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A quiet   but  pretty  wedding
was solemnized at-the" residence
ot.the.bride'a sister,-Mrs!.Sum.1
Davis, on Friday evening last,
when Rev. J.   Hood united \m
marriage Mis Elizabeth Huudwi,
Becond daughter.of Mr. and Mrs.
David Hnndt'n, and Mr. Samuel
D. McLeod, broilier of ex-Major
McLeod.   The bride   who  Was
given away, by lier father, fook��r
charming in .a ��gown ,of,  white
net over, cream   silk  trimmed
with lace aud . wearing the traditional veil and orange Blossom;-.
She was attended ..by her rister*
miss Martha Hundenv, who   was
gowned, in ; creniii   silk.  ..The
groom was   ably  supported".^by
Mr. John McDonald,  of'' JJnion
Bay.    After the   cerenionivrihe
guests, who numbered 'j ohly-ithe
immediate lelatives of ��� the'bndtl
and groom and a, few iijitiijiatu
friends sat duwu'.to'a '���lighV?.repast.'. .Mr.   and   Mrs.' Mctieo;d
-LeWater,.bJ; auto  for Coi|o^
where they, took parage for: Van
couyer their .future lionie, A The
.Bride aud groom' were tlie' recip-;
ienls'of uumeroiis handsome and
useful presents.--The Nkws ex-
tends .its liearty cougratulatidns
to Sam and'his bonny bridet :'���
' -a- I , . -     , . ���    a(,
���: Grand, Masquerade Ball- at, the
tl M; }V.[o{ A." Hall'" on"T'Thuis:
da/^ening, Peb!-J3th. ;.r ���'. -
fy**n^*fa*f**%t~tis* ���^hi^* ���/&*^^ki^s**r$
That's a line piece;, of; cement
.sidewalk, work from;'the Idoal
Stores iip to.Cnuipbell Bios., 'also
tu front of Peacey'8 atid down by
Tom Hunks' (?) And the1, contractor hae drawn all> but onV-'liuri-
dred dollars of his money, Someone" will bo up,, against tlie real
thing before long; It is' iip to
tlio ciiy to call-'iipon the contractor to, mako good, if his' contract
says sol Does it lo,;'.Wo have
failed to find anybody ns yot who
know* whether it*does ov not.
.It i* expected.that, the output
of coal from Nanaimo initios this
year will"bo 1,000,000 ton8,
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The omployous of the Colliery
Company,will givo n danco to
thoir friends in .Cumborland Hall
on tho ovoning of thol^th;
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Tlioso wlio tanr down po��tors
Ainiouiieing n diuico or any othor
cntortainmonfc shoi|hl bo kicked
good and hard, It is a dirty
, Cleveland, Ohio, Fob, D,���Har-
ry Under, his wife and his ontii'c
compnny missed death by a minuto horo yoBtwrdiiy, when Umlor's
privuto enr was wreehed in the
Lako Shore depot by a roar-end
collision, Tho Scotch aoinwliiin
mid his party had1 just stopped
out of tho car when a heavy pas-
Boiigor train ran thrbnjdi an opnn
switch and Hinnshori into ilio car,
Binnshing it to kindling wood,
A Canadian bum navy, or not
a Cnnttdiuii bnilt navy���That's the
question, Liborals, sland by your
guiiH, and "Diul" will help you,
it the liro in not too hot.
Mr nnd Mf�� Tin lull arrived
home Ium week from An cxt.wled
vinit to tholr daughter, Mr* J, W.
JJrj'dcu, VivtQi'k,
It is wiih sincere- regret; that
we anuounce the death  of  Wil.
ifrid Willard, youngest soil of Air,
,W. W., Willard nnd the late .Mrs.
Willard. which-took place at our
local hospital on Sunday. lifcirn-
ing.   The little fellow, wns taken
ill oyer a week ago with appendicitis, and was operated  up'oii
on Thursday by.Drs. MacNaugli
ton, Millard and Cromptou. The
disease was too far advanced  for
a.successful.operaTibn'., He was
a very bright boy,*and  was   in
his tenth year.! His early taking
off is clceply   mourned .by��,, his
relatives and schoollmatcs,- who
will miss his bright young face
froin their midst.   Tho funeral
will take place ou Thursday.
We ate sorry to learn ot the
soriotiB illness of Ex-Captain
and present Janitor, Anderson
with "Kyeskhidicltis," as report-
ed from Union Hay. We nre
very doubtful if ho hasathnuco
of recovery from the Rye part of
liis disease, but tlio Skiiidicitiu
might be mucii bou?futc<l,ir not
completely cured by UiC .salt
water treatment, which lhe ex
captain has had applied on former occasions. We might state
that the above mentioned disease
occasionally npp��*nt*H iu f!ii|..bc��
lnnd and other jpnrtfons of tJlc
a ja.han>;se, P.OPUIvAT-rb^
K.���; Sliibata, ;i\ Cumberland merchant, .has; giv'eii us the
following information as'1 to the
nnmber of Japanese in the dis -
,.trict and their:occupation:.   " '_
Meu':. ,  186
���Women..,.. .,;..., ^
Children.'.......  ()2
Miners.  ^j
Coal Waahers....-..'.:  6
Partners ,  i0
Merchants i ;... 2$
Domestics ,  5
MilMiands ^.'  T
Loggers..  2��
Missionary ,,, j
. Non-employed  2
,. (Febiuary :4th to ixth.)
S.'S. Dolaieft with barge Mel-
anope iu tow;
A ^. S. Prince John called for
coal aiid bunkers on her way to
Vancouver.-' The chief steward's
wiFe, MisjAuuing, registered at
the Wilson Hotel awaiting tlie
arrivul of steamer.
; S. S. Wireless arrived from
Myrtle Poiiit,for4)Uukers.
S., S. Faultless arrived from
Ragged Island for bunkers. , We
hope he arrived with his" boom
. S. S. Capilanb is horo with a
big consignment of freight.
S..is. Spray arrived in good
time.wiih two scows from. Vaur
Mr, 6..D. McPhail, represen-.
ting the Petrie Manufacturing
Co., of Hamilton, Outario, is, re-
gester'ed at the Nelson Hotel.
Mrs. D. Pickles,, of,r Deumaa
Iblaiid, \fiak\ her daughter a'short
visit last week-end.   '     ;
Mr. E.��� A. Roberts, bf Cariev
ale, is on au extended visit to his
friends. He is making his headquarters at" the Nelson Hotel.
This,'part .of the islaud lias appealed to Mr. Roberts very much.
He hopes in the near . future, to
"make liis home iu Victoria, _
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YOU AR      U   ET    FIN
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AH the favorito brands of Indian and Ceylon Teas fold at
LOWEST MARKET PiUCES-we " quote "Bluo Ribbon"
-Rod Label" 40c per lb; 5 lbs for -tl 00.    This ja a standard
household tea and splendid value at our prlco.
At 50c a lb we have Tetley'a, Ridgwny'g, Nabob and  CIimII-
enRe,Cup Teas.    Al 60c a lb Lipton'.. "A" Brand nmlRidg.
way's 5 o'clock at 85o u lb; bulk toa'thnt draws a iiood cup
at 35c a lb; 8 lbs for H OOpileo Japan Toa in f llipkt i��5c pkt  I
5 lb Uh Nabob brand;$2.00; Columbia U 65.  ' ]   1!>, tin8 of
a   Nabob 45e; Chase & dun born'd Seal brood '-_5c; r
Ridgway's 50c;  Columbia brand 800	
.    Try bur Freeh Coffee ground from the bean to your order
fragrant and delicious 40c a lb   "Our motto QUALITY
Fruits and Vegetables in Season.  Everything The Best
Ex-Capt, Adolf Andcrsou, whose
John iBiinnermau has been ap'
pointed customs collector here,
in succession to Frank Dal by.
Mr. Frank Parks, who was at
first recommended, for the position, is beyond tho ago limit,
which is thirty-five,
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An output of ono million tons
Mr, Tlioinos Stockott^ general
niiuiagor of tho local mlnc��ut tlio
Wofctorn Find Company, nml oth.
or hl^li ofiiolnls of the' coinpmiy,
vxpeot-ns tho result of the i-..ttm-
fllvedonOnpiiicnt M'ork mnv under way and projected in cimnuo..
tion with tho exploiUitii.n of tho
vast conl aroaii in Nannimo mid
, vici n it jr.���N n�� ai 1110 Humid,
A .meeting of Colliery Com
pnny .employees was hold on
Thursday evening last, for llie
purpose of electing a medicnl
board I'or 1913, pie foliowliig
wero elected.
D. R, MacDohuld, chairman
G. W. Clinton,scctetnry'
Members of-the board
No, 4 Mine, Williamjonen, Hugh
Sloan, John Furhow. *'<
No, 5 Mine, John Hrown.
No. 6 Miiio, Harry King, '
No, 7 Mine, Prank Jnynus,  and
David Stephnnsoit.
No. ii, J. Covum.
Wharf, George Campbclt.
Outside, Eruost Pickard, Thomas
Por thoCollicties,   Cii?or��e   W.
Clinton, D, R. MacDoinild.
Soyiuonr Abrams succiuds W,
J. J'Ynhor us provuiitiirivo oflluer
in thd cu. tojj.j pjJJcu nt- Union
Day,  /   ,
bjAtlie Department of Rowboats
aud Fisheries, owing to-careless:.
ness. has,1 after"' a .-iScarclnrig"
examination,    been , appointed
JANITOR for the Royal, Bank
herie.   He is not likely to retain
this position long, owing to sud-
deiia lapses   of  memory,   whieh
generally occur about 10 a, ni. on
on Thursdays. "���"Nevertheless ,he
is always ou hand when the bank
closis, to draw   down   his   hard
earned cheque.   Ho ., threatened
to givo a banquet l��st Thursday,
but owing  to   the   hotelkeeper
having lost the   combination   of
his safe, there   was  no   cashing
done, and of courso. uo banquet.
Adolf Anderson, janitor of the
R. B. ofC, has   been   stricken
with a bad attack of what sever
al   doctors   havo   diagnosed as
symptoms showed a complete dis
inclination to work, a trembling
of the hands and a zig-zag walk.
This disease is likely to become
quite fashionable,���Another bulletin will bo issued next week
Rev. J. and Mrs. Hood left by
Sunday's boat en route for Peach-
land,- P.C, being hurriedly summoned to that place, owing to
the serious'illness of Mrs. Hood's
sister. Mr. Hood expects to re^
turn in'aboiit'two'weeks.*
-HPostmasterrfcy- W^Nuirs1-arriv^
ed hpme from Victoria by Sunday's boat. t\    :> . .,,. s    ,\  .������ '.
Mr. E. Searleaud his brother,
Mr: N, Searle arrived-,from Ta-
conia on Sunday. Mr." E. Searle
has been one oj the office staff of
the Northern Pacific Railway
for a number of years, but has
recently resigned , his position.
He, with his brother will locate
FOR RENT-A furnished 7-
room house; hot and cold wator,
Apply i\ O. Box 08, City.
Never tnko out a straight-life
insuranee policy, unless, yon arc
fortunate enough to die yonno-,
and got ovon with the company.
We know from oxporionco what
wo arc talking about.
Percy .Winch "wafted'* through
liere last Saturday and sold quite
a number of "whiff*."
Dr, Rsrr, dentist, .will be nt
the Cumborland Hotel, Room i,
Saturday, Peb, 15th, to 25th,
Harry C. Evans, Piano Timor,
has returnod to this city and district. Ifyou are wanting your
piano tuned by him, send your
order on a postal card addressed
H. O. Evans, Elk Hotel, Como.N,
B. C.
Mr. Joel Willard, father of Mr.
Weeley Willard arrived from
Victoria on Tuesday.
Lots of good things nliond for
Cumberland. It is uot all going to thn   Valley.���Nufi said.
���Victoria, Feb.7.MVt E..Burns  ..
barrister of Vancouver,  was this"
afternoon appointed'by, the "ov- \
eminent as   a   commissioner   to'-
conduct"aiiinquiry' into tlie production,-sale and dutVibii'tioirof'.
coal in British   Columbia. ��� The  !
.commission jiuthpriziughiiu 'to   '
nindertalora'TPl^^TjnffFrilie   in^*
yestigation issued today oil   sig-,
nature.by.His Honor the ; Lieut; ,
t'eiiaiif.,Goveriio"f'. ���*" The   a u'thor.
ity is vory wido in its sevj^ and,
Mr, Burns is- ompowered  to eul lA
for the production   of  nl!   books <>
and rpcord_ of  tlio operations' of
any company   or   imlividiiiil   0:1-
gaged in tho production, sale and
distribution of coal. '' Ilo is ��� also
authorized to command tlio atton..,
danco"of witnesses and tako teuti-
mony undor oath,    Anoihor   fun.
turo of tho powers oE tho 00mmis
eioner is tliiit ho is authorised   to,
attach an export accountant to hid.
staff;   This official's duty will  bo
tho thorough examination of tho..
books of nil   companies   engaged,
in mining, polling or distribution
of coal wliieh may hu oiled-to ap.
pear at llie enquiry.
Rev. Joseph Hal J, au old pi-,
onoer Methodist minister pf B.
O,, died al his home in Victoria
on Sunday last,
General Manager Coolson. of
tlio Canadian Collieries (Dims-
muir) Limited, and Mrs, Coulson
arrived iu town on  Friday hist,
Mrs.,Thomas   Home  lol't   on
Sunday Just for Ncnniino, owing
to tlm fioriuim Illness of her moth
or, Mrs. John Ritchie
Slater's Shoes
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��D*n ��n* Anottwr," "A T*nol*<
W��b,".   "8ln of AlUon D��f
ing," ��to. ��te.
Londcn, Mdbojrna and  Toronto.
Moro than cnco boforo during Dorothy's mnrrled life thero ,had flashed
Into her mind a'vision ot the two men
who loved her, nnd ns Miles spoke
sho euw tholr face,", sido by side for
iho tick of ti second, Oliver's as alio
hud last seen U In veallty. uliRhl wiih
passion, his dark eyes glowing, his
lips 'quivering with an emotion hd*
eould not uuppross, and Miles' quiet
nud steadfast, as sho' had always
known It, the light of love In hia grey
eyes, a tender smile about his mouth.
A man you own only tolerate. For
a swift momci.t thoso two faces flashed before her mental vision, and thon
she looked nt hot*'husband. ���
lt Is more than tolerable, Miles, slie
Bless you, yes,'lie answered "cheerily, but with a sigh. I know lt Is
moro. It Is friendship b'on camaraderie, nil that a good- woman 'can give
lo a man without���tho ono tiling
needful. Ycu have beon the beat
friend to me tlmt man ovor had, and
If 1 come out of th!.. business all right
you will bo my best friend still. I
know that. God bless you for it
all. '���    '
I��� she besan, but Miles went on
speaking' as \t he had,not heard her���
.And you would  like  the operation
here?      Vou'would really prefer it?
.Her quick ear caught an eager note
in the question.
Oh, please, Miles. I would much
rather It,was done here.' I ��� can't
bear the thought of your going into
a nursing home. . Let it be done here,
and if only Claro could come and
nurse you, I should be sure the very
best was being done'. But have it
here." ....      '  '   .-     , .   . ; ���
My dear, I should,like to stop.-here.
1 only agreed to Dyiiecourt's proposal
' because of the upset for you. For
myself���I daresay lt sounds fanciful���but I should like it to.be in this
old home that I face whatever has got
lo be-faced, and if ifis to bethe end
I would , rather the-end-came here
than in a dingy oltl London street. .
When does���Mr. Dynecourt wish
to .operate?     " - .   . ���
Dorothy ��� wondered - dimly whether
beforo every -mention of "Oliver's
name, but do what she .would, she
found It,impossible to utter it lightly.
Miles, however,, had noticed nothing;
it ha'd never for 'an instant da'wned
upon his consciousness that Dynecourt
was more to his wife than a mere
hospital acquaintance���of their 'closer
relation to each other he had no idea.'
Nothing was settled until I had seen
you, ho said.' I would not allow anything to la settled, 'but Dynecourt
wishes to do tho job as soon as 'possible. 1 fancy delay would bo unwise.
Then it must be,done at. once, Dor-
olhy exclaimed with decision, though
again a shudderlm. repugnance swept
over her at the thought that Oliver
, was to be the operator, There is no
reason for delay; we can get ready
directly. Wlro to Mr. Dynocoiirt-
In the morning lo make arrangements
Hut. Dorothy. Miles hesitated and
looked doubtfully nt. his wife. I
' f-.ari't, I menu���, don't think It1, would
ho playing quite fair if T mako all thoso
arrangements without letting���without
telling��� .,     '
Tolling---who? Dorothy broke In as
hn unused. Jn evident. ftmbiirmssmeiir.
Why,  tlio  other  fellow-���t.ho  mnn
who Is trusting to mo' to die���as I
Dorothy ea.ig'uL hor breath, hor faco
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grew very while, the words had so oin-
Inous a sound.  ' >
The man who Js trusting to nie to
die���as I promised.
Oliver was trusting that Miles would
die���and Oliver; Oliver was to be the
one; sho thrust tho thought from hor,
but, for tho third time sho shivered.
Will you tell him, or wrlto to him���
or���or let him know somehow?,Miles
asked hurriedly. 1 don't think wo
ought to nvvtingo U, nil untll-r
MJles. sho put both her hands Into
his and her volco shook wltlv eagerness, it will bo all right, you must
tako my word for lt, and there must
bo no delay. To-morrow morning wa
will wlro to Mr. Dynecourt.   .
Deliver Us From Evil
Wish mo well, ho said, wish what
ls host for you; for us both. Ills voico
was very gentle, very tender���his oyes
looking <leop ' into Dorothy's eyes,
seemed to hor to shine with a great
love, a great unselfishness. Husband
uud wife wero awaiting, lncithe dressing-room, Miles; summons to the room
next door, and Sister Clare, who'had
como to tell her patient all was in'
readiness, stole softly away, thatMiles
and Dorothy might have theso last
moments alone. By a. fortunate
coincidence/ the,date of lier own holidays had fallen precisely at the time
fixed for Mites' operation, and' she ha.l.
not' only acceded to Dorothy's request
to come and help thom, she liad actually -insisted on taking charge of tho
case' herself, and the ' household at
Mansmere had soon' become aware
what a tower of strength. they had
amongst.them in the quiet woman
with the brown .eyes and' musical
voice."  ���' ' '       ..   '
" Wish what is best for us both, Miles
said .again as he stood by the,door,
Dorothy'6 hands fast locked in his, and
tell me once", again that you .forgive
me for not" playing the,game. . H-?
smiled as he <spoke, and Dorothy's answering smile sent a glow to his heart.
1 think you have���played the game
���always, she whispered, "and for the
first time in all their life together she
voluntarily' lifted her face to'hls'and
kisased him.  ���   -.'   /���' X       '"  ���"���
The glow on' his face, the light in
his eyes,' left there because of her kiss,
were still visible when, a" second later
Scared by Black   Hand,   He   Takes
Strange Precautions-   . '"
It is reported that so nervous
has M.-Mitnlticky,'tho Russian violinist been sinco early,jn last wcok.he
received a letter from the Black Hand,
���that ho only appears on tho platform
In a solid Iron and steel cage.
Tho letter, It may bo remembered,
demanded a sum ot $250 nnd threatened the violinist with denth. if, ho did
not comply. As a result M. -Mltnlt-
zky 'armed .himself with a pair , of
Browning  pistols."    ���    '      '    ,
Tho pollco havo arrested n Russian'
anarchist, who, It is stated, admits
that ho was the author of tho letter.
He ���however, refuses to dtscloso the
names of. tho Black Hand gang.   ���
Menagerie  Attendants' Save   Keeper
���..  ��� .    From   Terrible  Death
Thero was an anxious mi*
ment,of wild excitement among the
spectators at a menagerie at Mont-
martre last night when a lion.sprang
on its tamer, Hamed Amar, and bur-,
led its claws in'hisface'and shoulder.
- .Two lions In..the cage, were sulky
and refused to go through the c\ist;om-
ary ttxercltes, and, when, * the.'. tamer,
began to; use his,whip ouo.of. tho. anl-.
ron!s':slruck.l)im-to, tho ground. The
'menagerie servants 'rushed .to -'his
rescue and beat off the Hon with bars
of iron;   . \.    *      \       ��� ���',- i
Tlie tamer was takon to a hospital
and had his wounds droSsed and returned swathed in bandages to tho
menagorio, Tho animals then proved,, moro tractublo and wont through
their performance. '   -
Not Like Casey
' Once there was a switchman named
Casey..    Ilo waa. a carefree fev'.ow
and ho lovj-d hU work.      ,.
Ono night a bridgo was swept awa.,T
Mid Cas?y luioft that a heavy passenger train w.nild soon bo' coming. Vie.
grabbed his _��� lantern, ran down, tho
track, signalled the onrushlng train,
and brought it to a' stop; but he loA:
his,own life In the effort.' The passengers poured out. They wore
grateful for what 'Casey had dono, r.nd
���they wanted, to show tlieir appreciation'in some. way. "Tu'-y found that
Casey had no relatives and .so. thviy
decided to got a life ske oil painting
of the hero and>h"ang lt In the Railway'Y.M.C.A. at Central'a.   ��� .-   '
When the picture came it showed
him in his,'working clotiiM.'swing'v.g
his lantern. The committee thought
it was well done/but oefore they accepted ltthey deiided to ;3ll in &*���;-
ey's pal to pas_ i.'-t- judgment; -TIi'j
pal -looked at' tha. picture-critically.
He surveyed lt-,from. Mio-'diffe^nt'
sides.. And then," not' satisfied, ha
reached out his hand to touch Casey's:-.
Don't do that, shouted the artist, he
isn't dry! ,.-'>'���
.Casey's pal drew back, and..with, a'
look of supreme disgust:he answered:
Well,'If he ain't'dVy','it-ain't'Casey..' '
Shoots  Him,  She  Says, to  Prevent
Father Being Strangled
Paris, 0'r'"-c~���Mi)iG. lleinhardt,;
a rich young woman, gavo herself uy'
to tho police hero'   ,""    \" -.
Sho informed Uio inagls'trato that
her husband, had just died In a hospital from two- revolver shots tired
by her on Sunday.last In the couruo
of an argument between-lilm and her
father' on the Balkan war. Mmo.
Relnhardt declared that her husband
who, was of a vory violent nature,
would havo strangled his father-in-
law had sho not fired. , ���,
M. Relnhardt,.declared that he had
attempted to commit suicide. HJs widow has boen released on bail.   ���..
i, O        *    < "���.
The little ills of babyhood.arid child-,
hood should .be treated promptly, or
they may prove serious., .An occas-.
lonal dose of Baby's Own Tablets will
regulate the stomach and bowel.s and
keep"your little ones well. Or they
will "promptly restore health if -sickness comes unexpectedly. Mrs'. Le:
nora M. Thompson, Oil Springs,,Out,,
say��:~"I have used Baby's Own Tablets' for "my little girl .as occasion required, and have found therii always
of ��� the .greatest help. . No mother,
in 'my opinion, should be without tho|
Tablets." Sold ."by'medicine dealers
-or'by mail-at 25'centsrsv.bo\ from-The.
Dr.. Williams' 'Medicine Co.r, ' Brock
ville.'Ont."   *���-.-'���.���       ���   "7   '
Quick Resulto   .,
Advertising is a great "thing, said
the Cheerful Idiot as he laid down the
paper. '     ��� ���       ���'        ''     . "  A       ,
.How do you make that out?" nsked
the Old Fogey.
Here's a man, who advertised-for.d
boy on Monday, replied "the Cheorfu'l
Idiot, "aiid - oh . Tuesday his wife presented him* with one. , ���--      ,   ���
.; ,. Incurable.Optimist ���.
. X 'Hu.mi.oU'' niiiche.'.:returned, from
a,year's trip through the east to find
that a*one-tlme'''neighbor of his,'a'man
noted for his perfect, patience,' had
been, having a sicgo of bad luck. Upon hearing tho news'he' immediately
sought '.out Ah a neighbor to condolja.
with Mini.��� '
.Woll, John, ho said, after tho greetings had,boon exchanged, 1 hear you
lost all of 'your- timber through tho
forest flveB. 7    :
. ."Tho othor man?nodded. ���    *  ���
And they say that tho rlvor cut off
your beet land; that your hogs all
died of.cholera; that your wife nnd
children had boon sick, and that.thoy
have now foreclosed tho mortgage on
your other plnce.   , ^
John nodded again, Vos, it's all
true, ho said, looking about him at
what had' once been, his prosperous
farm, nil true. / Why, somotlnios I
get almost,discouraged.
