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'<.*-v  O'ft  9-*" t^'i''^  V^  ] Till* Nsws, Twentieth. Ykab./** ^  .CUMBERI.AND;MC.i ;:W^DNESDAY.. FEB 19;   .013 '/-  tsf'/r������a*s     -- - * vv Q>5^  ��������� -.-jfi*.^-  i  ������*���������������������  SUBSCRIFTI0N.$I,00 A YKAS  ~w  \r  . \ -*s **  Interesting ^p0$.  yFroiftXJMoii Ba$  -    7    -" \* *. *���������       ir   .���������.���������������-   _ __.,; v *  4  Meeting of The Council  ti :  IV*.  '\y  BOAT Gonyprisiijg  " c-ptlorjal yallies ip  al-  ^FECIAL.    _���������_.  V 0Nt\^L.'OUR WINTER LINES  r*'    ^^  ; Y*I,SI T-' bur   Grocery   Department^;  f       it is stocked withA^hothife-:t)ut  -  ��������� .   .-     y..  '���������' ��������� .        ���������. ..-'_.,-     - -a       a.   .'  ..;; V the!*'Freshest of"New Groceries;,  'J*������iy������JJs'& . "^/ *':������������������ " ;���������  Satisfaction Guaranteed. '  ';; ;Ptibne:;;358/;-::, ^" ��������� -^:;^>;: >--.V:'  ' *        ���������. X*. ^ l (    '    It    k <     ' 1Q ^ 0,.a i'   - ........  ..        ...r#M������  ^TWP^XEISER^arCDTvTID,  A  fa,   ��������� ^^      J^^ II I        |ll l���������l   ii  ������_m ^^___a"_^  . Dr, Keirr,' de.utistj.will, be. at  the CfltuWland Hotel, Room 1,  Saturday, Fe%,i5tl>, to 25th.  y  m.     ,    .   .        ',    O-'...   ' l  .. Harry C. Evans,'Piano Tuner,  has 'returned to" this city and district, Ifyou are wanting your  piano .tuned by him, send your  ordi'i* on aoqstal card addressed  H. 0. Evans, Elk Hotel, Comox^  B. C,      '. ,lirVv' ,      '"/������������������;  The, dominion, Govermueiit  estiinates for the current year includes $9,006 for wharves in the  Comox district, and $3,600 for  fiheds thereon.  Whatever caudiduto at the  next election, is fortunate enough  to induce Mrs. Walter Hudson to  get upon the public platform and  plead his cause, will be n euro  -winner. She's n dandy at.political ppeech-maklng. ,,.  I)r. Hicks arrived home from  Vancouver, on Friday evcnhig'  last, The doctor has, made, a  speedy recovery and in' looking  very well, which lact we wero  pleased to note; lor lie's a mighty fine lit He chap, is the doclor.  , Dr. Kerr, dentist,  is  at  the  Cumberland Hotel, ,   -  The Colliery Company employ  ccc and lJscirfrJtud_'Ila_. a' v.tty  etijoyubly iluucc iu the Ctuulwr-  land Hall on Kridny uij^ht.  Someone tried to get up a igame  of scratch during" the evening,  but failed, few, it auy coming  up to lite Bcratch.  Telegraph Operator Williams  is having a long vacation. Mr,  Home, who it) supplying for him,  ha.s hnd uo word from him as to  th.i statu of his health.������  ������������������Keep moving.1' That's the  new order, and it is well to heed  it.  Notes From ~  ���������   .-      '!'���������-_.<' 't-    ���������.������������������?'_  Comox Valley  , l  (The Review)  The ''opening" of the new Elk  hotel was held jest'.Wednesday  evening. About , oue hundred  and firty-|ieople partook,; ofmjiie  host's hospitality, which'consisted of a dance and ;supper. Tha.  new hotel is one of which-Mr and  Mrs Martin may justly feel1 proud  Ir contains'38 rooms and is light  ed hy electricity generated by a  private plant, Tho dining room  will accomodate seventy-five people; the kitchen is large and  commodious, and white help is  employed exclusively throughout  the establishment. The house  ia a credit to the community and  should command *a largo tourist  trade situated as it is right at the  water's edge, where the' best  fishiug iu British Columbia' can  be enjoyed,  On Saturday afternoon, Mrs.  Feclitter entertained about DcVctt*  ty-rivo little people, iu honor of  MisB ������������������'_.'oolsiu-s third birthday,  The, youugstcrs romped to thci"1  heart's content in, the opera house  for a couple of hours, after which  supper was served to Ihem in  iho spacious Indies' parlor of the  Riverside. The tables were  huwlsouicly decorated lor the occasion. Mrs. Fuchncr was as-  HifitecVby MI������s 4 Ilirdio" Wood-  Ims, of Oyster lOver, aud Mrs.  R, McOiiisli.  Mr, William Smith, of Hornby Island, has purchased Cieorge  Willard's farm on the Climber  laud rond.  The I'ingal arrived at Mc  Phec'fl dock 011 vSnfiday, wi'h  ouo-'hundred and ten tons, of  building materials for the J.'.;U1-  f?rA liu^t]y City.  ���������There seems to be no. limif'la  ' ��������� _' , ..I ,      ''',    a,1  theprogressivenesa of the -.Court;  euayand Couiox  valley peopl^ and special meeW .^ere read  We noticed in a recent1 issnd;. tf z^a ofjonted  3ourtenay "-ReviewV^liejS ^^Coimuunicatiou  was received  Cyril. Pioroy*.His'talcen hi from  Hie  Cou  Mias Cyril" Piorcy Aim tajlen ^  flying. . vJKoijneh]t1oti:i4;/ini^e/df  ,the miike,.of. inaehine, 'but:-;.$t*  think she iu to be .ebtigratulatlHl  on Iwing.tlie .fii-st lady; aeronaut  oir Vancouver'Ijlant.; A" ���������*;���������' 'f^ '  ..,^A most'"ehjoyalile.event 11^'\v'tti) '"  spent at tlie home of" ;Mr." ati,d,'  Airs. Harry ���������Gloyer'; o'n;-TiioEday  the _th iiist.. oni the occasion.of,a  visit of" tlieir .son^'lSert'   from  ,��������� -���������������. :3..:. , ..-     -a- \  Brittauia  Beach, ;���������;'��������� The".cnests  .    . '     '    ..->- '-a. A    '    " -.". ,     "   .' vf;., -v .  were- treated to Borne fino uinsi,  .rendered hyAMr/GloVerand ,h1_  son "Ted.'.valid was ,much appjS.2  ciated..; Charades-were also takei������  pa.rt in, cuustng; mucltmerrnnent,  mAking';tht> ."tiiiie ifi&in.'Cto piss  all too quickly. It seemed likeold  ��������� ���������'' *   1 ������������������    " ��������� ,'���������>,- .-,--*���������  timesAto   see, 'Bert' :back   heiv'  again ;"hi8 absence bem^ So notice  "able owing t<> the pcareeity of jen'  tertain'nieiit's' held herri' since*rlu������  departure,    However, he'.driippod  a hiut_or-two which pointed ,to  the'.fact that- he,Amight   return  _bo"nV. .Aiiiong those present were  *���������"*��������� *��������� /   *    L,-w.      *��������� *        ������ *     l     **. '* .,      o      0 ���������-  ;Mr ttndj'Mrs.Ikrbert, GloverVaiicl  tlieir'daughter    Caroline; - Miss  ���������^largHret^Ray^^Mis_^lWtrtctff  . Pickles. Mr Math'eson', atid Mr^P;  ;J.;.Dolieny.- /.; y'-'..-] .-j.77-������ ;-}.  ^TiMi&II^'iii'g^eyening-i. a.', verVJ  "pretty party was "given   by;������ Miss  Margaret Kay at thejiome of her  parents, Mr'-'Bert'  Qlover being  tUe gni-stof.honor.* The-evening.  was passed very * pleasantly,*, singing ahd  playing-.games.'   'Bort'  wa8'Uon.sp(cuui;s a. of. old on the  piano; also Mrs   Drb.kic   played  many charming,airs which   wero  much appreciated by the guests.  Practically"', the*", same   company  were   present it as  at  Tuesday's  party,1   -. '- /"''���������'/'  Our Wwkly, Puzzle. -  What is the'proper pronunciation 0/tho name PUG 11 ?  " First prize, A RANCH.  .Correct solution, Electrocution.  Railway Workers  In Motion Of  Protest-  LONDON, Feb., U.-At 11  conference of 180,000 railway  workoiti of England yesterday a  vigorous protefit against the Com-  mouoiiB for their rufiiDiil to insort  the minim 11 in wage clause in th������  railway hill vvas'passed,  . Much iiidigiiation was also expressed at the action of the Boani  of Trade in attempting to cxener*  ale tho Midland Limited Railway  Company from the cluirgtm of victimization lii'iiuglil, n^uinrit it.  CiraulnrK "worn diHlrlhuled nt  the n'u-ethig atnting thai the Socialist uuloiiH of Jti-tiaMjlri have ll\-  ed April 14th a. thu ditto for, a  goneral strike throughout tho  world, Tiie hiune eirciiiarti ni-u  being di������tributcd throughout tho  lougth nud breadth of England.  Mr. Duncan MeLeod, u native  of Nova Scotia, died 011 Thursday last. The fttuerid look place  on Sunday uf'eruoou from lhe  residence of hhi sister, Mrs. Ahw;  Cameron, l������ev. II. C. h'rceiuan  olHciatlitg,  , The City Council mot in regu-  lar session'on Monday eveuiug, a  full board being present,  Mihutc's-- of previous, regular  from Al, Mansou,  M. P.  P., re  railway /extension   to  Cumber-  hind, which reads as follows:   \  A; McKinnon, Esq.,  ^City Clerk,',-,      >'_      ���������'  Cumberland.  bear,, Sir:~Replyiug to your  letter of Jan. 28th, 1913, with  reference to the bringing, of the  inainiine of the Canadian NorT  theru Pacific.Railway Co, into  the City of Cumberland, I beg to  say that I have to-day had a conference with Mr, Holt .-wlibjs. in  charge of! the ^undertaking, and  am pleased to say i"that,'he _ has  isvsued instructions that the iiiaiii  line be brought to your city it it  is possible -fo do .so, ,aud as ' it' is  -apparent that there is notlijug.m  ,the configuration of ..the,country  to prevent thia being carriod but,  you-may rest assured;,tha������r the  matter will. be. worked but' to  the satisfaction of - your mayor  and.council, aud the committee  -as a/wnbleV.-/.?..,;  ;    Y'. Y 7,7  Yours ..very truly,  -A a-   ; Mi  MaNSON.  Accounts:--C, 'Hr Tarb.ll,  *9.2o; islander,  74.40; W.   M.  ^Chapman. 3:90; D. Hnnd.iV, 600;  *S. teiger^ 2:8b; :A;" Hi"'Pe-coyf  8.80.- -    *'��������� '" .;���������' , .     , :  i; The 'above- accouuts after-cou-  siderable prolestby - Aid. Beveridge on the ainouiit of Isfaiider's  account for printing financial  statement, was passed,over to the  Finance 'Committee.   ' ������  '"' His Wowliip and Aid Coe re  ported ou ihu McDougald ao-  conut,and stated that'they had to  pay it. Several of the Aldermen contended, that the city's  financial interests were not prop-  crly.isafeguarded in this instance.  Aid. Maxwell reported on behalf of the scavenger, that several new buckets were needed for  certain premises,. Scavenger,  who. was present, was instructed  to supply same and charge them  up to the parties, a  Board of Health reported sanitary conditions bud in some por  tions of tho city. The Mayor  stated, that the Board of Health  had considerable latitude, aud it  was up to them to see that the  city was kept in a healthy condition. The Hoard were empowered to have notices printed,  calling for the cleaning of all  back premises at a certain date,  Thn City Cletk's msignutiou  was again brought up and dis-  SEE oue  H1TE  EAR  THIS  WEEK  YY.���������-   ' ,���������F*^-*-3BKS8Sr  Underskirts at ...,* 81,65 and ������2.215  Corset Covers at ;.... 56c, 6oq and 650  Nightgowns at. St.50, 1.75 and 2.25   L-^-O  '    ' '*  MannislfShirts at .'.....;.. *r.7q  * 1 ** / \J7 0  Colored Waists, mannish effect, 1,50 & 2.15,  White Waists    .... $2.00  Also a Complete  Range of SPRING  UNDI.RWKA'R  All these are just received ~ aud  are  the veiy datest  fashion.   Call aiid make your selection;��������� before sizes are  brokeu up,     : , '  THE: CoSnIk STQRE  Phone 10. Box 100. Cumberland, 8. G.  cussed..  Aid'  Maxwell .moved.  seconded by. aMd. Richards, that  the clerk be requested to remain  iii his position until the first of  ApriK���������carried, Tho clerk consented toVmaiu until that date1.  Fire Chief ^3(mks, \ylio" was  ���������^-preseu-ty-stated-tliat-hb���������jft'as-a-riiiH  able to give a list ot his officers  aud men, to the'council, 'owing  to the .-secretary   being ..out .of  *-.rrr' ������    <   -i-   *. '���������'   ^     -s l   v  -        -    -l   "��������� ^   ,      '    *      * V'1*"  town.*.-' ;'������������������   ,        ,'. .,--'���������,  Council.. adjotinied. ^  Charles Jewitt ind  Miss Nettie Stant  Married at Duncan  At tho home of, Wm. Keir, at  Duncan, IJ. C,, by lie v. fc\ G,  Christina,0, on February Oth.,M.i'.  Charles Jowolt, of the .Provincial  Police at Spnzzuin, was united in  marriage to Mifis Nettie Stant, of  Cumberland,. Air. Win,' Jvieract-  od as groomsman und Misa Rose  Evans as bridesmaid. Aftor tho  ceremony, a, reception wuh held at  tho heme of Mr, John D, McKay, Iyadysniith, when about .0  invited gnesis sat down toa dainty wedding supper, There ,'wi<re  gnmoH, Bongs ami recitations, dan-  ciug, aud all prosoiit cxtundod  congratulations to tho nowly-mar.  riod couple,���������Ladysinith Chronicle.  Cumberland and Union Hay  Hnsk-t Hull Clubs, tried conclusions at a game 111 Cumberland  Hall, ou Monday evening, It  was an exciting game. The  Cumbciliind boys put it over  them good and plenty, by a wort  of 16 to 8.  ftW-__mnmM_-___M_i  Raffles and SweepstakesTo Be  a Sfoppeda  Henceforth all i-afTfes. iii jhe  city of -Victoria will be   oroccpd,.  ed'ugaiiist; under the ciimi'ijtl  code'.pvohi bit ing lotteries. :Ni>.  tice has been"served,,"oii pevcial  men Avliavwereva-couductinw" -ra f*  fleshy.tho cit^^thar: ull- iVitiiiry,  inusb'ibe^'refunded ' immediately  or prosecution will be .-com men-  ced.-" It is understood al?'.j thai:  a general prohibition ef 'swi't-p.  stakes will follow, but no 'action  can be taken regarding the.se no*  as there is 110 sweepstake .being  conducted 111 the city at pre^eni.  This decision i.s the result of" a  conference'between City Prosecutor, 0. L. Harrison and Chief  of Police Liiugley. About two  weeks ago complaints were mude  th.il ceitain raffles on njnl jjrop-  erty"wcro being conducted \yith."  in tho cily:by parties who did not  own. the raflled properties, but  merely hold options 011 them,  Irregularities in rattles have been  reported .so consistently of late,  that it was decided to stop'them  entirely,���������Victoria Times,,  Alderman Maxwell will have  thin week" for South Pruiiie,  Washington, Ou his iclurti he'  will be accompanied .by Mrs.  Maxwell and children, who have  been visiting there for several  weeks pai*t  The  Colliery   Company   use  about 3,800 ton j of coal a mouth  for steam purposea.  CAM  "*.������������*��������� "������������������" ���������** *������ 1 ,*<���������>,* **.,mm*      g      *ua*^mt*t  SPECIAL DISPLAY  this   week of our First  Shipment of Ladies' Shirt  Waists���������newest  Easter styles in Lawns and Silks,  ***^ai^^ammi*mmmm���������.���������w���������������������������aa*****m*m* ������������������ n���������n������m ������n_ ���������!��������� n-iwu.-^  SHOWING   THIS   WEEK���������All   the   New   Spring  Styles in Ladies' Footwear,   in blacks and tans, laced ;\iu\  .buttons with fancy vesting uppcis.  Your inspection invited of our Spring Styles of Gent's, Youths' and Children's Headwcar.  tmmtmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmm  CAMPBELLS  !  J  '.'  I  ���������__��������� 8^fc^*^-^l^j��AS��i>MIPMWJ^^
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wus vory still. ��� Excepting for tho
unconscious -.nan's breathing and the
occasional rus>tle of Sister Clare's
gown, vo sound broke the stillness,
Only from tho sunny world outside
oa mo' tlio soft cawing of rooks above
tho elm trees, tho cheeping of the
swallows skimming across tho lawn
amongst tho blazing flower.beds.
, He's quite under, Dynecourt, Mr.
Matthews glanced round at the surg-
��� eon, who, it scorned to him, was slow-
.. or in his movements than ho had over
��� known him, slower���and if the word
was not absurd in such a connection,
almost reluctant. The samo word occurred to Clare's mind as sho too,
watched Dynecourt bending ovor his
patient, knife in' hand, aud,'" with a
pang, sho noticed too, how deadly pale
was his face; how tightly closed his
lips.
It was cruel ..of Dorothy to ask him
to operate on ""her, husband was tho
Sister's thought, for having only a
limited knowledge of the strange web
of circumstances that had surrounded
theso  threo  people,  sho  could  only
��� feel thai Dorothy ought to havo asked
any other man rather than Dynecourt
to perform.this operation.    .-���
He certainly loved her once, it is
not likely that he has left off loving
her, even though she threw him over,
was Clare's indignant reflection, whilst
.yher eyes were ever on the alert to s-up-
-ply all the surgeon's needs, and she
once cared cfor him. She ought to
Ijavo' known .'t would be dreadfully
hard for him to be asked to como down
here and do ihis for her husband.
If" Clare, had allowed herself to
consider the matter quite dispassion-
��� ately, she would' have remembered
, that no, othor surgeon would have undertaken to' d. the operation at all;
Dynecourt was the most ' daring oC
pioneers; tho operation was his own
speciality, his own discovery, and lie
himself had performed it only once
before.'    No other man would have
-��� dared to risk it, even though the.patient upon whom it- was risked was
doomed without it. But Clare, with
all her   quiet  .self-possession,    wan,
~"~aft".r"aiira wIon'ian7~and"T"womim^lio"
loved the white faced man whose
shapely, skilful hands were moving
aWith'-'suqli rapidity and certainty over
, the seat of'disoase;, and her perspective was limited by the realisation of
what the moments must mean to him.
The rest was' forgotten, everything
was forgotten, in her absorbing sympathy for him,'her absorbing wish
that by her thought aud.sympathy she
might help'him in his difilcult task.
, An occasional word from him broke
the sllcnca that had settled down heavily upon the room���how he asked her
to s-ive him this, now that���his eyes
rarely lifting themselves from his task,
���    his hand moving, with that certainly
��� which seemed almost reckless In Its
Assurance. And to Dynecourt himself, as1 he worked on, -past, present,
and future merged themselves into one
thought���this was Dorothy's husband,
and h'o was saving the man's life���for
Dorothy.
Saving ���.his ��� life! Tho words
Mazed in his, mind in letters of white
fire, rind the future spread itself out
before him with terrible clearness,
Dorothy's ��� future, with���Urn man
whoso lifo ho, Dynecourt, had saved,
They would llvo here, of course, here
In this stately homo wliich wns so
III.a sotting for Dorothy's stately loveliness; they would wulk In thnt sunny
garden at whicli IIornoHley had looked
���    Just now with such yearning eyes;
out'thero across tho park���Dorothy's
children and Hcrnosley.'s tho man
whoso life wns in his hands. Dorothy had loved him once���ho had only
given her up���for a year���at the end
of the year sho was to havo been freo
to como to him���freo and rich���and
ho and sho would havo walked among
the flowers in tho'garden down yonder; this stately homo would havo
been his���hers nnd his���if he had not
been such a fool as to tell Hernesley
of this way of escape.
'No sign of tho thoughts in his mind
showed itself in his steadily moving;
hand. Mr. Matthews watched those
skilful fingers with .almost reverent
awe. His faith in Dynecourt was
unbounded. He had always known
'that" tho daring young pioneer was
bound to make, his mark; and the
operation of ��� today would mako the
surgeon's.future secure.
lie was saving lho life of Dorothy's
husband; again tho thought.swung into Dynccourtls brain; and his life
once saved Hernesley might live to bo
,an old man, live to see his children's
children. The surgeon's lips' set
themselves more tightly; Live to go
down tho vale of years by Dorothy's
side���and Herneslcy's life was,, in his
hands.
' In his hands. This, was only the
second time that he had' performed
the operation���an operation -so dangerous, so difficult that no ono else
would undertake to do it; an operation still so'uncertain in, its .effects
that if perchance-it did'not succeed,
no human, being could , throw' any
blame upon him.
If the "knife shifted by a hair's
breadth, only a hair's breadth -this
way or that, the thread of.Hernesley's
life would. snap, and no living soul
would ever know that it was not the
inherent ��� difficulty of, the operation
which was responsible for���for tlio
snapping of That thread.
In his .hands.- Miles Ilernesley's
life was'In "his hand's, and if,the knife
turned just by that' hair's .breadth to
right-or left he and Dorothy'would���
he and Dorothy���
His thoughts ran into a tangled confusion and .out of the confusion only
one thing remained'clear.
��� Miles' life might end here and now
by just that tiny shifting of; the knife
���and no one would ever know.'
OFFICIAL   KILLED  BY  BANDITS.
V/UU.WMU UUU]/
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From somewhere far away a bird's
insistent--nolo .beat upon his brain;
his sharpened sense of hearing caught
the sound of his own watch ticking
in his pocket; the patient'^ breathing
seemed abnormally loud and slow���
presently, when tho knife' shifted by
that millionth part of an inch the
heavy breathing would slacken, would
flutter, would die down into silence���
a silence-which it would never break
again. ,For a hurried second ho lifted his eyes from his task and.glanced
at Mile's' unconscious faco. .The closed dyes, the grey coloring, gavo it
already an ominously death-like look,
and���so it appeared to Dynecourt���it
wore just such a smile of triumph as
is sometimes seen on tho fnco of tho
dead, as though 6ome 'glad surprise
had awaited thom on���the far, side of
the'shadowed valley.
The surgeon's eyes went back to
his work, and for another silent moment his hands moved rapidly with
the certain touch of the born operator.
Clare "watched those, swift movln,;
hands with an admiration born of her
own knowiedgo.
He is gr^eat now, was her,thought,
tome day he will he���very groat. And
all her heart went out to him in a
wish that was more than half a
prayer.
Dyncconrt's thoughts moved quickly
too, though ho did not. again lift his
eyes to his patient's Jnco.
Ho might havo 'emllod llko thnt, If
Dorothy had loved him, but Dorothy
loves mo���she is mine, and If that
slow breathing grows Blower���If it
stops���if those closed eyes never open
ugaln���then Dorothy and I���      ���  ���
Tlio wicket gato in tho wood flashed inlo his lino ot. vision, and Dorothy
standing beside Uio gate, as Mio stood
whon lio huw hop Jat-t���only now sho
waa walling for him to como hark
from Iho farm an then tho had waited
for MIlop, nnd lio could too lier from
a long wny off, tho nun filtering down
o:i her through tho tree tops, hor faco
(ihfnliig witli tlio gladness boeiuwo of
his coming, lior hands hold out to
greet him, and lie and sho would wnlk
together uero.H tho lawn In tho sun-
Bet light, to tho houso that would ho
tholi'H���horn and  IiIh���whon���
Ills hand movod sWmdlly on, no
miifoln of his fneo moved, tho iMIonoe
wns  like  something  lhat  could   b_
felt. ,    	
When Mllos wns dead, Dorothy nnd
ho���and���It was ko easy--It would
Honrecly oven ho hln fault. If this thing
happened In to ilimgnroiiH an operation���performed whon Ih any enno It
wnn no noiirly loo late���no' ono could
bo BurprlHocI���If It fnllcd���If Um knlfo
���lho knlfo���
IIIh pyoB warn lifted again, nnd thny
Masked  Men  Raid' Village  Postoffice
and Couple Murder With Robbery   ,
Another.,startling  crime in Paris,
which ln many respects recalls the ex-
cploits ot the gang cf motor bandits
headed by Bonnet   was   perpetrated
at Bosons., a few miles west of Paris.
Threo bandits; two of whom woro
masks and tho othsr a falso beard,
all armed, with revolvers, held up tho
local postofflce and killed M. R. 13.
Cartier, tho husband of the- postmistress, rausacked the olllco, and mado
IholjLescape with about .75.
It was just beforo 9 o'clock when
tho outrage took place. Madamo
Cartier, tho postmistress, was making
up the accounts for the day and was
inclosing Bomo bank, notes in an envelope. ' Her daughter Jane, aged 18,
was writing business letters in tho-.f-
fice, where another girl, Mile, Devollo,
was in charge of the telephone.'Madamo Cartler's son, aged 1G, was sit-
ting near his mother reading'a paper.
"There was no ono in the public part
of the' room. Suddenly threo'..mon,
wearing black masks and all brandishing revolvers, rushed into the. ofllca
and went, straight to the:counter. The
terrified women fled, shrieking, and
the boy took refuge In an adjoining
room. , Madame Cartier had the presence of mind to lock her drawer.and
to tak. with her the envelope, which
contained $600 in notes. .- '"������ '. ���-
One of the men climbed over tho
counter railing and' ransacked the
drawers, while the others kept guard.
In the mean tine M. Cartier, who was
a post-office inspector in Paris, heard
the shrieks of the women and rushed
downstairs. He was met at the bottom by th3. bandits, who killed him
..with four revolver shots, and at once
fled. Mounting bicycles which they
liad left near ini charge..of d fourth
accomplice, they disappeared ��� in th.
darkness,, - ��� ���_���_   \   '
A.,postman who was returning,,to
the, office met four men on'bicycles going swiftly in the direction of Paris.
One of them was bareheaded; having
left his.cap. in the .postoffice,'.where
It was afterwards found: A boy who
was cycling from garis also met four
men, and the one who was bareheaded
asked the lad to sell him',., his cap.
-Wlien the boy refused the mail took
.Mlrt-_rtn n_l-Tl'    frU'rtA _o tl rl _.7ivA*tr_. lira Tn_. _*..
-_*��v��  .vji*|.*^*/v��-=�� wivb"�� ij-.t ��� i-iii~v *t"~ijU v�����tuu���1>��-
five-franc piece, saying to him, with
that you will be ablo to buy'another.
The police believe that the members
of the gang are the men who last Sept-,
ember got out of a train at Les Aub-
rals, near Paris, and shot dead a railway employe who tried to arrest them'
because they had na. tickets.,'
THE BANK OF HREAL
CLOSEDBESTYMRIN its HISTORY
A That tha Bank'of Montreal is one of
our oldest as well as ono of our most
important' financial institutions,. was
emphasised by the fact-that .the-Annual Report held' this 'week- was tho
96th"In tho   Bank's   history.". Tbo
Bank is" yearly occupying-a more-important >laco in the financial, commercial, and industrial expansion o�� the
Dominion;   The.' Annual. Roport pre^
sented;' which covered th. year endod
the 81st' October, 1912.  showed  net
profits for tho A year- ot   $2,518,000.
whicli with a balance brought forward
of $1,855,000 and the premiums on now
stock .amounting to' S31.000, mako .a
total of over"$5,207,000 available, for
distribution. ��� .'Quarterly   "dividends
and two bonuses absorbed $1,804,000.
Tho sum of' $1,000,000 was transferred
to rest.account, $1,000,000 to counting-
out account, and $511,000 expended on
bank premises, which loft,a balance
to be carried forward $802,000..   Tha
Bank has now total assets, of nearly
$237,000,000, making it   ono'   of   tho
strongest financial institutions orijlie
continent.     During tho year "it.-Increased, its paid up capital to $16,000,-
000, Increased its rest-account to a
'similar sum, mado large gains in de-'
posits and.in current loans, opened a
number ot :ir.w branches,'-and- otherwise kept pace with the growing prosperity of the .Dominion.   Tho, fact
that-the Bank mado current;loans of
nearly $120,000, shows lhat tliero ia
abig'ttemand in tho country for banking accommodation and that tho Bank-
of Montreal is doing Its full share In
cateringto Uie business needs of'the
communities where its branches ai'o
located.      : -   * *
. The year was the .first under the general management of Mr. H. V. Meredith and the' fact that the profits for
lho year were some $242,000 greater
than those of the previous year, must
be regarded,as' not only satisfactory
to the shareholders, but .^complimentary  to  tho  foresight  and  business
sagacity of the.Goneral Manager.   U
is doubtful if the Banka of Montreal
was ever in as good condition to take
care of the growing, needs ot the Dominion than it is at the present timo.
