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 1    ,*   *>-,  .'I    *f;a  It  jt''"fe  ,Ak_  '      ' -f V-  ,     .<$7  >   y  .       IS*'    -  ' j---"  |*m' [    ' ~'*'1%-  ll'"' 1  fa*'       ������'  A1  1 -  K   "                       *"'  1  'I,  i������!      %���������'  1  ' 11  m  . 77  r'-^A.  M7A  yry:^.  A. Journal Devoted Especially, io the Interests of Gornoic District.  1 b ...*���������- ���������  '.The"News, Twentieth Year,'  CUMBERLAND jT.-O.-y   WEDNESDAY J AN.-, 22;   1913  Subscription^!.00 a Year  Ths Stere  of Quality  The Store  of Quality  lf  A)\ 4.  a! I  \'  :k  1  /   <*  . Yy  ��������� ������������������{/-,  ft  The  Bis Store  Which .* means many lines--must; be  cleared out', as   we do,'not  want to"  TAKE. THEM IN. STOCK,   aildwe   Will   1*6-  ,;,q6ire the   room for; new. goods  that  ,.'will soon arrive.'   ,  - ',.;',.  .)  : ;<.   .WE NEED MONEY'.-' ';;������'  and are offering you   a, splendid opportunity   to -secure -many lines: at  , Bargain  Prices. "'-'Special Prices'on "  remainder of up-to-date--winter   mill-  inery;   Remember the date;-';,  Until January 31st.  Our Grocery'Department is- always  -stocked with.nothing   tout, dean, new  'lines.'at 'closest   prices.    We    want  .;your order and Guarantee! satis -  -.Phone 38,,,  First Meeting : *  of New Council  The mayor and'aldermen ,elcct  met in the council chambers on  Monday evening and were* ad-,  ministered tlie oath, by Magistrate Abrams, after which,  short  LEISER & CO.,  "#^m>$&!&^������$&s^ &&&%&&���������  ;        Statement    '������  cf cxpenditnro'of Public and High  'Subools.year eliding Dec,    ,  31st, 1912.  i<     '" -  ''"fl.  ���������A  159 05  bt  1^  /  Teachers' cakries...... 87,105,00  Janitor. ."'..'..    755 00  Siiiiveiipjcr.': ���������'   00 00  Klectrie Light Co      52 85  .Chirk & Stowart, Vau'r.  'Supplioa      00 70  ���������A. Maxwoll, coal and  ' .   freight hauling..  A. II. Peacey, drugs,.  ink uml paper      4-7 05  W, McLoiiau, lnbor  ' ami lumber    228 00  C. II. Tarbell, castings  nnd labor i....������  It, Grant & Co. lumbor  Win. Poller, labor....  Dr, MiuiNuujjhton  health inspection....  Jtieideiiliiln      08 55  Jticlianlison it Iloriml  hauling      10 00  C.C. [!>.] Lid, conl....   101 50  Potter &Kirkbrido  coal ami hauling      25 00  1*1,  Viirlviiihoii,   painting   127 30  T. K. Unto, hardware  ������upplio������.,,..,   h. W, Nun ub, wator,.j.  'J', fl, Carey, Hilary....  i OSlllgtf, luicgl'lllllb   UlO���������,  111 00  70 50  <lt 00  75 00  Refund'Water C<>' *  Dal left from night schl-  7 25  fl' 00  Total receipts from  outride ciiy ."$0,253 35  City of Cumberland... 8.115 45  1   ���������'     Total..: #0,870 80  THOMAS II, CAREY   '  Secretary Hoard of Trustees  Cumborland, li. C-  I hereby certify  to having examined  tho abovo accounts and  found, samo correct.  -    ,       T. AfiTON  Ciiy Auditor for 1012  ���������t>-  ���������18 85  22 25  50 00  n *- ti  {{  Total expenditure 1012 8U,������7U 80  THOMAS IT, CAUEY  II Cumberland, \\. C,  I horoby certify to having examined tlio abovo neemmt and  found same eorroct,',  1\ ACTU.N  Cify \itdhnr tor 1019  RECEIPTS fOH 1912  Gov't gr.iut to school. .S*lt7*>5 70  camp pnpilri 1,205  10  in  High Sfhuo) ft***. "  Jlt-fnnd A. Maxwell,  80 00  Chief Constable Stephenson  1ms returned 'from a short vi-dt  to.his home at Nanaimo, to as.  certain lhe extent of the damage clone his home by the recent  explosion iu thc harbor. The  Chief found things in a bad mix-  up, which will take time aud  money to straighten.  Percy R. Winch has another  letter en thc Cumberland strike  situation in the Victoria Times  of January i8ih.  Rov. S. M Forsyth, son-in-law  of Mr, aud Mrs J, J Wier arriv  ed from  Springfield,    Missouri,  on Tuesday   evening,    Mr, and  Mrn,  l'Vsyth   will   leavo   next  ,������if������<il'     fat'      l< titi-tii-tClii*      Oi>(-.r>-r\!i  whc'i: Mi. I'o'.,)i.h hu-* .\tci'{A<..l  a c.dl to the jwstorale of lhe  Federated Church,  ��������� Oi -���������  vieojge koc o) Union iJay,  was iii town this week.  addresses were delivered   by.-the  mayor and aldermen..     A  'I "  The mayor in his address,  spoke on the" fiuancial-'coiiclnmu  of the city and the grading of  Dunsmuir avenue: He was a'-  sured that there would ;be complete harmony in the -council  during iheir term"* of, office and  that be would have their.'.support in a\l jiiattera pertaining, to  the.welfare of-tho city. ���������" ; ."A y  ' Aid. Maxwell said, that it liad  beeu stated that lie.was a.'Sbcitil-.  ist,-and    was    elected   on'-that  in - ' k~'"~ '���������  ticket. He wished to slate,, that  ho was not a Socialist,, and--.jSid  uot intend to talk or -act/politics while in . the council, ?.biu  was there to act in tho best;vin  terests bf tho city.    ?        "   'y ���������  Aid. Beveridge staled, that-he,  was   there   to-'do justice''to.^11,  'He knew that.it-would be a liard  year, but was confident Uiat tbey(  Avould pull through all  right.,- ''  Aid. Richard said, that;he-represented no political party, aiul  would serve the city to th'e���������best_  "of~his"abili"lyr^Al"dermen"*~CT>er  Aspesi and Miller, also deliver -  slioit addresses, in -which tJi'ey  pledged their best efforts for^iie-  .eity-'s-good-:*'-AY��������� ��������� *n ��������� -y-Y;y- *���������  After the addresses,  thli council' went into session'  The minutes of previous meeting were adopted        -��������� - " .  TheCitv Clerk  tendered  his  tf  resignation, lo take effect .on  March 1st.' Action in flic matter was deferred until uext'night  of meeting.  ���������AccountF:   >  Cumberland News  .������40.20.  The Islander ,  15.00  A. It. Kerstead    27:25  V, Dallos ",-'' 2.00  T. K. llato ���������' 3.00  C. H. Tarbell   Canadian Collieries  O, A, Taylor...,..  A, B Crawford    69-75  Thofollnwiiig ccmimittoos were  named atuljippoinlmerits made:���������  Financo Commit too���������-Aldermen  IJevt'iiilg(������, Maxwell and Coo.  Hoard   of    Works���������Aldermen'  *  Mnxwoll and Kiclnirds,  IJ.onnl   of   Health���������AMunuou  Coo, Anpesi, nud Milli-'r.  Polico C'UHiiiiiifionci'8���������Alder  men'Coo nnd J. V, Witlfion,  License   Commissioiiuis���������Aid-  urinrin Maxwoll  and  D, 11. Mac-  Donald.  '   Night ninn���������-Tlioft. Conn,  Polico Magistrate���������<h AbniiiiH,  ^[iidiciil   llwilili   Onk-ur-Dr.  lIu:l<A.  Hand Tnifiteo���������-Aid, Hovoridg'.  Council ailjniinu'd.  .   The following is the  result of  our recent civic elcciions:  FOR MAYOR  Alexander Campbell..... ...".145  Charles J. Paruhatn......... 82  FOR ALDERMAN  Alex. Maxwell 165  Win,.Beveridge...: ??. 146  Richard Cce,jr. 145  Jos. Aspesi ;.. ...'.-.... 144  Thos, Richards -.,- 137  John.,Miller.  331  Ed. C, Enide   96  Thos. E. Banks .��������� .' 9I  Donald R. MacDonald..:.,', 89  Thos. 1). McLean ..7  72  ��������� ���������' -First six elected, -'  FOR SCHOOL TRUSTKE  Jas, "L.\ Brown '.,.'...:--.. 139  Thos; Banuerman -....' "85  '���������������������������_^���������o_^j���������:���������  0  ,, Cumberland Local 2299,TJiiited  :;Mine-Workers of America, will  open thoir new hall on- next Fri-.  day eyening/Gy holding a social  danco. '-. Good music will bo pro-  videdjiud ivfreslimfcnfs served during tlid-evening. , A most enjoy-  ul������ tirne is expected. . . .  .."Wo have'juet recoivejl on our  exchitngo ' list a copy'of' ''The  Sidney/tuidJslhiids Itoview,", published at Sidney, Vai couver ' Is-  laiid A B. O.,-  which   is   a   Very  creditable, -livo colum'a '.weekly  newspaper bf eight pages, and s  bright and newsy. We wish tl.o  "publishers "ovary sifcceTlTahd a  bright fiitore for their papery  lCA' citizen'seven a oars-"in'arte'  "... - J , "     .  who  UR Mid-winter ��������� Sale., is  now   over,  but   we: still  have a few lines that must be*-  cleared before stock-taking on  the ist of  February.   ^  HOUSE SrfOES���������while they last  20 per cent discount        -   ' ??  HUB BER FOOTWEAR, specials below, cost  ������������������MEN'S OVERCOATS'AND-SUITS  -  at   snap prices.  Our new goods for Spring 1013 are l������?gin-  .ning to arrive and  wiien placed in stock  will,  give us ouo of the freshest and  best atsorted  stocks in town. , \  ? Our Groceiy Departmont, a"s usual, is right,  op-to date with Clean, Fresh Goods at ,right ���������  prices.  MACFARLANE  ���������       BROS. '     ���������  CQ-RNER^STORE  i  ���������rl     f    *������*  1,20  11.00  2200  "Saurly" has made an excel,  lent city cleik, We hope that  whoever .succeed.-; hini will prove  a- g'-od,  ,; If timcc aro bad, adveilisc iu  viir h)-:i! p-fifi.i, aud uoi.A pa*-s  them t y r tor out.-idi! p: p r.������, who  h.iVi* 110 liiu-ie.'it.i in lhe -t.wu,  aud du not ht:\\> \>.\y llie i.t:*uat  (tive your local papers a  square deal,  iT'.iinc-". rU-n'-v, nf   IVmnnn   1 ���������  laud^piiid tin), city   a   vihit   let  Thuriidayj'aiid ivtiirnud lionio 0:1  Sulnrdny,    Ho wnn iicccimpimind  Ijyjiis^ister, Mrsjiobt, Cff^/oril.  tits ipr"ins',~conntry~p"apB"r;  had'-. never, said a good word tor  the,editor and who was always  opposed.1-.to- public - improvement  was^'dyiug.-"'' "How-do you feel V-  asked, the editor, who.-was on  hand to write Ihei obituary.' "All  looks bright boforo ��������� mo," gasped  the dying 'man. y k'I thought so,"  returned the editor, "you'll'Bee  the blaze-in about- ton,minutes.''  ���������Clipped.     '    .','-':  A surprise party was, held at  the home of Mr and Mrs It. * Foster, Maryport Avenue,- on, last  Tuesday evening, Dancing and  games .wore indulged in till a late  hour, overybody enjoying them  selves to their   honrta'   content,  Qiiilo a number of our citizens  aro Inking "advaiitngo of tho iiuo  Bleighing dnrii'.g this cold snap.  Never, was theo hotter sleighing,  in and around Cumborland; large  pai'tie-3 may be , seen turning out overy evening to onjoy  them sol vos.  Tho  cold snap-1 will likoly be  the menus of keeping lho plumb  or biiHy,  In tlio miilFt of all our troubles  such as stray dogs, snow, sleot,olc,  wo always have our littlo juke  down here, A' rather amusing  incident occurred the other day,  showing that Irishmen, oven after  lonving tho old sod retain Iheir  ready wit, An extremely long  green Englishman blow into the  Nelson Hotel- bar, anUMis usual  wav- inuno iiately approached, by  the redoubtable "Pat," ' In languid 'tones' he said, ��������� can a uinan  have a dwink heah ? " - - "Shur<������,'.  said Tat, ''bring, your man in."  ���������ft is needless - to ' say. that, although the long ouo wont in  >oai;el\j;be. did!not find h),������-lUliiu-r-T  Courtenay Review .  C. H, "Tarbell intends opening  up a branch of his" business at  Courtenay. He has recently purchased a lot in that thriving com-  muuitv and will proceed with 'the  erection of a building as soon as  the weather permits. Marocchi  Brs. will also shortly erect a/ large  building there, to be used--as a  branch of their Cumberland business.  , '  .    NEW;HALL ....  -  Thb  U;M'W-*of'A- Hall on -,_.  Penrith Avenue is almcst coin plo*   A  -,'-���������' , iA      a '  ted -The "ereetionof'-tho hull is *.  under tho capable"supervision-of -^  Mr^ Wm MeLellan,-' cdntractoiV ���������' \  aud several aspistants ,;iNc pains ..'  havo been-spared to make this ed- ;"  itloe complete in every .way  There   .  A"'        .   -. ^^A-'-l'-l'Vl^    t   r      " "        ' ?'       '     '  will   bo a'stagd suitable for 'all.  kinds ' of   eutertainineV.ts and   a  good  floor for dancing;' also   a ,,-,  jilnco at the entrance h>r tho pur  pose of installing ,a moving picture machine . Tho hall has already been   wired for elcctrie  light  Mr McLellan  atid his staff of assistants are to bo highly commend  ed     for   tho efficient    way    in '  which tlin work has   been' carried  out. '  Some iu this town see dire  calamities ahead as the result of  our recent civic elections. Hut  we must give the council sufllci  ent timo to make good or bad,  before we sit in judgment upon  them.   If they do their best-for  the   city's welfare,   and   fail   to[>   Mr. Fred Jcpsou, of Nmiaimo.  come up, to our desires, they  aie roprt,sel]tilJg the  singer Sewiu-  Robert Iiott and Albert Pick-,  ard were tried before Magistrate  Abrams on Wednesday for abusive language to two Italian  miner*. They were fined ten  plmikfc cneli with costs, An assault charge against Pickard will  be tried on Fiiday.  to be commended for the trying.  They aro condemned as being a  bunch of Socilists, from whom  in the opinions of some, uo good  can come, but upou enquiry, "we  Machino Co., wus iu   town   tin's  week.  .   Courtenay is looking   forward  to a busy spring,   We  wish  wc  have only   found   one  or   t\vo;CouIcl any the same   of Cumber,  avowed Socialists, among them, iam|(  and Ihey are ol a mild   type und '  ������������-.���������_.  uot dangerous. We fail to-st*c| Joe Stawatt cxpecls to leavo  wliete thc Socialist council for Ocean Falls, 11, 0,, on Sun-  coincs'iii, unless it develops later day,  THIQ VA/PPK  1  1  ������ a Va**'  1*   >  -o���������.  A. J. Mnrrlv was elected mav  or of Victoria over tlm present  incnmbtMii Mr, I'n.kvviih \,\ a  innjo. iiv nf five.  George Jliiler was eleciul  mayor of i/'.dy.'.misl. over R.  Mor-.:;iu by a nmjoiity of 45  X'uuiuio sc-ckvu'd Mavor  vSluuv by a maj.irjty of OrO over  J. Il-ulgUtn.soi),  E3  Stock-Taking Prices on All Goods  A Few of Our Manv Reductions  Wrnppt'rotio nnd Rloiiflo FhtnnulflUo in exduslvo pattern ri'8 '20c yd.SALK TRICK 8ydn for $1.00  1500 yds of Art Miif-lin, n^oilod paltornp, ro;? 20o and Hie per yd, SALE IMUCK 10 yih for 100  1000 yds Funry I'rilled Curtain M.i.din, rc^ -10c h yd 8ALK VliK'E l yds for $1 00  (0(j /(!��������� ot .lupine^' Ori'jii.n in eclf colorf, rf-p ������10������ n yard, BALK i'KIOK 4 yd "for $1.00  :?(!:) ..tl- of.; >,..m-.- 0 Artt'.uip <i������ Kimt.na Chub, ng 'Km a y 1 SALI' PIUCP,:'. yU [���������x h'do,  Similar Reductions on Ail' Fall and Winter Stock  Good Selections to Choose From  8  1itW������������MnMHI fc-lPW  CAMPBELL   BBOS,  p^aaMCE8acvya^awaaigB^ -  _,* i'^VSw-*i  "i-hM'^1'-'  -lZ?A--*i- ,   -     .-������.'  **    '  '-.  ������>������������������   ���������'  *2i>. .* '  'tV-'i-'K  THE NEWS/ GUMBERLATO, I*. XV  "ST"  ���������V."  f i v  Jit-.  IN THE  BALANCE  ByL 6. MOBERLY  Atithar at  [fSmti.'Um.AatmUw," "A TMiM  Wtk,1.. ������*ln tf AIU������t Dow*  tflf,"  *t*m Mo.  WARD, LOCK A OO, LIMITBD  London. M������lbo*m������ and   TwMrt*.  A: ���������  r  [if  II.  A  i, t  _?  ii:  \h  (CtatlaaOXr  Uy wlfo iliought, and I confess I  was coward enough to think, that per-  3iaps you might suggest 601110 nllovla-  tlon, though wo'have Jong ago faced  lhe fact that anything .more Is <jut  of tho Question.   ���������  Dynccourt's hand, that balanced a  paper knlfo between its long shapely  Angers, closed suddenly, with such  force that th.. frail piece of Ivory snapped iri two. It was Intolerable to  Hit and llBte;. to Hernesley talking ot  his wifo. His wife���������his wife., The  ..words Jostle-1 and jangled ln Dyno-  court's brain, and ho tossed the .brok-  . en fragment of paper-knife aside, with  H smotherei exclamation of annoyance.  So, thoy had bade up their minds,  this man and Dorothy,' the Dorothy  who belonged to him, not to tho fellow  who called her wife, they had mado  up their minds that anything moro  was out of the question? Well, so ll  was. No one could expect that he  should rise' to such Superhuman  helshts as to. suggest doing what  might, what probably would, destroy  nil his and all Dorothy's happln-'ss  forever.  ��������� They had   only   entered  , Into this agreement, because lho third-  party to lt had undertaken to end lt  In a year by his own death.' ��������� The  whole face of affairs would bo changed If he lived, instead of dying. I!  he lived. Pah I Neither Clod nor  man could exact eo tremendous a eac-  rifice from any human being, as would  be exacted from him, Dynecourt, supposing he suggested a possible���������operation.  Only a possible one, after all9Even  If he did It, lt might not succeed,  ten. chances to one it would o not succeed, for Sir Miles was scarcely ln  condition to face a serious operation  now, although four months.- earlier,  when ho first came to be examined he  might have gone through it satisfactorily. But at that date, the operation "Itself was unknown; the possl-  , bility of such a thing had only come.  to light on that day in tho hospital  ���������warar-and-now���������it_would^almost_cei5.  talnly be too late. ' There could be  little doubt that it would be .too- late  ���������even if���������      ' ������  I feel ashamed of taking up your  time.     Sir Miles' musical voice Inter  rupted his thoughts; being merely a  dertllct, I ought to bo content to' stay-  in my place ln tho harbour until the  , time comes for my breaking up.;"  With a start, Dynecourt roue'ed  himself from thoso reveries that wero  leading him along such devious ways,  and his eyes onco more met tho clear  grey eyes fixed on him.   Thoy were  ������������������ tho oye_ of a man who. trusted him,  who did not for a moment doubt his  integrity, and something In that quiet  trusting glance .pierced Dynccourt's  heart with an arrow of remorse.  You mustn't feel you aro taking up  my time, ho said quickly. I wanted  to seo you.in any caso, in n few  months frojn tho date of our first Interview,' afid I shall bo glad to mnko  nn examination now, and to seo whether���������  Wholhor any alleviation ls possiblo?  Ilernesloy put. In briskly. Woll! lt  .will be good of you, and It will-caso  my wife's mind If sho feols that'wo  have loft no stono unturned, but that  everything has been dono which can  " be done.  Tho/io wo.'ds caught and rivettod  Dynecourt. Would lt really ciibo Dorothy's mind to know that no stono had  boon loft Uiiturnod, to bo suro that  everything bad been dono that could  lie dono?  Do You Realize  The property you have can be UBed as ,caeh to obtain good revenue bearing city property, also choice vacant lota situated whore the price Is  sure to double and may treble in the near future. Send us prices and  full legal description of your property and state class of exchange desired, ���������-��������� '_ ���������  TO EXCHANGE.  Automobile, 80 -horse power' In good repair.  Fully modern houses centrally located.  Clear Title .vafcant^Qt^/ft'lth.Boine cash for wild or Improved landa.;  - ''-���������'^%p&TY, hill & CO., . , .''  22 Canada Life Building,       Winnipeg, Man *  **f*iiaj9t^ftllj\fi***t**^^  FREE PRIZE  TO GIRLS  Beautiful French Dressed Doll  18 'inches tall," eyes. open and  shut, real. eyelashes, completely  dressed in satin, with lace and  ribbon trimming. Beautifully trim-  , med hat and real shoes and stockings.'  Send us your namo and address  nnd wo v/l'l send you 30 sets of  Christmas and other postcards to  .sell at 10 cents a set (six beautiful  nards In each, set). When Bold  send' us the monoy, and we will  send you the doll, all charges, pre-  ' paid'. Write to-day and earn your  doll uow.-   Address  HOMER-WARREN CO.  .'DEPT,   136, TORONTO.  t*i*tiim0t\t***(fi*%*i\t*ti**/*m^  But everything was not going to be  done that could be done. Had he  not jiist- been arguing with himself  that���������it was too late to, suggest operation, too' late���������to���������give to this man  with the ste._dfa.st eyes���������one .more  chance of life?  But Dorothy? Dorothy's mind  would bo eased lf���������something -wero  done���������wero done���������to���������  Again those wandering thoughts of  his were Jerked back from their wanderings by Miles' quite voice.'  You are trying to And words to tell  me that no alleviation is ever possible; don't try to pick or choose your  words. I say now, as I said tho  first time wo met: Be honest with me,  tell me the brutal undiluted "truth���������  I would rather know the worst. .  