below a (einperalure of 80 degrees I*\  With regard to lhe quantify of water  to use, suMcient wator should bo placed  'in the churn to float thoroughly all the  butter grains contained Ihcreln,  The  butler will require Iwo or three wash-  . lugs Jn order to remove moat of tho  j cheesy matter, which, if allowed to ro-  ��������� main in the butter, causes the finished  1 nrtlc'lo to becomo bad. When' lho water  | is qulle clear and free from mllkluess  on being withdrawn from , Iho elm ru  the    butlor   should    be   sufllclontly.  washed.' Whllo being careful to wash  fho butter thoroughly, do not ovorwash  it or the color and flavor will bo spoiled.  -American Cultivator.  A Few Oddities.  Advertisement: "Wanted, n while girl  (o cook."  Doctor's sign In Denver:, "Specialist  -all dlM'nsi.'.s."  Seen in Vniieouver; "Afternoon lea  served at all hours,"  Card at pay desk in a cafe: "Your  face Is good, but ic won't go In the i-ush  resistor,"  Ad. In an Kiigllali Journal: "Comfortable bedroom, u**c of silling room and  I lu'eal'fasl." Something new In lodgings getting lho use of tho breakfasl.-  liu-don Transcript.  Science Sifting*  "\CWpJiTTy iFg~"Cirnu i! oj  experience. lu'lhe flflbaet 1 bad daggered from (he window io tbe bureau,-  lien ring that dread moment when 1 was  to seo the reflection of my wrecked and'  ruined self,in the looking glass. The  bouse was all attention, watching dim  oyed the piteotls. ,weak movements ot  the dying wouian. .1 list thon 1 heii'.d  the quick ludrawin*** of the breath (hat  etafiled womanhood always indulges  in before either a scream or a laugh.  My heart gave a plunge. "What Is  HV Ob, what is wrongV*; And I glanc-  cd.down.at myselr anxiously, for really  J wore very little in Unit scene.   "What  is ur  Then came a tiller, and evidently ll  war* growing, in agony I turned quickly about and found myself facing n  monstrous cat. Starlike, he held 11n-  very center or the stage, hi- two., great  li-paa eyes fixed unflinchingly upon my  face.. Ills tall stood straight nnd aggressively iu (lie air, twitching with'  ���������short twitche** at the vory top.  A his, no wonder Ihey gigged! bat  hriw to save (ho approaching death  tsivno was what went throuj-li my  mind.  Clinging to the bureau, 1 slipped to  my knees, and wllh an earnest prayer  that he would not resist my appeal In  ii faint voice I callod him t<������ me.  Thomas looked suspiciously at me, hesitated, then approached gingerly and  Bnlffed at my lingers. 'Then he rubbed  IiIh dingy hofty against my knee, and  in an liislnnf my arm������ were about him,  my' check on hln wicked old head.  I What a sigh of relief went like a nave  over that audience!   I hnd won!  *a.i.4 .r-������44 <H T1 if-I Pi''I"*- -5 -?*f 11 ���������?���������**-*���������  Kvery acre of land  ���������������������������������' ������������������*���������'���������  *  Indoor Farming.  ������������������������,  A few cents will get gome hooks to  hang the lantern mi down at tho ham.  They arc handy and much sufer than  nnll������.  A uk'o new coal scuttle, not too big,  Js one uf the handiest (hlngs you over  weft for scUIiib tfrnln Into hags. Bver  ��������� O 'Al      . j  D;;i J.'.'i' .-��������� \uOac will) lhe Ui.). ct Ibo ,  ru hai* spoiled many n good tool.  Tuko  n maul or beetle to do (hot work and  unvo (he ax for Its own work.  