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Array /.  'A  y  ??<  r'7y--: v  -'   ,< *'m*..-  [/  Ayyy?-  A Journal Devoted E^^iaU^ |b tHe inte^t^ olComox District.  11'���������''���������"���������.i-Tlia N_.S.S,,TWENT_E_"H",Y������AR.-������������������������������������-������������������ -'A  '  , _   ���������_      ���������   ., .      -,-. ���������   .--j-,,';.  -.������,.,   a...1! -     .'* ���������*   .,   -'  fflMBE.R������^|g $jcti ^Wednesday, ;i;ei* 26,. t9?i  "SUBSCRIl'TlOK$X.OO.A YFAR  ������^C5^������gM> *foA/������������_3 ������^������/fr������^.<^*ft  the Store  ofQuality  /  The Store  ef Quality  Tha Big: Store  ,:.' >  EW  ARRIVING EVERt  B()AT:Coipprising;Ex-  ceptioqal Yaiii-s iq  al-  SPECIAL PRICES  ^ ON ALLHDUR WINTER LINES  VISIT   .our  Grocery   Department;  it :is stocked with rnothihof   but  ; the Freshest of New- Groceries.  Satisfaction < frb&ranteed.  %3&  ���������- . .- ���������-    Ou������Wn  . >'   \' . ���������    r  .. >��������� * "i *  - *   From the Stratford I&S_oH. :V  Ilowcan Canadian .inanfacm*-  ers support a nhval policy. which  is not of the ''made in .Can^a','  order."  and   how 'cun); Caiiidian  workmen support a' pdlteyy wfilcli.  calls for ships to"-be ijiiii^el-t"-  where   wliich   idight-be.iiuli.jir  Canada aud give. eiii ploy ii.^iit; j tu'  Canadian labor ?   TliU ia a-qiies-!  tion propounded Uy the Br&fiih>rd'.  Expositor,   It;Jcail_ t-Jti ail ���������};ans-  weir from .all Canadians/; iitesjjw-  tive of their splibre in life/;  Ex-Captain Andersen  Gives His Testimony to  the Anti-Rye Sluggers1  Association  TENDERS are in|M|j|.l,e  construction of a store, ouiidfe at  Courtenay, B. C,,���������'��������� for' C, II, Jar-  bell; of'Cumberland, h. ;tt f:fta.������  and specifications may be" g#.ii at  C. HvTarbell������sJstore In Cumberland, Tenders to be in bf ijooh  on the 8th day o.t;.,Mafcli;rii)13,  Tlie lowest or.anyjarider. ^tliee.  e'ssa'rily accepj.ec[,  / " .'���������" 'ip   A1"'';  nmf  Di*. Kerr, dentist will. be. at  the Cumberland.: Hotel,uut_l the  end of the week. A,        ���������.  Hatty Cr. Evans, Piano Tuner,  fl, Jias jeturned to this city aud dis*  ; trict    If you are  wanting your  piano tuned by him, send your  - orah'r on a postal. c.ird   addressed  H. C. Evaius, Elk Hotel, Comox,  Ii. C.  Dr.'Kerr, dentist, is. at the  Cuinberlaiid Hotel.  Mr Ilerby G. Stewart, of tlie  itoyal Bank of Cumula, this city,  has Imhmi transferred to Courtenay  branch, whore* he will'aot , iti- - 'the  capacity of accountant. '   "������������������  The.' provincial 'estimates  brought down on Fob, "24th,  show an amount for roads bridges  otc., In Nanaimo city district of  $22,000, and and iu Newcastle  district 858,000. The sessional  .In'demuity.to members has been  rai������bd to # 1600.  The amoiint to bo spent on  public works i.s 89.682,6011,  Mr. L. W, Nuuus has resign-  ed lils position ns postmaster, af.  ter a most, faithful and acceptable service to the public ol'  seventeen' years. i Mr. Nunns  has taken this step owing to ill  hwJtb, whicli fact, wc and the  public will be .sorry to learn.  We hope to Bee "Larry" his  former self before tnauy moons,  ���������for --he's all right." A  Mr. Frank Parks will likely  succeed Ur. Niiin.s in the jyosi-  tion.  Pi-tegation Succeed  In.Getting #2,500  For School Purposes  The deputation from the city  council and school, board, who  weut to Victoria last week to interview the government in the  matter of increased financial aid  for dir schools, havo returned,  and report success, Mr Man's_i_  secured an interview for them  and helpod Jhem nut all'he could,  for which, they arc loud jii their  prai.se of Mr, Manson. The  government promised a grant of  iM7_oo for the furnishing of the  uow ..school addition, sceptic tauk  for same and tho re shingling 6f  the roof, of the old 6eliool building. So, taking jt all in all, the  delHtiijjou did not fare so badly,  lie ..fact, that requests  ii received ut Victoria,  lunberlaud, to turn them  ^^trikeO^ir''"';.  At Britannia  3iirep>;nnndt^;Men^<_iani_ -dowii.  On U6wenaX,ast Night   ..  ^���������~ ,  Rev, J. Moo<l left on Tuesday  for Victoria, to atlcud a 'meeting  of the l������rcsbylery. He is expected lo roturn bu Friday.  .���������,,^Jie death occurred at Nanai-  uloou Sunday of Mrs. Mary  Wilkinson, relict of the late William Wilkinson, whose death oe  currcd but a mouth ago.  u The deceased wus a native of  Hiainpton, Kug., aged 79 years  and is survived by three soiis  and three daughters. Rov. R,  Wilkinson, n former M-'lboi!.",'*  pustor here i.s one ol" the sous.,  "Gouclh Polo" needn't caro whn.  thor Kelim.l Vot'\m ot not. H������V  Wfcllfixtd.  The  steamerA Boweiioi  of   the  Terminal Steamship Co,/ reached  port last night from' Howe Sound,  and among'the passengers ' were  300 men from ''IJr'ittania   mines,  who have como' put   oi������   strike..  There still remain COO men eiri.  ployed at lirittania mines, but, the  force   which- reached \here   last  night ��������� stale!������������������ that most  of thoho  will como out.    Several   reasons.  are ascribed for tho actions ol the  men,   Some   of  thom say  they  simply want a holiday, but  others   aver that it is au echo of: thu  dispute  between   the    Driitania  Mines which led, 'to  arbitration  recently.  . Troublo arose botwunn tlm men  and   tho   employees because   tlio  Inttor objected to tho union ofllci  nU going   iii   Urittaniii   to  hold  meetings and colloct due,. ' Brit-  tania Uoach is   company property  and tho company could not admit  that tho   union ofiicial. had   any  .'.[LateBt From Union Bay,]  . Tlie   Anti Ryeu Sluggers  met  her' at the usual hour and place;  the chief  reason,  being  to   hear  Adolf Andersen's^teatiinony as to  his (experience since joiningAAfter  sevorar members spoke ���������at length  on', tlio old'and'  well-worn subject  "Cutting out thejiootch,"  Adoif  was; raised'from the   floor.   The  .following i. a. verbatum report,of  what issued from his'"ruby lips:"  -'.'Xadis and yentlemen, (there  were no ladies present).I haf come  .here to-rright to gif my testimonies to thisassassinatlon���������ifcl. do  ���������not leave it-Twill ,be dead 60011-7-  my name is Adolf Andersou;  my  fatheiv was a captain in  the Swe  ili-h Army, &nd  I am an.edieated  maiu.  Yon haf talk a lot until  youniako me sick;   nivir once do  you say _������<li{ff a drink.1'/ I am  tirsty.now because it is your fault.  You^et me yoin this conglomeration and for one week I tiiiks -1  haf yoiiied. I, haf  save" in   tliat  week so much money aB bury ine:  If -I am joined one more week 1  -will;b_7dead7_' aud   so ;yobT will  spj&d'    dis   money  oii   coffinsi  I- .will,  leef   your ;-assassination  right now.,;Edicatibn.calls for it,"  It:wfis: reported .later   that -he  IfqttidtttedAjill: Itlie - funeral'-. ex-  'jxiases.^ *.' "y \   ..' A,,    ��������� ; ���������;* , ,  see ode  HITE  EAR  ; THIS  WEEK '  /'        ��������� .^fE^^m'^f^sm '���������  ':    Underskirts at.. ..$1,65 and ������2.25     '  Corset Covers at.    ....... 5oc, 60c and .6 <;:  Nightgowns at ...>,...31.50, 1.75 and 3.^5  "'-,   -o���������r "7 -   n ''���������  \ Mannish Shirts at.... ".'.>..$1.75      "  ColoFed. Waists, inauiiish eflfect; r.50 & 2.^5 /  ^  White Waists...: $2<c0   ,.  Also a Complete  Range of SPRING  UNDERWEAR  All these are just received and are the  very  lafest  fashion,   Call aiid make your selection  before "sizes* are  broken up, - ,.        .    .  ,Q-  Mr>Williams, our ..IbcalJ telegraph .operator, who has  been seriously^ill at Duncan, for  several week , past and near  death's door, we are pleased- to  learn through Mr. Home, is  now on' a fair, way to recovery and expects to be able to  resume his duties early in March,  THE CORNER StdRE  Phone 10. Box 100. Cumberland, 6. G.  v   ' ' y   '     y  .    ������������������o-��������� .       ';"'"'  Macfarlane: Bros.  niiosioners" left on Fiiday afternoon, for Coui6x, where they took  boat en route to' Alberi.i, their.  next place of inquiry.  The Provincial Labor Com  mission arrived here on Wedncs.  day evening lust, and held their  first regular session iu the court  house on Thursday morning.  Tho ful lowing gavo evidence  regardiug labor conditions here?  Messrs Fobter,. Farrington, Oid-  rite. Noylor, McAllister and Mc-  MuHin, representing labor, and  Messrs Sprnston, Henderson and  McMillan, mine managers, ve-  presenting the Canadian Collier  les, There was considerable  contradictorv evidence in connoo.  tion with tho iriim>8, ono tide  claiming tlint certain conditions  uxi-ted there, and the other side  ���������jonyingit; which is a wiso of oven  I. ho eoiiimi.Blonei'B visited No. 7,  "Ex'Mayor -, M^cLeod~'arfivi'd  home on Sunday fioni a.business  trip to Vancouver.-  ' John���������oneof the Labor Com-  luissiou was' passing down ���������'oue of  our streets lastVeek. ' when onu  of a'party. of. three nieii wlio.  were posing. hm|, -Tenia.ked,  ���������Were is a scab."--John���������said,  ���������_'do you mean that for. me ? If  you do, you' are daunted'* lying  -vagabonds.���������No j.eply from the  trio.  Alex. Armstrong arrived home  from Vancouver by Tuesday's  boat, where he has been attending Orange Grand Lodge.  .- W. J. > Taylor, of the  _:.w r firu\  o.f'Ebevts:t&' Taylor, ':Vjct6'iV  who  was in   town -."during- the  latter part of last weftk, J\ft -for  thatcity-on'SaturdayniiornhiT'r-*^  -..        i. -'...*>  .General,Mauag_r Coulson, ol  the Colliery Company;  and Mrs.  Coulson, left,oii?'Saturday.mon:-;'  ing for Victoria,  ;-__.  The Dominion Coal Company'.,  outptii frum iu colliuriffl al tiiucu  l$4y, N, 8., durinH January, con  "litutad n iccuni for tin. month.  Tlietotitl lonngo was UM 071, bit-  JiiKan {ncrna.'o of J00,������W tone  over January of la.t year  .   Tiiur������dny aftornoon, acoonipan'iod  right   to como thoro lor tho pur.  at then iwjiieBt, by Aro.Prs  Nay-  poses mentioned.   There was also  tor  un������* MoAlllHtcr.   The  com  troublo over tho appointment of  tho  mine   doctor for whom ��������� the  men paid duos and their   matters  at issue were tho question of a������.  comodiitiou, etc,  Tho arbitration board undor the  clininiinehip of if. A. Harvey. IC  C, turned In a  majority  report  that union omnials should bo ul  ,lowed  to hold meetings,   as tlio  miners woro domiciled on tho pro  perty,     A minority report hy W.  B. J'unis favored   tho   action cf  the   company.   Tho   finding   ������.f  tho ail.itrntni's wns  not iifcc^ji.ir-  ily binding nud  60 far aft ran Jim  learned tlio old isiiio. nre agitiu :.t  Btttlte,'���������Province  .   Mrs, .Jack,   has    confidence  enough iu lhe future of Cumber  laud, lo complete the upper por|]  tiou of lier building.  11������        It wouldn't hurt a shovel a bit  to use it iu denning off the crossings when the weather is soft.-  Ifyou lnippen to step into thai  ti.iiek-l.o1e in front of Shibatu'.,  store, and havn't rubber boots on  up to your neck or can't swim,  you're a gouner.  Airs. J.J: WieV^feft.^r Saturday morning for Vicloriav on i7  visit to her 'pafcutsY'"Mr. aud  Mrs.J. II;'McGregor.  ��������� ,��������� <v���������. ���������  : I) M... Monisou," jnannger of  rhe Royal Bank," left- by: Sun  day's boat-ou a ���������������������������"three, weeks' '.ya-..  cation trip-to Spokane and ���������.{>,,.it  Francisco, Mr. W. ������og;.u;"-of  Vancouver, will be actii'ig:'i'Hunger during Mr. Mor'risoiii'-ob.  sence. .   ,/    .'7  ������������������������ i'n   o���������---���������..  Mr. aud Mrs. Thos. Dickie  left by Sunday's beat fr Ait*,  lorin.  . '     ���������  Ex-President Aladoro and Ex-  Vice-President Suaroz, of Mexico, have been shot in an attempt made by their followers to  rescue them while being convoy,  ed to tlie pmiiteutinry by a gov  eminent guard.  W. W. Willard arrived  home  from Vancouver by Sunday morning's boat.   He-went there to at  tend tho annual meeting of ihe  Orange Grand Lodge of   J..   (\,  also while in Victoria, lie stirred  them up a bit on   railway   mat-  tors in couu-etiou with Cumber,  land.  Iu the second mayoralty eoii  test, this year at Victoria on  Tuesday, A. J, Motley dt-leufi-.l  15x-Mnyor Deckwiili by 100 nn-'  jority, Alork'y is a fighter'frr m  away back, aud is a hard man lo  dowu.  l___l_"'.  4if^a  S^PECIAL DISPLAY  this   week of our First  Shipment of Ladies' Shirt   Waists-newest  Easter styles in Lawns and Silks.  SHOWING   THIS   WEEK- -AI!   the   New   Spnng  Stylus in Ladies' Footwear,   in blacks and tans, laced and  buttons with fancy vesting uppcis.  Vour inspection r/ivitcd cf our Spring Styes of Gent's, Youths' ami Children's H___w_ar.  CAMPBELLS  ~Au������  _���������_-  ____!_-_���������_��������� �����"
""By L-6.M0BERLY
Author of
"Dan *n* Anothor," "A TanaM
W��fc,"   "tl��n of AHton &���**'
Ins," etc., ��to.
London, Melbourne *nd  Tarwit*.
Or was lt: "Unprofitable servant���
good and faithtul or unprofitable���we
have dono that which il was om* duty
to, do���our duty���bare right, no laoro
A-our duly, and his duty was to. save
life, .and this man's, life was-in hi3
In ��� his hands���and��� r
��� We shall pull him through, he heard
his own \-oice say. Was It his own, or
some other voice���this hoarse, broken
whisper that echoed round and round
the room, whilst Dynecourt wondered
confusedly whether hours or days had
passed since the operation beg.ii). It
Is all right now.   1 think he will do.
We  Needs  Must Love    tht*-    Highest
���When we See it
���>Dorothy had not found it pos&ibla
to stay, quietly in hei*, own little boudoir during that long hour of suspense.
After she had seen Miles' tall form
vanish into the room where the surgeon was waiting for him, she tried in
vain to occupy herself, and every occupation, was completely out of the
question. She could not read, she
could not even fix her thoughts on
two consecutive sentences���the words
all ran together in a mist, and she saw
only Mij^s' face; heard only Miles'
voice saying to her:. Wish" tho best
for us both.
She took up a piece of needlework
about which Miles had once said he
'liked to see her fingers busy," but her
fingers seemed to grow, numb as' she
tried to pass the needle through the
silken material, and'her., brain refused
numbly to' follow the lines of the pattern. It could only repeat monotonously the words 'Miles had once
spoken���words which at the time she
had forgotten, though they came back
to her now with strange force. ��� -
God knows how the pattern ls to
work out ln the long run	
Yes���God knows! God knew how
this afternoon's work would end,-what
.pattern was to be woven out ojjjielr
��� lives���hers and" Miles' and Oliver's^
in, the future. She put' down .lior
embroidery, and- for many, minutes
1 walked up and down her pretty room,
trying trj keep at bay the' thoughts Uiat
crowded in upon her. . Al.t_e daintiness about- her reminded .hei* - of
Miles'. ' This room in every detail
was the outcome of his loving care
for her���its coloring, the pictures on
its wall, tho very furniture, had been
chosen by her husband to suit what he
knew of her tastes. And this room
was only a symbol of all the rest,
ISvery moment of hor life with Miles
had been wrapped round hy him with
tenderness and care for her; he had
riever'"consldei-d' himself at nil,'not
In tho very minutest particular���
everything had revolved round her,
round what she would wish,and like.
Why���she paused In her walk aud
stood looking sllontly at a photograph
of her husband���-why, M>ilcs had evon
refrained from almost every demonstration of tho lovo he felt for her.
lost ho should annoy or trouble her!
Ilo had been���ah! what had ho not
been to his wife.
A very parfito, gentle knight, the
words roso unbidden to h.iwnlnd, tho
'tears in her t-yp�� made Miles' pictured
fnco grow dim,
I enn't benr this room, sho exclaimed, ns if addressing a listener. I
wish they hnd let mo go in and help
at hia opera.oii���it would havo ben
less hard than , waiUnir -lir.ro. onlv
Claro paid I ought not lo do lt, and
lt ���would  not    hnvo    boen    fair���to
Covered With Running Sores.
Could Not Sleep from Itching and
Pain. Cross and Fretful. Tried
Fifty Remedies Without Result,
Cured in Nine Days by Cuticura
Soap and Ointment.
.10 Chnmpnitno 8t,��� Montreal, Quolipr..���
"I Imvo ii flve-yciir-old boy wlio wns miter-
In. Trom wlmt tlio doctor said win "In
Kriilcllo,"   IIIk body wnn nil
covered wl 1 ft running Mints.
Tho troublo .inrti'il with
plmpl'is iind oju'iicil up Inlo
Mires,   Of i:oiiiw> dcrutclilnu
iwiilo II, worm).   Tlm eruptions nppenroil on liii Cuco
;.; 1 .'.! n,"."  '. V'."* r,.--',.'...
<       p\ Tho boy mule! not Mcep nt
i*_<4vsi' n|Ki,t fron, t|10 iv.-iiin�� aiMl
jmln, nnd I did not know wlmt to du wlili
l.'.ra, I* tnwle Mia ow* and fr.'tfnl. If t
have tried one, I liavo died flfiy rrmedtei
v.lthout, result.   At lnst 1 Rot Riuniilcs of
<-, ,i���,,��^   t-���n.n   no-J'OIMmpnt     ;iti,j   nffor
UsJng tliem two (Jkjn I noticed a i-liango,
1 'iiu n_im.il a fuH-*I/-e��l ��'i��!ie of Outl.ura
fionp and 0110 box of Oulluura Ointment ami
T UM'd to glvo tlio boy a hot built dully
tiahii. CmlpuniRoapfreely, nu.l then upiille.l
tho Cuticura Ointment. Ilo luul .iiffci'ml
Uinc months v.ftit tlio liorrlhlu dUi.\iKi�� bo-
fnrc I Muricd to u��n tiio CiiiW'uM .vi_i>;>i,il
ointincm. nml nlno days afar tho boy was
1.iml i��;..l U. uot U'l'it tr'ii:lil'--l f.'rKC."
(nli.ni.-a) li. C'lumlur. Due. 3-', 1011.
Outleura Hiripnml Cuileura Olnlmeot r.ro
*oM hy {Jri'ii.'iliH mul .livlifi <;ur.v��liire.
A sinKlo w- It often Ko.tli-ii-nt. I.ltitra.
i..in_i!u of ca'-li midle.1 fro, with .'i'J-p. Skin
II'.')!..       A-MO'-l   |**t   ���'���''''ai   l'l-tl-T   Jir.i^   fc
CU.ui. Guy., J>< \,*. ���!"!��, u.i.'.ut, I', H. A.
W.   N.   U    930
Oliver. _ . I.
At that thought the color crept into
her face, and sho remembered that
Iu all her anxiety and suspense about
Miles,,sho had, almost forgotten that
Oliver was the surgeon operating upon her husband.ln that silent room
along the corridor.
Oliver and Miles. A paralysing
senso of horror- ran through her veins,
all at once a. great longing .-for air
and space seized upon her; the walls
of the room seemed to. he hemming
her in���to be alone here,"In the special dainty place Miles- had prepared
for her was unendurable. She open-
fed the door, precipitately,- and hurrying along the passage* and down the
wide staircase, made her way into
the garden. Tho afternoon was very
hot and still, scarcely a leaf stirred,
and tho flowers lifted' motionles.3,
glowing faces to the glowing August
sky. From far away across the park
camo the-sound of sheep bells, above
the elms the rooks cawed dreamily,
down in the lane whero it cut the parlc
there was a babble of children's
voices' and laughter. Dorothy's
heart grew sick within her���she turned and looked up at the window of the
room where Miles" lay, and despite the
heat of tlio August day," she shivered.
This place on the terrace was where
she and Miles had stood only a littlo
whllo ago, after, his' innocence had
been proved, when he had told her
that he was not so well, and ..when he
had determined to seo Dynecourt
again! " *
I, wish Jie had not gono to Oliver,
she said half aloud, it does not seem
fair to have asked Oliver to do this
thing, and yet only Oliver could do it.
��� Oliver and Miles up there in that
room over her head. Miles' life in
the balance, and Oliver holding the
scales. ��� She turned from the terrace
and walked down the path oyer,whose
pergola late roses still flung���-, their
tangle of blossoms; and as she walked her thoughts were always in that-
room overhead, always with those two'
who loved her���the- man whose life
was at stake, the other who held that
life in his hands. And she did not
know���how should she know���that
whilst the life of the one dipped down
the scales, the song of the other hung
in the balance'. The years that had
gone unrolled themselves before..her
whilst she paced to and fro under the
roses. She saw herself, a.child and
girl again, in the old Rectory, and a
tall, grey-eyed boy was in the picture
a boy whose chivalry and tenderness
never failed���whose friendship ^vas
like a safe rock that never tottered
or changed.
Miles knows���Miles can- do���this
had been her quaint' declaration when
she found that her good natured, but
weak father, and her querulous'moth-,
er, were unable to give her tlie help
she needed. Miies can do. And
"MIIeTliW"_lWa"ysTlon_"wli a t-slie-most
wanted. Then came the years when
her childhood's friend was away, sol"
dering ln the East, the years when
she had neither seen or heard-of him
(for Miles was never- much of a
scribe) and her busy hospital life had
driven him, not, from her heart, but
from her daily thoughts. And into,
those daily thoughts Oliver had come.
Oliver Dynecourt, the handsome
young dresser, the liouse surgeon, of
whom such great things were prophesied, the clever eager enthusiasts, who
had seemed, to. Dorothy tc sum up
within himself all that was Lest and
manliest, !'<*.d made pas-'G.&te love to
her.' And she had given him of tho
Those, hospital pi.t'.ir's faded.
There followed the slowu..corroding
misery of the day. when her father
and mother were helpless burdens
on,her hands, nnd she had, perforce,
to use all. her strength and youth and
capacity to keep them in ovon comparative comfort. The dreary lodgings,1 the monotonous days of work,
varied by attendance on > an ��� invalid
mother, who mado every trifle an occasion for grumbling, and saw nothing
good under tho sun; tho sordid efforts to mako two ends meet���ail
theso had nearly crushed hope and
heart out.of her.
And thon Miles had come home, and
asked her to marry hlni. lie wus
a poor soldier In thoso days, but lr.
wns not for IiIb poverty Hint she had
refused lilm, but becauso, though
friendship niul old affection wero his,
her lovo belonged to another man.
And afterwards, this picture roso
most H early of nil, Afterwards,
Mllo3 hud como again, with Hint
strango, bewildering offer, which had
ended ho strangely.