Dorothy's mind would be, eased If  no stone were left unturned that could  help her husband; "and there "was a  stone, a.big stone, tbat could'be turn-  ,ed.jw.lthjiJair_chaM^of..6T_Mep,<iand  fab ruri&MrtA'/fe>  mom  lmtm^Mi.mKo"^>\  TT.  I  f ,  Head so Itchy Could Hardly Stand  It, DandruffShowed on Coat Collar, Cuticura Soap and Ointment  Cured in Ono Month,  22.1 .'llzabolh St., Montreal, Quo.���������"Cull*  ' cum Roup nnd Olutinoiit rural nio pnrma*.  nimtly from dniulruiT und ncnlp Huh tlmt I  was sulTerJns whh wlnco over ft year. I liad  an InflummMlou of thu lunijs and n vory  Htront! fovrr. Whon I recovered, my howl  wan covered with krMoi and dandruff, nnd  It was ro lK'iiy I cmili! Imrdly stand It, 'J'ho  dandruff showed on my cotit. rnlliir. 1 Imd  Mod vnrloun inodldnox' without rnilof, X  linnrn" of Cultrum Houp nnd Olnlmont mid  decided to try them, anrt.1 um vory uliwl or  It, her-auno I am perfectly cured. J um-4  two boxed of Cutlcurn Ointment, with tho  Cuilciira houp. H took ono mount im euro  1..0. 1 IjVi' |'iKii ur������> In rrrmnunMifllnti Cull-  enra. floop and Olnlmont to nnyoim wlio In  fluttering with whip or skin AUtma.",  0'it.nul) Uectcr I'urrai, Hoc. .10, 1011.  TO REMOVE DANDRUFF  Provont falling lialr, rcniovo cnutu and  erslei, and allay Itchlnff and Irritation of  thn scalp, frequent nhmnpooi with Cuticura  lioup, iwKiitrd by occasional drttMlnun * Itli  Cuticura Ointment, aiTord tbo *prodlf������tand  most ccottciuliuil treatment, 'J'liey atulit. In  Itrntiioltnfr tlio (rrowtli nnd beauty of tlui  Juilr liy runovlnij thono t-omlluun1) VfM'-h  ti mi 10 mnko It dry, ihln, and lIMoti, often  l>.k<!i.iK U, i,iu...U;.hi K'-iii.A-j iiiw! lai.; ut  Jijir. ( 11 Intra Soap and Cuili-'iJ-adiiiliiitiat  at:' tr\ hy ilr'.ipKliti and J<j.iI������tm tlirnimliniifc  tt.it no A. I iM-r/il aumjAf of v.itli nuMoA  If.-, ������i.!i ii-.'-p. HUlu HfMiW, AiMn-m \m%  c.:i-(| l'ntt������r I)ru,< K Chcin, Corp,, IJppt.  tCli, lioiioii, V. a. A,  W, N. U. 025  he, Oliver Dynecourt who had always  prided himself upon his honor and  uprightness, was proposing to leave  tho elono untouched.c  I should ''never mince words with  you, Sir Mllos, he heard his own  voice saying, whilst out of a foe. that  seemed-to be at? the baclrof hls^bfaln  another voice cried��������� ���������   '  If you; do not put the truth, tho  whole, truth boforo him, you are a  murderer, nothing more nor .less than  a murderer? Yoii' could, never .look  Dorothy in the face again, If you do  not do everything that can bo dono.  ' A shudder ran through him. In  hl3 fancy he could.seo himself standing on tho brink of a precipice, ovor,  which one of IiIb feet already hung In  mid-air, whl'st the echoing voices of  all tho good influences in his life held  him back from the bottomless abyss.  You aro looking fngged now, but  you havo boen through a good deal ln  tho past few weeks, and all the.worry  and anxiety havo told on you, his  voico sounded to himself mechanicnl,  like an nutoraaton wound up to ijpeak,.  but ho folt Impelled to go on.  \*eH, I eeora to roysolf to havo gono  downhill rather quickly, moro quickly  than I cxpoctod to do, Miles answered,  but I put It down to this extra -strain  on my norvoa nnd mind, because utter  all, ho laughed a littlo, to bo accused  of murder glvoB one a horrid shock.  Ycb, to bo accused of murdor gives  ono a horrid shock, Dynecourt repeated, noticing vaguely that his patient  looked surprised at tho repetition, but  the words ran on ln his brain, and ho  found hlmaoT saying again���������  To bo accused of murder must bo  terrible.  Terrible-���������">von when ono ls innocent, If ono wero guilty��������� Sir Miles  stopped short, with a significance that  emphiinltmd tho brokon sontoneo,  Yes, if ono wero guilty, Dynecourt  repeated monotonously, and ln his  brain tho wov<1b swung to and fro, to  and fro.  If ono wo.*o ffullty���������Ijf ono wero  guilty, unless I toll him tho wholo  truth, all lho possibilities, thoro will  bo nitjrdcr on my soul.  Woll I tlio guilty man wont to lils  account In a strango enough way,  MIlfiH mild loloinnly; It i������ envious ho  should havo died In tho vory room  whoro Trltton lay dead. It was Into  that room that MIhh uj-son saw him  peering whon sho wont to put flowers  Into Trlttnn'H hands, Thero cnn bo  littlo or no Uoubt that It was Bournes  tho paw.  It Hooms n sort of Irony of futo that  ho should havo gono back thoro to  dlo, Haiti Dynecourt.  Or���������an act of clod, tho othor miBWor-  eo gravoiy.  An net of flnil, the i'.v.rj.r-OT> rc-lm. 1.,  oonsdoncn \ftaya quonr tricks with  mon, tirilcBB���������thoy cnn eilenco it of-  ft'iiiually,  And when 11 man effectually silences  1'pnnclnnco you mny ns well glvo hlni  Ujl   Uu    iuni,    k'a.M   lid i,������ la>a.V,i ,    t.aVtV.   kt. j ������-"-**'  a rmisonablt1 chanco for lho poo pi r  who will iitiil listen to something bo'  tor thnn their own Inatlncls or de  aires.  Dyiiecoiitl. looliud at lilm nl"*''  fearfully, tho words yverti startling,  ho.irlnij: ro fltrnniroly va tlioy did upon  hln own ln\v-.<rd ihougliiii,  Hnt I Imvo not como horo to waste  your tlnio ovr-r abstract dlHciinplonp,  Mlifts exclaimed, struck by a faint ns-  tonhhmout iliat tho surgeon wn3 up-  purriitly so willing lo allow tholr talk  to drift Inlo tlvido byways; now, will  r-i'U Ud\ me. tho hor.fpt, If tinpul_.t������  alftn truth about myxc-lf, uud I won't  boihor ;-<>ii nny moi",  (To lo Continued)  ft'i the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, ������n _ BEST HOME  DYE, one cin buy���������Why you don't er������n h������v������ to  know what KIND ol Cloth your Goods ������_��������� mada  of.-.So ^nstal:c������ nre Impoislblt,  Send (or Free Color Curd, Story Booklet, and  Booklet giving result*! of Dytinir over other color*.  Tha JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., limited,  "i'*== '^ ��������� MuutrcalrCaiiwdi. T5--���������   '  Water Really Necessary  yiannery. Buffers from, bashfulness,  6,n<l if ther������ is a more distressing complaint, wo haven't met it. Ho had  Ju&t,.Qhanged UU lodgings, ..top, and  at.such, periods as every bashful man  knows, the suffering becomes acute.  He avoided everyone as much as possible at first, but at last ho did muster  up courage enough to timidly knock  at hia landlady's door at about eleven  o'clock ono night and ask for a glass  of water. -,-������������������-     - " ,-  '-' _  -' It was handed to him with a smile  and the smile must have given him  confidence, for In less.than'a minute  he waa back again.  May I ask for another glass of water? ho said. And tho landlady, re-1  plying that he mlslit, gavo it to him.  " Another rhiriute, and' then "another  knock and a" request for a owcr of  water this timo. Tho landlady was  puzzled; ho must be cleaning or washing something, she concluded. Well,  it was'no business of hers,'so long-as  ho did not spoil tho-'furniture.  R-r-rap!  May I have another pail of-wator,'  please?, queried that 'bashful voice  from the door ogiiln.  -.Of course, Mi*. Flaunery! said eho.  \rou may have as much water as you'  please; but I told you when you come  there waa "no bathroom here,' and if  Toil want to swim���������  Oh, it Isn't tbatl,stammered Flan-  nery. Rr���������er,   you   see���������or���������my  room's .on flro!  The worlds standard  oi glove perfection  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. '  ' Gentlemen.���������I havo" used ' MINARD'S .LINIMENT, on my vessel and  ln my'family for-years, and fo'r the  every day-il's and accidents of life  J-'considerMt has no equal.'    ,    ���������  I.would not start on a vflyage without it, If It cost a dollar a bottle.  ,  CAPTaF. r. desjardin,  'Sehr'-.  '.'Stoi-i-c-," .St. -Andre,'Kamour-  aska. ' ��������� ��������� " '���������  ..:._:...11  6HSP.YOUR GRAIN TO  PETER JANSEN'COMPANY,  Oraln CemmlMlon Merchniits ���������- ,, Winnipeg, M������nltcb������  Make Bihs Lading read: Port Arthur wYcrt William. Notify Peter Janaeit,  Co., Wtnnlpen.  Lfbaral Advances -���������  Prompt Returns  Best Grade*  Exclusive Costume  The costumier came forward to attend to the nervous old beau who was  mopping his bald and shining . poll  with a big. silk handkerchief.  And what can I do for you? he asked. - ' .- ' '  '. I .want a little help in the way of a  suggestion, said the old'fellow. I  Intend going to the French students'  masquerade ball tonight, and I want  a distinctly original costume���������some-'  thing I may bo suro no one else will  wear.     Whit would you suggest?  The costumfcr looked him over attentively, bestowing-special notice on  the' gleaming knob: ���������      -  Well, I'll tell you,-ho" said thought-  ��������� Why don't you sugar your head "arid  go as a pill?   ������    ���������    ,  A murderer named James Schrum,  who' some months ago killed two 'men  at .Iron Mountain, Missouri, was. sentenced to ninety-nine years' imprison-1  ment for the first cririie? arid then'condemned, to be hanged for. tho "second.  His counsel" contends' that tho ninety-  nine years', sentence," having been first  .imposed, must bo.served first, and,.ho  has appealed to tho Supremo Court to  confirm"��������� his views.  SELF-LOADING  RIFLES  For simplicity and quickness  of operation, combined with  Accuracy of shooting, and ease  of handling1, Winchester Self-  Loading Rifles ore in a class  by themselves. They are  made in .32, .35, .351 and. 401  calibers, giving a ranee of  power that enables their use  for any size of game. They  are the *most advanced type  of hunting rifle and have  come to stay, as they have  proved their merits. Send  postal for illustrated catalog:.  Vticlntir l������fullJ| Aral Ci., Niw liim, Ct  *��������� .Mn, .how did you come to pick out  pa for your-husband?  ��������� I didn't pick him out, my dear, I  just drew hlni out of tho matrimonial  grab bag.-;  '" . ��������� ���������"  A Still Greater  Bald a local ahlorman to his son:  Look hero, look at, mot I begun lifo  at tho bottom of tho ladder, and hero  I am now ut tho top, And what Ib  my reward? Why, when I dlo my  ���������son will bo tho greatest voprobato In  tlio town.  To this (ho yoimj,' hopeful ruplloil,  Vos, dad, but. not 'till then.  Yow trooa Hvo to nn ngo of 400 or  500 yearn. Tho red borrloR nf ilio  yow are not polHonous, as Is commonly supposed, hut tho needs nro very  pnfornioitR.  ,   Jenkins's Brain  When .they spoke of Ilonry .Tonkins  all the village people said, "Ills inventions provo for certain ho's got  big things in his head," for the scores  of weird contraptions lt was .Tonkins'  joyvto build somewhat took their, rustic fancies, and their heartB with worship filled. ' First of all ho built an'  airship that did everything but Hy,  tliongh ho 'wld n dozen tickots���������first  roturn rrom earth lo sky,, Thou ho  mndo n steep producer, which was  guarantocd to bring soothing slumber  to tho iisor. Ilonry hwanked- like  anything that insomnia was conquered, and ho took It as a joko whon tho  only chap who tried It wont to sleep  and never awokb.  Undeterred, an Odour Killer was his  noxt assault, on fame; UiIh would Boft-  on motor fragronco, hush tho hum of  month hung game; but a public dom-  onstrutlon brought disaster In lis  train, for tho O.K. found Us master  In a rlpo and rampant drain, and the  blltlio and buoyant Jonklno snlforcd  typhoid for a npull, though it failed to  slop him thinking���������ho would do that,  111 or woll.  Now, ho crloil, whon convalescent���������  now tho world shall hall 11..T, ������h the  brainiest of mortals that has ovor  soon tho Ilgh', of dny! Willi tuy automatic bagpipes miifllo-lovorH I'll on-  thrall; to-nliilit by stealth I'll place  thom 'noiit'i MiioPliorsou'n gnrdon  wall, What joy wlll nolzo lilm when  ho hoars the alrn ho lovoo tho best I  Wlmt vision,) of Hwcot bunks and bnics  shall puncLunto his rest!  At mldnlgiit. e.nmo a doleful nound  from Muc'h potato patch. It'H cats!  ho growlod. Awn, yo flondH, nnd  other things to match. Hang! bang,  A big revolver bnlched nt .Tonkins  chunks of lead, and locals then ro-  markod with truth, Ilo'd big things ln  IiIb hoad!  .  Relief for Suffering Everywhere.���������  Ho whoso lifo Is mado mlHorublo by  thc suffering that comes from indigestion and has not tried l'armoloo's  Vegetable Villa does not huow how  1 ,  fr- ..*��������� .tin*) 1,**  Vnn pnn Vr������ .TonH  wllh. Thoso pills will j'ollovo whero  thorn fall. They nro tho roBiilt of  ong and patient study and are conll-  lently put forward as a suro corrector  it dlsordeni of tho dlgoHtlvo organs,  from which so inaii^; Hiiffur,  Thcro'fl ono thing   I want   to   see  while 1 am In Kuropo,  And what la Hint?  Tho Hungarian fiouhiBli In ucpslon.  Minard's Liniment Cure* Distemper  Clsloroform, tho rjrfat nnAOKthclie,  wns discovered by OuthrJo Jn 18.11 nnd  waa n>3t omployerl iu suritlcnl oporn-  lions in 1847,  She liad Such  Beauliful (lands  tliftt it wa* perfectly evident  t)ut (alio uH-il ONM-, tne  otl[;lnat liriud  cleaner, to remove tlirRilmc  of huuiework.  I la tu! ckniiem  by nny oilier  name do not  hmell nt lintel.  Avoid rniik  lmltn!l(>';.������. Ha-ir*.  reiiiM-itwr llie  name 3d  SNAP  Or*!c r trttn VMtr A*\\* r irr^ij.  1 ' _ H - 71 ���������*.���������,' 1  Advantages and Saving;' by Using  The Loading Platform  ' In thi;, writing wo desire to put,before- oiir Western Farmers the  caving and advantage of loading grain diroc*. on.cars. Shipping grain  through an elevator, it matters.not whethov a, Government elevator or ���������  one run by an elevator compauy or individual owner, does not add  the lead: fraction of a cent to' the value of '.he grain, nor doos lt give  tho farmer any bettor chanco of .marketing Jt to" advantage' than when' .'  loaded direct on cars. But loading direct on cars cuts out in the'first  place the elevator charge, which is usually l.ic per'"busheh say  ?17.50, on/a thousand bushd'ear.     Tho'elevator   dockage   is":,also  - saved: this may. be worth more or less,'depending partly on how dirty ���������:  a, the grain ls, but mostly on the farmer's ability, in -holding his own  ��������� with tho elevator man taking;lt In.   ' On tho'average"  the   dockago '.  may be considered worth 3o per bushel to tho farmer, or say $3.0 per  car of, 1,000 bushels. ' 'When grain is loadod direct into car ever the  Loading Platform, the farmer knows for sure that It ls his very 'own'  grain'that'will bo graded by'the inspector, find that ho will   without  " doubt recolvo the full and oxacl .outturn of .his car at whichever terminal, elevator it is unloaded; for all grain *s unloaded from the cars '  under'government superintendance and welched by properly qualified  government weighmon under the rules and cupervlslon of the Domln--'.  ion Government Board of Grain Commiss.tii.ers;  Of course, it makes no difference In out loading of the far'mern'"  grain whether it has been shipped through' an elovator or., over'the  ���������   Loading Platform, but it can easily be seen from what we havo 'stated  above whore the farmer's advantage- lies, when it saves him--around'  $50 or moro on every car he ships.  -We continue to act as the farmers' agenVin looking after and dis-.'  poshij3*' ofcarlot shipments of wheat, oats," barley and flax strictly on  . a commission of 1 cent per bushel. ,    Wo tro not connected with,'  \ nor Interested'in any elevator companies or elevators, either local,or-  tormlnal, neither, are we track buyers, 111 fact, wo nover buy farmers' grain on our own account, but only' to hr.ndlo and dispose of the  grain t^trusted to us as tho agents of those who" employ us.     Many  -years' experience, with a wido connection' and ample facilities for'en--'  Ejagihg in this special branch of the., grain trade, havo given us a re-  -putation of the highest charactor In It.,,    Wc mako liberal advances'-  on car bills of lading.     Write us for shipping instructions and mark---  ' 'et information.   ' We give as references to our reliability,��������� efficiency.  *'" alKl~f"l riauciai^tTind ing'any^ci ty *cr~rou n tryrDnn l~l\ fa naper-l n-West'e r n���������  Cnnada ,���������' "   ..-������     , ?   A   ��������� -   ���������  Thompson Sons & Company  ���������^ir.  CJf  GRAIN  COiVIMISSION  MERCHANTS.  701-70i  Y- Grain'Exchange.,  Winnipeg, Canada.  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD  Makes Cows Give More Rich Milk.  International Stock Food conquered England,Just nslt conquered  Canada anil tlie United States, by provina to the Hairy  Experts that it ia tlie grcatCBt iniile producer aud-health  restorer In thc tvorldi  The test was msufe on three cows from the dairy herd  ���������  of S. W. Hackney, Esq., 1-ecds, England, Chairman of  tlie Yorkshire Federation of Dairy farmer..  Quantity nnd quality of milk was teitcd for a certain tlme-th^n "Internitlonel Slock Food" waa  added to the regular feed.  INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD ihownd an  InorenSO in Milk of 14.2 ptnU daily, and 1.21  pounds of butter dully. ".'.,,  This proves that International $tocV Food, muled  to the regular feed wlll Increase tho Qimntity and Improve the quality of milk from every cow.  ;  It thows tliat International Stock Food aids disc*  tlon aud keep cowsin better condition. It proves  that IhtainitUoniilStoek Food in n money-iaakcr  I for the farmer���������tliat every tamer who owns one,  I or a hundred, cowa riiould feed International  I Stock Food every day. ���������   <a  I    Make llie te"������t yourself-welsh tlio mill: you  I nre Rettinn now���������then feed Intornntioual for n few  hreeita, and welsh lutnln. Then you'll ice how Inter.  I nallonnl Stock Food will maka woncy for you. ���������  International fltoofc Pootl Oo., LlraHctl  A coft  im  orontOr Ont.   ' ���������   'itoih/rrevli requrst,  iwusvuoiiwawvn'nn^^  ty of our $j,otxi Sto'i  Hoo'  mtmmm������mmmmmm  SUSPECT YOUR  KIDNEYS '���������'  "  Mlien you hnvo liiiuo baulc, fruquont licndnclics, iliciii-.  mallo palnu, npoti liofnru tlio eyiw, twlnsen in the Jointii,  eto. Thrco-qimt'lnrii of nil liuinnn niliiicntH uro dun tn  tho  kidneys  failina  to   properly freo tho syotem of  poUonoiiii ncliln nnd wnslo nuitlcr,  To Mlinulrle, fono.clriinponnd i  .~ r ,.��������� ,.,, i,.i���������>,w.i.,..,r���������.....i rlrrncthc;> IlioIddne.vs,  tako DR. OlJ.HK'b SWKUT NITHK 1'ILUJ. Take  thom the firat (Iny you hnvo i-uueo io think your kid*  >i������,vh iii'iul atluiitloii, Thoy contain Awcot nltro and  live olhur sovereign eumtlvo nsoiitN,   Acnto or clironio   .������__.. kidn������y ilifonan. can iwiver i;ct a foothold In 1lm nystom  ftitt Is fortified witli im. OTAHK'M SWliliT NlTllI. 1'ILLS,   Bold overywhero at  fifty cents n box or mailed direct by '48  THR MARTIN SOLI & WYNNE OO.,     WINNIPEG, CANADA  disappointed  Mrn. Wont Side: I wont down town  j'.nlnrdny on rt shopping tour,  ���������Mrs. Do Rnuff: Dltl you? Toll mo  nil about It Did you havo a ronl  good timo?  Mrs. Wo.it BUlo: Not nt 'nil. I  found what I wanted in tlio very Unit  ntoro,  Mrn.]| Do ymiff: llow nvovoUInj.,  Mlnird'B ��������� Liniment Crnro  nip'hthcrla  Tho trust flrod nil Un lawyora;  It jHH'iua tlmy kuw  Tlmt It wuuld bo muoh choapor to  Oboy tho law.  Dr. Soroo'������  Indian Root Pills  exnetly meet the need which so often  orisca in every fnmily ior a mcdiclnt  to open up nnd reRulatc; the. boweli.  Not only are tlii-y ������:(Tcctivo in alt  casei of Constipation, but they help  ercatly In breaking up n Cold or La  Criopt- by cK-nning out the Hystcrn  ���������ntf purifying the blood, In the nama  way they relieve or cure Biliousnew,  Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheura*  stijm nnd other common nilment������.  In the hiWat ttet-e ot the words Dr.  Montr's Indian I<oot niln aro       tr  A Household  K������m������d^  "8ampla free If you write National]  Drug nnd Chemical Co., of Canada,  Limited, Toronto,  Mni-chnnt (to clorU)���������TUIb won't do,  Evory timo you boo n 0 you call lt  a 2. Whnt'fl tho mnttor with you���������  lU'iU'sdfihtt'd'?  