Iii Bad Condition, Pimples Largo,
Face Soro antl Itchy, Looked
Badly. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured In Two weeks,
Miincey, Ontario.---"Homn timo mo mjr
tiro wns In n very Imd condition with nomo
Llnd of pliii'ilui. Tlio plmplci wro thickly
hcntlorcd. Tlio ln\rt of tlmm
warn vldw; nml tor wni In
thi'tii, Tlioy vwuiu|i��lnrni��
unit my riici was mtfo uud
Itchy nud looked budly, t
had to sci-atcH to l��n comfort- ,
dlilu and wiinntimtvi I'M my
nli'Kp* Tlio Mia* liihtwd about
two niontliN imd 1 trlt-tl nomo
olntRinit'* lull, didn't like
thcni. Thru I Mint for somo Cuticura .Soup
nnd cutlnurn ointment, luiu'l Ihnm Tor two
ivi'oUh nnd Iwtiii.omiiU.'U.'lycuml." (Sleiwi)
Alox.lt.Oke. April a��� 101��.
"scaly eczema on face
ClnrkKoni Ontario.���" My llttl" idrl, n����il
two yearn, Mitriod \\ltl> a sMu dlrnvn ou
lu-r fmio, w> T c-nllml In llm doctor nml lio
kuUI it wni nowma. Tlm skin wnt aullo
iv.ti auA Ai. ������' -'���:. 1 v".'1""' Uio "irti well
with tl��o cmlcuia Sonp and then I pub
tho Cuticura Olnimwit on. Yuu ouuht to
_co her now ��� im fair no ft Illy I
VI milTuml a Brent dual with pllui. I
luul IhDiu vrry bud, and tlmy Itched nml
Jniinod ho I could liurdly bear 11. Wkmi I
r-ot the Cutloura Ointment I trlod It. Now
It lma entirely cured uif,". (.L!l��iiwl) Mrn.
Cyru* Wanl, Jon, 1,1012.
! CntlcuLk Soap uud Cuiliiura ntntnu-nf sir*
���old tliroimliout thy \iurld, Heml to I'otttr
V. k O. Corp.. Dupti Ml), llOHlon, I'.S.A.;
for free Muiplo ot each tilth ai-i>������ Itook,
he walked wltR-unfaIterfng_steiprMo'
the big bedroom, set out now in orderly fashion for the operation about to
"take place.< A long "table faced one
ot the windows;' Dynecourt, very grave
and pale, stood beside it; Mr, Mat-"
thews,.'the anaesthetist, a pleasant-
faced man of middle age and extraordinary reputation In his own'particular line, camo forward' with a 'cheery-
smile.       ��� ' '  ��� "���
Now, Sir Miles, he said in' the brisk
tones 'that curried such confidence to
his heavers,'we are quite ready,,and,
wo won't keep you a moment longer
than' we can help; this sunshine
should be a good omen for-us ull. ���'
,'Milos, stretched upon " the table,
yielded his wrist with a smile to the
cheerful littlo man.
Been under flro before, ch, Sir Miles,,
said Mr; Matthews, his finger slill on
the other's wrist. Your pulBO is as
good as if you wcre'only going out for'
an afternoon stroll.  '   , a...
A smile Hashed over Miles'' face.
It did not 'seem worth while to say
lhat to faco death for so-many months,
as he had .faced It, took ,awny some
of its terrors, but.ho looked into the
���kind blue oyes above him and smiled
again, ���     -
��� ������Whnt a good face,-was the though:
thot lonpt.lnto tho'.anaesthetist's mind,
tho man is noble to tho core. I hope
Dyiiecourt's going to' pull it off,'."bu':
It ifi bound to ho touch nntl go.
No trace of his reflections wns visible In his genial countonance���he wnfi
giving his directions placidly nnd
brightly, when his patient suddenly
Will you let me sit tip once move
���Just for a minute?  ���
Dynocourt, who had turned away to
n. sldf table, iooiicd round with u sturt.
Wuh Dorothy coming In, he wondered?
Jle hud'not soon lior'when he arrived
by nn early ttaln, and though ho wnfl'
hungry for tin sight of her face, ho
felt Rind that sho had not como to
���greet him. To neo her would have
un steadied his Iiiind, hliiil'oti'iils norvo
nnd the Iind surely realised bin fooling
whou nlio no H.iliikiiinly mid evidently
avoided him. ��� PovlinpH hIio, loo, was
r-ndurlug what ho was enduring���
imliiH Mint,'woro llko lho pains of holl,
whilst lhe lift ihat lay botwoon tlinin
liuiig iu iho bnli'iiu'o. Ho Hlurml/al-
most Ktupldly, ut llornesloy. sealed iip-
rlglit on tho-oiiorntliig' tablo, lllu eyes
Hxml on iho glowing niimnioi*. world
diilfc-ldo the window. A baao of lifat
Vi ii ii K over lho fuv hills', hung ovoir
over tho pnrli. closer nt hand, und tho
Ii-och stood inqtlonloHH, tholr heavy
groon outlined against tho bluo uf Uu
August sky, lloynud the park's cdfio
a. Held of corn glowed golden .In the
golden sunlight! Mio pastures , tlint
HJoin-u luwidh U .-j'nyi.i. \M,I1) jr.ii.;::,
lho lloworhodfi In tlu> j'nrdon hlnznil
llko JpwoIb In tho full elonr light.
I���wnn tod to look nt "it nil Just onr.o
���JTope' is a prieurnatlcAtlre that is
frequently, punctured.- - A
'���' The detective' may . be-an  earnest
seeker, buflie .doesn't al ways,'find v,.'
W. N.  U. 020
again, Miles Kald uudevhls hreatli, so
that <mly Mr, Miittho\*,"s heard 'llir,
words, sunh a good world. I should
SIU h '.,.'... ..������...;- !}!!.: V'-.-i'i'lT'il - re-
nioinbraiico .if It,
Tor a few i.ocoiiiIh lilft eyes lookoij
oi,!!, /uiro.ifl tlio wide iilrotoh nt Hmlllng
Biiintnov liiiid, tn thn dim hills under
the Hiinllt sky, then hn lay bnck ngnln
with a Finllo.
I'm srtrry lo hnvo boon n son t linen ttt]
fool, ho. miirniiircd, but, ns his eyes met
the keen eyes nbovo lilm ho knew that
ihn cherry lit.lo iinacnllicllHl uiidei'.
(To be Continued)
Rescues Servian , Flag Fr6m Turks
~^������*-When-Soldler8L_Wa^eredA'-' '
��� The- greatest, hero .of the battle ot Kumanova,. according'' to" ��� the
French newspapers.-was', a little Jew-'
ish tailor named Abraham;Lovy;,of the
Seventh Servian regiment of Infancy.
-The standard-bearer fell and, tho
regiment wavered and was'about'to
retreat when the :little. Jewish tailor
rushed forward,-caughtdlic fallen flag,
and dashed, with it to "the trenches:
His comrades,'electrified by, his. example,, followed liim and the Turks
were.liurled from thoir position at the
point of the'-'bayonct;  ,   '_.
���In a certain .town of Nebraska Uvea
a man 'who'-.has been so-unfortunate
as to'lose three wives, who wero burled side by side. For.a long time the
economical Nebraskaiv deliberated as
to whether ho should erect a separate
headstone for each, commemorating
her virtues, but the' expense deterred
him.- -Finally a. happy solution.of the
dlfllculty presented itself.'Ilo had
the-Christian namo '6t each.engraved
on a smc\ll stone���Mary; ..Elizabeth;.
Matilda���a hand-,'cut on,' each, stono
pointing to a.litrgo::st6hd'���.in,'tl>e,-.cen-.
tre of tho'lot'. nniMindor. e-acir-hand
the words; Foi\epltah'.s'ce"largo^lono,,
IHI���W mvmw**m*am**mt****M
A leciureuv\va9.annoyed;by nmair
ln t-ho nudicneb' who' insisted on,rising
'and asking.quostlbnava-'a   .'������'.
Sit down, you ass! said a second
man, .lumping up,
Sit down, .you, too, cried a third
man; you aro both nascs,
Thero bo.mii to-bo plenty, ot asses
aboiit tonight, put In tho lectnrer,
cnlnily,'but'for hoavoii's^sako lot us
hair one nt n llmo.',,.,,       . i      . .
Well, you go'on, Ihon said'the first
mnn, rosuinliig.'hls-sent,      a'1
 i i  i    ii
A Cleveland corporation lawyor 1ms
n now stenographer���tho' nncond now
onu thin week. Slrnugo to say bo
didn't, discharge tho' first ono because
sho wns Incompetent/,bul because she
wns too good.     Let. him toll It,
This girl camo lo me woll recommended; nml uMioirl dictated a tost
letter I found ,hor oxtromely rapid mid
acciirntu. So I employed her on tlio
spot'.' HIio fell right In "Willi . tin?
work nnd I Uoclded lhat I had found
a ti'MiHui'o. Hnt on the third thy
nlio gave mo a shock,
' I wits dletfitlng mi opinion Urn'com-
lilleutoi! Infringement suit, nnd It was
Imporlnnt Hint It. should bo nccuvato
lu ovory wdvrt and phrase,-, TIiIh,was
thotlilril draft.1 had written, In fuel.
Atone place I Interrupted myself and
mild to the stenographer:
Am  I  iiponklng too fust,  for yoii
Miss .TnekHoii?    Aro you sotting, my
���;words down correctly"!
o, Vm ironing thom nil right,.slio
answered, hmlliug, And you don't
speak nearly <t.-i funt ua I can Lihe,
I'm about twenty words ahead of you
now!       ' ' ���
-Thero'sBuch n iMug as being too
The Grand ,Trunks-Railway, System
have just issued a "very" rieatj'attractive, .and convinclng','bpoklet. on the1
"Chateau'Laurier,'! Ottawa.'. ��� It- Is
printed on,' India" tinted. coaled" paper
In colors, and;"'profusely' Illustrated
with pictures made/from-'direct -photographs.- of1'- the':, several, ��� charming
rooms in Uijs ^beautiful hotel." ��� Each
nage_is decoraledjwith"allegorical .de
signs, symbolizing the. Cha.leauVstyles"
of tl>o early .French monarchs.' The
cover Is prin ted-'on,'a hand-made paper nnd the descriptive matter is confined to a brief "synopsis of the '.'attractive, features' of this hotel. Copies
of the booklet may be had from'Grand
Trunk representatives .for the asking.;
A    A Fine Offer/
Tho proprietor of a Turkish bath
establishment in Milwaukee was
much taken by tho physical perfection
of a yomig man he saw lr. n butcher's
shop. After minute, survey of the
huge muscles of the young man, tlie
Turkish bath proprietor offered lilm
a 'position as' rubber In his establishment.   '     " .   .-
I'll givo you more than you're getting ���here,', said he. '��, What does this
man pay you?/
Ten-dollars a week and1 my week's
meat, said tho butcher employe.
What-Is the meat worth?
About'$4-.- , .������    .- '
The Turkish-bath man aid some
rapid figuring.   ' o
' J Look here, said "he finally. I'll
tell you what .I'll do. I'll give you
$10' and $5 worth'of batliB weekly..
That wlll.be a dollar more than yoii
get from the butcher, ,     ���= *
-d '��� , '' '.. " " ">
which keeps yon coughing away, night
and day, will quickly disappear, if you .
take Na-Dru-Co   Syrup   of   Linseed,
Licoric.e.aud ChloTodyuc.'   ���-.,.'
Na-Dru-Co Synip'oflyinsced^Lkorice   v
���nnd-Clilorodync qjiiet9 the,throat- '
tickling-almost ��� instantly, loosens- the7
phlegiii'"promotes expectoration; and -
cures tlie\ inflammation' of lhe'mucus . "
'membrane.     V". >  A '    ���'       , '   *
������ '.Na-Dru-Co Syrui> of Linseed, Licorice
' and Chlorodyne, has tlie greaCadvant&ge    -
, of being absolutely, free from harmful
���1 rugs of any kind.   In support of this
itdtemeut wc are^wlling to give to an>��
phy8icinn or druggist in Canada a full
��� list of ita ingredients.'
Yoii can therefore give; Na-Dru-Co  ..
Syrup of Linseed, Licorice and Chloro- ;
dyne to any member of your family,'
with perfect confidence that it will b*
altogether beneficial. ',_ ��� :>���
Your,druggist^can supply you with
either 25c, or,50c". bottles, The National  -
Drug and "Chemical   Co.  of  Canada,
Limited. " . ,   31(>  '
Trouble at the Tower*  . s :
Sho" was a good servant, was -Jennie, and'Mvs.'Wandorfnrjiever wished for better.     But in the'matter of
pictures Jennie was   weak.   ��� There
was ono In particular, which showed
tho Leaning Tower of Pisa.    Every'
day Mrs; W.    hung it straight, and '
every morning* Jennie put lt crooked.
So Mrs, W. -Watched.
, Now, look 'here,   Jennie' she   said '
you'vo hung ihat picture of tho tower
crooked again.' ." Just look ut it!
, That's just what, I say, mum, replied
the domestic dolefully,'  Look at it!.
Tho only,way you can' get that silly
lower, to hang straight ia to liangdho
picture crooked!      ���    ;    ���
'  Minus His.Grouch , /
Saw my husband down town., today,
but passed him..' I didn't'  recogulzo
him.      -"    ' .
How wa'3 that?
He was smiling.    '���'..,       '
>'      ..<
. Corns cripple the'' feet and 'maka
walking a torture, ������.yet sure relief, tn
the shape of Ilolloway's Corn,Curo
is��� within reach of all. ,* ',
. A small boydoesn^t find it.'very
amusing to do the things-his parenu
are'willing,to lot hlni-;do>, -
HOW'S THIS?  '-.,' .
We cffe'r'fme Hundred Dollars Reward-,
for ony cuko o." Cr.tnrrh lhat cannot be'
cuied bv TTall'n Cntnrrh Cure.'1..
:F. J,  CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O'.
Wo. the undo*slimed, havo known" P.
.), Clicney fcr Mio hint 15 ycaro, .and be.
Ilevo him pcrfecll-- honest In nil business
ticnsaotloin an.l financially ablo to carry
out any obligation-: mndo by-Ids firm.. ���
Wholesnln Di'UGijIstB, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Ib taken Internally,
actliifr 'llrcctly upon tlio blood imd muc-
ou3 Hurl'acsn of tno systom. Testimonials
sent freo. Prlco 75 cents per bottlo.
Sold  by all  DniKPlsts,
Tako Hall's Family Pills for constlpa.
. whereyer
are worn.
tlieir pa;:v
and Finish
After throe inonlhs absence there
has jiiBt returned south oh tho Grand
Trunk-.Pacific, SS.  "Prince.Jlupcrl,."
tho Alaska-Railroad'Commission pent
by tho Washington Government to'in-
'spect and 'report upon the,..railroad
'.conditions  ln that .part ��� of, 'the . *uv
���north, amV It-Is, upon their -report,,thnt
.federal-action-with regard to the railroad situation in Alaska',will largely
depend. ,.. .Whllo,tlio Commission naturally had no jurisdiction ovor the
Grand Trunk' System :so' much had
been . lioavd of this, wonderful, new
tnuiB-conllnbnUir llno'thnt'tho party
l.oft tholr steamer, at Princo'Rtiport to
inspect the road as,far ns.JIazollon as
well as''the'new .terminal nnd dry
docl; now being built on lho Paclfls
coast' by 'tlio G.T.P.'   '
1 -        "������' mmU. 1   iiiih ~m*
Time Has Tested.It.���-Tivi Thomas'.
Wleolvlo Oil has been on the market
upwards of Ihlrly years and. in that
tlnio It'has proved a blessing tothoti-
sandis. It I, In high favor through-
oiit. Ciuuu'ii and its nxoollcnco has enr-
rled 11 r fiimo beyond tho Boas. It ban
ilo equal In tho wholo list of llnliiioiitu,
If It, wore double tho' prlco 11. would
,Uo a chonp liniment,   ..      ^
'   Only Wny H�� knew
, Minister-���My  good, man, how do
yon gel. to iho Pollco Station?
Jimmy Cnuikcr-t-UBiially'ln"Uio patrol wagon, '"
' 'S' ������' ������'���     '
(Vilntird'i Liniment curao Coldi, Ac,
lilvory womnn should Imvo an nlm
lu life, oven (f sho can't throw a stone
'with nn.v dfiorne of iiccnnicy, :
The v:.axi fhe, taVott nn InloroHf In
puhlle sohools, good roads, religion,
or politics' Isn't oven a Biulblaetory
l'/AA;-.:CrRAIN .'A;..;:'.a\;;
Tho only sure nnd satisfactory way tn  which  the WoRtorn,. Farmer'
ctin jiecuro'tlio lil��rhe_t jiondble market vnluo for his wlicnt. oats, barley ancl
��� lax Is by Phlppinu'lt. by the onrlond to .Fort William or Port Arthur, or to
Diilutli If cni-H ennnot be pot for (lio other terminals (loading It lf possiblo'    ,
direct lino tho car over tlio loadliiff platform no nn to.savo olovatoi- chari.es   ,
.nnd doi*knBe)'tind employing>u strlqtly-'comnilSBloh'flrm 10 handlo and dis-- A
. poco or. it. �� - ,
Wo- contlnuo to net ns.tlio I'ni'merfl' Afront�� Bolf|y.-onn oommlflslon haaln:
W�� "ro not truolibuyorp^nnd^wo'never buy tho I'm-mers'. Bi-altron our own
. occount,;but look-after'and dispopo'pf tho gi-nln pntrustba to.un, ' na   tlio
. fiffentH of tliero wlio;onip]oy.u��,-'nmrit 1h"oii)*'dcslro Jind-'enrtonvor <o. rIvo- ��� 'HI
nvoryono.-thu vory b(*Rt;.wiirlooj>osHlblP." Wo niriUo llbeniiiuuvanuoB nRntnct' '���
oar HhlpDlng bills, nnd will also curry tho tfrnln for a timo undor advnnccs ut '
n;>mmlernlo commercial rnlo-of mtoreat, if ron��ldorod ndvinitiiio. We Invito' "���
nil l-'urinors to wrlto to-.uti laivBhlpiilnu Instnictlons and market Informal.on,
Thompson Sons & Company
-   ���     '���,-,     GRAIN'COMMISSION.MERCHANTS
of Light
If one gave volco   only   to   one's
thoughts, one would n't talk ho much.
Very Much   Alive
Aii Ti'lslmifin, with ono side of his
fnco ,badly bwoIIoii, stopped Into Dr.
'Hurtnin'B olliee and inquired If the
dent 1st. was in.
1 nm the dor.ltut, snid Uio doctor.
Well, thon, 1 want to know If you
enn toll mo v.liai'u tlie matter with
this tooth?
, 'flic doclor exaniliiPd Mio nffendlnrr
molar aiid cNplalncd: The norvo Is
ilenil; that's what's tlio matter,
Then, bo tho powers,%the lMslim-\n
exehvlniPd, the other teeth wiet bo
holding a walcr over It.
"Hum nil yonr reports oh tho cost of.hlgh.llvliiK, Put
"thcni In Ihewarito piiperhaskot,   They nro not worth tin
, paper- on,wliloh thoy nro Minted,   In,two sentoncesrrtn
Ontario fnrmor hns pliicardod tho problem In letters of llro.
' Ilo put Insldo tho' bond of ut barrel of,-apples;
,   ,."l got 70s, for thla .Barrel of Anpleo,   What did you
pay for It?" ' r
fc   Tho Winnipeg consumer who lio'iighl thin barrel of npplns
^pnld Five Dollar* and    Twenty.flve Cents for It,
That Ontario farmer Iiiih mado history. ITo has dono
moro Hum all tlio Committees of Congress, ItoynrOomnils-
nloiis, Hoards of Trado and Chambers of Commerce on two
Continents. Ho has stated tho problom of tho high cost
of. living,"���Wlunlpcg Telogram, Nov, 10th.
A Moving Melody
Old IUttlolKh.l nftor thlnUii.K ri\ot\\b
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Ing cotisvimod downstairs, was just
droppiiiK off to sleep when ho was
r6ti��od by a mooning noise from below, , .   ���
Kva, ho hallowed, making his way
to tho top of tho stitirB. Hval What
on earth Is Mint howling down there?
Howling, pa! camo in shocked
Imips, Why, It's Mr. Olniffor singing "Lovo mu'and the world Is uilnw,"
Then for goodness sake" lovo hlni,
growled lllffielgh, and p'raps thb silly
young nss will bo going to look after
his property,.