To bo hia wlfo for a year, just for
tho lnst year of his life, and then, to
go to Oliver, with full liumlH, lunula
fllled by Miles' Ron.ro.lty, this wnB
what sho hnd agreed to do, nnd Oliver
Imd rat ifi I'd Iiur agreement. Her
pacing reused, Sho liad reached tlm
lower lei-nice beyond the pergola of
rosoB, and i--tiindlng silently there, hor
uyon looltln.,' out .'ic.oij.i llio hoii ot.
country to the far bluo hill?, a new
thought gripped at lior heart. Oliver
had ratified that agreement, Hut. if
MHph liad been In Ollver'n. place,
would lio (iho thought cnnio upon her
llko a lightning flntih), would ho have
Hold her for a moss of potlaK-? And
in answer to hor own (juration, she
laughed, a low laugh of triumph,
Ik'foro her own thought nho recoiled
hut It would not havo her. Only It
Hooiiir-il a a tlunij.li Ml Ion' faco rofic ont
nf tho fii_.il ]_uul��c.'i|io at ]��.r foot.
Miles* tnc.e, strong, tender, steadfast,
a,.,        , !.,,,, ,    ,
1.1,1a    .���....!     .ji,��   HiuliUI   ill..,   ||i:i o    \.,,,l
n love \WO (n their i.opiVta, ^iift with
a llltlo stlMod sob, Hho put out her
hnndrt to hlni, crying: Mile?, Mile?,
all! Miles, you have taught mn to
low tho highest.
1 liavn novcr nonn such a wonder-
fled, Clare answered, a proud ring ia
her voice, he says there is every rear
son to be sure Sir Miles will do well.
He aBked for you before he left, but
you,were In the park, no one, oould
find you.  ���
I could ���not bear'the house,'Dorothy _ voice was dreamy, Clare's,.words
about her husband beat in her" brain
like a chime of Bweet toned' bellB.
I am sorry I missed Mr. Dynecourt",
I should have liked to have said, thank-
you.-' , [     ,-.7.
He will come down. for "the first
dressing. Meanwhile,;herIs leaving
the local man ln charge, of rtli"o case���
and~. ,' ^   ���      ....   ,:.
As long as you are-charge of the
"case, Dorothy answered with a smile,
1 am sure everything will go right. 1
can trust even Miles' life ln your
bauds. . ,
Some new note in hei* friend's voice
made Claro,glanco at her keenly, but
Dorothy's eyes did not meet hers,
.they were looking out into the starry
night, and her lips wero parted In a
smile of infinite content.
' But all the anxiety a,ud suspense
woro not yot at an end. For many
days Miles lay In a condition of such
extreme ,weakness,-'that the' serious
question arose,' whether, In. spite of
the successful operation, he woijld
gather up sufilclont strength to recover. And to" those who watched
by him most closely, it "seemed as
though ho lacked vitality, lacked the
Will to make a*fresh beginning of life.
Sister Claro was tho first to notice
this', and the doctor corroborated-her
observation,,whilst to.Dyncourt, when
ho came down to ��� see how matters
were" progressing, the same thing was
self-evident. ^ " i      ���
Dorothy had elected that for-01iver_s
mind It, would be wiser that they
should not meet; in a letter to -him she
had expressed .the deep gratitude she
felt,' but on the day of his coming she
kept to her room with a,feigned headache, and the surgeon's opinion of 'her
husband was conveyed to her by
Clare,' "
Mr. Dynecourt says that something
is keeping Sir Miles from getting on'
tha.Sister said;, he can't understand
what it ls, neither "can" I. ��� But "Sir
Miles doesn't seem to have the will to
live, she added thoughtfully;, he is
making no real effort to get well: ln
fact,' sho, spoke moro slowly, sometimes I. think���he���almost -wants to
die.    - ���   , -
The words startled Dorothy, a great
stab of pain shot through her.   '
-Wants,to die" sha repeated mechanically . \
Yes. ' If it were not too. absurd to
be possible, 1 should say he feels as"
If it would be better just to slip quietly-out ,'of life, not lo -make any. effort
to get well. I may be wrong, but
that is how it strikes ine. I wonder
wlVatherTou can rouse him, Dor-
othy?v  ���
OF LAW 8unr
/'    :	
Court Asked to Decide Whether ehe
Is Properly Reared or Not���^
, Tracked by Detectives
-,. In-Paris, a rather'strange question
whether, a little girl of ,9' had heen
well brought up was argued solemnly
ln the Paris law courts on the evidence of sheriff's officers who had
been set to watch her,-manners" at
* ,The little girl, Mile! Olsele,- ls the
daughter of a'Paris doctor. He and
his wife separated- eighteen months
ngo, and tho mother, who was given
the custody' of the child, has since
married again. The father petitions
to have the child given into his care
on tho ground: that she is belug
badly brought up. The officer^appointed by the father reported ��� that
ho sat at the next tablo at Dieppe.
The little girl leaned her elbows, on
tho table, laughed ostentatiously,
spoke loudly and made .herself remarked by her language and attitude.
When her father reproached her she
only laughed or'mado faces at him.
But' the. officer ��� for the other sido
found that at a Bols de Boulogne restaurant Mile. Glsele's manners wero
Irreproachable, except that she soma-
���times"*took up her bread and bit it
Instead of breaking it with her fin-
tiers, .that 'she helped herself to tho
salad with her fingers, <ind occasionally forgot to wipe her mouth after
drinking. She handled her' knife
and fork properly, sat up well at table,
never raised,lier voice louder than'a
little lady ought'to do and always an��
swered her mother with a smile. "When
finger bowls were brought Mile.
Gisele showed her'good-breeding by
moistening lier lips and" the tips of her
fingers"and drying them with her table
napkin. '���- "���' " ��
The judges decided to take time for
v-   W��' cfter One Hiin_r��_-DoHar.s.;Rew��r_
for any c��Ee o? 'O.tarrh that cannot be
!,cuied by Tiall's Catnrrh Cure.   "     '   Y
F.  J.  CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
We. the '"ndc-signed, have known. F.
.1".  C!ie:'."y'foJ- *ho last lB-yeavs, am! be.
llevo him perfecll" hor.est !n nil lmslne.s
. tr&nsact!ov< an.l financially able to carry
out any obligation-:\made by Wa firm.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfac2.~. of tho system. Testimonials
sent'free.     Price 75'cents   per,   bottle.
Sold by all Druggists.
Take Ha'.i's Family Pills for constipation. .    ** .    "
French Anarchists Issue, Bold Manifesto Against International  ������,.
In Paris, In-order to put a stop to
war, should France become Involved
in an international conflict, the French
anarchists, have' issued a manifesto recommending, sabotage in the, army.
Asxa consequence M. Jules Leco'mte,
secretary of the Communist Anarchist Federation, has been arrested on
tho charge of Inciting to theft,-pillage,
and murder. The Incriminating manifesto declares:-
The, Communist Anarchist Federation, which comprises all the '..anarchists in-this" country, is preparing in
a practical mann.r the sabotage of the
army and of the'mobilization in'case
of war. We shall take advantage of
the disarray caused by war to realize
the social ..revolution and to Install
communism.   A
They recommend the sabotage of locomotives, the unbolting of rails, the
gutting of the telegraph wires, the destruction of bridges and tunnels and
the railway rolling stock.
It is pointed out that in the barracks
many things can be saboted, particularly the guns. Also the military
aeroplanes and. dirigibles can be rendered useless and the horses poisoned.  '      .. " ; '
1 Too Easy for Him
"'Can'I sell you a ^vacuum cleaner,
ma'am? said the agent at the door.
,You cannot; replied- the lady". IE
'I didn't make my husband beat rugs
every now and ther? he might, forget
that he'Is'marrled. ,   _.
'.- No Skill Required    <
. Litigant���Your fee.'Is outrageous.
Why, it's more than three-fourths.of
what I recovered. .
Lawyer���I furnished the skill and
the legal learning for your case.
Litigant���-But I furnished ihe case.
Lawyer���Oh, anybody can fall down
a coal hole.  ��� '*        'A
Continuous Performance.
" Wifey���Henry, I will have to have
some new" clothes' this spring."
Hubby���Good heavens, how long Is
this thlng-to go on? ' That's jti9t
wha. you said last fall.
Proved His Case
Every.one.knew Jonathan'Skinflint
as a millionaire, with the ��� exception
so" it appeared, of Skinflint'himself."
He invariably wore the "shabbiest of
clothes and 13 reported to have dined ���
one day .on a couple of peas and a'
grape skin. -���..-.
One day an old friend endeavored tp
persuade, the miser' to dress .better..
I am-surprised, he said. -;thatAyou
should let yourself'become so shabby t"
But I am-.not, shabby, expostulated
Skinflint.-/ -" , ' '.'-��� -" , '.- ; ;��� ���
., Oh, yes you are, replied the friend.-
Rememhekyour father. ��� He was always neatly dressed.'- His . clothes
were very handsome.      ,      A
Skinflint gave utterance to a hearty
laugh. Why, Ue shouted - triumphantly", these clothes I've got on now
wero father's.    ''      -    ���*      " . .;
With the Tide
It had been raining for twenty-four -
hours, and tho ground was more liko
a lake than a football field; ^but tho
referee could not see his way to postpone the match-. - ���. ���
.Surely,yon aren't going"io make ut
play in this? asked.the visiting captain.-     ,.
Of course you must play, declared
the" man with-the whistle. Now.
don't hang about. You've won.the"
toss. '' Which end are you taking?
', Oh, well, came the reply, with a sigh
of- resignation,,^ reckon we'd' better
kick with the tide.' '."  '-��� '.
'-..'���'   Some Paradox
The, aeroplane is hereto stay   '   ,
Would'st know the'reason why?
Because���well,-,written records,'say���
The aeroplane can fly.'   '        -������ .    -
The truth,,!., if it-couldn't go
That "it -would  have to,  don't��yo_
.know, - ��� ,    ,    ���", AA '
It, is _ distressing ,to" think , that .1
number of innocent \babes of today
will develop Ihto^ United^States senators .-'������'      '' ���'-*������;-.     .    -
'   In Olden Days.
Old man Aesop had just promised
his wife he woul." be home; early. ���'
, You don't seem to put "much dependence "In liis "promise? remarked^
the; friend.
'��� No, laughed Aesop's wife; I thought
perhaps it might be-another of hi3 "
fables. ������'     , .-"���'���".    ;
"  .Reliable -' '. -"
' Congratulations, old    man.   .- How'
much floes your new baby weigh? ���
���A ton. ���-. ��������� A    ' '...."   .-.
"   Quit your kidding. ;"
-   Honestly..   I ^m'.a-coar'dealer and.
I. weighed the boy oii my ownscales.
Whether I,can* rouse him? Dorothy
repeated, though she was obviously
not thinking of the words sho spoke".
Yes?.-you. He brightens up.,when
j you are.in tlie room, and afterwards,
it seems as though he voluntarily
dragged himself- back into weakness
again. -L can't explain It, but" it iri
really whaiAl say. lt Is almost as
if he was trying to die.
But, he shan't die, Dorothy 'saki
slowly, a great .light coming into her
eyes, he shan't die, now because I am
going to fight' for his life, 1��� she
drew a long breath, I am going to
make him want io live.
Clare loolwd at Iter wonderingly, so
radiant a light shono in her. eyes, io
vivid a color flashed into licv~faco,->aud
though her words \yore arffienlgma tci
the Sister, she saw that DoVothy had
some inward and convincing certainty
ot success.
Would it hurt,Miles, she nsked aflt.r
a pause, and in her manner Claro noticed a certain shy, sweet hesitation,
would it hurt Miles if I told him something that surprised hlni.
Would it please as well as surprise
him? Claro questioned.
Yes���I���think so, Dorothy laughed
softly, I do moro than think���I am sure
ho will ho pleased.
Thon certainly tell him, camo the
prompt reply. He noeils rousing In
Bomo gentle, happy wny, lie nco'ls
to bo mado to long for life and to
cling to lt, .    -
Dorothy sang whilst, she dressed,
sang as sho leant far out of the window to drink in -the hot, rose-scented
air tlmt onmo drifting in across tlio
giirden, and eho laughed softly again
when she stood beforo lior long glass,
surveying her own Imago reflected
Miles HUcn 1110 b-'st in whiU.', she
whispered, nnd looking into hor own
shining pyoK nlio Hushed nil over lior
Tho gown tbe woro was vory simple, I'lislilonod only of whlto niunlin
and mndo vory plainly, Ita long flowing Much Hliowlng tho slntoly grnoo of
her llguri.', Inlo her walat-holt .he
had fliniBl. a (loop crimson roso, 11
glowing patch of color upon lho white-
ness of lirr gown, Ah "tbo looked nt
her own lull form, nt tho Hoft, flush on
her face, tho light ih hor grey eyet, tlio
brlghlnoRfi of her hnlr, film smiled bnr.lt
nt lier reflection, and wlilfiporrd under hor breath---
Wiil allien long for life and cling ��,o
It when ho seos--and knows���
With a laugh and n di'Oponcd.fliifin
Bho broke ol'f Jior sentence, and turning awny from the glasH walked slowly from tho room anu nlong tlio corridor to Jilk����' door. Iler tio.pt ubick-
oned fill sho fippronrhcd it, nnd for
lMilH_t   M:i,<liu.-'   flu)  Jjtlu.ia   out emir,  ut-
iv\o:'t if; \\\o:\"h -ho wore puminonln"
up ronrngo lo knock nnd onlnr.'Uut
whon nt lnst she did enter tho room
In riiapuusu to Milts' conn.* in, sho
walked nci'OBS Ihe floor with no per.
coptlblo hcMtiitluii, nnd  her inniinor
���   * a
,1 ,. C   ', V.. ,'    '-l  ..-.   ,   . '  t ,    a.^.'.;-- ...  <. .
He tnii.t not be nUrlled. wn?. her
thmight. and lur volcr, at kIio wUhetl
hi in "Good morning," and spoko of the
]uv<'llncen of the August day, showed
I no traco of finy unusuiil emotion,
ought to nmkft hia fori lino. 1 never j MU.a looktd up nt hnr, hl�� hoart
Aronmt Hint /myorif- ronM }),<_vr ftm-,,-*! \n ),]n f,yf.t,. )hw Itn'rlliiPSM Htnu-k!
it. > I him ns ���.ojiwIlilii'T tivtb; bo rii>liM_il|
Anil, TVirriiliv's voW  .honk, Iip \* \ \n.ufly. without un\.ti'!*tuniltng It. Hnt.
rnllPflrd with  Mil.-���������)7   ll��>r own vWi j llif-rr wn�� a ut w llghi In nor oyoi, mA \
to lift; husbands 10:1111, when Bho utooili .uunethlng In the Riiiile Hint trembled
unu-hlr-: hN   unrnrwloii-;   far.-",   hai   iii.n-.it Ii.t ll|>.�� wh'di UKulo him toA\
No Danger \
City Cousin���But Cousin Bben.'you
can't go' to the party 'in those clothes.
Your grandfather wore those at least
forty years ago.'    ���' "A
Cousin Ebn���That's- all right.   You
don't suppose there'll be anybody at
you? 'A
"There Is no poisonous Ingredient'in
Holloway's Corn Cure, and it can bo
used without-danger of injury.
'Uses an Antidote
:I shouldn't, think you could stand it
.to associate with .Tones so much. He
is wrong in tho head on the subject
of chickens, and you must know lt.
He talk's about.them In his sleep,
thinks about them during the sermon,
and interrupts an intelligent,.baseball
conversation to give us the scores his
hens made last week., " Ho would put]
hie to .the bad in a week. '
You don't, know how to utilize hlni,
I would bo templed to iise him as a
punching bag. ���   .  . *���
You- are loo Impotnoua, Now, I
find'.1 ones a valuable ally. When
.Blnko comes along and starts talking
'.abciut his baby I'wait until he has to
tlraw'a breath and thon. mention
chickens. . That sets Jones going, and
1 slip q.ut aud let .them enjoy themselves. I turn over all bores to him,
on the theory that like cures llko.
Mlnard't  Liniment Curet -Garget\ln
The standard
of excellence
in kid gloves.
o      Advancement
There Ib a rhyme, you will recall,
Wliich says Ine fnrmor feedoth "all,
1. know that, used to be the way,
Hut It. Is not. the enso today.
Tlio farmer turns tho basis In.
And then tlio monkey shines begin.
Tho follows who adulterate
Work enr-ly, often, booh and late,
They tnko 'ho products to tho mine..,
They   tnko  tho  roots  and   creeping
Thi'y grind up luok-J and shovel aand
Or anything Dint comes to hand-
Old bricks, umbrella rims and hats  "
And Bprnk It softly, alloy cats���
Mix with,tho it tiff tho funncr brought
If by tlio government untaught.
All duly sensqi'Od lo thn taHtc,
On this a pure food label pnsto
And put It lu the market place.
Whero folka mny buy to.feed tholr
Thr runner legend dooa hot flt,      ,
lio Ih helped out a littlo bit,
Worms' teed upon tho vitality .if
children and endanger their liven. A
simple nnd itfocllvo curo Is Mother
Graves' Worm Kxternilinuor.
.-���GRAIN-  -
The only sure, snd patlufactory wny In which the Treatem Farmer
ran secure tho highest possiblo market vnluo for Ills wheat, oats, bnrley and
flax Ih by shipping; It by tho cnrload.to Fort William ov Port Arthur, or to
Duluth If earn,.cannot bo got for tho othor terminals (loadlnc tt lf possiblo
direct Into the,cm- ovor tho loadlnct platform bo nn to snvo ricvator clinrf.cn
"  ,rl<'" ....
mi4 docltngo) and employing a strictly commission llrm to handle and dispose of lt,
Wo contlnuo to act ns tho Fnrmors' Agents nololy on a commission basis.'
Wis nro itot tracltbuyors nml wo novor buy tlio Farmers'. Brain on' onr. own
account, but look after ancl dlsposo of tho Rraln entrusted to us, aa the
agents of thoso who employ us, and it Is our'doslro and endeavor to civ��
avevyono tbo vory hnst-sorvlco possible, Wo mako llnoi-al uovuncfs aealnst
enr slilppliii. bills, nnd will also carry tho grain for a timo under advance* M
11.moderate commercial rato of Interest, if considered advl.huie. Wo invite
all Farmers to wrlto to us for shlpplnc Instructions and market Information,
etc. "    ' >      '
Thompson Sons & Company
��� m^      IU1, w J V*. 1, \** t, t        V   _t,l_. \.   r. t' ***-!_
fouiulctl In hor cava, whon lain thut
evening,, the tired Sli-lcr resigned lior
post to Ilio night inn-Bo, nud cann
Into tlio boudoir; this oiu-ratlon will
mako   Mr.     Dynecoiirl     faiuoiiit.    It
They Cost Money
ITo la gct'Jng rich by Having
Tlmt. Is thn only way,
Hut too expensive.
Hoe how much It costs hlni to gel
i in; m.
flonrgo novcr told a alnglo Me.
Wo know Hint fact full well,
On ono point htotory floeniR nhy-���
Wbnt didn't William TiAl'l
I tent hor awiy with n sooro of now
t N'.'trn t'Mrlng nl hor hoart. I'or old
' r.*irf" ^U'M;!'.'��i f!iv \vaa, Va" s-'!{.'h' i'f
! llw mnn sh" h.ul onlv known uprlclit
I ..!.r! rtrniir, tylr.n proi'lrntc with whit.
��"-t faro, baft rdiivi>.t niinrmd h��r.
,  i- -1     ..111-,   ,,ii<>    li.llli.-.    Illllli I \ (.'11    ���� T, \> ll>    lUIHU: Will lli:i    aal'IC!    II
t    Mr.  I\vnorotirf !'��� more Mian fa*lt-  no mystery to '.he rmull hoy
lhat Shin wnt a more bewitching Dor
olbv Minn ho had ovor seen lifcfr.,,-
rnv.l lii�� puluo. <s!1l'ii''""'-
(To lie Continued)
Why angleworms worn Invntrd is
Too Shallow
Whal alls him?
A rollcRo education.
Trying to put a quart of knowiedgo
Into a pint measure, I presume.
tlio lilt* cf [t
OKlman���Yoii ought lo know until",
thing ubunl lUn.t and il;..t :o,l ut
thing. Tell me, what la a tor&elmo.
Subl'iibs���Wliy, it's a piece of ultlug
that your wife tics arouud your (inuor,
when yon 10 in town on an crraml.
Wuh llu, kU.alci.uuiU if (ho. ;iw:!i
r,o cradlo noith.r EMln nor babies]
any longer. J
_ Without
; Chimneys
builders' and
ings for every
sort of purpose.
iiAlmost invariably   they ttie
warm and comfortable in
cold weather by the
WhA!""vor ftif-
nticca or ordinary
stoves cannot be used;-
or wherever ordinary heat is not aurticlent-there you
find need for one of these handy Perfecfion Heaters.
If you've, a house without a chimney, or a cold
apare room, or a balky furnac., you wiJl appreciate the
Perfection Heater,       #
Mtde with nic.el ttimming;* (pl��in'��U��l ot tiuiuc'.ed luinuoUe-
blue drum��).  . Ornamenul.    Inexpcnalve.    LattN for yeira.