Clfirlc���������No, nlr; it'n n mnttor ot habit. 1 uml lo work In a ludlim oboo  Bhop,  Moro toiiRh lunk, whlBpored hln wifo.  Wvll, what now? he muttorcd.  You know Mian fJroon never ulnRs  -.vlthout her rniiBlc?  Yen.  Well sbo'a btouuht her mtislo. ���������sY-7  <^  *-,  THE NEWS; ClAEEIlLA?^>An;fe  Ia-'  raOlEIZS  :h :xA:' -? '^'ArA^h1^-. YVfofr. ���������-������������������ ....v.,  ii|?;iil|ii:icillr:  If   ���������*���������  M  J"  )  \  ' and get satisfaction  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  " 7B MAIN St, WINNIPEG  A few door* south of C.P.R. Depot  ..L Rates $1.50 to $2.00 por day  -*  i       ii   ���������        ,   *������     r J'     \. .  "a  a Culslno unexcelled  Hstand cold water.In evory rson  Hetel   practically   Flreprsot  All Outsldo Rooms  REST AHD. HEALTH.TO MOTHER AND CHILD.'  Mus. Winslow's Soothing Svrup lias been  uscd'torover SIXTY. YEARS by MIWONS of  .MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE  TKKTII1NO, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES thc CHILI), SOl-TQNS the GUMS,  ALLAYS tilt TAIN; CURES WIND COLIC, and  is tlie best remedy for DIARRHOEA. It is absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup,V aud take uo other  kind.  Tv.-euty-fivc cents a bottle.  THEJOHN.INGUS^Umited  -   Engineers.and Boilermakers  ~-  ������������������ .   Dollera    of , all     kinds���������fences.-  V    Punipo, nnd Heavy Platj Work -���������  | '" Writ*-us for Prices ' ,.  '   }  14 Stra.chan Ave.,'Toronto, Canada  m  . Sixty Thousand trnpperf now send us -i  J ..their Raw Furs, Why not you? We  pay highest prices and express cliarRM,  thnruo no commission nud nond money oiuno  day aoodi aro revived. Millions o( dollars  ���������re jmld trnppcr* fnoli yenr, l>cnl with n  nlfobla houn. -We are ths Isrffwt In ow  Una In Canada.  FIJPP Out "Up to lho mlnula" Par .no.  KILL, tmlons nml the list Edition or.  HALLAM'S TRAPPERS GUIDE,  a book of 00 paced, wailed FREE.  Write to-day to John Hftllnm, Mall  Eept.Z iTOKONTO.limoutSt.B.  TJioae Awful Boys  The residents of n certain suburb  were'for a timo governed by n pas-  Hlon for giving sweo't, poollcnl names)  to tholr osfinles. Tlioro wna ouo  fluoh mnn wlio built a handsome vllln  calling It "Tho Nutshell." To tho  surprise of all, therefore, tlio namo  wns otio tiny mirtdenly cluiiigPil to Sylvan Nook, nnd a Hood of Inquiries bo-  Ban lo pouv In,  Why have you given your, homo a  now nnino? a friend nuked. What  waa tho mni ter with Tlm NiiIhIioII.  I sickened of ll, Hald tho owner, with  .1 sigh. Tlnro Isn't u hoy within two  mllOH horoaboulH who hasn't' plopped  and rung tho bell to aalc If tho cot-  on el was tn  Mlnard'o Liniment Curns Col do, &o.  Ilo (ou'hlii kneoRj���������Darllng, I lovo  you with nl. my hoart, with all my  hoii I, and with all tho Htrongtli of my  hotng.''*  She���������Arc jM-ii tn cam nil, Clnrwioe?  Uo (roproAcJifiilly)--In oarnost? Do  you think I am'-Jifiggliig my tvoiiHors  In thin way for fun,  JOc. u box or six boxc������ tor 52.50,  ���������t alt dcialenj, or Tha Doddi Medl-  oiris Company, Limited, Toronto,  Caiutia,  a   A Question of Timo  .   Hello, exclaimed an anxious guard-  Ian to hia-niece, as.ho entered the  parlor and.saw her on the sofa In, the  arms of a swain who^had Just popped  the, question and .-.sealed- lt  with  a  klsB.     What Is tho time of-the day  now?,- '     ' '     '-".'��������� -.". ���������   ,'  "I should cay it was about half-past  twelve, was the cool reply.     .  I see you jiro' almost one.,  For Burns and Scalds.���������Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil will tako the flro out  of a bum or scald more rapidly than  any other preparation; ��������� It should be  at hand lu overy-kitchen so that it  ma y be. available at- any. time. Thero  Is no propa--atlon required. Just apply tho oil ,to the burn or scald and  the pain will abate and in a short time  cease-altogether a- -  Enthusiast at muslcnl recital���������W������  sliall hear.more of this young man.  . Sufferer���������Not to-night, I hope! ���������  CRIPPiBlTH  SORE BACK  KIDNEYS WERE BADLV DISEASED  .    AND SHE DIDN'T KNOW if    '  Was completely Cured- by. Less Than  Three Boxes of  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER, PILLS  ', Women are very often deceived and  mistaken.in regard to kidney disease:  The pains in tho back are attributed  to other derangements, and'kidney disease is allowed to run on and on until . beyond, .the ' reach of medical'  science.  ��������� There Is needless . suffering, ��������� and  Ife'itself lsv risked, because backache  l3tiot recognized as the most marked  symptom of kidney disease.  Thero ls r.o treatment ' which so  quickly rellovea_ and .cures kidney  pains in the back as Dr. Chase's Kid-  uey-Llver Phis. . As proof: of this  read. Mrs.  Patterson^ letter:-��������� '  Mrs. Richard Patterson, Haldlmand,  ���������Gaspe.-Co,, Quo.; writes: "I will gladly say that I was cured of kidney  trouble by using Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver-Pills.. When I began" using  this medicinal was crippled with sore  back aud did not'know what was the  trouble. In looking over Dr. Chase's  Almanac I saw Dr. Chase's'Kidney-  Liver Pills advertised and decided t.o  try them.   ' - .     ���������   '    . "  "I had' not used two boxes beforo  my back was-all right,-and'before I  had completed the third box -was entirely'cured? '' There has-been-no return of tho old lddnoy trouble, and  I therefore believe the. cure to bo per-  BEWARE OF BLOOD-POISON  Zain-Buk Is A Sure Cure  Mr. \.as..Davey, of 786 Elllce Av-  enue,- Winnipeg,.says:��������� "A few months  since I was cured of a poisoned finger  through the timely, use of Zam-Buk?  "I cut a deep gash , across ' the  knuckle on the first finger of my right  hand'In opening, a lobster-can'.- I  suffered at the tlmo^vitb. the soreness  and pain, but had no idea lt would- become a serious; wound. However, in  about two days I was greatly alarmed;  as- my whole hand and arm to tho elbow became suddenly inflamed, and  the finger was much discolored, showing signs of blood-poisoning; The  pain?.was dreadful and I.waa forced to  leavo off my work and go homo.  "Tho wound on* the knucklo had  been ��������� poisoned by "dust and dirt getting Into It; I then*decided to start  the Zam-Buk treatment,- andv having  first'bathed the cut, I applied the healing balm. Itxsoothed the pain almost instancy, and by next day thero  was a great' improvement. ��������� . ������������������- - * ���������  . "In a week's time, through perseverance; witn this wonderful preparation/ a complete cure waB brought  about.'" -   -  ��������� Zam-Buk Is Just as good for eczema,-  ulcers, scalp sores, abscesses, piles,  nrigworm, bolls, -varicose* ulcers," running sores, cold sores, chapped hands,  etc.. It draws all poisonous foulness  from a wound or sore and then heals.  Use lt, too, for'cuts, burns,' bruises  and all skin injuries. '" Zam-Buk'Soap  should bo UB-id ln conjunction with tho  balm for washing wounds and sore  places. ',��������� Excellent, too, for baby's  bath.     - .-'     -  All druggists and stores sell Zam-  Buk at'COc- box and-Zam-Buk Soap at  25c. tablet.'' Post free upon' receipt  of-prlce from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  AMUSING JINGLES  FREE PRIZE  _"m qnanf_  Ono pill n dose, 25c a box, at all  dealers-or- Ddmanson, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto*. ,-  Mother (whose daughter ls engaged  to a young farmer)���������Don't "you find  Bob rather rough?  '   Daughter (blushing)���������Yes, ma'. And  yet he says lie' shaves every day, '     ���������>  "GOOD   FOR  ALL   BABIES  Baby's Own Tabloto are good  for all babies. They, are good  for tho newborn babo or - the  growing child���������the babo who  Buffers from constipation or tho  ono whoso tootlring la. difilcult ���������  or who 'has , indigestion, colic,  worm3 or any of tho' othor baby-'b  hood ailments. Tho Tablots  banish' all theso troubles���������thoy  , ���������aro perfectly ���������afo; being guar-'  ��������� antced by a government analyst to contain no oplatca or  linnufu". drugs., , Sold by medlclno dealers or by mall at 25  cents n bos from Tho D?. Wil- -  'Hams' Modlclno Co., Brockville,  Ont.  -, By an Act algnod by twenty-four  Powors, tho Pormanent Court of Arbitration at tho Hugiio was established  In 189..  The caso with which" corns and  warts can bo removed by Holloway'a  Corn Cure ls Its strongest recommon-  elation.    It seldom fails.  An egg laid'two hundred years ago,  and-burloil ovor sinco In four feet of  loiini, waB Hcrvod recontly to tho Chin-  obo Clcnoial Lan Tlon Wol, at a banquet given in lils honor at Los Angeles, California,  Donfnecf Cnnnot bo Cured  by lorittl applied tlono, as llioy, cannot  roitoli Uio uliu-iiNud portion uf tho cat-,  Thero la only ono wny lo euro doufnonu,  nnd that Ih b, ccmntltutlonnl ivmcdloi,  jjciirnofln Ih iVJiaod by an Inllamcd condition of tlio n'tiomiN lliiliwr of tho Uuo-  tnohlnn Tubo. When UiIh tubo in In-  limned you imvo n runibllnH wound or  Impcrfi'nt hem MR, and wlmn ft la entire*  ly Litmiu, Dnilni'UH t������ tlio ronult, and un-  leu.1* tho Inllnmnmtion can ho taUpn out  uiui UiIh tubo rcHtorod to Un normal con-  dltlf.n, uearliiK will bo dowtroyod for evoi",  nlnn ennon nut Qf ton ore cawed'by Cat-  nn-h, wijioh is noiblnB but nn Inllftmed  condition of tjio rnuooiiB rJurfnccH.    ,'  Wi> will nl 'o Ono Ilund. oil ������ollnr������ for  any oaHu of DuafnoHS (erumnd by catarrh)  that cannot ho cured hy Ilull'ii Catarrh  Curo.     Send ror nlrpulnrn. fri'o.  ��������� ,    V. -. CIIRNWV ft CO., Toledo, O.  Bold by UiuiirIkIh. 75o,  Tnko Ilnll'n l^nilly l'lllu for consllpa-  lion.  W. N. U. 925  !������������������ What ha Thought  At an iiof-ji lu Monte Curb) an Kim������  IIbIiwoman ouoo f;avo M, Mafluonot n  toa In lior filtlluB-room ovorlooltlng  lho bluo Modltorranonn, Sho hrought  out hor dniiRhtor In tho mlddlo of tho  toa. and net hev down at tho plnno.  and tho girl tiang, In n volco as Blender-as a otlon-throad, tho Mirror  mUBlo from "Thala." At tho ond of  tho noi!R���������tbo IiostcBa flald:���������  Toll mo frankly, chor maltro, what  do you think: .if my Bmlly'u volco?  Madamo, said MasBonot, I think tho  young lady Uan a IrllHaut futuvu In  ���������sculpture or painting.       ,  Mm. A.���������Well, If It Isn't Mrs, D.I  Whnt a stranger you nrol Why, U'b  quite flvo ycara sinco I jaw you,  -Mrs. Yj,���������Yen. Why   haven't   you  boon to ito mo?  Mrs. A.���������Oh, ilenr, yon Jiaow how  b.til lho xrenthoi't been.  BOY'S STEAM'  . ENGINE , ,  lias blued eteel  ' boiler and flro box,  Utted with steam  whistle, safety valve and single wick  spirit burner.' Pol-  Ished brass flt-  ting-3. Almost ono  foot, high. ���������  ' " Send ua your  name' and address  and we ..will, send  you 30 ' sots ��������� of  Christmas and other postcards'to sell  .at 10 cents a not  (six beautiful  cards Jn each set).  .When sold send us  the money, and we  wiil send you the  engine, all eharges  prepaid. Write today.- Address   -  HOMER-  WARRENJ���������Qiy  Dept,?137,' Toronto.  There' are more than eight million  separate-families Hiving in England.  . Regarded' as one of the most potent  compounds ever introduced with  which to combat all. summer complaints and 'inflammation of tho bow-  els Dr. j.. D Kellogg's Dysontery  Cordial has won for Itsolf a reputation that no other cordial foi* the purposo can .aspire to. , For young or  old suffering frora.jthoso complaints it  ls the beat acdlcirio that can be procured. .-  Over 900,000 pooplo ln Greal'Britain  are now In receipt of old-ago pensions.  Fraud is practised"-In many forms In  France, but it is news that snails aro  receiving the atloution of the trick*,  tore. It seams that snail frauds have  bocomeso norlous that'a Bocloty has  boon forme, to stop it. It is called  tho Syndlcato of tho Preparers and  Dealers of Snails In Franco. Asa'  cpmoBtlblo- tlio anall has anonbrmouu  cllontole. Sibtlls aro sold by mil-  ilona. But tho consumers nro not  quito certain of tho origin of vthe  snails thoy oat. Tho fraiid consists  of .putting tho snallB called tho Littlo  Groys into Mio ompty shells of Burgundy Bnalli) which nro of Btiporlor  quality. '  TCOFFER3  Often Makes the StaunchcBt Converts  Tho man who scoffs at an Idea or  lootrlno Wh������oh ho doos not fully un-  dovstand hag at least tho courago to  show whero ho Btands.  Tho goapol of lionlth has many con-  voits who formerly laughed at tho  Idoii that tou and coffoo, for examplo,  ever hurt, auvono, . Upon looking into  l.ho matter uorlously, often nt tho suggestion or a friend such porsoiiB havo  found that Postum and a'friend's ad-  vlco havo ������jon their snlvntlon,  'My BlBtor was employed in uivonBt-  orn city whoro sho hnd to do calculat-  Ing," wrltofl a Woulorn girl "Sho But-  rorod wllh oadnclio until Hlio.was al-,  most uuflttolfor duty.*        ,..'' ���������  "].loi- Iiuidlady iiimnindnd hofto quit  coffeo and iiflo PoHtum-and in n fow  days ahp was ontlroly froo from  hoadncho." (Tea Ib just as injurious  aa coffoo because It contains caffolno,  tho Hnmo drug found In coffoo). "Alio  told hor oniiiloyor nbout It, and on trying It, ho Had tho Rnnio cxporlonco.  "My fnthoi and I havo both suffer,  od much fi'O'ii norvouB hoad.'icho sinco  I can romombor, but wo Bcoffod at tho  Mnn '.KVnPc.d Vy v:,y _:_U.-, tl.hl *.A.-  foo wan tho caiifln nf ow troublo,  "Howovor, wo finally quit coffeo and  b.ogan using I\mtum. Fathor has had  hut one bcadaeho now in four ycara,  duo to a fiovoro oold, and I liavo lont  my hondaoh^fl ami flour Btomach  whirh T nm now nonv'^fc"! o^,���������? frsiti  coffoo. "   ""' **  - "A cup of good, hot Postum Is gat-  Isfylng to mo -whon"! do not caro to  oat a meal. ClrmimBtan<*''a caused  mo to locate in a now country and I  foarod I would not bo nblo to got my  favorlto drink, Postum, but I waa ro-  Moved to nnd that a full supply Ib kept  horo with n heavy demand for it."  tfamo given by Cuaiullaa ruiituni Co.,  Windsor, Out  Ucnd "Th.-������ Ilond to WcllvJUe," In  Xiliftn.    "Thvro's a reason,!"  Ever read the above letter? A  new one nppeari from time to time.  They are genuine, true, and full of  human tttfci\������i. ���������  Nonsen'ift Verse by Well-known Hands  "���������It was characteristic of some of the  most brilliant wita of the past that in  idle moments-^tten as an. after-dinner diversion���������they wrote nonsense  rhymes, which ultimately, found their  way into'-nursery. books"?-- - ;''���������<.  ��������� Thackeray,- Thaodore Hoolii and  Shirley Brooks, of 'Punch' famo wero  responsible for many jingles and with  a view to .tracing the'correct authorship of some of the rhymes so often  .quoted for- tho amusement of tho Juvenile mind, the London''Observer' has  lately opened its .columns to correspondence on the subject.  . It appears that it was Shirley  Brooks who was responsible for tha  following. throo nonsense verses, '-be-  ing lo,d to write them by an agitation  carried on years ago against Hogging,  garroters, and indeed against punish.'  ment for all children:  Billy Boleya -he Jumped out of bed;  He rushed at his siBter n.nd cut off her  .head, -  This-caused his dear mother a great  . deal of pain-  Let us hope little Billy won't do it  . again;.  Baby sat In the window seat,  Mary pushed her into tho street,  Baby fell and was smashed in the  , "aery,"  And mothor, she held up lior finger "at  Mary. :-7  Tommy got a lu'clfor match-,'  And with it sot lire" to the farmer's  thatch,   ...  Tho farmhouse' down, to the ground  was brought,   '  And tho farmer said,   "Tommy,   you  didn't ought. ���������    ���������  - The follow:i!g lines, which appeared  in 1851 in a short-lived periodical called''The Moth,' edited by'Albert Smith  and John Leech, wero on 'the same  theme:���������  Where's your brother, Margaret,.tell,  Ma, I've shoved her into the well.    '  Why, I boped you loved her dearly-���������  Very cross of you, Margaret, really.  Another version .runs:^ ' "''  Into, the family drinking- well, " --'"'-  Willio pushed his sister Nell,-; ,  She's there yet, becauso.it kilt her, '  Now we have to uso a.filter.'  ���������'; Wicked Willio' seems to havo been  the inspiration-of quite a number'of  jinglea. Here is tho story of a sad  tragedy:-^     ' r   ��������� "A - ���������*���������     -   ,.  Littlo Willy, from the mirror     .    .'  ��������� One day licked the "mercury off,  Thinking, In- his childish' error/ _ "  ?,It would     -d his whooping cough;  A*.<]l/\     f,.������   --..I      TTTIl'l... l.'.-.L..... ,-    '     -  . Smartly said to' Mrs. Brown   -' ''  It was a chilly day- for Willy       * '  When the morcury-went downl  Of others, the authorship of which  .serins wrapUn:-mygtery,"tl_e following  are*-perhaps tho most amusing:  Susan poisoned mother's tea;  Mother died in agony.  Father camo in and looked quite vexed  Really, my dear, said he, "what next?  Willy, with a fearful curso,  Flung tho coffee-pot at nurso  As it struck hor on the nose,  Father     said, ���������  "How   straight   ho  ;   throws." ���������'  Willy, ln one of his host new sashes,  Foil in tbo lire and was burnt to ashos.  Mother said, though the weather's ,so  chilly,.  I haven't tho heart to^olco poor Willy.  It sooniB to bo an open question  whether Longfellow or* Macaulay  wrote tho popular lines:  Thoro was a little, girl,  And Bho had a little curl,  Right ln the mlddlo of hor forohond,  When-sho was good sho was voi-y, very  good,  But whon' sbo was bad sho wns horrid,  Longfellow, however Booms to bo  tho generally accepted author.  ��������� Many yei-vs ago tho following appeared in a Varsity mngazlno, it being  thoro doscrlbod as from an old play:'  Coughing In a eVady grove,  Sat my .Tullniitf  Lozenges I gavo my lovo, ���������  Ipocnoiianah.  From the box tho Imprudent maid  Three scoro of thom did pick,  Thon Blghing tenderly, Bho said,  My Dnmo<\ I am nick.  Canoe nnd Effect  A gontlomnn living in Wnloa who  wns Hpondlng a month at Brighton,  wont to London for a fow dayii* vIh-  It. Ilo had hia wlfo and daughter,  and plonty of money with him.  Tho daughter, aftor buying whatever Bho wanted, decided that oho  in list havo a bulldog. Tho ontlro  family wrtit'to holp hor to Bfiloct tho  dog but thoy could not ngroo In tholr  choice, bo tlio gontlomrtn bought threo  ���������tho Holoctlon of oaeh.  ITo hud the throe dogfl nent to  Brighton, thon changed hln plans aftor  going back thoro, and took hia family homo. A" fow days later ho ro-  colvod tho following loLtor' from tho  stableman at Brighton;  r>-.,.  rn.      .. ,, .    ...  IJ.....    >j...      luul    w.ji.1,'   1/tUtUUf.tt   ul'  rtvod nil rlirht Innt. wlplit. on thp r.nm������  train.    1 loclcnd thom up tognthor lnst  night In a Ioobo box.���������Yours truly,  ������ J������J,  P.fl.���������Wo havo only ono looao bo>:,  P,PS.���������You will havo to buy oomo  .!���������,.-.  i. met-  Tho difficulty of hitting an ao.oplnno  In full flight Ib Illustrated by tho nog-  atlvo rortult ot tho toatn just carried  out by a shoro battery at Toulon. Tlio  target wna n glldor, towod along at n  height of olght or nlno~liundrftd ynrd������  by a destroyer travelling twenty.flvo  to thirty knota an hour, tho rango being about Uvu mlloa. tihrnpiif.1 wnn  ������������(-.!, ttUy s!i.-ni being flrcu in n quarter of an hour, but tho target was not  touched. Airmen nre thii������ encouraged In tho belief that In timo ot wnr  their rnnin rf&nger wlll com*, not from  the earth, but from tholr rivals In tho  ,���������Tho Honorable Mrs. Robert Hamilton, in her: biography of her- father,  tthe late Lord' Wolverhampton, says  that in his homo Mb orders weta always stern and peremptory;' but uo  one was more surprised.tuau^liG was  when they wore obeyed.     .   *  .Ono day ho detected ono .of his  daughters making a statement in  which sho .rather exaggerated tho  facts.  