Its increase in paid up capital and rest
accounts, its gain in deposits, .total asset's aiid other matters,,makes it peculiarly fitted to take a leading place
in the financial and industrial expansion- of the country.       '    . ��� '".
The addresses of the President and
General-Manager-weje both   comprehensive reviews of the financial, commercial and industrial conditions prevailing   throughout   the* Dominion.,
That of "the President which referred'
to the Dominion as.a whole, was masterly summary" of'thOv'conditions prevailing at the present time." The'address was optimist.* ih its tone,* Mr.
AjlSJJJL-. _c'ari-g      that'- condltlons
y '"    ,    Working up-to It
,. Siindy and his lass,had beeu sitting
together about halt-an-hotu* in silence.
"Maggie,"'ho' said, at length, -wasn't
1 here on tho,Sawbath nicht?' "������������
Ay, Sandy.. I daiir say yoii were.
. An' wasna' I herS on Monday nicht?
^A-y. so.yo wbre. ���'} ,���
, An" I was here on Tuesday nicht,
an' Wednesday nicht. an\" Thursday
nicht, an' Friday nicht?   ', y. ���
' - Ay, I'm thinking ;you were..'.""
Well, what for no'?-   I'm suro ye're
,'verra' welcome.
per
rat?
Maggie, woman; said Sandy in des-
nation, D'ye' no begin  to smell Aa
Ono,of.Boston's young elite, accompanied,by an,,instructor,..was running
'his new automobile for tlie*first time
They wero circling tho Common In
rather a wobbly fashion.      ��� ���/
��� I suppose," ho casually remarlcod to
tho chauffeur, as ho took a fresh grasp
on tho speed lover, that you have "been
firound with* worse than 1?   ,   .
Tho man gav. no answer.    ���
I say, ho'repeated in n. louder toneV
I- suppose you havo been around with
worse than'I?
-, I heurd very well, sir, what you said
IjV'the first placo replied, tho num;
I'm jest a-thinking, nbout it.
SANOL
KEIJABLE CURE
for Gall Stones,.Kidney Trouble, , Kldnoy    and ' Bladder*
Stones,   Graveir . Lumbago,
Uric Acid, *.     ���   ,,'���.
Prlco  $1.50,   Most  Lending
-���' ,'  '" Druggists '���-,'"-7-   -
THE SANOL MFG. CO,, Ltd,
Winnipeg,;,Man.   ..    A
"���   :      ' Safe'and Sane'A  :.
Mr. P. Latitude���Young "mau; you
sliould hitch your chariot to a star.
Mr. \Kldsport���No, thanks,' Motor
racing is exciting enough. Aviation
-doesn't attract .mo. ,  ���-.    . ���, A*     ?
...Pantomime'Strike Averted
It Ib-thought that tho threatened
strike of chorus girls in tho midst of
the pantomime season hns probably
'been averted by tho concession of ev
minimum wage of $10 n. week at .%
number, of,. London ^aiid provincial
theatres.   '.      ;  '-. '     "     - ���      :
PERRINGLOVES
SEVEN YEARS PAIN
. FROM ACUTE NEURALGIA
Cured
Through  the Use of Dr.
Williams'Pink Pills.
A  glove. for
any   occasion
in every shade,
length,
style.
AND HIS
The ..nly-.Mire, rind .satisfactory" way,'In  which' (he .Western  Farmer
ran secure tlie hlgli.st possible mnrket value tor hi*, wheat.'.,oats, bailey and
flax is by shipping: It by. the c-mlontl to-Fort William Or Port Arthur, or. to
.Dululh if cars cannot be cot for Uio other, terminals'-(loading it I. posalbl.
dircct into lho car ovor the loading platform so as to save elevator. cluu-KO.
Neuralgia is not a disease���It i
only a symptom. It, is the surest
olgn that your blood Is weak, watdvy
and impure, and that your, nerves nr.
llternlly starving,, Bad blood is tht
one cause���good, rich, red blood IU
only cure. Thoro you havo the real
reason why Dr.. Williams' Pink PIR.
curo neuralgia. They nre rho on 1,7
rr.ediclno that contains In ccrrcct proportions, ��� tho very elements needed
to maJfo new, rich, red blood. ThJ.��
alono reaches tho root ot the. trouble,
soothes the-jaiiRletl nerves nnd drives
flway .the iiafcyglng, stabdlr,^ pain, and
braces up'your health in other ways.
Mr. M. Brenium, nn ex-sergeant of
U'e 2ml Cheshire .Imhin'rit, now'a
rcsldont of Winnipeg, Mon., says:
"Whllo serving with mv regiment In
India, on a hill station, I contracted a
fiovero 'cold which brovght on acute
neuralgia, nt times lasting tor three
wcolcc. I wan constantly Buffering
almost ���overy month In tho year for
over Bovon yen.., (lio pain being somo-
times bo severe that I wished I was
dead. On mv roturn to JliiRlanrt I
_<?em<ul to got no better, though I
spent largo tuini of monoy for medical advlco and medicine. Then I
came to Cnnndn, nnd about a yeqr ago
saw tho ndverllsement r,t Dr. Williams' Pink Pllla in a Winnipeg pn-
per. Although I lm*!l Iipriih to think
iny complaint wnn Incurable I told my
wlfo tlint I Infowlftd giving lho IMIla
a fulr trial. 1 wn.i uuffcvInR from
terrlblo ptilns whon.I begun Inking
lhe PIIIh, hut boforo tho second box
was finished the paln-bcgnn to dlsap.
pour, nnd undor a further uso of Iho
Pills it dlPnp-.ei.rrtl entirely, nnd I
havo not liml a twlngo- of It during
Iho past yonr. Only tbono who haV.
boon ufi'llctcd with tho torrlhlo pnlns
of nntirulgla nm MI whnt- a blessing
Dr. Wllllnm.' Pink Pills hnvo boon lo
me, nnd you mny bo suro I phall con-
stinitlyrecominoml thom to other suf-
ferors,"
Theso Pllla nro so'.d by. nil modlclno
dealers or hy mnll nt. GO cruts a box
throughout ihe Dominion were- unusually sound and that.satisfactory pro'-,
gress might be expected as long as
present condition., prevailed. Mr.
Angus touched'upon thb. agricultural
expansion, thi increase in .,immigration, lho growth of manufacturing;
railroad development, the shipping industry, and practically speaking every
phase of.our commercial and industrial
expansion.
Mr. Meredith In his address, referred more particularly to tho growth
of the Bnnk.andthe banking business.
Me touched on the forthcoming revision of the Bank,Act, and Intlmnted
lhat there might ��� ho �� tew minor
changes, although In A he main iho
present .Act was giving satisfactory
service. Ho nlso dealt in nn able
and comprehensive way with tho Increased cost ot living and the charge
that the Banks throughout tho Dominion wero not' paying sufficient attention to the farming communities. lie
denied tho cliihrco that tho banks encouraged fanners to become depositors iind not borrowers, and sjntod
that In so far ns his bank was concerned many millions were bn loan to
farmers and'fcinnll trod era.1        "���'. '���:
Altogether tho addresses ot tho .two
heads of tho Bank like tho Annual
Report Jtsolf, wero oiulripnily . natls-
factory,to tho slwrehcMlers present
and should r.rovo equally bo to" business men' throughout tho country as
well.
*m***m*am-***am*m***ma*a**m**m ' t*,_    ****>.}
HOW'B.THIS?.;,
' Wt r.rf��r' Ono Hundred DolUrs Roward
for nn.v cits ��*..' O.tflH'h that ennnot b��
cu'.ort b," null'n Catarrh Curo.
P.. J. cmWISVir CO., Toledo, O.
We, ihi unde'nlnned, hnvo known V.
,1. ClitiAtiv tor 'he liut 16 yearn, and be-
lltvn liirrt r.erf��oil" limieat lu nil bunlnow.
ti'MisniJlloiB nn I financially abla to carry
_i*l a))}' obiisnllnn .��� tnnftn by.his firm,
\\ Al.DlNCI, K1NNAN ft MAUVIM,
Wl>olo��aln Oruiialtta, Toledo, O.
/Tall . C'.'.tavi'h Cttro l�� taken Internally,
and.dockage).and'employing a strictly commission Dim to handlo and
I -hUQ-"i __>____ . .    . ���
1-KC3
Uis-
~We-continue lo actons Out!'armors' Agents solely'oiVTAsomuitsslon basis."
Wfe.ai-o not ti-acjabuycrs nnd wo .never buy the Farmers' gi-ntn :on owototv
account, but. look-after nnd dispose of tho gram en trusted, to us.,  as   t!w>.
agents of thoso who employ us, and it.is om- deslrn and endeavor.to clv�� "
everyone th. very best scrvlca possible.    We make liberal ituvRncea against
car snipping bills, antl. will also carry the. crnln.roi- a lime under advances at   '
:i moderate commercial rate of Interest. If consMered advlNtuio.  We lnv(t��
n 1 I-armors to write to us for shipping.Instructions and market Informat.on.
etc
Sons & Company
700���703 Y.  GRAIN EXCHANGE ,..  -"" WINNIPEG, CANADA-
GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS     .
Why the low price
of Wheat?
met Vftnro't oyat, brown, clear, full of l or elx boxos fcr iii.aO from The !)r,
I j----il in blur, iw iiitw Lm uu,u ��,.. ,'���<;  W.'l.Wwi' NvJltiau U>���    ��,.....].���������!!.
...i.i ,...t 	
,i��� ir���i.M,.a..:��i,
>���	
T
i. vjii.^oi iaa.J jj Ouk .,'uUkji ;i(V>V��J   n.v.a
Cuticura Ointment. Jn thiniiorn-
ing shampoo villi Cuticura Soap.
No other emollients do somuch for
dry, thin and falling hair, dandruff
nndUchin#sc:dps,ordoitso.*';pc'cd��
\Jy, agreeably and economically.
Full dirfrfinns in rvory p.'.'rk.iiw.
Culli-'jrul'iiap.iLiI OliilrurM rrfl w,M tlir(iii(,'l<(ibt
thn koUI, A |it*rtil rnm(il�� cl iocIi, wtih .'7-PMf
lionkM <.n the <".irn ��nrt iri-kttnrnt nf lh�� tVtfl lt���(
ai-alp, trt,t \mn-1n-", AiiA.tr.i i'tiilt^Unts ACfce/a,
Corp.. IH-Vl. I IU. Udtfjn, V. li. A.
W.  N.  U.  020
table, not na he now Iny���Krey, nil 11,
iincoiiRcIaiis���but nt lio hnd hint eron
him, duuiitloHs of bearing, steadfast Of
filnnco; ho heard bin deep volco: H
will eiiKO iny wlfo'H mind If ewrylhliii,'
liar, lii-i.'ii iituiii mat ciiTi dp noun.
..vorythlnK dono tlmt ran bo dono.
Dorothy's nyrm would nsk him thnt
miration, Dorothy would cny: Hnvo
yon dono your litinoxt? Dorothy���
would Dorothy miy���Wnll done? Who
wnn It thai hnd i>nld: Well dono, Rood
nml trilllifnl tori'ttul." Why dM (lioso
wordn .wiui; lo nnd frn in his brain,
whilst tlio Unite���tho 1-tilfa ���
(To be Continued)
Kldfvly Aunt���My dear, I have JiHt
put you down In iny wlll for $10,000.
Her N**lt:n���Oii, niintlr, wlmt enn 1
my to ihnnl: yon? !!ov nre you fc<|.
lr,.? today?/
Ont.
Fanning the Flanie
For a number of years ii blllor fowl
.,,��,. i. i *) . i  ii., tt��� ,, i * 11M
'���.���>���.<���  a Ul        k.lWa   >* V       tt.        a> ** 'a.        *> r  < I   t *  ��.rt       *~ t .  ^        a   i*   4
Perkinses, nfajit door noluhbora, Tho
troublo luul orlfilnAtetl through the
depredation!! of Hrown'a cat, and had
Brown fo fixed nn affair that nolthor
party ever dreamed of tnal.ln��� "p.
Ono dny, however, Drown pout by liln
servant n pencc-mnltlnff note for Mr,
I'crklnf, which read:
^tr. ?>rov,7. scntlfl lib compliment
to Mr, 1'or'Mn nnd boss to say Mj
c.it died thl3 morning.
Mr. 'rorlilnf written reply wag bit-
tcrt
Mr. Perltln�� \t sorry to hrar of Mr,
nrftwn'n |r��n*��!��*. but lie bad not h-^ard
that Mra. Drown wn. 111.
nctfrjir '1lrfi;lly upon tho'blood mid miio*
nt:M mnfnos.'. nf lho nyHt.m. Tmtlmonlfli
nont freo.     I'rlca 75 ��
Hnld.Dy hU DruuKiNU,
'J'niio ilaht J'amlly
Ucn.
 nn
Prlca 75 ��cnt��   per   bottls.
rilhi for comtlpt
Organization
is the key to
power '7   "V
T wish I woro a'horolno, Fred.
Why, Jt Ih onsy fov,you to become
a hei'olno, dear, ' ,.'
I'd HKo to knew how?
Tho woman who In1 not nfrnld toro*
mnln nlono whllo Jiol' hunbnnd goeo tn��
a poller parly Ua heroine.
Mfnord'e Lln/ment Cvnt -Colrft, Ao.
Clasa'tfylno Him
Drother ITardeHty, can't you mnlco
your contribution for, the education
of tho heathon a llltlo lurgor tliun us��
iml lhl�� year.
Dr. Goodman, I'm moro than dou>
...   ,.' II T   a,..,' 4,.-.I       ,.ln���l���t      l\\nt
i-.tf,    ... *   ..... k    j....      ���   ...   ...       ......
yonnpinut boy t\t mlno to or.l!<M.o.
V/orms caiifio frctfuliiosB nnd too
Ujo Infant of f.lccp, tbo sreat nourish-
cr. Mother Graven' Worm Ilxterm-
Inntor will clear tho ntomnch nnd In-
'200,000   farmtrs arc scrambling to   net their
?-f ar*'"' Into  the: hopper;'before' the ' closo   of
. navigation���WHY?
Beoauae nil their notsa .ind store bills become
���'"e October" 15, or November 1,-and they ar*
, 'jnestly  endeavoring to meet them..
What Is The Result?
The cpout become* filled nnd thero It a oeneral
���pill, The manipulator known how to take Bdvant*
ao�� of * condition of thli kind and lie Iny. hie plans
to rake off n little fortune nml ho Bucceecle He
���Imply tjkea nil the profit that under normal con-
, illtlone, the farmer would have got In the prowlnn
cf ornln, and the farmer muiit be content with the,
i.eanty llvlno he li able to withhold from hie cr��-J.
Itors, nncl, hone on for another twelve monthi,
The only fenelble solution of the quentlon In In
ci-onnlilno the farmera that they may he able to
put the eont of produot'on on the article he are.
ducee. Every other producer It able to do It.
Even the Inborlna mfln of to-day It able to nut o��
nrlee on hia own labor, Every farmer knows tint
fact from his late experience In nettlnu off hit
Then why not make -, little sacrifice to create
conditions which wlll do vastly more for your children than the accumulated wealth which you hope
.'�� */___ ����/^���.^..     }�� ,eavJ��, them, but which   \try seldom malerlJl.
18 tllC (ftttCWttll Jj"'.-The Orafn Growers' Grain Company Is
* "      VOUR oroanlratlcn and h the next six yean devel-
���#.. /a.^,/*��... ��n.."f /"I"*' Pi-pores* as durlna the last six, there
lO'tlCCaOIH will he a tpout oo nn direct from me producer to
ths consumer, cutting out the manlpuintec, it
can be done If the farmers are loyal to their or*
(.animations.
THE GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN CO., LTD.
Winnipeg, Man. ,mV._��^^"toW,B, Calgary, Alta.
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moreloaives'
Golden Guns
At IJorlln is in recorded in tho
Iv.'iipp balnnco sheet, publlslied today, tho net profltB for last year
amounted to $7,600,000 equal to a dlv��
Iftentl nf 12 per rent, hlrr'i<��r than nt
any time Jn tiio las', ten j't>ar��..  _
Mw_���*w���MM * "*"a*a
Mlmrd'i tliiirr.ent Curt* Dlstempsr
I woulJ never marry a man I did
not love.     Never,
Hut fiuppoffo ft real wealthy m-u:
s.hfv.!ld ptTiro."^?
Why, I should love blm, of courso.
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\ ''*.$.'  '\\ -'   t .. It.  v;-  -. _^;srora.. :i^T_c_^__iro.'.b. c''  2-  HfvTOKO  UVmWES  . are, best for "nursing  ; mothers because they do '  * not affect" the rest of -the '  ,. systemvMlldbutsure; 25o.  I a box "at your .druggist's.  national enua and chcmical  t CO. Of.CANAOA, LIMITED.  ANARCHIST'S POISON PLOT  FRENCH MAYOR 18 ARRESTED  163  ���������;    .*,,  Ask for  n  S  and get satisfaction  ,. ��������� y  }..'������������������.  TBE'ALBERTA'HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few door* south of C.P.R. Depot  Rati* 11.10 to $2.00 per d������f. '"  ������____���������_���������_������������������������������������  '   ���������  -.   Cuisine' unsxosllst      yl  Het Md cold wetsr In every reon  Hstel .practically   Flrsprs^h  ,    All Outslds, Rooms  I W^  V.  Everybody likes the.  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V   .';'.,'  ' The anarchist ln5Goneva,,wlw made  plot to poison a number ot hoiiso pro-  prlotora and ���������wealthy mon'In Milan by  .sending, thom,capsules of a powerful  l.poison disguised aa a modlclno, which  \yas discovered several days ngo, waB  .prepared ln Switzerland, whoro arrests  aro being mado dally Tat tho Instance  of tbo Milan pollco".       -  '    ,'-.  '.Yesterday morning LulgT Balneal,  tho former odltor of tlio anarohlst pa������  per, Agitation, 'was arrested bore; and  now awaits, extradition. Throo Italian anarchists havo boon arrested at  Lugano,, Including a chemist, ono at  Lausanne'nnd two at Lyons,,,  psoiffisiT" a  a    WAS CUSED  After Five!Years of SUfferlnfl-Thrae  Doctors Failed and Said Caso  -Was Incurable?    '    .  Itching ."a.-M   Burning  Was Terrible  Until Relief and Curo Was;  V  -Effected by  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  Psoriasis is another namo for chronic eczema. It is tho worst'form of  this dreadful Itching sltln disease.  Onco eczema has reached thla stage  It Is usually considered Incurable.    .  But here .Is a caso whicli proves  again tho wonderful healing power of  Dr. Chase's Ointment. Not only  does relief como quickly, but the, resulting benefits aro- thorough ' and  lasting.   . . .'      .   '.','_ -���������  ' Mrs. Nettle Massey, Consccoa, Ont.-,  writes:���������"I thought, it my', duty ,to  ���������write,, you telling you'tho groat bene-,  lit-1 received from using Dr, Chasels  Ointment. ��������� - For flvo years I suffered  with what three doctors callod Psoriasis.. I doctored with throo different'doctors, with no good results,, and  ono of our noted doctors told me 1������  any one' offered to guarantee mo i'a  curo-for $50.00 to keep my money in  my pocket,"as rcould not bc cured.  "Tho disease spread all.over me,  evon.my face and head." Tlio Itching  arid burning was hard to boar. At  last my brother read 'In .tho paper  about Dr. Chase's Ointments a healer. I used^S boxes, and I am glad to  say I am entirely cured, not a sign of  a.soro to be seen. 1 ��������� can- hardly  praise'the ointment enough^and you  are at liberty to uso.my testimony, as  I hope thereby to' induce-^ other suf-  '.ferers to try the"same."  .Dr. phase's Ointment, 60c. a box,  at all dealers or Edmanson, Bates &  .C_o_'.._Llm_.ed'.-.T_orlouto; '"'_', A   -  Headed Antiwar Procession In Which  " .Revolutionary Songs Were. Sung":,  M;- Masson, of Pari-, who, was recently elected revolutionary Socialist  mayor ot Brest; was arrested for.riotous conduct.-     ' 'a. -  '   -'     A  ..Thoro had boon an antiwar meeting  at Brest, and at-its "conclusion a procession was formed and revolutionary  "songs wero sung.', Tho local pollco  rushed up to dlsporso tho procession,  but whon tlioy saw it was headed by  tho mayor tkoy aalutod him'and allowed! tho procession to proceed.-'   *  Outsldo Uio prefecture tho manifest-  anta booted-and shouted! Down with  war! Down with .tho army I Thoso  cries.wore,ropeated outsldo;tlio principal cafes. Tho pollco''commissioner connected'with tho ministry of tlio  Interior ultimately , Interfered,', and  drow up summonses against tho mayor andl sevoral municipal councillors  for disorderly conduct, and for breach  of tho .mayor's own ordinances forbidding riotous assemblies.  ��������� Tho Incldont coincides with- an examination of candidates for,tho local  police forco. .It.is statod that candidates' whoso Answers do not* please  tho mayor aro struck from tho list immediately." Two question, put by.tho  revolutionary Socialist mayor aro as  follows; -,-        .._'.���������>. ���������  In these" days of. dearnoes of food  your comrades, tlioi vworklng peoplo,  Make the Liver  Do its Duty  Nine times in ten when the liver is right tbe  stomach end boweli ue right,.   ..���������,--   *  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER PILLS  gently but firmly compel ft la?.y liver to  do its duty  <   Cures Con-  ���������tiDfttion,  Iridigoa  tlon,.  Sick A  Headache, and Dlstr.ii after Eo!tinf������  r Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.  Genuine must bear Signature  ������  ,    The New Order, of Things  New York .has seen a now whlto  light. A-   *    .   - , v '   '  "  In tho'early day tho policeman look-  od for tlio men' who break tho-law.  Now tho.law looks for tho men-who  bro.Vx tho pollciimon.  Minard's  Llnlme.it Cures  DlphthtrU  To bo Expected      c  -' There Is a-man-in thla town whom  l'vo never or co allowed to treat mo  that I didn't -have to pay for'lt attoN  wards.   ������-.'"''       ���������     ��������� ���������>'  Who's lio? -The" cbamplou moat  _.at.?"        , .- * ' A      -  No; my doctor. ��������� ;  Dr, Morse's ' ���������''������������������'  Indian Root Pilln  arc made according to a formula in   ���������  use nearly a century ago among tha   ���������  Indians, and learned from them by -  Dr.'Morse.   Though  repeated  at- ,  tempts have been made, by pbysi-  "' cians antl chemists, it has been found -  impossible to improve the formula or  the pills.   Dr. Morse's Indian Root  Tills are a household remedy throughout the world for Constipation and .  all Kidney and Liver troubles. They  act promptly and effectively, and 'X .,  Cleanse the System  may bo called upon-to'manifest in tho  streot.. What should you do If your  .chief,commando, you to charge upon  your brothers?  ��������� In,-caso of war,=bclngron a battlefield, would you dare to flro upon tlio  enemy. '    . , '  BUTTER  All grocers 25c. Ib. Tin  Its Class  Unhorsing a rival In the old days  of  chivalry  was  very  much  like  a  modern.holiday in a busy Hto.  ���������  How so? -. \ -  It������was taking a knight oft,'     '   -_  ������  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  Engineers and Boll ermak or i  lUtlttnt -of . all . kinds���������Kn*ln������s.  Pumps, and Heavy Plats Work  .Writ* uo for Prices  14 Stracnan Ave.., Toronto, Canada.  Boys  and    "E  Girls  Send Post Card to-  day for, how to mako  "Easy Pockot  Money"  Now', tlie Time, Adtlreu  P.O.Box 1250, Montreal  In Luck  Tho eodtlsh, said tho protoBBor,  lays moro than a million eggs.  It Is mighty lucky for tho codflBh  that alio doesn't havo to cncklo ovor  ovory ogg, aald a Btudont who camo  from a farm,  EDJJCATK5N IN ENGLAND    ,  Bitter Complaint Against the Govern  '��������� ment Made-by-Natlorial Asso- ,  elation :  In London, somo.strong criticisms  of the government for tho way in  Which it is allowing popular education  to lag in this country vwcro passed yesterday at a meeting of the.National  Education'Association at tho Westminster Palace Hotel.  Alderman Peny, of Sheffield, declared that education was going backward  and was losing tho force'which made  the British educational, system great,  although not complete.  I speak as a life-long Radical, he  said, but I think if the other party had  been 'in power we would have got a"  great' deal more squeezing power on  them and' we "would have" had tlio; opportunity of getting' moro money.'' -*  ��������� Doctor .Clifford said ho everywhere  heard' complaints -of .buildings, being  inadequate and badly arranged, and  education was''-"* suffering ; in consequence. We have a couple of promises ' frohi the premier, he added, to  "deal with the matter In tbo next ses-  _������__��������� nt._ jProvldenco   being, favorable,  .' o' ��������� Hbrn-Tooter*  Chauffeur���������Didn't you hear mo blowing my horn? ���������"' , '   ^   ,  ���������" Victim���������Yes, but. I thought perhaps  you wero a, candidate for tho presidency.- .     . '        "--     '  Away With Depression and Melancholy,���������-Theso two ovllB aro tho accompaniment of a dlsordoVcd stomach  and torpid liver and mean wretched-  noss to all whom thoy, visit. ' Tho  surest''and speediest way to combat  thorn ls with Parmoleo's Vegetablo  Plllo, which will restore tho healthful,  .action o������ tho stomach and bring relief." They'havo proved tholr-usefulness In thousands of cases and wlll  continue to give relief to tho suffering who are wise enough to,uso'them.  Dora, love,-said tho bookkeeper to  tho now typist, when all tho others  hnd gono out to luuch.' Dora, }ove,  will you marry mc? a '  Why, Mr. Lojjer, protested tho girl.  I have.-boen horo but flvo'weeks, I  don't know you yot.  True, but lt ls long enough- tor mo  to liavo learned to lovo you._ W1U  you not bo mine? .    ''  I can't answer now., ,  > Don't you llko nio Just a llttlo?-  Tell mo that." . . ..' > _ .  . Oh, yes. ltuloed. I Tospcct you  very-much, but I must havo timo,before answering your question. I  must liavo,at least six months.  To enablo you to learsi to lovo mo?  ^ No no, f6u '.ought to glvo tbo proprietor an opportunity to,propose to  mo.    ���������'       ;"   .-.      .     .''.���������'"'  Why he vta* Fired   .>  Tho  new reporter  turned  in history about tho church banaar, hU  first assignment.     It was tho usual  atory, with tlio usual names ot com-1  .mltteo' womon. ��������� -,    Ho lingered nround tho cltycdltor's  desk aa tho hoftr for tho paper tp go  to press drow near.  l-'i'tuny thing happened at that bazaar to-night, ho said casually, as con-  vernation lagged.  What was that?, asked the city ed-'  Itor?  !.Oh. nothing much.1   One   ot   tho  booths caught fu*p and thoy put It out.  with lemonade.  Ho never knew why he wns flrod.  At tho bottom of'the ocean walir  ls mucb. colder than at tho top.  Debt to Science  ,       '��������� '  What ti debt wo owe   to    medical  scl.ncel ho said, as ho put down tho  paper.   ,       ��������� ���������"   ,,.  ��������� Good heavens!-Rho exclaimed, haven't you paid that doctor's bill?  Post-Mortem Chat  Two Irishmen wero working on tho  roof of a'building one day when'ono  mado a misstep and'foil to tho ground,  Aro yezulead or alive, Mike?  Oi!m alive,  said Mlko, feebly.    - -  Suro you're'such a liar ,01 don't  know whether to believe yez or not.  Well thcn.'