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j > "*      %     - '    *."  ~'    .        "��������� -������'���������, "a'     *.   ���������>���������*    I *R  -fe";',,:       -     A;  .r .   ���������- a ,.  ��������� !-    .     *���������"  THE -NEWS,, CUIMBERLAKD, E.G.  T-*���������  NtRVMJS  MElWOMEN  are actually.;weak; i"urir  down^rthey are slowly  , deteriorating���������they need  .strength and nourishment  for body and '.brain,  ., Scott's Emulsion corrects  nervousness���������it is essentially a  .odd���������a concentrated, nourishing, curative food to restore the  healthy action of body cells,.  ������ fortify the blood, sharpen the  appetite,1 make-strength,  health, energy arid vigor.  As pure as milk, it is readily  assimilated���������nourishes every  , organ arid every tissue.," ^ Phy-'  sicians "everywhere' recommend Scott's Emulsion with  absolute confidence in its  beneficial results. Don't wait.  ���������start how, but insist on  SCOTT'S. ?" &  , No alcohol or drugs.,,  ���������   J_*ott & Bowne. Toronto, Ontario 12-65'  ,h  ';h'[,',.: Made a .Difference " '._���������  " _���������>' tfri.ie/rHeriry Altman had'^two-year  ,old',colt;o������.Nwh.'i'c_ he'was very proud.  Many. were the-,disputes.ho. had with  his"neighbors-oyer the weight of" the  a'nlnia'i;aud;'he "considered thatit.was  jealousy that;"caused many of'them  who Kwei*e'regarded as experts to' put  the "weight"'1 at' a tfgur.e' a few 'hundred,  pounds below the weight on which he  ���������'-had sot his.heart., .......   ���������.  One day he sent hlni to .towri-lwlth  tho. .boys-,to have him weighed'.a A.  few days later,a neighbor came'along  and" said to-him: ':   ,���������.'.'"-'���������'  .Well, -Uncle .Henry,:,? did ..the - colt  weigh as much-as you expected?..;""  He-.might, have ��������� been--a ..trifle- shy,  'said the old-man,;,but;! can.,explaln  that.  ' It was all������_; account of a mistake 'by the':_bpys~. \ -I told; them to  have liini'.weighed - on 'a"'-jscale"1they  - weigh "coal "on'"to sell,s and. thpy. had  , him \veighed'o_ the.scales ot-a. fellow  who buys'haj'. -'���������_,A~; ..,"*.-��������� "-irY.    '  KAISER IS    ASKED TO    ACT    AS  .   PEACEMAKER  Rulers of Austria and Turkey Appeal  ." for .Hia  Friendly:" Intervention  From* Berlin, the .'German em-  .peror has apparently: been intrusted  by the Austrian emperor,.his*.ally,"and  by. .the;sultan.;hl3 friend,,with'-a "difiU  cult double task, ��������� f\rst, of ^ intervening" in the Austro-Servian difficulty,  andsecond,.of obtaining fronV Eulgar-  ia^more moderate1 peace terms. , ���������  -��������� -.Whether tho������kalser will-be successful in both cases is doubtful, but there  are signs that ho has set to work with  'will. In" the first instance, the kaiser  -will.. In he first instance, the kalsor  used "all his personal influence-to.obtain a promise from*, the Russian gov-  eminent that Servia could not 'count  on Russian support for.her.demands,  regarding Albania and; the Adriatic,  and Russia has now'given this promise, as lai Indicated in a semi-official  telegram to Hho Cologne Gazette:''.*'1 .'4  Russian support ;of ��������� Servian, .policy  ,stops where the Servian territorial  claim" on Albanl ��������� begins, - says . thU  journal.-" Russia is^not likely to allow, .the-partition of Albania"1. ,Wb have  every reason to be sure, of that..:. -  The other task which'the "kaiser has  been "asked to undertake-ls due to an  autograph letter from the sultan^ pre--  sente.d by the Turkish" ambassador.  Tlie sultan reminds tlie kaiser of old  German-Turki3h friendship^', and' expresses-the hope that his' majesty's  influence in Sofia and his" friendly relationship with King Ferdinand ..will  enable liim.to obtain' reasonable peace  terms for . Turkoy, . especially terms  safeguarding. Turkey?s.;'dignity "*as '*_���������  'sovereign power". It lS,j. doubtful  whether the kaiser',,will:b0Aablb^o  take ihe Initiative of'such a-personal1'  step.^ as ������������������since the beginning of 'the.  war,.the'question has been watched  equally by all the great powers. On  the other hand; It is. obviou. that any  such step as ls demanded by the sultan would be considered in Sofia as  unfriendly meddling.. 'A-  ,     *'-.._  WOMErTS-LONG TRIP  FOR  WOMAN  SUFFRAGE  MOVING   PICTURES Alff" TO  ���������     " 'BERY.'" oV  ROB-  :a:  Six Walk From, Edinburgh to London  With Petition to Prime Minister    -  Th.Blx young-anil 'pretty "women suffragists in' brown .and, green  who have'marched, from" Edinburgh  with-a petition to'the'"prime "minister  completed ' their journey. -They  tramped 398 miles'In five, w������eks., ,  Tally-Hb Corner/ Firicliley,_wa_ the  starting,poiric o..tIie.last;stage.'/ A  procession of 4000 or 5000 sympathizers joined the'baiid and"td'the stirring  strains of the "Women's March" and  "See the Conquering Hero Comes,"  the ' women marched to Trafalgar  square, whero .a demonstration was  held.       ' ' '    . ��������� '        ���������-"   -*    ���������'  .Mrs.-do Fonblnnque; the.organizer  of the. campaign,-' was al their .head  and the-cart containing'the petition  bvo.ight un the rear'. After the demonstration two .of tho marchers, Mrs.  do Fonblan.ue and'Miss-.Byham, tooa  -the petition to 10 Downing street,  where it was "received by oho of Mr.  Asquith's secretaries.  All along our march,\ve found every  class of person,' exceptingtthe.hooU-.  gan, absolutely -friendly' towards*rus,'  said Mrs.'de Fonblanquo, and hi" all  parts of the "country wo have, beea  Incited to kill Lloyd George.'   ��������� <��������� _,  ���������Usually wo .'Had,breakfast at 8.SO  and fell In to start walking at 9.30 or  10':. ..Luncheon.was"a yo,y light affair  of bread arid cheese by. the wayside,  .a'nd'-'asa-rule we.reached our-'night's  headquarters''about"6 o'clock."  ';_. On ''an"average we walked fifteen  miles a day. except on Sundays when  "we, rested,- but of course sometimes we  .put in an. extra ten'miles,or more.'. '"  On more" thani.o'he'occaslon w...were  the'guests of the townpeoplel ,��������� Except  though, for those-spells of hospitality  we���������each stood our��������� own expenses.  Roughly speaking, I should say we did  it on ?3,.25,a week per head.;  Mlnerd't  Liniment! Curea  Dlphtherli  "This "Responsible Party  , I-ani looking for the man'higher  up, said the .'Btern officer of- the law,  st.pplng stealthily, into "the, mahogany ",. furnished office of-Percy. Pigs-  feet, the originator and head perpetrator of the''odorous cigar clipper,  trllSt'.''        -������������������'-..,.    A      ,.   :'       ������������������������������������.-,  ��������� Percy tossed-, the better, .two-thirds  of a-forty cent'cigar into the cut  glass cuspidor and trembled visibly'.  Well he knew on whose trail the relentless sleuths of-the law were camping, but ho determined ��������� to bear the  blows ���������with fortitude. ���������  ���������--.The'-man higher up? ho 'inquired  .Jelly.;    ���������.���������-..-     ���������.    y. -'.  Yes, hissed.,the detective, biting a  chunk, out of the back of a chair, In  unison to show that he meant business. a       ���������.-*,- .���������  ,  Oh, very well, said Percy, touching  a button nnd turning,,to a messenger  ns ho',eaid: Call tho offlco boy. Some  men.-aro lie^p after, liim.   ..'-'���������  A Pill for Brain .Workers,���������Tbo  man who works with hia brains ls  more llablo to'derangement of tho dl-  -gestlvo system than .the man ��������� who  ' works with his hands, because the one  cnlln upon his nervous energy while  tho "'other applies only his muscular  strength. Drain fag begets Irregularities of tho stomach and livor, and  tho best remedy that can bo used is  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. Tlicy  aro specially compounded for such  cnseii nnd all those who use thom can  certify to tholr superior power.  Novel/Swindle Worked by-Thleyes On  - Their Too Confiding' Victims  'Franz Kugler, resident of Berlin, a  retired draper, while-, walking along  tho.banks of-itie"Rhine, near Cologne,  was'victimized in a curious ,<.way by  sharpers. .  On arriving at a cross-road, , Herr  Kugler surprised two rough-looking  >meu In 'the act of robbing a young arid  elegantly dressed woman. '  7 Alone and unarmed as he was Herr  Kugler 'was unable" to "interfere, but  lie coughed loudly," and the me'u took  to their'heels. ���������'.-..'  -*-^Wlille-ho-wagibeIng-effusively-thank--  ed by." tbe young woman, a well:dress-  ed stranger emerged from behind a  boulder, and stating that he -was the  manager of a cinematograph company,  thanked Herr Kugler for the appropriate part he had taken" ln the little  comedy.' He then. proposed that  Herr Kugler should join the company  as a cinematograph actor.  . Herr Kugler accepted, and soon after'It was his turn to be attacked and  robbed by the robbers'. Accordingly  he allowed himself to bo,deprived of  his watch and chaiivhls purso, and his  pocket book, after which ho was  knocked down and stunned.'  ' On regaining consciousness and obtaining no answer to his cries he discovered that he had been duped'.  CAN NOW WORK  wrayoMFORi  The"*Old ..Pain's and Aches are, Now  Only a Memory     "Ac _-���������_*  Tells of the  Pheasant Visits a Town  A flno plump young cock plm'-  saiu which ilew Into M.olbourno stroet,  Royston,,Herts, allghtbd In tho roadway, and was promptly captured by a  motor scout stationed close by.  ..���������������������������II.   1>l ���������W_M>  Much of tlio original sin to bo observed about us doesn't show, many  signs ot orlfilnnllty.  ��������������� II ������������������ M -I III HI . I aWMWH^HM  A bright man will know whether ho  Is guilty oc not boforo a jury .tolls him,  *   i ai n 11���������n���������������������������w������������������������������������__-_-���������  Many a man who trios to bo a ray  of Hiiiishino only succeeds ln becoming  a post,  Wonderful Benefits  tained From  Ob-  ifflnrmii^iiinnffi  Your Liver  is ���������  up  That*. Why You're Tatd���������Oat *t  Sorts-7ic.ee no Appetite.  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  will put you right  in a {ew days,  They do ���������  their duty.  ;, Cure  Consli'  pation,  Bilioamcss, Indigestion, an. Sick Headache.  Small Pill, Small Dote, Smnll Price. -  Genuine _mst.������_ Signature  MWHWvrvmrmwFmwv*  "PEARLS AS AN  INVESTMENT  PRINCE  KNITS MITTENS  Clothing..Made for Poor,   by;. Queen,  -Son arid Daughter - . A' '  v it Is reporteda'that prince .George,  their majesties', fourth son, is-something more than a lively boy'who will  be 10 years of age this month. ��������� -  ���������J-ie'has developed the unusual talent  for a'.boy of knitting. ,' And so'expert  Is he--with with needle and wool that  ho hai knitted a pair of red mittens  for'*the London Needlework Guild. '���������  o His. work with that of Queen and  Pririce.S'rMary, is-included, in an exhibition at'the' Imperial . Institute,  South'Kensington.  'The to-taj number of, articles contributed "this year by members of the  guild'is 60,230,/and all will shortly  be distributed free to tbe sick and  poor. A  Prince Georgo has also presented  two woolen scarfs arid two. pairs of  sbeks,'while Prince Albert and Prince  Henry present' two pairs of socks,  none of-the articles being their-own  work.. '    ,,',-'  ��������� ���������"  ._  Queen Mary, has worked hard, how--  "ever/ in, making six petticoats for  children, while Princess Marjr, has  mado.no. .fewer than nine' woolen  hoods, one.pair of mittens;' one comforter and"one"hug-me-tlght jacket;  CRIMINAL  FOR 52 YEARS  The nian   who   lives   beyond  moans pays'for it, If not,In cash,  hia  Second Choice  I hear that tho Ilrownn' nro going  to lend thn Blmplo lifo this ainnmor.  Tlint Ih newt to me.  That thny urn to llt'n that wny?  No; that Drown is so deeply involved.    .  Old Woman-Lives 4on Her-. Wits and  Uses Motorcars'  In Paris, a vory;;'',e*itraordInary  old ''woman of 70 years, who. calls herself Mme. Aqtiatlta; but.whose real  name is Ileleae Bolsmriel, -was arrost-  cd by tho Paris Pollco.  ��������� Sho bag, been an Invalid for* year's  and has driven about Paris in motorcars, and -beforo motorcar, wero invented, ln carriages, obtaining small  sums of money by falso pretences and  working eight hours every day at tlio  business.  Mmo. Aqtiatlta has been a criminal  for fifty-two yoars. Iler method was  to drive up-to small shops in different  corners of tho town, make a small purchase, nnd instead of paying, borrow  as inuoh monoy as sho thought sho  could get, bocauso sho had como out  without her purso.  CIRCLED BY A TORPEDO  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Like many another Newfoundlander living'far from doctors, Mr."Stone  feels unbounded gratitude '".' for the  rbenef!tS'Obtained-f!'om_tli9_use_o������_Dx..,  Chase's Kidney-Liver, Pills...-' .-  ' '.For years he had "suffered from "A  congested, condition of the'Ji ver-and  kidneys, with headaches, backaches,  pains in limbs and body A, * Words fail  to describe his sufferings; as well as  the gratitude he want's to "express fov  the cure.  ��������� Mr. A.lex J. Stone,: West,-;PoInt,  Nf Id., writes':���������"I suppose you'thought  I had-forgotten all about you whon  I got Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills,  but I haven't. 'You miiBt excuse amis-  takes, for. like many Newfoundland  mon I have not much oducatlon, but  I'want to thank you many times for  y,our medicine. ���������  " "J-cannot"tell you. what I suffered  from".liver nnd kidney dorangements,  Indigestion'and constipation, nor can  I find words'to express how much good  this medlclno has,dono mo. I fe<=>l  better than I havo for live years and  havo given some of thoso .pills to  friends, who tell mo they havo done  them a wonderful lot of good. I  want to express my heartfelt gratitude  for tho benefit derived from' tho great  medlclno."  Dr.' Chase's Kldney-Llver Pllla,. om  pill a doso, 25c, a box,'at all dealers  or Edmnnsou, Bates & Co,, Limited,  Toronto.  m. .... ,  1���������.  No Slie'to It  Ho Is a big man���������In his own opinion. '  . Don't seo how that could bo.  " Why?  Novcr thought ho had tho capacity  to carry an opinion of any dimension.   '  ,   Sacrificing  .He married--a woman.who"likes to  work.  That-Is lucky for him,and pleasant  too.- .- A   ��������� -i-.-   '.  Oh, I- d'onT-know.  Why? A ' ���������  ' , .  X'  ��������� She believes in self sacrifice and 13  inclined to deny herself the pleasure.  ���������i- ������������������ JS O - tJ "C a ul * ~  Steady' Increase In' Price Mako Them  , ���������- Good Speculation ��������� ... >  . In London, pearls bought-as an Investment are' extremely popular today,  said- the manager of Messrs. Elklng-  tdn's yesterday.  During the last ten.years they have  increased in price' by jaiore than 50  per cent, "and at the��������� moment the demand for them is greater than ever.'  There la little' fluctuation ln tho'sup"  ply, which is.��������� controlled by a.pearl*  fishing ring, and tho "number of jewels  thrown'for a sec6dd"tlriio on the market is riot enough sufficient to mako  much'difference-.  The consequence, U "th&t many peoplo are buying pearls, jiist as ���������������������������they  might buy securities, confident ot a  considerable further increase ln their  value���������lt bas'been Gper cent per  year for some time���������with tho additional assurance that they form beautiful  .ornaments....  Pearls, ho added, will be the dominant note of high-class jewelry this  $ea,son. ���������_ ' .  OII for Toothache.���������There Is no  pain :so��������� acute and distressing, as  toothache. When you have so'unwelcome a visitor apply Dr.' Thomas'  Electric Oil according to directions  and you .will find immediate relief.  It touches the'nerve with soothing' effect and tho pain departs at once.  That it will ease toothache ls another  fine quality .of.,this OU, showing-the  many uses.it has.'', ���������  SANOL  RELIABLE CURE ;  for Gall Stones, Kidney Trou- ���������  ble, . Kidney    and    Bladder  Stones',   Gravel,    .- Lumbago,  TJrlo Acid/ ."-"'���������.  Price' $1.50,   Most   Leading.  s" Druggists - ''   ���������  ,THE SANOL MFG. CO., Ltd.  , Winnipeg,. Man. A"  MAN  DRIVEN.INSANE BY A.       -    ���������  TOOTHACHE SUICIDES  Send Post Card "today for, how to make  "Easy, Pocket  Money"  Now's the Tims, Address  ^.O. Box 1256, Montreal  CANCER  Book Free.    A annpU  noma   treatment removed  lump fromtkialady'abreast  Old sores, ulcers  and  .     a. ...  <r������wfh!������ cured.    Oescribo  p������nr trouble; we ml] send book and testimonials.  VHE CANADA CaNCER  INSTITUTE, _i_itib  IO CHURCHILL AVE.. TOnONTO  ��������� Suddenly, said'the marrwith a three  days' .growth of beard and an out of  date necktie: I found myself falling  400,000 feet into the depths of a hot-  .tomless pit.  -  Dreaming," I .suppose,'' .    *'  No; jiist getting from under a cor-'  ner In wheat,   ,  I was cured of Rheumatic Cout by  MINARD'S LINIMENT. ���������   n  Halifax. ANDREW KING.'  I was cured of Acute Bronchitis by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.    '-  LT.-COL.'C. CREWE READ.  Sussex.  I wns cured of Acute Rheumatism by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Marliham.'Ont.      C. S. BILLING.-  Lakefiold, Que,, Oct. 9,' 1007.  Kills His infant Boy In Perambulataor,  ������������������' Then Cuts.His Own Throat  The result-of a violent' toothache  ls believed to Save been the cause'-of.  a terrible, tragedy, which occurred at,  Brbmley-by-Bo.w, the- victims- -being  a' waterside laborer named Ager and  his ��������� little son,"a.'blind boy nearly'2  years.     ' '       ' -   . A"  Ager, who was 33 years of age, ls  ��������� stafed to .have ��������� been .an industrious  worker and tp have lived happily'with  his wife-arid two." children at 18 Fern  street. For, somo time he had suffered from violent-toothache,',and yesterday" morning he went, in to the  London,Hospital to ask that two,teeth  .might,be drawn; ���������' He" was" tpo late,  however, and on'being given ..a card  with which to attend this morning he  returned home.'  He declined dinner, saylng'hls teeth  were too-bad for liim,'and sat in the  kitchen while his wife returned to her  work in ihe tcullery. -A few mluutes  later Mrs..,Ager missed him'. " She  cent her boy.; upstairs to",see'If'his  father had gone' to "bed, but'the lad  could- not 'flnd_:hlm.'___She__th.n..__ien_  ���������,herself, arid was horrified,to discover  her- husband lying at" the foot of. the  bed with his' throat' cut', evidently* by  a razor which the boy" had seen him  take from a kitchen drawer. "*.'".  ��������� Mrs. Ager rushed to- a neighbor,  and- together they made the further  terrible discovery that Ager had slain  his Infant boy as ho lay in.his per-,  ambulator.- Thero is little doubt  that Ager's mind had be^n'deranged  by tho pain through which he" had  passed. '"  "I J    ���������       ���������  Handbells at the Graveside  As a sign of respect nt the funeral-of  Henry Hopson.'a noted. Suffolk- boll-  ringer at Boccles, a peal of handbells-  was rung at tho graveside. ���������  John Kiuzenoft' of St'. Petersburg,  who was formerly Labor deputy ln the  last Russian duma, was' caught in tho  act of committing a'burglary at a St.  Petersburg mansion.'  $65 to $200  A Month.' Learn _ new" profession,  -Seven Weeks. Weliavejo.sfortliree  , liu_dro_-i_en before May 1st, 1013.  INDIANA SCHOOL OF TRACTIONEERINB  1 100 PINE LAKE AVE., UPDATE, IND. '  vi  Novel In a Nutshell  Nlcomedos Mendez who was tho  former chief executioner of Spain,  has died nt Bnrcolonn from grief at  Lho death or lils daughter, who never  recovered from a nervous shock  caused by being abandoned by hor  sweetheart when ho learned tho nature of her father's occupation.  * REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AHD eHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothjno Syrup has b������e������  used for over SIXTY VEARS by MILLIONS of  MOTHBKS for their CHILDREN- WHILB  TBUT1I1NG, witli PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS,  ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, aud  ls llie best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrf.  Winslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take SO ���������ttMI  kind.  Twenty-fiTcoyitsa bottle.  THE JOHN 1NGLIS CO., Limited  Engineers and Boilermakers   >  Sellers   of   all     kinds���������En^inst,  Pumpo/and Heavy Pl_t8 Work  Writ* us for Prices  14 .trachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  '������������������-!���������' ���������'   ;   ,-Shlp Your,.    .  HIDES AND  FURS  to  McMillan fur & wool Co.,  Winnipeg, Manitoba  ' Centenarian's 600 Mile Walk  It ls stated that Mrs. Nnml Shim-  'oolca, cortlflod to bo'113 years old,  walked COO miles from her-native villus������' of Yamacnchl to Toklo. In order  to render.lioinngo to Lho now emperor.  Chapped Hindi  Wft-'.Bt.-������r  You  it tmleml of  soap yon use  SNAP, the  original hand  cleaner,  SNAP eon.  tniuitiolyeor  acids, but clycerine and neutral  od.) which keep Uie akin aiuooU.  and in iplendla condition.  Try SNAP for a week au J notice  the uiflemice. 47  SNAP  rzsn  W. N. U. 0M  Crew of French Submarine Has Ex*  citing Experience  An unusual and oxclllna; nccl-  dent happened durliii. torpedo flrliiB  prnctlco by tho submarine Frosncl,  Tho torpedo was flrod, butowlnp; to  tho devlco which controls tho direction of tho proJcctHo becoming blocked, lt took a circular course round and  round tho submarino nt a speed af  thirty knots inatond of a straight  courso out to son.  Tho circlo it rtonciboil Rrndunlly bo-  came smnller and smaller, nnd thoro  was Immmllntp rtniiffor of thn vessel  being struck. A serious accident wns  only averted hy the prompt notion of  tho commander, who kopt tho vessel  turnlnp. round In tlio nnmn direction  ns tho torpodo, so thnt whon tho pm  Joctllo struck thn submarino It wns  Bpent and tlio only effect tho crow  osporlenccil wnn a sllRlit Bhnklni..  Bulid Proof S/Wedia  A report states that tho Crcitsot  Works Itnvic offend 100.000 bulletproof shields to tin*, iilli.n nt .10 shilling each. Theso wolRh seven  nnimilfl find nrntrrt tho fTMtor nnrt  of tho body, resisting bullets at H00  yards. Tlu-eo wero orlRlnally ordered by Turkey.  Death from Gluttony  It Is reported that Joso Vargos,  of Ovlcdo, won a wager by conmimlnf.  at one mrnl, half a lamb, washed down  with a KttlUin ot shorry. Attor smoking Uio last of twenty claara whicn  tu.su.d tlui inUc, he AWd Uio -.nt-.'  evening.  IVliat appf.ir to !������e Idlo tf������i_ nro  often tho bnalMt on'-s,  Obeyed Orders  I thought I told you not to' cut your  corns with my rusioi! thundered the  exasperated liusbnnd who wuh trying  to lose a few of lila whiskers.  And I haven't sinco you told mo  you woro so pnvtlmilar with your old  butcher knlfo, replied the wife sweetly.  Woll, It fcolB tlint wny.  