You are ono of tho most Inaccurate  women the, Almighty ever made, he  told her. ' >,    '  Well, was tho cheerful reply, I am  glad to be a masterpiece in some'department of creation.  Modesty  A good story ls being,told of Mr.  John Burns.  Ho waa walking in, the-street   recently whon il   hawkor   recognized  him.   -Touching his hat, the man said ���������'  Tho Right Honorable John Burns, {'  believe.  No, no, you are mistaken, replied  the President of tho cLocnl Government Board striding ion hurriedly. Ha  is a much better-looking man I  I  No fower than 120,142,350 Health  Insurance stamps had been sold up to  September 28th.  -  RieK iri allAtfoe;  elements AIMj&W  Trtake foOdflour  I?7IMrial sak-k  ebnstatit ?user of v  ?|tap:rJ|B^  writo mm  7   :'_.ts_._ ���������  Children         Should Have Good Light for Studying  A poor Hght strains the eyes, and the injurious effects may  last for life. An oil-lamp is best. 'The light from the Rayo  Lamp is soft and mellow.. You' can read or work under it  for hours without hurting your eyes.  Th������ RAYO l> conitructad scientifically,   It la th������  tu    -    ���������        oett lamp made���������yet inexpensive and economical.  Tho -an*        __,     Lamn.   made of 80,,d brnsB���������nlckeJ pliteA.  r*    Lighted without removing chimney or  shade,   Easy to clean and rewlck.   Made in various  styles and for all purposes.  Dealtrt Evtrywhtrt  oesc lai  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  - WINNIPEG ST. JOHN  TORONTO    , MONTRIAL HALirAX  What the A. D. Seaman Says:  fT7  "A sailor's lifo Is bold and froo, and lifo  *     n*  Is ono grand sweet song���������as long as  there's lots of Empire Navy Plug  Chewing Tobacco.'*  BS-StsasaBawt~r^m ^ ���������.. T ������������������ _fci, _    f ^p.  \  iiP*������S **JbHutWl*������. k'A:  ���������M&-  i f::y  i  I AA-.  *a(V***9*niV  i-^{^M*rs~*^7Tmczii.m.vi.i*.'mJ������J, "^*nc������*������^*������^J^M-J^r*^-c*3st������bo)att*-  ttacxai'mv ������������������.vv**Bxxc^ax  r-iw inr���������n^-i-T-ti-TTii���������rrn.-i  r-"--"~"T-"������������������-- -' r" ^���������������������������������g-v^������--������"���������ww-.������v*eU������������WKXXa.-W   .*W^  Tiie OiHobsriaitfi lews  --.i.e.!  Every   Tues'Say  by  the*  Publishing  .Company.~-  .Thli; paper "ivjll imt hold   itscOf  ;������������������;<.-:v.>n>iklo for the, opinions of oi.h  *>-.-;,  as may appear, in its" coHupna  '        '^.fe   /���������������'  ,   -   './s"������������iS'.**\  ���������^&:^%& ���������  DKPAUTMENTOF MINES,  ~ "- ~      __. " ... Z.,\_ - h- -17-~-' T-r-r7fn-v~~7:r-r:v-i?.-zrzi~i"F>^ ���������^[������������������wpwfwwr.'V"  ������ih .. i ,^.f . ������..,^*  fioifi t.uio to titi-o.  V7l:._r.)NKrh>AV, JAN   ������2, 1012  r. ��������� -    ,, ��������� ���������''  bayn-a.ct l.iivf District,  f'i<trk t of Co.nox.  v'Coul Minos Regulation Act."  Bond,-of Examiners.   ���������  NOTICE, is hereby Riven.thul  th*.* .ollo'.ving constitute ihe' Board  cf Rx;i vtiners {or the Cninhevlnnd  Colliery dur ng the year 1013;    "  ApS>oiou-d h-y the Own-- *s> Frank  ���������iiiysu-s. v  A! ei-unls.,   .Ohiirlcs,  I'amham,  VAKIL NOriCiC'lh'H Marv Thulin nf \,h)hu (J"Ulespie. "   ���������  ..ul. ��������������� C or.-HjMiicn maniecl 'woman       Appointed  hy "tho   Littv.enn nt-  -At. :->:ipply  foMH-rmission to p������r- "oovtrnur in CuUi.rU, Robert lien-  *.  ���������  iiv.  fni!������j>-siiv���������'riui.iii.ed  lauds:��������� ;((.J1>on    ".____._..._..������_- *  ._. i _. _1 ..,_ ���������       ��������� V. #������  ���������.���������oni-ncn-j,' at is- pnsi piari'.edt'.fti the,  ', rlv-ut^l corner of T. I... Nn. 4-133^*  ���������������������������i-:-ic,s nni-t'i.. So -rha'ins, thence, west :,o  (���������"t-i'.i-.s, thr-.cp. S"uiii 50 chains more or  , ���������. itv xi-j..re- line, I'len.e .ilmig the shore  -..* ,p An iii-.j more or I-js'i lo pine* ol  ��������� -4'ii v'iv.4 c<>**.ia'V.n_j   .A) acres jr.orc or  C-KORGE VERDIER  A'r-evu bit Mjry Thulin  n    . *���������  t'ViU' A i^uM' l--)th,   1913.  Sayv-arci Land Distriel.  , J'lisn i.i of Comox.  .��������� TAKE. N'OTICE thai Charles Thulin.  a: I .'Urn', tt C . occupation merchant, ;.n-  i-u I.-, li."> apply fov p^i'mUsi onto pur-  ���������'��������� .sc ibtibe fallowing described land:���������  r -, iime.-ifi.-ig'.-'t a post plumed in Browns  i\ ���������;;, ,t lhe north-east corner of T.'L  ;:.*,i'-3, tiicn.ee Nvust 80 chains, thence  p. '���������ili - ������������������ e!vtin', thence .east 80 chains,  } 1 >lv'. sh'-.re line, thir.ee- south 20 chains  to-.ire cr les-* along .shore line to place of  l.e/miiing containing lC-o ac?cs more or  "GEORGE VERDIER1  A"ent for Ch;������r.lcs Tlnd it)  pate August 141I1, KJi'S  Sa-, v-ivd Land District,  restrict o������ Ceunow,  i'.XKP: XO-riCE tlVat Ceov^e'Yesdi  -   v , -f Lnnri, D-G',, GCCii|Mtiot>  Elooted by th-j Miners> Will him  ���������Jones.  A I't' mites. .Tulm Thot_w������>ii, Daniel iMivfch'.  . All pwrsons interested may ob-  Uiin full iufortjiatioa hy applying  tu the S������'cret������.ry oI,.lhe iU>urc!> Air:  Robert Hendorson;' Cambcil.uul,  Ii. C. '  Kotk:���������-Altarnato'? ast as lleni-  bers oi tho IJoifVd in the nk&nce oi  tho?e regularly appointed or elected tu act thereon.-' ' .  *  RICHARD -McBRIDE,  Minister of Mines.  Dated ihe 2aid".day of Dvc , 191 jj.  -.   NOTICE TO CONTBACTORS  Lira' School.;  C EALED   tENDERS, ��������� superscribed  O "Tenders for Laio School,'" will be  !received by the* Honourable t-iie- Minis- :  y,yAz\o.itoAiyi7.r* permission- l������- pur- f le'v of-l^ubli'e-- Works up to noon of Satur- ;  (- ..!! ��������� ih>. fAloVir^ dsscrilwd larnds:-- ^.f llie jSth dv>/y' -p{. '-^n^^ Iftri for J  vA'n-!!.',n.:.in:H at a   pott  pl.->nted' at   the .������tie ereet;.0I1 ai)d Yom^fo^ al  a sm.tll ������  s i.uyi ^"^rronra'Trj-tet-s^thehee-Boirt-h.  ;;i i.h .1-is to. the shore bvh, thence follow  yi-j Ii.-e a'h' iv line at'ound the ,poiat tu thc  i. i.lce ol bedinnin  -j  frr.  "-, ���������-.  \u^'M r^t h, 191  ���������caieTDonrtranjC'SfjiooL-oB-tonffrels-founs.  dations zit Laro, i������ the Cbmo������ Electorm)  District, '  '"Is* C   Pbos,   specificatiott.,    conti-att,   ancl  ?ORCE. VERD'f.E,Ri        I ftj*.;ins cf;Tender may      seen. 13sund af-  " Appljaaal j tcl. u.e ?..'<:IvciAy of- December, 1912,. at  the office of .i.r,.George Thpoison, Gov^  fjrrinient Agenl,   NaR-ihwo - Mr. John  Iftidrt), (ioveru.r:ier.t Ajietit, C������m&������rlfincl;  r^uV c5?  ftf*st^*t >at .>crx������������^KariT~i.-_,^aA.,<i  .',   ''LAND ACT" "."_������������������  '; "'���������'  'Vancouver LHnd  District       -a  District of-feiiyword'?,'      -"  ������������������ TAKE NC/riOE.���������'ihut-.Michael;;  Young," of-. Broolilyi). New'.Yurk, oo-;.  cunniion Junitor, hilends 10 .ai'.piy -  for iiermi.-'fion lo-p'-iichftsw ihe foi-. ;  lowing UeBoribeiJ-'iand������:~Voniinnn ,.  dug at a   f-ost 'jihtnted, 50rachniii'8 '  ^or'h of iho norllv-west conicr'".or-  ioi 5S2.   Ihon .e -en?l . 40' phnin>,--.';  thenco ,Honih- 50 ��������� chain! ,-Uiei c������  wwtL40 ohaiiiF,  Ihoiice ..i.orth [bO .'���������  chains lo jioirA of commencement,  containing 200 nore- moioor k������rbV  MICIIAEL YOUNG,   , ���������;. ���������  Applicant .  . .-���������     " Tiicnnia M;.ti i, Agent  Doir October '30ih, 15)12 ������������������  ,"   -    ��������� L'ANM) ACT    ,        i.     ���������>  Vancouver L:uv.l - Distriot  District (>f,-Say\vtu'l  TAKE"*.NOTICE  ihnt" Wiiliam  Peter Admnp,   of New \'ork',,'Nr\v'  York, occupation.    8i������hi-;in.������r.,. in-  U-i-di to npply for  p'irminion lo ���������  purchase  tho following do.-oiil.cid  I.inder-r-Cotnincucinft     iU   a   post  p'.aotod al the norih-wesl corner of  tlio   south-    h'ilf    nf    1>A'  590,  thenco   e-ouili   SO, ciiains,' licce,  we?l 40 chain!', iooiv or les'l,,lo  lho  p'aatiiti'ti'of lot  TiS"*,  thpneo ' north '  80 chains, - thenco  taut'dO cluiin?,.  moic fit-'k'>e (q point-of coiniiicnce-.  niont, containing ^'iO.^crop nv rc'c'r"  less.  ��������� '" '    "    '  ' WILLIAM RETKH.. AD A MS,  ,   ��������� ' AiMiMcnnt  1 a. I  Tl.o:*.-iHB Malier. Agent  Dat-', October 2fllh, 1912'       =    "  .wTVjMr������_^.s������nE������T^znnK9ears������K3faEiaac^3nHn  ,-oy  Saywfird Lnnd rA-;Aw.tim  I-Jisirict of Comox.                   I.M.-..W. ]. Mil err Como^V. >. ^d ,he  TAKE NOTICK   that  Fred  rinilin,        ~*  ������...     ...      ' ���������   .'  ���������-  ',y.u\f H.C., occup.itioo merchant, m-  !.������������������/ i,'.i. ;o-apf)ly for penni.;sioi> to nur-  i.'i'.i.se-.ihc folloM'in_r described- land:���������  Yi-A i-,oticii>. at ,a post -phtnLe.-l at iht:  ; > 1 li-.* lvI coniiur of Timber Lease No.  -;...-; 1;., theiKC west 8.) chains thence  ,. nu S.i ch'i'.ns,.thenre east 80 chains to  -,..A,liifB line, lnii-.ee fo'.lo-.vi-njj shore  ���������m : a irih .:' chain-;, more or lei-s nv ihe  y ���������..-.: 'if lia0'iiiairic;, containing 640 at.re4  :,\; ,.rz iir leas.  GEORGE VEKD1EK  Agent for, JTredThnlir.  .,, Hi; ,-\_V;U5t J'^hi  J9J'S  ").[(!UOR l.l'CE'HSFv^T.,;'  (Se':imi*. ^  ...DTICii is hf.rfcby g.ivcn,,thaf on- the 'to   complete   bin1 w  DeparimcvU of Public   Works,, IVi.ha  mentlluildings, Vietmri'infB. Q'.,  Copies of lhe plans and specifications  may be obtained for purposes-of tender.  !ng on^lepositin-g, a certified cheque of  $10, id be. refunded on return of. plans  and ->'fcif]caiicvns������by date.- te.iid'i!.s are  rect'.v.djle.  ���������  LmuJi- proposal nui'it he accompanied  by an accepted  i.npk chequfti nr   certificate of clepas'.l on A chartered- bank of j  Canada, imult payable to tha- Bonotir-  able-the Minister ofb*  olir V'hxks. for a  bt)j.,.e(}.unl to 10 yen ccnS of th������ leader,  v/hichishall be forfeited* ^Uti* pftjiy ten-1  derimj deciiiw. lo* ������r4wr   Im.v contract i  j when called npon to cU> soroa if/ Ue iaii  cuiitnacted, for.  1 .lay  of O'oiober   nOx.1,   application'  The cherpics 01 ccvtificatcs of deposit of  nvid'i to tho   bti^eniiieixleat  of  A )��������� 1 v;j U f-.ilics' 1' tir-* ir.nwf ;r oi  the  . ':u:f; fun the Miio  of  l-.quor by   rsiail  ;!( Mid upon thcajii-c-nvsc-s I������no\Mias the  ' .'i:lov.. I!oti;hsitui-/e r.t Cai������pljell !<iv-  f   VAUbb Columbia, froio CharleaTlm-  ', . ul  Min.-'i'SDn   Hvir. in   to'  Charles  li.ii'.n, of Cimpb'all Rivi-r,^ UrUish.Col-  , ,.'..i,i,  V-'aled tins Mlh day ol :iqit, 1912  ���������I'I I UUN ft 1IANNA.N  Ilo-.di.-ls',������f l.ii ul.ii:  ���������CHARUCS IIIUI.IM  Apphcim for Transfer  unsuccessful ten irers w'd\ be reiurncdi  Id 1 hen uoon. tht catcuiion of the  .contrnet.  Tenders v ill no; be aonanterfd- anleas  mad.-} nut on the I'omvs supplied,, signed  with 1!** neinal signature n. ihe lesder-  ������i,.iiid  cndo.cd in the javekipea fiirn-  1.-I1:.  1  Su,, wmd Land  District  District- of Sny wrrt  TAKK notice    that  William  j . ���������.-���������������������������A Oihsoti, of. Vancouver, o",-  ,-( ii.iu.i, painter, intninl������ to   np-  '.,-.;������; io'.- pt'rirJwiinn   to ". pni'i'lia-ie  ���������'if f.illo^i'.i^ (Vscriho'l himVi;���������  i':������niyii/jn:ing ul * post |ilai������tt-<. no  ���������-'������������������ .;������i.; onA nf tlu: north <;;istcor������  <JT'wv.h " f,ir"������������'s 723.21 then-  v.- cart 20 chain:*,   to'*   wmtli ' ���������  3'������ Ch'lill5. IIIUIICC W'f'nt 30 c.k.:iis,  th dice* north 0,0 ehuinr. to point  i-!' roinnu'iKenK-m, KutUrtuwi.^  4) iwfr'o mora or l<*sB, ������"*!������ ������������ ���������i"*  iv,.(n White nnd Salines rivets.  WlM.lAM  jAM'������������GlMSO'J  !1 Mrmtice <'artor, A^'.Ht.  'h A-ii Au'^iftir'st,! r912  ;'���������'���������   ��������� ���������'. ' '.'ii'-,*' ''���������'���������      L  ,i ,  -.. ��������� "' '     '  ',Ch������* lotre.it or any tender not neccsssir  ily inxepied.  L K. G-RIFFITIf,  i J.'ubh   Woiks Enjjliieer.  J l)i'parlmi;it of Public \Vo������l<s,  ViLlu'-ia, II. C, ndi  December, 1912.,  tftr-3itn]nni8  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brain's and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  CANCELLATION OF RESERVE  .- NOTICE" is   hereby jjiven thin tbe  reset ve existing by reason of ibe v.orcc  published in Uie Hriii-h Cidunibiii G-'i  c 11 cr'oT T "-> ccc mTIcr~a7ih~, Tq,T77ts~eTviTCe 11"  ed in,so l.ir as tbe same- relates   t'i the  following described   lands, so n* lo permit uf the sale of "the timber stuuUijg:;  i hereon:��������� ���������     .    . .,  Commencing ru the north-east -corner  of Lot No. 3849,  Redonih l>l.uid, .New.  ���������Westminster  District ; thence.- cast   13.  ch������ins ;tlience iiorih  4 ch.dnj. ; ihence'  east     19' chaini ; .   thence    j,omh   25'  chaiii-i; ihc'nre >vest 32 cliidns ; oiore cr  less" 10 thc eaM  boundary <>f.Lot   No.'  2849 ;   thence noi'il-eriyifwiig 1 lie east  bo'indaiy* of said  lot- to ��������� the .point of  comincnccineiu ; coittaininu by iidiiieus-  urcnienl 73 acre's, nvire or less.    ���������  '   ' ���������       UOURRT A. REN WICK;  Di-puiy Minister of L-mds.  Deparlment of Lands,  .Victoria, 11. C, Uei.eii}bcr nth, 1912.  dec i.\ lo mar 26  1   n  NOT I CU,  mm.  .j.-i-   ������vt**.t9*/*lx*,n.t.*wi*vrm*t\-mjmiim,M*iM4WM  NOTICK is ht-reb'/ j-ivi 11 that app'i-  catton vjiII \Ai made to tl.e Kiifwinteud-  em of Provincial t'tv' <e fnr a renew al of  thc hold license, ,1 yiell liqiuirs by retail  n ami upon the pn mists known as the  flew Hot*} lltrini, Atunud on Lot 47, -  Subdivision of Vot^ N-orlhtt-bt if'iaitcr  of Lot ?.!':>. I l'My, S,*vyws.rd   Uis-,  tr ci, II. d,  jijhLt ii lylCIt, Apjji'v .:,',,  Lii.tii L'cv.t m'i7,i% i'jim.  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS,  "Nuff Said."  tr  '+'**immmm*+vm*  X0TI0R li IiA'oby liUm \h:\ rt.vph  u-iliuii v,ili bn inmlfl to tin Ktijior'.ntiaid' ���������  'nt'il rrrTiiK.iiM j'oiuin, Wi-xoiii't ������l,v 0,  Midline to hoII liqnor by whoU'.ale npon  iho fir*ti-l.Ds iiDinti-il on L')tfH Dlocli 15,  C'lLiib-jiliind TowiiKito, Unrabd.liiiid, \i. V  <!l.\IitMUS������ATTO,   Aiipliciut.  I.Vttoi ihiilH 11 ������1uy of Utc, VAVi-  Bggaaaaaaaiatg^^ '  11  i'i.-. Ly .'ii'-c, it > "'��������� -���������  j.   v    l',ftr..i;<!">-, r.CA-K-"'il> ���������������������������"  r������ery   l>n;   dhY-'tt/   .md   *. its.fi.-.'rij  ^n ,f.t\i ������������������.!.  . ii* ,,\ (  ;   b   ���������  i.    -.-    '.   .-.  i  7MA% Oi; WDia;,  own Brand  Brewers' Dried Grains  JScttrr, ChiiJii^r- Tliun Most Dairy Feeds  Vancouver Milling & firnin Company, Ltd.  Distributors N:\NAIMO. B. C  C<S_iiSi^33SB(fc*BUiw*-���������  r^";:^r.i^-a;j^J^H^f^>:','^^J^a  TA'Ai: NOTICE tlm an Application  will he made to lhe IJcnli riant Governor in Council iu the I'lirliamtni 13uild������  ii'i|>s, Victorii, Britisli Coluinbia, on  Thursday, lhe ,y>'.h day of January, 1913,  al thc hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, fur ihe approval cf the undeitak-  iiitt of the Campbell Hirer l*ower Coin-  pany Limned, that the condiiuins-of use,  occupation, follinj', of limber and other  condition* provided for in iicctions a:t,  zjii and i:.jo( iha Water A-t be settled  |Hii*-itiam to such scfiions, nnd ihru iha  lime for siilimitiinn dcnnlcd p'ani of the  Company's works bcuMcrided until alter  lhe flood period of 191 j;  ANDFURTHKK TAKK NOTICK  thai a copy of ihe Applbitir.i. i������ on fila  ia the oiiiio nf the Water Uncord*  rr for Victoria Water Di&trici, .ind in  the oifue of the Ooinpwollci' of Water  Hi������ht5 at Victoria.  DATV.n at Victoria, Tl C, this 24th  day of I3e< ember, 191,*! t  KOUKKTSON &HEISTKHMAM  Solicitors for tlie Cnmphcll Uiver  * Power Company Limited.  MAILSLJHVIOK.  Mails for Dwpatch:��������� Vhucou-  vev, A'ifitovia, Nnnnuno, etc:.,  Tuesday, 7,15 p. in; Thursday  aud Satuvdny, 6 n,  in,  Oonio.v nnd Dlelrtcl:���������Tuesday. 12 15 p, in,; Wcduesday  and I'rid ay,'4,30 p. nt.  S S. Cowiclmn, Sundny at a  p. in nnd Tuesday nt 6 a. m.  >f:ti!.������i Arnviiifj:���������Vancouver,  Victoria, Nanaimo, etc.. Tm-s-  day nftcnv in, Wednesday and  1'ridny ni{;'������i*:.  Coiuo>: Dir.rriel:--Wednesday,  Thursday and Saturday.  S. S, Cowichan, Suudav mom*  inj,������- aud Tacsday abo^i nyvii,  J  I ,v.  Thnru-Encwpi ���������.  3  -i -  \  j  i  ���������V  V  i  I  _'   . -\,  ''    \;  ���������7i!  NOTICE U;-i_<..r-!by gireu'ttiit"nt>**rt]*������������  at-xfcm^tiujr'oj'tlie' Board if Lio^nsoCoin  niijBiouf're'of the- Ciiy of Cumberland, I  iuteud to. apply fiu-'juouc-wal':,!! tho hoj-  bl lie-.'n.e- liel'd by mo fvr tho Vendome  Hote-!, situated on ioi fi. iXck 3, Cumberland Xo/.ueit5.' ' ��������� ,  ?'..'' 5 ���������; - ' '��������� ���������* V ,li.' S. ROBERTSON7  ,  gated 'No YornW,' 6* th, 1912.","     .  '���������  A  ,',- NOTIOK ij;hereby Riven that at thti  ufcXfc iiii������ting^'.f the-lioard i>t Lieoiuo Coiu-  ?������nuMO;iers o?. tii... Ciiy of, ('ipi.berlai.d, l  nte:id 'o npp'j- f.. a "feaowa! <������_ tlie hot-  ,-e! iii-euae held hy mo for the Cumborland  liohl; bituntid onloi 1, blook fi, X'unx er-  luiid To-vusi'e. .-, ���������'  y'  WILLIAM MEIUUFIELD.  Dated t iP'6lh"day of Nov., '912.    '  NOri; E ia huroby [given iluS .at tbe  niiXfc iii'ei-U g of'thu Beard A J.ix-uBO Cam-  nii������ai������i.or< for ilio tV-y'nf Cu ubotliud. I  Jntoiid to apply (ora ieiio-.\ul if tlio uhok-  fittlo liqu.r lfeoi.Bo bblft l.y m->, situatdd ou  lot 0, bloc* 15, CumbarlmnlTo\vtmta.  ClAll MUSSATTJY ,  Dited thin 0 h d..y of Nov.-, 1912.  a ���������  a^'mm,mm ������   NOTICE is' hereby given tl.'nt afc tha  text ubtt-rijj of t.ho Board s.f Lico se (Lm  niia.d-ii.er8 of the City'of Cumb.Tlnnd, I  ,i- toad-to n.'.ply fm- n reno ������,nl.of tho hotel lioauH." li_M by m_ for- tho* Wavorly  "Ho el, fciluatcd ou lA 2, bloolt 3, Cum lur  land Townsite. ��������� '  '���������    ... FRANK DALL08   ''  Di.tsd t>*i* Ctli _Uy cf.N'.y., 191*2.  ^sy^y^  . Notice- i'i.. hereby given - ihai"'' at' "the  next nicetin"' of the..-IJoaTd -of License  .Coaimi-isionei-s I intend i'o ' apply-for-it-  rc-n������w:il of the hotel license .held' by me  fpr. the NcwKngland Hotel, sttnaied on  block 3, lot 3, Cumberland townsite.'. "  -/-", -' JOSE I'U, WALKER  Uaied Nov , 7th, 1912.    ?'  .-NOTICE if hefenV.giyWi. -.thai  t> v*  i;HV-fl^'.RpA  on Uit.'" first"���������'(itty'J.'ot'' '-Dece'm^w,  n'e.U'appiraiitiOn wiil 'be.i>i;idu 16  HieSiijK'riiiWiuic'iit ,of(,Pi-oviheia!  .I'olta\ Victoria," JJ':CaI'.)i- a ie-  newiU of i.iu hotel licence to sell  liquors by ictn.il liir'tlicr iiou*l;  known' as the '.Malk-*pumTttolaY,  situated',at Land'.. \h C.  ".'.   ,- I'KED THULIN  Dale-1 October _(.iji',- li.)12  ' ��������� '������������������ -  1SW  .������������������,���������&_  Svi>v.iu-d Laiid.   -:-   ;.-'  .' L>Un ict ui'yay.VAid,"  TAKE -NOTJCE-tliut-Ckwiuli-a Sti".  a  Bold by- fttt drnifjrhtsC w m7i  PVO'uwd on io__i������.'_ ol! u_l������i  Fro. jjiaophlc-t. Aii-lrcft*: fi'-.  s NOTICE is. hereby yiven thai 30 days  ifler.dale application   wijl be made tc?' ^*^OwTseOo*fiWLHT^  the Supermtendem of Provincial Police I ~ Yt. ^^J^T^"^I,""'''* ' -���������-'-~  Victoria, B. C, for a renewal of the ho'!, $3.00 '   REWARD'  lei Neens*e to sell liquors by retail in the I   ��������� ' ~"    -       .  hotel known as lhe-Port -AuKii.ta Uo'tcl,'     '?li? aliove reward will he'paid  situated a! Comox,.B. C. '  . - ;fnr the recovery of lho body of 0,  l^ued Oct., 2nd, 19^OS.^^^-ON,H. Slraud, who was   drowned oil  j Denman   Island,   on   Thurhday;  Dec.'. 12tlr. . -      -  ���������  The   Anderson LoQ-oin������ Co..  Union Ray, H. C."        " .-'  nbou !in,d 1 (.'nmuienciug nt a pr, t i._jr.t-  )���������! at i!������..rtt.-ia-t <o i.er of \y r.9(),"'t],i,ro������ ���������  101 li S.'J mi-, i .*. ilntoo Meet 80 oluhn,  'I'Siw 3 xxyh SO ,di.ii.fi, tli*-������.jrt' .j^t   ii'-i  "��������� i-.*> Ui 1; int id e -ii ;vi'-i e- ������ifi.j\pin:.ii.v  U ;a������n! iwvhAU'ie u-.-L- <-,   '     ���������    ,;-  '     CHASNINa S'lTAItT DUS-Mk  F-'iV.^ tiyh ]7i}i-.AseY.  -'  7-j.to- .Tu-o 2;..