lie has dcmentTntM ����� th* fnrnixr* nf'th�� Went n BtnrHInn fact. No
mnttrr vdint It cost to'the farmers to' produoa those npplea, he had to
accept the prlee which the middleman attached���vl*, 70e,���hut Immediately the middleman was able to attach the price to the consumer-^
$5,28,   '     ���
Tho same thln'o Is true with everything raised by the- farmere of the
Wen. The price thty receive from ths m'tdl'tm-n Is -ittaehed fcr
them, but Immediately the middleman attqehee the "price to the cov
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Refuse lubttitutes for SCOTTS, 1  Scott & Ttavrnc, Toronto, Ontario [ 12-63  1;V.V.  RARE GEMS STOLEN,  Thieves,. Loot A Jeweler's     shop  ���������". Something Like * .Record Time  In Paris .V theft of' about '"$60,0Q0  Worth-of jewelry .was,carried:out with'  ojctraofdliiar'y, daring and In'less than  :nvo -.minutes': ina* jowoler'a 'shop ht  the -corner of the Pldco.de l.'Opera in  Paris, early yesterday morning,-    .-  A'A.fortnight'ago the'Soclete Gener-  ,alo gave up Its little branch office next  . door tto..the shop of M. Clero; the jeweler,' at No. 4 Place do rOpera".   The  Jeweler, took ever the premises of tho  ���������bank to Increase his "own space,-aiid  the .wall, between, the two buildings  Ispartly down'. .' . . '       -    ��������� ������������������ ,  ' -The Inquiries;made by the pollco  S,1>,b,,o1,6ca to,,.,. SocW' G.% '&^S������ ������������?*������ t������o b.K  'His.opportunity came'whon. at 7  o clock this morning, the' watchman  went outside,,tho. Jowoler's shop'' to  wind up'the iron shutter.- Then the  thief must have, slipped into-tho shop  through tho'hole In >tho wall,-ami  rifled the many cases ofjewelry standing ready to lis hand."   '  .Whether, this theory be truo or not,  there is. no doubt that tho thief "got  clear away with maly, valuable rings  and a diamond necklaco and other  jewelry to tho valuo of $00,000.   -���������  ILLNESS OF, THE CZAREVITCH  *-   11 ii . . <i .  MwaMyi:0J;,|h8 ' M'<������<������<������   Age.. With  Which.Man;* Princes are Affected  ������J!\.a "I.1,?81*/ ��������������� recent' pronounce-  ������?*wof.#e cz^r'3 P^slclans concerning tho Illness of the czarevitch���������that  the boy-isa haemdphlllc or a bleeder  ���������is the subject of Interesting com-  pltal fiun^nt Issue'of tho Hos-  f j.P.i!,8 tiHa^ that< tll!a strange- and  ei?,W' ^ose.victims bleed  fn^frtlW after comParatively slight,  injuries, -has   occurred   at   iutorvals  'fi?������mg the'"sclo'na,of European'royal  families sinco the middle ages; arid  The Ahny 6f  ��������� Mi  ' Dangerous Talk.   ,.  , her, 1 wish you wouldn't mon-  .'  tlon dishwashing when George ls calling on.nie. ������������������ '���������' ���������.'���������"���������        ���������-��������� ';   -    -  Why not, indeed?." hy .   '   a'  I don't like it.     It Bounds common.  Common, ch?   . We have   to    eat  don't we? .���������. - .." ���������  -'A -��������� '     ������ *.  Of course,  *   And Georgo-knows we eat and uso  dishes? ,        ',,..',  .- That's very'true..'     ,,      ;  X And George also knows that dlshe3  have to, be washed, therefore somebody has to wash them.  But mother���������  Wbat now? ".,'"... ,  -,If you keep oh--talking about it  George may discover-that you make  father wipe Uiem and,'he may think  tlie.sa.me thing .Js. coming to ..him if  he should propose.to iiie.<.    , -  *" i  a-    ' '   ���������''' ,.  .y Somebody Got Left"    '-'.'���������  Theso'. shoes'.sir',-  were' worn-, by  Charles I on his way to be executed  He must havo limped a bit;   ���������  '" , ������* ?lr- ��������� He-walked gracefully and  calmly.,  H'm   I don't   believe   you':   Both  .. these shoes-are for the right foot.   ,'  ..    7 HER  MEMORY LOST    . .  Worn���������,Put Into Hypnotic Trances in  , Effort, to Discover' Her* Identity ���������  , A very ,* strange, and1 ��������� remarkable  mystery, of tho Identity/of a young  Englishwoman in Parls..whd completa-  ly lost .her;, momory'.'eighteen- months  ago;is-still unsolved.1 .���������'���������������������������..:-.  "��������� 'Tall, ������indT.Hlliii, ibluo eyes,, chestnut  hair and a, bright,: happy .disposition,''  this., young   Englishwoman . when -1  A--A.^r������cent-'-v> appeared ' to ,,be  about.SQ,years of age. -���������'.'���������'���������'  '-,.She..K supposed.' to have��������� lost' her  memory,as tlie result'of a* shock.*.' At  one time, when Dr. lo-Menant'des  Uienals;;the .eminent nerve:speciaiist  in charge of the, case, put her into  a hypnotic trance, she gave tho-name  or Alice Meadows..but on-several occasions she. haB declared that her real  name is!-Winifred Courtney Henderson. In hor trances sho 'never''answered to any;name but. Winifred.  This statement .-appears-to be confirmed by,tho fact that she has a trunk  bearing the Initials 'H.C.H.* 'These  letters are'supposed'to. represent the  iiiame of an uncle, Herbert Courtney  Henderson.  SkT nfln 'wt^-of three.   The  hnv������ & f"cour8e' ���������. ftt hemophlllos  Dave just as many skina'as any oue  ? s������(t? wit, one); but that their 1>S  SSVt0ia^oa^p of l^ser degree  whfciTOP ������f co������S������lntioh or blotting  "n������t ,2i "W Powna-loads' to  natural., arrest of hemorrhage after  any except very serious. injuries to  largo blood,vessels; t   \ ��������� .  At tho pres.nt time It would soom  Hint hemophilia is moro prevalent than  ever arnone-prlnecB. . Wlato ft ko  of Albany suffered from, it, and eSK  S hi -?nn?(Muoen ot Spain ls*sald  ibi5 ,ii 'C.t0d byifl andt0 bo.lnciih  iyYL t^1 '".coMMluenco-or hemorr  Iiage Into the Internal ear. '   - "  Rumors are also current that the  Hohonzoilerns ai;o not exempt from It  and that apVne of Queen .Rrary's relations are hemophilic to'a' slight! de-'  gi'co. Tho disease hardly 'ever ol  curs in female.; but it Is handed down  almost .excessively, through the female  U Growing Smaller Every Dajr.  CARTER'S UTTLE"  ; UVER PILLS ������f������  Ksponsible���������they [  Aonlygiveielief^-  -.theypermanently _^  .' cure Consiipd-l  ���������< Cwii. - Mil- '  V lidns'iuij  'JhemfoE',  B.lioas.  toss, Indigestion, Sick Htadoche, SaUow Skin.  Small Pill, Small Doie, Small Prico,  .' Genuine must bear'Signature  wywiiiiiiwHiiitfmi^Bi  . ���������"    EDUCATION'PAYS  Look about yoii and seo'how trained  brains win bettor salaries than train-  ed: muscles,, . We train'young men  and women to uso their braln3 in business. '.   They succeed..,    Why   not  you?     Wo invito you to write for a  copy of,our curriculum If you-'want a  e<Jod .training.for. a,business,ofllco or  wish to>'bccomo.a competent tolegraph  operator...... Write W. II; Shaw, Presi-  dent,'Shaw's  Schools, "Toronto;  Can-  Rda. , ��������� 'u"- ��������� ��������� *> -  -.,   ' ,  _.   "KITCHENER"   OF  TURKEY  Held  His .'Own Against.Bulgarians  In title, Nazlin  Pasha, the Turkish   Minister   of!I  War,  and    com-  ma:.der    of, theM  army,', defending.;!  Constantinople, 13!  now known 'as VieA'Kitcherier of Tur.t-1|  ey.'-'He is rated the best soldier In  Turkey.       --'���������...' ���������..  '-Tlio Pasha's defonco of Constantinople,Is a great surprise to the European  powers,.who predicted an easy victory  for the Bulgarians.  '   *     '  - Whether, when the tumult; of war  has died down, Constantinople' shall  uo eft in tho hands of tho Turks, or  shall boahanded'over to one of the iu-  ��������� lions whicli hnvo battled thoir way to  Its gutes or shall be ruled by. n\eom-  mission of the powers is. ono'of th'o  principal vexed questions arising out  of tho TurkislMJalkan' war, ' So  much depends upon its proper settlement that lt cannot bo recaprtrxi \\v\tt.  ���������   Sanol's Ariti Diabo.e.. ,  is.tbo only remedy which h?s  a record.of complete cures  Price $2;po at Most Leading  '. .'  ' Druggists. *���������     '.  THE SANOL MFG. CO., Ltd  ,   '    Winnipeg,' Man.   A  cannot bo regarded light.  :, The transition from'..winter'sAcold  to Bummer's -heat -frequently' puts %'  strain~upon the-'sys'teni that prodiices'  - internal complications,' always painful  and- often ...serious. 'A .obmmon; form  of disorder Js���������dysentery,.' to*���������..which'  many are prone In the spring and sum-  mer.* Tlio'very;best medlclne'to uso  In r subduing this painful ailment Is  Dr. J, D. Kellogg's Dysentery; Cordial. It Is a standard remedy sold  .frery where.,  Sho is a wise' woman -who laughs  only at the right time.  Wlfo���������What 13 meant, John by. the  phrase, carrying coal to Nowcastlo?  I-IiiBbaiid--It is . a ' metaphor, 'my.  flear, showing the doing of something  that is unnecessary.  Wife���������r don't exactly, understand,  wive mo .an -Illustration���������a familiar  l������ne,  Husband���������Well, if I,were to bring  rou homo a boolc entitled How to'  Talk, that would'bo carrying coals to  Newcastle. - -  The woman says that,she was born  n India and lhat sho remembers Simla and Bombay,' and that' her father  and uncle were officers In the British  army. Slie also rimembers a certain. Captain Andrews who-used, to  visit lier.ifamlly. .  , In'.her/childhood, she-says, she had  a governess called Bella, who leffto  marry.-a Mr. Harding," and thoy may  have gone to live at Chatham.  .When Bella left to .ba married Miss  Jf^a^rjpjKvmit_JoLa_cbnvejif_af^Tp������..  wlch. -  The,detaiia'she gave of this'  convent .were  so complete  that the  Aboe Hornoh, .who   has    conducted  many, inquiries for, the voun-? woman  accompnnIed.,her to Ipswich to test  her story;. .    ���������    , _    '  -'All the! particulars she gavo.of the  convent nnd the neighborhood and tho  names of, the strcots'' were found to  bo exact, but at" the convent, no' ono  knew her.   ,  'Before leaving It she'recalled that  bIioi was'shipwrecked'  between   New-  haven and Dieppe whon traveling with  a woman.'-- s , .'  SULTAN'S   HOUSEHOLD  ' ������������������'    '   OF INFIDEL  JN   FEAR  Some of the ehorltythat begins'at  homo Isn't   .worth . making   a-  fuss  Mlnard'e  Liniment- Cures oiphthcrta  - Vanishing Under Water Gun ���������  One of tho now Bub'maririos, E.I.,  was* launched nt Chatham "on Thursday, The. vessel wlll.hnVo <i speed  of fifteen knots and has boen flttml  w th vory powerful oil englnos' in  which oil * of, an oxcbptlonaily high  flash point can bo used without any  danger of an explosion within tho  Bill p. Sho is moro powerfully arm-  od,tian any previous'submarino and  carries a disappearing gun.'  Hubby's rault  I am surprised that you are not a  miffrngotto,  It ls nil my husband's fault,  Why, I thought ho wanted women  to voto?  Ilodoes.   '  A Fatal Ailment  PaBBcngor���������I haven't seon mil Jones  who was conductor on tills' car for a  long timo,  Conductor���������No, Bill hln't on tho  rond no more,     He got oolor-bllnd.  Passenger���������Color blind?  Condnotor-YoB. Ho couldn't boo  which was his and which was tho  company's,  1  She liad Such  Beautiful Hands  Hue it wa* ptrlectly evident  Uc\t ������1i" \\t-,\ Ciy?M>, tlie  original- lin ml  cleaner, to ve.  tiinvetlicxrlme  of homework,  Hand clennnm  !>v nny ntlie.  iinme do net  emell n* txreet,  Avoid rani:  itiillntlutii.niiil  remember the  name 06  SNAP  Otiii trtm yi-\t ,'nVr t������.^_.   ������������*��������� lO:||������flH,  W. N. U. 028  Women of the" Imperial Harem In a  State, Bordering Upon Panic,.  In' Constantinople thero was u,v  doubted constornntlon. at Dolmabag-  jichch Palaco, which- tho sultan inhabits with his household.  The fear that- tho Bulgarian army  mny after all manage lo break through  tho leliatalaja lines' and enter the  *K, lns bocomo active in tho minds  of thoso, rosponslblo for tho safety of  the city, mul this fear has boen communicated to the royal palace.  Every preparation for flight has  been mado. floats are ready in the  .posporous " adjoining tho palaco  grounds, and -the flight to Asia, ilrst  ���������to Scutari and thonco ,to Droussa,  could bo accomplished at a moment's  notice;  . Nevertheless, tin .women of the lm-  porlal harem,, with their attendants,  numbering many downs, aro In a  statobordorlng on panic, and the'chief  ,ounuch has, boon making dally rounds  of tho apartments, trying to rcassuro  tno foninlo moinborn of tho household  that thoro,la no danger and that the  army la slill p.blo to dofend tlio.capital against,tho Infield. ' nut with all  theso efforts thero Is undoubted panic  In tho liarom, ,   .  Thero nre no groat twisnros to take  away. When Sultan Abdul Ilamld  was dethroned lila pHcoIohr oollnct-  lens wore confiscated and distributed,  so Utile of groat value was loft'to hln  Biiaocsflnr, and ��������� Vllcllss Kloslc, ' wlioro  Abdul Hamid lived, wnn oIoboiI perm-  iinonUy, Tho new sultan remnliiod  In his old home������, where ho had boon a  prisoner for io mnny years.  Klimill Pasha Is constantly In at.  tendance on tlio sultan, who awaits  with feverish anxiety any reports from  tlio front, hoping agalnut hopo that  victory may yet como to tho O'.o-  man nrnis.  Marchlno Orders  Thomn'Bj crlod tho boy'H father, In  surprise.      Vout      Surely   holiday  time haa r.rl cnu- y.l?     I i;iutlti;,  tho ond of the t������rm wns'nnt for nn-1  other month,  That's right, answered his boii, nnd  looked thoughtfully nbout tho placo,  ���������nut why���������why haven't you slaved  on?'  Ch'nnijnil my jn'n^, ^.in;" JJ;; '���������-' '  reply. And I'm not going back,  either!    .Don't liko the school,  Ihit, Thomas, expostulated the grieved, parent, It Is nn excellent establishment. That school has turned out  Bomo of tlio amnrlott men In tho country I   ,'. ���������      *  Know- nil about that, roturncd the  Iiollilny-innVer sorrowfully, And It's  turned mo out, tool  ���������..-. T... .      lm mit !__________________  Nino or ton of tho members of  tho New South Walos loglslaturo hnvo  dec lnr-d to accept tho Inoronso to  tholr salarlos  voted by parliament  CANNOWWORK  ; WITOMF0W  THE OLD PAINS AND.ACHES ARE  ., NOW   ONLY   A   MEMORY       ,  Tells of the Wonderful Benefits Ob-  tallied From  '   DR. CHASE'S :  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Like many another Newfoundlander living far from doctors, Mr. Stone  feels unbounded gratitude for the toi-  fits obtained from the .use' of-'T)r.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.   <> ���������  v.. ^  Fpr years he, had-suffered 'from'a  congested condition bf tho liver and  kidneys, with, headaches', backaches;  pains in limbs .-and ,'body. " Words  fail to-describe-his'sufferings as well  aa thogratitude -he ���������wants__to_exuress  "lor the -pure.      ���������='  ~^        ��������� y-   :  Mr. - ^lex . J. ' Stone.^West'aPoint,  Nfld., .. writes:-"I Buh>ose you  though t.i-had forgotten all \5bout you  when t got Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver"  Pills,, but I haven't. You must, excuse., mistakes, .for'like many Newfoundland', men I have,not- much education, but I want to thank you many  times for your medicine. - '    -  "I cannot' toll you. what t suffered  from liver and kidney derangements,  Indigestion and constipation, nor can  I find words to express how much  good this; medicine has dono me.-, I  feel better than I have'for flvo years  nnd hnvcj given some of theso pills  to frionds, who toll me they have dono  them a wonderful lot of good. I want  'to express my heartfelt gratitude for  tho heiiQfitsMorlvcd from the groat  medicine;."     ,  Dr. Cljnse's Kldney-Llver Pills, one  pill n. do>e, ������5e. a bo\-,,nt all dealers  or Ldmajisqii, Bates & Co.,-Limited,  BEST  W.H. Storey & Son, ltd.  ACTON, ONT^  PARDONED BY CZAR.  Act Is Thanksgiving  for the  Recovery, of His Son  It Is announced that an' imperial decree has been issued pardoning  a soldier who on October 23 was condemned to -penal .servitude for life  for leaving the ranks during av recent  review' at Moscow in order to hand a  petition to tho Czar.  The decree says: As an expression  of my thanks for the grace, of God  which has granted recovery to the heir  to the throne, I, pardon private Dafch-  urin -his grave offence. - .'; ������������������  . What -virtually amounts to'a gener-  ol strike was,declared inUie'factorlss  ���������and workshops iirst~"Petersburg.yes-"  terday as a' protest against the death  sentences passed' on seventeen men  of tho Black sea fleet, who were found  gultty of being concerned in revolutionary propaganda. Many, arrests  were made.   .  THE ALBERTA'HOTEL  . 715 MAIN STi? WINNIPEG  A few titan south of C.P.R. Dijj.1  Rate* |i,so to (2.09 per ity  ****m^mmmmmmmm*m  .    Culelnt unexetlltd  H������t ,������n# e������N���������w5ttr. In *v*ry Veera  -'������������������ ������������������  . Hetel   practically, -Flrepreel ���������  All Outside Roomi "  Snapshot, of Sultan  Mohammed    V,  Leading rthe  Royal  Palace In  ; y His Carriage  -Constantinople is,one of tho largest  cities of the world;     its population  s.w,eI1 over a million, of'whom, two-  thirds are Mohammedans. Tho remainder are divided among a-grea*  number of, nationalities, for Constantinople is regarded as the most cosmopolitan city in the world. There are  gathered men and women from every  far aud'near corner of. the earth': The  city is also cf great commercial importance and under progressive civil,  lzedrule would--become a lcadln������  center.  .. D  >      Everybody.likes the'  WALKER HOUSE  :,"The House of Plenty'!  -  TORONTO'S FAMOUS  American and European'Plans  'Geo.   Wright & Mack Carroll '  ���������.' Proprietors  Toronto,;  Pretty Personal  ' In' one, of the largo cltios a street,  car collided . with n-. milk cart and  sent can nftc-r enn of milk splashing  into the street. Soon a largo crowd  gatherod. ;a' vory, short miin coming  up had to:stand'on tiptoe to seo past  a stout woman In front.  Ooodne#! bo exclaimed,' Wlmt an  awful  waste,  The stout w.om..n turned around and  glared at, tho littlo man and said,  stonily: Mind your own business!  ���������What Matter Which?  When the news became" known, his  fellow-clerks gathered around and congratulated him.  But, said one man doubtfully, I understand tho girl you're engaged co  is a ,twln. Bit nwkward, isn'Mt? How  do'you tell tho difference between her  and her sister? ,.  Tho man who had 'just spent six  weeks' salary on an engagement ring  smiled indulgently.  Tut! That's hU right, they're a jolly  nice family, anyway, and I'ndveJ  bother very much which ono it is.' ������������������  A Simple and-Cheap. Medicine -  A simple, cheap and., effective medicine is something to be desired. Thero  is no medicine so effective a regulator  .otilie-dlgeBUve-systeift-asrPannBlbe's1  Vegetable Pills. , They are simple;  they are cheap, they can bo got any.  where, and'thelr beneficial action will  prove tholr' recommendation. 'Thoy  are" the medicine of tho poor man and  thoso who wish to escapo' doctors'  bills will do woll 'in giving them a  trial. '  BraAKBrMAPLE  BUTTER  <AH grocer*' 25c. lb.1 Tin  Ship Your ���������  HIDES AND  FURS  to  McMillan fur & wool Co.,  y      *       Winnipeg   Va������.lt;b3  Mlr.ard's Liniment Cures Distemper  .One on the'Barber  Customer���������Is it truo. that tho odgo  of a razor Improves if it.is,laid aside  for a whllo after honing It?  Harbor���������yes,'sir. "'  Customer���������Then   you'd hotter   lay  aside tho razor you've just used on mo  for about a thousand years.  Why She Resigned  Miss aingwoll had beoiv a momber  of the choral socloly over sinco It wna  formed, and It wns undoubtedly true  that hor flrflt youth had waned, nut  tho choirmaster'was astounded ro-  eontly hy the news that she had ro.  signed hor membership,  noslgnod! ho gasped,, nut what-  ovor for?  Well, I don't know nyantly, snid the  Hocrotnry but 11. strikes mo that It may  have something Tq do with thn solo  wo picked for lior ht tlio next performance,  ,  Why? What Is It?  "I once wnn young, but now nm old."  Overcoats for Paupers  tn Camborwell, London, Huglanrt lho  guardians are proyHlIng thn Inmates  of tho local workhouse tvllh overcoats  wltt. which to visit tholr friends during lho wlnlor wonthB,  *mmtlmm'mm'm^m***^^*aa***m*mm*  s Mixed Brood  In Capetown, a lien ostrlo'i  o:i a farm belonging to Plot Grogorlu..  nirtuvplt, nonr '/nndnprult, qmiH,  Africa, Is roaring a brood' nf diiekllngii  nud Hu'ihei.iu; an orphan puppy,  ��������� ������������������������������������������*  Uieleis Watchdog  Unknown burglars In Berlin entered  lho bedroom of Iierr Sondormnnn nt  and Jewels to lho valuo of |1800 with-  out awaking iho owner or lho watch,  dog which olopt nt tho foot of tho  bed, *  I foar I have mado a mistake.  Why?.  Ilo proprmod In a taxlcab. Tho  minute I aocoptod him ho paid tho bill  nnd wo got out and walked,  Burglar Left His Csrd  A   London   r^am.-.n   from      lho  cruiser Diamond who was son tonne d  at Harwich for hurglnrv, wna hoirv-  cd by dropping bit leave tinkot on llie  stops of tho houso ho broke Inlo,  ��������� * ��������������������������� ���������   ���������     i urn.  You, OorJollr., there were false pro  phots centuries before tho weath.ir  bureau was tstnbllsbcd.  Model  Breakfast  ���������has charming flavour ancl  wholesome   nourishment���������  Post  Toasties  and cream  This delightful food, made  of Indian Corn, is really  fascinating.    ' ,  Corn,suysDi; Hutchison,  a noted English authority,,  isoneof the ideal foods.  i As made into Post Toasties, it i_. most attractive to  the palate.  "The Memory Lingers"  Sold by grocers*'.  Packages 10 and 15 cents  Undo |n Canada by  Canadian i'ostum Cereal Co.,  ltd., Windsor, Ontario.  A Tjmely' Warning  For an hour tho cauthas batsman  had faced Iho bowler.*!, but ho wa . not  to.be tempt"!. Not a mlitnrv r.m  from his bat-had beon re<5'.-<tor..d.  Gradually tho fielders closed In  around him and waited engorly for  the catch thp.r.nevor cami>. .  And gradually the light failed. It  was essential his wicket should bo  captured, so closer crept tho fielders, till at lnst tlioro was scarcely'  breathing room,  Most of lho spectators had go-to  homo or gone to sleep,, But "suddenly  on tho sllont air came a volco from  tho pavilion,.  Look out. Jack! sounded tho" warning ery. They'ro nil around youi  Take care you don't got your pockot  picked.  THE JOHN INGUS CO., Limited  , Engineers and Boilermaker!    '-  Boll4rs  ,of   all'   kinds���������Engines.  Punipo, und Heavy .Plat* Work  ;   Writ* us for Prlcee  ,14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs.Wxnblow's Soothing Svrup linn bee������  uaetl for over SIXTY YKAKS by MILLIONS o���������  MOTHUKS for tlieir C1IILUKKN WHILH  TBHTIUNG, with PBRl'HCT SUCCESS. It  SOOTUB3 tlie CIHM>. SOl'TBNS the GUMS,'  ATJ.AYS all PAIN; CURBS WIND COLIC, und  U the bent remedy for I'lAKUHCiJA. It Is nb������  solutcly harmless. lie sure and nalc for "Mn.  Winslow's" Soothius Syrup," ond take no othw ,  kind., Twenty-Bve cents a bottle'  T wns cured of tnrrlblo lumbago by  MINARD'S I.INIMI.NT.  ' RKV-.  WM.  IlTtOWN,  I was euro:! of a baft ante of oaracho  by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  , MRS.  S.  KAUL1UCK.  T was cured of Honsltlvo lungs by  MINARD'S LTNIMWNT.  MRS. S.  MASTERS,  $65 to $200  ^������J.m,\v������������iT:on������ln P n������*'*Y protonninn, .  KlMa Z'tllTtkhWA *  WiJC.H00L 0F TRACTIONEERINQ  1 100 PINE LAKE AVE,, UP0RTE, IND. '  CANCER  nomt  Ireiilmtnl .amoved  '"���������P'roiMlhlilidy'ibriiil  Old torei, ule������ra and  THE CANADA CANCER IN8TITUTB, LlMt'  ,, ��������������� CHORCHILU AVI,, TORONTO  Miria  The Doctor's Little Dodga  "Vet, said the doctor, you nro In a  very bad way. You must follow my  instructions' carofully,  T wlll, doctor, nald tho patient,  Now, to hpfiln with, you eat too  inueli. You must cut down ymr  nil Cher's and grocor'n bills by ono-  half,  I'll do It, doctor.     *  Right. Now, how do you go to tho  office every day?  By street car.  Thnn you must walk. Do ym visit  theatres?  Yen, often.  You must glvo them up, Do yon  smoko?  You must atop.  Do you drink? " '   Yep,  You nvmt <*\vn vrt nM '!rln!'.!r," ?'-  a couple of months,'and by thnt"tlmn  yon will probably havo saved ������3o.h0  which Is what yoa owo mo for last  year's  mmllcal attendance.  Hunters and Trappers  Ship your Funi nnd Taxidermy Work  to tin*  INDIAN CURIO CO.     .  640 Main Street, Wlnnlpeo  Duyeri   of   Raw   Fura.   Prlca  Lliti  **m**t***t*.  SimuI l'ost Card today for, how lo mako  Boys  "Easy Pocket  and  Monoy"  [Now'HtlwTliii.. Ailitrou  1 P.O. no������12B0, Montreal  Spoiled Hia Record  oi������������no ������tioni-ii-.fA,   auer   jir.ictlDlnil  ono evening, ^Vi'ro talking In tho pa.  vlllon about   record   performance.  After a fmv   wonderful   ovon In   had  been related ono of Ihoir number not.  od as a bad bowler uud bntHinan, bo.  gnnr  Well, ehnpfl. Ah dnrn't mjppoorno an  yo'U lellovo mn but Ah onco scoon^-*  a hundred runn an' follor;^ it nn iVv  l.ek^������n'.niuo ,''t;'(0,fl' nn' All hev noa  doubt but Ah hIiiiJ hev   telckon   th'  other un, but���������  Hut whnl? nuerlrd his llBfonera, ni  tho upoaker hoslifttod,,  But my alarum cloel: went off an'  wakkened too ub.  WOWT.T) YOU 1,1 KI3 TO T.BAIlN THIII  nmliUldiiN n-pniHtniHiivo In   ovory   city  md   town  to limidln mockn,  boi <1������  nnS  oicbn nnd lmVo,.mrn 1100 to 1600 ioi-ho. .'  nioriKnuoji; npnlicnnt tnuat furntHh rofoi-.  o|icm nud linvp4from 1100 to 1600 poi-hom.  ItoborWn; BS'Colbornr^tr^'To^'tS.  Jailbird's Oaxotte  In    Sydney,   thn   first     number  of lho Compendium, a newspaper for  prlRnncrB. hnt nnrtonroi* ot    ���������ai.^n/1,,>  Tho paper, which"I* under tho'supor".  vmlon of tho comptroller general of  prisons, will circulate in all two Jalli  of Now South Wales.  Halfpenny Dinners for Poor Children  In tfnglnnd, tho London y������-  ���������il^rlan Aiuoclntlon haH decided to  mipply tho ponrem rust r-tid school  children with halfpenny dinners dur������  lm. tho winter at Ilrunswlck' haH,  Whltcchnpel road.  -,-   M'  Tho moro :mlns you toko with youi  eating Hit tawor you will have aftor*  Mini. *2z* Vt*^^ty(j_;i  ,      .       a jv" ii   'I       ii    ii     mmmmmmm  J_^^-^J������*������.miW������*>WbaA������  re-frjagA^^.'U.V^&a^ W������������NWHWWHBa9������|)BWi)^^ _, . -1     ,  tvy^^flffit^Tfl *? V^T- ftitftfWit Ifl m  OuiBtetal News ,  :-,-rry Tuesday by ,the  i A Cumberland  t-.hitig   Gonapany.  >������t-  :'..'j;>.];.')!* will m>t hold  itself  ���������: .,s.;!'ln Tor the opinions of otH-  a* .luy .Appear iu its columns  fi*oiu \h\\xi to time.  WK^NESDAV,   FEU. 13, 1������13  ������������lf<������������lW<|iVf"������*  i v  ���������-., x  ���������S-'ayward U-iiid District,  Di-uiUt of Comox.,  i-J NOTICE lhat Mary Thulin of  . C, oecnyMtiau married   wom-in  ���������no   ii> ,'ip.ly for permission lo pur-  ��������� k ���������   t!iC following described lands:���������  -'��������� i-.-.u*!:^ At a post'planted at   the  ��������� , iai;fti writer of T. L.  No, 4..33S.  -c- \-\td\  ������n chains, thence wesi 40  ��������� ��������� >!���������'., i.-.t-.ice  south 5,11 clnins more or  . ������������������  ';.-���������-1- line, thence along the shore  . 1-rtiiia tnuie or less to plac- oi  v;";A ���������.' ~oi\i-\ininjt ?oo, acresjwne or  NOTlC.: is hereby given, that, application will be made to the Supejinlend-  ent of Provincial police for a renewal of  the hoi������l license'. 0 sell liquors by retail  in and upon the'premises known as the  New Hotei Heriot, situated on Let 4m  Subdivision of tots Northeast quarter  of Uutsi&.Heriot friy, S������ywant Pis-  tf'ct������ 11. C. !'     "  JOSEPH DICK, Applieunt,  Dai^l Decrs&h, 1912,.  11  NOTICE U toorofcy gJven th;t ������yph-  I oatieu will be wade to tho Superinteud-  <������to! ytoviucinl Polwo, Victoria for a  license to sell liquor., by wh>les.ile upon  the piomiio* sitniti^on I+ot 6, Mock 15,  Cuoboilaod Totvnsito,.Cumlxil������������d, B. C  Oi^Ll MUSSATTO,   Ap;>linu.t.  Duted tUi3 IS h diiy of Dec 1912.  t^  GEORGE VERDIER,  ������gcnt for M.iry Thulin  ;..3I   13Jh_   ^.12,  ,   :..s/war������t Laud District,  l>tstric6 of Comox.  '{AKE NOTICE that Charles Thulin,  vi .lAixl, ilC, oGcu*jr.tior_ merchant, in-  ':.*-jiir. to apply for  permissi cnto   puif-  ���������-^se the Uu* following ccsestbed land .���������  '". .mncnri.-.i* at a post* plf-.uted in Crowns  ti'v :ii ir.t: north-east corne* of T. L  hi'.lC,    V-.V'K  .-. > ;'ij. Ar. iii,,i.  thence easi   So chains, |  y i'i sl-^re Wna, thence south -20 chains  mon*;'or less along shore line- to place of  Oe,;inning containing i6p,acccs. more,- or  ���������>'.���������������*,_ '".  ' 6'EORGE VERDIER  Agent fo: Ckicles Thuli������  ^),itc"August 'iih,' 1912    LF YOU WANT  LUMBER  SEE  IIS  Cow ox Sawmill Co., Limited,  Ooinox,   B. C.  SALE OF WORK.  LABOUR COMMISSION  SITTINGS of* tbo Provincial Labour  .���������.M_i ^inc.  t,i   ������. i_ E^     is3-;oa v,m bebaldastoliw-:-  west ������0   chains,, thenee 1 ; , Anu   ..t  \   NanM.no���������Monday, February  Utn, at  :8.p. mH Court-houss. ' /'  'euiaborlV'Hl-'Widaesday, Feb mry 10.h,  at Sp., m.  Albacai���������MomTay. FeTsruiry  i-f'h, nt  i8p���������m������ -��������� "  I   LadysiftiWs���������Taes^iy, l7ebn������iry   23 b,  jat3.30p. na,  "Steve-tp'n���������IsJon6i������y, Masoh 3rd, at 2.80  (iP- w-  ChilHwns*6���������"HaosSbijr Ma������c&' 4th,  at  2.3ftp.m. .  New VYeetmius^er���������Taawdoy^ M-irch 6.  ^iLvwar-d kand Distrv.t.  1   H-.stricjtrof Como-4.  TARr- NOTICE lUftt- ������ieor&&, Vcudi  . ������r, ni L'.::ni��������� IJ.C.,. occu-patjon-, r  ::i:ciul:, !--.- .-ipoiy for permission to> paf-11^ n a���������in.������CiDy Hall  v-a;;!^.* thr i.^loa'.virry, desenbect  LTnas:���������  '���������v.-).j\r,V-r_r-cir.>. at a>  po&t plasiietl.- Jit  thtji  -ro-ti:: .ve-it. cornef ot/Lot ^tjicnce aorth  j.i A. i'i*.-'; to, tbe shore liiie, thence-follo.'v  4^hs-^'*re-lM^omid-tb^,point_la.tJ_e  SJiiSpoi beginning-., ~*  -..   GEPB.CE. VERDTER-  .^pjilieaai- ^  liii-f. \ugv,ti P-.th, iv)a-'2i  VfaccoawB���������Fridayv. Marsh TXb-r at 10  al nu, Cw������r*-h������n������3.      ,        ���������     .    -y  The CoB.rci3si-m ������ einijowsi-ed' te-'in-  . c_uii?e"iB.to all ma1 ten' afT^tiug- tlio condi-  ' tioo? nf labous in British Columbia. A U  per80Tf3"inlere_t.d-&re~in7.ited-a-tc>-at.''.eacl-  {aai gi'������ evi*leuce.  ii. Q. P_tItSO-N3  Chairman  Sayward Land D'tsuie!?..  District of Comox-.  TAKE NOTICE   that  Fred Thulin,  f������f !..i'iul, liC.j.occupation   merchant, ia-  w.,.',; to.apply for- permission- to-  ou^v-  ���������itvise   ihe- folloAving dfescribed latvdu���������  ^ Mi.p.eRcing'&t a post "planta<l m the  ..)i h-aisi curner of-Timber   Eease- No.  ;;,-i35|. tlieiicc  ivest' 80   chains,, thence  3-i.iih Si (.tviiins,.thence e.ist ?o chains.to  ?j!ie s!*osc line^ thence- following shore  ^1 mi n trth Sb chains, more or less to. the  Ij.ncc ������f bsginsmt;. comajiiing.- 64*1 acres.  mow. on Icsi^  ��������� GEORGE VEkDIER  A-genti fot Fred 'Ehulin  ~:������iie f:.ii;;i\%l iqihi H}j2,  F��������� R. MeNA^virA  Secretary  jn30  IN THE SUPREME COURT W BRIT  I3H COLUM BrA��������� NANAXAI0  BJBQISTItY  "LIOJJOR'. LLCEN'S���������E::ACT,",  (Section $)���������  NOTIG'-E is lrcreby i?ivcn,.thnton. [be  jdb day oi Octobev  next,  application  "iif,'\ !}���������*. uvtde to the  Superintendent  of  !Tovir.ci.������l Pbhcchr tlw tra������3farof the  witlor the sale  of  liquor by  retail  ���������.vr.nd iinomtheiweixiisos knowrns the.  ^'illu-vs f'ioid, &itwuc at Campbell Riv-  n\ Hnt-iti Columbia, fronv ChurleaiThu-  in',n-l J''.ijier_on'illann.in  to   Chanlcs  ���������I i.M'.m. A Campbell River, Britisl^Col-  "n\,hi;i,  L'atcd tins .4,tb d:iy 01 Sept., 1*9u  THUUN & HANNAN  Holdcrsjof License  ������1HM.1j.ES. THULIN  Applicint Hn- Transfer  B '     ���������  Ib tHargopiTs of WalTnce A. Sfi-djfcLn 1,  albo known*m Willliaoi Vt. A; atjiclScas.d.  lece ������d, lateetate.,   .  *T.\JJ*;ffil NCMTCB, ibRt' \>rote*r ol His  i;Hiii.8*, Jud-Ra Barker,. mado in. thoiab-'Vf  liUuuat <w-the 13i-h diwof Nbveni,I**r 101 (2  theiUftiioeiiij.neiJ.was  iiiipnintMl AiihiiM*  [f_ra..)r ot tii-* ct.iato of the isu^i'.-imiuud  [.deceased, who died   at, j������; jt/Und m th������.  'Stnto ofOregon, obb of ���������!������ 'Uiiifled StuttB  i������|  America, on or ab, v>t do- 2ilt������lj day of  1,'May, lIHSj intestaW.  All uccouutia and A'.vma agaiant the  Biiidohiito md nil nooounts <lno tho naid  outtite muHt bo presented and paid n speck  ively on or beforu tho 1st day of Muioli,  1918.  ���������  W.W.  WILLARD  Official Administrator..  Gombsrland, ~B. C������  I  IIT THB COUNTY COU11T fVP NANAIMO* UOIiDHN AX CUMB13ULA.ND.  ^.-lyvarJ I^atiA District  Di'Arict of Say ward  'L'AIC'.i notice that Wil'Itain  J lines (>i"son, of Vancouver, oc-  i-i^lloii, pp.i.it������r, iutomls lu ftp-  fi/ Ua piMiMssion^toJiJureliosc  ilio fnUowiny cteseribc] laiulB.a���������  Ctuntnenehig nt a post. jito-nrteA a������  ������U:iiu8 tast of the north east cor-  ������tir of Timber Llcanso 325^> tbcii-  *c cast 2^ *rh,l"i"'- thenoe south  20 cliRitirf, thence won 20 *hftln������,  ilwnce north ao clmins to point |  vt comrer-Biificuient, wontaining  ^^ dew* vooro or lc������s, nnd ia bc-  twecu V/liitc tint) bahnwi rivers.  V/ii.mam: Jamhs Gibson  ������., Maurice Garter, Agent,  Dyte Af.gnst-sxst,, 1912  y \aaA-  7\  h    {t,'lff  ' I I  ���������.Itl|������  FOK SAU  f^i./it-.'. ...n''.i; 1 - ;  A'dJ.f"' l'.'ti':.';-,  ft'mc, r������, (.'���������.  ...������������.������,-���������������������-������������������������������������-*'���������-��������������������������� ������������������*���������--  I fy i 11* ;*���������������: *>���������-..-!���������, if yp������* **������r������t t;,������-':������ft  "������e.������ u������w.������ic,>>n������WKO0(l\arrivinj  ������f  wary b"������t, ^eBwy  and  i,ui*>factiwi  ^MIt������,l^Ail'  E  In I-.'ohnto3���������  Ip tho witter of the l.i.iC, WilT nrxTTi s-  lnni<y.'t ul Oliarlos Devonport Snyner,  tlro^niio'lr  TUCK NOTICK Out by order of II s  HrwiO", .fudijo fhirkor, mido in 1>i������i nhmo  Cou t on tiitHth day ol Decern' er, JD12,  tho iindoraiKiicd wiih jjnrotctllelt' rn nf od-  tnfui'i'intt-iB wrb \Vdl ihuvwcI of tlio on  tato of Vh������i aboTM-niivwil ii'tnu-lus I> .S.y-  iiivr ilciiuftHiil, who d/fid at Knelt Bay, K,  0., nn or uboit Mny 7th, lUl'J.  All neconnti! n^rilciib tho milfl Eotu'o  Mid nil ncuotnitHi duo iliu miid K tite inunt  bo preneotcd tad paM riBji������������!tJr(>ly on >ir  bof������fo tht mniihy ot Mnr.h, lfrl.T,  W. W. WILLARD  Onieiftl Adii.Jntfl^rntor ;  Cumberland Ih 0. Jnn 2l>ra������r 1 ,  TO DAIRYMEN.  For Sate at a sacrifice���������Two  ���������'Magnet'> Croam KepavatoisftVic  beat .st'pwiKitor on tilt lnaikct  siaes 1 x 3* capacity 350 to 400  tim.  650 to 700 llxi   pe* hour.  Tlii've being absolutely   no  call  ,,,,  . f/>r ������������������.on-ir.-itor:'; in jin/l yOLinrlVie-  ?���������] W\ *W'L tiii*r.^i':il   u,- j.;ivijjj.r ''[i Mu1  1 .-...le ri  th'i'.i  i'i"l oui  .S50  i'ii)  hall" th" \i'".ii\-f ih; ',,'ft  amA'i'60  cttcii, <.;   "::"i.A-������    tl;e  two-     The.se aie the lmtst pat ������������������  terns   never by-n   'w_  of  the  store,    Apply  U. Orubb, 2056 :  ICeiUral liaildiuj^ Viutotia^B, C.[;  Tflrft ,WSW������-"e<������flHS������tAWB-t   B^^IW  3XJi.V"jaii!������ "U^SjawManvsoucatj^rtv-avriW-"'  LAN.D ACT  a ;:..a,  .   Vanoouver Land .X)istribt  ,' .,  District of Sny wanly." Y ; * ~  ," TAKE NOTICE. ihat' Michael '  Young, of Brooklyn. N.ew:York, 00-7  cupmion Janitor, inipr.de to aj'pjy.  for permweioino pbrohaBa the following deeoribod iand������:���������(Jooimen  cing at a post planted 50\chains  north'of the" nortli A\eat%'earner, ox  lot 582,   then .e  east   40"'chains,  thenfce   south   50  qh'aiii*,-ahejio^,:  west 40' chain*, theiice . north  50.  chains to 'point;?! c������'xnraeiicement,  containing 200 ucrei'mo're or ten/  .MICHAEL YOUNG,  Applicant  ThomaB Mntier.Ageut  Da'to October 30th, ,1912.     A /  LAND ACT  Vancouver Land District  District of Sayward ',      l  TAKE NOTICE that  William  Peter Adnma,  of ,N������w- York, New,  York, occupation. .Bulesman,   intends to apply for pernn^joii to  purchase the following .described  lands:���������Corainoncing'    at  a. post  planted at the north-west corner of  llie   south     half   wf.    hi   590,  .h������nee   souih - 8Q_. clmiiw, ihence .  woft,40 chaiup, more or hts tp the  east 'linn -of lot 585, thence  north  80 chains. f thence east 40 chains,-  more or.'leHe to point of commence-,  ment,.containing 320 iicies'm-re or  f ���������*'   WILLIAM PETER ADAMS.  7.   Applicant  ; Thomas Ma tier. Agout  Dat\ October 29th; 1912  CANCELLATION OF. RESERVE  -_ NOTICE   is   hereby given that, the  reserve existing.by reason of the iiotice  published in the British'Columbia ^������2  etie of-;Dccen>ber;-27th, 19n7,:.is cancelled in so Iir.as,the sainerfTclates.iito die  following describeUT^^K i*0. as foTpFr^"8  nut of the. sale, of the timber stinding  thereon.*���������    ^ _   " - ���������';    ;������������������������. ���������  .Commcncw������ at ih'e'.horihieast- coiner,  of'Lot No. 2S49,, Rcdbtida Island,. New ,  \Vestminster District ; thence;east   13  ch������ins ; thence north  4 cli<iin������ ; thence  east    19 chains ^,.' thence J south. 25-  chains; ihence west 32 chains ; more or  le*s to the casi bound-iry of Lot .No.  2849;  thence northerly along: ihe e'ast--  boundaiy of said lot'to  the point of.  eommencemNii ���������, containing by admeiis*  viremenl 75 acres,' moie or less.  ROBERT A. RENWICK,     ,  Deputy Ministcr'of Linds.  Deparlirienl of lands,  Victoria, B.C., December inii, 191a.  dec 24,to mar 26  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 plaoing an Ad in The NEWS.  "NuffSaid."  ff������IWH1iii|-fiiilii������lin(1i"i"  Crown Brand  Brewers' Jried Grains  Jtetu-r. Cheaper ThHn Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & Grain Company, Ltd.  Distributors N_\NAlMO, B. C,  NOTICE. ,  TAKE NOTICE tint an Application  will be made to the Lieutt nant-Governor,in Council nt the Parliament Build*  inifi, Victo'rh; British Columbia, on  Thursday, the 30th day of January, 1913,  at the hour of eleven o'clock ia the forenoon, for the approval of the undertake  inil'of the Campbell River Power Com.  pany Limited, that the conditions of use>  occupation, felling of timber nnd other  conditions provided for in Sections 22?,,  232 and 223-of ihe Water Act bc settled  pursuant to such section?, and that the  time for submitting detailed p'ans of the  Company's works be extended until alter  the flood period of 1913 :  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE  that n copy of the Application i* on filo  in the office of the Water Record-  it for Victoria Water District, and in  tho office of the Comptroller of Water  Rights at Victoria.  DATED hi Victoria, B. C, thin 24th  day of December, 1912 :  ROMiRTSON & HEISTERMAN  Solicitor, for the Campbell Kivei  Power Company Limited,  MAIL -SUUVIOK.  Mails for DiHpatch:���������Vnncott-  vor, Viotoria, Nimnimo, etc:.,  Ttteadfly, 7.15 pAitr, Thnndiiy  aud Saturday, 6 0,  111.  Comox: and District :--Tuos������  day, vas p. in,} Wednesday  uml Fiiday, 4,30 p. in,  S S. Cowioluin, Sunday at a  p. in. nnd Tuesday at 6 a, 111,  Mails   Arriving:���������Vancouver,  Victoria, Nantiiino, etc, Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday rind  I'rid.-iy nijvliK  Comox Di.striut s���������Wodnesday,,  Thursday and Saturday.  VS. 8, Cowiclinn, Sunday mon%-  iup; aud Tuesday about uuou,  :%���������  - a  ���������i'*.i. /> *  ',������'*-  THE  NEWS,   QUiSlBERLAiVp, ; RSfTLSH  COLUMBIA:  '4' '  *"Bv  s  ''��������� NOTICE ia  hereby given that  at. tlie  uoxtuipethigofthe Board otUoenBeCom  ; misaioners of the Citv of Cumberland, I  intend to apply for a renewal ct the hotel license held'by mo for the Vendome  Hotel, situated oui lot 5, blpok'3. Cuniber-  . land TowuBite.      **'    A     *    '   a.-. 7  \      ';���������  '.R.s. ROBERTSON  Dated November 6 thj I912J  ;��������� /'��������� '��������� ���������"  . NOTICE is hereby given thnt at tbe  next meeting of the Board of license Com-  uiUbiouera of thu City of Cumberland, I  nteud io app y for a renewal nt the hot-,  ol license hold by nie for tlie Cumberland  , Hottl, situated on lot I, block li, Cuinler-'  laud Towusi'e. "--,7-.   --Y-.7  ...    \ " WILLIAM MERR1FIELD.  Dated thi������6U������'day of.Npv.,"'l9i2. \  'Mi.  a r NOTICE in hereby Igiven that. at the  next meeting of the Board of License Com-  miiuonen for iho City ot, Cumberland., I  iutend to apply for a renewal of tho wholesale liqnor lice-iaa held by ra**, situated on  lot 0, block 15, Cumberland Townaite,  A' CIALIMU8SATTI;       '.  Dated tbie 6 It day ot Nov,, 10121   ' -  ,: ,  IT ~ ��������� " -  ���������   T~T~T 1   T    ���������������������������������������������mi ������!������������������!_  JI'.  NOTICE ia hereby given thnt at tbe  7 next meeting ot the Board of Lioeuee Com  missioned of tbo City of Cumb.rinud, I  i< lend' to a,ply for a renewal of the hotel liconso hold by ino.for tlie r\Vaverly  '' Ho el, sjtiiated ou lot 2, block 3," Cumber  land Townsite,     .     ' '   ������   *  \-    a ' PRANK -DALLOS ,  ' Dated tl.i������ Clb d iy of-Nov., 1912.  v  ��������� NOTICE is hereby.given tb it at tbe nex;  ineeiug of tbo Boa;d of. Lio n������o Comnii-i  , eionb s of .the Ci*y of Cumberland,! intend to apply for a ronewjil'of .lie whole -  , sale liqnor liceuae held by ml'*, '< Bitnnted  ,   flu lot 12- blook?, Cumberland Towiiaito.  a '   ���������: '.FRANK; SCAVARDO.'.  Dated this 6th day. of Nov., 1912.;  L'A'N-D REGISTRY,ACT.  ��������� In thk< matter '. of- an  application for. a fresh_ Certificate^ Title  . to Lot 54., [Mup Si-iyTownsile of  Courtenay. A;'A,'       ''^  .    NOTICE,:is hnrvby >>en of-.my  .-.inleniio.n at the--expiration.'of-.one  = "calendar niontli' fcoui.the first publication hereof, to it--_.'ueia fresh'Ct-r-  . tifi.sat.e.of.Title in lieu of the Ct-rti  , ficale of  Title, it-pued-'  t6"Jo:eph  .McPhee on the 80; h of-March J905,*  find numbered: 10990,0' which 'haV  bee'n. lost,"-"'':A-:.;������������������ A '     y_ y'  - Dated at fcti nd' Regi it ry Oflice ���������  Victoria,^B; ;C, this ;21st day,of,  December 1912A      '"-  A-     <;  ;_..'    .':���������"��������� AS   Y/AVOOTTON.  Registrar General of Titles.  Tlie Courtenay .'Hotel  Every convenieti'-e for guests.  The Oential Hotul for Sportsmen '  None bin the Best of Wines and , Liquors  at.the Bar,  HATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  ^HHhi^wMwMwW44^HwM4,,Whii  n  o  o  00.  <  \  E  A  6  )t  *  a  T3:  O  O  ^mmt  co  d  n^-  CJ  '03'  ���������  :u)  ���������  ifi  tf  f  g  i  >  x Notice is' hereby given, that- at* the  nevt meeting of. the 'Board.' of License  Commissioners I intend io apply for a  renewal of ihe hotel license held by .ine  for the New England Holel/sttuatedon  block 3, lot 3, Cumberland Townsite. *���������' -  .'/..,.- - ' jOSEl'H;WALKER  DatedNov, 7th, 1912;     A     - ,  %YflfiflD  ���������'.iaifee.'jiEfos  " NpTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date application will,be made^ to  tlie' Superintendent of Provincial Police.  Victoria, B. C.', for a renewal of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in ihe  hotel known as the Port Augusta Hotel,'  situated at Comox. B. C.     , /  Amos Cottjncton,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912 ,��������� '  NOTrcE-is hereby given that  on the'.first', day oE December  next application will be.made lo  TheSiiporintendent of Provincial  Police, Viotoria, B.C. for ate-,  newal oftheh.te' license to sell  liquors'- by retail iii the hotel  known as alie Mala?piua Hotel,  situated at Li'iiid/B. C. :  '    /;     . A 'FRED THULIN  Dated October ICtii. 1912  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  The great Uterine Tonle, ������md  omly aaia effectual Monthly  iReKulntwon which women cau  aopend. - Sold in throo dogreofi  ot 8trongth���������No. X, 81; J?a S,  10 dcjrrooa stronger.  d oy  paid, on rocc:  0.81  fo^.epcciol.eafies^ ^5'pbr" bat.  _*  ._   ->r^<_. *rvcn������anpW{      ..     QBtaHaffmtHNlQ0.T0S0NT0.Wr. ilOfnalyWinaHir  Sold by all dniffsfata, or bo.c  Repaid, on receipt of price.  Free pamphlet. Address: THI  An Ad in;.the* News  pays. -Try it. ; - .'.  $300   REWARD  , The above reward will be paid  for the recovery of tho body of O.'  H. Straud, who was drowned off  penman . Island- on-- Thnr&day,  Dec. 12 th.  . Tho Anderson Logging Co-..  Union Bay, B. C,     V���������        .   -  E. C. Etude, is agent  for the  V ! (J-  uFprd" and- '���������Clialiner'* antotno-  bilos."   Cars for hire.    Phone 18  Union Steamship <3a of B. C. Ltd  , -    'THE,S. a'-COWIGlIAN WiHL SAIL AS UNDER  NANAIMOrDEN.MAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  '_ . .. , " Leave Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p, in. "��������� '"   ������ ������  .���������...-    ." / /   ,   Airive'Nanaiiii6{!at 11.30 p, iri.      . '  '���������..';"   ���������--.'  .Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday. 6-a. jn. '    LotveJTiiesday noon.  '   Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8* a. in,   "Leave Tufisdny,, 11" aim.  Leave Nanaimo 6 pv in;'Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver 9:30 p.in....  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m. Arrive Nanaimo,   11.30  p  Arrive Union Bay,' Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.      '    v  Arrive: Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4. p.m., : ��������� -  ;���������   >. Subject to change, without notice. '.������������������';-"'  SXsXSX5X_X������)������(_>S)������a^^ ������������S>2>5)������������������������������������������������)������������5)������������������������ai  m  t ...  |,   , Authorized qapitaL $25o:ooo  ������ yDiv-ided into 250,000 shares of $1.00 each par value and non-asj.cn s-  ������ ���������   .; able, of which a first issue of.50, 000 shares are  >': ' ���������     ' nov:- offered to the public, at par.  ���������v '. :  , SHARES  In the above Compauy are now offered at ������i .oo and will give purchasers a safe nnd sound  investment with a good return by way of dividends and future enhanced value of stock.  THE COMPANY  a ��������� : ��������� , ' o ' .'   o,       '  Is organized by business men of British Columbia to carry oii, a Home Building, Loivu, Insurance and general Real Estate Business, its head office has been, located at Victoria.B.C.  .        ' "     FEATURES '  That nuiPt appeal to the iu vest ing public is tlie fact that there is NO. PROMOTION  ;_STOCK, every director and ofiicial of the Company paying $i.oo for their shares the same  ras1the general public is asked to do now,   Furthermore, the Company has its own  FISpAL AGENCY ,  Thereby saving exorbitant coiuuiissions and leakages ou the selling of its shares;  THE WELLFARE OF SHAREHOLDERS  WULbdthe first thought of the Company, and with, this- end ' iu  view it. will  be  carried.  along ou safe and economical lines, ,  ( -- .      i u ' i ��������� , ' i    *\ ^ ^ *  AN INVESTIGATION' ���������������������������'��������� ''-  DRINK  The purest and best BEER,, and  made, in Cumberland;  HI������ II:  J.   W. "McLEOD.-.  ^KOFiaiETor.  EoglUh -1 x BUItTON always on tap also, tho famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhensor, Bobumiani Sohltz,, &o. " OLD 'GREY BEARD "  SCOTCH WBISK.V, Beat Winoa and Liquors of all kinds.  Tbe Hoarding aad Lodgiug Dupartmont, uudur tho immodiato aupormtondenoo of Mn  Davio, will bo tow d First olasa in overy renpoot..!;  AS, ATE8,  Apt oo por day upwards.  ' NOTICE,  Riding on locomotives and  rail  way cars of  the  Union  flolliery  Company by any person ��������� or  por-  boms-���������except tain crew���������ij strictly  prohibited..   Employees pre Bub-  lee to disraiBSfll for allowing earn-  By order  W. L, COUPON,  General Manager,  '      C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STois;  '   And nil KITCHEN.'.UTENSILS'  Into the schemes of the Company will interest you" and show you*where large profits will.  accrue." -Sendjfor a prospectus and learn our plans of operation toUheir full extent.  PAYMENTS  ^ -   **    j       * t h .������ ' ** '  On shares cau be made in either way, as follows : ,.   ; ' " y  All-cash,.or one third cash, balance 6, 12, i8 and z\ mouths 5.or one-quarter cash,  balance 6,112 and. 18 months j or 10 per cenfeash and 5 per cent a month. -.Thus on this  latter, plan. ,'���������' ,.���������''-���������-" '   ��������� ,   .     --  ���������    , ; , ^to.oo casl1.aud.-J5.00 a.month buys 109 shares ���������    -  $25,010 casji and $12 50 a month buys 250 shares' fJ  $50.00 casli and-$25.00 a month buys'500. shares ...    xj  ; $100.00 cash-and $50.00 a -month buys ,1000 shares  ���������/,-���������'.   ;;;-  y \'y   '������     REMEM3ER   ';    . ,  ; . ,; .    ''/'.' ���������  Xow is' tlio timeto.invest, for only the first issue of 50,000  will  be sold, at, Stfoo,. a!fter  wliich they willgo to a'premium.    Get iu 0.11 the ground'floor and let future enhanced val ,  .'ties-give'you:extra profit'. :������������������ - ��������� r ��������� "l    .',. -  ��������� '���������       -    '��������� ; '"   -���������. '   *���������  ;;     , Prospectus.-sent to any address on application. '" ;     ':        "  > - ,r;  i- y * ��������� O J '->  .   ;Si9lling.Agents"for Canadian Loan & Mercantile Co., Ltd*  .  207' 268, 209 Union Bank-Building. Corner, View-aud Gov't.',  Streets,   Victoria. B.C.  -'     ' ������    i ,       " " ���������' U o'  Phone" 3243'' Geo. Abbott,'Managing Director,*  y-     Y-, A . '.. - V ,',-'.       '��������� ���������     ,-��������� .<������������������������  ���������-.'.." , - - - ' " S  MOVING?  Pianos and  ���������Burn 1 turk  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHAKDSON & IIAVWOOD  PHONE C7  Windermere Ave  ORDERS TAKBN  FOR NUT   COAL  Mr..Wi.W.JB..Wi.Fi.Wfc___i_MuMuWt.WuWuT������.W-.Wi MuMi iMiaaliutiuD  NOTICE.  To whom it. mny concern;���������>  This is to' notify the public  that all freight charges ou bond*  cd goods cleaied at Union Bay  for the Comox Valley must be  paid before goods cau be iorward  cd. By order  Canadian Oollinries Dunsniuir]  Co.  vrco&'a 3?hospliodin������f  Tht Urtttt linulwlt. Jttmtulv,  'I niinR nn(llnvl������iW'ft������vitlio whole  LIQUOR LICENSE  BY-LAW  1011.  NOTICK IsTlEREBV GIV  EN that at tho noxt regular moot  ing of tlio Board of Liconso Com-  miBHioiiui'fl of lho Municipality of  Crmibnrliimi,' application will bo  Hindu to tho said Boned of Coin  iniefiionora for tho transfer o( tlio  liconsu for tlui milo of liquor by  retail in nud upon tho promises  known ab tho Vciulomo Hotel, Bit-  unto on Duneimiii' Avonuo, in tlio  City of Oiimhoi'huid, From Robert  S. Jtoboi'tflon to Robert McNeil,  of tho flnid'City oPCuinhovlaiid,  Dated nt Cumborland, B. C.  this lOtli day of Docombor 1012.  R. 8. ROBERTSON  ii older of Licoiibo  ROBERT MoNEIL  TnuiBforoo.  Sportsmens Goods  mid  General Hardware  V '  NOTICE..  *****  NOTICE is hereby given that  she general store business or Dun  can Bros, has thi* day bocn sold  to Jailing H. Parkin. All accounts due the late firm must be  paid lo E. Duncan, who will settle all liabilities.  Sand wick, fcOc.t. ist 1912.  Snywnrd Land Distriot,  District of Sny ward.  ,, TAKE NOTIW5 tlmt George Sttiolto, of  Now York, N. V., occupation  ongiuoor.  intonda to ppply fcr lormi^ion lo pur  cIiiibo   tho  following   doaorilwil lands:���������  Comuioueiug ut n pofit planted 20 olmins  aoulit A tho iiortli-onHt corner of lot UM,  tliono<< oast ������0 cliuinm, thcuco nortb '10  nlmiiiH, tbouco west '20 ch.iini.  tlionco  HOiUli 40 olmiau to jioint of coiium-ritio-  mi-iit uoatuiniug 80 ucrdu nuro or limn,  OEOIIOK STUCKK  Fiidior M. CliiBliiut, Agont.  Dido Juno lOtli, 11)12.  Sayward Lai.d District.  Di-tiict of Siywnrc7,  \TAKB NOTICK   tb t   Hi-nry   Alfred  lio 8, of New York, Now Yorjk, occupation electrioinn, intondsto apply for pr-rmis  sion to purmia ion to purohft'.o t'.io folio*-  iug dflxcrided )nadi-:-(ioinmonciiii{ ut a  poBt planted ut t'io south ojiBt corucr of  tlio north wouli qnartor of lot 033,  tlirtncc  ���������tO chuius cast,' thenco  40 ohnins north,  thouoc.'lO chains weA, thenuJ -10   ohiiiun  Bouth to'pi.ititiif commencemenl contiiin-  iou ICO ai-roo moro or 1> w,  I Iks nv AtjFUbd II uis  Fiplier M. Gwlu'ivi, Agont,  Dated Juno 24th, 10ls>.  Saywnrd Lv d District.  Diatr.ct of Sajwaul.  TAKK NOTIUK   that  William' John  Sullivi'ii, Now Yoik, N. Y.,   ooonpnt'ou  clerk, intonda to npply for povmi-Rlon t*  .   purohiiBO.tho follow iiifc'  tlio following doH-  ���������forib.il lands;���������Uommancii'K ct,   a   por-t  planted 10 oliniliH rovUi from the noiith-  oatt corner *t l������l WO (on pout f>71) thfincci  north 80 chulnn, *1mioo cimt 80 olminu,  tliunoo Houtll BU ,cli'i;n>J, thonco woftl 30  ohnins, to point of ooiunonoumout con-  fuihing 010 i>cch nuwu or U>u������,  WILLIAM JOUX SULLIVAN  FinhccM. Unakinn, Aboiit,  Dato.TunflS]-t:, 1011>,  nurvoud nyitoin, nm'  J4iG.-ulJn ofd.volnn.Ci  l Jtrain Wt  nmkoo   nuw  "KWiAVirr-  om Dthtlli]', Mttnial tout limit* Worry, Jk������  SKitnttiirv, Bttiuit irfrihi/tt.KmUtiont, Siuir.  Untarrhm, and l^totatifJihiuitor Kxcuvtji,  l*rlcQll porlmx. tilxforlS. Ona will pi caw/.*  wllloMro, BoM by nil jtniffixiiu/ir innllort In  watn nkir, on wcolnt of prloo. New mm*ml  iit(i������/v//rff,.,ThoWoo������l ModlolMO Oo.  NOTIOK ii hnrnhy fflvtn lhat appll-  Oi'lon will hn inndn to tlin Super  Intomlont of I'roviiiciul I'olioo Viotoria,  jfor n lioonoo to wil liquor by wi-oli ti ilc  Upou thn |,rtiiii;0H pituiiUd on l4 112,  IMookO; Cumlit*r!aud Townaltfl, Oinnbtr-  lnnd, 11, 0.  John MAiwrt'irt. Applio-nt  Dated thin 18^1 thy ot UcC'iuhor, JU1S,}.  NOTICE  Any ponon or poroonn, enttlng,  roinuving or tnlciug miy IiUjcIcp,  timbur or wood, of any r1<w.rf ntindn  Joloiiglii^ to tlm Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or off tho land  of tlio mild (Jompiiiiy, or ntiyoiit!  tipping mbblsli of nny description  imywlicro upon Uie company'6  Vun-1 will lm prohecutod to llm full  oxtiMit of tlio law,  Wf. It. COULSON,  Gcnvrnl Alnnn^or,  Co lliury Co,y.  Hiiywnrd Lnnd Pi������t Jet.  DiHtriot of S*>wariJ.  TAKBNOTIU? ih.it Ooorgo Clurlci  8ton-, of Now \'ur\i, N. Y��������� noenpjlion  olork. Intends to npply for porinlBHioj to  uuri'luiio tho foVowlnfl* dnwritiod Inndm���������  Coiuuioiioiug nt a po������t planted 40 ch.iitiH  wot and 20 ohainfl north <>f tho north mint  corner of lot SB'I, thrnuo coot >10 i1i*!dr,  (ll.ii.oOBCUth 20'claino tlicnno woal -10  ciiiiiiis, thonco noith 20 olifd'H to I'Oint 0'  uorr.monconiont oouiuiiiiiix 80 ncrc. inor>������  r low.  GKOUOK CiiAULES STOXJ3  VtHhcr M. O.ifiMnn, -\fio\t,  Dnto Juno l'J.b, 1912.  fl    * Sayward Liod District.   '  Diatcict of Sayward.''  TAKE NOTICE ih..t.Tjbn Ar hur Wy���������  of New York, N"w York, ���������ociipatiou <-loi k  inteidito upply for periui������Bi*m to'piir-  clnwo iho foil iwiog desoribod Jand������.*���������  Comnioiifing at. a pot-t plant-d ������t 'ho  Houth-oant oomor of J,oa������e 10. lliyjou  Bonth 80 .ch'aiac,, tht'iico wi-ft80 chaii.s;  thenco nortb 80 chains, .Uvuim t-m't W-  chuius to point of t'Qiiitnc'i'.ut'iiKnt coci.iin.  ing O'lO acro3 moro or IctB.  JU11N AUTl'lUll. DALY .  J/iohor II. itAiIdiit-, Apcnt. .  DatoJimu 24ti>. 11*12.  ,   Huyunrd Land 'DNtr'ot.  UiHtriflt of Saywnrd.  TAKKNO'i'fe tint Clinrla* Pmny of  Vui,oouv������r, 11. C.| oooiipaii.m op'itruo'or,  iutnndvto M|i|4y f������r rjnnibrbm t������ t������ir-  oh'iB������ tlio Mio i ln(t ^''w)l -h-'d lnnd������ i���������  LVimmsnaiiiK at a po������t phmtod nl th.  * -"th east oon.ui of hdtuS, tlu o>,smm>  ���������I'i cihaimi, thi'iiOB nou-.li H'l.ili'MiiM, tlioioo  1'iit.t 40 ohninN, Hum i* ��������� nor li 61 oluiiotj ������.><  pialnt of commnjicomiiut ot'iA'Ainni 'AM  at:r<'iworo or Um,  ClWlllfH I'tNVV  F.'nhtar M. tid.Uim, A';������iit.  D.twl Juno l!Kh, 1012.  Snywurd Lu.d U.rtt������i������.t.  Dmti'iot of Sdywind.  TAKB NOTICK thnt WillUm AitRnuol  llixnhotl, ������'f Now York, N. Y., occupation r.lcrk, intendu to'npply for ppfiultwiou  t'* purfiliiuo lho f'illowliiff, donorihrd  hind:���������CominonoinK nt ft \ioA. plnutcd  HO chains w-tt nnd -10 i>hni><H ninth of thn  north* wont romnr ol lot W)H, tlnnco noil  AOolmMis moro or lonu, io lot .r������.")I, IhnnCft  ���������10 uhuitis touth alo.'V ciif-t boundary uf  lot 651, thenco uual AO uh.iitm moro or Ivnh  to loano -10, thoncn north <i0 chains tn  point of ooimnonccmcnt oontniiihii; 'J00  icfnn trtrtrn nv lorn  WILLIAM ATTriATTHTIMHrilOVKf  VltborM.flniiklni, Apciit,  Ditfl JuneSOth, "iflri.  ���������finy .i ard Land Diolnot;  UiHlrlot ot Siywnrd,.  TAKE NOTICE  that   Wnltfr  BodclU  D'Ht,    ut    Now    Vork.    Hoy    Yo.k.  ocou put ion    liihoriT,  i.itondH to   aiip'y1  for piiriiibsion to piirolinso tho   fol'owi.g;  dr)>f)i'ih((l lii'jdi-.���������Oouiincncii'K  'it u po-ti  plunkd 1-0 ulnins wo.I ai.d  10 u'luiiw  north of tho Mmith-i'din oornuf of Lnt,M  ���������ifi, tliinco Bonth SOoluitm, thi'imo caHt -li!  olmiiiH    thiaicii not tii   80 phnim,   (Iiom'ii  wtnt-IOohnliiH in point ofooinmioO'iuo..i  conUiDiniv 'A'-lo avAu-t miuo or Kh\  WALTKU UBIiliLL KKS'l'  Fti������iior M. OiiukiiiH, Agyi".  llato Jixnj 24 th, 1U12.  MADE IN CANMA  E.w.om������uc<i.. uf,  Tvrento,Ottm  Saywnrd bind Distriot.  DMnotoffUywiird.  TAICK NOTK'K ihu Ohorhfl Hi-nry  B,iH������, of Now Yt/l-K,, N. Y., lomipalioii  aidconim, i.t i.di to apply for pnrmNhion  11 pairoliaio tiiu folliwinj; ilmoiiliiMl lnul-i  Cnihinuinli'K at a |i'ia I'lantad nl iho  iinithfiHloornor.ifI.it hi'!, thtww vhrth  '.'0 'ibii'.im, tlionoo \ci-nt io vlmins, thoive.  uoiif. W cbf* n -, tlwmv 0'<A  -n <*b !"i t"  pOlllt   Of    (Oi,lllll'll''ClllHH    COtttiilli'lj.    Oi  acr*a cvro or low*. . ,     ...     . ,  ( JI.MiI.K-* HhN'KY )\VSr  lf,kt!" ���������''���������������������������'"���������">   ������N Nv,|f1' n",:il'  Vithor ,il. (tt������kiiis, Aj,'-nt.  UU>Juno20-h, I Ol'i  Dcst Yeast  in ilte WA  Sold ad  Everywhere  \'i   'TMI'il.   J   111   ,   IV). JTf>P  ii������ti������r <ii I'inty.fM l'v'li-a'������M mK*  Mitu  b on  jM.������ip!u"i_ih tuul ii now in thu Vic*  to������in,liu������*pititl, -    I .   -fl.,."^-^'  a-  ^i^,.,Mf_m^,-^MKu.-J������....������i,T."5rf������i������i-..e^-|.- ������������������. -..���������tfaYggr-���������^y(|j-|j[r,lp.^i^ji^J������i-.������1|.j.f!,cBj---i.i>.-.ji-   .-.^.^.-j,.,'   i7---'tii ---=*-ri~. ~ _Ji'|-iifT.'i'irlnr1������fin������ini.������'i������  ���������  _  ;������rfwiiifo'������������.yii^ibiiiV������^^  ;t  '  JTHE -NEWS, 'CUMBERLAND, B. a  ���������v  ���������fo;  ���������Silt  ' 1  i.The One  *lnsl������l on  , .*,thl8w  ,lra<lM*.ark  -���������������n,������j,ll y-Qisj-;  '  ���������' ^-records ���������  : for all the family  vfor all  the year  ���������arOlind is a "'���������Trademark  4   Columbia Grafonola  Ask'your nearest Columbia  cieaier to play you the'special  ���������Xiiias Coluri.bia Records. (Fit  any machine!)  Columbia Phonograph Company  McKinnon Building, Toronto, Oiit.  Territory Open to Dealers "  rr  You ought to wear  ���������SH  Reliable merchants have them  <    ;' in stock'  ���������fash ruyifatibfe' [  tymm  V ,  If* Ih* CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME  DYE, one c������n buy���������Why you don't erMhavo to  know whit KIND of Cloth yourCocdt tre mitt*  pf.--Sn Ml.tnkri tr������ ImpoulbU.  ;- Send for Free Color C������rd, Story Booklet, ind  JlooLItt giving rcsuh* of Dyeing over otttrr color*.  : Tk. JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Llm!tr_,  .'' '\ Montreal. Cenida.  ": sanol ;:.  ���������REH&BLE-GL'RE-���������  for "Gall Stones, Kidney Trouble,    Kidney    aud    Bladder  Stones,.. Gravel,     Lumbago,  Uric Acid.  Price   $1.50,   Most  Loading  Druggists  THE SANOL MFG. CO., Ltd.  Winnipeg, Man.  VfRIBRITEOTOIt  ,;',    THE WCRLD"S BEST WOOD  POLISH  ������������������'Cleans nnd disinfects everything  In your nome from tlio cellar to  Ui*"little, I'nt it on your dustor  ���������and dust Hardwood Floors, Woodwork, Linoleums, Pianos, Furniture,  ,'ctc, Makes everything just like;  now, Money .rofundod it no t'sntls-  ���������.factory. Mndo by tlio ' > ��������� ''  DOMESTIC SPECIALTY CO., Ltd.  Hamilton, Canada  AN KNKROETIC AGENT IN TOACII  town to Introduce onr lino to tho public; big money can bo mado and permanent po.nit'on secured. Apply lo  Tho Quoon CJty Gil ver Co., Toronto.  Toucher���������., tho cart.li��������� wero empty  inside it would ronomblc��������� "l  Scholar���������A razor.  TVachor���������A rnzor? Wliy, Toddy"!"-'  Scholar- -DocaiiHo it would bo hollow ground.  Bearlnfl Them Cheerfully  Tlioy woro iu tlio ti'iiln. ninl tlio so!-  Mini (iiid-fucPil mini wiih full ot phllo-  Kophy.  Life, he remarked, heaving a soulful  sigh, U full of trials,  I'JvoryoiK) yawned   ���������   except    tlio  proiipnrouH-looliiiii..    mnn    wllh    tho  do an tdnivon  face mid  ntenly oyes,  Tlu* reiiiMrk seemed to choor htm up,  it in, ho iigreed quickly.     And I'm  (IPlll/dllPlI It  is KO.  Delighted! gfippe'd the wld philosopher, My dmr wir! Why should  you bo glad?  Moralise, came the prompt nnd  cheery'answer, I'm n lawyor.  Quito Different  lie was a hugo" man,of. tho navvy  species, nnd as. he stood lri,,the, wit-'  ^loss box ccuhscl eyod.'him dubiously.  He knew he. would bo, a. hard'riut to"i  grack���������a very hard'nut indeed. A'  " What \vo wan,t to get at, he began,  la, who*was ;ho asgres.Qi*? > ��������� '"���������  *' Eh? said tJj'o/W'ltnPs's"puzzled..���������.,-;.  Lot. mo illuolraie-' my., meaning, said,  counsel. v Su'pposln'g',that "I,.should  moot you la-tho street and strike'you  in' tho faco, I should bo tho aggressor.  . You wou'.d'bo a fool! said the wlt:  ness, with growing emphasis. ���������,  No���������do! snid counsel, with-holght-  encd color. You,don't understand.'  I was speaking only ln tho abstract.  Suppose wo me!,'and without provocation, I struck you!, I should bo committing an act of aggression'. .  Tho navvy hunched his hugo shoulders. '��������� ^ 'a   '"  You'd bo committing suicide, mis-  tor! ho remarked, grimly.     -  ���������  You may sit down, suapped counsel. ' '     .'  i  ARE YOU AS WELt AS A  YEAR AGO?  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Points the  Way to Health and Strength  Ask. yoursolf tho Important question'whether you aro as, strong as  yoii wore a year ago, as bodily fit as  .you should bo. Many a reader.has  to "confess "No.", Somo weakening  nilment.has during the past year, laid  hold ot tho system, unfitting you for  the duties' of life and' seriously, clouding the outlook, of, the coining days.  It may, bo rheumatism 'with its sharp  twinges of pain,, indigestion,.'headache, nervous debility.'dbpressiou'and  lack of energy, or tho pains''arid  ailments whioh only common , folk  know.' It is'well to know, .that-all  theso weakening disorders, arise from  an impoverished '' condition of -the  blood. Renew and enrich your'blood  and all your troubles will cease .'-This  is a strong statement, but itis":mad,3  on tho testimony of thousands who  once suffered, but who* have gained  health and strength by tho aid of the  now, rich blood supplledby Dr..'Williams' Pink Pills. Wo;can;quote  thousands of cases similar to the following: Mr. Jos. Grandmatson ls a  young man well known in the town  of St. Jerome, Que. He says: "For,a  couple of years I began to find, my  Btrength failing but,did not dream "that  the trouble was serious. As I grew  weaker I began to doctor,, but it did  not help me." Tho least exertion  mado my-heart-palpitate violently,*, my  stomach seemed out of order arijj,/my  .whole system became- so run 'down  ihat I was finally forced to quit,'work.  