.Ol must bo dead, said  Mike, for yez-would never dare to  call,mo.a liar if Ol w'or. allye. *   -  A Case of Swelled Head  In youth her parents lold her she.  Was such a matchless maid ,  It filled her with conceit and so  . She's forty In the shade.       *  Saving Hl> Breath  A couplo In tho Wont of ICiiRland ha.l  a boy who was generally uftdoratood  to bo dumb, nover having beon known  to utlor a word tip to   hia   bovoiiUi  J'C('r'  Ono tiny tho falher and ho woro in  tho hnrvoBt flold,     It wiib vory hot,  no tho father pnasod for a .drink of  elder.     An ho wan Blowly imbibing  from tho Jar lho boy Bald, "Maalw  liaaBtol"  Tho father let fall tho Jar In aston-  iBhrnont. Why, .Tnn, you'ro talking,  why didn't yo Bpnko boforo?  Hadn't got nowt to say, replied Jan  laconically, '  Freedom from Asthma. Asthma ls  one of tho most distressing troubles,  sudden in Its.attacks and prolonged  in Its- agonies'1.' Frequently many  things aro 'tried, but nothing, seems  to give hopo of relief.' Dr, *.T. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Romedy In tho ono  help which can bo depended upon. If  you havo tried other'remedies without  success, do r.ot fa'l to got nt once a  package ot this uniformly euccessful  preparation.  '. Highly Colored Romance  I put'my'arm around her wnlBt  ���������-  Tho color loft her "cheek"  But on tho Bhduldor of niy'coat",    ^  It stayed about a week,  In tho treatment-of, summer complaints, tho most effecllvo romedy that  can bo"used lfl Dr. J. D, Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial. " It ls ft standard  preparation and many peoplo \employ  lt ln preference to other preparations,  It Ib a highly concentrated modlclno  and Us BOdatlvo and curative qualltloa  aro beyond quostlon. It ko beon a  popular medlclno for many yoars nnd  thousands can attest its suporlor qualities In overcoming dysonlory and  kindred complaints.  His Latest  , Trampson���������Could I havo a ploco of  bread and a cup oi coffee, madam?  I haven't had a blto for throo daya.  Housewife ��������� Mercy! What havi  you boon living ou thon?  Trampson���������l'vo boon licking tho  Btcnin from off tho bakery windows,  aiid, English manners favorable "we  may possibly have another session of  parliament. It'Is not absolutely certain, but there is.some probablllty.it  will happen; ���������   "   ',  Lord Sheffield, ono of the greatest  educational authorities, said that'.lf  the'work'of education was not to come  to a standstill"tho growing discontent,must be met by n'grant to local  authorities to. help them do tholr  work. ��������� , '  I have recently had a painful exper-  lenco.'ho said, of a so-called Liberal  minister of education ln Angolsea, nnd  It Is high time wo Insisted' on public  management of public education,  which Ir tho secret of all futuro progress, and the govorumont who call  themselves Llboral, who aro not prepared to carry out fully and loyally  that. principal, should not bo worthy  of our comldenco.  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It wa.! 10.30 c'docJc and tlio host pru-  i.o ui I od to wind up tho tlmoploco.  Vor thirty-llvo yeara oalil lie, I hnvo  * * t M ,        /I      1 1     .    *   <  .4V.IV4       _..-*.'>i.A.Ss      \������* k������������������+������������l.cp      U^    ttbb-������t>     V-kV-.**  at 10.20 o'clock.  Tho finest, who bapponoil to bo i  jeweler, examined tho clock cloaoly  and a oulzzlcal smllo ovornpread hi<  fnco.  What's funny? Inquired tlio houne-  holder?  Why, said tho vlhltor, I waB trying  to flRuvo out how much timo you bavtv  wasted.   This lis an cUbl-iluy clock.  , Encouragement  Shr���������It" must be a hard blow to a  man to bo, rojnoted by a woman,  l!.���������-_n<Uf<- U mutt.  Rh*���������������Do you know I don't think I  could ever havo the heart lo do It.  Hilda's Brothers  Not long since a gentleman was  passing through a certain town' tn  which his only child an attractive.girl  woll advanced. In hor 'toens, was fln-  lBhlng hor education. Having a littlo  time on hlshands, ho, decided to havo  somo conversation with tho principal  of. tho school. Ilo - was rccolvod  with great cordiality, and Ills da^h-  ter's attainments woro duly doscrlbod,  I think, said tho.lady principal to  tho proud parent, Just ns ho was  about to tako his dopn'rturo, that you  ought to ho vory happy my dear sir,  to bo tho father of such n largo family, all tho niembors of which appear  to ho perfectly devoted to ono anothor.  I think It ls most charming that It  should bo so.  Large family? Dovotod. to ono nuothor! gasped thcvlHllnr In tintlla-  gulsod amazomont. What can you  possibly mean, madam? "*'">  Oh, but I am suro tlioy are devoted  to ono another, responded tho prin*  ohm! beaming through hor glasses.  Why, no leas than seven of Hilda's  brothers havo been hero during tho  term to tnko hor out, nnd sho tells  mo Bho expects tho tall ono with tho  dark bluo cyoa ngaln to-morrow,  ���������������__-��������� ������ra������*MlnMIM_M__������l  Vnulllnfl Ambition  Tho malefactor of groat wealth as  election day approaches, leceps gelling  lt harder and harder all along tho lino.  In a Pullman tho other day I administered a regulur solar plexus to a  malefactor of great wealth myself.  ' Tho sponkor ,wns Jeromo 8. Mc-  Wado, tho sociologist of Duluth.  I accidentally got Into convcrsa*  tlon with tho old follow on tho way to  Chicago, Ho told mo whoxho was���������  a world'famoua namo.    Then, for all  (UM   OUKlli   H'CUiti,   ill*   U'tJiHi   IU   mlAil  v.-llh rral nrfrrtlriTV lhe rtimr- aa yrui  nr I might do about his little grandson.  And tho young rufiful, lio ondol,  twisting hts whlto moustache coniplu-  cently���������tho young   niBcal   nays   lu  WtAtttA  \\i>  \-ftilt   'tip   H>   in*   jit.il   >i.,.x:   ka.a* ,  Oh don't let that worry you', said  I with a cold sneer. Why, when I  waa a youngster, my ono ambition  waa to bo a safe cracker.  DIABETES  Sanol's Anti-Diabetes  is tho only remedy which haa  a record of complote cures.  Price $2.00 at Most Loading  Drugglft8  THE8ANOLMFG.CO., Ltd  , Winnipeg, Man,  They have a true safety  head,   with  silent    tip.    Will  never explode if Stepped  Eddy's Matches have' sat lulled. Can*  adt&ni sinco 3861���������accept no othera.  The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  i  INSIST ON GETTING " EDDY'SM  Washboards,  Wood Pails and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  A rotlrcd naval officer spent n week  onft at Mngno)f������, Mass., whoro bo  woarlod a clrolo tif (clouds I������y hi.?  never-ending prattlo of colorless ro-  fii1nlFoonco������. Attor ho had rettrod  for the night a Judgft advocate who had  known liim for years rcm^Vd to  tho group:  Wo call blm thft 19 inch bun.  Why? 9,*Xi*<\ n lafty from <:,iJo������n:o?  Well, madam, ho ls as big a bora  as we ever oad In thi* navy, ���������  ation I  HpHE drawing was made  A from a photograph of  the  rpot-cellar with which I).  A. Purely, of Lumsden, Sask,, won  s cash prize in last year's contest.    In that last  contest ther. wrre 36 prizes.   Thero wiil bc throo  times as many prizes (108) in the  1912 FARMERS* PRIZE CONTEST  npHW you wlll have throe <!mf ��������� ai nuny chancci nl winning ������ "ih  "������������������ prize. You do nnt have to we any certain amount of Canada Cement  . ,.,                      ,       .        |             II      ���������        .(  , , .1 ', ..rt..  10 ������lll������ * Juki*.       ���������. t'ttlt *.t *J������������t������.������.J  ������.J      ......,,������     a*   There ������re twelve priiei for each Province (three ol *<0 j three o[ |25t three of  tii i and three of JU0) and you compete only with other lurmen in your own Prov  nee and not with thoie all over Canada.  ; makei no difference whether you have ever u������d cement. Many of l..������t year'i winner!  not uied it until they entered the conteit. When ymi write for full particular!, we will  ,frte, a book, "What thi Farmtr Cat Do With Concrete," wliloh tell, rvfryfhfrijr  to know about concrete. It li absolutely free, snd you are under no  buy " CanutU" CtuKuloi tu An AU>Uuug cue (or u..  ymi ttmi ind tllitit on tlu rftu������*������. iM mitt ii, at at* Utirt tit pott t������������J, lit  Itttl tm tltmi lit* took til h'.l fuMutt ������l tt>t 1911 tilt* Conwit  .a  it  I  %;.  t  C������a;itr Uaiul  ,UmmMml^M&m;*im-m-*;Aik&i.mi.ilUl.,  Aiitatt Pu.Ucllr M������_t;tr  604-  .63  lUtdl U\Si������t, M������tr������_  yifmiayn*m*niM. _|i������������txww���������>'>' ' '���������  .MJ-._.tf_/a_ _ r- ,' I-',!-/-, .. *h<,'lfaU<}l"1t'"  nw>fw"an njHuiHiiiiin i mwaapia.......whii.i .i.m..._._nyi^������iy)iWHfl,  '. . uJ/.i..Y....'^   >, > vnTfUftianrafl --A'Mifhli^* rfirfr-''-' tt*-'__tfi Vt?-  W  ,a.-.a..i.y.i ia   cj....  miyMa;...  t*~=atittfr~~^ ���������*y ���������"!-  NOTICK is lu-vchy'given, that app'1  niwn vMll.'-.t; mada tn the- 'Sv������pc<h>t������nd->  ..'.'..���������������. !'  w������ .  .   .   -i   .    . i  "��������������� ... ' ... ........I *������IlI^_jiSZ^rg~~ii'*"������_r'_CT>vc~-������'' -cj^������flav������w3rf������'������,*S&_V?" TT"...1"  -,t.i'"   Tuesday   by   tUe.|*m <^ Pv-ovintinl police fov a reiyiwal of  ',..'     \,  '    7      j        .Mthe hottil lifCtvse'.,iispl!.rlK{iinfs by retail.  ������5umb31*laua  in n|u( upon ^ poises known as the  ���������;:. > iing   Gorop-any.  i -:p'M' will u-ii I wld iuolf  ,'"!;' iiie lho ('.pinions of oil).  '���������'i!;,y i.pfX'.ir iy. \t.s. voUwiau-  0 f Li! iii.i*t.  Si?A,Yf   l''KP������ 43,   W2  New f!������t3.Jlcviqt, hituatsd _.. Let 4-t  ^���������.iwilivisiori'iif Lots >tott|ifc������sV' q;iaitcr  pf Lut 2lC> Hesiot ������ay, ������;iy\v;jr(l Dis.  '.������!��������� <;t, IJ. C.,  JOSEPH DfCK, Applies.!).,. <���������������  Dated Peer 3������th, tQi^  .  Nft'rrOBis l;o,fct-y Riven ,th:t aypli-  e,u\e\i wil. lx������ t^ulo \o tly������ .H^perit\toud-  .ufc of T'rovm.r.t t^lico, Victeri*- for h  Hcoi.si' to sail li'in.c l>y vf!*^"!* ������t>������" |<  lhept������u'.v������������ioit������.at c^otx J+'������t(5i HSuek 18,  Ca.������.V<V'|mid'XD\.i>/ifr*, OvwnVMrla*^ B. 0  l)aJL������dtLUlS-'nda. ctDeo. $*���������������.-  is  -vv.',ir������. l..mt District.  ' ���������-���������tiki cf r������'oino������_    '  ni) TICK thti Mary Thwlm i'f  ' orcupitiw if.avnc*  woman  jii.ia,' lin' pi ,'iins^ioft' Vo- pur-  !..Sh>.vi.ii; ilcroriM ilinsK'-'-1 jj/  yQ[j  \yAN^v  -���������:yu a yah' pl-iaud-nt   the i  . '..iiii' <.i 'f. p.  No. .f.|33'' ''  ������������������:   lio ihatins, thsn������c wa������t  .������*  i-f ���������b.-ititl; >ii ch.iius nioic oi  - li.ie. tli������n>-c ..Ion)* the short:  ,'t.. 'Utiw.  on lus* to nlna" of  . ittiair.hv.,'15 soo acves-iny)*,*. ot  ' 'S15R US     '  Cotqo*-: SiwmilLCcu> Lyrivited,  V01.tO.M,      Ua. C.  S#LE OF WGI.Ka  ������I_jM<OR VERDIER  A,,.r.t>(������7 iU.o'y Thulin  i^'u .i i A'',' ?9'"'*        ,������  " Mj'simt Land District.  1;)*' rrict nf Coma*.  V, Nr_>'T-K.t. that Ch������r!os- Thr.lin, ;  . I11'., oovipf.t'mn  weruhaoti in*  4 ���������iUfcYKRVWJBiWk****'***  ���������ii'i  a!.  to-.',  pcnuissi sntn   pur-  ������������������(..���������. i',>!!c5.v.og c.'ei-V������'fiMKl I.U'cl.'���������  .. -.a;, .it.i. post pliVtSte^in Browns  ;������������ iiKi'tli-cast crH'ii*ii e/ T. fc  tiitjnce- vvo. ��������� So cbatinsy thence  i _������������������ ci.ii������v.   ilwoce-ewt   8^) ehnms,  .t/VliOB^ CtVtM-lISSlOJ*? o ,   Oi-  ���������SITTINGS- oJ*th* Prsiwneiol. Ealiovr  '���������Coiniiiiusioia VwM l������ MtJas. follow :������������������ .  Nituivino���������Mottd^y. RLyuatjf Jilfh,' at  ..,-. r.r. cu'. .i oik' shore hue to.place of I      ** ^        T  :'n  Av-.'jc.oiU.'.inmg i/:fl������acwja, i?t?������'c. or  ���������V. USyfJVUUJ  rat 2-p. nu  ' ��������� vv.EORQE VER&nfR:   ������  Ai^ent for C1?������e1cs Thulin  ��������� AU^i-14.0*. 191&    ' ^;'���������i.\V.irvd j;-ind. 1^5tci,!._  l'J'.trkc-i'-f Cofnox,  s-a',,!- N^riCii ili^t Geoi;g.a Veal'.-.  ; I -.iri, liic.j.cccnp.iliosi  *.: > ii>������.iji������.-f>' ft>r permtssioBv lo-'tHU'r-  ��������� '>,;. f.>'l.������ivir.g cb������.:i'ibe-.h  l.vndr*:���������  .���������.-.''.ucnrj 'iu v.- po&t- p'antftd1 nl the  *. ,w.t c.3,-r.<n- ol Lex y;Liicnce"hnMh ^  ,-v'p:_. v.-- (he-hliom line, thence follo'v  *-i������..������';������������������ rt'lMm around, tlie point to the  ,''".���������* ot.he^iiining'-..  - Giiouj-E y'ER-i)i;j-;R:  p'  AlbornJ,���������W/iiitfZyK fftlyivxy -2'ih, et  ,.Sp.i_a,'  L.ul3'������inifeli-rTtZjesiJtay. F.h?ausy   2a>h,  'nt3:<-S0p. ra..  Siovo l.n���������JjLboA^ Ma*d_i 2^(S.at2.iJ0  p. ru-.  ' ChUliwiiVik-~Tii^ihy? Mureb -itH, nt  2.30 p. ������k    ' '  Ntw yfesbmiiiiH-cr��������� "Siiu^.d_jvS5Ari'h fi.  i-.fc ll'R..������p_,.Gity IBili  V&ccouvfis��������� Sriday^Mijfqii ?h������. at'JO  a. m./Coiut-ho-^siii  i Tlio Cocjrrid-E'in is ejBjrwvowc^ t* hi-  cfjiso into :illtn><i\te3! uSeibiog tb: oomli-  (,io.fw of !fclK>u. inttf.jjisli Colmn'sH). All  ,d_;KO.ttBJ������i_:__d.<������de_ft.8 ii_,y.itud t*:. a tt-.nd'"  and giw e\uloncfl-  Applicant;;  \-3;.;.isi i-4th, I9'l^-'  S.������yward Land Uisivict.,-- j,  District of Co������io;s. h  :.\ia_; KpTlCK   tint   Pied'.Thulin,  :. i>H, B*,C:, nicujMtion, meichain, ia~  A 1 p.;.:/ fot1,, permissmn   to jwir-  ,,..   .l.-c  .--.llpwinj. 'rlfisor.bpcli land:-  ��������� .1 -j.^..:i:,' at,?.-. p.i"A- plant������!l A Ul������  .."���������,- j \A corner cf Timb������.*r   Limm:- J^o.  '; ,.. iln'-.xft- weal  2 >   chtins,   thence  ur, -S;i cbi'.ns-, thence e.ist Eo chains to  -  'lin;'1 line,, iiw:!*,cc��������� folli>win}{* shore  .   vmlvtA.di.ir.H,  more. orl'J.-5-to.' ihe  . ���������'.��������� uf oe.'.niBinn.containing,   64;* acres  ...ii: or. Ic-.i,  g.UORt-iK VlikDIETC'   ���������  .���������^env I'm1 Ii'ratli'L'lutlin  ,-i,-..i .-ia'i.tist' r;f. h, W-'  -.-,,  4.-.-  a.  <3ha;U)_:in  V: 11  McN  AMAH?*  ���������  &C 0'  arjj  m T1H5 STJ}.UK.ME'.CO������K.T ^ BlUT  ;������S-tl C.LUWUfAV NANAl.MSv  3E01STR\F '  '���������LiyJJiO.lt L'XliM3]i;:AXTfm  (.Section ,(_)i  NiVriCF. i*. heicby |.iivcnwtliat1 on lhe  .v; 11. 11-/ of October  ncr.1,  npplicaluJii  V. 1 n invulj to- the  bitpcrmiend-nt  cf'  j.,t..yitif,'i1il itilicefi.* tli-i m.widt of il������c  ;j,t.'.^v;K thp s.ilc  of htyiorby   retail  li vr.i t'-*or thO'pfi-,i������'?,'s Jtawvam llie  i\'i,h..-_ ll.._}l,.sUi:a������e M QawpUlHtiv.  r, r:-r.rn'.vColuml.i.t, fr,>n* Chnrli^Thn-;������-.--���������������������������  *> 1 .,!   li.t.iir.s'jn Jlaunaiv to'  Cflr.rlcs  I t.t.'in^of CatimpbtU River,. liriusl/Col-  f.llUl.ta.  U.iyl ihu Mili'l'")'"^'1'!1' 1 l''."'1-  T11UL1N & HAMNdN  V.'7.df}'j\i'( I.ite.if-e  UI.'tJtlKS. ll-KJI.iy.  Applu'dit fnr. Tiwiafer  Li Hi������T,vriA<:a oP\Vairilo.-A.Srh-tuHJ ml,  "ul6<> !.inwB.a.i Williiftm.W.A. StstBls'a d  dti-.!.'1':'".*!. hiit'itrajn,  , ,i,JiKI..K<&rWE; th������4 byoroVcrf HiR  Ma. -it, .l^udRO ltai'tor,, wiiHle it^tho-ab vc-  [UnttJi 00 tto IS'h (JiyoSf Howsrikr 1912  :the iinil(������fi;{nc6'w.ia ai>p������iintod.' A^uii.U.  !tn-W ot ibn oeto^o of tK-ottoTB-Banwl  Idcctaacd, 'Who di*'_   ad ."..iSnnd al t-h*.  Stiii'o of Oiegsp, *���������������������������*-til tl 1 "Aliti'fed aUtcp  tf  .iaiAii'.aj on ar _'frn|/_<rj *lft*h icy of  ��������� Ma������, l"jl_, InlpRtab-.  1   Al.. n.^coiwiis and  oiKKW afgatnot tho  fli-UUhuitw and bit _coo_at8-d*4o tit. i-aul  .h3t':l- rjni������t on pioffnisd inwlrsid ro.jioot  ���������ivoly ou or b(st__o Sbo l_t day 06 Mwoh,  1013..  If. W.  VTtLBATt^  QQloial AthuiuUitsator.t-j  Ca-.Hbiirl And", B'. C  ������X T11 fi tf01: Nr IT eWKT **  I. A N -  A l Jit������ 110 Ld) F,N AJ 't UM .WtPJASD,  In Wohnlf :��������� !'  l;j ilu- mnttor of th������ lurij WiM'iind'Tru-- ['  Uin'.^.t  il Oharln   UtvaiiUMft Wtya,ir,  ,. I'(l| l' -i *o.L  j    T'- KB Wrier,  y.ni hyo.s'ar of IIih  ��������� * " ,"i7-" ���������"7'"      r ^������������������������������������"���������'V t'uthso .. arlter, !.wu1p in- (W������ uhovo  Sas wuu. l-aijfl   Utsinc.        i.,v,n (o|1 ,ho f) 1( (1>y ���������, p,^',,^, jg|o,  Di:-'U'i'.;t of .^:iyv.'unl j-tlni nuiwrti^u'rtiwia pnnteJIfH* m nf ml  VJ'.  notice    that  WilLuvm 'mini-. ������iH i������������nh\v;iln������iDi^������l������fiho oa  4,4>ol if.n ahi.vi������im:n������*l iburUrn D". H y-  vuc , dtsccMiftr vdi'j A'kft st Jti.uk ?ay, 11,  C.y mi ar aUi]l May 7H������, r912'.  ,'.11 wocoutiiH ngo.u*lf ttis uoiA R'.tii'o  Mil u.J ^ct.iuituitaotho-tsiiiK W.e nitul  lu) pr������hsn������rl f.sLSpir_V w)H������9������HtoI7 ���������������; tr  S'Crio tin KiutrdA-/ of March, 1M!>.  "V. W. \VTdJihM>  ������IHcisl -ulu.i.-iiut rater  C������j.'.3.i'lwiii:, R C, jjittWtttJr 1  ; .;t*a Cri'iisou, of Vuncoiivur. oi-  n .'���������. '.*a, painter, intviyU b> ,'ip.  .���������iy I'vr- j'A-������'������)jssu>ivfv iva$ parcVtusv  * ��������������������������� follV.w;-.!^ dcscribptl' IajkJh^-  totmne������wi"S ,il ������jK>stplw-U������tl :,o  ;h -ins i'i.3. of the ������osth Qas������t������or-  -,, -i ofTiuiWr JJceuso 3^-3^ then-  .w cast ao diftiuri tlwncc .vmtli  V> eltaitis. tlitnce wtft spciiaUus,.  iU-nce north ���������������" cHuins-lo point  V,* ^ori'ji^M-'^uicnt, -onlaiiiing  ,j,n jijrf>nsor������cr I-'sh, ������'���������<��������� '3 1>0"  ;������������������'   '.       ...,l    0,s1....^n   i'i'MH  ��������� Jtl.Vu    t< -���������������>���������'���������������  -��������� ' *    *���������   W l.M.I AM JA*M!3G������WKW  S.. Mauiicu Crtrtcr,. A-gt-nt.  .rO>te Auttnsl 2.1st ��������� 19.12:.  TO' EW.TRYMRR  For Suit at t **ei'vfic���������������Two  ���������'M aft lies"' Cvi'anv aStlxiraiowsvl'.ic  ,1..-  ������1. ^.������  ������!;������f'S .t x 3. capacity 350- to- 400  ?������(. ^otO'j'co To. j)c_ hour.  There Iniiug ���������".���������b.so!?!..v   no call  rot? ������������������ ar- -\ '���������������������������"'',,iJ r',������','-������ for ^^^^^ ���������*������ ������,id' round vic-  '.'"Ti    , 1'     ,���������.:..,  ������i..Vol torUw ir.tips.fr:;.  iir j.',Lv'ru* tv. 'iv'  "L^kUriV, dinwz-V-.   Nm.    ^,cU  .w, ���������  it  , i*.  jj.'ili** thv v/!:/.*Ir  t'i. *    ;  |'.-V   YL: i'������-.:  ! -'.'ll' ��������� ������������������   '.-*'���������'*' ���������" ' ';' "n . ���������''���������vo -  ������.,    fV.r-.'t a-, ut:* h'o' ('��������������� ;i."nv;n^   '���������,:   5^,, ��������� ;  ty,Cf   ijnr,   '.^liv^y   -ni   r-alif.u'tu: jj.tf.iv.  Th<:  ij������-f._  #-������."','S*"'.1-  rii-v'tr   ij������-f._   ������>ae   ������/.       i  A(-j>iv   U.  fin.T:.*,  205(7,  <AaM',A IWiliKtyi, Vj\Ui;t|i., IT.,(;.,I  1 i  -��������� a[���������; ApAND-^or'--;-.:" ;>;  _.,' ivyanbouvor* Land -'DiHlrwi- - ������������������,���������;*;-.  ��������� ������������������'������������������ "-pUtriot 'o/Snywanl,-/,?;/'���������'-'.'���������'  ;.TAKK,���������NOTICK  Uiat |%1>..<?J...I  Xoungjfof Brooklyn. Now; i'nrk,'mi,/  pupViioh Junitor,: inten'c.s'io ai'P.'y';'  for ponni^nn to jjur^hapo "tbu-fol' ���������-  lowing; tlesoribod uuvd*5:-'���������''oijiir.'iiu  cinfi ot a post plnntod':'50 .chains.:.--  uorih' of ihe .north ���������iveal-tf.t.rncr.- oiy  lot, 588,', 1 hen .0 APa������V "40-. ^hnini,."  .'tliiMico' Vouih\56;.>Jljaiii-,;" i.hero'o���������'  ive?t 40, ohainer .thfiticet'liorlh ?.50'  chains-.to point ofIctijitmenco'.nont;";  containing-200 .t;oie,n.,orp or I'e.-tt,  >    .; ��������� MICHAEL VaUNG,".'   A  Applicant  A- "*"��������� Thcma. Mnl.,ii,'Agout  Dalr.October 30.h,*.J0!2  ^.-1  0-'.  LAND AOT  ���������Vnnci)Uver"LandiDi-Ulci 'A  - District of Sayivavd  ���������  TAK-B 'NOTICE that  Willinm-  PeiM Adauwj  of Nov YoVk,'.Nt;W /  York, occ'ipali'in.  .Baleiyjlan,   in-  ,  tM.d������ to apply for.-permi-iaion U>  purchase the following d������,:crjM-'  lti'ndsj'���������Comu'iencin};    at   a. jnwt..  planted at thenbrth-woat corner of  tho.  'south' --lull [ of,   "itu; AiQO,,  hraj.co. Bouih- 80  tliajnfi,'ijie;.cti  woft 40 chiiinp, mnrtt or k'fs to tho,  cnai liii'iof loV 58r>, thence' nurth  y*? ')   ' ' '       a  80;chaiiis." tlje'npo ,eaet'4U chun'tP,  more (it loes to,point of co'mtiH'ntb*  morii, poptaining B20 kcip. m-re-or  leus.'" '. ��������� '.' ' .a .'.' ������������������ *.  \ WILLIAM PETEtt>'DA'MB|  A ','*';���������',.. ' Applies nil  Th'omaB Mnlior. Agent  Dat-^ October 29th, 1912   ' , .     ���������  CANCKLL-ATION'OF'UESERVE  '.- NOTICE' is   hereby given' that'-tKe;y',  ic'scrve (-.\i8ling by reason of'the iiotipe; ��������� ���������  publi-hcd'.in the UfitiKlf Columbia G<z   \,  etie of Pet-ember 27th, 1907; is c.incell-  ed ir>-so ftr as tbe same, relates- to.lhe *> '  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.  "Nuff Said."  'following-described "lands, so as lo'peN  mit'of-'th'tt saltf/of- the limber strtnding. '  llie'reons-^ .    a  '   "���������"..'   .   -   -\. ���������*, -,' ��������� A,  "��������� .Commencing'at the northre,ist, corner  of. Lot No. 3849,, Rcdonda'lsbiul.,-, New   ���������  Westminster  District ;-ihence  e<ist   13    -'  r.h.iii.s ; thence' north '+chains';' ihence - s  east     J9. cbains; . 'Iburic'e "ootilh -25 ;   ,  chains; ihence-west 32 chains ; niore'cr- ,  .  less', to tlm-. e.iai-boiin'd.iry' h( Lot '"No.*  2849;-- thence'.northerly along-tlie-'caEt '  bounclaiy of said, lot ��������� to   the  point of'- ,  commencement ; tontaining by."atlmeVs..,_  urcmcnl 75 acres, moieorlcss. ���������  ' ,;    KODElVr A. HEN WICK',0 ;, ,_;-  Deputy Mims:cr of L.unls,.   .  Department of Lands,    '.'  ' .'  ;  ,  Vn,loria, U. C, December nth, 1913','  A   ' dec 54J0 mnr.26  ,      NOTICE.  TAKJi NOTICK ijiunn Application  will be mnde 10 tho l:ictiti nant-Govern*.  or in Council ai 1 lie Tni'li-iineni lhnld-  in^js, 'VicUu'p,' Hritish Columbia, on  Thursday, the jjntli day of Jamiaiy, 1913,  at the hourof eleven o'clock in the lorei  noon, for tho approval'cf the nmleitak.  imt of the "ampbell River Power Com.  pany Limned, that..tl.e conditions of tne,  occupation, fulling'of timbei and oilier  coitcliiion.a provided for in Section!) 221,  ���������iZ2 and 22,1 ol ihi! Wn'er Act be settled  pur.s11.111t to such aerttons. aud that tho  time for ���������aubmiiiiiiK d������iailud plans uf thu  Company's woik-s be estended nnlil alter  the lloo.l period of 191,' :'  ANIJFUUTI1EK TAKK NOTICK  Dial a copy oi ibe Applicant!) is on filo  in the oftifc of ihe Water Uecunh  er for Victoria SV.aer Districi, .md in  the office of tbe Comptroller of Water  Rights at Victoria,  DATlil) at Victoria,AV C.,thi������ 34th  dny of Dct ember, 1912 ', ���������  UOIIKKT..ON iltlllilSTERMAN  ' -     Solicitor* for the Campbell Rivet  Tower Company Limited,  jagaa_aM������ata-������_^^  *****  vi ^y Vv ah  Brewers' Dried Grains  *  l\.V:y, C!:"ir"r Than Most Parry Fficrfs  yaticotRtr Mill!R_ & Grain Company, Ltd,  Di.uihutorR  N:\NAIM0, ������. C.  'jwuvnaasBat^icyB^'JlK^^  MAIL SKRV1015.  Mniis fcr Oispatcli:���������Vuncoit-  ver,   Yiclcvl.t, 'Niir.aiimo,   etc:.,  fiic-sito-v,   7 15'p. m; Thnrstby  "  ntul Saturday, 6 n.  m. .  Cunjon and District;���������Tuos*  dnv, 1.315 p. in.; Wednesday  ami I'Titf;.)', 4.31 ��������� p. m.  S S. Cowiulinn, Sunday at 2  p. 111. n������d Tuesday at 6 a. in,  Mails   Arriving:���������Vancouver,  .  Victoria, Nanaimo,  dc, Tuesday   aftcrn'o'i, Wednesday and  l'riiS;iy iii^'it:-.  Com ox Di.sti id 1���������- UVducsda;,  Thui'Mlay ni'd Satnrduy,  S. 3. Cowiclian, Suudaiy m irr,,  i������^ *'nid Tuesday .iboti'. uyw.;,  1.'  ,1  \i\  1  I'  y_������ ���������V<?.*^W  a   .-*'  'j���������   *  '          '' "* ' - ,'���������'       .-A'       -  w*m'>**fi-T**m**>***\ if,a'<t'ismtar***. am*���������**������������������*raam*~+**   fc*^**������i<.-_ H-.HO'fiKIW  :*���������������  :,y  fcV  '��������� .   NOTICE ia- horJliy-given tliat.' a. :*tho  ��������� next meeting's! Ahe'-'Hpiril of L,U}'cutu������ Com  ��������� njieBioriera of ihtf* Oily of Cumborland, I  inloud to' apply for a leuewal cMho hot-  '   el lic'-nss held ,by mo' .fur tlio' Veudome  ��������� 'Hotel, fiituitodo-_lot.fi. bl������ols.8,iOumbori  ���������   ;lnnd Towueit*. --;   -*   -.-.".r'v -a t'--   '���������'  Y "'':'yK. ' ' "i- AY St.*UOBHRTaON  li Dutod November $ th, 1.12a,'A... ������������������   '���������,'.  ���������-- NOTICE ii hereby given that' *t",tl>������  .next niUtiitg'of AlieNBoBt4 af License Com-  "'-'itiiiiuioaera of iii*. City of Ciijiil)orla������d, I  Anteud to'app.y'for ���������(,-renewal o. .tlitf hotr  f iel llweiiBo' liqld'b'y mo for iho'Cumb'orland  .t   Mottl, wtnat'.d^nlo. J, block ������r_Cu(nlcr-  land Tort'usiie. ?;;���������   ft &,-'* ���������  Y'  ,. .     ;...-        WILLIAM. MERMFIELD.  'Dated, t IsCthdnyof Nov,!. '91-i.  _ NOTICE<is hereby Igivo-r that at .live  iiiext aiet-ting id the Hoard of Liom.o Com-  .mii^vtt or. for iho Cj.y m f Cuiuboilnud, I  intood to itppty lor ii wnoyiul of tlio wholesale liqnorlice.Ba hold by m;, situs tod on  lot 0, blook 15, Cumberland Town,������ito. ,  ... . OIALl MUS-ATXI.,'-    './  . Dutcd ilila-O h duy cf Nov., 1012.   -, a  .NOriUE U.. hereby'gi vou" that at. tho  tvoxt n bet.ug of tho.Bo'urd of Licor'so Oi>iu  ������njs'4i������i;orB bf the City;otlliimbyrland, J  iiitoad to ai-plv ti.r a rona*nl'!of tho hot-  ,el lioeuso flielilb' ma,for tho ..Vav.-rly  Ho ol, *ituatod ou 1-it 2, blool*'.,'Cumber  land TownsiUv', ':',.,���������-  ..    ��������� FRANIv DALLOS i"  . Dated ll.w Cth d y_ffN������.v.; Iflli j   ,'  .V'  ,I*.otige ;ib . hereby given l that '.at ' the  next mccUng of the Hoard'of License  Commissioners I intend io apply, for a  renewal of Uie hoiel hceitse iheW hy" me  for tlicJiTew England Hotel, situated on  block 3, lot 3,'Cumb Qil-intlTownsitc.. ������������������  t:r"'YY, YyyY JOSEl'H'WALKEi.  Dated 'Nov; 7th, 1912,   "    '^ ���������' ������   ��������� ���������  'fl'N/flpT'  in th^ flEl(\_S  . NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after ditto application., will lie 'made; to  ihe-.Superinte'ndeht of Provincial, Police,  .Victoria. 11. U.; for a renewal of the hole! license to sell- liquors by retail iiv the  hotel known as ihe Port Augusta Hotel,  Situiued.-uCoinox.B. C. :-\. -  A '-;::,Y ' ', .Amos CottinotoSI,  D.ited Oct., 2nd, joi'a ��������� '     ��������� .   ,.  Ail Ad in.. the'.rN'E'ws  *,     ^      1 ���������*��������� '      -.      ix ���������  p.iysf ; Try it. . * -     *  ������UI ������*������������������<���������������  .    'I"  Police, Victoria.?"!.}.0.' i'or a te-  iiewnl 61" UaiU;liotel lict'iipe-to' sell  liqijors by.,."..retail .jn" tbo", hotel  known1' is ���������* the ^Mniappinn.jHotel,'  silnated at LiiudaB. G.-' "'.':.- .;  --' ^FREb'THULIN"  Dateii;(".ctol)erUOtii, HM2\.' /*  buck's Cotton Root CompouBa.  Thf. groab Uterine Tbnle, ������u������:.  only  wtto  oiUwtual MotithU'  lltCKwlator on which women one  depend." Sold In throo dcirrooi  !.of Btrcngth-No. J. $11 No, 3,  10 dogrc-i-s etronKor,' $5; No, 3,  for opcclal onsoa, *5 per box  Sold uy n.11 dnifftfleta, or *o'������<  prepaid* on ' receipt ot prtoo  ,.   t Froo piimphlot. Aildroffl: THU  00&rBCDiemiOpMTORONTOtONT. Uormerltj \Yir.a*vti  *��������������� '* '" *'      "' -���������'-"    - -    - - i-      hi 1 1 hi 11   hi���������ipi Buwrii mi 1 a  $3001 REWARD  -The above'reward will be'paid  for the recovery' of .'thn body of 0.  H. Strand^,\ylio'.wa8~ drowned tiff  bunnian Island-, on TliuVbdav.-  Dec. i2th.        K' '-' -��������� ~ ���������'  Tho ? Anderson, liOgging Go..  iUiiion bay, H. C.A     7y   "'"''A  1 4E. C. Ktnde, Ms, agent for tlie  ''KordMand' ''Clialine'i'" aulotuo-  bilt'S.'   Cars for hire.' . P.lunie 18  ' NOTICE isturc. >x-giv������n tlut at thainxv  mio ing ot iho Uoa d i������ Lio. n-o Oommia  .811.1.0, b of tlim Li:y ol Cumberland. I in  '' teu'd t'i applj for a r. noxnl of 'diO; whole-  salu bqunr liainae held by  m '.  Bittitted  * 1, a M  *n lot 12, blnek 71 Cumb^rlana Tonr..iaito-  ,     FRANK SCAVAltDO.  . -Datod this 6.11,1% oC Nov., 11)12 _"-',. ,  ^BMmmH&m*t^**������**********^********+******arm***mm*mK**m******.  ��������� ,  LAND" RECJrSTRV A'CT'. ,'.,  IN .THK.JIATTKK' of *aii   np'plicii-  . tion.fi>r  a fi.o������h Certificate of Ti tie  4 'to Lot,5*1. t-Map .lJ]v_-TowiWie;;6f  - /Jourtenny.    ���������l ���������'.������������������-���������>:,  ���������,'"'."?".';'  ; .. i*-' OTIC IS' ie hnr eb y ��������� iy en "of" my  intontioii al the-expiration of: one*  calendar-month- from..tlie first pu'b-  iibitiqn'hcreof to is-sue a ftesli������������������Jer-  ; tifioute of Title,ih,'iitju of/theCir'ti"  ficate of .Title , irfucd-'to. Jo.-eph  ������������������"McPliee oirilie.30-"h of March 1905,'  and numbered   10990C"which, hiis  ��������� beon lost...-;. yr:7--.7-     --'.r .."   ��������� ��������� ,-  Union Steamship Op, of B. 0". Ltd  ..A   TllE/S.'.S.'CpWICIIANWIUrSAlL/AS UNDHU'/ '  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNI-ON. BAY-CQMOX ROUTE  a-,"' r-'   "Leave yanconver,'Monday, at 8 p, m.        . '-"���������  7    AArrive.Nanai.iio, at'.11.80.p,. ni. ":,   . .\- "  ,   Arrive Union Cay, Tuesday 0 a. m.\ .-' La ive^Tnesilay lidon.  ���������a  Arrive. Comox, Tuesday 8 a^ m,     Leivn Thusdav, 11 a. in.  '..   Jx;avo Naimtmo'6 p A in. Tuesday;1   Arrive. Vancouver (J.30'p.'in.'  Leave .Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.v Arrive Nanaimo,   n.3o;p: in  Arrive Uin'oiyBay, Sunday 6a.m. Depart 5'p.m.     ...  -    -, ,.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8"a.ni,"Depart 4 p.m. " .  1 CU.'onl     t r.    ������l.n.,���������.v    -...ll.���������..ll   ..���������..'..- .1.  ^sfees^sesawpw^--'  uexLftpplicatioirwill-.be mndo to g./  0^1'^"-,.    ''" --'          .-,.'*   "1S    ;      " -'__^ a ������S&.  7'-%  ' .<������������������    '������������������       '    "\  lhe"Suupj-i"tend'rtui' of Provincial   ������'\ .1^: "   '��������� __________.,, _. .  ;f    -    KL.'^' ' ' 1  ���������__      "_���������._._-��������� '    ^  ���������  Subject to change wilhout notice.  -Da'.etl ; fit 1 Land :-B������'gi it ry. Oflice  Victoria, "IJ'AC,,-.tljis "21st"-d_y"of  Decern ber 1912:      '7 ���������;    *  y 7:y! :'s..yr Wootton! -  r;        .; Rpgistrnr.'.General'Of.Title?.  .���������������������������������������������I II !<_������������������! I *������������������ MM ���������  IWHI  ���������I Wl��������� ������1_���������f���������aflMW  0   ' '11 "   *        '  The Courtenay - H otel  ,   Every convenience,for guests.'  ���������   The Oeatial Hotul for Sportsmon,'  ���������None but thc.Besfof >Vines'and' IJquors  ,at the Har, -  . a        ,     ,,   -       r*  RATES  ,.    REASONABLE     '  s John dchi'iSton,   P  top.,  '                                                <���������                        1  0 *b .  I  .0 ��������� ��������� ���������  .  m  X        ^'1  '  g  ���������   p  _   Si   S  _            iir���������m_r_              t/l  5    ,c^   U  7)  4-1  r  GO  ���������_?   Pi  if) p>  ������     OJ      .  "S  w  \  > s  ��������� c  t.   ti ^  no  rt  >  0  I  0  offer: )^ou/a safe an<i . so unci   investment   witli a ,  o"ood return on ycur money as well as an enhanc-  1 \ ^ td-value  from now on...   ,-,-,_  v   - ' ' ���������> (S ' i 1 1  _y    A Company with   No'Promotion Shares^"  a  V     -���������     A .Company witlr its   own fiscal agency. ���������'    '   ���������   "',  A Company .that will-look'solely to "the wcljfare; .  .     .of its shareholders.    Shares are now selling at. $i  ���������    for, all   cash,   or.   on. the   ea?y   instalment   plan.  Call of send iov a Ppospeefcas to-day i  DRINK  Tlic,purest:and best BEER, aud  (m&*f i,     '     made.iii'Cutnberland.     ,  -  9  J.   IT. - MeLEOD      'E'no-'EilET'or.  English 4 x UUUTON stwjya on tap    "al*o, the fnmouH MlLWAUlCEE  ��������� BBERI���������AnhoniiMliillvib������iiiianl,8ohH������. to.   ,   "OLD aRKY B.KARD",  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best W.noa and Liquoia of all kinds.   ���������  The Hoarding aud Lodging Dopartmont. endor tho iinmcdiuto supunntendonco uf Mi;  ��������� Daviii, will l)j luui d Pirstoliis. in" ovory rcupout,^ .   ,  *.w?i*x*n*Mmusr*mmxm'mB  The::-Mercarifile'"������������������ General .Agency^ S  Seliing'"'Agents for Canadian Loan &'Mercantile Co., Ltd *  s;     .-,     ',....'. , .    ,   -A --"Head  (-dices :i       '��������� ���������    -   - -  JI ' 2������7> ������q8,.209  TnoiYBanTrTBiulcltng. Corner "V lew and"-Gov;t.,  Streets,- Victoria. B. C  Geo, Abbott," Managing Director,  :; rl  mxe'*-*-^rr**i'r%am*i~i*i~. *S':mt***H>**ni*'r*  u.We Build Homes* and.-Make Loans.7',, '..  S������@������Si<3������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ' 43������������������������������������������������S<������������,������������������<S)_XS������������e������  ������jr������������_a>j_-������yj-wan-^r^fv<a_ujr..itir_A,c*i>aitiw������r*g*it fcfc.t,- jaMir_y_rta3gi*JHW_Bit^ggr__il wi. j_a������������p  ATB8;  tpl.oo por day upwards.  NOTKJE,  , Riding on locomotives and rail  way cura of tho Union f-olliery  Company by any person or 'per*  .ons���������except tain ctow���������1. strictly  prohiHted, Employees r.re aub-  Ipc todisniisBuI for allowing sam-  - ' 15 v ordor  W. Iv. coulson,;'  General Mnnasccr.  ww***vK*.9*ri*t*i"*inJ������>t**m*m  C. H XARBELL  m*^t*'*w-**mm****'wm*m*ta**uti**m*wmmw*m*imi\  m*Vk*.*tmr>v^&^*mvivr*(in***+M* th.***m+m*v,  HIGH GRADE STOVES?  Ami all KITCHEN , .UTENSILS  ^f^^|44Mf^iHH'*H������F^MJ4HH������������l  NOTIOK.  To whom it way concern���������.���������  Thia ii. to notify the public  that all fret-Klit charges 011 bond-  ed goods cletuod at Union Hny  tor tne V'omox Yjuicy inusi be  paid before ^ood������ cau be torward  cd, Dy order  Caiiadiau Collieries Dunsniuir]  Co.   ���������m+tm'mmi****ww***i*>m* ���������" w ****������������������*���������**<-.������  The  tln-nt  I'At'HxH   itt'mr.in.  'iunoN ami iiivi���������t'"'<"������ilito u Wu  .ncrv������no jtj������������/>.ii,  inakm A},"'-  *Hl. nt ln oil Vnlin. <.'������������������������'������ .���������>r.  Mm tkbflity. Mtiit'it ami HrainH'oYA'.li >  ."on-ti'ii"^', f.trt'tt li en\t "A hw'.-fUrt, .s,> ,  HQUOU LTCKNSE' BV-L.VW'  ,} 3011.  NOTICK IS HKIIEIU' CilV  KN that at tlio m-xt ro;;'ul<ii' in������a  ing of tho Hoard of Lieohfo Conv  inipsiouorfl of tho Mnniuipniity of  Gumboi'lnnd,' application will  bo  mndo to tho Bidd  llimnl of Com  miflsioiiflrfi for tho tnuiBfer  of tho  liconso for tho unlo of liqnor by  volnil in and upon tho promisee  known aa tho Vendome IIolid, sit-  imtoon Dimpniiiir Avon 110, in tlio  City of Cumberland, from Robert  S.   Iioborltton  to  Unhurt McNeil,  of tho paid City of Cumberlaiul,  Datt'd nt Cumberland,   1).  C.  thi.- lllth day of Dueomlior 1012.  Sportsmens Goods  nticl  . General Hardware  l-������������Milfc_������i<^<-_aW---i-WI*^>il[tWi _>*!���������_���������������������>_<***  MOVING -?  ���������, Pianos and  ..-VFuilNlTUUK.  Freight, Wood"and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT   -  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON A HAVWOOI?  PHONE 5 7*  Windermere Ave.  ORDERS TAKKN  I'OR   NUT   COAL  NOTICIC  **m*  NOTICHislKfrcby fciven Mini  .she geneiul nlore business or Dim  can Bros, has this day been sold  to Jnines* H. Parkin. All uc-  connts due the late' fi;m must be  paid to K. Duncan, who will settle all liabilities  Snndwiclf^Oct, ist 1912.  Fiiywuril I.aml Di-.it.rict.  Ditatiict of ?iiywi.ril.  TAKE NOll' K vli������lC'������������������Nfl Stucko, of  N'u������' Vorli, N. Y��������� otOHiviliiiii   oi)||inoiM',  tntendato i.pply fcr | ouni������ i ������m to pur.  l'Iudu   tin  fuliowinu 'dcwillMil lanilgi���������  Ciimmoiitl .g ut 11 putt placed 20 dinna  Noiith of thu CH.rili'itrtCt oin-iior of lot 65t,  tlnioo oput i-0 chuiM', thon.o uoitli 40  (iliaini, tl 0'Co   *������o^t liii ebdm,  Uujmjo  nun',it 40 (imiiiH to jio'nt (tf coir,uu������co-  m, ut oouthin nu SO iur_. id< r.i or bw,  c.KOH'IE STUiKB  Fiiilmi' M.Oiitikim*. Aboiit.  lUu Juno r.llli, 1012.  Sayward J.a A Di.irict.    '  Di.tik't of S yvn'rd.  ,  TAKB NOTICK   Hi t   Iluiry   Alfred  Ho 8, of Now Vork, Nnw'Vnrlt, O.'Ciipati-  ,iit 1 kwtiician, i'-t^ir'. Ui apply, f r prrmts  siioa to'purnliB iod to pttroba 0 tiio foljov*  ii.g dewriW laiidi:-(!ominonoi������R at &  post planted a. fie south oast cor,.tr <>f  tlui uorth wont quarter of lot 583,  tlu-nuti  40 chains roe! 1 thenco 40 uhatun poith,  theucn40o!i������iii������''.'edi  fln-i'-j .0   chtjim  ���������.outU to pi int i-f com 1 cistcmen. cin!f.in-  log 100 acrea mom or 1 hs.  ' . IIi:.siiy Aiini-i) Hiws  ]"ii������' er M. Garikin-i, Aycnt.  Dated Jnno2-lt.il, 1012,  Sajwnrd L-i> dDistrict.  /     iJistrict of S.>yward.  TAKB'tTOTK E llmt J diu" Ar har Da'' ,  ff New V m If, Nu\v Ymi!.', icuupnti u tier It  intoi.diio  npply,'for pprniaHimi'to pur  ohar.o .ivo   following (LritiIioI Iui:da:���������������  _oir.nieirciiig.ttt  h-> po.-jt-plant'cl at tha '  Boutli-owt   oornfr of Lease 40,   thenco.  couth 80 chtriiio,  tht'iiro \v(*t 80 clitiit.u,',  thenco nol lli  80 clmiiu, ��������� th. nVo   o^t tiO'!*  oliiiioa to poii.t o( coiiniu'i eitnint cootnia,  inu CJO aoici tiKro or lohB,  "   ���������    ���������   _ ,M!IN AWTHUR DALY-  JfifUor II, Oaiklnn, Affcnt  l).toJniiP_-it'n   1012.-  m..,. ....mm.  NOTICE  l\,    a>.  ii/.nr ri'ia^. iu������  IAMM..IV1 ^.^.������i*^  Iln'dcr of Liecn?i<  IiOHERT Mi'NKITi  TriuiBferee,  -iji-i  i.i   n<������iiiwi.n   ������wimw<������ *������������_ _,i ,!������>��������������� +t,*i***i*+i  SOriCKt'   h n'l-y  kiviu   th't oppH-  isrlm    will-   be mndo ti lho   S'ii.i?r  IliUaiidl'lil. cf   IVtVior^tl    1'i.lltiH   VitUAl*,  ;for n H������iBotof������ll lupior hy *, u' ado  tU'iji, rliO |M:j o piii'nt'd ou L \ 1-.  H!������'k_, C,.n_Ur.u_., ThwuaIU, CuuiIki-  hnd.YA'.  AllHS  'aUlC'CIII, AlplK-tl.t  tM'ffl Hit, l������.ti ti;.-? ������T l>(C������inl)prf !������������������������*-,  Any pornon or porflonp, cuttiiif*;,  ,1'ounA'iiift or talcimjr any blcol;.,  timbor ov wood, of any di*orijiliod������  wSonfrinpr to tlio Wolliii^ton Cub  dery (Vy., or from or off tho land  uf tho snid (Jomp'tuy, or iui>oih'  tlp|)fr>������ rnbbisli of any dcE/Ttpttct'.  tuivwht.ro upon Uie ectnpau\>  laiiJ wiil bf nro.-i.'fiiU'iJ tu thn full  extent of tbo law.  \V. I,  COUI.KON, "  tM-'.MTitl Manaj^r,  Co .tii'i'V Yo,)',)  Say*'nrd .I.r d Diittricl,  ' Distrc or_ajwa.il.  TAKK NOTH:E tlmt Willhm Julm  Sulhv^n, NowYd It, N. Y,, oocupnt'oa  oloi'lr, hili'inlH to npply for iici'iiii-n'on t'i  piirchaeo tlio foliosin������ Ibo followjiiB doa>  oi ibid UihIh:���������L'oiaii.oi'Oli-B, at. a pout  plmitod lOoliahm, Ko'.th t'oni lho nnntlc  Mitt corner -if If.: 579 (on pout 571J tlu'.ico  north 80 (liiiiuo, ili'-nw; vat'. 8.) oliiiif.t,  tlifli.co 8-n.th KO chi-iii, llifiht'O woat'SO  cliainn, In point o' oo.inii'Jiiciiiii'-ut con-  Ui i'lB OUlmi'pfl in������������i-o ir leno,  WILLIAM JOHN C.ULLIVAN  FnhorM, (i.iHl(ii������f, Anuitt,  UrfaiO   JllbU   21    t,  mm..m.m.m*m-mmmmJ.������mtm.> m*tm*-mm^mwntf<mu,. Mm,.,..  Snywird I.Mid P.ntt 1 t.  Diotilot fif .Snywii'd.  TAKE NOt'ICllO Hint Willi un Animunt  IJlKohml, i.f N.iwYmk, N. V., ocu'i,n-  tlon il������rl������, IiiIoii.Ih to ������|iply for pi-rinli-HWii  lo ima'hii'O lho following lUorllicl  lniiib-Coininenciiiff at n pn.t plaited  III) <'liuii n o at aud 40 chah a noMh nf tlio  north-wo������t .iiracr of lot Wi, Uumo went  5') oha'ni more or h'tn, to lot Wl, tlitnci  ���������10 ohiaiitH ninth U*o il un-l. Lionndary cf  lot Ml, tlii-iico pus'. fiOolmliifl lin>ro or htm  to lu'ifl* 40,   thoa������) nmtli 40 ohalna to  , cmm li.oio or lc1"*'  WILLI AM AVOAUHP Wl^CHOn*  I'i-diurM.Cj.ul:iii������. AKOnt,  Ottp-liiiio'-'Oth, iOI2.  ���������?���������,_< n>nn.  f toft tVi'th-t  I)i4tiu'i of.l^yvKU'd.  TAKBNOrffi: lint Oii������rl*n llihry  Jl-*������, if No-.v Vofh, N. Y.. occupation  n.lcnu.n, > t. id* nt u\tk\y for p-rrol-wloii  t p ro!i������o th������ fo l.������*intf A< ocr***** 11 n.d������������  V mir������. nl ���������.: ai ��������������� t������'"' t Inufc. #1 n" tl.o  north omt c������rn������r ������t I ������t &!���������_, thnnoe rojrtli  W .bu.it>. \'Mi.t'.ti 'titA. m) ilaiiu., th-';....  muitl. Vtlol.an������, tlii������ncfi,tw>it *:0������h hi ti������  Say* a r.i bi-ud District.  -.      DiMtriuL ol Siyward.  TAKK NOTICE  ihU  Wnltcr  Bodill,  IJ e>,    tf    No-a'    York,    IIov    Yoik  uccupntion    la'.ionr,  i.itvudi tn   a.-ply  for   pi-riliis-il'ill to |Jlllclill-!������ tbo   fol:0'.vl.ijf.  ditfc-iAid liiiid':--Co.niiloici |_   HI,, R |JU������t  planti'd I'-IO ih ihn wout ui,d 10 oh'ini  nnrthnf tlio mm t n n j nt  uoncr of I.n>������j  I'J, thi ncc t-o.i'li SOch.iiiH, tboiico cast -10  A: 'in.     U.I'IIUH   lliiltll    SO ct.uillH,    UlClil'O  i,ti.. u) chain, id point ol uonimoiiO'inui.t  coiiUiuhij; 'Aid acr<������ n'.i������o or !.������e.  WAI.TKR UKUliiLL HK������T  K othor M. ClMikiii-, A (.on*.  Halo .Tno j 84th, I'JI2.  H.>wnrd L-jlid Dint iul.  District of Siywai'd.  TAK]':.\OrK.F, Out Ooorgo Wurlw  3.i.n������, of Nd*"  \'oik, N. Y���������  6ociip.iti������i_  i-It-ik.ir.Ui.du to app'y for pcrmloBlo������ to  >i nha������o Uio followliifdororlhod laiidnt���������  I'nmnjonnlhg at a pout plnutitl 40 clthhiM  vol ond 2* ulniiiiR n- r.li tl tlio nortii ciut  .���������i.iiKirof lot n"������4. tliuiioo in*1 10  iluinit,  ili.'UeoBCH.h   tlOuhttinn   tl������������i <���������'������ wi'������t -10  I'liain., Uiimk'ii n-iith 20 olittlui to loin o' j  oi itimoDtimu'iil.������:������ii,uii.ii|. ttimifit ������J"r*.  r luai.  OKOr.(tKi'HAHLmHlONJ'l  t'idlul' V.. <J H'b.ti Auu t.  Dato Junn 10'li, ItM'J,  .'i.yward Laiid Dt 'Lob  l)ita������������ior ,f Si/mirdi  TAKK^OtUk tint UHlluiVallUyrf  Viincotviir, It ih, ficuii.m i ������ <v������:it'ii������i,o\  Ihtend^uiiipily it 1.4'ui1 uiui l< l"-r-  (i\*ie die f.������H������������ hur ������I���������oiIIim1 liiiid-:���������  1'omniw.cio^ ������t  ������  j������"t 1'l.intrd at   Ih  ���������������' till!'. <mA   v'o'M  I "'   '"' '"'*   'h' ''  ,*M'H'.  i'mhu.im, thrpiwn;iili K.it.li.n.",  :'U'.c<->  liiiif   I c.i.-i-.M.cc..* r. .���������nt.Ji.l i; ::?.!,o'ul  of  <Wnti..u=r.,.,r,t  vjUl\mt.e ih  Mti'tVA'tia  it Ij������j.  i n������  _3*''U-_v  L'^^,'is4_t,s,^^^^li  _3^^wi>liR_r*  fljf +y*  ^tk.   *^^^_r?_fc_f 1V '  ������Su*-'������K_-i <;_f������Tivt  * **.-_r*^ "<" **���������?_. * _  ���������mi*  Best least  in ibeWorid  Sold and  Used.  Erorywber&  _.w.ai.ttc^,.u.',  T������o#.tci,Cn.:.  ClI.MII.rjt I'f.N.VT  \)hUd ,h:  V.7.at  \\.i\f\:.  . i'i I,   MH'J  A-t-t.  tar-  moro nt loi'.n  cji.im.r.-.i.FNMiYr.wT  Kt't,������r >���������!. (itilaiim, A������.i)t.  ������ Jl Vk',������|lnn'^h   t-'-������-  Vi"tt-i{.t. J-.'!., sK'.���������Moii. Mi������������  Ulov of i������iti.u:v Kilt-������Mt l.a- h.*e:i  taken i-'_ui'ii*.(v ill wi-h- acute ap  pfiivliciti* i. >: i������ now iii Ihu Vic-  }IOrial'0-p!t:il. '\r  P  'firth  ���������X7xy  !*'  $N *  I   '-iii't''  Iff.* '  fe"  p.:  if ���������  If  $1  ���������*!_     -a  I'f  !:���������  ,1;  vfl "���������  1* :  ,*��������� "  Xil A  &f  l������l     l    >  rl*.������  I'  !8* I'  ti: .'  'ir j-"  '.V  ,i i.>,  v<  rt i  S.i fr  ���������(  ,'i  Al  fl-:,  ki_  -i  K  i >,i  l������ a1  vi,;  Iii '_  J i;  (* it  lu  ���������j -  I '  "I  It  14  ssrassiSiW5*������������ss-tfj������  ite_s_a_g_i_fl_i_fi_a_M^  .  V  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, H; ������  llm  /  SCOTT'S EMULSION improves the quality of breast milk  ���������it supplies the material for bone j  and .muscle--if scanty or thin,  it .makes it rich and abundant,  j,For bottle babies a few drops  of emulsion with every feeding  produces marvelous effects���������  makes new, firm flesh and rudely  health.  SCOTT'S EMULSION is the  cream of the purest cod liver oil  delicately emulsified into tiny  -particles resembling maternal  milk and'each particle is coated  with glycerine���������no alcohol or  stimulant���������a wholesome, nourishing, strength-making food. >,, '<  Mothers everywhere are enthusiastic about Scott't Emulsion.  J Insist on getting SCOTT'S.  Scott & Bowne, Toronto, Ontario 12-i  SAVED   BY   STRIKING   MATCH  The Kick Off ,  With bated breath the'mother rash-  _d across the football Held to the  ���������mergency hospital.  What tidings, she faltered, of,.my  aon? . . ���������  They looked upon her with compassion.  ,.W<3ll, you seo explained the captain ol' .the team, he lost his head  when we tried the flying wedge.-.  Shrieking wildly; she sank to the  'floor, , '   ?  , They told mo it was only a broken  arm.  Thrilling Rescue of Aeronauts Vrom  Sinking Balloon In English  Channel  To ho blown out to'sea and nearly  drowned in a slaking balloon in mid-  channel, and then to be rescued just  in timo by lighting a, match, of which  ho possessed but three���������as a distress  signal���������such is-tho thrilling experience that has befallen two aeronauts',  Arthur Turner and Mr. Nolan of thb  Royal Aero Club.  The two men .mot with their peril,  ous advent uro while flying in their  balloon, the Meteor, from London to  Eastbourne, whence they hoped to fly  across tho channel. * -  They sot out from Battcrsea about  noon undor favorable conditions'Intending to come down on the Eastbourne sands.' Tho balloon rose to  a height of 3000 feet.  Travelling swiftly with the. wind,  they descended noarBuxtod, and wero  told that tluy wero thirty miles from  tho coast. Tho wind hnd then dropped and as they wished to proceed  thoy throw out somo ballast aud agala  roso about 4000 foot.'  After Ira'volllng for some timo thoy  hoard a sound which they thought was  that of the surf. A dead silence followed and a little later they saw what  they believed to Be the Itoyal Sovereign lightship. Darkness came on  aud with.it a,thick fog and vain,  The envelope of tho balloon became I  soaked and they began to sink, and  to thelv horror, tho aeronauts found  they could not mako It rlso. Fov  two hours, as the balloon sank moro  and more, thoy-shouted their loudest  without avail.  The balloon continued to sink until  it was only about 50 abovo the watern  Still (hey continued,,but although several steamers passed , quite, close to  theni, they could make nobody hear.  At last, when thoy had all but resigned themselves tc their fate, thay  saw a light '300 or 400 yards" away,  which as (hey later discovered, came  from some fishermen who word putting out nets. The fishermen could'  not hear ihem, and the aeronauts, as  a last resource, bethought them of  striking matches.  ;:       A 01 Caliber ,.,  ��������� Self Loading  Rifle  .This Is the latest and most power-  ful rifle of the no-called automatic  type. It hna more power than the  .30 Army rifle. Tbis power, combined with Uo unequalled rapidity  of fire, makes .[(.exceptionally effective for hunting big-game. It is  simple In construction and operation and all Its metal parts are  made of Nickel Steel. The name  " Wlnchetiter " on It guarantees it  to be satisfactory in every way.  Send postal for illustrated catalog.  WIMKSTEI REPEATING ARMS CO., .  NEW HAVEN, CONN.  The One  Ideal Gift  , Insist or.  thin  trademark  on nil your  l-COI.H  Trademark  for nil the family  for all the year  around is a  Columbia Grafonola  Ask your nearest Columbia  dealer to play you the aspecial  Xmas Columbia Records. (Fit  any machine.)  Columbia Phonograph Company  McKinnon Bulldhg, Toronto, O.U.  ' Territory Open to Dealers  Glnwa windows  light In 1180.  wero first used for  Cfaapptd ifiou'j  Won't Bother  Yon  If instead of  soap von nre  SNA.', Tho.  original hand  cle.'tntr,  SNAP con-  ttilimtiolyeor  ndd.. but glycerine nnd neutral  oils which keen the skin smooth  .md iu .jdciulul condition.  Try SNAP for a week and notice  ilii.* diffcruice. . 7  SNAP  (,.'. r ���������.j,.i ].,-.i,!������_ r 11 i.f.  tn-. c-,  Great Storms of Modern Times  The recent devastation caused by a  hurricane to the island of Jamaica, has  powerfully affected the popular imagination. Fortunately for us, these  catastrophlos "are" rare.' When they  do occur it j. commonly observed that  they are confined to certain .areas, ana  that, therefore special peoples .are  more singularly attacked. The sup-*  ers-tltiqus see in this phenomenon of  nature nothing other than special  judgments of tlio Almighty, while the  practical-minded see only the  occur-  ���������-enee_Qf_fi_ed_law5. -  While this���������U in mind, therefore, lt  may be Interesting to recall to mind  .other notable storms of a ,disastrous  nature."    Few middle-aged'people can  forget 'lho .terrible night In 1879 when  tho Tay Bridge, a huge structure of-  steel wickerwork near the estuary of  tho Tay at   Dundee, "Scotland,   was  swept by a tremendous gale, blowing  nt the rate of 150 miles ,an hour, and  precipitated in tho water.  ' TJils, in  itself would have been a dreadful blow  to what was 'then in the light bf engineering science, considered   to , be  an imperishable monument to the genius of man.   But dreadful to relate/h  train journeying from Edinburgh to  Aberdeen,   was   ploughing   lis   way  through the storm in tho very, middle  j c. tho structure and along with-'six  \ hundred yards out of ihe two miles of  steel framework was .hurled into tho  Tay.      No one lived to record the  dread oxperionco.  An older generation will .doubtless  remember the terrible series of hurricanes of J8G3, which swept over Central Europe, devastating everything opposed to It and leaving wreck and  ruin behind, Peculiarly enough U did  not procood far west. Oboylng the  dictates of somo na yot Inscrutable  law, lt spent its force Bomewhoro In  mid Atlantic, and Amorlca and Canada woro saved tho force of Its gusts.  Old country peoplo resident in Canada will romembor tho hurricane that  Bwopt over England on tho 14th October, 1881, when houses wero thrown  down nnd unroofed, lnrgo trees torn  up by the roots llko playthings, telegraph wiroa nnd poles blown down,  and In addition to a great loss of  life, about 150 British wrecks of shipping. In tho snmo year, and peculiarly enough In tho same monlh, followed what Is commonly regarded ns  tho groat Imrrlcano of history, In Hal-  fong, In China, a typhoon broke oir,  rngod for dnys 11 nil carried off lo iliolr  doom tho auu-mlng Iota] of 1100,00).  Doubt was nt first cast on thin tntnl,  but a Hiibso.iif'iit census revealed if.  accuracy. Then Iwo yours Inter ,1  tornado ln the Southern Stales carried  off 000 people, followod lu I.fii. hy ������\  oyelono ou the Orlssa' coast, Ileum,!,  India, In which 5.000 peoplo porirjhod,  A storm, which wat iitlejidod with  a tidal tvnvo nearly hlolted nut Woll.  Ington, Now Zealand, In 18S8, and lo  como nearer'homo, Ontario nnd Quo-  hoc wnr" the seenon of ntormn of wind  accompanied by thunder, In the same  year, which cost throo provinces $2,-  000,000. One could go on multiplying luptancps Innumerable but lho recent ovent lu Jamncla prompts ono to  recall tho cynlono thoro In 100fl, when  tho British   government   granted   a  |n.r������n mini  to rolinbll'nln    mul    rf^'^ri^  tho condition of lho planters.  LEADING, VALUES IN HARN  ABEffQ  The harness sets which.we illustrate below are ,aH manufactured in our.own.factory-from-the- finest grade material.  For durability and strength they are unequalled at Eaton prices. ^ .... ,, .,        . ���������' Y:r''��������� ���������  When you buy harness from us you.get the advantage of. our liberal guarantee of good quality. If'you are dissatishedA  we return' ybur|money and pay freight both ways. > .,        .-���������' . A,      ..       ' - vrt     n j*       '  There areno middlemen's profits or salesmen scohimissions and expenses to be added, to .our prices'. We sell direct j  to our customers and thus-eliminate these selling costs which'they would otherwise have to pay. '  P"-wJ\  i.Ui..  ������*%  ">-.  IMPERIAL FARM HARNESS  _$���������  ;^\v  ������  &  f������K  ^a'\S2J*Wl!^\tiK   #  m  a*<>  **_  ip''  Y  w  v..  'm  ���������&  \. A.  tl  ne:  This stylo of harness ts preferred by many,-farmers.- All high grade material, excellently made. Triple stitched traces mado of>4nr<!b-ply stock li--  Inches wldo. Hamcs are concord bolt pattern. Collars open top, lcatnor  ov cloth faced. Open bridles lf desired. ' . -> ' ' ' ;  37 N 8.���������Team-Set, without collars,-$31.50.. With collars $36.00. ���������..  37  N  9.���������Same  Set, but with' 1  3-1  Inch traces,  1 8-4 inch pole  strap  martin;  collars  $38.00.  rales, and l'incli back and hip strap',  without collars   $33.00.  ��������� Shipping weight 100 lbs a.t first class rato     \.   '  extra: strong white  duck. blankets  and'  "With  One of our  ���������the farm.   Splendid quality material .liirouBhouf  - Traces G 1-2 feet Ions, tlirco ply heavy .stock 1 1-2 Inches wide. Martingales  nnd Breast Straps 1 l-'J Inches. Heavy concord bolt ha moo; open top collars,  leather-or cloth facings; bridle opcir If desired. ":  37 N 1.���������Team Set'without collars, $26.75:   With collars'$31.75.   '  37 N 3.��������� Same.Set but withl'3-1 inch traces, biv.isl .traps and martingales  without, collars.  $30.75. ��������� With collars,  $35.75.' . ��������� a,.  '     -       ' Shipping weight 100 lbs at lirst class 'rate.  I  37 N ,417.���������Splendid quality. Blanket.SO inches long, fully,  lined; with webb attachments same as Illustration. Each  $2.75. a      a  37 N 418,  $2.4S.  -Same Blanket but without attachments. Each  , ,  hh .  Bridle���������5-S inch box loops  ���������crollcd blinds, overdraw qhcclc..  Lines���������7-8 x 1-thch. black fronts  and russet nund parts. Breast  Collar���������Slnglo strap, felt-lluoil.  Traces���������Slnglo ���������Mira.'1' I-l inch,  doubled nnd ,'jli'tched nt both  ends. Saddle���������Flexible full padded patent leather'skirts, leather lined. Shaft Tugs ��������� 1- Inch,  with .billet. Belly Band ���������  Single strap' 1 1-4 inch inside, and llnch outside. Breech-  In o���������l 1-2 inch body; 7-S inch  side straps; E-8 inch hip  strap. - Trimmings ��������� Nickel  Shipping weight 22 lbs., at first  ���������class rate.   ��������� . ���������        '   '  S7P105. Harness as des-  -   crlbed above  ....  SINGLE STRAP DRIVING HARNESS  12.00  These cutters are very popular and are very special value at our prices..   They are -handsome   in ; appearance,, well  upholstered and the general strength and good quality of the stock insures long service.  -J  This Is n, very popular nent nnd durnblo Cutter, mndo of polecled sto.k, well  Ironed and finished. 'J he seat has high, ccmfortcihUv spring back and spring  cushion, upholstered In plush. Cutter hns nickel-mounted dash and arm-rails,  channel nho<>������, shifting shafts, 13ody black, nicely'ornamented; rrear rod or  green, nicely,'Striped.. Whipping* weight 270 lbs, ��������� Ited gear goes with rod trim,  wing. 'When ordering state whether rod or green trimming ls desired und glvo  your cholco of green or rod plush upholstering.  A voir speclnl value at our price. It la built of good materials Btronsly'put  together, has .hitting shafts, nlclOo mountlngR nnd a flrat-cmss mush. Tho  seat has solid spring back and spring cushion, upholstered In lilush, body  painted black, nicely ornamented, Gear red or greon, nlcoly Btrli>cd.' Shipping weight 850 lbs. Ited trimming goes with red gear. When urucrms pleaso  fitato whether red or gi-een trimming Ir desired, and whether red or groon i.p-  holHtorlng Is dost red.���������  37N11.  Cutter    na nbovo  comploto 'villi nhafts....  37N12. Cutter, with polo, but  no .hurts ,   32.50  37.25  41.25  37N13. Cutter,   with   both  pol_ nnd Nhafts    37N14,  Rubber Ton for nbovo Cutt.>r  weight to lbs,   rrlco extra,,$12,00  37N18.   Cutter,  ns  above,  comploto with .han.  37N10. Cutter, with polo, but  without shafts   27.50  ,32.25  36.25  37N17,   Cutter, wllh bolh  polo and nhafts ,,  37N18. Rubber Top for above Cuttor,  weight GO,lbs.   JPrioe extra..912.00  ST.  Winnipeg.  MJ   wl ll   \f LIMITED  CANADA  A Sure Wny  l'vo  (llKeovovniV a way tti Uoop  tt  fountain poll from louUluB.  Tlmt ho?    J^ot ino In ploaso.  VoiiY-A lo iml l������l������ I" -1'  I waa ciiroi. of piiliiful Ooltro by  MINAIID'S  MNIMBNT.  HAY AUD MeMUUilN.  Chatlmm, Out.  I was curo;l of   Inflammation   by  MIXAUD'S 1.INIM13NT.  .    ��������� MH3. W. A. JOHNSON'.  Wulsli.Ont.  I wat on red of Facial Nouralgta, by  MINAniVS  LINIMENT..  J, H, DAILKY.  Pnrl'ilnK Out,  ������E=  W.  N.  U. 020  I will, ������ho ftxclalnii!!.--! will not llvo  with you mifitlifr dny!  You'll leave mo, wlll you? lm wittily nHlto'l,  \*t. T will  Wicii?  Now���������tlilfl lnlnuti*.  I wouldn't if I woro you.  Hut I will, and I defy you to Btop  mo!  Oil, I f.linn't try to Hfop you, lie  OiHolly rcMilled, r will simply roport  to Ibo. j.o'.io.? tlmt mi vvlfi- liriH ������iyu.  torlotiBly dlsripponrod. Tlioy'll wnnt  your d'-TTlpMon. nnft I will rIvc It.  You n-rfir No. 8 jilioos; you han.' an  oxini Inrtie mouth; your poho turnit  up nt Hip ������rnl; eyea rather on th:  Kllnf; volco llko a���������  Wrftt-li, you wouldn't dare do dial!  .sh"' ������<TCli:iif:t\.  T will.  Tltfy fibtrvA nl cifjlli othor for a  nuimont fu r,llr.nro. Thon u wan  plain ti tcie who wau lhe victor,  Vour oars liavo lunar luaon it.orcedf  I imked, on coiivoiho bont,  No: ������lmply horod, tho Klrl replied  I woudor what the mount? ,  CENTRAL TELEGRAPH AND RAIL.  ROAD SCHOOL  Thla nohool Is located In Toronto  nml docs much onch year to supply  tho actlvo domnnd for '.'olograph operators wftntod by our Canadian rail*  waya, A RticccsHfuI record of flftnou  yenm and hundrcdH o( oindalR, and  operators In active railway Borvlco 'to.  tiny ls the hoflt iruarantoo of tho ro-  liability of thla well known sohool;  Tho book "Guided hy tho Koy" ox-  plains tho work fully, Wrlto for It,  AddrosB W, II. tShaw, Proaldont, To������  ronto,  MALE HEL."' WANTED  * - -     *T*    '  No iMircionl operation Is necessary  In rornovjiiff corns If Uolloivny's Corn  Curo bo tiHCd.  WOULD VOU LTK33 TO.MUAnN tim  lAuCIt iittjkinti hubllivim", i  Unit I u Yiitl  nmhlttnuR rfiprewntatlvo In   ovory   city  UIUI   COW It   I"   llAAiitA   titUCKH,    UHlltiX   Ulltt  tnortKnireB'. npnllnnnt m\mt furnt������li refer-  enooH nml have from $100 to 1500 pomon*  nl cnpltnl. Write or cn.ll. A thol aeorc*  Itobertson, 68 Colbomo stroot, Toronto,  Th*.,.,.*   ..  .L"_M.___J__J_;=!".���������-!!-i":r^^  ^R^'^IPp  1.  I  Tho Londonderry mnBlntrnte recently fined William llrndloy, a grocer, $5  and nent lilm lo prhton for n month  for dlsturbliiff lho public womhlp and  fov other dl.virdevly conduct. The  mnn hnd ontored a Catholic church,  d'.irlnr; ttrrrloo't nnft nlrodo noklly,  followod by two dngg, As he came  near tho altar rails tho sexton tried  io Imh, Him oul.lde, Tho rn.in resUt-  cd, and one of tho dogs licprun (0  bark. Tumlnr. to tho conRroa.ithii  Ilnidk'y slioiiK.fl   that   anyone   who  Chief  rr.:cot|  His Wlfa  V/arden Is Shot nnd  Decapitated 1  At rtochefort, In Purls, n fresh  Borlcs of torrlblo ontrftBos wan perpetrated In tho prison.  Bomo prtaoncrti mutinied, shot tho  chief wnrdor dead with n revolver and  deenpltfttod lilfl wlfo with a r.mor,  They nlso severely wounded nn ofll:  cor, lnfllctlnR mortal Injuries on n  snllor nnd then barricaded themselves  on tho premlaca. Tho local author!-  tle������'nnd n forco of troop������ woro hurriedly summoned to tho aer-nc.  Purfnir fho flfihl nnotlirr wnrdor .nnd  You ctm ml������8" full" plgi ������nJ lmv������ them fine nnd fat for  tlia May market. All you noe.l ii a littlo extra care and  "INTERNATIONAL STOOK FOOD/'  Feed "INTERNATIONAL STOCK POOD" with a. comblna.  \Q(   t'on ������l'ffrountl corn������ onts, and ryo���������nnd thoy will not only keep  J   \    hanlthy, but also fatten up In n way to astonish your neighbors.  Tho average pig doe* not digest moro than half of tho grain fod.  The othor half h wanted.   ��������������� INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD"  tones up tha digastivo apparatus, insures perfoct digestion, nnd thu*  saves tills wasto In grain.   ��������������� INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD"  Is a purely vegetable preparation-a, wonderful tonic���������thnt keeps  hogs well and vigorous, and protects them ngalnst tho  ravages of Pneumonia and Cholera.   78  Nail * uiei firtfit an your "fttll" ftlgt liy fttdittg  "INTERNATIONAL STOCg  FOOD."   Qtt a pall to-ttey from yt-ttr Jtaltr.  INTERHATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO., LIMITED  TORONTO  .Inrod fo fonrli i_|_������ ftot- nvwld havo lo   biokle lilm first.     A polIe<>niflii, who  Ih-o prlu-flcr woro killed, mid au at-  took Iho mnn out wns threatened with | floor nnd n corporal wero dangorotmly  I a poltcr. '.Injured..  A Specialist  Mrs. IIoylc���������My hunband Ib a pessimist,  Mtb, Doyle--! don't know much  about tho different school* of mcdl-  cttteu.  Pantomime Strike Averted  It Is thought that the threatened  Btrlko of chorus girls In tho midst of  tho pantomlmo season has probably  bocn averted by tho concession of a  minimum wage of $10 n woek nt a  number of Loudon and provincial  theniret.  In 12!������2 l?nd plpo began to be used  for carrying water,  The Sugar Trust  A sharp boy walked Into a grocor'a  shop.  Ploaso sir, ho nald to tho proprietor,  mothor told mo to auk you whother  there la ouch a thing as a stiBar tni������t?  Of courso thoro Js, was tho answer.  Woll, thnn, moihor wnntfl to b'i  trusted for two pounds.  ��������� ���������  mm.  Getting up  I am thinking of getting myself up  regnrdl._a of coat.  Indeed; I prcmiuno that you are go-  fn<r f. mnko j-0nr tailor rich.  Nothing of tin.' kind. I nm going  to buy one of tuoao now flvc-dollat  alarm clock*, 77a  ���������*  ;the"new5?; CUMBEELANI),.ji c*'.  9*  . '    "A'. 'I ���������       '*>''  A Good  ������ i t������t i a ti i.iC  A Woman's' Perception Was  Required fo Defeat It  Q.*-*-  By EDWARD C LpNG  f "There nre a number of problems bo-'  foro tho counterfeiter,'! said my frieud  Boberts.-tho detective.''.".but tbo most'.  Important of ull.Is distributing tho bills  after they aroAmade. There's more  roonrfdr ingenuity In this part of the  work than nny other, nad moro counterfeiters' nfb tracked from thf. clew  thnn any other. All sorts of devices  ���������rq, resorted to to;get tho stuff In circulation. Persons' are, roped In by be-  Ing'offered anjonormous price for something they!' own, _ and when" they-get.  their pay find?that*the money .they  havo received ^counterfeit. . In suchJ  eases tbo transaction ls usually .large,  - f nd when' lt Is completed tbo rascals,  disappear without leaving any trace.-  Of methods whereby tbo'bills nre put,,  into circulation in a small way.and continuously a caso tbat'fell  Into -my;  ���������hands a fow years ago Is about'the  best example I ever met with.,  "I was sent to a banker wbo had  reported some five dollar bill counter-  felts on his bank's circulation. ��������� Every  - now' and again a lot of these bills  would nppear.'ibe absorbed "and after'  ���������whllo -another lot,, would' find their  1 ^wny into the -'hands- principally of  ty shopkeepers.- The,only.clew that any*  .body had'.wnsathls:   An old man one  tay went. Into a drug store'ahd, after  \7A  ao.  tg carefully ovct some toothbrush-  fight one, paid for It witli a five  ��������� f bill hnd received $4.70, In change.'  io .clerk had-received through,a  ���������  ,    omcr, who, was beyond suspicion,  ���������'���������'-"���������'pf theso Bamo bills before which  .'   /boon pronounced n counterfeit nnd  '���������,/' suspicious of this one.   Rut, In-  .*':$&��������� of refusing It ho ..avo tbo man.  it change and scut n boy nftcr him to  oo whero he went.  While tho boy was  .;ono tho.clerk took tho bill be had re-.  solved to, the bonk, where It was pro-,  nouncod spurious.   The boy "saw the,  eld man, who had passed It go into a  certain .house, then  returned to the.  drug storo nod reported the fact.   A  Thatch wus sot.upon tho house, but tho1  party who had'gono In thore was uot  seen to comb out or again enter It  "ThtS Is thb point at which I took  1ho case. It may tie supposed that my  Ilrst move would be to <*nll nt the  houso on Homo pretext nnd find out  wbo lived thore. ��������� Any such net might  stand ngnlimt me In tho fiiturb. In-  stead, 1 rented ft room opposite, the  suspected premises, where from a win-  flow I could keep It under constant  surveillance, and spent many nn hour,  watching It. ' Sovornl times I ml up  till daylight <n tho morning hoping I  might see some suspicious clrcnm-  stiinco, An, eldorly* woman lived' In  tho house, who, I learned, was a  widow wllh two or threo little cbll*  ��������� drcn.' Sho did not appear to have nny  lodgers, tbotioh there was n card In i  . window, "Room to Rent", 1 saw one  or two persons who woro passing look  nt tho card, ring tho boll, entor, nnd  como out, but during my wittcb tho  room was not hired.  "Ono day I roeolvtvl notice tlint n  counterfeit bill .bad boon passed nt a  meat store, nnotbor nt n nowsntnnd and  still another at n hardwnro storo. Indeed, the reports of thp passing ot  thoso bills came In from nil over the  cltv. Ono of lhe persona on whom Hi*,  woro passed had submitted to ho vie*  tlml/.ed tn ordor to cnteti (ho perpetrator. Not being suro that tho bill was  counterfeit, fie'hnd pursued tho same  courso ns Hint pursued liy thu drug  clerk. Tbo ponon who hnd.offored the  Ini, \>a������ to vrotiiiui, Sshe .i-ii been iu.*  lowed, nnd (ho houso she ontorod wai  watched. Put sho wns uot scon making nn exit, nor did she over again appear to tho watcher or any one tins  Concernod,  "When- I hnd gathered theso nddh  ttoi.nl fncU I felt sure that 1 hod mot  *llh conditions Hint would bo"'Very  fllflkuH to unravel. And yel tt appear-  W Hint moro thnn one person was etv  jjnged In shoring tho counterfeits, and  the more persons possessing a secret  the more difficult It la to keep It. ,  "One day (he president of the bonk  ) [whose bins were connterfeited recelr-  led an anonymous note'written In a  /feminine hand that 11 ho would send  to Buch-a street and number he might  be afforded a clew.to tho counterfeit;  ''era.' The note was turned over to.me,  and I repAed to It In person.. I waa  received by/a young woman, .who told  me that a.man In a house directly op-  poslte/to the one.in which Eho lived  had excited her'suspicions,/But eho,  could give, no reason for this .except  that ho appeared to have no business. -  "If I were.tb letlt.be known (hat I  was a detective working: up' a case I  would get a multitude of clews every  day, and each'clew��������� would bo-more ridiculous than its.predecessor, - Nevertheless Ih this caso tlio girl secnied to  bo bo positive that thero was something-wrong about,the man opposite  that 1. concludedbto''investigate.   Tho  best "way to do this' was ...to transfer  .my quarters to the houso she lived in  -it was an apartment house~and set  up a watctLJ'One of tho flats was vacant, and I rented a-front room ln It .  "I had observed tho "man opposite  but a'few times" before I could understand  the  girl's  suspicions.. Out" I.  could give" no .more; reason for mine  than she, could-for hers.  , She Jwas  quite attractive, and I made tho wise  a pretext to call upon, her often.'. I  talked to her about it a good deal; btit  did not confine myseff to it exclusively. -Sho was much pleased,to be,'consulted by-t detective,' and Iencour-.  aged her to help ,me.*' .She said jthnl  about onco .iri two weeks tho man opposite sullied forth as though heVivas  Intending .to  accomplish   something/  Sho had noticed "this, because nt other  times,'when he went but he did so listlessly and a's'though time hung heavily  on his handsr -I-asked ,her. toilet nio'  know tho next time sho saw iilm'go  out"In an, energetic'mood and,try to  notify me ln time to enable me' to foi-.  low him.A ; '   '[.'���������   /.'   \ ���������*  "Not lobg'after' tbisshe,knocked at  njy;door and told me oitr. quarry"had  Just gone out, appearing'to have a pur-,  poso.    I ,ran downstairs and caught  sight of him turning r<a corner. ,. Uo  soon entered a stationery Btore,. where  he bought some articles.   1 did not.follow' him Into the store, for '. knew  that if he was'a .criminal he/would be'  suspicious pf every ono he-met.>  My  purpose was to note tho stores ho went  Into and Ifhe passed counterfeit money.'. If he.did.his game was up., for I.  could arrest him where he lodged.  ��������� "He'visited' various stores, buying  something ln,'each,,lhen, Instead of go-.  Ing to, his lodging, entered'a  h.use1  where several families were quartered.  I concluded to^wait for him to come.  out/'but.ho1 never did comb "out���������that  Js'I-soifarj.3^1Tcdnld-fiee.^yhi!c:twasr  waiting''r him several  persons' en-,"  tered and came "out, bf tlie house.", but'  not my man. .After waiting for some  time. I telephoned, for n person to relievo me and visited tho stores at which,  the man had mado purchases.   Iii every store be had passed a'counterfeit  bill/' ,    _       "     ��������� -'      :,   ;;"  ���������-.'        ..'.*���������  - VI resumed'my watch'on his lodgings;, but, although lTtfn.lnued it for"  ,'n week; I never saw tho fellow again.  / "By"-this timo tho young lady who  had given, me tho clew liad become  much interested In tbo caso; Moreover,  she sympathized!,wlth mo iii my defeat  and was anxious to do something to  ';help mo. I couldn't afford to spend any  more' timo 'wntchlug the,house where  tlio counterfeiter Jived. , I learned that  bo had' simply lodged there, nnd th'p  occupants know nothing about, him.  Tbo young woman ''vol uu tec red that If  Bho Bnw him thoro again Bho would attempt to shadow blm and If possible  communlcnlo with mo whllo sho .was  doing bo. It wns evident'that he wns  "ono of sovornl persons who wero .Eho v.  Ing tho counterfeit money, but.I had  no clow to IiIh whorcobout9 and was  thoreforo no better off thnn before.  "Tho follow went baek'. Just once to,  tho houso In whicli ho had lodged to  get some clothos lio had left thero, and  tho young woman happened to boo him,,  Sho followed him and caught him on  oho of his rounds getting,rid ot spurious bills. After visiting divers stores  he went to a houso where ho dlsap-.,  penrcd ns boforo. Ills ehndower wait-,  cd from 10 o'clock In thb morning till  4 In tho nftornoou for him to come out,  Thon n womnn omorged, carrying a  pnruHol.und n.rollcnKi. Tho shndowor,  who had for wooks socu tlio man opposite go and come, had ho sooner seen  lho womnn walk than sho recognized  In tho pecullHr gait him whom sho wnB  looking for, ' Hho followed, looking  about hor for .a policeman, but theso  gentleman havo a couvenlent way of  not'npponrlng whou thc\are wanted,  and tho party turned into n building  beforo sho could get n cop.  "Thoro wns a storo opposlto nnd,  luckily, n tolcpbono'ln tho store. Tho  young womnu called tho pollco nnd  explained why sho wnutod thom, Thoy  como ln siifllclnrit numbers to surround  tbo house, Ihon went upstairs to the  top story, whoro (hoy found not only  tho man In woman's clothes, but tho  wliola gang of counterfeiters and tholr  tools," In tlio rollculo wns considerable  gumilue money tie had brought (ur ill-  vldoi) siuonfi Ihi'Ui,  "Ilo had boon tlio only.ono engaged  In passing tho Queer. Afler doing a  bit of this work ho woiiltTenter n houso  nnd come nut nn somo ono cUo. Had  ft'u.i _cca for l_a fc;u'(.!u4 ,..tu!t!<j.'<  of my volunteer assistant nnd hor keen  perception 1n rocognlsslng his gnlt ho  might havo continued Ills work, no one  knows how long,  "I wns io pleased .wllh the.young  woman's dotoctlvo Instincts Hint 1 Invited her to go lulo partnership with  me.- Wo worked so successfully together llmt we anally concluded to  make I Ufa arrangement of It.  ������������������In all ������y exporltnco I have nover  mot with a bettor scheme for covering trucks after pawing counterfeit  money than thf ont I hive dc*ctlb������&"  CHILDISH COSTUME.,  ' OFMO-BBKIH ANp*E__TH_.  , The'little coat'of'iESple'skin ls match'  "ed bj ������f:babyish bonnet, and both ar������  .rimme'd with bands-bf ermine.;" A big.,,  erinlho muff completes the furry daln-'  tlness of this small.girUi '      \,     '   '  s [Buttoned boots are worn by ail chll-,  dren in the''street,' and tbe pictured"  boots, are of white, buckskin with ribbed stockings of heavy.whlt'b silkT,* r :.'  Hinte Worth Remembering.','v*.'  An-excellent-way-to prevent clothesr;  from freezing to tlie.. clothesline is. to  dlp.a'cioth In stro_gr6nlt water and  wipo.thellnpVi-ith IL    v -,   ,,   ,   ', v  To ;"restor'e;.' a' waterproof -coat. dls:  solve a handful of best gray lime in-'  half a "pailful of water anil with this  solution wipe tbe coat nt the hardened  parts.  .This .should. be done at intervals of jabout four hoursA After thl3  treatment a;hardened-waterproof laid,  by as useless for years should be equal  to new.