-d, Ai'-'>  Ul uy v*.. vwi  "I-  An,Ad in the'- News  pays. -tTr/'it'.'"V^^;  ' NOTICE i������'l.'.|'ol y g ven 1 lut it th >.i txa  weo-ipg ot *ho lira a < f 'Lie*n-o Cor.i_iir'  s'i.>i'.o s of tho U y.of Ouinbei-limd, I-i.-i-  tend to nppl. f.ir u i* no ful of Lo wholi,)  ���������fialol'Qu.ir li.tmae'lu'ld by 'm-, .'situ ted-  oa lot 1'2, b!de!_t7, Cuinb'>rlaad Tow .sito '  ',.   ' . ,'*f.R,UN'K SCAVAKDi)."  Dated this (Ida day of Nov,*  1912    ,  '���������,'  15. C. Einde, L- agent 'for' the  ������������������Ford" 'aiida\t-Chalinei','''iin'lo:no-  bih'S. t Caws' for li'iro.' '���������Phone,iS  SSi Du-ab,,v' of New' Yo,J{' "*'���������* "T**;-  ^X\ ��������� ..vup/iUo.'i t-lcik.riniend 'to u\ \lylnhcr-  tY'^H  T^'lff,"  ''���������> l'Wioh"8<sj thu f..?'l,h-v p oi&-  >"If I'I-     m ^������Pia oi'   t>h.e ^ ���������,i-":! '-���������, ��������� ���������" : -" ��������� ���������  -B^aUiU. Borden 'Cabinet  for Readers .of .the'-  *'*iNews.- Advertiser"        fSfe  ggi. pVERYONlS want^a  picture of  ihe moinber-i of &y  '//SI-  .      l->c'Govcn.im'ntBc>r Cunadn. .']>  ������Nf\vs Ad\cr- g^  "ist-r" 1 us -had prepared for Uk* exclusive.'use uf it.; uia- p<;f?n  dors in this provide   a   largo   eiigraved   plale  of   lit. \ptf-} r*Kli ^<vrh ^di'i ft y.rt Arhv \AhY-  Hon. Ji. L.'l]oi-dfn nud his niiiiistorii.""'    ' '-   "  tym \'' Nt"v v"ii<,,N.w y..;-- ...o-n.-.ti ml-.*  The group  is i-odn.wn from tlio l,-itc.*t phuinffra'^is   fejip,u,,lc,d,!'_. "U,1>' '������"��������� P������r.i.i.������: r. l0 ,iur -  nf lhe eighteen   Miin^tors, wl... pomposo.iho nj-.isfi.s-������.f - ft^'T^ ''h*  Ul w^ (' ^Uo{ !������'-d,:-'  ���������������l ��������� in. Sepia u.MicavyW.^y foi-  rrnmiu^ and J&11 ^JlT ebS:".,: ^ ot^o ^t?"  NvillA-eo  the palest eoiK-alioual vul.to in  the   home, Ml\\ th.������co ,._,.u. HictaW,  ,l,L\.     ������  iho St- |������;ol mni t!.Ofhhni.-y.   ' ^ | CLhi,������ t, Fo',t A vtm^a uuni ^t.-in.  _ Ihe IWOIimsu-r, LION. K.-L. liOJJDlCN,  r������e. p������������]ii������s wo^-iei n.-rooi*|t-(?  ottpics ji eoiiti-a! po i.i lon, mid   is shown ..tusiditu/ at iho W������'{\ "ou-< aiitwuj. DM,y:  bi'ud of ihe'CoiuHiilTable.   Seated about iii-jn  are  liis p.!!| "F.^Si.m- 11. (u'.^im-, ,\rfoiu..  eolloiio-iios. " jg^l l)-'i---'J"no g-iih AA2. x -   ,  -   Dimly in the ImckoTouiuLthe featmvs of  Sir John ggfej'    ^       ^J^jTn^T^rct:"~T~  ?  y  -K������-JtMOI������n<4Mi w^  WMIMMu  ,    LAND REGISTRY, ACT..-    ���������  In"THK mattku-  id .'an   applied  tion.for  11 ffii-.li 'CVrtifictttKof Ti'le  ���������to Lot-54. [Mop su] Tow 11. he .of  Conrlonay?  ��������� NOTICE is hereby -jivni of my  intention nl tlio-t*x;i;iuiion ' of..ono  ^.calendar mouth lAim the first publics tior. hereof,lo i..n'e a fiesh C������^r-  .    lit!'?ate of'Tillo in; iini of-.tjie-Ci-rti-  ��������� fioa'e of-Title-.it'si:.d ''to'Jo.---e'}ih  ���������McPhee 0*1 tl������e/]0ilvr.f?llafchl90o-,  and'numbered   !0i-)JUC .which  hae.  .been loot.   .....'    ,.,.'��������� ..'  '._ :J_fi,U(^a.Lllaml-illft������i^|j-y-On.no^  D"nion Steamship Go, of B. CL-td JH  - a   ; THE S/S/C0.W1G������AN:W_LL SAIL AS- UK.DKU    ! '  NANAIMO 'DENMAR'lSI,AND.Aj.NK)jNr',BAY:C0i\10X ROUTE  -.   '-",,   A-    .  Leave Vancouver, .Monday, at 8 p. m, ��������� :  ". .?   a Arrive Nanaimo", at 11.80 p, in.-  ��������������������������� - Arrive Union-.Hay, Tuesday 0'a. ni: *    Lb ive^Tiu-sUay noon.    '  ,n     Arrive CoiuoXf-Tuesday 8 a. 111, ������L(_.iv������.Tnesday;'.U a.' m. "���������  ��������� '  .Leave Nanaimo 6 p.. m', Tuesday;   Arrivo \ranconv'or'y.30 p.m.'  Uaye.^iiicotivcr Saturday 8 i-un, -Arrive  Nanaimo, 11 top. m  Arrive Union-Bay, .Sunday 6 a m. Depart. 5 p.m. \ -  ...  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4.p.in. ' .  'Subject to change'v.about Notice. '' ��������� ''"������.'  Maedonald v16ok dnw-n on his snoeessor^,  - ��������� How'to" Obtain the Picture'" .  Tbi^ fine  eiini'.-iviufj, of  whicli  a  limited utimber  havo been presented, will be .ent  '.FREE OF CHARGE''  lo now Piibsciibt-rsor !6 , old  subscribers,  liicir.tnbscripiions'fAr one year ($13 00)   ������������������ - -  * Por out,of,town" Puhscribei'S,   the'pictiiro \yi  Lubed.iiml jiost-^o pn paid. ',        ��������� '-      '��������� \      i  ���������        Non subscrihors may obtain-copies   onApavmeu't of  'GO,cents.'  If'maii'ed   10 ���������cents  extra .'for  tubing  and;'  '$&������������ .postage. ��������� '   , -  Aj)[ilieali'His  a;rd  remittance's (easb lmmt aecou-ip-.  ny order]! niu.*l be made to" v ' '  5>\^i- Uts'ri.t o| cjn.wiir,}.  TAKIS  XOfJCK   'h.  who  renew'  11   be  Viet .ria,' I.; C, "thia' 0lit  day of  Decern! or 19l'2.r " -- -'  r ���������'   -  '       -:    S,' Y.; WOOTTOX.  ,   Reyis-tr.rtrGtmVrHl-of Title).  a=.T������.iM.vR=E___r������an.-?ssnaxK<KtdEC3i  V  1 ne Circulation!  f.  .   APIAC.C9    V������4i_StsiO  :st and brst-BKER," and  m ad c - i n Cum be r i a n d.  t^-i-1 i <>C(Uli''lt'0J1, ���������1:ilji'i---i-, Kii^i.di i������:;  ^^.| I "J'- .-l" li. i������i.,.'i I., i.pK'''il>r.a li o t: ] uYi, '  pA^jj l.acriljjl'lvnUr'-Coji.m,.. ci j. ..t,,i.i,, _  \H)|||i)!������������ti.-d LU} OuiiiAvel ind. lO-cVitu  tuy.y  8.  i  &/Aln',nh "������������������t,,a south eist   co,*..',i  ,.f ./.,.,.?-.,.  ���������idaJ.' u;- tlKuu. Vo-ail. tlOcb.iwvti-u CO t.���������s-.- 4t>  c!-:.i,<ij    l.'i'-njo n.Tih'.SC-cl.c;;..-.   v.ih,.-,i '  SVtHt -!0 ClMiliS to point tl 0.1111111 :'i.t$ m<.   { '  (Jji.taini;;^ 3'JO ncrs^ iiiv.-o tr lo ;..  ' ,    . Ny,.aTEJ.. UEIJ.t.L USss'l*  F;tLo.-' M. Oasli*ji',<>A .cii". ''���������  DjIc Aivm 2-if!), lit)2.     ��������� ���������'     '     "'''''.  iSV/1!  ** c- ���������' I  yy?7$  Ssv*}?.  itu*-,-*i-i,  ;  y.y-.a:'<i Lund D;.tr;c:t\  Dz.������i-   (it i f   tV^ -,V!)7J,  .' 'i'AKi_yOT_H_ _l,nt CJljrlo^Ki.n.vf  > 'lC.li.V.r. B.   0;  ocu*aj>n-ii.i COutr'nc if,,  ������������������iiUimuo cpfly  I r   benni &io:i   t-������   .;l,r-  -  o?i������������o .lid'folio \iug    Uuec.ib������U 'lands':���������  :-'0,V.:i],'l.0":iU; Ut     ll     p0-.t     1'IUlltW.V   Jit '   t ll J      :  < ulb east4cujnci ol lot C*TS. th.-'e, wi.������  Jtic.iiiiia, tlii'^otVouth -.sy.jj.,.,,,, aifvce'  ������ust-!0 o:.(na.-j. tn������i cj nor h S'J'c-.ah.K'. .  oVlllS   tl   Colli -.li::. IOC I III-Jit   CuUl  ir.S'.L'   :*-_.y  icn-amore. or Lb", *,  ���������     1        '   '     " -       OH/.ULtM.'ov-y  '..FtsLer  A3. OasLmi'. jV.-"-"  IMed Juunl. h. ivt'i*-   - 'a -v- "  k-Mto. <LA*)ti *���������"*������ vrr  S^yw-jird   C:������?;l District'  ���������Jmtw -*������������-u. _*_^  i^J     TA IvK KOrKUt'ri,. t ijy7ie" B.-BueiK ;  b������t/i1   -l>.:i.'.oa'!vjrIoo.^wii[-JM   Kuref, Cjcii^V  |aV .'i ULigWU M.^r. .     U.,.,  W,   h3,ijim'iut'^*''th-1K^<--���������*��������� .t -W elii.K.it. iL;eu d  Wjml- A ..������������������,'. .   ���������* .  : liSr/fli, thi-ncc uoith '_*i. c*mi;.a.   ih'n .������   ������.-,,.  The Courtenay Hotel  . Every conveniurjfc for guofita.  Tho"0ontial Hotvl for Sportsmen' ,  None bui.lhe Ue;;t of Wines and Liq������nrs  at the H;ir.  HATES nEASON/iDLE  John Jchncicn,   Prop  WmmmWXifjnmvttuwyMMM&j^  Q ���������  ri  c  0  $  t  <  4)  \  ������  u.  c  ' d  C  t r-t  I  0  O  O  s  CD  00    g  *4**^ ������  Cl  CL)  !  ri-  ft1*.  CO  w  rt  00  4)  ft/)  <   ������  bi n -  tv..  iBfe>  J.   N.   McLEOD ������������������   -ir,no2=sx3:ror.  Kn_-lUh '1 .\ BUItTON al*ay_ on lap     nl*o,' tlio fatnoiifi.MU.WAUKKl.,  BKB1W ���������AnhoDBcr, Bybeiniai*., Sehltz, Ao.'    ,." OLD GUBY UKARlJ"     '  -, SCOTCH WhUSRY, Best W.r-es ancl Liquors of all kinuo,  Tho tl.'arding andLoilging D 'pnrtmcrit. uiwlui tlio iinmertmlo ������ii[)eiinU-i-.iloiico cf Mn  Davis, uill h-j tou. (i Fi-.bt clnfls iii nv������ry reupoot..;  ATES,  ifi oo por day upwards.  "0  u  rt  i~  O  ���������fl  ft  rl������5*W������I*W*lt'H'^'!!"!*^kJ*f"-y'*!"J,,W'^i  NO'nojj.  ������l������l.  * .4 J       ^ V ������ . W'������ 4 . *   f -  Tiiia i-y tu, notify liic public  tlmt all freight charges ou bonded goods dented at Uni'������n 15'iy  for tlie Comox Valley nuisl bo  paid before gooda cnu be lorwtitd  od. Uy order  Canadian Collieries Dunsniuir]  Co.  . NOTICE.,  . Riding on locomotives und -raiJ  way crira of tlio Union Colliery  Contpany'by nny poreoi. or ]Kn'-  wns���������except tain crow���������ic strictly  pvobibiled." Employeos f-re subtle to t.iiBmifl&iil for allowing eam-  '��������� "    ''     Uy order  "���������   yy.. h. coulson,  General Mnua^ei*,  ,*imit,.-mmmxmrm?mmiimmmin**������w*.r*uimiMimiimmi,utm.,irj  LIQUOll LTOENSE   BY-LAW  J Oil."  . N0TIC13 IS IIEUEBV OIV  EN tliat at tlio noxt roL-ubir moot  in<r of tho Hoard of I.iconfio Com-  inifiBionorH of tlio I\Innicipnliiy of  Cumberland, application will lio  miidi! to lho said Board ol: Com  mifisioniM'H for tlio transfor o( ilio  lici'iiMO fur tho s?nU- of liquor by  rotnil in and upon llu* promisi's  known as tlio Vetidonui Uolcl, Hit-  uiiteoit Ibiiitimiir Avcnuo, in lho  (Jity of Omnborland, from Robert  ������       l>,J...rlrr.M     In    V, .1,(., (   Xf,.V. ! I  >,'J' Li'..; {..'(i'i C!ly o! C'l.i������5';'i'lrtliv!,  Uiiti'd at Ciiinhorlanil,   IJ.  C.  tlnV* 1 Ot li dny of Di'combor 11)13.  k. s. uobkutson'  11 older of Liccino  JIOHEHT MoNEIL  Tratifli'eri'o,  ���������������- *y*tk4t*\**nw**rn*,*m  ���������*��������� ��������� **������  !*r.;M.T(.ns.W-i  i.-i* n hrtit'j, it.tit-.i iik.1 th,i-;>, ������', r.-,  '--.  f.etmn'iry, ,.cr������.' I \Ao.'.m-ji, /,'������.,'.������,'..-, -.', ���������'.* "���������  'iu'.'.t"ri,.������.i,(t"d K'fitit nf A'. -'I'U i- ir.'.iAt..  rriiaUt fiatl>f.v ".ufivki. OiiewMji.t. ���������*.!.���������<  vliluiro. fki.il hy r.ll ���������.ru'-vi*1* nt jnnllr.l Iti  liWnr.lK.���������.at, titti i.t ii'un<. i'.i.',- ������.-���������! ;,'.���������.  rrt,A>,'i frf.   Vlto 'rioCfd Ytkf^'tMta Co.  NOl'ICICi* h'.ruliy -yiv. n thut npj'li-  oid.m will l.o u.iid.i I.* tiio !Mi|c-r  intoiidcnt. of fr������.viiu*tal I'i.Huh Victorln,  ;[.���������.- n lioiieo to .������11 liquor by w;.������l ode  iipuii iho irim'.on f.uud������d to I, Hi',  I'din-A (I, i'iu,:li.jU.tt) 1'nv,t\7,U., Cuni'tin  Ir.tid, U. C.  .'oh.i MAiirtt'iir. Ajj-lic nt  D.itul tl)i������ Jft.l. ibv ol Dfcnnber, Jill,.!  C. H TARBELL     i  r\-rmK*'to''ti'**������������*****%t*"i.*ii\��������� a-v+n.wrwii^rim*,*,     u  iXl*sW7twe9^-^WW^*i4M*^m-a\^^^ ,}\  HIGH GRADE STOVB?  And all K ITCH KN.l UTENSILS |  portsmens Goods f  General Hardware ��������� |  NOTICE. '  NOTICE is ln-roby yiven Mint  she gcneial store bn������iiu'nii or Dun  can Bros, has thi-^ day been sold  to Jaiues^, II. I'Hrkin.^.All accounts due the late fit in must bv  paid lo E. Dtincai*, who will ,m.I.-  tlo all htibiliiie?.  Sitiidwiok, t)i'l. isi 191r>.  NOTICK  Any ppj-bnn or pori-.on,;, ijiitlin'j,',  mmoviiig or talcing   any   blocks,  ��������� ��������� i        ,  li'll.'l'l  Ml   iiUU'., "t Alii  U- MI! iOllO.ll'  r 1  .lulun^iiifj; to tlm Wi.'ilinylon Col-  dory Co'y., or from or off tho land  of tho said Compnny, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any (Icwripii.-n  nnywbeio   upon   Uie companv'n  l.;!;.l  Vii.t   nv'.  j., .ir.������'K l.ll.'tl   to  Lm> ll.ii  extent of tbo law.  W. I,  Con.SON.  < J ei lend i\I ann^er,  C , ]]',,",���������; ('., f  ; l'l/VNOS   AND  .1������"UK.NTITUU1C  Freioljr; Wood'and Coal Mauled  '    IKDEPEK'DEMT   ���������  TRANSFER     ���������  RICHAliDSON oc 1JAVWOO.U  PHONK 3.7  , Windermere Ave.  ouni:;;s taki-n yoii nut coal  ������������-������.������*������. ,m*.tm*-m.m.m~.t.'m.m .m^.^-m..m.m.i.mt m .w,'..^  Sn_ wn.-d r.������nd Dirttiict. .  Dis-1- lot of Suyward,  TAjrUKOTICJi U>ii Ui-arl b llrary  Hm'i f Kuv,- '/orir, N. Y��������� < uuu pat ion  sikluflin n, l t i.ii. lo I'P.ly lur pu'niiM<ioii  tn ji-.ir.iaHO llK���������fi.llo\vlit(,' il. HOriWlumUi  C.i..iiiin'i.oi|ii,'a; a, jj .at, i Innt'iil at ilio  norlli -.-"ut (Nii-nut- ot Jot fi.V_, Uirnon r.ortli  CO -.liU -iB, tllC: 00 W Ht   ")  vl ailIM, ���������(!)(!,:()  niH.ii. '>'.) oLirii', tliouco cam. -OuLni-.is to  lifiiut,  of  <uii.isi<ii)ixwi',"_t  cjiit. inii i;  -IO  iiui'ii. ...uro oi lem.  iHA.tl.Bs JiliNHY JJBVr  I'l-hor M. G .cIJiih, Ay; ut,  I) t'i.! mio UO li, I Oil  Snyw.Til l.uml Uii-iict,  I i'i'.rict of t'aysunl,  T.MUi NO IK i-i U til Oo-iiv,(! Stiiclti', of  cli.'H.i llu> li������'.l(i.\ni|; iliiuilljinl lau.'s;���������  (.'nnur.ono! g .;l u p'litl plan'etl UO ���������������'.i ������inn  Hdii.i nf Uu* in rtii-M-ol ouincr of lot j'.M,  t! i.i. !��������� cant' *..0 ull .ii M, tlior.cn nott li 'III  nlnn ���������', ll.c.'.co i-o.it 'JO rJniiii'i tl'oiico  i'iji. a 'IO ���������tlii.iii-i Ui j inir. <>t u j i ini'im*-'  nui.l oout tin ug .L'(l i.'i..h m Vo ci li<>"'.  \.K')Ut;i; stui KU  |,'   I,,,.. >i   i'., i.i  ���������   i, ,-<o  ')'t - ftwio lMi. mi'.-  ,S,i\*a;iH 1/ ml iiid i-l,  Di'ihlut . ." i-ijunn'.  -im K71' ' ')' t   !' ���������' .'������  ''���������  ��������� - ���������  '���������'   ' ���������  ������������������������.' ne, of Nt-,v   ii'..iK, N. \ ..  <i.n.-iii) ti n.  ������!. ill, int. ii'.U to f|i|i'yf.ii lidi'miiin (������i  t'i  iirohiuo tl.o ful hv i. k fie. ciilu'd l������-.������lr:���������-  t-,'iiiiniei,(i'ij at i p -i:* )l:i Id  I'J uli i'ii-  -ii t mul 'A) I'li'iii'i ti ill < I .).'' ii.it:' t:iut  .  mc nl I '( r,'-l   t'  I,.*.- . ���������!-. .' i   '!ih:i������,  Raywaid  I.-nr.d   J il-ttriot  JJisliiel' nf   S,->.vwan  TAKE-l?0Tr0J3  Umt William Jt.ho  Wh.tiiijroi: Np.v York, X. Y.. ooji.jiau.n  liuclneir, i,'jleii>l8 to R|Sj.ly fur ppimisiion  to i urohn o ihj followio-ir ilt-suriboj l-.'.m'n:  - Ciim.ni.*t'c'i g������i a j.o.il iilniiiuil Uj ub'.'.bih  Hoiilh tv d 30 ou jj i iw. f:-o ii  t!:_ lo-tli  unlit cornoi* of li.t 570 {un pos.1 u/'t) tlie'iji?  not tii ?.) th-u.n,  Hi rn.v wed  UO c-lirun:-,  tiii-iuiesou-lj liO   vli.tu.ui,   th-9,.00 oiiht ."f>  ih i sh to point ,cf  u'diiinotceuii-iit o i.-  Uuiiii'' GO ncoi mi)to or )c,-,n.  V/n.i.iA.M John Wjii'mv  Fi.-ifi>';'   y��������� Uaaliiii.., Agci,l  I)d-d jr.it... SBr.', V))\>.  W*S*iMlt*^.m..*i1<iUtti*i'inn,-\rnH4> ftttmi-ttttt* +*&**,*���������********.*.* Ml*  ���������Say-.. ������vd L;i?d W.'atrU-t.  Uiit.iot of S..y.'.iii'.l,  TAK'd NOTICE   lliut   U.iiry   Al/rcl  JIo P, o| X(i,v Yoi!*, 'Kuw Vorli, oi (input1-  nncluotiioiun, i'.loiri: 'o npply f -r p-.rnu;  tion to pm'in'u ion lo pur.iini e t, m lollo.v-  i' g ilfcHi-riiip''. lii'sil-:   tioinni-'ii.'i,)!.' id i.  ponl plmitt'i.1 n������ I'm uouth <>r.tit c(,r er of  l!if< nm-ili ������o.nt quarter of lot fiS'l.  tluit'-c  'lOi'liiiiiinoao1,  Ihem!"  '10 oii mm mitli  'liciKift40 o.i.i.i������ iwit, tln-mi- 'I'J  (Iiiiil  mm Mi top iiit-I I', m   oinomviit i'i'1'...iii-  in-.i 1(10 mru.-i imiic , r ! ,-������i  ll."Nuv ,\i.i-i*.i:n I1i;n  l''.H' cr M. <i sa.ii) ���������, a van t.  I)������('d.llinuli'lt1-, lill'.'.  K.iywi,v.l l.������ il I'i,t.;..t,  Ui.iH"u of ya; w\ A.  TAKli NOTICI-:   Um',   Willlmi   J..I n  Su'.liv, n, NuwYfiik, NT. Y.,   occn'pal-ni;  c'.nit, IhIimi-Ih If) up; 1/ for i oiii'.i nun I  I'lirolnuo tl i! f.i'.lu MUf,������ 'lho follivAm; (|...  ,,        . ��������� cSnij-a.   ilio .'o   ������������-j-.  ../clJiinid,   lhnut.0   ho.nh   *u  i-iia-hs' i������.  .0'  ��������� ���������   -.-    'I'i'K ���������  Dated June I9d), 10J2.  - ,    -  N.v  York, N. Y'., oruup.l,i..ii  euniuotv,  liurnlito i.jtply iir i e.|u!>i.i-n to p..r- 0l'i,J'* I-wOhi���������f'ot.ni .hh-'hk i-t    a   pr.ta  S.-ivwanl. Lund .Dioh'ics   '    -.  Ui's riot' . f i VAur'iii ���������  TAK K N.)XJt.K  I li .i- .lco-.pi.   H,,���������.y','  Bioi .1' New Yori;, 6l*...-.ju ii >u - SaKbu--i������ , -���������  uit-.-i'.Js lo apply Ioi- iioim.y.loo   to  iur-  ���������.litio .iho   loflu.ijjg   (Ufl.'i;b������.'   liiiniP:--  i -...i.'U. nmig at r. ;-o������t pl;.ji,-. ft  po   ciian���������������.  i'.e.n,  nd ten  cli..i,.-j nortii of  tite K<M:t!j ���������'  ���������������������������iht eui-iur of 1 as-. ...t tj,_,lf��������� ,j0r|jj  ;w '.  ui!an:s,-ih"ucc ifii.-t L'O a) i-Jiis thi no a ui'i  v.'w c-i.ai'.i.^ ilioacc ������-..*,i20cl.:i nn" t-. ivti.t  Ot (������������������>'i.ill'-l.C('.JIO.nt Cwl3t4'.'.Uff '10 I'-.l'U  .'1010 or ;i;j,���������. n     .  Hor.o.'i-i IIjinhY" il,\i:n  Fi-.U'I'.M. ij,������lsi-_, Agl.-.I .'  j^hd Jiin..-i..lli,  r.Uj.  ���������, .Vis wai.I Jiuiid I.i!,tiiv,'.  I) -ti-!������r. vi" Say .v.������i������l'-  'JAKI-: M.'ll-. 1.   thnt j mum lJiirn-ii-ii  Pm:������i of ;inv Yu'k, N.   Y., occuuftli n  ten- li.'i*. .'il.!! .I'i lo ������i)[ilv I'...   pi'n-Iliiii.n ,  t.< JjUri-L-iirfi tn.- f _i oivi.',; f^.'ronlifMt l-nul :'  ��������� t.'"m-i(" il.ij HI, .1' pi,.t Jl'jI.'lWW ut Uifi  llyl-'ll fill,' co. in".- Ol li.l. ,';,').', (.Ii.hcc  IIUI'II)    .  81) c -.iiii..s, ti.wi i'o wist SJ chili.'.*, tlii'ii.ti ���������  hOi.lli'i'J   li^iiis  iii'"j':o Usui S'J I'liJ'lii.   |i  J> uy  if  U'., in'iur i.itit, .."i..tuiuujf Oil)  fii't1 ii)i..rii  i.f   !.;-,'!.  J AMI'S   UtKVAi:i'������ liL'.N.N  I'i-lo r   M. tl.el.ll).,  i\���������iU',  ���������Ai'L', ,]\ini"2Uh, YJl'i  Siiv.-uid l.'iini nii-iiici.  I'tsiiioi . f .mv..Hl,  t kk r.trrv k -i,.i ,i.,iM1 Ll...I!1.,  Ity in if No i  Vy..    No .v Y_rl>,  on) ,������itl-  ��������� (I I'U!)'.' r, i'ii.,".,! li, il .jily !,.'��������� j. n,i| k .1)  .'.' pllH.ll.-'' il." pill-.-ll.f" l!l������ fi.JI.Yl [; i'o.  'Clll'll    !|) ,1'!��������� IVlMiywu'lH   l.t    [. , p ���������  I  l������!i"i(;'.l it  .!..'��������� uw.tli-Ai-.t fM-.-tor .f Lu.  i": ll".-   i['i;.il'.,  A i..t i-'.'l,  ihci.'-'i'������. {  ���������'U'.'ini I-, t ...iiv.iortli 'Itlcliiii.t', tliff co  \m.-I ��������� ). I,xy ili.i.i-.! toniii 10 ili.l.m \,t  p :i.t of   <:m . nc'Wv.siji t  ti.'i)Uiiiiii]|j   ti.O  III!.'!    llJf-lu If    L L'.  Fi-li.-i M, Ci.i-'l'.iii'i, Af-;..t.  lJ..lo.l.iin '.-.U'-t, 1'Jt;.'.  vS-iv 'Mird l.-uul j.listi'ii".  Uif'.t'it'l of Sa\ wiird  TAKK iii'iico  linn   Juliii  C?iie-.  Hdy,     ot"     Now     Vork,   ,!N    V.,  ��������� ^.'...^i .s.u.i I.i'. ,-Uin, 111(00 i  Hn)WttuUiii<Uui i.t. J'^lii''l,;>   ���������'������������������i'  |'i'������i'iis������ion  io  jiur.  Dint im <-f .*.ij)ftti (1. jciniM'   tin.    I'ollowjinj    ilofcrili'd  T\KK NOHt.UJ tnat vVidi-ii.. ^ujjfu���������.t.��������� ia���������(|..;._('riooiuduina   at a  ror<t  ow Y.'!���������};,   N\ Y ,, w'i'aiiii'' *  pliuUd 10 f'!i;/iis h..i tii f (.|u llu. i.iiilli  <iut i-orocr nf I.. ,ri'/0 ton \,'.,a ..7 J) tlui'iij'.i  li'u'.h i.O i I.i.iii... i], i 7si i.u ' ;lj ,.'������������������;���������,,  IliOi-i:.' ti .utli SO cli.i :;i, 1!.'.-..!._ i --A. ,..  I'lllliiii1, to {luilil of o . jj-;;. i'.-.'ii|a.'iit ,-jii.  lui i'..|; Oil) :.<i (."���������> ui.'Yv or It s������.  WU.IJAM JO'.IKhLLUVAH  I'i l.o<* 11. W.iskini, Act'..1,  Diilo Juno 21.1, 1912,  IIIHO'.U'II,    if  .;,���������   i .'    :,  i.lt.i'.cl :Yi .'���������i.nii^ i.'.i,.tii   and   All  In IHHl'Wn '.liu { llo-A- i ;.; C .;,'.i-i -'Ai-.j- _- .-; lut'llif l-o'lll cm uer vf  lauil:���������Con meiii'iuK i.t ii jn>.i. i.i.n tv.l; l..| .i.'ii, l jn !':-.��������� u. ,t ;}M idiain* to  'A'A chali h ti fit and 40 i I.r.i t rn.   !i ..i i;-i '       . , ,        .   ,       .....      ,  ot  ]��������� t  ;>..'!. ilu'inn  :ii:!,i ll- .<     i-f,   ti;vi.������'0   tll.'t   ������!'���������  t in.   a.  "I 11-1 ; ,   (  north- ������������o������l wnmir ������-f lot '���������.'.,. Hi- -. '*>>���������:    "^   '"'  ftlotivni inoii; or Ii'hi,   ;������������������  ������0 c'.!'fn<i >'��������� i*l.   n'.i ,{  , 'ul  "'������('  Ii i.c'trm-h   :'������) *h i.n.-i   Ihi'H'u v..-it  -10|Kit 551, t'.i ijt'cui'.:-. *"')t.-/.;i, ���������, j,-in .,,. 1,,,,  .  .,lttl.,   .1.1.0.'.   .1       l..   '..i I.   .'.  ..   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THE NEWS.' CUMBKRI.AND. B. C
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is probably due to uric
acid in the system���the
blood must be purified���
the poisonous acid driven
out and general health
must be improved.