I dld'opoii 11 ran.of tomatoes wllh  It. Would.. Unit hurt It any? You  didn't say 1 wasn't to do that. ,  mum - ifi_iii_M..  PI*iyliiQ Even  Can't you i,.t your liimlmnd to glvo  up smoking?  I don't want to,  Do you llko smoko?  I am not particularly onnmorpd of  It, but there nro too many things I  might hayc to rIvo up In roturn.  Fixed for Emergencies  I nhnll nlwnys wcur your plctun  next my henrt,  Tltif    <mr\?a^r,������   a.ftn    rliflvtit    lra������\ria    *n  Invo nnnthor?  Oh, that pockot will hold n duz.n.  Ideal Glee Party  Ono of tho Horns .appearing on  the program of n charity concert at  Lithgow, Now South Wales, was a  vocal quartet In which tho singers  woro tho Anglican minister, tho local  doctor, tho coroner and tho- undertaker.  Schoolmaster as Mayor  Ttocpiitly six days lenvo of  nbsonco hns beon grnntod by tho T^oii-  don county council to .Mr. Welsh, a  head master, thnt ho may attend  function* as mayor ot Choleea diirin.  tho year,  Hopeless Cases  Sponk K'ontly, It hi hotter fur,  Hut wllh somo mon you know  You throw a brick to turn tlm trick.  That kind of argument you pick,  For It ls all th.y know.  liiawwiiwii ii-mpi ������������������������������������-���������  A Ilo wlll ��������� travel fnstor than the  truth, but It will not lm tho first to  urrlvo nt. tho dOHlimllon, bpciuiso it  must double on Its tracks so often,  $8200 for a Manuscript.  In London nn old' illuminated  manuscript of "Tho Chronlclos of  Knglnnd," with ornamental Initials  and miniatures, was aold for $8200 at  Sotheby's ycBtorday.  .��������������������������� i-iiii-��������� ������������������������������������ m  ���������������������������������������������wm  Economy  .What nro you waiting for?  First of July, ropliod Mr. SmartloV  Why not kill t\yp birds with ono  stono and wait for Christmas at the  samo time.  Pt>**iuiUu. U anotlur name for In-  dticittoa.   Tf a cnalt cottlif make up to look llko  a race horse It "ouhl find plenty oi  rr.cn ready lc bet on I;.  A Hot Time  What Is thr* reason, thoy can't got  olottK tngcthor?  a,   tn,,*fr��������������� r,f t,,���������,i,ftf^mf.?i*  .ifalter of temperature,   I   should  think.  flomo pooplo rnn't worry over bin  thlnRii becuuflo they nro no biiny doing a similar scrvlco for thp llltlo  things.   . ���������  It Is comforting to olisiervc that tho  crazy people alv.iiy:> take u, vk".v cuu-  tr/iry to our own.  The bo*s Ibti't round hnAly proclaiming who he U.  Ol   1-liMIMIIllW ���������l.i-IH.- 11 I*  Don't tia.1 fault.      You   probably  couldn't du half ai well a_ the p.op'.'j  you crltiso.  Kvery dot? haa hU day, though ������om���������  of thitu t'ion.d be slim iblriy d_yi,  Irrigation Is morn profitable when  applied to tho soil than lo thu throat.  Youth Is full of confidence, finlth  (II. iiilllf,  tUHIt   U  IKllio  ttt.lt  UIO  Id  a  eonfiflonp!* game.  Disposition Faultiest  Is alio a good musician?  Good musician?  Yos,  You bet,     Bho always stops whon  you toll hnr to.  Homemade  Ho calls this a historical romanco.  I boliovo so,  Whero did ho got hia history?  Tho samo placo ho got his romanco,  THE'ALBERTA'HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few 4**r* couth of C.P.R. D������pe|  JutM 11.10 to *2.00 per if,  Culclne un������xcell������d ���������  H������t mi celd water In every r**n  Hetel  practically  Ftrspr������������q  Alj Outild* Rooms  Proper Treatment'  A big fish has boon playing nround  hero 'for somo timu, but. it is a bad  actor.  Glvo lt tho hook.  If your Clothier does not sell  5  sec the other fellow  Advlco to chlldron not. accompanied  by example uilijljt as welt bo thrown  nt tho birds.  to knock ilnds tho waiting Rood.  Woman's Best Help  to the good health which comes  from regular action ol the organs  of digestion and elimination���������-to  ��������� freedom from pain and suffering���������  to physical grace and beauty-  is the harmless, vegetable remedy  RFEWH/IIVf'C-S  PILLS  StU atatrtim*!*, U mm*a*, Hit  No More Thnn Natural  That plrl rr.ay bo n popular favor-  Up, but sho Is entirely too prominent,  not to nnv nnnHiiPttlnr  That's nil rliiht.    Isn't it rlfiht and  proper lur a uuilu tu have u. biniaii^  record.  ��������� The Limit  I siippoBO th. oflh'o furnlsliM tho  fynowrllor'n *iinTi1li������n''  Krorythlnff but chewing gum, explained tho cashier.  ��������� _WM_-M-*NNwMM>an>*.  Mako Him .Prove It  Do I look llko an Idiot?  I rofuso to commit myself,  riut a follow just failed mo one,  Chanco of a llfotltno.     Buo him  for libel nnd too what lho jury says.  InvlHt nn  thin  triKleiimrk  on rill your  record it  radeniarU  The One  Ideal Gift  for all the family  for all the year  around is a  Columbia Grafonola  1  Ask your nearest Columbia  dealer io piny you the epecia  X/iias Columbia Records. (Fit  any machine.) ,.  Columbia Phonograph Company  McKinnon Qulldlug, Toronto, O.tt.  'ierrltory Optni to Donlera  A lion Ib a versatile creature,  her lay nho elimitu hor lay.  After  Tho private opinion In npt to bo  that tho genoral la an old blockhead.  Your trno poet passes a ftarber alup  on tho othor nido of thi������ BtrtiH.  Ihiyora report Hint aoroplancB come  high, bat wbat could they expect?  Common 81/pply Point  Did sho ftfl hor htinbond at tlio bar-  ghlii couuter ov tho second hand  htoru,  Ho look, if,  Veil, which ona^?   ....  Nclthei; ut the bar ot ltijustico.  Suro  \Vlwit In a ro-workcr?  Ono who hclpa you work uomtbody  of couiuo.  If tlio harem sildrln are too contrlu*  uto to thn omaiu'Ipntloii of womou,  much will d.pcml ou whether thoy  l\v.,\o pockett or not,. |t^%4*. '��������� ^ ' .....  i fit a;  AhX  WAX  msmm^^Bs^^sm^i(w0^^^^e&m  mmia>u&BMmmi88&**,  Wi-  V  S'i  ;J!  ,'t  i  .A  it  V:  THE  NBW^;A-QgMBB^Am . MH^; fl^ : '���������  il ���������,���������������������������_ ���������!!  niBIII ���������BT  " |   | | HIT  I  a a ;:;a������.lajiOew8  .   .. /   .    ,ry   Tuesday by the  ������3_   Cumbefland  '   i  ^;.hing   Company.  This paper will not hold itself  responsible for tho opinions of others, as may appear J������ its oohunns  ^���������yii) ti'������e to time, ' ,    ,, -  -* i-JONESDAV,   FEB.36, 1912  ii m������n������igwwMj"'Jm������iWH^*fl��������� ��������������� qI������ HHi*������^������- ��������� ������**������*���������  Jiayward L.ind District.  Oi<tii_t of Comox,  * .2 NOTICE that Mary Thulin of  f,. i ', ii. C. occupation married . woman  ��������� -. ���������'.-- io apply for permission to pur-  ,...sc  ".bn fnllowiijfj described lands:���������  _   ��������� ,:  ' u-inj; at a post planted at   the  "/iht corner of T.- L.  No. ,44338,  '" .. .    torllt   80 chains, thence west 40  .''���������"���������., h-'r.iee   south 50 chains more or  >A    ��������������������������� "-re line, thence along the shore  . ;i    .   '.-'.-iins m.:e  or  less  to plac^ of  >. ���������:. i--- --\; containing   300 acre.'moro or  GEORGE VERDIER"  Agent for Mary Thulfn  .l^v.e'August tyih,' 1913-  Sayward Land Distriet, ,  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that Charles Thulin,  ���������.' t 'in.I. B.C., occupation merchant, in-  A..-.''-.,-it   npply  for  permiisi onto   pur- {  I... -.   :������. 1 he, following .escribed land:���������  .'���������  ���������,i1itr:ot.ir>g at a post planted in Browns  ;���������-.- ��������������������������� tr-4o uorth.east corner of T. L |  '. j;..,L.   thai*;,   west 80  chains, thence.  /..'-.':-.��������� j chiin*.  thence east   8b chains,  A the shore line, thence south ao chains  ::v.,r-- or less along shore'line: to place of  beV.in'ng containing. 160 acres more- or  1 .... - '''  NOTICK is hereby given that apph  cation will be made to the Superintend- \  ent of Provincial Police for a renewal of  the hotel license! o sell liquors by retail  in and upon lhe premises known as the  New Hotel Heriot, situated on Lot 4?,  Subdivision of Lots Northeast, quarter  of Lot 216 Heriot Bay, Sayward Dis-  tr ct, IJ. C.  JOSEPH DICK, Applieivnt.  Dated Deer 38th, 1912.  p  NOTICE I������ hereby, jf!von tli:t amplication will be made to tit* Superintendent of Provincial Polioo, Viotoria torn  license to sell liqnor  by wholesale upon  tho promises situated on Lot 6, Blook 15,  Cumberland Townaito, Onoiberlund, B. C  Cf AL.I MUSSATTO,   Applicant.  Datod thU 18\h day of.Deo. 1512.  O  IF YOU WANT-  LUMBER  ,SEE  US .  Comox SawmilVCo., Limited,  Ooujox,   B. C  ..SALE OF WOBK,  GEORGE VERDIER-    '  Agent for Charles Thulin  '.:ue August 14th, 1912 '-   ���������������  Savv^ard Land District.  District 0^ Caroo*.  TAKE NOTICE that Ge.������g������ Verdi-  .-, fi l_ md. U.C., occupation  ^.und* to apply for permission  to "pur,  .-..���������;;i* the following described -binds:���������-  "-..nmencing at a   post planted at, the  ^^v^h-w-est-cornerol-Lot-S/jthence-norlh-  y.i.. h iii-ss to the shore line, thence follow  .iii; ihe sl>>r$ line- around the point to the  -.'lace ot beginning. _   0    ...  -   CE0RCE. VERDIKR'  'AppLicaat  *i"ue August 14th, 1912  LABOUR COMMISSION   o   .  Sayward Land District.  District of Comox.  ��������� TAKE NOTICE that Fred Thulin,  i-i .'.imd, B.C., occupation  merchant, in-  ttnd, 10 apply  for penniss'um   to   nur-  JuV.  thft following, described Iind:,���������  ���������C'jiri'iwnciojjat a post 'planted at rhe  iD'i.l.-?'t corner of Timber   Lease- No.  jj-i.'iC't, thence west 80  chains,  thence  su uh ito chnlna,'thence e,ist So chains to  tl'c .slure line, thence  following shore  '.Hvi north So chains, more', or less to the  ���������jjdaci: of bejjinainq; containing   640 acres  in ore oi less.  GEORGE VEKDIER  Agent for Irrcd Thulin  Date August t4itr, ������f)i2  SITTINGS of the Provincial Labour  Comtniewoa will be hold na follow.:���������  Kan_i'no~Moitdi������y, Fcbrunry   17th, at  [ 8 p. m.������ Court-house.  Oumberlaadt���������Wtdooaday, Feb uary l-..h,  at 8 p.������.  Alborni���������MoBd-ny, February  24Lh, at  3 p.m.  Ladyainith���������Tuesday, February   25' h, [  at 3 30 p. m.  SteTOrtton���������Monday, Mar*_ 3rd, at 2.30  p. m.'  Chilliwnck-rTneaday, March "4th/at  2.30 p, m, ������  New Westminster���������Tburaday, March 6, \  eA U tt.������������.������City Rail.  Vancouver���������Friday^ M sreh-jfth, at 10  a. tnn Oonrt-hon-s������.  Tbo CoraBMBgion ia empowored to in-  quire into all matter* afTeotiog tho condi-  tiona of labour in British Columbia.     AH  [ peraons interested are invited., to attend  awi gvte evidence.  JtUG/PERSONS  ,  Chaiimau  F. R. Mc?TA_r_it_, '  Seorotary  ja30  IN TBE -StrraKRIK COURT OP BRLT  I3H COLUMDI4. NANAIMO  REOI8TRY  "LIQUOR LICENSEj:ACT,w  ^.Section 4.)  NOTICE is hereby given, that on the  3nth day of October next,   application  will bc mule to tbe  Superintendent of  Provinci.il Policefir the. transfer of the  \ie.e.otts tot the sale  ol liquor by  retail  rn mul upon lho premises knownns the  Willows Hotel, situate at Campbell Riv-  r.f, Frriiish Columbia, from Charles Tlm-  lit nl Emerson ijHannan  to' Charles  Thulin, of Campbell River, Bvitisl^Col-  timbi;i.  J)at������tl this Mrti day of .Sept., 191a  THULIN & IJANNAN  Iloldera'of License  CHARLES THULIN  Applictnt for Tmniifer  In tha (roods of WaHnce A. Striokl nd,  also known ai WilllLam W. A. Rtrioklnnd |  tleuu.iiied, I_t._tato.  TAKE NOTICE, tb������t by(prdwrot His  Honor, Jndgo Barker, made in the a\v>Y'.* |  [Oonrt ou"t_o ISfch day of Novorobor 1912  the nndocsigned was appointod Admin in-  trator ol the ca_vto of tho abovo-namod  drct'Ased, who' AvbA all yorbl������nd"in the  ���������Stiite of Oregon, one of the United Sbuea  of America, on or &_-: ������t U<e 'Jftth day oi  [Mny, )S>12, is>te.t_te.  Al} uocounta and (In __: ^ninat the  anid nattia and all nooottnta dun the Raid  oBtuto mnst bo proaontod and paid rr-Hpeot  ivoly on or before tho 1st dny oi Mnroh,  1U13.  W. W.  WJLLARD  Oflioial Admiii'wtrsttir*  Cnmborlnnd, B, C..  nniwtrmmr* mruf%prv-L  Sny wan. Lnnd District  District of Saywritd  TAKE notice that William  j-ttnes Glbsotii of Vnnconvor, oc-  cipition, painter, intoads tu ap-  ply for pomnimioiig to jj purolinne  tlie fultciwiiig de&cribocl lands:-*-  Coinmoncing at tt post planted ao  chains ������i������t of the north ensteor-  ������.������r of Timber Liceuso 333*. thence ta.st 20 chains, tlienec south  ao cluius, thence wont 20 chains,  Ihence north ao chains to point  ni com mem* incut, co;.Utuwg  40 Mrt'B more or loss, and is between White and Salmon rivers.  William Jamhs Gibson  S, Maurice Carter, Agent,  J>yte August a ist,, 191a,  IN THE COUNTY COURT OF*   ft'.iiv-  AIMO UOLDBM AT OUMJIKULAyi).  In Prohato:���������  In lho matter of llifl Inpr 7,'Of .1,1,", '(',.;���������  tamont ot Oblirlcu DcTL-upurt S'iayner,  flropniod,  TAKKNOTICI. tl.nUiy oni���������r -A fjin  Honor, Judgo Uiirkcr, mud.- 7. iho .limn  Court on tho 4th dny ui ):, ,.".r.ln,c, HU:':,  tho undornlgncd v/nn t,r.va*.HI''lli-r'i A ;.ft-  miniktrnti"n wrh Wlll i-nM-\ti! '>l tS* oh  tat* of tho nhftwumiiMl i'i ml'.'' '.> :i y-  nor, thjpeiuud, w\o\ d\< i ������������������ J-.npV ��������� y, it,  0., on or abon', Mny VU������, J lit!:,  All tcooudi/fl ri((ii'i'-ii'' i,-'->  aah .bta'u  and nil neoountadni* 'lio "uh, ]bW,r, unibt  be preBontcd nntl p������!d rii'f^r'.ivnl;,* or. 11  boforo tht VinidAy it Mnrch, V.o*}'.  W, TV. WHMJin  UltlCi..,! AUi. HIUu,7i^.i  Cnmhorlautl, B, C. j,.i *'. ;.i,-.r 1  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  ''NuffSaid."  TO DATPVMr  Fur Salt   4������> ���������.    "Magnet" Croam S-'i  best separator oti  ,;'  size.*; 1 .\ 31  c-'p."f.-'i.,  and   650 to '/oo   -.' ���������    ���������  There heiug (th A. ���������  A',  it'i  "Ao'i  .1  ���������ft  .100  .  Al  '.FOR SAWS-A book nil vomi^jfor **V^'������" ,'; ������������������  ������>ru ������ho������ld road, ymo V.OO.* 'rifl' Jhofl?- ',f ,;'  ���������tldiiiM letter*, drawer 44, Nm- ^^ ol ,)!C,������ (,'C  tBaamffP������������w3^^  ������������������P  anno, U. CJ.  Try The Riff Store, if ynu w,im clean  n������w GniusiuA; new unods arriving by  tvary bi.it, delivery and taiiif.iction  jiMtaattcl.  half the; wluda  .trtd *ffjf>  f:u '"'.  <i*  two.      Tht-st ith 11' A-..  terns���������nevrtr l>_.;.  store,    Apj^ly  u. (iu'.Hu,  Central Building, VteUnia, li. C.  ���������jo)  ���������::o)  pit *.  ihe  ....56  rand  Brewers' Dried Grains  better, Cheaper Than Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors NfVNAIMO. B. C.  ������������������ .;..';   LAND' ACT    .-  Vanoouver Land Distriot  -.'   .> District of Snyward.' ,;'.   "'���������*<  TAKE NOTICE :that-.. Michael-  :  Yoang, of Brooklyn.New'.York, 00-    ;  oupaiion Janitor; intends to^ apply v ,  for permi-sion to purchase the following deecrbod land":���������Commf.n  cing 8t a .post planted 50'':chaint/ J  north of tbo. north'-west corner, or  lot 582, .then ;e  eaalv* 40 ;%chainB, ���������.'���������:".,  thence  south   50  chainV thence:  weflt40 chains,. thence   north   50 ;.  chains to poict of, comraencement,  containing 200 acre* more or lee-," ,  MICHAEL YOUNG,   ,  Applicant  Tlionia-Matier, Agent- ,  Date October 30th, 1912  ,    LAND ACT,  Vancouver Land District  District of Sayward   A '���������  TAKE- NOTICE that  William  Peter Adams,   of New;York, -New.  York, occupation,* Biilesman',   intend, to apply for. permi������Bion to ;  purchase;the following  deacribed  lands:���������Commencing    at   a   post  planted at the nortb-we_t corner of:  the   south     half    uf     lot ' 590,  thence " eouth '80  chains,  thenco  west 40 chains'more or less to the  east linu of lot -585," thenceL north  80 chains, ��������� thence east .40 chains;  more or less,to point of commencement, containing 320 acres'*rflWe or  leas.a' -.'    ...' .-     :'A' ,' / ,:' ". ���������.-'.  WILLIAM PETER ADAMS,  ���������  Applicant  Thomas Matier. Agent  Dato, October 29th. 1912  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  NOTICE   is   hereby given that, the  reserve existing by reason, of^the Tioti.ee.  ---I'>AH  published in the. British'CoIUrabra.Gai  qtie of December. 27.ih, 1907^15 cancelled-in so f.ir as the same  relates, toitjie  following described lands, so as' to.per- ,  nut of the .sale o!F ihe timber, standing  thereonr-r*     ',. ; .     -���������, ���������   "; '  Commencing: at the north-east corner  of Lot No.'2849, Redonda'Island, New'  Westminster District;'thence/east 13  chains ; thence north 4 chains j thence  east 19 chains; thence south 2$  chains; thence west 32 chains ; niore or.  less to the cast boundary of Lot No.  2849 ; thence northerly along, the east  bonndaiy of said lot to the point of  commencement ; containing by admeasurement" 75 acresj mote or less.  ROBERT A'.-REN WICK,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B. C, December nth, 1912.  dec 24! to rnar 36  -  '       NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE t!nt an Application  will be made to the Lieut������iant-Govcrn������  or in Council ai the Parliament Build*  ings, Vidtorh, British Columbia, 011  Thursday, the 301I1 day of January, 1913,  at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the approval cf the undertaking of the Campbell River Power Com.  pnny Limited, that the conditions of use,*.  occupation, felling of timber nnd other  conditions provided fur in Sections 221,  322 and 223 ot tlio Water Act bc settled "  pursuant to such sections, and that tho  time for submitting detailed plans of the  Company's works bc extended until after  the flood period ofJ913 ;  AND FURTHER, TAKE NOTICE  that a copy of the Application is on filo  in the office of the Water Record'  fr for Victoria Water District, and in  the office of the Compirollcv of Water  Rights nt Victoria.  DATED tit Victoria, IJ. C, this 34th  day of December, 1912 i  ROBERTSON & HELSTERMAN  Solicitors for.the Campbell River  Power Company Limited.  MAIL SKIWOE.  Mails for DiHpatclr.���������Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, etc?.,  Tuesday, 7.15 p, iu; Thursday  nnd Saturday, (1 n.   ni.  Comox and District 5���������Tuos������  day, 13,15 p. in,; Wodnesdny  and Friday, 4,30 p. m.  S. S. Cowichan, Sunday at a  p. m. and Tuesday at 6 a. m.  Malla Arriving!���������Vancouver,  Victoria, Nanaimo, etc., Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday and  Friday nijjhta,  Comox District:���������.Wednesday,  Thursday aud Saturday.  ���������S. S, Cowichan, Sunday morn.  inland Tuesday about uoou, i'<i "wi. V  V-  .-<���������������  THE  mews;  ���������k  -SJ*-J.  NOTICE ia herwby givea that  at'tbo  , next meeting of the Board of License Com  miBai.nere of the  City of Cumberland, I  intend to apply for a renewal cf the hot-.  el.license held.by.me for the Veedomo  . Hotel, situated on lot"5, block 3, Cumber-  , laud Townsita.        a ''  . , R. S. ROBERTSON  Dated November 6ttb", I912.:  NOTI0E;ia hereby given that, at the  next meeting of this' Board of License Com-  miasion'ersof tlio, City of Cumberland. "I  ' ntend u*t;app.y;'for a renewal of the ho������  el lioense held by nw for the Cumberland  Hottl, Mtaattd on lot 1, block tt, Cumter-  land Townsite.  WILLIAM MERRIPIELD.  Dated this 6th day of Nov., 191_.,  -TOTICBlis hereby Igiven that at the  next meeting of the Board of Lioense Com-  miuiohent for ihe City' of Cumberland! I  intend to apply for a renewal of the wholesale liquor lice use hold by me, situated on  1 lot 0," block 16, Cumberland Townjsite. '  . CIALI MUSSATTI.  Dated this 6th day of Nov., 1912.  '.,  Notice is' hereby'ojven that-, at- the  next meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners I intend,'to apply, for a  renewal of the hotel license held by me  for the New England.Hotel, .situated on  block 3, lot 3, Cumberland Townsite;  y  7^y]OSEVH WALKER  Dated Nov, 7th, 1912.  .^fiJMAyg^^KgH^ COLUMBIA.  ih the ij_Ems  . NOTICE is.hereby given that  on" the first. day of '.Decernher  next application will be made lb  the Superintendent of Provincial  Police, Victoria, B.C. for. a,renewal of the hotel license to sell  liquors, by retail iu the hotel  known as the Malaspina Hotel,  situated at Lnnd. B. C."  A  --*.-���������' -    FRED-.THUHN  Datfcd October 16th, 1912  ������������2������������������e^^  *-. - NOTICE -is'. hereby given tliat .at the  next meeting of the Board of Liceime Gum  misBioi-era ot^the City of "Cumberland, I  . intend to siiply.for a renewal ol the hot������  el license held by me for the Waverly  Ho.e),#eituated ou j.it 2, block 8, Cumber  land Townsite. ,       >  ������������������  FRANK, DALLOS  Dated ihis 6th d������y,c_ Nov., 1912.   ,  NOTICJ5 ia hereby gjyen tint at thenex;  . _aee-.i_g of the Boa-d of Li&.nse Commit:  ,' _dor*-Bofthe' in/ of Cumborland, I in'  tend to apply for"a rcuewalof the. wholo-  '��������� 8&leliquor lioenao Held by^m., Bltuuted  ao. lot 12, bJ������ok 7, Cumberland'TowtiKite  .��������������� ,   "     FRANK SCAVARDO.  Dated this 6th day of Nov., 1912 ������������������  NOTICE is hereby given lhat 30 days  after date application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  .Victoria, IJ. C, for a renewalof the.hotel license to.se!l liquors by retail in the  hotel known as the Port Augusta Hoik  situated at Comox. B.C.;. ��������� "'��������� ���������  "- -.'. .A Amos Cottincton,  Dated Oct.',.2nd, igi"    A'A y  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Q? S*0^*5 Utbrino ,Tonle,.'n'  'S_������,^te e������b������ual-Monthli  nesulator on which womon can  '32f    iVr."" "dull  aopeiid. Sold in tirco dogroe.  - . g0 8  Np.8,  ptstrongth-No.,1,  10 ae_rou8 stronger.  tor special cases,  I oy all drugi  aid on rooolpl ���������_ ���������_.w  pamphlet.'Addrcse: THU  . per box  JtS.0. 8K.I  it of price.  Tr'   Jrepald on rodo  QMrilUlttKlOt.ToMNT8.0lir. (JorvicrlvWimSn  An Ad in the  News  pays;   TVy.it. V.^'V./  $30d   REWARD  '        '     ���������     ... ;   "."���������"'.'';,  The above reward will bo paid  for the recovery of the body of O.  H. Strand, who was  drowned of]  Deniuati   Island   on   Thursday,-  Dec. 13th. ���������, , ".. '  The,. Anderson Logging Co..  Union Bay, B; C. ...  E. C. Einde,- is agent for the  "Ford'.arid f-Chalmer" automo-"  biles.   Cars :for Hire.    Phone 18  SHADES-ifi the  ������an  LAND REG _STR Y' ACT..,.,,,  Tn tiie mattkb of ah application for a fresh -Certificate of Title  to Lot 64, [Mnp':811 ]" Towheiie of  . .Courtenay..;;.;-';' if Ay \'y -' 7y '- :[  NpTICE;iB"hereby, > .var of my  intention at the expiration of one  calendar month from the fiiret pub*  lication hereof toissue.a fresh Cer-  tifi.Qftte of Title in lieu of the Certificate of  Title, teeued   to  Jo^ph  vMpPh^irthe^ch^tfncb^9067  and numbered--109900 which ��������� has  . been lost. ���������' '" ���������".���������.-���������  '      , "���������_ -��������� /  -* ���������"  ,Dated\at Land Regiitry Oiffice  Vioturia, B. C, this 21st dayof  : December 1912.  -    .-p.*., ���������i- -y, S-v^Y. -W()6'I?rON;/ *.  '      Registrar General of Title?.'  