Clean up and burn nil rubbish that  . * ��������� -*i *      ��������� ���������      '     '     '       .'    ..'.!.���������  ,V*,'V,,,..  I v������, *,������...,,. .*, i>������.������ iti" ������*'4,   ,'.*.. V,  . ���������*���������   *..  eects and mice. This Is especially inv  ���������wlnut wllh liothoila nnd frnnics.  The cellar Is imt lho beyt place (o  kvrp punipl-lns In wlnler. Thoy ere  npt In rot there, I'nt'Hi>m iipMalrn  imd see that (hey are used l������*fore they  cfl:i to decay.  (*);!*��������� I)ii:ig fo -.'linly in IV ������������������lain U  ow to l.cc)> .vi<i.r, i-nd from I ���������fid';  var-hod nway by thu storms. 'Ihl������  liinU Jand ni'iie than all the trft)"* jc-u  fnr will lake from your farm. ���������Jn*'  (������������������������������������.���������I mi'lht'd I* io l.i'r.'i w.Tl.liur I'ind  H'(-il i.-ul-'d down ������������������rarm .TutirLtl,  Thunder Cloucli,  Lightning clouda uro seldom  moro  Ihnn 700 yards from tho earth.  Net Mul-lno In Holland.  The mannfacluro of fishing nets hni  for centurlcH been n very Important  industry Jn Holland, which in the  seventeenth century had a fleet ot  ovor 2,000 nmni'l-B eniragcd In fhe herring fishery. The IniRmesa It sllH ������������  flourishing one, ���������    .  that liii!'  ever been prod tic live' may be  made no again. ThU i������ tho  message of hope thai agricultural Hclence brings to (he man who  owuh a runilowi* farm.  I  <*>  *  Ai  iii.  $  ���������M*Wt-W-M'*V*1^H--tV*H-H l-t-������*i*    at  Sublime Porte, I  "Suulimo iioi'te" I.s ono of thom* Un-1  ropean exprpHSlonn tor Turkish Instl* |  liitlons which aro never used by tho f  Tuifcu IhonwelveH,   Tho Ottonmn guv;  rrnnienl'fl ollicial title for lt������clf ii hit-'  i,yiiiiiet-l-H'ii)ye-"tlio slo.Tioi's goreni-  ment,"   'J-nrkM do not sprat of "tho  KUlln-1," hul of "Uio pndlfdinh," a Persian lerm meaiilng (ho "father of mon-  nrchs.'*  The Potato.  Whoever, may havo Introduced the  pototo into Knglnnd, nceoi'dln*,' to Dr.  Down's "Table Trail*-," ll wan nol  known In North America In ir.S0, when  Ttnlclgh'-* colonlslHi thoro lire said to  have se.nl ll over to un. Hut the Span-  lab ������������������bnlnlil'," <V ������������'cet potnto, froin  which (he vegetable derlven llu namo,  was brought to Ireland many -���������onr* ho  foro by Captain UnwUlna from Banta  Ve, in'Soul h America. Thin l������ probably the potato ot Shakespeare's time,  "Lot the shy rain potatoes. I will remain here!" cries Hlr .Tohn 'I-Mlslaff,  embracing Mrn. I-'ord,-London Tele-  graph. '  S",i*v   tVli������l   Sit  V,������!>  Dni.y.  Tfirn���������Yon ������ncnd nltnirether tm* imi'-h ,  fho tug W run iliiuiiuh ihe htnip "J"l������  Saliini ban a velocity of sir mlh"* n '  t-ecoiid. !  A -Herman scientist wiys that the |  pineal gland at fho bane of tho brain j  governs Iho passions, !  Ten slars wllh ' lumlnoslllea more i  I him 100 limes that of (ho nun are,  named by the Astronowlcnl laboratory '���������  Cronlngen.    Ucto  t'cnlaurl In W<������  Tuo Holder For a Singletree.  Tugs ou light liarnciH to draw bug-,  Uios  have Nlota In  their ends uhlcli  dip over the ends of lho -sin-jlrtiee--.  Thepo am npl t<������  y\\\i off when going  dnwn tin   in-  ell no utile.-'" tame-  thing  In  |i|iivldoil  fo   loe\i   tlio   tug  ������m*    lit   nil'-'.        ^  Ihis lu tn nll-fi'h a  tlnu'H as luminous! HoftiliiM, ���������i'M;  Achernar. :Jr������0; Cnpella, "JOO, and Arc  tiirua, 2'M.  The Inauoural.  STdA������  Tt   1p  hctels  -luring  A  | fund  way  to do  1*1 rid ulwnyB accept ovorylhliiB  given thom nnd then marry the fellow  who cures hia 'money? .lacIt-Sure I  do. Ths-t-R tbe renson I'm hlnwlnr. In  n*ltie.~Iioston 'Itaiiscilpt.  and Mllppod mi  the Hiiiglefrri' end.��������� i  ropulitr Alt-chnnh'B, '  evident that the Wh**fl!ngt������m  intend lo viola I o no precedent  lho Inauguration smuion, ,'i'lwy  will take all -jour money, hh hereto-  fyrn,-Indlanapo'll.i NVwr*.^  II iU.*,������ .in; Mi'lliji ii/ii.i,.'.!' ������'H: i'Ul.,i<.������  l.n*; : "! ' *l*'h '.h''*',' '*' t- i ri.'-iida nf  (he i-iipKol al lhe linnignral ball If  may bo well to put lillinler-* on the  ���������liifni'*.���������l'liiludi'l|ilun 1'ic"*.  n,i:������:, ��������� i  ��������� Uilllwitt  Gui^i  1 (h.*n culled Ntinlnu lo relieve me,  nud Il:i) npiilaii.se that imcpt (he Iiuiiko  Mat as b.iiui lo my great dUuo-,*-. I  whIcI to Nn nine, "Tako him dowuMalis;  lie grows too heavy for nie lo pet"  And Sir ThumiiH wns carl led <iff reluctantly, Imagining perhaps !lint I  vas envlouM of the hit ho had made.  My manager, who was hoi new hai of  it wag, of course made the iiui't of thr*.  Hiived ultuatlnn. A gpiillpmnu met him  on the fitroel lhe next moriitng and Wnt  fluxion.-- fnr him to v-dtle an arBiimont  between lilmsolf and wife,  "My wife, who linv seen the play trr-  pi.nl times In New Vorii, In-dns Hint  the beiiiitifnl Utile ifona willi the cut  boloiiBB to the piny, while I don't recall  II, nor do i|ny of our iienualiilan'PH  , -"shoin   1   hare   linked   lids   moiulng.  Won't ymi lilndly fel us rlglHV"  ;    "Willingly,"   replied   my   munairer.  * imii mln ia in int; ri������iil. ni.i uc.'ii mi.  ���������JJ'h;.! ..A ii'i-ut- li .'-!u.-.'J . <!....'.   U .'��������� a  great  favorite with  "iJIi-.s Mon Is. nnd  1 thp hiiiils that eat all ovor Hip miniliy  * t-lih hpr."  ;    May henvpn forgive hlml-Cliirn Mor������  ml.   'r,    V(, il'    W.rl-   1'T-*>t������  Siberia.  Hlheria nlono takes up  nil (be land on (he slobe.  um> ninth oi  Auitrafb. [  AuMn.'io Is tTicnfy-sIt limes as furpi,  r.i- il:* Uul'-cd Klnitd'itn, flftfou limes '  jis hrgp as I'm nro iind nlinoft enutl ll;  tlnv itf (He* Unlft-d h'ttftt* <  Her E������r For Mu������l������.  "Wlint Is thai tunc your daughter ii  pltiylnsV"  "Which daughterr obkeA Mrn Cum-  ro-;, "If It \t the older *',lrl U's t.brXt  Hungarian rhapvody, and If It'c (he  ynuiiger mic It's t-siTc-li-e 'Ji.'-Wi.kh-  Instrjii Htnr,  tti(>*>  Cold Draft* Mean Dead Hint.        ���������  Cold nlr will not Injure fowls when ���������  fhey are turnrd Innfo In the ymd nnd i  can pxenlvp, but when on ihe ruiM nt  night and a cold stream pour,* on ono :  of tliPin  frnm  punnet  fi -nmrfs.*  tln*  chnncrs are that the bird will ������ur������i������ ho-  rdn fo d!'0"p, P'M-h.ipi li:ive mip, p*"l  Mien all the olheis nlll ffll.e lhe iii1--*  eava.   Au -op<*'.i Ptn������k or nail holp It  lie I'iil'lriet ;  I  ... * vonti than fhe win-do front of the  The trup-������t marl nt ln-lnr ������'<������fi*. wtih , hmM ntl(,���������p ns gmnu nrrami cf ulr  -jroat fjiuillfles U being bom vlttour; ri| f(m,^ restriy .,hitv-; pre-tt t������"������-  ���������uvy.-Ko' cn-fuuetui'd ��������� fu|.