Thousands testify that
Scott's Emulsion rid3 the
system of poisonous acid
by enriching thc impoverished blood, and its concentrated nourishment is
converted into red blood
corpuscles'which drive
out rheumatism.
It is especially valuable
to aged people.
��� Ask for and insist on
SCOTT'S.
Bcoii &. Bowne, Tortiuto, Ou(ar��o 12-60
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How Dare You ���
A parly of four just returning from
ft ilieati'o c-dlod In at a fashionable
l-Obtuuraut. Tho prim old maid who
was,tlio fi uot t of thc ovcnlnj-v, was
charmed \vl!.Ji everything���especially
tho ujusle,. Whllo tho waitnr was
Ktai-diny by llu.' tablo she asked him
to find out tno.lillo of iho piece tho
orchestra \v,ui playing. Tho willing
'waiier prom setl, but othor duties
claimed, him for a while, and whoa
ho returned rho,lady had completely
forgolferi her request.. Whon ho bout
toward,?, hor and softly -whispered
something in her car sho recoiled with
honor. ��� Then, recovering from the
shock slio tiiracd with cold, relentless
fury upon the-hapless man who wait-
oil. ,, "
llow dare yoii! sho cried; how daro
you ���    " '       .
And it tool* the terrified waiter (juile
p. llmo,to explain why he had merely
breathed the- titlo of lho piece so'
softly���"Whet Can U.o to Jlako You
Love Me?"
A New Idea
l'vo got a ripping Idoa for tv moving
picturo film. Something absolutely
new and novel.
What la it? asked tho excited 'man.*
ager,
Lot ua havo a seone showing a
young woman doing tha, housework
whllo herraolher Is playing the piano
ov manicuring hev nails,
' In Franoo 21.2-1 por cent, of tho
population nro employed in agricultural pursuits: In the United Kingdom
tho percentage is 5.58.
Minard's  Liniment Cure* Garget  tn
, Cows
Thoro waB an alarm of lire,
Collect yoursolf "said tho husband.
I havo, responded tho wlfo,. Hero
nro my switches, my pads and my
puffs. "     ���      ���     '
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Tiiz Wires AH Carry The'
-Sam^Message~^IrW3iif-
Littlc Boston Black������'What's a crlt*
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Ma���A critic, man son am ono who
nobcr approves of anything,
WESTEWeCUREI) .
OF KIDNEY TROUBLE
A Stubborn Caso of Thla Painful Dis-
ease    Cured   After the    Patient *
Had Suffered for Years, by a
Few Bottles of SANOL
Slowly but'(surely tt has nomo to be &
it-cognized fact by both tho peoplo of
Canada ancl tho, medical profession that
SANOfi ls tlio ono remedy that nifty be
relied on in cufeca of kidney dlaeaae, gravel, atones in tho bladder, (fall-stones,
kidney-stones anil all dlseasou and ailments due to the presenco ot urlo acid
In Lho system. This romedy has great
numbers of cure., to Its credit-ana Its
makers* havo received many stroriff testimonials as to Its powers. Ono of theso
testimonials waa recently received from
n gentleman who resides ln Winnipeg
anu who 1�� well-known ns a most reputable citizen. This letter reads In pint
as follows:
"For noma years past I had suffered
from sny kld.noys. About IS months ago
I Imd cicuto lnilamatlon of thoso organH,
when I was ordered to bed by the medical
mnn attending me." I received considerable relief but after a few months tho
trouble started again. It was then thnt
I decided to try SANOU of wliloh I hnd
both" read and heard. -After taklnp; two
bottles I felt very much bettor and iny
condition rapidly Improved.' When I had
taken tho contents of elffht bottles, I felt
better than I liad dono for-'years for my
kidney.troublo had entirely left-ine. , It
is now aoout threo'months sinco I finished with tho medicine and 1 am enjoying
tho best of health."   ,
The Address of tlie gentleman who
wrote the above will be given to nny who
muy inquire. Tho makers of SANOIj are
able to etve a large number of addressea
of peoplo who will 8'!vo to Inquirers similar testimony as to the benefits Uiey derived from the use of this remedy.
SANOL" Is manufactured only by tho
SANOL MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
LTD.,' 977 Main Street, Winnipeg." It-
may be purchased by any drug storo ov
direct from tho makers at .$1.60 por .bot-
Uo. ���     '
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TABLE hi
You have Rot louse some
3<Iik1 of r..Ut on flic labls.
You'nuift use suit iu your
eoolvinj; and baking,
Are you using the best'
RiU-WINDSOR ��� TABLE
SALT?.
U\s llie Utile lldng. Mint
count. It's Windsor Suit,
that will help you (otiiftkii
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Unvoted. WINDSOR
S.V7/f L-i i-utc.-iiid faic ,-iud
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Gave It Up
-^-Nov/^.Tonps^-yQU^calLyourMU^gxeai
on Biblical history, don't yoii?
Pretty fair, Smith.
Well, then, what proof have we in
the Biblo that Pharaoh was a carpenter. "   - '     '-
Nonsense Smith. What yer getting at? rharaoh"was no ver''a'carpenter *    ,
Well, then, liow do you account for
him making Joseph a ruler..
For years Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator has ranked as the most
effective) preparation manufactured,
and It always-'maintains Us reputation .
To our nliput heroes, littlo Willie
read from tho memorial hrouzo. Pa,
what  uro  mlont  liornus?
Married men, anhl pa,
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Tells How Sho Keeps Ho*
Health���Happmeao For
Those Who Take
Her Advice.
Scottvllle, Mich.-''I want lo toll yoi!
how l/iuch flood LyillaE. PJnkhsm'uVef.-
oUh] .Compound and
Sanative VVnuh hava"
dona mo, I livo on it
farm nnd have worked
very hard, 1 nm
r iim'A forty-five years old,
i, ///fe ond am-the mother
r miy. d thirteen children.
Many pooplo think
It strinffu tliut I om
not brokflt. down
with hard work and
tho curo of my fain*
liy, but I tell thmn of my (rood frlond,
Lydin K. Plnkhani'D Veaelabl* Compound, and that there will lm no backache and beni'lnp. dqwn palmt for thom if
thoy win t*H��i��in��n��*vf. iuint.i,Um7,y
evee H'itlii/ut JtJu thebcr.i'p.
"I will wy also that I think there Is
no better medicine lo be found for younj;
girls. My fldeut danpthtov has taken
Lydin E Plnkham'fl Vftgatahlo Com-
ifi+..l Z'AJ���?��'?.!���:'! X".'tlf"''i nM Irrnmlnr.
(ty, nnd Jt hns helped her.
*'I tim always ready nnd wllllnff to
iptalc e. good word for Lydin 13. Pink*
hum's VoKeUMo Compound. I toll every
oris I moot that 1 owo my bwnlth nntl
hnpplnnss to your wonderful medicino,"
-Mrn. .I.G. .loiiw.iou, fiiottvlllc, Midh.,
V, V D. 8.
t.ydia K. PinV.imni'* VuKi'.luhU Com*
pound, mado frr.m native rooOi and herb*,
',o)itnir>�� iv^ narrntlca or harmful draff,
nnd today holds the record of bolnpr ths
mo't p'tft.-i'ssful remedy for wouinu's HU
lu'lU't).
VV. N, U. 923
Threepence Not Enough
Mv hoy, you havo saved my lite, a
young, swell oxclaimed, an ho tried to
wriiif. tho water out of his clothes at
a well-known seaside resort,   Lot me
reward you.
Ho thrust hln hand Into his trousers
pocket and brought out a threepenny
piece.
Thero, my .boy, this is for you, but
don't spend it foolishly,
No sir, I can't tako It, slv tho boy
replied nn ho pushed lils hand into his
side.     I didn't earn It.
Whv you saved my lifo, boy,
Yos, I know;   but   It  nln't  worth
th reopened
��� i I,  -. ���ii ������    *
About 80,000'lobsters nvn eaten dally
in Great Brltabr, most of thom como
from Norway and Nova Seotla.
���  Drnntlo , "�����*
I wliy, alls exolalmsd���5 will not Ut��
with youa another day.
You'll leave-me, will you? he calm*
ly asked.
Yes, 1 will.
When? .
Now, thla minute. tt
I wouldn't lf I wero you. * ,,
But 1 will, and I doty youoto atop
mo!  ' ' .  ';
. Oh, I, shan't try to stop you, he
Quietly rep\l od. 1 will simply report
to tho-police that my wlfo haa mysteriously disappeared. They'll want1 ti
description e.nd I will glvo It, , You
wear ,No. 8 shoes; you havo an extra
largo -mouth: ,your noso turns up at
tho end; eyes rather on tho glint;
volco llko a���,  '������'
Wretch, you wouldn't' dare do that?
Bho screamed.
'   I   Will. * '   !
Thoy glared at eaoh othor for a
moment In silence. Thon it,was
plain to soo who-*waa tho victor. -'
'< .. i. .",  ' ���
Seafaring mon on tha Firth of Forth
are greatly interested In a .whale
about 10 feet long, which has taken
up Us Quarters ln tho upper reaches.
When tin approaching'ship sounds Its
slron, the whale proceeds down tho
Firth, swims round It and Anally precedes tt until lta destination la
reached.
.  Like a Motor Car
A iaj*:e German woman hold up a
long lluo of- people at the money ordor window In a post ofllco tho other
day and all because her memory had
failed. Sho wanted to send somo
money lo her son, a sailor on a. merchant steamer then in forolgn water,
but whon sho presented tho application at tho window the clork notlcod
tho address was lacking.' ,.
' Woll, whero'do. you want to send
it? he asked. We can't glvo you tho
money order unless you,, know the
namo of tho place. ' - .
Yah,- dot'-.' do trouble, sho replied.
I didn't print' his letter, and I can't
remember da* namo of der. town, hut
its some placo out by Qhina dot
sounds llko rler nolso a motor-car
make?
Tho two cierks looked at each othor
dubiously.
��� What khiiV of a noise does a motorcar make?   asked"on,o..,
Honk honk, suggested tho other. ���
- Yah, dot's it, exclaimed the woman.
Honk, konk; dot'B do place.
Fill it In Hong Kong, said thc clork
and she'paid'over he? money with a
sigh of relief.
Don't Submit' to ,Asthma. If you
suffei wlthoat hopo of breaking 'the
chains which bind you. do not put'.off
another day the purchase' of Dr. J.
D. 'Kellogg's Remedy. A trial-will
drlvov'away all ftodW. as to its.efficiency. The sure relief that.comes .will
.convince you moro than anything that
can' bo written. WHeiPliolp" is~so'
suro1, why saffer? This , matchless
remedy ls soli1, by dealers everywhere.
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Into the Fire    ��� '?
.'A stingy man thought ho would savo
money by taking his wife .to a picture
show the other afternoon.
To keep her mind off bargain counters, I presume.
Mxaotlj^. And what do you supposo
was tho first picturo thrown on tho
screen. ,   ���
1 can't imagine,
Somo of tho latest styles Jin.rarls
hats.
Tho spy mania has put at least ono
Gorman in the way of making a good
living. Ho has taken to manufacture
ing spurious plans, which Iu tho guise
of n, German officer, he ilnds littlo difficulty In disposing of to the French
and Russian Governments. Even the
British govornment Is alleged to havo
boen victimized to tho extent .of $15,-
000 paid him for allogod plans of fortifications on tho, Islands of Wander-
oog and Borkum.
GROWING GIRLS AND
ALLWOMEN
Should Keep Their Blood Supply
Rich, Red and Pure,
Or. every 'Hind you neo womon and
growing v.lris in tho deadly clutches
or ritinomia, Slowly, but mirely a
piillm* ns of death BotMoB on their
cliooks; thoir eycH grow dull; tholr
appotlto llcklo; tholr utopH languid,
Dally'thoy nro being robbed of nil
vitality iuul brlnhlnoBB, The troublo
It mwloctod, becomes moro nculo until the nlgiiB of early consumption become apparent. What womon nnd
young ft'li'ln in this condition need Is
now. rich, red blood, nnd thoro In no
othor medicino can do tho work of
Dr. Williams' rink PIIIh, in making
thin mnv, goul blood. Tlioso Pills
mnko girls and women woll, nnd bring
back thn chn-in and brlghtncuB of perfect, regular health. Hero ls a. bit ot
proof. MJbo Lllllo O'Curroll, Norwood, Out., naj'H: ��� "About two yearn
ago my lioaitu bogiut to um. 1 s\,tt>
hcak, tim iLuYY, .'iml bad im mnhlMnn
for anything I had frequont bond-
ludiflB, would bo completely tired out
aftor tho leant oxortlon, and had littlo
or no appetite. A doctor who was
giving mo medicine Anally told mo ho
i_'ir('ll   1   Vill)  lA'Oib   llmt Va>'.��u��.<i.w^;'.,
which, ot courso mado .me very much
down-hearted. As tho medlclno I
wan taking wn.i not doing mo any
Ijood 1 decided to try Dr. Williams'
Pink PIIIh, riiirt 1 uhall over fool grateful that 1 did po. My story mny bo
eumm.-'d up fr. (ho wordfl "nine boxes
of tho PIIIh fully1 rodlorwl my health,
������-���..orhnpB saved my Uto, nnd I am
nov.- ns strong and healthy oh nny
girl."
V.vory atM'-mlc siiffYrffr enn obtain
equally geod rf-JUilt." lliroiiKli a fair
uro of Dr. WVliamH' Pink Pllln. Sold
'iy all uifNllv'.n" rt^al'TB or by until at
r.u cents a Ux or nix boxen for ?2,f.O
i frnm 'I h<* l��, . Wliilums' Mfi.lli-mo Co.,
I l^of.UvlII^, Ont.
A. Seotoh Courtship
A lady, was one day approaohed by
her Sootch maid with tho information
that she was about to leavo.
,   What is tho causo ot this sudden
decision, Mary? ' -   .
1 think Til be a-marryihg;
Indeed, and whom, may 1 ask?
Tho man that alts across in tho kirk
o' Sunday.
'��� But what Is hta namo?
I dluha klu.-
What! Yoa'ro siiroly notengaged to
a man whoso namo you do not know?
"Not engaged, my lady,,but he's booh
long, looking at mo, and'! think he'll
soon be speaking,' '
Thoro is a young man In Now York,
Irving Berlin by name, who is known
astho "Rag-tlmo King,* Throo yoars
ago ho was:a waiter In a rostaurant
there, earning $15 a wook; now ho
has an Inoomo og $20,000 a year, royalties on Ida rag-time molodlos.
The Wretchedness
pf Constipation
Cm\ quickly be ovetcomo by
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS
Purely vegctnbln
�����ct surely and
gently on tne
liver. Cute
Biliousness,.'_
Headache,
Diai-
titM, and Indigestion.'  They do tlieir duty.
Small Pill, Small Doso, Smnll Price.
> Gehuine must bear Signature
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���. Pat and Mike, who woro neighbors
in tho Ould Country, happened to -retire from public gasio about tho Bame
time. Pat had stolen a watch from
a blind man; whllo Mlko, mistook a
friend's cow for his own and sold itr
As,luck would havo It, thoy woro drafted to tho sajpo prison, and at ohurclf
pars do on Sunday ihornlng tlioy had
a chanco for a ���moment's forbidden
conversation.     ,
Suld Jiliko���Top av. tho mornin' to
yon, Pat,' an' phwnt might .the, timo
bo?. Sure an' 'tis you that knows?all
about watches.   .
But Pat was not to bo dono. Mlko
my lad, ho replied, bogorrah, au' 'tis
just about mllkln' time.   '
������ There are moro than olght. million
separate families Hiving In England-.
The Old, Old Story     ..'���..
Said Adam to Eve,-ub the pair sat
iilono   -. , ,    ,   -y     .   ,-y     A
And-night1 ovor Edijri her mnntlo. had
thrown,      '        ',-..,   ���,.������ ���������)
Como let us go out, love, and view th�� ,
. night slilos	
And, watch tho horizon until tho moon
rise.     . -���    ' =    -
Said Eyo, I'd bo glad, as tlio night ls ,;
a      80  'fair ' a' "
But���I really can't go,1 for I've noihlng
to'wear.��� ,    --
���***-,
Among .the .Musgunv tribe of tht
Kamorun, near Lako Chad, a German
explorer roporls tliat he has 'discovered an unexpected luxury. A3 tho
nights nro vory cold ln that pari, tho
beds nro built like atone coffins, and
underneath a llro burns all night, keep*
Ing'tho sloo.or. wiirm,
r
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The Honeymoon Club
Tho Novcr Nag Society in Now
York's latest matrimonial club. Its
founders aro thirty-four couples who
have returned from honeymoons spent
ln llennudn, whero the brides formulated tho following confession of
f tilth:
We, tho brldoB of Uormudn, havo
no uso for tho now woman who cannot
cook or sow. Wo boliovo a wlfo
should havo hor husband's breakfast
ready, no matter at what timo ho Is
obliged to lino.
Wo boliovo wo should bo dressed
nonlly by tho timo ho is up, for it is
bin breakfast timo impression of us
that he carrion all day,
Wn boliovo tho wlfo should greet
hor hunbati'i with a kiss whon, ho ro*
turns In tlu ovon Ins, and not forco
him lo tnko tho inlntlvo.
Wo bollovc tho wlfo should have
absoluto charge of tho household af-
fnirfl.
Wo boliovo thnt slio should keep
hooka accounting fov ovory penny sho
hundloflf but uliould liavo for lior pr!-
valo mio any amounts nho In nblo to
nave from   hor   weekly   allowance,
Wo boliovo that husbands should
hn oneoiinigod to bring their bachelor
frlondb to tholr homo���to mako tho
homo a club.
The president of tho Honeymoon
Cluh. Mrs, Elwood ColJas, Ih tho
yoiWRPHt nn;l prettiest of tho JJormti-
da brides, Sho proHldes ovor tho
weekly meetings ot thc club.
Not to be Imposed Upon
Tho organist of n  country church,
having fallen III just before n festival at tho church, atiUoft a friend of
his���an   accomplished   mtmlclati���to
play In hlfl rtoad.    i|
Tb? f-Jeril or>nonnfoi1. nnd nn thn
fofttival day, choso tho Hallelujah
Chorus, playing full chorda whoro tho
rogular organist only played Blniilo
noton. Tin former, of courso required far moro wind.
