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Oevot^. Especially tothe Interests of Comox DlatHct,
The News, Twentieth Year
CUMBERLAND, B. C^:WEDNESDAY,    SEPT. 10,
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Subscription Si.oo'a Year
OUR STOCK OF
MILLINERY includes0 many of the latest
models direct from the Leading Fashion Con-
(res and embraces a showing worthy of your
inspection.   ~ ;"-'.'
We know the .objection put forward at
times that,it is"difficult to gel something nth-
ers do not havo. To assure e.x'clusiveinws
we are dealing with some manufacturers who
do��iml.havo an agency in Cumberland and
have given us their latest styles for exclusive
showing. ' '     ���
We strive us far as possibR especially
in our better linep, to have no, two models
al ike. On Friday we expect a large addition
to our already extensive stock wliieh awaits
your inspection.    \    -
SIMON LEISER & CO;, LD
. \"   Dn'nsmuir Avenue, ��� /
p^e 38 ' -    .   .Cumberland/
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-'   DIED
Alviu II., son of   Mr;  S.  J. j
Piercy, of Sandwick, Comox 'Dis-
trict, died at  Nanaimo on Tues
day,   Sept   2nd.   The   funeral
took place on  Sunday from the
family residence. .  ,   ��.
��� ��� ���
The death took place at Nanaimo on Monday, after a linger-
iug illness, of Sophia, youngest
daughter of William Gleason, of
this city.
l^^awwaainiwiKjOBMOK^ttirartav^j^,
P
','Bill" Miner,  bandit, died recently in aJGeorgia  penit'cnt.ary
 1>���. ���.__. -
CoL E. G  Prior, who has been
"seriously ill at   Victoria,   is   re
covering. '..
fye*towtJ^*/fy**tlf�� iV*^^**^^
., The police dragnet is working
overtime, iu   drawing   into", the
fold men alleged to  have   takeu
part in   the recent disturbances
at Namiimo and-Extension.    As
recorded in these   columns  yes-
terdiy nine men,  were   arrested
at Extension on  Fiiday aud yes
terday the police court annals re
corded the arrest ol*. George Pet-
tigrew,    International      Board
Member.of District 28 of the U.
.M, W.   of   A,    Pettigrew   who
was arrested on a charge of in ���
tiinidatiou will   probably   come
up for preliminary   hearing   tomorrow aud  remanded   for  oue
we.ilc,    Besides the Pittigrew ar-
rest, Frank Ireland   aud   Walter
Nelson were also arrested yester
clay by   the   local    police,   aud
Mike Wttigo was taken into custody   at    Extension.���Nanaiuio
Herald, Sept. 7.
Mr...Harry Wilson,-local-manager of the B..C. Telephone Co.
is spending, a two weeks' vacation-at his home in Nanaimo,
The executive of tho British
Columbia Federation of Labor
is submitting to "its" members,
who number some 12,000 in the
province, a referendum ou tho
question of the desirability tf
formulating plans by wliich a
strike of limited duration might
be called. The cause ot there-'
fereiidum is stated by officials of
the federation to be'"the acute
situation created in the -cod
strike area."
Private -William A.   Hawkins,
winner of the ' King's   prize   at
Bisley, has been" appointed   by
the government to a   position'in
the'   Toronto   customs    house.-
His salary is to be Si,000 a year.
.. ,-���n .
' Mr. A, McKinnon.left by Sunday's boat for Vancouver/'- and
returned ou Tuesday.
,            ��� o	
"Seven hundred aud fifty tons
of white paper are used daily in
New York City, alone. That
means that some 3,500 acres of
forest are cut down, each day to'
print .the newspapers, magazines and periodicals tlutvareQseut
broadcaslevery hour during the
24, says the Paper Trade Journal. Aud this is but a small
���percentag'e-of~th"e~totTii~co"nsuuip~
tion iu the United States.' ;'
' - ' - -  y.-,����-��� ���*
"With ono city among a" nation of 90,000,000 or more requiring the stripping of 3,500
acres, how long cau ' we   expect
the supply to lasl ?."--Ex."'"
���:������.���0 :	
Your attention is drawn - to P.
Dunne's Ad ou the back page of
this paper;   Mr. Dunne has seemed the agency for The Ideal
CONCERr AND BANC
A GRAND SUCCESS
0.  .
The Cumberland local S. P. of
0., hold their first concert and
dance of the season in the U. M.
W. of A. Hall on last Monday
evening, the chairman on this oc -
casuiir being Mr. Len Cawtliorc.e
who filled that position in a most
ellieient manner, Ho opened lho
concert with a few woll chosen re-
marks. The following is the list
of those who took part* each one
doing their respective parts in an
inimitable manner:���
PROGRAMME
Piano selection, Mrs. Hudson
Song....'...-... Miss Potter
Recitation, Miss I, Ilecklesou
Club"swinging, E'. McMillan "���
Solo.-.' Mr. Thomson
Sand jig ...Sam Lepitro
Solo...' Pete Shearer
Du'ot... AJr. and Airs, Barrio
Comic song. pl0bt. Herd
,  Duut..Mesdaiues 	
Ereloni & Franeesehini
Irish comic sor.g, C. Segrave
The concert was" brought to a
termination about 10 o'clock, everybody being immensely wdl
pleased. Their the floor was
cleared for dancing, very excellent
music being supplied by the local
orchestra, composed of .Messrs
Robinspn &-Wi��lker, 1st and 2nd
violins, A. Robinson, cornet,*.W,'
Kininnnui, piano.     Quite a lamp
MACFARLANE bros. I
WE ARE
PI
LACING    ON   SALE   ,T
it
DURING
111S WEEK
The ^emaindep of our* stoek if
-0F-       ��� .   .    $
Pens' Sifkette Ondefujear    |
in all ihe wanted shades. '  '       U
Regular.-$ 1.so ' Now 95c. ��
'fi   Negligee Shirts vali to 1.50 now 75c ,��
and'Boys Bathing Suits  going-at cost,
&**Folt Hats .vals.,.2.75',...". . .now $1,25
4
CLEARING AT A GREAT REDUCTION
rl'
Ten ���
number attended ��� the dance and
enjoyed tlieihselyes;.to:their hearts
content.
A most pleasant, eveii-
ft close in the
'wee sma' hours.
iug was brought to
Ladies' Tailoring Co., of Montreal and Chicago, which is oue
of the best ladies' tailoring establishment ou the continent..'
Drop in; and see tlie samples.
The day will be one. long
ureal with some of them down at
Courtenay. "Could you blame
me now?1'
��� ��� ' o ��-
Sole Agents for the f'KT Boots I
THE CORNER- SfbRE
BRITANNIA   MINES
���    PUTE
DtS-
Mr, Gideon Hicks, of the Gid
con Hick* I'iauo Co.,   Victoria,
was   iu   town   Ihis  week.   He
came through from   Alberni   by
nuto ou Monday.
�� r* **tf*-w
E. C, Kmde, is agent for the
'���Eord'' and ������Clialmer" automo-
bihii.   Curs for lrro,    I'hone 18
~0-m
MARRIED
Mr, Tho.ii. CVsefoi'd mul Miss
���loan.Shearer, both ol1 thin city,
vrwo united j.. iJ... \[r\y V.y.i'-l: of
7)luli'i.��uitiy on Tui-.id.-iy tJiv.iiiig)
Sept., 5J, by tbo Rov. ,/hh. Hood,
of Si, (ieorge's I'reshyteiian
Church. Tho wedding wan u
<juiet one, only immediate rein,
tives and friends being present,
Thu bride waa thn recipient of
mnny beatiiiful wedding gifts.
The happy eniiplr nrr* fri��<ndftig
their liniioyiiiiioii virdtiug Viutoriu
Vrtiicouver and Sound eit'u-s. The
Nkws whlitu ^^ long life and
lllUiliUlOtP,
The case of Forest Cave, cljitrg-
ed with being a member of an
unlawful assembly on the night
of J uly 19th, came up before
Magistrate Miiilland.DougnII on
Friday last for hearing, The
magistrate considered the ovi
deuce insuflicieut in sending the
accused up for trial, and so dismissed the case. P. J>, 'Harrison appeared for Cave. The
charge was preferred by Alexander CnmpbeP, and conducted by
Mr. Alder, of NnnniiiM.
Mr, Aldoi iiifoiined tho court
tliat bin climit had instnmted him
to indite Gave kfuro tho Grand
Jury. JIo will prefer and pros
ociito au indictment ruspuctino'
the cliargc against Cuvo at thy
*ie.\i eoiat or cyiiipotent crlininal
juriKiiction.
Provincial Constable Ucrt
vStephensou will leave for New
Westminster this week to attend
the assizes,
������ 4k	
Read The Ideal Store's advertisement on thu back page,
The Columbia Coal & Coke
Cimpaiiy's mines and townsite
at Coalnnnt, JJ. G, has changed
hinds for Si,750,000. The prop
erty includes practically all the
known coal in the Tiilnmeen
bn��iii, which has an area, accord,
ing to Charles Ojimsell of the
gi.'ologica! survey of 3700 acres,
of which 3,254 carry coal. Mr.
Camsell estimated the thickness
ol' coal at zo feet, included iu
several scams, and gavo au csti
mated amount of 65,000,000 tons
thai could bo cxtiaded by min-
ing.
.Dominion officials  at Ottawa,
forsee a delay,   of   possibly   two
years before final  decision of the
Thaw case.    Tho litigation   in
their opinion,  undoubtedly will
be carried through   the  Dom in
ion courts to the   privy  council
in England, where the '.final verdict will bewitten,    Until this
verdict is given, the immigration
oflicials believe the   courts   will
not permit   tlie  deportation   of
Thaw, and ho   will   remain   on
Canadian soil,
' Mr. J. \V. I) Mood'ie. vice
president oFihe.IJrilaiuiia Mining
and smelting Company has informed the Vancouver, Ne\v.i-
Advertiser that ' no compromise
has be_e.11 arranged^b-y���ilhft���cf.iii^
pany in regard to ,'ihe stride,
llesiales: "There has appeared in the various papers pub
.1 ished iu the city a notice that
the strike at ttritnnnii Mines had
been'declared off, a compromise
having been "arranged with the
company. , So far as. this' company is concerned we desire to
state lhat no compromise of this
strike has been arranged by or
on behalf of, the company so far
as the company is concerned the
conditions are the same as they
were iu February of this year.���
Ex.
We know a nnui in  this , town,
who for^ eiu-s"'hiis been   a   friend
. Mrs. E. C.' Emde,   who,  hai.
been vou an .extended visit' to ie
lalives in North  Dakota, arrived,
home "on Thursday evening.
-Mr. C. K. Mogg,   teller of the: -
local   branch .of: the   Canadian
Bank of Commerce, left on Tues*
=da.}L��for=Y=aiicoaverT-ba-viiig-beeirr-���-
transferred ��o a similar  posiMir. ;
in thut city.    He is succeeded bv ,. -
Mr. T. K Barrett,  of Revcls��ok��v^
Mr. A. S.iIenderson,'' of  Chilii, :^
wuck, will be acting accountant.
Mr. R, S. Ro.ss, of Crestou, will
be manager in   the   ��|bseuce   of  .-���
Mr. -White, who is away on vncu
tion. . .
Rev. Y.X. aud Mrs. Williniar,
are' en route to England, lo visit
amarrid daughter residing in
London. Mr, John Mtiudell,
Cor a number of years a resident
of ftindwick, is also en route for
his native town of Lnngrolm,
in Dumfriesshire, Scotland,
whence he came (ifty-eighl years
ago.
to everybody, and who would do
his fel lev .mm a good turn a*
readily as any man in town, and
who has done it. Recently we
noticed lhnt lie was culled n -liend'
in one of our provincial pai..--rs,
Why?    Ut'uiuu��n   lho    individual
does   not
diinied by
who called   him   sucli,
know Mio man,  or   is
hate.    Giorge   \V. Clinton is nn
tiehd,iind lhe man is a   liar   who
snys hois.    We hold no hi'iVI'I'mni
Mr, ('linton, but  we l..-;U; u'iyI,
-<���-
Courtenay IM,. w||| be held on
Thursday um] Friday, iSent. IS
and Hi. '
P. J. Huchonan, accountant at
the Royal Bank here, has been
trausfciicd to a braneh of that
batik on Robsoi, St., Vancouver.
He left for Vancouver on Sunday.
V
Dr. Km, dentist, will be in
Comu-uay from Sept. i.j  to   21.
Cumberland Conservative As
(���'beiatioti will hold a grand  eon.
cert and dance in   tho  Cumbn-
land  Mall   on   tho   ov<--<nt:   tf
Thursday, Sept. iSth.
STENOGRAPHY
I*   t'ftllMW-       /��1
-.iv.T.     ill
"1
,i<.'^\\\f
phy, three times a  week.    For
particulars and  terms   apply   io
Mws M. Hate, P.   0.   ]jt>x '
Cumberland, U, (J,
See th-.' full millinery display
in MucfarhtUf Bios., CauipbeMs,
nnd the Uig. Store windows.
Cumbc-iland ladies will have no
occasion of Ruing   out   of  (own
for iheir millinery.
*
Pan Francisco,   Sept..   5.--1;.
C.   Morcross,   secretary   ot   lie
Weskuu   Fuel   Company,   faced
the prospect of going to jail this
afternoon for contempt of  coup
unless his attorneys   succeed   i.-
putting  through  habeas corpus
proceedings.    Norcioss   has hi-
cd'lo obey the   court's  order   iu
produce tht* books of   the   com
pany foi- iii'ipeciion by   thu   (<-,K
fral jury which   is invcsiigi.fi, .-
charges thai   the'company   ih
I'rauded tlie gorc-inuif-nt   out   ,.;
nearly b'r goo,noo for   manipul.i
ting weights in I lie sale  of ci>;.;
Thcooun announced  yesu,
���l-iv, alter n confermce   wjiP. 'h-
.-.pi-rial piofi-ciitoi's iu   the ea .,
that au ' rder  wouiil   be   si^u^,
this affeinoon con milting Vou
ciors to jail.   O'her   officers   t
the companv will  be n-Ljiiired *.,
show cause why   tiu-y'shutibi ��������� ���
be 1 ited for eontfinpt  ar, a n -u-i
of lh'iseereiars\s failure to jd.-.
lip the books.
Saturday will   bo   puy.di-y.
��*" good tiling thut vu/|n,v'.,���
or wo ill would be "in  ilut.souj.
Jingle Pot coal   is   quoted   iti
Victoria at Sfl a tun,
    ;  <tj
m
, 1
11
See ovir "Windows for the Newest Creak,
tions in Models and Ready-to-Wear Hats.
ex
Cfl^PBEbb!
li -s  fTHE NEWS, CTOIBERLAND. B. C  s  GaSmg Shoes  Fer  THE  PERFECT SHOE  FOR SUMMER SPORTS  ASK YOUR DEALER.  (t  AMENDS  FOR ALL  By E, Rr Punshon  ^  Werti,, Lock A. Co., UmlM  London, Melbourne & Toronto*  (Continues)  ' Gi-oen appeared rather pleased to  .I'lVt ihb message to deliver, and when  Thorold came the next day he gave it  him with much'gusto. Thorold did  not. at the moment recognize Green,  who was the last person In the world  ha expected to s'ce again, ancl who  was nov.' a very different person from  the luuiicil and terrified fugitive of  Thorold's recollections. Briefly .saying tliat he would call again, Thorold  walkL-cl away, and from, an'upper window Joan watched him go and cried a  little softly to herself.    ,  Tb,e next clay, Thorold came again,  but Green had the same message for  him;  Still indisposed? said Thorold, and  he stared at Green so hard'that that  worthy felt extremely uncomfortable.  - Had he .maintained a stolid and unconcerned appearance, Thorold would  probably have suspected nothing, but  his discomposure was so evident that  the other's attention was attracted.  Well, tell your mistress I will cail,  to-morrow���������and the next day, said  Thorold and turned away*  Joan's rehictar.ee only seived tp in-  flamejiis determination to see her, for  he remembered how his lips had been  pressed to hoi'; hand, and it stung his  soul as with a brood of little snakes  that this hand ho had kissed and kiss-  "et'nrgai mn i gn t~b e-th e_h and-t-h a t���������was-  stained  with his brother's, blood.  Then he began to think of the rather unusual looking footman who had  answered his kno;i at Jermyn Gardens, and gradually it dawned upon  his mind when and where he had seen  ��������� hiin before.  Greatly disturbed by this discovery  ho went back to his rooms, where he  found waiting for lilm Wiltoa Mayne,  ' whom he had not seen for a day or  two.  ]t wns at Lady Martin's that Mayne  had first, met Dora, and he was on  very friendly terms both with Lady  Martin and with Sir John himself.  Krom Sir John he hud just had a hint  that the polic- suspected ii. tho mutter of the missing black pearls that  Fame gang villi which young Frank  Tliorold luul become so disastrously  mixed up, and this news seemed to  have, disturbed Mayne very greatly.-  You see, ho said, Dora has taken  such a fancy to tills Miss Durand���������sho  Bweai-s she owes lier her life, and she  made me promise faithfully to be Miss  Duriind's friend. It Is most awkward.  What oiifclit I to do?  Do the polico know anything of the  liniisc in   .lorin>ii   Gardens?   asked  Thorold.  Apparently not, Mayne-answered.  Otislit 1 to'tell them, do you think?  Hut If thlH girl really saved Dora���������  you see il gives her a claim upon us,  dors it not? And nftcr all, she mny  be perfectly Innocent���������If Is quite enn-  cclvnblo i-hp knows noihlng of what  lui a lici'ii golns on. Or ngiiln, we  may be on tlio wrong track altogether;  awl II. would be. rather dreadful If we  repaid her help to Dora by bringing  false accusations against hex If Bhe  la Innocent. "'  It would Indeed, said Taorold -with  a deep sigh. Do you remember that  escaping convict, Green, I told you  about?   ,  Well, said Mayne.  It seems he "la the footman there,  said Thorold.  At Jermyn Gardens? cried. Mayne,  much, excited, then she, must know.  Why, then, lf that Is so, Miss Durand  must be as guilty as the rest of them.  She -is not guilty, eaid Thorold with  a dark and angry look. I say she Is  not guilty.  Why, what do you mean? cried  Mayno in great astonishment. Not  guilty when thero Is all we have suspected and found out and traced to  her, and now an escaped convict'Is  masquerading ln her house as a footman! How do you know she Is not  guilty?  I know, because I lovo her, Thorold  answered, nnd he felt a great and  wonderful relief as there at last passed his lips the words announcing that  strange thing tliat had been growing  ln his heart, growing in his life, growing and growing till nov/- It seemed  to him that nothing else ln all the  world was,real save lt.  But���������Frank, stammered Mayno be-  vlldoringly. Your brother���������murdered. ������������������  ��������� n  Let the dead bury the dead, cried  Tliorold fiercely. I and Joan are living. *    ��������� ������������������  But she Is guilty���������guilty of abominable things, Mayne cried. , There can  be.no reasonable doubt of It now that  you have found this convict sheltering there���������she is guilty, he said again.  ��������� What has that to do with me? Thorold answered with a superb gesture.  Have I not said that I love her?  For Women'  Who Work  is the best tonic.   It prevents  headaches and biliousness by  stimulating  the liver  and  digestive  organs to natural  action.  a  Rosy Cheeks  'follow lli daily use���������because thlt  pleasantly bubbling drink It mildly  laxative In its action and clcart the  blood oi impurities.  Tike a Battle Host le-iij.        ji I  SpltMiy druftiists and  jthron&oui  Canada'  25* ���������������  ,   Met Her Match  A few days ago two young womon  entered a trolley car and found only  standing room.  ,   I'm going to get a seat, "said one  to her companion.    Now, you see!  Selecting a sedate looking gentleman, she walked up to htm. '  My dear Mr. Green, Bhe exclaimed,  how delighted 1 a mto meet you. You  are almost a stranger. Will I accept  your seat? Well, i do feel tired, I admit ?     Thank you so much.   - ,  The man arose., Sit down,, Jane, my  girl, said he, as he courteously pointed  to the vacant seat. I don't often see.  you out on a washing day'. You must  feel Ured, I'm 6ure. , How lfl>yotir,  mistress?    ,  En.barrasslng  This Is awkward. I flirted with a  young man at the. seashore and wo  both pretended to be rich. Now I find  ho lives ln our city.     fi  But yoa needn't see him if you don't  want to.  I can't well get out of it. It seems  he collects the payments oa^' our  piano..  Price  60+  in  BeautyofHair  /$fx *������%  N^-       ^'-       ������������������  Si  ���������������#? 7':Y,j-i/-,r.yi/,-/i  CHAPTER XV.  Joan's Suspicions Dispelled -  When on tho same day Dora Rose  called at the house In Jermyn"Gardens  she was more successful, than Edward  Thorold had been. Not taat Green  was very 'willing to, admit her, and  the smile with which she tried to soften his surly manner had no effect  whatever on^him who cared nothing  for smiles save those of Joan alone.  But while he was still hesitating and  mumbling excuses, Dora-slipped past  him, and her-- gay-laugh of triumph  trilling up the stairs brought out Joan  herself.  Oh, Joan, cried Dora, running up  ths stairs to her. There you are.  That h'orrid man of yours didn't want  to let me in, and said you were indis-  posed^and you do look pale certainly,  only you always do that, and oh, Joan,  whatever do you think��������� c -  i���������I_thini\-you~don!t-give-one-any-time-  to think, .loan answered with that rare  smile of hers which so changed and  illumined all her countenance.. Come  in here, dear. Mother has been unwell. I' cannot make out what is  wrong with her, and she won't see a  doctor.  