-.Knrm .nil Vlrwld*  li  Suflii'lPiit nnt" Hip day is tl  (hereof.���������������������������I'olnnibia Hnfo.  And many a third --his<i pullfh fan h  drawing a t'.nl p|n.Mj,>:iliiry.--Chlvai'o  .News.  Afiiu.-i.i. Prr.-IdPiil Tuff mu Ir.ivi-l  mnv vlUiinit be Inir imhi ii 0 \o ������������������Iti.-c  -i*-!,tr������     A".lr.i in <'<*vi-tit' li <n  i'nival ii'.'.u li'^y ������������������'.'' wa oniiiiou'  ti'isti Iii thf ..pcili.g of Un' ������������������������������;,.!'..!���������*  (e;:i*'liili:rp viih an f-i'-bf,!'j'" **f tl-***'  licltici'ii feniiiiiii"** nuinU ������.- '.i-w.W.ii-  W������i.d  |p,qui������itiv������,  ���������'What l������ >our inline:" fl'Ud one f.t-s-  yi.;*r-oli! mis- of iinothrr.  *'\ly g������*)dii������"j*-'" ex'-lnlnird the ether,  "\;n an- as bad ns grownup tf'.v.  'J I'py ;*rf* *t'\*-.*>*, *"'*..n;. my iiawa aid  rs ii,i >.f f'lwr *-1!l>* qiK'.-tliii.'" '.(Hi* I inn  n :i;:ii|v   !-������>���������'*nii'il   of   tlii'iM      ' >���������'��������� : V*  JSl-'l'.S  If  XIAl  III. iW   l.f'W   1������> ������-".Mid   '*'*���������   Ih' ���������������  yn t  ;���������< f   j oii   i.i-ie  the  pb'.;<i"','ii(r'c  at<  lb. i l -At THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA^  CE GUHTRIf-t  .*#  jVJKW STOCK of the above in well assorted patterns  [% and defij-ns nt POPULAR PRICES -,: ���������-  *& ���������**���������*?���������;*.> 35  Our stock of Furniture, *-House-fur-  mshiniis.    Beds,   etc.,'   etc.   is   aways  ���������>���������>���������  complete ancl prices,the best,  Try a Fawceti Range ; they,  arc  alw;ivs satisfactory.'  -1 r T "iT-fi -"- ��������� -*������������������t" ������*���������=���������"- -*���������*-*- -*m*-������ ��������� Mj****.-nrr r-^-nr.-m-tn  Mtl'hc-c IV-ook,' A, McKINNON     Cumberland  vvm:/ mcw������i-s-* ������;-?-^*Tw:r^r"������ir^:^T^.������������-*3-*-^������  IN Till:    MA'ITKU   OK   TIIK  ���������Ml'NlCll'/a .CLAUSES ACT  TAKK NOTH'K ihat tlie uud  (".'���������*-U'v'jiy. 'A'd> ni'ifi- the ex pi mi ion  l  .*  of iliirtv dn\o I-i1)]   i'i om the.imt  V.  pidjlici-.iiiiu ju-irol', mnko .application 1'iir* ii I rn.:i-?i\-r ui llie liquoi  liccn.'e liclil !>y hiu: in coitnoctit'ii  with the Vi'iidonic Uotol.' Cum  beiT-nuh !>, (J��������� to .1 u^'pli Tobacco  and Joseph Demon to, to the  P)o:u-d��������� ui" Licence Commissioners  of the City of Cumberland nt such  of their l-egjihir meetings at which blame, ho stands erect even in the  THE TLUUMl-HOK THE  ���������    -    MAN     .  All j^ood people, all true citizens, rejoice in the stainless character ui" one man !'\vho has* lived  for lorry years iiuashiumd iii the  fiercest light of Canadian politics  Sir Wilfrid L,;uirie,i- stands almost  alono. Ay-ainsi him the tongue  t'f calumny has dono it? wors\  The quivers of party ui.taronit-m  have emptied nt him ;dl their  .shafts. And yel, unsnllie 1 air!  unsouiel, his reputation   without  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS '  ir.winvicK School.  SEA LE I) * TEN I > E RS, ' superscribed  ���������Tender--, fnr Sandwick School,"  will be received by lhe Honourable the  Minister of Public Works up to noon of  Wedncsd'.iy, '.he -tsi d.iy of May' 1913,  !ortne erecti'in and comp'eiiono'.a larj-e  oi-iC-rooi** si !*ool house ->t Sandwick, in  ilie Comox Elector.'il District.       ,   ���������  ri.ins, , sjK'cifi^i'.ion', contract, and  forms of Tender may he seen 011 and af-'  ter Uie 2$yA day cf Apri', 1913, at  live I'tTir.e of Mr. j i'.aird, Covern-neiu  Ai-':n,i, C-.imhei-l.uid, li. C, Mr. *R.. L.  (JlitTe, Sccretii-y of Sxhoo Hoard, S.ind-  ������"'i*k, P. (\, S incJwick IJ. C. and the  Dcpaitment of Public Works Victoria,  IS-C.  lntendinj* tenderers ran, hy applying  o the undersigned, obtain a copy of lhe  plans and specifications for tlie sum of  en dollars JS10}, ���������.���������.���������-���������cli will be refunded  on ".heir re'urn in good order.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accept d bank clievjiic or certificate of deposit on .a chartered bank cf  Canada, nvide pay iblc to, the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for a  sin,.equal to id rer cent of thd lender,  which shall bf forfeited if the pany tendering decline to enter into contract  when wiled upon to do so, or if lie tail  lo complete the woik contracted fpr.  The cheques ot certificates of deposit of  unsuccessful tenderers will be returned  U������ then uponN the ' execution of the  contract.  Tenders will not be' constdeied. unless  made oui on lhe forms supplied, signed  with the actual signature of the- tenderer and enc'oscd in the envelopes furn-  shed.   * -       <*, ���������  ���������The lowest or any lender not necessai  ily accepted.  ' J. E. GRIFFITH, .*���������  Public Woiks Engineer  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, B. C, April 21st, 1913.  apl24tomyi4  ^ee6*S*9������Wi^������������C������S������������,5*9 -9938809-99995-99998.-9599  I  ce  ' FOlt SAL15���������Empire typewriter. In first-class condition.  Will sacrifice.' Price $30.00,  half   cash.    Apply   Cmnberh.no'  EOR SALE���������Cabbage plant**;  early, second early,'andlate;"i'ail  sown, strong and hardy -plants  Apply Uobt. 'WilHnins.on, Minio.  1*. O. Box 358, Cumberland. 13.  0.  ���������wi ���������*���������*-������������������** n ���������iii*----������-Mm������ ������������������'���������������������������'I"*"'-!���������"* ' '*"���������""*' *"���������������"���������"*'* ���������**���������  gm~ OLD NEWSPAPERS,FOR  SALE AT THIS OFFICE jgRSF  ��������� *^*--*a--������K'><i>������-������'M**>*  Victoria Spring Assiz-s is   tic  heaviest in'-the history of that ciiy  such   application - can   bo  legally  ni'ido,  J!. S, ROBERTSON  , .    ���������    Holder, of Licence  jj   k-u.-.McNeill  >���������  ilniiier of Temporary Permit  Dated Mny 1-tt'h,' 1U13  eia**-*----*\va*,;  ���������*:*. "nizn- t**.t.*mzz.^Z3izj)i*'FJSB* ���������*  X���������Y-���������- ��������� P.  C  Kindc. is agent   for the  1 "l*-" =~-*u ���������-=  .''I'ot'cr' and  '-Chalnier" aulomo-  bi'u-s.    Cars for hue    Phone 18  ; NOTICE.      <  ���������' We, lho undersigned, -will not  be responsible for any debts contracted by the family of the late  Chtisiin.-'i Robertson, 'rom this*  dale.  'R. S. ROBERTSON  CHAS. WHYTE  ' Kxcciitor.'. of the Estate.  Daltd May 71b, 1913.  presence of'his foes. Neither racial prejudice nor the implacable  animosity of religious strife availed in the end against tho high  sineerily of his purpose and' the  undiifgiusod integrity of his life,  It is good for Canadians, especially for young, Canadian--, with  ambitions for public set vice, to  see at least ono  Canadian   states-  David MuiJiiU, a' well Juiuwn  ves'dent of Nanaimo,' died on  Monday last, at the age of. GO  years.  