Presently, In tho middle of the pieco
tho wind gave out, Tho organist
waited a tow moment��; thim finding U
did not co niu on again bo went round
tn tho blow.-i', uud fouud U!m hvA going homo. ,
(!o on blowing, eaid tho organic.
Mowing? said tho blower, Why,
you'vo finished I Uo you think l'vo
been blowing all thcao yearn and don't
know how many puffs tho Hallelujah
ci.ouia lak^i? Vou au't got over
mo.
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J TTvT  ���������'������������������ i  -Ai; '--'-a   ���������   ',  -THE JXEWS.: CUStBEKtAND. B. CL .  I  a li ii^iwi a a iiii'ii������ci| |  'ft  '  In  1  UTE JOHN  He Was a .White Boy  .    Brought Up by  .  o    Indians ;.*  By MILURD MALTBIB  I   *  | 'A man riding on horseback ovor that  region lying west ot the Missouri river  .'fulled-"the plains," (iwith'a curly head-  Id boy nbout threo years eld before  |itn, coming to on Indian village dis-  inounted and carrying tbo child to tlia  f hief said to him: ���������,' " "  | "I'd llko you to tnko this little feller  ind bring blm np na tn India u.   And  P������ suro he stays an Indian.   Here's  *)������nough'money to buy firewater with to  last you a long whllo.- Is it a bargain?'!  j Tho chief told the' visitor that ho  jR-ould take tho boy, but, would make  better use of the money than to spend It.  'for Ilrowater. Then the man rodo away,  'muttering to h'<uself:  "Reckon - that  Youngster's pretty well lost.   He's too  jouug to know who ho la, and If he ever  Joins the whites they can't Cud out who  he Is neither.  Lucky I caught sight of  this thing," taking a gold locket nnd  chain fron his pockot;,"it might havo,  ldentlQed blm."   Ho opened the locket  ���������ud found its contents a tiny lock of  e'uburn halrc1' Thro������ letters were cut  . Inside the locket-M.!  B. W.    "That,  would have been a doad give away,"  " he continued, "and If I hadn't cnught  i'Kllmpse of tho chain I'd nevor'bave  Seen tho locket"     j  'Tho chiof with whom he had made  the bargain turned tbo child over to his  squaw, who proceeded to take off the  . fluo.linen In which ho whs clothed with  ��������� view to putting thom away for future  use. while the boy wbb to run about  'naked.   Bhe was admiring an under-  garment edged with lace when her eye  caught eight of, some letters embroidered, upou-it', Bhe did hot know what  they meant, but hud a glimmering in  With John, and tie officer! ef Ms com*  mand, who considered the hey theigi  protege, made np a purso to glvo Mm a  couplo ot years' schooling, tho colonel  heading the subscription.  Beforo parting with Edith Troir,<  brldgo she and John had a boy and a  girl foyers' interview, which was especially palnfiil to both and would'probd-  bly havo been'painful to Edith's par-  ents had they known anything about it  John never told of lt himself, and as  for tho 'girl, being still ft child, she was.  not likely to confess a childish love.  When Uto, John; had had a couplo of  years' echooling-he proved an apt  scholar-he was old enough to think  ,for hlmRelf and a career ln the Una  of a white citizen vof the United, States.  Ho desired to go to college, but thia  was not to "be considered unless he  paid his own way. It was thon that  the tdda of trying to discover .his  Identity, which hud often occurred to | tator.   If wemove to the right wo.do  EYES OFJJTORTRAIT. -  Why Thsy loom to Follow Obmvoro  Moving To and Fro.  Tho fact that tho eyes of somo portraits, follow, the observer as ho moves  to different positions has always been  looked upon as a triumph of. realism..  Although tlio phenomenon bas been  exaggerated In. somo; instances, it is  not a mytb, If the eyes ot tho portrait  look at the observer lo a favorable po-  Eslt'lon they, will continue to do bo within a wldo angle- extending to any situation, whero a Tlew? Is possible., Con-  trarlly, if the eyes do not intentionally  look at tlio observer they will .not do  so even though he take his station at  a point whore the painted gazo is seemingly directed. . '���������  '-" ���������  Suppose that the portrait head is in  three-quarter face turned'40 our left,  with the eyes turned toward tho spec-  ��������� Houseless Town. ,'  Southern Tunis boasts oft bouse--  leas town having a.population of 6,000  people, They ar������ troglodytes, whoso  fathcrg before them lived in similar  caves. =       f    <���������        1  DiaUote.,  Of the 3,424 know.n dialects in tho  world over one-fourth aro Asiatic. '  him, took a Arm. hold, and spreading  his baby clothes, which <ho had carefully preserved, on a table boforo him  he proceeded to cxamlnti them and to  think. Ho was at onco struck with  the line texturo of their fabric hnd  with the fact that tho child who had  jvorn them must havo,.been born of  parents among tbo upper classes. And  he now realised for the first time the  letters (0. I* W.) embroidered on them  roust be the initials of his own namo.  Ho regretted that he had kept the  secret of tbeso clothes, for ho now  kuow that if ho had given themAto  thoso interested In him they might, by  thla,time have discovered his identity.;  He waa now sufficiently developed to  act Intelligently. Ho took tho clothes  ,lo an attorney, to whom ho told the  story given him'by his.squaw foster  mother of his introduction to the Uto  Indians; namely, that he had been  brought to the'chief by a white man  who had paid tho,former to keop him  and not let him get back to civilization.  Tho lawyer agreed to open-an investigation at his owo expense by advertising tho story lu a number of. newspapers.    ,  Since nothlug came of lho advertise-���������  inent, John entered college resolved to  pay his way by attalniug scholarships  and earning money by work.   He had  Washington's Hand..  Georgo Washington's ha-ftd was de-  scribed' as that of a giant On the last  occasion of General Lafayette's visit  to this country he remarked to Mr.  Oustls when referring to a formcrjlslt,  "You were holding to a Blngle flngcr-of  tho good general's remarkable "hand���������  tho greatest feat you could perform at  that time."  MONEY A NATION'S SYMBOL  ' Ing the hieroglyphics might bo of some1  value nt somo future time.   .   ;.-  :p > As the child grow older it was found  ������������������   that "Papoose" would not.suffice for  her stupid brain that the clothes bear-   finished his first year of study when  the lawyer who had taken his case sent  for him and told blm that ho "had  heard from the advertisement, which  ho bad kept inserting from time.to  time. . A man named Markland, bad  replied.to it,' saying.that be hnd long  been seeking a child who had been  stolen nbout the timo John was taken  to the������lndlans. Thts person had called  af tho- attorney's office and when he  saw-the baby, clothes marked 0.-L. AV.  atonee-exeialniedr��������� '���������'.-'  ���������   ...  "Found 1"     ,   '     .   t  not obtain (mother view ef tho head  that Is, we do not move Into ths profile  viow that would be the enso ln real  life. We boo the same three-quarter  head, but lessened in perspective. The  picturo itself ls on a flat canvas, and  becomes narrowed In perspective, as  does any flitt surface beheld at less tbau  a right angle. ��������� A square seen at less  than,a.right angle tends toward the  projection of an oblong. Under tbesr  conditions the face'of the portrait b*.  cdmes .elongated proportionally. It still  looks at tlio spectator becauso it pos*  scsscs all the drawing that was seen  in the front view, "narrow now, because  ..viewed from nn acuto angle. "  This fact,will bo more readily understood by the spectator, lf bo will' half  close his eyes until' unable .ttrapprccl- <  ate the surroundings of, tlio picture.,  and tho acute angle which tho painted  surface bears to him. Tho contraction  ,.of. tha.features will bo apparent at  once. -Thephotograph of.a portrait at  an acuto augle would show the per-,  epectivo narrowing,more plainly. ,,It is  this contracted portrait that Is seen  upon moving to the right or left of It  The principle would be the same if the  spectator take a station higher or lower than tho picture, except that the  head would then appear to be widened I  Instead of narrowed. Whatever the  position of the spectator, the eyes .will  look at blm (If they do so iu the. first  place) becauso thero is ho other place  for them to toofcl-Harper'a Weekly.  A Foo. to Books.  'Tho most ancient destroyer of books  known was the Babylonian klng.Nab-  oriassar, who In the third century B. C  destroyed all tho records of the reigns  and rulers precedent to himself.  Complexion Masks.  Ladles' of  quality  originally  wore  'masks either to protect their complex-  Its Appearance RaflocU tho Character  a   of Its Pooplo.    .  Tho, form taken.by money In'each  country Is a curiously accurate Indication of the character and tastes of the-  Inhabitants thereof, writes James Davenport Wholpley ln tho Century. Tho  stately English banknote of splendid  workmanship, and uncompromising severity, tho German note with its rude,  proportions and florid stylo of finish,  the. American certificate of most convenient   size,   perfect- -workmanship/  crlspness of design and with tho' glint  of tho metal It Btands for; lho slovenly  Italian paper, money, dirty, carelessly  cut and to be carefully inspected,boforo  it Is accepted as genuine, nnd then the  bends and shells of tbo savage.  " Thero ia no better Illustration of this  reflective character than tlio money of  France.  Carefully" adjusted" In size to  fit the wallet carried by every careful  Frenchman-^-aud  nil  Frenchmen  aro  careful of money-fluo of texture, artistic in design and light and dellcato in  coloring, it possesses a flneuess besido  which the monoy of other nations looks  cold and brutal.  In tho same way tho  I French show Oneness and subtlety ln  FOR  EVENING WEAR.  Ambsr"'Trimmings Again-  "In  Vogua  For   Millinery^  ions from tho burning sun or "out of   tUclr muHnor of nvlng( tbch. ]0VC3 und  modesty to prevent thom-from being j hate8( Ujdr crlulea> thclr pou^a/thei.  fighting, and' even ln their trade and  recognized whilo out of doors. Pop  paea, the wifo of Nero, was said to*  have been the inventor of the mask,  but tho common use of it In public wus  not "observed till. the end of tho sixteenth century.  A Man's Blood.. ,  Ihe blood of au average grown roan  weighs twenty pounds. ���������"'  i'  w  Horace Greeley's Funeral.'  The day Horaco Greeley was burled  at Greeuwood cemetery. Nov. 29, 1JB72,  stores-were closed and houses along  ,lho route were draped In black. Flags  on the shipping, In the harbor, were  nt half mast nud bells tolled from 1 to  B o'clock. Two. hundred and fifty carriages, containing tho president of the  United States,* senators and other  friends, were iu the procession. It was  one of the 'most notablo funerals ever.  held In Ncvf York city.  Tree Life.  . About one tree In.each tweuty planted lives to maturity.  manufacturing.' They  competitors in this.  hnvo  no   real  THEY DID NOT RETURN.  The Four Men That "Handled a Hears*  In South Africa. ���������  "Talking about omens.", said the ex-.  Canadian .soldier, "a queer thing happened In, the. Uoer. war."/    ".   ^y  _4iA-trooptOf-n!Qunted-rSfles-wore-re-_,  turning after aAhard* day's* scouting  to our "camp ncarv'M!ddleburg. in .the  cistern part of the:Transvaal.   Oh our  way back wo had',to.pass tho town  i cemetery, which .was on tho sido 'of a: 1  hill.   Near tbo gate ..of Uie, cemetery j  stood a shed in which was kept* tho;  r  :    i  ' CBHfbOHJCt'  tHB OQIXir TOIiD TIT! VISITOR TH1T KB  ,. WOOTjD TAKB TO It UOY, '  Ms namo and ouo was given him that  the Indiana hud heard oftcner among  white man than nny other-John.  {John grew mnohg the tribe to,ho fourteen years old und, being a uuinly boy,  iwns adopted by tho chief nud nominated for bis successor. Ho wns now  old enough to kuow .tho dlfforonco  between a whlto okln nnd n red skin  and thut tho chiof nnd his squnw woro  not hln father and mother. Then the  nqiinw ono dny showed him his bnby  clothes nud told.liim a whlto man bnd  brought lilm to tho tribe.  Tho boy was not surprised. Indeed.  for Homo tlnio tho instincts of his  rnco hnd beon liuvlug thin effect, nnd  lie felt thnt bo should hnvo n plnco  among tho whites,  It wns not long nftor this thnt tho  Sudlnus broke loomt from their remu'vu-  tlon uud In 11 fight with Uulled ptntos  troops woro dofentod and John wns  captured wltb the Indians, When nil  ,-woro released tho boy wlalioil to go  Hvlth thom. hut the olllcor In command  qiii'HtloiH'd htm nnd, looming the dr-  cunistnimos of his In trod net lon among  tho Indians, pormiadod him to remain  (with hU own race.  At thts time .lohn knew not n word  of any "tangling* oxeopt thnt of tho  Irllm to which he holonged-tho Utes-  nml wns ouoRtioned through nn Interpreter, no pnBNcsNod nil the reticence  of an Indlnn, having boon brought up  In that RRtiool. and very lllllo wus  pained from him. When bis squaw  foster mother learned that ho wns to  renin in with his own pnnplo bIip sent  lilm Ills baby clot lion. Tlioy mndo hut  a small pnrcol and wlum girun to  Cfolm attracted no attention, (lo put  them nwny without saying anything  ���������bout them,  1 Kdljb Trowbrldgo, lho dnuclitcr of  tone nt tno cflptflJi's nerving nt \he fort,  xtM n hlnck eyed lltllo girl nf twelve,  UotwltliMnnfllng tho fnet thnt Uto  Oohn hnd hpon brought up ns n non of  lli������ forest, his sk!n wnn fnlrnr thnn  Rfllth's, nnd, whllo her hnlr wn* llko  tho rnrrn. hi* wo* llko tlu������ robin Ths  two wars permitted to ho companion-  Bble for some two venrs. whsn one of  tho������o pprlndlc rhnnges whlrh are a  ^art of army routln* enms nbout  Tht  [ He told'the following story: .Cuthbert Whltrldge, a wealthy gentleman,  and his wlfo for years aftor their mar-  vlage bad no child.' Then-a son was  born   to   them   whom   they, named  Charles Louis. ' lira. Wliltiidgo died j <own honrBO( ,...,-  when" the boy' was not quite threo) ,.Tll0 doorg 0f this buildluig.wer*  years old and shortly after her denth |open,ng wo wero, riding past, and th'  tho boy. disappeared. Every effort wns Bomo manner tho blocks which were  made tontraco. him without, svalh ;,j_uany kept under tbo wheels' of tho  Since no demand for ransom wns made hears������ must bavo become dislodged,  It was supposed that tlie child bad ' for tho bearso slowly moved out of tbo  either fallen to his depth orbeen taken ehcd and rolled down tbo hill Into tho  by gypsies who had adopted him. His ' mlddlo of our party, who scattered in  father. Cuthbert Whitiidgo, had made ' Bu directions. ,.  a. wlll naming Edward AJarkland I "The officer In "charge of lho troop  executor, "leaving his" property to' his.' ordered four men to dismount and tako  son provided he appeared to clnlm It' the hoar������o back. Now comes tho queer  within twenty years. After tlmt -It part Soon after this wo went to Cnpo  was to go to the testator's brother. .Town and took,ship for homo. Every  This brother, Ambrose Whltrldge, after, man of that scouting party returned  Cuthbcrt's denth, hnd striven to broak allvo and well to Canada eicept tho  the will to Bccuro the property, main- four men,who handled thnt hoarse,  tnlnlng n . lognl content * for . fifteen : Not n man of that four returned.",  yonrs, but meeting repented defeats, j Tbo "former warrior paused -and  The suit hnd beon oxponplvo to defend,   benved n sigh.  Soap Scraps.  'Put your small pieces of sonp in a,  little" bag and toss it In the wash'boiler. When the washing Is completed  the undissolved pieces will'still be in  tho' bag for the next.washday. Instead  of on tho linen, whero they aro suie to  :mako;scorch-p!aces-whe:  CURIOUS EPITAPHS.  Quaint Inscriptions on Ancient Tombs  _��������� In England.  A 'ilesperato attempt at an epitaph  In the' nonconformist Cnrapo. Santo in  Bunhlll fields, where Hunyan, Defoe,  lho Cromwells and Mrs. Wisley lie  hurled, is found ou the tomb of Lady  Page, a person wbo seems to have suffered terribly from what, we call dropsy, but which might havo hud another  namo in thoso days:     ,    -.  Here lyes Dame Mary Pase.  " Relict of Sir Qresory Pago (Bart).  alls''departed tills life March 11, 173,  In the 50th year of her age.  ������ * ��������� *      '  ��������� ��������� ,���������������  In 67 months she was tapped CG times.  Had taken away UO gallons of water  Without cver,repinlnc at her case .  Or ever fearing ,the operation.  A more successful attempt Is tbat  found on tho tomb of Vavasor Powell,  who seems, ..to have suffered eleven  years' Imprisonment for preaching the  gospel. Ho was knoAvh as tho "White- |  field of Wales:"  of nnoszK G0i,r) plo'sh and mamnks.������  This delightful evening or afternoon:  calling toque or bronze gold plush Is  draped with black tulle over yellow  .  stain.        . -    '    ~  At oue sido ls nn ornament of amber  beads, and tlio chou of raullnes, at th*  back ls fastened with uu umber clasp.   ���������'������������������-./  " WINDOW  DRESSING.  ''    .  Effective Casement Curtains to Se Had  at Small Cost. . a  One of the neatest nnd prettiest ways '  of dressing tlio window-of'a room lu  which It Is not desirable to have flowing draperies, is to use the casement .  scheme of decorations.   Kor this' pur-  ��������� poso tliero comes ti specially sheer, nud ���������  lino cotton  material  cnllod..easement  cloth through which the llsht shliies.  although the Interior.of0 the room Is  shielded from outside eyes, but a Klin-/  Har charming effect may bo produced  j'by cotton voile, by. Chlnescor wash  i silk, none of which materials are cost-"  ; Iy.   The arrangement or the drapery -  Is simple.. It is shirred scantily at both  its ends upou line sliding rods of brass,  which fit into-groves.ut top and hot-  Y The Alhambra. ,  'y  .Tlio ancient home of Spain's Moorish,  kings.' tho Alhambra at Granada, built  in 1273. is falling to ruin. Eight of-its  magnificent towers wero destroyed* by.  ,tho French many generations ago.  In vain oppressors,do themselves perplex 4        .        . .      ������.���������.,.-,-1-  if-t,   i,0 n  ftlM  To find out arts how they the saints may j l������m ������r l"e insunent,  11 11 ue n  ruii  . vex. '.,-*.- I lougth  French ' window, nud  ngninsf  Death spoils their plots and-sets the op- 1 Uio sliding casements If the wlndow-hr-  ���������   * ��������� pressed free; *  .        .^       0f" {be  Amerlcau type-   .Another, ad-'-  :.Tlius__Za_3so^o_MalnMi_____JIhMii_^J_rnn  _aflSnifiirr_ieaM"d7and now ho's joynei ; ��������� ""B", *' , ",s  ftl,,u���������.?h" FW,' fZ'  amonc ??  i dressing is tho ease wllh which tho  The martyred souls, ���������with whom ho cries, I draperies may be lauudored, "for," bo-  . VHow",lonir. ,     ! Iug' straight, guiltless oV rtlflies and  ' Parrots In India.  Tarrbts nre taught In liidln to spend  a,large part of their time repenting tho  names of gods, aud such'a spokesman  brings a grout price, especially among  business men, who Imagine that? by  owning such a parrot,, their' spiritual  j treasures aro accumulating whilo tlioy,  ! .attend to their usualoccupatlons?   ���������  ���������Chambers' Journal.  Wool Waste.  All efforts to ,0nd a substitute for  wool wnsto in lho enpneity of packing  for'tbo Journal box of n railroad cur  have bucn unsuccessful.    ���������-    ���������     ���������     .  but the estate was vory valuable.  TJto John, or Charles Louis Whit-  ridge, finding himself heir to n fortune,  Jenrtied his sweetheart's address' nnd  wrote her of hln chnnged condition. Ho  nnd his counsel belloved that his uncle  had ntolcn, or employed somo ono to  steal, him when n child nnd tnko him  went nnd lose hlin ninong tho Indians.  Louis AVhltrldgo being desirous to pun-  Ish his uncle, If guilty, nfter consultation with hln counsel, employed n de-  tectlvo to endeavor to get'evidence  ngnlnst hltn.  This was also nccossnry  sinco tho uuelo would not acknowledge  ,blui ns heir to his property.   Tho detective bribed n housomald to admit  him to tho premises whon hnr mnstcr  wns nwny, nnd ho found In n doRk n  letter contnlnlng a locket, ths letter  stating, "Tho Job Is dono-sond roe tho :  bnlnnco."  No nnmo wns signed to the [  loiter.   The locket contained a lock of   jorlt rptibiiri*.  auburn hnlr, nnd Iho letters M- B. W.  wero engraved within It.  Louis' mother's hnlr-was tho oxnet color of this  lock nnd her unroo was Mary Kllzahoth,  In tills discovery thero wns ovliloncs  to show Hint Ambrono Whltrldge hnd  been Instruments! In the abduction of  tho child who stood botvrocti him nnd  n fortune and hnd bCred a man to Iobo  him to tho world,   Louis, ncllng on the  ndvlco of his lawyor, Invited his nneli  to meet him for n eonferenco In the  "Good men, truo comrades,, tbey  were," snid ho. "The reason thoy did  not comeback was becnuso two of,  them got cood Jobs In Capo Town; the  other two mnrrlrd Ilocr widows nnd  nettled down on farms," ho suld.