Union Steamship Co: of B. C. Ltd  ���������-���������.;��������� V -THE ,8. S. COWIGHAN 'WILL SAIL AS UNDER   *������������������  NANAIMO DENMAN 1SLAND.TJNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE;  -, _ Leave.Vaiicoiiver,��������� Monday, at 8 p, m. A       ~.   y \&  .. Arrive Nflnaiiiio, at 11.30 p.m.   *   ,      '���������        :''  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 6 a. m. ,     LeayeSTuesday noon.  . Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a?������,,     Leave Tuesday, 11 a. in,  .. Leave Nanaimo 6 p.. ,���������, Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver U.80 pirn.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.in. Arrive Nanaimo,   11.30 p. ,n  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 b.in.  Arrive Comox; Sunday 8 a.in, Depart 4 p.m\ *^  >���������;     Subject;to change without notice..  The Gourteriay Hotel  Kvery convenience for guests.  The Oential Hotel for Sportemon  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the liar.  RATES REASONABLE  The purest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  Union  Hotel  offer ��������� you   a safe , anid; sound    investment   with a  good return on ycur money as well as an *enhanc-  ���������     ' -      -      ��������� ��������� ,',,,",,  ' ���������        ,   ed^value  from now on;      ��������� "  r; a��������� A Company with   No Promotion Shares.  A Company with its   own fiscal, agency.  A Company   that.wil'l look solely to  the wellfare  of its shareholders.    Shares are now selling at $i  ���������    for all   cash,   or   oh   the . easy", instalment  plan.    ';  C$11 01. send foi. a Ppospectus to-day  The   Mercantile  General   Agency.    Ltd: I  . ���������' . Selling Agents for Canadian Loan & Mercantile-Co.1, Ltdi ''." S  "'.' 7' -   > .Head offices: " ���������  ./*  267, 208, 209 Union Bank Building. Comer View aud Gov't, Streets, Victoria. B. C  Phone��������� 3243 .    .        Geo. Abbott, Managiug Director.     ���������'  j." N.   MoLEOD      _?KOI������Kt_3Tor.  John Johnston,"  Prop  o  n  0  0  English 4 x BURTOH alwuys ou tap     also, tho famous MILWAUKEE!  BEERS���������Anhonwr, Buhsmlan, Sohltz, to.      "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Beat Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  Tho Hoarding and Lodging Department, undor tho immediate anpormtondenoo of Mn  Davis,,will bo tourid Pir������tolaf|fl In ovory roepoot,,*;  ATEB,  sbjI.oo por day upwards.  0  <  ������  1  ���������tmmmm***w*nwti*im*tiiim***rw*.-*iil,wi'*,*m.  NOTICE.  To whom it may concern:���������  Thiflis to notify the public  that all freight charges ou bond*  cd goods cleared at Uuiou Bay  for the Comox Valley must be  paid before goods cau be forward  ed. Uy brder  Canadian Collieries Dunsniuir]  Co,  Wool's Phoopbodino,  Tht Ortai KujUt* lUtmtln.  Tone* and lnrlfforatm Mio wholo  iMMvooj frv*Jtm, MtltM nuw  illcaci In oM Volna, Dure* t������sr+-  out Pfhttttir, Hf*nt/tl ami ftnn'n Worry, /Av  ���������tohfUnev, Sexual Weakn'u. JAnlitionj, ttjjtr  taiorr*\tM,ttna Kjfeett tf About or ^km������i  .. ,.._. _4 wetlrt of t-foo. New jxm  tnaUtdfftf. Tfi������VV0OU Modioli* Oa.  tfcmtrii) www) TarvnttfcQni  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotiveB and  rail  way cars of the  Union  Colliery  Company by any person  or persons���������except tain crow���������-iu strictly  prohibited.   Employees  p,ro aub-  lec to dismissal for allowing Bam-  By ordor  W. I,. COUIvSON,  , General Manager,  LIQUOR LICENSE  BIT-LAW  1011.  NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIV  EN ithat at tho next rognlar moot  Ing of tho Board of Liceneo Coin-  inissioriore of lho Municipality of  Cumberland, application will be  made to tho said Board of Com  misflionors for tho transfor of tho  liconeo for tho ealo of liquor by  rotail in and upou tho promises  !<n������������.h iw the Vendome Hotel, _ii-  ualQoti Dutmuulr Awnuo, in tho  Oity of Cumberland, from Robert  8. Robertson to Robert McNeil,  of tho snid City of Cumberland,  Dated at Cumborland,  ii, Q,  this 16th day of Docombor 1012.  R, S.-ROBERTSON  Jloldor of Liconeo  ROBERT AfcNEIL  TnuiBforeo,  ��������� 'wm-     , ���������������,��������������������������� III        ..  N0TICK4i lurohy (riven lhat appll-  cation will bo n.aJe t> tbo Super  intondenl of Provionial Polio* Victoria,  Ifp-a liofliiao to ������*H liquor by wi.o!,������jla  upon Uio pr������iult<i4 aitunbtl on Lit I'i,  Uloclc 0, CumUrland TowobiU, (.'umUr-  lnnd, I), C.  Jouy MARottm, Ai)pUo4i.t  Datod thi* 18ib by cr Decemvir, 1012,  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  !Aud uU KITCHEN i'.UTKNSJLS  Sportsmens Goods  aud  General Hardware  "We Build Homes.and Make: Loans."  esmseisisiBsi^ism&iisiseia i^smm^>sms<s&sm������ss@ MS*������m8B������s**me*eaadi  MOVING ?  Pianos anu  furniturk  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  ���������  RICHARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE C7  Windermere Ave,  ORDERS TAKUN  I'OR NUT   COAL  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given lhat  she general store business or Dun  can Bros, has thin day been .sold  to James* H. Parkin. All ������c������  counts due the late firm must bc  paid to E, Duncan, who will settle all j.ubiiitiuti.  Sautiw.eJc,*OGt. ist 191a.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  .removing or taking any blocks,  timlw or wood, of any descripliodn  )olongitig to tho Wellington Col.  dory CVy., or from or off the land  of tho eaid Company, or nnyow  tipping rubbish or any deseriptirm  any whero upon Uie company'*  laud wil) lie pro_ocutcd to lho full  oxtont of tho law,  W. li. COUPON,  ��������� Goneral Man ager,  Co lliory Co,y.  PaywnrJ Land DUtilol,  District of Sny ward,  TAKE NOTICE tbntGoorfio Stuoko, of  NdM' Yorlr, N. Y., ototipuUon  oujjiuoor,  intcuddto u\)[,\y fcr (.orniiiriuu to pur.  I'hiiflo   tlio following  dciiflilbcil Inniloi���������  Comroonclng ut u \mt planted 'iO oluins  koutii of tiiu noitli'imxt ooincr of lot Nii,  tlionoo Ofiflt SO oliutiiR, thonon north 40  nlmlim, Ihot.co  wont 'JO cliuiim,  tlionoo  Homh 40 clmins lo point of ccniinenco-  mint'OonUinlng HO ur.rou mora or Ium,  (IE0K������B 8TUCKI.  PMuir M, Gtiflkiun, Aboiit.  DatoJimo lOtli, 1012.  Snywnrd Lnnd District.  DUtiict of Suyunrt.  TAKE NOTICFi   that  Henry   Alirod  Ho B, of Now York, New York, occupation electrician, iutondn to npply Lr permis  aion to puroiiSfion to purohiuo tlio follow-  iog doacrllwd lniu.n���������(.'ommanoint. nt a  post planted at the tonth etiflt corner of  tho north waa*, quarter of lot 5BS, thenco  40 ohiiinn caah, thenco 40 chains tioith,  ihotico 40 ohuina wont,, thuuoo 40  chuias  south to pi int of comnoncomont ontuiri-  ing 100acre9 moro or 1<hr,  IlRNHY'AlirBKD  limit  Fiplier M, U.tnkin', Agont.  Dated Juno 24th, 1012.  B.iywan. Lund Dlot.Jot,  Dmtrlot of fiaywnrd.  TAKE NOri.E ihat Ooorgo Clurlci  8u.no, of Now .ink, N, Y., occupation  olurk, iutendH to Apply (or pormlBflioit to  mirohneo tlio following doxorlhod Inndii���������  Coirittionoing nt a post platitid 40 ohi>Ins  a o.l mu _0 i.i,,,,;.��������� ,i-i'.,t 1 [ ������mO uutm Ciwi  .lunor df Uil BM, llii'iioc rni-t 40 Jiulu.^  ihcnoo acuili U0 tlianw thtwco wetl 40  clioiofi, thonco north 20 olinltn to point ol  "���������'mmoncumciit coiilultilif,' 80aorcn nivYf  r loan.  OfcOr>Uti.)i..Hi.h?btohi.hi  Violur M, (Junl.liiH, Agont,  Onto Junu 10th, 1012.  Sayward Lind Dlbtrict.  Dialr'ct of Sajwmd.  TAKE NOTICE that William John  Sullivnn, Now Y������������rk, N, Y., ocoupiitloti  olork, iiilomlH lo npply for poriui-alon t-t  purclmao tho folly, ing tho following dcu-  oribed IandB:���������CflnitnonoiriK ut a pout  plautud IU ohiiinM hoiiUi dom tho south'  out corner nf Int 570 (ou poxl. f>71) tlionao  north HO ohiilnH, tiu-ncfl .m.l 80 ahnlax,  thonco. H'Oith 30 chain4, tudnoo wvat 80  chains, to point of oommuiioouieut 0011.  tui lug 0101'Orcn moro it lei*..  WILLIAM JOHN SULLIVAN  LVlioi'M, (JiiHliiiic, AiiviA,  Dato Juno "JI t, 19)'J,  Snywuril Lind D.utiii-t.  Distriot of ..ijwnid,  TAKE NOTICE thnt William Angnu. t  Bisoholl, ut Now York, N. Y��������� .cou^r-  tion cloik, luteiiilu to opply for pormiHHion  to purchnco Iho following de������orlbo'l  lnnd:���������Coiiitnoiu'iiiK ut 11 pout piuutcd  !10 ohaiiiG oiflt and 40 clmiim north of tbn  north' vio������t corner of hit 5M, thriko woit  Mfthn'rm moro or tuna in lnl toil, ���������lion'4"  40 flhainfl aoiith nlo<>K '������!������������������- hminflnry 'if  lot 5fll, tlioneo >-������_t SO uln.uin mor������ or hug  to leaoe 40, tlitinoo uorlh 40 cIjhIdh to  polut of ootniuencemaiit conliklolni; '.00  *crM moro or Ion*,  Wltlttv   ������7VJ ITTf'T T>'rc#atr/\������ar  FUlicr M.Giuikiu*, A gout,  D������to Juno-20th, ana.  Hay ward Lund DMrict  DUtf'ot of K'tv,nnrd.  TAKK^OtIjuK tlmt Charlaii Knny of  Vanoouvi-r, B. Ci oocupn'ion (iotitruotor,  iol������nd<\ott\i\ft'j br \,tmu tbm In pur-  clii8������ tho fulloa.Inn di>oiiln-d innili:���������  Comrac^oina at * jwit plftol<-d nt th.  South caet 'joui-i of lot fi"1!. thu .0 w.nt  40 olitiun, tlitnoc Honth Rl vIuiiik, iliunnc  out 40 diaina, iu������*i cj in>r h 8. cimiun tn  V>uiu'. 1 f CaJtuu.Ljctuaut ctutuiiit'.rf Z'tfm  AcrrBiiHiro or lean, ,_  CltAW.Kli PbsMV  j''a���������ll(T   \L Oi.l.Utt, A^t'rit.  Fht������d Juu������ 1'J.I., VAL  Hiywurft Land Diultiot.  District of S.'.ywftrd.  TAKE NOTICE ib������t J.L,n Ar.hur Daly,  of New York, New York, rccupatiuu oleik  intoi.rli to apply f(,r p.rniiwion to pur  chnso iho foJL.wInjj described JundB:���������  Oommcuciug at a po.-t plantfd at fh������  south -eaut' onrnor of Lomq 46, thencn  south 80 chuiuu, llwrico went 80 chuioo,  tlw-'iico uoi th 80oliuiiiH, lluxioo unit HO  chain- to poii.t uf commor.Cimcnt o<mt:,lu  ing 040 acrei moro or Io.b.  JOIiN ARTHUR DALY  Pmhor'IL G*bL'ln������, A_eul���������  Dutn Jnno 24th, 3012.  Sny ward L, nd Dwtrtot,  ,, Hmtriot ol Siywunl,  TAKE NOTIC1- Utat Wnltcr BeJ.|l  Ii ei-, ct New York. Now Y01J1  oiuiiipation laborer,' i.iteuJu to 'apply  or purndiuioii t,u puiolm.M tho fol'owiug  di'iOiihirl l.ud.i;a���������Coi>imeiifcli:(f at a.po.t  plmitod l'JO ohuina wo.t and 10 cli������ln<  north of tho Hout.li-.aiit comer of Lu.-u.  4(1, tlunoc Bomb eOchiiiiH, llioono nrntt 40  oil ni mm thenco iM.ili SOohulna, tlitutw  weHt 40 olmiiiti to j)0int ofonuitivuiCiniiiLt  containing .'120 iiun_ moio or Io"-\  WALTER JJIiDELL UEST  Fn-lior M. Oavkiuiaf, Auorl'.  Daito Jun. 2(th, 1012,  MADE IK CANADA  M_������il!_.  YEAST  SayvrQid Lxnd District.  Diatriot ofHaywnrd,  TAKK NOTICE tliit ChtrliH llenr*,-  ltaatf'i,C Now Yctk, N. Y.,, <>coup������tion  ���������nlpsni^n, i.t t.ftt tn ������p;'ly lor iirrmlirAon  In puroliuo the tuliwiiui di_cnl>.<l Uud<:  Conitn*i;Ci .(i nt i \i ������t i1uiit*d nt tl.o  north-ami tsoirtfr el M 6.VJ, thsneo inrtli  ���������JOa.liniof. thonca wint 2) ctminu, th������r.������������  Mitilli iii) vhn 11 a, Uiciice <>nst. V0 vlitioi to  p������>tut  ������)C  iu.tiUtfiuvuki-ut  ui>uUiituit(   44>  ���������era 190x0 or histj.  t'JIAHLI'N Ilii.VHYUKST  Fi������t.������r M. n������*i.:i;������, A^rit.  D4������JuneWh, IPI2.  Best Yeast  in theWortd  Sold and  Used  Evcrywfere  B.w.anu,tc%,u;  Twrnt^Oat.  Vietorju. .Inn., #0.���������JTou, M������n-  isU'r of Finance Elliion htm boon  t-iken n-riunftly ill wiilj nente np  poT.dichi-* n������d i* now in ihe Victoria hui-pital. s?^^  THE NEWS. CUMBEBLAOT. 1?. a  FRENCH GUNS FACTOR,.'  AH   BALKAN VICTORIES  t  I  Iff..  >>l ���������  w  I1-  .?'--1.''  .���������li -i  '5''" ���������'  if   i  '-'A'  Y  pf  1 jf /*������������������ '  11;  ;!������i.',  -.(.������������������ -.  n.i,  ;i V '  ��������� I '' *: .  Hi  ���������-Vlost Military Men Except    Germans  _.\.   Conclude That France has Best   ������������������  , >',;        . Artillery ln> the World  '   ",. Tho French during' tho timo of tlio  ���������ItUsso-Japaiiese campaign Frenchmen  'hacked the"wrong horse, and the humiliation of tholr nMes was a soro  ���������.disappointment Lo Uiem,   la the Balk-  ' ''an war, however, French sympathies  ' yhave from tho start been with the nl-  '   \l������ft states, and their victories havo  ���������Seen hailed with jubilant satisfaction.  .'But apart trom lho pleasure felt by  ���������Frenchmen at the successful offorls  ��������� iot tho littlo powevn \o overthrow tho  "Turk, there is a national prido born  '���������of the conviction ���������Ui:it the Bulgarians  .'and the Servians'and tho Greeks havo  'vanquished'tho troops of tho sultan  -because thoy learned the art ot war  in'French military polioses and fought  with French cannon.,  , "*  When, further,   It   is  .vemombercd  ���������that at Kirk Killsse and Lulo Burgas  "the French guns wore matched against  German artillery, it will bo conceded  that the crushing defeat inflicted on  tha Turks at., theso battles Is somo  .justification for French complacency.  ���������Tlio Balkan war has beeiv very largely  -  a question of guns, and the duel b>  . .'tween.ilio,-French artillery of Uie al-  ' -.ties and-the-German artillery of Uie  .   .Turks has resulted in the triumph, of  ���������'the cannon made'at Creusot.    ,  ,",. Tho selection.of French guns by the  ,: armies of the allies was not due to ac-  .cklentov hazard,    Thoso responsible  ior the/war material, which was to decide'the future of Uio Balkans- Jcncvv  : that they- could take no chances, that  ���������their ver.' existence was ht stake, and  ,so, 'after testing the material, of all  ".the, ordinance manufacturers ot Europe they came to,the'conclusion that  :the Schneider guns were   the   most  '.���������'suitable  for Iheir purpose.    That is  .-why General Savoff, who recognized  the Bulgarian army, selected the splendid 75-milllmetcr French gun to annihilate the Turk, and the'war ministers  .''.of Servia and Greece did the same,  ' Most of-their material is comparative-  ��������� Iy modern and bears tho date'of 1901,  \_90i,,  and' 1907.  '���������'��������� Most.-militarya   men���������Kaiser    Wil-.  helm's officers excepted���������openly admit  ..that lho French-have the best artillery' In the world. -..-It. is especially  ��������� ' 'suitable for a campaign In'.the'hilly  -country of the Balkans, because of its  lightness.-  The. nature of the terrain;'  Avhich has been reddened by life blood  ,   "of Bulgarians and Turks, precludes the  '.use of heavy, cumbersome giins, and  ".'that is why the light, handy field and  ���������.mountain guns of   tho    allies   have  _r_o_v_e'd_invaluable.     Foreign attaches  Hi il  ?7l  7)  'A'  ������������������ I  I ',  I'  ���������. i  ';M  J ii'  1 ���������'  ui,  ',[  ���������I  i",  ,i  :i  i "'  M'l  IF  IA  i tt.  ���������A:  U  V  1,.  7.  i.  ���������th  ��������� A  ���������:r  ���������/il  rA  h;  who-have followed tlie"operations-"ln'  the Balkans during the last few weeks  are at one' in their admiration of the  ' ���������rapidity, accuracy and murderous effect of the French-made guns.  ���������; A German artillery office^, who witnessed the battle of Lule Burgas, de-  ��������� blared ihat the day waa ,won not by  ' .the  rifle  flro of tho Bulgarians,  but  by Uiolr cannon, the batteries placing  ' iboll after shell with astonishing rnp-  ��������� idlty at polnls five feet apart.     The  gunners fired with automatic precision  and iho officer added that lie was con-  ,   ylnced that one ot tho most. Important results of the present war would  'fie a modification of tho German tvrt.il-  ,-Iery.   - TCrupp guns, he declared, can  neither flro so rapidly nor wllh  so  ������ much  precision  as    Iho    murderous  ", Creusot guns."  . .But.il' lu   Ihe   special   pneumatic  brake thal-'gives tlio man "who serves  , (lie French-made artillery his greatest  advantage,     When Uio shot Is1 flr.J  and the' recoil  take: rlnco, the gin  cones back in ri slnii.ht line, and Is  ready to bc r.-iisc.har.ed Imnioilla ..!y  ,. That. Is to ray, nr-e'e the gunner has  ���������'��������� p.i.t the rang. ;n h"s no furllior Iron-  VI'.'.     Tie go1.crally gets tho range1 ';i  IhP-flra*. .thro'- i.hotp, and he can ko':..  Ihe gup going nt iho rnto of fr >-n  twenfy-fiv. _o Ihtetylho shots a niln-  ���������'lile;   Yet Lho cubage   remain;   v,o  viendy that if a glass of   wator   ho  ' placed on tho wheel during tho firing  not ft flrop wlll bo spilled.   On tho  other liand, when the Krupp gun re-  colls, there Is nlwnys n certain amount  of lateral displacement, ami tho can.  non lias to he resisted every time,  Tlio murderous effect of tlio allies'  artillery wns demonstrated during tno  ,  bombardment of Prcsjclievo, whon (ho  Servians had Bovonty men  rendered  hors do combat, wlillo tho Turkish  lOHsea exceeded   n   thousand.     The  'Mulgarlnns and Iheir comrades-in-arms  nover. lived  nt random,   Taking his  orders from  tho officer hosldo lilm,  who through his glnnsc-H wntuhos tlu  rosultH of Ilio firing, tho gunner lands  his projectiles exactly in thn '/.one corresponding to lho miiini. marked on  tho llltlo chart before   hlni,     And,  whether lho enemy  ho slow-moving  "Infantry, or gnlloplng   cavalry,    lho  ' piuiiu'i' docs not need to wait for tho  'rflHopv'H assurance, when   the   smoke  has cleared away, that, nnt ft living  t)i|ng remains lu tlio fatal zone.  Tho torrlhlo vnvngpB of modorn  shrapnel can hardly ho exaggerated,  and  remembering   how    Ill-prepared  ��������� woro tho sultan's troopH���������starving,  dlfibrgfinlzed, npd dispirited���������to glvo  battlo to tho enemy, is il nny wonder  that in tho accounts of huccohrIvo on-  gagemonls, wo find Llm hiiiiio snd ve-  cord of what happened to tho Turks:  Panic broko out in their ranks, they  quickly became .disorganized,- and tho  defeat became a rout. . In every ar*  tillery combat sinco tho outbreak, of  hostilities tho ranks of tho Turks havo  been decimated by the swift and deadly battertes of their enemies, and as  they, watched tho' broken columns of  their foes scattering boforo . tlieir  merciless fire, tho victors broke into  fierce, exultant shouts of,joy and'tho  gunners kissed tho cannon which had  won them conquest and glory, '  Vos canons frnncals'sont-epatan,tsl  (Your.guns aro astonishing) exclaim-  ed Prince Alexis, cousin to'tho king,  of Sorvla, when speaking to the war  correspondent of a Paris, paper after  lho'Turks had been luu-led from tho  fortress of Ferlsovlo.' lie could uot  havo paid a better tribute to tho wisdom or King Peter, who learned tho  art ot war as a pupil at, tho military  'college of St. Cyr. nnd know what  French methods and French artillery  wero capable of. Tho best officers  lu tho Servian army havo all passed  long periods in the French army and  nt lho Ecolo Suporleuro do Guerre,  and when the Creole army was reorganized two years ago a- that Important task was confided to a French  mission.  For a score of years the Turkish  nrmy, was Jn the hands of Germany's  instructors, ffho Ottoman generals,  aro,tho pupils of tho celebrated Von'  der Goltz. and their military'tuition  was received at lhe Academy of War  in Berlin, .'In tho struggle which 's  now drawing to'a close the' Turks  havo relied on German strategy-and  fought, with German cannon. ���������. Tho  Balkan troop's have put into practice  tho lessons thoy, learned ih ��������� French,  military schools, and their gunners  have served French artillery. The  duel between Krupp,and Creusot*has  been all to tho advantage of'the  latter. "    -  What is the inference drawn Ly  Frenchmen? A,.very natural'oncv���������tha't1  if such admirable, result's, have been  attained in the latest contest between  French-trained officers and ' French  guns, when pilled,against generals who  studied in German' colleges and cannon -mndo in Germany, 'tho French  army has no reason to fear a war  with Germany. The. kaiser may pride,  himself on' possessing the most col-'  os sal army in Europe, ' but , if the  enemy has the best guns in the world,"  then superior numbers aro only so  much chair a canon. Dash, iniatla-  llve aud strategy���������no , one denies  these qualities to the French, and  when the race from which .King Ferdinand sprang assorts that'-.French Intelligence has been victorious' In the  Balkans, and that the triumph of the  allies is a moral victory for France,'  ThTp"Wlial^"nlboicoi*s-fii"e--bO'iind-t'o-ad-  mlt that events have'largely justified  their, claims.        ���������  THE GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN GO.; LTD:  WINNIPEG, CALGARY  "   .'     *        '-���������    EXECUTIVE   . ... '    .    '       '  T.'A. Crcrnr, M. J, Fream, John'Kennedy,- William Moffat,' n ������������������"'.      ."  ���������-.;���������''.                  ."'������������������".'DIRECTORATE1    a"    -.,.        -      ���������_    ,     h.    ���������     y,-  Manttoba���������T.  A.  Crorhr   John Kennedy, Wm, Moffat,  R,  McKenzle.   Saskatchewan���������Geo.  ���������ljiineley,. J. A.'MalmrK.-'-V. W.-'Green, J; Morrison. J'All*,erta���������_. J.  Fream.   ���������" -������������������   -  If vou consign your grain ions it wilt l*e locked after in the-best possible manner.  '-,.-..''                           ��������� our aim'" '  ��������� ���������   ���������   - '    , '     ''-:,'.  To better tn. condition of the farmor and cut'out the spread between' tho producer and th������.  consumer.       . =       ���������' ��������� ������������������ ���������_,   a.  ,        '���������*-���������;. .-,���������  40 CHlCDREN killed in moving  ���������       PICTURE SHOW        '     ���������* .  Cry of Fire Causes Panic in Which  A Tots Wero Trampled "to Death  .It is reported that,a lerrlblo disaster, jn whicli forty chlldron and ono  woman wore killed, occurred iu a mov-  ing-plclure show at Bilbao.  Tho building was crowded ���������with  spectators, composed almost- exclusively of women and children, especially  in the galleries and balconies. Suddenly a ory of "Fire!" was raised,  and the audience rushed in panic for  tho exits,   >  ��������� ��������� Tho; police and- staff of the circus  wero powerless to check tho panic,  and more than twenty children lost  their'lives, being trampled to death  or suffocaCed.  As soon as the .news became'generally known in Bilbao, crowds gathered oiitsldo J.ho building, and heartrending scones were witnessed as parents aud friends recognized the victims.'  -.The cry of Fire! appears to have  been-raised aG a practical-joke, which  must be considered criminal, for no  outbreak seems to have occurred. A  largo number of people-are believed  to have been, injured. "  , Only, one woman' lost her life, but  a' large number ot women were Injured.' " .  DRESSED AS MAN^.TO GET WORK  Sex of Woman Worker ln^ Dockyard  ��������� j Disclosed by an Accident  An accident in Londc/i, England,  which occurred on tho . River Tyhe  brought lo light the .fact thaf a workman who was'known as George Palm-  THE ROOSEVELT DAM  One of the .Remarkable  Engineering  Feats of tho.Age     '    >  Tho Roosevelt darn in Arizona, tho  most Important masonry structure yet  underlakon by the reclamation service,  was formally'dedicated-on'tlio afternoon of March IS by former' President Theodore Roose'volt'.in tho pres-  ,ouco of tho prominent territorial officers, tho government,'engineers-and  citizens -from all parts ot the southwest. .'