Supplied to the Public jjn  ORDERS must be given not later  thanl 0 A.M. to ensure delivery  ���������       same  day.  ml  Q3S'>3i@������������3������39oaa^1>39������^  S*������:i������Se9S,*-������'5320S53?:.')SGS;J3  31  03t3)9S0E*S������9'S S'S������@33������S-3������'  !l!llll!lllllll!l!IIH>l!!li!lltll!ll  iiiiiiii!i!i:!i;:!iiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii:ii!iiiiiiiiiii:;iiiiii:ii!:i!iit!;:!iiii!iiiiii:;!iiiiiiii!i!!i^^  o  -c- -  Ir is to be hoped J hat Salurda;,  will oe a fine day.  is cm ne rally a scorchi-v.  >r,t Ute'2-Lih  GIDEQN HICKS  PIANO COMPANY  GOVERN.MENT.ST.    "    ������       " '   VICTORIA, IJ. C,  Complete Stock of '���������Ye Okie Eirme"   ���������'  ���������Al  MAROCCHI BROS   " "  f���������  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTL'NG WORKS  .0-.  I'OR SALE-A Cyj.hers Iu-  rubator. capacity -240 eggs.. Apply this office.  -���������������--  Punaiii.-i, May L\���������The waters  of ihe l'lieifi.' iicenn were* lot in-  t<- tho P.-iiuiina cunal tudny. A  giciit l']n;-l of .T2,75l) pounds of  dvmuniU' wins AwA. iloniolishiiiir  11 0 dike to the south of ihe Miru-  lluic.s li c'kk and nllnu'iiig tl-c wa  li r to Dow i-*!ij a 1 rxlitnnivc  ft'Rtioii iu wliich e\������ vii'ioi. priic-  lieallv bus bi'i-n coiiMilt'luil.  1 '  Tho MoIJriilo bin re iu Victoria  In to bo opened on Nnvi-nihcr 15  Tho conl run! orn Imvo willuijjly u-  ^rpiiil to 11 prn.iliy of $0) u dny if  th work ib nol o.uupli t--d by ihnl  time. Mr !-'ii������nn ho'r<-r, tlepicf-  ld.M.t of t'-,o ilicnlru ���������!<im|������u">v, Pt.nt-  cl ih.u ut'r:u*iioiis wi'i'.; In oked u,p  sii'idiy f 0.11 Oi'tfihi:!' li):li U:rou(.h  tho i-oiM'Ui.  Hi-n.kir.^  ���������  i Vi  \t  1  1   l|i     1 v  i*'(i:-i:i   .Mr.     I',  "'i;.'"   'ti |.,il    it,r  l!l������' NM* ** 1:1 li dr*. i.i.nil .ii  i,.f. 'J.  T   11  fj.iid :  'Infi-niMtitii: ^"vi.n me ituil*  iMti-M ihnl  Vic'niiii  in   I'lir'ii'tilnr  -i..A  V'-t i-Mii'vi-i   l-i'i'd    iii    'fi-icr.il  man of threescore years and leu  wiih character unblemished ������'by  ruthless slander and spirit, unbroken by seeming defeat. ���������  Hero in -Toronto, it) so-ealied  Orange-Tury-imperialisticToroulo  tlmt seldom elects a-> Liberal to  Parliament, this man of French  blood and Catholic faith aud.un-  coinpromised Eiberalism in politics, is welcomed as no 01 her  Canadian living or dead was tv-  e welcomed; Monday's demon-  firuiion was more, immeasurably  m uv, than any mere couiiiient un  a policy-. Jt was lhe greater triumph uf a man: a mau who nov* r  concealu I lhe domii ait couvio  tions of his jiolitieai liln or evaded lhe iiicouvodeiit implications  of his. policy,  A Liberal from his }oul,h up  0" tins historic school of JJriti-h  J^iburiilisin , as ho told the newly-  oruuiiii-ed Womoii's Jjiboml Association of Toronto Monday ul-  tertioon, Sir Will'riil l^aiiriei  atiiiids, and over stood, I'or'tho lar-  >h'V fmi'iloiii ot tins many   njriiinst.  Ci JO  tiio domination, oven the  l.u'iicvoleiit doniinu'ion, of tie.  few, Ailirinsi)^ that l'aith with  disiincter oni|)hnsi.i iu thoso dny t*.  