- ..",-' "���������"   "    '"- ���������-.   .    '���������'.  .      THE DIFFERENCE.  a   * .     | __ ��������� ������  What He Said  Before  Marriage.and  n     '     Afterward. ' ".' ��������� ��������� y  He had called her thb light of his"'  life.. A few. months,ago he/had sworn  that he couldn'tjlve "without her; that  ho heeded her' to rule over his home  and guide hisdestlnles,      ������ , ������.  '"���������  "Darling," ho' said enthusiastically,'  "I,will go to the ends,of the e<irth for  you; What-yon say."thnt;wiiri do;  wbat you do, that,will .1 pnilse. Hand  In hand Ave shall' wnnder down tho  lanesrof tluio 'smiling and happy."  , Aud lho other night, in tho presence  of witnesses, he said;"  "Well, for goodness sake, aren't you.  ever going to learn anything? Aro'yoii  going to bo a dub all your life? How  mnny limes have 1 told.you not to do a  thing like that?, Uso; your brains;  think of whnt you're doing. You know  better than that," and ifyou don't you  ough't(('to. If-n nine-year-old child acted that way I'd spank him. You ni'nke  mo tired, good and tired, you .do!"  \-And all because sho had trumped his  ace and Ihey'needed an extra,trick.'  ��������� - .-���������" ��������� ��������� ���������,,: _j: u.'  ���������"*"_,     ., ' ��������� Dangerous Talk.  "Mother; 1. wish you wouldn't mention dishwashing when George is call-  lug on uie." X   7,    ���������. -'-'-'  . "Why not, indeed?"   '  "1 doii't like it.' It sounds common."  "Common, eh? We have to eat, don't'  we?" .,  ��������� *- ���������    a   ������  . "Of cotirsel" . -  A'And George knowB we eat and uso  dishes?' -     a-       ���������.''���������'..  - "That's.very true." ,..'���������..  "And George also knows that dishes  have-to bo washed, therefore some-"  body'has to wash them'."    >:        . y '  "Bnt.'mother"-   '.        .,'..'.  "What now??   .    ;���������'  '"If y6u keep on talking about' It  George may.- discover that-- you * make  father wipe "them, and'ho may think  .the same thing is coming to him if he  Bhdnld propose to me.'.'���������Fun Maga-  tlue.    '   A '" .. *   - ���������  BRIBERY.  I he!$, her dainty haiyl."  She drew lt not awny. ���������<  I waa elated much*- "'     ���������  -, Because she let lt stay.  My arm Vent round her Wftist  She didn't mind a bit.  ������������������ I thought with her I'd mad������  One big, terrific hit  I li!?sed,hcr'on the lips.  ��������� -     She looked nt tfia and sighed.  I thousht I hnd her won/'  f    Hut how her actions Ited!  For when 1 "said "Good by!"-  Bho -lipped Into my hand   .  Her card-  *   FQU COUNTY CLERK  PLEA.SH  VOTE-FOR MARY  BLANTX  ,. *    , ���������Judge.  Fiction.  . V,   ���������  1                                               '.     J"  o  joints  ,'-.". f������r>"  'y"  :~J>iojtter&v  , ���������,,  Mrs. Regstaft��������� Did, your husband  ever try his' hand at sustained fiction?  j Mrs. Pcrcollum���������Did be? * For. at  ieast teu years he's been trying-to  nnikome believe he likes my cooking.  ���������Chicago Tribune.  'TTheTiFames of:old~unibrel!a"s"or para-"  sols can bo used very, artistically .for  creepers iri a garden. .Just bpen.theni,  strip off the silk, sharpen the handles  to appoint and thrust them open Into'  tho ground.  '.,'���������'  -   -  '"'-',  .Prepared For Him. _  % "This is tho opportunity of a life-,  ���������time, "madam,".'declared tho smooth  tongued, canvasser as he stood at lheL  door.       -   A'..   A   '     ,-    , '., ���������  j'Soems'fo me I've heard that before,", tlibught lho housewife.  "Opportunity knocks at every one's  door,  but ,only ooce," continued the  'caller'.'-"    ���������'".'.'-..    ��������� ,, -'   ';'"  '"That's where you're mistaken, young  feller,"  snapped,tho woman  as she  reached behinddie'r.' "Opportunity has  knocked'at my'door eight _ times, this  , week so far." Jest In case., lie shohld.  -knock-again���������I-haTe^beeu^saviri'^tbis;  kettle o' hot suds"- ' ;.,,   ���������     "  But Opportunity departed hurriedly.  ���������London Opiuion. '....', ���������  <    Home of, Breakfast Foods.   >���������  '.Professor  Zephanlah . Hopper,  hale  aud vigorous at eight-eight, said nt the  Philadcdpbhi  high school, .where he  has taught fifty years: t    - .  "My advice to the young is that they  sow no wild oats. Wild oats In youth  menu an- old' ago sad and decrepit'  And yet, the wny some'people talk  you'd think that" wild oats were, ns,essential'a.part of youth as domesticated  pats are'nn essential part of Scotland.  ."A;friend of mine, iu'Scotland said to  a'boy:    .'__'. ' '   -,   ,��������� a   ,  " '.What do you' have- for breakfast  hereabouts?'/     -. ,��������� ��������� ��������� .���������������������������  _���������*.'���������''  " 'Porridge,' was the answer.  *_'And for dinner?'        .   '���������-,"..-:  "'Porridge.'       y  :     ,:     -      ,   ,"   ,  " 'And for supper?       -. -'  '"Porridge.' ',"'",  __i_L!G.o&_ne_&___sMd___^^  ridge .every day for every me.il!   Do  you never have anything else?'  V 'What' else would you have?' said  '.he boy."���������Detroit'Free Press..  ���������Modish, Yet Very Simple. "-  The cutaway coat' Is really not a  style "suitable for,the very young'glrl,  but tho'nutty Utile costume,pictured.  Is nn exception to thla'sartorial rule.  English worsted1 In brown and green  mixture Is the fabric used, and the'  ,v , Out at tho Piste.' ��������� _,' ,.���������'"-'  __' young, "'bookkeeper, 'on a''visit to  New York, thought'to Impress his Now  York friends by-putting up aVn'fashionable hotel.' Of course ho couldn't  afford It,- and' he had to economize In  various ways tn'.iuuke cuds meet.  Flo happened r6u''one occasion to be  taking his. evening meal-ou a bench  in the park 'whou a youug man and  his.slsLor. frleiids of his, passed In an  automobile. A ' .-  ' The youth bent his head over his.  sandwich/but the Now Yorker saw  him and shouted:  . "Hello. George! ��������� Dining out again, you  gny'dog,?"-St. Paul Dispatch. -  Suspicious.   ''  "John, do you lovo me?"  "Yes." ',   .'      -, .  "Do you.ndoro mo?"  "I s_poso." -;!  ."Will you always love mc?"  '"Yes-look here, ilenr, what have you  been and gono and ordered sentbome  uow?"~-San Francisco Rxamlncr.  ~A False Alarm.  -Over the telephone a worried' voice  addressed  tho  proprietor of .a  small  hardware store In a  west' Kentucky  town.  ' "Say." the speaker began, "I como In  yonr 'place.' today and bought one of  thorn dollar alarm clocks, and you "set  her for me to go off nt B. o'clock in iho  morn In'.- D'ye remember?"  '- "Yes," said lho hardware.man. "1  remember."      . "  < '       .   .;  ' "Well," went on the .other. "l'vo Jest  found out Ihat I don't havo to iflt'tip G  o'clock In lhe mornin';" .  "Glad lo hear It," said the hardware  man. ','Hut what do you want me to do  about it'."'-'  ���������T want you," said the customer, "to  toll mo how' to uiuilarm this clock."���������  Satui'dny.Kvenlng Post.  ,.     Timely Hints on Care of Baby.  '���������,.,  What'mother doe3 not'long to give  her' baby all tho advantages possible .  for normal development?    Yet ther������'  nro many, having had no spcelaHraln- '  ing for motherhood, who neglect moth-  ^  ods best ndnplod for a child's welfare.  Tako the question of puro air for  babies.   Many a mother thoughtlessly,  allows her baby,, to stay in a heated  room iu which thero are several- oc- ,  cnpauls. ��������� Willi,so ninuy people breathing (his samo atmosphere'it soon hae  Its oxygen'exhausted, and It Is not an  uncommon thing to see the baby yawn  and become fretful.   Those who un-.  \lerstand this' cause either-immediate-/  Jy change tho air in tho same -room.  or tako tho little ono yito anothe. room  that has boen specially aired, that he  may regain" his composure.   For this  sameroasouit is imperative for grownups to avoid keeplhgthe baby in.rbome ���������  where household duties aro being performed, as the odors from cooklngi tho  dust  from  sweeping and  tho steam3  from washing nil rob the air of, tlio  freshness so lieheQclaMo tho health  of an-Infant.   Busy mothers especially ,  should, see iho ndvantag. of training  a baby to stay in one place, and that  place should ho mado clfan and well  ventilated.    .Frequent   trips ;* to- this  room can ho made between tasks,' to,  change positions nnd to look after his '  comfort. h- y    '���������   h  . Even in cold weather indoor airing. ���������  of fifteen minute periods should be  given to babies. They should be com-,  menced when the little ono is a month  old, a'nd an excellent way'to keep him'  warm is to put him into hls^ coat,  leggings and bonnet nnd,thenUuck  him into his crib,or enrriago beneath,  some-warm, light weight covering and  place him face forward/toward th? ,  widely opened .windows. "Care should  be taken'"to", see that ,alf doors Iri 'this  room/ are kept .'.closed \to - prevent  drafts';*:."/...'       -.'���������'���������_;, '  ....  " A-  It is, not un!versaily\recognized'"that  Ihe constant supply of pure air for the ���������  liny Inrigs. of the,baby is folly as,lm-,a  porlant'as'hlsfood.'  Fresh/pure'nIrk >���������  required to renew ahd purify his blood,  and-the beneficial effects produced by.  ltTrTgooti temper, red/cheeks, and ia  improvedapp'etlte. -    -. /  Just when It. Is safe to beglntaklng' t  a" baby out of doors iri winter' Is a��������� '  question  often nsked\by  the yourif '  mother. -It is, wiser to<wait'until .he  Is", three months .old. and' then "only on  pleasant "days.' He should be"tucked  snugly -into his carriage and kept*la *  .the sunshine, 'out' of .'the wind^-.wlth'  lho precaution always"of Bhadlng* his  eyes from the sunlight.   Days, when  It Is-very, cold or when tho winds-aro  heavy should bo avoided, nnd a-nap  In un open n5r bleeping room substituted.   When babies nre out of door*  thoy should bo constantly watched to .  seo that llfey aro not Buffering'from  cold, ns It Is Important thnt a baby's  bodily bent should bo maintained.'' It,  is well for mothers to remember that'1  many of the diseases of Infant life aro  directly, nltrlbtitablo to overheated "aud  vJtlalcd air, so that riding In electric  or lileatn cars In winter or tho carry*  Ing of children Into department stored  is done wllh attendant risks.  Wl������9 Man,  Mrs, Exclto-Oh, doctor, husband Is'  in nn awful wny.. Just as ho goes, to  sign my chocks ho fnlnla away.  ''Doctor-Wild I; nm I to do?    " ���������  Mrs. ��������� ISxcJIo-Get him so that be  won't faint till after ho signs them.���������  San .Francisco Examiner.  Ths,Test,  Hsr Fighting Clothes.  . A���������certnin.ranli'on alluded ton certain  gown of hers as her "quarrel dross."  "1 always wear It," flhe explains,  "when'I have had a qunrrol with my  husband," *  "Hilt why do you call lt.a quarrel  dress'/,"  "Because It Is tbo only gown I have  that doesn't button In the back. Con-  sequoutly I don't havo to call on lho  old grouch to holp me."-Lotil8Vlllo  Courier-Journal.    ���������  OTKMBn nmr with con way coiT. '  cutaway effect lo very chic on n slender young girl who carries horsolf  grncofully,   . '     ���������  Tho Hklrt Is, of course, nhort enough  ���������n Rhnw tho unity hrmnnril walking  boots of black patent leather with dull  kid uppers. <  L  The Grits Da  No, you don't danco It.  Kellhor do you throw It    '   '  Rather It la denized to cat.  Tho shell ls made of alumlutun..,.  Tho round perforations admit the  utenm.  Ono cop of grits or rice Is held In It  The grits hall opens on ������ hinge Just  nsdooAAteahall.  - it Is handler and looks nicer thsa an  ordinsry bsr.  Ths Silent Partner,  Cnstomer���������nenvcnsl   What Is thnt  terrible ruclu't going on In the buck  pnrt of tho store?  FloonvallcorrYou   moan   tho   loud  talking,?    That's  tho���������8lloiJt  pnrlner.  Something   went, wrong' early   tjils  morning, nnd ho's flrlng ouo of tho now  clork������,~Xcw York Sun.  iMflll^  CInrenco Fenlhorlop-Professor, can  you mid my mind?   ���������  Profossor Guzor (the mind rendert-  I'll mnko tho effort Have you got lt  with you?  Ths psiilmlit.  <  Wglco-nilklns la tho worst pobsI.  mist on earth.' i.  Uttlotnn-Tlilnk so?  niglee-K'now It. If his friends put  Mm In tho presidential chair ho'o llnd  fault wltb' the upholstering.-Xlosloo  Record.  ��������� ���������.   ,     ������������������������  Hyfllsns.  Ths Condcmncd~Has t_������ knife o!  this gxilllotlne been carefully disinfect*  ���������4? I'tlon't know irbow U Ust isrve4  t-Vtl* Mtl*.  ��������� '" ���������    An Explorer,  Wllllo's Rig rllBlor-WIIIIe, whnt do  you menu by climbing upon Mr. Hop-  lelgh'fl chnlr?  Como down at onco.  Wlllio-I'm looking for his soft upot  Vou onld ho had ouo. - National  Monthly.  Able Work.  FllkliiB-Tlought you liilendcd IobcII  your suburban homo?  Wllklns-I did uniII I rend tho slltir-,  tllA    tt'lV.J    Hi}    udlt!l'\A*lilt,   ���������l.til    MttMl,  thon I deMflrd to k(-rp H myiiflf.-  Judge.  Busy Bey.  "Yon get yonr start In politics hy  Imrnlng mh'nlcht oil?" "Ym." replied  Senator Sorghum; "I was one of the  buniest"boys you ovor snw lu a torchlight proceflBlon."-\Tnshlngton Star.  ^^���������fc��������������������������������� num _������,_ ���������   !���������������������������������  Imaginative.  1 'Scribbler must huvo unusual powers  nf fmaslaatlon."  "Yes; otherwise he would not reuard  mo-it ot Ids trrltlni.s us poetry."- Iluf-  fnlo Kifuea*.  ��������� i      Tee Dsrk,  ������klpp*r-Dld you see thnt light?  TvAokcut-No: It's so dart 1 can't ������**  i fMng.-Rmsn. rsmpn-wn,  Six Don'ts For Mothers.  Haven't you seen mothers, not only  the young, inexperienced mothers, but  women of mature years who.aro old  enough to know better, constnutly doing things to their children that,make  you want to shake them and If pos-  nl'blo bring them to a fionso of realization of tho error of their,ways?  Mothers will persist In allowing  themselves lo grow old In feeling. Of  courso they cannot stay tho pnssnge  of yenrs, but Ihey can keepyoung In  thought by making themaelvcH a companion (o ihoir children, Joining In  their piny ������s well as tho moro serious  phascH of their lives.  Mothers must take enre not lo, let  themselves rust mentally. Tho growing girl nnd boy who can hnvo mothor  help thom out of,ft tight placo In Ihoir  Iosboiis or can ������o to hor for a clwir tin- .  swer to a perplexing quosllon rarely ���������  get thnt dlsagreonblo know It all air  bo common to young Amoiicn.  .    ,  Novor try to forco yonr cUlldreu'd  confidence. If you havo tried to be  tho chum of your child from lho slnrt  lho (.'onfidenro wlll bo given uimollelt-  ed, Confidences that are nsked or demanded are'always glvon grudgingly  and wllh a sense of resentment whou  thoy aro not rcfuseilr altogether. Chlldron novcr confldo willingly In nn unsympathetic mother. Tho moment, ������  child renllzoR he wlll bo criticised or  scolded for the littlo mistakes ho makes  Uo wiil lildo tnerytailug pim-ibia dom  tho mulhcr, but If ho U suro of her  ready sympathy the confidence will be  given tinn.kod,  Avoid allowing n child to tea I hnt  VpV>u  ������W V..������.i_>_>aJ<������>Va.l  ttt  mail.      i,aU>\> ���������*-  no surer road to self con^plousncss nnd  the don't enre nltltudo than if (ho boy  and girl feol (hat mother thinks thom  ��������� fsllure.  On the olher hnnd, don't think your  children nre prodigies. Children u������i-  nlly know they aro not tho human  wonders their fond mothers believe  them to be, ami when ihpy nre constantly exploited tbey nro bound to bs  conscious of rmb.'irrassment am] helug  under u strain show up lo bod advantage. And If the child agrees with the  uisternsl opinion ho becomes a bort,  and dla_-iiUngly conceited. Kj^^>7taTJi.JJi.\'&a>.,rt.^..."?v.i^^^^^ ���������^ia.,.-^..i.Ju=t1Jatc^^t&i'i^a^t������tS.Si^.'iag^  stS^Jr-it  :l;'a-,..<aitaiiafMS^aa!^?.g.^^  sssaiaKsisss!^^  THE NEWS; CUMBERLAND, IJ.'.'a  V.  ,5!  '���������  1  .C.    ������������������  '*  ������������������  /  SCOTT'S EMULSION improves the quality of breast milk  ���������it supplies the material for bone  and muscle���������if scanty or thin,  it makes it rich and abundant. -  j For bottle babies a few drops  l,of emulsion wiih every feeding  produces marvelous effects���������  makes new, firm flesh and ruddy  health.  SCOTT'S EMULSION is the  cream of tlie purest cod liver oil  delicately emulsified into tiny  particles resembling maternal  milk and each particle is coated  with glycerine���������no alcohol or  stimulant���������a wholesome, nourishing, strength-making food. K. /���������  Mothers everywhere are enthusiastic about Scott's Emulsion.  ' J Insist on getting SCOTT'S.  Scolt ScBowne, Toronto, Ontario 12  ������..  ���������ft.f  '���������?'!.  '.% .  if --.  '���������La  ')���������;,  The Kick Off  With bated breath the "mother rushed across-.the football field to the  ������mergo'ncy hospital.  What tidings, she faltered, of my  son?  They looked upon her with compassion.  Well, you see explained lhe captain of the team, he lost his head  whon wo tried the Hying wedge.  Shrieking wildly, she sank to the  floor.  They told mo'it was only a broken  arm.  Thrilling  Rescue of Aeronauts  From  Sinking Balloon in English  Channel  'To bo blown out to"sea and nearly  drowned in a sinking, balloonjn mid.  channel, and then to be rescued just  in time by lighting a match, of which  ho possessed but three���������as a distress  signal���������such is .tho thrilling .expir.,  ience that lias befallen two aeronauts,'  Arthur Turner and Mr. Nolan of the  Royal Aero Club.  The two men met with their perilous, adventure while Hying in their  balloon, the Meteor, from London to  Eastbourne, whence Ihey hoped to fly  across the channel.'      -   "  They set out from Battersea about  noon under favorable conditions intending to come down on the Eastbourne- sands, Tho balloon rose to  a height of 30QO feet,  Travelling swiftly with the wind,  they descended near Buxton", and were  told lhat thsy wero, thirty'miles from  "tho coast.;-Tlio' wind had then dropped and as they wished to proceed  they threw out somo ballast andagaii  roso about 4000~feot.  After travelling for some timo they  heard a sound which they thought was  that of the surf. A dead silence'foi  lowed and ,a iiltle later they saw what  they believed to be the Royal Sovereign lightship, Darkness came on  and with It a (hick fog and rain.  The envelope of the balloon became  soaked and' they began to sink, and  lo their horror, the aeronauts found  they could not make lc rise. For  two, hours, as the balloon sank more  and more, they'Shouted their loudest  without avail,  The balloon continued to sink until  it was only aliout 50 above'the water."  Still tbey continued, but although several steamers passed quite close to  them, they could make nobody hear.  At last, when they had all but resigned themselves tc their fate, they  saw a, light 300 or 400 yards away,  which as.Ihey later discovered, cams  from some fishermen who wove putting' out nets. The fishermen could  not hear them, and the aeronauts, as  a last resource, bethought them of  striking matches.  AND CUTTERS  ..,;  BESTQUALITY AT THE LOWEST PRICE  *'   The harness sets which we illustrate below are all manufactured in our own factory: from the   finest  grade material.  For durability and strength they are unequalled at Eaton prices. /���������   a r j- '    ��������� c J  When you buy harness from us you get tlie advantage of our liberal guarantee of good quality.   If you are dissatisfied  we return your 'money and pay. freight both ways. xY,7- ,  . ,������ a   ,  There are no middlemen's profits or salesmen's commissions ahd expenses to be added to our,prices,  to'our customers'and thus-eliminate these selling costs vvhich'they would otherwise have to pa)^. ,v  '     ' "''       " '     -      '-���������.'".���������     '*'���������'���������-'.:    V        14-k  We sell direct  IMPERIAL FARM HARNESS  i  SPECIAL FARM HARNESS  AU high grade mater-  of ^tnnre-ply  stock 1 1-3  Collars   open   top,   leather  This style of harness ls preferred hy many farmers  lai,  excellently  made.    Triple  stitched  traces,  mad  inches   wide.    Haines   are   concord   bolt   pattern,  or cloth faced.    Open bridles if desired. '; ''������������-.���������     '  37 im s,���������Team.-Set, without collars, $31.50.   With collars $36.50. ... ���������  87 N 9.���������Same Set,  but  with T 3-4 inch traces, 1  3-4 inch pole, strap and  martingales,  and 1  Inch back and hip. strap,  without collars    $33,00.   With  00 ' Shipping weight 100 lbs at first class rate ���������*  sellers  ������&���������     "4__������_ ja  a harness that gives splendid satisfaction on'  i-  One of our  -the farm."  Splendid quality .material throughout'  Traces G 1-2 feet long, threo ply heavy stock 1-1-2 Inches wide.   Martingales  and Breast Straps 1 l-'J inches. ������������������ Heavy concord bolt hamcii: open'top collars,  leather or cloth facings: bridle open lf desired.  .,."'���������  37 N 1."���������Team Set without collars.. $25.75:   Wllh collars $31.75.  37 N 3.���������Same Set but with 1 3-4 inch' traces, breast- straps and martingale.,  without   collars,   $30.75'.    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Columbia Phonograph Company  McKinnon Oulldi'iQ, Toronto, O.H.  Territory Open to Dealers  Glims windows  light lu 1180.  wero first uaed for  - Great Storms cf Modern Times .  The recent"devastalion caused _by a  hurricane to tho island of Jamaica has  powerfully affected the popular Imagination. Fortunately for us, these  catastrophios, are' rare. When they  do occur it ia commonly observed that  they are coiiflned to certain areas, and  that, therefore special peoples . are  more singularly attacked: The superstitious seo In this phenomenon of  nature nothing other than special  Judgments of the-Almighty, while the  practical^mlniled see only the occur-  rrence^of-iixedTiaTvs.  While this ij in mind, therefore, It  may' be Interesting to recall to mind  other notablo storms of a disastrous  nature. Few middle-aged people can  forget tho terrible night in 1879 when  tho Tay Bridge, a huge structuro of  steel wicken. ork near the estuary' of  the Tay at Dundee, Scotland, was  swept by a tremendous gale, blowing  at the rate of 150 miles an hour, and  precipitated In' the water. This, in  itself would liavo been a dreadful blow  to what was then in the light of engineering science, considered to . bo  an Imperishable- monument to the genius of man. But dreadful to relate, a  train journeying from Edinburgh to  Aberdeon, was1 ploughing .Its way  through the storm'in tho very middle  c." tho structuro and along with six  hundred yards out of the two miles of  steel framoivork was hurled into the  Tny, ��������� No one lived lo record tho  dread experience.  An older generation will doubtless  remember tlie terrible.sorlos'bf hurricanes of .883, which swept over Central Europe devastating everything opposed to lt and leaving wreck and  ruin bohlnd, recuHarly enough II. did  not proceed far west. Oboylng the  dictates of bouio ns yet Inscrutable  law, It spent Its force somowlipro In  mid Atlantic, and America and Can-  tula were saved tho'force nf Un gusts.  Old country people resident hi Canada will remember,tho hurricane that  swept ovor England on the 14th October, 1881, ivlicn houses were thrown  down find unroofed, largo troos torn  up by tho roots like playthings, tol..  graph wires nnd polcst blown down,  and In addition to a groat loss of  life, about 150 rtrltlsh wrecks of ship,  ping, In tlio Bnnie yenr, and pnoii-  llarly <Mi(ni|>h In the' ptuno month, followed what, is commonly regarded ns  the groat lim-rleano of history. In Uni-  fong, In China, a typhoon broko oik.,  ragod for dnys mid carried off tn tholr  doom (he aiitnnlng loliu of 1100,00),  Doubt was at first cast ou this total,  bul. u fiubfioqucnt. census revealed 11.  accuracy. Then Iwo yours Inter .i  tornado In Ihe .Southern Stains carried  off 000 people, followed In 1885 by a  cyclone ou the Orlsmi roast, Bengal,  India, In which 5,000 pooplo purinhod,  A storm, wliloh was tittPtidod'with  n tldnl wnvo ncni'ly bin!toil out Well-  Ington, New Zealand, In 1888, nnd to  como nearer, home, Ontario nnd Quebec were th. scenes of ctorms of wln-l  accompanied by thunder, In lho samo  your, whicli cost throo province. y>,.  