-.."  ��������� This, dam is on. ot the most impressive irrigation structures'UA the  'world, nnd its construction' is one. of  the groat engineering feats'o,f the ag$.  From foundation rock to top of parapet walls it is 281 feet high, its longth  on crest is T.080 feet, and "its cubical  contents aro-32fJ,0Q0 yards.-,. Its base  covers approximately ah acre of  ground. ��������� The,first stone was laid on  ^ept.,,20, 1906, and.the structure was  finally completed on Feb. 5, lDli:  Tho. Roosevolt dam'servos a dual-  purpose���������first as a conserver ot floods  and, second, to develop, power. Tho  storage reservoir created by Uio clam  Is one of the largest artificial bo'dl.eBa  of-water iu the world. Spread out' a  .foot, deep, it,would .more..than.cover  the entire state of Delaware. V  " With the water supply, how guaranteed by the Roosevelt reservoir nearly a quarter of a. million acres * will  soon bo Iri cultivation. ��������� The annual  income from this land when fully/developed will be greater llian the entire  co'st ��������� of'. the' whole "project, vl'lilcK -is  estimated at. approximately $9,000,000.  So rich ts tlio soil and so assured.and  abundant are the'crops, it is'conservative to estimate that the irrigable  area is capable of'supporting in cbiri-  HEROINE OF SIXTY IN FRONT  Working Eleven Hours aDay Foodles3  In Turkish'Cholera Camp  From Constantinople, tho RoV.  Robert Frew, a Scottish, .clergyman  here has gone to the San Stefano cholera camp, and will remain there, following' the example of Miss Alt. So  far Major F. S., Ford, an American  is the only volunteer doctor working  at tho camp,  With Hoffman Philip, tho secretary  of the United States embassy,, and  Maurice Baring, the well-known writ.,  or, ho goes out to San Stefano each  day, and hopes to be able to save a  number of lives. The first work, how  over, consists simply in clearing up  llie camp.  All who visit San Stefano agree In  declaring tlint Miss Alt, who originally camo from Switzerland, but has  long been associated with English und  American mission work here, deserves  recognition of the-highest kind,  Sho is an old woman-of ovor sixty,  with bent back, and today sho was  worklug from six In .tho morning till  flvo this evening without food, administering soup and water to the cholera victims, nnd tramping through the  revolting filth, heedless of. contamination,  An elderly Greek woman has 'now  joined her.  A Scottish womnn nftemptod to help  In tho work today, hut tho conditions  woro so ni'iusentlng that sho collapsed  und was compelled to rollro.  '4  ���������an,  it  II  Watered Walnuts  In Pnrls n now method of preventing the fraudulent, propnrailon of  wnlnutH by treating tliom with salt  water, tliun adding lo their weight, is  being considered hy tho Fronch mln  Inter of acrlcullure. Not only (loot  the RiiHtomer rocblvn false weight,  but (lie nliln do'trcnteil almost nlwnys  go bad. Over 2000,000 pounds of wai-  niitfl hnvo boen sold ln Paris tilts'  yonr,  Sea In n Cemetery  At MpssIiui, Sicily, In Rome,  tho una, lushed hy a furloiiH storm,  mni' and Invaded tho cemetery whero |  woro burled many of tho victims of  tho onrthqunlcn in Decemhor, 1,903,  Several bodies wero dlslndgort from  their graves and carried out Into tlin  sen, A dismal spectacle Is presented.  cr. was actually a married woman.  Georgo Palmer had been working j fort and In homes, of their own. not  at loading and unloading on a wherry, | less than 15,000 families on the farms,  for six' months, unsuspected of being  other than a male. ��������� -  In May last Palmer dressed as'a  workman, smooth of,.cheek and ruddy  of- complexion, applied for work and  was engaged.    ,, >���������> "'���������   .  "���������.While.she was, working in the hotel  of a wherry, unloading steel plates,  from tho 'Consett Iron Company's  works.for carriage down the i-iver, one  of the plates-fell upon1'her, Injuring  her somewhat severely. Workmen  ���������carried her to a shed on the wharf,  ���������anrl_Dr...I-Ie_rbort McAleeman, of BI Ay-  don was called* to attend to IhtTinjUT"  ed person, and upon,his arrival Palm-'  er requested him to clear all lhe men  out of the shed.  ., T.his was done and Palmer then informed the doctor that' sho was hot a  man, but' a woman. She, however,  wished this to.be kept secret. She  said she was 31 years old, and wa.  married. Her name was not Palmer, sho declared, but her real name  or any information concerning herself  she'refused to give, beyond volunteer-  Ing a statement that her husband was  a German seafaring man, and that becauso of his ill-treatment ot her sho  had to leave him.  In order to get food for herself and  her'two children sho had been obliged  lo seek'employment as a man,  MUTINY'AND.MURDER ��������� "  '" IN A FRENCH P,RISbN  DOG ADOPTS LION CUB  French President Admires .Animal  Gwne'd by a Woman  !���������_ Varis, n lion cub, about thirty  two days old, attracted'" the attention  of President Fallieres yesterday, whon  ho opened tho International Bird  Show at tho Grand Palais,  The cub, wliich has a sheep dog ns  a foster mothor, is the property of  a young woman naturalist who keeps  all sorts of animals to������6crvo as models for Paris artists,  Tho president was greatly lntnrest-  od lu tho lion cub and stroked' it for  somo timo, while asking questions  about It.  _<V*s\\v'v  Mc. ft bOK or ������lx lioxet tor $?,Bf>,  ���������t nil dttltftf, or Th* Dodd* tAtilb  tint Gompiny, Limited. Toronto,  .Canada.  Cross When He Came  Did ho como iicross'.'  i hllOUili ������uj mi did.  And jalit-ll oui ?  I don't get you, '  Como across with the coin?  No; ho camo ncrosH tlio Hi root and  hifffcrt me one when I mentioned lt.  Tho plo cniflt won)d retire from tha  field vanquished and binding up lho  wounds to Its pockotbooluworc the  women 'to fight it with tho kind of  pica that mother used to make,  Watch Wizard Thirlmnk mnko It possiblo for us to pick flgBifrom thistles,  The chango of dietary that conms  with spring and mi minor hns tho effect  tu weak Rfomiiolis of sol ting up In-  flaminiitlon, resulting In dysontory nnd  cholera morbus, Tho abnormal con>  dltlon will continue) If not nttendod to  nnd will cause au oxhiumtlvo flrnln.ou  t.ho systom, The 1'ioBt available modi-  clnn'lH Dr. J, V), Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial, It clears tho utonmch nnd  bowels of Irritants, counteracts tho  Inflammation .nml restores tho organs  to healthy tuition,  Will      ������������������Willi*!  King Raines Wa_e������  In London tho king hns recently  grunted an incrouflo ln wngos of 31  centH por wook to all tho Frogmot*.  gnrdon laborers, in vlow of tho Increased euti of living. This Jnerenso  who nuulo on tho king's own Inlatlvo,  IF YOUR BABY IS SICK  >   GIVE BABY'S OWN TABLETS:  The littlo ills of babyhood and childhood should be treated - promptly, or'  they may prove serious.. An -occasional d03e of Baby's Own ^Tablets'Will,  regulate tlio stoniach and bowels and  keep your littlo ones, well.' '..Or they  will promptly restore health'if sick-,  ness comes unexpectedly. Mrs.-Lc-  nova M. Thompson, Oil Springs,-Ont.,  ���������says:-���������^I-have-usedrBabj'_siO^,jn_^aJi_  lets for my li;.tle.-girl^'as .occasion', required, and have found them always  of the greatest help. No mother, in  my opinion, should be without the/Tab'  lets." Sold' by' medicine dealers' or  by, mail at 25 cents a box':fr6m/.Th.  Dr. Williams' Medicine "Co.,. Brock-  ville, Ont.   " .    " '���������' .   '        --  ��������� ;A-Humane Mistress ''   '  And ar_ you still rejoicing in that  splendid   cook,   Mrs.   Malaprop?   Inquired the caller".  Well, we are arid we ain't, said Mrs.  Malaprop. The-fact ls Mary was so  completely procrastinated by tlio work  of, my household that l'vo given her  a throo weeks''.vaccination. ' I was  afraid if I didn't she would-bo. in val-  dated tcrmngnntiy.'.'.:.   ' 0  Minard's, Liniment. Cures Dl������temp������r  >������>���������      i ,'-!.. _���������  '   Heard,Him  First Caddie���������Billy got a crack on  do head dis mornln' but all ho said  was: My goodness; Oh, sugar! , My  gracious!. J wonder what's do mat-  tor wid him" '   '  Second Caddie���������Ho's been cnddylng  for do past, week fov a preacher wot  Joined de club,   ��������� ;  The Deeper Hurt ' ���������  Blow, blow, thou winter whul I  Thou nrt not so unkind '  As mart's Ingratitude.        ���������      ''  Thy tooth ls not so keen    ���������  Because thou art not seen,  ��������� Although thy breath is rudo.  a���������Shakospoaro.  Kick, kick, thou soulless mule!  Thou d.sd not, as a rule,  Hurt half as much, nlaclr,  As he who flatter? me  Whon I mny hear and see  And scoffs behind niy back!   ���������  Honors Even  You nro iho Ilrst man I over permitted to kiss mo.  And you aro tho first, girl  kissed,    Will you marry mo.'  I wouldn't marry a liar,  I would.  Chief Warder,  His Wife, an Assistant and a Mutineer  . Killed   .  In Paris, somo'^horriblo - scenes  of slaughter accompanied tho revolt  of a number of prisoners in the civil  and naval prison of Itochefort..,-.  ��������� The mutineers kllled'the'chiet warder,'. Jiis wife,'and tho chief assistant  warder. A number of other; people  wero badly hurt. The mutineers  shut thomselves'into one. ot tho colls,  arid when tlioy werd'overpowered one  man was killed and the ringleader of  tho mutiny hanged hlmsolf.  "��������� The mutiuy .began at 4.30 ln tho  aflorripoh, when ,the. prisoners' .evening meal was being taken around." It  began with a violent complaint against  -thepfood by> a- navy.'cook,-a mau  named, Drahonnet. ,  ' Tha chief warder, ordered the mau  to be,quiet, and threatened him with  punishment. . Drahonnet who had a  razor hidden.In his right hand, rushed  at tho chief warder, Archinard/ and  as Archinard tried to get at his revolver other prisoners dashed at him  and .Drahonnet cut,%hl3 throit. _, .  " Arch'inard's wife heard his shrieks  as he fell. ��������� She rushed'into the mob  of mutineers and flew'-at "the ring-;  leader. A prisoner tried to helpilier  to.seize Drahonnet,'but the man, who  was a giant In"stature and ln strength,  .caught Mme."'Archinard'by the'hair,  hentherback oyer.his knee._and with  ono stroke severed her'head.from her  'body. "'"'.''  " .The assistant chief warder, Bonnet,  who had been in another part'of the  prison, hurried up .with other warders  and a pitched battle began in the corridors of the prison. ' "  . .Drahonnet; had' found a long-handled  hatchet with which he did, terrible  damage, 'and a' few minutes after the  death ,6f his chief, .poiuiet*-\rajj. -lulled  by a "crushing stroke of th~e~rl_glead-  er.'s ,axo'.whiJh','cleft.-.'hjs_.skiUl"^.in  two:        ������     a.       ���������       "���������' '' .  :��������� -.The fight' had .taken'" place on-the  ground .floor of the . .prison'. ' The  noise, .was heard outside,'and _a lieutenant' of Colonial Infantry," lieutenant Pernin, who happened.to bypassing, rushed In to g'ive.assistance'to the  warders. He .received .' two' knif6  wounds Jn the throat and-another lu  theieft~std"CliKd~is~ii'otr-expected-to-  recover;' ; ./A . -.. _ ' -'-.., ���������  ,' Close en the,heels .of Lieutenant  Perhli.'cam������_.thew commissioner ..'ot po-'  lice, .but Rie, mutineers tore'his clothes  to ple'cesJ,\ru8hcd'.i)lm.6utof the prison' and .locked the ,'doo'rs.- -' -.The, .ward-.  ers' followe'd,7fbr,.,by-thIs" time thp prisoners oh-'the."upper"floors had "been  released,- and .'outnumbering their jailors, they, expelled them nnd,.bah'lcad-  ed' themselves' in the '.prlso'h'A .; : -  An immense .crowd "of civilians, po;  lice, gendarmes ahd Boldiers surrounded the prison. ��������� Tho-representative of  the govei-hmont-and. the. commissioner  of pollco'took .command, and after  three hours' Beige the outer' doors  wero forced.    : -    *  The ground floor corridors ,,were  dark and silent.. The mutineers had  cut0 off tho electric light supply.  An atjetyleno lamp was brought.and  tho whlto walls were ..seen to bo .'dripping with blood.'-"'There was not a  mutineer in sight, and in' the middle  ot the corridor'lay tho bodies of the  chief warder, his wlfo and his nsslst-  ant. Mino. Archinard's head had  .oiled down tho corridor, and was  stopped by tho open door of an empty  cell'.. ������������������...,..  ���������Wllh evcry preen ti tlon the soldiers  .and gendarmes and police, with revolvers in their hands, marched' up tho  stairs to tlio1 second floor. The mutineers wero waiting for them, nnd  when moro doors were' forced thoro  wns a abort-but-florco hand to hand  struggle,  A volley cowed the mutineers. Ono  of them, a sailor nnmod Mngnniul, wns  found dead in n cell. Behind him  tho dead body of Drivhonnot, tho ring-  londor,''hunt from a nail ln tho colling.  ��������� Tho ylcUms, dead nnd pounded,  wore takon to tho civil hospital and  all tho mutineers wero snfoly locked  In cells hy midnight.' 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In tills age of research and experiment,'' ���������  nll-nature-ls-ransacked-by��������� Uie-sclontlCla^.  for tlio comfort and happiness of man,  Science, has  indeed .nutdo, giant..RtrtdeB  In tho past century,, and among_the���������by .  no means least Important���������discoveries In  medicine is.that of Theraplon,- which haw  been used -with great success In French'  Hospitals- and that 11 la worthy the. attention of; thoso who si-fCer from kidney,  nbladdor, nervous diseases, chronic weaknesses, ulcers, skhv eruptions, piles, &c,  thero ls no doubt.   In fact it seems evl.  dent from tho btg stir created' among3t  specialists, tlmtiTHERAPION-is destined  to cast into oblivion all those .question- ,,  ablo   remedies   that   were   formerly   tho'  solo reliance of medical  men.   IL Is of  course impossible to toll sufferers all wo  should  111?,  to  toll  them ' In  this "short  article, but thoso who would like to know  more about-this remedy that hns effect-  ed so many���������wo might almost pay, miraculous' cures,  should send  addressed envelop, for frhh boolc to Dr, Le Cler.  Med,   Co.,.- Ilavrrstoclc -, Road, - .1 lamp -  stead, London, Kngland,  and' decide  fo.*  themselves whether . tho    New    French  Remedy "TIIEIIAI'ION" No. _,- No, 2 or  No. " Is what they require and hnvo been  seeking in vain during 'a life of misery,  suffering,   111   health   nnd   unhapplncs'j. ,  I'hcraplon.lH-sold by drugRists nnd all v  leading medicine dealers in Cnnnda.  over  Outshown  What. Is lhe band playtiif,?  Soo���������tho (toiuiucrliiB Horo Cornea,  ��������� Where l������ the conqiieriiiK Itero?  You cannot boo hlni for tho reception committee.  V. / N. U. 930  CommKrclallzed Art  Ho U Sum. painter, bellevf me,  To what Bchool tloea ho b.loiiu?  To the unitarian.  Oh, signs xnft f.nces.  A *!ii)plin>l X ray by which n bill  collector could see how much money  it m;.u U.ul lu UU pockot wntiM fill n  Ions felt want.  Some men are !.:o crmu Rnilnnd In  ihfclr dU|io������Iiion that It h nil thoy tan  do io ke:\i on good terms with them*  Helves.  Absent-Minded UildA Phr  A (l.uovii cou plo who recently  had nrrnnmed fnr tholr marriage hy  fho civil nud reunions authorities at  ClnriiH', -SwlUorlnnfl, failed to uppoar  nt tbn nnnoinled time, havlui. as they  declared, forgotten all about it.  To What Base Uses  Tlio very nnclont Gothic Triory  of Ilochefoucauhl, France, dallni? from  tho year 1000 has been acquired by  n butcher, who will iimo It as a pig.  breeding catabllH'hment.  Second Thought  She hns rivoh up tho Iden of get-  tins ft divorce.  I tlioiiRht she wns determined?  Determined. Hho had hor court  drr.fisci picked.  Did he win her Inch?  No; she henrrt thnt nlimonien wf>re  not 'holnR worn na lnrgo as formerly th|.i traton.  m*n***tamt*m**m ^rnn���������-mi *iwi  The politician doesn't appreciate*  oersona with long memories.  All In  Thoro wns nn old man from Iwnlco  JMoneu ,   ���������   .  Whoso nllmont wns tuberculosis  lie Blcpt on the lawn  From sunset to dnwn  And called it a bum dlngnoslu  Persistent Asthma., A most dl_.  trosslng characteristic of this dchllltii-  IiiK dl.enflo, Is tho pprslBtenco with  which recurring attache como to sup  awny strength'and Wnvo tho sufforor  In a stnto of almost continual exhaust*  Ion, No wiser precaution cnu lio  taiton thnn thnt of hooping nt liiuul a  supply of Dr. .T, D, Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy, famous ns tho most potent  rcmotly for onulieutlng tho diseaso  from tho londor nlr pnsonges,  USE YOUR SPARE TIME  ,' Wo give you 'a Home Study Cours*  which will enable you to propnvo.for  better things hy using your spnro time.  Wo teach all Commercial branches,  Higher Accounting, Drawing, Illustra������  Ung, and fit young pooplo for good  positions at good salaries, Wrlto ui  for particulars and lot ub know what  position you would lllto to prepare  for, Do It now. . Adilross W, If.  Shaw, Prosidont,' Shaw Correspond*  enco .School, Toronto, Canada.  MALE HEL? WANTED  y  WOULD V/OU LIKE TO L13ARN TIIU  stock broking business? I wnnt a llvo  ambitious representative lu every city  nnd town to hnudln stocks, bonds nnd  mortgages; applicant must furnish references imd liuvo from $300 to K'OO pc-mon-  ul capital. Wrlto or oall M. It. IWaaf  i. Co., at Victoria Btrcot, Toronto.  Feared the Worst  Oh,   mother,   cried   llltlo   Bonny,  breathless to bo tho first with tlio  news;  Undo Georgo has oto something that don't agroo with Jilm,  ,  Bay oaten, child.   Dut what ot that'  -<    l      ,.l������V*i  i������j J.u   ti.t. U .  Do you mipposo It was Aunt Ll-/,.  zlo or ono ot tho chlldron that ho  oaten?  Whero did you get such an Idea"!  I heard you toll father that none  of tho family ngi'oed with him.  Whenever tho wcndier man does  turn out nn,,article gimruntood to suit  somo storm' or othor coinon along and  spoils It.  Mnrl -wind* n Utile hero bolow every  fow mlnutos,  It Is caster to bo foolish than illf.nl*  flod, and sometimes lt pays Just ns  well.  The follow who doesn't collide with  somo one's opinion overy littlo whllo  Is so busy dodging that ho Isn't of  much force,  No man Bhould buy a Butt ot cloth ns  so loud that his other creditors can  hear U calling,  A good man Un't a good liar, which  Is tho difference between a good man  and a good fisherman.  ~" To be Tn It  She reads tho sporting page enro  fully.  Duffy  o;,v utliloltca?.  Not at ail."  Then why the waste ot timo?  8o that hev husbands and eons cannot carry on a conversation at this1    A girl who knows she ls prclty likes  table In a foreign language. Ao hai/o her suspicions corroborated.  Sweets of Unwelcome Love  It Is reported that Mrs, Alexander Hobs, ot Johannesburg, .punish*  cd a man for pentorlng hor with un*  wolcomo attentions by , pouring  tlio contents ot a grdlon jar ot treacle  over him, and thon, with tho assist*  nnco ot her husband, rolled him in  flour.  Empress Approves Deposition  in rcklng, In a recent interview  wllh n Duddhlst prelate the omproes  dowager of China deelarod that tho  establishment of the republic In China  markod the hpR-lnnlng of n bright  opoch for all tho peoplo of the conn-  try. ���������  Economical Wife  Ilonry dear, tho children are needing Bhoos.  Noedlng shoes ngaln, Do you think  I nm mndo of monoy. Whoro nro  lho oues I bought for, them just n  few days ago? I mipposo you hnvo  glvon thom to somo beggars undor tlio  impression that tholr father's amuse  mont was to buy now ouofl.   ���������  No, my dear, I havo not glvon thom  awny. I hnvo put thom through tho  moat chopper and wlll servo them to*  morrow an liach, Bo homo early for  din nov, dcav,  Minard's Liniment Cunt Colds, &o.<  fcWWUmHWWlH  I     ��������������������������������������������� tWmmm  Help for the Dense  That was a flno jolco you had ln lho  mngiuino,  Glad yon llkpd U.  Hut wasn't tlioro something mlas*  lug?   ' ,.   r    -  What was It?  Don't yon throw In a diagram?  Tho man who is not tm goo.i wnn*,  with his liiother-lti-lftw Ja not living  up to his opportunities.  A stitch In the side is more distress*  lug than'a otltch In' timo,  Glvo.a reckless man ropo'enough  and ho wlll pawn It tor a drink.  Kvery niiUi must put''on tho boxing  gloves with fate, whether'ho likes n-  Bcrap or not. ^*  Good digestion ts tho muln ingred*  lont nt a satisfactory dinner, hut it  must \\i\\e help.  After n few years the storng. egg  must bcEin to think that this Is a cold  world.  -T" A      \ ���������      '  jthe .Mews, Cumberland, b. c  #:  j^VY^Y������������������������������������������������������������������������Y������������V������������������*' to kill your husband as well as tha  } A CHRISTMAS  EPISODE  >'<  :-t  ��������� <  '���������*������������������  ,-e  ;���������<  ��������� t  ��������� <  ��������� c  I  ��������� t  -<  ������������������<  ���������<  ��������� <  Involving Mis Majesty the  Emperor of Germany ,  By JOSEPH MICHALOWSKY    ,1  ���������kkkkkkkkickkkkkkkkkkkkkkkirk  t ' x'  "\ly dear," said Countess Demidorf,  wife of tho favorite aid de-camp ot  tho emperor of Germany, "I hnvo everything ready" for Christmas so far  es roan foresee.   Can you thlulcof  anything that Iins beeu overlooked?" ,  .."liavo you ordered the tree?"  . "I have,,'and hnvo,procured u Uuo  one.   The children will bo delighted/'  "A'gift" from me to each child?"  "Every one has been provided for."  "Well, then! X dou't seo wbat elso  lliore Is' to do."  "Are you going anywhere, Adolph,  With tho emperor during tlio next few  days?"  "Ilo may go to.Hamburg oh Thursday.' If so 1 shall;-doubtless go with  ��������� hiua.   Why do.you ask?'-    A   A  "Oh, nothing!  .'simply wish to know  If you will be absent on Christmas  eve."  ,.;'-..   I om quite suro I sliull-that Is, If  wo make, the trip." '     -'  '-'Why do you go with the emperor  ou nllhls Journeys?'' ::'  "Being - intrusted\ wllh the regulations" to insure-1 bis'safety when lhe  travels, it is usually necessary tliat  I should do so. Just now It.is imperative, for we have got wind of',a.plot  ; of tho "anarchists to assassinate the  emperor."/.'    "''..      ���������'���������. A     A  The count kissed his wife, went,out  to bis carriage and was driven to. his  cabinetsln tbe palace, w here, bo, pro-  eeeded-'to make thb arrangements for  his master's, trip," During tho day fur-  tber details of jtlioplotbatchcd by'the  anarchists were, "brought In and occasioned ��������� theJcount.great, concern." But  ������. jyhen ho'.went bomb In..the evening  nnd' foulid" his children absorbed In  their anticipations for.Christmn^be  threw off'.care and-entered into the  spirit of tiie seasop.,,''��������� .. v '��������������� -< ".  