when 11 reactiomu-y nmjority in  l'lii'l'miniMit harks back to (lie  w 11 i\-,t forms of cIsibh privilege ���������  iho irivilcgo not of tho mi-jtoci'ii.  cy but of tho fj'i'oyiint���������tlm ureal  LihiM'iil Chiof won a tiiiiinph in  the Aroint meeting Monday ni|ilil  which nukes his. 'por.sotmlii.y, like  the pursuiialiiy of ('ilrtilsrono in  Uritiiiii, n lus'ln^ iiispiration in  thu hiuhei' politis" of (Jaiiiuln  nud a dynamic in Caniu inn life  whose pewer will I u foil. !ong uf-  tt-i* ilic.voice hm passed into ei  li'iieu,   Tho seoiin Monday  night  (ill the Aliiliiv ic.iiiding,  Agents for Pilsener Brewing*Company's IUCER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of'   * VMinc-s^and-Liqiiors-.-" ���������__  SECOND   STREET;  r.-t-.ni3-������*iSFWB**-*i  THE CANADIAN  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST., $32,500,000  [ONEY  ORDERS  leintznian. &;Co.t'i  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs   j  'Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records :|  j WRITE EOR CATALOG AX D PRIG BUSTS'.  I , ., Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  ^ . o   A .  J     809GOVBlNMrNT STREET,   Opposite I\ 0. ' VIQORIA, B.X  = 7 "7 '       .**, ., Hi  itifiiiiiaiiitiiisiiiiiiiiBiiiinniiiiiiiii nmiii kiii mm m ii������ii :iia=*tiiiisit!i*,iij n-niu=si ic *:*sii ";i������ti:t!Ui:'������iuiiiisis*iiii]iiiiii'ifUi!Sisi!f',i" ii!i'!iiZ������iUMi3^i������������i2^i,-i; liiiusiE! is mii]iiiijiui=^������_'  * , t .  r "��������� Mmt ^'"V*M*--'������J*n.~' ***������-^''J*^^'*'a*3^ya5y_3P?i.-g.v^ irjri.w-i������>*yj ���������n-,vri-*;.<fTM-.,������w<' '*���������  ^.ii!!!i!iiit;:!iii!!ii!!;i!;i;i;!:;iiii:iii!!!;:i!;ijft  Capital Paid Up $ i 1 ,.'560,006.  "ttoserve ."JUS 000,000 3I  I   The. Royal Bank of Canada.*  |  1 DUAFT:i   la-iUEH   IN   AN-Y    CU IIUKNCV,   PAVABI.K   ALL S|  I .,   ' OVER   TUti    WOULD.    "  I SPEClAr. A'rriCNTIO'N'iiaul toSAVJNC'JS ACCOUNTS A intt-icM ?|  |1   at bij];hei*i  Oiu'ri-nt HuU-s uliinvi-d on Iii |iiit-iis* of $1 iu:d tipwaiiis.  3 OtJMBERLAWr, B. CJ, Bir.iich, Open Daily,  I UNION WHARF, B. C,,   Sub-Brtich, Open Thursdaya,  I * D. M. MORRISON, Manager.   -  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, aro a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable withbut'clmrjje at any bank in Canada (except in tlie Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United Slates, arc issued at  the following rates:  $5 aiid under    3 cents  Over    F> nnd not exceeding $10.    6  "     10      " " 30 10  ���������������     30      " ��������������� SO 15  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  6hould bo mndo by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS nnd MONEY  ORDERS.   Isauod without delay at reasonable) ratos.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH " W. T. WHI IT, Mimagoi  it  it  ������  %  COURTENAY,   U. ������ ,    Branch,    Opon Daily.  R. Ii. MARDW1CKE, Ma^njjer.  %;i!llillllllllll!IIIIII!!i;:ill!!l!li!l!i!ill!llllliii!!!lllll!IHl!illllill!!l!I!!ll!!ll!lll!l!li!III^  ttjrrwrin-ff-'-r-*������������������*��������� -��������� ������**wtwii-i*i f**���������** ������rx=-ta**������*J*JiiiutJHi*sae*rmimi timmi-'^i ���������_���������*��������� +1^?w^t^-������^^������->.������.������m^<---������������������'������M^|.lT*ljW*ir  P. Philupps .Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  :-&...  mvttLt*r**t h-iiUm*mii^mn*'\*'iP^-Ji.'K-r:-4%"tc- itv*mn^a*frmrn������* -*vm������4iai>������w -m-mvi  tiVul 10 <l.ii  wll������cx|.iiM������!..