Oh, I am sorry, said Dora, all serious  instantly. But she will be' better  soon, she added with the facile optimism her easy and unclouded life had  taught her, and she rattled on about  half-a-dozen different things all in  swift succession till Insensibly the  gloom and depression from which  Joan had been suffering dispersed under the Influence of the bright child's  gaiety.  Indeed, to Joan, Dora seemed little  more than a child, untouched as some  delicious infant by the shadows and  troubles of this transitory world!' Joan  was looking at her, nnd only half listening to her bright restless talk when  suddenly she found that Dor.* had now  got. on the subject of Edward Thorold.  He looks so savage somehow, Dora  complained.     Every time he looks at  int1, I feel like saying; riej.se, sir, It  wasn't my fault; but 1 suppose I ought  not to talk like that, for Wilton says  ho Is just ns nice as   nice.       But  what 1 cnmo for, was to ask It you  liked music.     1 do, especially those  light ilnuy airs thnt iikiko you want  to dunce all the .time, and there Is a  Pianoforte recital to bo given which  I thought you might like to hear, nnd  1 like going myself, becauso you always fcce such a lot ot people, and If  j you get In a corner you can generally  ;Jmve n jolly good talk while tlio play-  ! Iiik'h going t.. It you do got mow lod  I tit a bi!, so I waa wondering lf you  j would como too.  I    Oh, niy dun", exclaimed .loan In some  bewilderment, you do fly about so from  l-ono subject to another that really���������  j    However,   it tippenrort   that   what  Dora Intended was to Invito Jonn to  I neroinpiniy Iter to n pianoforte rccltnl  to bo glviu at I.suly .Martin's by a recently   Imported   Orniuu   miinloliin.  Joan would    Imvo   onjoyod    nothing  more..    But nlio would not In any  ense have dared to va, nnd her mother'H condition  provided  her  with  a  coiivi'iilcnl cmiuko for declining, Dora  iiccmcd vexed at her rufiimil, uml pout-  cd llko a thwarted child.  I'm Mire Mrs,  Diinitul could spare  you, film declared,      1 don't believe  you want to como at nil.  Oil. but I do indeed, protested Jonn  chilly manner how little she was even  interested in Edward Thorold that  Dora against her will became convinced, ��������� Ehe being unable to '"conceive  that any one.whose feelings were really touched could ever manage to hide  them so well. It was a severe disappointment to her, for she had scented a romance, and she even felt It a  slight strain upon their friendship. It  was in quite a subdued mood that she  rose.to go.  All the Eame, my dear girl, she said,  though you may choose to iiretend to  be made of Iron" and Ice���������  Oh, no, interrupted' Joan, rather  distressed at this view' of her char:,  acter, indeed I hope I'm not.   .  As- much as ever you like, continued Dora. I believe you want some  one to look after you, just as much as  any one else. Wouldn't you like to  have a man worshipping the very  -ground_y,ou_tr_ea-d_:onJ^njiuixeil_D2ra^  earnestly.  No, indeed, answered Joan, lt would  be to me most uncomfortable���������'one  would have to be so careful where one  stepped."   .  (To  be  Continued).  Impurities of tho Blood Counteracted.���������Impurities iu tlie blood come  from defects in the action of the liver.  They are revealed by pimples and unsightly blotches on the skin. They  must be treated inwardly, and for this  purpose there is no more effective  compound to be used than Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills. They act directly on  the liver and by setting up healthy-  processes have a beneficial effect upon  the blood, so that impurities are'eliminated.'  A Constant Ohange  In Body Tissues  "Our bodies," says Huxley, "may be  likened to an eddy in the river, which  retains its shape for a while, though  every instant each particle of water  is changing."  The tissues of the body, composed  of millions of tiny cells, are being  constantly broken down and ^vast-  ed away by the process of life, and  especially by overwork; worry and  disease.  In order to reconstruct these wasted tissues there are necessary such  elements as Iron, sulphur, magnesia,  potash, etc., and when these are not  supplied In sufficient quantities lm  the food we eat it is necessary to aid  nature by the use of some restorative  preparation.  Most people find Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food particularly effective under such  circumstances, because it is composed  of ihe-very elements of nature which  go to form new, rich blood, create new  nerve cells and rebuild wasted tissues.  This great food euro is radically  different from medicines which' are  usually employed in the treatment "of  nervous disease's. - For, while they  stimulate tired nerves to overexertion  or by narcotic influence soothe and  deaden them, Dr. Chase's Nervo Food  revitalizes washed nerve cells and so  accomplishes lastingly beneficial results.  Such symptoms as sleepleness, Irritability, headache, indigestion, brain  tire and feelings of fatigue and discouragement soon disappear when ihe  system is built up by the use of  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  50 cents a box, all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates,& Co., Limited, Toronto.  It was a'Scotchwoman who said that  the butcher, cf her town only killed  half a beast at.a time. It was a British magistrate who, being told by a  vagabond that he was not married, responded: That's a good thing for your  wife. It was a Frenchman who, contentedly laying his head upon a large  stone jar for a pillar, replied .to one  who enquired if it was not rather  hard: Not at all, for I.have stuffed it  with hay.  MUST BE  POLITE  German Minister of Railways Instructs  Government Employees  The Prussian Ministry of Railways  has issued an ordinance requesting  the employees, especially their, lady  employees to be more politj in their  intercourse with the public.; Nuirier-,  ous complaints have reached the Ministry of short-comings in this respect  and the Ministry warns Its servants  that If they do not turn over a new  leaf sterner measures will be taken.  With regard'to the ladles, their main  faults appear to bc too great an addiction to knitting, crocheting, and tho  preparation of tea or coffee when the  public Is Impatiently . waiting to bo  supplied with railway tickets,  In busy times they nre also too apt  to lose their heads and to answer impatient, travelers tactlessly.  Somo years ago similar complaint  was mado about the ladles employod  In the post ollices and at the tele-  phonos; bul energetic measures woro  taken by tho Government to stop this  nuisance and lt lias now becomo a  pleuauro to transact business with fe-,  malo post olllco assistants.  ������������������������������������i fa ������.��������� ml  Burning a small piece of gold l������if  Is a custom observed hy the Chineso  at certnln anniversary celebrations,  and it Is estimated that gold to the  vnluo of more than ten million dollars  la destroyed annually in this wny.  This oKtiiiiato Ih bnspd'on the nssnnip-.  tlon that each Individual of a total  population of 4.10,000,000 buriiH at each  of two nnnlvemuioB u piece of gold  lenf weighing .3011 grain, making a  total of 271,000,000,000 grniiif". A llvo  dollar gold piece weliili.s 129 grains.  CUDS* FOOD  They Thrive on Grnpc-Nuto  Healthy hnlilos don't, ^ry nnd tho  wcll'iioui'lHhed baby that I.- fed nn  Ovape-NtitR Is never n crying baby.  Many bullion who cannot tnlfo nny  other food rol lull tho perfect food,  Cirupe-NulH, mid get wi 11.  "My baby was glvon up by Three  1 want to Just awfully.     H'h ho long i; doctors who said ihat. the nondeimod  -v  ! since I heard any good mimic  '    Then, why    don't   you'.'    persisted  ! Doi'ii. anil added candidly:  1 always  j do Jin-i exactly  whnt  I   want���������why  ! don't you?  I    Joan Miiik-u ium  hmhn  Jn.-i   l.mti,  *V \//A  t^-C'V, -/"d^i ���������  ,i,A l>orn  i-vt-vpil her rnvlmHy  .'���������y  Preservedby  Cuticura Soap  Astr-teii \>y un uuaAoind tic of  Cuticura Ointment. No other emollients do ro much for poor mnv  jjlcxion*, red, roufjli luuuh, c.mdruff,  nm] dry, lliin antl fulling hair.  rutii-ur* R,';������ri ������m! niiiin.rnv, ir<������ ������t.M tt.rr.uiV/it  H������ m-rt'l. A HUitl ������(.u.L.'.t i.t lit I., ������Uii ::: Vi������ I  timtktcnt^ r rr tn>) irr*ti>.<c.l t,t IU ������tm������rwt  tr-t.lv, MM iwr-frfi*. Arlrtttm Poller Drug A Ctrtrtl.  (UuTV; 1*PL JM>. llotlori, V, ������, A..  And I boliovo It would do you good,  I r-he declared.     Vou want a change  ���������yon look nearly its gravu as that Mr.  i Thorold.     Jonn, do   you    llko    Mr.  . Thorold'.������  i       i 111' IJlll'hl lliTl  '���������ri.-.������,i) ,.-J)X ..,���������.\ ,\ .,',  ,;,,.'-  Joan, liir-tuid of answering, blushed  crimson. Willi n cry of delight. Dora  flapped lier hands).  Oh, how Interesting, she cried In tin  ecEtiir-y. Oh, .loan, do tell nio about  it.  ]\<. aV::, H>ra, yon aro inn nlwnrd,  declared .Iran, .Mr. Tliorold la Biich  ii < tr-.-iii;'er to me tlmt 1 cannot even  HU aui vheM'.r-r I bho blm or dlHllko  lilm.  \VS.iit iiiitde \oii go fo rod, then?  At muiidcil Horn pkilffsly.  1 didn't, Htild Joan promptly,  milk on which ] had fed her had ruined the child's) Htoiniich, One of tlio  doctors told mo thnt, tho only llilng to  do would lie to try Grnpe-Xura, ho I  got Bomo and prepared lt aa follows;  1 huuiui) i ',-i iii\i\i-.i[iu.>iAi7in In ..i.t,  j'nt nf rrVI v.1 a lev for Vi'.f nn hour,  then 1 strained off the liquid mid mixed VI ic-nnpoonfuh nf this st nil nod  Grapi.-NulH juice wiih t.lx ttaiipoon-  fills of rich in 11 lv. put in n pinch of  Halt and n l'.lllo siugnr, warmed 11 and  j^n'.i   ,.  ������o  tut.  i,,,, ;.   *>������....   ',.. ��������� ..,,.,:.  "Iii thin simple, ������a*y way 1 saved  baliyY. lifo ii ml lm\o built her up lo  a sjlrong, lionllhy child, rosy nnd  laughing. The food must certainly  bo perfect to hnvo biu-h a  wonderful effeef as thin. I can  rrullifully iny ) think It Is tho bent  food iii  ilio world to rahc- delluilc  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  HIGHLY- RECOMMENDED  1 o  No medicine for little ones Is so  highly recommended as is Baby's Own  Tablets. They are guaranteed by a  government analyst' to be absolutely  safe and0 besides that thousands of  mothers throughout the dand praiEe  them as the only stire cure for childhood-, ailments. Concerning them  Mrs. Edward McDonald, Douglas-  town, Que., says:'-"I can . highly .re-,  commend*Babyis-Owni-Tablels_td_any.  mother who has a baby suffering from  constipation or' teething troubles."  The Tablets are sold by medicine  dealers ,or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.-,  B.rockville, Ont.  Probably    ' '  Caruso's doctor says that the great  tenor has musical bones, that a tap  on his knuckles brings forth- a, musical'-note. -      (,  I'll bet. a, tap on'his nose would  bring forth a musical noto or eo .  $100 Reward, $100.    -:  Tie renders ot tlila paper will be plf.wd to Iran  tbat thero Is al least our dreaded diuenso tlint erirnci  tas beea &blo to care In all Its stages, nnd that It  Catnrrh. Hall'a Catsrrli Curo Is tho only posltlvt  cure now known to tho medical fraternity. Calarrl  being n constitutional diseaso, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall'a Catarrh Cure It taken lr.  tcrnallyvact'ng direct!}' upon the hloed r.nd tmicout  -.urtaces ol tho eystem, thereby .<destroying tht  ioundatlon ot tho disease. ��������� jd clvtnc the -patient  Itrength by-building up tho constitution and nK-inl  Ins nature In- doing Its nork. 'ni������>proprletbra havi  oo muoh faith In Ita curative-p������������cre that thoy ofls  One Hundred Dollara Ior any cauethat It toHs fe  cur?.   Send for list of testimonials.  ArW.ress F. J. CHENEY & CO . Toledo, O.  Bo.d by all IlrtiKtbte, T5c.  Saie Hall's Family PHIa lor eonstinatloo.  ���������  . .        -P  The bank, n consequence of a farmer's failure, had to finance, a large  farm, and last spring the man they  had put' in charge of it wired tp the  London'manager of the bank: Lambing begins next month., If drought  continues will result in total, loss.  Postpone lambing till, further' orders,  wired back the resourceful London  manager.     ���������  Looked  Like Shorthand  1 She���������I didn't, catch you name.  He���������I've  just   written  it  on   your  programme.  She���������That's    made    me      wonder  what lt is.  .  What's the matter, old man?  Brain fag. Been presiding at tlie  graduation exercises of, a grammar  school. Had to listen to forty highbrow essays. But you seemed played  out, too.  Yes: indigestion. I took in a cooking school. Had,to taste forty different messes.  Minard's.Liniment Cures Distemper  ' A laborer went into a neighbor's.cottage. In the corner of the little kitch-  dlal of which was the! customary fig-  -ji r������_of_>an_ol [l_maii_ho_ldl_ng���������a_sc vthe.,  and above was the time-worn inscription: Tempus fugit. , Looking wisely  ur at the clock, the old man .said to  the owner: Aye, tempus fugit! Same  man.-as made ours, I see!  Stem Parent���������Quite so, quite so!  You tell me that you have proposed  to my daughter; but--er���������you say nothing about jour position. Nervous  Suitor���������My posLIon, sir? Oh���������er���������the  usual one, I believe���������on my knees, you  know.  Minard's  Liniment   Cures   Garget  Cow.. "  In  Well, Johnny, what was the text  today? asked a proud father of his  son who had just returned from  church.  ��������� Let mo flnlc, faver, said Johnny,  as he scratched his .head In deep  thought. , Oh, yes; I remember. It  was: Don't bo scared, you'll get your  quilts all right.  John's father, after pausing a  while over this queer text, called up  tho minister,-  Could you tell mo what was this  morning's text, Mr.,, Jones? ho asked, and was convulsed to hear the  reply'.' Fear not, tho comforter  cometh.  Whenever I listen to a poor speaker,  I think of a physician whom I once  heard wading through an nfier-dlr/icr  speech In this city, snid a well-known  American architect. Tho physician  did not wade very fnr through this  speech, Ilo paid���������Unprepiirod ns I  am In this Impromptu���������totally unprepared, I will���������ah���������extemporaneously,  being unprepared ��������� Just then tho  physician's wlfo, who sat nox-- to nio  said to her husband In a low, oneour-  lining voice: Go on, Tom! You had  it all by heart this afternoon. Oo  on.  A Scotch preacher who 'delightel  In much verbal flourishing beforo he  finally made his point, was one'day  telling his rural congregation the story  of Jonah. .And as they, threw the  puir mon overboard, he said, a girt  monster appeared at the side ot the  ship���������aiblins it was an elephant, aib-  lins It was a lion, aiblins was a hip-  poppotamus, aiblins���������Aiblins itwas a  whale, shouted nn eager old woman  from the front row. Aiblins you're a  fule! retorted the disappointed old  minister, and brought his'sermon to  an abrupt" conclusion.  Two.lawyers hefore an American  judge recently got into a wrangle. At  last one of the disputants, .losing control over his emotions, exclaimed to  his opponent:- Sir, you are, T think  the biggest fool that I ever had the  misfortune, to set eyes upon. Order!  Order! said tho judge, gravely. You  seem to, forget that I am In the  room.  UPTON'S PURE  FRUIT   JAMS  Are pure Jam improved by the  aclditionof Pure apple jelly   '  Try itJ7 All Grocers  Lady Farnier( Raises Record Crop  AlTri?T~Annie_B7~Wiiliariisr"of-Gleich^  on,  Alberta, had a record llax crop-  last year.    She seeded   G3.33   acres  Bright or Lazy  Johnny, I don't believe you've studied your geography. ��������� ���������-  No, mum; 1 heard pa say the map  of tho world wns changing every day  an' 1.thought I'd wait a few years till  things get settled.  Peevish, pale, restless, and sickly  children owe tlieir condition to worms.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  will relievo, them and restore health.  !r,   n!������o   a  lmblM on nnd  hraltMul   food   for  nmviMips  havo dlpcovfied In our family."  f5nipr-N*iil������-   Is  ffjnnlly  Milunbln  iV'lUIOMfl  as  we  lo  I the st Von f. hralthy man   or   womnn  ill a'.a  Remedy for No6e Bleeding  There nro two llltlo arteries which  supply tho fnco with blood, ono ,011  each sido, TIioho brnnoli off from  Uio iiitiln nrtcrlcH on each sido ot Ilio  windpipe, nnd running upward toward  tho oyop, piifis ovor oiunlile of tlio Jaw-  bono, about two-thirds, of the wny  lini'U-l'rom tho chin to the iiiibIo of  Iho jaw, under tho ear, Now, Hup-  poBo your 110SD bleed* by tho right  nofllrll; with tho onil nt. tho forefinger  fool along the outer edge of tho rlRht  Jaw until you feol tho beating ot tho  artery directly under your finger, lho  su mo iih tlio pulse In your wrlHt; then  press tho finger hnrd upon It, thus  getting tho little follow In a tight plnco  In/lb<.������.:, i>.'������'.��������� P.r.^er evft th" Jiwhono  Tho ropult wlll lm Hint not n drop of  hlood Koch Into that hlfte ot the uum  wlillo iho prossiiro continues; lienco  tho nose instantly plops Wording for  wnnt of blood to flow, nijdtho ruptured vpflRPlH In thn noeo will probah-  ;#, by lb r.i "'",in or. nt vi of so tViat whon  you let thi blood Into thom ihey will  not bleed. Wrrdlng from a cul or  wound anywhere nbout lho face mny  be slopped In the sanio way,  A trninp wont up to Knsy street  ���������  Ar.d tried to work the rear,  Ho   tried   iwu   iiotihe   for   br. ad   or  mont.  Hlnrfi 1'j.������>-> A\ih had naught to cparo  Tho Lamp wuh prompt to go,  And  Intpr on  he  Htruek  good  fnro  'Wny down on I'oor Man's low.  . An   ndvollnc-mcnl   tnltrn   from   a  Let nio Reo some of your black kid  gloves, stiid a lndy to a shop iifiFistnnt.  Theso nre not the latest styles nre  thoy? sho aslced when tho gloves wero  produced.  Yes, mndiim, ropliod lhe shopman;  we have had them in stock only two  dnys,  1 don't think they were, bpcnnso  lho fashion paper says black kids hnve  inn stitches, and vice yerni. I reo  lho tan stltchoB, but not tho vice ver-  su,  The fibop-tiian explained that vice  vorsn wa? French for Keven buttoiip,  bo slie boiiftht threo pairs.  aud threshed'1,877 bushels���������which is  equivalent to 29.63 bushels ' to," the  acre. The significance of this will  be more readily appreciated when it  is stated that-the average yield per  acre last year In-Alberta was 12.81!,  in Saskatchewan, 12.56;- in Manitoba,  13.39, in all Canada, 12.60, and in the  .United States 9.90 bushe.ls to the acre.  The variety which was grown was  'Prcmost,' a new kind which hns been  developed by tlie Dominion Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, and  which ripens from ten days to a fortnight earlier than ordinary flax. The  record-of tho growth of thiH .crop  shows that It was seeded April 1.6-38,  was one foot high nnd in bloom on  June 23rd, rlpo ou AugtiBt 10th and  cut on August 27th. Tho germinal Ion  test over seven days showed 96 per  cent  How Gipsies Marry  Thero Js nothing secret about tlio  fcipsy courtship; it is carried on In  the open.' lf a Homnny lad makes  love to a mnldon already pledged sho  has a way of indicating the fnct without speaking a word. She goes ;,  littlo way off, and Billing down on tho  gross, unfastens her hnlr, letting it  fall on her countenance. Timo was  'when gipsies wero married In Hielr  own tenia, after tho ancient custom  of their race.  