ooo.ooo. ono could no ou multiply.  Ing intitniicea Innumerable but the recent event In .Tannic];) promplii ono lo  recall the .)vlono Lit ore In 100,'!, when  llie British   government   granted   a  37 N 417.���������Splendid quality Blanket SO Inches long, fully  lined, with webb.attachments same as Illustration. l*ach  $2.75.     _ ' !   ���������  37 N 418.���������;Same Blanket but without attachments.  $2.45'. ' "        .C'        a  Each  Bridle���������-5-S  inch    box    loops  ���������crollcd blinds, overdraw checks.  Lines���������7-S x 1-lnch, black fronts  and  russet  iiand' parts. Breast a  Collar���������Single strap, felt-lined.  Traces���������Slng'.e strap I 1-1 inch,  doubled and   ulitohed , at   both  ' ends. Saddle���������Flexible full padded patent leather skirts, leather lined. Shaft Tugs ��������� 1 Inch,  with'.billet. -    Belly   Band ���������  ��������� Single    strap    1 1-4    inch    ln-  ' side, nnd 1 inch outside. Breech-  Infl���������1 1-2 inch body;  7-S inch'  - side     straps;     5-8     inch.,  hip  strap.    ��������� Trimmings ���������  Nickel  Shipping weight 22 lbs., at.first  class -rate..,  37P105. Harness aa described  above     V  SINGLE STRAP DRIVING HARNESS  ;12._0  FOBgiy���������BUHt-^  '-' .  These cutters are very popular and are very special value at our prices.    They are  upholstered and the general strength and good quality of the stock insures long service.  This la a very popular nent and durable Cutter, mndo of polcctrd _tou���������, woll  JronPd nnd finishfid. 'Jhe seat lias hlffli, ccinfortnbln sprlntf back and aprlii;.  cushion, upholstered In plush, Cm tor hns nickel-mounted dnsh and arm-rnils.  channel shoes, shift Ins shafts, Body black, nicely om/mionte.; pcni* red or  fsroen, nicely Pli-lpod, Shipping wolght 270 lbs, Ilc.1 gear booh with rod trim.  mini?. When ordering mate whether rod or irrcen trimming: Ih desired and ulvo  your cholco of green or rod plush upholstering,  A very apoclnl vnluo at our price. It l3 built of jjood mat-rials. strongly put  toother, 1ms fihlftln/. shafts, nlcklo mountings nnd a first-emus-mush. Tho  sent has uolia Bprlng back and spring cushion, upholstered in plush, body  painted black, nicely ornamented, (..ear red or greon, nicely striped. Shipping weight '230 lbs. Hod "trimming gocs with rod jroar. When uruonng plcu'io  stato whether red or g.ecn trimming Is desired,' and whether rod or green i.p.  holHtorlng Is desired,  37N11, Cutter    np above  comploto with fllmfts..,,  37N12, Cutter, with polo, but  no ciliufts   32.50  37.25  37N13. Cutter,   with  polo nnd Hhafts ,.,  both  41.25  37N14.   Rubbnr Ton tor nbovo Outt-'r  weight fid I Us.   Ti'lcu  extra,,$12,00  37N1B.   Cutter,   nt  above,  completo with shau������,  37N16, Cutter, with polo, but  without shnfts ,,.,  27.50  ,32.25  37N17.   Cutter,-with  polo and shafts ,,.  both  36.25  37N18, Rubber Top for abovo Cutter.  weiuM oo lbs,   Price extra.,$12,00  WINNIPEG!  CANADA  Bssmmsau'mmamw  Chapped lUnds  .Von'. lioUier  Yoa  If iniUiiiil of  SNAP, Hi.'  orip;in:.l h^ind  deMier.  SNAP con-  hdnt iinlyts or  ���������fills, but tlyc.rine nml nci'tr-il  oiti which keep the nkln iimooih  ;iinl in >>jik*������'l>il condition.  Try SNAP tor a wee_ mi'l notice  tht- <liila.rcm.e-. u  SNAP  t  .* I (,  . *',     +A*l       (_/       l(-������lll'������l.������|l t<'"'  thfa crmrtltlun nf tho ]\h\hov?.  "-1  \  A Sure Wny  l'vo cllrcoverpil a wny lo keep a  fountnlu ]kmi from leaking.  Tlmt so?    Let mo In plea&o.  I-'oruot to put Ink in it,  ' I wiib curoil of iinlnful Goitre by  MlNAUIVa  L1NMM13NT.  1UYAIIU MoMUI.MN*.  Clialliami Out. .    ,  I wns cured; of   Influninrntlon   by  MINAIIIJ'S MNIMKNT.  ' MRS.  W. A.  JOIIN'SOX.  Wiilah, Ont.  1 wiih cured of Facial NotiralRla bj-  MIXAIUVS  LINIMKNT.  J. II. IUILIOY.  ^an>.\,la^    Oait  I will, wlm pxchilni.Ml--1 wlll not. llvo  with you nnotl.fr dny!  You'll leave ������r.\ will you? bo. calmly imlcfil.  V"   ' "10  Wlirii?  Sow -this milium.  I wouhln'r If I wore yon.  Hut 1 will, and I defy yon to ntop  tno'.  Oil. I Miirn't try lo ������lop you, Iip  r|iil������lly roiOlPd. I will Blmply repor!  t" thp poiiffi tlinc my wife* lia.s inyg-  torloiisly (llH'ippf'iiri'd.     Thoy'll want  j   V.l.il     dl nl lili'.'tttM.    Mil,I    I     ii[\\    fl'Wit    ||.  j You U'i'ar No,  H hlioci; you have un  i p\I  j tip  \ A'.n'r, voire V.bo a  I     Wi.-NU, you wouldn't daio do I  .-!i> r.c roanicf!.  r  . i'[  f      ������   ......  |    Ihry phr.^l  at  rarb othpr for ft  j tium.ont  In    .'.!. i.n-a.   Then    \i   w.ii  ( plain t������ %?e who was the victor.  Your pnrH havo novor boon pierced'.'  I askot], on coiivoi'HO bont,  Xo; t-'.nipiy bnrPd, ihe nlrl replied  I wonder wlmt pirn mpanl?  ay*,,   ......i.If..,*!    nnnrttlrm   t-j   pponccTr-.'  Iii runiovliiR I'oriis if Holloway's (Join  Curo be hjipjI.  CENTRAL TELEGRAPH AND RAIL-  ROAD SCHOOL  Thla nchool 1st located In Toronto  Bitd does much each yenr to surlily  Iho active demand for TeloRraph operators wanted by our (.laniullan rallwnyH. A HiicccBHful record of llftnon  yearn anil hundreds ot olllclalfl. and  operators In active ralhvny Borvlc'e to*  day In the boat gnarantco of tho ro-  llahlllty of this well known school.  Tho boolc "Guided by tlio Key" explains tho work fully. Wrlto for lt.  Addrosu W. II.,Shaw, President, To������  ron to,  MALE HEL? WANTED  t\T OTtr.D YDTT T.TTC10 TO T.tlAUN TlfU  *' rtooH broldui; nubitivett 1 want n live  rmtilttrmH vi'-ni'fH.'ntnttvrt tn rvM'v oUV  and town to haiullo ntockM, bonds and  uwilRUHctf, ojijillennt mui������l finnlnh refer*  cnorH nml liavo froni $100 to lf>00 jioiBon*  nl cardtnl. W'tHo or ea',1, Alliol Oton;t  rtobcrtnnn,  BS Colborno jitroot, Toronto.  Hullh'1   ^N   VrtloO^  You run mine "f.ill" ptm nn<. hnve them fine nml fat for  May  I  market, au you hm.I u a Utile extra care anil  "INTERNATIONAL. STOOK FOOD."  Feed "INTERNATIONAL STOCK I'OOD" withneombltw.  f������i(   *'on of ground corn, oats and ryo���������antl thoy will not only leeep  ~\l    healtliy, but nlso fatten up in a, way to astonInh yonr neighbors.  ���������Tho nvernijo pig doet not digest moro than half of tlio grain fed.  Tho othor half Is wabted.   " INTERNATIONAL .STOCK FOOD "  tones up tlio digestive apparatus, Insures perfect digestion, and thus  saves this waste in grain.   " INTERNATIONAL .STOCK FOOD"  is a purely vpgetablo preparation���������n wonderful tonlc~tb.it htcps  hogs woll and vigorous, and protects them ngalnst lho  ' V     ravages of Pneumonia and Cholera.   78  ^���������*  H*\$ * nit* frtfit ������n ytur "fall" flu h fftdltg  "INTERNATIONAL STOCK  FOOD,"   Get o poll to-Jay from your dteltr,  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD CO., LIMITED  TORONTO  Chief  At  Wnrden is Shot and HU Wlfo  Decapitated  rtochefort,   In   Paris,   a fresh  Bcrk-s of terrible outrages wns perpetrated In tho prison.  Komo priwiners mutinied, idiot tho  thief warder dead with a revolver and  U'.-ar tVu.  H i.iiocs;  a lnnria mnutb:   yonr rioc.f turn  at  th? einl;  eyo't rftthor on th  Tho {.ondnndorry maglBlrale reeont-  Jy fined William Hf.idloy, n groeor, $5  and tout liim to prison for a month  for dlHtiirhlng the public worulilp nml  for other ilmnnleily   fondiu-t.     Tin-  mnn had entered a Catholic clitirrl),  dui'iui' Kt'iTli'a.-,.-; -iiul  'hvafta    v.A.MyA Aiyinftlhvft bin v.If. with a razor.  followed by two di'SH.      A������ lu'* ���������.'.line  tieur tho altar rall-i lli.������ a.xton tried  lo lead blm onl.slde.  j od, aud one nt tlio  hat!   1msk.     Tuniluj; to  Ilr.uiley sttoutfd   (hat   anyone   wlio^riedly Mimmoned to lho scene,  iWi:.. Ui luiu,��������� l.:_ dJ-; v.'wiilil Li.'.o to!    Dat'Itis tin fXuhl ixivAAicv v.arJcr and  t.'iekle blm first.     A policeman, who  two prisoner wer<* killed, nud an of.  look the. mau out waa threatened with; fleer and a corporal were dangerously  j ��������� poker. l Injured.  'J'iiey nlHo sovcrely woumlod an officer. Inflicting  mortal  Injuries on a  Tbe jii-'iu i^Ut'J sailor and then barricaded tbt-msf-lves  rb)i.s   iK'Rin   to on the premise,".   Tho local autliorl-  tho coiipn-gailnii' lies nnd a force of troops were bur-  A Speolallot  Mrs, Iloylc���������My husband is a pobsI*  mint,  Mrs. Doyle���������i don't linow much  about tho different schools of modi-  idncA.  Panlomlmc Strike Averted  U is tliought that tlie threatened  st liko of chorus girls in the midst of  tho pantomime .enson has probably  boen averted by thf concession of a  minimum wafte til $10 a week at a  number of London and provincial  Uici.'.rc_.  ..mmmm. _________ j    Nothing af tho kind.   I am going  In 12.2 Ind pipe began to bo ixteA   to buy ouo of Ihoao new Ilvc-vlollat  for carrying water. i alarm clock*.  The 8urjar Trust  A Bliarp boy walked Into a grocer-  chop.  PleftBO air, ho ������ald to tho proprietor,  mothor told mo lo auk you whether   _,  tliero in hucli u thing n* a Hiicnr trufltf  Of course there In, was tho answer.  Wdl, then, mother   u..iuu   to   b*  U'UdtC'J for Avo pound.,  ���������������������������a.,a���������a���������   ' 1,1 I _���������  (letting up  I am tUliirthig of getting myself up  rcKnrdluii'. of cost.  Indecd;.I pre/iumo tbat you nro go-  lui; bi luivkc yoiiv UiUii' AOa. ,THE--NEWS, CtMBE-jlLANB. 35. d
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iiiniiiimiiiiii 1'i.tC
A Good
Scheme
A Woman's Perception Was
Required to Defeat It .
By EDWARD C LpNG
0-��a*^ u ���*���"���--��"��'.��"t-����l����-��.<������tHi-��-t-��..��-���-���"�� aQ
r "There are a number of problems before tho counterfeiter,", said ray, frieud
Roberts,-the detective, "but tbe most'
Important of all.ls distributing tho bills I tbat I concluded to investigate.
j .whoso bills were counterfeited recely-
I ed sa anonymous note written ln &
!'feminine hand tbat If he would send
to eucba street and number be might
be afforded a clew to :the. counterfeiters. The note was turned over to me,
and I replied to It In person." I ..was
received by a young woman, wbo told
me tbat a man' In a bouse directly opposite Co the one In which she lived
bad excited ber suspicions. -.- But she
couid give no reason for this except
tbat he appeared to have no business.
\"If I were to let,It be known that Ic
was a detective working up a case I
would get a multitude of clews every
day, and each' clew would be more ridiculous than Its "predecessor. .Nevertheless In this case the girl seemed to
���be so positive tbat thero was something wrong about the man opposite
The
after they aro made. There's mora
room for ingenuity in this part of. the
work than any other, and more counterfeiters aro tracked from this clew
than any other. All sorts of devices
are. resorted to to get the stuff In circulation. Persons are roped In by be-,
ing offered an enormous price for something tbey.1 own, and when they get
.their pay find'that .the money they
have received'Is counterfeit' In such
cases the transaction is usually largo;
and when lt ls completed tbo rascals,
disappear without leaving any trace.
Of methods whereby the bills are put,
Into circulation In a small way and con-'
' tlnuously a case that fell Into my,
hands a few years ago is about the
best esnmplo I ever met with.;-'
"1 was sent to a banker who had
reported some Ave dollar bill counter-
feltsou bis bank's circulation. Every
now and again a lot of these bills
would appear, be absorbed and after,
���while .another lot' would find tbelr
way into the "hands principally of
shopkeepers. The only clew that any-
.body had ,wa"s this: ., An old man one
tay went Into a drug store and, after
CHILDISH COSTUME.
tjimplioity, Yet Richness,
In     Thla.    Fur     Coat.
&*
' n  V carefully over some toothbrush-
r Jight ono, paid for It with n live
��� / bill nnd received $4,70, In change,
(io. clerk had .received through a
.; omer, who was beyond suspicion,
/of theso samo bills before which
Abeon pronounced a counterfeit and
j suspicious of this one.   nut In-
. M of refusing it ho gavo tbo man
' fs chango and sent n boy nftcr blm to
jo where bo went.  Whilo tho boy was
>no the clerk tooU tho bill ho hnd re-
Solved to the bank, whero It wns pro-,
nounccd Bpurlous.   Tho boy saw tho
eld mnu who had passed It go Into n
cortnln houso, thon  returned to the
drug storo and reported-tbo fnet.   A
watch was set upon tbo houso, but tho'
' pnrty who bnd gono Iri thoro was uot
coon to como out ornguln outer It.
"TblS'is tlio point at which I took
1ho enso. It mny bo supposed (hat my
Ilrst move would bo to call nt the
houso on some pretext nud llnd out
wbo lived there. Any such act might
stand ngnlnst me In tbo future In-
.toad, I rented ft room opposllo tbo
stmpoclod premises, whoro from a win*
flow I could iccep It under constant
cui'velllnnco, nnd spent mnny nn hour,
watching It. ' Sovcrnl times I wit up
till dnyllglit In tho morning hoping I
might soo somo suspicious elroutn-
Btanco. An elderly wotniin lived In
tlio houso, who, I .learned, wiib u
widow wllh two or throo littlo children. Sho did not npponr to hnvo nny
lodgers, though thore wns n enrd In ���
window, "Room to Ileut." 1 bow ono
or two "personal who woro pnaslng look
nt (ho card, rln�� tho boll, onlor nnd
come out, but during my walcb tho
room wns not hired.
"Ono day I rocolred notice tlmt a
counterfeit bill bud beon pnnsed nt s
ment storo, nnotber nt n nowsulniid snd
still nnolhor nt n hardwnro storo. In��
' deed, tho reports of thp passing ot
' the"* hill" cowo In frnm''nil tivor llm
city, Ono of the person* on whom thtf
woro passed bnd submitted to bo victimized In ordor to cntch Iho perpetrator. Not boing euro tlmt tlio bill was
counterfeit, Ho bnd purmioil (ho snmo
courso as (hat pursued by tho drug
clerk, Tbo person wbo bad offered tht
till wns a woman, Bho bud boon followed, and (ho houso sbo entered wni
watched. Hut nho wns tiot icon milking nn exit, nor did she over again appear to tho watcher or sny one els*
concerned.
"When I bad gathered llics* rnl_l-
llnnnl fncls I felt sure (hnt 1 hart met
wlili conditions (bat would bo very
rtlfllcttjt to unrarel. And yel It appear*
'ed thai moro than ono pcrsf-n was ��iv
Caged In shoring tbo counterfeits, ond
the mors persons jmiuessliig n ioc rot
tha more difficult It ts to keep It. .
"Ono dny the president of tne Isnk
best way to do this wns to .transfer'
my quarters to the' bouse she' lived In
���it was an apartment house���and set
up a watch. One of the flats.was va-'
cant, and I rented a-front room'in It ,
"I-had observed the man opposite'
but a few times before I could understand the girl's suspicions. But I.
could give no more reason for0mlne
than she could for hers.. SheAwas
quite attractive, and I made the'case
a pretext to call upon her often. I
talked to her about it a good deal,' but
did, not confine myself to It exclusively. She was much pleased to be'consulted by a detective, and I encom--
aged her to help ���me. She said that
about once in two weeks the man opposite sallied, forth as though ho was
Intending to accomplish something.
She had noticed this, because at other
times, when he went out he .did so listlessly and as though time hung heavily
on his hands. -1 asked her to le(t me
know the next time she saw him "go
out In an energetic mood and,try to
notify me in time to.enable me to follow him.
"Not long after this she knocked at
my door and told me our, quarry'had
just gone out, appearing to have a pur-,
poso. - I ran downstairs and caught
sight of blm turning a corner. He
soon entered a stationery store, where
he bought some-articles.' I did not follow him Into the store, for 1 knew
that If be was.a criminal he would be"'
suspicious of. every * ono ho met. My.,
purpose was to note tho stores he weot
Into and if he passed counterfeit money, lf he did bis game was up, for I
could arrest him where bo lodged.
"He visited various stores, buying
something in each, then, Instead.of going to his lodging, entered a house
where several families were quartered,
I concluded. to;wa!t.for him to come,,
-outi-but-ho-neverrdid-^come-out���that.
Js, so fnrjs l^conld see. While I was
waiting *r lilm several persons en-;
tered and "came out of .the house, but
not my miin. After walting^for some
time. I telephoned for a person to relievo me and visited tho store's at which
tho man had mado purchases. In every store he bad passed ^-counterfeit
bill.',. -I    '     .' ������
"I resumed my watch on his lodgings;, but, although I Continued it for
n week, 1 never saw tho fellow again.
"By-this'!timo tho young lady'who
hnd given me tho clew liad become
much interested In (bo caso,- Moreover,
she sympathized,with mo ih my defeat
nnd was anxious to do something to
help mo. I couldn't afford to spend any
moro timo watching the houso wbcro
tho counterfeiter lived., 1 learned that
bo hnd simply lodged there, and the
occupants tnew nothing about, 111 in.
Tho young woman -Toluulcered that if
eho snw him thoro again sho would attempt to shadow blm and If possible
comtmmlcnto with mo whllo sho was
doing so. It wns evident that lie was
ouo of several persons who wero shoving tho counterfeit money, but I had
no clow (o his whorenbouts and was
thoreforo no better off thnn before.
"Tho follow went back. Just once to
tho houso In which ho had lodged to
get some clothes lio had left thero, nnd
tho youug woman happened to seo blm.
Sho followed him and caught lilm on
ono of his rounds getting rid of spurious bills, After visiting dlveru stores
ho went to u houso whero ho disappeared as beforo. Ills shallower waited from 10 o'clock In lho morning till
4 In tho afternoon for him to como out.
Thon u woman emerged, carrying a
pnrnHol und a rolletilo. Tbo shallower,
who had for ..weeks eocu (ho mnn op*
posllo go and come, hnd no sooner seen
lho womnn wnlk (hau Hho recognized
tn tho peculiar gait him* whom bIio wob
looking for, Sho followed, looking
about hor for ri policeman, but theso
gentleman havo a convenient wny of
not appearing wheu llie\nro wanted,
nnd tho party turned Into n building
beforo hIio could get a cop.
"Thoro wns a storo opposite nnd,
luckily, n tolepliono'ln tho storo. Tho
young woman called tho pollco snd
explained why sho wanted thom, They
came In ru indent number, to surround
(ho house, (lion went upslnlrs to (ho
(op slory, whoro (hoy found not only
(ho man In woman's dollies, but tho
wholo gang of couittcrfcltorH nnd tholr
tools, lu tuo reilciiie ��ita coiulilciubie
aatudim uiiiiwy l.o bad bronchi for division unions; them.
"Ilo hnd heon tho only ono cngngeil
In passing (ho qucor. After doing n'
bit of thin work ho would enter n house
, , . , ,. , ... I * . ..--.** ���...-, .A..��� tl.. A
t\nal  S.a��.��6 S<*'��  >������*   �����"���">���   a...J  a.....      *|..a��
It not been for tho fumlnlnt Intuition
of my toliintocr nsslstnnt nnd hor koon
perception lu recognizing his gait ho
might hnvo continued his work, no on*
knows how Ions.
"I wns io pleased with the young
woman's dctocllvo Instincts that 1 Invited her (o go Into partnership with
mo. Wo worded so successfully to-
gcthor (lint wo dually concluded to
make a lift arrangement of It
���-In til my erporlcnco I lists never
met wllb s teller nchomt for cover*
In j tracks after psiilng counterfeit
| money then thf ont 1 h��r�� desciilwd.'
THE DIFFERENCE.   ���
*       , ��� I, . -' .
What  He Said   Before   Marriage  *ni
Afterward.
Ho had called her the light of his
life. A few months ago be had sworn
that he' couldn't Jive' without her; that
ho needed her to rule over his home
and guide his destinies.
"Darling.'. , be said enthusiastically,
"I wlll go to tbe,ends of the earth for
yon. What yoii say, tbat will I do;
wbat you do, that will I praise. Hand
in band we shall wander down the
lanes of lime smiling and happy."
, And the"other night, in the presence
of witnesses, he said,*
"Well, for goodness sake, aren't you
ever'going to'learn anything? Are you
going to be a dub all your life? How
many times have I told you not to do a
thing like that?. Uso your brains;
think of what you're doing. You know
better than that, 'and if you don't you
ought to. If a-nine-year-old child act-
,ed that wny I'd spank him. You make
me tired, good and tired, you do!"   ���
'-And.all. because she had trumped his
ace aud they needed an extra trick.
BRIBERY.
I held her dainty baiyl.
i  She drew lt not away.
I waa elated much* ,
Because she let it stay.
My arm vent round her waist.
She didn't mind a bit.
I thought with her I'd mads
One big, terrific hit.
I kissed her on the lips.
She looked at me and sighed ���
I thought I had her won.
But how her actions Hedl
ct��
For when 1 said "Good by!" >
She slipped into my hand
Her card-
FQH COUNTY CLERIC
PLEASE!  VOTE FOR MARY  BLAND.
���Judge.
Fiction.
.0.  MOLESKIN AND EBMIOTS. .
The little coat of "inoleskin is match-,
ed by a babyish bonnet, and both are
trimmed with bands of ermine.' A big
ermine mnff completes the furry daln-'
tlness'of this small girl..,
'Buttoned boots are worn by ail children in the street, and the pictured
tboots, are of white buckskin with ribbed stockings, of heavy white silk.
Hints Worth Remembering.
An' excellent way to prevent clothes
from freezing "to the? clothesline Is.-to
dip a cloth In strong salt water and,
wipe, the lino with It * ���:'���.*.���, - *
. To 'restore' a'waterproof coat, dissolve a. handful of best-gray lime In
half a pailful of water,and with this
solution wipe the coat at thetbardencd
parts. This-should be done'at Intec-
.vals of about four hours. After this
treatment a hardened waterproof laid,
by, as useless for years should be equal
tom"ew; " ^ ~ . " , . "~"""
The frames of old umbrellas or parasols can be used very-, artistically for
creepers Ina garden. Just open them,
strip off the silk, sharpen the handle's
to n point and thrust them opeu Inro
the grouud.   .       '' ��� :
,   Dangerous Talk.
"Mother;' 1 wish you wouldn't mention dishwashing when George is calling on me."
.."'Why uot, indeed?"
"i doii't like it.' It sounds common."
- "Common, oh? We have to eat, don't
WC?"'- a . . '" ".'
"OC course."'
"And George knows we oat and use
dishes?"     .   ,   . '     .     -".
- "That's very true."    ���     ' _,
1 "And George also knows that dishes
have to be washed, therefore somebody'has to wash IheuiV"
"But, mother"��� ���    , '
"What now?" ' '
"If. yon-keep on talking about It
George'may-discover that you make
father wipe them, and' be may think
the same thing is coming to him if he
should propose to me."-Fun Maga-
tine. -    .   .    "
>  ' ' Prepared For Him.  '   -
-; "This Is tho opportunity of "a lifetime. ��� madain," .declared the smooth
'torigued canvasser as he stood'at the
door. ,   , '        -'       '
"Seems to me- I've beard that before,", thought the housewife.
' "Opportunity knocks at every one's
door,  but only once,"  continued the
caller.       . - ��� ������      ���<  .     -
"Thai's where you're mistaken, youug
feller," snapped,, the'woman as she
reached behind lier. ��� "Opportunity has
knocked afmy door eight times this
lwcek-so_far.._.Test_iu_caseJie,shonld_
knock again I have beeu "savin' this
kettle o* hot suds' ���
But Opportunity departed hurriedly.
���rxwdon'Opiuion.      ,-
Mrs. Regst.il_���Did your husband
ever try his hand at sustained fiction?
Mrs. Fcrcollum���Did''hc? For at
least teu years he's'been-trying to
ihake-ine believe he likes my cooking.
���Chicago Tribune.
-Modish. Yet Very Simple. "<'
The��cutnway coat Is really uot a
style suitable for tho very young girl,
but tlio' natty littlo costume pictured
Is an exception to this' sartorial rule.
English worsted'1u brown and green
mixture Is the fabric used, aiid the
- "   Out at the Plate.
-A young 'bookkeeper, on a visit to
New Y6rk; thought to impress his New
York-friends by putting up a. a" fashionable hotel. Of course ho couldn't
nlTord.lt,' nnd-he had to economize in
various wnys to make cuds meet..
He happened ou' ono occasion to be
taking his' evening meal on a bench
In the park when a young man and
liis.slslor. frleiiils ot bis, passed in an
automobile.     , ,
The youth bent his head, over, his
sandwich, but the Now Yorker saw
blm nnd shouted:
"Hello. George! Dining out again, you
gay dog?"-St. Paul Dispatch.  -
Home of Breakfast Foods.