������lMiiM^hBu!,,maMll0s,WDt8lllut,ei, ,Q   jt,   |)oo'i  ot I'.M I. .lour. .������������������.t-H- i-.ll x ������������f fur   WnsHtPjbut0   l0   pt.,vom.liiy   ol  \i jj ill it iii*- t'ViTi.iUt ��������� p'acc fitito  li 0 Nortl.VK' t he,.an tu ���������ilrr:u;t  wldo pr������*f.il in o-e-t aiii'W!.,' ih"  v.rrlil'-* '.rft^-Hi'-Kl'i^'li'."  .m^y.  which Toronto ������mt.y w������ll by pruiul.  It wns tlio gn.'iit triumph of :\  "friit muii.���������Wct'kly Olobo uud  Cii'iiuliiin l-'urmyr, Toronto.  Mr*-, tl. Sutlnul nil, w'A ��������� iA tin  H-A'|tfj;t;r nf ill-)"    Iii^    .Sl-'I't',    a������id !  thiMvcu arri'o! fr^m I.-i������lvsmi������h'  l.i-l  wrt-lr,     Mr.    S*''Mli'-l(n������i������l    Ims  IhVvii up .ii* ro?i<lt<ni;o iu thctuu-  ,. !,.! .���������, M rv;������'':   *-������������'������i   .  Cook's Cottoa Root Compound  Tbo BTCAt Vloitiv Tontu, nnd  Onjf *Mq otTi'tWol MoctUl?  It������hiln*oron\������liU:li v-muenenn  det>cn<1, HiAAin ihroo OmimM  of ������rMi������UirKo. U tl tH-������ ft  w������li������rf������������*tr������njmr,*3������ **p* *&  for flpMlnl.-MMCf*, U p������r bos.  \r til drw-nirt^or *e**.  ������'���������/  ������MtlkV0lM6������L.'  ft������M ^-r til dwtfti-U, or *������*t  Don't Read This I  Unless it Concerns Vou.  P?zr COMOX CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY ������-���������  Ox Beet  BEST QUALITY ONLY Daily Fed Pork   SIMCCIALS  THIS WKKK   llmiio Cunul lliuinj*���������nr.Hinnki-il '.'Ao n Hi I'. tii'MiH A 1 Qnnliiy, yti-r saoli *?l CD  ll 11! .Siiinlinil 11 ������on  'jrioprlli On r I- jn-r huoI*    l.Mi  ���������ni. nii'c W Iiul in-Ih-oii ,,*,, ,.'.,.,*'u jii.1'* l!> Kiu-liMi Wleti* Tiiri.ii-8   l.Mi  v'crv IW'i-t l-.-Hi'it Ai pifif ..81 C"i po* Id*.* (!.ibl������Hf", l'n-o'it p������r li������.  ..Tic  ili'in*-- llu 1 Qiiulily.."  '.'."iopci II) llii'Hiit, l''io-lr, l(i\vi**t mnrl-ot prion   'Ium.-M.nl..' yibuid M'H*  vBopnr Hi MuJn���������������������������������, 1'i-pnh, Iowi-hI mnrljoi pi-ico   Oiiif)- s- \\w lies* il Au foe 'Ibo ]jou il l*'u'i-!i Kirai* !1:k' ill'/.; 'A Aw, yi.00  Orders by Phone Promptly Attended to. Phone 25  -*** **totati*m+ ****  =V.  BOflO^flssrasss. '    ���������  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER I  tu-NU-ir rcwuwjri vPwrmtMtotwmttt.tt  CUMBERLAND?  P. 0. 130X dB3  PHONE 20,,,.  iiimm mi i -i i 1 ' ^������������������i.ii���������������1n.������������.ii������wnvii������ ���������.���������.���������������������������i.������������Mii������r������w.tii������������mw������j������ >������mwu  wxcaatimni������M*������(������vx'r>'ii*.'.,j)ii*'.-.'Tiiu^'.A'<w  maua-m-mWca tsaoosssBss*. i?o*ro������i)iteea?*^ffi')n^ ananersaan i������riTjjmBa;iaaKA-JiamE. *  IF YOU GET IT AT        PLIMLEY'S IT'S ALL RIGHT,'  s  Gyele for  Pleasure  and on  basii  J������^ii\Ayb\';Sid������^^^rA^^^  *^--*Ti7V^*fI..-i x*^ ,..-i~'  Hut be sii'c fivsi thai you liavo a wlm.'! wliioh will ^ivo  entire satU-faclio't ������������������. wIk'vI v;liii.*!i wi!' <\n" uv/ay '.vitii  cycling worried. Only i������ucli cyck-s nio R"M hy lMiinley,  and whc'i.lu-i yon pay ������35 or Si00 no 11 an* nssuioil of  maxiimuu \alii*** in appearaiu'o.   Iini'*.li  i-.iul  ilnrahiiitv.  THO 5. PLIMLEY ]  ���������730 YATGS STRUtA'l' VfCTr;j, IS , B. 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