In somo Itomnny families it is a  rule ttvtlo tho matrimonial knot In n  church; other families, however, still  hold to tho older wny and avoid being piimmod on tholr wedding dny,"  nor do they seek the ollices of the  replstrnr.  Paragon  ot  Parroto  Customer���������Hut Is ho n good bird?  T menu I hopo ho doesn't use dreadful  langiingi)'.  Denier���������'Kf. a Hnlnt, lndy; hIiirb  hymns bountiful. I 'nd nomo parrots  wot. iificd to swonr somr-lliliig awful,  hut, If you'll boliovo me, lady, this  'oro bird converted tho lot.  Rnuiiiprittor (Inking dotnlls for tho  epiiKiiH). What is your nun, madam?  Lady���������Thirty, Bir. Eniiincriuoi'���������If I  don't mistake, you wore thirty at tho  lnst consiis, ton years ngo. Lndy���������  Woll, my man, I'm not tho person who  pays one thing to-day and.another to-  morrow.  The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put up In  hirmll hoi ties that uro easily portable  and sold for a vory Binnll sum, Dr.  Thomns' Kelectrlc Oil poHfiosBua moro  rower In coiiconirntod form Hum-ono  huiulred tlmcH 1 lio quantity of mnny  inifiiiPiitH. Its chPnpnoHH and tho  varied uros to which It. enn ho put  mn lco It tho poor mait'ii frlond. No  dealer's slock Is conipleto without It.  Tomnv had been a town mouse nil  his little lifo up to tho pruiioiit yenr,  hut work had been plcnlirul with hln  father, ninl ho wuh (llficuKBliig with  his wlfo the desirability of uomllng  To nun y for a week Into Uio country.  Tommy listened thoughtfully nnd nt  loniUh broke In; 1 don't want lo go! ,  Why not? Canst l'vo hoard thoy havo  ihriiHliliiK-irKiunlwH In tho country, and  it's bud enoiiu.li hero In town, when lt'n  dono by lmnd.  T3  -To Women-  W. N. U��������� CM  nds for tho ir.ie theory of .cnlth.  ,'ln. im lalronl IVira, <|isit<! tmrprls- {"Theu't a rfflf������ti." and M In p.\(dalnnl  Y-ft      Yo-������ mn ull flit JiiHt ns well ns ��������������� tho little book. "The Jload to Well-  morning paper tboirn 10 w 1iu. a paw  W?it h buLAmA.wft rhlM yo,. *>������.    * Bw' rend the .bove letter? A ntw Wwlcfl-ft "���������^f: . |Ulv writ*  K.M J..HH. mul having no -ontrol of one app*** from time to time. They I |ilny������rl t> ���������    Hie   Ii      I    rfJl'j "' rj  fccrfl!. A-? i>ke with    rich    roM'.re flenuln������  %i>'*.*\4 loll ot humtnltm: co ������bor������i������-to!uinUh board ������.id  jlndllfitwice mid Mi-talned In eticb ������ interest. \\>t& ������nt������1 Pl*> ������ irotur.to.  ^ Seeking Health'and Strength  *-"* For those iiis peculiar to women Dr. Tlmco *"*  [���������] recommends his "FaYorito Prescription" as m  13 ������THE ONE REMEDY" a  13  a  ra  H  tf  A medicino prepared by regular KraAuated phyilclan ofunue-'  uni experience in treating woman'e (iiucaiies���������carefolly m'hptetl  to work in harmony with tho most delicate feminine constitution.  All'medicine dealers have sold it with untlnfuctlon to em-'  tomcrs for the pant 40 yearn, It Ia now obtainable in llqoid or  iuijar-coated tablet form nt the drug store���������or sent) COone-cont .  ���������Umps for ������trial box, to Buffalo. * . ."*j  Kvery woman m������y writ* fully ������ml fonfld������Btl������11y U Dr. Plena,  JuTiliili' Hotel ������ml Surgical Initltul*. Tlnffelo, K. Y., snd ������������y h*  ���������ure tint her rt������e wlll itttltt etrtfal, twiMUnttaut, r������������Adeatitl  ronalderatlon, and tint eiperlenced nedlctl edtke will be flvea  to ber mbiol������t*ljr tr**,  era.- .,���������-.mi"    ,!"-_      1    g'-ii'tr, t,1  ������������������..,; ruirT utiim  Dr. Pitrc*'* PUatant P*Utt* tagulai* and Invigorat* ttemaeh, U*-i *  wuidhovtmU. S*sarc**d**\ ttygtmiuiU* ������**yt* t*k* 0* tmdy*  :sp -.  ^-**-**������' /v  ���������A   ������  i. HJ fr* 1-*-f   *��������� ������ *���������  v  (Y?  THE TOWS. CtnniEKLAND, B. a  Red Light Preserves Milk'- '  Interesting experiments have recently breii made concerning the influence  of.red light, on milled That'light'-is  detrimental to the conservation of  milk has long bee nknown, but which,  of the rays did the mischief has,only  now been determined. The red rays  are beneficial, while those toward the  violet s-ide of the spectrum cause the  milk to turn.' Pure, fresh milk placed  in an mi colored glass bottle In tho'full  sunlight, and sterilized and pasteurized milk, placed also In uncolorod  bottles In the same placo were found  at the end of the day to be, completely  spoiled and unfit for consumption.  Absolutely no difference could be de-  tec-ted between the ' ordinary ��������� 'fresh'  milk and that which had,been sterilized���������both were equally bad. But  If oven uiisterilized milk Is placed In  a red bottle,or in a bottle, wrapped in  red paper in the full sunlight it keeps  perfectly good for ten hours.  Pasteurized or sterilized milk costs  rather more, .but to it many people  give lhe preference, as it Is considered more hygienic. Now, however,  that experiments have proved how easily even this pure, sterilized product  turns by the influence of light, it may  soon be expected thar every dairy will  adopt red bottles. Until a sufficient  quantity of such shall havo been manufactured the botiles will be wrapped  tn red paper.  Health   Lesson   From  Canal      *  "  Broadly speaking, we employ a-physician only after illness occurs, "and  ' by this policy the per capita cost for  this mode of health maintenance  reaches o largo annual expensed - In  comparison,'with disease curing, dis-  t ease prevention, as demonstrated' fn  the Panama Canal zone, has astonished the world. Science and sanitation have made that former hotbed of  disease more healthful than the most,  favored American community. This  feat has been accomplished at a cost  or a  penny a day for each  resident  ' of the Canal Zone. \   -   y  This achievement alone is worth  moro than the immense cost; of the  canal construction to the American'1  people. No longer need any hot or  unhealthy region, allow disease-breeding-, infections to. prevent health" and  - prosperity from being the normal condition of the community. ' - ' .  What has been done' in the canal  zone will be much easier of accom-  ���������P ItSw ill c-n f���������iti -~a I l-sou t h ern-ferntui yo f"  America and Tropical countries'elsewhere through    this    demonstration.  , Particularly our southern slates can  profit by introducing the new health  regime ancl make greater safety, for  ,-their own residents and settlers"from  th'.1 northern slates who are now. pro-  renlrtl fror. going south through fear  of tinhealthfuV' conditions. ���������  Why, Charlie, you aro not afraid-of  tho   dark,   aro   you? '    No,   I'm   not  '   ftfrnid, said Charlie, but I'm not verv  fondflflt.  Sticking to Facts  A hidy hud a new maid, who appeared at lhe door of tho library ono after-  anon, where her mistress was reading'.  There's no coal ma'am, said' the  maid, mid the fires are going out.  No eoal, fried Uie mistress In surprise. Why didn't you toll me be-  ioru?  1 oould n't tell you there was no  coal, mn'am, replied the girl, when  there wns coal,  Wooden, Anyhow  The Into Sir W, H. Gilbert was In-  rlined to be /Illy nt tho oxpeiiHo ot  the, men nnd women who like ro do  amateur acting In'lho name of ohiir-  ily. An eiilhiialiiKt oncesald to hlni,  Mr. (llllicrl, what do you think of our  nni.itpiir flub?  I t li In lc tlioy nre not so much'a club  as 11 bundle ot'.,.rIIcUh, returned iho  master of repartee,  A. boy who wns passing tho shop  tliouglil ho luul-,-foil ml n job at last  when ho biiw a nlgu lu tho window:  Hoy wiHilcil. lie went. In and askod  the proprietor about II.  Yet, mild tin'' Hiorelu'eper, I wain  n good, bright hoy to be partly in-  flnoi'K and  partly nuUnni'i;.  Thai's nil rlglil, said iho applicant,  but what becomes of nil whon tho  clnnr 'damn tdiul'!  Tin' Inle Judge Milan llryo.ii, tho  JiUIiim- nf William J, Hryau, ouce luul  nevei'iil liniiiii niolen from his -iinolc*.*-  I'uiiHt'. He' i'.iIoboiJ tliein al. ouce,  but ::iid noil.lui; about ji to niiyoii<-,  A few dnyii Liter a uulnhbor etinio lu  film.  ���������    H.iy. judge, he Hiiiil.    I iienr'il yew  had 1101110 hiiiiis utoleii Collier hl.sjlit,  Yen.  replied   llie Jnd^.c,  very tvmtl-  dciilliilly. but don't loll nnytnio.  Vou  and I nre the only ones who know It,  I'Miinr- -Who wns lhe first Immortal?  Autli'.ii r really don't remember.   I'd  lior--J I bought yon might; you have  heen tiriiigliig iih In hln jokeH,  Lot nio, congratulate ymi. Mrn.  Tin in. p.-niii. liiui'n ,i ijLMutiiui iit i it*  boy yuii have Ihuc Oh, 1 don't think  ho, Mr. .lonea. You don't? I'm rut.  prlspd to honr you piiv midi h thing.  Why don't you think,no? IJecniiRo  H>'k a br-ivitlfitl iitti,. gi,l.  Tbo gucHt Rlaneed up and down the  Mll-oi-fnre  without  oiithiiidiiNin,  Oh, well. Iir (bellied, Unruly, you  may bring a dozen frU-tl oyst!������������rn.  The rolornl waiter lipcnmc all ,ipol-  c-ftlon,  A!/1.! very i:.iri,y. :v.ib. lm! <;.r.t .V.il  ob all fihellflHli, 'coptltitf r.Igs.  M|;;< Vlalnnm -That hnnll "Ir.i.  Rule* nolimlly Ims lier photographs for  sale In Klie Bttitloni-is" *!jo)m, 1 could  not do Hiirli ii thing itmlcir an.v eon-  ������!nVriitlon?      Mer HlttrriMt   I-Yli'ihlr-  Ymi   I  itonr;  T.ou't   Uie   f.ir:-   lo,   li.'ue   j.jij,  W. N, U. D50  Henry Miller's Apt Answer -  Henry Miller.- 'the' noted Canadian  actor-manager,' - who recently \ played  'The Rainbow' in Canadian cities, is  rather keen,in repartee, and a number  bf his friends had .evidence" of it' recently during a.discussion with the  actor on the question of woman" suffrage. . '��������� - ,- -. .. , - - " v .: . .  . Do you think the vote would make  women- masculine? inquired one man  in the party.-  '     ... ,  -   '  No,.I-don't think it would, replied  Mr. Miller. , In'fact* We," might "say  thai it has- failed to do'that for some  men.   '���������  -    .>    -   ..-.-��������� '-���������    ���������- ���������     t   :���������  "Editor���������Have you submitted these  poems anywhere else? Poet--No, sir.  Editor���������Then where did you get that  black eye?  Use short woras, they are the kind  to use. I know, said the henpecked  husband, and thin words���������the- kind  you  gel  in  edgewise.  The combiued area of the corn  fields of the Uulted States is nearly  equal to. the area of France or Germany.  Practice  . How did you 'develop such a wonderful batting eye? asked the major-  league magnate admiringly".   -    .  Acting as health' commissioner of  Piwattomie, Kan.,' replied the'recruit  modestly. ��������� I got so that I could  swat a fly every time.       - .   .. - , .  Mln.-rd's   Liniment   Cures   Diphtheria  Barber (beginning the haircut)���������  Have you heard the siorv about the  man that���������(resuming .business)-���������that  it short, sir? Customer (a tired editor)���������Yes, a mere synopsis'will'do!  Mexico's petroleum production last  year was almost equal to that of any  two previous years.  The manager of a well-known louring company wired to the" proprietor of  a theatre In a smivll town,where his-  company was to appear: Would like  to hold a rehearsal at your theatre at  three o'clock to-morrow afternoon.  Have your stage-manager, stage-carpenter, assistant stage ca-rpenteiv property man, chief electrician, and all  stag: hands present promptly at that  hoinv  Three hour.', later he received the  following reply:  All right,     lie will be here.  A burglar- has turned poet,  is going from bad to verse.  This  No Escape,  I thought that poor little hen-pecked  man was going to take a sea 'trip' for  his health?  He has changed his mind.  Why so?  He found out that through the wonders of wireless telegraphy his wife  could lteep, in toiieh with liim'every  dav.  Corns and wans disappear when  treated with. Holloway's Coru Cure  without leaviifg a scar. - '  Mother���������Oh, Bobby, you .naughty  boy, you're beon smoking!'(Pause):  Poos, poor darling,- do you feel very  bad? Bobby (who. has been weil  brought up) Yes, thank you; I'm  dying.  You cannot afford braln-befogginr; headaches  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  stop thsm In quick time ?nd clear you'r head. They  do not contain either phsr-.acetin, aeetaniliJ, morphine,  opium or any onjer dangerous drug. 25c. a box at  your Druggist's: -   ,     ,'��������� !2J  National Dwuq anb chcmical Co. or Canada, Liuitco.  . A man wanted to kill a fly on the  back of a friend's neck, and without  stopping to mention his-design, hit the  iusect wiih the butt' end or his rifle,  aud when hisTrlend got np and brushed tho sand'out of His mouth and eyes,  four men had to bold hi in while the  matter,was explained.       ^    ���������  You, are ninety-seven years old?  Yes.���������What,are your ruk>s for reaching such an unusual age? 1 dunno  as I havo any iu particular. Just  keep on living, and you'll get there,  young man.  Kidder���������That fellow makc-s a living  writing light fiction. Kid'dee ��������� He  doesn't look like a literary chap. Kidder���������He's not. He makes out statements for the electric light company.  You say that man has no bad habits?      -  Only one: hU^habit of boasting that  he has none.  Traveller���������Why   do  you  make  the  sandwiches so dreadfully small? Waiter���������Wo makC3 'om small sir, so you !  won't miss the train. I  Progress  Daughter,  1  asked  ihe young  man  who was just talking- with yoi: whether he knew how to dance. v . '  Yes?                               ���������   - .-,     ���������  He said he know the hold:-, but not  all the steps.  A news item from London states  that a new play was received thero  with a marcel wave of approbation.  That sounds suspiciously liko a puff,  doesn't it?  Barber���������Hair's n bit thin on top, air.  Have, you tried our-hair tcnic?  Bald Man���������No, that wasn't the reason ,  Mrs. Flubdub���������My bust and goes on:  every evening for a little- constitution-  ill.    Does yours?       Mrs.    GuzxJsr���������  No;  my husband always keeps ii in |  the house. '    I  Pater���������I wish Mary's young man  would come round-after supper.   -  Meter���������That's all he does come  after.  HOW THE(ANAJ>IAN  (ARES FORTHE P  ���������: .. /' 77 77' yi'';;' /.'. %7Y' t  7���������~ ~AA'  COMMISSARY   BUL  COMMISSAItY DDILDINa.  A oltlfen of tho world wishing to sp������nd a holf.  (Uy at Band, In tho hoart of the Wostorn Canadian Rookies or to mako a buslnens journoy  along tho Hnea of tho Canadian Paoiflo Railway  rontj his slooping cor berth, boards tlio train,  llvpa and'oats iu luxurious surroundings'whilo  be lmr whirled across tho continent, and has  Utile Idea of tho vastness of tho onterpriae upon  which he bestows his patronajo, nor of tho  tremendous systom whicli must bo maintained  ln ordor that ho and othova,likewise minded,  may travel lu such safety, comfort and luxury.  ; For Instance he goes to bod and'does not know  that an army, of men four thousand strong is  omployod by that Slntng and Bleeping Car  Department. Ho is not awaro that lho samo  company oould, within five days, transport an  army ot thirty thousand people from Vancouver  to Halifax, giving oach a sleeping berth and  supplying ninety thousand meals a . day, or  practically halt a million bh tho five day journey  aoross the continent. AgalnVhe does not roallto  that, tf the dining and,[sleeping oars of tho  Canadian Paclflo Biulway-wern mado up into a  single -train wlthQft' locomotivo stationed at  intervals ton coaches apart, that that train would  Vhoyfourteen miles' long.  Toyman this oity on  ^wheels would require an nrmy of three thousand  dining anil slooping car attendants with sevoral  hundred additional men ut terminals to handle  n  ^���������-:;.'^-V> -'-ii7>$i������lVA$7'-.7:%  'izV'tffi  i- riS-lm  supplies for thom,  This is exclusive of the  thousand men who would be operating the train  in the capacity of hrakomen, conductors, firemen  and engineers,  a total aboard lu all of 3100  peoplo,  TATCINO CARK OP THE I'UBLIO.  Tt would take a'great deal of space to telt liov  the Canadian I'acillo Hallway talies euro of that  public which patronises Its llnra and how also  It takes ooro nt thoso oinployoon whoso duty it  li to minister to tlio comfort ot that public.  Yet tho CP.n. I104 takon many stops iu that  direction and it is safe to nay that iu a doxen  particulars it standi ahead of nny rond on the  continent whon it oomos to treatlnglU dining  and nleepng car employees humanely and sanely.  Theso men aro as desirahlo a ulsss nf public  servant ns can be found in any private limine  from tho point of view of ellioloncy, personal (--  clannllness and froedom from danger of spread- \k  Ing disease.   Tho company is as considerate 11  ot Its ratm ������i it is ot the central public ami it 11  Is fully awaro that nuch a courso Is simple I f  "Rood bun Inoss."  Certainly tho most colossal task that presents  Itielf to the C, V. IX, is that ot provisioning its  dining cars to feed tho hungry multitudes who  cross their thresholds each meal hour, It is  (inthuutfld that in tho summer season the C. 1'. 11.  sorvun on. n������" averniro twenty thousand meals  a, duy on Its ttrs. I'or many years tho company  has bean BrafipUnff with tho problem of supply-  '���������"..'; fill ctiirjiiMss dtr.iuvid tn a vup tV.at v.-tv.IJ  insure to the geueral pubtio absolutely clean  juii) i������w.'mWj' whuii-xouiif liwiili wid vAy uaw  hai tho company como to believe that It lias tho  situation comphHsly in hand, >  The first problem that presented Itself was to  have roc uro a really assured and permanent  source of supply. To attain this and. incidentally, tu show farmers In various districts  tlio possibilities of tlieir lands, when selentl-  throughout the Dominion. Theia supply  absolutely fresh provisions to tha chain of corn*  missary stores stretching across tho continent  aud give tho Canadian 1'aclilo Railway the  assurance of a permanent supply at cost prices,  lu this en absolutory radical departure was  made in that tha O. P. II. actually owns snd  operates the farms which cupply it with pro-  Ttsiohs.  Vho adiAntaj* of tlib ia notf at to scc!e. PreaU  ,nilkiand cream will soon be secured in whatever  <ltuntttles are desired." A sufficiently Urge  tuiiiiljtu' of poultry can ba kept to u up ply ull  retlulremBnts for table fowl and *ia*. To injure freshness In the eggs used on dining cars  the product is gathered from the nett (ell eggs  ere non fertile by the way; stumped with tho  date, ami then packed in cartons and sealed far  dellwjr to commissary stores. Milk and cream  are nothtndled in bulk. After being thoroughly  i>fiiti������iiru-������il the products ale placed (n tsaleil  liottlet and these ere opened ln the preiemn  of the passenf er with the *k������v and data ol mthm a  rlcht on the ������>ottle. SimtUr care Is taken Ij  Insure ehsoltite cleanliness "  Strut Ion farm products.  wrw THS HUM* m Ms hTK-  nrrrww^fQA DiNiHF-&Hr7T??Kmr  >������-������  s^rv  ;*#  m  Frulti snd vegetaMei form a larite lUm on  dining ear m*.vi, Th* Cspadlan Piitlfie mi1.  nay Imports time from nil parti of the r.orld  *vnl oBtTS t^tni o"������ Its t������M������s liitvtt th������y ar*  available elttwhere, end then, when t!i������  CiuiidUa {.kuvliikU ai������ m'.-ij Unj uufatuiw* U  gi*en thtni. fr, t*cl tl.e company st>ecUU������������s  In the famous frulti and vegetables of Brltith  Columbia aud couir*:U for these proJutii fur  the e-itlre reiiulrementi, espeelslly apples and  paUtaeii for tlil������ ssrvlce for all weiUrn lln������i one  year In Adtauc*. The ipialily of tliet* fruits,  e-uh 1.1 i>;<pl������i, plurru, therrlm, \mt,ri, arm  v������<etshlesAtirli as celery and potatoes now standi  LL������L*������ti lu Ut* coitliuct.t.  