.Professor  Zephaniah ��� Hopper,  hale
and vigorous at eight-eig&t, said at the
Philadcdpbla   high  school,  where  he
has taught fifty years:     '" - -
"My advice to the young is that they
sow no wild oats. "Wild oats in youth
mean an- old age sad and decrepit.'
And yet the way-some people talk
you'd'think that" wild oats were as essential a part-��of youth as domesticated
oats arc :tn essential part of Scotland.
"A friend of mine hi Scotland sald.to
a boy: -""'    *
"'What do you have for breakfast
hereabouts'.'      ' : ��� ��� ���   ,
, " 'Porridge.'" was the answer,
-   ** 'And for dinner':' ' ������. '
" 'Porridge.' .      . '
"'And for supper?
" 'Porridge.'   .  , "     A
~""Goodn'ess;|~Baidm���my~frieinl7-,porj-
ridge every d?iy for every meal!   Do
you never have'anylblng else?'
'"What else would yotr have?' said
Uie boy."���Detroit Free Press.
\, '     Suspicious.   '"
"John, do you lovo ine?"
"Yes." .     '    ,	
"Do you ndore mo?''
,"1 n'poso." -���'
"Will you nlwnys love mo?" -
'"Yes-look here. dear, what hnve you
been nnd gono nud ordered sent home
uow?"-San Francisco Kxaminer.
~A False Alarm.
���Overdue telephone a-worried'voice
addressed "the  proprietor of  a  small
hardware store lu a  west Kentucky
town.
"Say," the speaker began, "I como in
your place today and bought one of
them doiliu* alarm clocks,'and you sot
hor for mc to go off nt 5. o'clock in' lho
niornin'A.D'ye remember?"
"Yes," Mild tbo hardware man. "1
remember."   ' . .    ,,   ,
- "Well," wont on the .other, "I've jest
found out that I don't havo to git up o
o'clock ln the mornln'."
"Glad.-to hear It," said tho hardware'
mnn. "But whal do you want ine to do
about It?"
'T want you," said the customer, "to
.toll mo how'to iiinilarm this clock."���
Saturday,Kvening Post.
Timely Hints on Care of Baby.
What, mother does not long "to give
her baby all the, advantages possiblo   -
for normal  development?    Yet there
are many, having had no special training for motherhood, wbo neglect methods best adapted for a child's welfare.,- ������
,.Take the question of pure nlr "for
babies.   Many a mother thoughtlessly.   ���
allows her baby to stay in a bentod
room in which 'there are several oc-   .
cupanls.   "With so many people"'' breathe
ing this samo. atmosphere it soon bas
its oxygen exhausted, and it Is not an
uncommon thing to see the baby yawn ���
-and become fretful.    Those, who understand 1 lils cause either immediate-'
ly change tho air in lhe same -room.    -
or tako the little one Ipto another room
that has been specially aired, tbat-he
may regaiu bis composure.    Forthle
same reason it is imperative for grownups to avoid keeping the baby in rooms
where'household duties are being per- .
formed, as the odors from cooking, the   -
dust from  sweeping and -the  steam
from washing all rob the air of the   '���
freshness so beneficial to the,'health*
of aiv infant.   Busy mothers especially
should see the advantage ot training:
a'baby to stay in ono place, and that _.
place should be made clean andAvell
ventilated.     Frequent   trips   to- this
room can be made between tasks,' tc
change positions nnd to look after his ���
comfort . "'
. Even ln cold weather Indoor hiring!
of fifteen minute periods should be
given to babies. They should be com-.,
menced when the little one is a month
old, and an excellent way lb keep him
warni ls to put bim into hlsy coat,
leggings and bonnet and then :tuct
him into his crib or carriage beneath '
some-warm, light weight covering and
place him face-forward toward thr ,
widely opened windows. Care should
be taken-to see that all doors in this
room are kept closed to prevent
drafts. .   * a        --..'
It is not universally recognized'tha{
the constant supply of pure air for the "
tiny, Inngs.'of thbbaby.ls'fnlly'aslm-
portnnt as* bis food'.   Fresh, pure air 1_'
required torenew and purify his "blood,
.an_JLbeJ)enej_(dfli_-ftc_i3_n_5_{_]__efl^y_^
It are good temper,.red cheeks and. a_0
improved appetite.���   ., '-.-
' .Just when it Is safe to begin taking;
a baby out of doors iii winter is "a'
question often asked��by the'younff
mothcr.o It is wiser to wait uulll be
Is" three months old and then only on
pleasant "days'. He should bo'tucked
snugly Into his carrlago and' kept In ,*
.the-sunshine, out'of tho w.lnd.^-wlth'
lho precaution always of shading his
eyes from the sunlight. Days when
It Is very cold or when tho winds are
heavy should be avoided, and a-nap'
In an open air sleeping, room substl-'
tilled. When babies are ont of doors
thoy should be .constantly watched to
see that they aro not suffering from
cold, as lt Is Important that a baby's
bodily heat should bo maintained.- If
Is well for mothers to' remember that
many of the diseases of Infant life nre
directly, nttrlbntablo to overheated and
vitiated air. so thnt riding In electric
or Bleam curs In winter or tho carry*
Ing of children into department storei
ls done wllh attendant risks.
Wise Man.
Mrs. Exclto-Oh, doctor, husband Ih '
In nn awful wny.   Just as bo goes to
'sign my checks ho ftilulsnway.
Dot'lor-What am I to do?
Mrs, Kxcllo-Get blm ho that bo
won't faint till after ho signs thom.���
San .Francisco Examiner.
omidaii uun' wuu curiw.v Ciixv,
cutawny offoct la very chic on a Blender young, girl  who carries herself
gracefully,
Tho skirt Is, of course, short enough
(o show tbo iintly buttoned walking
boots of black patent leather with dull
kid uppers.
Hot' Fighting Clothai,
A.cerlolu matron alluded to n certain
gown of.hera as ber "quarrel dress."
, "I  always wear It,"  slie explains,
"when I have had a quarrel with my
husband." ���'
"But M'hy do you call lt.a quarrel
dross?,*'
"Because It Is tbo only gown I have
thnt doesn't button In lhe back. Consequently I don't havo to call on tho
old grouch to help me." ��� I.ouIsvIHo
Courier-Journal,
Tho Silent Partner.
Customer-Henvensl What 1* lhat
terrible racket going on In tho buelc
part of tho store?
Floorwalker-You mean ��� the loud
talking? That's tbo silent partner.
Something wont- wrong early t.iln
morning, and he's firing ono of tho now
clerkH.-Ncw York Sun,
The Gr��i Ball,
No, you don't danco It.
Neither do yon throw It '
Itathcr It U designed to cat.  ���
Tlio shell l��i mndo of aluminium.
Tbo round  perforations admit tbe
slcnm.
Ono enp of (rrlU or rice In held fn It.
The grits ball opens on a hi ngo Just
an does a tea ball.
-It Is handler and looks nicer th*n in
ordinary bur.
llihiiuli.!^
Clarence Kenlhorlop-Profcssor, can
you rt��!id piy wind?
Professor Gazer (lho mind reader)���
I'll mnko (ho effort. Have you got It
wllh you?	
The Ptulmlit.
niRlee-nilUlns Is tbo worst peml-
mist on earth.
Littleton-Thin!, no?
HI,;lM-Know It. Jf bl�� frlfn.1i put
him In lho presidential choir ho'a llnd
fault with the iiphol-tlerlnif.-lloi.ton
Itocorfl.
���<   ���
Hyglern,
Tin Comti-mticd-Hai the knife ot
this gulllottn. been carefully dUlufcet-
td? 1 don't know whom It lut itrred.
-ret* Mela
���         An Explorer.
Wllllo's Big BlBtor-WIlllo, wliat do
you mean by climbing upon Mr. t?ap-
lelgb'fl chair?   Como down at onoo.
Wllle-1'm looking for Ida soft spot.
Vou nald bo bad ono. - National
Monthly.	
Able Work.
inililiiH���Thought you Intended to sell
yonr suburban homo?
1vm,'ln��t-T did milII I read Iho .llur-
Ing Blory my advertising man wrolo;
ibon I decided to keep It myuelf.-
Jiidge.
��� i   I    ���  in.         ���   ���   ���
11
Duty Day.
"yon get yonr nlart In pollllcn by
VJUllllll��   Ulit'lllhiiL  AW"     "Y\'.*,"   KiM'-alai
Scnntor Sorghum; "I wns ono of tbe
busiest boys you ovor naw In a torchlight proceHslon,"-\Tasbliigton Star.
Imaginative,
' 'Scribbler must have unumtnl power*
of tmagluatl'in."
"Ym: otherwise he would not rec.ird
most of his wrltln,.!* n�� poetry,"-!.uf.
falo Krpmn.
Six Don'ts For Mothere.
Haven't you seen mothers, not only
tho young, Inexperienced mothers, bul ,
women of mature years who aro old
enough to know better, constantly do:
Ing things1 to their children that make
you want to shako thom and If possiblo bring them to a sense of realization of tho error of their ways?
Mothers will persist ln allowing
themselves to grow old lu fooling. Of
cour30 they cannot stay tho passage
of years, but they can keep young In
thought by making themselves it companion to I heir children, joining In
their piny as well as the moro serious
phases of their lives. ,.
Molheru must take care not to let
themselves rust mentally. Tho grow-
Ing girl and boy who can have moihor
holp thom out of a tlgbt placo lu Iheir
lessons or can go to hor for a clear tin- .
RWer to a perplexing question rarely
got thnt disagreeable know It all air
so common to young Amorlca,   ,
Never try lo forco your clflldren'h
confidence. It you have tried to be
the chum of yonr child from lho slart
tho confidence will bu given unsolicited. Confidences Unit aro afikod or do-
niandod arc always glvon grudgingly
nnd wllb a Roimo of resentment whon
tlioy nro not refiwif altogether. Children never ronfldo willingly In nn un-
sympathetic mother.   The moment a
r.\iUi\   vnnllvon    l-o   "-(ll    hn   (���rtMM'-Prl    nl"
Ht'obli'il for thn littlo inlnlnkon hoinnkcH
ho wlll bldo everything possiblo from
the mother, but If ho Is suro of her
ready sympathy lho confidence will be
given uniiNked.
Avoid allowing n child''lo ��oo I hot
you nro disappointed In bhn. 'J hero \r
no Hiirer rond to self consciousness anil
(ho don't care attitude than If tho boy
iml girl feet lhat mother thinks thom
t failure.
On tho other hand, don't think your
children nn* prodlglM. Children inn-
ally know thoy nro not (ho human
wniidnr*   their   fond   mothf-ru   bcllfve
'      To* Otrlt,
ftklpp��r~Dld you ice Mint light)
I/K>hout-No: It's ��o dnrk I can't
i th!njr.-*H��nnrd Lampoon,
them lo be, nnd when they nro con-
Nlnntly exploited they nro bound to be
conxt'loim of embarrassment and being
under a strain show up to bod ndvan-
tai;e. And If Ihe child ntrrees with the
umteriml opinion ha becomes a bore
end dlntnsllngly conceited.
���___ __f**t__toj_tj-,.  W-'-i' ���������'  ���������arjaf*" **-*-������������������  ���������-^-wfc^js&Atf^ajffl^Li-iiiajs^v,  iSffisa^^^Sig^^  !s__<_ts_(_i__���������_s|^������^gg  ii  I.  a  I4  V; i  ,v .  ���������':. ;  yY i  'j. I  ii >  '? i  -A f  '$7  ;e..  ���������Ai*  ������������������I i  THE; NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  LilJiOJLiEUJWS  UmiiLiPflPEKs  URGE CUHTRIHS  N  KW STOCK of tlie above in well assorted patterns  and designs at POPULAR PRICES A ..'.'."...  Our stock of Furniture, House-furnishings. Beds, etc., etc"; is always  complete and prices the best.  Try a  Fawceti Range; they   are  .always satisfactory.  McPhee Block, &. MoKIJOTON     Cumberland  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  o _____  Fanny Bay School.  SE.A LED TENDERS, * superscribed  'Tenders for Fanny Bay School,"  ���������will be received by the Honourable ths  Minister of Public Works up to noon of  Fnd iy. the 28th d,iy of February, 1913,  for toe erection and completion of a cne-  ro mi si hool bmld:ng at Fanny Bay& 111  the Comox Electoral District.  Plans, specification'.-, contract, and  forms of'Pender may be seen on iind after the 71I1 day of February,'I9i3, at  the.office of Mr. George Thomson, Gov^  eminent Agent, Nanaimo; Mr. John  Band, Government Agent, Cumberland;  Mr. Ered Larson, Secretary of Sch'o.  liii.trcl, Union Bay; and ihe Depaitmenl  of I'ubliC'-WorWs, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B. C.  Copies   of    plans and   specifications  ' may be obtained on depbsitinga certified  ;   cheq'ie'of $io, to be refunded on  return'  o[ plans and   specifications by date ten  dcis are receivable.  Each proposal must be accompanied  by an accepted bank.cheque or  ccrlifj-  cate of, deposit on a chartered bank of  Canada, made payable 10 the  Honour  able lhe Minister of Public Works, for a  a bin., equal to'10 re_ cent^ of ibe tender,  which sh ������II be forfeited if the party ten  derinj} decline  to   enter   into,contract  when called upon to do-so, or if he i.til  0. complete   the work  contracted   for  The cheques or-certificates of deposit, of  .unsuccessful tenderers will be returned  in  the'i)  upon   the   execution  of. the  contract.,  Tenders will rfol be considered unless  made out on the   forms supplied, signed  witli the actual signature of the tender-  ii an I  enclosed in the envelopes furn-  Tned  The lowest or any tender not rieccssar  ily nccepicd.  J. E.'GRIFFITH,  Public Works Engineer  Department of Public Works,  Victoria, JJ. C, 5th February, 1913.  fubnto22  I'ilsorer Brewery,   2 ke^s of beer  Frank Scarardo, 1 ease of beer.  Chas Mussatto, 4 doz soft drinks  Total money eubg.ribed .. $D8 50  Money taken at door....  140 35  Total income $1.8 85  Expenses:,., ,   35.75  Balance.... ,....., $163 10  (Turned over to the local)  A Grand Success  The masquerade ball held in  the U. M. W. of.; A. Hall on  Thursday evening last, was a  very successful and enjoyable af  fair. Between five and six Ium  dred were present, including  about one hundred and twenty-  five uiasquerad-r-5,. This was the  biggest affair of its kind ever,  held in Cumberland':  Tho   following  is the  list  of  ��������� LAND   NOTICE, a,  ���������_-B.ffWll.-_*  Vancouver Land District ,-  Distrief of Say ward '  TAKE NOTICE that  Myrtle  Bonnette, of Vancouver, oceupa  dun, nurse, intends to apply   for  permission to - purchase, the   foi  lowing   described   land.:���������Com  inoncing'at a post -planted   and  marked the north-west ' corner of  lot 584; thence east 40   chaius,  iioilh 40 chains,   thence west,40  .jhains   thence south   40   chains  ro point of commencement  con-  tainiiur 1.0"acres .more; or:less.  Myrtle'-I.ONNK-.E, Applicant.  "Tom Matier, Agent./  Dated January 3rd, 1913.  FOR RENT���������A furnished 7-  room liouse; hot and cold water,  Apply P. O. Box 68, Oity."  THE CANADIAN  OF  FOR SALE���������60 sucking pigs.  $3.00 each, money to accompany  order. Apply Robert' Sollan,  Hornby Island.  MARdCCHI BROS  GROCERS,   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND* BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale, Dealers .iii all Kinds'of -  ���������Wines ,aud Liquors. -  SECOND   STREET i  Tlio fallowing ia lhe list of thoso  who kindly subscribed lo the U.  M \Y\ of A. Maeqncmdo Bull:-���������  ,C!i..;l,o KiiPsoll 82 00  Cmu'les Dulton.,,.,  I 00  Daniel   Wuldou  1 00  J.).<i'|ih Domonte.r  75  .J, McAllister  2 00  A. KoniiM  1 00  T. puv'Jt'B....:  BO  J.._������p!i Walker  C 00  Wahor Hudson...  1 00  Itobort AIoNeil ,... 5 00  .John Mm ocelli   .... 1 00  TJioimw Hml-on  2 CO  Frank Da-Hob  5 00  William M.rriliold  5 00  <l oftrph Angelo  I 00  I). M. Morrison  2 00  J-������H������-pli Rftn'y.,,,',  8 00  Victor Kroloim ,  DO  >IniHCfi Matthison...,,.,,,, I 00  'llxniins C'oBBford..,...., _U  .1. McKinnon  50  .���������.(ikjI'VIuiio Bros  i no  W\ J, Punrce  1 00"  !;,aS. IJ-.J.-ar.-w:  !> 00  .lohn Wiet  GO  CluirldH C. Stigi'HVo ,.,.,,, r>0  Victor Runorii  I fiO  .lohn Millor  i>5  (reorge Shearer  I 00  A. MftNevtn,.,,,  J 00  T.G. Montgomery ...,,,., ti 00  |V-to Aiidoriion  2 00  A. G. Slaughter  I 00  W,  Wiita'jll,,,, ..,..,,,,. 1   00  du*. Elliot..., .,,   }i<dd, VoaU'r,... ....,,  prize winners :��������� -  13e������t dressed lady, goods by  Campbell Bros, value $7,50, won  by Mrs. A Williamson. , _  Best dressed gentleman, goods  by Simon Leiser, valne $7.50,wpn  by Victor Uonora.  Rest   national  character, lady,  goods by Cumberland Livery Stable, value 5.00, won by Miss Jean.  Shearer. .   ,  Rest sustained character, gent's  drestingense by T Ricl<son, won  by 0 F-'Dillu-fti.,  Uest hobo, goods value 2 50 by  A H Peacey, won by U Brown.  Rest clown, goods value 2.50,  by G Tat bell, won by Ii Blythe,  Two-step, tiidy's pri/. i by Cum  berland   Livery   Stable,   won   by  Miss Mabel Coe. '  Two step, gent's pri/.t*, two box  cs ������������������Grand Dnko'' cigars by Percy  Winch, won by M DeCoeur,  Highland Schottischo, lady's  prize, 5.00 by IJ M W of A, won  by Mrs R Rush ford.  v     *^*+  Highland Scotlische, gent's  prize 3.50 by U M W of A. won  by R Rush ford.  Old Country waltz, Judys pri/.y  5.00 by U M W of A, won by  Mrs Victor Freloiwi.  Old Country wai logout's prize  2.C0 by UM W of A, won by  William Brown.  Uest Topsy, prize value 2 50 by  Mr Anson, Courtenay, won by  Miss Leoimm.  Three- step, lady's prize, miiiin  Uuo go'd piece by a friend, won  by Miss Omiliffe.  Two Bt.p, geni'. prize vnluo 2.50  by U M W if A, won by John  tictvnrdo,  Onko'WiiJk, lnily'8 pri/o value  2.60 by U M W of A. won b.v Mrs  WiJJJnnmon.  Cako-ivnlk,   fienVi \\r\%n box of  Enterprise ciRara by Al Davis i>'a  uaimo, won by Mr TIioihih, Cour  tonay.  ������������������'Prize w.iliz, lucly'ri prly,.;, p| uph  vnluo $G.00, by Jdenl Store, wnn  by MreR McCuikh. (Jotirteimy,  Piizc ivnl'2, pent':! priz������> pipe  and chio by J Bannertmin, won  by Mr Hurley, (touriciiay.  Higblntnl    fiin������   won  by    the  MI-ff-R Uti^htord, Cfnrk. Sfjjrave,  1 00 ja"'- McLrnn, prizf* h box oi nhw  .1 1)0 !������'a,������ tin oh * given by Simnn Lci^-r     J    Ue������t piiliticnl -pH-cb. i������r ze Imnd  Total m ^.or^,T1������kV.,l,,,w,?;'[ v" Hslt"  Real Estate and Insurance,  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.  We have a large number  of enquiries for acreage in  Comnx Valley ;    if you have anything.' to sell, -LIST' -- A.-,  '  'with us,   -'.'_���������;���������_.,*/'   ,/ -��������� '  ,' " % ^   ��������� :.  We are AUCTIONEERS  SEE US if you want a sale and we will ai range one at the shortest  possible .notice and, get the BEST PRICE .   '   '"'���������'.  GOUET-ENAY,  CAPITAL. $15,000,000 REST, $1_5,500,OOQ  H_l ���������������������������������������������II      I ���������!���������!   I I V!   I "  MONEY ORDERS        -  Issued by The Canadian Bank bf Commerce, are a safe,'convenient and   ,  inexpensive method of remitting' small sums of money.   'Fhese Orders,  ^payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon .  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following rates: '. ��������� -A     -       ';     -    ,  ' $5 aiid under .....;....   3 cents  Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10.... '.. -6  10     " n so. 10  30     M " ��������� SO 15  ������  k  ti  H  O.B  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  Bhould be made by meani of oor SPECIAL FOREIGN  DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued witboat "delay at reasonable rates.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH  .. ;.W. T. "WHITE, Manager  flunmiiinira^  tattfl  m  ���������,   *  ^   .'  ,     VICTORIA, B. C".  GOVERNMENT ST. .     ,  i     L l ' -  * rt  ��������� .    .       Complete Stock of-'Ye, Oldc Firme" .   .  ���������*     " ������ 0 ' -a, '      ^> ' ,  Heintzman& Co. Pianos  * 9  ���������x������ia^yj,-s-;?-.?!vf}i>s,iVX-  ai___sti_z3  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones arid Records  WRITE FOR CATALOC AND PRICE LISTS.  , Convenient Terms of Payment fArranged.;*  ia������\^iAy.^\*j^sii&s'-*^  I  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   ViCTORIA, B. C  y  -I  ������i  *i  i  r-  1  S  1  ��������� CARD OF THANKS  We, tho Committee for tbe mas  qnerade ball, held by tliem in jhe.  New Hall, take this opportunity  to thank all persons wh..tthkui(lc  ly ar.d ably assisted to make- Jhe  same snch a big success, ;.���������;���������  (Signed)  J McAllister.'    " \Y Grieves,. ;  T, Faivkes,- jr ���������   T, Favvke^, sr  Miss Coo, ; ���������  ' "Mrs. Jolinstorij  11. Walker, ���������   "..,  Committee  JMr and Mrs. Geo. Richardson'  loft this week for South Wellington, where they wiil take  up ,theii residence. Mr. E.  Searle will occupy their rcsi  deuce here.  Mayor Campbell, Ajderman, Bey  oridyo aid TnipIpo Brown left bn  Tuesday evening for Victo.U. ;  "RAISIN W'KJ_K"~Frora" ?tlio  17th lo tho 22nd at The Bi^SloK  Watch <>ur Grocery Wind .w for  thoso dnve; it will bo of vnluo to  all ���������"   '  FOR SAIvK-Good Island po-  fa'ocs, $r.oo per ioo lbs, delivered at wharf. Apply i'obert  Scllau, Hornby Island, I. O,  rOUCR COURT      ,  On the j8th, insl, Chri������ fP,er-  ovicli was charged with selling  liquor without a license and with  running a common gaming  house, Mr," P, P. Harrison, Solicitor for the accused applied for  an adjournment, wliich applica  tion was resisted by Mr. Luigh-  fou, Solicitor for the prosecution.  The adjournment, however, was  granted, case to come up a week  frcv. .'K'Xt Tliur������dry Tbe rncc  against P. Miller, charged with  running a gambling game, took  the same course,  UMON BAY NOTES  (Second ediutn )  'Iho Uwon Buy Viiletpaud n  ionm (rom Cumberland, plnyi-d n  l^nmuofhjickf-tball be;o on Ties*  d.iy, lIlli, fnst Tin. Iii.nm Imm  won by a voorn < f If? iu 9 The  enniH lii'dl iip i.h fiillnw : ��������� Uii-  iun Hay, Krmik Work, Cuplnir,  f. Piket, T. l,i Clair, Uerl (!c������ry,  C, 1) mildson. CurtiberlanH, Wilt  Cli: thn, Captain, C. Grant, .1.  Uaiteron, J. B.nnerinan, IT. Wib  .on. After thct'a ne-a well at  tended dance .wis held, in All  Home's hall, the fun being kept  up until 2,30 a in. Roy'b Orcbe������.  trn provided'the music.  ��������� Mi-8 Mildiecl Smith returned on  Sunday;from lur u.������u.il week ei.e'  vi.-it to ber parents v.t Courtenay.  iicccmpanied by ber brother anu  Mi8sR>l)ina Diii|/wnll.  Mrs. T. R.ty left hero by Saturday's boat for Viotona, on a visit  tp bar  dau)i[bto", Mr,. J. McNeill.  Whi e a nti.nber of people strolled along ti o Government Wharf  nt Ui ion Biy ui Suuciay, thoir ut*  oution w is rtttraajted by a now  i>ui ding, .vl.iuh hnd bui>n built  he������r "Miko'a Cabin." It was  bought at fi^tnight, tlmt it might  bo the i.ow livury'b'irn, whieu Ins  botn Bpokon of, but on closer in  ���������poction it was found to bo' Jerry V  new moat Bale  - Capt. Adolf Anderson, wc are  pleased to learn is improving  rapidly from his attack of Rye-  skindicitis. ��������� Probably this is accounted for by his refusing to  drink alcohol in any shape or  form. He has promised to give  an.uddress to the Anti-Rye Slug  gers Association, u full report of  which will bc given in next.Bay  items  The fishing at Union   Buy is  good, s.lh.on and whi-c fish be  ing plentiful and bringing gO"d  prices.  MH-_MM������a-{^������__Haft|_-  Mr. J, M. Crook t ������n, of tho staff  of tho CunarJitin Bank of Com*  merce, Lndy.mith, who haa heon  spending rt short vacation hero, re*  uirtw, to that city this woek  J, S. M. llobson, of ihu CaimtSi  an Bunk of Cooimerco, hiu Ixcn  trui'i-feirol   to   the   Commercial  Di.av; I iiUCil, \ UHCOUVC",  Thi> Liibof ConwiBsfon will ho'.ii  Hu fi������t soaiinn hero, in tho Court,  llou-o on Wodnesdoy ov������,ning  Fob. lO.h,  FOR SALK--A team of hors-  C5. Apply C, Mussnti, (3tiutbcr������  laud, J*. C.  Spring, from prwnt indications is not far distant.���������I.iit���������  J. P. Wnt.on  hau recently diV  ltn������i<l'o. Itirtl'arn'tx rand' ������������f 2in  nut to it f) lalit'ailo -.it h j.(nti! ii,'-  trr. The iU-al wan fiiit llinuijth  hy Mr. Shepherd, our lecul n-aliy  IU3U,  I:   Capital Paid Up $11,500,000.  Reserve $12,500,000  The Royal Bank bf Canada.  DBa "l; r������D  IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE,.  OVER   THE   WOKLI). "... /j  SPECIAL ATVKNTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS &,  at highest Current Kales alibwi-d'on beposits of ll,aird u;  CUMBERLAND, B. C, Broach, Open Doily. ,  UNION WHARF, B. O.,   Sub-Brach, OpenThursdr^  D. .M. MORRISON^ Manager.  COUItTENAY,   ������. C ,* .Branch,   Open Daily.'  WM. HOPF, Manager,  .  ������;iiuii_iiiiuiiutiniiiii_uiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiuitiiiiiiiiwim  P. Phillipps Harriso  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  1  NOTARY   PUBLIC  \  conVeyancing\  ,/  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ������������������. ( ��������� ���������'   ���������������������������     ��������� ���������  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  P. O. BOX 483  PHONE 30,,..  CUMBERLAND  *ttM  IP YOU GET IT  PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  Get Your Cycle Now  Yi i plenrurc nr bwsincn*. min or phin������, oity BtrotMq or o.-������nn-  try ruadfl, tho moderaitdy |)rio','d"KlllMlCR-AUROW" is a  inacliino you en *���������. dopend on. Ii'b ]n*\ hi������<<������ry in its rcc<nn-  mondntion nnd tho fnct that it Ih cold hy lMiml������y  iR your  >-u'.inii������(A'o ;lui ii nil! j'.-ovc A) ih-i! I. ii rppr<i������f������j.'!','(l  in Vo  SiMitl for a dointlol culilo^uo    With ull nccwnoiioi! iho prlco  *"    ie only *35 00  DOIN������T FOROE5T that every $IO CASH  ������pcnt ot PUmlcy'-* ontft(o������ you to a coupon  for tho PREB OIPT of a 1913 "Ovet-lcind"Ca>*  1  !  THOS. PLIMLEY  739 YATRS STREET  VICTORIA, B. C.  IS tfaS__8_Bl������aj

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