I had now'been doctoring' for 'filiitosA  -six���������montlis-and^was���������veryunaturollvL  growing "discouraged. At ihis junp:  ture L-'read of a case similar to mine;1  cured'through the-use of Dr.' Williams''Pink Pills,"and decided''.to' try  them. I took the Pills faithfully for.  nbout two mont,h.g, gradually growing  stronger and atjfho end of that'timo  I was as well as any man could be.  [ Filial! always praise tho medicine  that raised me from despair to tho  blessing of good health."  Sold by medlclno dealers everywhere or sent by mail at BO cents  a box or six boxos for $2.50 by Tho  Dr. Williams' Medicino Co., Brock-  vllle, Ont. ---; ,.,.,'  The Thirst for Knowiedgo  Tho phrenologist frowned.  Then ho went carefully once moro  over the bumps -,of tho man In tho  chair,'   - ,;.;'  Highly Intelligent, ' he ropeated���������  highly intelligent1! But I am bound  to warn you, sir/ You havo n vory Inquiring mini, and your thirst for  knowledge ls Insatiable. This largo  bump running ncrb'sB tho back of your  head means that, you aro,inclined to  bo curious oven to tho point of rock-  lOSBllOSS.  I know lt, anawored tho mnn ln tho  chair sadly,- -1 got that hump by  Btloklng hy bond through tho bars at  the 'hotol elevator to seo if It was  coining up, and tho boastly thing was  coining down!  ���������*****s**mm**a**m*a***aa*maa*m  Mothers can easily know whon their  children nro troubled with worms, nnd  thoy lose uo llmo in applying tho best  of reinoclios���������Mother Graves'1 Worm  ISxIormlnalor.' . ,7'   ;��������� ��������� '  Dangerous Tnlk  Mother, I wltb you wouldn't mention dlHhwashing when Georgo is calling on mo.  Why not, Indcod?  I don't llko It.    It, sounds common.  Common, ch?     Wo liavo   to   out  don't, wo?  ii Of crmrim,  And Georgo knows wo oat and uso  dishos?  Tlmt'H very true,  Ami tleorgo alHo known Hint dishes  hnvo to  bo wimhod, therefore Homo-  body linfl to wuah thom,  , lint mother���������  Wlmt now?  If you keep on tnlklng nbfiut It  Gfiorgo mny dlHcovor that you mako  father wipe Uiem nnd ho mny think  tho Hi'.mo thing Id coming to him if  ho should propooo to mo.  THE MAGISTRATES STORY;  A.  What He Owes to Zam-Buk "VU  --."'      -''.-      ".- ''     I      -'"*'    ''     ''"������������������'     ���������''     :-Af---*-U*\^.  . Mr. C." 13.' Sanford, of,,. Weston."  Kings,Co.,- N.S. ,,a . Justice of.,;-th'e  Peace-for tliecounty-ahd a'.dqacon'ot  tho Baptist Church in Benvlclt, says:-  "I-have used'Za'm-Bule for piles' and  found iC a'-splendid remedy. It cured  mo7\,x;y ,'..- y y: a*'-'':'; 7.  ' ^Ir!,.ThomaB Fearsbn/of Princo,-AU  bert, Sask./writes :s "I must "thank you  for tho beneflt.1 .have received from  thoaise of.Zarn-B.uk.;. Last'summer I  had a"(ever,"which-left ind,with, piles.  I 'started to use 55am-Buk and found  it gave nio relief,!'so'i'contihued"with  it. Aftor using'threo:or four boxes  it effected.a .complete cure.".    *   ���������-  ZanvBuk will nlso be found a suro  euro for cold sores, chapped 'hands,  frost bite, ulcers", eczema, blood-poison, vnrlcose sores, opnlp soros, ringworm, inflamed patches, babies' orup--  tlohs and chapped places, cuts, burns,  bruises^ and skin Injuries generally.  All druggists and btores sell at GOo,  box,, or .post,,free from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, upon receipt of pi-ice. You  aro warned against harmful, imitations and, substitutes.' See tho registered name "Zam-Buk'!. on every  package beforo buying. ���������-...���������.  BLACK HAND WARNS - VIOLINIST  Threat of Assassination Accompanies  Their Demand for.Money ''  ' Copenhagen.���������Much excitement.ha's  been caused, here by a blackmail demand on "tho Russian violinist," M.1'  Ysmay Mltnltzky; who is touring,In  Denmark.,; The'letter was typewritten in the Russian* language and'sign-  ,-el "Tho ''Black; Hand.." .' . ' a.  ,.*��������� Mv Mitnitzky'was ordered to, send  $250.,by,mail to the Russian political  fugitives in.Denumrk. ��������� If he refused  the. let ter .said, you will bo. assassin'-  ate'd'' by." thV anarchist executive committee.  -f. 7 ,'..������������������      \-.    "      -'���������. ."  !" The"'jV'violInist handed , tho letter.'to  tho Danish ahd Russian criminal investigation department. The polico  declare the letter to be ono of tho ordinary writings ot-the-'Black. Hand  gangs scattered over the. world.  ��������� M. Mitnitzky \z seriously.'affected  byv the .letter, and has provided hirii-  Belt.with!two Browning pistols. "' He  cieclare's that two members ��������� of his  own family in Russia" havo been' assassinated by Black- Hand'.criminals.  , Exhausted .from Asthma ���������Many  who road these words know tho" terrible drain upon health and strength,  which comos in the train of asthmatic  troubles^) Many- do,not realize, however that,'thero is oho,, true remedy  which will surely stop���������'-this '-drain'-  Dr. J. D.'.Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  is a wonderful check to this enervating ailment.' It has a countless record, of., relief to .its- credit.- ,. -It- is  sold almost Everywhere."-" ���������' '  -  Stefnhell,Case Echo '*'  ' Tho Excelsior in a recent issue an-'  ahounces- the '"approaching' divorce' of  Mile. Steinhcil, '.who- a few months  after her niotherls. trial was married  to tho painter, M. Raphael del' Perugia. Mme. del Perugia, lt is added,  intends after, tho decree "of divorce  has been pronounced, to go sto live  with her mother ln England.  Mlnard'i   Liniment  Cure*  Garget  Cows  In  So you%represent tho.No'ocar company, do you? said Jlmpson to -the  agent.  Yes, sir, replied the agent. Just  organized, sir.  Good company? asked- Jimpsom.  Best, going, said tho agont.  Who is behind it? inqulrod Jlmpson.  All our creditors, said tho agent.  He Was Unreasonable  I hear that Gwonnie broke off her  engagement with Mr, Munly becatuo  he tried to limit her.enjoyments?  Yes sho was cngngod to two other  young"mon, and he objectod,  Economical Compliments  Beforo you kiss mo, Borneo lot mo  tol! you that Fred has given Kitty a  diamond ring.    Yon havo never given  mo one,  Dearest, it is only girls who nro not  precious in themselves- who require  tho.nl/l of precious,stones.  - Oh you.may Ulsa'mp,twico, Ilornoc,  NEVER TIRES'   ;  Of the  Food That, Restored  Henlth  Her to  ELOPINQ  WIFE     AND  ASUICIDE  LQVER  Tracked by Wronged Husband Thay  *���������. Kill Themselves on His Arrival  -A.love trngddy.: which involved  tlio'deaths of a man and woman well  known In Calcutta, hns. just, occurred  at. Mount. Abu; Rajputana. The woman was a Mrs.. Campbell, wlto of  Hamiltpn :Campbell, of .Calcutta,'- rijid  tlio man' N.'--Winder, who came'out'to  India ten .'months''ago ;as nn assistant  in, the'Bank.of Bengal., .lie."was"a  young'man of 24, a native of Sen'rbor-'  ou'gh. '..'���������"���������.    . ' ''���������, ���������.'.'/������������������'!"'  'Both"ilvdd nt the" Grand Wot'o!, Calcutta, and .Winder and Mrs/ Campbell  beoamo very friendly,., -Mr? Campbell  went 'up-country* some time ' agoV  When he returned to Calcutta his wlfo  and Mr.,'Winder had disappeared.  '.  Mr, Campbell fought tho aid.of tho  staffs of tho criminal investigation 'department- throughout India. 'Detectives brought him news that Mr.-Winder and a woman had gono to Mount  Abu,, near Bombay, whither' ho and  his brother-in-law followed.   *  Mr. Campbell nrrlvod' !n Mount  Abu, and went straight to tho dak  .bungalow (a kind of hotel provided  for travelers by the government). It  was hl3 arrival which precipitated tho  tragedy.- .',...  ', , Mrs; Campbell was ln;the,front garden of the dak bungalow, when she  "saw her husband coming .up the, drive,  Sho .rushed into* the room-- whero ,Win������  ���������der. was and said: He's coming: I  cannot face him,*'shoot me.' Winder,  replied: No. I cannot Rhoot you, Here  is .the re'vohoiv"shoot yourself..  ' Thereupon Mrs'.'Campbell'took the  revolver, put tho.-.immle to her mouth  and .said to'Winder': Y.ou,pull,tho trte;  gar.' Ho'did'so; .their put the revolver to liis own mouth and pulled^tlie  trigger again. Mr". Campbell finished Into the room and' his wife died  almost immediately In,his presence.  Winder was' niortally wound.p.d", but  -still alive. . He died'flvo .minutes  later. "- ���������' , ' A '��������� h ;��������� .7  .oMrs. .Cambe.ll.,it i3 said, left a letter to ,bo given to her husband In  case she and Winder destroyed themselves, but. tho latter left no written  word. Tho papers found " In his  pockets, however, showed .that he had  .been making inquiries about passages  from Bombay to England. *;   ,  ��������� 'r jt _!��������� P.       ' *'���������: -" s * '    ���������"-'   >. .1 tr*7 ' * r    :��������� V J  t  ������S & ib&r  y vt*  writes us tliat he warms his^  milk-wagori on cold days  with' a P e rfe c tio n Oil  Heater. , ,,  He makes his rounds  in comfort. Zero weatti-  ,er doesn't lx)tHer him..  this .milkman has  adapted this wonderful  little heater to his p\yn  /.particular heeds,..    .  ,.y ;  You may not drive a  ��������� milk-wagon, but there are -"  . coiuitless^vays in which  ?"'- one of these heaters would  Made with nickel trimmings  be  &  convenience "'ahd:  (plain steelorenameled tur^ -'irinmfnrf in 'vnn in i^,,  quoiio-blue druma). Orna- C0.ri_IV.ri: t0 y01? in y0ur  mental, Inexpensive. Lasts home. YOU Can adapt it tb  for'ye������rs'" Easily moved from ��������� Ani-.*. A.��������� ~h~..:~~mm.~.m.i-.  place to place.    . y������UT ,9���������" requirements.-������  "    o   "   , At DeaUr* Everywhere.  THE IMPERIAL GIL COMPANY; Limited  ������, WINNIPEG,' ���������-.,..,    >.ST. JOHN"     -  MONTREAL ,    ' TORONTO        HALIFAX '  ���������ERFECTIO]  Flying to Court  An airman by A thb namo of  Chemet was nuinmoned yesterday to  the palace of'justice, at.Paris, for exceeding the motoring speed limit; He  flew to the St. Michael bridge in a  hydroaeroplane,'droppe'd'oh the'Seine,  left his hydroaeroplane" In charge of  a boatman and drovo to������the' palace  of! justico which'is - just across'the  road:        ������,   ��������� *. '     ,   -'     -*.���������,'-.-;  - Could not Repeat Them    .-.'*'.  '^Alfrodpshe aslced," cud'dl"ing^up~to  him, do you tell .me all your thoughts?  .. Why do you ask that, you- foolish  little girl?     *-,*,*  ���������Because I love you'so. You promised.,, that you would tell mo everything. * Do you?  Oh, you wouldn't want me to-toll  you1 everything, would you.  ���������! She drew away from him in sudden  fright.   ��������� Her worst suspicions wero  verified.      , *  You are deceiving mc, sho exclaimed.     You���������  ���������  No, no, dear, don't .think that"'. I  wouldn't deceive you for tho world.  You linvo just admitted that you  don't tell mo all your thoughts.  Well, there are some that���������-  ��������� Do.n'tl Dijn't! she cried. You are  going to He. ��������� ,1 hate lies the worst  of all things.    I������������������  , Hor feelings overcame hor, and sho'  covorod hor face with her bunds.  ��������� Don't, bo ��������� silly,, he bogged. .  Silly! sho tragically ropllc'd. Do  you call lt silly for me to roriiso to  be deceived.  You aro' not deceived.   ��������� I novor���������''  And you havo, just ndmlttod that yon  havo thoughts which you cannot tell  me!' ���������   ���������  Oh, I could tell'them to you; but I  don't think you would caro to havo  mo do so.    ' /  Then what nro thoy?  Thoy aro tho thoughts I think when  I hnvo to run to i!he'.station ln tho  morning owing to a Into breakfast nnd  ceo tho train moving out of lho, station.  SCIENTIST HAS CANCER CURE,  Twenty Patients Alleged,to Have Re-  ������   covered Under His Treatment -   :  Doctqr ��������� Q. 'Odin' Avat has  prepared for the Society, of Comparative Fatholbgy an account of the re-,  suits obtained, with'' his new' anticancer serum.'; ' "������������������' ���������' ' ���������; ��������� " ,. - . ���������-  -:The doctor states "that ho discovered  the speciflouiicrobeof cancer "in.; the  blood pf more than' 150 patients, 'and  JthatJa'n'alyslB of' ��������� blood now, onablea  him to diagnose cancer w fieneverTliat"  terrlblo J malady ��������� exists ln a patient  under observation.," ',1 . ���������'���������    .���������_  : For the last four years Doctor Odin  has been worklng.on this subject'and  he now 'declares, that, he has securdd  a serum, wliich/ w;ill really cure cancer by, killing Uie" protozoa. This Be-  rum is applied in double intramuscular Injections ln a fleshy-part���������one Injection with an organic base, the other with a chemical base. Tho treatment .lasts from thirty to thirty-five  .lays.   ��������� .  .,��������� ry y  One patient who was cured by Doctor Odin's. serum was- a gentleman  who had undergono two operations for  cancer on tlio face, and .who" lnst Aug-  mt wna declared to bo ln a hopeless  condition. Today ho la- in good  health. M. Regnler, a: youth, of 17,  who hnd-a sarcoma on the thigh, had  twice boen operated upon nnd had not  been nblo to stand up for two years.  ,TIo -.hns also completely regained his  henlth. ��������� "   "  Doctojj Odin has n list of moro than  twonty other cases whero a double  operation hnd boon performod, whoro  a third could not bo undertaken, and  whoro tho patient hnd beon given up  as hopeless and Is now completely  cured ,���������  Mother you promised not to punish  mo If I told you tho truth,  All   1 i_,ill,   l   A',iii,  Tlicn  1  mur-t  toll you T told n. lie  this morning,  Me, n box er tjx boxen tor 92X0,  ���������t tit dealeiM, or The Dodd* Medl*  cine Company, Limited, Toronto,  C������n������da.  W. N. U. 923  Righteous Indignation  Utile Until wan tho youngest dnuijh-  trr In n vi>vv Rtrlol Presbyterian fnmlly tlint especially abhorred profanity.  Ono day littlo Huth boenmo cxcwkI-  Initly eximperntod with onn of hor  dollloa. In her hnby vocabulnry sho  could find no words to ospn'sn ado-  (imilely lier disapproval of 'dolly's conduct.,  I'iniiUy, throwing the offending dolly ncrosa tho room, oho crlotl fooling-  ly:  My gradoiiN! I wlhh I belonged lo a  fnmlly thnt swonvml.  HIic���������Ju.U think, Henry, we've novor  had a cross word.  He���������So, Maine    Ain't I the uttlent  , CIU.1?  "Something was making mo ill-nnd  I didn't know tho ciuibp," writes a  Western young lndy; "For two yours  I waa thin nnd sickly, fliifferlng from  Indigestion and iuilamiuntory rheumatism, i  '  "I hnd tried different klndH of tllol,  nud many of tho rouiodlos recommond-  od, hut got no bettor,  "Ji'lnnlly, Mother suggested thnt I  try flrnpoNiitu, nnd I bngnn nt onco  rmlltiK it with a lit Lio ci'onm or milk,  A fihimpo for tho hotter bogiin at  onco,  "To-dny I um woll nnd nm gnlning  wfdght and htreni.Hi nil <ho time, l'vo  gained 10 lbs, In tho lnst flvo weeks  nnd do not suitor nny (pioro Indigestion, nnd .lho rhoiiiimtlBin Ih nil gono,  "I know it It to Ornpc-NutB nlono  thnt I own my restored honlth, I  si 111 eat tho fond twice n day nnd  nevor tiro of It." Nnmo glvon hy  C.iiiiull.iu r.)_lnm Co., Windsor, Ont.  ��������� Thn flavor of flrnpft-Nnln is pne.ii-  liar to Itscir, It Is noutrnl, not too  Hweot and hnn au ngroenhlo, healthful  quality thnt nover grows, (iresomo,  Ono of t.ho sourcoH of rlioumnHsm In  from overloading tho system with nclil  r*.,'.'���������.'���������via!, thf* rn"i'lt of Imporfr-rt dl-  gor.tlon and nsfllnilliitlon.  As soon nil improper food,In nbnn-  done-d nnd Orapo-Nuls Is taken rngu-  Ifirly, dlgostloii In mndo Hlrong, the or-  gniiH do tholr. work of building up good  red blood cells nnd of currying nwny  tho excess of dUonsc-ninklns mntorlnl  from thn system,  Tho result Is a eorfnln and Btondy  ivluni lo normal health nnd mental  nclh'lly. "Thorn's n Yen son," llenA  the, little hook, "Tho llond to Well-  vllle," In pkgfl.  Ever rend tho above letter? A  new one appears from time to time.  . .,    7 Advising Her Daddy     '" ������������������'  ; Mnryf    ' :.  v..Father's' voice rolled down tho  stairs twd into tlie dim and ellout par-  ljr.  Yofl.-'pnpn, tlenr.  Ask that young.man If ho has tho  timo,  A mom'lit of sllonco.  Yes, Georgo hns his' wntch wllh  him.  Then nsk him wlmt is thn time,  Uo suy������ It is olovou forly-oight,  pupa,  Then nsk him if he iloosn't think It  about bed time,  Ilo nays, pupa, tho silvery voice nn-  nounced, Impersonally, ho snys thnt  ho rarely goes to hod hoforo ono, but  lt sooiiis to him thut It Ih ��������������� matter of  porsonnl proferonco moroly, and thnt  IC ho wero in your place ho would go  now If ho fell sleepy,  His .Definition  A lecturer at a nuhurbrm school was  explaining to hit nudlonco, which con������  r.!.:tcd me?Ily nf bny������r ihn funotlnnn nf  a Tjiictmoler, nn Instriimont for mens-  urlng-light, and (it tho conuliiHinn ho  askod for u loflnltioii of tho imiohltiu,  Ono rnw youth stood up.  Is It a luolmetor ns yor wants to  know nbout? -J      /  Yen, pnld Ihn leeturnr.  Woll, that'* mo, I moots Lucy  ovory night at iievon, nnd If thoro'a  nny covo In this 'ore moolin' trios to  bo ii Lucy motor, that Lucy mctor'll  bust, or mo namo nln't Jnrgp,  Aro you one of those to whom  every' meal ��������� ls another source of  suffering ? -,.',���������-   '������������������' ���������  Na-Dru-Co Dyspefieia Tablets  will help your disordered stomach to,  digest any reasonable-meals, and will  soon restore it to such perfect condition that you'll never feel that you  have a',stomach, Take one after  each meal. ��������� 50c.'a Box at.your  Druggist's. Made by the National  Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada,  Limited. ico  Whnt the Voice Said  All right on hohind thore? called  tlm enniluetnr from tho front of tin  street-car,  Hold on, cried a girl's volco, Wnil  till I get.my clothes onl  Tho passengers craned Uiolr necks  oxpectnntly,     A young womnn was  They'aro" flSnuirV/ lr;ie', "and"ftiii"o. J ������lri������fiBll������S la get ���������*������ basket'of laundry  .���������human Interest. Inboard.'  ���������Poor Fellow  Why nro you wandering about tho  country instead of lookliiB after your  wifo and children at homo? inquired  tho lady of rhe tattered tramp,,  Well, ma'nni, it's llko this, exclaimed tho trnmp. My wlfo hns a vory  flno servant. " A perfect treasure  I don'l''boliovo thoro over wns such  a ulrl. ''���������'���������'     '���������  Thoro Is only ono, ma'tfni, and my.  wife's got her,  -Good gracious!. Sho's n Vory, lucky  woman,   ,,   ." .  ������������������ ,8ho is,'ma'am, Dut tho troublo Is1  thttt,;������l'rl.didn't llko mo,  'Well?'     .'    '; ���������  , Bho didn't like mo, nnd nho told my*  wlfo sho must olthor dlschnrfio mo or  hor, so my w!fo discharged me, madamo  Oh, I hoo, poor follow! Hero'*  something for you,  ���������������w������������wi i niiiiwii ������������������ a*mt  Keeping Hlmoelf Cool  Tho lioat-wnvo hnd como! Kven tho  dogfl couldn't uiuator energy to burk,  and tho Btroot-cnr conductor who lolled nt lho hack ot his car could scarcely koop his eyes open,  nut ho did observe tho youngster,  who, for a 'milo or more, trotted dog-  llko alongside tho car,, And at this  tho conductor mnrvellod,  And at hist whon tlio car drow up,  ho Inquired: ,  Ain't )uii Iiul ciioiitih? Whal d'>u  want to run like thnt for?  Oo-oo! gasped tho orrnnd-hoy. Hot  onoiigh? Course I nm, That's why  I'm koeplng alongside you, Wan tor  lcoep In lho shudo as much ns v>i<  Biblo,  What the,Sofa Said  I wnnti began the oldorly mnn.jiftcr  strolling round lho furniture shop, er  ���������-1 want���������well, you sooi it's this way:  There's a young man calls overy night  at our house���������I have a daughter, yon;  soo���������and or���������I suppose I ought to get  a sofa for tliem-���������eh?  ���������  Wo havo- tho very thing, Bir, rcplloil  the suavo assistant promptly, Noi-o  you are, eir! Cupid's Itetront, specially suited .'or courting couples.  Spoclally suited, ropeated the fatherly ono. ���������  Yes, air. Observe'tho pretty'covering; it Is absolutely gunruntood to  wear off ln just six months,    y ., ,. '  But���������but, stuttered   the   parent,- ',}'  don't understand! v        ' .",'!'..i 7"Y  Atid >^hcn worttJ'off, wont .'on tlio.  IftleBion'ri; it leaves diapiiiyed a card,  ���������npftii! which *is written "Timo ,to geti  ���������Mdrrldat" Neat, Isn't it, sir?, A V    '  ���������' Vji,)) ������...  'i  .i -i  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ i|n     nin.  i   ir   You     ->&.���������:*,'"���������  Often Want  c|ti\ch relief from bllioiiBncBs���������from  its headaches, its Four Htonmcli,  hiccoughs, flatulence, unplcnvntit;  breath nnd tlio general feeling of  ROod-for-nollilnRiiccfl it ciuiscb,  ThoiiBinuls���������throuj.1i three gencr-  (itioiiH nnd the wide world over���������  have found, ns you will find, that  \  i  '���������I  Altooe'.hor Different,  Benevolent Lady���������Wtllo hoy, will  you glvo tills tomporanco tract to  your father?  Urchin���������Mo dad don't drink now,  lotldy,  llonevolent Lndy���������Oh, how good.  Did ho read tho lnst tract that I gave  him?  Urchin���������No, leddy. Ho'n training  for a prizo-flght.  