AH OBSTINATE PaOBLEM  Ont reslly obstinate problem ha* ro,'ifrui.tj<  the Canadian Paclflc nnd that has boon tin  supplying of fresh broad and pastry to Its patrons  ���������bread and puntry of such a quality that tho  shield and beaver trademark would bo iti guar*  entee. Ulany experiments havo been tried hr.t  that dogreo ot succoss desired by the company  la only uow being attained, 1'inal upon all  plans comes the announcomont on this yoar'H  apnroprlation list to the effoct that ths company  will Install a chain of modorn bakeshons at such  tormlnal points betweon Halifax and Vunrouvor  ns would Insure a complete re-stocking of di:i leg  oars with fresh bread, cakes and piutry ovory  fifteen hours. Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg,  Moose .Taw, Calvary and Vancouver tre to havo  such railroad Imkenhop.i as wlll several other  points not yot dotlnllely dn:lded upon.  The care of meats, milks, vegetables and  peMihablo goods for the twonty thousand pnoplo  who murt bo fed dally hy this cne railway requires Incut elaborato refrigerator- plains. All  rofrhivrutioii Is dono u.-Ulldully and lhe u-lentl-  llcally purfnct degree of coldnciin Is milntilncd  to prssurve the foods und so lo .������������������i.'.tn'.jhi bijihcit,  hhtfti:?.  A MODBHH BCIriNCn.  Modern' moilleal acl<<nco, l.oth prersutlv*  and curativi), has rodticml It-iolf tj iir:.cil'-:illy  one only nfiifincn-hactfirlolriKy -with f.\t aille.l  art of proventln;,- ilUn.-iss hnnn fr���������-ni il iillii:r'..-xl^-  iiicnt in any plum tlmi. comes i:i r.inl-iie with  liiiiti'in beitiKii moro pirllcilsrly to Imay, till  human food fr������>������ from niiJ'.mre to tlmsi garmn.  Heaognlslng thhi, theCsn.ullanl'AeliioRrllvf.-iy  has worked out au olatiorato nysloin nl lii'llvlili'p.t  snrvlce, rediiclnif tbo h^nillii-/ of food to r. mic-  Itiiuuii ��������� All brond, caVun. pulry, pl.i, p-.uii:i/ii.>,  ntc.i ttrs prmparuil lu Individual (iiditt* ; In h'.a.  thla uyateni la cxtendoil lo rovir nil potiiilj  siirvlco 1 evon Un crnam, whlrh U rnmU inulir  most sanitary conditions, I'i j>: -p������red iu iTidivi-  ilusl portions, oich portion wi-.tpp^d in ai-Achl  case to prevent h^iidliug.  fITS HilSV CAUE.  On1) of ths first cares of l'.;e C.'.nadtan I'stlilo  Railway Is lu seo that ;-.il lis iinv.doyee* i'tn .ihyil-  fatly htmttliy and clean r.nd Oj <l\il nnd )t lin  been dseinnd eipadient ti estihlijli n, elniti  of ho ni oj lor thu dining and slcnplUK cu.,- m^u  ovor tha entire continent. 'i"���������a (J. i'. H. U tlm  only rallronil corporation today whlrh provirtM  this clots of 4iut>l:>yi:*s v/Hh fr������<> Imminent mul  bed when away from homp. At nil Isrro tj,r-  Tnln������t������ ������ni*1t t>������ IVrnit^   Wh������|.-������������   m. ,... t-  C'algary uml Vancouver th������������e dining car an-i  .l*f*rml!'     r''r     r-ir-,'7lr,--t.*.      y.r,-     V  .-i;;.'     i    i     ]'    ,  company. In CRlahllshlng this xystsiu tho  i.'iaiiA2������iii������nl hi'l one m������Jii lilji in trlr.rr, It  would ba ablo to give the gtnt.Vf.1 pulilfo the  usurance tlikt tntr eaiploj-ee luJ a phj-slcjU-s  fr������'������ from dl������*������J'e, linrausn xll er.i sufijrt������t������il  to a perlndlo medical examination, and It  wuuld lUetf tlit'ii  lie in a pillion to iuh-iah  ..h.lii. ..I.t-.      t !    .. ���������       r      -    - '    ���������  Vntler tlie eystom lliet prr-rails on tlft Ct'.U,  It ti Imposslhle for a dining or sleeping ca.*  employee to go out on a run, rs it li called,  wltho.tt first having t.������k*n a wrlh and gotten  Ills clothes newly clqtnid ������ud pteised ttti of  any cost to the employee.  Nor Is the Canadian l'iclfic Railway Inspired  hy solely business motives in this work. 'I'hn  company in not a "soull������es corporation" Im  dtilfnij wllh lt������ men. On frii nnfsry, t.ht  homes, as the Ulustretiona alll rhow, we nu  emhodlmerit of the eoiy home spirit. Ccrnfort-  aid* nnrtlti mil /-orn������rt afinnn.l. All ith ttrlmitl-  flrslty ventU������t*nt. and mtti&rtd hy ciin-ictmt  caretakers. Lihrsrlsi, fouthroortu, Incui'Hr.i  shower*, large windows anil indeed all the ad-  dtnda of the ma-Urn home ������re ptMsnt, ������n 1  overythini; is tpntUtOy clean. Thus, wh*n m  C. f. R, man U away from home he ts und-sr th*  rouoMf's c������t������, And so it comes ahout that  C. V, R, triij.loytis wav\i put ir.*Mr*1 ir,t^,t>t-  tion to report nr duly in any h>������?ii*I. If oc-  1 ui.ju fui vU-U it.Hu >;uii, Tha lbi.il'. uf *U  (His care tho as in the health ol ih������ otn;iUr������e  hv ping fi'it from th? t*rmin������t reiti.l, ln good  Imilth and iti every vuy pre(>areJl t.������ t-;t for th*  puhlle.  BHmmmUmmm ���������-.- .   "���������Wwlufcsilay the  :    C'ambepland  i������;.--q   Company.  ���������ll   1XH  tl  I hv-  |-..ltr  im*:.  ioM 'itself,,  f otli-.V  r.i its coV.itiins  opinions o  Province of' Britisli \H  ���������Columbia.        tfe  WATER RIGHTS BRANCH,  (Department of Lands,)  APPROVAL OF' ITN'DBICTAONa   OF  TUK OAMPBBLL KIVEU POWER  GOUrANY,  UM1TBD  ,**  ED?!  V.   6MIM0,   ]������38;  NOTICE  Whero&i   th& Campbell   Hi ver Fo������'e  O.mpany, Limited, lioieinafter called tlis |."^  Company, is a coinpanv inooriiovuted und--1 p  1  "TCK   TO TAICI! AND  W.UT.R.  . .-'if, fjivft-i  that Kwjtii-  ..  Hailrtny, < I   Yielorin,  a bci v. ��������� lo tnko -md  .. .,-   ������... r ".', h'niis, (.f water  ���������! i -h  nvs  IM  ���������   i  ������������������   tln'i.r.^'i   Nowftaatlt  ;;. : .iii.lo Strmisof Geor-  vo t   (h'v li;;;  Qiut!ii-um  ���������. --.-:.>������������������ vi 1 hn div.iu-d nt '.'900-  ������������������   -,.-\.lx..y an! v ill boused  i,,,.������������������,)' i*.i p..a-.-.-,on thn laid  .- ..:;-A-.y Uivli: r,f '.V-y.   Thi -  .���������ftt-.-.I m i ts.i Krcvi-iti on   the  nl. I'.MIi      Thi.' npj'l cation  in tho. '.>ir>yo i (  tl-.i: Wati-r Iir ���������  ������������������ ' ji-i.-., li. ().    Ohjcir.ions may  i: iii". s;i il Whv r Recorder ������-r  >i-i'p:r.-il. r ������f Wa'ei' Right?,  ii'i Idi ���������,'-, Vicr.. ri t ii. V-  er tho '���������Companies.* Act,* lt>9". and ;3 em-  powviod, ������ho������!!' othor iliii.gs by its  Mcrrr- yandii of Association.  "To apply for and obtain nndor the prc-  vibioiifj ol thu Watsr Aot or lo   purcha o  oro'.horwiiw acquire wntcr recoids or wa>  M  ter licenses" and |������  "To construct or operate woiks for the  supply or utili'/.iliou of warir \i������d������.r tbe  iii Wator Act."  "Ami wben.ft.s tho s-u'd Uunpnny r.n  tho'JUh Juno, 1140, obtained a "Wa-o-  L'cence,- uumbered 1901, niilhorixhiff the  divtTBion<if "2,700 onbio fctt ot wator pci  sovond irt,m the Campbell ltivcr for power purposes.  THIS \3 TO CEHTIfcT that the und-,  ertakiufj of tlio snid Cainpboll Hiver Power  Company, Limited, [or thn" diverbion o������  2,700 onbio feet of water pur socov.d from  tho Campbell llivpr for tho i:euerat!on of  power and for ibe side, barter, aud ex-  tcha- ������8 of said pewor within the foliowii"  ���������,., ,ui <���������,, , n;,. a, ������.^.        '"da.eribed toiri.o.-y,   ia,,lit|f,by approved  '.Li k 'SAisStl.MA RAILWAY   sul J-ot *������ 'he-limitations of Part IX of  ---   ���������    '   .' ��������� , I'    ii. . /.ir... :..,.   ....... .  ww^n- wssMisyjiMtfwiw sjwwTtnsiiffifiiji in.asws  j iiu  Applicant  ii. il   UKASLKY  Arjft'Dt  niy 7  WATER  NOTICE  .U'-l'-KOE TO TAKE AND  USE WaTBK ���������  litf  ci  t't  ' yf'.v  ������������������-   ". 7i -;ercb.''!(.i-o-.i that Esf(ni-  i. '"i imo .R-iiUv-.y,   of Victoria,  .,-. h>; l,v ". r a, I c. uco iu tako and  ; '}���������> ^ ..j i.s y������ i- "21 hi.ui-B, of ..v.r.'cCr  ���������������������������;,(i.i i ii".);. 'viix'li ilo a-a in a nor-  ; '.:������������������;���������-':  iliro-i'fr'i   Xa.vcastle I.)is-  '.  -i^'tiea  r.iti   D eLj  Bay,  near  (,,.'   foi;- .'I'sie.WHt :> v.'dl bs diyor  -;, .W" -. ;> triMin fr.mi   Railway  ai'd  s -...���������..- i\,-. fj>-iit'i-ai  H'.hv.iy puipo-es  U.*i'l .li'sciibeit -is Uailway Right o!  T'.i.s,!! >t'iw wm  ptisvcd' on    the  i���������f."5  t'ne l"'.-d ft y  ������>f April,  1913.  ^iL(S.i.^.ai_v.all_i.i>.utll^li:i_t^8^pJIi5a,  ���������A n.tj Vv"���������tT.r li-'Coni r at Viclom, B. C.  0 -jbct'i-rr, nvy be'dl-d  \v.t.h >lw said  W:.lyr Ituco.'iier i-r *ith   ili-.i Comptiol'pr  of W tt-r KJ^hip,  P.iJuiiioiit I'nildinrs \  Vi.r(,rn. li (���������;.  ANAIMO RAILWAY  Applicant  51,  K. LEiSLKY  , -.   A Kent-  ���������lit? ������' ��������� my7  ,i>i:iiiUI--.AL't'^  WATER  "NOTICE  FOR A LlGKWOi T) TAKK AND  USR W.VL'KR.  XOi I'JU iu hcroby Kiron Hut KVjui-  malt & Nau.iiun L'nilvriy nf Vjolorin,  Pi 0. vill'. i>.-.ip y'ti:'.' i Ih!i!..i:j ti; tn'io and  ino ICO i-'.-'Oi-;,.)II ins,iwr '24 l.oun, of u.'itur  imt. of Hi: (1 o. Uitel, vr'nivb !l"W.s in n  i.nril erly diitt'tii si liinjiif,'h 1\(!rcmi L'w-  triit iwd iiiipiiun i'i'" I'liyno Sound nuar  'JVnl.'e It vtr. The -.v..t i will bo iliviri d  lit, 110' uy.'.i't-iii) fi- .iu R ul'vfiy ami \v 11 bo  ntcd for i.ltiuiiil Iliislway pnrpo.-Oi on the  i.nd (ion-.-ibcd ii-* r-i.lv/-> r.rlit ��������� I w y'!hi:i  nov?,)) waa po-iti.-d on ..i o vjruiv.d >">.i tho  ,3rd d.'.y of Aiitil, l!)!U Tii.- anpliimli.n  wilb^lil'd in t-.n i i'.'vm nl tho Watoi  ��������� li-"C������rder, Victoria, U.C. O jc-t'oi-.s intiy  lui lilrd with Ibo b:i'c\ W.it-j" HiT-urdor oi  ivi h tin I.) miptniilci- of Wivir [ii,..;l-.U  1'nrbiri.oiil K nli'ini,", Violnri., II. (!.  . JWJUIMAI.T * v: vMMM.)H.MIDWAY  Applicmt  fi. K.     MA.SlihY  Aboiit  the Wat.i" Act and to tho follbn ing -erms  ncd conditions:���������  1. Tbe en;d approval cf the ab-ivo un-  durttktrig shall bo exprfb ly c- miitional  |On.tl>8exicu tion nnd iilinf; <f a Ik)!)d||gj  with'the Comptroller of Water B glitc  The said Bond tl^all ho in the 'Eimi ol  twenty thousand do.lavs ($'20,000 00) and  ������hiU bo by the Com piny and a Saiety  Comprmy suth/Tized- by its C'h-it'or fcr  ���������h'o petformnnce of couIthcU of this kind 'i  2. Tha lerritrry -w-i'liiu   which .the'  [power gejeratod from the snid wai or may  bo sold is within a radius of one hundred \  and fifty miles irom the   power houso of  the Company.  fi. The amount cf the capit il stook o*  tho Company which ulip.ll be enbscribid  before the Company shall begin the construe ion of the work's shall be 350,000 00.  ' 4. Tne amount ������������������ of the capital'stock-of  .hcCompany whieh shall bu paid up before  tho Company sin 11 bagiu tlio construction  of' tho wuiki shall be ������50,000.00  STyJ: hl:CornlTCny"'s hu 1 Hi eg in���������t h o���������eo u--A  st uoion of .th-3 works for tho diversion of  'theBiid water and ������.>r tlo goiierntion of  [ ^he said power on or before tlie 30th day  of September, 19M, and In-fore that date  ��������� hdl obtain from the Coiiiptrollir of Water Rights, bis approval of the plana for  tho construction of the said works under  the previsions of tho Water Act and Ain-  ctiding Acts as now in forco or as may be  in forco tit the date of tuch  Appjoval of  -   i .   - ' "  Plans.   Tho plana a d spooific.itions shall  be tiled for approval on or before Slot. Auy  (.l.lidy, 101-4-.,  tt    After boginniiiR tho"cD7itru8tir>a -'  works  the  Compnny  'Anything voir want.- and whatever  ���������   t way you.- want it-.      .-��������� Below, are ai  few of things we print        "*  ���������Give, tifr & Trt^t Order: and; see  how- well. -Y01Xwiir.be pleased  ihe.  Homi-imiuinlly  to tlio Comptrt  lor Rigl.t.-i a progrccs report  7. Tho Company rditill eom>  for tha dtvuloomont  if ''''  (15,000) horse vmwnM'.i.ii '.  tual oprraiion m or '<���������-  Septtmber, 1017.  8.   The Uiuv      ��������� '���������  '  SUch fi!0 UH   ill  or biiuh i.������i-  shall i-v.b'iiii j u  roikrf.nVf m  >,t'ui v/urk'j  ihoiivuid  I'om id'iie  'iOth \b\\' of'  v ir:'.willy  ���������' 'i di'.U  .''. b) uny  y   lhe.I  fihUtiii r  IS"  1 0.11  WATER  NOTICE  FOU A blCKN'.i:; iu TAKK ANU  CN- W A'I I'.il  NOTICK it  hr-il-y  ;.'1mh  Hi t   litiyb  aid. k Ktin;ii n i r'.vi.v/iy. td Vuiti ri*,  ll. <'. ������'ill .'ipi'iy f >t >i I ���������������"��������� (o tn tulvii utid  lii������ |'l),00!l irill 'I.i pi'i '.M  Imui", of witrtri out .h . >ic  nui n' llov ������"r> 'k, wlit'i b ty-'HV in n i" -\b- j .,,,,,' . .J  i<iiy  ������iiii'i'n!j   lhniii,;li   ''������nii:<   I'ii '��������� .ii ' <.,  itMil  "iiH'l im  lid i  Cdji' % II i.hour,   una  '���������  T,u't. Hi'.'-.   T:iu wntcr -nil  b������ iltn r.-.i ,  ut .'.''A ' i p irr.niN I 'mn ]l,,ii.\:iy ������a\   v-i,l J  |j ��������� in il fi.i '���������i'iUmiI   I' .i a y | it y������-i ��������� :��������� out  Ihilniiii  df frlj i1 .is lin-: viij- l!itht oii''  hi,},  t ;-   ....   : 1   - "  '  ������i t, ih,  ..,!.'     "   '   ' ,     '   .';.!'.'.     '    .  The ..p,''!*; liii'ii .'ill!*   J';!' 1   iilhc   i ll!.''  it ti.< ',v-i-' '.: t-i't,-- -.-. Vi-t.iii. it c  O j I! jwliH    llllll b:    Hi d    ���������.-,. h llu:    i'lill  Wat r it-i'iiiihr (i'  <��������� i'ii ;li ���������   C i|.)d ;, lot  A  IVi'i'i   i:i,;ii'H,  1'jil11 11 h.,   i.in ^ ,  Virt'.ii.i. i*A'.  V.SQUly.ALT k N'^N MMfillA'I.W.W  Aiiplt' u>  u. i;. ISK.WI.MV  . ���������������������������'.  future icj.1 ���������  9. A-  Minlsio  luvc fr. ���������������������������  Lr i-,i-.o{)ii"i '������������������  Of    IlllCf'l'.i..  Ihoreof i-i di i.. .- ' " -  nnd h-pno'fioiit���������������  10. Tlio light ���������-'   .  Crown I,������mii���������..f ���������'.   "  exeroisud until n>   "���������  di r.a provi'ii.i'. bH  Aot und th- 'l,:'.:i:  11. Tlu- '.,'.1 i.. -  on privalu l.i> il "i"' :  (jupt the pwtii msi-j.u '  I'btbiiioti or t io pi i-  of tho nail' ti ! tiiu .i hi  Iii.   Thn rit;.-i ������������   .  nlm-.jt av i ..novis ji'.i'jv yn >������������������ .ill n't ln> en  arnised f'uspt ��������� n\i   -m-n-i.union  nf Hit  1 ''������������������ '  iirki',   -ii"  if   nild  ,ti ''l tin i i'. iin'ity, with  .'),���������        "b   'imicjil   of thu  ud ,is- p-iivld.  . ;���������:������������������;   '.VOli'.R  .i" -..li.'i,lV  'I  ..iit''\;ion  > :ho i)l.ms  Ml-.'    tO.  i^,- wo. IvS on  .Li'iM not bo  ���������I .-'-.��������� '-.��������� it uhlitin  ���������' ��������� -''.-j iiiiid  i.i .'...i fAor.  i -a ���������{'���������,;< \s.irUn  ii i, ;.'.i.icistd do  im -)'i. liii' bus Vioen  ���������.., ..t   I'.ut XIII  :. ,-jl.   .li'-.dWlth.  i.'.-l-'-ciinK Wrhii  itKUivsrV"..i si.-mA'xtyrjcaiu.ianpgjraajcggi iMst������m-su j ��������� m iiwisbwt-w  LKTTIilUHEADS-   "  mid, heads'  KNVELOl'E      '  TAMPH LISTS  ;'    CATALOGUES  MENUS  lU.OTTKliS  DODGERS  POSTERS  SHIPPING TAGS  " VISlTlNCi CAItDS  P.USLNESS GAUDS  WEDDING STATIONARY  HALL PROGRAMMES_.  ETC, ETC.,  ETC..  ������������������������Kir-������r������  , wtme-tJimmmM  Minitlfir ft ^"ll.1 u  hilthwnyH iv-  Mil  l'-   '  ���������i   ,-'   't| o  .A  ���������>:���������)  of  h  j. -  'Ti-'iW/s-WW^'Wi''*!"  S93SSBS?  .���������i><'hit.-'-,,. ^'t^Otili.'n'.  I -  AilV&i/  i". ���������  V  iVu;; *  \,''\\7  Goofa'A OvilM Urn* Con.v:>',  -���������%^��������� Th > tr o.i't' l:"> T. ���������' -.  ���������#>"������ .  ���������VCj.fvtP-    i. ..  a'- "ini 1.U.UIU     y\  :;r������\.ui.i-.iici.i i   c'  war  .*-.,-n:ti>-     j. >.    u- ������������������  >n:ij   i-ii/.-mi    :   y.,^  f^M^'X-i-riyi^yy y .,..  "M^.y: -xyYAi " "'  ���������    A\,    v   ,  " t     ^'  ���������������������������'������������������: ���������r.v>,v  .- '������������������.'..-.-Wi  ���������y.ty^fy-  ��������� i  ti  ��������� OT  "���������  :tyl ������.-v  iin-j-i  l   *���������;���������.   '���������  W-  Dunsmaif flvenoe  AJY  mYYA  Cumberland, B. C.  ;*. it, . '���������  l-f Wl/,!*.']  ���������IT OR Itf  I*    '!'/Vf r    ''���������' i ���������������"���������������������������  tzia2&m&smx&tzimtt*?.SaW&i^^  H  B K.V  ".-���������.. r.   '" "NOTICE v7- - "'    ,  Vancouver Land District:  District of Vancouver.  . TAKE NOTICE*ih:it.I,  George  Vordier of Campbell River,   occupation, Cruiser,   intends   to apply  for permission to purcha?eUhe, fJl{  lowing described lands:--Comrneri  cing at a'post planted.at.lhe N.E-.  corner   of .Timber   Limit  43U6,  thence west 80 cliaiiiB.HhenoeNorth  20 chains, thence "east .80'.cha.ius,'  Ui the shore lino, thence ,south  20  chuns moro or less along, thp-shore  line to the place of beginning.'".  GEORGE VERDIER,.   .  Name of Applicant  Date,'February 26th, 1913   ,  NOTICE  "     Sny ward Land Distriot.  District of  Saywnrd...  TAKE   NOTICE   ihat    Justin  Djrr of upper Vuldcz Island, occupation farmer, inteiidfj to apply for  permission to'purchase the following do-criliid lands :  Commencing  at a jhijI pli.nted  10 chains east ot  Hyacinth   Lake   and "  10   chains  couth of N. W._ corner, of J. D.lpre  emptiiin. thence 10 chains weft  to  ..lake, thence in a south-easterly dir  fiction, 10 chuine along  t!l;eN shore  oi the lake to the intersection of J '  D. line, thence north 10 chains  to  point of commenceiufcut, containing in all five acras more or less.  JUSTIN DORR/  Namo of Applicant in full  Date, March 8th, 1913        '   .  Union Steamship Co. of B  '-- THE S.S. COWICHAN WILL SAIL. AS UNDER   -  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  -, Leave Vancouver, Monday, at X pi m.  '.'.''���������: . Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p, m.  ,.-  -Arrive Union Bay,'Tuesday 0 a. m.       Leave Tuesday noon. '"  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a.'m.     LeavoTiiHs.lay, 11 a. in,   '  Leave Nanaimo 0 p. inv;Tuesdiiy,;r Arrive. Vancouver y.30 p.m.   .  Leaye.Vaucouver Saturday 8 p.m;; Arrive  Nanaimo,  , n. 30 p. in  Arnve Union Bay,5 Suiiday.6 a .-m: Depart c p. m.  Arrive Comox, Suuday.,8a.nil Depart 4.p.m. '  _���������.'Subject to change without notice; ; ,   -. *-  LAND.^EGlSTllY ACT.     '  In thk-MAWKfl (;f anvapplication for a fresh Certificate of Title  to Lot 54, [Map 811] Town aim of  Courtenay.  NOTICE.is hereby, sicen of my  intention at the expiration of one  calendar.mouth from tho first pul>-  lication hereof to ismie a fresh Certificate of-Title in.lieu of theCt-ni-  fieate ni', ..Title it-towi to Joseph  McPhee buUhe SQ.h'qf March 1905,  and-numliered 109900 which has  been lost.     ',.'"-.. .- - <   , ���������  Dated at Laud Registry. Ofiioo  Victoria, li. .0.,. this 21st day of  'D seemlier 1012.  '  S . Y. WObTfON. '  .   Registrar General of Titles.  ^^���������prwssMssiisssirr������iT������niTKwrag.i ���������winuiamwu.w* n.ivmi A*Mjmn.\  The Courtenay Hotel  Eviry convenience for guests.  ��������� Tho Coutial Hotel for Sportsmen  Mono, but the liest of Wines and Liquors  at tlie Har.   -.''''  rtATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  m ummiriu nn  ���������a  0  0  a  ii  <  T3  O  O  English 4 x BUItTOBf always on tap     aUo, the famous MILWAUKEE  .    BEKItS���������Anhenser, Buheinian, Schltz, 4o.       "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds  The ESoardtug and Lodging Department, under tiio immediate superintendence  will hj iou:.d First class in every respect; .  ATE8,  mwa&������������imm%2Z5������!%g?  jpi 00 per day upw      s  ^a-w^v������!asrtt^H������^v������'t-<a:;i??!i������>  ofier   3'ou   a safe  and ..sound    investment   with a  'good return on ycur money as well as an enhanc-  /  ed value  from" now on.   '  , A Company with   No Promotion" Shares,  'A Company with it},   own fiscal, agency.  A Company   that will look solely to  the wellfare '  of its shareholders.     Shares are now selling at $i  for all   cash,   or    on   the.  easy   instalment   plan.  