7lAy dear," said his wife,' "has the  cinperoj's trip been decided.upon?"  "���������"'Not surely-"   J~~  '  "Howfcau one know whether he goes  .or uot?".'" ' . A*"   '.   ..���������',* ������������������..  "���������"Why should; ono * wish to. know?'  nsked the busbahd, looking nt his wife.  .curiously. ���������'���������  "Why-why. our calculations for  Christmas are in a measure dependent  upon' your being ;uoi. _ just ..'beforo'  Christmas diiy."..    i     A"'-   "'  "I dou't seo why."   . ��������� , ��������� .��������� .--.'  ��������� "Well, never mind. I fihnll try,to  iirrangb everything Irrespective" of your  being with us."'  This reply seemed'tossnlisfy tbo  count, who was" especially desirous  since receiving thb,Information of the  anarchist plot, to keep tho .emperor's  going a secret. ,������������������ Oo played with his  children till their bedtime, kissed them  good night and then fell /to' thinking  about tho coming Journey and. how to  head off thoso who were bent on murdering his Imperial master, Tho next  morning ho said,to his, wlfo:"  "It will bo' decided today whether  wo go to Hamburg or not. If we go.I  elm!! send yon' n private mcssago-1  don't claro trust to the tolophono-thnt  you mny get my bnggngo ready."  "Wlll his majesty's departure be announced In tlio newspapers?".  "That enh't bo ri voided horo In Ger*'  many ns It might bo In Itusslp,. If  wo go (ho nest .Issue of tbo Journals  .will annonnoo thb fact,"  Tho count spent tbo day In his cnb*  Inot as iisiinl, and during tho afternoon  n police olllcer en mo In nnd linndcd  lilm n nolo. Demidorf rond It nnd  turned pule. Tbo ehlrogrnphy ho recognized lo bo Ills wlfo'H. Tho nolo was  nddrcBsed to her brolbor, Uelnrlcb von  Klnnlngeii, and read!  BrliiR It on Thursday provided the emperor crocs to Hamburg on Hint day; If  not, dcliiy till ynu hear from mo. In any  fivont, you hnd hotter hand It In .by tho  back door, Twolvo midnight would bo  tlio nnfost hour to make lho delivery.  "ITow did you obtain Ibis?" asked  tho (fount, making un effort to control  his ngllnlloii,  "Tlio messenger who was employed  to curry It, finding Hint It hnd boon  cnrolosHly seiilod, had tlio curiosity to  open and roiul It, Ilo considered It ol  vital Imporlniico nud Instead of delivering It hnuded It to our chiof, whq  dlroetPd mo to-Urlng lt horo."  "Cnll nnotlior messenger with orders  fo carry It lo the person to whom It  Is addressed,'' said tho count. "But  first I wlll tnko n copy nf ll."  Whou ho bad done so ������io gnvo It lo  tiiu Alhil A,A ALhiLslA lilm. Tlu'ii,  when he wnn nlmu\ hln head sank on  his desk and bo groaned. Was It pos-  Blbl'oilluit bis wlfoimd boon drawn Into  sympathy Willi anarchists through lior  brother, who was nu extremist nnd  possibly nn nnnreliNt lilm������<������lf, nnd luul  ������ibo consented to uso such knowiedgo  nf tbo emperor's movements as sho  might derive from her husband fo favor tholr designs? Ilonvonsl Hho must  bo Intending to receive tho bomb with  which It was Inlendod lho. murder  uliould bo com mill vd. Hut what would  It avail (ho assassins to receive It uft*  rr the emperor had gono?  "Acli! I Imvo It!" ho said to liimsolf.  "Tho assassination Is to tnko place ou  nur roturn. It Is thon that precautions  (liken In such vatet nro apt to ho ro-  1'ixetl. Oil. my Amelia! To Ihlnk Hint  ymi should not imly be Hip Inn) tit at-  Hosshis, but of uaaa^sliiH who ur������ lluhlt  emperor!"  Calling, a messenger, , he sent ths  countess a note stating tliat he aud his  imperlul master would leave for Hamburg as Intended and sho was to pre-'  pare-his baggage and send.lt to,the  stntion. Then1,be asked.for an Interview with the emperor nud told ,hlm  that ho,had unenrtbed a plot to murder blm on hjs return from -Hamburg;  that it would bp belter'for bis majesty to go as Intended, whllo ho,, Demidorf,''remained behind to, prevent tbo  assassination and secure proof against  tho conspirators: "' ,  , William questioned hts aid-de-camp  closely, nud linally drew forth tbo Information that tho Countess Demidorf  was implicated In tho plot. Ho thought  for somo time,-then snid: -   '  "Thls,.is too important a matter, niy  friend, for mo to lenvo exclusively to  any ono but myself, uot" even you. 1  ,. have boon very foud of your ' wife,  aud I fear lest-tbo evidence .may be  against ber, yet misleading. What J  propose to-do is this: We will both  start for Hamburg, but. I wish you to  hnvo a swift automobile at a way station to tako us off tbo.trnIn.aiHl return  us to Berlin in time to. intercept this  bomb carrier. Provide" police uniforms  for both of us. We will wntch at your  back door, seize the'bomb and. 1.shall  see for myself what evidences of guilt  there arc on the pnrfof your wife and  be able to Judge how far sho has been  made a tool of others.". '  ..Demidorf took tlio emperor's band  and pressed it fervenUy by way of  expressing a gratitude for which he  could not- find words. Theu be left  the chamber to obey tbe orders bo had  received. '-."���������.  It was nearlng midnight on Christmas bve or Christmas morning when  two police officers, sauntering leisurely  into the street, where Count Demidorf  lived and later entering tbe count-  back yard, concealed themselves under  some' bushes.   A'fewmluutes beforo  tlie clocks struck 12 a man passed hito  "the yard-and was 'advaucing to.'tbe  door when be was stopped.by tbe policemen, bub-of whom seized a box he  carried and examined It as well as the  imperfect light would permit.,     ;  .  "It's not a bomb," ho said,-"biit-nn  a infernal machine. c_ I bear it tick."  \Q?he bearer of tbe box was too surprised to utter a word.  Tbe mau wbo  held It rapped softly at the door.   It  was opened by. a woman. One bf tho  policemen pushed by _ her and turned  ou4ho .electric Jlgbt., It revealed the  countess, lier brother and tbe two po-"  llcetheii.     '";''. " "''  __^Ar^Jla!IL_B)j?iiacdL_iue_Lof_.tho,latter^,  "Adoiphl" exclaimed .the couutess;,  "You haverulued us. How.couldy.on  , -  A Venomous Snake.  The only "sure way, to tell a venomous  iu'ake Is to kill tbo reptile, opeu its  mouth;with" a stick-aud look for the  hollow, curved faugs. When hot In  uso.they arc compressed ngalnst the  roof of the mouth, beneath tbe reptile's  eyes, They are hinged, as you can seo  If you pull them forward with a pencil. 'The venom Is contained.In a sack  hidden beneath the skin at the base of  each fang. -   ' 7  - ar '  .-> (, ,, , ,. r,  . Curious Marriage Ceremony.  'A Bedouiu mnrrlngo does uot take  much time. - Tbo bridegroom" kills a  sheep nnd spills lho blood ou tho snnd  of his father-inlaw's threshold, and lho  wedding Is over.  . Antelopes Choose tho Open,'  Tho'antelope lives always In opon  country, unllko members' ot tbo deer  .family, ��������� which invariably prefer a  thick, dense forest. They ennnot bo  driven inlo timber cover ot" thickets  of brush, but will literally turu about  and run ovor a pursuer if necessary  rather thau be forced iuto cover-'  Suez Canal Searchlights.  ' No sblp Is allowed to pass through  tho Suez canal without u.searchlight  of a particular type.   1Mb������ vessel bas  no't oue of her,own sho must borrow.  "*   o *    -j    ������ I     '��������� i -  one. ������������������  Australian Water Holes. ' " "  ' A curious forin, of water bole "Is  found In the,deserts of Weste'ru Australia.-' Tho hole is dry by ,day, but  yields an abundant supply of water by'  night. Tho'flow of water is preceded  by weird hissings aud sounds of rushing air. "'.       ���������    ���������-'-",'���������' l  v ~   ���������<_     "     1 ,  Dogs arid Rabies. ,  When a dog feels ill in*tbe early,  stages of rabies it is anxious to get  away from home. -aCases arc known ia  England where, dogs so 'affected continued on the march for seventy miles."  , Fish Eyes.'-  Fisli havo no eyelids.   They do uot  require them, as their eyes are constantly/washed by the water in which  they swim.    . ..'    ' / -'   ."  Hindu Children.  Hludu children are remarkable for  their precocity. ' Many of Ihem are  skillful" workmen nt an age when children of America.aro'ie'arnlng the'al-  phabet. A" boy ofseveu may be a skill-:  ful woodcai-ver; while, some of the  handsomest rugs ai'c woven by children not yet iu their, teens.k.        ' -  MANLIKE  MANATEES.  -, , ** . *      .  Theso   Queer  Creatures   Are   Linked'  With the Mermaid Myth.^  ..In semltroplcal waters of .America  there disports a member of that family,  of aquatic mammals to which bas been  ascribed tbe mermaid myth. Related  to tbe dugong nud the now extinct  ibytiuH, we still have the manatee..  This name Is preferred by somo to  mauati,' under tha impression that tho  latter is tho plural of the Latin ,"maua:  tus" "(furnished with hands), though  ���������tho name Is probably of Mundingo origin, 'i'    ������������������  The manatee ls n herbivorous, mammal Juliabltlug tho shallows about the  coasts   of   Florida,   Mexico,   central  'America and tho West Indies,   It is  not known to attempt tbe open sea and  does uot possess tho ability to como  ashore.    This   animal   is ���������'somewhat  whalellko in.shape,, with u borizoutal  tall flu.' It is- from eight to twelve feet  iu length, tho body being scantily eov-.  ered with hair. Tbe only limbs aro tbe  fore flippers, low on tho side of the  body.   This flipper bas no lingers.;. lt  does possess, though, three flat nails  and has a freo motion In all directions  from tho shoulder.   The elbow and  wrist approximate the human anatomy in.movement' With this crude resemblance to.nn'arm tho manatee has  been said to carry its young.   While  the statement is uot authentic, ��������� it is  quite believable, its. possibility being  vouched,"for. by all-observers' bf tho  arm in motion.  -��������� The,head'of the,manatee Is divided  :frbm'tfib body by"a slight,indication  "of neck.   The upper lip is extraordinarily flexible-so much so that each  -side can protrudo independently of the  other, and, thus separated into, two  lobes, the upper lip can.perform the  complete operation of grasping food  and conveying it iuto the. mouth. .In  each jaw are tweuty pairs,, of two  ridged teeth.*.'With ..this formidable  equipment the mauateo.is not, how-'  ever, feroclousrbut.browses tranquilly  on tbe water plants of its habitat.   In  some view, tbe bead is surprisingly  manlike, though  far from beautiful,  and no specimen has ever sat on tho  rocks, and combed its golden hair-  Harper's. .  AN  IRON  W^LEP ^MONARCH,  One Man Rule as Exemplified In Fred*  erick the Great. '  Frederick was an intensively active,  highly, capable, strong willed and self  reliant,commander.   He concentrated  all power In his own hands, reducing  his ministers to clerical work and his,  generals to the duties of personal lleii-,  tenants.   Below him the Prussian administration. was a thing of stiff und  mechnnlcal obedience, lucking in initiative and individuality.  Several of Frederick's military losses  woro due to tkq'fncfc tbat he gave his  .generals such minute orders'and was  so sovere In caso ot disregard of Instructions that they did not dare to  uso their own judgment when unfor-  seen conditions presented themselves.  He personally foresaw aud provided  for everything, aud ho Inspected frequently uud thoroughly. Ills discipline  was severe, his orgnuizntiou good, his  calculation accurate and limited to  what was, possiblo. ills movements,  which wow. skillfully disguised, were  rapid, o    a       -        '. .   -  _  So superior was Frederick to his opponents lu strategy that they wero  obliged for safety to keep their troops  iu so concentrated a form that there  was uot siifllelcufc space for effective  maneuvers.. He was moro capable in  marching and maneuver than in battle, mor������ capable in battle than ia  siege.  , . , ,   ' ���������   .'  His great defect os an administrator  Jay in tho fact ihat he dwarfed the  growth of those below bim and so educated uo- talented-corps'.to bear tho  political and military burdens of-the  state wheu bo should be obliged lo  Jay them down., Ho apparently could  do things'buly through himself. Hav-,  iug a supremo contempt for the capacities of most mortals, he bad no mind  to make experiments whicli might have  changed bis, opiuions. .Although- he  knew for many years that bis successor was to be a man without ability,  be handed down lo him a system which  required a Frederick.' We may saythat  lie brilliantly administered a system  which was badly orgaulzed.-Edward  D. Jones in Engineering Magazine.  ELECT ION STRATEGY.  Incident of an Old Time,English Par-  *    -'  " '- liamentary Contest.  ' Chicken and Veal'Pie.  Buy chicken giblets, ,,the nocks, giz* '  /.ards, .hearts hud livers. By adding  to Iheso half a pound of veal cutlet  there Is enough for an excellent chick-  on plo. Put tho giblets into a saucepan witli a pint ot cold water, u slice  of onlou,->u small carrot and a level  tenspoonful ot salt.' Simmer until  there Is only half a cup of liquid.  Strain this ^ml sot aside. Cut the veal  into small cubes and cook slowly until  well done and a light brown. Tut Into  a baking dish with tho giblets cut up  and scatter a, little salt'fat pork, cut  to shreds, through tho meat.. Thicken  the chicken liquor slightly with flour  moistened with water to a paste. Cover with good,-rich pie paste, puff paste  If you have it, aud buko In a steady,  oven for an hour and a half.       .   ..  ., i.        -..      .      ,       .  Boiled Cracker Pudding.  * One quart of milk, oue pint of pounded crackers, three oggs, ono-fourth'  cupful of molasses, one cupful of seeded raisins, one tenspoonful,of salt, one  tcaspoonful of" cinnamon, ouo-fourth  tcaspoonful of nutmeg, one-fourth tea-  spoonful ot cloves, ���������ono tablespoonfnl  of melted butter.: Add cracker crumbs  to milk. Beat eggs until, light, ndd  salt aud spices, and combine with tbo  crackers'and milk mixture. .Add molasses, raisins and melted bytter aud  stir until thoroughly bjended. Tie tho  mixture carefully In a heavy floured  pudding bag., Place on a rack in a  kettle of holing water, cover and;boll  twoand one-quavter hours. Serve with'  hot pudding sauce.  FLUNG FROM A WINDOW.  '1   - .T  Horrors of a  Death Sentence  In tho  Middle Ages In Bohemia. .    '  How many people kuow what refen-  /'eslrotion'means'/   Yet it was onco a  In the'days before the iustilutlon ofj popular" method of executing criminals  the secret,ballot, when'.the candidate   and_was ine" mode of capital punl'sh-  have dono It? It is yon, Heinrich, who  havo corrupted her. with, your crazy  Ideas.".   .    *' '.     ' '  " _. .  ';What does it all.mean?" cried tbo  countess.   " A, A  ������������������ "Let ns go In and examine the box."  said the policeman who held it, and,  followed by tlio other, bo entered tho  houso.  The countess looked at him, nt  first doubtfully, ..then contldently, and  exclaimed:. .  "Great hcavcns-lbo kaiser!.1  ���������i havo como here," said the ouiper-  or, "that 1 might decide upou your  caso In person. 1 have been your friend  too long to Intrust It to others."1'  "Wbnt caso?"   ' .      '..  . "Open tbo box," said the count. "Let  mo reliovo your majesty. If uuy ono  Is to bo killed.I infinitely .prefer Hint  It should bo your loyal servant, myself.  I do not wish to llvo,after this dis-,  grace".   '  Tbo emperor handed blm tho box.  nnd ho toro off tbo,wrapper.    ,  ���������Tako care," said his majesty. "It  has a sliding lid."  Tho cnullon camo too late. Demidorf, maddened, drow back n few foot  from tho others nnd removed tho lid.  Hut the expected explosion, did not  falco place.  "A clock!" oxclalmcd tho omporor.  "And as I live, tho clock that stood In  tho cablnot of my grandfather.",  There wns n moment of slleuee In  which nil wondcredj thon tho emperor,  turning to tho countess, usked tier for  an explanation.  "Tbo clock," sho said, "after tho  donlh of his majesty tlio Emperor WIL  Main I, wns glvon us a reward for  faithfulness lo ono of Ills attendants.  Tho latter dying poor It was sold to n  dealer In curios. My brother bought  It for mo to glvo to my lumbnnd for n  Christmas gift I Intended n grout  surprise and hnvo nttomplod to Intro*  duco It boro .whllo ho was away. Wo  havo tho surprise, but not lho ono expo.tod,"   .' '    ,  Tlio omporor burst Inlo n laugh, nud  nt tlio snmo moment n shouting, a tiring, n ringing of bells without nn*  iiouncod Hint It was Christmas morning,       .. - ���������  "Count," said William, "you nro tbo  biggest fool on earth except one."  "And who Is that, your majesty?"  "Myself. If thoro Is wlno In (ho  house let us drink m bumper to Christ*  j;;;,,'?. Mi-.ianl.il. uiJ.t iiii iuuoiuublio  Hout. from the pnlaco wllh a j;n!t ol  clolhos Hint I mny return In more appropriate habiliments than Huiho In  which I came."  The count, overjoyed nt tho turn tin  nffnlr Ind IrUrwi, onrin" tn ..n ?'"''!."!?  IiiiHoii, but, remembering that the servants wore nsleep, ran to tlio wlnu closet,  mid In nuolhor moment tlio Christum*  din without wns supplemented by tin  popping of corks within. A lior pledging nil lho party tho omporor returned  to (ho i-alacc, much rol lev oil and gu-.il-  ly delighted.  Tlio cplsodo wn* too good to ki'op,  ami It wns Imparted (ho next day to  iho members of ihe imperial family,  from whence It spronrt all over ths  palace, but n special messenger wnt  r.<Mit t<������ <*ncb newspaper In I'.crlln with  |ron.,Rust. ,  . ToTremove-iron rust saturate' spot  with Ibinon juice, then'cover with salt.  Let stand In siiu.for several hours,  or a solution of hydrochloric acid may  be used.     A-  :''     A  Trials For Animals. .'  Old documents of Hie middle ages  'tell us of numerous cases .whero animals were put on.trial'for serious offenses charged against them. For examplo, in 11370 three cows wero tried  for having killed a boy. Tho wholo  herd- wero arrested as accomplices.  All were discharged but tho, guilty  three, theso being condemned to be executed. ' Tho sentence wns pronounced  : by lho Duke of Burgundy. . .  Broken Glass.*  Broken glass has a market.. Some of  il is ground ih.fluo powdorllko particles and used for various purposes., At  othor times It Is remoltod aud mndo  into now; glass objects.  Velvet. :  Velvet Is manufactured by placing in  tho loom rows of very short threads ot,  lho material designed to bo employed,  whether cotloiior silk. Thoso arc tbon  caught up by:lho cross threads lu'lho  weaving and -fasWicd In such n way  that tho fleecy ends present themselves  all on ono sido of Ibo fabric.  with the longest purse'usually, won an  election, ay former Lqrfl_ Duudonnld,  "wImvrefusedrfo give bT'lBes, -contested"  noniton; but-\vas beaten., fiy an" opponent who. paid "bis electors at.lho rate  .of-������5 a vole.  -Thou <the   unsuccessful   candidate  conceived this briiliaut plan, says the  writer pf a'hlsloryof tbe Duudonnld  family.*' He announced'to his friends  that he'was quite determined to win  the scat noxt time without bribery.  Then lie sent the town crier round tho  town to announce that all who had  voted for blm In this {ii'steloctloii might  repair-to his agent, from whom tlioy  would receive ������10..'   .' '., .  ���������'As ���������'comparatively  few  people_ bad  voted for him,.this was not a very ex-  . pensive process. "And at the uest eloe-  ���������tlon Lord ��������� Dundonald was'elected by  an enormous majority. ''After the triumph "several people camo to blm and  delicately suggested lhat some reward  wns duo to such loyally;,,  "Not'n farthing." was the reply.  "But, my Jord,������you gnvo ������10 a heart  to tho minority nt the lust election, and  tho .majority liavo "boon counting on  something handsome on this occasion."  ' 'Terhnps so," snid lho clever candidate;   "My former gift wns for Ihoir  "disinterested conduct In not taking my  opponent's bribe of ������.1. 'For mo to pay  them now would bo to vlolnto my own  principles."���������I'onrson's Weekly.  Tho Orinopo. ..,  The rlvor Orinoco hns moro trlbu*  tnrles than any olhor'rlvor.   Tho lolnl  number Is put nt IM50U, Including <i'AU  lnrgo streams,  ment. used in Bohemia in'the middle  .age3rand-l.itei*r-s-DefeaesU'ation-mcans  "throwing from a window," but tbat  did not always include all the arrangements  made for the  doomed  man's  exit from lhe world.' -.  .. in Prague '.In'1.19 the council' chamber of the lirodschin,' or town hall, -wat  -used ns.the'-placeof execution. There,  ���������In the presence*of the assembled nobles, their invited guests nnd the dignitaries   of   the   city.'; the ��������� unhappy  wretches .wore, cast from a window  eighty feet to the courtyard bblow.  If his crimo was  an' ordinary offense the prisoner wns merely dropped  .on tho-slones and allowed lo-'llo' there  bruised and broken nnll^denth put an  -end lo Ills sufferings, succor being for-  byjdeu. '  But It ho wns guilty of irensoii or  any act of violence against n noble ho  fell on tlie sharp spears of a s .und of  soldiers or "dropped to tlio tender nior-'  cles of a'pack of; fierce dogs specially  trained for lhe purpose, or'ho.'might  be flung io wild boars previously enraged hy being pricked with spears,  Tho last' time defenestration was  practiced was Just before ibo Thirty  years'^ wnr, when the Imperial ..commissioners brought nn unwelcome ipes-  sago, to J'riiguo and wore" promptly  thrown from the window. This pre-  plpltn 1*0(1 lho war ami abolished tho  euslom.-.Now Vork Press.  X Rays.  X rays, discovered liHSito liy Profca*  sor llonlgbu, woro so culled by lilm bo*  causo "x" Is tbo Hymbol used In algo*  brnlcnl calculations for nu uufcuown  quantity,  _   .1 . .    i   __   I     I      III   II ��������� ~"       T  Cash Your Checks.  It Is not woll to keep checks locked  up In your dunk. Cash tjii'iu... it. Is security for yoursolr, If lho drawer I*  not entirely reliable, and u.fuvor to  lilm If bo Is. "Slnlo" check- nro nu  annoynncii to bnnlc ulllcliils and n sou-  oral hindrance. Ciisli your chocks!  Mahogany Trees,  i'bo   mnlingnuy  is  ot   vory   slow  growth, many of Iho largo I rot's, it li  suld. bearing evidence of un ugclln ex*  cons of l.OOU years.  Thermometer and Gulf Stream.  Investigators hnvo observed that lho  Ihormomctor Is not necessarily n suro  Indication of lho gulf- stream; that tho  strongest current dogs uoHiocessnrlly  coincide wllh tho highest tempera lure.  Tho warmth of tho water only Indicates its tropical' origin, nnd it may  or may not bo accompanied by a current. Thin tho warmest y/aUiv off  Capo IIiitloi.18 In tho result or u very  gontlo How coming from iho trailo  wind region outsldo tho Wcst'lndlos.  Tho gulf fitreumillsclf Is bolwoon Ihis  warmer walor nnd tlm 100 fathom  curve-Shipping Illuslrntod.  ��������� ' ���������������������*-  Agatnst Speculation.  Tho bond of n big trust suld ut a dinner In Hoslou:  "I have always been against specula*  lion, To try to get rich by slock .line-  luiitlons liislend of by honoKt work for  ilio common good Is to bo an undesirable citizen.  "Beside.*., theso lIiHutillng Invecl-  mollis uro very rM;y and iincerliiln.  II'h ii wise slock,'you soo, lhat knows  lis own piir/'-lixchiuigo.   '  Siam'B Pomelos. |  Tho pomelo groves of Slum thrlvo on  . ulr. When thin Is not supplied by tho  overflow or tlio oeenn It Is necessary to"  illstribulu suit over Ibu ground.  Thti Emerald Isle. |  f rein ml Im called llm Kmcnild Wo h->  ciiiiko of tho richness uf lis verdure,  thu term being llrnt used by Dr. William Droiinnii, tho author of "tlleiulnl*  Moli" and oilier pooiiiM, published In  ibo Inttor part otJhu I'lglileciitu etu*  tury.   Courtship In Servl.i,  Kvcn tho courtship ot n Servian girl  li nrrntiged by her rwlutlves, lier ho*  Iroihnl contract being n wlien ten cnl;i������,  wllh money aud flowi-i'-. on lop uf If,  ii  u'.irnliiff from the omporor tint w ' ������'hHi  ������i handed hy hor pr.>'-pp''f!vo  give lhe mailer to Hit* piHi'lc. 1 luisbuud'a father to tier own laltiur,  Wise Ptoviiian. ,  ,  "Wiggins siiyn lio litis tho smnrtoHl;  youngster In the world." j  "Of course," answered Mr. Hrnwelier. |  "Kvery parent loots tout way, and IIV |  r,   ,VK'0   f'l'QVi-l'V!   Of   ."."''.'."(.'.      ll'-   '.W'J'i  liiimnii being's lllu Ihero oughl lo bo  Executioner 8ots a Fashion.  In England fashions liavobocn killed al executions, but in Franco over a  conlury ago fashion in'men's attlro  was sot by Sanson, tho public executioner. Sanson, who had high Ideas of  lho dlgnlly of IiIh olllco, wns famous  for lho richness of bis ntllro whon oIII-  clullug on llm Kcnil'old. .Iust boforo  tho rovolnlkm ho was forbidden to  wear nine, tho nublomiin's color, and  by way ol' protest lie mado hlmsolf  even uiuro gorgeous, Ho took lo greon,  ami Unit color, as woll as lho 'pooullnr  eni uf his dollies, was adopted hy  many, or tho young diindles of lho  court.  .-/  Dre-iklng Sootcli Idol*.  So less an imllmrlly llian Sir Aleck  Mui'Koir/.lo d coin res Ilio llddlu Is K(.'nt*  liiiul's national instrument and lays  no claim to tho bagpipe,  Aimilier blgh oIiihh export. iishoi'Ih Ilio  Imgplpo was bom among the Soljuks,  Mid aiiC'oslors uf lho iiimlorn Tuil's. ���������  Weol, wed! .,    ,  Sen thing It's llkoly nomo expert  wm idi iisMluil Hie Iliolniidi'i'H wero  lit,',   II.C iillCllloi,-i ol  1/,'tl.  la/ltCS. ���������CJOtaJ-  1 lnnd I'lnln Dealer,  f ���������.���������'���������' Spinach In Eggs.  - Boll the spinach in a very little wa.  ter (save the water) and drain the spinach dry.   Chop very fine and mix with .  a'tablespoon.ul of cream.. Salt und  pepper   to Ja'ste.    Have   three   eggs  boiled hard; cut theni in. two .lengthwise; lake out the yolks; fill the whites  with the spinach.   Make a sauce,with  one lublespoonful of butter ahd ouo  lablcspoonfur. of "flour; .-'.stir   'until-  -smo'othr-th"en'ttdd-half-arcupful-of-*th_-"  spinach-water and boil for five "'mln-'1  uios, stirring all the time..''Put th������  whites of eggs on rounds of buttered '���������  toast," pour the sauce around and spriii-  klo the yolks of eggs (pijt through a  6ieve) over the top,      ',  \, '-.    '  - Peanut Brittle.  Shell the peanuts aud' remove tbe  skins.,'then roll the nuts wllh a roller  on a marble slab iinUI they.nro us fine  as possible. Moasiire the nuts and for  evcry half pint tnko'one pound of-grnn-  ulntod' sugar. Put the sugar, in a  saucepan without a drop of water,'lot'  it melt vory carefully" and whon thor- ���������  oughly melted aud brown (not burnetii  remove froiii tho stove. Stir in the pen-  nuts al: once, pour ou a, mnrblo tslnb  nnd roll vory quickly with n roller  until (hln as u wafer; then cut in  strips. "      '  Peanut Cookies.  Heat (o a cream four tablespoonfnli  ot butter andlialf n cupful of .sugar,-  ndd iwo woll beaten eggs; four table-  spoonfuls of milk, one cupful Of Hour,  ,ono tenspoonful of baking powder,' one'  tcaspoonful of essence of lemon oivv.'i-  nliln and ono cupful of 'finely chopped  pennuls. Drop from tho point of u  toaspoon on lo buttered paper, leaving  a good margin around'each to proven*  running togolbor. Slick n split peanut  on lop of each cooklo and boko In a  medium oven.  One FlohermonVldei.  First, A'ngler-l.ouk! This llsh was al  nn>.n  i>uiniu,   in-nuu;  m.'������   <u������>   Uiuufii  hook III Ms moiilb,    Second Angler-  ii Hii'io'when. HOiiiebmly llituk'i ho hi it ,.hould havo iuul fionsu oiiongh lo  sleer dear of hooka nfler Hml. First  AiiKlcr-Oli. come, yon can't exped a  llsh lo c.lilhlt. iiiMi'o sense llian a human holng.-llm.ion Transcript.  Pen nut Soup.  Ono pint of shelled and biaimiiod peanuts, iwo liiblospoonfiiU of onion, two  liiblespoonfiils of celery, ono pint of  while stock, four Inblospoonfuls of butlor. one pint or milk, sail', red popper  and pnprlkii. Chop tlio pcaiiiits In a  meal chopper; cook the-chopped mils,  lho onion and iho celery In lho whlto  siniik I'or iweniy minutes, Molt llm  Iml lor, ndd llm (lour, tho milk uml tho  seasoning; cook for llvo mliiiitcH.  Combine iho mixtures, strain nud  servo,  Bnkod Caramel Cuit������rd.  Mell (tiiu-hair cupful of sugar In ft  dean frying pun, add oiio-half cupful  of water gradually und cook -until  thick. Heat four eggs until llyht, add  threo Inblospoonfuls of sugar, ono snlt*  spoonful of cult, ono pint of rich milk  and Hie cnri'imcf. Duller an enrllien  baking dish, pprlnklo wllh granulated  ;"i'yW,  j" '.!!'   Ill   Ilii.'  Cl.t-ljiil,  ;;'.ilid   il>a>  ill������h Iii n pan ot Imt wilier dud btiki*  uulll (inn,  ������iiiiii't."-lWns,iliiglon Star.  His Tinto.  ��������� "Whou I last saw lilm .Inbbs was,  green wllh envy, yellow wllh jealousy,  ���������Mlillo wllh feiiraixl red wlili rai;c,"  "What a highly t-niored lite uis niusi  lid"���������Htilflmorn Anieriftm,  Another Optimist.  Tommy-Pup, what is nn optlmlhtl  Tommj'.s* Pop-An optiiul.sl, my sou, it  ti man v.lm I.i itinvrlcd ;u;J jjl^d of It.--  riilluild|ilil:i Hocord.  Cause nntl Effect,  "He  spoke   very   Highly   of  yon   a  'liinillh ngo."  "Yt������; 1 luul Juvl loaned lilm $10"  "Hut   iniliiy   be   ���������miiiiioi   think   of  Miough harsh things to say nlxnit you."  "Tine.   1 stopped lilm on thu street  . sc>a,<',,Iny  iuul asln'il  hlni  lo  pay 11  | I-ik'W,"- Detroit Free Press.  Shrimp 8abd.  Cream two inbleiipunufiils of buttcf  nnil   fiinr  tiililc*-'pooiifiiu  ,-it  iiini"  ���������������������  gel lier. -jiJd yolks of tlirco cpgH uml  two cupfuls oi' milk and cook iiutll  ihli'keiioil. Add salt, pepper nnd a  pinch of cayouuo pepper, uno-li'ilf leu*  .puonliil of nin^ard uml mm can ol  shi'linps broken In smnll ploct-n.  Peanut Carametf.  I'ui Into a . iiucepuii iivi'f the lire om  cupful of moiiis������cs, mio cupful of sugar  mul a (junrter or a lablcspoonful ot  liMtli'i'. i.'uok until mo sirup crisp*  ulicii dropped Into wator; Ibeu ������llr In  ijiiii-uiy one i upful of chopped pennnti  io,A \iAif tuUi liiilteied tno.!' When  nutrI) cold mark Into t(,nartt.  a I '&'^_'-:,_i,&^  ,-*������,*-������������������&*������������*���������*?  I'.'i-.y.  'fi  i.-'i*  -ysr.  i-  I  fl'  ���������'fa 0  id  %7  :n'\  .'! 'i  .-1  ( '  i'i  c;! '  iWJ  "J������ '    ,  t. 1  :i ���������  I1  ik<  til  -i'i:i  i  hh  V. t  ���������7 r  ifi  Uh  >7i  *:S  ���������'A-:  ,' V'-  . -  !'( '.  'll ',  ili.  71  ���������:$  ..i.:i!  11  .,,,  <  ���������a  1!  "iii't  I-'.  Af  i' .-  tnnamTmnmmwim.&m.mmimmmir,u.jnv*t j������h>������iijHi_  THE HEWS," CCMBEkLAMT). BRITISH COLUMBIA.  UIlf-OIiEU4MS.  iXlMULtPRPEHs  URGE CU'Hffl'IHS  li,-_;W',  VTKW STOCK of the above in well assorted patterns  and designs nt POPULAR PRICES  Our stock oi Furniture, House-furnishings. - Beds,, etc., etc, is always  complete ancl prices the best.  . Try a Fawcett Range ; they,, are  always satisfactory. . .  Mm*a***e.*m*m**^Km*m*rmmmmm*mH*m^m*mmmmmmio***  McPhee Blook, J^ BJoKINNON   - Cumberland  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Fannv Bav School.  SCALED,rTENDERS, superscribed  ���������fenders for Fanny a Bay School,"  V',11 be received by the Honourable ihr  Minister of Public Works up to noon of  l-'nd iy. tbe ?8ih d.iy of February, 1913,  for me erection and completion .it a ene-  ���������|-o ������m s'������ hool build'ng .it Fnnny Hay,-in  lhe Comox,Electoral District.  Tlans, specification'., contract,-and  forms of Tender may be seen on ;ukI after the 71I1 day. of February, .1913, at  tlie t.ffice of Mr. George.Thomson, Gov-  rrnment'Agent, Nanaimo; Mr. John  P. i">rd, Ciovern-ner.t Agent, Cumberland;  Mr. Fred" Larson, Secretary of-Schoo .  ���������'lio.ii*, Unvm Bay; and ihe Depattinenl  of Public Word's, parliament Buildings,  -V'ctoria, B.C. *   ,..  Copies  of   plan* and  specifications  may be obtained on depositinga certified  t.,eque of $10, to be refunded on return  -.',.f~pl.t-,is-nnd���������������pecificaupns_by_dat_eje_L  dei-a are receivable.   .  ������"  Each proposal must be accompanied  by .in accepted bank cheque or certifi-,  r.uo of "deposit; on _,.-chartered bank of  C������n.i'da,*rt__i������ay-ible to .he.Honour*  ;.btc the -Minister pf. Public Works, for a  ni,,, equal'ttt-10 rcr cent of the tender,  uhich shtll be forfeited if the party ten-  tier.!*}; decline 10 enter into contract  ������ ii.ii called upon to do s������t>, or if he lail  (��������� utmplete the work contracted for  'lb.' cheques or certificitles of deposit of  nn-yccessful tenderers will be returned  i'. ihem upon tbe execution of the  t:,intr,ict.  .Tenders will not,- be considered unless  ni.tjle out.on tha  forms supplied,' signed  wih 1 lie'actual signaturo of .'tho tender-  tr in.I   cneloicd in the envelopes furn������  sh-d .  .  The lowest or any tender not neccssai  ly iicccpled.  ,    J, H. GRIFFITH,  f),        .   Public Works Engino'er  .Depaiimcnt of j'ublic Works,  .Victoria, H. C, 5th February, 1913,  febiito23  .......1,mi,,_,. _ i.j. ,,_,.!, 1 .     I. I. H������,������|l IJJUJU. ������|   .     I.,,..   ���������  Tlie act brought down yes-er  day in (he provincial . house,  by  tlie  attoniey-gtuieral   to  ainwid  the Liquor License Act possesses  several features of interest.   The  a       ,1  most .important thangps of all is,  that which relates to Sunday  closing and prohibitive, hours.  Uuder.tlie old act, saloons, and  bars had to be closed up at eleven o'clock on Saturday evenings  and were not. allowed to open  again until Monday morning at  five. . Under the new. act the regulations are even more stringent. All places where liquor is  vended are to be.closed at ten  o'clock ou Saturday nights and  aie not allowed to opeuagain������un  til   seven    o'clock   on   Monday  ��������� LA a D* NOTICE.  Vancouver Land District  District of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE,that /.Myrtle  Bunnetto, of Vancouver,- occupy  tit..}., nurse, intends to" apply for  permission to- purchase ..the" foi'  lowing described': 'laiW-i-VGbin  moiieing at a poet planted and  marked tho north-west corner, of  lot 5S4; thonco east 40, ���������' chains,  noith 4.0 chains, theiice' west 40  chains, thonc. ^south 40 chains  to point excommencement  con-  ijnin'iri.v 1!>0 acres move   or less.  Myrtle- Boxmkttjc, Applicant.  h    '       Tom Matier, Agent. Y  Dated January 3rd, 1918.  FOR RENT���������A furnished' -;7-  room house; hot aiid cold water,  Apply 1V.O; Box 08, City,   a  FOR SALE-G.o sucking pigs..  $3.00 each, money to accompany  order. Apply- Robert Sollan.  Hoinby Island,  t*f****&*AH**+  MAROCCH1 BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF    ,'������������������"������.'  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS:.  morning.  Also the ..daily prohibitive  hours are extended, Whereas un  dor the old act saloons and' bars  Wnfi^^ir?d"to~cl5^tlieirT36ofS'  at midnight on each' week day  except Saturday,- under the new  order of things tlteyafe required  to close at eleven o'clock and ean-  uotopen agaiu until seven o'clock  in the morning. > -The penalty  for a breach of tho law in this regard is very heavy���������for the first  offense a penalty of. not more  than oneiinudred dollars and in  defaultnot less than four months  and not more than six 'months'  imprisonment.���������Nauaimo fterald  Feb. 20th, ���������  , Vic ori:������. Feb,, 19--At a Meet  i,i)> oi 1.1,e. Municipal Committee ef  ii(; Uigihluluro thin morning, a de-  i ialdii wtt. reached to oifer on the  il.ior of the Ilou.e, in commilteu  n,iu\zo on the bill to amend the mu-  jnAipil Act, an a.nendmerit which  wi.l make il poasihle fir hoUUra of  ii<j( et-iiHtiua of sale lho right lo vole  I y n.t'.'oly appenrin ghoforo lho tt'i  Mt.Hor of the mnn ici pnl ity and anv  l-.i.ig dllidavit thut the applicant  1 - tho Ipl roijititpred holder t,f nu  .jjrtjomont on u propprly toughl to  he voted on and that l.o h nho the  p.i.'ty paying lhe luxes on the pro  I'l-rly.  Jf thi. nmondmenl in accepted  .���������ud it in believed it will he, ic will  ho nuch cat-ic for holder., for tip  rcemoiia ofmlu tap&Uro voiiiij  p ������*or llun is the case at present  veoitn a wntver nf voiinfn' rliiht i������ iu  ij ii ed from th., owtxr ol the prop*  ir'y <.ove ed by the agreement.  Another amendu.oni will emp  nwer municipaliiiei; lo levy annes.  ,_.a������i ti ������i.i! lex. tl.e p.'i'jeriy cf  (i.urot.eo if tlicy po ih.uitc. Thin  I uwtr will ho ,p,ulo retroactive to  1 over the ciiiim. of churclu-H In cur  luin niiit.'a which Ja^i yonr did nnt  |,uy tuKtB.  riindserlaully a cUtue con for r-  iufton municij-tliiies 'he right to  hx chinch propei ty was Itft tut of  the municipal not lnst year nnd  ���������oiue cliurohc- paid, while nOicrn  H'fiifltd lo do so, Thoio whi en re*  (died will now bo required (0 puy  liiRtyc-r'ochflrgotf.  The three nddroskie������ m'ven by  Hon, Qqqi'%0 Vi. Kortter. Miniator  of Trade anil Commerce, whilo he  was a visitor at Vancouver on hi  way to Australia, proved him to  bc ft .tftteemait of the highest rank  -us Imperialist of the most pro.  pounced type, ami a magnificent  man umong mon,  At   the banquet he was a   man  of ubi'.rvatlon,   and  a   heart  to  heart bt'.kcr.     No ono would aim.  pBt OLD NEWSPAPERS fWpect bin.   of being  n   politician  9AMS Arriua office ^  'f*m*r**  i|wwpm  San Franciaco, Feb. 20.���������Eight  indictmentB  charging   criminal  conspiracy to defraud the United  States government, were return  ed here to day by a federal grand  jury against officers of theWes  tern Fuel  Company, seven  in  number,    The   indictments, ate  the outcome ofau investigation  alleging to show that by systema  tic tmdorwttigliing over a  period  of years and fraudulent book en  tries the government  had   been  cheated of customs duties on im  ported coal aggregating $450,000  Those indicted are; John h.  Howard, prosideut aud director^  James H. Smith, vice-president,  general, innuager nnd director,  J. Iv. Schinitt, treasumr and di-  I'ecor Robert Bruce, director, S.  IJ. Smith director, F. O, Mills,  superintendent, E. J. Smith,  company dock weigher and broth-  cr ot VicoPresidetit Smith; K.  'NhyctSj.xtock weigher,  A Great Statesman  An Imperialist  (IVof. E. Odium, M.A., I)* Be.)  Agents for. Pilsener' Brewing Coippariy's BEER  Wholesale" Dealers in all Kinds of .  ' Winefe-and Liquors.  second" street  al ''.'���������'  ****  Real Estate; and insurance,  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.  -AVe have a large number  of enquiries for acreage in  ������'Comox" Valley ;   if you have any thing  to sell,  LIST  AVITH US,        ."     : - .,  We are AUCTIONEERS  SEE US if you want a sale and. we. will aininge one at,, tho shortest  . possible notice and. get' the. BEST. PttlO E.   -���������-  ^��������� ��������� -_^___g^-  OTE CANADIAN BANK  'Y^'-OF:   CAPITAL; $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,600 :  h':'A,'MOKEt  ORDERS;"77i"Y:  Jssued by The Canadian 'Bark of Commerce, are a safe,.convenient and .7  inexpensive method of remitting; small sums'of money.    These Orders,.; ���������  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in-the Yukon;,  "Territory) and in.the principal cities of theUnited States, are issued at*  the following rates; >��������� *    -, :   ��������� ���������        . .-*'" -A  $5 nod under    2 c**J*a  Over    S and not exceeding $10...........   6  a    io      ���������* "   ���������        30. ,....'IO    **  *i    SO      " " 50 .15  ,������  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  &a  .hould b. re*&������ br m������an������ of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS *sA MONEY ?  ORDERS,   honed without dotay %X rw_KmaW������ iwtos.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH....;. .'. .'....W. T. WHITS, Manager  GOVERNMENT;S^..,    ?. ,^r- . VICTORIA, B. C,  ������������������ \Y,'-?- '     ���������  ��������� a. ��������� ���������** Yy-  y y ��������� ��������� ������������������.". ���������.'���������������������������"���������-'���������V'.,.  .. '������������������'.;       Complete. Stock of uYe Oldc Finrie,������  fieintznian& Co. Pianos  wtJzmrwwmmiimtiGa ���������  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  . WRITE FOR1 CATALOG AND| PRICE LISTS. A.,  :,,      Convenient Terms of Payment "Arranged-  COURTENAY,  while he spoke to the large group  ol interested business and professional banqueters,    He leftJKHMtjics  for v'a  more convenjent Bgasoii"  ng one of eld.   . And all worn ue-  lighted .with him.       .....   ,  .. At the Canadian Club;., ho;- (wa6  the man, the Canadian ..arwl.^.a.  Christian of a peerless type/ ll&p  he won the.higl.HjBt possible enlo-  giums, and gave all who heard,  him a splendid treat, and a ^lid  subject for long yearn of 6tiyly  and application in tho affairs, of  daily life.  At tlie Dominion Hall Nvhen*  lie ntlJiosBod the 'OoneervrtHvcW.  ihnir friends aud a sprinkling .pf  good Liberals, ho showed 'himself  to he a keen politician,-'and''to clei.  ver diplomat, aiid an ablo, .nates,  limn fits thought, language atid  plan of anyalysis, synthesis ..and  reinforced argument, as applied  to the history of tho pan in,Can-  diai) political life; the momentous  present, and Iho rapidly expanding future, captivated and held  spellbound liis immense audience,  ��������� When ho finished his nddrosa of  an hour and three quarters^ his  audience cuncludud I hut jn the  hands and heads of pucIi men as  ' POR SALK--A team of libra-  on: Apply C, Miissati,"Cnnibc������r-  laud, 11, C.  the Hon. Georjw E. Foster Cana.  da -is   safe,   and Canada will   do  ' a - ,    -.  ��������������������������� i  her duty before God and nations  in relation to the whole Empire,  and therefore to mankind. Hie  three titles wero a soft of a nation  al ai:d imperial REVIVAL., He  is a true missionoi\ He has gone  on liis way .to the1 land of the  '���������Southern Cross," and wo wish  him Godspeed,  809 60VERNMCNT STREET,  OpposRe-Pv0.> ViaORIA, B. C  ifliinflrai_B3p^  Capital Paid Up $11,500,000.  Reserve $12,600,000  ;{t Ib fumour'nll tha' Cumborland  is on lhe ev������i of someihing fltHrt-  ling in'ho lino of devplopmont.  It luih beon Hintfli) tliat the Citu  ndian-NoMhern Railway Company  nro nej-'oihiMng f"r th^ purchi^eof  the Canudian Collioties Co'p road  from thoY up to No 4 mine, and  ���������that:if iliedeil ������oos through, thoy  will erect their buiMinfjB on the  nld sitwmill tho. Hut we havo had  uo much talk in the i-ast, about  niilwityi", t.ew ho ol, trunt. building elc, and jio h'ngcarao of it,  that wo had hoKor wait until thoso  ������ood things put in nn appcarunto  lioforc-wo tool our horn.  TENDERS  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  SEALED TENDERS ndta-  sed   to  Hy. Wilson,   local  manager, II. C. Telephone Com  pany, Ctunherland. B.C.,   will  be received up to noou ofSafur  day, March 8, for the furnishing  and erection, with cross arm at,  tnehedt of a 30 foot   po!������  line  from    Courtenay   to     Royston  Ranch.    Pinna aud specifications  eoo ho spou at   the   local   tele  phone oflice.  Ih". The Royal' Bank������������������ csf- Canada.  ;, ft; ��������� V '-''yy. ' :������������������   ��������� - ,," "/���������' ���������������������������  --��������� :"-y ������'' '-  DRAFTd  ISSUED  IN ANY' CURRKNCY,   PAYABLE Ah\.  __ '-���������;. YY, *j-j-.V/,;,6.yBU;���������THB! world., -''���������'���������. ;".'���������:-������������������:;_;>;;���������'  SPECIAL A.T'tT.NTlON paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AKae^xt  ;,at,high^Bt;p.urrent, Iialee allowed on l)epo.its of $1 and upwards.-,  A iOUMBEKLAKib, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily.       -   .'."; ������������������'"' ���������'''  . .t.Ay.,'_ :*qmOVa',5^HAEP, B,.0'.V] Sub-Brach,.0|>eaThurBdair������. V  :"' D. M. MOI^Rl^OrjaTt Manager. '  COURTENAY,   B.O,   Branch,   Open Daily.  ''���������'���������"'    WM.HOPP, Mana������er. .' -yj.'Y'"'  'j^j  AinttimniiwiiiiiiinnRii^ '  ������,:  -.v'f 1  P. Phillipps Harrison  1 -,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V.'.SOflO$|fc  "���������������"������������������-,������������������  |���������f  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE ao,,,,  Cumberland;  Don't Read TJbis I  Unless it Coneeffis You.  oP?Zr COMOX CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY jfeg^  Ox Beef BEST QUALITY ONLY Daily Fed Pork   SPE.JTAL8 THIS WEKK   Home Cored Rncon���������anitnoked Wo ��������� id hifa'om A 1 QtntTry, pers*.lt $1 M  Itt-Ht8mokcil lUcon liRtiutrlh On r t'pprunolc   1,70  Very ItMt itoltcd Itioon 30<-|*rll> Kn������lmh Wh t������ Turi.li*  1,70  Very V,vtl Dritut AvpU������ ..t?M \ot box Cabling*,' Vrcth, \ift ll������. ...     ..Bo  Him������--IJe tQup'ily tffw per ll> Uu ib.t, Ve h, lown't tuiukot pi lco   llAinfl'MiUlv aHliiuj Jl< nt..,..., 25<ipar)> Habuo , Fi������������h, Jowtot umrkji* who.,..,,  Opi(������in-tl.������ lur (J ilw for_Oe LimhiI l,,<ctti������ KBnH.,.,.J0o������liy|O(lox<Jl.P0  ,������������������. .���������*���������.������������������ mm. mm ���������-������������������ >m<    ...*> 1..1 m.   ,._iw���������^ ���������    *"1 ' ���������*��������������������������� ^���������^���������nw^it'W wo^yf^  Orders by Phone Promptly Attended to. Phone 25  If YOU GET IT  PLIMLEY'S  IT'S AU RIGHT  Get Your Oscte Now  t     '  Por ploncuro or jb^ijioBs. ruin or oblno, oity atroots or oMin-  ���������(tryroiir.lfl,1t.honjo^rntoIy priced "KIKMKR-AUROW" in n  ��������������������������� machine you oii"i"(lfiponil ou. It's piiHl hNinry in itn recotn-  mondniion nnt} tlio fact thnt.il iu tuld l>y Piiuiltiy ii, yom  piuiriintiM) tlvtt It will provo nil limit it ip roproKMitrd to lio  Bontl fOn^fUAHolft.ljloguo Wllh t'H ucciworluH tho prlco  I? only $3Bt)0  DON������T FORCII3T that ovet*y $IO CASH  wpBt-it at PIIniloy,*������ untitle** you to a coupon  Ion- tho PRBB OIFV p! a 1Q13 "OvorI������nd"Oa^  THOS, PLIMLEY  730 YATES STR3KT VICTORIA, B. C.  t, mi-i.-.'&t-tii'vii'tiJtaXA&mmt


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