The Poor Consumer  Young mnn, don't you know thoso  mushrooms you nro   gnthcrlnsr   ar*  poisonous?  Blve the necessary relief quickly,  safely, gently, tuyturnlly. This  luumicas* fiimily remedy ia justly  famous for Ils power lo put.Ilia  bowels, liver, kidneys nnd stomach  In regular ncllvo working order,  In every way���������In fccllnp, looks,  ncllonn and in powers���������you will  llnd yourself altogether better after  you have used  Bcechiim's Villi  For  Quick Relief  , You ought to hf mire to rend the dlrectloBi'  with trtryUM,  1 Bold ���������vtrjrvrhtr*.    ���������   28c,  I ^,  "I*.1*  , 1,  . J *���������-  STHE *.KE WSi' ;CmtfiX!Sl_IANp9. EC,  Yt  (y*.*-*.*m*..*.t������lm*������*.t������*������am*.tmt^���������*������������.t,.***-{}Q' j   ,   QQQ������4������  *, I ,    ,        a"  ,- ��������� ,^ ( , -,  j I '      ,. ���������-.-.,- - '        -  ia������w������M.H^n.<n  .  'p      >>  MAKING THE LITTLE FARM  ,lv  i'  >'  ft0'  OM���������������������',rt,*M.Mrt.,t^..(.������..|"t.'l"l><''l"fOOO  THE lnrgo profits.which should at-  .jenciporU ralsihg are dissipated"  in" loo many, cases through .dis-  , ease ami. neglect ,. Hog cholera will'  ���������. continue to scourge tho "country until  -   all farmers,, lcaru that the pig is not  ...milurally n dirty animal and .that H  . requires Held range and forafce crops  Just as mucii ns the horse" audcow do.  '    Hog   pens   nud   yards   should . be  * kept clean,'changing to fresh ground  every year. Such forage .crops as rape,  artichokes, Canada pons and, alfalfa  * ought ,lo bo accessible, all.-summer,  fchndo and.clean water aro the next  , essentials.-In addition'it; is well to  Rive" whey���������or sour' milk and, light rations of corn, peas or barley. Heavy  feeding'of grain Is only necessary ln  the last few weeks when," Qttlng, foi  market. Corn silage is an excellent  food.   A littlo crushed coal, -wood ash-'  /es, salt," charcoal 'and oilmeal aid a  [ pig's,, digestion;and contribute, to' its  general hoaUhfulucss. . ��������� ��������� ';. "'., ';.,  "young pigs nre,seriously Injured by  overfeeding nnd by wet floors and cold  . bedding. There should,be ho hasto.tq  feed grhln- either to .'a farrowing sow  or a. young fitter. , Both beforo nnd  nftcr l'niTowiug.,tlio dain ls better oft  wiih ���������slops, .uwsh'es, and boiled, vege-  tables, suctions carrots, potatoes .and  ,'. bi'ets._ When . the young things get  .     firmly ��������� bir their 7 ect ��������� the mother' may  *. lie gradually put back .on graiu for  o     tbe purpose of hardening up the flesh  '-���������it little." Sucking pigst should have  ,,, gradually increasing rations of bran,  '  ..shorts aud'boiled vegetables., .    ���������  ','.      . ' "' ' ,   v1   "- " A   -      , ' a  00O*-������..>->-������a.������"������"f"'.a������"<������l'.l������������^*a������''l-������aa������-<������������<J  ��������� >X,    ',-'      ��������� "���������' *.....    ��������� ���������      ,- ,  ���������-      I\    BYj A, WtSE'FARMER,, .  .���������-"���������'��������� $ A Thnt was a! wise' remark made  A     ���������S"hy a speaker in a farmers], in-  >. stllute j-? hen-he ;snld. thnt '/'good  " farm, Judgment consisted largely  iii'iinderstaiHirng^irlu'ciples and  .their,working, and "ns'goodaiiun-  "defslaudlrigofcoudltlbhstoljnow. ,<?  T if the "principles will'apply."'; ���������'"' $  "<&'���������������������������'��������� ^      -_���������','-.-��������� .... i <$  By C.;C. BOWSFIELD  ���������u-rh,'r -%���������**> ���������.,*..- ��������� ���������* ,'-'ft.*.'  0 oO',"*'''H*a***i,*,4',*''''< ���������"������������������������������������"���������-'-���������"���������������������������"���������'���������������������������'���������������������������������������������O -  a;    . _ /...,, ,   ,. k *-_  ,'     '���������,���������    -yr  XT',   7      --a '  -��������� Grown hogs, require dipping as soon  as "iho weather Is"Vai*m''and' agalu in r  midsummer.' Onco will bo "suOlcicnt  for tho "youngsters, and this may ho  about the 1st<of August.' If cholera  has ever, been known on the place tlio  iaiid occupied by,tiie hogs.should be  plowed aiid used for, other purposes for  a year ^or two.   *���������'  Tho usual, medical Ion - for dipping  aud .the remedies comniouly'/sold for  cholera aro sa'fe aud effective It'used  promptly aud thoroughly.';��������� Prov.entlon  Is better thnn any cure,. aud\the farmer,who. means business, will keep.his  stock healthy by.,giving tliein a clear  range, sanitary buildings and suitable  food.- It cholera exists .in tbo neighborhood or has-ever.becn on a ,placo  the serum��������� should be.giveu. ln. wet  weather every owneivuecds to guard his  hogs against pleuropneumonia.,    >.'  It'is' best to uso full blooded sires In  pork production, changing every'year,"  so as tb avoid Inbreeding.'   Any of tho;  standard breeds can be recommended.'  A puro bred Poland China sire crossed ���������  with a grade Chester White or Duroc-  Jersey dam will give excellent results,  but this is merely given as an illustra-;  lion.,' There "is, decided-.merit iii' the'  other distinct typesA' ,,.';���������  A dam should have one litter In the.  ��������� spring and another ��������� in the fall,   tt Js*  a good''plan "to market ^tko. spring pigs  . when  nine  br  ten  mouths  old . and  ���������weighing "about ,250 pounds, keeping  ."the fall pigs until they are fifteen,to"  eighteen months old, when tlicy, should  weigh 350 to.-100 pounds.   If dams are  retained after.'they'become heavy/and  .awkward the offspring,must be guarded oi*, they,will be crushed to death..  It'is best to give them'a war in iiest by  themselves, allowing^ them to. suckle  four times a dny.  . Q.������-������������a������t������������.l������..������������������-t-t������������"������������������"t-������������������������*-e..������..������..������-������O0 O  ALFALFA IN  VERSE.': '  . :   ���������   ' '. '.-   _1_ ;���������;      _    '  f  ....    ���������   '.. ���������    - , f..  ,   The -.popular, song of the, Illinois farmers' institute 'runs: - "���������  ;    , v    ,v,      . .. ...  .^.-. ,...-_, .....  ... -��������� ��������� .  What makes the landscape look.so  ���������..fair?   -,--'   a     ' .- . .V ���������  ������������������  ' What blossoms bright perfume', tha  ',.. -,  ,h-,? *,-,-���������.. .',   ., ,,.'. ���������; -^ ,i  ��������� "What plant repays the farmer,'a toil  And wlir.cni'lcli the wornout soil?  Alfalfat ;-: ���������''/.' , "'    '-,.'���������  }������Q^(������������������k������&^$$4>������<^'$4>Q><&$  HIGH COSf OF GAS.  Haw to Reduce This Important House-  _ , ' hold \t*m. ���������   r        ' "  ������������������  Tbe high cost of living negeasltates  ������ closer scrutiny of the. gas b|ll than;  ���������rer before,',,and the careful housQ-'  wife ..wlio' uses gas'.'for cooking and  heating purposes as well ns a lighting  medium;liv on the lookout for, new,  devices that are both.practical rind ecb;,  aoinlcal. There Is a host of now lnveW  tlons oii' the market, and,from the  woman "whose home is equipped with  iv big gas range'to the*occupant' of a  furnished room or a small seotion of  nn apartment house there,aro article!  to meet all ueeds.-*   -  Where a combination lighting aud  COLONIAL HANGINGS.  Quaint. Bid   Dr������p*ry   For   Y*ur   Old  Four Po������t������r.  ... To in'uny'Auiericnus there U no style  of furnishing, which appeals Bo Irresla't-  ibly as the colonial, and especially i?  this the case In regard to bedrooms,' for,  whlle.lt is a question, sometimes ns tb.  the' advisability of furnishing "h niod-  ern living rboin lu thb qunlnt fashion,  that is not .always well> adjusted, to  modern needs, tho, bedroom furnished  In epidural stylo is 'always desirable  and perfectly convenient, as well, as  most attractive to look upon.*  The   old   crocheted   laco   cnuoples  which were, amoug,the liaudlwork'In  heating'device U'dcsli-ed 'there nre"  wWclJ 0ur'grandmothers excelled are  ���������^eraWreuii which to.choose,.and all   ,tlll. packed away, lu the trunks1 of  mny.be attnehed to an���������ordlnnry gas  fixture!: Tbo newest is of tin.and re-  8emblo8 nu old fashioned., candlestick*  IftverUd.'," It' l8������'enslly adjusted* and  may bo used to both heat and light tbe  room, or separately, ln eithej: capacity.  Another contrivance,', .somewhat similar, is of aheet iron.} Then there are  .the luminous radiators that look so  cheerful on a cool day, nnd ii touch  more pretentious, piece bf, apparatus ls  ln the form of n .radlator.similar to  that used for steam or hot water-heating.  It is ln the realm of the cook' tbat the  searcher ' for gns "appliances Is ��������� most  likely to find what she ls after.   There  .is.avlittle piece of, tin and wire thnt.  costs but. a dime and sjlps. over a gas  Jet and on,top of which a cup of water  or any other llqujd may be quickly and  satisfactorily hehted' to tlie*' required'  temperature.   Theii come* the special  saucepans, hot; altogether new, ..but so  fashioned (bat'',two or, three mny .be  -placed! side by side; over .oue Jet,., aud"  ,several .vegetables may;, bo" cooked, at.  a*medium, expenditure of gns.;   aTho-  cookers-two; three,' four or even five  tier���������thnt.may be placed over oue jet,  also help tokecp the gas'blll down, ns  the heat from one Jet eufflces to cook  whatever  la > placed  ou , the different  shelves.      - ���������      ' --*'"', ' ���������-���������     ���������"' ,'.- 'i  packed  many, an \bld house, but those with  a' tasto foi* the antique"-in furbishing  have long, since disinterred some of  theso', candpfes and -put them Into use  on their four post beds. Tho art of  crocheting - theso canopies or valance's  ts'notn,dillicult one, and women who  nro not accustomed to crochet'have  copied tho patterns with great success  for. uso, on their four posters.. When  these valances' aro used on the four  posters a spread crocheted In the.same  manner is used, both vtilauco nnd  spread having a border ot deep points  nod nn edging of cotton fringe, either  the ball,bru'straight fringe. Around  the lower pnrt of the bed, to carry out  the antique style in detail, tliero Is a  box plaited flounce,of white muslin, or  tills flounce mny be gathered,'-. Heavy  white, linen, such..as linen sheets aro  niade of, Is also used forjthls flounce.  KEEP OLD LINEN.  '.*i  THE DOG ON, THE\FARM.:.  > , ������ *s, ~    l       '    ' \ .A1  ,  ���������Got.a Good���������Ono'a.nd^Train Him; Prop-'  v  orly Is an Excellent; Rule.*, ...  Every, farmer should-"have a dog.   A  weir trained dog, no one.1 will dispute,-  is tho most companionable'of'-all iiul-  -uials.nnd'ir labor saver tb the'farmer,,  says a corrospondout of tlio Ornnge  ;iudd Farmer. Systematic'instruction  uliould bo used in drilling the mind'nud  body of tho nulmnl 16 bring outtho In-  .���������tnlllgciice, required. A well, trniued,  well treated'and good tempered dog Is  . one of tho most agreenble creatures to  ' iinve aboiit the' farm. " ��������� ^ . ,;,:' ������  lt Is a paying investment to lho owner to1,tnko"pnlns in training n dog. Ju  tlie.house.lie should be tnught-thorough  cloniiliness.'nnd when once this is established the animal ls miserable un-  ,   THE  DRESSY .BLOUSE.  Whlto, Brocade; la  In the  Lead Thia  ��������� .",_!,  "',' " ,; '��������� Season. ~, ��������� '��������� 'A  Q'he blouses iii laces, brocades and  chlffot\s are more than tempting this  year. The1 wiilsts-of white brocade  are quite the rage, and qliite rightly,  for they are wonderfully good to.look  upon. ' To" appear to the best" advan  tage' these" brocade .waists should bo,  WASTED. FERTILITY.  It Will Come.In Handy For a Number  \ of Purposes. ....  An old sheet makes nn excellent Iron-,  ing cloth.* ���������;'-"���������"'���������'- ���������    "'-     v A' \'-V<  ���������In tjvo sickroom It may be folded In  two'and pieced under the Invalid, protecting the undersbeet and saving the  washing bill.   . :7'   * ���������" '*-*''* lV  ,  When  tho ��������� sheet  Is much ".'worn  lt  ; should-lie "cut up,'aud the best, pieces  should.be In'ld'away lu the. medicine-'  chest that, thoy'. mny .serve for poulticing and blindages.'- >    -    A   ���������     -  Table"napkins'-that are' considerably ���������  bootoh shwkp dogs, ���������   ���������  less It enn get out of doors -when nn-  ���������lure domnndH it. When tho dog Js  youiig, sny two or threo months old, he  uliould be fed in small quantities. Never permit him to bnt to his own siitla-  faction, ��������� been use tho uitliuate result  will,bo a very slck'nnd unh'nppy llltlo  puppy, . It lu well,'to glvo him his last  menl about two hours before ho is shut  up for tho night.  /���������Cornmcnl nilxeh with wntor, n very  llltlo suit nnd n handful of finely chopped liver or mont,thrown In, tho wholo  linked In u enko iind whon cold brolcon  In hits nnd fed to tho dog ninkos n very  good supper. A event ninny popple ln������  Hint on giving ihoir- pais brand nnd  milk for tlio ovpnlnir inonl, hut this,is  not a very desirable diet If the dog Is  to he shut up In iho house all night,  There nro a grant number of tricks  whl.h mny ho tnught a dog,' hnt tho  ���������fnrm dog should 'not .locossnrlly ho  Intiglit tricks.   Ue should lm tnught'  lonslblo things,  ' A (jrent mnny, nnd 1 mny nny npnrly  fiO por cont of the (log owners of iho  present dny, allow tholr dogs to run  t'oolcloHHiy nhoiit .through llioir neighbors' gardens, craps, ntc, This'Is .tt  very Injudicious ploco ot busliiosH, It  not only brings nbout n hnrd fooling,  but is absolutely uiicnllod for. , ,.   - ''onj-'  Untrsatatl Alfalfa Is'Btit. T ���������  Tho results of ilvoyonrs' tests Indli  . rtito thnt for fattening hogs tho wny to  food nlfiilfn most satisfactorily l������ to  feed it without grinding or chopping.  pgiila mothod has glvon faster nnd  cheaper cuius thnn feeding n lllco  ���������mount of chopped or ground iilfalfn  er n Jltrgor pcrcontngo of elthcr.-No-  brnsUa Kxperlment Htntion.  Failure to Use Liquid Manure Means  -  * '. .. -Throwing'Away Money.''    "���������-'['  The Horticulturist, discusses the value,  of liquid.mauure. It says; '.���������!:'���������'  ;We belleve'tbere Is'no system of en-  riclilng/tho  lnnd  for  piiiall  gardens,  jylth n view, to, perfection of crops, ,so  .truly economical nud so nvnilnblo as--  tiie use^of liquid manure.   We occn-  slonally hear of a gardener or nn amateur grower'of some speclnl crop Hint;  hns practiced enriching .wiih liquids,  but.lt Is only, Qccaslonnlly', yet'tho vo-.  Blilt of every record is lu its favor, and  a searching inquiry'inlo,extra iiroduc;*  lion of fruit, flower brplnnt nlm'pst in-  variably  gives' watering with '.liquid'  mauiiro ns tbo cmise. .'    [    , ,.  There Is on almost every .farm ,a.  waste of liquids, which usually go into,  tho sower drain or possibly upon the  rond, whoro thoy nre of v.o nviill, but  which if saved-by being conducted to-  a tank would enrich tho entire.jjardon.  of   vegolablea,   small ..frults,   ftirnlsh  stimulus to-tlio rose aiid other Jlowbf,  borders and keep tliogrnss plbt'grcen ,  siid fresh ovon in tho hottest nnd driest  of midsummer,' Tho 'use of ii .little  plaster  occasionally   thrown   in   and  iroiind tlio tank would always keep lli  sweet and clean..  . By tho liso nnd practice of liquid inn-,  nnro no flolny need ovor occur in planting timo, liocauso of lho nianuro not  being on hand ornot being in a suttl-  ;Icntly rotted condition; but planting*  jould proceed itnd, tho application nf.  mniiuro bo nuido iit leisure,*  i >l 1, imm**��������� M , | t KJl   j  Trslnlno Hor'ssi' Manes. 1  When tho'hoi'Ho'H mnno inellnos to,  tho wrong'side an excellent'phm l������ to  make n cover, llko  tho ono hero shown, ,  to tit, closely,, ovor,'  tlio Horse's nock, it  may bo mndo" ot  , lionvy muslin or  canvas wllh buttons  tindornonlh to fasten ll In plnco, lt  does not inlorfero  with tho bridle or collnr. It enn he iisnd.  nn tho horso"iih long as It la liooded.^-"  Farm nnd Klrosldo, .   *   :  the worso'for wear'will still, make capl  ta|,glass and chihn--towels. . ;��������� ���������  ,',,���������-!.  Sheets- In variably gi.ve way.'In  the  center ' before^ tlicy  nro worn  at^the  edges.'. When (hey show signs of break-'-  ing down In' this wny ,they ,'Rhould.,',ue.  cut up tiio iiildcllo,.the-two'sides should,  be Joined together, nnd a good strong  under'shebt is tb_en ready for uso and.  will.wear, again for-years. ��������� When pnst  even this service the sheets mny bo  A WONDERFUL STREAM.-,-  The Mississippi River, Its Magnituds  ^ \ and tlio Area It Drains. ' ,  The Mississippi.'river; lying wholly  within' the temperate' zone,*.- is In thla.  respect more fortunately situated than  the moro fertile valleyed Amazon, since  the climate here, varied nnd sometimes  Inhospitable as it, is.'offers conditions  of human development_thore denied,"'  Tho uiiilu stream Is 2,500 miles in  le'ugtlj'-that' is,, nbout ten times thnt  of the Seine." As Mark Twain has snid,  It is "the jerookedest river'.' lu the  world, traveling 1,1.00 miles to cover  tlie same .ground that a crow would  fly'ovbrln'rOTK. For pove*al hundred  miles It* Is a milo in width.. Hack In  1SS2 It .was seventy uiilcs wide wheu  tho flood was highest. ...  The volume of water discharged by  it Iuto the sea Is second only to the  Amazon nnd ,1s greater .than tliat ot  all European rivers combined (omitting  thu Volga).   The amount ts estimated  .at ISO cubic miles nnuually-tliat Is, lt  would (111 auuunlly a tank VAil miles  long,  130 miles wide and- 130 miles  high.  .With Its tributaries it provides  "somewhat' more thanA1(l,000 miles ,,ot  '���������navigable wntor, moi'o thnn any othor  , system ou tho globo except the Amn-  ami nnd moro thnn enough to'reach  from Lako Superior to I'arls by way  of   Kamchatka- and   Alaska,   nbout  three-fourths of- tho wny nrouud the  globe.   The sediment deposited is -100,'  OOO.OOOMons. enough to require daily  for its removal dOO trains of fifty cars,  each carrying fifty tons; and to, niatvo  each.vear two square miles, of new  carlli over a hundred feet deep.  ,  The area which it drains ls roughly  1,250,000 squnro miles, or two-fifths of  the' United States,  Tbat ls, Germany,  Austria-Hungary,   Franco, arid   Italy  could be, set down  within this area  and there would still be some room to  spare.  lt lias the strength, forUhc most part  put to no use whatever,'of 00.000,000  .horses.'' The difference between high  water and low water Is in sonic places  flflyfoot.'whicli gives soiiio impression  of llie nuigo of its moodiness.���������John  Fiuley in 'Scribuer's Magazine.  Ethsl   Smyth,   Famous  as  Composer and Suffragette.,  utilized as dustjCov'ers.,.   ,,,  Old* sheeting" m'ny''nlso" bo-sewed lip  into useful bags-for inclosing, frocks  while they nre in Hie wardrobe or Inlo  cushion slips',"which(ean be tilled with  down or"fwithers.   ..',,���������  The Stole';S������sh. ,.-  ��������� Tlio stole snsli fulling ntl'h'e front'or  bnck of lhe waist line nnd a little to  one side is extremely fushlpnable.     ;:  AAS.i. A:t?.n. .:. L^#W������..+A)fc,  BliUUSB or NAVY BliOB CHrKFOlT,  kept-simple./ They may .have the low  Kobcsplcrre collar,or, the niore recent  Importation,.tbo Medici collar, which  Is very stimniiig softened wiih frills���������  of.'lnce. The.frout of the' blouse Is almost-hidden under lhe billowy fvllls  of,lace which form the pointed Jabot.  ThV'siebvcs are long, with the.-pie*  turesquo In'co fi'llls falling over tho  hand. Very" often thoso blouses of  wliito brociido'nro devoid'of nny ,col.q>r.  Again, the'sug'gestion of color niay be  Introduced ever so slightly In lho wny  (if piping or in tho buttons. The yellow of amber Is sometimes' skillfully  tmed In this manner, with tho nmbor  buttons as lho tliilshihg touch._ - Tlio  blbuso iliustrnted Is*n^dressy affair, of  navy blue chlffou oversold ,gp|d satin.  nonnK coi.T.An.  CLEANING GARBAGE CAN.  Timely Bcc Notes.  tl In Ilio veriest folly to try to winter,  jver a vfiilf *,������l������*nj*l for H i������i nlnin'tit  liiro to pnrlsh, nnd for tills nnd other  roniions niilto two or moro such,col-  Miles to give Biilllclont boos to insure-/  ivni'intli, etc Just throw thom togbth;.  Dr In ouo hivo, (puioiis nnd nil. nnd I'oti  lho heoH (lulil it out thomselvos iih to  which qiioon slmll flwny the scepter ot  power,  cnirmiNfl icowfioiiT or kudhoidbubd  vw-vrr.  'J'ho snnh shown hero Is of nmlcrlnl  (lite tho gown, und nppllqucn of velvet,  Biubroldoroil, match thu whlo collar.  tt Is a mootort quo'stlon ns to whother  Ilio onlrprico of the hi vos should ho con-  Irnclod whoro boos nro to lie wintered  out,of floors, Mnny osports coiwldor It  heat to contract (ho entrances. A shin-  ijlo or othor ploco of wood cnu bo unort  for this purpose, It should ho sotnclc-'  id over the onU'iiuco of tho hive ns tn  illow the colony nn outlet of oue t������  WO llU'lll'S, '  Sardine 8slad.  