Call op send fot* a Prospectus to-day  Brewers' Dried Grains  Better; Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors NANAIMO, B. C.  ��������� mn rn ' !������������������ ��������� ���������inJMii>  SW^*^iA-������I.J������^fe.^W������Vdrr.T4������-'r-XiaA..i������.-Br������-V������  /���������  e*^������iM������w^JWHi>������-  The  "Mercantile-. General:.' Agency;..-  Ltd.  " Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Go., Ltd*  '   . Head .offices:  207, 208, 209 Uuiou Bank' Building. Corner View aud Gov't.,  Streets,  Victoria. B. Q;  s  si  Ut  i���������*t  CD  GO  in  4m  c  ml  a  CD  -a  c  ,03  ��������� m*  Ui  V)  t ������-t  a  .6  o  U  rt  ���������J-J  tn  W  ��������� i  ft  CL)  If)  r  oa  <  ,c  u  rt  *+*  w  u  O  ^   \JL  i'houe,3"243  "GeoTT^'iyDoiri-i\ran3g3ijg~"rjirector;  a  We Build Homes and Make -Loans."-  ������������������������������������������&������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ *)������^������������e������������������^������������������������^������������������������������������������ $������������^������������������������������������''i&������������<??������������(^<$$  ta**u%trMvwr*.injt'M  NOTIOK.  t  To whom it mny concern:���������  Thia i������ to notify the public  that all freight charges on bonded goods denied at Union Bay  for the Comox Valley must be  paid before #oodfl c������n 1>e lorward  i:n.  .1;   >aiv.^.i  Cauadian Collieries Dunsmuir]  Co,  Thi  Orc.it   /..V'.A    btinrrtti.  ' Tt,tiu.nn.t invI|ioiviu>sU)gw)ii)Hi  .���������   , .^.iiorvtwm ������.vt.(nni.  Ju-'iUw   iiuv  -7-������M������������ri,v ^ ft, 0f,{ v.'|ii". f''���������"��������������� A'-n  t������.vl Urli'Jtiit. Xlttint 1 n.i Jlrrin W^r.V.l--  axiAw'itril, .VJi'-fli WtaltnfM. liuttn.nott, ������;.<���������<  liutlorrhiM.iiiitiJ-Vi:!- v/.lbti.'f.of /'.r/^'ttu  JYJho tl pvr\i>x..ix.t' rKi.  One wliiplmiw.r.)  x\HI uun'.  K0I1I tv.nll Atviasi-tt* or tn illul tn  p'.dn |������'*4?. oj Xf'tb ��������� ot vnUc,  At.n )i,iii."\ltl  titii^ci/iif, -fimMowi MciJtoino c������.  fc4.-,4,vV U *i������xrt TiViint'V,t*'������t'  Say.winl Lnnd  Diiti-ict.  Duliiat if Snw mil.  TAKRFOTICK tint Cli.-ule.i I'umy uf  ViiuiMnvor, II. C; oucnjiiiti iii ci������)tnia:<!r,  iiitt-iuli to up^ly fij pm niimi.in tn \;ur-  olj-'H iliojfullowjnf," j| lioFC.lbMl lmi:l<i���������  Comineiioiin! nt   11   Jio-t   plil>ilc-<J   lit   Ui';  "1 mill OWI (Vtrili'l i)f   ]')l f)1H, lh'i- t'- Wl>S������  ���������Ifi clmiliD, tlu'iifl.) hoiuIi HO cli u������i������, ilu-r.ei'  ''Hht-JOclinlim, lii^ici n������r Ij Si n''iiiiiH to  I'Uillt fit 00ll|:>ii|U'i:UiOUt wiitiini u J^-J  U'.T''* IllOri!    <il   l������'l),  fiiAi'Xi:>'. I'ussv  Brains and the printing presses IUc<1 Ju,"J^lMlJI^l.l"^  i    O. H TARBELL     $  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Make the millions think,  snyward Land Disiiiot.  Disij-icfc cf Sayward.  TAKlvNOl'ICE that-.tfearge Stuck?, of  Ni'V York, t>. V., n(?uupiitini]   cnginci-r,  iulfind������ to''epply fc'r 1 oririisbinii to pnr.  7u;.BO   thfl   following   den;! ib..d Inn:ifl; ���������  Comvno .ring nt a j>o*l p'anied 20 clmiiu  siiiith ol' Uiu nortli'if.ist coruer of lot OoJ,  tl.en.i������ uaet 20 ch'iii.H, lln'iica north  40  fihiiiim, thcr-Go   ve������t  20  phijti',   thonue  aou'.li 40. ohitiiiH lo po-nt of con.racncd-  111 .nt youl.ain'ng HO an'tn Hi--.ro or ]en������.  ''    GKJHGB STUCKB  Firhci- M.'uGiihkinH, A^cnt.  Uutn JimelOlli, Jillii.  Sayward Laud Diet int.  Uifltiiot of Siywaid.  TAKENOI'IuE ihit Ooorgo  Ch-ii'Ies  Stoii1, i.( Nuw   \\i\b, N. Y.,   occup.tinii  ulork. lutcnda tu app'y tor p������rn)iflnio:>   to  purulmso Uio foi aw'u'ii doicii'iml lundis!���������  C'oilllUOIIOillg lit ll P'lHt  pill ll'rd   40  oli.iinu  wot ui.d 20 oliuiiiB norih 11 ihu uoitli oust  com i r nf lot 551, llnucy cunt -10 ih-ilnfi,  (h-M.0..'. tcutli 20 dmnt t|mi:������o v.fut 40  i.lilili-.H, tu r c n 1-,h 'J.D o\inim to loiuto  ci'jmnoncninoiit coutiiii.il j< b0m;r'.M moro  i'i" !o.������.  OKUHGK CJIAULIW srONB  Vinlur M. tLiHitins, A������o.t.  DiiUj ,hmo 11).Ii, 1'Jl'J.  Sjiy\vard,Ltu-d DiBtritl.  Di'tiict of Siywanl.  TAKE, NOTICK Hlii-t   II.wry   Alfred  Ilo b, of No* York, New l'ork, OiCiipiiti-  ouI'lectriciaij, iiitencs to npply fwp'runs  gion to punuisiioi) to purohutc i-'n* Fot^o-v-  h'.g deHcrihcd land!-:���������('ouimiMicin-! ������t 0  pcbl plunlcii ill. tho uoiiili oi-.fio tufl'iwr of  tlie nov.li vos1; q'mrtcr of l"t b83, tluniit  40 (ihuinR flUHt, tlience 40 cIiaiiis poi-II),  tlieiico'10 chains>o t, theno) 40  di'iiu*  south top inti-f coraot".iyoi)iDQ(^!i)-i...iii-  ing llSOucrea 11.010 ������-r 1 su.  1'Ienkv Aiintr.ii JJuaa  F.Hlier M. Chskinj, Agent.  l.)������ti'dJmio24tii, 11)12.  .SsywiTil I.r d District.  Uistr ct ol Sajwaul.  TAKE NOTICK tlint Wlllintn John  iiullivrn, Now Y.irk, N..Y., oocopnt'on  clorlf, iiitondfi to npply for pcniii-Hiou to  purchnee tho folioii-inj; tlio following dis-  orib.d laticlai���������t'oinit.o'.cif jf ht a pevd  pliutod 10 oliiihin uni.t'i from Mifl iiouth-  e-int f01 nor <^f ha 070 (on pom 571) tlionoo  iifftli SO ch.'iiua, iliMico viva* SO oliiiiu^,  tiiusco fl.iutli SO ehi-iis, tliiM'.-i* wett SO  chllini, *0   point  ot o'l iH'i.'rioijijivut  con-  tui..|ii|{ OK) lc cu 111 <ro or leas,  AVILUAM JOHN SUJ.UVAN  iwolior M, Uiwkiii!', Agent.  D.ito Juno 2Ut. Ifll'J,  ij.ijwurd Lm.d Dictiiot. '  Ui-.lisv'tof S'yv.'urd.  TAKE NOTKE thut JoUi'Ar hur Daly,  i.f Now Yoik, New Yoik, iceii,o:it,i:<u o-lcrk  intoifl*. to npiijy for, pcrmhsioii to pur  i:hii-'<' Uio following deHvsil'jsii Jiuicb:-���������  Con:nie������cii!g at a po t phutid at Uie  Kon'li-edst corner of Leh<u.4C, thence  couth 80 v:lnii'i>, ihciico vt-it 80 cdiiriud,  thenco not Ih SOc'ot.ii^, thdio'.' (\wt H.Q  ohiiir-H to poi. t of ooLiiQuiOi-iiltnt cautuia  ing 010 soie? uicuo "r lekii,  ,!UUN AliTIJUll DAI-,Y  F.Hher 11, O^ rItinp, Aj;enfc.  n..te.Iono Cllh, "iii12.  ���������**������<������iw#  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "Huff Said/'  C. H TARBELL  *A +*w+**i**j*,i>'a'*ri*n* 9*a-wa+i������������v������������**t������*������ t'w%t      K  if   +******mi*mm.**ma*****f*i+*-*'^+mmw<**mwmmr<*+*tt*������      ^J  i iiiuii \jiiAi/im diVAUm*)*,  And nil KIVCHhN   .UTliNSILS  t'ii)w.ir<l I/n-'d l).u(,ikt.  .1) atiiul of Sijwti'd.  TAKE NOTICE llmt WHluvi Aufuubt  lilcMliotl, <f Ni'������i' Vi;rk, N. Y,, ow>.i|.li-  tion cK'rk, iutuj Iii lo npply for p������rui'U������.oii  to purchat.w tho followliiir iK'M'riU'd  l'ludi-t'o.i.inou'iii;,' al a pout j!.Lut*d  !>:) ili.tii a 0 u' nud -10 vlnibii uoitli of tbr  lidltll- i'O-t r'lrClT of lilt fH)'.',   tllt-lUX'VUliJl  00 chrfiu morn or J.?m 1, to lot 351, ihtncy  ���������10 ohniiiH Kj'it'n u'o )��������� i..'itt bouiulnry tf  hit Wl, tl uico .-in ��������� A) uh.iiin iu iro or Ih-h  In Ioii.ui .pi, thnuo.; i,..", '10 cIiiiIdii to  loinlijf r iiiiiiioncemvr.l cont.iinlij;,' 200  iicrui inoio or ium.  ������\ji.l,lrtJl AL.|i.\Ubl XjI'^UUII  I .uni' 'A ,it.7siul,, l\p,iji.l,  Due jinn- hub, ihim  Ssjwnrd L\oft lliuti'ct.  I'l-tni-t of Miyvard.  !<������������������������, if N'j������*' YorV. S Y, ".iiu'ii'l.t'ii  kUfudii, 1 t id* to iipjiiy ft r p rj.tK.iin'  Snya'ili-.I Lima UiK'r'.ot.  L'iB'1'ict 'il ti-iywurd.  TAKE NOL'lCiii iJi-.-.t Walter Be������JoIt  D<.������t, of Now , Yurk. ICo^ Yoik  ofloupation latjoror, LiIphhIi to apply  for perii'ii:������i>n t.o (jinrcHuvn tbo fol'oi.b^  di-sc'-ihrd liwd������;���������tWuuoucii U nl ajO't  plnntod li'O i.h.iiin v.-s.t aid W eUiru  north of tlm HoulbxKjj: comer of Lmie-;  40, th<Hoc houih $0myitis, tboucrj I'swt 40  ch'duti Uionco uoi th GO ulmiua, tliv.oo  Wfrst 40 (.'liuiiiti to point of tiouim'H:Ctiuuut  cititlining 320 ncr������;'y 11mm or lout?,  WAI/1 EJt UKDIilLL KlsST  J-'if-lif1!- M, (i.irfurii., .Ajvout.  Ii.iteJunjaJl'i, 1012.  unci  General Hardware I  notk.:k  Auy pt������Paon or ponwuu, cult 111^5,  iviiHiviug or t������kiii|j;   auy   bluckv#  timber <;r wood, of any dtMBriptiwdn  julaiigiDfr to On-.  Wsllitigto:) Qoh  ih'YV (Vv-. or from or off tli6 hmc'  a. *      I  of tlu: mi id Coiiiiiuuy, or unyowc  tipjiing rubbish of vd\y description  unywliwc upon Uie company'*  ItiiJ will lit" jiroiiociitoil to tbo fuU  lUk'Ilt of tlio IflW.  w i, com.soN,  Uooera] Alutnt^or,  Co lllery Co,y,  At    '��������� 1 ,  ll'dii'f: ow \w   i.ji''ivci������ !':vl   r.11,'  t' ]>' rt'll.ii" I In, fn 'I ���������������������������AtHjj Jfc.oritol Uuftr.        ��������� '  ('ouipiii'V hy at.y Pi'i-fon or yr.  ioiu -e*������.tpt lain ������!!cw---iki Hiriully  |)ni'u',: III."*.      lAl'liiW ft    'li;    *u\*  Sportsmens Goods | lYZY^Ju^VJJX  O -1 I:'1  . I>t    '������ 1   l.Tiili;i.i    till' r. I  \ ',1'on't, SUUii-, Mi'ji".". i'.st  20 ih i������i t<^ \{���������. \.\ t',imi,\t'n\ f<������-i ilovvit);:   (!it'ii������  ' !! ��������� ,1   lit  ���������int ittuii' 411 j  A\WW*9^1/������������4.'''f������,������lVViJ  hfitf*ti������31  nn  t< ot J-  1 HAI.'LKx ilt.M!", ];)X7  il    ',.U.  A:  1-V O.'VUT  '7.'mil':! 1^ y\t"*',*'*T.  lv.. t,jtfrf'U.&%,n  fi^^^vV^-'*'^^^^  -Oat of  Your-  is Cloggy  TKrI'b Why You're Tired-  Borts���������Have no Appetite.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will put you right  in a few days.  Tlicy do  llieir duty.  Cure  Constipation,  Biliousness, Indigestion, and Sidt Headache.  Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.  Genuine murtbew Signature  WflrWWiWW1  9iiaK  WATtHChOOl-'   COLLAHS   AND   CUl-Vii  Soiiu'tliliu;   better   tliun   linen   and   no  laundry bills.      "Wash It   with  soap and  Water.     Al! hIoi-ch or direct. Stato style  and  h'vio.      For  2Sc.   wo  will  mail  you.  THE    ARLINGTON    CO.    OF   CANADA.  Limited  53  Frascr Avenue,  Toronto,'Ontario  .WANTED aFonce  Ft-i-sons to work for ua  in spam lime al home. No experience  requti-cd 'with our NEW ART COLORING PROCESS Knsy ond fasoinntins'  ivnrlt. lV>od pay. No cam asslng. Write  for insiruclioiiH  ffrec-1.  COMMERCIAL   ART   STUDIO,  315 College Street. Toronto, Canada.  REST AHD HEALTH TO MOTHER AHD CHILD.  Mns.WiN3t.o\v's Soothing Syrup lias been  fued Jorover SIXTY YEARS !>y MILLIONS of  MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE  TKUTHINO, with PKltl'ECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS,  ALLAYS nil PAIN ; CUKES WIND COLIC, and  in tlie best remedy for DIARRI1CK.V. It is absolutely lianuleK.t. lie. sure and ask for ;��������� Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," ancl tuke no othes  kind..  Xweiitj'-fivc ccriis a bottle. ���������  - Dwarfs  - I" (he fresco' of the 'Vision of-tho  Cross"-'In 'ihe Cdnstantiiilari room of  Raphael's Stanze at the Vatican, one  cf tlu figures is a sirango one to find  iu the representation of such a solemn  subject, lt is a Very small dwarf,  wearing-air enormous golden helmet  that would be more' suitable lo a  giant. To the modern mind this'grotesque figure seems a jarring note in  a "stately composition, bii't there ia  no doubt that Raphael, who- designed  the picture was justified by history in  introducing him, for it is linown tliat  Co'nstantlne was a connoisseur, .in  dwarfs' and liad one ot-who'm he was  no higher than a partridge.   ���������'.'  ThUf curious taste'for dwarfs dates  from early times; in the days of the  empire, from Augustus onwards, no  man of fashion felt his establishments j  complete without at least one; their I  drolleries and antics were found amusing and tlipy were sometimes allowed  liberties denied to others; the Emperor Tiberi'iis for instance., would allow  his dwarf to tell, him truths that he  would submit to from no other. One  of the spectacles with which Domilian  regaled the people In the circus was  a battle of dwarfs.  Through the Middle Ages and the  Renaissance; the fashion of having  these unfortunate creatures attached  lo courts and the establishments of  the great continued r~Everyone knows'  how in the palace of Mantua, built for  Isabella D'Est.o, there is a suite of  rooms for these tiny retainers, with  doors suitable'only for their passage,  and in the pictures of Veronese, Man-  tegna, Valasquez, and almost all the  great painters of the Renaissance we  find them portrayed. The dwarf who  served as model, for Raphael in. the  Constantinc fresco belonged' to the  pope and rivaled that of Constantino  In size or rather in the lack of it.  FREE TO Ml SUFFERERS.  II yuii(eel'OUT OP SOKTS"KONUOWI<.'or"(������OTTllK BLUES'  SUFFER (rom KIDNKV, BLADDER; KKKVOL'S DISEASES,  CHH.1NICWKAKNFSSa5.ULCEkS.SKiN K.RUP IIO:i3. PILES,  wilts-lorray, FREK book.   TUB MOST  INSTRUCTIVE  MKOICM. HOOK F.VIIH.WKITTKK.ITTF-.L'I.S AM.about theSS  -nisKASF.s' nnd tho KKHMtKABi.KdntKS f.fkkcted bt  THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. Nol. No2. N.3.  TH ERAPION#r������������2,'  U Ii'i the romvily [or YOUR OWN ailment. Don't send 1 cent.  AbiolutelrFREE. r;o'(ollowup'clrqilars, 'Dr.LeClero .  UCO.CO, HAVERSTOCKKO, llAHI'S I 2AO, LONDON,EHO,  Knew His Ground  You sny this man is no chicken  stealer? inquired the jadge.  Yassuli, replied Mr. Erastus Pink-  ley.     Da's what I said.  What do you know about the facts  in this case?  I isn't s'posed to know nuiliu 'bout  fucks In de case. I is an expert witness fob de defence.  To Expand the Currency  lie had just given her a cheque for  her first monthly allowance.  ��������� 1 think, she said coyly, 1 shall have  this cheque photographed.  To preserve as a memento? he asked.  No; so I can have it enlarged.  had,  word  . Five  . Old  as ������  Robert, dear, how do you suppose  these dozens of empty bottles ever goi  into our cellar? Why, I don't know  my. dear.. ��������� 1 never bought an empty  bottle in my life.'     '���������   .. -.    ��������� ���������  EXCELSTOR   LIFE"1NS: ~ CO.'  Tnro**nTfi><'  US')  A������s*t������ Nearly  f3.'50V>13.33  Absolute Secnr.'l/  LtWa! Profit*1 '  T'i,- new ".jcceYtar i>oicy contf acinar*triebs������! for protection,  nv*#lm?nt or to provide fundi (nr tiquidalinii mo:tGa������?s������ etc.  Money to Lota  YWanciei fo; n������rntt giving cither *y,Iri������ or ipsic tim**  Apply ��������� e'tSer   to Prov:nc'a' Olfi:*������if VYinmper, Edmonton,  Saaka'jooT.Yancjiivpr orto Hedvl OH:c*,.Voronto  Try Murine   Eye  Remedy  If you have Red, Weak, "Watery Eyes  or Granulated Eyelids. Doesn't Smart  ���������Soothes Eye Pain, Druggists Sell  Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c.  Muriin, Eye .Salve in Aseptic Tubes,  25c, ��������� SOc.    Eye  Books   Free  by  Mail.  An Ey������ Tonic Good for All Eyas that Heart Oar*  Murine  ttyn  Romody  Co.,  Chicago  ���������Youug Raymond had' been busy all  of.'the ' afternoon with his little pail.  an-Ushovel on the beach'. - Bedtime  came, and wearily he stood while his  mother undressed him. Then pray-j  era were next in order, and -by-that.'  time he was almost in the land of  nod. '���������-.-'  Now, bo a gooij boy, dear, and say.'  your pray.-rs.' Thank-God for'all His  goodness to yoii.    li is hear1. had fallen on her .shoulder.      Raymond, she  said  sternly, as  she  shook him,'.you  cannot go .to bed,until .you have thanked God for His blessings;, for., giving j  you,a.nice, co-.ifortable home, and,'a!  lovely.beach to".play on",.and a mother j  to lovo  you.   .Think  ot the  number i  -of-JiL-Ua-bo-y-S-tQinght who are hungry j    pnn  and without'a -home   "and    no   nicer" "*     "'-"  . .T. Pierpont Morgan was always a'|  silent man, and he would sometimes!  champion the silent, with a story,       |  Old John Bates, an upholsttrer, so'  the   '-lory   began,  was  renowned  forj  his siienee.      Teople who had  been  his  customers for a  generation  many of them,  never heard a  from him except: Good morning,  dollars.    Thank.you.    Good-day  John, in fact, cultivated silence  genius cultivates his art.  ��������� -A patron one day said to John.  What's the best kind of mattress?-  Hair, was the reply.  - The patron, some twenty years later  had occasion to buy another mattress,  and again he asked:     .   .  ''What's the best kind, John'?  Cotton. , -  Cotton? the patron ,t:riert. Why  you-,told me- twenty" years ago that  hair was the best.    - ' ,      ,..'  The old man gave i. quaint sigh.  T'>i'-'''is f:as aiwa'ya'o: en iny ruiti,  he" said- - , . ,- ���������  Proof Enough  Young.Wife���������How 'do I know you  still love me?  Young Huh���������I stayed home from a  ball game to take you to a basket picnic. ' ' '  Minard's Liniment Cures Cold.-;,  Etc.  clothes to wear, and���������   ���������      ������������������'���������-.  Here Raymond's "interest became  roused sufficiently to protest sleepily.;  Mother, I think, them's. the -'fellers  that ort to do" the praying. ;     , ;  lie entered the Meteorological Service Oflice and said abruptly: This  ,'ere's where you give out weather  predictions,-ain't it." ���������   '  ; The cleric nodded:"/  Well, continued the old . man, I  thought as. how. I could come up an'  give you some tips.-   , ���������>        '        ���������   ���������-  Yes,' said tl,i; clerk,'politely. _  .  Yes;,-I've figured.on a little, and I  find that ye ain't, always-right.,.  No. 'We sometimes"���������- raake mis-  lakes.  vou1.'ilo     We  al.l_d_o_'s6me-  times.     Now, I was thinkiug as- how-  Turkey's Hope In its Women  In the education of Turkish' women,  Kfiys a Turkish correspondent of lho  ���������Ikiluin,' of Constantinople, lies tho  hope of rehabilitating tho decadent  (1 tinman Empire. Ho advises lho  women th(-iinsulvi's lo begin in the  work. Ilon'l. lot litem wall for tho  men to do this or Unit for Ihem; let  Mioin uiitlii'tako Homo organization  Ihemselvi-.-s, however smnll. Tho men  ).o nays are unmoved amidst tholr oal-  ? mil ins; the women uiidersliiiiii (he  irntli of Uie ; '..nation beiicr, <���������  A good siory is told of two doctors,  who mot for tho-nrst time at a reception. Both were famous/though each  adopied a different system of trca'i-  ment.' Said the one,"loftily, as he,  shook the other by the hand; -. I am  glad io meet you as a gentleman.'sir,  though I can't admit that .vou are a  physician. And I, said the other,  smiling faintly, am glad lo meet you  as n physician, though I can't admit  you are a gentleman.  a line that used to be on the auction  handbill down in onr country might  save you a lot of explaining.  What was the line?  Wind and weather permitting,.  lie-went out without waiting to say  ��������� :od-hye.  With a bright and breezy air, the  commercial traveller entered tin? grocer's shop, opened his bag, spread his  samples on the counter, nnd smiled  expectantly. The grocer wns in no  mood for travellers; with n nweep of  his hand he threw ihe articles into  the street, and hurled their owner  Picking himself and his  of the mud, the traveller  lolling apart, ho  said,  after them  goods out  re-entered.  whnt. rihoti  Iheao sampled  Mow old are you? said ihe young  t i('lior lo the new child, Six yarn  u:iil one niiiiif. And how old do you  tliinl; I inn, dour? again qivrlcd the  teacher. ' Don'i know, nils-i, I ecu  only fount up to fifty."  