-New  York Sun,  One Thing Ho Remembered,  ne wns standing near ono of tht  Jitnmp windows In tbo general post*  ofllco. Ulfl fnco wii3 flushed and his  features distorted, whllo ho tugged  with his teeth at a knot in his handkerchief, Whon thb knot gnvo way a  friend wlio bad been watching tho unusual performance Btcpped up and asked, "Whnt was tho- knot for-to ro-  member Borootlilng?" "Ves, to havo  ������ny wlfo'i nrohrolla mended." * "Did  yon have It done?" "No: forgot tho  blamed thing In tho subway. Uut 1  remcnibrrod tho knot all rlfiht"-New  Patagenio Panthers.  The panther on tho.plains of Patagonia gels as miar a herd of guhnncos  as it cnu, then lies down behind a bush  on Its back,' it puts one paw np In tho  air, then nnother, then lho third'nnd"  fourth and nftor a bit nil four nt onco.  That seems curious to tho giianixcos,  nnd they come close to investigate. , Cp  jumps the panther and. lights on tlio  nearest ono's back nnd breaks ils neck.  Extremo Penalty In Italy.  Capital punishment was abolished In  Italy in 1883.  ���������* 'ii'U'wm^B  When Solid Iron Floats,  Experiments, show thnt If n ball of  mild Iron Is lowered Into 11 mass of  ��������� liquid Iron by means of s metnl fork  tho hall nt Urst sinks to tho bottom  with tho fork.   Uut in n few acconds  ' It leaven tlio prongs nnd rlsos to tho  surface, whero It continues to float un������  tit it inoltH, Tho rising Is explained by  the cxpniiRlon of the ball, duo j;o bent>  Ing. vrhoroby It becomes, bulk for bulk,  Iron and Rust.  Experiments nuido ln Uormnny respecting tho protection of Iron from  rust by paint provo Hint one coat of  paint is moro elllcuclous than two or  threo, ns n slnglo e'ont is moro clastic  and less linhio lo scnlo off or crack,  and thus affords moro protection from  atmospheric Influences.  A School For Bachelor*.  In London thero is a school ln which  bachelors nro tnught to make beds,  cook, sow nnd look nftcr their home  needs generally.  Tho Sinner.  Of the late Bishop Charles 0. Graf-"  ton a Fond du Lac man said the othci j  day: . '     ���������       I  '.'Bishop Grafton was reciarkatflo fot ;  the neatness and point of bis pulpit ut- j  terauces.        *       " ��������� i  "Once, during a disastrous strike, a  capitalist of Fond du Lac aroso in a  church meeting and .askod leave to '  speak. The bishop gavo him tho  floor, and the man delivered himself'  of a long panegyric upon captains of,  iudustry, upon ,tho good they do .by  giving ' men work, by booming tho  country, by reducing the cost of production, nud so forth. _  '.'Whon the capitalist had finished his  self praises,and, flushed aud'satisfied,  had sat down agniu Bishop' Grafton  rose nud snid with quiet'slgnlflcnnco:  "���������Is thero auy other sinner would  like to sny a word?'"-New York  Tribune.     .  '  ���������The Oldest Order.  What is -the oldest order in er-  Islonco? Tho claim Is made for that of  Uio holy Kcpuleher. It appears that  110 dale or the nnmo of a founder can  ho unsigned to the Order of '.the Holy  ScpuIdier, though tlioro is n legendary  tradition llmt traces Its origin to tho  llmo of Chnrlemngne. In the mlddlo of  I the last century, however, when tho  1 Latin patriarchate of Jerusalem was  re-established, the oflice of grand inns-  tor of tlio order was transferred to It  by Tope rius IX, who many years  lator, lu 1809, created by statuto throe  ranks of tlio order-lho grand cross,  commander and knight. The coslumo  is a whllo'clonk wllh the cross of  Jerusalem In red oiuimel, Tho pope  hlniKClf Is grand mauler of tho order.-  WcBlmlustor Gazotto,  always, unstarched,  the  merest  tyro'  may wash, Irou and readjust the'm., ���������  Hint For Home Sewers. ������������������,  .Tbo   home  dressmaker  who  would"  like to take nd vantage of the present'  fashion  for. contrasts .In' dress materials will do1 well to, study tho-smart -  gown  pictured  In  today's cut    The  skirt Is machine plaited at.tlio bottora  and ls of a different fabric from that  attorney's oim-o for the puipoito of a t loss denso tlitti tho molten metal,  Jiomiiroiiilsti TThtfl 'A������>>������������* Whit  ' rldgo arrived he learned that lhe com.  promlso Intended was his signing off  nil claim to the disputed properly or  being prosecuted criminally for abduc-  {!_������.   IU c!;cj-3 ti? fcr.-rrr.  Hoforo returning to col'ege Louis  Whltrldge visited tho military station  Her Rcsieiu,   .  80 you want to interest yourself lo  politics?"  "Well," replied the energetic woman,  111        I.f..   ������       ������������       *%, I.* rtH-l>,        *%***       l#       J  could 'tend to tbo politics for tho family John would tlnd timo to stay home  Tho Golden Crested Wrsn.  Tho golden cfcBted wren ts tho smallest not only of British but of nil En-  ropcau hlrda. Its nvcrngo weight ta  only about eight grains troy. Tho  length of (ho feathers is about threo  ,'ti.il b bait Lu,7ut.ii UYii Ibi) tAiuLa v.  .lift whir*- shout Qve InchM. hnt when  the feathers aro taken off tho length of  tho body docs not exceed ono Inch.  whero Cnptnln-now Ltcutennnt Colo- 1 tlnd put up some eholvcs In tho pan*  nol-Trowhi'ldgo served and mot hli : try."-Wnihlngton Star.  sweetheart, whom ho hnd not scon for  several years. RInco the Rlrl hnd ro-  wnlned constant to hor ''Ute John " ths  meptlng wns ft happy one. Rho consented to John's applying to her father  for h*r,!������nd his consent was granted on  Tho 8o!l!y dies.  Oni������ five of the Fein? i?1������*o nr.  habited.  Tn-  Maroml Brent,  Tho.Orst woman to olnlm Uio right  to veto In ft legislative body tn America was Margaret Bront, In 10-17. in  Maryland. Bho wns a relative of  Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore, nnd tho  Reason Was Plain,  "My husband haH deserted mo, and I  *nnt a wnrrnut," umiuunccd tho large  lndy.  "What reason did ho hnve for deserting you'/" nsked the prosecutor.  "I don't wnnt any lip from you; I  wnnt a wnrrnnt. 1 don't know what  ronnou ho had."  "I think 1 understand his reason,"  ���������old tho ofiicial feebly us ho proceeded  lo draw up a warrant, rillchiirgh  T'opt.  <��������� A Woman's Wsy.  Klla-Beforo going to sleep I hnve  tlio habit of thinking ovpr evcry tm-  Tilensnnt nnd spiteful tliln*r thnt neopln  hnvo Raid (0 mo durlug the day, Iiella  -Thnt la oil excplleut thing for yon to  do, bul how cnn you get along with  so little alccp?~-Dcr Quclinsten,  gram������nd *���������Trinilfnl to ��������� ititlra condition thnt th. pair wait till Bdltb prtum b. wery old. .0 coon., hey m  b?S'SdZw-l Tbl colonol titid ramoof.R.������ndLouUb������db.CD������r.dti. to r,.p.nr������ *������ er,r, now ������n sgniiv  iDMBwhllo bson fonslderlng what to do ttcd from college. uiue ai woll pupsr.-London I'unck  Pstt Msitin,  Farmer*! Ron iwntching copyist In  Itntleryi-Wotever be sho doing, fey*   -.  thcrv   Farmer-She be copying, like, t representallvo of Uonnrd Calvert, tho  Vo' seo. some o' these "oro old master ', fi������rornor, who told her to "lake all nnd  i trAR granted the right of acting ��������������� the  j tori proprietor'! ittorney.  Unoratiful Quest,  rtrown-So yon Kpont Sunday  nltU  (ho Puhiihs, rh? llow far Is tholr hou-so  from lhe btatlunV Towut���������About two  miles ns tho dust fllesl-Judge.  The most manifest ������'cn of wisdom Is  l continual chcerfulucMS.-Montalgne.  Frtocis with riunri) niunr.  nued for bodice and upper skirt. In  this Instance lhe philled portion Is of  charnioiiKo and tho dinpury and waUl  of doth. ...  I'artlcnliirly good looking li tho mortified Kohi-Hplerro collar, which mny  ho chunged at wlll of tlio woman who  wears tlio coslumo,  Her Ides of Buiinsts.  "Fnnny," mid the ht'iid librarian to  1 small rrlrJ who nciod nn nneo nn her  ilnflf, "lf you arc renlly going to rcwlgn  you must write mo u hiiwIucHsilito  rcfilgiinllnn thnt I cau hcikI Iii to lho  IniKtccV' Ho Fanny, tho p:igc, sat  flown and wrote this IiusIupkhIIIiii realg*  niitlou, whli'h Iioh hIju'O been llled with  .no iHitury Uii.t\.r(-A-.  J'UIU.IU I,IURAR7, ..  Hiiiiil Uhrnrlani  IJ*nr MU_-Thls notlfleollnn l������ to notify  nil tru&tcun nml Uimo It mny concotn. *n-  chiding you, thnt I'm goinK to i"i"������t������n lm-  caiuie of felting a butter Job Voum wltb  lovt, li'ANNV.  Campaign Bono Writer.  MIhs lCII/.iilietli Gordon llnm Is the  ofiicial campaign song writer of 'the  organization In nid of the WIIkoii cam-  pnign of which Mrr. Borden tlnrrlmaa  b tbe president yM-77"  &.-f*y:  i'A'W-y  i  !ifj  ��������� f  !���������'  ���������* 11 r  ft!  y ���������'  31 f  ?Ia  'p.  ��������� ���������  r.fii  I?  l!  (IV  Iff  jf  J"v".  {V  I  Ai  I.*.  lit  '������!  THE HEWS, CUMBERIjAMD, BRITISH COL^MBtA,  an\.Vsm*M*ir������v-nmi-. ���������** ���������^*- ��������� -��������� ������������������j, - ��������� ~nTirrsii iwisiw m i ii  ^1   j% aB'ISBBBBPifl  8 3J-R    fe$ &$������ ra������ 8     ra  H"     ro������������������i.  ,   Groy l'latik"is'from...... .  ,   \\rhite IJJi.uikut-3 ,   4,00 a puir  C"in!or!<.'.fs fmii*  St.75.each and up  (,v������ rt    r-t v1  , $.���������:, io a pair.  A fi'-r-v Stock of" Extension Tables, Parlor Tables anil"Chairs of  (J-^^,. a;| {ijijfis, just received -^YTTY^-yy -  We always carry a full-stock of Beds anil Bedding,  Springs and Mattresses     ,    ���������  iMUvcctt't. Stows and )\-iii<re$ aro the host."  OA 1,1,���������A'ND -1NSPK0T���������TUKM.  Mcl������b������ i������opk, A. MoKINNON'    Cumbcrlm...  II k.-vu Oi'TicK 318, Fiswnard St.  *4>*������JrV<* v*-������������* ��������������� ^.li������  ��������� Receipts m\i\ Expendit-  ; ,. ures for City of Cumberland,   '"  fOr; THi: YEAR 1912,  .8 '83.85  .   .603145  .������222 50  * sno.oo  .    G4.20  ������122(5.60  .   ' .3.80  ,    S8.ri_  ....$516.25  ...   44.10  8 560.35  .38.00  A.|-.-(itA-"'r'4,...   ^(���������niL'.iti kkI i.va'ki,.,.  ' ]>. i.,.-  ���������JS. 0\ P..t> ery   U'-IJA   JAu*}'!':, io������������l'.-r, ow...  L) H T ���������'-j*)    I1' o.)i,ioii'">o.*oiint.,......  l"   lfir-' pro'.t.cti m���������-  ' ,.mi',v li se   il-',i ciuuiij ele   I'UCi. HCCr'Uilt   IJ iil'h ncvcouti,t ���������  V, a���������cii' Offijor   "'1'u.i'jja-iop, c-tc...,..    '   "   % 177.85  '  HAA n o mO, repass, tte      407,05  in en* t iiccoiint;    3K5.8Q  , f:������'it'i nii'isiutal ;      46.20  , I,snn p i 1 Royal Bunk 2000.00  Iii il t, I'v'hc, hulls and xep^irs..-    494 40  ���������   Oil. <* , "   ?*-'0  ���������   l'   j. ���������.? ata��������� ion reyhiFfTTTT. , ?     20:00  Lou-d nfi't, refund O. p.ivis, etc. .   19.f>0  I' -lice filial*! ,..,.     135.00  LAu A ro ul tax  ,. v...,,   . 54,00  11 fi ml i.enl cstato lira Pirioni..   [ 16,00  S.ll.lllCM���������  ..$126.00  ..   52.85,  ������������������ r ve 1 i g .xpo::s.-a.  V. l>  lUirwou   A. l'cl-'iid..,   .*^ or ,��������� ..n.i li-iiud....  W.S. IJ. Hid dull .  ,t; ...'Tv i'i-ms ,  ,.8 50.00  ,. 18S 50  .. 85.00  ., 150.C0  ,. 80.00  .,  JB0.20  ���������S 731 70  ���������S i*(>o*. ocdount      ,67.00  t-i I'llf. accoui.L���������'  A li.Cfjsv-ford  ������315.50  ,������,uuliy I'ocouuls    25.65  ���������  H S71 15  '."hlo.vjil'vs     121 70  JSctU insybotion        3 f>0  iSj;- vQiifj- r lu-.oiinnl      f31 88  ,*-O*0". l'l>l)i.Ol)lillK BMD'I fl'T--  ,1 H. AlrJ'il'K   ,9 S5.70  W. MnUimo'..,.'     47.10   '   '  Th- -n. Kdwiini-a     18-lQ   '  )) KljvvU-'cA     38 IR  * i'AU.'ftb  -T ol noaoiinfc      J7,60  H iliriori���������  ,!���������.". II.Cray,..;      BBO.00  Jnn. riioriM"')- ��������� ������������������������������'  000,00  y. M.iuaoo ,,,,,,, ".... i'00.00  A MtiKJiWDH 11 ���������  ��������� 4-0.00  ) lUOiAbrsniB...,...,..,,,..., UO0.0O  Tlw*.'Conn  1H0.0O  Totul pxuumlil-uro Jl 1,033.9-1  ABSKM  Dnp for Hiwpr uor iiaciicnti and mu.to.i-  ^h f'lt oirnn ���������  Jua������iiir.McPho������ 8    2"i.70  \v; MnlliBMin 57.10  Tliiimiw Klwirds Ifi.-10  l>. Kilpii'.riok IW.-8B  ttn 1 ������i tali i-uoi duo ti Do-  cvmljui 8lHl 1������13 I,5l!2.:i5  t.'i y Lu lilir.i;* iPtl lotii,  ('Niiniiito.l) W.OOO.Of)  I'ii-.i hull md iii������inMtUH[o������i] I *2 >0.00  ;;,'!.(. i] 25H.0O  (Iii!���������..���������������, H/iKOi.t'fl't, luiriiOfH      !}'0,09  | vluioii lui*i>\tA 000.00  h.j\\'i;i ii'|.oi 100,00  *-'i!iv. uyrr 70,00  i ^viwvirTwr  1Zj������**ZX}Z*qtima������wal*l**>*a*'i**.'*'*+%ro*t*jara!*.ti**.+i  NKTdMMNtOWKWMSWI W  THOMAV CROSSING  Sidney, ,!J, C I'horip F 3$  Cv.mherlni.ul, B.C.  Phone jj  5. NAKANO-& ~~.  RBAJU JSSTATB AGENTS  VICTORIA, I!.' O.  HtNW>MaHMWMO  hHK*^Ml' ������-*.*W������  ��������� ������������������UWIIIWI IWIIWIIII ��������� ll IHI BU   IIIMIWI  THE  CAPITAL. $15,000,000 '       REST, $12,500,000'  '    ������������������ "MONEY ;ORDERS.  ���������_ A"-  Issued by The" Canadian Bank of Commerco/n'ro a safc, convetiieot and   ".  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. ! These Orders,  payahle without charge at any bank in Canada (except ih the. Yukon-  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at   ���������  the following- rates:  $5 antl under   Over    5 nnd not exceeding $10..  ������     10    ." " " .     .    30.  tt  it  <t       3 cents  . ..   .  .;...10     "  50........... IS  ii  an  MAROCGHl BROS   >l  ffifMrMMbswoMMew wnviinw^iiut  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Hull uecou-.it.,   PoliCO lU'.C'OHUt   Wutcliman aivcumit.  Scavenger account. .  Isolation liospital"..'.  (3ity road tux   Co in wit sidewalks.'..  Total reccipis fur  , ���������   year 1912,; ������11,812 83  Bid cash on lumd    y ..    .  Jan, 1, 1012..,.^  ���������    057 44  Agenls fov Pilsener Hrewiii'g Company's IJRliR  ..    Wholesale .Dealers in all Kiiids'of  ' ~ Wines and Liquors.   '   v* .   ���������  ��������� SECOND   STREET  Total cash for 1012. .$12,470 27  Demand loans  Koyal P.ank .'.    2,000.00  City expenditure, ..... J 1,633 (U-  Cost of public and  high school  '.,    8,1*15,,45  Total ejcpemlitniee..".$14,749 30  Totarcasli recoipls       ".   '^  and loans:, ,.-.  34,470 27  Showing ft deficit of,. $     279 12  I lieroby certify that I have ex  ainitied the books of  the City  of  Cumberland  and" find thorn';cor  rjH-t and as sot forth abovo.  ,P. ACTON',  Auditor i'or.the year 1.912  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE  AT THIS OFFICE ^f  ������������)������Mmc������<i  ������i . U    I' p il  tt   ������  la   ������-.y   gg.  ���������^y       K^'S   \m   -XJf  lieal Estate;-and Insurance  Licensed Auctioneers mi Valu? rs.  We have  a large number  of -enquiries I'or 'acreage in     '  ���������Comox Valley ;    ii" you havo anything  to  sell,' L.ST  .      WITH'US,'      A    . -"' "      ' ^       -   o  -        ,     ^  .. "We'are- AUCTIONEERS - ���������'/\:  ���������  - n c  SEE US -if you want a sale and' \yp will ai'nnge.one at  the' shortest  p 'ssible notice ami get the UEST "PLUC Erf..    "  -COUBTENAY... ,". ., ��������� B. C.    \  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  Should bo mado by meana of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN DRAFTS aa'd ^SONEY  ORDERS,   bsned without1 delay at feasonablo nstea.  CUMBERLAID3 ^ftANCU ��������� * W. T, WITU'S,  ^Ttt^Vttffaim*K^'t*saatitiJiaa.'l ������j-L*maBMafnB332MgM5BB������i!������H������BU^^     Q  l" 1  llillHIII!llil!;tllll.l!'lil!!ta  ������ ���������* ..'������������������'..'        S  IlM0  ���������GOVERNAIENT- S'J\  o  VICTORIA, 13. C.  F2  Drv Goods Retail Dealers  : ' 'in Grade Silk,"'' Cbttq/n '���������;���������*���������  Chaining and Repairs.#^''50  Repairs .". Y������Y,  3im% dang' ifitti.  Maiinl'jicturers   of Ladies'"  and  Children's' Underwear.  -   Suits   Made  to Order.".  CIIMP>KRLAN!>,       13,,'C.  /VMUN-*������������);< ������W'l*������'1l'ilwr������������>������WHWp|MWWPWWWW������������  ���������ENCY 'SM  Show of  Fall Hats, Auto  Bonnets,  Children's^ Hsts etc:-  FOR SALE-60 sucking pigs.              NOW ON  #3 00 each, money to accompany         fAj,P*onatJ , R   f  ordeiv   Apply   Robert     Sollati, ������]   tUUllCJiay, U. l>.  Harnby Island.  ���������    Complete Stock of''YeOideFinne" . ,  'Heintzman & C o^Piasios  Dominion Pianos, ThomasD'rgans  ' Victor Victrolas, Gramophones**and Records  WRITE'J-"bR .CATA-LOC A^D'.rPRieE .LISTS. -  ���������    Couveuient Terms -of Payment Arranged?' *   ,(a,    . ' - .A, ��������� ''-    . - -        . A -       K  . 809 GOVBffllMBilT STREET,.- Opposite. P. 0.   ViCTORiA, B; C  ���������&  &  ���������fc*  i  p.*  1  I.���������..  wWiAiimj iuiim,*nju*t.iiLiMjmmn*  .asanei lixsaj^stoxaaa^i  The cHew Scale Williams I  ���������nniwiM������_j_>wwn Mir XKW  III  it! '  Tfifnl  HfOOts  er.201.wj  I'I.  I.IAIJlUTJIM  if  (i.'iii'i  nd Lnmin, Uayil Itonlf  j-nooo no  pi-JJ.  it I'.U'J  '   S7U.12  ti\\,y,n \������  a, * *  FINANCIAL STATKMHNT  i>f Ui'wiiptH atiil Kxjionilitiii'e.s for  the year, ending Dt'eoinher  Trades lien 1 mi $    8:100 00  ftcM ettuto       R7'I7 l'.i  limin :i������i*o.n������tr  .{0 ()0  H/'ltlt*   IICI'.Milllt        .,..., Hi    mio  p.ir'tax  fl!������ 00  IVuiS'l !<et'oitnt.. f i,.  :!ii:i.,ii!iii:i!:iiiti:i:!i.'iiiiiiii;ii[!Ki[|[i!ii!iiM:::iii:iiH!0i:i!kn^  ^iniiiiiiiiiTOTiia  I  Capital Puid Up.?11,500,000','r -*'���������'���������'* ��������� " '";KGeQTVQ''$12:6o6;OOC) ;.S ".  j   The Royal Bank;of.Canada.  I DRAFTS   [:   '-".il*)   IN   ANY   CUUHENCY,. PAYABLE   ALL  I'   .'   /���������' 0V'El\vTHE    WOKLi). " ' -'.   -      ���������'  1 SPECIAL:ATTKNTION paid to SAVINGS .ACCOUNTS A-intpre^t  I   at higliont  Oiir'rciit Raifp alimvc-dnii iJt-pi^its of $1 and upwards.  1 OUMBERLAirB, B, C., Bumcb, Open IJnily,  I UNIONAVKAB.S*, B. C��������� ' Sub-Bmch, Opon Thursdays  j D. M; AylORlRl.SQN> Manager.  I "    COUIiTENAY,   B.O,    Branch,   Open Daily.  I -   WM." HOPP, MnnajjGJ'.  %/i:iiiiiiii!ii!(uiiiiii:iii!ii;!!ii:!iii:!ii!i;ii!iiii!iiii!iii;i:i!iiii!i>iii!:ii:ii^   MriiwinffriiTri inn������i*itirnTn-i -r-rn mr��������� ntrrii Hfi->m-i in-nrrrri irrr���������-mnrumgr iit^Trmim mm <wiii_mu iui juj,l._jx .  ,1  I - P. Philopps Harrison I  *?        ,-t '  " ���������' ���������..,������������������  I 'J BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  Used Exclusively in Canada  By   Thc   METROPOLITAN   OPERA  COMPANY  (of New York.)  If you want a good reliable Piano, it will pay you to give us a call,  We ttro Sole Amenta (ortho abovo nntl othwi- Reliable Makes*. We  al������o carry the Victor Qwimophono find Vlctrolu**.  WE GUARANTEES SATISFACTION.  Dunsmore's "Music House" Church St., Nanaimo   B. C.  MmmmmmmmmmVswmLic^^ wotjaBOKM. TtTKiExmssmiw  NEW GOODS  Our Fall Goods nre arriving by every boat.     Wc have just  opened up a nice range of Ladies'  Blouses in  French Flan- m|[  nel with soft collar aud double cuffs in all colors.   These arc  the newest  thing in the Blouse line at $3:50 and $4.00  WOOL BLANKETS  Made from carefully selected Canadian wool,   You should see  our line before purchasing your winter blankets, as we consider we have the best line on the market for the money,  Grey and white at $4.50 io $7,50 per pair.  The "Ideal"  DAUOS W.OCK McKne,    Acton.   Hnvwnii.��������� DUNSMUIU AVKNUK  bt"hiiiiii-~i r ri���������T "i n ir it-' ' rtT-riiii'f tnnnnirni nnyiin-|iw ihmju j  =v; BOfio^fi:  llllll!li:illllllUIII!lllllllll  HI  Manufaoturer of MINERAL WATER  ,i***.*m*  CUMBERLAND  ������*4***rf^.wmr*v*.iW4*j!W������*^i*w������.������  P. O, ROX .183  PHONE so....  it iwiwtfMU'.giwT, M-wPaWM wm wn wn^rr������** <*xmm*ur*****vnmm  ====^iiiiiiiiiiiiiffli������iiiii:i;ii:ii=======i!!!i:i:ii:i!iiHiw^  1 If YOU GET IT AT        PLIMLEY'S  IT'S ALL RIGHT  "KING OF  THR IRO AD"  is the MASSEY  STIVER  RIBBON  CYCLE  1      ' ������*     1 .������.-������������������������......���������........ 11 n,_,���������ii,_i, j  TVi        PAWAT4TATtI    rJ'tli ,,^,W(l,*y  ,tJI,vcr K-**,,M>*-"  TnC    CANADIAN h it Canmiian linillt niiit'liiiio nl'  il]i)Nfiriit ���������jtrwlv,     l'ir������t( dm hunt  of   ti'Htt'il innlfrinls   nro   flio.������cn  ;iinl   put toin-llu'i*  in n wny (Imt  'I  Iins   ^ivon cniji-o .wtfpfuctjon   lo  I  i-vi-j-yoiii) wlioinec (i\\ii������ ono.'Km u  njipciirniifii   ntwl    llni.li    nf    tln>  "Hiln-r  Rj1)))oiim U nil that   (lie  |jj-'<1u of    u   i������)cling   ciilJi������Hij|K(  ....1.1.1     m-'A,   t,���������.      ������������������,l      1*1'.,.!..,.!.  '     '     ' '    , .1   ���������  \iYWoi',   thu lowoi-t   jiosf-ihlo,   nt  winch a I'jiinlity wh-.-ol njiihl ]>oti  ������il������ly hu  piirHin-'M  Module nt l\o and S0G  Writo   fuc Jliiihfrnt<<.! hV>t  t!Hr.C.Vvs^^^WP.ai.^W/^i-W,TB'������'M  " ������������������-��������� ������������������������.������. p.p.������.������        ___. z  THOS. PUHLEV  -  r-i  \*������m  739 VATK8 STRBRT VJCTT     rj

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