Tnke.isotno cold cooked .flsli-had  duclc wlll tlo-freo*. It from skin nnd  bono nud (lnl������o It. i'lnco a la.er ut  (his In u dish nnd nprlultlo It over with  minced ghcrUIns nnd a few lirnlnod  enpors, Arrango on Hits n inyor of  wllcod f I or man nnunngo nud tirrntigs  ou Vtt-i toil of I!.a [ibi, t������\i,-ZhK������ tritid  from skin nud hono nnd split In hnlvcs,  Cut soma lottuco hcnrls Inlo qunrlors,,,  plnco nronnfl tli^ illsl) wlUi Imrd lio|l<  cd WW, AI������o out' Into qiinvtoi'M, Then  pour ovor tlio following irnucoi Tnko  tho flovii of three unrJlnes nnd rub to  n mnootli pnsto with lho yolk of two  bard bollod eggH, n pinch of cnyonno,  n grate of nutmeg and two tnblenpoon-  full ench of olive oil nnd vinegar,  Mont tho'snuce well before sddlnor U  to tlio tntnd.  Housekeepers    Should    Insist    Upon  Attention Being Paid to Refuse,'   (  Honsokeepcl'B who' beinonn tliot,wcnr-  (ng out of tlioi'gnrbnge can,' im mutter'  how nonruslablomicl costly It mny bo,  should hco. to It that ninlds keep It dry,  As this cannot bo dono without onro-  ful disposal of garbage, 'lm*������t on ull  tho tnblo rofuso holng drained nnd put  tho rent; lu pit por,  Old newspapers kept In a hot In tho  kitchen answer, but cooIjh may bo encouraged to cleanliness hy providing  thom witli paper bugs mndo especially  for garhago palls of nonnbiiorbciit pn-  por, ���������  . Koop tho gnrbngo pnll dry nnd yon  will hnve' no odors, no noxious gnsos.  'Onft housekeeper burns nil lho gar-  Dago ������ho enn. Clotwhy. tlio regular  cniris nn 'old'prosbrvlng Iwltlo'wllh st  round, broiler lining about halfway  down It. The gnrbngo Is set on lhe  hrollor, n few drops of conl oil put on  it to burn more easily, the iixhes drop  Into' tho bottom of (ho kotllc, and a  watch Is kepi that lho refnso U not  heaped too high so tho ilnincs Hcalter.  Whonovor a gnrbngo run ls emptied  the innldu should lm wiped out with n  cloth dipped in U*i obuiiu.  Tub Toys For B*by.  Oulto tlio culest and most practical  trifle for tho bnhy Hint hn������ been  thought of Inlely In n smnll, host qtuil-  U> huth miou**, v.l.lrh l:. at t!:c I'-ixt,  timo n tub toy, ,Tho top M lhe tienrt  Of nil Indestructible celluloid doll, Joined to tlio spougo will) n fow liny blue  bows and a fulling ht liliio'satln, It It.  ���������o light tlmt It flpntu In |ho wntor and  so Is nlwnys In roach, nnd of courso  It nffords uiillniltod nninsoiuent to tlm  SHE WAS GOING.TO; DIE.:  Then Something Happened'That Made  ;* .   the Sick Girl Well.'  ^ . I a.  An Atchison young lndy. had been  ill for. .some time nnd finally'became,  mucii'. depressed. She told "a. married  sister!..who wns assisting iii caring foV  hei*, Ui'at.shb knew"she was going'to"  die,'.a"iHi;t|iat'slie might nswell'dlstrlb-,  ute.iier possessions;', "I'll.give you.my,  cofar^cads,".'she 'said'.to'Uie mnrrled  ���������sinter', "but Mary Is to-have liiy.dja;  .moud^ugibejuiuscLIOi^^^S^fiSSi-  __ri!l diiimbnds given to" you by your  husband."'. .���������.*,-   *.     h'.'Y ������������������' A..-"  ," The "sick girl cxpeetcd.themarrled sis-  ler.'tb fall on li'eifneckjind weep, not  only.'at the'sadness "of" her'.iinp'tiding  find lintlinely.dea'th," Iii it been iise of tier  ���������generosity-In. tlio mntter/of her cornls.  So it" wiis lib wonder ,.thnt every /nerve  in tlio invalid's body "was Jarred by the  married 6lster's answer:   "Welti of all  the nervo!  Giving me your llttlo-strliig  of cheap corals! : Why, they cost only  ?20, while your diamond ring is worth  every, bit of ?2!">0.   It innkes me tired,"'  tho niurrlcd sister continued Iii excited  tones,.''.'the 'wny,you indulge'Mnry;'  Why, slie's nt a party this very minute, and .I'm ,slnvlu'g. horo "with youi  As for my' diamonds, didn't 1 holp' my;  husViand scrimp and sn'vcV" A ��������� "  But right hero tho sick, young, womnn,- buoyed up.by'rlghlcons",lndlgna������  Hon',,Iter! blood pinupliig through lier  veins with nngor, sat lip, put her foot  llrnily ou tho Iloor, got up uiid dressed.  "You enn tnkO tho ncxt>train -for  heme," slie snid to the nsjoplshed mnr-  rled, filsler. "I'll Just wear iny diamond ring ntid corals inyiJelf ii littlo  whllo longer."/ This ls! a ,lnio>tory,  mid, although tho Incident occurred six  months ngo, the Atchison, yomig. Indy  hasn't been sick a njlriute bIiico.-  Atchlson Globo.   ,   ,-.  DR, EnihTi BUVTK.  ,,Window simisbiug and the gentle art  ot musical composition scorn Bbpnrate  aud distinct vocations,;bnt Dr. Klhel  Smyth, oue ot the most famous of wo- ;  men composers and an Buglish suffragette of the very militant type, ls nble  to combine both achievements success-  tally.       , "'-.':  As evcry oue knows. Ethel. Smyth  ,  was arrested not long ago on the charge  of,'being concerned in (he atteuifitto  .bum Lewis Harcourt's country houso  nt Xonphn'm.'.Oxford.   Slie has put tho  woman's demand for the vote into mu- '  sic In her choral satire "J010," which ls ,  u grotesque symphony of stiffrngclles,  niitisuffi'Hgcttos and the hullabaloo of a  rartinuicnt square riot.  The University of Durham conferred  on Miss Smythjtho degree of doctor ot'  music,two' years>.ngo lu recognition ofs  her work."    ',<;'..... .���������..'"     '���������      ���������  Hat Trimminos at Weird Angles.  "Aigret trimmings now,'slant nt very  weird   nnglos.>   Sometimes   the   tali,'  thick , aIgret' sc,ehi_J  t������^ be ppisedr cr-  lictly/ upriglVt."against'"the  hat rbViui  wheii the lint Is."viewed",off, the head,  but the' hat Is- probably ..donned ute^1  decided  angle.'   The,aigret '^takes  ������  backward,. almost ,,horizontal, -sweep '  "\vtieu Uio finished effect Is-achieved.-  Anl(_s_ireuio_modal__sbows_4ilha_^  .tiiruing up steeply at;tlie'_fi*btit-for six  inches,; while; at' the "back, there la .;  scarcely any lirlm at all.   A/sllff brush/'  nlgret   stands''oiit-  fitraight'  nt - thev--  back, exactly. "at--rlglit'*angles to thot  uprising brjm.in, front.^ Off the", heart -  this'hnt is ii veritable carlcnture. but  when on tho thigh'brim slopes .back-o  ward'audnot'straight up, and Die long '  brush algrbt slnnts downward In, elite  end grnccfiirniiiuucr..,.Sometimes" long ,  Wings riro poised upside down on the  lint,  their long tll>������  meeting st tho   ���������  back,"fnr beyond tlie lint brim.   A hnt  of this sort was. noted tho other,after-', ,  iioon at. bho of, the hotels.'A pretty  young woman removed her loose llmou- ���������  sln'o'coht, tb reveal'-a graceful frock of  taupe,colored pernio stnff-a worsted-  nnd mohnlr weave of softness'rind Ins-  .or���������und   the   clmrnilng . frock,  was  matched by a taupo plusrti hnt having  two lmm'cnso taupo wings shading to  cornl nt the tips.   An ornnmentof dull  sliver and coral waa placed ncross lho  front of the hat,, between tlio wings,  l'alent leal her boots with tnupo colored buttoned tops nccompaiiled the  tntino frock.-  1  child,   An^ono who linn struggled to A���������\ 7"c"  smuse s child in Its tub snd end (lie   mllrH.���������Tiirtc*.  ,��������� ���������  Could You Do Better?  ���������'I wns ope of n pnrty of,four tnking  nnonrly dinner nt un oport'i'nlr'rcBtnii'  rnnt In'cologno on the Kotirtu of July  wverui years ngo," says a New York  rrlbuno render. "Wo sent* polllo request to lho orclicstrn lender to play  ���������The Slur Spangled Banner' nnd wero  told that, tho composition wns 'un-  known!* Wo wero surprised nnd vexed  iind'tiillird n lot nbout tho song,' Its  origin," Its bcntily, nnd finally iIIscoy-  jred thnt had tlio Imndiniislbr ptn'yed It  wu-all four of ns-coiild have, sung  only 'In-Ill' to tho second verso and nil  iflcr it." '  . Malps's Nosdls.Rock.  In -llliio.lim'liny,, tie'.', tliero,Is ���������  plnnnclo rock only si* feet In dhnieter  nt lis lop which projects to 'within  won feel.of the Kiirfaco of the wtilvr  and rlHos 'nearly pcrpemllculnrly out  af n depth of seventy-eight feet,;The  (ixiHtoncn of UiIh rock Is tin evidence  of tho dltriciilty, even In well Vtnjwri  waters, of demonstrating that nu lw������  luted roclis nro lying In wnlt for heed-  It-:"; victim!1,   nnrp<*r'c,  Tho Good Ho Did.  "Do you rciilly believe, doctor, that  your old medicines lenity keep .iitiy*  body nllvoV" nsked llm skeptic,  "Wuri'ly," iroturncd Uio dbi-tnr. ".My  prcwrlptloiis Imvo,kept Unco druggist������  nnd their families'nllvo In this town  for twonty yenrs."��������� Harper's Weekly,  ���������������*-w" win* ������������������������ ���������; ���������  Pretty Long Run,  Dutch Comedian--1  pluyed   llnmlet  tnoe.   <*lioriw-Dld  yon  have n   long  'runV   Dutch  Comedinni~AI)Oiit  iliree  What to Uso en Floor,  nniiilsoino hardwood-Moors nre the   .  Joy of a proud housewife.   Mkowlse,  they plenso lho maid, for tlie nmount  of care tlioy reqtilro Is negllglblo in  comparison with thatdomandod by the.  old fashioned carpet, when nny pre-,  tcn.oo ot keeping the, house clonir* nnd  snnltnry wns mode. ,      ,   ��������������������������� '���������   ,  The passing of tho carpet marked  (lie beginning of a new epoch In house'"  building. ' .rormcvly, buly tho kitchen  floor wns considered of special Importance; uow, nil tho flooring must be  good, boonitHo, with tho general use  of 'rug., lnrgo and small, It In nil mure  or lees pipoaert to (ho visitor's gazo.  As for tho kitchen floor In thoso times  It.ts more likely thnn not to bo eov-  ored,wlth high grade linoleum, laid in  cement deslgnod for tlint spoclnl purpose nud innktng.n *snmlp������H covering  thut mny be washed with sonp nml  water aud thnt wlll outwear mnny n  wooden floor, If glvon a cout of linoleum Tarnish onco or twice u yenr.  bath expeditiously wlll reklce |n Hits  delightfully attractive dollr. it um  be DaiJ for 70 com**  Not Uio hody, hut the sonl. utrlkcs Ihe  Wow In whicli lives vlclory,-M;ig,������,  Tho Pint toeweptvper.  1'too first dntly nowspnpur'tn the  world was eslnbllshod and edited by s  Womnii-Kllznbeth WulloWn London,  t'Oliy "It was culled Uio Dnlly Ceiirnnt.  Th'i tlrst dnlly pnper published In ths  Tntted {"etc1' ri" t'trtf'tr<1 hy n wntMnn  Tho tlmt ncwspaiier In llhorto Ishind  Iind iv woiiinii ns Its publlshor, ns-hnd  Olmi thn pccniid pnpor started In Now  York clly, 'ilio Muryliuul Clnzotte. the  Ilrst pnper estnblUheil In Lord Baltimore's colony, wns stnitod by a w������-  iiiuii, and the hUiiio Ih true of the Mr-  gllilu tliiM'tte, tho llrhl newspnpor ������o  jnlnt Uie Doclnrntlon of independence.  Their Quid*,  "Murljf.  ���������'Yes, pnpnV*  ,  "Look lu Uie society columns nnd see  nhero your mother expect" in ppcnrt  iiHXt Sunday. If lu lliU nuiiitr.v w������  will go to iind her."-in-nve. Itopuh*  Itcnu. ������'������*������������B^5W*,iW4afc������������������^1������U������S������SStt^  ] it-  KiV  VA A,  At ���������  'I- '���������  ������i. *i  .yd  a.>;'.  ik  ill  1.  ���������iV-l  :-!"'>  l j ���������  I  a  ;t,''i  %  #  ls-k  -.? '  f  ajj/  tliii  ' lift  k  l! *'  (���������.��������� !  tf1 '  AA -  i"  W  Iii  ���������I i  l>  l  i).  siii&UM)������Sliii*&^^  COMFORTERS  Groy Hljuikots from.,. ,-7\i'.-=X-..... #$2,75 n pair  Whito Hlunkote.,.,,',,".,:,,,'., ������/,':,���������,. 4,00 n pair  Comforters from..,,...,...'.. .������1,75 each and up  UAKV  NOTICE.''  ���������Mt������ip*eM  Vancouver Land District  District of Sayward  ' .TAKE ..NOTICE /tlmt  Myrtle  liuiitiette, of Vaticoui'er, occiip-i  taiiiiti-s 1(50 nereis more ..or lew.  M votlk'. BoxnettiV 'A ppl Mit.  Turn iintier, Agent.  Dntod January- ftro, 1913.    * . ,���������  LOST���������BeVween Cumberland  i iml, nurse, intends to apply fov and Courtenay on Satutday  IH'i'iiiisfiion to pnreliMB- the   foi- night, ,; a  left hand  fur glove  A new Stock of Extension Tables, Parlor Tables and Chairs of  We always carry a full stock bf Beds and Bedding,  Springs and Mattresses  Kawcctl'd Stoves and lianges uro the best,       -  ���������OArj.-AND-INSL,BCT-TiiEM.  McPhee illoftk, A. MoKINNON    Cumberland  lowing deserted , IflndBj^���������Coni-  moneing tit'a jvust planted and  marked the north-west comer of  lut 584:; thence east 40 chains,  uoi (li 40 chni lis, thenee west 40  ehaitig.'thence south 40 . chains  to point of .commencement  con-  Please retnrn  Reward.   ,,  to  Nicw8.. office;  FOR SALE���������6o sucking pigs,  #3.00 each, money to accompany  order., Apply Robert . Sollaii,  Hoinby������ Island,  **>\���������  S'  NOTICK TO, CONTRACTORS  Fannv Hay School.  ���������EAJJS!) TENDERS, superscribed  'Tenders for Fanny Uay School,"  <v,ll be received by the Honourable the  "Minister of Public Works up to noon of  JF,i<J iy, the ?gtli d.iy of February, J9>3������  lor tne erection and completion of a one*  ro'im sthoQl'fouiW'ngitt Fanny .Jay.in  jhe Comox Rteclor.'il District, y  . Plans, specification i)r. contract, and  forms of Tender may bc seen on und a-  {ertlic 7U1 day of February, 1913, ai  the office of Mrj George Thomson, Gov-  eminent Agent, " Nanaimo - Mr. John  lV;iMd, Govem\ier.t Agent, Cumberland;  J\lr. Fred Larson, Secretary of Schoo-  lJo.tid, Union Uayj and the Depaitment  pf Public Works, Parliament titi'Mings,  Victoria, h. C.  Copies   of    plans.and   specifications  - mayjjc obtained on depositing* certified  (cheque of $10, to be refunded on return  !.f plans and, specifications .by d&te ten  fjeisnrc receivable. ,?,  Bach proposal'must be (accomp<������nied  In* au acceptpd  bank cheque or  ccrtifi-  jt make* other people like yon  better. vBetter Imvo Others gtt.  stuck on you than get stuck on  yourself. Nobody gats, stuck on  1; knocker. Don't be one, ,lio  good.''  Thero {s considerable ".slang  phraseology in the above, but it  is ncvertbfless the truth, and the  truth calls for no apology.���������Kd.  Customs Inspector "JWnrehiint  paid Cumberland an official yi<$-  it this week. We were pleased to  meet onr old friend again and  have a chat witli him.. It is over sixteen yenrs since we last.had  that pleasure, ancl it was a pleas-  nre,--" _,  The receipts of our local ciibtoms  since "opening -have been' over  $22,000/ ���������   y- i'h'  MARQCCHI BROS  grocers;.* bakers  CAPITAL. $15,000,000 REST,; $12.500,000  MONEY ORpEfeS ���������  Issued by iWCaniidian Bank of Commerce, are unsafe; convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money.: ;These Orders,-;  payable without charge at any. bank in Canada (except m'the Yukon  Territory) and'.n'the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following rates:       ..;,"'    ^       A- :, :,  ^  $5 and under ....,;.. ,,,,..,   3 centu-  .  Over    5 and not eafceedtng $10...........   o        ',;'  ������    io      " "      .    30 i.,..10 -:������������������������  ���������       ������    30      ��������������� ���������'���������       .   50..*......;.. 15  S.Q  AND PROPRIETORS^OF  s  CUMBERLAND B  ^<  TLINQ WORKS  A..  , ������������������%.<���������������������������. ���������  -ift.-  Agents for. Pilsener Brewing Com pany'sJJEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds'of'.^  ,  Wines and, Liquors.        ,   V;'  SECOND   STREET  ,Av*,  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  ohould be mada by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN ORAPT8 and MONEY  ORDERS. ^ Issued without delay ot reawoaWe ������t������������.  tUMBERLAND BRANCH....;. ;i. W, WHirBM  iittiawaiiiniiffini^^  *  0.  Wx&mnWk% piano  r;       !.-������������������������������ / ��������� . . tm -,--,  '(.-���������'ne of deposil op a cfi3rt������red~6ank"of  Can.ida, made payable Jo the. Honourable tl.p Minister of Public Works, fpr-a  .^u'i,, equal to }o per .cent of tbe tender,  which sball be. forfeited if tbe party ten-  Vk-Hny duciine to l������ntcr into contract  when called upon to do so, or if be ia'ii  to complete tbe work contracted for  ,'I In* cheques or certificates of deposit ol  fin-.uccessful tenderers will be, relwrned  ' j.i- ihe-n i)por������ the pxccmioa, Pf the  contract.  Tenders will not be considered unless  ' made oat on the ; forms supplied, signed  ������\iil>-ilie aclpal $j(_rtAturc of the lendcu  ^;r, aivl enclosed in tjie pnvplppps furn-  it-hid.   ���������  TYfi loAe������st br any tentJpr not ficcc,ssar  jly ri'pceptefj.  j; 15. GJUFFITH,  J'ublic Works Engineer  |)cpariment of I'ubjic Works,     .  ������    Viciioria, li, t.* yh r.bruary.^Qj...'  .   fqbntns;  um   u ������'rji.  - Mayor Campbell aiid Alder-  man Beveride have been appoint-  as delegates from the City Conn,  oil tointerviow the government  at Viictoria, in the matter of in-  _crease_cL_fijiaiieiiiLla&&iataiige_^fur_  on* public schools. The School  Board will select one delegate,  and an outsider will/he selected  as the fourth. Wo wis), them  success.  "RAISIN WEEIC'-From the  17tli to tho 22nd at The Big Store,  Watoh our Grocery Windotv for  these days; it will bo of value lo  all .  FOR SALE���������Good Island po.  ja'ucs, $i.oo per joo lbs, delivered at wharf. Apply Robert  Sollau. Hornby Island, B. C,  Real Estate and Insurance,  Licensed Auctioneers and Valuers.  We have a large number of. enquiries fur acreage in ������,  Coi������<������.v Valley ; - if you havo anything  to sell,  LIST ,  % -a  WITIIUS. .  -"A ..;:",     ��������� '   ���������    ;;,.;  We are AUCTIONED ' y{  SEE US if yoii want ashle aiid. we will ai range one at t.Ho shortrot  .  l    p.ssible notice, and get the.BEST PlilOES.'  OOUBT33kAYV        B.Ol  GOVERNMENT ST. VICTORIA, U. C,  ���������'���������". Complete Stock of"c-Ye OldcvFirme".\-    ������������������'���������,  Heintzriian& Co. Pianos  ������  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND*PRICK LISTS.  \   ,,    .Convenient Terms of Payment, Arranged.   ;,  M9GOVERNMENT STREET, Opposite P.O.   VICTORIA; t.G  -5  I  1  '���������i'--ii->-  V NOTICE.  A That J, J. Choy of Ctimber--  land, 13.. C, has been doing business iujth.e said city as dealers'"in  Chinese general merchandise un  der the firm name of ��������� Chong  Sing & Co., has this day sold to  Gim Que and Yip Kin C������>." All  accounts hereafter between the  said J. J. Clioy in the name of  Chong Sing & Co., we will not  be responsible.  Yip Kin,  (tim Que;  Dated at Cumberland this 29th  day of January, 1913.  DENCY SMITH  Show of  Fall Hats, Auto  Bonnets, *  *        i  Children's Hats etc.  NOW ON  Courtenay,  B.C.  *  I  ^w������������������������������in  Tho following advico was given  tu Nf*, and we thought it hut right  lu pii.g it along;���������''It   there ' ie \\  cliniice tu boom   business,   boom  it.    Don't bo a knocker.    Don't  f.ull a long fnco and get eour on  \oiir Ktdinach.    J lope n hit.   Gut  n Kinilo on yon.   lluld   up  yonr  hi'iul,    Get   a   hold   with   both  l.midii,   Tl'en pull.    Iinry  your  hatcluit.   -Drop your toinaluiwk,  Hide your littlo Jintnui,er,   When  a ct ranger drops in tell ,l������in> .thin  .i>- iho greateftt;to\ytCon;i)iirtli.    It  U iy  you,   Don'l  got  mulUh,  Don't roiiBt,    He jolly,   Got pop-  iditr.   It's dead easy.   Help your.  cir  nlong,    Push  jour  friend  with   you.   Boon   you'll   haven,  v. holts proeesfllon,    L"e n good rel-  |i)'<% *  No mnn ever helped himself by  liiioeUing other peoplo down. No  limn ever got ricii ii>ing lo make  p'juplo believe that lie wna llm on-  lv good man on earth. You can't  vTiiiib the ladder of fame by stop-  iiiiitf tot othor neonl*'.4 torns.  They're tlieir, conn*, not yonrs.  And ihi*y're tender, Keep off  the I'ormt,  AU mm aro not nliko. Once  in a while you uuy Iind one who  i* vvrv initnh   alike    Hut   foiih:  *  me different. You're not the  only shirt in the w������Mi# If you  don't like their Myle let 'em atone.  Oun't knock, You111 get med Ut  t������. There'* no end of fun J  jiti'iding vour own bn������itiOM. Ai.d  SS  mmm  V  [001  '  Eye on this  9  n  IT WILL INTEREST YOU !  The "Ideal" Stare  L'ilKilBiiailliiiifllUlffllllWIl^  I Capital Pftid.XTp $ll;500,000.   ., .    v\  Reserve $12,500,000  |  The; Royal- Bank of Canada, *f  DRAFTS l:-i'������D':* IN ANY OURRKNCY, PAYABLE- AI.L  A1  OVER THK W.ORLU, "  ;  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS..ACCOUNTS & iiiloroai  at highest Current Units allowed ou DepoFits of $1 and upwards.  OUMBERLANr, B.C., Branohi Open Daily.'  UNION WHARF, B. 0., , Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  COURTENAY,   B. 0,   Branch,   Open Daily;'   /  WM. HOHF, Manager,  ftiwni'nM^  ���������MHMHMMa^MBaaMMMMMMi������nn*HH_HIHHBia^^  1 nl 1 w ;.������������������'���������������  P, Phillipps Harrison  >     .       ��������� '���������_.."*'  BARRISTER AND SOLICITbR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANChNG  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  WMMMMI  ������tnu*n\mmm  =V.  BOfiO^fl:  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  V, 0. BOX 483  PHONE 30,,..  CUMBERLAND  J  IF YOU GET IT AT       PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  1  'i  Get Your Cycle Now  For ploiifure or buuiiiow. ruin or nhino, oily etreotH or OMin-  uinchiiitt yuuea i dt(/CijJ on.   IA a [ihh* hhiory hi ha muni-  raondiiiion ������,nd tho fact tluil it i-* hold by Plimliiy in yonr  RUtiriinlno ib >t it will prove nil thnt in ib rcprofonled lo bo  Send for a detnilel oduloguo    With(u 11 uceei������������orlfl������ tlio prlco  is only i'6'0 yO  .   : . -    ��������� ll'  DON'T  FOROBT that overy  ^IO CASH  ������pont ot Plimley*** entitle** you to a couiion"  for tbo FREE GIFT of a 1013 "Overkind"Cat������  8 ������  THOS, PLIMLEY  9.10VATES STftEET VICTORIA, B, C  \


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