Tiacli.'i--\Vh.'il I.s the il-iiyatu'^.o*  Uie word lunatic-? ���������,  I'mill���������Eiiim. the moon, >n nd--or���������or  ���������iiHlv. .the uppcv Mory,  ��������� A Canadian womnn wauled to show  her Chinese servant the correct way  lo announce, visitors, and one afternoon went outside her.front door, rang  tlie bell, and made lhe man usher her  Into the ili'iiwlng-room. The following afternoon the"boll rang and, nol.  hearing him answer It, alio went to  Uie door herself. To l.er surprise he  wns standing waiting outside, Why,  Sin;;, she nsked, wlm I  nro you  doing  Miller's Worm Powders aro a prompt  relief from .the attacks of worms-in  children. They are ^powerful in their  action and, while leaving nothing to  be desired as a worm expellant, have  an Invigorating effect upon the 3routh-  ful system, remedying fever, biliousness, loss of appetite, sleeplessness,  and other ailments that, follow disorders caused by worms' in the stomach and bowels,  THE DANGER  OF ANAEMIA  Consumption May  Follow Unless  Its Ravages Are Checked  There is danger' to every girl and  every woman who falls a, victim, to  anaemia���������thai is heedlessness. They  become listless,^ feel" too" weak, too  wretched and too hopeless to take  prompt-steps to stop the trouble. Too  often, through neglect, they drift into  a worse condition, forgetting that anaemia frequently leads on to consumption. ' If you are anaemic in the least  decree you should lose no time In beginning treatment, to increase and en-  enrich the blood supply. ,To do this  there is no other medlcine'so good'as  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.' ' Every doso  helps make-rich,-' red --'blood,- which  drives out -disease and brin~s again  the bloom'of C.e'alth" to pale and'sallow  cheeks. There are thousands.of women and growing girls in Canada who  owe tlieir present good health to the  timely use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Among those who have been restored  to health, by this great medicine' is  Miss Rose Neville, Mount Forest, Ont.',  who says:'."Dr.-.Williams' Pink Pills  performed almost a" miracle iii".. my  c; io. 1 was a victim of anaemia, in  what my friends considered a danger-,  ous form. . 1 was very pale, always  felt tired'out,. ..suffered - from severe  headaches, and had 'no "appetite. I  was taking docLor's medicine for a  long time���������in fact l tried two doctors  ���������but instead of improving I seemed to  "be~g"r"owing-worse-:���������-My-parents-wcro  at'a'loss to know what to do for me  and thought I would not recover. Then  a friend advised.Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and 1 had only taken Ihem a few  weeks when" 1 began to feel better.  This greatly encouraged me and 1 con-  lintH.'-i taking'the Pills fcr some time  longer, and found my health again  as good as ever it had been.' In fact  I am stronger than ever T was before.  I have advised the '.use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to other girls who  have found the results equally beneficial."  -Sold hy all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes for  2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Out.'  Mr. Purist���������I tell you our modern  literature is deteriorating very rapidly. Uncle 111 ram���������Well, I- guess.  You can't iead the patent-medicine ad-,  vertisements nowadays without having  them broken up by these blamed continued stories, In between.  How old are you, madam? asked  Ihe cross-examining lawyer; The woman bhtstilsd deeply and-'stammering,  blurted out: I���������1,- and slopped short.''  The'attorney looked guilty. Please,  madam,-quickly, he urged in a gentle  kindly voice;- it's getting worse every  minute. &  here?  fooler  You foolee me yoslonlay  .Mi'.i (o-dny.wivs his reply.  I didn't aoo niiyllilni; funny In the  iiory Unit, follow ju^i. lold. What  iiiuii-1 ynu laugh to over ItV  ilo you  l-.nmv  who hi- UV  No.       Wlm  iri li������'.'  lltX the lu ad ul' our linu.  A schoolmaster had been severely  correcting one of his boys, and finish-'  ed by saying: Now sit down and write  a lot I cr to your parents, telling them-  how much you are taught here, and  how Utile you profit therefrom. 1  should bo ashamed to tell them. The  boy cried a good deal, and then wrote:  Dear [,,alher,~l am very stupid,  though ihero in more to bo learned  hero than nny where. Twice two's  four, four boys go lo ono bed; six  bed' make one attic, and four attics  iriiiko one well ,venfilF>led and appointed sleeping dormitory. One round of  bread and butter makes ono breakfast  and every ten makes Us own supper,  This lime, nald the muster, we will���������ec  ���������overlook your conduct and you need  not koiiiI that. note. (Ilo Imd been  overlooking.).  Estate Agenl-n-Vesi. .'.lr, I can reunii-  tneiid ihu place lo ymi, No ntnlnrln;  cllilbi iiiiliiuiwii; hi ;ilthli'.U locality ia  Uv couiur)' Sli-nnKoi-'--I'iii nfriiUl  wc (-in'! do htciluciH-  I'iu'ii doefor,  Nights of Agony ooiuo In the I rain  of asthma,    Tlin   victim   cannot   lie  down  and   Kleep  Is  driven   from  his  brain.      What   grateful  relief  Is the1  Immediate, effect  of Dr.  .1.   I).   K'ell-''  ogg's   Asthma  Hemedy.    It   IkiiiIhIioh j  the fright ful conditions, clears the pas-  .-iiifiCH, ninl.i'iiulili'H ihe nl'i'iicied one lo  ni'.iiln  Aoa\) as soundly antl rest fully  nn a child.    'ii������|hI. oii lln> I'.euiilun nt  your nearby ilrunnli.i,  yoiitiK  Hi'llOOl  il to  last  hn'l ll nwlul?    Awordinn In llu- p:.  pi'rn, then, Jut'i seems to he oil" revol-  iiliiiii nfli-r another.     Vi"*.    Tlui I'm the  \s >y  111,- '.'.i.H'1'1  I'.'ie.s ro'iinl,  She   wn>:  a    prcliy  1 each nr ami wiih leadliU', ^'iiU'iier.  her class, h'tUng'thoui supply tlie  Wull!.  '|'li,������ KphliK, Klie read, Ihih o.o*, hn  CIIIHIOl ���������  Sei>,   crJi-il   llie  I I.r: < iirii  hul   It  Ilea-.'!  lliey ri  lias a iiiniiih,  11 was story telling timo In Iho first  grade, The icnclier had taken'her  plnco In front of tho class ;������.iul nuko.l:-  \Vhut would you like to hem- today','  A llitle linml Hliol up ln Ih back of  the room. Well. Hobby, whiU-nlory  do vou want.',' Please, mn'iiin toll us  ahmil the. Utile hoy who swnllmved thy  piece of rlhbo.i ami It iiiiide lilm hick  nt his idomiieli,  at his stomach,  The teacher looked niysllllrd.  by I never heard of Hint slory.  luul better lake sonii'ihlii,', else.  Hubby wnn not so easily, downed  Oil, yen, you have, teurhcr.  know li t;ays:  He ran 'o Un* window n-i i|ulek  :i 11H fill.  l-'lung up tin* ������lnill"J'.s nnd threw  the Hindi.  She was a charitable old lady of a  somewhat inquisitive turn of mind, and  she was paying a visit to a naval  hospital. Presently she came to the  bedside of a poor fellow who was one  of the'1 victims of a gun explosion. -\  My poor, fellpw, she'said,,depositing  a bunch of .grapes within his reach,  your sensatlons.'.and sufferings at the  time of the accident.-must have been  terrible. v Can you���������will you describe  them to mc? ���������   -  Well,- mum, said John stolidly, 1 do  not know as 1 can; but 1 can tell you  1 was on deck attending to my duly  with the gun. when all of a sudden  there was a most terrible row���������and  then (he nurse says: Sit up and take  this.' ���������-'. ' . ���������   '  BLADDER AND  KIDNEY TROUBLES  i  Aro caused by poisoning Impurities  .which i'.or tbo Ulilnoys; liilensn  jmJn is the result and sleepless nb;lit  follow. The patient becomes annoyed with sharp ixilns shooting through  the back and up the spine. Theso  pains otion so-violent nnd acute thai  i.ie vi'.Uim Fuffers tho Kxeatest iip.ony  and is driven almost to despair. 'Clio  refuse and Pediment which settled In  the kidneys must he removed In order to procure, relief.  SANOr,. lho Kidney Cur* is tho  only l --liable remedy which has n  combined effect of aetinj.; on the kidneys, and restoring them to their  imliir.il condition, nnd removing Kidney, Bladder and Gall Stones by dissolving snino'. lt cleanses and purities the system. stromTlhens and la-  vlc-orntcs the Kidneys, and encourages proper nitration., lt relievos the'  ' pain and Klves strength and energy  to (he uodv. Prlco $1.00 per hot-  lie..  Literal uro "free  from  the    SANOI.  :'" N [JFAC i U lil NO     COM PA N Y . ot  .CANADA, "-1.TD.7WINNIPEG.  MAN.  Now, here'is oa showcase., said the  dealer, .pointing'3 to a peculiar-looking  specimen of his wares, that is bound  to become popular. -. It i -gullies  everylhing'ihat is put in it to double  its natural,, slice. . Can't use it-in my  business, replied' the prospective customer. What-I want Is a'case that  will seemingly reduce the. actual size  Qf_its-aontents_fulIv_on.e--JialL_- What  is your line? asked the dealer. Ay  speciality is ladies' shoes, replied the  other,' witli a suppressed grin,'  airy recruit  the    worst  My dear; snid the couseltmt.ous wife,  how can you make such statements?  What's wrong now? asked the mini.  Before the children you told Mr. .and  Mrs. Sayso, thai wlien your grandfather got a cold in his chest he would  cough si> hard that his Imlr fell off,  Now, whal sort of regard for truth  will our children have ir they hear  'heir father idling sueli������������������- Hul dldu't  yoii know my grandfather wore n wig?  ��������� Hullo, Bill, how precious white you  look this morning! exelnlinoil a facetious cabby, addressing a brolher-whlp  v, liu had suddenly achieved notorle':,'  !>.i slsnlns.tho pledge. Whatever  d.ado you go and turn yourself int.)  a wiiierhutl?  'Cos 1 kuow'd T ohnuliJ ho bot lor able  io hold Uie rein! was I lie ourt hut  conclusive reply. i.  Hob-  Wo  But  You  as  A wealthy young woman from out  woai was reci-iilly wedded to i. member of the nobility of Kngland,1 and  the i'!.'ivinoii,\ occurred In the mo^l  fiirliloiiiiblo of l/ondnii cliui'i'lic-s���������St.  (.looi-ge'H, Hanover minim1. Among  Uie, guesis wns a eouslii of the bride,  aa Kiurdy nu American na can be lm.  agitiod.. Ho nuvm nu Interesting sum-  miiry oi' the wedding, when iiKke I by  n friend wh' Iher the innrrlnge wns n  happy one? l tilioiild sny ii was, said  the eoiiwlu, The bride wns happy, the  mother wn.i overjoyed, Kuril Stick',  lolgli, the groom, wiih lu ei'slncles and  hln -.'i'i dllor,.;, I slionlil ."ily, wore lu n  .iliiie nf iibHolnl,' hllti..;.  -Murphy was a new' cav  ahd   was  given    ono  of  horses-ill  the troop,'  Remember, said the sergeant, no  one. is allowed to dismount without  orders.  Murphy was no sooner lu the saddle than the horse kicked and Murphy  went over hls'hcad.  Murphy, yelled the sergeant, when  he discovered him .lying breai bless on  the ground, you dismounted!  I did.    ���������  Did you have orders?  1 did.  From hendquariers?.-.  No, sor;��������� from hlndqiirule'i-s!'--  -',.'  iiillliilsl  ���������ATrtotT:  j "��������� ���������' "-��������� H mikony; &0bYm7y '���������%  THE   VVOSLO'-C   BEST   POLISH  MPEETECinBIIREDT  OF DYSPEPSIA  By Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  It takes eight hundred '-full-blown  roses lo make n Inblospoonful of perfume, whilst a shllllng'u worth of cooked onions wlll sceni. a neighborhood.  To  vour  miffs.  A  Test  lest   your  bride's  love,  go   on  lonuyinoon   wearing detachable  An old woman who liad received n  choline went with great glee to the  bunk io draw the money. This cheque  Is crossed; we can't pay It over the  counter, my good woman. All right,  sir, I'll come round then, was tho  Immediate reply.  . We nre continually hearing from  grateful people who have liad experiences like that of Miss Alice Ii. Cooper,'  of Niagara J'alls, Ont., who writes :  "I wish to express my gratitude to  you for the benefit I received from your  most wonderful Dyspepsia Tablets,  Having taken other medicines without  having received the slightest relief, I  heard of your Na-Dni-Co Dysprpsia  Tablets and thought I would give thcni  av\triul, I Tnivejjceu completely cured  of'ilysj>pps������F?fii wi,ll-,b,e. only toc^ pleased  .toa(Ivis'eahyoiietTWihrcrlw������UUiytn(:psia\  to give them a'fair trial."   '%������������������< \Yy' .  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsin Table-Is not only ���������  give the, "immediate relief from lieaiU-  burn, flatulence, acidity of the itoinach'  and biliousness, whicli insomuch needed,  but if taken regularly for a few days or  weeks tlicy completely cuie the uio&t  agfjravnleil cases of stomach trouble.  When for 50c. you enn get a box from  your druggist, why go on sufTcriii);?  National Drug nnd Che1nic.1l (Co, of  Canada. Limited, Montreal.     .'.'    ut  Mlnard'H Blnlmenl Co,, Blmlled,  (louts,���������I cured 11 valuable hunting  dog of miinge with MINAU1VS LINI-  MI'INT after several veterinniies liaii  treniod lilm wltlioul doing lilm any  permnnenL good.  Yours, fie,,  Wil.FHIB (i.-UJN'K,  1'rop. of Clnind Cr-nlnl Uelel, Dnuu.  iiioiiiU'III.'. Aug.   H, 'HI.  When buying1 your Piano insist on havinsr an  "OTTO   HIGEL"  Piano Action  '   No Advantage  I'd lin\e yon know m> gooil sir, Uml  I am a mini of very good hlrlli on-  neetloiw.  TluilV. nothliig. So is a Puliiuiiii  enr pmtei',  ii|> j  il  children,  ("iniiot   -  -iponded,  but I' eimiii'it-  mm**t*t* viwtf *^t+i***rwmm****mmm**m* 11*1  'tl0t0l1m,'PmQt?l**mt*' IS.,  "-���������--i-'-'"'--&tijrjli&  1  6O0. a box or ������Ik .(.ret for S2.59,  ������t all dealert, or Tht Doddu MtdU  cine Compajy, Limltct;, Torrt.uo,  Can������������ta.  Mat!   enniK  the  Hiorun,  ; 1 .., .. :. .'��������� ' 1 "' '' " '"''  vVlpn li'. Iliundi'ren the  Tlie  h'usoii  thi'ii  eiiilud,  elms.  At ,\ |.r!!>v.- ' f..'-tUal l.tl-dy ihf> foi  lowing loait wnn offi'ied: Women, flee-1  ond only to lln> precs in the dlsseiiilii-1  ���������!   ���������    ���������''   'I''>" I'uHm-; urn vrt ii'i- ''  ib'i'ldi'd   whi'lhcr tn r.'g.ird  this  nt a  compliment or olhrrwlsi������.  The Oviirscn Dread  tttiilionmaiiter-cuni-l'ort'M' of Way.  id do 'Unit)--'I'lri', 1)111, jusl liec]i nn  e>e im thul nie gal < 1 the phi form  whilst J gel my dinner.���������HIU- -Whnf-  foi'? Sim eiiu'i come 10 iu, 'anil,  StailoniiuiKtei���������1 in 1101 (iiiiiiuiiK in  '. 1 ii,..l,-.,, 2 uu, J;;!j.!,)j)'  iitaiiiiii. !-hc< might wiui'  down.      ll  Mi'illi'.ul Proresrior-Wlial  hi  hi.Ii. ymcu'. genllemen, when  ,rii;\  i"ii:pei'atui'e goes down  ni   ll   can?      Siieleiu���������Why  gi is cold ,'eei','  the  11  ns  -IT"  re-  nil-  I'll!'  ���������he  Tin  llu-  it It,  Honor -1 think  would be belter  111 >���������  ih ar sl-i',  lo luive a eon-  In bur  :i c  I   ft  Locating the Shortage  1 1 ;ui't undi'i'Mnnd bow sonic things  get th'-ir names, di'idnreil the gnmijiy  lioiiidcr.  For 111 iianee.'  Tiiki' Uils Ktruwberry sliortcake. lf  iiuv liiid ������.ill.-.l 1: .diiiriberry i.'mw  eul," 1 I'Diild havo a-"ii ihe point.  Mrs. (iriMMt���������I do iiiliiilre your hns-  hand's tastc, Mrs. IIiown, lie always  iire.vis jo i|iiu-ii,\ , .iiin. i'iiiihu- N\,i  nlwnys, You should hnve heard hlni  whO'h be dropped his collar-ytud down  IiIh neck this morning.  HllltllUoll,        Your Wife Iri SlTllHUily 111.  -There--1  lold  my  Ollglll   Ul   IliHI'   pi"-  .,   vji   ���������'���������.-���������  v:r,  ��������� -i  your feeling5!.  Aiix-liiui llinhnnd-  wlfo long ago hiii>  pei iii!.,i;,ii! .-I'Jilv  afraid of huithi}!  Miiiiinin! exclaimed lho beautiful  girl, who had milTered afi'eelailoii to  obseure the little Iiilelleel. she pusiieH.s-  < il, whul It thnt long green lliing ly-  Ing on Uio dish before you',' A cucumber, my l.vl.ovcd (li'orglaiu, replh ft  the maininn, with 11 bliind wnille of up-  prohiilIcn of her dnrllng'ri comnK'Hil-  able curiosity. A ("iciiniher? (Inie-  Ions liooilneiiH, my dear niniiinui, how  wry cMnioi'dliiiiry! 1 alwny., luiug-  lii"d until Ihis moment tlmt they grew  in ulicesi.  And now, hIc, thundered lho bullying lawyer, toll Uie court whul ymi'  were doing in llm Interim.  1 never went ihece, ivl,orti\| Ihe witness Indignantly; I stayed lu the  sinolii'-ruoni all the eveiilv.'.  . ll Is whal might be railed 11 lennlii.  ologlenl  inexactitude,  to  hay  thai  a  ni'i'i |:i liii'llivd 10 heeonio bald.    An 11  ' -   -  ��������� ���������    t"'H    Is    nh.soliiiely  nB0.lnst a man's Jnclliintlun.  S:clla---1 boar yon baft n terrible experience.  Ucllu -Yea. 1 wan losciied from  drowning by uiiothei' girl.  lie���������My   fatm-r   woigliod  only  pniindri at his blrih.  Ions!       Did ho llvo  ylie-llood  four  gi'lie-  T'.Tk - You wlll non.r i;-*t th,-  io oh'}', my dofir. *>lrt. Vot  will, wiui p!itionc. You weie  as tiniiliioonif y.nifj.oir at  firs!.  dog  Just  W. N. U. 95'i  'Ih.  Wha-  Ih- <>  ,--l\t!i 'i-iisi*  "ui" l ilia'?  b.r live.  Is Ui<������ moil useful.  Th" wns.1 fo iiKi  A  Kin  Kiiiisiis eollogo  Htudeiii.-i how lo  'Jfifnj !��������� girjrniilei'  Is    ll'Ul'lllllR    Its  he good wIvph.  tll'-'lll   JHlfllloUS?  That   dollar iinidunUng p.own    "  \V;n oi-rtslnly linmi'iii".  And now they have th* ?.ime uiarked  I'llU'll  To li" reiili.  sine  OtVll  0|i. j;i  tho hb'h  Why uti'ii't  lli'CiiHe th  tt   eOll^.  ���������nt an- inn ;i'fi.i io) by  of ihln':  I hoy?  ���������y ran c-i ituythliig for  0@r8st Pit mi  ���������ookiiiff relief from lho lllncim������.i  rnuactl uy iloi'ucllvo action oC iho or-  ffana of ilipeslloii. Mosi. oeriourtHicU-  nca.-ie.'i Ket their (dart, In tiutihl.-ci of  thoStonimh, livor, bowol-j���������troubles  ������iiil������kly, ������.af<ily, aurjly 1vJiuv.1l Ly  lJl  FILLS  '"ft vou Hny that you nre iniioeeni  of Uh* eliiii'Ke "I liioiiiHiA a luonii-r  from Mr. Jo:joh? UMlad an Ai'lviuiuiin  J'.ulj;-.' of n meek lookln:? prisonor.  Ye?, sir, nnd I enn prove it.  How cull you prove ll.  j i>vi provo that I didn't meal Mr.  .Jouoh'h roorili r, jud/;e, bonniso 1 stole  two lii'iia 1'iom Mr. (IritHtnti the tuune  nl>;li1, npd .Jones lives 11 vn tnlloH from  llrnulon'H.  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CXTRTTRE'RT.A'Nnr). M. C  PULPIT  e  LEPROSY OF SIN  NEEDS A SAVIOR  6 ______  Every Unrighteousness Is  Sin���������Divine: Remedy the  Only Cure.  f  St.  Paul, Minn., i  "   '-Pastel  JiusfcU spolie at the Auditorium here  this afternoon,' also at the Shubert,  Theatre,, Minneapolis, in-the evening. The announcement of liis corn-  ins is always sufficient - to draw a  -crowd. We report one of his addresses, bn?ed upon the Saviour^  words respecting the ten cleansed  lepers: "Wore there not ten cleansed? hut where are the nine? -Only  one hath returned to'give glory to  God."���������Luke, 17:17, 18.  Leposy, said the, Pastor,. has-dons  been' .regarded as incurable, and  therefore is used as an illustration of  ���������sin; which,- is . also- incurable.- As  only the Master's word could heal  the lepers, so nothing short of a Divine romedy can cure the leprosy A  sin. Lepers in olden times,- wera  obliged to.separate themselves from  others, and whenever 'approached  were required"lo cry, "Unclean! Unclean!" Cut. off thus from nssocia-  ���������tim with others, the .condition of  the poor creatures-was far from enviable. So sinners by Divine decree  ��������� are-isolated, separated from the pure,  the holy,'the'righteous.   "  '  Though all humanity are ' sinners  by heredity, we must not forget that  they eon-litul-ij but a small proportion of God's, great .family, amongst  whom are angels, cherubim, seraphim, etc., who always have fellowship wilJi'God and with each other.  Hnt while the Scriptures declare of  humanity that all arc sinners, ��������� that  none are, righteous, no, not one, yet  all do nol ������������������appreciate their condition,  nor cry aloud, Unclean! Indeed,1  there-are various degrees _ of uncleau-  ness; some;arc. more,'arid some'less  pinful.     ������������������'���������'"  The two extremes, of sin are represented in  our Lord's parable of the  ,1 wo 'men who-went up Lo the Temple  'to pray; lhe one a publican the other  ���������a   Pharisee.    The   publican    realized  his .sin and smote his breast, saying.  "God - be merciful, to me a sinner!"'  The  Pharisee,  on  the  contrary,  felt  himself  so superior .to  the publican  ���������'that��������� ho--did-"not���������rtfdizo���������lririTseli  nr  * inner  at all; he thanked  God  that  he was not- a sinner.   .lesus declares  thai, because of his acknowledgment  of  sin,   the  publican   was   more,, acceptable than the  Pharisee.  "- In other words, the Creator wishes  that each one of Adam's race should  , realize    his    imperfection���������that    lie  conies' shoi'l of  the  Divine standard  which God would be pleased to bless  witli    everlasting   lifo.     While    the  Bible thus declares lhat all are .sinners, it does not   uiirelisonubly   say  llmt there is no difference.   What it  does say is that the slightest.degree  of sin would mean  that we are sinners,    nnd, that   hence- 'the   person  with the least taint, of sin upon him  would iieed lho Saviour, the Deliver-  fr���������would need to be cleansed.   And,  in order lo   realize his   need of as-  Mslanoo, he mii������t see his sin and cry  unto lhe, Lord, Unclean!   Lord, save,  or I  perish!  Mere iigiiln many of ns have made  n coriniis mistake in lho study of our  liibles. When rending that ihn- sinner would perish, wc forgot tho  moaning of. Ihe word perish, that it  pignifios to die, lo lose life. There  i> noihlng in the word perish that  j-igniflos to ho tortured to all eternity.  "The wiigi'K-of sin is death," destrue-  lion���������annihilation, if you please.  And if Gcil hnd not made some pro-  vision for man's recovery,1 thero  ' would be no fuluM life for Admit nor  for nny of his race. Donlh would  indeed'luive been n hopeless AaUr,  just as leprosy, whether in a small  or greater decree, tdi'iiifled the presence of n hopeless disease from  which tlimu is no recovery.  .lesus, is Ihe only phyMdmi who  enn honl this leprosy of sin; nothing  thai tin1 simi'.T himself van do would  finieol lhe sentence. God purposely  mi iii'i'iiiigoil lhe matter. Tlio Good  Physician lionls liuiunnity ul n giTHt  root lo Himself. An llie wage, or  peiuilly, ol cin upon Father Adam  iiiitI hW- rni't! mi'iiiis donlh, mi.whoever would redeem Adam must be  pivpni-eil to pay hiu penalty before,  lie could iisshl. tlin sinner legally,  jtp-lly. None of Adnni's nice could  nerve iim ii nuloeiiicr, because ouch  "nnd nil with born in mm'nnd therefore im subject lo the penally at  ^Father Adam himself, Noi could nny  of Ihem bo born without y\n, bociiiiHO  the life of tl.o nice,, cnnio from ils  (nth or,  Whouvor, ihereforo, would bo the  fiivinr of mnn imi9t have n life  cepurnlu nnd n po rt frnm Hint of  Ailimi, nnd must bo willing to *iu-ri-  flee if oa Adam's bohuU.    .  All of tlie iitigeU had Mich u lib--  ropariitn nnd apart from Adiirii's lifo  -nml any ol imm, Hiticiuic, woiiiu  J(.'ii-( J'.-iJj I'Jj/vibl.' ij boinj; inuiV  redeemer ir Uio ]U<nvoi)!y r'tlthev  Iind nindi! them the |������ropo*iliou nnd  llioy luul chosen to neci,it it, Hut  Jehovah (lod, gave tho flibt offer to  become iniin'.'J it'dociiior lo Ihu very  IllglU-rt     Ul     id*    *il*     i-n-hllilt-h��������� \\\*  Only He-gotten Sun, Ihn Logon, ol  whom wo rond that Ho wiis tlm Ho-  iinninir of tho creation of (Jod, the  First-born of every cientiiro, tho  Alpha and thu Omega, tho F r*t and  ' the I.nsf,  ft ivn������ nr.f within flu' province "{  rveii Jehovah Himself lo demand  Hint t'tiA holy eri'fltnr* ������ihoiild die tn  fci.rne, to tVdef'm, humanity. The  mnttor, therefore, wan optional with  ���������he Logos: ond if Ilo had not c io*eu  fo Accept (ho proposition, it doubtless  would hnve beon extended to other*.  fltit Hieli ti*< tho Jove and loyalty of  flev|'������   Onlv  H������������f.'i  flint  to know  to Him to serve in any manner and  io further God's will.   '  Ko doubt the Son would have done  this .without any suggestion of a, reward, but the-Apostle suggests  that  a great reward was   proffered'Him.  ile says, "Who for the joy that was  set before Him  endured."    His joyful-' obedience   began   when He   exchanged the'-higher   naiure - for   the  human.     The   same   joy   continued  when, as the Man Christ Jesus, He  offered  up  Himself,   and  was  faithfully obedient'to the Father's will io  the   very   last,   saying,    "The    cup  which   My   Father' hath   poured   for  Me, shall I not drink' it?" '     '  c St.   Paul further explains   lhat.il  was Hie.Redeemer's faithfulness'and  loyalty io the Father, in doing   His  will to the 'extent of laying down the  human  life,' lhat  became  the  basis  of His still higher exaltation���������above  His��������� prehuman condition.    Tbe Apostle  says,  "Wherefore  God  also  hath  highly exalted Him, and-given  Him  a name which is above every name;  that at the name of Jesus every knee  should'bow, of things in Heaven and  things in earlh."   Thus, as the Apostle explains, He-has been exalted and  qualified to be made.a Prince and a  Saviour and able to'grant'forgiveness  of sins to as many as'will come unto  the Father through Him.   "  Forgiveness of sin has two aspects;  (1) the cancellation of tha legal condemnation; nnd (2) the recovery of  the sinner from his loss, his imperfection. Jesus, came into the. world  to accomplish both of these results.-  By His death He would legally satisfy the Divine. Justice, ..giving His  life as instead of Adam's life, which  was forfeited By sin. Then', according'  to the Father's promise, being raised  fr.om the death state, to a glorious  state, with plenitude of power, He  would use-that power and opportunity for the- release, or recovery, of  mankind from the mental, moral and  physical degradation' brought about  by sin. .        ;  .. Thus we read thnt Jesus.died that  God might be just and yet be the  -iKistifier-of- al���������those-who���������believe���������in���������  Jesus���������of all who shall become His  disciples and follow, His leading,  and' direction. Again, we "read that'  He came to seek and to save, to .re-,  cover, that which wns lost.  It wns just like our: great Heavenly Father to take advantage of  the  opportunity of human salvation from  sin  to illustrate  different characters  amongst  men  and  different degrees  of His favor toward these.. He forc:  saw that the-great necessity of the  world would be the Messianic Kingdom, the powerful Reign of the Re-  deemer  forcefully  putting  down,, sin  and   nil ��������� unrighteousness,  scattering  ignorance, darkness, superstition, etc;  He foresaw thnt some of the -human!  family would  need  to havo stripes,  punishments,   corrections   in   righto--  ousness, in order to tench them the  gront lesson thnt nil unrighteousness!  is sin;"nnd that all sin brings degra-'  datioti,  sorrow,  pnin, death, according   to   Divine   nrrnngement.    Messiah's Kingdom would be -necessary to.  .show how obedience to God  would,,  on tho contrary'!-bring a gradual up-:  lifting mid recovery out or sin, sor-j  tow,   tenrs   and   death,   eventually,  buck to perfection. |  Hut whilo the great masf, of mankind would need tho severe lesson*  of tho Millennium, the Reign of  Christ, a certain few would bo- able  now to develop an eyo of faith and nn'  ear of faith by virtue, ol their desire  to do God's will. Theso, would be,  doubly precious in God> sight; for  "without faith it to impossible to  please Him," nnd those who could  oxoroiBU fnithc under iidvo-Tso condi-,  lions would bo His peculiar treasure.  Therefore, God hns nrninged to gnlh-  er ont'this special .class in advance,  and these Ho calls His Klect, the  Church of the Gospel Age.  This call, lo whicli thoso respond,  is not so forceful us will ho, the. call  of Ihu future; they must have hour-  iug ears nud attentive hearts to hear  the voice of God in the. present time  nt nil. Additionally, thoy must bu  both ablo nnd willing to walk by  faith,,tlieir pnth lighted only by tho  Lnmp of God's Word. "Thy Word  is n lamp to my foot, a lantern to  niy footstopfl." Furthermore, lliey  miiht walk in n narrow way, a. difficult pnth of separation from tho  world, Not only must tlioy strive, to  live sopnruto nnd apart from sin, but  nfior tho pattern of thoir Uedceiiiir  they must present their bodies living sacrifices, holy, acceptable lo  (lod. through tho merit of Jesus'  mmilicc.  These tiro scriplurnlly ftylod the  justified by fftllh, Uie Pimclilkd. or  not npmt to tho service of Clod,,  Jliesc, miner uie typical Miiuiigvjuciiv  id (Jul with Ii'i'.'ifi A f,1d. were pic  lured in the tribe of Levi, who worn  set opart from the loinninlng tribe*  lo bo God's special servant)*, and ulti-  mutely to ho tho iiiilructorii and  guidon of their brethren of tho oilier  ItilK'C.     ������o   Ilio   7u:tA  t.hvr.t   *ti   }������va.\.-������  of K'lectitiii hincc tho nscfn?ion of  .Ichim���������since Pentico*t--hro In ho  (lod'a fpoclnl Korvnnts by nnd by in  Uie blowing of tho world In general;  for thoy bio to bo joint-heir* with  ���������Jcnie, thoir Redeemer, in nil the grcnt  work of Ills- Afillennifll Kingdom, de.  Higned, arranged, prepared, for the  hiding nnd uplifting nl nil human-  iiv. nnd fur the doclTUCIlon of tho  wilfully. inklHifcntly, tinful nnd  rohollioiip.  Tho T.ord uit'd erirn*&n nnd scarlet  ns indicotive of  iho   most   flngrftnt  Mil*,   uud  then  <Uelated   1h*l   His  "     ' ft  sins.   "Though your .sins be ��������� as sea* j  , let,, they shall be as white as snow.  .; though th;y be.red like crimson, they '  (shall   be-lis   wool."   "(Isaiah'. 1:18.)"  i This is an assurance   for us.    God  ..knows that'all- of Adam's' children  were born with the hereditary taint  of   sin,   "prone :to sin   as   are   the  sparks that fly upward."   He is not'  expecting perfection, of'   any- uncier  such .conditions; all must-have help,  and'the Saviour whom God has' prepared is qualified to give help to all.  The li -lp given to'the, special class  that is in;,process of selection during  this Gospel Age is in the Scriptures  figuratively represented as the   Robe  of "Christ's "righteousness;   covering  each of the sinners, and thus hiding'  the, actual   blemishes  of, the   flesh.  ���������In ether words, the Ix)rd declares of  this class that He will judge them,  not according to their flesh, but ac-  cording to the spirit of their "minds,  the intentions of   their   hearts   and  tlie efforts which they will put forth  in resisting sin and Li doing God's  will.    This   Robe   of   Righteousness  will covet- sins of every "kind and degree, except.wilful sins. ���������-  "0 blessed thought!  0    words   with    Heavenly    comfort  fraught!"  , The arrangement for the   sins   of  the world, to be carried out' in the  ���������future,    will    similarly,   be    ample,  though different.    The r, world's   sins  ���������will   not   be , covered, nor will, the  "world be dealt with mercy according  to    their   minds    and    hearts.    The  world's   salvation   is   spoken   of   as  being   one   of   works.    Each   sinner  will be encouraged and assisted'' back  to perfection along lhe lines of good  works.  Assistance and-strength of character will come to them day' by clay  and, yenr,,by year-until, before the  Millennium will have-ended, all tbe  willing and obedient' will have become perfect, mentally, morallyfand  physically. They will have attained  the image nnd likeness of God," lost  by FatherAdam in-Eden; and, with  this perfection will come their right  lo human life, forfeited by Adam and  redeemed by Jesus.  But some one may say, If mankind  are to luive an opportnity during  the Millennial Age, will that- not be  a second chance?. We "reply, No.  None, will have a second chance for  everlasting life. By .nature we are  ���������sinners, condemned to death." Our  chance for life at all is through the  ." -   ~   Uncrowned'tHieena.'"��������� Steals the Gold and Silver.  r������here have been eeveri uncrowned Unless first platefl with nickel soft  queens of England. _Tue first was , metals, such as lead, tin and zinc, will  Margaret of France, the second-wif* .Absorb platings of copper, silver or gold  of Edward I." Money, was scarce in j until the superior metal entirely dis-  tue government coffers at the time, I appears.  and Edward could not afford tbe ex-.j  '��������� --���������  peuse of a coronation.. The four latet !  wives of HeDry VIII., Anne Boleyn'ai'|  successors���������Jane Seymour, Anne oi ;  Cleves, Catherine Howard and Cath-!  THE SMART  NEGLIGEE.  An  Enchanting  Model    of . White    Crape.  A Record In Tattooing.  '��������� Perhaps the most extraordinary tattooing idea ever carried out was tbat  of a coachman, who, at the time of the  Moths and Carpets.  ��������� If   moths   have  attacked   a   carpet  work  powdered  borax  Into  the  car-  ���������pet wherever there Is a. sign of the  i iusects and scatter it under the furui-  | ture.  criue Parr-were never publicly crown- ,-Dreyfus trial, had his body and legs  ed as queen consorts.   Perhaps it was; covered with uo fewer than 120 illus-  because Henry thought it would cause [ trarions of the case, including portraits  ridicule to havo coronations occur as | 0f the leading personages.   Altogether  frequently as his marriages.   Heuriet- ; the work occupied nearly two years.'  ta Maria, the wife of Charles 1., being  a strict Catholic, refused to take part  in'a state function which would compel her to partake of tho Sacrament,  according to tbe rites of the Church.ol  ' England.    Sophia Dorothea, tho wifo  of George 1. and mother of George II., j  was never recognized as queen,'of Eug- j  land and therefore cannot be classed ! Argentina Bachelors!  as one of Britain's uncrowned queens.; jf ai) engaged man in the Arfjpntiuo  Caroline of Brunswick, the wife of; itepublic dailies beyond a reasonable  George IV.-, was not permitted to be j itime'in leading his fiancee to the altar  present, in Westminster hall at hi* , '^ is heavily fined, and"If a resident of  coronation.-London Mall. j tne republic should fail to marry be is   ��������� ��������� '       '     j taxed   until   he  reaches   the  ago  of  ,,      Artificial Ears! i eighty. ' ������   -   ''  Artificial ears'arc so skillfully mads *    ,   ���������: r  tbat tbey may, with diillenlty be rtts-1     * a Ponderous Title,  tinguisbed from natural ones, It-is said, i a;iie chairman of the canary bird  ��������� When the person who .has lost an eaRgvoup of an ornithologlcu.1 society In  applies to the,manufacturer for a snb- Germany rejoices in this, title, which  stitute there is made a.mohl of the re- j ornaments his visiting cards: "Kanari-  realning ear.   If there be left any part | euvogelziicbtyeransvorstand."  of the other a mold of that part also ! ���������'��������� : ;   must be taken to assist In the fitting j     <     Latin American Universities,  of'tbe artificial.   Manufacturers asserl !,, gix   universities   in   I.atln-Aiuerlcan  that no two ears are alike and that.lt | countries were established before the  takes a skillful workmairto prepare an  ear from the mold or molds. When  finished, says Harper's Weekly, (ha  new ear is pasted on the stump or simply set In the"position of llie lost ear.  It is really only the first artificial eat  that is expensive, the chief cost pertaining to the making bf the mold.  Vulcanized rubber, which can bo bent  and twisted, lias been found to constitute the best material for the making;  of artificial'ears.  Redeemer's sacrifice. He died fvir  all. But only whon we accept the  fact- nnd come .under His direction  as His disciples', do we obtain our  share.-' ' '  ���������Since Jesus accepts as His disciples  during ihis Age only, such as consecrate, or sacrifice, -.their lives to the  doing of-God's will.' only they, get  the benefit- .of the" Redeemer's sacri-.  'ii"ce~uviriii"g-th"e���������presenfrTiife: Those"  who, do not get that benefit now still  have it assured them by Jesus' death,  according lo the Divine" promise.  Those who do not get their chance, of  everlasting life now -will get it during the Millennium.  Human laws  are  not   always   the  same as the Divine,  though properly intended so to be.   /Thus the Lord  informs   us    that    some    who   aie  highly esteemed    among   men, - nnd  approved  by  human  standards,   are  un abomination in the sight, 61 God,  Contrariwise,   sometimes  things  disapproved by man nre in accord with  the Divine Law.    God seems to put  justice,' in the very highest placo in  His estimation ol   sin,   while   poor  human judgment sometimes gives it  a vory low place.   For instance, some  will cry out ��������� vigorously and   venge-  fully ngftinst immoral    dances   and  petty thievery, who would not hesitate lo join in a Trust intended   to  deprive Ihbusand-s of fcilow-crenttues  of their share of tho blessings of our  dny.   In lho   eyes   of   human   judgment, these .would be esteemed noble  examples; whilo in the sight of Divine Justice, wo believe, they would i  rank ns vory vicious nnd criminiil,    j  When (on lepers came to'our Lord j  praying for healing nnd were pram- |  ed thoir, request, only one   of   them  relumed to thank tlie Saviour; and  Jesus  called   attention  to   tho  fnct.  It well illuslrnles tho difference between  tlis two elnsses of the  saved.  Tho   entire.   Ion   lepers  would   well  represent the  world of mankind in  Bin,   All would bo, glad In bo relieved  of lho leprosy of sin nnd to bo holy  and happy.  But ns only one of the ton wus so  appreciative us t'o como buck and  worship tiiu Roikoinor nnd offer Uiui  his service?, it represents lho fact  thnt only n Hiinll prnpculion of Immunity h properly appreciative of  the blowing of forgivenem of sins  and bonding thori-fioiii. The only onu  who wiih thankful ..would well represent the C'ln.'H of sinners who now  constitute the true (.'hiircli, nnd who,  ronliziriK tho Divine. iH'rnngi'incul for  thn foi'fjlvt'iioss of sins, ooin.> thankfully and offer lho Lord their Utile  nil "to lie used in His forvice,  Tbo "exceeding groat find precious  promises" of God's Word nio given  only lo the thankful nnd eouseerati'il,  who' hnvo nlrondy presented IIkmii-  nelvoH living niicrilieca to God, "To  yon it in given to know thi; iiiyMerk'S  ot lho Kingdom." "God hath leveiil-  od thom unto uh hy HU Spirit,''  which Is granted only to the eonce-  rrnted. Thofo promiao������ uro lo  btrongtlic-u nnd ru-ive the Con^ecraUd  nnd to.enable, them tn overcome,  in   lullihnoiit  of   their  covenant  ol  y.iJtt.lt.'.'laliiJ.i.  The Two Fine Things of Life. j  Because it is an elementary, thing to j  do it requires courage to miy or build  a house.   Buy?   Build?" The universal  bond becomes n pendulum of warning.  There are., just two fine .things open  to most of ns between the cradle and  tbe grave. One is to marry and the other is tojacquire a home, and the.modern, answer to both proposals is  the  same,   "Don't,"   so   greatly   do-' men  fear life, so exorbitantly do thoy pur-  liose 1 o~en.joy"i f.   P hi i lire i i berfrli atn-  erton���������in "The Intellectual Life." pointed out that the'invention of railway's  had resulted In n return to ono of tho  most markod phases of barbarism, a  nomadic life.   Since he wrote we have  Invented  the motorcar and  the  flat,  nud fixity of residence, which is a distinctive ���������miirk of civilization, has bo-  come Its derision or" despair.���������London  T. P's Weekly.  first one in the territory that afterward  been me the United "States. The universities of Mexico and Lima,were  founded ln 1551; Santo Domingo. 1.">S;  Bogota, 1572; Cordoba, 1013, and Sucre, 1G23.    Garbarge Slag.  Slag from garbage incinerating plants  Is valuable for filling between ceilings  and floors of storage warehouses, as,it  is sterile and contains no sulphur to  injure stored goods.    -  THE MT.LIGKE.  Loiig. clinging lines mv yielding lo  frivolous puttings, plnilings and frills  in my lady's negligee.;and Uiis eni-liatiring model of white crepe do chine with  trimmings of plaited' net aiiil Mule"  nioss roses is typicaj of (bo new styles.  A Striking Costume.  Sydney Smith at an evening party, on  seeing Mrs. Grote. the historian's wife,  enter tbe,room in'an eccentric costume  crowned by a rose colored (urban, said  in an undertone to bis neighbor, "Now  1- know the meaning of the word grotesque." " '  '���������     -    , Oil Paintings.  OiUpninlmgs can. bo cleaned with a  Tut potntoT7otlonTvTd"15yTrw"ip1iIg_\vttb-  'water, a drying with cotton and a final  polishing with a silk handkerchief.  A Coaxer For Recruits.  Nowadays the authorities do not advertise so alluringly for recruits us  they did In lho past. A notice issued  in 1S01 by British authorities calls ou  men to Join the light dragoons, In  which regiment, (hey nro Informed,  "you will "be mounted on the finest  horses in the world, with superb clothing nnd the richest nccotiterments;  your pay and privileges nro oqnul to  2 gulnens n week; your society Is courted; yon a re'a dm I rod by (ho fair, which;-  combined with lhe chnncoof getting  swished ton bnsoui widow or brushing  with a rich heiress, rentiers tho sltiin-  lion truly enviable and desirable,  young men out of employment or otherwise imconifoi'lnblo, thoro is n tldo  In the nri'nlrs of mon wliloh, taken at  the.flood, lends lo fortune.   Nick It!"  Bellini's Love Tragedy.,,  Bellini, the famous .composer of  "Norma," in bis early years foil in love  .���������with the daughter of a Neapolitan  judge. The lady returned his love, but  her father sent him awny oh account  of bis position. Years after, when  Bellini had become famous, the Judge  wanted to' inrike atonement, but the  musician declined out of pride and  wrecked his life and (lint ot lho wo-  mnu who loved lilm thereby.  Spick and Span.  "Spick nnd spun" is a lonn derived  from the stretching of a new piece of  cloth   on   spikes   (hooks)   nnd   spans  (stretchers).  What Not to  Do  on Vacation.  Don't bnlhe the foot iniiiiediately after a meal.    At least two bonis should  elapse before.you enter the wntcr.  Don't bathe in strnn^e waters, espe- -  chilly   If   you   nre   :i   poor' swimmer.  Swifl 'currents nnd a heavy swell enum>  many siccidents. -while rivers are often  thick with weeds..  Don't start out on your holiday witli  a rush. Go easy flip lirsl few day* or  yon will return feeling woive than before yon went awny.  Don't try to cover too much-ground  afoot or onliie cycle. Uest during'; Ijie  hottest; hours of the day and do only  ns much as ynu enn with comfort. "   I3oiiifi(j\ko~fr-ioiids^-*iut^iyiw-liig~UHless���������  you can manage a boat, and, above all,  lon't change places once"you've Marled.  Don't lot (ho.children paddle, late in  (be evening when it may be gelling  chilly, ns ihey nre likely lo eat^-h a  cold which will not be shaken off fur  weeks.  Don't travel with n lot of jewelry.  It Is qiiilo n ll necessary. and thieves .-ire  not unknown in lio.-ii'diiu; houses unit  hotels, whilo you mny drop a valued  gift iu some unknown place.  Don't rend in the lilir/.liif? sun. lf ymi  tako n book with you lo the parade or  cliff seek nut 'a shady eui'iier where  (lie sun will nol fall on the page or got  In your eyes. Also don't keep up your  reading too long. Give your eyes n  rest now nnd iignl'ii.  Don't go to n place merely lieenii-o  Smith or Junes went (here hiM yfitr.  It limy not suit yon.  Some Talkeri.  A mnn onoo visited Nlngnrn Fulls,  taking wllh hlni his wlfo nnd his  wife's slsler, linmodliiloly on nri'lvlng  nnd scouring hotel r]iiiirloi's (ho parly  sot out to seo (ho wonderful night,  wifoy iind wlfey's sister bilking ns  they walked along on a million Inter,  est Ing subjects.  "Sny, John," said wlfoy, tuniliiK to  the old iiiuii nftor thoy iuul gone Qiiilo  n dlslnnce, "aren't we getting uonr tho  falls?"  "Vos," wns lho prompt reply of John.  ."If ynu will slop talking a itilniitu you  will hour Uio lliiindci' of tlio wnlor  quite plainly."���������PliHmlelphln Tolcgrnph.  nbout  world,  The World's Religions.  There nro of nil vurlollos  400,000,000 Christ In ns in lhe  The Buddhists number MIO.OOO.OOO, (ho  Mohammedans ;t00.000,000, tho Confucians 100,000,000, Hindus 200,000,001),  leaving nbout 1,000,000 savages or  soinlclvill'/ed. whoso theological opinions, If (hoy hnve nny, It would bo  dltllcull to classify.  Lemon Peel.  Lemon pool should bo pared (UT  lemons very thinly. Tho pllll under  tho yellow Is hitter nnd uot used at  .nil In cookery. Only the Ihln yellou  ri ml n nil Juice should ho used,.  In Street Attire.  This   French   gown   of  Dutch   bluo  Iniisdowno nud silver nnd  blue brnlil  trimming bus n yoke nnd long slceven  of gray chiffon mounted over llesh coU  Reason and Instinct.  Inquiring Soti-I'iipn. whnt Is ren-  sou? Fond I'lirent-lle.'isoii, my Iwy,  Ih that which oniiblus n mini to determine whnt Is right. Inquiring Hon-  Ami whnt lu Instinct? Fond Pnrtnt-  liistlni't Is Hint which telU a woman  nho Ih right w hut lior nlio Is or not,���������  London Tit lilts.  Barbers In Austria.  I In Austria nn npproiitlee barber mint  1 serve four yeart before ho Is a Jour-  1 noymiin. Thoy aro pnld -II coutu n  ! week lor tho Ilrst yonr, 0T cents Ihu  i second, St cents the third hnd 91 2 tho  : fourth. Thoy..������ot gratuities from cus-  I toinors bosldoH, Ausli'lnn hnrbers ob-  1 Jeet to tho  American  Imiiior oluilm  becnuso thoy compel a barber to slnnd  , erect whllo tdinvlng n customer, when  thoy nro'used to stooping over. In  , Tniguo tho clinrgcs nro for n sluivo 4  ' to 12 cents, hnlr out 8 to 22 cents.  nmingwnt f.ir   the   fcirrdvvrir  (he F������ther'������ plefHurc in the matwr    An* throuiih tho fttul Itfdniiur ih  wtt Ui phfifffully inhey.   It was ������ jf j    U/ectivc   even   for  (hi-   very   wont  A Trick of the Trad*.  "Trivb of the ll'iidi;" I? a 00111111011  phraie, nnd tho "triekh" are often ih-  ���������"! '" uv. iri vs .-.'"j"' .'. ���������''' - ! '"���������')''"  Rolling mutches nccoMcd a gentleman,  ������nys Tho Livfrpool l'o������t, nud tl tin  Hfimc time hiding hiu (;oads behind  his bnok, snid: "Hnvo you ifot ft  match, hirr" 'llie Kontloiiian to g*t  away ropliod: ".Vo, my boy, I havo  not Rot one" Tho urchin, who** plot  had 80'far succeeded, tlion produccl  his nintchoA, and exclaimed: "\W1I, go  Oil, fir, buy n box. ' lie did.  r**������' ������ ������������������������ ���������"  A Ttrror le SWnographtrf.  Sic Jnaoph Ward, the fnnut fimivui  <lti7.cn. in  -New  Zealand.  In lcnftwh  throughout the Antipodes as tho "ltr������  tor   ol   Aorifi^rtfQho.rt'."    A"    Pr'un*.  Wone Still,  Mother (lo wtIesIIiir ton iiorotm lior  .hue.:)   I'll ier.t-h y-"i tv Ik- rri: cpntn  ' to di>sV ������nlN.  1   "Hnt, mother, It Imi't onr doc."  j   "No, I know It iKn't onr doj;,    Hut  iU"������ my snucepiiii, you young rnxcal,*'-  I J-omlon Mnll.  Hii Definition,  A hoy who wn������ nsked to doncilbe a  kitten ������n,id, "A kitten In roninrknblo for  ruHhlni: llko 111 nil nt nothing whatever  uud utopplnff before it Kelt there."  '    A Rutful F*lt.  "I Imd n fnll Imt nlslit wliieh rendered mc unconscious for six hours."  "Jfoitllj'l   Where did you rnliV"  ��������������������� fell ameer."  ���������������        Hard LueW,  Mni.  Oath-Mother ������y������ ihM  tha  wnntn to bo eremnlei),   JVub-.ruM my  Keeps <hs Light Going,  iiiK'eii'������ns nu'chn plain In n light bonne  Jn Oniuiriy Unit usch electricity ns un  illuiiilniint switches on n now liinip  Atid moves it Inlo foeiin xhould Ilio  orlcliiiil lump bo extinguished.  , 1       11 i   f.'esc?'-1.1"' f*ni-l-,<"'" ���������si'������p������.  '   In Miw'niv, Itiixiln, the Uvci'iipe In-  conic  of  tlio  ordlnnry   bnrher  shop  owner Is $'.',000 to $4,000 11 yenr. nnd  ��������� thu chnigoK fur M'lVleci nre f> io IC  j coutu ti  Hlinvc, fi lo 'JO conlx  for n  bnlr cut, !.'������ lo .'JO cent* for ti uluum  ��������� poo .'inii Irom '.Ti coiiIh np '"r imi.-suge.  I  ��������� ���������������������������"���������'���������  Pike'o Peak.  !    Alllioiifch not (lio lilRhest inoiinliiln,  . Pike's peak l'������ probably tlio best knowu  priil: In tbo United SlalM.   There wn������  nl one lime n H'wiilier biiicnu nfiill������n  ! on II* Kiiinmii. nnd It now Ium 11 sub-  'tinnihil r.'ilhinr ulnllmi nl the termlnil*  Ait Uio. hlghwi rjillwny lh:o in North  America.  '*     Ammonia.  Amnv.nla. a Mrong whiff of which  wlll knock 11 limit down. Is competed  ���������'.ii\  ���������>.$]  ��������� <f\  "i|'l  ���������yyI.  '-A  <y  or������l  liOMN' or ovilli ui,vr..  nei  mi Hint   whllo nctiuilly  nol  tninspiiii'iil the bodice Iiiih 1111 cfleet  of being ilevldcdlj mi. 'J be ������own h ,1  delightful iiiliih' for Htrvei wenr iliii'lug,  the wjii'IIi weiilhi'l'.  Miniitcr, he u������ed to chelate 300 wordi Jockl   I haven't ��������� watch wllh w*  mm ' ot liydrogi'ii nnd iiHrogeu, ticltlier of  a minute.  Baittrt Sot  I which h  tt :my odor.  A Practical Ltmort Squrerer.  Lemon Kquec/.ers nro needed In every  nonson, not nlono In wtmmer,   A prno-  tlcnl squeezer for tho kitchen In imidc  of nickel nnd glnsN.   The p.irt ovor  whl..������li the lotnoii Din It of elnmi, nnd  tho rliu Into which tho Jnlco nina ninl  tlio hoMer lo ont^h lho uroftn nre ot  nickel.   U In priced nt I2.2P, hut one  thnt U renlly n������ good na thla may b*  Iind for itfj cent*.   It It mode In tin*  same wny, wllh  n ������ecd rim amd A  mrtiitti from which lo pour tho Julcfct  Theae  luller  aro  In  Jnponeoo  fiedhi  vrnre, the green pottery vrWcli \n  Itii'flhle nnd nltracUvd  ������*Er������(*4.-+s    !****%, wi������iiiw^wwiiiiHW^>**,^wiw">'M',p>i||������(i*������'������^|UL'i1^. ~J|nl  -m%i ��������� iwi������w"^wpTOii.n i������i if���������m i  iii.h������ii \m    m nwum ' nm  A new lino of Heaters on sale thig week.  Quality 13ost nnd prices as low as. possible.  A fnil lino of Furniture. Boh and bedding  Always on hand.  Mcl'hee Block,  A, McKINNOH     Cumberland  OO TO-,  T HUGH MITCHELL  j , FOli   VOU It  ���������I tori BlacRsmithing  I -AND-  ���������-1  hird St,  noeing  Cu!i)l)erjiiiid,  l������>������������^3X^Ci������S>^^^������������������5)������������������5)������C������  ������  ������  ������  ������  e������)  ������  ������  ������  he Prodigal Girl.  i  Sweofc poets have sung of tho beau  t cs 61' home,  Its"coinfort, its love and its joy;  lli-w back to the peace of its sheltering, domo  Is wvlcomed the prodigal boy,  Thoy picture his father with   pardoning smile,..  And glittering robes to unfurl;  But,    iion'H ' of    tiie ' poe?s   have  thought it worth while  To sing of the prodigal girl.  Tlie prodigal eon can resume his,  "^   uiu'"p!aco " "  Wood Wood 1  Wood  Now is the time to place  your  order   i'or   SLAji  WOOD  ������2.50,. .per'double load  ' $1.50... .per single load  From The  Star Livery Stables 1  .        ������  5X������?������������������������������������������������������������g ������������@������������������S  _   r'f^ais '   -'    - -*    - ******   J.  *m  llP.DUNNE,.TAILOEil  9  - x   ' ���������-S-  Every Woman's  Desire     {  IS TO 'UE      , ^  ell  0)  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������"������*������^������������^ amm**^ ������m*^-^^9+fmi**  Have your Clothes Tailor-Made.  ir).  To Insure that Individuality  . in style and fabric  | Place youp ot*det* aiitfa |  i) ���������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  NOTICE  nt\r) Ion :or of fashion's mad  whirl,  VVi;h ih'V r   a   hint of his former  -.ii.-graee���������--       _     o  Nf-t so for.-the prodigal'girl.-  Tin"girl may come baek to the  home she hi'.s left, ���������  i'.:i! nothing.is ever lhe same;  "1 im i-liadow slill lingers o'ui dear  one's Ufivft-r-  Sociely scuffs nt her uaino.  I'  J.\'i"l������aps that is why when a prodigal gi'i-1  Uet'.; lost on life's devious track  Sho thinks of the lips that will  scornfully our],  And hasn't, the heart tn come  back,  Yes, welcome  the prodigal son to  his place,  lit' uurcil'id, grannus nnd just,  Hiu ;d;ut not thp door in his {mil  sii-lei's face���������  Ktuiienibei", she, too, js but  dust.  .    .         s���������iUiso Harriet. Bradley,   :���������^���������,   WATKU '-NOTfCIU,  ���������"������������������������������"������������ ttt^a  NOTICK is hereby pjven that  .\V. 0. Weeks am] IL hunellol  Vancouver, H. 0 , will apply for  ii license to take and use out c:n-  hie. foot of water out of Conger  Circle, which flows in n North-  ens'enly direction through l.oi ,13  ���������N'ewciis'Ie District and empties  itiio Fanny Day, The water  will be diverted (it the Government Jioad and will be na-d  i'or niMnul'ucturijig purposes ou  tue land described u,s N. K. por-  Cumberland & Union Waterworks  Company, Limited.  Sprinkling will be allowed orly"  two nights u week, viz: Tuesdays  and Fridays, from 7 to I) o'clock  in toe evening. Leaky, tap must  be attended to at once. Any changes lbr additions to existing piping  must be sanctioned by the Com-  puny,  ���������By  Order  ������ .      -��������� I,'.  W.  XILNNS  ���������-���������= Socretary-  Unmberland, B. C J.uly 30, 1913.  rr 1   1  Ij.     I.     ,  r.v  for the Milk wagon ' ���������>  with the Green Box        %  'FRESH MILK AND $  FARM PRODUCE.      %  Our Mjlk is the product ������  of tlie Best Fed Cows  l-'RESH   AULK  Delivered morning& evening  i   MARUYA 4  THE OLD-TIME PRINTER  Many will renieinbor   the   old-  time printer, that genial,   versatile   prince     who   regarded   the  world as his   private   park,   and  strolled through it at will.    Some-  limes ho was broko,   but he could  mix medicine, and   Mid is luul nt,  thing on liim in   the _ mutter   o,f  touch.    Sometime.^ in  correct attire, ho graced the  banquet, board  and partook of   the   richest   and-  choicest fruits of tho   earth,   and  s 'iiietinu'S,   chid   in , lh.j   habiliments of a hobo,   he   nto   gmn;j  ' O I  mulligan by tlio lonely roadside.  Sometimes ho sang, and. some,  tinie.-j lie preached, Sometimes  he dreamed, and sometimes ho  drunk, uud sometimes he did both,  Sometimes, with 011,0 foot on the  railing, he orated, ai.d .-.wmutiiuuH  lio wit in council with the wisest  und migliliedtof the laud,. .'Sumo  times he sat on a high . iuul and  smoke<! a ud, pipy  while he  curr  :  e.Vl  AGENT  FOR  Ctoiratttj;  Montreal and Chicago  0  W  3?.:  '$W      We giiamu'ee'style,  iit and workinansljip.'      ^/^  ZfA \i  ���������   Latest Modes; Newest Fabrics, 250 samples    , 7 |j|  1! W 'O  fr/&'  ^?% v  (4  ���������������ccsce���������������������ffi@a8c������9G'S������������ eececcs@o>i(5������(5se������������������������������������������  We print ladies' and gontlemens  visiting cards.  We print wedding invitations.  We print dance programmes.  We print hotel bill of fares;    r  We print, meal tickets, also  milk and'bread tickets.  Wo'   print   posters,   handbills  aud dodgers.  FEED! FEED! FEED!  A. B. CRAWFORD BARN  A large   stock of shorts,   bran, crushed'oats,   hay a������d  poultry feed for sale at exceptionally low prices,  '  Phone 3 %  Courtenay  ��������� ���������*> jH-ivJ  ^.1 '>������������������������������������-,  t - m  Ii  W  We print placards and notices  on canvas.  We  print concert programmes  and admission tickets..  '"-"We print business cards.  We print billheads,'ordinary or  loof-e leaf system.-      ���������  -,   -    *  We print'letterheads nnd   note-  1  heads. ���������"'.''  We print statements ahd eiivel-  opes.    '" '    '  ' _  ' '   ���������'  We turn out  work  when you  want it and how you want it.  W*zmz*3&xK*rwtM-m  MAROeCHI BROS;  GROCERS   &.   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTL'NG WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  CUiyrUERLANT, CCUliTENAY & 0 MOX AUTO STAGE  Will Loavo tho Poff. CJlko as Follows  Except Sun ay:  Leave Cumberland i'or Courtenay at 8 a.m.  "     Courtenay for Cumberland .ut 8,80a.m.  41 Cumberland i'or Courtenay and Comox at 10 a. in.  i' Comox I'or Cmrlemiy and Cumberland ut 1L a. 111,  41     Cumberland for Courtonay .at 1 p, m.  44     Coiirleiiiiy for Cumberlnud at 1 30 p. m.  ���������' Cumborlaiid'1'..r Courtenay and Comox 2.80 p, in,  41    Cniuox for Conrtemiy uud Cumberland 8.80 p, m,  Single fiiru���������Cumberland loCourtenny I'm  (Nmrtnnny to Comox 50c  K. C, KAIDK, pliuiiti IS, Cuinberliind.    Starts July 28i,b  HSf I'areol.? miiut boiirepaid and loiters stumped.  9  i  ������������������-i\  ���������    OUR STOCK-OF  em  is Gom Almost  ���������      i-   .     ^- *-, "-.-  ���������".  Complete'  ^;$w  and will be all opened   up  for inspection   on : '���������'   ��������� ���������  '.Saturday.     Make-your selections now* while.'..".- .'.  the stock is'new and clean ' .?'   ������������������'.  ... Hen's and L-idies' Coat' Sweaters, Ul'ider. /'  wear, JIbsiery, Children's Hoods ainl'.IId('keyr.:  '   Gaps,   Ladies'' Waists,  Shawls  and" Faney'.'  Motor Hoods. ."  ,'    ���������. ..-7  ���������Cent's, Ladies' & Children's House Slippers  Blankets, Comforters,;,etch/  ������M  m  :%u  I1  I   - THE-"IDEALn STOBE;-'^^oTarbells--    j  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiiHiiimititiiimraiiiiiiiiiiiH  ^'Utlllllllll!!lllllUll>ll!ilIIII||l!IIHIII!IUIIIIIiUlliillllli:il!IUI!llllllll|l|||l||||!|l!!l||!|UIUll  I Capital Paid Up $u,59O,000. \   '^.eseryo $13,000,000 "|j  I DRATO   ISSUED   IN   ANY -CURRENCY^' PAYABLE   ALL P  I OVEHTHK    WORLD.^,"- ,|  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACQQUNTS it interest 3  1 at hiyrheet. Current i Ha Jes alinwed on LfpoHty ol'il nnd upwards,    i  ������ t    OUStsaai^a.^D, B   O , Baaph, Opjn Daily";                    ,           -1  I '    UNION TAY, B.C.   Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays & EiidayB  J D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  I COURTENAY,   B. 0 ,    Branch,   Open Daily. '    "  j R. M������ HARDWiCKE, Manager.                    j  %llllllllll|Bllirai!lli;i!MM!lllllllll!W  a  P; Phillipps Harrison \  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  ra  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V.   BOflO^fl:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. 0. BOX 489  PHONE 29....  CUMBERLAND  fmMUimiamiraitiaixvaxMKvuiuvamurj. 11 r"-���������"-w���������fi"r-H-WTf,mjT������iic������������rM������-'iWi<iriirTKT^iyT7Ti,jrT  taaMamm^maamRmet mmnsam^ttKaXESa^  Jf YOU GET JT AT PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  i, >  . Ml  .in  Ihln iuiii,.: \v.i������ }ji >itii u'.l liit,1  ground on the a^ih dny rd' .\\\y J  !>^i 1913. The np|ilie:rivvi wi!l|  \m liled in the olliee of  i\w  \V.t-1  . ��������� j * .     1    - -  ' .  ,, llCl.v..--    '.        iilj.',Wt. .',ii       no  liunit'U'idi i,f iiiii; i'o:)ni   down   to  11;; tiimiirli '!:(���������   i;n')l'.������wiii:(   int'li:,  t'llOM  'A   \\'.l.'-     \..'   lujirlv,.    I.iln   (ht)  The   m %&m urn Mali  A lvt-xyy''^\20 High Grade Cycles  i't'JyyxXhx.^   J'^ Jei:���������u*...  Damaged  KtYpXn&'A \    i y^^trr^y- kll,'wn   makes.  R  SI     .���������^^'���������f;.f>;.';-;:^^>y.  reductions,  tiger,   H n fi e I cl  and  other well  fcliop  soiled, |(  or  price  237  ���������trcp^r  Merchants ui Bakers  ^vl-'l ^  ,.1,1  Write lot details.  OAInTX)^ ETC.  Cumberland, B.C.  -mimxzm������&%TYx&tej.  Thos. Plimley  c*t> VATDS ������>TRLSUT  UJWIJI^^ * WWHUW..1!II*"*i'MHilW 11 Iff' W  VIUruRIA, B. u.

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